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Leading Features of the New Dramatic Season The Judge Pinero's MHis House In Order H&s Ibsen Flavor Three Musical Comedy Successes and the Jury & Failure From tir polldeiit. diwiiu.tlf seaimn la now In awing ih- - manugoia wlio u onr or iwo of Ilia uear In New Toils oglu tn awing. too. if there la any Jtiftiiv In our downtnid land. And vi ml In aa well begin with "The Judge ami I hr Jury. af Wallack'e theater I'M Clitic an id, Hoth The Juilgw and Jury mikIiI tu get lha full penally. ila wat only right. They should got Ilia full prnaliy and a warnof I lie ing agaltiM future offense Mine nature. Bui lot ua rather talk of The Tourists," for pleanant tlnga, inatatu'e, at the Majestic la a genuine musical comedy hit. with a large and THE w i i raat. Julia newly discovered atage beauty, aialjle la aacn ' i i E : r i . ;n tlliphune! Nonsense. Katie. replied Mlaa Hur-neHarnuin and Bailey are both dead." . Arrsli, now, an' doant yea thing OI can hear w id me ears, replied the girl. Oi asked tlie mou on the other ind of the wot re wot he called himself, and ht yills back Rnrnum an Bailey, ye UloC Are yea deefT An OI ala to him, six OI, 'No. Ol'm not deef, but yes talk loike a load of pertattes." Then Ot I'll And out who it the ' mistress. "Ferhaps some circus man wants me to ride an elephant. She excused herself and waa gons from tlie room a few minutes. When alia returned she waa laughing so heartily that one of her guests suggested palling her bark, while anotliv proffered a glass of Ire water. Both were effective, and as soon aa her sense of humor was again under control she told her diners the cause of all tha ld woman. Edward Garrett, a midget, plays tha role of tha Infant He, ilka tha play Itself, la distinctly a novelty. The Hippadrama Shaw. Indorsed universally by tha praas and public, A Society ilrrus." at the New York lllpiKxIrunie, continues to at' ' tract thousands twice dully to the ' mammoth pluyhuuM and to prove Ila ' : title aa one of the greatest of the' -atrical productions. Governor N. L . H Blanchard of Loulalana after wlltiee-In- g Hie opening perforinance said: It e the jnoet. wonderful, the moat Vpay? a I o 'J fill tlful and thf g rente"! show ,1 have ve( in oo.u ul ! ' 4.h f .T . wltneeaeil. It la liiiniMlb1e adequately -h .uv to describe It and mu"t be seen to be U I have never- seen In all MARGARET ILLINGTON, APPEARING HOUSE. IN ORDER" appredafed. my Travels Anything In the. pthunejneiit world to aitpruach It In Ila inagnlflcaura And tha oiilnlon of acting of Mr. Drew there never la. Ha vehicle by John Kendrh'k Bangs, Vin- and graudeur. wore Ida r'olhea with lila well known cent Bryan anil Manuel Klein. ILouisiana's chief esrcullve la voiced by eaaa of manner and Oiled out hia acenea Mora dramatic than He la eeen aa a trump, Hleva Waffles, many nthera. aought by an trala countable aa Ilia ten dramas, more uperatlo than ten acceptably . 'a Other meinhere of the rant are C. M. cun iterator of aia boit'ea of Ir. opera, more rlrcuney than ten Holland. Arthur Elliott, Lana llollliluy fuinmia cure for every known nil la an opinion recently rendered and Madge Ulrdlaalone. men!. Tha piny deala with eplaodea concerning "A Boclety LMrcua." Its in tha year IWI. alien Socialism la cuck wealth of features Include the greatest of tha twill leal and aconomlu roost. "Tha Man Free New." chorus aver aeeemhled; tuneful, catchy "Tha Man From Nuw" at tha New niualr; eeneallmial arenlc acta Maria Cahiira Flaaaing Flay, Aniaterdam t heeler la another success. engaged by Mnwra. Hhubert A At iMly'a theater Marin Cahill made Anderson and aeew for the flrat time In Harry Hu Igor liua been provided with a varied and, .n aome respects, novel her Initial bow for thla season In this country; dainty ballet of a hun- - Kington aa leading woman. Mlaa la well known aa the wife of Manager IJanlnl Prnlunan. drama Tlila play la lha Ilmen-Ilk- a w rlneu Arthur Wing J'liiero, which ly London for an ml Ire aeaann. interested t highly enjoy ld lt . acruaa the table. Bhure, mum. an Oi hopes aa huff you'll beg inoy pardon, but Harnuin an Bailey wlshea to spake wld yes over th' ' Forty-secon- "Hi Hauaa In Order." rr.ihably