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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: ' JUNE 3, 1906.
Gossip About Plays, and Playhouses
KBT ruoii Miss Lillian Fitch pro- mind. and thla enlist, the .ympalheu.. u.- clpal crltlo, leaving Bpencr fr to marry
ducad "As You Like It"' at Hans- ttntlon and support of the auditor. It la bla lovely model. Borne awfully amusing
com park an successfully that una not what la, but what might be In th's and exrdlnfly comical situations train
has been constrained to under
take another al fre.'co rerformanc
of a Shakespearean play, thla time taking
another piece that lends Itself splendidly
to the purpose. That la
vantages of several of Shakeapeare's
ett. the French poet of Canada, and a
score ot others.
A new use has been found for the gram
ophone. A young lady In Australia thought
ahe had a singing voice, but wanted es
pert opinion as to whether she would be
justified In taking a long Journey from her
,, . home to London to compete lor a sonoiar-
uasaia from stifis. ship. 80 ahe aing Into a gramophone and
Cecil Owen and Dolly Davie open, In De- sent the record to a well known London
mankind's destiny, and which concern but trojt thla evening, leading the Ilolden Block professor of muslo and asked him if he
"Everything deep and vital" la not
branded as Indecent, but great many
one of . the ad- thln tha r trivial In their relation to
plre and Mr. Good win Is in the midst of
all the genuine funtniking at all times.
coniedice they can be done better outdoors xw P00""' "v bn put forward as or Rfy charlM A Sknnpri a unlversallst Inform her what he thought of the qualities
than In. In "Aa Tou Like It" the action raRt moment- A notable example) la the rnimater. and father of Otis' Skinner, died
Is almost entirely In the open air and so o 'rl Btllamy. While the mlscon- at Cambridge, Maxs., last Sunday, at the
with "A Midsummer Nlghf. Dream.- the a,lct ot "' Pitifully weak woman we, advanced age ' "
pie;, that 1. to be offered thla ..aeon, being exMb.ted on the .Uge. a number of B''e .Wne.. Mr
This will be offered during the month, with entnusla.tlo persona, undertook to argue Carl Eckstrom who was with Wright Lorl-
the following cast: ln,t ner nhowed one of the funde- mer in "ine enepnera King iasi season
i aa v cj iruiucu iv suiita a vi ui?i
Thrseus, Duke of Athens Mr. Clinton Hlgby weaknesses of our social fabric, csttlon.
W. J. O Donnell
i Mr. Dan Blair
Mr. Clifford Mine
Mr. Roger Durkee
......Mr. George Travis
Mr. Perl Klerdlng
..Mr. Hal Buckingham
Mr. Eugene Royce
Mr. Albert Hale
Mr. Claude Davis
Hlppolgta, Queen ot Amnions
Miss Josale Barton
Hermla, Daughter to F.gen
M ibs Brnlce Cloyer
Helena Miss Fanny. Dletrlck
Oberon. Miss May IversoM
Tltanta Mihs Stella Beselln
Puck . Miss iiasel Brown
Nothing of the sort; she merely proved
adcui me my ining ,,',, ctor In an Important production, 01 wnicn
by "Trie" u a fact . ..' . ' V,B. ,,UJ"- " in hla own words, "both play and proauc
- Ar muH wira mo I ppi inn fti pomfa ei . . ... . , i rt. n 1.1
. . . . . . . . v - : . linn vi i nnme I rum itnB, iuiujb
, at least, ana mi is ana naa a competent company for nis sup- .' .. : ' . trw,!,-.. ..nerts
e woman for himself. Port the venture should be successful. " I' I , ' .ni,,i ..B.on of En
inai sne was not wormy tne sympainy ing a
wasted on her.
as old as civilisation,
the man wants th
He may not confine hla attentions to any
one woman, but he Is us willing to share
any of them with another man. Un
Bellamy made the mistake of thinking she
could take the money of one man and re
tain the love of another. But, when thla
Is proven, what good hss been done. Her
Immediate circle of acquaintance waa
rather limited, and when Maldonado
New Tork la to have the pleasure of see-
series of old Mngllsh comedies.
