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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 171909 17 1909
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PROGRAM FOR THE WEEK WEEKOrpheum WEEKOrpheum
4 < > > Orpheum Theatre Vaudeville Vaudevillev < b ball
< v all the week beginning tonight tonightwith tonightp < b bo
o < p with matinees daily except Sun Sunday c cday < a ao >
o < > day days 0 0o
o < s > dayColonial Colonial Theatre TheatreThe The Cat and andS andG < S So >
o < S > the Piddle beginning tonight tonightand tonights 0 0o
o s > and running the week with mat matflees 0 0nees
3 > nees Wednesday Vednes ay and an Saturday Saturdayv 0 06t
v < 6t p Bungalow Theatre Arington Aringtonplayers Arlngtonplayers 0 0players
> players In Brown from Missouri Missouriall < S So >
o > > all the week beginning tonight tonighti 0 0i
< i b > > with matinees Thursday and Sat Saturday Sato Saturday
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CIA A GENTLEMAN FROM MISSIS MISSISSIPPI MISSISSIPPI MISSISSPPL ¬
SIPPI SIPPIAt SPPLAt
At the Salt Lake theatre Monday Mondaynight Mondaynight Mondaynight
night Oct 25 and week with matinees matineesWednesday matineesVednesday matIneesWednesday
Wednesday and Saturday William A ABrady ABrady ABrady
Brady and Joseph R Grismer will willmake wl11make willmake
make known to this community A AGentleman AGentleman AGentleman
Gentleman From Mississippi the all allseason allseason alleason
season success of 190809 in New York Yorkand Yorkand Yorkand
and the twentytwo weeks hit of Chi Chicago Chicago Chicago ¬
cago in both of which cities the play playwas playwas playwas
was hailed as the greatest comedy of ofAmerican ofAmerican ofAmerican
American life and character yet shown shownand shownand shownand
and as a play with a lesson and a mes message message ruessage ¬
sage for every man woman and child childwith childwith childwith
with American blood and feeling It is isnot Isnot isnot
not to be surmised from this that A AGentleman Antleman AGentleman
Gentleman From FromMisslsslppt Mississippi Is a flam flamboyant flamboyant 11amboyant ¬
boyant effort to make the eagle scream screamnor screamnOr screamnor
nor yet an exhibition of flag waving It ItJs ItIs
Js BO far from being beln either of these thesethings thesethings thesethings
things that there is hardly a line of thedialogue the thedialogue thedialogue
dialogue that is not exquisite In its itscomic itscomic itscomic
comic sense or its epigrammatic ex expressiveness expraseiveness cxprasalveness ¬
pressiveness pressivenessA
A Gentleman From Mississippi ° is isthe Isthe
4 the work of Harrison Rhodes Anthony AnthonyHopes AnthonyHopes AnthonyJ
J Hopes collaborator on some brilliant brilliantworks brilliantworks brilliantworks
works and Thomas A Wise the dis distinguished distinguished distlnguished ¬
tinguished American actor It was pro produced produced produced ¬
duced on Monday Sept 21 1908 in inWashington InWashington inWashington
Washington D C where it won tho thoexpressed thoexpressed thoexpressed
expressed approval of Mr Roosevelt Rooseveltthen Rooseveltthen Hoosevoltthen
then President who described it as aperfectly a aperfectly aperfectly
perfectly corking play Bully A rip ripper ripper ripper ¬
per Later In the course of the bril brilliant brilliant brilliant ¬
liant and unique New York City run runA runA runA
A Gentleman From Mississippi Iis lssippl was waacted wasncted wasacted
acted one night before an audience thit thitincluded th1tincluded thitIncluded
included Mr Taft who was no less lessemphatic lessemphatic 8S 8Semphatic
emphatic In his expression of approval approvalthan apprcalthan approvalthan
than was his predecessor predecessorIt
It Is an unusual play and calls for forunusual forunusual forunusual
unusual acting The past achievements achievementsIn
In this city of the Messrs Iess Brady and andGrismer andGrismer andGrismer
Grismer are perhaps enough issurance issur issurance Ssurance
ance to Intelligent and appreciative appreciativeplaygoers appreciativeplargoers appreciativeplaygoers
playgoers that A Gentleman From FromMississippi Fromlisslsslppl FromMisiss1ppi
Mississippi will be perfectly acted and andperfectly antiperfectly andperfectly
perfectly put on the stage It is In fouracts four fouracts fouracts
acts all of which are laid In the dty of ofWashnEton ofYashn ofWash1ngton
WashnEton Yashn ton
ORPHEUM THEATRE THEATREJohn
John Hyams and Leila McIntyre mu musical musical musical ¬
sical stars are the headliners In this thisweeks thisweeks thisweeks
weeks Orpheuni bill They come in a anew anew anew
new vehicle termed The Quakeress Quakeresswhich Quakeresswhich Quakeresswhich
which is highly commended by pastern ensternwriters pasternwriters castemwriters