Ik moat tnlked of 'new limduribin haa been Ilia llmiae In Order." In which Juhn Iirrw la a i waring in lha Jfnipine thru ter. with Margiimt laughter. "It wasn't Itanium A Bailey," said she weakly aa she reached for inoi-Ice water. It waa ha, ha it was Arnold Daly!" ' f VfV ' l! SrS j Mias lllingten'i Soedan. I Miami Mlaa he .Tpon itlingioa louden ,nf a el lug fa I la. Mr. Fuam I If not a fbnttnlM. - Ha umf nothing generally lie counted upon te draw lit men conventionally, but Ilia wnrnrn are amt tu he faithful tranerrlpta from IIV. muted by the fore that lintel and swerve the feminine mind. Much faithful trauaertpt from actual existence la Nina Je. aon In Hi liouaa In Order." Like the tierolnea of "The Fecund Mre. Tamiuerny." "Tha lienellt of lha Doubt" and "Tha Ga; Lord Quex" even "letty" aha la nervous, high atruug and allghtly frayed nt lha edges, but In tlila rant aha ta nioml, upright, oulapokan and true to heraclf al leant. Tima w aa nothing aenaatbmal In tha BAILEY." d. Hilda Spang and Other. IIIMa Fpoug la maellng with a fair meaaure of lunna In Lady Jlin at tUleri theater, and an tlei la William Jlawlrey. brotlier of t'harlea i law trey. In Tlie Two Mr. WeaLherbya" at the Madlann Biuare. Mr. liawtrey la alily HMlMrd b May Ttilly In Hie leading wmnaa'k rule. Mlaa Tully waa tern year In t'aaliel It j run's I'rofrs-al'in- ." i la AND ri-- "The Little Stranger." At the Hackett theater i formerly Lew d Eielrlaf theater) , in street, "The Little Strangyi." Ilka Hia Huum In Order," an English success. and by Mtchaal Morton, haa attracted many people Interreted In occult things. Tin theme of tha play oppose aartoua belief In lha occult. By maana of a sev anlaen-year-nboy. who Impersonates a baby. Haul Vronsky, a myslidst and soul hunter. Is exposed and cast out by hia followera, mostly In a leading role. ; throughout able. the Bandr-rson- , NOT "BARNUM Virginia ilarned, wlio la preparirg for her starring tour In the new play, The Girl la Waiting." ha a new 1 li aervunt whu Is equipped with a gift of The other day uncoiiN'i'ius humor. Miss Ilarned waa sitting at dinner In her home when Katie from the County Kildare burst into the room and roared Burt thw lyrU-aand Benjamin Haig-mLike few muaical produclinna of the latter day brand, Marrying Uary hna beara more a really coherent atory than a mere Baniblance to a bona Ada drama. Tha :ilay producea' merriment without lapelng into nunmonpluce trickery and vulgarity. Three of Mlaa I'ahlll'a aonga are certain to become Cahill' Mi" widely popular. ' i one of the few dramatic geniuses of tha day. The admiration, it is needless t say, la mutual. Marrying Mary." a mualcal comedy that baa raptured while approval la no uncertaia manner. Edwin Milton one Boyle, author of The Squaw-man,of tha leading htia of lent year, wrote the play. Htlvie Hina write tha mualc . Dramatic Cene- - Sew York ' t' f i . eul f - INHIS . Kill-uiu- e" YOUNG FERNALD. ManfWW"Atirlhi rind' Mvfn-- Alillrr IS Ait i.iii ' sreH are with ' lha' vreeirfiun i'ii ft, ' -T . W tfi'-wt nil I of ifkoung their given production JULIA MARLOWE" t V i:jriU! itidiildl floil preaented .teidrilively In Huston '!e.-,ii- e wo ' ; : and the comedy will probably with E. H. recently, cJsllA Marlbww'huk 'reltiVfied fmm Europe to routinua as be Included in Miss Anglin's repertory Botliern In fUiakeepfarean and other clamic. roles. next season, though she will not confine herself to this ur any other one dred girls, interpreting the Bong of cussed tlie question. Doea tha acting play. Young Fernald waa originally ilia bTowera," and, a a cllniaa, the of Jinpassloned love scenes Intensify called "The Conversion of Garrick" and In course of her dis- was written by Evelyn Greenleaf Court of the Golden Fuuutwlna, the moat the emotional cussion Bernhardt makes tlila remark: Southerland and Beulah Dix. beautiful of stage tableaux. "When I see lluue or Margaret AngFREDERICK TKEGJSLLfeS. GUY STANDING. lin or any other great actrsea I do not BERNHARDTS PRAISE. ask Does aha really feel those emoGuy Standing's debut aa a star will be made In a strong comedy drama enOne of Maigarct Anglin's greatest tions In her private Ilfs?" Tha Bernhardt saw Mina Anglin In "Zlra" titled A Society Polioeman. admirers la Baruh Bernhardt. In a declared her tha play will be produced under the stag i New York paper recently tha great and Immediately French actress over her signature dis greatest English spesklug actreas and supervision of Henry Hiller. n-- -l.