of her voice and If It was good enough to
try for the scholarrhtp. The protesnor lis
tened to the record, was duly Impressed
with the possibilities of the voice and
wrote to say he thought she should try the
examination. She came to London, reach
ing there Just in time for the examination,
and was one of the two successful candi
dates out of oie hundred and ninety com
rharloa Vmhman has rone to Psrls to con
clude arrangements for the appearance In
London next autumn of a leading English
Mr. W. L. Courtney has Just completed Vnd American artist. The play will be
a stage version of Robert Louis Steven- g-lven n English, the first being "Sherlock
son's atory "Markhelm" for Mr. H. B. fIolmes " with William Gillette in hla orlg-
Irvlng, who la now busily engaged re- 1nal art Thls la t0 be followed by "Peter
hearsing the piece for Immediate produc- pan ft Later when "The Belle of May-
tlon at the London Lyric, as a prelude to faj. nas lti COUre at the Vaudeville.
"Maurlcette." "Markhelm" la Included In M, Ta a May wm have her chance of
the volume entitled "Merry Men and -harmlne- ParUlan playgoers In a musloal
Other Tales and Fmble." and 1. a weird S1U US by an English company,
little tale of a man and hla double. rrom jrMi,,, May proceeds to Brussels,
"The Student King," a romantlo light Berlin and Vienna with the same object.
by Frederic Ranken, Stanislaus Tha vaudeville combination has not
The largest excursion ateamer mnnln m
the MIsaisslnDl river will rrlva rwaHo
about June 15th and will make regular ex
cursions everv afternrmn mrA nh
Susan has one of the largest dancing floors
any excursion steamer on the river and
be run atrlctly first claae.
6IVELY EXCURSION CO.
ejected her from the flat and smashed the Btanre and Reginald De Koven, will be pro- worrying Percy Q. Williams, who con-
chain or vauneviue naum in m
Brooklyn and wno is saia 10 o,
-tmt.iIah nff Often r Mammersteln.
as. and the employes of and female humanity. She aUU had $1,600 will be the appearance of Raymond Hitch- tne oniy Independent vaudeville manager In
;e. who have their head- - Tr -nd It U not unreasonable . .up- h?ttil& thl- .lt, He ha. W"?
In Richard Harding Davis' farce, " .nnMrLnM In his house next
furniture, she waa merely thrust out to duce3 b.Hen,ry' fc Bfv.a ,n 'VTi,toT trol. a cl
. . ' a run beginning the latter part of. May. . .-a
become one of the great rnaas of male Cne of the featurea of the run In Boaton .,Yh
On Wednesday evening,' June IS, The
Bee will give a theater party at the
Boyd, having for It guesta the delegatea
to the Doe tm asters' convention, their
wives and friend
the ooatal services
Quarters at Omaha. Council Bluffs and P tnBt "h learned a woman might exist aeason
South Omaha. Miss Fitch will put on four on " double that on which manv The OeJloper. falL Mr Jame, Brown Potter will appear
little nlavinta fnr the evenln chnoslna families are raised. This waa one of the Mme. Agathe Barsescu, the Roumanian In his houses, presenting the sketch, "Pug-
iitlie piayieta ror tne evening. cno0B'" denominated "Indecent" by the tree. h" contracted to appear next sea- liaccl." In which she scored a London suo-
the cast from her advanced pupils In the P'y denominated indecent by tne ,n th- Unlte(J 8tatea. eh, wlll play 1 Cnevaler naB been secured for a re-
Boyd Theater School of Acting. Sho has dramatlo critics of the country. The roll exclusively In English, a language that she turn engagement In Mr. Williams theaters
selected the following plays and the 'ong. as a matter or tact, uie moaern speaas nuenuy ana wun oui a very angni next aeason and tiransny wuimmK
"The Three Mlaa Biddies," by Alice Yates
Grant. Scene The Biddies home at Tuxedo.
