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i 4 THE SALT LAKE HERALD SUNDAY St AY MAY 14 1905 19O SECTION TWO
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St t Louis Lou LouisThe The Planters PlanterspOUTICS The Souther SoutherpOLITICS oU T TpOLITICS
pOLITICS IN EDUCATION EDUCATIONNothing EDUCATIONNoth EDUCATIONothag
Nothing Noth g could be more unfortunate unfortunatefor
for the cause of education in this state stateand stateJtd state8nd
and Jtd particularly for the Agricultural Agriculturalcollege AgliCillturaIcollege Agr ltural lturalc
college c llege than the effort to inject poli polities polities pollties ¬
ties tete iRt te its management man ement as seems t tbe tbe to tobe
be the Bfcui > > Jut an of the new trustees t ustees appoint appointed aplMintMby ¬
ed Mby by Governor Go rnor Cutter C Uer So far as ap appears appears appears ¬
pears now President Kerr has discov discovered ditIC ditICred dieeovere1 ¬
ered red that t t two of the professors on his hisBtaff kisMat hisstaff
Mat are ue not not In harmony ha mony with him If Ifthey Ifthey Ifthey
they are not altogether disloyal Nat 1turall NaturaIiI
1 u rally urall he did not care to retain them themv themilOe themMace
v since as the responsible head of the th In Institution Institution institution ¬
stitution be could not afford to imperil imperilUic imperilUte Imperilthe
Ute success of his own administration administrationfey
fey It the retention of men Who ho were ere not notin hotin ot
in sympathy Mpalh3 with itk him him1 In this he h will willJt willWLVQ I
3 Jt WLVQ cve e the s support nport of every eVe business man mansvho manWh9 manwho
who has anything t t8 do with executive executivework exreutivecork xfeuliveork
work ork because eeauee it te I an I axiom that TO TOman TOaft ieaa
man aft can secure good g results If he has hasU 11 Izssdepeftd S
1 U depend upon aestetnnts who are luke lukewVrm luk luk1tnw
1 1tnw wVrm or hostile to Him HimApart himJMIrt himApart
Apart JMIrt from rein th the question of discipline disciplinefeewever disciplineJteweer disciplinehowever
however is the broader question of ofmachine ornta ofnsachlne
machine nta < ltIw politics oUtics in educational affairs affairso affalrsNe
k
Ne o argument is needed to show sho the thed tltegee theiaget
d iaget Bg gee r to any n school from political politicalmethods politicalMetlMds politicalitethde
methods in its management The pub public public pub1k ¬
lic would not willingly tolerate for a aMHtment a1tteIfteDt aoumeut
MHtment the U suggestion SU e tion that a state statecampaign statedJMli statecaopaign
campaign committee should be permit permitted permitlcd permittern ¬
ted to interfere in rCere in the administration athuinlotrationIsiblie of ofie orltle
ie public MI schools RooIs and reward political politicalservices poHtic8lrYlces politicalrYIces
services rYlces fey appointments H atf principals principalsl principalstechers
l teachers te CMts for campaign campa workers workersNeither ork rs rsNtLttMr
1 Neither will 11 the people pe pIe of 0 Utah willing willingly lIting lItingI ¬
I ly permIt a a state committee through throughjipHUiatl throughj9IkkaI throughltlcal
jipHUiatl ltlcal appointees e 9ft eu the Agricultural AgriculturalaMege Agrkslturallege AgriculturalboItnl
aMege lege board ie to name j professors er ertftfetatc 4Kpolicies orkiate
tftfetatc policies t to Ute president of tha thauniversity t tatYftBity thsaIecaty
university universityIf atYftBityIl
If it were possible for such a system systemI g Mem Memte
te I fee established estalllli tabIIse Ited this state wtwld soon soonIMS aonho On
IMS left ett without a college worthy the t re rei reOIconAcJeAce repeet
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i peet e i or OIconAcJeAce conftdence 0 f the th public it itnot itBOt itapkt
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apkt not command matMI the services of t any anyMffrespectin anyrespectin anyJmzespectin
Mffrespectin respectin educator worth haYing having1aw haYingDOl
aw tr could Id it retain its present high highstanding higRtanunr highstand1ng
standing among amon the ether states 8tat s for forefllcieocy fureIeeieIIcy foredency
efllcieocy and independence in its whde whdeodactkHial 1h whee4ucatlonal < Le LeoiitJenal
odactkHial system systemPresident systemieeMent I
President l shIent Kerrs record as the head headllie Jwoacl1ttle
4 llie 1ttle Agricultural college ool e has as been beennueh beenn hfeftto
n nueh ii as to command the admiration of ofevery oC9BIY ofoy
every one who has had occasion to towtartfch tothe toteh
wtartfch teh the growth of the thelnnitution institution He Heh Hebos
bos h g been > > een aggressive a gres iYe modern and liberal liberalIn
In Ms policy the attendance ha has in increased irr inciend ¬
creased r the character r of work done doneha doneheea doneI
ha I been commended by the best judges judgesf u nJgesseet ges gesc
f Mdt seet s eh matters in the whole country countryand coUht coUhtt1te countrybd
and bd the exhibits at St Louis were wereKtnoag werelb ere erea
Ktnoag a the best shown in a competition competitionwhich competitionr
lb
r r which Jilek included practically ail the ag agricultural agtaral ag3leUItUrl ¬
ricultural taral colleges eol es in the United States StatesXt States1t
Xt 1 is a confession c of weakness in the theopposition theJpJlOStJo theopiotMst
opposition to him im that no criticism of ofMe otJds ofbla
Me pen leIMDaJUy nality or his work has been been4fered beenereCI beenereI
4fered ereCI fey those who 110 would remove removehim removeJdaa removeiIrn
him Jithey K they dared daredTJaieas dKredUak8s daredUkss
TJaieas some further evidence is i forth forthfiomlng forthssabig orthleaNing
leaNing which to not known now the thetrustee thexustees I
t1Wtees trustee of the college ought to sustain sustainPresident sustainPresWetrlt mstaIuPresidet
President Kerr in every way possible possibleand possiblelid
