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The Salt Lake herald. [volume] (Salt Lake City [Utah]) 1870-1909, April 02, 1905, Last Edition, Section Three, Image 25

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+ TABERNACLEWTuesday TABEnNAeLE Tues aY even evenf eVenjng evenIig +
+ f Ing grand nd operatic concert by thef thefConrled the tbeonrjpd theonrIed +
+ + Conrled Metropolitan Opera com comf eomo on + 4 4rtI1y
+ f rmy ot o New York City CitySALT CityAVr +
+ 4 SALT LAKE THEATRE THEAT1tEMon Mon Ion Iony 4 f
4 4 1iy y evening < enlnb to Saturday matinee matineeGJ + +
+ GJ t 5i ut Van Studdiford in Red uHeil1thr ROdJither 4 4f
+ f Ivather 1thr Saturday evening the thegrkultur +
4 Agricultural grkultur l College Dramatic DramaticIub 4
+ dub Iub in She Stoops to Conquer ConquerGRANDAll 4
4 GRAND GRANDAll All week matinees matineesVdllttC1ay 4 4Ve1ueiiday
4 + Wednesday and Saturday Anna AnnaI 4 4TJIK
4 I 1VL va Fa FHy 3 3tit 4
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T I iiputed grand operatic concert by bytli b btl bytI
tli tl < > Conrled Metropolitan Opera Operacontiuiy OperaCOlllUI OperatOiLl
contiuiy tOiLl in the Salt Lake tabernacle tabernacleI
I hclulc < l for next Tuesday evening eveningliesinning evening1ginnlng eveningbtgiijjtng
liesinning promptly JUor lPl1Y at 8 oclock The TheM lbeILI
M ILI it t sal ah gives every ever indication that a aLrgo aL aL
Lrgo L ige bf audience a will greet the world fa famous ranoas a aUlOUS ¬
mous jingera of the Conned company companyJsot companyot
cot ot fur years has there beeiv so much muchii muchjlhn muchi1telt
ii jlhn i1telt tcTct t in a musical nJu ical event in this city cityNIT cllyI cityNm
NIT I 1 is thi this surprising for not In years yearsIns years1us yearslLmS
Ins Mjh u h an opportunity been offered offeredto
to the people oC the intermountain intermountaincountry intermountainoUtdl intermountainOUTAIY
country oUtdl A feature of the seat sale saleth suletJut saletht
th tJut t has flIS cau cauRad ed nome comment among amongthup amongtilO amongttIO
thup tilO f who have had charge of o it is the thelrg theI
1 irgv > number of orders that have come comelr comemn
lr = > m the outside Wyoming and south southtrn southt outhrn
trn t rn Idaho are to be largely represented representedawl
awl an < l from all over on r Utah orders have haveberti havebNn havebein
berti pouring in inTin inTIH inTh
Tin ehance to hear h clr Nordica Homer Homerliiiprl HomlDqWI Homwrjournet
liiiprl Journet 1 oU lit t Allen ltel and De Macchi Macchilvivim hLCdliout taceiiitv
lvivim tv mmg out of r the question the great greatC greatnulll
C nulll n iiiM i j choruH th the orchestra OJh tra and sixty sixtyyucfs sixtyI bct bctT
yucfs T h 1 and the violin solo by Nahnn NahnnIr NaQanrrJ1ko NahanFriko
Ir rrJ1ko > uko master of that Instrument Instrumontmines instrnnwntnm
mines nm s but once in IR a generation SuIt SaltLikf SuitLtl
Likf 111 viU iLl not be true to its reputation reputationas
as a 1 a musMcal t1 center If it fails to re ret rewith rowitiL
t lil with the greatest liberality liberalityThe HberalityTh
The Th tomplete Conned programme will willbr wIlllp
br 1 > is 1 follows followsOverture CoIIowsOrture
Overture 0 rturE II Barbiere di Siviglia SivigliaRo SivigUnIlosini Sivigliaflosimmi
Ro Ilosini IlosiniIIJled flosimminiried sini sinitinried
tinried IIJled Metropolitan Orchestra OrchestraArii OrchestraAt
Arii At 1J I uJeu Jerusalem lem Paulus PaulusMendelssohn PaulusINldel8tlOlm Pau1uMemdeIoltmt
Mendelssohn MiSH Belln Alten AltenMt Alten1Jitat 1ten 1tenMJitation
Mt MJitation 1Jitat illation on Ave MariaBach MarIa HBach l3ach Gounod GounodMme Gounodlm GouuodMme
Mme lm DeMacchl DeMacchla
a 1 Prrlude uLe Le DelugeSaintSaens DelugeSaintSaensSolo Deluge SuintSnens SuintSnensIu
Solo Iu violin Mr Nahan Ifrunko Ifrunkob
b hi La Fileus Orch by E Guiraud GuiraudMendelssohn Guinludlleudelsliohn GuiraudMendelssohn
Mendelssohn MendelssohnAIM
AIM La Perle P rle du Bresil Bl U F David DavidMtefl DaidMIHfI DavidMime
Mime Belle H < ll Alten AltenAria AltenAr AltenAnt
Aria Ar l Bel Raggio Semlramide SemlramldeIt
It sim hli Mine lmf De Maecht Maechtor Machteciii IaCh IaChCon
Con < or V Ponslero Pn lero Nabucco Xa hucCo Verdi VerdiMetropolitan VerdiIdlo1Jihtu
Metropolitan 31 Opera OIH It HOUHW Hou Chorus ChorusINTERMISSION ChoruJ ChorusINTEItMISSJON > >
RoFPmfs Stabat Mater MaterSoloifts MaterSuloitsMznes laternItitNlme
Soloifts nItitNlme Mines Nordica and Homer HomerMM HomclDI HomerMM
MM DI Dlppel > l and Journet Journeti
1 Introduction Jul Stabat Mater MaterI NiaterIIorosa IntcrI
I IIorosa IIorosaMni > iiiorosa iiiorosaMmes jOJQIIarn1e
Mmes Mni rn1e Nordiea Nor l and Homer MM MMl MM1itIe1 t tI
l 1itIe1 > i illpl > pel and Journet Journetb
b Vrii ria Cujus AnamamMr Anamam Mr 11 Dippel DlppelH
H Duet uQui Qul Est Horpo HorpoMines HOlQurms HoiuMmes
Mines Nordica and Homer HomerAria HomrI HomerArji
I Aria ria Pro PeccatlsMr Peccuth Mr Ir Jouniet Jounietu
u C rii and chorus uEiu EIu Mater MaterMr MaterMr
Mr 11 Journet anti ant chorus chorusf
U f n tjuivtette u11tette Sancta Mater Istud latudAgas Istudgas Istudtgas
Agas AgasMines tgasMnws gas gasMUI
Mines MUI Nordica and Homer MM MMPippel MMIippel 11 11Diptwl
Pippel and Journet Journetg J urnt urntnaUna
g cavatlna Fac ut Portam PortamMme Portanllme PortamMme
Mme Homer Homeri
11 i Aria and chorus linflamniutus linflamniutusMme Iintlummatusme IlnfiamnrntusMnie
Mme me Nordica and chorus chorusChorus chorushOru
0 Chorus horu uln In Sempiternu Sneeuhv SneeuhvConductor SneeulnConductor SaeeulaConductor
Conductor Mr 11 Arturo Vigna VignaTVo Vignaf rigflaTo
TVo f Brigham Bri hAm S Young Dramatic Dramaticcompany DramaticYT DramaticTiaflY
company YT pany continues to please th people peoplethe peoplei
i the various towns of Alberta Can Cani CanThe
i The Cardston Star of recent date datet datemetbing
t i something oC the wanderings of ofthn 0 0ttfi oftln
thn i omnany Ol11pan For example exampleV exalnpleIodern exampleModern
V Modern Ananias was the bill billrvisontcKl bUl1 billiited
rvisontcKl iited < 1 the second evening and it itar itiuI1r itL
ar L > iiiHe in keeping with its title For Forlaughable Forl Forlughabie
laughable l Ugha le comedy comed chuck full o or ri rlulousness rii
1 i ulousness and cheerful lying we weAC w wt weyet
AC yet t to witness Une s its superior The TheiMng ThelJg Theig
iMng lJg was of the quality and frequency frequencysiiflii frequensuli frequencysufli
siiflii lent nt to make the original Ananias AnaniasVtri Anniast1
Vtri t1 t 1 over in his grace for wherever he hein hcLI heL
in ly I L be at this time B S Young as asthf asth astho
thf > modern Ananias was WR right at ath ath atli
h me Nothing difficult but what he heioui1 helourl heouk1
ioui1 lie Ie out of it He was a favorite favoriteYUU favoriteth
YUU it1i th the audience at all times and his hisfpppearanca hisPTP hisppearanCe
fpppearanca PTP rancB wa wag a signal for the theKtrvtih thef thectrttuh
Ktrvtih f > oC o the imagination imaginationConference imaginationonfErencc imaginationomiferenCe
