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ullt He Pell in Love with His Ut Wife WifeHe VIfeHe VUeHp
He Fell In Love with HIi In Wife a aThty nToIIY aTY
Thty by Bdlth dItK Ith Elite based on the naval navalif novelor
if 4 the saw 4M lft name ame 11 by the Rev Ro B P PHoe PHot PRoe
Hoe a novel which whIe had a large vogue vogueMime vogueufle
Mime ufle year ago ge wa wu presented at the theColumbia thelllmbia theIlumbift
Columbia lllmbia Theater TItOt Thotr r last night before an anaudience anH anH
audience H HUfnee of burg Ire staa to which th the home homeiv
iv 1 wholesome whoL one simple love story seemed seemedt
t appeal a with considerable force Mise MiseKills Mias111I8 MtIsIth
Kills Ith known best for her beautiful little littleomedy littlot littleoniedy
t omedy alary Janes Pa has In the themaking thomaJclng themaking
making of this play been handicapped handicappadiV handlcapp d djy
iV y that problem that confronts all the themakers theTIAJeers thekers
makers kers of f dramatized novels novo1stlte tha prob probunt probIru
unt of trying to condense Into the action actionf aoUonthree
< > f three acts ct on the stage the events eventse
the 1 he e characters the environment the mo motives moHve metvee ¬
tives tvee that the novelist novoU t was waS ablo to spread spr spreadtnt ad adtnt
tnt through throu h many pages pagesTt pagesTt page2Tt
Tt l ii for that reason that Miss Ellis EllisnTV mmslAW llIs llIsTAW
lAW play hi 1 not so spontaneous so light lightsome IIghtfme lightme ¬
some fme me so natural as her previous work workHe workHI vorkt
He t Fell in Love with His Hr Wife is Islay a aI arlay
I rlay > lay that croaks crooks at the joints joints It takes takesa tAkeslong tLtReh
a Ion long while to get started and because bocausoit
it is not so much a drama as it Is a nar nara naraUon
lation a on of events oyentstalk talk taking the place of otactionIt ofactionit
action actionIt it is fur too conversational to tomeasuro ton1easuro torneaura
measuro up to modern standards There Thereis Thfrthi
is in short a a strange sense of the old oldfashioned oldfashioned oldfashioned
fashioned about the play playIt It is as old oldfashioned oldfashioned oldfashioned
fashioned in its way as the family Bible Biblethat Biblethat Biblethat
that used to rest on the center table in intho inthe Inthe
the parlor inscribed with the family familybirths tamllylJlrths familybirths
births and deaths and marriagee It was wasa wnsa wasa
a great book b and it has stood for much muchin muohin muchin
in the lives of a grant many of us but butthe butthe butthe
the spirit of modernity has been at work workand workand workand
and now we nitre the new version and andhi andIt andnithough
It nithough hi though th the words are about the same samethe am amthe samethe
the old texts dont look as they used to tosomehow to8J tosrnehow
somehow somehowIn 8J 11 eh ow owIn
In its main thread of story Miss IIM El Ellis EI11s l ls ¬
lis s has followed quite faithfully Mr Roes Roesiiovel Roe Roesitovel
iiovel 110 > 1 All tho scenes are about the thefarmstead thetarmstMLd thetarmstesd
farmstead of James Holcroft the wld wldnwer W1dOwr widnwer
nwer a manly enough man but one who whoHke whoHke whoIke
Hke Ike no many fanners of the olden days daysa da
a 3 fallen into a rut since the death of ofMS ofhj ofWife
MS hj wife left him quite alone To such suehr suchiia
1 man iia it was a necessity noooutt that there thereplould therell thereuld
ll plould uld be a woman about the house housef houe houefor
f for f4 r manly as ho is Is ha is one of those thosesimple thoseslmrl thosesmpi0
simple slmrl natures that need n d feminine minis ministrations min mintriltlons ministrttIon ¬
trations and to whom a wife 1C means a agood afld agrl
good fld deal of a second mother James Jameshas JftmMhas Jamesii
has ii tried all sorts of expedients and all allj alllavA 11 11LaVA
j LaVA av failed His lIt household has gone to torark toraek toTak
rark and ruin discomfort dl comfort at homo has hasiMad hasad
iMad 1 ad for fo carelessness on the farm so sothat sothat sothat
that It does not pay any more The Theook Theook Theiok
ook ho has h is a a drunkard the woman womanV womau11t womanII
V II lips brought bro ht in and hired as a house houlel houseieper housekppper
kppper l r is i an eccentric widow with a ataptft atatA ataPtA
taptft for poetry and a chronic laziness lazinessAll JulneuAll lazinessAll
All this thi you learn in the first half of ofthe orthf otth
the th first act and its telling though it itin ItJK its
in s necessary to the thread thre d of the story storymakes storymakes storynkes
makes the plays beginning slow and a abit abit abit
bit tedious When in desperation Jim JimHojeroft JimHolCrort JimJThlrroft
Hojeroft has rid his house of the in incompetent Inrompotnt inrnmpotent ¬
competent women and is thinking or orgl ofgvtiig
giving gl ug It all up there drives by his hisfriend hisfrJtnd hisfrIend
friend Tom Watterly master of the theriMinty themty theUnty
riMinty mty poorhouse who is 1 taking there thereEvangeline thereEangellne thereEange1hs
Evangeline Hawkins who is homeless homelessnd homel homel1n homelessinh
1n inh < nd ill ill Watterly atferly tells Holcroft the girls girlsry sirlsfIY girlsI
fIY < > ry I V How she has been deceived by a ai aIin ain
i Iin m named Ferguson who was about to tomarry to1arry toarry
marry arry her when Fergusons wife turned turnedp
p Evangeline will not prosecute him himIt
1 it lets him go away with his wife wtre and andis andis andis
is left Homeless a and alone Her Herstory lIert Hertwy
story t twy 01 Y moves mo Htllcroft he has her brought broughtinto broughtInto broughtInto
into the house is taken with her and andthrn andt andthfl
thrn t hn and there proposes JropOIIM8lmply simply as s a abusiness ah ab1ness
business h lne measure a measure for thoomfort tho thonrnfort thenmfort
< nrnfort and happiness of them both bothto bothtoHarry bothtoarry to tomarry
marry arry her h r The strange compact is isMade Is1nadf Isinad
Made inad the twain are married marriedthey they be beHie 1Je 1Jeme beI
I Hie partners partnersThe partnersflit partnersThe
The second act shows the farm two twomonths twolnlnths twommths
months afterward Already Evangeline EvangelineLas J vange1ln6Ja
Las Ja a < transformed the place and trans transformed tr trormed treesornted ¬
formed Holcroft Beauty has taken the thejlara theJda
jlara Jda a of u ugliness u UnN8 happiness happtn Sil of misery miserywork mbieryork miseryrk
work ork rk has become a pleasure not a curse curseshe curseh cursehE
she h hE has made a real home for herself herselfand herltfI herlfant
and fI nt her husband The neighbors still stilll Ull UllI
l k askance at the th strange marriage marriageMiul marrlaaolid mw1aoetfli
Miul lid hold aloof from the girl who was wasjnarrled wasHarred wannarried
jnarrled on the way to the poorhouse poorhouseIiit poorho poorhollilt poorhouseILIt
Iiit to James Holcroft she has made her herself hertlfo herEIt ¬
tlfo self EIt I r indispensable indispensableThen Ind IndispensableThea lpenble lpenbleThen
Then the th other man Ferguson Fe n comas comaslak comuhk cornealak
lak His first wife is dead he wants wantsKvangeline wantaEan wantsIangelIn
Kvangeline Ean IiDe to go with him To him she sheconfesses sheclJnfeti8 shecnfesses
confesses II that she has come to love her herhusband belIu heruband
husband Iu band and when Holcroft comes com II m mand In Inld hid
and ld d catches catch Ferguson in his house It ItIith is iswith Iswith
with a brave determination and a simple simplefaith aimplefaith simplefaith
faith that will not allow him to think thinkMil thinkiI
Mil V iI I I of her even for a second And so soa sot
a t the rogue is driven away never to totrouble toTrouble toTruuble
trouble them more James Holcroft rea realizing realizing roeusing ¬
lizing now that he and his hi wife have haveKown havarown havegrOWn
grOWn rown to be much more than partners partnerstakes partnerstakES partnerstakes
takes hi h wife in his arms armsD armsnet net t to be beonly beonly beuniv
only a helpmeet now but to o love and andcherish andtlwltah andchrtsh
cherish ftoevtrmora ftoevtrmoraThe tIIIPrmoreThe favsrmoraThe
The play i is very simple very whole wholesome wholeme wholeame ¬
some me and nd d sweet and clean as a breath breathf breathtf
f tf f morning air It to so far farconstruction 8M 8Mton aseonstructlon
construction ton trua on goes a melodrama using usingthe ullngt usingVie
the t h word In its It good original orl lnal sense sen a adrama adrama adrama
drama in which part at least of the thewords thewords thewords
words are set to music The play as a awhole awhOle awnnh
whole has for an obligate obY to the fitting and andharmonious andharmonloUII andharmonious