and lid see to it that no taint of politics politicsIs ooUtJcsIntp8duced lltcs
Is introduced into its administration administrationeither administrationeitJl administrationeither
either eitJl < < directly or indirectly indirectlyjyAN indlreeUyr indlreeUyNAN indirectlyNAN
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NAN NAN PATTERSON PATTERSONShe
She Sh was as loudly k > udly cheered by a crowd crowdS
of S 2996 persons MIHft8 as she left the prison prisonXan pri priXan prisonNan
Xan Patterson was loudly cheered as asfce aseft ase
fce e left the prison What hatbad had Nan NanItattwseii XanatS4Ml NanBattarsoit
Itattwseii done to deserve applause applauseThis applauseThis applauseThis
> This ThisShe ThisSIte ThisShe
She got drunk with ith another womans womanstiwebattd womanshM womans1iwobasd
tiwebattd who was killed while she was waswith wasith s stt
with ith tt him In a carriage She was ar arrested arrestecl arp arprested
rested defended by clever attorneys attorneysfkvored attorneysftnorecl attorneystxuced
fkvored by disagreements in the jury juryroom juryrMIR juryoIn
room oIn and regained her liberty She Shewas SheWas Shewas
was Was not convicted ot o murderf murd snurder nor was wasshe wasMe washe
she he acquitted acquittedNan acquittedNan ltted lttedX
Nan X Patterson was not entitled to tohonor toJtenoc tohenor
honor Waa as she entitled to sympathy sympathyNo sympathXo
No except as 5 we are accustomed a ustomed to tofcei tof4eeI toeeI
fcei compassion toward all who suffer sufferior sulferXalt suffer44or
44or ior Nan Patterson Ptter n must have suf suf4mf suff sufeesd
4mf 4mff f C eesd eesdBwt
Cr
f But Nan Patterson Patt4 non is no martyr She Shevas She1ft Sheras
ras vas m 1ft the carriage carri e when the man n was waskitted nsuCad H Hk
Cad k and the law had 8 right to ask askk aIiMe aiit
k she kilted him himNan himiN himNi
iN < Nan Pattersons history is well known knownnow kno knowniiew n niMw
now It is a story of selfishness It ItQfMiafm It1tW Ittki
QfMiafm tki 1tW not one noble aet not one onetTU oneInIe one onetJrbIo
tTU InIe womanly sacrifice She SIt lived for forherself torbrsetr forlsersetf
herself atone atoneThose aJofteTlt aloneThose
Those Tlt e In the crowd knew kne all this Yet Yetshe Yetshe Yetshe
she was loudly cheered Why WhyBecause WhyBecauno YhyBceau
Because Bceau she was a woman w mall a weak weakWoman weakwq weakwoman
Woman woman who had suffered Because B au she shehad shekd sheliul
had kd bean be erroneously pictured as a per persecuted perCUted peraeuted ¬
secuted CUted woman more sinned against againstthan agaln againstI t ttlMl
I than tlMl sn s4nnlng s4nnlngeasy DIRg DIRgIt it itJt
Jt is easy to appeal to the emotions of ofjihe ofthe
2 the the crowd crowdTap crowd1T
1 1T Tap crowd applauded the unworthy unworthyJJWL unw unwothypatterednand < > thY thYpatteP
JJWL Patteredn patterednand patteP n and 11dcrucl crucified ed the Savior SaviorffiSia Sal Saviorf r rtfi
tfi ffiSia f Llw o world worldIn wOrldIn w rld rldin
> In In dlsjnJsstnr dlsml th the case it is proper 1WO er to tol
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give ghesomo some attention attOA Gn to the remarks of ofDistrict ofDistrict ofDistrict
District Attorney Jerome and of Re Recorder Recorder Recorder ¬
corder Goft Go Mr Jerome said ealdmany many of ofi ofthe ofi
i i the ho newspapers new 9prS had labored to create createsympathy createsympilth createsympthy
sympathy for the girl and that the thecase thecase he hecase
case hadfaaused had eaused one OB ° more step toward towardtrial towardI towardtrial
trial by newspapers rather than trial trialby td81by trialby
I
by jury juryUnfortunately jUryLnfortunateb juryrnortunatelye
Unfortunately there is much truth truthm
r In what he said As to the newspapers newspapersexerting newspapersI
I exerting an Influence on the jury there theremay thereI
I may m be some serite question uestI n but there can canbe canbe canbe
I be no question but that certain New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York journals labored hard to arouse arousepublic arousepublic arousepublic
public sympathy s pathY for the defendant defendantAnd defenda defendaitAnd tt ttAnd
And yet the papers were not wholly to toblame toblame toblame
blame They The were merely striving to topresent topresent topresent
present what hat their readers demanded demandedand dertmnded dertmndedand deznandedand
and in response rf poase to this demand they theyprinted theyprInted theyprinted
printed day d after day da comment on onthe onthe onthe
the trial by b noted writers such as Rich Richard Richard Richard ¬
ard Le Galiienne David Belasco and andHarold andHarold andHarold
Harold ilacGrath Are these writers writersto writersto rltersto
to be held blameless if blame is to be beattached beattached beattached
attached anywhere anywhereRecorder anywhereRecorder anywhereRecorder
Recorder Goff in dismissing the girl girlgave girlave girlgave
gave ave her some good advice He en entreated entreated entreated ¬
treated her to remember what she had hadpassed haap hadpassed
passed p s ed through thro gh and to let that ordeal ordealbe ordealbe ordealbe
be her guide for the future futureFollowing futureFollowIng futureFollowing
Following this comes the girls state statement statement statement ¬
ment that she will not return to the thestage thestage thestage
stage stageIt
It is to be hoped she will adhere to toher toher toher
her express expresMti tl determination detennin ttonbut but we weconfess weconfess weconfess
confess to doubts Nan an Patterson does doesnot doesnot doesnot
not appeaV ap appe to be of the type that takes takeslessons takesl takenlessons
lessons l ns of this thI kind to heart Rather Rathershe Rathershe Rathershe
she appeals to us as belonging to the theclass thecla5S theclam
class that soon forgets She is all su superficiality superfIclallt superliclality ¬
perficiality perficialityAnd perfIclalltAnd perliclality4nd
