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bridal couple and a former lover of
There is awful trouble. Henriette's
happiness is completely wrecked.
Both, the men-are-aC37 tirtven mad
by the revelations- which come out
when the storm breaks. But, at last,
the trouble'-maker has overreached
herself. Her own depraved, moral
nature is revealed, in all its hideous
ness, to her friendg, her husband
Then she becomes a pitiable object,
supplicating, pleading that she al
ways wanted to be good, but was
ruled by cruel impulses stronger than
herself, "loathing finally gives way
to pity in the bosom of her husband.
He first devotes himself t oreconcil
ing Henriette's deceived husband and
his heart-broken bride.
One reason why this unusual study
in morbid psychology is attracting
very good houses to the Belasco the
ater is, doubtless, the excellence of
the acting. Marguerite Leslie is the
Henriette, Frank Reicher the hus
band of Henriette, and Robert War
wick the former lover of Henriette.
Bernstein has a reputation for
writing tremendous emotional
scenes, and he has fully lived up to it
in his second act, in which five hu
man hearts are fairly torn to pieces
in the revelations which follow on
one another's heels in horrifying suc
cession. And there is not a member of the
cast -who does not fully respond to
the demands imposed. One may "not
often sit through such a half -hour of
drama. It is the justification of "The
Soak large free-stone prunes sev
eral hours, open one side carefully,
then slip out the stone. Now fill the
cavity with any desired' mixture of
chopped nuts and raisins or finely
minced candied pinfeapple and nuts.
A little preserved ginger is nice added
to some of these fruit fillings. When
jirune is.'well filled press together and"
roll in fine granulated sugar, then lay
on plates to. dry.
GERMAN AIR CRAFT SOON TO
HAVE LIGHT HOUSES
The men who go up in the shops
as well as those who go down to the
sea in ships, may cruise at night,
with guiding lights.- The German
government plans to add to many of
its present light houses verticle
beams as powerful as those which are
It is planned to scatter light houses' .
for air craft throughout Germany,
each being distinguished by-differing
lights, just as the light houses of the
mariners are now identified by their
steady and flashing lights at stated
intervals. . ..
o o ' ,
People -who live in glass houses
shouldn't throw stones, 'says old
proverb. Folks -in that new 50-story -skyscraper
in New York, 78 per cent
of glass, should remember this.