harmonious refrain of Just a song at attwilight attwilight attwilight
twilight when the lights ghts are low lowand lowandthat lowandthat and andthat
that Is the keynote to the th motif of the theplay thellla theplat
play llla which Is Islove love It is a play that thatannot thatIInnot thatannot
annot fail to win your oUr sympathies for forits torjt forit4
its jt sentiments though simple are lofty loftySt loftyits
its St tone is high and it is a fine example exampleof
of the happiness happln of contentment and hu humility huml1lty bemIlity ¬
mility of how true and honest t love can canmake eanmake canmake
make even the simplest life noble and andblessed andhleaed andblessed
blessed blessedThe hleaedThe blessedTh
The Th greatest eatelt strength of Miss Ellis Elliswork EIII EIIIWork Elliswork
work lies in her characterization which whichwas whIchwu whichwas
was of course the strongest lr npst point in inMary InUMary inMary
Mary Janes Jane Pa James Holcroft is isa isa
a finely drawn rawn figure suggesting much of ofwhat orwhat ofwhat
what was so fine in the character of ofJohn orJohn ofJohn
John Halifax Gentleman Tom Wat Watterly Watterly Watterly
terly the poormaster overruled overrul by a ashrewish aIhrewi8h ashrewish
shrewish wife is I a character chlUa ter true to life life8n Utoo lifeso
8n I is Justice Hawkins a not exagger exaggerated eXImelRted exaggersled ¬
sled but perfectly natural country Jus Justice justfloe justice ¬
tice of o the peace There is the book bookagent bookngent bookagent
agent Mllo tIIo Peaslay and the hired man manJonathan mnnJonathan manJonathan
Jonathan Johnson with his perpetual perpetualfear perpetualfear perpetualfear
fear of accidents that constantly prevent preventhim prtttnthim preventhim
him from getting the cows milked in intime Intime Intime
time Jane the little girl the brave little littledaughter littledaughter
daughter of Mrs Wiggins WI5 lns is another anotherwelldefined anotherwelldeftned anotherwelldefined
welldefined character But boat drawn drawnof drawnof
of all Is Mrs r Wiggins an American rep replUra rcmIIG repa
lUra IIG a of dear old Mrs ra Gummldge of uDa Da David David ¬
vid d Copperfleld Copper eld memory with too a atouch atouch atouch
touch of Mrs NIckleby NI < kleby and Just just1i1l8pltlon a asuspicion asusplelon
suspicion of Mrs Malaprop A most mostAmusingly mOltJlmu mostamusingly
Amusingly Jlmu lngly drawn character characterA
A A competent cast presents this play pin pinach playEach
Each ach members does dot his work consclen consclenBANDRIiFF con conscienDANDRUFF clen clenDANDRUFF
Why experiment trying to drive the thedandruff thedandruff thedandruff
dandruff germ from underneath tho skin skinwith skinwith skinwith
with greasy 1 8Uf lotions or fancy hairdress hairdressing b8lrdressJng hairdresslag ¬
lag when ODonnells drug stores will willguarantee wiltgURJJUItee willguarantee
guarantee ZB3MO ZJ MO and ZEMO SOAP to toentirely toentirely toentirely
entirely rid tho scalp ot the germ life lifethat lItethat lIfethat
that causes WIfiI the trouble troubleZEMO troubleZEMO troubleZEMO
ZEMO and KBMO SOAP can ca be ob obtained ob obtained ohtamed ¬
tained In any city or town in America Americaand Americaand Americaand
and are recognised tho best and most mosteconomical mosteconomical mosteconomical
economical treatment for ajl Jl l affections of ofthe atthe ofthe
the skin or scalp whether on infant or orgrown orgrown orgrown
grown person One shampoo with ZBMO ZBMOSOAP ZEMOSOAP Z1MOSOAP
SOAP and application of ZEMO z ro will stop
tthI itching nnl eteanao the scalp of dan dandruff dandruft dandriitY ¬
druff and scurf scurfWe curfWe ur urWe
We in Jatp ito you sou ou to try ZEMO J MO and z BMQ MO
SOAP ani JIt if not entirely satisfied we wewill wew1ll wewIll
will refund your 8ur money
I tlously and well Mr Carleton Macy Macyplays Mncyplaya Itncyplays
plays the leading part James Holcroft Holcroftana lIokroftRI Holeroftand
ana ho 1ms drawn the character with a afine afine aline
fine sense of Its roal and inner meaning meaningand mNnlngand moaningand
and plays play it with a finished art that does doesmuch do domuch doesmuch
much to make the performance realistic realisticAt realbJUeAt realisticAt
At nr flrt t he is the man almost worn down downwith downwIth downwith
with hits burdens burde without hope hO i but a alife aa aaIIf ahif
life IIf becomes be OmH sweeter by reason of his hislove hislov hislove
love lov Mr Maey lae daftly llghtong the char character charaeter har haracter ¬
acter seems to grow younger and moro morebuoyant morobuoyant morobuoyant
buoyant and it is a natural climax and anda
a fitting conclusion eluslon when he takes his hiswife hiswile hiswife
wife in his arms arm It Is a fine piece of ofacting oraeUng ofacting
acting and character interpretation Interpro nUon Miss MissBarnice ltUnDernlee MissBernice
Bernice Golden who plays Evangeline EvangelineHawkins EvangelineHawkIns EvangehineHawkins
Hawkins is also deserving of the highest highestcommendation hlgh highestcommendation t tcommendation
commendation for the skill with which whichshe whlehhe whichho
she he portrays the difficult role of the wife wifeSincerity wlCeSincerity wifeSincerity
Sincerity marks all that she does do s Clover Clovertoo Clevertoo Clovertoo
too was wn J tho small role played by Alex Alexander Alexander Alexander ¬
j ander von on Mitzel well remembered here herein l1ereIn heroin
in the Kreutzer Sonata and in the thecompany thecompany thecompany
j company of Blanche Walsh alah He too toohas toohas toohas
has a difficult and thankless role to play playand pInyand playand
and does it very or well wellHe wonHe wellHe
He Fell in Love with His Wife is a aplay nplay aplay
play thats different It is a breath from fromanother tronlanother frontanother
another age Whether Wheth r the taste of the thepublic thepublic thepublic
public of today toda rather spoiled by the thestrong thestrong thestrong
strong meat of modern drama can revert revertto revertto revertto
to tho simplicity and wholesomenesa whole8omen a of ofthis ofUti ofthis
this Uti remains to be seen But at loast a aplay aPlay aplay
1 play with so worthy worth a motive and so sowell sowen sowoll
i well acted eted deserves to succeed succeedIIBCTOR SUC succeedJIECTOIt M MllECTOlt
The Arcudlnnn ArcudlnnnTbeee ArcadlansThese IQluJlnn IQluJlnnTJtMe
Tbeee geldw 01 Uaea UaeaAw UmtSAad tisad
Aw ad these ArcsuBflu AfCIUIIa NIIM v se that Mro 3la UfO o Mugs MugsAwl stlgs1Id sisstsd
Awl 1Id SId warbler WIIrbl ol poette pros prosAnd 1ft6II 1ft6IInd timeAnd
And nd now oomes another singer or rath rather rat1ler rathor ¬
er a collection of singers sln rs and with that thatpronenasK thatpronen9M thatproneness
proneness of modern singers for mixing mixingthings mlxln mlxlnthbaP mixingthIs
things thIs th the bright and Joyous scenes of ofArcadia oCArcwLdIa ofArcadia
Arcadia are mixed with tho foggy atmos atmosphere atmosphre atmosphere ¬
phere of London but it is vary V l clever cleverat cl890rat cleverat
at that and the large audience that at attended attendCtl attended ¬
tended the National Theater last night nightmust nightmust nightmust
must have departed with a feeling of greAt groatsatisfaction greAtSttlstacUona gieataetisfactlona
satisfaction SttlstacUona a feeling of having been beenamply heenamply beenamply
amply entertained entertainedTho ontertalnodTho entertainedTho
Tho play opens In Arcadia with atmos atmospheric atmospherlo atrnospherlo ¬
pherlo surroundings of woods flowers flowersnymphs fiowersnymDhs flowersnymphs
nymphs and fauns with everything per pervaded pervaded r rvaded ¬
vaded by b the air of simplicity and truth truthA truthA truthA
A stranger from England arrives on an anairship analr anairship
airship alr hlp tells a lie is dumped into the themagic themasic themagic
magic well wherein truth lies at the bot bottom bottom hottorn ¬
tom and emerges with his nature naturechanged ntureohanged naturechanged
changed a a fullfledged Arcadian Arca lan He is isdispatched 115dlspatcbed isdispatched
dispatched in company with two of the thenatives thonatives thenatives
natives to his native land there to carry carryon carryon carryon
on a propaganda for truth but it is a ahopeless ahopeleu ahopeless
hopeless task for everything overy thing Is so deeply deeplydyed deeplydyed deeplydyed
dyed in polite deceit that the mission missionf miNionfaUs missionfells
f fells Us and oven the chief emissary em II so far farlapses tarlnpse farlapacs
lapses as to tell another lie and is in instantly Inatantly instantly ¬
stantly by virtue of another well wherein whereinmust wberelnmu whereinmust
must mu t lie deceit although It Is I not so sostated BOatated sostated
stated In the brief transformed tran tormed back to tohis toh tohis
