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+ f 0 SALT LAKE THEATRE THEATRESaturday THEATRESaturday TEEATBESaturday +
k + Saturday matinee and night nighttfce nightt uighttie +
+ tie t eUn University versity Dramatic club in inin inin + f ff
+ f in The Amazons AmaZonsGRAND AmazonsL +
4 + GRAND THEATRE To Tof Tonight Toiilght +
L + f night First lrst Regiment Band Bandf Bandconcert Bandconcert +
+ f concert Monday Tuesdayf Tuesdayff Tuesday TuesdayWednesday TuesdayWednesday +
+ f Wednesday and WednesdayJpatinee Wednesdaypat1nee Wednesday + f ff
+ f matinee The Peddlers Peddlersf PeddlersClaim Pedd1erIJ +
IJ + f Claim Thursday matinee and andevening andevening + f ff
+ f evening Friday Saturday and andSaturday andSaturday andSaturday +
+ Saturday matinee The White Whitef WhiteSlave WhiteSlave +
+ f Slave The engagement of ofThQ ofI +
I + The White Slaye begins with withf witha +
+ f a a special matinee on Lincolns Lincolnsf LincolnsQirthday +
+ f birthday Thursday Feb 12 12HAS 12HAS 12r +
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r the green room vanished from fromthe fromthe fromthe
HAS the earth earthThe earthThe earthThe
The question Was asked by a adisillusioned adlslJlusloned adisillusioned
disillusioned young man who stepped steppedinto steppedInto steppedInto
into the world behind the curtain curtain at atthe atthe atthe
the Salt Lake theatre last week So Sofar Sotar SoL
L tar as ai Salt Lake is concerned the thequestion theQuestion thequetlon
question must be answered in the af affirmative affirmative atflrn3atlve ¬
firmative There is no green room roomhere roomh roomFI
FI here h re in the old acceptation of the term termThat termThat termI
I That is to say there Is no place behind behindthe behindthe behindthe
the curtain where the actorsand actors and ac actresses actresses actresses ¬
tresses gather gath r to chat with each other otherand otherand Othean
and an with callers while they await their theircues theircues theircues
cues cuesWas Wns Was there ever a green room roomWell roomW oom oomWell
Well W ll yes The green room was once onceone Qn gnccone e eone
one of the most Jmportant adjuncts to tothe tothe tothe
the theatre Nearly a century ago agoThflpdore agoThepdore agoThepdore
Thepdore E Hook an English EI JlIsh humor humorist humorIst humor1st ¬
ist wrote wrotoThe wroteThe wroteThe
The Friday came and for the first firsttlmo firsttlmo firsttlm
tlmo tlm In my life I found myself in the thegreen thegreen thegreen
green room of a theatre theatreIt it was liter literally literally literally ¬
ally a green room room Into which light was wasadmitted wast Wasadmitted
t admitted by a thing like a cucumber cucumberframe cucumberframe cucumberframe
frame at one end of it It was mat matted mattrd mattcd ¬
ted and round the walls ran a bench benchcovered benchcGverec1 benchccverecl
covered with faded green stuff where whereupon whereupop whereJ ¬
J upon the dramatis personae deposited depositedthemselves depositedthemselves depositedthemselves
themselves until called to go upon the theBtage theBtage thestage
Btage a lookingglass under the sky skylight skylight skylight ¬
light and alarge a large bottle of water and a atxmibler attm1b aI
I tumbler ttm1b er jn on the chimneypiece chimney piece com completed COmpIted cornI ¬
I pleted tire th furniture of this classic classicapartment classicapartmnt classicapartment
apartment apartmentThat apartmntTlat apartmentThat
That doesnt sound very Inviting does doesit
it But it is a lot more Invltlng than thanthe thanthe thanthe
the world at the back Is today There ThereIs ThereF
Is i nothing but business on the other otherside otherHIde otherside
side of the curtain Men in overalls overallsKPem overallsfpcm overallssEein
KPem to be monarchs of all they sur survey surY curThe ¬
F vey Y The girls who looked like queens queensfrom Queensfrom queensfrom
from the front of the house are only onlyvery onlyv onlyvery
very v < ry ordinary women with Inches more moreor moreor moreUi
or less of rouge and grease paint dis disfiguring disfiguring ¬
l figuring their countenances countenancesThe
I The star Is In his hl dressing room or orher orher orher
her dressing room as the case may be beand beund
I and the rest of the people are scattered scatteredthrough scatteredthrough scatteredthrough
through the various little coops pro provided proIded proI ¬
I vided Ided for the hoi polloI of the stage stageNo stageNo
I No chattering no merry laughter no noairy noairy nop
p airy persiflage per l ftge no wine drinking with withthe withthe withr
r the chappias no anything but work workwork workwork
I work work So those who prefey prete to tocling toding tocling
cling to their Idols will do well to stay stayIn stayIn stayIn
In front of the curtain People who are aretempted aretmpted aretempted
tempted to go back find almost with without w1thout without ¬
out exception that the feet of the idols idolsare Idolsare idolsare
are clay or nose putty utty or paint or orsomething orsomething orsomething
something horrible of that sort sortTfap lIortThi sortThe
The green room Is not In Its deca decadence decance decai ¬
i dence > nce It IB just plain dead thats all allFrom
4 4From 4 4From
From that fountainhead of theatrical theatricalIntelligence theatricalhlteJ1lgence theatricalI
I Intelligence New York City Clt comes the thereport therEpqrt thereport
report that certain ambitious play playwrights playrlghts playwrights ¬
wrights are engaged in dramatizing
Eugene Fields pathetic poem Little LittleBoy LlttleBoy LittleBoy
Boy Blue To those who are familiar familiarwith famUiarwith familiarwith
with this classic the Idea that it can be bedramatized bedramatized bedramatized
dramatized Is simply blasphemous One Onewould Onewould Onecould
would as a soon on think of dramatizing the theLords theLords theLords
Lords prayer or the ten command commandments commandmeqts commandmexfls ¬
ments Listen to the poem poemThe poemThe poemThe
The little toy dog IB covered with dust dustBut dustBut dustBut
But sturdy and stanch he stands standsMid standsnd >