Mlxs Ann Blddle. ....... Miss Stella Beselln
Miss Grace Blddle Miss Marie Cash
Miss Bessie Blddle Miss Hasel Brown
Mr. Reginald Ronald Ralston
"In the Byes of the World," by A. O.
Fraser Wood. Scene Ca: . ton's chambers
In St. Jaanea Terrace. Cast (in order of
Wllka (Carleton's servant)
Mr. Eugene Royce
Horatio Parr Mr. Clinton Hlijhy
Richard Cnrleton Mr. Clifford Hine
Lady Mabel Wandover
he "r achieved his greatest popularity. lay. tnat come to ,he .urface in Broad-
Thls Is the line of broad comedy. His new way theaters between the close of the
piece is called "The Genius." and Is said regular season and the beginning of the
Z , , " T. out-of-door entertainments. Almost Invarl-
to be a farcical satire on art. It was writ- aDly iucn piay would have had uicaenta-
ton by William C. and Cecil de Mllle. The tlon earlier if they had appealed favorably
story of the farce is aa followa: Jack ? the practiced eye of the managers. When
dramMlst hss carefully avoided discussions """V., iJer cmPan' w111 b JC0'nP0,1? Aon muslo haU Wtlat, will his Amorl-
v i . . . v . . v niiiruviBii r.L . m, miu nun 1 11 Can Cl ' I ' U L UHWf 1 1 1 niiiiainn . . ..
make her debut here In an elaborate pro- jfr villlams lias also made flattering of-
ductlon of Wllbrandt's tragedy, "Messa- fors through his London agent to Ellen
Una." which the German playwright wrote Terry and Mr. and Mrs. Kendal,
expressly for her. Among the actresses who have done a
Adelo Ritchie has been voted the most great deal to make the lot of the chorus
popular among the actresses playing In girl easier are Marie Cahlll, Fay Temple-
ton ana Bessie Aiccoy. ia niouwwiuiu,
the musical play in which Mias Cahlll Is
appearing, all the girls wear skirts to their
ankles. "When I was poor 1 had to work
In a chorus," Miss Cahlll said, "and some
of the costumes we wete put Into were
outrageous. I resolved that If ever I came
TABLE D'HOTE DINNER
Sunday 1 It JO a. m. to 8 p. ra.
40c and ROc
At the CHESAPEAKE
ia i u nowara Street.
that are "deep and vital." They have
dabbled around with some certain phases
of the sex question, presenting propositions
old aa knowledge, and reaching Invariably
the same result, also old as knowledge.
These discussions have little depth, and New Tork. The competition was held at
less of vitality.
the great advertising show. The prima
donna of "The Social Whirl ' received 10,
670 votes, Marie Dressier coming second,
with 9,060 votes. The next in line were
Marguerite Clark of De Wolf Hopper's
Happyiand company, Maude Adams,
It Is announced that Nat Goodwin, who
comes to the Boyd Tuesday night, has re-
,twvimA 'a h tin e wnrb In which he
was always th. most admired, and In which " " ' -mwMtmA frnwn
ner of the contest Miss Ritchie waa given
Lord Wilfred Pontofract....Mr. Dan Blair
"The Fair Equestrienne," by Livingston
Bates. Cast :
Ixrd I -oft us Mr. Dan Blair
Charles Klnghorn... George Baldwin Phelps
Lady Kitty Mips Hasel Livingston
"The Missing Mrs. Pettijohn," farce In
one act, by Alice Gates Grant. Cast:
Guard.. ...Mr. Travis
Passenger Miss Muy Iverson
Newsboy Mr. Albert Halo
for ft genius to love and adore. She Jilts
, K n . An a Kb1b- nwiiliinllnn it 1m ha-
Spencer la a wealthy Idler, who Is tied up oauge the auth0r has enough faith In his
to a lovely and art-smitten girl, who algha work to back It with his own money. And
aa 10 reiaie ne usuany tans.