Conference < week will be full of Inter Interesting Inlercstillg interctimg ¬
esting attractions First and foremost foremostis
is I the > concert in the tabernacle Tues Tu > s sh
< 1 h v night by the artists chorus < and andon andonhtra andorhcstra
on onhtra lustra of the Conried Metropolitan MetropolitanOf
Of > crt rL company 01111 > > 111 Monday Ionda night at the theTitratre theIllatrE theI
I Titratre > Grace Van Studdlford opens opensengagement opensngag
1 engagement ngag ment In The Red Re Feather Featherv Featherhkh
1 v hKh will i1I run through a a Saturday Saturdayjatince SaturdayjatHlee Saturdayitmnee
jatince Saturday night at this play playIviuse playlust playliuse
lust > the Agricultural College Dra Dratic Drat1o Draa
a tic tA club will present She Stoops to tomrpter tollq11fr touiLner
mrpter At the Grand Anna Eva EvaTV Evar Evawill
TV r will hold forth throughout th thuc the theHl thet
uc t Hl t k
Kl > fol Feather the new comic opera operav
v r ii 1 ln h tlM attraction at the Salt Lake Laket
t Hti t1 for five fh nights beginning next nextMonday nextI
Monday I 1 ilay lay evenlitg It i is the most mO t gor gori
i IP l production s seen en In years ears It Is Isisid isi I
isid i 1 to b be a revelation In Us scenic scenicfijuiliuent scpnc scpncq11iJtJwnt scenIcl1iIflIeflt
fijuiliuent and costuming1 co tumlng The man maiinpviiipnt manmimit
npviiipnt 1 Ulpnt refuses to quote figures In re reTit rePI resr
sr Tit PI t to the outlay outIa for the staging of oflifj ornfj ofri
lifj Feather < fatbtt but there Is no doubt doubthat doubt11at doubtliat
hat r oOW > IH 11 > not a full estimate hnate of the thecost theot the1St
cost ot The Th piece JiE < e was written specially speciallyfor pechtll pechtllfr
fr the starring tour of Grace Gra < e Van VanS VanStudliford VanStu1iiford
S ucliford who ha has made quite a atMe aicorIIk
tMe 1 icorIIk oorllke appearance In the world of ofrnusi of1tU4i
rnusi 1 ui She Is entirely above the rank ranknil ranka rankal
nil a l file fil > o of opera bouffe stars Her HerToik lierOlk Herr
Toik r Olk with the Bostonians won fine ap apT
T ittlon but word has reached us of ofoivLTful ofonkrCul ofcii1
oivLTful cii1 rul development since De DeKom DeIc Deho
Kom Ic ti P who wrote the music for Robin uRobinHn RobinHoij RobinHo
Hoij Hn 11 is also the composer of Red RedFrith Redr Red1rtthr
Frith r 1rtthr lOwr T and there is no doubt that thath thatho
h ho H has given lvell Miss liM Van Studdlford op oprr opTrtulIltif opTrtilmiitjes
rr TrtulIltif > rtunltie > 08 for brilliant work The uThertlf Their Therlsmt
ir rtlf rlsmt < Teu > 1I of Dreams Dre ms and The Merry MerryCVtvalier Merryalter ferryCnalhr
CVtvalier alter are said to be exquisite num numbers numlf imumtcrs
bers lf > r in which the composer and star stara staraf star9c
a af equalfy NIU lb successful succcscuJH aucceesfulRed
7 Red H > d Feather had a remarkable run runin runin
in 1 New York the longest longe t of any legiti legitimate legitmatr legitimate ¬
mate musical attraction in many sea seasons geafomc seaSons ¬
sons Charles Klein is responsible for forth forOw forth
th Ow book of Red Feather and the thelyriis thel theIrits
lyriis l rllg are by b Charles Emerson Cook CookRed CookU CookRed
Red U < > d Feather Is a during female femaleIAMlIt femaleba1it
IAMlIt 11 IfUt who Is in reality the Countess
HiHit H l1a von Draga The venturesome venturesomeyoung venturesome01Il1g venturmelnU1mg
young 01Il1g woman divides her time between betweenr beteenrjgnlng betweenrigning
r rjgnlng igulng as a court urt beauty and robbing
travelers on the highway She steals stealsthat stealsthat stealsthat
that she may ma help 1t lp the cause of the thePrince thePrince thePrince
Prince of Romantia who seeks to rule rulethat rulethat rulethat
that mythical kingdom In one of her herescapades herscapadesshe herescapades
escapades scapadesshe she robs Captain Travers of ofthe oft oflimo
the t h nomtttitc army ann and he VOWR OW8 to tocapture totapture tocapture
capture lib 111 jMtt bawlt1o baJdtthoi 4U wboi loe beiievtgi l1e tta1 tta1y to tstY
be a man Both he and nd the prince love lovethe lovethe
the countess and this leads to enmity enmitybetween enmitybetween enmitybetween 1
between them Travers insults the theprince theprInce theprince
prince and sm < 1 is threatened with disgrace disraceand disgraceand disgraceand
and expulsion from the army Pardon Pardonis
is offered him on one condition how however howevorthat howevortliat ¬
ever evorthat that he arrest the notorious Red RedFeather RedFeather RedFeather
Feather wltttin a certain time This
comes of the success of the invading invadingarmy invadingarm invadingarmy
army armyThis arm armlhls armyThis
This plot has a romantic flavor that thatappears thatappears thatappears
appears to be very attractive yet the thecomedy theeomed thecomedy
comedy eomed interest has not been lost sight sightof sightof sightof
of A r really reall fine singing < company companysupports companysupports companysupports
supports Miss Iiss Van ran Studdiford and the thechorus thechorus thechorus
chorus is said to be musically and in inbeauty inI Inbeauty
beauty the best est that has appeared in inNew inNew inNew
New York YorkAn YorkI YorkAn
An announcement of more than or ordinary ordinary ¬
dinary Interest to the public of Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
I Lake Is that of the engagement of thatI that thatgifted thatgifted
gifted woman Anna Eva Fay which whichbegins whichbegins whichbegins
I begins at the Grand < l theatre Monday Mondaynight Mondaynight
night Miss Fay has an International Internationalreputation Internationalreputation
reputation having appeared In almost almostevery almosteer almostevery
every eer civilized country count on the globe globeHer globeHer globeHer
Her performances have caused a furore furoreIn
In every eYer r city where she sh has appeared appearedHer appearedHer appearedHer
Her audiences go the first night out of ofcuriosity ofcurIosity ofcuriosity
curiosity and Invariably go again againhoping againhoping againhoping
hoping to be able to catch her in some sometrick sometrIck sometrick
trick They The return home each time timemore timemore timemore
more mystified m 9tUied than ever if not firmly firmlyconvinced firmlyconvinced firmlyconvinced
convinced that they have seen things thingsdona thingsdone thingsdone
done by more than natural powers powersMJss powerslUss powersMiss
Miss Fay it is said has been endowed endowedwith endowedwith endowedwith
with some peculiar power Whit it is no noone noone noone
one can explain A hundred different differenttheories differenttheories differenttheories
theories have been afloat as to the thecause thecaue thecause
cause of the many mysterious things thingswhich thinSSwhich thingswhich
which Miss Fay does any an of which whichmay whichmay whichmay
may be right or wrong but while some somemay somemay somemay
may be absolutely correct it is quite quitecertain quiteoortaln quitecertain
certain that the great bulk must be bewrong bewrong bewrong
