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THE WASHINGTON TIMES TII ES SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 4 1904 1904SFARS 5
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SFARS OF EUROPE TO TOUR THIS COUNTRY NEXT FALL
Managers Importing For Foreign Foreign Foreign ¬
eign Actors to Present PresentForeign PresentForeign PresentForeign
Foreign Plays PlaysAmerican PlaysAmerican PlaysAmerican
American Dramatist De Desired Desired ¬
sired b by y Public Lurks Lurksin i 1 1In
in In Obscurity ObscurityNovelIiNoblemanand Obscurityt
t
Novels NovelIiNoblemanand NoveJIiNoblen1anandArtist 1 Nob1en1 anand Ar Artist Artist ¬
tist Illustrates Modern ModernItalian ModernItalian
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Italian School SchoolIF SchoolIF SchoolF
F there t1tereit5 ks mott coney y in th the foreign star starthe starttte
IF 1 theAiuer4c the American Anurlean theatrical managers managersat maersaM mann = ers ersars
t 5 at aM going geln > s to Lotio do their U level best the thecoming theoonll
coming oonll JIeUOn a on to get et it Moreover theyilrobaLty they theyprobaMr
probaMr 1 need nil the lucre there is la laIt illIt init
It for lust Hanson was notably disas disastrous dl disastrous as astroul ¬
trous and your average erage dramatic pur purveyor purCa parveyur ¬
veyor Ca IB I always a little shy on economy economyWhen economyVhen eoonomyWhen
When there in plenty coming mlnc in he de delights delights delights ¬
lights in in spending When there is noth nothing nothIh nothihg ¬
Ih ing 6ommgrTin oomI omlC jin = n he squares squar the game by bystarving bystanlng bystarring
starving and calling camp < < the public pub c names namesLast mim names
Last season plays which under the theconditions theconditions theconditions
conditions that had prevailed for sev several ac accral several ¬
eral years would have been sure suc successes SUoc8Ses successes ¬
cesses failed dismally dl mall The manager managercould managercould managercould
could not understand under tand it Nor a a public publicwhich publlowhich publicc
c which was not resentful only bored boredTola boredTbls boredTbis
Tola season the manager mana er has again im imported ImP01td imported ¬
ported P01td the same old plays pla 8 but lest the thepublic thepublic thepublic
public should again turn them down downhe downhe downhe
he has ba also brought along the foreign foreignactors foreignactors orolgnnowrs
actors to appear in them themThe themThe themThe
The Despised American AmericanMeantime Americanile AmericanMeantime
Meantime ile nUme the American dramatist dramtlstthe dramtlstthechap dramatistthechap the thechap
chap for whom the public is actuallyCrkvIng actually actuallyCraving aotuall aotuallcraving
Craving although a1t h it may ma not recognize recognizethe recognizetIle recognisethe
the symptoms itself lt ellremalns remains unhonored unhonoredin
a in his own ovm country notwithstanding that thatHenry thatHenry thatHenry
Henry W Yo Savage continues year Cflr after afteryear after3ear afteryear
year to turn a a handsome profit on his hiswares hisWares hiswares
wares Foreign stars may ma come and andforeign anttorelb andforeign
foreign orelb stars may go but it is h the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American dramatist upon whom the theAmerican tMAmerlean theAmerican
American stage is vitally dependent and andf andt andsome
f some day the great managers will wake wakeup wakeup wakeup
up amtofeed at the extraordinary intelli intelligence IntelUgence Intelligence ¬
genceAlthough genceAltboufh gence genceAlthough
Although a number of the foreign art artists artIsts artlets ¬
ists who are announced to appear in inthis Inthis Inthis
this country during the coming comfit < < season seasonliave IIea8OIlJill seaaonhave
have Jill V8 not been seen here for C r several severalyears Jleveralyean severalyears
years very few of them are absolute absolutestnutgiarx a l Olutc Olutcstl1uC
stnutgiarx stl1uC Little is i known by b the theAmerican tMADlerlcan theAmerican