his h real personality That is the story storybut storybut storybut
but of course there is a numerous series scriesof seriesor seriesof
of incidents Indden mostly funny and a great greatsuccession b700tauecenlon greatsuccession
succession of line stn songs sentimental sentimentaltopical sentimentaltopical sentimentaltopical
topical and characteristic Tha thing is isnot 111not isnot
not comic opera nor is I it yet ordinary ordinarymusical ordinarymusleal ordinarymusical
musical comedy It would seem that a ahappy ahappy ahappy
happy medium is struck for the matte matteIs
Is I undoubtedly up to tho th standard of oflight oClight oflight
light opera and the comedy while of a avery avery avery
very acute type never descends de to the thecommonalty thecommonalty thecomtnonalty
commonalty of vulgarism or even double doubleentendre doubleontendre doubleentendre
entendre Taken altogether it Is a amighty amighty amighty
mighty agreeable form of o amusement amusementAs amuaemantAs
As the music is the best part of the theproduction theproducUon theproduction
production it would be perhaps best to toconsider togpnllkIer toapnslder
consider it flrst Miss MJ Ethel Cadman Cadmanand Cadmanand Cadmanand
and Miss Julia Sanderson are the stars starsin starsIn tarsIn
in this particular both scoring heavily hoavilyMiss hoavJlyMiss heavilyMiss
Miss Sanderson appears as Eileen Cava Cavanaugh CAvanaugh Cavenaugh
naugh a young lady with a delightful delightfulbrogue dellghttulbrogue delightfulbrogue
brogue and charming personality and andwon ancIwon andwon
won hearty recalls by the th rendition of ofTha ofThe
The Th Girl with 1th a a Brogue and Bring BringMe BringMe
Me a Rose and Jn Charming Weather Weatherin
in conjunction with Alan Mudle Be Besides De DeIld Beaides ¬
sides Ild II she pervaded the whole action so sofar sotar sofar
far as it related to real time Just as asMiss UMias asMiss
Miss Cadman did as regards the mythical mythicalperiod mythIcalperiOd mythicalperiod
period The latter is a vocalist of high highorder hi highorder h horder
order and was repeatedly reIMAte ly brought out outafter outatter outafter
after all her songs which were The 1h8Pipes ThePipes ThePipes
Pipes of Pan Arcady Is 1 Ever Young YoungThe YOURgThe YoungThe
The Joy of Life and Light Is My MyHeart MyHeart MyIJeart
Heart HeartThe HeartThe IJeartThe
The comedy honors are divided among amonga amonstrio
a trio Frank Moulan Perctval Knight Knightand Knlchtand Knightand
and Connie Edisa Ec1l a Mr Moulan appears appearsas appearsthe
as the hero of the play James Smith Smithwhen Smithwhen Smithwhen
when an English hotelkeeper and Slm SlmpHcitas SlmIUettu Simphleitas
pHcitas after transformation tNLn ormatlon into the theArcadian theArcadian theAreadian
Arcadian missionary He is a a very ery funny funnyfellow tunnyfellow funnyfellow
fellow and made great sport ort > with withSweet withSweet withSweet
Sweet Simplloltas Somewhere SomewhereWilly SomewhereWtlly SomewhereWihiy
Willy of Piccadilly and Truth Is So SoBeautiful SouUCul SoBeautiful
Beautiful uUCul besides be ldes furnishing an abun abundant Ilbundant abundent ¬
dant quota of humorous byplay through throughout throu throuout throughout ¬
out the performance Mr Knight ran ranhim ranbim ranhim
him a clo close e e second however for he too toois toola tooIa
is a very er droll person He appeared as a aimpossible an anImpoutble animpossible
impossible Jockey with many funny say sayings 11I 11IIngs saylags ¬
ings and a a certain song My y Motter Motterwhich Mottetwhich Iotterwhich
which captivated the humorous side sldeo sldeothe of ofthe ofthe
the audience for he was forced to get getoff cetoft getoff
off a long succession of verses i and he hehas hehu hehas
has the knack of cleverness in changing changingthe chanringthe changingthe
the business as well as the decided ap appearance apJoarance appoarance ¬
pearance of Improvisation Miss Edlss Edlssunder Edluunder Edlosunder
under the plain title of Mrs Smith Smithearthly Smithearthly Smithearthly
earthly wife of the aforesaid ator 8fld hero said saidlots Midlots saidlots
lots of funny things In her usually funny funnyway tunnyway funnyway
way and altogether added to the merri merriment merriment nierriment ¬
ment of the occasion occasionOther occasionOther occasionOther
Other good numbers were The Ladles Ladlesby Ladlesby Ladiesby
by Harold Clemence I Like London Londonby Londonby Londonby
by Mrs Mary Mackid and the ensembles ensembleswere ensembleswero ensembleswere
were unusually effective while others as assisting asads asslating ¬
slating ads tin to an appreciable extent were wereLaurence wereLaurence wereLaurence
Laurence Grant as Sir George Paddock PaddockStanley pacldockStanley PaddockStanley
Stanley Jessup as Astophel and H H HMeyer HMeyer HMeyer
Meyer as Reggie ReggieThe ReggieThe ReggieThe
The three scenes used are beautifully beautifullyset beautifullyset beautifullyset
set set and everything In the way of acces accessories nCC68IIOIles accosseries ¬
series seems adequate The production productionis
is a lively conglomeration of music and andfun andtun andfun
fun with tho musical features away awayabove awayabove awayabove
above the ordinary ordinaryTHE ordinaryTHE ordinaryTHE
The blU at the Majestic Theater this thisweek thisweek thisweek
week is headed by y Chester DAmon The TheGreat TheGreat TheGreat
Great White Mystery Yesterday he hemystified hemystied
mystified three large lar audiences by his hisperformances hlapertormlUlce hisperformances
performances The act which is i ititled en entitled ontitled ¬
titled Psychromancy P chromanc consists of the theactual theactual theactual
actual reading of questions written by byparties byparUeII byparties
parties in the audience a dlence and which are arekept arokept arekept
kept by the wrltsrs and the answering answeringof
of such questions One woman In the theaudience theaucUenee theaudience
audience wrote a question regarding a abrother abrotber abrother
brother who had left England for Au Australla u utnl1a usttahia
stralla a number of years ears ago and from fromwhom fromwhom fromwhom
whom she he had not heard for years Mr MrDAmon MrD MrDAmon
i DAmon D Amon repeated r ted the question correctly correctlytold corrootlytold correctlytold
told of the th brothers brother present pre ont whereabouts whereaboutsand where whereaboutsand bout boutand
and told the th woman to what address to towrite towrite towrite
write to hear from him Even without Mr MrDAmon MrD MrDAmon
DAmon D Amon the bill would be notable Curtis CurtisCowper CurtisCowp CurtisCowper
Cowper Cowp r and company In a Western ll lllet play playlet playlet ¬
let entitled ot A Cowboys Courtship Courtshipcarrying CourtshiPClLrrylng Courtshipcarrying
carrying all their special scenery proved provedto
to be a hit Other acts on tho programme programmeare
are Murphy and an Lo Mar eccentric come comedla1S comediane i idlaaa
dlaaa J W V Harrington mimic and andSadie andSadie andSadie
Sadie Etherton eccentric character charactercomedienne charactercomedienne J Jcomedienne
comedienne comedienneTHE
loA A A Womans Love a wonderful Italian Italianlovo Italianloe Italianlove
love story depicting a life study of a awellknown awenknown awellknown
wellknown and lasting truth Is shown shownfor showntor shownfor
for the tli first time An absorbing story storyFor storyFor storyFor
For a Womans Honor Honorwl11 will more than thanentertain thnnentertain thanentertain
entertain Added to these a hilariousaomody hilarious hilariousoomody hilariouscomedy
comedy subject rounds out a pleasing pleasingpicture plowilngploturo pleasingpicture
picture cntertalnmo entertainmentAnother entertainment entertainmentAnother t tAnother
Another complete change of songs by byMessrs byMessrs byMessrs
Messrs Harkins and Wallace
Allan Jimmy Jhnm ValentineIt VnleutlneUIt Valentine
It is an old 87cjom that all anth the th world worldloves w worldloves tlci tlciloes
loves a lover but It remained for the thedramatist theIriunti I
dramatist Iriunti t4st to djiaov dIO dIaoier or r that all the world worldloves vorldlovet
loves a crook However simultaneously simultaneouslywith slrupllaneouslywith sIniltaneouslywith
with this thl discovery dllf ove came the revelation revelationthat reveiaUonthat
that not all kinds of crooks would do dothe do dothe dothe
the world must have some excuse some somepalliation someJalllaU somepalliation
palliation JalllaU n for this love which shows Itself Itselfabnormal IhudtamormaJ Itselfabnormal
abnormal on its face So the dramatist dramatistsoon dramatistIIOOn dramatistsoon
soon found that to be loved a crook had hadto hadto hadto
to he either tho dashing cavalier style styleof st styleof le leot
of names or the social highwayman or orthe ortho orthe
the oaroloss typo as personified porscml ed by Jim JimRalston JimRalton JimRalston