wrong It is a case in which it is isseemingly Isse6mtngly isseemingly
seemingly idle to speculate It Is how however however however ¬
ever a fact that no attraction has hasdrawn hasdrawn hasdrawn
drawn more people to the theatre or orhas orhag orhas
has been more written about The Thethousands Thethousands Thethousands
thousands of people who have experi experienced experienced experienced ¬
enced the sensation of having their theirthoughts theirthoughts theirthoughts
thoughts read by Miss Fay when no noone noone noone
one but themselves could possibly know knowof
of what they the were thinking having havingbeen havingbeen havingbeen
been told where to find lost or stolen stolenarticles stolenarticles stolenarticles
articles lost friends friendstand tand and nd many other otherqueries otherqueries I
queries in whieh whJ h th they jy arc directly In In4jartq8te In4Qrtstnd I
4jartq8te fo tcd < J ate arvags al1 alV3 anxious ic > pa to
see this thi marvelous woman Those Thosewho Thosewho Thosewho
who are desirous of having ques questions quetfons questlons ¬
tions answered by Miss Fay Ja have but butto butto butto
to write them on a slip of paper and andnot andnot andnot
not show it to anyone and Miss Fay Faywill Faywill Paywill
will answer anawerthem them She SheaJso also gives cab cabinet ca3Inet cabmet > ¬
inet manifestations beyond the acu acumen J Jmen Imen
men of the average person to under
had been in his performance li rfOhn nce of the title titlerole titlerole
role roleDigby I
Digby said Arthur you ou were Gib Gibsons Gibson8 GibEOfl5 ¬
sons Mr rr PIpp down to the ground groundthats groundthats groundthats
thats all aUI aUIAnd aillAnd I IAnd
And to the crown Qf Qtmy my head too tooreplied tooreplied tooreplied
replied Bell as he pointed to touii the t gilt slitInitials giltinitials giltInitials
initials of J Wesley Pipp carefully carefullySlued carefullyglued carefullyglued
glued to the inside top of the straw strawhat strawhat strawhat
hat he wears ears in the second act actWell actYell actWell
Well thats the limit for realism realismlaughed realismlaughed realismlaughed
laughed La Shelle ShelleKnowledge ShelleiIr ShelieC
iIr iIrKnowlcdge C C CKnowledge
Knowledge of a foreign tongue is issometimes Issometimes issometimes
sometimes of benefit even to vaudeville vaudevilleperformers vaudevilleperformers vaudevilleperformers
performers said Jefferson De Angelis Angelisin
in Ix recounting an experience he had hadseveral hadseveral hadseveral
several years ago on his tour of the theworld theworld theworld
world uA A team of blackface knock knockabout knockabout knockLbOUt ¬
about comedians from New York took tooka
a flying trip to Paris to try their luck luckwith luckwith luckwith
with the French public and made aTi aTiarrangement aharrangement a aarrangement
arrangement with the manager of a aParis aParis aParis
Paris music hall for a trial perform performance performance performanee ¬
ance The manager told them If the theaudience theaudIence timeaudience
audience liked their work they would wouldget wouldget wouldget
get an engament and would know by byseeing byseeing byseeing
seeing a bill posted outside the the theater theater theater ¬
ater the next day du bearing heir name nameIf namIf nameif
If there was wa no nbiU bill in sight they were werenot werenot werenot
not wanted but b f Iftlu If th tliebill > bill was there therethey therethey
they t1e could consider consid > r themselves en engaged engaged engaged ¬ I
gaged The boys went on and did their theirbest theirbeat theirbest
best but the house was chilly chill and andthey andthey andthey
they feared the worst Next morning
they strolled down the boulevard to toward toward toward ¬
ward the music hall and were afraid afraidto
to look at the front of the house houseBill houseBill houseBill
Bill do you see anything asked askedthe askedthe askedthe
the head of the team teamThere teamThere
00 There is something outside there thereBill thereBill thereBill
Bill said but Im afraid to look at it itFinally itloilltlU itFimmally
Finally loilltlU both turned and resolutely resolutelyfaced resolutel resolutelyfaced
faced the theatre Jack its all off offBill of ofBill offBill
Bill said Ife us back to the steam steamer ¬
er r
U Whats the matter asked Jack JackCant Jackant Jackant
Cant ant you OU see s see e tbnt tJmt bill over there thereNothing thereNothing thereNothing
Nothing doing doln for us It says Les LesNegroes Lesl LesNegroes
Negroes l > groes Tonight TonightManager Tonightllanaler rommightManager
Manager Agatz of the Helena theater theaterHelena thfaterHelena theaterHelena
Helena Mont has sent to Acting Man Manager lluna Managfr ¬
ager a r James H P PHJser ilser of The Virgi Virginian Virginian Virgimilan ¬
nian company the he collowing letter letterwhich letterwhlh letterwhich
which he had recently received from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the owner of o one of the biggest ranches ranchesin
in northern 1l0rUte > rll Montana MontanaDear MontanaDear on1ana on1anauDear
Dear Sir ShI I see by the Helena Her Record 11ecord Herord ¬
ord that a show made over from that thatVirginian thatVirginian thatVirginian
Virginian book is comin to your opery operyhouse oper operhOUSE operyhouse
house before long Id like to see it itbut itbut Itbut
but guess I would hardly spare the thetime thetime thetime
time only for my woman folks They Theywont Theyont Theyont
wont ont let me say no so we are re comiii comiiiif
if you rite and say a you will keep l eep some someseats someseats someseats
seats for us 4 all together and on the themain thcmain themain
main floor AVe Ve are 32 miles from the theR theR theH
R R and its purty dam cold for the thewomen theomcn thewomen
women to ride that thn t fur onless we are areshure are1 are1shme areshure
shure of gittin into the show YoustrulY Yous Youstruly Toustruly
truly trulyP
P SSome S Some of my cow punchers punchershas punchershas
has got g Jt onto this and say SA they are goin goinwhetherI goinwheth goinwhethrI
whetherI wheth rI say an yes or not If they like likethe llkethe likethe
the show all rite but if they dont tell tellall tellall tellall
all the Pbt play 1ay actors to keep out o t from un under und umider ¬
der d > r for itll be hell hellDe hellDe hellD
i C
De D Wolf Hoppers little niece has hassprung hassprung hassprung
sprung a new one One day Mr lr Hop Hopper Hopper Hopper ¬
per noticed her standing on the edge edgeof edgeof edgeof
of a frozen pond crying as if her heart heartwere hurtwtre heartwere
were broken A man of no mean pro proportions proportion6 jropOrtiom ¬
portions had just clipped and fallen on onthe 011 011the onthe
the ice over which the youngsters had hadbten hadbPH hadb
bten b en skating skatingDont skatingDont skatingDont
Dont cry cr little one I dont think thinkhe thinklw thinkhe
he is hurt very much said the th come comedian comedian comedian ¬
dian dianHurt
Hurt nothin replied the little girl girlCant girlCaut girlCant
Cant you ou see he has busted the ice iceThis iceit
it itThis C C CThis
This is a story that one of the mono monologue monologue monologue ¬