writers as a comedy of cleverness Miss MissMrlntyre 1I11sslIcIntyre MissMcIntyre
McIntyre Is said to be perfectly fitted fittedin ttedin
in the dainty role of the Quakeress with withstage withstage withstage
stage aspirations Mr Hyams appears appearsas
as an actor to whom the Quakeress ap appeals appeals appeals ¬
peals for assistance in securing a position posi position position ¬
tion on thestage A rehearsal natural naturally ¬
ly follows which affords opportunity for forwitty forwitty forwitty
witty dialogue and clever songs songsMiss songMiss songsMiss
Miss Rose Royal a member of a fa famous famous a amous ¬
mous European family of animal train trainers trainers traineis ¬
ers will appear with her trained posing posmshorse posinghorse posinghorse
horse Chesterfield Chesterfield is an anArabian anArabian anArabian
Arabian pure white and shows almost almosthuman almosthuman almosthuman
human intelligence in the statue effects effectswhich effectswhich effectswhich
which he produces on the stage In all allthere aUthere allthere
there are seventeen different poses posesduring posesduring Osea Oseaduring
during many of which Miss Royal is ab absent ubsent absent ¬
sent from the stage the horse assum assuming assuming assumlug ¬
ing the posed pos without direction directionCatherine directionCatherine directionCatherine
Catherine Hayes and Sabel Johnson Johnsonappear John Johnsonappear n nappear
appear in A Dream of Baby Days inwhich in inwhich inwhich
which the two heavyweight comedians comediansmake comediansma
make ma mae e much infectious fun at their own 6wnexpense ownexpense wn wnexpense
expense The burlesque is broad but It Itcontains itcontains Itcontains
contains comic scenes and is helped helpedwith llel llelwith helpedwith
with catchy songs songsGeorge songsGeorge songsGeorge
George W V Cunningham and HermanMarion Herman HermanMarion H rm8n rm8nlIarion
Marion present what they the call An J c crobatlc crobatlc Crobatie
robatlc Talkfest In which are com combined combined cornbined ¬
bined acrobatic comedy singing danc dancing dancing danelug ¬
ing and a routine of clever witticisms witticismsThe
The De Sanctis quartette headed by bySignora bySIgnora bySignora
Signora De Sanctis who was the primadonna prima primadonna primadonna
donna of the La Scala sextette which whichappeared whichappeart whichappeared
appeared appeart < l here two years ago Is an or organization 111ganlzatlon organization ¬
ganization recruited from stars of the theItalian theItalian theItalian
Italian theatres Signora De Saudis l
soprano is San Carlo theatre theatreNaples theatreNaples theatreNaples
Naples Signora J Cucca mezzo so soprano soprano o oprano
prano Is from the same theatre G Tu Tudlsco Tudisco Todisco
disco tenor sang in San Carlo Naples Naplesand Napland Naplesand
and Massimo theatre Palerm G Del DelChlaro DelChiaro DelChiaro
Chiaro baritone sang in La Scala Mi Milan n nlan lilan ¬
lan and the Royal theatre La Pergola PergolaFlorence PergolaFlorence PergolaFlorence
Florence The quartette gives a pro program pmgram prngram
gram containing selections from Rigo lUgoletto Rigoletto Rlgoletto
letto Traviata Trovatore and andGloworm andGlowonn andGloworin
Gloworm GlowormCharles GlowonnCharles GloworinCharles
Charles Barry and Hulder Halvers Halversare
are singing and dancing artists who are aremaking aremaking aremaking
making their fourth tour of the kr krpheum r rpheum 1 1pheum
pheum circuit They have always been beenwelcome beenwelcome beenwelcome
welcome before Their act chi year Is Isentirely isentirely isentirely
entirely new Since making their first firstappearance fir firstappearance t tappearance
appearance In vaudeville both were fea featured featured leatured ¬
tured in musical comedies notably notablyBabes notablyBabes notablyBabes
Babes in Toyland and Wonderland WonderlandJohn
John Well a sleightofhand perfor performer performer performer ¬
mer with a German fame Is making his hisfirst hisfirst hisfirst
first appearance in America He ac accompanies accompanies accompanies ¬
companies his manipulations with lth a amonologue amonologue amonologue
monologue that is said to be very tak taking takIng taking ¬
ing ingSpecial
Special music by the enlarged orches orchestra orchestra orchestra ¬
tra and new motion pictures complete completethe
the bill
THE CAT AND THE FIDDLE FIDDLEA
A positively entertaining and refresh refreshing refreshing refreshlng ¬
ing musical attraction is promised at atthe atthe atthe
the Colonial theatre for one week weekstarting weekstarting weekstarting
starting Sunday night with matinees matineesWednesday matineesYednesday matineesWednesday
Wednesday and Saturday when The TheCat TheCat TheCat
Cat and the Fiddle makes it annual annualappearance annualappearance annualappearance