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American theatergoer of Ermete Novell Novellwho XoveUlwho Novellwho
who is called the leading lead actor of Italy ItalyJito ItalycoRd Italyis
Jito is coming coRd tour which will begin n in inJanuary InJanuarv inJanuary
January will be his nrst visit to this thiscountry tbbJcountry thiscountry
country Novelll has had an interesting interestingcareer Intere Interestingcareer ti ticareer
career which should furnish an abundance abund abundance abundance ¬
ance of material for the passionate pu ionate press pressagent pre pressanent tJ tJncent
agent His nl father was a count who whorsn whorsnaway ran ranaway rann
away n y from home to avoid becoming a
i NE of the most difficult and ex exI axpensive
ONE I O 8 pensive problems that railway railwaycompanies railwaycompanls railwaycompanies
companies in tropical countries countrieshave countrl4MIhave countriesi
i have to contend with is keeping down downthe downthe downthe
the rank growth srowth of tropical foliage foliageweeds foUa foliageweeds e eMda
weeds Mda etc along alon < < the roadbed roadbedIn roadbedIn roadbedIn
In the tropical belt of Ecuador which whichoxtendc whichoxten61 whichoxtends
oxtendc from the foothills of the west western western 1e t torn ¬
ern eordlllera of the And Andes s Mountains Mountainsto Mountalnto dountainsto
to the Pacific Coast the humidity humidityaverages humidityaver humidityaverages
aver averages 17 per cent in winter and until untilthe untilthe untilthe
the cod of spring sprit g The extreme hu huznMtty nunH4Uy hunddlty
znMtty and the Intense equatorial sunmake sun sunmake sunmake
make this tropical b Wt lt one vast t hothouse hot hothouse hothOH ¬
houseThe house houseThe hOHThe
The Guayaquil and ad Quito Railway Railwaywhich nalhvaywhich Italiwaywhich
which crosses this I6II dense jungle JU Je belt beltsome belt80m beltsome
some 80m sixtyodd miles in I width oonneet oonneetIng eosneeting OItneetfng
Ing Ov Ovareoull ayequtl on the w wet tt coast with withQuito withQuito withQuito
Quito the capital three t r hantfred mUGS mllosdistant milesdistant I
distant and at t ItiW 1t MO feet Nt elevation elwaU has hasd
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x a Y ° Delightful Ellen Terry Te TeIdol
Idol of Italians r z > n
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THE STARS OF THE EUROPEAN FIRMAMENT FIRMAMENTNoyelli FIRlVIAMENTNoyelll FIRMAMENTNoyolli
Noyelli NoyelliEllaline Mrs Campbell CampbellEllen CampbellEllaUne CampbellEllallne
Ellaline Torris TarrisRejane Ellen Terry TerryRobertson TerryRejane
Rejane RejaneWyndham Robertson RobertsonIrving RobertsonWyndham RobertsonZVyndham
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Wyndham Irving
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priest p 6ft and became the promoter of or8mAl1 a asmall asmall
small theatrical th trical troup traveling through throughI Uareullhnak throughItal
Ital I nak tali
Born in the Theater TheaterNovell ThoatorNovelli TheaterNovell
Novell himself was thus born in the thetheater thetbeater thetheater
theater and the playthiifgs II of his child childhood childhood childhood ¬
hood were tli the marionettes which so de delight deUght delight ¬
light the Italian public Hard luck luckhowever luckhowever luckhowever
however compelled him to become a awaiter aWAiter awaiter
waiter In a restaurant turant before Core h he be became beearne became ¬
came an actor of the order classified In Inthis Inthis inthis
this country as barnstormers barn tormers He quick quickly qulckI quickly ¬
ly I gained > d some recognition as a come comedian COQledian eozaedlan ¬
dian but nobody n y took much stock t k in his histragic histraslc histragic
tragic powers ilke lke Nat C Goodwin GoodwinNovell Good GoodwinNovclli In Inov111
Novell ov111 persisted and finally added addedLouis add addedouts < o oTAUi
Louis outs XI Hamlet and The Th Merchant Mer Merchant Merchant ¬
chant of Venice to his repertory repertoryPlaving repcrtorPia repertoryPlaying
Playing Pia Ing comedy and tragedy with withtnual wilhEfual withequal