logue entertainers in the Haymarket Haymarketwas Hamarkctwas
was telling last week eek It may appeal appealto
to the poker contingent The scene is isa isa isa
a midweek church meeting one of the thegood thegood thegood
good old kind in which lay members memberstake memberStake mnemnberstake
take part Brother B other Smith wearied by byhis byhis byhis
his business exertions of the day is isgently Isgntly Isgently
gently slumbering quite Iuit oblivious to tothe tothe tothe
the remarks of the pastor who present presently ¬
ly closes his address only to announce announceJt announceuIt
uIt Jt is time for prayer will Brother BrotherSmith BrotherSmith BrotherSmith
Smith lead leadBrother leadBrother leadBrother
Brother Smith is in the land of ofdreams otdnam ofdreams
dreams but is gently nudged by Broth Brothtr
tr r Jones who whispers softly softlyWake softlyUVake softlyWake
Wake up you OU are asked to lead leadWhats leadhrhuts leadWhats
Whats that says Brother Smith SmithHalf SmithImlf Smithhalf
Half awakening awakeningYouare awakeningYou Lw kening keninguYou
You Youare are re invited to lead leadLead leaduLead leadLead
Lead nothing answers Smith Smithdrowsily Smltbdrowsily SmitlJdrowsily
drowsily I 1 cant lead Ive just dealt dealtThis dealtoit dealtThis
it it itThis
This is one from the Chicago opera operahouse operahouse operahouse
house houseTwo houseTwo houseTwo
Two friends meet on the street and andone andone andone
one of them takes a bunch of tickets ticketsout ticketsout ticketsout
out of his pocket and says saysHello sasuHello saysFlello
Hello Jim Ive got some tickets for fora forDo fora
a raffle Id like to sell you youRaffle youR yourtaffle
Raffle R me for what whatFor whatFor whatFor
For a cripple crippleNo crippleNo crippleNo
No dont want any Wouldnt know knowwhat knowwhat knowwhat
what to t do with a cripple crippleifI if ifl I won him himRobbie blmRobbie himC himRobbie
Robbie Harris and Sam Sidman of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the firm nn of Harris Sidman who have havelong havelong havelong
long been known as clever comedians comediansare comediansarC
are arC the latest recruits to vaudeville vaudevilleThey yaudevJl1They vaudevilleThey
They made their first appearance appearance at the theCircle theCircle theCircle
Circle Music hall Jan 23 23Maude 23tlaude 23C 23Maude
Maude Adams will m appear appear for the the12OIth the12Oth
120 12OIth th time in The Little Minister Ministernext AHnisterncCt Ministernext
next Wednesday evening c ning at the Empire Empiretheatre Empiretheatre Empiretheatre
theatre New York where her revival revivalof revivalofT
of ofT J i 3klJ rr Barries play is proving very verypopular verypopular verypopular
popular Preparations are being made madefor madefor madefor
for the production of Op o My MyThumb MyThumb ly lyTijumb
Thumb a new play playAn playsCCC
001 001An CCC CCCAn
An interesting bit of gossip floats floatsout floatsout floatsout
out from the region of the th playhouse playhouseoccasionally plaJhouseoccnsion playhouseoccasionaily
occasionally occnsion lb For instance there isnt isnta
a maiden devotee of f the player world worldwho worJ worJwho worldwho
who will not be interested in Idah Mc McGlone McGlone McGlone
Glone Gibsons recent references to the thebeauty thebeauty thebeauty
beauty and worship of KYrie Bellew BellewKyrle BellewK BelIewLKyrle
Kyrle K rle Bellew Belle lsx Isperhaps is perhaps the th hand handsomest handsomest handsomest ¬
somest man of this age Added Ad ed to per perfectly perfectly perfecfly ¬
fectly regular features of classic mold moldis
is an exquisite voiceand voice and a grace of ofgesture orgesture ofgesture
gesture rarely r rely seen In masculine per personnels personnels personneis ¬
sonnels It is very probable that more morewomen morewomen morewomen
women have sighed for Bellew than thanfor thanor thanfor
for or any other man on the stage In the theyears thEcars theyears
years cars gone by when he h vas Wa < the mati matinee matinee matinec ¬
nee idol of New York he was the re recipient reclplent recipient ¬
cipient of bushels of notes from fond fondand fondand fondand
and foolish oUsh females of all ages and de degrees dere6B degreos ¬
grees re6B of pulchritude and pneumatolosy pneumatolosyBut
But there has only been one woiyinn cI1J111 oiz in In Inthe tz1the n nthe
the life of Kyrle Bellew Tier er unique uniquepersonality hnIqupersonality lque lquelJersop
personality lJersop J bastinadoeverywpmau a 1p J c nro mall
seem banal to him blmb He simply does floesnot does110t doesnot
not know that any an other woman ex exists exists exists ¬
ists on this earth Ladies who have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been with him In his company say saythat sa sathat y ythat
that while he Is very er polite to them themhe themhe thenilie
he really does not know that they the are arepretty areprett arepretty
pretty women to whom he might pay paythe paythe paythe
the little attentions a man usually usuallydoes usuall usualldoes usuallydoes
does to a woman womanYou womauYou womanYou
You might faint f 1nt on the stage stagesaid stagesaid stagesaid
said one oneyoung young woman petulantly petulantlyand petulantband
and If you fall against Mr Bellew Belle he hewouia hewould I Iwouldslve
would wouldslve give you all the assistance in his hispower hispower
power but if v you ou m fall in a heap out of ofhis ofhis ofhis I
his direct vision vlsi n he would never know knowthat knO knOthat knowthat
that you were there thereVery thereVery 0 0oVer
oVer Very different dlCC rent she continued is ishis ishis f
his manner when visiting Mrs Potter Potterin
in the summer He treats her as a aloyal a aloal aloyal
loyal servitor would his queen When Whenshe Whenshe Yhenshe
she enters the room he rises and for forher forher forher
her is his only attention and thought thoughtHeigho thoughtHHelgho thoughtHeigho
Heigho What is it the poet says saysTime sa saysTime s sTime
Time nor place nor circumstance circumstancecan
can conquer love loveMiss love11lss loveC
C C CMiss
Miss Marie Cahill is telling a joke jokeon joleon jokeon
on a manager of her acquaintance acquaintancewhose acquatntuncewbose acquaintancewhose
whose fund of humor of not sufficiently sufficientlydeveloped sufficIentlydeeloped sufficientlydeveloped
developed for him to see the point He Heinvited HeInvited Heinvited
invited a friend to bring his wife to tosee tosee tosee
see the play pla a musical comedy come which whichhe whichhe
he was managing Id like to John Johnresponded Johnresponded Johnresponded I
responded the friend gratefully ubut ubutJou but butyou butyou
you see my nl wifes been blue and sort
of sick lately latcl and I promised proml ed to take takeher takeher takeher
her to an entertainment tonight tonightGeneral tonight1t
C C CGeneral 1t 1tGeneral
General A R Chaffee at a i dinner dinnergiven dinnergiven dinnergiven
given in an actors honor narrated a atheatrical atheatrical t ttheatrical
theatrical reminiscence of his boy boyhood boyhood ¬ I
hood hoodI hoo