Mid nd the little tin soldier is red with rust rustAnd rustAnd rustAnd
V And his musket molds In his hands handsTime handsTIme handsTime
Time was when the little toy dog wasnev wasnew was wasnew
new newAnd nevAnd newAnd
And the soldier was passing fair fairAnd fairAnd lairAnd
And th tht t was the theUmo time when our Little
Boy Blue BlueKissed BlueIOsse BlueNissed
Kissed them and put thorn there thereNow thereNow thereNow
Now dont you move mOve till I come be hesaid besaid besaid
said saidAnd saidA1d saidArid
And dont you make any noise noiseThtn noiseTht noiseThn
Thtn Tht n h toddled away to his trundle bed bedTo bedTo bedTo
To dream of his pretty toys toysAnd toysAnd toysL
L And wJiilo w llo he was dreaming an angel angelsong angelsong angelsong
song songAwakened songAWaken songI
I Awakened d our Little Ll t1e Boy Blue BlueOh BlucOh Bluel
l Oh the years cars are many the years are arelong arelong
1 long longBut longBut
But the little toy friends are true trueAye trueAye trueAye
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Aye true to our Little Boy Blue they theystand theystand theystand
stand standEach standEach standEach
Each in th the same old place placeVwaitlng placewalUng placeI
I Vwaitlng the touch of a little hand handIho handrho handI
I rho smile smlleo ot t a little face faceAnd ra fa4eAnd e eAnd
And they wonder wonder as passing p pdssing s5lng the long longyears longyears longi
i years through throughrn
rn n the dust of that little chair chairWhat chairWhat chairWhat
What has become of our Little Boy Bo Blue BlueSince BlueSince BlueSince
Since he kissed them and put them there thereIsnt thereIsnt thereIsnt
Isnt It 1 sacrilege to think of dramatiz dramatizing dramatizIng dramaticing ¬
ing anything like that thatThursday thatt
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1 Thursday t night for thefirst time in infiftyfive Infiftyfive InI
I fiftyfive nights the Grand was dark darkyesterday darkYesterday darkYesterday
yesterday another long series began beganwith beganwith beganwith
with the matinee production of 44The 44ThePeddlers The ThePeddlers Thepeddlers
Peddlers Claim TJie Grand will not notbe notbe notbe
be dark again for aJongf time to come comeToe comeThe
The Salt Lake theatre will wJUbe be dark
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forthemost tor the most ost ofthe ofthelweek of the 1veelc eekThe The Th only onlyattraction o onlyattraction IY IYattraction
attraction booked IS the tl e University UniversityDramatic UniversityDram tlziiversityDramatic
Dramatic Dram tlc club in The Amazons Amazonswhich Am Amazonswhich zons zonswhich
which will 111 be produced pr 1uced there Saturday Saturdayafternoon Saturqayaftornoon Saturdayafternoon
afternoon and evening eenl g for the benefit benefitof
of Q the theSwedish Swedish famine sufferers Ari Arizona ArIzona Anzona ¬
zona opens opens a week from tomorrow for fora
a solid week in eluding the regular regularSTORIES reularnmHIi regularmatlueee
nmHIi matlueee matlueeeSTOEIEZ ep t t tS
STORIES S ORIES ABOUT ou PLAYERS PLAYERSMr
Mr Ir aita lt Mrs Edwin Milton BoyLe fRpylebaje BoyLehae RoyCha
baje ha hae e beien b9 n offered the leadlrfg leadh g parts Jinan Jin anunimportant in inan
an unimportant Important New York Yortproductl production productionWhich produt1onwhich n nwhloh
Which wiH be made known at an early earlydate earTydate earlydate
date dateTheytell
4 4hhytell
Theytell TJt tell a new story of George Mus Musgrove Slus Slusgrove l S Sgrove I
grove at whose theatre t eatre In Melbourne MelbourneNellie MelbourneNelUe MelbourneNellie
Nellie Melba has been singing She Shemissed Shemissed Shemissed
missed a performance through thro gh Indis Indisposition indisposition ¬
position and an Irate old party who whohad whohad whohad
had brought his family to town was wasnot wasnot
not content with the return of the theticket theticket theticket I
ticket money mone He demanded d the cash cashspent cashspent cashspent
spent in railway fares Musgrove sent senthim senthim senthim
him the following reply replyDear replyDear replyDear
Dear Sir I went to London to see seethe seethe seethe
the coronation It was postponed in inconsequence Inconsequence Inconsequence
consequence of the kings illness Whenthe When Whenthe II
the British government refunds me my mypassage mypassage mypassage
passage money I shall be glad to send sendyou sendyou I Iyou
you the amount of your railway fare fareMost I II
4 4Most I
Most pantomime characters were wereoriginally wereoriginally I Ioriginally
originally borrowed b rrowed from the Italians ItaliansThe ItaliansThe
The first real English pantomime wasproduced was wasproduced wasproduced
produced at a theatre in Lincolns Inn InnFields InnFields InnFields
Fields In 1720 It was called Harlequin HarlequinExecuted HarlequinExecuted HarlequinExecuted
Executed and its subtitle was A ANew ANew ANew
New Italian Comic Scene Between a aScaramouche aScaramouche aScaramouche
Scaramouche a Harlequin a Country CountryFarmer countryFarmer CountryFarmer
Farmer His Wife and Others The Theperformance Theperormance Theperformance
performance was very successful successfulAbout successfulAbout successfulAbout
About the middle of the eighteenth cen century century century ¬
tury the character of pantomime per performances performanc performaneds ¬
formances s was completely altered alteredchiefly alteredchiefly alteredchiefly
chiefly because bec l1 p of the genius of the thefamous thefamous theZamous
famous GrImaldI who made ma e the clown clownthe clownthe clownthe
the first flr t figure in the pantomime pantomimeGrlmaldl p4nt ptntomlmeGrimaldi mlme mlmeGrimaldi
Grimaldi first appeared at Sadlers SadlersAVells SadlersVells SadlersWells
Wells theatre where he played the part partof partof partof
of a monkey He was actively engaged engagedon
on the stage for fortynine years and andat andat andat
at the close of his career he took a abenefit abenefit abenefit
benefit at Drury Lane theatre which whichrealized whichreallzed whichrealized
realized nearly E600 600 He also realized