equal facility Novell Is It ranked artis artistically arUstlcall1 artistically ¬
tically > high hl h throughout Continental Eu Europe Europe Europe ¬
rope He has been enthusiastically enthu la Ucally re received reeetved recelved ¬
ceived in Paris and has made several severalsuccessful severalBUCeeHrul severalsuccessful
successful tours toUr of South America He Heis He1a HeIs
is fiftythree ftCt three years year old and hi no prize prizebeauty prizebeauty prizebeauty
beauty His H I large 1ar e now none and generous generousmouth generousmouth cneroua cnerouamouth
mouth add character rather than esthe esthetic etIthetic esthetic ¬
tic charm to his face His carriage carriageItowever carrlasehowever carriagehowever
however is graceful acetul his features mo mobile mobile mobile ¬
bile and his personality per onanty essentially im impressive Impre hepresaive ¬
pressive pre ldve Mere looks never yet made an anactor unactor anactor
actor actorNovell actorNove1U actorNovelli
Novell is now on his way to t South
I An Odd Railway Expense in n the Trop Tropic c Lands I
solved the weed problem In a satisfac satisfactory satlafactory aU tac tacI ¬
tory manner by spraying the right of ofway ofway ofway
I
way with a a solution omposed ompo ed largely largelyot
I of arsenic and nitre nitreAt nitreAt nitreAt
At Barraganetal midway of the thetropical thetropical thetropical
tropical beK the company has erected erecteda
a plant for preparing and distributing distributingj dl trlbutlng trlbutlngthe
j the poison By means of large vats vatsand vat8and vatsand
and steam pipes the Ingredients are areboiled areboiled
boiled and dissolved into a It strong tron < < solution solu solution Mlutlon ¬
tion which when brought to the proper properstage properstage properstage
stage is drawn off into a large tank tankconstructed tankconstructed tankconstructed
constructed like fr regular re < < ular railway railwaywater railwaywater railwaywater
water tank From this tank the spray spraying sprayIng spraying ¬
ing car is 1 filled ft lied and by pipes arranged arrangedat
at the end of the car the solution Is Issprayed islIpray Issprayed
sprayed lIpray d to any degree desired de lred In the thesame theme thesame
same me manner that a city street is issprinkled Issprinkled Issprinkled
sprinkled The pressure pr ure to maintain an aneven aneven aneven
even force is obtained from the air airbrake allbrake airbrake
brake system on the engine engineWhen enginePhen engineWhen
When Phen the rainy season starts tart in the theweed thewHd theweed
weed kilter plant begins H inlil operationsThe operations operationsThe OfHtraUonsThe
The first spraying is 1 done thoroughly
America Ho win tour that country countt counttthrough
through Octobor and will visit Havana Havanaand Havanaand Havanaand
and Mexico before coming to the United Unlte
States Besides the plays already named namedhe numedhe namedhe
he will appear in The Taming of the
Shrew Oedipus King LearKean Lear LearKean Leari
i Kean Othello La Morte iorte Civile Civileand Civileand Civileand
and Ingomar IngomarLondon IngomarLondon IngomarLondon
London Favorite Comes ComesAnother ComesAnother ComesAnother
Another newcomer riewcom r to this country will willbe win winbe willbe
be the English actress actre Ellaline Terriss Terrissa Terrlssa
a great London favorite of the Maude MaudeAdams MaudeAdams IAudeAdams
Adams Annie Russell and Ethel B BRr BRrr1 Berrymore r rrymore
rymore r1 > more type t pe though probably > rather ratherdramatically ratherdramatically ratherdramatically
dramatically stronger than any an of them themShe themShe themShe
She will have a repertory of modern modernEnglish modernEngJlilh modernEnglish
English plays playsContrasting playSContrasting playsContrasting
Contrasting with Novena the great greatItalian greatItalian greatItalian
Italian actor of today will be Tomaso TomasoSalvlnl TomasoSalvlnl TomasoSalvini
Salvlnl the great Italian actor of yes yesterday yesttrday yesterday ¬
terday who will come for a few weeks weekslate weeksIftte weekslate
late in the season appearing In his hiswell hiswell hiswell