And yet we can ca hope we do her an aninjustice aninjustice aninjustice
injustice that she has undiscovered undiscoveredtraits undiscoveredtrails undiscoveredtraits
traits of character chara ter that will lead her herinto herInto herInto
into different and better paths than thanthose thanthose thanthose
those she has so far followed followedWe fonowedVe followedWe
We Ve would like to believe the Nan Pat Patterson Pattenron Patlemon ¬
lemon case Is ended endedJNTEREST eooedINTEREST emled1NTEREST
a
INTEREST IN SALT LAKE LAKEOne LAKEOne LAKEOne
One of o the unexpected results of4he of4hetrip orthetrip ofthetrip
trip to Los Angeles is the interest interestawakened interestawakened interestawakened
awakened in this city clt among the uali ualifornians californians ialifornians
fornians who happened to meet the ex excursionists excu excursionists ¬
cursionists cu ionists Naturally they were full fullof funof fullof
of curiousity as tobusiness to usiness opportuni opportunities ¬
ties and the real esetate men m of the theexpedition theexpedition theexpedition
expedition spent a good ood deal of time timeanswering timea timeanswering
answering a erinb questions as to realty realtyvalues realty1ues realtyvalues
values 1ues rental incomes cost of build buildin buildin buildlog
in log demand for business houses and andresidences findresidences andresidences
residences and other matters bearing bearingon
on the present and future value of in investments investments investments ¬
vestments vestmentsEvery vestmentsEvery vestmentsEvery
Every Los Angeles man who hear1 hear1the hear1the huarithe
the Salt Lakers talk expressed his as astonishment as astonishment astonishment ¬
tonishment at the comparatively con l rntiveh low lowprice l lowprice w wprice
price of property in the business Dis District i itri is istrict ¬
trict tri t here lere and numbers of themox themoxpressed themxpressed themoxpremed
pressed their intention of coming rp rpto tpto p pto
to look over the field for themselves themselveswith themseheswith themselveswith
with a view to purchasing grounl grounlAVhen groun grouniWhen J JVlum
When the excursionists compared comparedprices comparedprices comparedprices
prices there and here It was easy for forthem forthem forthem
them to understand why the Califor Californians Californians Californisos
nians regard Salt Lake realty re tlty in the thebusiness thebusiness thebusiness
business district as a snap Even the thefigures thefigures thelIures
figures for Tain street ground which whichhas whichhas whichhas
has been held at fairly high prices pricesseem pricesn prices5eent
seem n ridiculously low 10 when ranged rangedalongside rAnlda rangedalongside
alongside a Jon ide the valuation placed on onSl 011SIKinr onSpring
Sl Spring ring and Broad street locations in inLos InLos InLea
Los Angeles while hile the going prices pricesfor p pilcesfor ices icesfor
for property on State West Temple TempleFirst TempleFirst TempleFirst
First Second and Third South straits straitsin 3tr 3trIn
in no way llY approach the values lues of ofground 1 1ground ofground
ground similarly located in the south southern soutilnt southera ¬
era nt city cityOf cityor cityOf
Of course it is unlikely the growth growthof
of Salt Lake will enable it to reach reachanything reachanthinb reachanything
anything like the proportions of Los LosAngeles LosAIueles LosAngeles
Angeles for a decade or longer and andthe andthe andthe
the income value of f reel estate must mustnecessarily mustnecessarily mustnecessarily
necessarily be lower but the keenest keenestjudges keen keenestjudges t tjudes
judges from that city cit of real estate estateexperts estateexperts estateexperts
experts were agreed a eefi that there is cer certain certain certam ¬
tain tam to be substantial and rapid rie riein ri rieIa e ein
in the value of ground on the roam mamstreets roamstreets mainstreets
streets and those arteries which cross crossMain CrofSMain crossMain
Main street between the the church prop property propert property ¬
erty ert and Fifth South Their estimate estimatetoo
too is based on an experience xp rience where whereconditions wh wherecomlitieiis r rconc1ltlet1s
conditions give weight ciSht to their judg judgment ju judgmerit g gJneIl ¬
merit mentWhether JneIl meritWhether t
thether
Whether hether the sanguine predictions pr dlcUons as asto asto asto
to the future of Salt Lake are realized realizedor rett1i rett1ior
or not the Californians have quite uite as asmuch asmueh asmuch
much faith In this city as its own ownpeople onpeople ownpeople
people have and they are making their theirplans theirplans theirplans
plans to reap some of the benefits to tobe tobe tobe
be derived from investments on what whatthey whatthey wiatthey
they believe qeliee is the ground floor floorj RoarNEW floorNEV
j jEW YORKS YORKS LEGISLATURE LEGISLATURENew
New Xe York Republicans dread the theafter theafter
after effects of the unsavory acts of the theRepublican theRepu theRepublican
Republican Repu 1ican legislature that has just justadjourned justadjourned justadjourned
adjourned If reports are to be cred credited credIted eredited ¬
ited graft and bribery brlbe ran wild through throughboth througltboth throughboth
both branches Decent members of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the legislature were successful in post postponing postponing postponing ¬
poning the time for the destruction lrncUon of ofNiagara orXi8a ofNiagara
Niagara Xi8a Falls but they were unable to tosecure tosecure tosecure
secure the passage ot a bill that wasdesigned wasdesigned was wasdesigned
designed to weaken the clutch the thegas thea5 thegas
gas a5 trust has on the people of New NewYork Xework NewYork
York ork City Ctt A bill to reduce the price priceof priceof priceof
of gas went down to defeat as a result resultof resultof resultof
of the manipulations of the gas trust trustlobby trustlo trustlobby
lobby lo b aided by b the trusts creatures creaturesin