appearance here It Is distinctly a a show showof
of novelties and surprises and this sea season season season ¬
son many new ones are promised in including Including ineluding ¬
cluding My Maid aid in the Moon an anelectrical anlecttica11Jong anelectrical
electrical lecttica11Jong song hit which is becoming becomingvery becomlnVEOry becominvcry
very popular Mother Gooses Baby BabyDolls BabyDolls BabyDolls
Dolls a medley number with all the thenursery thenursery thenursery
nursery rhyme characters introduced in inlifelike inlifelike inlifelike
lifelike manner such as MotherGoose Mother MotherGoose IotherGoose
Goose Little Boy Blue Bo Peep
Red Riding Hood Simple Simon SimonTom SImonTom SimonTom
Tom the Pipers Son HumptyDumpty Humpty HumptyDumpty HumptyDumpty
Dumpty etc It is a great treat for
ones big bigfolks
folks will be delighted Teddy In the theJungles theJungles theJungles
Jungles another new number Is a acaricature acaricature acaricature
caricature of a topical nature and tvith tvitha sitha th tha
a scenic setting in keeping < and Charles CharlesA
A Sellon as Teddy assisted by the en entire entire entire ¬
tire chorus The favorites of last sea season season season ¬
son Rosey Dreams The Undressed UndressedKids UndreS eI eIKids
Kids If I Were a Sailor In the theShadow theShadow tneShadow
Shadow of an Old Date Tree etc are arestill arestill arestill
still maintained maintainedThe
The scenic environment which was wassuch wassuch wassuch
such a tremendous tremn ous feature last seasnn seasnnhas seasnnhas
has also been Improved and a golden goldmfire goldtfire goldenfire I
fire shower introduced which is said to tobe tobi tobe
be bi > a beautiful stage illusion The won wonderful wonduful wonthrfuI ¬
derful ship wrck the Castle of Great GreatGobs GreatGobs GreatGobs
Gobs the Mystic Island of Eye th thcave thcaye tho thocave
cave in th < > Catskills and other weird weirdand weIrdan1 weirdani
and beautiful Fcenes are still features
CHARLES A SELLON SELLONThe SELLONIn
In The Cat and the th Fiddle d at the Colonial all this week
MISS LEILA McINTYRE McINTYREWho
Who appears with John Hyams yains at the Orpheum this week in the sketch sketchThe sketchThe sketchThe
The Quakeress
Most of the original cast will appearhere appear appearhere appearhere
here The El More sisters who have havea
new grand opera stunt this season seasonFlorence seasonFlorence seaSOflFlorence
a Florence Willis the beautiful fairyprincess fairy fairyprincess fairyprincess
princess Theresa Miller as Circe Jo Johann Johann Jobann
hann Berthleson George E Wakefield WakefieldJerome WakefieldJerome VakefieldJerome
Obi ObiCampbell ObiCampbell ObiCampbell
Jerome Bruner Mort ort Infeld
Campbell the Gotthard brothers and andothers andothers andothers
to together together together ¬
others of musical comedy fame
gether with a singing and dancing dancingbeauty dancingbeaut dancingbeauty
beauty beaut chorus chorusBUNGALOW chorusBUNGALOW chorusBUNGALOW
BUNGALOW THEATRE THEATREManager THEATREManager THEATREManager
Manager Walter alter Arington of the theEjnglov theBung11ow thel3jngIow
Ejnglov stock company announces a astrong astrong astrong
strong bill for all next week in Brown BrownFrom BrownFrom BrownFrom
of ofsociety ofsodety ofsociety
From Missouri a fouract comedy
society and New York finance which whichshould whichshould whichshould
should prove popular with the patrons patronsof
of that house It is perhaps the best bestoffering bestof bestofferIng
offering of the company has yet made a astrong astro astrog
strong stro statement stat ment when the varied pro productions productions productions ¬
ductions of the past few weeks are re remembered remmbred remenibered ¬
membered While the piece is funny funnythere funnythere funnythere
there is an Interesting love story run running runnIng running ¬
ning through it The cast is a large largeone largeonE largeone
one calling for the entire strength of
the company companyThe companyThe companyThe
The locale is largely in New York YorkCarson YorkCarson Yorkarson
Carson arson Bland a 0 westerner who has hasmaae ha hamafiC hamauc
maae his pile has developed social as aspiraJons aspiralo1s aspirajons
piraJons and endeavors en eavors to gratlfj gratlfjthem gratifthcm gratiflthm
them nt whatever cost There seems seemsittlo seemslittle seemshittlc
little > possibility pO ibilit that he will be b sue sucescul 1IUCcEss1ul sueCESfUl
escul until he mets Mr Varneypresident Varney Varneypresident Varneypresident
president of a great financial institu institution institution Institution ¬
tion which has got Into deep water and andis andIs andis
is about to close Its doors because of ofits oCIts ofIts
its presidents unfortunate speculations speculationsBland