well known repertory the leading fenturea fen features Ceature ¬
tures ture of which are Othello King KingLear KingLear KingLear
Lear Samson sm on and La Morte forte Civ Civile ClvHe Civlie ¬
lie This will probably probabl be his final ap appearance appearance appearance ¬
pearance in the United States an It was wasonly wasonly wasonly
only with great reat difficulty that he was waspersuaded waspenlUaded waspersuaded
persuaded to come out hs retirement retirementfor rttlremlatfor retiremettfor
for the promised > d engagement engagementGabrielle engagementGabrielle engagementGabrielle
Gabrielle Rejane the French comed comedienne comedIenne comedienne ¬
ienne and perhaps the mottt popular popularactress popularactreM popularactress
actress in Paris needs no Introduction IntroductionI introductionhere introductionhere
I here However since her visit of nine
and on this trip a tank car full will willproperly willproperly
properly spray from three to four miles milesIn mll milesIn < s sIn
In about ten days another spraying spra1 > lng Is Isgiven isgiven isgiven
given and this time a tankful will willproperly willproperly III IIIIroperly
properly spray spril from six to eight miles milesAfter milesAtter milesAfter
After this trip spraying at Intervals Intervalsof
of thirty days proves sulflciert t to keep
down the growth which would other otherwise otherwitte otherwise ¬
wise clog the rails so badly In a few fewweeks towweeks fewweeks
weeks that all traffic would be stopped stoppedAN stoppedAN stoppedAN
AN ODD SWIMMING CONTEST CONTESTSir
Sir John Paklngton a courtier of ofQueen orQueen ofQueen
Queen Elizabeth was a reckless layer layerof Ilyerot layerof
of wagers He once bet 3000 that he hewould hewould hewould
would swim the Thames from the bridge bridgeat
at Westminster re tmtJUlter to t the bridge at Greenwtch Green Greenwich OroenI ¬
I wich faster than three relays of young youngnoblemen jountnoblemen youngnoblemen
noblemen noblemenSir noblemenSir noblemenSir
Sir John won this bet b t The relays rcI8 s of ofnoblemen ornobl8OMn ofnoblemen
noblemen though they swam hard were werebadly werebadly werebadly
badly beaten heat The Queen was present atthe at atthe atthe
the race rae and to the lasers he gave by byway byway byway
way of a consolation prize a butt cf ofc off cfsack ctMok
sack c
f
THE PEERLESS REJANE REJANEFrench REJAr REJArFrench REJANEFrench
French Actress Who Is Expected to De Delight Delight Delight ¬
light Multitudes in America AmericaThis AmericaThis AmericaThis
This FalL FalLyears FaJLetUS Fallyears
years etUS ago a number of new plays pla1 > s have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been added to her repertory One of ofthese ofthese ofthese
these Is Zaza as originally written writtenand writtenand writtenand
and not as David Belasco did It over overfor overfor overfor
for Mrs Carter Americans who are areso areso areso
so familiar with the Carter version are arelikely areilkoly areilkoly
ilkoly to find much to attract their at attention 2ttenUon attention ¬
tention In Rejanes effort effortA errortA effortA
A New French Comedy ComedyLa
La Montanlcre a comedy by b G A
de CaillHvet Robert fie Fiers and Joef Joeffrio Joe Joefrio Joeffrio
frio produced by b Rejane in Paris test testwinter matwinter lastwinter
winter will be given in first perform performances performances performances ¬
ances in this country The intrigues of ofLa otLa ofLa
La Montanlcre Montanlere Iont nlcre a French actress with withnone withnone withnone
none too savory a reputation dominate dominatea
a play which Is saved largely by Re Rajanos Rejanos ReJanes
janos brilliant acting Other works in inher Inher inher
her extensive repertory are La Pas Passerelle Pft8serene PRSserelle
serene serelle La Course aux Flambeaux Flambeauxand Flambe Flambeauxand ux uxand
and Yvette Pierre Bertons version of ofGuy ofGuy ofGuy
Guy de Maupttssants novel Rejanes Rejanestour n Rejanestour jane janetour
tour will begin In November NovemberSir NoemoorSir NovemberSir
Sir Charles Wyndham called the most mostdelightful moMtdttUghtful mostdelightful