in the chambers and the people are areloud areloud areloud
loud in their denunciation The Ihe he Repub Republican Republican Republican ¬
lican New York Press takes t kes a a gloomy gloomyview gloomYi6 gloomyview
view Yi6 of the situation in a long edi editorial editodal editonal ¬
tonal which hlch closes with this paragraph paragraphWe paragraphuVe
uVe We might mlg t have had we ought to tohave tohave tohave
have had a splendid record with which whichto
to go before the voters of New York YorkCity YorkCity YorkCity
City next November at the mayoralty mayoraltyelection mayoraltyelection mayoraltyelection
election We Ye have nothing to offer but buthumiliation butJmmlllaUon buthumiliation
humiliation and defeat and disgrace disgracein
in a legislature of Qf a a clear Republican Republicanmajority RepublicanllNtjorJtJ Republicanmajority
majority with a 8 Republican governor governorsitting governorsitting governorsitting
sitting in the executive chamber Per Perhaps Perhaps Perhaps ¬
haps wb whoa n the votes otes are counted in inGreater inGreater inGreater
Greater New York next November and andwhen andhen andwhen
when hen they are again counted in No November Xoember November ¬
vember of 19Q6 some of the Re Republicans Republle8JlS Repubileans ¬
publicans who now fall to under understand undersland understand ¬
stand what hat damage has been done doneby doneby doneby
by this legislature to their party partylocal JMlttyJOO8I partylocal
local state and national UonaJ will then ap appreciate appreciate appredate ¬
preciate at its full the lamentable lamentabletruth Ianten lamentabietruth bIe bIetruth
truth Alas perhaps it will then be betoo betoo betoo
too late to placate the enraged public publicin
in half a generation generationThe generatonThe
The present pre ent dayadmjrers of Presi President President President ¬
dent Roosevelts Roo ev ts bearhunting be rhuntiPb exploits exploitsIn
In the Rockies of 0 course are related in inno inno inno
no way to the men who were wont once onceto onceto onceto
to criticize President Cleveland for his hiscruelty hise1ty hisQeity
cruelty e1ty m catching fish and shooting shootingducks shooU shootingducks g gdueks
ducks ducksSo dueksSo ducksSo
So S oretary Morton will m leave lea c the thecabinet theca thecabinet
ca cabinet lnet next autumn This may ma prop properly properly properly ¬
erly be considered an early Oflryfell fell for Mr Mrforton 31rMorton Ir IrMorton
Morton MortonAt fortonAt
n
qr qrAt f
At any rate SalfcXakgte Sal LpJtAs open < atrt atrtoars trft trftpast t tOftr5
oars havebeen havQ been eft enJh Sh1Tent1l8ted ventiisteei the t11Cpast thepsa
past fftw fp ow days d yp iJ
I REVIVAL OF TC TRILBY AI A ASUCCESS
I I SUCCESS By ByFraD1dinFyle ByFranldlln Franldm Fyl I
YOK ilay Ia 12 12Wllton I2WIItOflSVfl I2WIItOflSVflL Wilton Sven Svengali sve svegali
rNEW
NEW L I gali Lackaye is hypnotizing Vir Virginia Yirglnla Virginia ¬
ginia Trilby Tril Harned after letting lettingher lettingheralone lettingberalone
her heralone alone these ten years His fli eyes ur uras areas lr lras
as wild as before and his whiskers as aascraggy asScragg asScraggy
scraggy Her feet and ankles are areagain areagain areagain
again bare and fair and she gets spell spellbound speUt ¬
t bound in the same old way Burr Taffy TaffyMclntosh TafrYlIclntosb TaffyI
I Mcintosh and John Laird Glendinmns Glendinmnsof
of the three musketeers of the brush brushremain brushI brushremain
remain remaiti constant in their love l c of the themodel themedel themodel
I model but Alfred LHtleBillee Hick HickI
I I man their chum and rival is one df < 5f f the theI
I several missing from rein the studio com comI communlty
I I munity of ora a decade ago Hickman went wentI
I from Miss Harned to Blanche Walsh Walshwhen Walshwhen aI5h aI5hwhen
when that stalwart acress made a tour tourwith tour1th tourwith
with 1th the mesmeric drama and one ori day dayMiss dayMiss dayMiss
Miss Trilby Walsh took her nice little littleBillee littleBillee littleBiilee
Billee flicKman out from fiction fiction Into Intofact Intotact Intofact
fact and married him That change of ofclimax otc1ima ofclimlL
climax from a funeral to a weeding weedingwasnt weadingwa weedingwasnt
wasnt wa < nt meant for the public to know ot otand otand orand
and the secret was kept until un i1 two twoyears twoears twoyears
years ears ago when hen th thi actress divulged it itin Itin Itin
in a decree of divorce So the private privateeffort prIvateeffort privateeffort
effort at a happy ending for one Trilby Trilbyand Trilbyand Trilbyand
and one BHIee was as a failure Hickman HickmanIs
Is still playing youthful parts but Miss MIsfcHarned MJsbHarned Misshlarned
Harned hasnt taken him back for the thepresent thepresent thepresent
present reproduction In his stead we wehave wehave wehave
have William Courtenay who is as asmuch asmuch asmuch
much too tall for the Du Maurier Maurieric Maurierictures Jic Jictures nic nictures
tures of Little Billee as Miss Uss HarnjSd is istoo istoo istoo
too short for th the typical t Du Maurier Mauriergirl Mflurierglila Ift urier urierhla
girl glila hla a creature as long and thin as the theGibson theGibson theGibson
Gibson girl girlThe girlThe girlThe
The firstnighters flrstnightershad had a hullaballoo hullaballootime hullaballootime hullabalootime
time over this recurrence of Trilb Trilband Trilby Trilbyand Trilbyand
and their applause went far beyond beyondf beyondthat i ithat
that which had greeted any an new play playthis playthis playthis
f this season They came ready read to be behypercritical behypercrillcal behypercritical
hypercritical but as soon as it was sure surethat surethat surethat
that the piece hadnt become obsolete obsoleteand obsoleteand obsoleteand
and that the actors had gained pro proficiency proficIency proficiency ¬
ficiency during ten years ears they the let letthemselves letthemselves letthemseives
themselves go wild with delight The Thecurtain Thecurtain j