I was born he said in Ohio in inthe Inthe Inthe
the town of Orwell and never will I Iforget Iforget Iforget
forget my first melodrama which I Iwitnessed IwitnESscd Iwitnessed
witnessed in the Orwell Academy Academ or ofMusic orlfusl orMUCi
Music MusicThis <
This melodrama came very near neargoing neargoing neargoing
going wrong The villain in the sixth sixthact sixthact sIxthad
act was to be shot by b twenty tnt soldiers soldiersan soldiersand hliers hliersam
an and < J the muskets of the theEldies theEldiesthrough soldiers soldiersthrough soldiersthrough
through some m l1e oversight or other were werenot werenot
not loaded The whole scene would wouldhave wouldhave
have fallen lint had not the resource resourceful rf resioureeful > urce urceful ¬
ful and ready villain saved the day dayYou du duYou thmyYou
You can imagine the scene the vi vilain vfJ vimm >
lain J mm jn smiling milh1 < < scornfully Hornfu facing without withoutlllnrhlns withoutmnehlng withoutlUnching
lllnrhlns the twenty muskets directed directedat
at his heart by twenty determined determinedyoung determinedyoung determinedyoung
young soldiers goldi I5 The captain stands tan s on onone onohe
ohe side it is his duty to give the word wordto wordto wordto
to fire fireOne fireOne lireOne
One two three he counts Are Areyou Areyou Areyou
you ready read men Then ThenThe ThenThe j
The breathless assemblage a < as a the thecaptain thecaptain 1
captain gives gln the word fire hold their theirbreath theirbreath
breath expecting a deafening detona detonation detonation detonatibn ¬ I
tion But all they the hear is the feeble feebleclick feebleclick feebleclick
click click of the falling hammers of ofthe ofthe
the unloaded guns They lhe look about aboutready a aboutready bout boutad I
ready ad to laugh ready read to hoot ready readyto
to boo booBut bo boBut booBut
But the villain saves the day da First Firstwith Firstwith Firstwith
with a blood curdling howl he at attracts attracts t ttmcts ¬
tracts the audiences attention to him himThen himThen himThen
Then he staggers falls heavily and andthrows andthrows andthrows
throws his arms and legs about like likeone likeone likeone
one in the agony of death deathI
II I die he cries I die perforated perforatedby
by b a thousand bullets but I take this thisopportunity thisopportunity
opportunity of cursing with my last lastbreath lllStbreath lastbreath
breath the niggardly government that thatsupplies thatsupplie thatsupplies I
supplies < its army only with air airrifles airdfies airrhies
rifles riflesA
C 4 4A C < C CA
A spectacular play that is designed designedto dC lgned lgnedto
to appeal directly directl to children is being beingwritten bein beinwritten beingwritten
written for William A Brady by Fred FredRanken FredHanlen Freditanken
Ranken and Reginald De Koven It Itwill Itwill itwill
will be presented In a New York the theatre theatre theatre ¬
atre at the beginning of next season seasonand seasonand seasonand
and will be put on for a run in the theexpectation theexpectation theexpectation
expectation that it will outlast the sea season searon season ¬
son It will be > lerhaps the biggest biggesttiling biggestthing biggestthing
thing in the way of a spectacle that thatWilliam thutWiIJiam thatWilliam
William A Brady Bra y has la ever produced producedJohn producedJohn
1 John Barrymore may ma now be counted countedan
an established actor In San Fran Francisco Francisco Francisco ¬
cisco he was Interviewed and ex expressed exressed expressed ¬
pressed ressed himself freely upon avariety avarietyof a variety varietyof I Iof
of subjects Among other things Ash Ashton AshI AshIton Ashton
ton Stevens asked him what made him himappear himnappear j jappear
appear so much younger off the stage stagehe stagehe i ihe
he is still playing with Collier in The TheDictator TheDictator TheDictator
Dictator DictatorWork Dictatorurork DictatorWork
Work he answered an5 ered Works the thething thething thething
thing Keep busy You remember De DeSoto DeSotoa DcSotoa
Soto Sotoa a wonderful person De Soto he hewas heWaS hewas
was always busy always hunting for
something You couldnt kill him he hefinally hefinall hefinally
finally finall diedof died of young age Im 23 ori orirather or orrather orrather
rather will be the middle of this thismonth thismohth thisnmohtlt
month But work ork keeps me yoiing yoiingWhen jo young youngWhen ng ngVhen
When I drew those bughouse cartoons cartoonsin
in New York I was supposed to be at atthe atthe atthe
the newspaper office at S in the morn morning mominS mornlug ¬
inS and I never showed up later than thanS thanIn
S in the afternoon n The secret se xet o of youth youthIs
Is work I should say At least it itseems ftseems itseems
seems that UU way to a person of ofyears juy juyyears iiyyeara
years yearsNot yearsNot yearaNot
Not that years really r f1l1 count Oh no noAt noAt noAt
At least they thcdont dont count in this gen generation beneration generatlon ¬
eration of youth when you are or are arenot axenot arenot
not according to the people with whom whomyou whomou whomyou
you ou have associated and according to towhat towhat towhat
what youve ouve eaten and where youve youveeaten youveeaten youveeaten
eaten and with whom You Judge jU be a aman 3man ainan
man by b the company he keeps away awayfrom awRJfrom awayfrom
from by the manner in which he has hasordered 118otdared liesordered
ordered his life No o man te old now nowadays 110 110adas nowadays ¬
adays till he Is 30 You ou are either a alive alivc alive
live member of society or I a dead one oneby one oneb ohsby
by b the time you OU are 30 3Oa a success or a afailure afalfure afailure
failure failureOf falfureOf
Of course ou he continued joyously joyouslyI joyo sl slr
I find the stage very er amusing Im Imthe Imthe Imthe
the victim or rather the favorite 1oritei favoriteifI 1oriteiI if ifI
I may say SU It without being misunder misunderstood mh3Ul1derstood muisunderstood ¬
stood 1 by > the intelligent minority minor t of ofyour ofour ofyour
your our readers reade readersof of with a capital P Pplease Pplease I
please Precedent Its something of a atradition 11tradition atradition
tradition that Barry Barrymores mores can act and I
Five C Conned n ied Metropo Metropolitan tan St Stars rs
Conductor Mme Nordica Soprano Sop Marcel Journet JounetB Basso
Ande Andreas Dippel Tenor Mme Homer Contralto Arturo Vigna Vi jna
he determines > s to do and tracks the therobber therobber therobber
robber to the countess castle on the theevening theeening theevening
evening she is giving a grand ball To Tosave Tosae Tosave
save him she really realJ loves rather than thanthe thanthe thanthe
the prince the th > countess declares herself herselfto
to be Red Feather just as news
stand statld Matinees for ladies ladi > s only will willbe willbe willbe
be given on o oil Wednesday and Saturday Saturdaythus Saturdaythus Saturdaythus
thus enabling the ladies to ask ques questions questions < 1ue 1uelions ¬
tions of a more delicate nature than thanthey thanth thanthey
they th > y would want to if the gentlemen gentlemenwere