Bland has fallen In love with Evelyn EvelynVarney EvelynVarney EvelynVarney
Varney daughter Qf the financier an1off an1 andoffers an1offrs
offers off ra her father to save him for the theconsideration theconsideration theconsideration
consideration of his daughters hanl hanlThe har1The han 1 1The
The girl consents and they are married marriedAbout marriJAbout J JAbout
About this time Blands two partners partnersIn
In his western mine come east to visit visithim vIsithim visithim
him Richard Marshall formerly u usuitor t tsuitor tsuitor
suitor for Evelyns hand mixes in the thestory thEstory thestOt7
story and deceives Evelyn as to her hcihusbands herhusbands heihusbands
husbands character Inducing her to tostNJl tostcl tostal
stNJl some papers from the latters safe safeThese gafeThese safeThese
These are proxies in a company Bland Blandand Blandand Blandand
and Varney Varne are organizing and Marshall Mar Marshall Marshall ¬
shall wants the control to ruin both bothWhen bothWhen bothWhen
When Evelyn + n has tatfcn and destroyed destroyedthe
the papers she learns that the he has been beendeceived beendeceivedl beendeceived
deceived Bland finally wins her real reallove 1111low reaihove
love and with her help triumphs over overhis overhis overlila
his enemies enemiesThe enemiesThe enemiesThe
The partners from the west furnish furnishsome furnishsome furnishsome
some delightful comedy scenes scen s and an anEnglish apEnglish alEnglish
English butler is also one of the most mostamusing mostamusing mostamusing
amusing of characters charactersJohn charactersJohn charactersJohn
John moo will play Carson Bland a asplendid asplendid asplendid
splendid part giving him opportunities opportunitiesfor
for forceful acting Miss Frances FranctsIJrandt Francltlrandt Franceslirandt
IJrandt who made a hit last week as asDora asDora a aDora
Dora Thorne will have an even better betterrole betterrole betterrole
role In Evelyn Varney and Mies MiesMayme Mi Mi1Iayme MicsMayme
Mayme Arington will be thoroughly at athome athome athome
home In the role of Constance Gray Graywhich GrarwhlCh Graywhich
which she has played with success in inthe inthe inthe
the east W W Craig as Brown from fromMissouri fromMissouri fromMissouri
Missouri Is expected to be one of th1 th1chief thphiet tllcchief
chief bits of tho play something which whichthose wblchthose whichthose
those who have seen him In western westerncharacters westerncharacters westerncharacters
characters can readily believe Mr MrOralf MrCraig MrCraig
Craig has lived Ions In the west an1 an1on an anon arelon
on the ranges ran es and knows and loves the thecountry thecountlj thecountry
country The play will receive the best bestefforts bestefforts bestefforts
efforts of the company in settings andprQsentatlon and andpresentation ant antpresen
presentation presen tatlon
NEW GOTHAM PLA YS YSBY
BY FRANKLIN FYLES
New York Oct 1C IGThe The theatrical theatricalbusiness theatrlcalbusIness theatricalbusiness
business would be a good one to conjoin conjoina
a prophet with profit First to get the thesure thesure thesure
sure forecaster The money would wouldcome wouldcome wouldcome
come in overwhelmingly This writer writernever writerneyer writernever
never guesses at the future o of the i leW leWplas iewplays > ew ewplays
plays he describes A week has elapsed elapsedthough elapsedthough elapsedthough
though since the birth of The FourthEstate Fourth FourthEstate FourthEstate
Estate and The Master Key Ke and andone andone andone
one is dead already while the other otherlives otherUves otherlives
lives vigorously so he may consider considerthem considerthem considerthem
them for their quickness of defeat and andtriumph andtriumph andtriumph
triumph And An both present American Am ricin
Out of respect to the dead I will willwrite willwrite willwrite
write first an obituary of The Master MasterKey MasterKey IasterKe
Key Ke That key is sexual love the theauthor theauthor theauthor
author sets forth and he makes it pen opena pena
a a deadlock between a millionaire man manufacturer manufacturer manufacturer ¬
ufacturer and a labor union The play playgives playgives playgives
gives the tip to wageearners When Whenthey Whenthey Vhenthe i
they the would lessen their days work ana anaincrease andIncreae annIncrease
increase their pay they should out an anirresistible finIrresIstible n nirresistible
irresistible working girl in the way cf cfthe dthe cfthe
the boss and let nature take Its course courseTo courseTo courseTo
To make the scheme potent as a factpr factprin
in the conflict of capital and labor Ifthe if ifthe Ifthe
the case presented by Author Cosmo CosmoHamilton Co ComoHamilton mo moHamilton
Hamilton Is to be taken for guidance guidancethe e ethe
the man should be impulsively lent sentimental lentmental entimental ¬