curtain had to be raised fourteen times timesafter timesafter j jafter
after the scene of Trilbys collapse and andSvengalis andSvengaUs andSvengalis
Svengalis death T I say ay had to be beraised beraised beraised
raised not merely that it was as raised raisedbecause ra raisedbecause sed sedbecau
because becau e there was was no need to play phi first firstnight firstnight firstnight
night tricks with the curtain The Theusual Theusual Theusual
usual process is to have the clacque clacquecomposed c1acquecomposed clacquecomposed
composed of friends in the audience re reinforced reinforced reinferred ¬
inforced by the ushers incite and andmaintain andmaintaIn andmaintain
maintain the applause until signaled signaledto i ito
to stop The signal consists of turning turningdown turningdown j
down the footlights and turning up the thelights thelights thelights
lights throughout the house But here herethe herethe i
the honest applause kept on after the thesignal thesignal 1 1sibal
signal was given and wouldnt cease ceaseevefi ceaseevefi ceaseevefl
evefi when the band began to play pIa A Aspeech Aspeech I Ispeech
speech was as demanded of Lackaye and andfor an anfor andfor
for a wonder he made one without a acynical ac acynical
cynical c nical whack at anything or anybody anybodyHe anbod anbodHe
He is s Mansfield for oratorical cxpiolts ex exploits eXplolts ¬
ploits before the curtain curtainThe curtainThe curtainThe
The uncertainty whether whether Trilby Trilbywould Trilbywould Trilbywould
would be regarded as preposterous aft after aCter after ¬
er a decade of dramatic progress was waasmall wassmall wassmall
small by b comparison with the dread of ofridicule orridicule ofridicule
ridicule at the original production The Thelate Thelate Thelate
late A M 1 Palmer had lost prestige and andfortune andrortune andfortune
fortune at the theatrical game of ofchance orchance ofchance
chance and was ready read to try almost almostanything almostan almostanything
anything an thing for a change of Iuek but butPaul butPaul butPaul
Paul Potters idea of a Trilby dra dramatization dramatization dramatizatton ¬
matization seemed a play pIa that could couldhardly couldhRrdl couldhardly
hardly hRrdl win Making a great singer out outof outof outof
of an unwilling novice by keeping her herin h herin r rin
in a hypnotic trance might be amusing amusingas
as a joke on mental phenomena but butcould butcould butcould
could it be made a sane proposition In Inu Ina ina
a serious drama dramaVery dramaVery rama ramaVery
Very well said Eugene Eug > ne Presbrcy Presbrcywho Presbre Presbreywho
who 00 was as Palmers stage director directorwhen directorwMn directorwhen
when Laura Don playing pla lng what hat had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been intended for an emotional part in ina Ina ina
a new uieoe ece with John T Raymond Raymondwas R1mondas
was as laughed hlu < < hed at In a scene S < ene which struck struckthe struckthe struckthe
the audience as absurd she instantly instantlytook instanl1took instantlytook
took her cue for a change of manner mannerto
to burlesque and so saved the piece pieceNow pieceNow pieceNow
Now we will m have Lackaye and Miss MisaHarned MissHarned Uis3Harned
Harned ready to do just that same samething samething samething
thing with Svengali and Trilby Trllb 1C I it itbecoIDefi itbecomes j
becomes necessary necessaryPresbrey necess necessaryPresbrey 1 1Presbrey
Presbrey was as to give the t e word to toturn toturn toturn
turn the tragedy into a comedy comed if the theaudience theaudience theaudience
audience began to laugh at the th hyp hypnotism hpnotism hypnotism ¬
notism but no such course cour became nec necessary nece5Sa necesuary ¬
essary e5Sa and the experiment enriched enrichedPalmer enrichedPalmer enrichedPalmer
Palmer sufficiently to postpone his hisbankruptcy hisbankruptcy hisbankruptcy
bankruptcy several years ears He decided decidedtoreap decidedtoreap decidedtoreap
toreap the harvest before the grain had hadtime hadtime hadtime
time to spoil in the th field Who knew knewhow kn knewhow w woow
how short the Trilby Trilb fad might be beWithin beI beWithin
I Within ithin a month twelve companies were wereon wereon wereon
on as many man routes every ee one connected connectedwith connectedwith
i with the affair profited richly The Theroyalty TheroyaItr Theroyalty
royalty paid by b him was 10 per cent of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the gross Tosq receipts of which 4 went to tothe tothepubUshers tothe
the thepubUshers publishers of the novel Harper HarperBrothers HarperBrotbers HarperBrothers
Brothers and 3 each to Potter and Du DuMaurier Dufaurier DuMaurier
Maurier I dont suppose that as much muchmoney much1Done muchmoney
money 1Done has ever en r been made with any anyother anyother anyother
other play pia in a single year yearAt yearAt yearAt
At a spring bargain sale of Shakes Shakespeare Shakespeare Shakespeare ¬
peare we get Romeo and Juliet for forseventeen for5eenteen forseventeen
seventeen cents marked down from fromseventyfive fromscentyfIve fromseventyfive
seventyfive About the quality we webRve wehave wehave
have to take It as is and in quantity quantltywe
we e must buy bu tickets in bunches of six sixfor sIxfor sixfor
for a dollar Of course thats too toocheap toocheap toocheap
cheap to be very Ye good Percy Has Haswell Hasen Haswell
well en is the firstrate Juliet but the theRomeo theRomeo theRomeo
Romeo Is much the worst I ever saw sawand sawand sawand
and the mounting is no better than thanthat thanthat thanthat
that which Edwin Booth once gave to toHamlet toHamlet toHamlet
Hamlet That aspersion on the mem memory memor mernory ¬
ory or of Booth demands d mands explanation explanationAfter explanationAfter i
After the great tragedian had bank bankrupted bankrupted bankrupted ¬
rupted himself with Ith magnificent pro productions productions productions ¬
