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vm Fan Pan in Two Little Vagrants. the big nadodramatic play that was given at the New York Academy of Muaic in UliH. Then ahe was given an opportunity aa Pamela la "The Maneuvers of Jane at Paly's. Then followed the role of the music hall singer In "Hearts An Trumps" with Daniel Frohman's company at the old Lyceum theater. Following this ahe was given the part of the boy Pedro in William Faver-aham- 'a first starring venture. The Royal Rival. and after this she essayed the circus rider in "The New Down,' tha French cocot t in "The Two Schools and the role of Tweeny In The Admirable Crichton with William Gillette. She also created the novel and difficult role of Moira lamely In Barrie's "Little Mary at the Empire and then Ma in "Mrs. Leffingwells Boots." On her lirat trip to the Pacific roast kilns Busley was a member of Henry Miller's company, playing Annie Russell's part in "Mice and Men and the comedy part in "Joseph Entangled. ley's life From Our Kf Turk Dramatic Corre-Vand- nl DE ANGELI8, who himself to y for Ufa, haa found dlillculty in attract-In- a tha public to hia lataat offering. Thla tlma Da Angells appears in a lively muaic dramette," bearina tha euphimioua appal lat Ion of "Tha Girl and tha Governor," and Just now ha la holdinc forth at tha Manhattan tha- - JEFFER80N ater. The authora of tha place are B. M. Brenner and Julian Edwards. They have nut produced a classic, hut, like a real watch, it goes. To usa an deservedly unpopular in our ef tha play "keeps on In two lung acta, scenes laid In South America, tha narrative unrolled is one about a wicked governor of a Spanish colony who wouldeat wad tha lady of soma one 01000 choice, of (nurse Da Angella Is the only member of the cast wicked enough to play Cte governor. The authora of the play sjsed Mr. De Angells up about right and gavo him nothing but work to da He Is a type of actor who must always have something to do whan on the stage. No standing around. Ailing in tha picture." for him. He must be the picture himself, and it must he a moving picture. Tell Ds Angells to remain on both feet, hands folded, face sttll, for two consecutive momenta, and ha will obey you by kicking a hols in tha frontispiece of the grand piano with one hand, and with the other he will tell the leading lady's age right out loud. part, and It failed to strike the proper cluird in the breasts of the audiences and was laid aside until the right young woman might come along. Then in a moment of inspiration the manager of the play thought of Jeasie Busley, a well known young arlreaa who had played many difficult parts, and he made a special trip to Chicago for the purpuee of seeing her. The result was that within three weeks from the time this trip was made Miaa Busley was sent forth as the star of the company, and "lit the Bishop's Carriage was, instead of a doubtful vehicle, a real dramatic lilt. Jn this play Miss Busley plays a girl thief ona who hag been brought up In an environment of crime and who hua been associated with criminals to such sn extent that she looks upon all normal members of society as her nstural enemies and a career of anything but infraction of the hiw as totally out of her ken. Tha port la a difficult one in many ways, for it requires not only a keen Insight into the feelings that would actuata such a girl in any given case, hut a full knowledge of feminine character and a comprehensive ability In portray awlfl and sudden emotions arising from any number of hlsarre situations brought slsiut by that very of criminality luentkiued. This glrl thief, Ns nee olden, is a principal Several song hits enliven the evenOne la Tve a Very Nasty Temper," which Estelle Wentworth sang very engHgingly. Another Is Have You Ever Heard It Told That Way Before?" Joseph Miron In an Indian song and as an Indian medicine man was all to the wampum. ing. has already taken In a few dollars, as well as people. Harrigan's day is over, and some good friend should lead him to one side and gently tell him sa After his experience in New England a few years ago, when those members of the Old Lavender company that had shoes walked back to New York, one would have thought that even Harrigan would have "got on" to the fact that he ought to retire. Harrigan Revives "Old Lavender." Somebody, and I suspect It was Wal"Tha Sunken Bell" Again. ter N. Lawrence, has ricked up Edward In Hauptmann's "The Sunken Bell," Harrignn and given him a hypodermic installment of the virus of life. Any- at the Lytle theater, Julia Marlowe and way, Harrigan has been coaxed into re- E. Ii. Rolheni gave another Illuminatviving "Old