delightful of English comedians ami amiassuredly aud8psurcdh 9lydassuredly
assuredly the most popular of all London Lon London LonQon ¬
don actors will also come to the United UnitedStates UnitedStates nlted
States States in November He h ht has ts not been beenhere benhere beenhere
here for something like twelve twelv years yearsand yearsand yearsand
and so may be counted as considerable considerableof
of a novelty noveltyWhen noveltyhen noveltyWhen
When hen In Indoubt doubt clay JMft Garrick Garrick Is tesaid Issaid Issaid
said to have been the advice of a r rdon Lon London T n ndon ¬
don critic iIUc ite to the actor and he will fol follow follow ol ollow ¬
low It by making Tom KobrtoonFi KobrtoonFicomedy Ro Robertsonscomedy rt8on rt8oncomedy
comedy the chief feature of his Ameri American American American ¬
can engagement Mrs W tra Gorrinxes GorrinxesNecklace GomnResXecklftee GorringesNecklace
Necklace which brought fame ram to H HH HH HH
H Davis the dramatist dam tist of Cousin Cousinate
Kate ate will also be given while a new
It Was Thought That ThatJapanese ThatJapanese ThatJapanese
Japanese War Would WouldBring WouldBring VouldBring
Bring Them Over OverAre OverAre OverAre
Are Looked Upon asi asiAmong as asAmonR asAmon
Among Amon the Most De Desirable De Desirable Desirable ¬
sirable of Races RacesUSSIAN RacesR RacesR
USSIAN Immigrants wanted wantedThe wantedThe wantedThe
R The Department D IMtrtment of Commerce Commerceand Commerceand Commerceand
and Labor is not advertising this thisfact thisfact thisfact
fact but Russian immigrants immigrantsare
are wanted wantedThe wantedThe wantedThe
The RusslanJarwn war was hailed hailedwith hailedwith hailedwith
with a shout of delight by the depart department denartment ¬
ment officials omcl ls for it was thought many manymore man1more manymore >
more of the desirables would Hock to tothis tothis tothis
this country > In this however how ver t th they theywere > y ywere ywere
were mistaken The Czar evidently evidentlyknows evidentlyknows evidentlyknows
knows a good thing even if he does doesput doesput doesput
put the screws on and Russian im immigration Imml hamigration ¬
migration ml aUon to this country countr took a tre tremendous tremondous tremendous ¬
mendous drop just ju t at the beginning be lnning of ofthe otthe ofthe
the war warIn warIn warIn
In April 1908 19O the Russian immigra immigration Immigration Immigration ¬
tion to this country countr was 16071 and for forthe forthe forthe
the same month of this year yearJut just about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the time the war ar began beganthe the total ap applications applications applicatlons ¬
plications for admission amounted to toonly toonly toonly
only 7887 For the first six months of
1903 the total was 7SJKM and for the thesame theHarne thesame
same period this your 76419 a decrease decreasein
in the six months of over 3000 3000High 3000High 3fooHigh
High Order of Intellect IntellectThe InteJIectThe IntellectThe
The average class of immigrants from fromRussia fromRussin fromRussia
Russia are of a high order of intellectand intellect intellectand Intellootand
and while many with this same advan advantage advantage advantage ¬
tage come from other countries the theaverage theaerageo theaverage
average is l not up to that of Russia RussiaThe RussiaThe RussiaThe
The Immigrant Inspectors at Ellis EllisIsland EllisIslnnd EllisIsland
Island have little trouble with the Rus Russian Russian Russian ¬
sian He is asked a few questions given givena givenword
a word or two of caution and turned turnedadrift turnedadrift turnedadrift
adrift The Inspectors do not know knowwhere knowwhere knowwhere
where he goes nor do they the care are They Theyare Theyare Theyare
are satisfied that the Russian can take takecare takecare takecare
care of himself and ane this he does doesOne d doesOne s sOne
One of the characteristics of the Rus Russian Russian Russian ¬
sian immigrant Is his liking for the thelarge thelarge thelarge
large cities principally those of the theEast theEast theEast