JtOO 100 from the Drury I > rury Lane fund This Thiswas ThisWas Thiswas
was in June 1828 18 He died in 1837 3
andvwaa an wa s burled In the churchyard of ofSt ofSt i iGolden
St James ames chapel Pentonv11le Hm HmGolden HillGolden
Golden Penny PennyMiss
4 4Miss 4 t tIlss
Miss Ilss Lillian Sinnott the 14yearold 14yearoldgirl
girl who has made a hit In Miss Millie MillieJames MIllIeJames MillieJames
James old part of Simplicity Johnson Johnsonin
in Lovers Lane met with a singular singularaccident singularaccIdent singularaccldent
accident at the Cleveland Lyceum the theother theother theother
other night An incident of the school schoolrecess 5ch09lrecess schoolrecess
recess scene is a particularly strenuous strenuousflst strenuousfist strenuousfist
fist fight between two of the urchins urchinswho urchinswho urchinswho
who put up a more exciting bout than thanusually thanusually thanusually
usually Is offered at the average sport sportIng sportIng sportIng
Ing club When they have roughed Jough d It Itthrough Itthrough itthrough
through a couple of rounds Miss 1t s Sm Smnott Smnott Smnott
nott parts the combatants In the theresultant theresultant theresultant
resultant mixup one of the boys acci accidentally accidentally ¬
dentally kicked Miss MissSinnott Sinnott in thesolar thesolarplexus thesolarplexus thesolarplexus
plexus She promptly took the th count countand COUfltand bountand
and fainted away The curtain was wasrung wasrung wasrung
rung down in the midst of the excite excitement excitement excitement ¬
ment and E D j Price began b gan telephon telephoning telephonInlt telephonintn ¬
ing for skilled physicians Under their theirministrations theirministrations theirministrations
ministrations Miss Sinnott regained regainedconsciousness regaInedconsciousness regainedconsciousness
consciousness and eebly whispered the thestereotyped thestere thestereotyped
stereotyped stere typed Where > am amn I After Afterhalf Afterhalt Afterhalf
half an hours delay deliiyshe she was able to toresume torftsume torQsume
resume her part The boxingbout boXIng bout Is Isnow Isnow isnow
now conducted < l with greater dignity
discretion and decorum decorumHarry
4Harry 4 4Harry
Harry Corson Clarke has again en entereattJgJtsakaof enteredJhU enis
tereattJgJtsakaof teredJhU ts > Qf3 acJorrmanagersjsnd acJorrmanagersjsndweeks OJID anasersEind
is 11JQtito Qpel qp aaeason of sixteen s1CteenweeIDrJrr sixteenveek I
weeks weeIDrJrr veek JirSeattleandsSan lirS Seatttenn attIettndSan an Francisco Fran fs oi In Inboth Inboth Inboth
both of these cfMesMr cJltesl < < Clarke ha halong halongJ long
J 5 i < <
c j
been b en popular and there Is no doubt doubtthat doubtUat doubtthat
that his hi present ptesentimterprlse enterprise will be b as asprofitable asproflt I IprojI
profitable projI ble as his hispast past ventures have havebeeriT haveb havebeen
beeriT b been e After nel leaving the east last sum summer summer summen ¬
mer Mr Clarke played a successful sea season sea8on seas ¬
son s zf oh iitIie the road r ad andfor and for eight weeks weeksat
at the Republic theatre San Francisco Franciscohe Franciscohe
he made a succession of pronounced pronouncedhits
hits in the various roles ol of his reper repertoire repertoire repertoire ¬
toire The new n company has already alreadywon alreadywon alreadywon
won high favor in San Francisco It Itincludes Iti ItInelude
includes i cludes Margaret Dale Owen Lillian LillianAlbertson LU1ianAlbertson LillianAlberthon
Albertson Donah D nali Benrimo Claudia ClaudiaRogers ClaudiaRogers ClaudiaRogers
Rogers Julia Walcott Lorraine Lyons LyonsHenry LonsHenry LyonsHenry
Henry Bradley George Bosworth Wil William WilhamHarris ¬
liam WlmHarris Harris Howard Trull and Edward EdwardGeorge EdwardGeorge EdwardGeorge
George On Feb 1 Mr Clarke will willbegin wl11begin wiltbegin
begin a bsixw six weeks ks season with his com company comp cornany ¬
p pany any ny at the Seattle theatre Seattle Seattleand Seattleanll Seattlettrid
and from there will return to San SanFjrancisco SanErancisco SanFrancisco
Francisco fr a season of f ten weeks weeksIn weeksI weeksIn
In I both cities cltieshe he will present the corn comedies cornedies ¬
edies in which he has haswon won notable suc sucClara success suecess
cess cessCl cessCitra
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Clara Cl ra Morris who has ha been very se seriously seriously ceriously ¬
riously 111 at her home near Yonkers Yonkewwas YonkewaS
was reported to be very ver much unproved improvedyesterday unprovedyesterday unprovedyesterday
yesterday The doctor in attendance attendanceslated attendancestated attendancestatefi
slated that her fever had abated abatedthough abatedthough abatedthough
though she is still prostrated nervous nervously nervously ¬
ly Miss Morris pecuniary affairs are arealso arealso arealso
also brightening Early last week she shewas shewasthreat shewas
was wasthreat threateiied rted Witb the th foreclosure of ofa of1t ofn
a 1t mortgage I i 1 rtg rtgae g pn her home and indeed indeedthe Inde indeefithe d dthe
the process server s rver was as instructed to tonail ton tonail
nail n tl a notice on the door But in the thelast tl1 tl1Jast thelast
last twdt tw twodays t days a number numb r of it prominent prominentand Pr mlnen mlnenind
and wealthy men have come to her er aid aidOf aldr aldOf aidOf
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Of Miss U s Mabel fabelBouton Bouton the tIl Salt Lake Lakegirl Lakeghl Lakeglr1
girl who wh died l d in New York Wednesday Wednesdaythe Wednesllathe
the New York Telegraph of Monday Mondaysaysi Mondaysays Mondaysays
says saysiMrs says
Mrs lrS C W Bouton Miss Boutons Boutonsmother Boutonsmother Boutonsmother
mother has arrived in this city fr frSalt rl rlSalt < i iSalt
Salt Lake City CIt and Is constantly at the thedying thedying thedying
dying actress bedside Miss Bouton Boutondoes Boutondoes Boutondoes
does not realize she he Is so near her end endand epdand endand
and expresses much satisfaction sa sfaction at
having her mother with her herI
I shall return home with you said saidMiss saidMiss