De Wolf Hopper finds one thorn In the
pleasure he has In the success of his pres
ent starring medium. "Happyiand." The
tall comedian some time ago arranged for
season would end about the last week in
.Mis Vivian Pairs Spencer because he Is not a devotee of
jura. 1'em.ionn miss meua rseseiin Brt an onpnr.r hies awav to Bohemia, to
Flower Woman Miss Augusta Schmlit so BPenr nleB awav 10 Bonerma, 10
First Woman...: Miss Sutherland the studio of three starving artists, one a
A French Lady Miss Hasel Livingston musician, another a painter and the Inst
Matinee Girls Miss Maude Dnvis of the trlo a -cuiptor. He enters Into an
" Miss Brown agreement with them whereby he signs May, had expected to sail on June 2. But
Miss Ie his name to all of their productions, the demand for "Happyiand" in the m.-
Perl Fierdmv a 0 n. u tropolls is such that It Is scheduled for an
Claude Davta thr'e PBlnK " Bpncer 8 vupila- and th Indefinite run at the Majestic theater, in
critics and patrons of art Immediately hall fact, the Rankln-De Koven comic opera Is
Spencer as the long-sought-for genius and
Channlng Pollock, In the June Issue of he i8 accordingly lionized and his former
his entertaining little magailne. The Show, Weetheart .returns with' renewed vowa of
discusses realism In his entertaining but unjyng attachment Just when Spencer d!a-
-gemewhat elusive way. Pollock has a habit cover that he really loves pretty Nell
Blanche Bates and lililan Russell. As win- to employ girls they would not be asked
IO wear ClOlQes limi WUUIU VIICUU men
sense of propriety of things." In "Forty
Five Minutes from Broadway," In which
Fay Templeton Is appearing, the chorus
girls wear dresses that would be appropri
ate at a lawn party. In some of the newer
English musical comedies the skirts of the
girls have been lengthened. The managers
are getting over the Idea that tights are
necessary in the chorus. The skirt that
reaches below the knee Is now worn In
more choruses than are dedicated to tights
and the public is Just aa well pleased. Bea.
si McCoy of "A Vankee Circus on Mars"
has orgasrli'd a Chorus Girls' Sabbath as
sociation. The girls that belong are earn
est, and the association does a great deal
of good. Chorus girls' unions have been
organized from time to time, but have
Mr. Petti John....
n automobile trip through the British been frowned upon by the managers and
ales this summer, and, believing that his supported only In a lukewarm fashion by
the chorus Klrls themselves. Many chorus
girls are members of the Church and Stage
society of the Actors Church alliance,
which has In every city of. importance a
clergyman who is especially unxious to be
of aHRistance to members of the theatrical
expected to remain at the playhouse the proteasion. There Is a literary club in the
entire summer. Mr. Hopper in consequence
wlll do most of his automublling between
the theater and hla estate at Douglua
Manor, Long Island.
Norman Hackett, an actor, Is collecting
chorus of "Sergeant Brue.'
Out of the Ordinary
The Bedouin Arabs are light eaters. Six
or seven dates, soaked In melted butter,
serve a man a whole day, with a very small
quantity of coarse flour or a little bail of
Tierra del Fuego Is the latest gold field.
of arguing In circles, and In this Instance 0raham, the artlBt.. model, and aftpr he 'ff yor'y."