lavender" again, and he ing performance. While the pley haa 1 been presented In America several times e by other pluyers, the rendition has proved to lie the lieal. They used the version and irsnslsllnn of Charles Henry Meltser. one time critic, who writes occasional plays and who busses the press department bf Conried's Metropolitan oiiera huune. Rntltem-Marlow- Jsssie Bualsy as Nanoa Oldtn. Not in malty yeurs probably has there been Usm tha stage. mure pronounced tnalance of the setresa titling the part than is exemplified this seiuain In the engagement of Jrnale Jiusley in In the Bishop's t'arrlage." Originally the pluy was given with another actress in tha creature of unusual emotions. She knows no ether life tliaa that of the criminal, and yet she is awakened to the abnormality of the life she is leading by sudden and unrxiierted contact with a gentleman. Lavs, of course, is tha keynote of the regeneration that Is worked In her, and it Is in' this transition from the lowest type to the brilliant siiecimen of womanhood which Nance accomplishes that Miss Busley allows the full deiith of her art. This Is no sudden awakening, but a change that takes place alinuet in spile of the girl herself. It roinea over her so gradually that ahe la herself almost unaware, of. It, and it la not until the full realisation of her position dawna upon her that the pure aoul of the woman In love for the first time In her life re' veals Itself. rart of the success this plsy has achieved is due to the play Itself, for K Is a strong drama. Pilled with carecu fully wrought sttuNtiona. K has rlmia apimsl that la attractive, and there are dlrectneaa and tenseness shout It. ; After all ia said, however. It Is to Miss Busley that the honora fall, and, as has been said, her success Is due unquestionably to the depth of her experience. Home Idea of the scope of this may he gained from a resume of her stage career. The II rat Important part of Mlsa Bus- - THE Roller skates can. In fart, be put to sn many uses that It would not surprise the writer to see postmen and policemen equipped with them some day to expedite them In their labors. Anyway, a great deal of time could thus be saved. England, too, has been overrun again by the roller akulerc. These attractive implements should not, according to many, have been neglected on account of the advent of the aafrly bicycle. discussing his Imscbnlt career. "Ha told mo my ultlinHta career was as a inajor longue manager. I owe to Hanlon all that I ever was In Imscball, and his quiet talks with me muds me determined. Sums time tmek, when I told him 1 was going to leave the llalllinore dub, ha expressed great regret but pdnted put his old prediction. "N bull player can ever sit and listen to Ned Ilunlnh without learning eoii'.etlilng. Good players lutve admit-le- -l In me that they thought themselves novices after listening to fils Ideas of pluy. Ilenlnn originated a style of plays that won eiinants for ItHlllmora. As fast as other clubs copied the Baltimore Idea be dug up something else. ( uttended law school al Cornell and worked slong with students many n' yearn my aenlor. 1 learned that nerve and baseball nerve were dlutlnctly different. At that a law diploma will not assist me In managing the Detroit team. But it will be of service later on when T am ton old to ds , Popular Outdoor Sport. In many cities and towns where Indoor rinks ere not available the sport has to be followed, of course, on the treeis and sidewalks. Children play a striking variety of games on roller skatrs In addition to ualng them for pleasure trips and for' going on errands. -- London Has the Craze. In the city of Ixmdon so many are now ualng roller skates that the public authorities have had to step In and puss official resolutions to provide for the accommodation of these persons. The London city council has originated the practice of setting aside certain parts of walks, streets and parks for a period of several hours each day for the use of roller skaters. A part of Southwark park, for Instance, la reserved for six hours eah morning for roller skaters, and Finsbury park la fn part restricted for them In the same manner. raffi I MAH Vf ANTED rlaaa-i-iioT- heavyweight CHAMPION exploit base hall knowledge drilled Into me by the greatest of baseball students, Ned Hanbm. Example For American Cities. This London Innovation gives a valuable suggestion for Amerlran town authorities that are at a losa to iroviile facilities for roller skaters. The Ion-do- n SOUTH FROM RACER AFRICA. J. H. Hlldebrandt of German southwest Africa, who ten years ago barked Ed" Bmllh, the fighter, Denver HORSE scheme could