Miss Boutpn to her mother yesterday yesterdayand esterdayand
and remain there until I am well wellenough wellenough vellenough
enough to go back to my work I shall shallbe shallbe shallbe
be glad to go home h meonce once more moreNo morel morelNo moreNo
No word has been received rec ived lately latelyfrom latelyfrom lateWfrom
from Miss Boutons sister Madeline Madelinewho MadelInewho Madelinewho
who is now the Baroness Nimptsch NimptschWhen Nlmptschhen NimptschWhen
When hen Miss Bouton was first taken ill 111Herman mHerman illHerman
Herman L Roth received a table mes message m mssage s ssage ¬
sage from the baroness asking him to todo todo todo
do whatever he could for her sisters sisterscomfort slsterscomort sisterscomfort
comfort Since that time neither Miss MIsaBouton MissBouton MissBouton
Bouton nor her immediate friends seem seemto seemto seemto
to have received any word from the sis sister sister sicter ¬
ter
Miss Boutons other sister Cloy Cloywho Cloywho Cloywho
who was also an actress has not been beenbefore beenbefore beenbefore
before the public since she married a aprize aprize aprize
prize fighter several years ago and left leftthe leftthe leftthe
the city citySome citySome
4 4Some
Some of the best lines spoken on the thestage thestage thestage
stage often have their origin not in the theauthors theauthor theauthors
authors s brain but in some unexpected unexpectedwitticism unexpectedwitticism unexpectedwitticism
witticism or impromptu repartee out outside outside ¬
side the theatre Such happens to tothe b bthe tthe
the case with one of the bright lines of ofThe ofThe ofThe
The Taming of Helen which was waswritten waswritten waswritten
written by Richard Harding Davis for forHenry or orHenry
Henry Miller MillerThe MillerThe l1lJerThe
The Incident Incld nt giving the origin of the thelines th thlInes thelines
lines occurred at t Elmlra N Y several severalweeks severalweeks severalweeks
weeks ago when one of the actors actorsfell fell
RobIna in II Arizona
ill suddenly and Davis the author authorvolunteered authorvolunteered authorvolunteered
volunteered to take his place There Therewas Therewas Therewas
was but one line of importance for him himto himto himto
to speak but he became very nervous nervousas
as the time approached for his entry entryand entryand entryand I
and Miller came rushing out of his hisdressing hisdressing hisdressing
dressing room thinking the author had hadalready hadalready hadalready
already been on He grabbed Davis Davishand Davlshand Davishand
hand and exclaimed exclaimedYoure excla exclaimedYoure med medYoure
Youre great Davis Wagner has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been out in front and says youre mak making making maltIng ¬
ing a big hit with the audience audienceReally audienceReally audienceReally
Really said the astonished Davis DavisI
I I scarcely can believe that Mr Mil Miller MUler Mitler ¬
ler
Fact though Wagner Just told toldme toldm toldme
me m i iThats
meThats Thats very strange indeed said saidDavis saidDavis saidDavis
Davis because be ause you see I havent haventbeen haventbeen havezitbeen
been on yet yetMiller yetMiller yetMiller
Miller paused a moment momentllnd and then thensmiled thensmiled thensmiled
smiled Yes he said thats why whytheyre whytheyre whytheyre
theyre so pleased pleasedDavis pleasedDavis i iDavis
Davis liked the line so soinuch much he In Incorporated IncOrPorated incorporated ¬
corporated It in the theatre the tre scene of ofThe ofThe ofThe
The Taming of Helen HelenDuring HelenDuring HelenDuring
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During a recent engagement of Art Arizona ArlI ArlIzona Artzona ¬
zona in one of the small Connecticut Connecticuttowns Connecticutton5 Connecticuttowns
towns an elderly gentleman with 1thmultl 1thmultlfarlous multi multifarious multifarious ¬
farious whiskers whtsk rs accompanied by his hiswife hIswife hiswife
wife occupied oc upie seats in the last row of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the orchestra orch stra Underneath the setting
forth of the cast in the programme was wasthe wasthe waathe
the usual synopsis of Jf f the scenes sten sCenesnnd sCenesnndthe s and andthe undthe
the last line read Act JVSRIrte V same as asact asact asact
act L IP 1 When th the curtain fell on the
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third tbidat act t tnp old olet maw picked up his hishat hishat hishat
hat and umbrella and said to tohis his com companion companlonCome companion ¬
panion panlonCome Come along MariaWe Maria We can canketch canitetch an anketch
ketch that 1030 train If we hurry The Theprogrammesays TheprQgramme Theprqgraflime
programmesays prQgramme sa says s1ast last act is the same ez ezthe ezthe ezthe
the fust and ntl I dont see no use of ofwaiting otw ofwaiting
waiting w ltlng to tooOk look at It over again And Andthey Andthey Andthey
they f marveling at his cleverness clevernesshustled clevern clevernesshustled 5s 5shustled
hustled off homeward homewardThis homewardt homewardThIs homewardThis
t
This is whatTa what hata California C Ca11i6r I1fornla writer has hasto hasto hasto
to say of David D Dav1dWrAeld vId War VaVSeld eld who is star starring starring starring ¬
ring in n The h Auctioneer AuctI n eg The Jew Jewis Jewis
is 1 not th the call Q l itole roe be e can f n play pla and andwith andwlt andaith
with wlt that combined combltleClpatbQ comb1ne pathos and comedy comedyone comedygue comedyotl
one otl feels temptedto thmpteci E pt d t9say say he is the le legitimate 1egitlmate legitimate ¬
gitimate successorofthe 6ucces rrt old comedians comediansnew
new represented TepresentedbJo by b Joseph J seph Jefferson Jeffersonbut Jetrers Jeffersonb3
but butO b3 of f them all airTt I haveVseen h base V seen een none whose whosetouch whoseouch uhosetouch
touch of deep humansentiment human sentiment Is so sosure 50sure
sure sure so convincing convincingAfter CO conVlneS conVlneSAfter Vlncln 1
I
t tAfter
After Williamtflllette WUllam jlUette had h d completed completedwrjtlng completedwriting