were present Special prices for this en
Grace rac Van Studdiford tUi
gagement gement Lower floor 50c 50 < balcony balcony25c
25c 2 c gallery gaUe lc Matinees 25c to entire entirehouse entirehouse entirehouse
While Lawrence DOrsay was appear appearIng appearIng appearlug
Ing In in The Earl rl of Pawtucket in ini InKansas inICansas
i Kansas City recently the principal op opposition oppositIon opposition ¬
position attraction was a n party of ofevangelists ofevangelists ofevangelists
evangelists who were conducting re revival reIvaI reviral ¬
viral IvaI services at the various churches churchesof
of the city One day in the elevator of ofthe otthe ofthe
the hotel DOrsay found that a num number number number ¬
ber of the exhorters were also aboard aboardthe aboardthe aboardthe
the car One of thorn turned to the ele elevator elevator dcvator ¬
vator boy bO and said saidMy saId1y saidMy
My 1y boy do you OU go to Sunday Sundayschool Sundayschool Sundayschool
school schoolDont schoolIont schoolDont
Dont get no time in dis business businessthe businessthe
the boy replied repliedWell repliedWeU repliedWell
Well my m son dont you ou ever read readthe readthe readthe
the Bible BibleYes BibleYes BibleYes
Yes sir I uster when I was a kid kidand kidand kidand
and say Mr fr Preacher Preach r deres one verse versein versein verseIn
in de good book that Im dead stuck stuckon
on onWhats
Whats ats that my young man manasek manasel manneck
neck the leader of the party partyWhy partyVhy partyWhy
Why de one what says The Lord Lordloveth Lordloveth Lordloveth
loveth a cheerful giver said the theyouth theyouth theyouth
youth with a sly wink winkThe winkThe winkThe
The revivalists raised their eyes heav heavenward hea heavenward v venward ¬
enward and sadly shook their heads headsas
as they passed out of the elevator elevatorDOrsay elevatorDOrsay
DOrsay fairly shaking with laugh laughter laughtel laughter ¬
ter slapped the boy on the back and andsaid andsaid
said HB By Jove that was a jolly good goodone goodme goodone
one me lad Youll have a uawhotel uawhotelot aw hotel hotelof
of your our own some day I fawncy Heres Heresa
a quarter for you youAfter youl youlC ou
C C CAfter
After the first performance on any anystage anyof anystage
stage of the Gibson play The Edu Education E Etlucation du duc
cation c tlon of Mr Pipp in Utica last Sat Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
urday night ni uihtzkLa ht JIq jKteke La Shelle el1o and Dan Daniel Dnniel Danid ¬
iel id V VArthur VArthu1Ju11 ArthurVruSfflafbdeTc afbAd1 1ib dlcto to tell Digby DigbyBjOllhoAV DigbyJ3eIiIio4lioiiQughJy
BjOllhoAV J3eIiIio4lioiiQughJy j 1QW tho hotp ughlx h > She t e real eilt thins binzhc he
as I i say sa its bully bull > to be the nephew nephewof
of John Drew Dre and the brother of Ethel EthelBarrymore EthelBarryJuorc EthelBarrymore
Barrymore BarrymoreYoung BarryJuorcYoung BarrymoreYoung
Young Mr 11 Barrymore Barr more admitted that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Shakespearean Shilk spearcan superstition was washard washard
hard to down He thought that some someBible sonicof
of the plays would last as long as the theBible theBible
Bible Real literature liter ture can be killed he hesaid hesaid hesaid
said only when it is very ery young youngShakespeare youngShakespeare ounguShaltespeare
Shakespeare is pretty good ater aterall i fteJ fteJaU fterall
all he Haiti s hl and ud so is Bernard Shaw ShawAnd ShawAnd ShawAnd
And talk about parts in making makingactors lTulkillgaclors mnmtkingaetoral
actors There 5 Arnold Daly DalyTheres DaJylheres DalyTheres
Theres Arnold Daly DHl who annexed annexedhimself fiuntx annexedhimself > d dhhnselr
himself to Shaws plays Iht s and became a aname annme aimame
name in a season Think of it He had hadthe hAdthe lidtime
the good OOd conservative sense to fly tl in inthe inthe inthe
the face of convention Martin Luther LutherHew Luthtrflew Lutherhew
Hew the same way wu I Hew a few fe bug bughouso bughomlo bughouse
house cartoons carto cartoOnsanI man and < l then became an anactor nitactor
actor actorBut actorBut
But I still till draw dro awl paint paintfor for my myself m myselfand ¬
self 8elfl1u1 and ft isnt with the feeling o omere omeJe omere
mere dilettantism n Its all very ver amus amusing aft1usin amuslug ¬
lug in and serious serh > UR and all that thatto to be beJohn beJuhn beJoint
John Drews nephew neph > w and Ethel Barry Bafrymores Barrymores Berymores
mores brother and keep ket > p a close clS eye on onthat onUmt onthat
that nude allegorical lady lad with her hertoes l1ertOl5 hertoes
toes on the ball b H the lady we call with witha I
a capital OS S Success But n great grf > ftt big biggenerous biggenerous biggenerous
generous art like that of acting is isnecessarily isne isnecessarily
necessarily ne < EsStlriJ subservient to the feelings feelingsof
of the immediate public or argus or ormonster ormonster orimionster
monster or whatever you may be bepleased beple bepleased
pleased ple sed to call those 4000 eyes and 40
000 teeth and one mind that are out outthere outthere outthere
there in front frontHis frontHis Jont JontHis
His words came quick and brittle brittlenow brittlenow brittlenon
now Acting comes easy ooe and pays payswell paswellthttts payswelthttts
well wellthttts thats the narcotic narcoticDo
Do you OU mean I asked that you youlike youlike youlike
like the stage less or the brush more moreNot moreNot moreNot
Not taking the slightest suggestion suggestionfrom suggest suggestlonfrom on onfrom
from your our tailsIjvinheadsyoulose tailsIjvinheadsyouloseinterrogation tailsI tailsIinbeadsyouloseInterrogation Inheads ouIost ouIostinterrogation >
interrogation I will say sa this said saidthe saidthe saidthe
the youngest of the Barrymores If IfI ifI
I had to make my m choice Id give ive up upthe upthe upthe
the stage And A 1d I suppose thats amus amusing am amusing us usin ¬
ing in too tooJefferson tooJefferson
CC CCJefferson
Jefferson de d Angelis is it not absolutely absolutelycertain abEolutelYcertah absolutelycertain
certain as to the kind of actor he has hasbecome hasbecome
become but he is positive that had b he hebeen hebeen hebeeii I
been permitted to follow his natural naturalbent naturalbent naturalbent
bent he would uld have made an excellent excellentcarpenter excellentcar excellentcarenter
carpenter carpenterThe car carenterThe ellter ellterThe
The De Angells family was famous a ageneration ageneration ageneration
generation ago their line being what Is Isnow isnow isiion
now known as variety work Travel Travelbeing Travelbeing Travelbeing
being difficult they often stayed sev several severnl sevcml ¬
eral months in one city cit before moving movingon
on to the next Strange to say sa young
De Angelis showed a greater fondness fondnessfor
for the mechanical trades tra es than he did didfor didfOl didfot
for the theatre He was a great col collector collector < 01 ¬
lector of tools investing all his spare sparechange sparechmge spareehtrnge
change in planes saws braces and andbits andbits andbits