East It is stated that New York Buf Buffalo Butfalo Buffalo ¬
falo Rochester and Albany get more morethan morethnn morethan
than threefourths of the totAl Russian lussianimmigration RussianImmigration RU88lanimmlgraUon
Immigration ImmigrationThe immlgraUonThe immigrationThe
The Russian as a rule is II a skilled skilledmechanic skiIJedmechanic skilledmechanic
mechanic and It Is probably due to this thisfact thistact thisfact
fact that he strikes for the large cities citiesHe citiesHe citiesHe
He is given the credit of being a good goodworkman goodworkman goodworkman
workman stoudy and Industrious and andhas andhas andhas
has no trouble In obtaining employment employmentOthers emIJloymcntOthers employmentOthers
Others also have friends or relatives In Inthis inthis inthis
this country countt They have settled In n the
drama is promised proml Mary War Moore a acharming ncharml acharming
charming charml actress who wa was with Ith Wyndham Wynd Wyndham ynd yndham ¬
ham on his last visit will JII oe his chief chiefsupport chieCsupport chiefsupport
support supportThe supportThe supportThe
The chief feature of Mrs lrs Patrick
Eastern cities and this Is another rea reason reason reason ¬
son why > the Immigrant h mlgrant does not strike strikeout strikeout strikeout
out for the North South or West WestThe WestThe est estrho
The officials at the Department of ofCommerce orCommerce ofCommerce
Commerce and Labor lay ht much stress stressupon stressupon stressupon
upon the proposition that the South Southoffers Southoffers Southotters
offers a good home for the Russian RussianThis RussianThis RussianThis
This is particularly true In the case caseof CRileof caseof
of the Russian Jews Homes can n befound be befound i
found for all and the department would wouldwelcome wuuld1 wuuld1welcome wouldwelcome
welcome any an movement looking toward towardthe towardthe towardthe
the colonization of this class of immigrants im immigrants Immigrants ¬
migrants migrantsThe migrantsThe migrantsThe
The Russian Immigrant Is a very d dairable de desirable dosirable
sirable one said Commissioner Gen Oencral Gnernl General
cral Sargent of the Immigration ImmlgrationBu ImmlgrationBureau Bu Bureau Bureau ¬
reau We Ve e would like to see a great greatmany greatmany reat reatmany
many more of them come to this eoun country eountt eountry ¬
try tt They The are good workmen skilled in intrades Intrados intrades
trades or professions are steady stt ady and andsober andsober andsober
sober and make good 1100 < 1 citizens citizensEllis cltlzonsEllis citizensEllis
Ellis Island is the place to study stud the theimmigration theImmigration theimmigration
immigration question and a lineup of ofall ofall
all the classes shows the th Russian to tostand tostand tostand I
stand at the head h d There has b been en n a aconsiderable aconsiderable aconsiderable
considerable falling oft ot In this class of
Campbells coming tour will m be Sardous Sardousplay Sard Sardousplay us
play The Sorceress produced In Paris Parislast Parislast Parislast
last winter Inter by Bernhardt At that time timeit timeit timeit
it created something omethin of a sensation The Thescene ThetKene Thescene
scene is laid in Spain fce heroine a
Immigrants but we hope i if will pick up upafter upartel upafter
after the RussianJapan war warThe warThe warThe
The war has considerable effect upon uponRussian upnRussian uponRussian
Russian immigration to this country eountr It Itmay Itmay Jtmay
may be that the Czar is keeping his sub subjects subJects subjects ¬
jects at home but whatever the cause causethere caUSitthere causethere
there are not so many man coming to this thiscountry thiscountry thiscountry
country now In one on month of this year yearthere yearthere tcr tcrthere
there was < S a falling fnllin off of over 8000 as ascompared a8compared ascompared
compared with Hh the number who ho came camehere camehere camehere
here in the sam same month of last year yearWe yeare yearWe
We e want ant all the Russian immigrants immigrantswe