mental like Actor OrrIn Johnson and andthe andthe andthe
the girl sweetly persuasive like Actress ActressFrances ActressFrances ActressFrances
Frances Ring RingHave RingHave RingHave
Have trades unionists considered the theidea theidea theidea
out outof outof outof
walking delegates
idea of making
of pretty girls The leader In this strike strikeIs
Is eloquent old man enthusiastic enthusiasticand
an
head headway headway headway ¬
and obdurate and he makes no
way In the fight A young school schoolmaam schoolmaam schoolmaam
maam equally resolute but a con contrast contrast contrast ¬
unconsciously unconsciouslytakes unconscioustakes
trast in personal charm
hands en enthralls enthralls enthralls ¬
takes the affair out of his
er and makes the thestrike thestrike thestrike
thralls the employer emplo
strike victorious That Is to say The TheMaster TheMaster TheMaster
Master Key Ke presents the labor prob problem problem problern ¬
lem seriously yet gives g es no practical practicalsolution practicalsolution practicalsolution
solution except in a sporadic case caseThe casoThe caseThe
The Master Key
A young mill owner by b Inheritancecomes
home from many years of Eu European European Europcan ¬
comes
ropean absence to find his plant Idleand idle idleand idleand
and his striking employes at the point pointof
of starvation They dont know him by bysight bysight 1 1sight i
sight So he resolves to learn the ethics ethicsof
by pretending lo be
of the controversy
one of his new hired men and living livinga
a fortnight In a strikers home where wherethe wherethe wherethe
the schoolmaam and the labor leader leaderare
are boarders Thus you see the anta antagonistic antagonistic antagonistic ¬
gonistic elements are thrown together togetherin
in a way sure to produce results of one ones onert oneort
s ort > rt or another Strongly assertive Or Orrin Orrin Orrin
rin Johnson and sweetly sWe < tly contradictory contradictoryFrances contradictoryFrances contradictoryFrances
Frances Ring couldnt hit together togetherwithout togetherwithout togetherwithout
without striking fire and the flame flameflares flameflares flameflares
flares bright and hot for unionism in inwork Inwork inwork
work and wedlock Yet The Master MasterKey MasterKey MasterKey
Key falls to the ground with a thud thudthat thudthat thudthat
that is dull between its two stools of oflove oflove oflove
love and labor
Why The key of mastery a akeyhole akeyhole akeyhole
keyhole through which to unlock a bar barrier barrier barrler ¬
rier between capital and labor In a par particular particular particular ¬
ticular case but manifestly It wont wontturn wontturn wontturn
turn the bolts generally g nerahly and the hearts heartsof hea heatt heattof
of the loveis dont throb hard enough enoughfor
for a satisfying romance Oh go long longwith longwith longwith
with you says the bulk of the audience audiencewhen audiencewhen audiencewhen
when Miss Ring enamored of Mr Johnson John Johnson Johnson ¬
son in his disguise of a workman turns turnshim turnshim turnshim
him down spanks him hard and sends sendshim sendshIm sendshim
him away upon learning that he Is amillionaire a amillionaire amillionaire
millionaire employer and ready to togrant togrant
grant the strikers demands not notcause be because hccause ¬
cause she has convinced him that they thevare theyare theyare
are reasonable but because he love lovetheir lovpltheir lovestheir
their advocate The scamp He shocks shocksher shocksher shocksher
her with the disclosure that ln h won wont wonttake t ttake ttake
take her to a cottage for brown bread breadskimmilk breadskimmilk breadskimmilk
skimmilk cheese and a poor husbands husbandskisses husbandsklses husbandskisses
kisses but to a mansion where the thebread thebread thebread
bread will be white except when dainti daintily daintily ¬
ly toasted the cheese made of cream creamin
in choice brands and the kisses givenby given givenby givenby
by a doting millionaire husband hu band in lazy lazylanguor lazylanguor lazylanguor
languor The miscreant miscreantOh
Oh grab the good thing you silly sillygirl sillygirl sillygirl
girl said a woman next me voicing voicingthe
the audiences feeling feelingShe teellngShe feelingShe
She did it too and the play was over overwithout overwithout overwithout
without convincing any anyone one that pretty prettygirls prettygirls prettygirls
girls would generally speaking make makeefficient makeefficient makeefficient
efficient walking delegates strike strikebreakers strikebreakers strikebreakers ¬
breakers or arbitrators
Is to be a hot time In the theAdvance theAdvance theAdvance
Advance newspaper office tonight That Thatis
is sure before The Fourth Estate Isan is isan isan
an hour under way wa The journal has hasbeen hasbeen