writing the th play plaroQ ofi Sherlock Holmes Holmesin
in Lower California Call1 rnl he resumed his histour histour
tour of Secfetf S SecfeSeiUce t Service j E In San Fran FranI Francico
I Cisco cl co he was burnedout bUI11 burjiclo i j1nlt tat at the Baldwin Baldwintheatre
j theatre The ijTay 1ay w ivits > is s among the thei theproperty theproperty
i property destroyed destroy d Mr Gillette was wasstopping wasai wasstopplng
stopping at thePalaWnotel th the taee41otel at the thetime thetime thetime
time and an < l his Is stage st stagesnanhger ge manager n ger rushed to tohis tohis toh18
his room woke WOkeliitfl him himnnd and told him that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the newplay new play of Sherlock Sh riiic Holmes as aswell asI aswell
I well as hiasSecret hhftSecr hIaSecrtSeireicet ts ServiceJ rvlce production productionhad
I had been destroyed d Mrr Mr Gillette GllletterlJ1 in his hisusual hisusunl hisusuCl
usual quiet way wa > asked askedIs askedIs skedIs
Is there any lI1ydanger danger of this hotel hotelburning hotelpurnIngJ hotelhurning
burning burningThe purnIngJ purnIngJThe hurningThe
The stage manager managerfWas waa was rather taken takenback takenback takenback
back and n 1d declared that th t he thought it itwas Itw Itwas
was w s perfectly p rfe t1y safe safeThen safeThensaid j jXhensald
Then Xhensald said Mr Gillette come and andtell andtell andtell
tell me your troubles in the morning morningGoodnight fnornlngGoodl morningGoodh1git
Goodnight GoodnightMr Goodl lglt lgltMr
Mr Gillette Glli tte rewrote rewr te the play of ofSherlock ofSherlock ofSherlockHolmes
Sherlock SherlockHolmes Holmes in ten days and andfor andtoro andtortouritrs
for toro tortouritrs foury r ars rs it has hasproen proven to be one oneof oneot oneof
of the greatest successes uccess s ever put on onany onany onany
any stages stagesBlanche stag stagI
4 4Blanche
Blanche Walsh has 1as begun gegunrebearsals gegunrebearsalsfor rehearsals rehearsalsfor
I for Resurrection RJSUU ectlon In which VhichShe she will willcreate wUlcreate xviiicreate
create in inmerica America merlca the role of Maslova Maslovaat
at the Victoria theatre Feb 16 The TheDaughter Thej
j I Daughter of Hamllcair H II4nlcar1 InOc I In which Miss MissWalsh MIssWalsh MissWalsh
Walsh has ham miade the t thegr srelitest e hest success of ofher ofher ofher
her career has l a been bee n laId laid aside tempo temporarily tempo1arlly temporarity ¬
rarity In ordertKaJishe rd frt i lish may avail her herself herse1ot herself ¬
self se1ot of an opportunity oPP Ott nlty that is too toolm toolmpprtantta im important haportant ¬
portant pprtantta tobe e laisregaTded ij1 rekurded Wagenhals WagenhalsKemper WagenhalsKemper WagenhalsKemper
Kemper Kemper MI MIsWa1shs Walshs managers managersmay m managersmay nagers nagersmay
may be saldVtobe s saidjO i to Ilje beIilfng killing two theatrical theatricalbirds theatricalbirds theatricalbirds
birds with wlthot one dx tone ton by making this thisunexpected thl thlunexpected thisuflexpected
unexpected mpye mQye Not only nly have they theysecured theysebured theysecured
secured sebured forAhelr for tl1eJJ star st r a role that Is the
most Important inipcIt of the season fieasonbut but they theyhave j iIII iIIIhave
have done donesovlth so with the understanding understandingthat
that at the end ei nl of the New ew York run runof runI runof
of Resurrection at the Victoria they theyshafl J Jshall
I shall have unlimited time for a New NewHamllcar NewI NewYork
york appearance of The Daughter or ofIlamilcar
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Ncw that his new newcomic comic opera Peg Peggy Jeggy eg eggy ¬
gy From Paris has been successfully successfullylaunched successfullylaunQhed successfullylaunched
launched In Chicago George Ade Ad has hasannounced hasann ha haannounced
announced ann unced his intention of paying a avisit a avisit avisit
visit to New York In the near future to towitness towitness towItness
witness the performance of his Sultan Sultanof Sultanot
of Sulu at Wallacks Despite the fact factthat factthat factthat
that he is a coiner of words ords and the theslang theslang theslang
slang purveyor purv yor extraordinary to the theAmerican theAnHrlcan theAmerican
American people Ade is a a coward when whenIt
It comes to making a speech before theeurtaln the thecurtain theeurtain
curtain and it t was wa this spirit of cow cowardice cowardice cowardice ¬
ardice that prevented his coming to toNew toNew toNew
New York to see the initial perform performance performance performance ¬
ance of The Sultan at Wallacks WallacksOnce WallacksOnce WailacksOnceupon
Once Onceupon upon a time Ade made a speech speechat
at t the old Whltechapel White chapel club in Chica Chicago Chicago Chicago ¬
go and the resu re retiLt w was w wa so painful that thathe thathe thathe
he has Wf never nev r attempted aH mpted to repeat the theperformance theperformance theperformance
performance performanceWhen performanceWheit
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When tTh n the Foxy Qulllercompany Qulllercompanyarrived Qul11er company companyarrlved companyarrived
arrived in D Denver ner recently recen ly Richard RichardGolden RichardGolden RichardGolden
Golden the star and Adolph ZInk hap happened happened happened ¬
pened to enter ent r the hotel together togetherGolden togetherGolden togetherGolden
Golden is a man inan of medium height heightwhile heightwhlIe heightwhiLe
while Zlnk stands only three feet nine nineInches nineiJ1che nineipehes
Inches In his hJ hshoes shoes oes being the thefanlOus thefanlOusUllIputian famouslilllputlan famous fauouslilliputian
lilllputlan comedian comedianThe c cqrnediauThe 1J1 dlan dlanrh
The rh clerk clerkQQJdng lerk looking down at Zink took tookhim tookhim tookhim
him for Goldmens qo s son sonYour Bpn BpnYour n nYour
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Golden said the clerk but we wecharge wont wontcharge wontcharg
charge anything for the th boy boyZink boyZin1t boyZink
Zink bemg0 beln years old and just like likeany likeany likeany