be followed advan- tageously to all concerned. The roller skaters would be given improved facilities for their favorite amusement, and so they would surely vote to keep In office the authorities that so benefited sgaje-- t .them. John lT Versus Jim Jeffries. a recent Interview John L Sullivan discussed the favorite topic of talk of many fight funs. This topic or question la. What kind of a showing would John L. Sullivan in hia prime have made ngulust Jim JtffriesT' John L. sets all argument at rest ly stating: In my prime I honestly believe I could hare defeated Jeffries In ten rounds on the turf with London prise ring rules. He la a great man, you know, a great fighter, but he Is too heavy to last In a really fas t bout. And, you know, he never was a great hitter." Foot old John L.! Either he la a candidate for the funny houae or else some dust has blown into his think works. Mayhap and likewise perchance, he is talking for the advertising it gives him for his vaudeville lour. But for any one to say thst Jeff never was a great hitter and that he would not lust In a really fast bout" Is too ridiculous' to be given serious consideration even for a moment. Jeff strikes the heaviest blow aver known In the prise ring. And before him Bob Fitzsimmons claimed the honor. Fits, it Is said, could at the time he fought Jim Corbett at Carson City deliver a blow (with his right, of course) J. KELLY, WORLD'S SPRINTER. 1'an J. Kelly, who will rare at the lamest own (Va.) exposition games, Is 'he world's greatest sprinter.. He. to member of the Multnomah Athletic luh of Oregon and of the team of the of Oregon. University He holds the ' ',r,l'r records of t -t seconds for the I1) yards and. II. 6 seconds for the M yards. FAST-ES- T S- STAGE ns Morals of Marcus." now run-fi'In Lopdon and to be produced In York by Charles Frohman next aon. has made a great Impression at taMapeat. where, under the title of Mirxs." It has Just been given at the Municipal theater. The ''leading local oiraal prophesies that it l enjoy as a popularity as Trilby achieved t the a me house. Beymouf Hicks' next .musical eejn-"'l- y timductlon In London will bs csll- -' "My Darling." of which he himself has written the book.' C. H, Taylor the . 't ig c - 1 . - nl WHEN IS: A BOXER would probably not have exceeded In force those' of Fitsalmmons' heat. For It was not Jhe terrible force of John L.'a blows that counted so much In his victories. Rather it was the accuracy and effectiveness of delivery, combined with force, that gave him his reputation. John L. discovered the knockout to the point of the Jaw (the famous right cross), and the men of his time were that the bulk of hia money, and tha very first ha made, came from the profits of "In Old Kentucky," qow playing Its fourteenth season. Annie Russell, who is touring the south an Puck in "A Jdldsummer Night's Dream," returns to New York In the spring. when her managers, Wagmhala A Kemper, will present her on March 4. Lew Bully, the composer and singer of "1 Guess That's Going Rome." Is docork In a new play. ing his monologue sans burned this season. The redoubtful Lew was Henry B. Harris has succeeded never In better fettle than at this stage of the game. The recent .settlement of the estate of Jacob Lift Showed him to be a multimillionaire. It Is not generally known . . NOT A FIGHTER? hands and not with hia feet that is, he knew and cored very little about foot work. Th-i- t brant h of the game was undeveloped. Then. loo. he and his contemporaries fought chiefly on turf, and no man can be fast on turf. Carpet Is smoother than turf, and no man can fight with speed on carpet for any considerable length of time. Fast fighting can bedone only on canvs stretched over polished wood or on polished rood Itself. The com pa relive roughness and elas- ticity of turf tire out any mans legs as soon as he esssys fast ring work. No. John L. hasn't got much ground for his rash statementa.- BESf TAVIS. j j j r - JOHN in postponing Rose Stahl's appearance In Boston in James Forbes' ctanedy, "The Chorus Lady." scheduled for February, In order to permit the continuation of her run at the Hsrkeit theater. New Tork, where her season has already been twice extended beyond the limits of the original nd brothers are De But among the titled foreigners who have recently entered l vaudeville, and the they are doing oddest part of It . a comic bicycle set. Ethel Barrymore Is to be seen In s revival of Captain Marshall's comedy. His Excellency, the Governor, and If rumor is correct will have the principal role In The Three of Us when that piece la presented in London. Gerberdt llsuptmsnn Is expected to Amartrs to lecture on German mm. unlver-altte- a. literary art before some of the York During his stay in New either The Sunken Bell or "Hannele" will be given at the Irving Place theater. 