been denunciatory of Judges who whoso so It Itavers itavershave itavershave
avers avershave have made m dc unfairly favorable favorabledecisions favorablpdecisions favorablfdecisions > i
decisions for corporations against the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people Editor Brand Is earnestly sin sincere sincere sincore ¬
cere in attacking Judge Bartelmy Bartelmywhose Bartehnwhose Bartelinywhose
whose corruption Is flagrant Owner OwnerNolan OwnerNolan OwnerNolan
Nolan is appreciative of his editorr editorrcourse edtorcourse edltorrcourse
course especially as It Has made the thepaper thepaper thepaper
paper prosperous and has told him to togo too togo
go o ahead but the Judge has brought broughtInfluence broughtInfiuence broughtinfluence
Influence to bear upon Nolansxambl Nolansxambltious Nolan mbi mbitlous
tious wife and aspiring daughter let letting letting letting ¬
ting them know that their way to so societys socletys societys ¬
cietys center will be cleared of all ob obstacles obstacles obstacles ¬
stacles if the Advance becomes kind to tohim tohim tohim
him himWell
Well perhaps we have been too hard hardon
on the Judge Nolan says at last we wemav wemay wemay
may have been mistaken mistakenWe
We have made no mistake Editor EditorBrand EditorBnnd EditorBrand
Brand replies he is rotten If he at attempts attempts attempts ¬
tempts to bribe me tonight1 tonightif If he of offers offers offers ¬
fers to buy the papers silence sllencewlll will you yoube yoube yoube
be convinced that he is I corrupt corruptFire corruptFire corruptFire
Fire Is Kindled KindledThereupon KindledThereupon KindledThereupon
Thereupon tile editor kindles kin les the firethat fire firethat fir firthat
that Is to make the Advance office hot hottonight hottonIght hottonight
tonight He and the Judge agree that thata thatacessatlon thataeessation
cessation a of hostilities is worth 10 i
000 The money is to be passed in the th
editors room which he sets as a trap trapto
to catch his visitor white the audience audiencegets audiencegets audiencegets
gets keenly Interested He fastens the thereceiver thereceiver thereceiver
receiver of a telephone open and places placesit placeit
it on the corner of his desk between his hisseat hIsseat hisseat
seat and the chair the guest will take takeand taktand takemd
and sends two stenographers to a dis distant distant distant ¬
tant room where they may take down downthe downthe downthe
the impending conversation from the theother toeother theother
other end of the wire wireThe wireThe wireThe
The Judge walks into the ambush but butnot butnot butnot
not carelessly He sees to it that all allthe allthe allthe
the doors lead to roomscontaining rooms containing nolisteners no nolisteners nollsteners
listeners The phone though with its itsreceiver itsreceIver Itsreceiver
receiver fixed open escapes his suspi suspicion suspicion suspicion ¬
cion He takes a seat close to it at one oneside oneside oneside
side and the editor at the other The Thedialogue ThdialoUe Thedialogue
dialogue covers the purchase and sale solesuccinctly sale3ucc1nctl salesuccinctly
succinctly For 10000 in hand paid paidthe paIdthe paidthe
the editor Is to tjcease cease his exposures In Innone Innone 1nnone
none of the other muckrake dramas has hasthe hasthe hasthe
the offer of a bribe risen shown so sographically sagraphically sographically
graphically or engrossed the audience audienceso
so absolutely The actors actorsCltarles Charles Ste Stevenson Stevenson Stevenson ¬
venson and Charles Waldron Waidrongive aid rongive give in intensity intensity Intensity ¬
tensity to the scene but no noise nor norany norany norany
any commotion The money is counted countedout
out The men stand up Tne Judge ex extends extends oxtends ¬
tends the handful of bins At that instant in instant Intant ¬
stant the flashlight for a snapshot pho photograph photograph photograph ¬
tograph explodes and nd glares A very verysensational verysensationAl verysensational
sensational picture has been made by bya
a concealed camera for publication in inthe inI inthe
I the Advance Few third acts in ex excitant excitant cxcitant ¬
citant dramas end en with with4ess Jess e8S turbulence turbulenceon
on the stage or more in the auditorium auditoriumExceptional auditoriumExceptional auditoriumExceptional
Exceptional in having a creacendoyof creacendoyofInterest crPlreendoofInterest crescendoofInterest
Interest clear through instead of a di diminuendo dimlnuendo diminuendo ¬
minuendo for the final act is this drama dramaof
of The Fourth Estate The applause e
is slow to cease a ¬
lows then a buzz of comment arises arisesThe arisesThe arisesThe
The outcome is not clear and cant be beguessed beguessed beguessed