he concludes aa follows: na8 proposed to her. The rewards of genius yorltes of the Amerlcun stage, died dcstl-
We are only at the beginning of realism bear very heavily on the fake genius at tute she was burled In a plot which waa
S" 'L ySi L" ,Am"LcaK .'! ."r' b.i"S an art exhibition, with a great crowd of J?.SnlVlAte.?!,lnJJl'L ?L
of theatrical managers who told Tom Rob- sycophants present; he unmasks, but his eurej outright. Marie Michaeloff has made A stern-wheel paddle boat. Just completed
ertson that It waa not right to end an act admirera disbelieve confession and reassert an anneal for aid and Mr. Hackett Is look- ?v. a Brltlah firm, la to be sent to Tierra
s-flrAt Tit d m
olares everv innovation danirerous Is os hi. mirH flange hv nnualnar her tn he. nioiu tk mm a unltnhu mntiu. found In great quantities,
a . 1 . i - . 1 1. 1 . Ai 1. . . , , ... r9 .. 1 1 . 1. I Ql. W.U-a
aeinmeniai 10 io inincni ui un i ,..v. that h). nlu would be obliterated ment. Among tnose wno nave suoscrmeu v u . muueiu
In the theaters aa the narrowness which llev tnat nJ 'n w.oula onlll""le" to tne fund nay be mentioned Mrs. Flske. Scott haa the largest place in that gigantic
brands everything deep and vital as In- If he sacrificed himself on the altar oz Robert B. Mantel!, Richard Mansfield, Mmo. work, the British Museum catalogue. Scott
hat It waa not right to end an act admirers disbelieve confession and reassert an appeal for aid and Mr. Hackett is look- y, t UrU1tn R"n to ba f""1 , ,1.
a couplet, and by the same kind ... ,.,., more or less mad '" after the fund. The body is now at del Fuego for the purpose of carrying the
en who found Indecency in "Mar- hat aH Konluses are more or less mad. M;ntmorency Prance and Mr. Hackett fani brought up by a dredger now at work
lemlng." The mentality which do- He ultimately devlsea a plan to get rid of wlI1 eall on' June 2 to adjust the matter 'n tn,lt reKlon. Gold, it Is said, haa been
decent. Despite these obstacles, there can
be no question but that every year brings
us nearer to the accomplishment of gen
uine realism. So long as we who love the
play feel while we think, the most appre
ciated kind of drama will be that kind
which most truthfully depicts everyday
life, and the greatest dramatist will be
the man who ran Inject Into the dull and
ordinary that which makes It interesting
and extraordinary. It Is now and ever will
be the commonplaces of life. Its little Joy
and little sorrows., concentrate focuased,
Illuminated by the limelight and glided by
the glory of their setting, that make rea'.iy
excellent and excellently realistic drama.
Hymen, so ahe contents to wed the prln- Mojeska," Mary Mannerlng, Louie Freeh- b larger sumber of entrlea under his
peare, who has two volumea devoted ex
clusively to him.
A London dentist has made a proposal of
marriage in one 01 tne most novel ways
wiiicn nave yet come to lignt. ile leu in
love with an elderly patient who ordered a
sei 01 raise teetu trom mm. wnen too
teeth were delivered the woman found a
Music and Musical Notes
GOOD deal haa been written about younger composers have learned from
the pluck and wonderful faith of Nletxsche "the possibility of kicking over neat little proposal engraved on the plate
San Francisco' business men. the traces; they have determined no lonsrer which held the teeth.
.-,; -J The musical profession has shown to be slavea to Wagner," so they go ahead v vfr"on fierce of Dunkirk, N. Y., la a
. . . writl,. i -.,,, 'a ..." healthy, man of 42 years, three feet six
- .x.o IJU nucrt incites tall and weighing Just lorty-nve
stuff, too. The musicians lost their homes chords that Beethoven and Mozart and pounds. His widowed mother runs a little
and household eireoia ilk th rnt ai.n even Wasrner would hnva onrnH vui..v, store and Vernon helps. Pierce's father
-'.ndn. their instrument.. Some of them left San U original to the point of Insanity. When S.5?Ou'.l,M
he says, and that lan t asking too mucn or Francisco, but the majority are sticking one first begins to read his works it is a There Is no trace of dwarf stature on either
mm, ior ne sun nas ine -1m.rr.1y 01 yuuwi, by the shin. The following letter I. full nf head-holding process. Like everxthtnir .!. Bide of the family so far as known.