'The Know Man" ia tlie title of a new piece by Reginald de Koven and Stanislaus Ktange. It Is to have Its Introductory performance early In the spring. George C. Boniface. Jr., recently the star of "Before and After." presented for the first time The Binging Lesson' recently: In New Tork. If I a one act skit by J. Clarence Hyde. Mr. Bonlfaco was assisted hr Bertha NOW IN ED GEERS STABLE. John A. Is a very promising pacer, a chestnut, and til Geers has him at Memphis in preparation for the grand circuit. John A. was sired by Eddie HaL four-year-o- ld I. lyrics and Herbert K. Haines theP.mu-G. sic, additional lyrics being by Wsdehousc and Evelyn Baker. It will be produced st the new Hicks theater t balls Instead of four, ss In baseball, will entitle a player to walk. The bat will be ntsde of hickory, similar to tha Indoor baseball bat, except that It will bs considerably larger in diameter. A meltt)g was held recently in ChicaThe ball is to lie nut less than twelvs conto to the go complete organisation Inches or more than 'fourteen Inches In of new the end playtrol game promote circumference and made of a yielding ground hall. lermunent officers were substance startling about eight and a elected and plans 7nude te Introduce the half ounces. Ten players will constigame lit all the large cities iu tha Unit- tute a side Instead of nine, ss in bass-bal- l. ed Htalcs and Canada. Besides the battery and baseman The organisation will le known as there will be two shortstops and thrss Association Hall of the Playground outfielders. America. K. U. He Oroot, the athletic The tiatmnan on hitting the ball when Mouth of the director pnrlt K'hteugo) he is first to bat' or when there is tie auIs playground system, one on base ran run to first or third thority und chief factor in the new base, as preferred. Thla will keep the In to said have is and fact, he, gutne, fielders guessing, ns they are liable to originated the sport , make the plHy to flrat and instead the Mr. De Grout Is one of the best in- batsman will run to third. Hers Is formed alhlelle authorities In the enun. where the value of two shortstops will come In. The following better will be try. Under Mr. De Grout's leadership I he obliged to travel the same mute taken nanew gums will rapidly bSeome a by the preceding batsman, or as long ss tional feature of more than ordinary there Is any one on base. A fair .or foul hit hall will bs derided Importance. Playground hall la a cross between the same as In outdoor baseball, with Inthe regular game of baseball and the exception that a foul win not bs door bit ae ball, with a few variations. called n strike. Neither will n batsman foot bs entitled to a base on being hit by a The diamond is to have a thirty-fiv- e base line with a pitching distance of pitched ball, which will be called a dead thirty feet. The pitcher's plate Is to be ball unless It la on a third strike, when two feet by ten inches, made of rubber the batsman will lie called out. or wood. The pitcher will deliver the On a Mocked hall the base runner will ball with the undcrhsnd motion, 'the not be allowed to advance until the ball arm being swung parallel with the la returned to the pitcher and the umbody. pire calls play. The base runner will not.be allowed This game ran be .played In any to leave his base on a steal until the school yard or vacant lot lacking the bull has left the pitcher's hand. Three necessary space for basebalL . : not expert In guarding ngalgst it. Con1 sequently John L. could land It almost st will. But against tha mSn of today. i wonderful. Jeffries et al., he would not make his pet knockout good once in .fifty times. HAHN A FIRST BASEMAN. They have too many guards for the Frank "Noodles" Hahn, late of llie tight emgs and the left hook to the New York Highlanders, will play first Jaw's point As to Jelfg speed in the ring or lark buss next seasun for the Lincoln lodge team of the Cincinnati Fraternal JENNINGS PRAISES HANLON, that registered 75 pounds. 