guessed The conclusion of the play is isnot isnot isnot
not In sight The nights time In the theAdvance theAdvance theAdvance
Advance office is hot enough but will willit
it cool off or will its red heat rise to towhite towhite towhite
white A clatter precedes the lift of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the curtain A newspaper composing composingroom
room is opened up A battery of type typesetting typesetting typesetting ¬
setting machines nia < hInes fills most of the stage stagebut stagebut stagebut
but leaves space for makeup tables tablescopy tablescopy tablescopy
copy desks and the night editors den denThe denThe denThe
The hour of going to press is close by byA byA byA
A front page with the dialogue between betweenthe
the editor and an the judge and the snap snapshot snapshot snapshot ¬
shot picture is ready for the pressesBrand presses pressesBrand pressesBrand
Brand is exultant But his zeal as a asocialist asociaUtJt asocialist
socialist has brought heartbreak too tooHe tooHe tooHe
He and Judge Bartelmys daughter used usedto usedto
to be sweethearts Now they are es estranged estranged estranged ¬
tranged That is the th plays pla s love story storyShe storyShe storyShe
She comes to plead that for her sake he
will not drive her father from ¬
cia bench To deny her I r frantic prayer prayeris p yer yeris
is a supreme test of his determinationbut determination determinationbut
but he stands it and hears her denounce denouncehim denouncehim denouncehim
him as cruelly heartless Well thats thatsover thatsover thatsover
over What other obstacle can come In Inthe inthe Inthe
the few minutes before what he deems deemshis deemshIs deemshis
his duty d ty to the people will have tri triumphed triumphed tnumphed ¬
umphed over his love of Judith Bartel Bartelmy Bartelmy Bartelmy
my myWhy Why a command by Owner Nolan NolanYes NolanYes NolanYes
Yes the Judge has promised proml ed social ad advancement advancement advancement ¬
vancement to Mrs and Miss Nolan if ifthe ifthe ifthe
the Advance does not publish the dia dialogue dialogue dialogue ¬
logue and photograph phot graph of the mock bar bargain bargain bargain ¬
gain gainIm Im sorry for you OU my boy Nolan Nolansays Nolan9f1YS Nolansays
says but this means a lot to my wife wifeand wifeand wifeand
and daughter Dont run this page Kill Killit Killit
it Thats a positive order As Brand Brandslumps Brandslumps Brandslumps
slumps into a chair limp and aghast aghasthis aghasthis
his employer adds kindly Dont take takeit
it so hard Things will look brighter to toyou toyou toyou
you tomorrow Come and talk with me meYour meYour meYour
Your salary shall be doubled and hegoes he hegoes hegoes
goes out outA outA outA
A Millionaire Playwright PlaywrightThe
I The author of The Fourth Estate is isJoseph isJoseph IsJoseph
Joseph Medill Patterson son of the Chi Chlcago Chicago Chicago
cago Tribunes editor and chief owner ownerl ownernd ownernd
l > and nd an earnest socialist Naturally his hisdepiction hIsdepiction hisdepiction
depiction of life and work in a daily dailynewspaper dallynewspaper dailynewspaper
newspaper office Is copied from the real realthings realthIngs realthings
things as he has studied them but al although although although ¬
though he has had the expert help of ofHarriet ofHarriet ofHarriet
Harriet Ford in shaping the play I am amsurprised amsurprised amsurprised
surprised by its bold and strong orig originality origInalltyin oniginalitv ¬
inality Inalltyin In dramatic effects Up to one oneminute oneminute oneminute
minute before the final curtain there Is Isno isno
no hint of what the end will be Brand Brandsuddenly Brandsuddenly Brandsuddenly
suddenly decides to destroy the judge judgeprofessionally judgeprofessionallY judgeprofessionally
professionally and himself physically physicallyso
so he sends the forbidden page to the thepress thepress thepress
press room and then says calmly I Iguess Iguess Iguess
guess that is thirty for me Only Onlyhere Onlyhere Onlyhere
here and there a person in the audience audienceknows audIenceknows audienceknows
knows that thirty In a newspaper newspaperoffice newspaperoffice newspaperoffice
office means that the last copy for the thenight thenight thenight
night is in and that the final form formof
of type may be hurried to the
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few that he is through thro gh with his work workand workand
and is going to quit life So when he heturns heturns heturns
turns off the light and a pistol shot Is Isheard Isheard
heard the climax of suicide is a nearly nearlycomplete nearlycomplete
complete surprise surpriseNot surpriKot
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sode in journalism Fun comes out inspots in inspots inspots