the easiest conclusion ta that he ha. been th8 QUB,y wn1ch , Boln t0 rebu,d one get8 USi?Q t0 u an ,ean much pf;""aS'Vlractbuanwhc 'Souh
a tending a Performance ot on of W. own rulned clty and make of ,t a thnB of put wlth one., .tore but a teady d)et of PrlesKa .gfy
...... greater beauty and prosperity: l"e great mass no! One would die of In- Been him to be the oldest living human be-
Thle Is one piece that depend, entirely on ,,,,, . .. dls-eatlnn nie i..iu .1 ing. It Is known absolutely ttiat over seventy
f M7rKimhVr.-ri7 " -'. e .i e..,h. 7.1 " year, ago he was a very old man. ile. ha.
. - -- i ,,M iu " uinr iiiwuva.iii.ir. iwisiea a son wno la over so. Accriroinff to I r.a
wonderful creature s own story he Is about
140 years old. He has a wife his second.
Istence are taken ud and set before the ".:..'" "i AT... " iifn'lr J."' j,1."" a" a ' who has passed the century mark.
..... ... ibhj i waiuuniia. ixuiwiuiiunami ine " unneaiiny. inis Ultra-modern t,i.. u,i,,.i, r.t iraaam
g at tne trial 01 a case in which a
. w I ...... ....... I n I I 1 . .
nrenarlm thtf "Miner we ve gotten Used to. """" ""wvi . i.iiiuau wjuinui; u"
preparing tne " IJS.OoO damaeea. Plaint it had had the
the little Joy. and little sorrows of
being thrown Into the limelight, where see the enclosed photograph of Glullo Mln- out of all balance, but Intensely Interesting
the commonplace things of a sordid ex- ettl, concertmelster of the Symphony or- th, ..mrl v V. 77
... . ,.. .a KffiA ,. chestra of the Cniverslty-now of th ad- .tM .8am- .On' " to delving
public with little or no polish or gilding, dire distress on every hand, seventy-six of muslo la a product of overwrought nervous .Win.
and almost without that touch of genius our players have been reassembled and ten ,ygtem. wajrner w.-v. -t- neyOU8 " a'
.. . .. . rehearsals have been held nrwrinr systems. Wagner we ve gotten used to. ?f "!
nai maxea ,n. ora.nary appear a. ex- nm fop tomorrow., beent t, to Wha. great German .cholar waa It to fltgTr. Sf hhf right hand cut off The In
traordlnary. But .o well did Mr. Po ock open with the , Ruin, of Athena " and the whom Wagner gave th. manuscript .core Jured man'." hfnd 2 elng"-exanl. ?d
handle hi. meager materials, and so skillful C '"orha8Pnnn ,h. . ... of "Die Walkure" to look over' At tha ,ne wnen ne ' CTV-
was he In the manipulation of the mixture. nJ?f kAd.f! ,?i"Lfh- end nf th. r. ' . i. honor, fearing that this diaplay of emoUon
rupuiaiion or me mixture. ,ln,1ullt.a .nirif r. .hi .i.i ri'-iAi-rV end of the first c w. h. .,.. a,
,. - w........., ...n. ia grapnicauy exempnnea in tne stirring lion, "omen nirinin tv,. .m
might prejudice some of the Jurors In plain-
been praised from coast to mountain as finale, of the uplifting "Fifth." wh.n hn , - .V .. the nllno ' malar will hlv. . t - LuTt
one or tne real u-iumnns or its sort. Be- " .u ,u,.r,w m. iinn -- aaain.
. . . - .i.w i ana Purae atnnga to the musicians of San na uu rrencn composer, out
. . - - - - - r rancisco ia oeiore ine musicians ana musio wagner wagner.
picture ot boarding house lite In Washing- lovers of the world.
ton. which Is much the same as boarding P orchestra member la the father of
, - ... ... ... nine children the oldest U years, the
house life all over the world, the piece has youn,e.t weeks. Another, thi father of
little to commend It. But In the truthful seven children. Others, with bed-ridden
It remain, to be seen
how Ion their music will live.
