New York, March 7.-nuik.eray.-en,
having- scored an interpadqnal
success in- his remarkable, character
ization of Jimmy Gilley,tebtfbb"V'
brother-in-law in "Bou&ht-and.aid
For," decided to write a, play. . ..
"I'm a pretty gopd.;b;pobj' 'safrl
Craven to himself, "kb Til fix nivteelf
ud a kind of a boob na.rt.V-
Bearingthat in miiid,, Cravensri-ot'e
jnd is now appearing ia .oeoihe
Frank Cravenand Inez Plummer in
most amusing little plays imaginable
"Too Many.'Cook" Its theme con
cernsthejjqy&a.nd sorrows of a young
man," who builds-a .house. Simple
thenieSy.Wby'didno- one ever think
of "hfbefore;?" What coifld excel it, for
Of f.c'o6rsfir'the young-man has a girl
whbmfie is 'going: to" ;marry, or he
vO:uldnt be buiidin;g;a house. The
g'tfrsiiame.is Cook. She has a father
dn&mjoUier; and brothers,- and sisters,
arid "uncles, and aunt. Alice brings
thjt whole tribe down-to nave a look
atf ttiefhouse.'7 '
AlberrlsnVafflicte'd Yta relatives,
except pne rich uficle, By whom he is
e'mptoyeaV Bjlt' he lias' a'chum. The-
phum'comes'aTso'tppass judgment on
Albert's Ipuse-bfiijding capabities,3
PoDirAibert!iprAlice! Poor house!
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