any other man man except pept for his height heightwas heightwas heightwas
was furious But before he could utter uttera
a word Golden saw s w a splendid oppor opportunity opportunity opportunity ¬
tunity for a practical joke Thats Thatsvery Thatsvery Thatsvery
very kind of you YQuhe he said saidCome Come son sonwell sonweJlg annwellgo
weJlg well go up to the thtroorn thtroornZink room roomZink roomZinke
Zink Instead Inste d of f making a fuss fusswalkea fussva fusswalkel
walkea va k i1 off With Golden and aI bided bid d his histime histim histime
time timeThat tim timeThat
timTh That Th t evening when the clerk had hadtumbled hadtumbJed badtumbled
tumbled to the little mans Identity Identityhe I Ibe
he started to apologize but Zink Zinkwouldnt Zinkwouldnt Zinkwouldnt
wouldnt let lethlm him taUt at all and went wenton wentOil wentOIL
Oil occupying oc UI > InS the same room as Golden GoldenAt GoldenAt I IAt
At theend of the week the clerk hand handed handed ¬ I Ied
ed Zlnk his bill Then the little man manhanded manhanded I Ihanded
handed it back with the remark Oh OhJ1Q Ohno
1 no that isnt mine Papa will pay my mybill my11l1 mykill
bill 11l1 The tables were completely completelyI completelyturned
I turned t rned on Golden who dug up the theamount theamount theamount
amount of ofZtnksboltrd Zinks board for the entire entirei entireweek entireweek
i week weekGeorge weekGcorge
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George Primrose and andLew Lew Dockstader Dockstaderare
are ar to tadissolve dissolve their partnership at the theend theend theend
end of the season and the company companynow compliny complinyJ
now J bearing thenames of the two twomin twomintrels twoininstrels min minstrels ¬
strels Is to be continued under the theleadership theleadership i ileadership
leadership of Dockstader Because of ofthis otthis ofthis
this dissolution of partnership Klaw KlawErlanger Kia KiaErlanger KlatiEnlanger
Erlanger will not carry out their an announced announced anouied ¬
nounced intention of organizing a min minstrel mlnstreJ ¬ I Istrel
strel corppany headed by Mr Dock DockIstader Dockstader I Istader
Istader stader to tour t t the country next season seasonThe seasonhe I I1he
The he reason for this change of plans planson I Ion
on the part of the prominent theatrical theatricalfirm theatricalfirm I Iflrm
firm is due wholly to the newly formed formedresolution for ed edresQluUon I Iresiution
resolution of 0 George Primrose to the theeffect theeff I Ieffect
effect eff ct that this Is to be his last year yearat yearat yearat
at the th thehead head ofa minstrel company companyWhen companyWhen1t companyWhen
When When1t it was learned that he was to toretire toretire toretire
retire Mr Dockstader saw that it itwould Itw I Iwbuld
would w uld be e a more desirable thing for forhim forhIm farhim
him If possible to take the company companyof company
of which heis he is now a member and run runIt runIt runIt
It with James Decker the present presentmanager presentIager I Imanager
manager Iager of the organization as his hismanager hismanager hismanager
manager than t an to carry out his pre prerarranged prearranged prearranged
arranged plan of heading the big min minstrel mlnsfrelcomp mm mmstrei ¬
strel sfrelcomp company ny planned plan ed by Klaw KIa Er Erlanger Erlanger Erlanger ¬
langer langerAccordingly
Accordingly he secured his release releasefrom releasefrom releasefrom
from the managers manag rs who thereupon an announced anQunced anfiouned ¬
nounced the abandonment of their pro proposed propo proposed ¬
posed po ed minstrel ompany companyRecently ompanyRecently
4 4Recently
Recently Selina Fetter Royle went wenthunting wenthuntlng wenthunttng
hunting for apartments in New York YorkTo Yorkroone Yorkopne
To roone opne one Janitor sh she said I want a nice nicegunny nicesunny nicesunn
gunny sunny sunn room you know Whats the theexpense thexpcnse theexpense
expense Mr lIrJanltor Janitor Two hundred hundreddollars hundreddoUars hundreddoijars
dollars a month madam madamLouis madamLols
4 4Louis
Louis James and Frederick Warde Wardeare Wardeare Wardeare
are making a triumphal tour of the thelarge thelarge thelarge
large cities on the Paciflc coast In Inevery Inevery Inevery
every city the sign Standing Room RoomOnly RoomOnly RoomOnly
Only has to be displayed Evidently EvidentlyShakespeare EvidentlyShakesP EvidentlyShakespeare
Shakespeare ShakesP ar does doesnot not spell bankruptcy
William WIUlamGlllette Gillette who makes his first firstappearance firstappearance firstappearance
appearance here In Sherlock Sh erlOCk Holmes Holmesshortly Holmesshortly I Ishortly
shortly is perhaps the most successful successfulliving successful111ng successfulliving
living dramatist Born of wealthy par parents parents ¬ I Ients
ents he at a very early age developed developeda I Ia
a tendency for things theatrical and andhas andba5 t I Iha
has ha made It his life work His first play playwas playwas I Ivas
was The Professor and his list of ofsuccesses ofsuccesses I Isuccesses
successes successes includes The Private Secre Secretary Secretaryh Secretary ¬
tary taryh Because She Loved Him So SoToJMuch SoTojMuch SoToMuch
ToJMuch Johnson JohnsonA11 All the t e Comforts Comfortsof
of Hcme Held by the Enemy Se Secret Secret Secret ¬
cret Service and Sherlock Holmes Holmesa t
a collection of successful plays not notequaled notequaled j jequaled
equaled by any dramatist of recent recenttimes recenttlmesw recenttimes
times Mr Gillettes Income from these theseplays theseplays theseplays
plays is something enormous and a aconservative i iconservative iconservatlYe
conservative estimate makes him the thewealthiest thevta1thiest thewealthiest
wealthiest actor on the dramatic stage stagetoday stagetaday stagetoday
today His performance of Sherlock SherlockHolpies SherlockHOlJI1es SherlockHolmes
Holmes Is said to be the most wonder wonderful wonderful wonderful ¬
ful entertainment nt It ran an n entire sea season 1ieason season ¬
son in New York another anotl1 r season in inLondon InLondon inLondon