Kvery honest man feels great respect for
norse, out ne must reel especial regard
telling ot a story that deals entirely with wives and mothers,
the commonplace, the pluy has made for
Itself a high place. Its main fault Is that
no food but In the
for the horse near Duquesne, Pa., who pre-
vemeu ins owner iruni nanging nimseir
near the horse's stall. This wise horse
watched his opportunity and Just as the
gave him a kick which sent him throug
of his suicidal Intention..
hold away. Some phases of life are so
picturesque and almost Improbable that
they really exceed fiction, and these are
transferred to the stage bodily, and there
rn'eived with the utmost satisfaction and
ljaure by thuae who have never ex
perienced the real thing. "The Virginian'
li a notable Instance of this. . Olhr
plays put forth, dealing with 'the sait
notified titat the Musical Courier a 111 pub
lish the m w oddreK. or any information
regarding him or her free of charge during
the year llejs. All charges against San
t ranelaco mimical people on the books of
topic, ai j so distorted and out of propor- this corporation have been canceled, and all
hla tune to atarting uiataea.
Max lieger, the composer, who follows
close.y on the heela of Kichu.d Strau.a and
has been much m u,e pubnc eye ut i-Ite
haa ben compelled to put hlin.ell undtr
" w.w w w ii-iiw SUeclallSL. IIIm r.uwl.r
Hote. and rer.onaU. suicide was about to swing Into eternity
Mlllla Hviin lawai TiiMa A r..m. . Ti.A l, l j 1. 1
line: no clothes hut wh. rhurllv ....A . hV'' . UP 10 ... -u, u , , . ,u .mnci, emeu iuui
: ; . . - w Duiiiinri in iiuuy ana travel.
gives: no Instruments, no employment. . j ... . ..... . . "-
It present, people .0 colorless as to be of A pitiful tale yet not a tear, nor one com- .pending the iu'mm in t are
little interest to anybody, and tor this P11'"" Sincerely, J. FRED WOLLE. nTw a?he Hor'ce'c!" &
reason it will not long continue. (Mr. Glullo Mlnettl Is standing In his Miss Barbara Belsley, oue of Mr. 'Borg-
shirt .leeve. In a vra.te of burned thing. I.um "dvanced pupils, will acoomyu'iiy hu,i
Real life 1. wanted on the stage up to .ni holding In his hand the relic of what wuuymg 'muilc" tt year
certain point, and then Action begins to must have been a brass bed.) Lr. i vi vi.u ..j..
" - , wvnuuwtur ui l 11 e rtoyai
The Musical Courier has published this Opera, Berlin, ha. been engaged as cun-
notlce, which seem.-very generous: s'ucceeYifr CKr'icke yn'l'Uo"' orche.tra.
Notice to San Francisco: Every musle Mr. Schersel may be found at Mr Ellis'
tescher. Instrumental or vocal, or practlc- studio during the summer. He is a new-
ing musician 01 nun r rancisco. is nerewun coiner, llKe Mr. Duttitld ami mill
. 1 ii-.. 1 1 in 11 vni 1
tlon that only th. author'. Ignorance can L''' . "'.fYave public"; mV' Jean P I K
be offered as an excuse for their belna. nnhmx riiarv, Msn c.n tr, -alr " UUtrieid. who sueoeeda xir I
"The Girl From the Golden West" Is one slcal people may locate elsewhere, or may mer'" with' t hi -vn'IW ,n '""h.a a11 la
of these, and vet throo.h Mr R.,laaco a remain temporarily in the vicinity of that V ...TO'S ?! ' w "
wonderful talen, a. a .tag. director, th. me'nuoer Ka "' ? I ,(
play has had enormous success. This is dress, should be forwarded to the Musical rllcaka. masters as Rolf, Barth and .