we can get as well as all others who whohave whohave ho hohavo
have the same high order of intellect intellectThey IntellectThe intellectThey
They The are all welcomeTHE welcome welcomeTHE welcomeTHE
THE LANGUAGE MOST SPOKEN SPOKENThere SPOKENThrc SPOKENThere
There are 3S2000000 Chinese Chln speaking speakingthe speakingthe speakingthe
the same > language making nakln Chinese the themost themost themost
most spoken language There are so somany 50man somany
many man dialects which are entirely entire different differ different dlfterent ¬
ent that they the seem scarcely to belong belon to tothe tothe tothe
the same tonueThe tonue tongueThe tonueThe
The inhabitants of Mongolia and Tibet Tibetcan Tibetcftn Tibetcan
can barely understand the dialect of the thepeople thele thepeople
people le of Peking Peking Putting Chinese Chlne aside asidethe asidethe asidethe
the most mo t spoken languages Jat ages are as fol follows follows ¬
lows in millions English En < < Ush 1 11 130 Germans Germansin
70 Russian 6 Spanish 44 34 Portu Portuguese Portuguese Portuguese ¬
guese 82 3
Ellaline e Terriss T Tern erriss ss to Appear Appearin
in Repertory o of En English English Engush ¬
glish Plays PlaysTomaso PlaysTomaso PlaysT
Tomaso T omasa Salvini alv mi Will ill Bring BringBack BringBack BringBack
Back Memories of Days Daysof Daysof Daysof
of Old Lang Sync SyneMrs SyncMrs yne yneNlrs
Mrs Pat Campbell to toProduce toProduce toProduce
Produce One of Sar Sardous Sardous Sardou
dous dou s Latest Efforts Effortsyoung1 Effortso Effortsypting
ypting young1 o ng woman of Moorish oorIeA ancestry 13 istrleby 13tiled 13tr
tiled tr trleby ed by Y the inquisition Inquh tlon on a charge vt vtbeing I Ibeing rbeing
being s a 8t witch and she conferees conf to being be being bfoing ¬
ing guilty guilt in order to save savethe the young youngSpanish yotmgSpanish oung oungSpanish
Spanish officer with wllhwbOtit whorl she Is In Inlove Inlove inlove
love A scene showing showln sbowi th the Jitroine about aboutto1 aOOltto aboutto
to be burned at the stake stak her r rescue rescueand rpSC rescueand Je Jeand
and the suicide of the couple c ple are the theleading theleading theleading
leading incidentsFrom Incidents IncidentsFrom In ldents ldentsFrom
From all accounts it is a a strenuous strenuousdrama strenuousdrama strenuousdrama
drama of the familiar Sardou school cf cftheatrical ottheatrical oftheatrical
theatrical and emotional gymnastics gymnasticsMrs gymnastisMrs gymnasticsMrs
Mrs Campbell ought to be able to make makesomething makesomething makesomething
something of an Impression with it Thn Thnother Ih Tbother
other plays in Mrs Irs Campbells repertory reporttryare rep rtry rtryare
are familiar here She has recently reeenU add added adled added ¬
ed to her collection Warf and Woof Wootby Woofby Woofby
by Hon Mrs Alfred Lyttleton This isfounded is isfounded isfounded
founded on Tom Hoods Song of th thShirt thSblrt thShirt
Shirt and depicts in realistic fashion fashionthe tashi tashithe fashionthe
the life and woes of a a seamstress seamstressThe seamstressThe seamstressThe
The name of Ellen Terry in the list listof lIstof listof
of foreign rorei visitors arouses memories cf cfPortia CtPortia cfPortia
Portia Nance Oldfteld Beatrice Mar Margaret Margaret Margaret ¬
garet Rosamond and many others This Thisartistic ThIsartistic Thisartistic
artistic English actress will come this thisyear th18yenr thisyear
year as an independent star appearing appearingin
in a plky pl by b J M Barrie author cf cfThe otThe ofThe
The Little Minister The Admirable AdmirableCrtchton AdmirableCrichton AdmirableCrichton
Crtchton Crichton and the absurd amusing amusingand amusingand amusingand
and whimsical though misunderstoodcomedy misunderstood misunderstoodcomedy mlsuJlderstoodcomedy
comedy Little Mary Miss Terry Terrywill Tcrrywill Terrywill
will tour the English provinces In the theBarrie thoBnrrle theBarrie
Barrie play before coming to this country coun country countr ¬
try tr which will 111 postpone her visit until untilthe untilthe untilthe
the first of the year yearGreat yearGreat yearGreat