Ralston the Penman and the later laterArsons laterAnent laterArsene
Arsons Lupin upln or it must have Its sym sympathies 9ymplithle sympathies ¬
pathies raised id and am its feelings played playedupon plnyedul playedupon
upon ul n by such as Loo Randall Alias AliasJimmy AliusJlmml AliasJimuty
Jimmy Jlmml Valentine the hero of the latest latestthief latestthle latestthief
thief thle play pIa which opened last night night what whatbids whatbids whatbids
bids fair to be a most successful succo stul week weekat weekat weekat
at the Belasco BelascoAlias BelaeoAHIla BelascoAhis
Alias Jimmy Valentine Is unique We Wehave Wehave Ye Yehave
have had plays of similar import and andpurport andpurport andpurport
purport before beforeas as witness wit nose those men mentioned montJ mciitioned ¬
tioned tJ ned with the addition of Loah LoahKeschna LoahllIiChna LoahiKeschne
Keschna and one on or two others othor which es escape 65cspe escape ¬
cape the memory memorybut but It remained for forPaul torPaul forPaul
Paul Armstrong Ann trong to give us us Jimmy Vul VnlenUn VuletaUne Vulentji
enUn enUnCredit etaUneCrodtt entjiCredit
Credit Is duly c1ul given on the programme programmeto
to tho lato O Henry master of the short shortstory shorttory shortstory
story tory who wrote the little sketch A ARetrisvsd ARetrleocl ARettievad
Retrisvsd Reformation from which the theauthor theath thoautlto
author ath of the play obtained his basic basicidea basic14ea basicidea
idea rtor I the action of tho piece but to tothe tothep tothe
the thep playwright ywrlght inust be given the credit creditfor credittor creditfor
for tho dialogup and the tJI thrills with withwhich withwhlcb withwhich
which the play pia is plentifully endowed endowedSeldom endowedSck10m endowedSeldom
Seldom indeed has there been a melo melodrama melodrama1 moledramana ¬
drama drama1 as this Is 16wlUl with the almost con conventional conantJonal conventlonal ¬
ventional hero heroine and villain which whichhas whichhu whichhas
has been as convincingly written and as aswell aswell aswell
well acted actedThrough actIW1rh1 actedThrough
Through rh1 u < h its long run in New York the thestory thestorr thestoty
story of Jimmy Valentine who is do doing doIng doleg ¬
ing time in Sing Sing for a safe robbery robberyand robberyand robberyand
and who Is pardoned by the governor governorthrough goornorthroUCb governorthrough
through tho influence of a girl whom ho hohas hehaB hoba
has ba saved ed from insult has becomo fairly fairlywell fairhwell fairlywell
well known so one may be pardoned for fornot tornot fornot
not going further into the plot of the thepiece thepiece thepiece
piece Indeed theplay Uu play has points which whichcannot whichrannot whichcannot
cannot be brought out in a short shortreviow shortreviowany review reviewany reviewany
any more than OPO could convey conve in cold coldprint coldprint coldprint
print the thrills tho excitement the thenervous thenervous thenervous
nervous tension of 0 that last act actiBSS loss than thanten thanten titanten
ten minutes long ongwhlch which brings this story storyto storyto storyto
to a close closeValentine doaeValenUne clo e eValentine
Valentine reformed and bearing his hisreal hisname hisreal
real name of Randall is forced to open openthe oJlnthe openthe
the door of the new vault ult of the bunk in inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which is imprisoned tho daughter of his hisemployer hisemployer hisemployer
employer The stage tage is dark save for fora fora fora
a light on the door of tha vault utt Jimmy Jimmyand Jimmyand Jimmyand
and his helper Rod Joclyn work by b the thelight Ulellcht thelight
light of matches scratched at intervals intervalsby Interalby intervahsby
by the latter In order to make his sense senseof senSeot SOUSeof
of touch the more acute Valentine sand sandpapers sandpapers sandpapers ¬
papers his finger tips until they bleed bleedand bleedand bleedand
and then bit by bit turn by turn bolt boltby boltb boltby
by b bolt he opens tho lock until finally finallythe finall finallthe fInallythe
the big door swings free free nd and the child childis childIs childi
is i saved Melodrama you say sa Well Wellperhaps Wellptrhap Vellperhaps
perhaps But melodrama well conceived conceivedand conceivedand conceivedand
and better acted and in addition to lov loving lo loIn byleg ¬
leg In a crook the world loves a touch of ofmelodrama otmeIodrmw ofmelodramswohi
meIodrmw melodramswohi melodrama wall l acted actsdOf ate actedOf
Of the actors aotor there can cn be spoken spken noth nothing nothIng nothiIng ¬
ing but praise pao In the role rle of Jimmy Jimmyboth Jlmm Jlmmbth Jimmyboth
both bth in prison priln and an out H B Warner Warnerwas Varnorwas arnu arnulU
was excellent excelent His Hi principal princpal charm char lay layJn lRYn layin
Jn n his entire naturalness and his
hl ntuJlnes hi scene scenewith sce6 sce6wib scenewith
with wib Doyle DyJe tho detective d t Uve when the lat latter latte hattet ¬
ter te comes cme u t IA arrai alot arro him in the third act actwas ae actwas
was w splendlIy splenfy carried brrle arrit through Mr MrWarner MrWarner Mrarer
Warner arer fully ful ul f deserves dero all al the praise praisewhich prnlsewbleh praisewhich
which has bean boe bo given glvn him in the th past pastand vat vatanti pastend
and which remains rempIns to be given in the thefuture thefuture thefuture
future futureAssociated futureAssociated
Associated laed with the star str are ae a number numberof
of actors acti whose wbO work sufficed lu col to make makethe makete makethe
the te evening eeing one to be remembered remebeed with withpleasure withplesure withpleasure
pleasure plesure for a a long time to come Among Amongthem Amon Amonthm Amongthem
them thm may ma be b mentioned mnUoe Frank Fank Munroe Munroeas llunroe
as the detective dletvo Edmund Edmun Elton Elto and andFaner andFane andFaner
Faner Fane Allsworth Ailworth as old pals pls of Jimmys Jimmysand Jimmys Jimmysad Jimmysand
and ad Theodore Theore Marnton Mato Edward Edwar Bayee Bayeeand Bao Bayesand
and Charles Chri E Graham Grh as a the warden wardenand wardenand rden rdenan
and an two Inmates InmtO respectively f8pctvo of Sing Singsins Sing1lnl
1lnl ling lingOf sins sinsOf
Of the feminine portion prton of the te cast first flrsthonors 1rt 1rthonon firsthonors
honors honon belong blong to Miss n Elsie Leslie Lulenone Lulenoneothe Leslienone Leslienoneother none noneother
other othe than tn tLtte Little Lord Ld Fatmtleroy Fatmtleroywho Fantoroy Fantoroywho Fauntleroywho
who takes te the t6 role rle of the te Bin grl whose In Influence Inlunce influence ¬
fluence lunce It I Is II that ta accomplished amplMho Jimmys Jimmysreformation Jlmmsrefomaton Jimmysreformation
reformation refomaton But individual IndlvJual names nama should shouldhardly shouldhadly shouldhardly
hardly hadly be b mentioned mfUonetor mentionedfor for tho entire entre cast castIs cat castIs
Is 1 excellent excellnt and an splendidly balanced balancedIf banced bancedI
If you enjoy being thrilled to the
I enjy blnt tle te core corenot corenot
not a nambypamby nambypmby bit of a little lte thrill thrillbut t1rl thrillbut
but the simonpure 8monpUo variety that tha starts startsat startsat tart
at the bottom botom or your spine and an works worksits worksits orks orksIt
its It way upnl upward with wit not the least lest hint hintof hintor hintor
or hesitation Ietton for fo poor poO acting actng or any ay other otherhindrance otherhinde otherhindrance
hindrance hinde you should aohl treat trOt yourself 1ounlC to toan toan toan
an evening avenInI with wih Lee Randall Alias AliasJimmy AliasJimmy lI
Jimmy Valentine VaenUne VaenUneCHSES
Polite IJolte Aaudcvllle AaudcvllleTh VaudevilleThe 4udeIUeT
Th T The feature feture of the highly blbly entertaining entertainingbill entertainingbi
bill bi at Chases Chs s this tMi week we k Is i the to musical musicalnumbers musicl musiclnumber musicalnumbers
numbers number of which three are enough and andof andot andof
of infinite variety alety to suit all al sorts sort of oftastes oftate oftastes
tastes tate If I one oe Is to gauge the success successof suocs suocsof successof
of an act by b the applause applaue it i receives receivesthen receive receivesthen
then the te palm plm must be awarded awarded to toHedges toHede toHedges
Hedges Hede Brothers Brthers and Jacobson Those ThoseEntertaining ThoseEntortaInlng ThoseEntertaining
Entertaining Frisco Frso Boys who do a astraight n a astraight
straight stIlght singing singnG act with one of the theHedges theHege theHedges
Hedges Hege at the piano Their Thorsongs songs are arebright arobright arebright
bright and uptodate uptodate and and their manner mannerof maner manerot mannerof