630Jeffs best of It as John U. elates, why, the grls-sle- d arm Is gone, old war. horse never, in hie life pounds. tieveral years ago I told Ned Hanlon league. Hahn's pitchingcover trial efforts have registered the first can he thinks John to landed ever he leave but and showed One Jeffries. reabaseball blows the of best by was I that speed The going If their force had been measured. son was that John L. fought with his study law," said Hugh Jennings, while bag good enough for sn amateur team. PARAGRAPHS. . "There li'a Philadelphia man who puts up prepared cork in iwckages. But most of the Ivtya like to fix It r themselves. The first time I blacked up was with cork from the bottom ef mother's soup kettle. I mixed it with grease and couldnt get clean for four j But burned rork comas off weeks. readily. All you have to do in to apply plenty of soap and scrub vigorously. wash up after the show , "I can quicker than a laboring man when he goee home to supiter from the Iron works or gas house. ITI do It inside of three minutes or forfeit the best supper to' be had. "A trace of burned cork Inside the ear la a song and dance man's professional card. It wllL.be recognised at any box office where they are not turnin em away.' "Itoes burned rork Injure the comat mine. plexion? Gundneoa. Nothing like It to keep the skin clear, soft and rosy." . E. B. DE GR00T, LEADING FACTOR IN NEW SPORT. ss In DAN Joe Goddard In Johannesburg at a tost of fJB.OUO. arrived In New Yu: K a few days ngo. Mr. Hlldebrandt haa done a lot of Africa In len years radng 1u South hnd hia ahare of sue-ceand. say he has on the turf. For two years ha has been selling 15JW0 or 16.00 horses to tha German government at Bwokop-muand Wlndhuk. German southwest colony. They wera from the I'nll-- d States and Bouth America and also Ilasuto pontes, descendants of the Arabian steeds which Governor Van Rlcblek. the first Dutch governor. Introduced Into, the Transvaal country. They were mostly from thirteen hands to fourteen hands two Inches high, Mr. Hlldebrandt said. Mr. Hlldebrandt has leased his stock farm. Good Hope farm, near Plum-stea- d, South Africa, where he still has a large number of two and three year olds, which he may bring to this country. The heed of his stnd was The Gown, son of the undefeated Ilarcledlne of the English .turf, which was wild to 10.000 guineas. Mr. Lady Rtandford Hlldebrandt says the way the progeny of Darcledlne equal the records for seven furlongs end over Is something few clothes. Fight f Talk The Roller Skating Craze Here and Abroad roller skating erase which this country a year did not die out hut, cauaed hundreds of athletic people to give the sport lasting attention. Today the pastime seems even mors popular than It was ten. fifteen or twenty years ago, when almost every one owned and used s pair of the wheeled shoes. In several cities roller skate recce have become regular features of each week's sport. Championships and rar-rare coveted as Jealously as In running. swimming and ice skating. In New York city alone five rinks are flourishing. "BLACK FACE" SECRETS. "Nearly every visitor who comas Into my dressing room," says George XL Primrose, "wants to know how we minstrels black up. Writ III explain. Even the toilet secrets at Lillian Rue-se- ll are public property, and I suppose mins are no longer sacred. "Burned cork always has been and will be the thing to usa Nothing can take its place. We buy corks from druggists and saloon Ini a. It used to be "the scheme to hire small boys to pick them up. A small boy will work ten hours a day for a pass to a show. If his mother wants him to go across to the grocery he sets up ftonsled how ls of. protest. .A minstrel pass Is the greatest known stimulant to 'Juvenile etuleHVig. , "Well, anyhow, you first catch the corks gad put them in a big kettle. Then yoii sprinkle wltk alcohol and apply a match. - Repeat until there ia merely a residue of soot. The performer rubs thin on until lie ia black in tha face, smears the backs of his hands, paints his lips a bright vermtl-lo- n, dona a scratch wig and la ready for business. - of count he puts on a Wallsingrr. well known as a prima' donna, and Henry Bayard, formerly of the "Before and After" company. Mias Marjorie Benton lioke of Chicago has copyrighted g piny entitled. The Finer Hilaries of Honor." Yvette Giillbert will soon present1 In 's London a French version of Paul comedy. "Per ' Anders." Julius Caesar," translated from Shakeaare, Is pleasing the Parisians. "Bandana Land" Is said to be the name of williams and Walker's next nmsiral play. Owen Winter and Kirk La Hhelle's play, The Virginian," Is being pre Lln-dau- . sented with great success la Sydney. Australia. "Lady Huntworih's Experiment," with Charles Hawtrwe, Weldon Gros-smland Kate Compton In the cast, has been revived In London. Sir Charles Wyndltam will not Visit America this season. Preps rations are afoot to revive Fsntana. Sarah Bernhardt may' do Mephisto-phet- ea In a version of Faust. Mlsa Flora Zabcllr haa been engaged as leading woman with Raymond Hitchcock in A Tankee Tourist," the transformed "Galloper." th . .