Great English En9l sh Hamlet HamletStill HamIetStill HamletStill
Still another welcome English visitor visitorwill visitorwill visitorwill
will be Forbes Robertson who made so soexcellent 51 51etceHent soexcellent
excellent an impression last season on onthe onthe onthe
the discriminating in The Light That ThatFailed T1atFailed ThatFailed
Failed and won general admiration admirationfor admirationfor admirationfor
for his remarkably fine impersonation impersonationof
of Hamlet Hamlet will be the chief chieffeature chieffeature chieffeature
feature of his repertory during the com coming coming coming ¬
ing tour and he also promised Othel Othello Othello Othello ¬
lo which was a London success sev several several several ¬
eral seasons ago Since leaving this thiscountry thiscountl3o thiscountry
country Mr Robertson has produced In InLondon inLondon inLondon
London The Edge of the Storm a amelodrama amelodrama amelodrama
melodrama by b Margaret Young Mr MrRobertson MrRobertson UrRobertson
Robertson will sail for this country In InNovember inNovember inNovember
November NovemberThere NovemberThere NovemberThere
There Is also talk of Sir Henry Irving Irvingmaking IrvIngmaking Irvingmaking
making his farewell farewell tour of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States during the coming mlng season s n Inthat In Inthat I1thllt
that case Cs his leading le dlngiady lady will be Edith EdithWynne EdithWynne EdithWynne
Wynne 3latthlson Matthison 18tthiSi 1 who Thomade made made such a a no notable n ntable notable ¬
table success in this country < in Every Everyman Everym Everyman ¬
Viola and Bea Beatrice B Beatrice >
man m n and as Rosalind a atrice ¬
trice Irving will present the familiar familiarsuccesses famiUarsuccesses familiarsuccesses
successes of his repertory though he hemay hemay
may make a a new production In the teaspring thespring thespring
spring
RUSSIAfv R US SIiJ Ai IMMIGRAlvTS IMMJGRA A Ts WAlvlED WA rv EBUiARELUEXPEGTEDL Ul SCARCE
tA A Typical Russian Family of Immigrants
THE GREATEST MODERN HAMLET HAMLETForbes HAMLETForbes HAMLETForbes
Forbes Robertson Rob rtson a Living Example of Success Achieved From Work and De Devotion Devotion Devotion ¬
votion to Art
Where ere the Immigrant Gets His First Experience Eq > erience of America
THE ANCIENT DRAGON DRAGONmains DRAGONThe DRAGONThe
The rodactyl whose fossil re remains remains
mains h have ve been found in the chalk chalkat chalkat chalkat
at Cambridge England and elsewhere elsewherewith el elsewherewith wher wherwith
with a a very varied spread of wings wingswhich wlngswhich wingswhich
which in the largest large t specimens must musthave musthave musthave
have reached twentyfive feet is al almost almost almost ¬
most identical with the dragon of fable fableA fablebatUke fableA
A batlike creature with an a elevated elevatedbody elevatedbod elevatedbody
body bod and long neck ending endlnSsurdl endingsurdly H Hsurdly
surdly surdl small head with a abeak abettk abeak
beak it could run very swif swifnsh swltSish swittish
nsh eater e tcr and could swim swimby awlmby swimby
by means of huge membrah membrahwhich mmbra membraswhich l lwhich
which connected its long foi fOwith fozwith t twith
with hind legs lessThe legsThe legsThe
The nearest neal t representative representativeancient reprsentaUveAncient representativeancient
ancient dragon is the tree lit Ifev IfevEast litEast r rEast >
East Indies Indl which resemble resembleancestors r retiembleaancestors mblet mbletancestor
ancestors in form but ismaller te tesmaller ksmaller
smaller in size ize The pterett pteretthowever Pelot Pelothowever pc erect erecthowever
however evidently existed extoocomparatively t tcomparatively r rcomparatively
comparatively recent ge g geehgi geehgiand i gk i iand iand
and it is not at all hnprfbabtr tmlrbA tmlrbAtraditional tmprsbaghtraditional r rtraditional
traditional dragon is darcrlb ilesenlbei ilesenlbeilast i ilast i ilast
last living specimens as me meprlmtlve met metprimtlve
man

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