of getting them over captures capture the laughs laughsand laughsand laughsand
and applause of the te audience Unfortu Unfortunately Unroru Unrorunat61y Unfortunately ¬
nately Jacobson Tabson was too hoarse to sing singexcept singexcept singexcept
except in the opening number but even evenas evenas evenas
as It I was relying solely sleI on the Hedges Hedgesbrothers Hedgesbrothers hedgesbrothers
brothers the act went with wih great geat suc sucA sueca success
ca cessA
A very or tuneful and pleasing plesing act Is the theoperetta theopretn theoperetta
operetta opretn The Belle Dele of Seville Sovle by Miss MlaaMarion MissMaron 3IIssMarion
Marion Maron Garson late prima prma donna with withSam wih wihSam withSam
Sam Bernard who with a
Berna cpable sing singing singIng singtog ¬
ing company compny gives gves a splendid entertain entertainment enterain enterainment entertainmont ¬
ment Miss Mis Garson has his a 8 wonderfully wonderfullyclear wonderfullyclear onderrulY onderrulYcler
clear and beautiful voice olee and the
cler ad beautful mu music musc music ¬
sic sc of Ernest Elnet R Ball Bl gives her a n a splen splendid splencd splendid ¬
did cd opportunity opprtuniy This is the most pre pretentious Jre protentious ¬
tentious teUous and most artistic artstc act on the thebill thebi thebill
bill bi Another clever musical musicl act Is that thatof thatot thatof
of PhiL PIL Staata Staat a fat man who makes makesfun makesCn makesfun
fun Cn of his own bulk and who plays the thepiano thepiano thepiano
piano between whiles whIe tells tels a few stories storiessings storie storiessings
sings sing 8 a snatch of song and ad altogether altogetherseems altogetherseems altogetherseems
seems to have such a a jolly joly time tme himself himselfthat hlmelt hlmeltthat himselfthat
that the audience cannot onlot help hlp Joining In InTho InThe inThe
The one sketch in the te programme progrmme is isThe IsThe isThe
The Girl from Yonkers a clever skit ekltby skitby skitby
by Fred Fre Beaman Deamn presited pr prow lted by Miss MissMay 1155 1155May MissMay
May Elwood Elwoo and James Jame Dovlln Dovln It I Is f fun funot fullof uj ujof
of good comedy comey and bright dialogue dlnloge and andAT andAT andAT
Get the tboOriginal thoOriginal theOriginal
Original and Genuine GenuineHH GenuineH GenuineHO
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la most cleverly acted actd Tho show opens openswith oponswih openswith
wih with Mavlmo lfavlmo a Cuban wire walker who whodoes whodoes whodoes
does unusually ul sunl difficult difcul feats on tho slack slackWire sJacIewire slackwire
Wire and ad for good measure meaure there ther IB IBRosa 18Rosl isRosa
Rosa Rosl Crouch and George Welch In a adancing adacing adancing
dancing dacing and knockabout lmockbot act that Is full fullof ful fullor
or life and fun The performance Jerormanco con concludes concudes COneludes ¬
eludes cudes with a stupid act by the Ellis ElHsNowlan Els ElsNowlan Ellisovhan
Nowlan ovhan troupe It I Is an act that consists consistslargely consistslargely consistslargely
largely of noise nois and horseplay horeplay and has hasnothing hasnothing hasnothing
nothing clever about Jt It It It I Is fortunate fortunatethat tortunntethat fortunatethat
that tho programme ahead of this tub num number number numher ¬
ber la so fO unusually unusualy good that one can canforgot cantorgot Callforgot
forgot this misfire act A clever mov moving movIng moving ¬
ing picture Is Tho Cowboys Mother Motherinlaw Motherinlaw MotherInlaw
inlaw Next week the headliner honUner will willbe wi willb
be b Christy Mathewson and Chief Mey Meyors Meyors
ors 01 so that tha the baseball basobal fffnns fans nns are to tohave tohave tohave
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have a treat treatTilE
The Montnnn loltann Limited LimitedMistaken LImietl LImietllU LInijiedMistaken
Mistaken lU tnken identity that that old veteran veteranabout vetoran vetorannbout veteranaboutwhich
about aboutwhich which many a farce has ha revolved revolvedIs
Is once more on duty but this time tme in ina Ina ina
a now guise gula It I furnishes the basis of ofThe ofThe ofThe
The Montana Limited Llmlod a drama of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Western Wetern frontier frontor at tho Academy AcademyRobert A AcademyRobert ademy ademyRobort
Robert Morley and Light Fingered FingeredJack FIngeredJaclt FingeredJack
Jack arc twin brothers of Identical Idontcnl ap appearance appearnce appearance ¬
pearance pearnce the former a a cowpuncher In Inlove Inlovo inlove
love with Mary Mr Buckley Jucltey the other a adesperado ad6sperodo adesperado
desperado on whose head hod there is a aprice aprice
price Pete a Mexican boars Morloy a agrudge agrudge agrudge
grudge and for revenge he plots to togive tosho togive
give him up as a the bandit bandi Ho sue sueceeda sue sueceeds suecoeds
coeds in his hi purpose and Mary who is isa Isa isa
a witness wines to the holdup of tho Mon Montana Montana Montana ¬
tana Limited Limied believes beloves Light Fingered FingeredJack lrlngeredJack FingeredJack
Jack to bo bo b her lover Morley lIorley Is to be behung behung behung
hung but at the crucial moment tho thoscapegrace thoscapesrae thescapograce
scapegrace scapesrae brother appears appors and the thecowboys thecowboys I
cowboys not noting the tl0 difference dUercnco arc arcpreparing arcpreparJng arepreparing
preparing for the execution oxecuton when a ashot ashot ashot
shot from a former member of the rob robber robbor ¬
bor band cheats tho noose and leaves leavestho leaveslho leavesthe I
the way clear cear for Morley and Mary MaryThe
The situations situatons developed developd often ofen verge vergeon vergeon vergeon
on the ridiculous and the motives motvca be behind hehind i ihind
hind various alou actions acton will wi not bear analy analysis nnaly nnalyIs
sis Is but in the rush and excitement exciement these thesedefeats th thesedofects s I Idotoct
defeats dotoct dofects seem forgotten forgotens forgottenso so why should shouldone shouldone
one care ue A word should be said afd for the thefreight thetrelght thefreight I
freight train which in the second art artunwinds nt actunwinds
unwinds its It canvas cnvaa cUflY length across acos the therear tMfoar theroar I
rear of tho stage with wih a scarecrow scarecrowbrakesman srecrw srecrwbrk scarecrowbrakosman
brakesman brk mnn perched perilously peiously on top and anddangling anddanglng anddangling
dangling danglng a red lantern in one straw strawd strawThere strw strwh strawhaqd
h haqd haqdThere ld ldlero d
There lero are ae several severl character chcter sketches In Intho Intho inthe
tho play pl y which are deserving deerlng of mention mentionVan menton mentonVnn mentionVan
Van Murroll Murrel as f8 a cowboy cwboy with wih a hare harelip ha harelip < ¬
lip lp Francis Plerlot Plerlot as a gentle gente sheriff sheriffwith serl sheriffwith
with wih a soft voice olee Charles Chrit Leekins J ekln as a abluff abluf abluff
bluff bluf frontier frntor Judge and Fed ed Woodruff Woodruffas oodrut oodrutas
as the tb Mexican Mexleu Karl J rl Hewitt Hewt appears appers in inthe Inthe inthe
the double role of the two brothers hrother and andis andIs andis
is quite agile in making the various varloU quick quickchanges quickchango quickchanges
changes chango
An excellent ocolent vaudeville aOovl11 bill bi was offered offeredCasino otcrf offcrcdCasino
Casino Theater Theato patrons Jtrns yesterday yeteray the theprogramme theprogamme theprogramme
programme progamme including IncludlD at least one deckl deckled dedlc deckied ¬
ed c novelty novoly In the te person prMn of Kyrogo Irolo the themind themind themind
mind and nOI palm plm reader rede This Th act ac was wasopened wa waopene wasopened
opened opene with wih a blindfolded blnCode assistant awstnt on onthe onthe onthe
the stage who answered answere rapidfire ques questions que questions ¬
tions tons put to him by another aoter of the com company cm cmJny c ni niparty ¬
party Jny walking among the audience lence De Descriptions Dosoriptiona ¬
scriptions sorlptons of wearing wearng apparel apprel Jewels Jewelsc jeelt jeeltc
c Morn wor by persons por5nl in the audience audiencewere audiencewere
were given in an amazingly amingly quick and andcorrect andcorrect
correct corret manner manne The novelty nvely of the act acthowever acthoever acthowever
however was provided Jrovlde by Kyrogo who whowith whowith
with the house darkened darkene except for a abright abright abright
bright jet of light l ht thrown on the stage stagefrom stagefrm stagefrom
from frm the balcony blomy read red palms plms of those thosein theIn thoseIn
in tho audience by the aid a of a reflecting reflectingmirror refectng refectngmirror reflectingmirror
