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wnMAM'R PTP.HT TO "RTTAP RTPOWfV TTRATTHY .CHTT.'nPPvfe'
(This is the story of "Kind
ling," a remarkable new ;Iay, by
Charles Kenyon, in which Mar?
garet Illington is now appearing.
,When this play was removed
from New York to Chicago half
a hundred dramatists and au
thors of New York sent a "round
robin" to the producers asking
them to keep the play in the metropolis,)
Mrs. Bates' had come down
from her coldroom above to do
her week's washing in the dingy
r rooms of Maggie Schultz.
- "Batsie," said Maggie, ""can't
children who are born down in
four tenenients ever be strolig
-4ike other children?"
"I've never seen 'em so," said
- Mrs. Bates. "But why do you
ii- Then she saw a strange light in
"Bless your precious heart!"
-she said, "Have you told your
- "No. .HVsdys it is wicked to
have children in the tenements.
They are so weak and pindling
that they curse their parents for
' eyer bringing them into the
world. Oh, Batsie, I'm afraid to
tell him. What shall I do?"
"You ought to go out to Wy
oming. That's where my fine,
strong boy, Stevie, was born. The
night he was born the thunder
was crashing, the lightning was
' crackling and the wind was blow
ing a gale, but above all the storm J
came the cry of my fine, "strong babri
and my heart jumped be'causejl knew lA
was born to last.
"Oh, Batsie! That's what I waitj
xj.cntiii.ti anu x ittusi gu iu 'Wyoming,
lK V& '!fi ' s. t 'KtflflBEQL
But we haven't any money,. Batsie,
God, what shall I do?"
Then the strike threw . Heinricjh.
Schultz out of work. He grew bitten
One day, when the rich folkrwho-ownedlh.
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