ductions at the theater bearing his hisname hisname hisname
name and when his artistic ambition ambitionwas
was utterly crushed he went on a atour atour atour
tour for revenue only with a com company compan cornpony ¬
pony pan of incompetents and scenery scener on ona ona ona
a par with what It enclosed Even EvenBooths EvenBooths EvenBooths
Booths own Hamlet was deteriorated deterioratedThe
The venture was a sorry SOIT incident In Inthe inthe Inthe
the portion of Booths career between betweenhis
his decline through his own lack of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the commercial instinct and his rise riseagain riseagain riseagain
again through Lawrence Barretts
business shrewdness combined with withprofessional withprofessional withprofessional
professional liberality I1berallt So both Booth Boothand Boothand Boothand
and Barrett Barrettdied died wealthy wea1th and at the
height of o a Joint fame fameWe famee fameWe
We e have a reminder this week In InThe InThe inThe
The Blot In the Scutcheon that not notall notaU notall
all of Lawrence La rene Barretts brave risks riskswere risksere riskswere
were ere wisely Wlsel taken tak n There Is no safety
In Brownings tragedy even In this late lateclay
day in dramatic advancement The Thestory Thesto Thestory
story sto of the proud Treshams daughter daughterwho daughterwho daughterwho
who falls from virtue with the Gaul Gaulwho Gaulwho Gaulwho
who asks her hand and thereby thereb brings
death to nearly nearl nil concerned is I full fullof fullot fullof
of poetical thoughts and theatrical im impossibilities Impossibilities impossibilities ¬
possibilities Mildred faints at her
brothers accusation whereupon her h r
loving cousin pays no no attention to her herphysical herphysical herphysical
physical plight plighttbut tbut but delivers a long
harangue on the subject of mercy merc in insuch Insuch insuch
such a case of Immorality as IS hers
Half of the fourth act passes between betweenthe betweenthe betweenthe
the wounding of the girls lover and andhis andIlis andhis
his death de th the while being occupied by bJ
his dissertation on the passing from fromthis rromthis fromthis
this world orld into the other In the fifth fifthact fifthact fifthact
act Mildred is so distracted bv b news newsof newsof newsof
of his death that she declares she shewill shewill
will 11I straightway explrebut she doesnt doesnttill doesnttill doesnttill
till she has spoken three pages of ofpretty orprett ofpretty
pretty prett but not profound poetry This Thisfashion Thisfasblon Thisfashion
fashion of antemortem loquacity it itobserved ifobs hobserved
observed obs rved by Tresham who seems tc tcfinally teftnall tofinally
finally ftnall die of exhaustion exbaUft on brought on
by protracted vocalism vocalismWhen vocalismWhen vocalismWhen
When Barrett brought out The W jlit > t
In the Scutcheon with Viola Alles Al e fefr fefran f f4ran Ift IftI r ran
I an assistant he cut the th poetsph3t poetsph3tprofusely poets poetsfpIiIprofusely ph phprofuseh
profusely and Browning thank hm
for It but Mrs frs Lemoyne maRes manes no noabridgement noabridgement noabridgement
abridgement and her superfine elocu elocution elocutlonshe elocutionshe ¬
tion tlonshe she was a noted reader of Brown Bro n
Ing In before she became an actress actressdoes actressdoesnot does doesnot
not save the undramatic drama from
tedium It has been in her mind to toperform toperfonn toperform
perform it ever since she sh associated associatedwith assoclntedwith associatedwith
with Otis Skinner and Eleanor Rob Robson Robson Robson
son got a deal of praise with Brown Irosvn ¬
ings In a Balcony and she has tried
invaln inyalnto to interest Julia Marlowe farlowewlth with
Skinner in the t e venture entur she Is now mak ¬
ing with ith The Scutcheon So we
Have a common cast with the star starstriving starstriving starstriving
striving to shine in the role put fourth
In importance TO Tosot o sat dowonthe dowp Ilie truth
bluntly The Balcony which is but
i
i 5 5one
one act of an unfinished d tragedy is isiitut isjust Isjust
just iitut four acts better thoatrirnllv theatrically than thanthis thanthIs thanthis
this fiveact eact composition compositionHelena composItIonH compositionHelena
Helena H l na Modjcska and Clara Morris Morrishave Morrishave Morrishave
have stood forth simultaneously in ap appeals appeals appeals ¬
peals for theatrical consideration yet yetcontrastingly yetcontrasUngly yetcontrastlngiy
contrastingly as actresses posed on onpedestals onpedestals onpedestals
pedestals of distress Mrs Mojeska MojeskaBozenta MojeskaBozenta UojcskaBO
Bozenta BO zenta wanted money with which h Ch to topay topay
pay payoff off a mortgag on her ranch In Insouthern insout4crn InsoUthern I
southern California but she declined d cllned as asan asa asan
an a Indignity to accept ac pt 30000 for acting actingnvnt actinghIf actingllt
hIf an hour twice U day In vaudevllle vaudevilleand f
and took 9000 OOO at a tharlt charity entertain entertainO1nt tntertalnrnfut
nvnt given in her behalf on thestrictly thestrictlylegitimate the15trlrtblegitimate thetr1etlylegitimate
legitimate stage Mrs Irs Morris Harriott Harriotthas Harriotthas Harriotthas
has a nonproductive husband like likeModjeskas likefodjEskas likeModjeskas
Modjeskas Count Bozenta and a amortgaged amortgaged amortgaged
mortgaged homestead on the Hudson HudsonCoincidental HudsonCoIncidental HudsonCoinpidental
Coincidental with Modjeskas Modj kas disdain disdainof
of o vaudeville Clara Morris IoITIs sets out ut to toearn toearn toearn
earn money with a monologue Ii1 nologue at atconcert a aconcert aconcert
concert hall and I am glad to believe believethat believethat believethat
that the manager tells the truth when whenh
h says she is paid 600 a week for her herloss herloss herloss
loss of professional dignity As to that thatwell thatwell thatwell
well Modjeska is a great artist and andno andno andno
no one had to buy a ticket for her en entertainment entertainment entertainment ¬