London and this is his second season seasonon seasonon seasonon
on tie road in this country At the theend theend theend
end of r his season Sherlock Holmes Holmeswill Holmeswlll Holmeswill
will be s shelved she1 d so thatthe that the coming visit visitwill visitwin visitwill
will be the last as well as the first in inwhich Inwbich inwhicth
which Mr Gillette G1l1 tt W1l1be will vlir be seen se seeii < ri asthe asthegreatjletective astheof astheltii
greatjletective ltii ct 1e of I1 fiction ctlcin4 t o j v f fCttJfj 1u 1The fJ
CttJfj u J t +
The world1 or1d tlldsUll lldsUll Wlisaharbors karb t rs many souls soulsfilled soulsllledwIth soulsIIed
filled llledwIth IIed with the thePtiNltforhtstrloni thirst for forhztrioni histrionic iau
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rels and a seat In the theTempl Temple of Famej Famejand Fam Famand Fanterand
and managers are as ever beset by the theapneals theapjeals
apneals 8 of O fthe the thirsty thlr S ty says the Dra Dramatic Dr Dramatte
matte Mirror W H Fulwood man manager manager manager ¬ 1
ager of the Wilbur Opera Op a company at atBradford atBradford a t tBradford
Bradford Pa sends the Mirror a anaive anaive
naive letter from one who certainly certainlycannot certainlycannot certainlycannot
cannot be accused ot hiding his light lightunder llghtunder lightunder
under a bushel This Inspired soul In Ina ina i
a muchbeblotted letter asks Do you youneed youneed youneed
need any anyone one to help wlth your com cornpany j jpany i
pany I am looking for that kind of ofa ofa
a Job Although I do not know much muchabout muchabout muchabout i
about an actor I would like to be one oneI oneI oneI
I am not much good at writing with withink I IInk I IInk
Ink but I can dance the e clog a little littleThats littleThats
Thats about aboutaJl aboutaJlAnother all allAnother alIAnother
Another modest m dest aspirant writes to toLouis toLouis toLouis
Louis A Phillips of the Lyceum the theatre theatre theatre
atre Brooklyn This young man would wouldlike I Ilike Ilike
like to be a stage porter or sell can candles candies ¬ I IdIesYO
dies dIesYO He adds I am tmsmaU small for my myagef myage n nage
age very comical can make more fun funin f funia n nIn
in five e minutes mln tes than anybody can canmake canmake canmake
make in one hour A rather sweep sweepIng sw sweepthg p ping
Ing statement Furthermore he states statesthat statesthat statesthat
that he Is no crank that he means meansbusiness meansbusiness meansbusiness
business and ends by wishing Mr MrPhillips MrPhillips MrPhillips
Phillips a HappyNew Happy New Year and re requests requests requests ¬
quests a 3 QUick answer answerYet
Yet another laurel seeker this tlme tlmea
a woman writes to Charles A Chase Chasemanager Chasemanager Chasemanager
manager of AJden Benedicts attrac attractions attractions attractions ¬
tions This woman desires fame and andvealth andwealth andWealth
wealth net only for herself but for her herchildren herchildren herchildren
children Her husband she writes does doesnot doesnot duesnot
not wish to appear upon the stage but butcould butcould butcould
could fulfill a part as the one who whostands whostands whostands
stands at the door taking In the tick tickets tickets ticketc ¬
ets I and the children she sh con continues con contJnues continues ¬
tinues a girl of 6 and a boy of 4 that thatseems thatseems thatseems
seems to be equally as smart as his hissister hissister hissister
sister could take part in the plays I Iwould 1would 3 3would
would like if you OU are in need of any anyperson an anperson aiivperson
person to rite me by return of mail mailand malland maf mafand
and let me know what you could af afford afford afford ¬
ford to pay us I would like the chil children ch1dren chtldren ¬
dren learnt to be smart We run a alaundry al aIdundry
laundry l undry business but would w uld sell out outif outIf outif
if we couldget a position on the stage stageand stageand stageand
and all go In the same troop Await Awaiting A Awaitbig aIt aItIng ¬
ing a reply and all particulars concern concerning concernIn concernIng ¬
ing In the t e matter also how you manage managethe managethe managethe
the paying of the people do you pay payevery payevery payevery
every night or by the week or how howA how2A howA
A question that many a real actor has hasyearned h hyearned hasyearned
yearned to know ere er thisFrom this thisFrom thisProm
From Manager anager E D Davenport of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Grady Stock company C comes7still comes7stillanother comes comesstIl1another stiU stiUnother
another yearning epistle It reads I Iwould Iwould Iwould
would like to have a a job jobsongstorsell jobsongstorseller songstorsell songstorselleror
eror er or actor Price I would like to tohave tohave tohave
have songstor seller 8 per month monthactor monthactor monthactor
actor iU 11 per month Fame ame seems to
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A prominent dramatic critic has hasraised hasraised
raised a storm about his ears by de declaring deeJariqS declan1xg ¬
claring t that at genius ge ius among the W01P woipnof womgn womgnof n nof
of the American stage is confined to tojust tojust tojusC
just four Stars starsAda Ada Kenan R h n KathrynKldder Kathryn KzthrinKIdder KathrynKidder
KIdder and two others The critics criticsfailure criticsfailure
failure to Indicate the latter half of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his quartette is bringing wide atten attention attention attention ¬ I
tion to his proclamation Of course courseevery courseevery courseevery
every big star who has not been beennamedis beennamedjs beennaznedLs
namedis wondering W whether she is or orIs orIs
Is not one of the unmentioned two twoand tw twand twoand r
and of course every artistic admirer admirerof i iof iof
of every uhmentI6ned tiItinentI 11am entl iiedstal ned star wishes to toknow toknow I
know why the reviewer named
only onlytwo onlYtwo onlytwo
two of his quarette and left the other othertwo other1 other1two J Jtwo
two to be guessed at atEdna atEdna