mirror and nn an operaglasslike oprslaBslke contriv contrivance conllv conllvanre contrivance ¬
ance Not second in the enjoyment
8ond enjoyent pro provided provfle1 provided ¬
vided vfle1 was the piano playing pling of Nelson NelsonWaring NelsonValnl NelsonWaring
Waring Valnl who beside hOlde demonstrating demonsratng that thathe thathe thathe
he has the remarkable rearkable touch and tech technique tch tchnlquo techitique ¬
nique of a master mute pianist panist gave gve several severalsong severalsn severalsong
song sn recitals foi tl of a humorous humoru nature The Thethroe Thetbra Thethree
throe tbra OConnor Sisters Ste made a hit Olie e to totheir totholr totheir
their versatility vlaUU in singing slngng character caretor Im Imitations 1J unitations ¬
InUont itations and solo and concerted cneerto dancing dancingMr daleng dalengMr dancingMr
Mr and Mrs Laverne Larne appeared apporo in an anamusing a anamusing
amusing sketch skete entitled entte Hubbys HubbysBluff HubY1 IiubbysBlurt
Bluff Blut Sliver Siver and ad Burke two Hebrew Hebrewcomedians Hebrowcomedians Hebrewcomedians
comedians were pleasing pelng in a n sketch sketchcalled sketchcl sketchcahiod
called cl d Father and Son Sn which provided providedample Polde providedample
ample opportunities opprtunite for laughprovoking laughprovokingconversation lughpotoklnc lughpotoklnccomorsaUon laughproioklngconversation
conversation and several s6ea songs sngs The mo motionpicture motonpleure mctlonplcturo ¬
tionpicture tonpleure plays pla were were as a usual a do decided doclded docided ¬
cided feature of the performance performanceTHE Jtorlnce JtorlnceT performanceTHE
THE T GAYETY GAYETYIlurlevqne GAYT GAYTlurlesque GAYETYBurlesque
Burlesque lurlesque lurlesqueHary BurlesqueHarry IlurlevqneHarry
Harry Hary Hastings HaiUn Vita Ylt A Night at the theClub theClub theClub
Club gave an enjoyable ejyablo shew last lastnight lt ltnight lastnight
night His company eompJ is i excellent eeUont and all allthe aUtho allthe
the situations situatons humorous humoJ Of course oouraoHarry coure coureHar courseHarry
Har Harry had bd the principal plndpl role This is the themanagers themanagers themanagers
managers privilege priviege He was ably sec seconded se seeended ¬
onded by Tom Coyne Coyne who wo causes cnuse more morelaughs morelaughs morelaughs
laughs than any other oUe comedian In the theshow theshow theshow
show Mona tone Raymond Ramon sang sng several soverl soverlsngs severalsongs j
songs sngs and fnd did some sme neat net dancing dancng She Shewas Slo SloWAS Shewas
was assisted n lsted by Frank Frnk Winflajd Wtnftil Prob Probably ProbnbI Probably ¬
ably nbI the best bet solo sJ dance dane of the show showwas shawwag showwas
was done by Annie nnle Lubart Lubt who executed executeda
a Russian Russan dalnee drce Viola VIola Sheldon sang sng her harsongs he hersongs
songs very well wel She has hs a voice of high highrange highrange highrange
range rangeIn range rangeIn
In the olio Hill Hil Cherry and Hill lIJ gave gavea gve gven
a n bicycle act at Adams Adas and Wlnfield had hada
a vary o clever clever dancing and singing act actThe act actTile
The show how Is divided dhke Into the regular two twoparts twoprt twoparts
parts prt and olio olo namely A Night at the theClub theClub theClub
Club and A Trip Trp to the Golden Golen West WestTHE WestTHE et etTH
Burlesque BnrlcsqneHeaded Durcsque DurcsqueHode Burlesqueheaded
Headed Hode by Matt Kennedy Kenne a star on onthe onthe onthe
the burlesque burleue wheel the Tiger LilIes Llliasmade Lie LilIesmade
made their weeks debut at the New NewLyceum NewLceum NewLyceum
Lyceum at yesterdays yeterdays matinee matnee and andscored andscoreda andscored
scored scoreda an Instantaneous In8tantaneou hit As s usual usualKennedy usualKennedy usualKennedy
Kennedy plays the comedy comey lead but this thisseason tis tisseason thisseason
season ho has ha a a wealth wealh of new material materialMargaret matorta materIalMargaret
Margaret Magnrt Flavin with wih her excellent excellentvoice exclent exclentvoice excellentvoice
voice holds the ace in this tis class clas of ofstagedom oCstagdom ofstagedom
stagdom stagedom and shows to advantage advantae Anna AnnaMack AnnaMack na naMack
Mack is a n vivacious Ivclous soubrette subrete The two twoburlesques twoburlesques twoburlesques
burlesques are full tul of ginger gnger and snap snapThe snaJThe snapThe
The feature Coture of the olio 010 Is a pantomime pantomimenovelty pantomme pantommenovely pantomimenovelty
novelty novely of the Apache AJche type played to toadvantage toadantage toadvantage
advantage by Rita Ria Loraine Lmlne Mona Mona Ray Raymond Raymond Raymond ¬
mond and John B Bragg Brg The after afterpiece ntterpiec afterpiece ¬
piece piec comes to a close with wih a dance by byZallah byZlah byZallab
Zallah Zlah
The second week of the new policy polcy at atthe atthe atthe
the Cosmos Cos ios opened last night with wih six sixamusing sixamusing sixamusing
amusing but highclass acts for the first firsthalf frst frsthaIr firsthalf
half of the th week The Ralstons Rastons father tatheranl fatherand j jand
and anl son were amusing The Little Litte LitteDwarf LittleDwarf i iDwarf
Dwarf is full of laughprovoking hits hitsBusby his hisBusby hitsBusby
Busby and Williams Yllams in their comedy comedysketch cored coredsketch comedysketch
sketch also kept the audience In good goodhumor goodhumor goodhumor
humor Smith Chldlow and Williams Wiiams a atrio 0trio atrio
trio of clever singers and funmakers funmakersfollowed tunmaker funmakersfollowed
followed tolowed Wynena and Whirlwind in intheir Intheir Intheir
their miraculous miraulous sharpshootlng sharpshootng Frank FrankNash Fnk FnkNash FrankNash
Nash that highclass highc1lss banjoist bnnjols and andJames nndTnmes andJames
James A Reynolds with wih a new line Un of oftalk oftalk oftalk
talk songs and peculiar dance dace com completed completed cornploted ¬
pleted the programme progamme The usual re refined re relined ¬
fined fned and new picture plays Jlns were appre appreciated aVpreeated appredated ¬
dated ciatedThe eated eatedThe datedThe
The weekend at the te Cosmos begin beginning beginning beginning ¬
ning Thursday will wi have an entirely entrely new newcast newcast newcast
cast with wih the exception ocoJUon of one act se selected selected selected ¬
lected from the above Hall brothers brothersnovelty brothersnoelty brothersnovelty
novelty athletes Drake and Morgan In Intheir Intheir intheir
their comedy sketch Schwab and Knell Knellcomedy Knel Knellcomedy
comedy musical act Hughes Hughe and ad Cole In Ina Ina ina
a travesty tavet act Florence White Wie singing singingcomedienne singng singngcomedienne singingcomedienne
comedienne and Al Wilson Wison character charactersongs charactereongs charactersongs
songs complete the last lat half hal of the bill billRussian bi biRuulnn billRussian
Russian Orchestra Pleases PleasesNew PlenscNew PleasesNew
New York Nov 23 2W 28W W W Andreefs AndreefsImperial AndreetsImperil AndreefsImperial
Imperial Imperil Russian RusIa Court Balalika Balnlk Or Orchestra Orchestra Orchestra ¬
chestra began begn the first tour of the te United UnitedStates UnitedSlates UnitedStates
States with a a concert tonight tonight at Carnegie CarnegieHall Caregie CaregieHal CarnegieHall
Hall Hal The Russian consul general genra emi eminent eminent cmlnent ¬
nent musicians and patrons patrns of art were werepresent we werepresent
present preent The interest of the musicians musiciansIn
In the novel Instruments paycd by the theorchestra theorchestra theorchestra
orchestra was keen and the general enernJ
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Clara Turner Turnerand Turnerand Turnerand
little tUe comedienne cmeienne Miss Mle Clar
and her players last evening It I deals dealswith de dewIt dealswith
with wIt the white wble slave traffic trfc in New Ne York YortcMiss YorkMiss
Miss MI8 Turner as Anita Ania was clever cee and amiably all allabl andably
abl ably executed exete the dual role of o a boy by and anda
a girl The play is pleasing peaing and an tells t a abeautiful abautful abeautiful
beautiful bautful story It Is from tn th the pen pn of ofOwen oCOwen ofOwen
Owen Davis DYis and an will wi run for to the to weak weakNext wek wekNext weekNext
Next week this company ompny will wi present presentLillian peent peentLIHan presentUlhian
Lillian LIHan Mortimers great grt Southern Soutben drama dramaA dramaA
A Girls Girls Beat Bet Fried Frie The story stor of this thisplay tbl tblplay thisplay
play will wt be given away way free tee during durnG the theweek theweek theweek
week In order ore that tat the patron ptrl may mayhave marhave
have the te opportunity opprtunit of reading redlll a a and d see saeIng seetog 8 8tng