spots Two humorous characters are areSylvy areSylvy areSylvy
Sylvy Nolan the owners silly young youngson youngson oungson
son who undertakes to get a portrait of ofhis ofhIs ofhis
his pet show girl into papas paper and andhis andhIs andhIs
his chum Powey who writes verses to tobe tobe I Ibe
be printed with the sirens picture pictureBrand pictureBrand
Brand says no to them but gives the thepoet thepoet thepoet I
poet a chance as a reporter and tells tellshim tellshIm tellshim
him to go to the city editor Where is ishe ishe Ishe
he the new one asks Youre a re reporter reporter ¬ I Iporter
porter now the editor replies see if ifyou ifyou Ifyou
you can find him Poweys first assign assignjnent asslgnment assignment
ment is a round of police stations He Hereturns Hereturns
returns with a quire of paper written writtenclosely writtenclosely writtenclosely I
closely with poetic thoughts concerning concerninga concerningwoman
a woman who has committed suicide in inan inan inan
an evil resort Brand gives him an off offhand offhand offhand ¬
hand lesson by throwing thr wlng his column of ofcopy ofcopy ofcopy
copy Into a waste basket and writing writingin
in Its stead Mary Brown an Inmate Inmateof
of a house In Cherry street killed herself herselflast her5elflast herselflast
last night She was weary of a life ofprostitution of ofprostitution ofprostitution
prostitution The crushed poet picks pickshis pickshis pickshis
his disdained manuscript out of the bas basket baset ¬
ket et and departsThat departs departsThat
That comic Incident leads to the last
Scene in aot II hb A uentieman nom Mississippi Salt Lake Theatre Theatreweek Theatreweek Theatreweek
week beginning Monday October 25
words of the drama and they are not notspoken JlGtspoken notspoken
spoken Brand Just before ordering the thefateful thefateful thefateful
fateful page sent to press despite No Nolans Nolans Nolans ¬
lans order ord r takes out the item about aboutMary aboutMary aboutMary
Mary Brown and puts what he mentions mentionscasually mentionscasually mentionscasually
casually as a correction in the same samepage samepage samepage
page with WitlithO the big sensation When the theaction theactlo theaction
action concludes with his suicidal shot shotin
in the dark the changed item is thrQwn thrQwnon
on the curtain enlarged and illumined illuminedWheeler illuminedWheeler illuminedWheeler
Wheeler Brand an Inmate of the Ad Advance Advance Advance ¬
vance office killed himself last night nightHe nhhtJI nightH2
He JI was weary of a life of prostitution prostitutionrThe
The ratio of sobriety to hilarity has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been so large during six weeks of the thenew thenew thenew
new theatrical season se on that a piece of ofnonsense ofnonsense ofnonsense
nonsense Is relished by some of the wise wisemen wilemen wieemen
men of Gotham and many others I Iwont Iwont Iwont
wont give away by naming them any anyof anyof anyof
of the intellectual heavyweights whom whomI
I caught gogeyed gapemouthed and andcockeared andcockeared andcockeared
cockeared at a young fellow singing to tohis tohis tohis
his sweetheart in The Man Who Owns OwnsBroadway OwesBroadway OwnsBroadway
Broadway that he would go th throute the therout theroutO
route for her They acted the th simple simplelove simplelove simplelove
love ballad ballada a ditty close to doggerel doggerelby
by the manly boy merely chasing cha lng the theshy theshy theshy
shy girlie around the stage but the thetune thetune thetune
tune was blithe the dancing lithe and andthe andthe andthe
the blend of sentiment and foolery ao aopretty 80pratt sopretty
pretty that it knocked dignity silly sillyThey sillyThe sillyThey
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though the star comedian of the show showRaymond showRaymond showRaymond
Raymond Hitchcock was kept waiting waitingon
on the scene He got out of his predica predicament preellcament predleamont ¬
ment by joining in the pursuit of the thelittle theUttle thelittle
little maid and catching her away from fromher fromher fronther
her ardent lover whereat a pundit here herea
a financier there and a millionaire yon yonder yonder yonder ¬
der pulled out their laughstope and androared androared androared
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children in Denver DenverFour DenverFour DenverFour
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but one night nightAnd nightAnd nightAnd
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anything comes in this Popularity of ofGeorge ofGeorge ofGeorge
George M Cohans which by putting puttingIn
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Who Owns Broadway Bro dway The wit and andhumor 8ndhumor endhumor
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