bits If he had been een permitted to go gohis gohis o ohIs
his own way WHo he probably would have havebuconie havebtl havebeconut
buconie btl on a competent stage carpenter in instead instead instead ¬
stead of a comedian come < 1ian But fate in the theperson thep theperson
person p > rson of a stern father directed it itotherwise itoUlerwis itotherwise
otherwise otherwiseDuring oUlerwisDurIn otherwiseDuring
During DurIn a long stop in Indianapolis
ok 01
Anna Eva F 1ay y
the e youngster y ungster had procured quite quitestook a astock astoek
stock of tools which he packed into intolarge Iutolarge a alarge
large valise when the order came i to tomove tomove tOmove
move to Galveston During Q th me a trip tripwhich tllpwhich trlpwhich
which occupied several days ailfl in involved Involved involved ¬
volved endless e changes of cars this thisvery t1ti t1tiyery thisvery
very heavy grip rip fell ell to the lot lotof of tJ tJelder the theelder theelder
elder De Angelis For two days h hbore be bebore libore
bore the burden patiently and uncom UftCQinptalnil1gb uncetimplainlugly uncomplainingly ¬
plainingly but finally flU8U as as the famitf famitfwas famUtwas fiumiIlwas
was walking across a long I OlU bridge at atBaton atBaton t tBaton
Baton Rouge his kindly spirit broke brokeSue brokeSue brokeSue
Sue he swift to Ms wife w wtht wthtunder < bJtt bJttunder btunder
under the sun is in this valise valit5euVh valiseWhy
uVh Why JetTs tools responded the thefond thefond tilelond
fond mother motherThere motherThere r rThere
There was a great T08t splash sp1 ah and aR tli tliriver Ute Uterlyer thriver
river swallowed up the v valise Hse and Mntitk MntitkIUUbiUon an the theambition theambition
ambition of Jefferson J de Angelis to fee feea Hcatpen bea
a carpenter carpenterWho catpen tel telVAo
Who Is UK great phenomenon phenomenonTb f fTbfo
Tb Tbfo chorus girl rl
vs Who Pho loses GefS dtumomte 4il moftd by b the ton7 ton7The ton tonThe 7 7Tbe
The chorus girt
Who pauses MI115 < 8 and thereby wins fane
A vast inheritance to claim cl m
But keeps k < S on fl daIldJtJ d cHjr Just rheine rheinerhe the flame
The chorus girl girlWko I girlWho > lrl
Who 10 calmly caJml shows a courage ccmr go rr racrhe r
The chorus girl girlwho
v who ho rescw people Ople here and tkaro
The T chorus girl girlwh
Who wh tho In brave deeds d d finds so much mueh88 Wise
That Joan J Otill of Arc A compare e re41 te t tfcte
Is Wit a shy and shrinking miss rotosThe mi8sTb4o missThe
The chorus girl girlWho lIrlYho girlWho
Who smiles Js wheneer wheJl or such thing thingThe 6 6Th
The Th chorus girl girlhos
Whos hos most stoufetteA by b th the serMttst
The T e chorus girL glrLAnd girLAnd girlAnd
And who as 1tom bomeward ward she doth 4 tk xe xeMy e eExtilaims
E Extilaims blatm8 wfth just a UD tinge or oru wok
My u r Dont > ont 1 wish those t things tW Avert v a sei 7
The chorus girl girlJulian girlWalthtii
Walthtii atOR Star StarJulian StarC
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Julian MUoh Mitchell U wa wets for or year ra tst tstmlttMtgft eta etamanager etaie etaiemaaNtger
manager for C charles Cf arlftt arl Hoyt xd aMcLTIm vHtfc vHtfcTim mk mkTin
Tim Murphy h PbY Otis Harlan and llwry llwryConor 1hnYConot sevy sevyonor
Conor onor shares ehlU the honor of freqwmKitr freqwmKitrreviving f frevivi freqentiyrevtvkog
reviving revivi g the Hoyt stories to Mr MreUs Mttcfe Mttcfeells Mft Mftelis
ells newest contribution concern cerne UN UNa tfc tfcactor
actor a tor to whom hom Hoyt on one on occaarton occaartonobserved occ occobl3erve4 occaioitobserved
observed observedBy observedBy I Iut
By the way there i Is a part partin epa epain p r rin
in The Th Brass Monkey Mnftke 4 < to jr yea this tikMyou t tyou thisyou
you could f jiay Hay it 1 and Mfeyt i SYt yt IMNIM nei neithe i ithe Jthe
the character characterCertainly chalaMfrCertainl characterCertainly
Certainly Mr JloyU HO1 mfd Id IdTbRt UM actm actmTljat efee efeeTbat
Tbat part IP I just in my m tt ttWel I IWel t1te t1teWel
Wel mi4 Mr r Hot Til 111 irfw yu yua 1 1a
a charce at it The company o > is KI KIin IIIin a aitt >
in New X York state stattTu Twu Join it ain ainI ar arI 11
I will come itsi 1 j to Elmira and andwell set how howwell hO hOwell
well you ou play it itThe itThe ItThe
The day came lan4eand art d Hoyt Ro w was on handto hand handto
to see the performamje p rf8fmaD4 The actcr was wasvery wasvery
very bad aDd after th the ptey I W wa was a8 oyer oyerHoyt over OeaHot overHoyt
Hoyt went w nt back on the stage to ee eehim eehim eehint
him himV hintWeli
Yen V 1I Mr H H9yt yt t how bo did you youHke youHkeIDE like Mkcme likeme
me meRotten Rotten was the charct characteristic rletki aa aasver aAswer a aswer
swer sweruTo
sverTo uTo To tell the truth truCk Mr Hwyt the thepart thepart e epart
part is not just in my Ite J le s saM kl the theabashed theabashed theabashed
abashed player playerXo pJavetuNo playerNo
uNo Xo returned ret rned Hoyt Yft ylioe line Is lathe Isthe isthe
the Erie ErieAi ErieAJI
C C C CAji
AJI interesting intflr gting picture of the stage stageof
of our forefntheiT for fHthe was drawn dra n oy b Sir SirHenry SirHenr Si SiHenry
Henry Henr Irving Irvln a feW days ago during duringan
an address ad rCfs delivered i in Bath J th Eng at atthe stthe t tthe
the unveiling of a memorial mertt rlal tablet tabl to toJames toJames toJames
James Quin After his hi retirement Ml litIThl
1751 Quin lived in Bath H th for fifteen fifteenyears ftft ftftyears ttftesnyears
years He h hAd d been an actor for thir thirtylive thl thlears thirtyilve ¬
tylive years ears For more > than half ba that thatperiod tbatlerIOd thatisiriod
period he had held his hl own against all allcompetitors aUcompetitors altcompetitors
competitors until the advent of David DavidGarrick DaidGarrick DavidGarrick
Garrick who reformed reform > d the th > stilted style styteof styJof styleof
of declamation then in vogue vogueTheatrical vogueTheatricAl vogueTheatrical
Theatrical audiences in those t1 day daysaid daye dayesai thitycsaid
said sai Mr lr Irving Irin must have been rath rather lRthPJ ¬
er PJ I Tearful wildfowl w dfowl and often exact exacting exaclIng exactlug ¬
ing more > when they th were pleased IIents > ed than thanwhen thanwht thanwheim
when wht > 11 they tht were angry nn ry There was al althe aiays 1 1ways
ways ays I a danger thAt tltf they would tear up uptilt uptIme
the > > benches or that some of them themwould UeInould themwould
would ould rush upon the stage tag and deliver delivera
a general eneral assault tl sault and battery balter On ow owoccasion ouuoc cmioccasion
occasion oc aslon when Rich wa was ao attacked attacked by bya
a drunken nobleman Quin saved bas basItfe binlife ntelife
life by b some vigorous vigo s swordplay swordplayThe wordpla wordplauTIle
uTIle The actors vocation then was full fullof fullor fullof
of stirring tirrh1J variety arIet Quin was a m man manof Inanof mesaof
of the readiest wit it and he is said to tohave tohave tohave
have employed it successfully suc < essfulJ in telling tellingstories ttJnObstories tellingstories