due entirely to the .kill with which It Courier In accordance with the aforemen- . hm. , . '
ha. been staged and presented. Scenery tloned offer. puil.ff. ,,7.?" 1
THE BIG SELLS SHOWS
OMAHA, THURSDAY, JUNE 7.
f( v re Vis" r
1 av.& Bl
panoramic and comprehensive, has
made to act like Charity, and cloalra
It I. rather Interesting
multitude of fault.. To truly show na- Mayor Schmtt.
turo a. It 1. 1. only part of the mission and also a compeer,
of the stage, and here Is where Mr. Interest In hangl;
) wa artistically decorated in Jun.
effects. The evenlmr wu ricu.u,.,iw
Is a verv rood musietan w 1 letn Ice cream and struwberrjes,
w mu,c,,l musical games und a nuuiber of solos cun-
ser. He ha. taken a great trlbuted by her puplla.
Ins on ta San Francisao'a Mr. and Mir? Aumit r u..i.. ., .
- - ...... . - - - - - . . , . . w.. wu, 1UIII K11U
llel-.co a play haa Its atrength. The atage mualcal .ide and getting It on IU feet again. y, lor New York, jiiiii,g
must also show nature a. , mnl b0. T,me wa. when a man who was really mu- ?Cwtf, "apdn.rumi.r "rt.rar.iS
or aa we would like to have it Thla fre- ,ieal was looked upon as weak; that era I. about October 15. Mr. Borgum w"il r '
uu.nvi, ifnun .u axasgeraiea perspeo- . paasing It haa nowhere been more "r !' "luu l 14iu -pitoi avenue. Dr.
tlve. th. great central Idea being so placed i u.vr a.h,.t.- '.flor1 1 residence, on returning.
a to receive the Illumination of all the
aide light, and the support of all Inci
dent., regardlea. of reality, so long as
they ar logically arranged and within
the law of probability. Th modern play
wright ha. recognised thla, and has paid
Use attention to reality and more to
probability than hi. predecessor. It 1.
no longer a question, "Did It happen T1
but "Could it happen?" Given a postulate,
the author undertake, to demonstrate it.
1 he weakness of many of the contem
poraneous play 1 that they start to
prove .omething that 1. not worth while,
in which people have llttl If any inter
eat, and which, when proven, establish
nothing. It waa the postulate that made
"Th Lion and th Moum" a strong play.
Th. handling waa unskillful, and th
Mrs. Paaa tavi & v.rv ni ....... ....
cue. What a perfect storm-wind of a man the Country club on Friday; between and
he la Poor old Governor Pardee! Think . a a farewell to Mme. Borglum, who left
of having to down la California', history ?tf,i!Skl
as "the weak brother." He .Imply eouldn t cupy the Glfiurd housa on Capitol avenue,
grasp th situation, so Mayor Schmltx. "th having a combined resldenc and studio,
man of the hour," roa up, appointed hla Mi" Corlnne Paulson will apend the aum-
committee of fifty bu.ln... man-real men- VVtViTf
and proceeded to lick Baa Francisco Into Mia. pauiaon haa had a busy winter, with
shape; and thl. man had mualo In hi. .oul! n"r than her usual publio work. In Liu-
r m,-Tm m.i.,1 cuiu h " e" known for her axtlmio
u, wer coming. and con.cjentioua efforts as In her home
Mr. John T. Runclman. th English Miss Sorensen will next year be the
critic. 1. now busy trying to account tor B?1 '
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poaera. founded by Caesar Pranck, and planning to Introduce more cuoral work
whose chief dlaclDle U D"Trtdy bv serin program. Her choir and public
. .v V i -L . , school experience leading . her aiong that
that they have come under th dire In- line. Mlas Surenaen gues Into the depart-
Suenoe ott th mad German nseudo nhl'.nan. ment with enthusiasm and will work out
situations Illogical and theatric, but th pher. Nletaaoh. He also take, a whirl at hr program achedule very ahortly and be
caurl thought 1. ou. that abide. U vary iUchanl etrauM. H aay. that the.. louadUu tM
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