tertainment unless expecting to get a amoneys amoneys amoneys
moneys worth worthClara worthClara worthClara
Clara Morris is isapitiful a pitiful sight Nerv Nervous Nervom Nervous ¬
ous pains have wrenched her these thesemany theseman thesemany
many man years ears and she is feeble Her Hervoice Hervoice Hervoice
voice is unsteady and her hands trem tremble trembl trernble ¬
ble bl But the old time pathos is In her hersjjeech herpeeCh herpeech
sjjeech peeCh and eloquent expressions come comeInto comeInto comeinto
Into her face Her monologue Is made madeup madEup madelip
up of three anecdotes already published publishedIn
In her reminiscences of the stage stageabout stageabouther about abouther abouther
her substitution while playing pla lng Camille Camilleof
of a a celery c ler top from the supper table tablefor tablefor tablefor
for the camel cameli1 which should have been beenIn beEnIn beenin
In her bodice to give to Armand for a alove alove
love token about a careless dunce of ofan ofan ofan
an actress who chewed gum and bit bither bither
her lines Into pieces while personating personatingthe
the nlayer queen in Hamlet and andabout andabout andabout I
about the little girl who while taking takinga
a merry me part In a comedy tomed heard h nrd that thather thather thather
her twin sister was dying at home and andvas andwas andwas
was sustained In ina Ii song by the voice of ofa ota ofa
a weeping woman In the wing Clara Claradoesnt Clarad Claradesnt
doesnt d esnt let probability hamper her in inwriting inwriting inwriting
writing anecdotes of the theatre > nor nordoes nordoes nordoes
does she in telling them on the vaude vaudeville yaudeyille vaudeyule ¬
yule stage And the pronouns I and andMe andIe andMe
Me Ie are very numerous But in both bothkinds bothkinds bothkinds
kinds of narration she 5 e has a potency potencyall potencall
all her herown own and the audience aud l > nce which I Isaw Isaw Isaw
saw her face though it didnt respond respondto
to her as we used to in the days of ofher ofher ofher
her dramatic power still se6med e med inter interested inter interested interested ¬
ested and entertained She sh uses two twochairs twochairs tWOchairs
chairs and a table to sit in and at and andto andto andto
to saunter to and from during the thequarter theQuarter theQuarter
quarter of an hour which she occupies occupiesI occupiesand occupiesand
I and they seem to be b devices for re relieving relieving relieving ¬
lieving her restless nerves rather than thanto thanto thanto
to give variety to tf her attitudes She Shecharacterizes Shecharacterizes Shecharacterizes
characterizes the th < persons who figure in inthe Inthe inthe
the stories and Infuses them with con considerable considerable
1 siderable of her own engrossing indi individuality ¬
viduality vidualityThree YiduaIlt YiduaIltThree vidualityThree
Three hundred vaudeville names nameswere nameswere nameswere
were used to draw dra v people to an Actors ActorsFund 1 1Fund I
Fund show last Sunday and the theowners theowner5 theowners
owners of fully two hundred of them themwere themwere I
were on the stage lta e though there wasnt wasnttime wasnttime wasnttime
time between eight oclock and mid midnight midnight midnight
night for more than thirty to get their theirusual theirusual theirusual
usual snecSarties into the programme programmeThe pro grammf grammfThe
The others merely mer1 served in choruses chorusesand chorusesand chorusesand
and ballets It was a good show yield yielding yieldInJ yieldbig ¬
big InJ J4000 to the Fund yet it contained containedno
no new thing and the th only thing to topick topick topick
pick out for mention was PO o old as a to tohe tohp tohe
he Tony Ton Pastor singing Down in a aCoal aCoal aCoal
Coal Mine There still tfll is a Tony TonyPastors TonyPastors
Pastors Theatre among the thirty thirtysix thirt thirtsix thirtysix I
six In New ew York devoted to varieties varietiesbut yarletiesbut varietiesbut
but Tony Ton himself aged affluent and andbountiful andbountiful andbountiful
bountiful has retired to a country home homeon homeon homeon
on Long Lon Island So it was a novelty noveltyto 11ov ltJ ltJto
to see him once more shove his silk hat hataway hatawa hataway
away awa back on his hi bead n ad d cock it over overone onrone overone
one eye eye > grab ab it offand off and thump it all allin allin allin
in the bygone way wa There was a astageful astageful astageful
stageful of vaudeville youngsters to tojoin tojoin tojoin
join him in the chorus and at length lengththe lengththe
the whole audiencebroke audience broke in with him himand himand himand
and them themIwas themI I
Iwas I was looking Tony remarked as asbetween asbetween asbetween
between verses erses he peered here and andthere andthere andthere
there among his companions for forMadame foradame forIadame
Madame Modjeska ModjeskaCassie ModjeskaCasie IodjeskaCaasie
Cassie Chadwick hasnt been so foiled foiledby foiledb foiledby
by b all the law la courts of Ohio as she sheis sheis he heIs
is by b two dramatists in New York Her Herdownfall Herdonfall Herdownfall
downfall and general confusion bring bringeach brin brineach brinkeach
each of the four acts 6f f The Million Millionaire Millionaire ¬
aire Detective to a climax of joy and anda
a triumph of virtue Mrs irs Chadwick Chadwickaliased Chadwickaliased
aliased but not disguised as as Mrs I Sedg Sedgwlck Sedgwick Sedgwlck
wlck has the Lawsonesque title The TheQueen TheQueen TheQueen
Queen of Frenzied Finance Her vii villainous viilathons iI iIlainous ¬
lainous accomplices are the firm of ofRand oCRand ofRand
Rand Levy Lev and considering the theprosecution theprosecution theprosecution
prosecution of Nan Patterson by a dis district district dintrict ¬
trict attorney attorne named Rand and her herdefense herdefense herdefense
defense by a lawyer named Levy LeY the theultimate theultimate theultimate