stories to an audience to keep them themfrom themfront thentfrom
from rioting when the play pIa was wRgaiting wRgaitingfor waiting waitingfor
for some royal r al personage who had for forgotten forgotten ¬
gotten the time Horace Walpole raloole tells tellBus teJlous tellsus
us that Quin when pressed to play pIA the thepart tb tbpart thepart
part of the Ghost in Hamlet Hamleta a part parthe pHlthe parthe
he considered beneath him himwould himwouldmakt himwouldmuake would wouldmake
make no answer but I wont catch catchcold eatchcold catchcold
cold behind The Ghost says Val Walpole Valpole Valpo
pole po is always ridiculously dressed dressedwith dresstdwith dressedivltlt
with a morsel of armor before and amionly RIMIonl andonly
only onl a block waistcoat and breech be behind behind behind ¬
hind hindThe
The story how Quin befriended befriendedJames b befriendedJames rrjened rrjenedJames
James Thomson whom he found fo nd in inprison inprison inprison
prison for a debt of c70 70 is a worthy worthvillustration worthyillustration worthyIllustration
illustration of the actors character He Heordered H Hordered i iordered
ordered supper and claret cJareta a good deal dealof dealof dealof
of claret claretand and when the bottle was go going goIng golug ¬
ing round he said with grim im humor It ItIs ItIs Itis
Is time we should < 1 balance accounts accountsThe SccounLuThe accountsThe
The unfortunate poet who was al already alread already ¬
ready read alarmed at this burly burl visitor visitortook visitortook visitortook
took him him for another creditor creditorMr trEdltorIr creditorMr
Mr Ir Thomson said Quin the tbopleasuse thopleasuscI thepleasuseI
pleasuse I have had hadin in reading readingyour readingyourworksI your yourworks r
works worksI I cannot estimate estimateat at les less than thnnJl00and thaa100and
Jl00and 100 and I insist in inmist jst on now nowacquittln nowacquittlnthe acquitting acquittingthe
the debt And then he put down the themoney themoney themoney
money and walked out without anoth another ¬
er word wordGustavus wordGustauB
C C C CGustavus
Gustavus Plxley Plxle a comedian in inBabes IIIuBabPs 1 1Babes
Babes in Toyland To land is confident < tha thahe tRahe that thathe
he tells the best story gtor of a pessimistic pessimisticmanager peseimi5tJemanager pessimisticmanager
manager than any one ever h has toW toWPixley t0141Pixl toldPixley
Pixley Pixl > was wa once an eccentric whistler whistlerengaged whistlerengagEd whistlerengaged
engaged with ltlt a company which pros prospered Iropered Iwospered ¬
pered during a a long lon New Ne York run runThe rtRThe rimThe
The house hou was sold out o t at every per performance lterforn1anee performance ¬
formance and every on concerned conc rned ex excepting excepting cxcepting ¬
cepting the manager was oshappy oshappyGus happy happyGus happyGut
Gus did not appear until late in the theevening theeVfnlng theevening
evening so he used to tospend spend some otnehis a ahis oC oChis
his leisure moments in the office with withthe withthe withthe
the manager before it was time for him himto hi hito hiwto
to make his appearance apJ < > araJlce One night iiigbtPixley nightPixh nightPixiey
Pixley Pixh found his friend rri nd the manager In Ina 111a Iaa
a particularly depressed state of mind mindami mindand l1t l1tand
and being bf > lng himself of a buoyant dispo disposition disMsillon dispoMUon ¬
sition sought to cheer him up upBusiness upuBufluess upBusiness
Business keep up tine doesnt It Iti Itsaid itsaid
i said the comedian comedianXo cfHnedituluNo
uNo Xo replied the manager business uhusine831s businessI
I is not so good as It was wasWhy wasUVhy wasWhy
Why you turned people away uy to tonight t tnight tonight ¬
night as usual dklnt you cm naked aakeuj aek nakedPlaley U UPixIe
j Pixley Pixleyi PixIe PixIeYe PlaleyYes
i Yes Ye I know replied the maiwger maiwgerbut mA1Jtgerbut mammgerbet
but we w did di not turn them aWay aWayearly nW8 nW8tlrl as asearl >
early earl as Wo did last night and andwalked ho hownlked bewalked
walked gloomily away awayCharles awayif awayC
C C if ifCharles CCharles
Charles Frohman announced lust week weekthat weekthllt weekthat
that he hart secured securt > 8 the English rigttte rigttteof rig rigof
of Leifli Ktesohna KJe hna C M S McLeHtuTs McLeHtuTsdrama l1Lel MeLellagsdrains s srama
drama rama in which Mrs Fteke and the Man Manhattan lI8Rhattsn Msnhattan ¬
hattan company are > appearing at the theManhattan d dManhuttan theMamihiattan
Manhattan theatre New York This play playis plR plRIs playis
is the dramatic success of the season and amithare andth6re andthere
there have been many mnJ1 rumors as to the theEnglish dieEnglish theErglish
English rights several parties having havingbeen bat batbi lmavhtgbeen
been bi n reported as anxious to secure sp ure them themThat themT thenaTjat
That T at Harrison Grey Flake controls the theEnglish theEnglish theEnglish
English rights nS s well as the American Americanrights Amerlc Americantights t1 t1ti
rights ti hts is apparent from this th statement statementissued statementissued statementissued
issued from the Manhattan theatre theatreThe theuUeThe theatreThe
The English rights to Leah Kleschna Kleschnabelong Kleschnabelong Kleschmabelong
belong to Harrison Grey Fiske Mr MrFIske MrFiske r rFiske
FIske to whom Mr McLelten McLell n gave an anoption al aloption anoption
option on the English rights of tfjis ttis play playhas pia piahas playlass
has exercised that option If Mr M MLellnn Mc McLellami Ie IeLdlnn
Lellnn has made a contract with any anyother anyoth anyother
other oth < r manager his action Is incomprehen incomprehensible ¬
sible In view iew or the fact that Mrs trs Flske Flskecollaborated Fltlkecollaborat FiSkecollaborated
collaborated d with Mr McLellan on the theplay thepIny theplay
play of Lean JClesehna as It Is pre presented presented preseated ¬
sented at the Manhattan Manh ttan theatre This Thiscollaboration Thiscclla Thiscc
collaboration cclla cc oratton although unacknowledged unacknowledgedoccupied Uhl uhacknowledgedoccupied ckhowledtedoccupied
occupied airs Flsko the entire summer summernd summer1nd summernd
1nd nd Mr MoLellan In letters to Mrs Flake Flakeas Fi6keIRS Finksam
IRS as expressed to her his ajjreolatien aJl1e < iatt n a ad adgratitude > > d dltraUtude l lgratitude
gratitude for this collaboration Mr MrMcLellan MrfcLeUan MrMcLellami
McLellan submitted his original play to toeveral toEveral tomveral
everal prominent American manager managerbut man managerS3ut S r rJUt
but failed to secure a production n until untilMrs uiitllIlr untilMrs
Mrs Ilr Fiske accepted cepted it itIf ituIf ItC
C C 4 4If
uIf If I were one of thase tb ushers hers re remarked r r11rked reimirked ¬
marked a critic at the New Amsterdam Amsterdamheatre Amsterdamha Anmeterdamhntme
heatre ha tre I wouldnt dress in th the same sameaior lMIoItlo lMIoItlomor santoier
aior ier as us the carpet would okl you I won wonvr W vomLer n npr
vr pr why they make them do It ItI it itI
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