tog the story stoy that tt is contained contlne In the theplay Uteplay Theplay
play Matinees Matnee will 11 be on Thursday Thusay and andSaturday andSaturda andSaturday
Saturday SaturdaySAVES Saturda SaturdaSAVS SaturdaySAVES
Sew EnRlumler Count Up lp Time and andMoney nudIODO andMoney
Money IODO He Has fnA Gained GainedRook GaInedRock GainedRook
Rook Mass Ial Nov No 2S Elnathan Elnatn Shoe Sherman She Sheman Shoeman ¬
man an olghtytwoyearold 61Ihtlwo earold farmer famer who whohas whoas whohas
has as never neve been shaved 510 points pint out that thatbig tt ttbig thatbig
big sums of money and many hours hors of ofvaluable oraluable ofvaluable
valuable time tme are rc spent daily daly in bar barbers br brber barbern ¬
bern ber chairs or before befoe mirrors mior and an de declares decJae declams ¬
clams cJae that the progress pQs of civilization civilizationwould civUzUon civUzUonwould civIlizationwould
would mount by leaps lQp and bounds boun if shav shaving sav savIng shevlag ¬
ing were given up upIf upIf upIf
If he had shaved shnc regularly relulaly every eve day daybeginning daybeginning daybeginning
beginning at the age of sixteen siteen ha hawould he howould
would according accordng to t his reckoning rekoning have havescraped hlve hlvesrapo havescraped
scraped srapo himself hlmsel no lass lOS than 84000 C times timesIf tm tmI timesIf
If I he had been be on shaved In barber shops shopsU
U i would have cost him he asserts a8ort near nearly ner nerh nearly ¬
ly J2400 2400 4 The time tme consumed conumed would have havebeen haveben havebeen
been ben 10 months 1 day and an 14 1 hours hoursDUKE hoursDU hoursDUKE
Tobacco Magnates lnJuntes Gift Gifts Xqw No Now Make MakeFnnrt MakeFund IakeFund
Fund Nearly n I Million MillionDurham MillionDurham llUon llUonDurham
Durham N C Nov 28 2Benjmln 2Benjamin Benjamin N NDukes NDukes NDukes
Dukes 5J50000 JO 150000 gift gft for the purpose of oferecting oterectng oferecting
erecting erectng two structures structure known as acad academic acd acdemic acadernie ¬
emic and administrative adminitatve buildings buidings has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been enlarged by another 100000 100 and a agroup j jgroup
group goup of handsome college colege dormitories dormitoriesand dormitoriesnnd dormitoriesand
and recreation rooms will wf be built bui Mr MrDuke MrDuke MrDuke
Duke has ha been here with wih his architects archlocts archloctsnnd architectsand I Iand
and the contract contct for the new buildings buildingswill buildingswill
will WJ be let this week The Washington WashingtonDuke Wahinton WahintonDuke WashingtonDuke
Duke building buiding will wi be removed next nextspring nextsprIng nextspring
spring Theso gifts gift increase Inoreae the te Duke Dukefund Dultefund Dukefund
fund toward 1000000 00 and the familys familyscontributions famiys famiyscontibutons familyscontributions
contributions contibutons to Trinity nearly 1800000 1800000WHITE 150 150W lOOOQOwIUTE
Put at the Door of Too Much Fed Federal Federnl Fedcmi ¬
eral Supervision Superlson SuperlsonWhen SupervisionWhen i iWhen
When the stork called caled on Pauline PaulineWayne PaulineWayne
Paulne PaulneWnyne
Wayne at the White House stable stale recent recently recentJ recently ¬
ly J President Taft TaC gave the thoroughbred thoroughbredcalf thoroughbredcal
calf cal to W TV W Price who works as a a acorrespondent a acorrespondent
correspondent at the White House In the theday theda theday
day da time tme and farms by night In Mary Maryland Mat Maryland ¬
land landAll landAl landAll
All Al the other Washington W hlnston farmers farmersthought tamors tamorsthought farmersthought
thought Price was lucky Price Prl e bought boughta
a fancy new milch mich cow to serve as asfoster nstoster asfoster
foster mother to Paulines PauUnes firstborn son sonHe 80nHe sonHe
He called caled at the White Whie House stable stableyesterday stableyesterday stableyesterday
yesterday morning to get the calf and andfound andtound andfound
found it I had passed away In the night nightPrice nightPce nightPrice
Price Pce now has a highclass highcass new milch milchcow mich michcow milchcow
cow that he will wi sell sel at cost costToo costToo j
Too much Federal Federl supervision 1 rIBlon he hecomJlnlned hecomplained j jcomplained
complained to the White Whio House Iousc stable stableattaches stble stbleataches stabieattaches
attaches who had showered ¬
ataches every ever pos possible vossible possible
sible attention atenton upon the tender young life lifeLectnrc UteLecture lifeLecture
Lecture on Cuba and Porto Rico RicoCharles RicoChales RicoCharles
Charles Chales M 1 Pepper will wi give a n lecture lectureon
on Cuba and Porto Rico tomorrow even evenIng evn evnIng evenIng
Ing at 8 oclock In the the vestry vesy of Metro Metropolitan MetroJoUnn Metropohitan ¬
politan JoUnn Memorial MemorlJl M f E Church John JohnMarshall JohnMarshal JohnMarshall
Marshall Marshal place and C street northwest northwestunder northwestunder northwestunder
under the auspices of the mission study studyclass studyclass studyclass
class of o the Epworth League Lene Mr Pop Popper Popper Pepper ¬
per Is the author of Tomorrow in inCubt InCUba inCubt
Cubt which Is one of the references reference in inthe Inthe Inthe
the course cue of study for tho year This Thiswill Thi Thiswill
will wi be an unusual opportunity opportuniy and all allInterested aUinterested allInterested
Interested are Invited Invlt to be present prelent
Polands Memorable Fight for Freedom FreedomNov Nov 29
Today the Poles Pol ef every ever city clt in the thecountry thecuntr thecountry
country cuntr as a well as In all al parts Jart of the theworld thewold titeworld
world wold will wl celebrate the anniversary annlerary of ofthe otte ofthe
the te commencement cmmnceet of their great get struggle struggleagainst stugglo stuggloagtnt struggleagainst
agtnt against Russia u in ISM 1 The initial Iniia act actwhich acthidl actwhich
which hidl led li to the uprising uplns of the whole wholepeople wholepl wholepeople
people and protracted it for two years yearswas yearswas
pl a ptced
was wa the te revolt revot of 0 the School SJol of Ensigns Ensignsla Ensigs EnsigsIn
In Warsaw Wa on the night niht of November Novemb Novemberl3L 29 29ISM
ISM 1 21
ISMOne l3LOn
One On hundred hulre and a sixty Mxt students Itudel at attacked atekG attacked ¬
tacked ekG the Russian Rusian cavalry e alr in the bar barracks br brrack barracks ¬
racks rack near by a a party prty of six together togetherwith togethe togethe1th togetherwith
with 1th twelve twee students atudOt from the Warsaw WarsawUniversity Wasw WaswUnlvltr WarsawUniversity
ransacked the theBelvedere thenhoeo theBelvedere
University attacked Itaake and ad ransaced
Belvedere nhoeo palace place with wth the Intent Int nt of cap capturing cp cptring capturing ¬
turing tring Constantine CostnUne the governor general generalwho gonemlwho generalwho
who however hwever had hd hid hi himself hlmsel among his hiswoman hiswomn hiswoman
woman womn servants serants and escaped escapedThe escapedThe i
The band bnd of the ensigns nsisn roused the city citypopulation cit citypopulation i
population pplattf a part prt of the Polish Polsh con contingent contnlt contingent ¬
tingent tnlt of the garrison was gained over overthe oerte overthe
the te arsenal aral seized sne and 4ft000 4 O carbines carbine dis distributed distibute disteibuted ¬
tributed tibute to the te people peple In the morning morningConatantine morningCnnUne morningConstantine
Constantine CnnUne with rih his hi Russian RUslan regiments regimentswithdrew resment resmentwihrew regimentswithdrew
withdrew wihrew from frm the city el and Warsaw a w was wasfree waaf wasfree
free freeThe f freeThe
The kingdom kinGom of Poland newly newl created createdby createdby
by the Congress Congres of Vienna In ISIS 16 and andpassed andp andpassed
passed p d over to Alexander I as his re reward rewad ccward ¬
ward wad for participating ptclPtng In the defeat of ofNapoleon atNapolen ofNapoleon
Napoleon Napolen enjoyed enjo ed at that tine tne a re restricted restricte restrictad ¬
stricted stricte constitution cnstuton with a Diet In War Warsaw Warsw Warsaw ¬
saw sw and ad a standing Polish army arI of 30000 30000But 30 30000But
But even en this constitution consttuton was as constantly constantlyviolated oontanty oontantyvilate constantlyviolated
violated vilate The Th governor soveror general Grand GrandDuke Grnd GrndDke GrandDuke
Duke Dke Constantine Contantne the Czars elder elderbrother eldorbrother elderbrother
brother possessed pSt ed almost dictatorial dictatorialpowers dictatorialpwes dictatorialpowers
powers pwes and he exorcised eclse them That Thatterritory Thatterrtor Thatterritory