ultimate falling out of the two now nowcomes nowcomes nowcomes
comes as no surprise surpriseCassie surpriseCassie surpriseCassle
Cassie appears first in a stockbro stockbrokers stockbrok stockbrokers ¬
kers k rs office where she he steals a mys mysterious m mysterlous s sterious ¬
terious paper or two t 0 every eer time the theoffice theoffice theoffice
office boy steps out to get a glass of ofwater orwater ofwater
water or turns his back to do his well wellknown wellknown wellknown
known and muchadmired buck and andwing andwIng andwing
wing specialty She has ruined the theheroines theheroines theheroines
heroines father a bank president with witha
a a frock coat and heart disease and she shefills shefills shefills
fills her handbag with all the stocks stocksand stocksand stocksand
and bonds that are lying around loose loosewhen loosewhen loosewhen
when she suddenly realizes she has hasreckoned hasreckoned hasreckoned
reckoned without the Millionaire De Detective Det ¬
tective t ctlve This person is a mystery m ste no noone noone noone
one has ever seen but his great power powerIs
Is known to all Indeed one of thq thqcharacters th thcharacters thqcharacters
characters declares that compared to tohim tohim tohim
him Sherlock SherlO < k Holmes Is a ahack back num number number numher ¬
ber He accepts commissions by b tel telephone telephone telephone ¬
ephone only but we wethe the astute audi audience audienc audiencekuow ¬
ence enc encekuow know that the hero poetically poeticallynamed poeticallnamed poeticallynamed
named Robert Rose Is really reall this great greatdiscerner greatdiscerner greatdiscerner
discerner of crime and frustrater of in infamy inlam inamy ¬
famy lam amy He connects himself intimate intimately ¬
ly with every ee one In the play pla as him himself hlmsel himself ¬
self sel and as Sir Robert Bancroft The Theremarkable Theremarkable Theremarkable
remarkable disguise consists of a aChumley aChumley aChumley
Chumley wig and moustache which whichgay whichgay whichgay
gay wa wag that he is actorauthor How Howard Hotlrd Howard ¬
ard Hall dons and doffs in quick rapid rapidity rapidity rapidity ¬
ity when bowing to curtain calls callsDr callsDr callsDr
Dr Sedgwick Sed ik a mildmannered man manaccompanies manaccompanies manaccompanies
accompanies his wife on jtll iill tll her excur excurblting excurdons excursions
dons Into crime With the fingernail finScrnailbiting fingernailbiting
biting ponderously plotting Rand and andthe andthe andthe
the squeakily queer Levy L V they the make makequite makeQuite makequite
quite a party when they the set Out ut to do dodirt dodirt dodirt
dirt Cassie wears simply elegant elegantclothes elegantclothes elegantclothes
clothes and recoils every time she Is Isreminded IsremInded Isreminded
reminded that she used to be known knownas I Ias
as Madame de Vere in Chicago This ThisIs j jIs IJf
Is Jf flung In her face by b Rand every time timethey j I
they all start on a pleasant robbery robberyor I Ior
or a merry little murder Dr Sedgwick Sedgwickprotests Sedgwickprotests f fprotests
protests his virtue weeps and then thenstands j jcheers I Istands
stands In the corner while the gallery gallerycheers I II
cheers This tension Is relieved by b a acomic acomic
comic fall from Levy and sin pro progresses progresses progresses ¬ I
I gresses But the time comes when the theworm thewonn theworm
worm turns The doctor has had mur murder murder ¬ f
der enough that evening eeningone one old man manbrained manbrained manbrained
brained and another asphyxiated In a atrunk atrunkand atrunkand
trunk trunkand and he becomes quite peevish peevishabout pecYishaboQt peevishabout
about participating in a poisoning He Heretires Heretires Heretires
retires amidst the sneers sn ers of Cassie CassieRandXand CassieRandand CassieRanand
RandXand Levy and the cheers of the theaudience theaudi theaudience
audience audi nE Little do they know it is isthe 1 1the isthe
the millionaire mllUon lre detective they the are at attempting atttmpUn attempting ¬
tempting to dose When the Queen of ofFrenzied ofFrenzied ofFrenzied
Frenzied Finance drops a death pill pillinto pillInto pillInto
into his wine They The all turn their theirbacks th thOirbacks ir irbacks
backs conveniently while he throws the thered theUquld theliquid
liquid a away way and substitutes a similarl similarlred similarly similarlyred
red handkerchief in the glass and pro pretending protending j
tending to swallow the rag simulates simulatesdeath simulatcsdeath simulatesdeath
death Rand feels Is the heart of the thesupposed thesupposed thesupposed
supposed Sir Robert and declares he heIs heIs heis
Is dead deadThen deadTheti I ITheil
Then ensues the great scene Sir SirRobert SIrRobert SirRobert
Robert Is the Inventor of a resuscita resuscitator
tor which hlch gives life to the dead deadThough deadThough deadThough
Though pronounced defunct SirRob SirRobert Sir Rob ¬ I Iert Iet
ert gets onto the machine somehow somehowand somehowand
and then perhaps the sparks dont fly flyAl flyAI flyAl
Al Sorts of wheels heels go round flashing flashingforth fiashlngforth flashingforth
forth electric streaks and weird blue bluelights blu bluHghtS bluelights
lights The corpse is stretched d out in inthe intile
the midst of these fireworks They The are areefficacious areefficacious I
efficacious and the ghost walks ants or orrather orrather orrather
rather the dead arises scaring scariRgpoor scariRgpooraSiie scaringpoorCassie poor poorcurses
Cassie aSiie DcarlY to dCath Rand snarls snarlscurses I
curses curs on the luck Levy Le indicates it1dhatcsI
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comic surprise urpru ajuiQic curtain falls fallsThenMr
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times his blonde disguise showing us
dull souls how ho easy it all is to a mind mindlike mindlike mindlike
like his and at iast last consenting to toapeak tospeak tospeak
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