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Edna Walleye Hopper is Isgoing going to tohandle tohandle i
handle the potoes po She Slieis is about to pur purchase purchase i
chase a a astning string of horses norsesand and n Win vIJl be a apromoter apromoter I
promoter of o the theturtU turf It will wlUbe be re remembered remembered nomembered ¬
membered that Miss Hopper liked the theraces theraces J
races so weHl well last st season setUonthat that on Brook Brooklyn Brooklyn
lyn handicap day she purchased a mat matinee matInee matinee ¬ 1
inee pexformance of FJorodora that t t
her attendance at the race might not notbe notbe notbe
be interfered with withJessie withJessie
4 4Jessie
Jessie MIHward former form r leading lady ladyof ladyot ladyOf
of the Empire Theatre company cqmpany has
been engaged as Henry Millers leading leadingwoman leadingwcman leadingwcman
wcman for his forthcoming production productionof
of Richard Harding Davis Captain CaptainMacklin CaptainMacklIn CaptainMacklin
Macklin that Franklyn Fyles les has hasdramatized hasdramatized hasdramatized
dramatized for Millers use use The prin principal principal principal ¬
cipal feminine role is one not unlike unlikethe unlikethe unlikethe
the part of Lady Algy Alg who Js general generally ¬
ly regarded as s the best thing Miss MissMIHward MissMillward MissMiliward
MIHward has done since Manager ManagerCharles ManagerCharles I
Charles Frohman brought her over overfrom
I from England Miss MIHward was to tohave tohave
i have sailed back to England < this thismonth thismenth thismcnth
month but will remain here h re forsdme forsdmetime for s some sometime me metime
time Mr Miller by the way has hasstarted hasII hasstarted
II started rehearsals of the new piece pieceand pieceand
I and will present it for the first firsttlme firsttlmeion time timeon timeon
ion on any stage at Rochester N Y on onChristmas onI
I 1 I Christmas night nightBelasco nightI
I Be Belasco a CQ has basagaIn again achieved ac lIeed the Im Impossible ImI ¬
I possible He has outdone nlmselfr ilimseif for forit forIt forit
it is no small triumph to follow Du 33uBarry DuI
I I Barry with such s lch an achievement as asThe asThe
The Darling of the Gods The play playand playand playand
and Blanche Bates the star together togetherwith togetherwith togetherwith
with George Arliss Robert obert T Halnesand Halnes l lIainesI > in 8 8and
I and the others of the numerous and andsplendid andsplendid andsplendid
splendid company playing at the Belas
Coth o th5atrehave rtrehaTe scored scoredthe the th dramatic dramatictriumph dramatictriumph dramatictriumph
triumph of the year But then Belas Belasco
co C has away way of doing things withw1 withwta with withwlsardllke
wlsardllke w1 wta rdUke certainty His touch is the thetouch thetouch thetouch
touch of magic Whatever he under undertakes undertakes undertakes ¬
takes for presentation in plays far farsurpasses f farsurpasses t tS
surpasses S Passes the effort of o other producers producersand producersand
and places placeehlm him distinctly in ina a class lass by byhimself byhImself byhimself
himself himselfPSESS hImselfRESSAGBNTSRO himselfThESS
PSESS RESSAGBNTSRO RESSAGBNTSROThough AGENTS PROMISE PROHISBThough PROMISEThough
Though Bartley CampbelFs southern southernplay southernplay southernplay
play The White Slave lsmore than thantwenty thantwenty thantwenty
twenty years old big audiences aud ences wel welcomed ¬ l lcorned f fcorned
corned Its return to the Bijou yester 5esterday yestertlay yesteray
day ay afternoon and evening The man management management management ¬
agement has given the play uptc up upteaie upteaiespectacular aie aiespectacular aespectacular
spectacular qualities retaining how however however however ¬
ever the atmosphere of the period to towhich t thleb tOwhich
which hleb the story belongs Effective Effectivescenery Etrecti Effectivescenery t tscenery
thos thosshowing1 thostshowing thosshowing
scenery Is a striking feature
showing the Mississippi river steam steamboats steamboats steamboats ¬
boats In motion being particularly particularlystriking particularlystrIking parUcuIanlstriking
striking The wreck scene s ene In tB tBfourth ttfourth t7e t7efOurth >
fourth act makes a splendidly dramatic dramaticpicture dnunatitpt dramaticpicture
picture pt ture Miss Helena Collier as Lisa Lisathe Lisathe Lisathe
the white slave gave an exhibition exhibitionemotIonal ff ffemotional If Ifemotional
emotional power that added add t1 much t tthe tthe tc tcthe >
the success of the performance Kat KatCampbell KatCampbe11 KatCampbell
Campbell as Daphne Jennie Christie ChristieCharles ChristitoCharles ChristieCharles
Charles Webster and Frank N Drew Drewwere Drewwere Drewwere
were clever in their several parts The TheWhite Th ThWhIte TheWhite
White Slave quartette q ftrtette and plantation plantationdarkles plenttiondarkles plantationdarkies
darkles render a a number of musical se selections sflactions e elections > ¬
lections and the typical southernsports southern southerusOrts uthern uthernsports
sports in which the colored CQlor c lored d members of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the company appear created attractive attractiveentertainment attractiveentertalnmentPittSburg attractiveentertaihmentPittsburg
entertainment entertalnmentPittSburg Pittsburg Dispatch DispatchThe DIspatchThe DlspatchThe
The White Slave opens at the theGrand th thGrand theGrand
Grand Thursday with a special Lin Lincolns LIncolns L1flcolas ¬
colns birthday matineeS matinieand and fills out outthe outthe outthe
the remainder of the week weekj weekThe
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j The clever actor Sam Morris M Jrls will be beseen beseen beseen
seen In the Peddlers Ped ters Claim at the theGrand theGrand theGrand
Grand theatre again Monday Tuesday Tuesdayand Tuesdayand Tuesdayand
and Wednesday with a matinee Wed Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday ¬
nesday at 3 oclock oclockTonights oclotkTonlghts ocloqicTonights
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