territory terrtor of the old Poland Poand which was not notincluded notIncude notIncluded
included Incude in the now kingdom was bur burdene burdenod j jdened
dened dene with wih a heavier despotism desp < Usm than Has Ru Hasala j
ala sia proper pper A struggle was Imminent Imminentineviable Imminentinevitable j jinevitable
inevitable ineviable ineviableIn inevitableIn i iIn
In June of the same sme year leal ear a revolution revolutionIn reyoluUon reyoluUonIn
In France abolished abolshed the Bourbon regime regimeand regimeand
regme regmeand
and instltutf InsUttfd Instltut d a new dynasty dynuty the Orleans OrleansIn
In the to person of Louis Luis Philippe Phippe Czar CzarNicholas CzarNIcholas CzarNicholas
Nicholas refused to recognize the change changeand cl1angeand changeand
and was contemplating a war with withFrance wih wihFrnce withFrance
France Frnce Secret orders were given to mob mobilize moblze mobHim ¬
Him lze the army amy The rhE Polish 1ol5h regiments regimentsbeing regiment regimentsbeing
being nearest noaret the front were planned to tobo tobe tobe
be the first to 0 take the field Discovering Discoveringthe
the danger not so much of war as the theplans theplans theplans
plans to attack attck a friendly trlendl and andlberty andlbertyloving liberty libertyloving libertyloving
loving people the Poles who stood stoo higher higherin
in the counsels counels of the he nation naton decided that thattho tbattho thatthe
tho time tme had come for an insurrection insurrectionand Insurrecton Insurrectonand insurrectionand
and meant ment to turn tho same sae portion Jorlon of ofthe otthe ofthe
the army In the service of Russia against againstRussia againstRussia againstRussia
Russia itself itelf The Insurrection Insurrecton was plan planned planned planned ¬
ned carefully caretuly and the Initiative Initatve given to tothe tothe tothe
the School of Ensigns
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do so The remedy Is Dr Caldwells CaldwellsSyrup Caldwels CaldwelsSyrup CaidwehlsSyrup
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W Worthy of Forsythe Frythe Ga Ga got st to the theipolnt theInt thepolnt
ipolnt Int where he could culd not oven eat or di digest diget digest ¬
gest get Vegetables and after aer many years yeas of ofseeking ofseeking ofseeking
seeking he found tho cure In Dr Cald Caldwells Cld Cldwels CaIdwells ¬
wells wels Syrup Pepsin Mr Rudy Ru y Kasner Kasnerof Kasneror Kasnerof
of Moline Ill I was in the same sae bad pre predicament Jredlcament predicament ¬
dicament with wih his stomach took Syrup SyrupPepsin SyrupPep51n SyrupPepsin
Pepsin and ad Is now cured urcd Hundreds of ofothers orothers ofothers
others would gladly testify testty testifyt
After Afer Constantme Constantnes s retreat retret from rm War Warsaw Warsaw ar arsaw ¬
saw a national natonal government was as organ organized osn osnIed organised ¬
ized openly and the te Diet assembled ebled On Onthe Onthe Onthe
the 25th th of January Januar ll 11 Czar Czr Nicholas Nicholaswas NJbl4 Nicholaswas
was us solemnly and formally tormly deposed daJ as asthe uthe asthe
the King of Poland and an the Ue house h of ofRomanoff orRoma1of ofRomanoff
Romanoff Roma1of forever deprived deprve of the crown crownIf ewn ewnI crownIf
If I the present Jreent ruler still holds hods the title tte of ofKing orKln ofKing
King Kln of Poland Polan he does dOe so 5 under uMe the theclaim theclaim theclaim
claim that his predecessors predeeofs had h been b de deprived depelved ¬
prived plved of it I by duress dures If I Poland Pol shall shallagain sl shallagain
I again again be fre tr freo which no patriot ptrt doubts doubtsthe cebts cebtsthe doubtsthe
the Czars Cmrs claims clams will wi be offset ofset so S Tar as asthe iS iSthe asthe
the international Intertonl law is concerned coneerno by ref reference re reterence ¬
erence to Polands P lands last legislative Jelilste act hi hiregard I inregard
regard to Its It kings kingsIn kingsIn kingsin
In February Februa 1S31 1S1 Count Dybicz Dybe at the thehead tbf thehead
head hed of an army arm of 100668 10 I00O invaded invde Polish Polishterritory Poih PoihterrIory PIShterritory
territory terrIory After Afer a series srle of battles btlo in inwhich inwhih inwhIch
which whih the Poles Pole were woe compelled compele to re retreat re retreat ¬
treat tret treat the great geat battle btte of Grochow Grohow was wasfought Wa wasfought
fought fought In which the losses los were wee MOO 8 on onthe onUte onthe
the Polish side and 15000 10 on the Russian RussianYet Rustn RustnYot RusienYet
Yet some me historians historas claim that the te battle battleresulted bte btereule battleresulted
resulted reule in a Russian RUSa victory Icto The whole wholeRussian wbobRussian hl hlRusian
Russian Rusian army was opposed oPlwse by only ol onl 15009 4E000Poles 15009Poles s0
Poles Pole The claim caim of victory vlctorrr rfists 5 on the thefact thetact thetact
tact that after the te Russians Rusns were wee twice twicerepulsed tMceropl twicerepulsed
repulsed ropl with wlth heavy heay losses loe from hom a given givenpoint gv givenpOint n npint
point pint of attack attak the Pole Pole Poles at night nigt re retreated rt cctreated ¬
treated treate to Warsaw Wasaw for fo reorganization reorganizationIn reganlzaton reganlzatonIn
In that battle btle some of the Polttjh poli Poht generals generalswho goa1 generalswho
f fwee
who were trained in Napoleonic Ncpolonlc wars warswere war warswere
were wee at the head of the te renowned renowne Polish Polishlegions Pelsh Pelshlesions Polishlegions
legions legionsIn lesionsIn legionsIn
In April Apri the Poles Pole won the Ui UI three grant grantbattles greatbattles Mt Mtbates
battles bates of Vaver 8er Dombe DO10 and Igenie Igenieagainst Igele Igeleaginst Jgepfeagainst
against aginst immense odds odd but In May Ma they theylost Oey Oeylot theylost
lost lot the decisive battle batle of Ostrolenko Ostrek and andwere ad adwere andwere
were this time tme compelled comple to retreat retret to toWarsaw toarnw toWarsaw
Warsaw arnw The siege of Warsaw Waraw by Dybicx Dybicxthe Drb Dyblexthe
the capitulation capiulaton the massacre masfce are well wellknown wel wellknown
known events eent In history lastory That remnant remnantof JOnant JOnantot
with withthe withthe withthe
of the army which escaped escpe together
the members momber of the Diet and government governmentpassed governmentpassed 4 4passed
passed the Prussian Prus Ian frontier fronter and nearly nearlyall norly norlyaU f fall
all went to France where whee they settled settledpermanently sette settledpermanently v vmancnti
permanently mancnti Thus ended ene the insurrec insurrection Insurre Insurreetion ¬ j jtlon
tion of 1S30 1S30On 180 180On 1S30On
On November 29 ISM la the first frst Italian Italianopera Itlt Itltopr Italianopera
opera opr The 1he Barber of Seville S le N In Amen America Amei Ameica Amenca ¬
ca was given at New York and the Erie Erieand Erieand Erieand
and Champlain Canal was completed In In1S25 inls
1S25 1 ls Today is the th birthday of Giovanni GiovanniBellini GlonnlBelni GiovanniBellini
Bellini Belni 1516 516 Sir Philip Phip Sidney Siney poet poet1K4 POlt poetct54
ct54 1K4 15 Benjamin Chew the eminent eminet Penn Pennsylvania Pennslvanla Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania slvanla jurist jurit 1722 i Amos Bronson Al Alcott Alcot Alcott
cott cot author 1790 Wendell Vondel Phillips PhiUps ore orator or oretor ¬
tor and reformer 1S11 8 William WlUam Ellery ElleryChannlng Elen ElenChannlns ElleryChanning
Channlng poet and essayist 1818 18 and andLouise BndIulse andLouise
Louise M Alcott Alcot author 1832 S It I Is l the thedate thedate thedate
date of the th death of Charles IV of Ger Germany German Ocrmany ¬
many man 137S 3S Cardinal Thomas Wolsey Wolseyi
i 1530 l Maria Theresa Queen of Hungary Hungary17SO lngary lngaryi
i 17SO 750 and Horace HoratB Greeley Gre IY 1872 82
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for fifty fty cents or a dollar dolar but if you wish wishto wishto wishto
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you have nave found something to replace replacesalts replacesalts eplacesat
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chase of his remedy ends his obligation obligationHe
He has specialized in stomach liver and andbowel nndbowel andbowel
bowel diseases for over forty years and andwill andWill andwill
will be pleased to give tho reader any anyadvice an anadvlco anyadvice
advice on the subject free of charge All Allare AUBra Allare
are welcome to write him Whether for forthe forthe forthe
the medical advice or the free sample sampleaddress samplendlrcs5 samplead
address ad ress him Dr W B B Caldwell 6U Gald Galdwell Galdwell Caldwell
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