- - Fer-nak- l,. 1- co-at- ar Brief Yachting Review "- College Sport Talk-Batt- ling Nelsons Fatal Mistake; . Sloops Effort and Cherry Circle Features of Season -'- Middle West Football i"Se if the rilled n particularly bad strike on me. A third rams over, and I was out. I wept back to the bench boiling. " Tou aura are a lobster, said Pick Padden. We don't aland for that kind of work in thin league. If you want to make good with tha boys, who think you are quitter, go out there end pull off that rap of hta. Show him that you have sand.' "Out I trotted and made a grab for Bob's cap. Off It came before the dismayed Emails knew what was happening. But off with It, too, came a red wig which Bob always wears. Tow bet I got out of that vicinity la record time. "Tim Hurst's remark to George Stuns whan .tin latter was presented .with n .patch by bis juhqlrem pjt Sportsman' park lqat season, . 'Now, Georga, pek tha .ban, but don't' soak the watch, a yeinftrk made by a famous hits, ter yesTs ago,"1 said B. Stewart the St. Louis Cardinals' secretary. "The occasion waa also a watch presenting ceremony, and Feta Browning, the great Louisville slugger, was the recipient Browning waa called to ths plate and presented with the watrh by a committee representing a number of bts admirers. Taking tha watch In hia hand and turning to ths chairman of tha committee, Pets asked with sa much Innocent as he could muster, Where's the chain 7 " to American Ml yachting waa highly encouraging the veteran coach and lha university would nut lie renewed, hut nutlilng definite waa known until recently, when standing out boldly Middle West Fastball. Peiniiery announced (hut he hud comto tlie foes as craft of exerp-tlunThe middle wrelrra universities have pleted amingcnienti to go Into the real class Thy are tha sloop Effort, foot-lut- ll estate business with his brothers In owned by Frank M. Bin II h of New gathered In a promising crop of talent for the coining campaign, Flilladelphla. new schoonthe tha ateel York; Queen, Tha retirement of Dempeey marks Michigan and Illlnnls seem tu er built by the Tlerrrehuffa, and tha fhlcagn, be the leading cotilrndrra for Ilia sec- tlie passing of one of the most successflurry Circle, winner of tha Upton tional championship, although Hie ar- ful rowing coaches that this country cup In Lake Michigan wat era, off rangement of schedules will proliuhly hsa ever had. Before romlng to make Ilia actual eludes of Hie premier Georgetown he earned fame aa a most successful developer of rluli crews, and The Effort mat to International fame eleven a difficult one. The general opinion In the middle during tha late nineties, under his through her victory over, tha Quern and other notable no-erIn tlie contest west Is that His new rules will tie Intutelage, the Fennaylvanla 1 large, and off New-por- t. terpreted by some teams and officials In later tha Vesper dubs, won numberless for Emperor WilTlsins R. I. Her flulsh, off Hrenlon's such a manner aa In mska the gnme races In tlie.nailuual and other regattas llghisldp, when she won from the shout aa rough and dangerous as over. In cdkAf gecUmut-u- thu riettgtryt-Queen by nine seconds, on time si-- : But na on, hut ncivous mammas' gad - IttlliM tha Vuspae sight of Philadelhalf already gone down In his- papas and fidgety college profeasura phia. In charge of Hut Drmtcy, Jourtory as ena of tha moat thrilling of tuw. fiunplslulng. rThe plsyiiiw f ftble neyed to i'arls and won Aha champlon-sklp-v- rf a, Alta iWudJ by defeiAbig the aquatic rllmuje. Owner Finllh 'la a great game wll nlwsva drnuu.aiul , who recently lifted thn English millionaire borax tnannfki'tttTPr, and he look fra- strenuous illverslms, Is the rltal of II. II. llogcra for the chsllengs rup at tha Henley regatta. w orld's supremacy In steam yacht racDempsey's Retirement. Nelson's Foolish Tactics. F. A. Hamiwey, who has linen In ing. The races for tha Roosevelt cup, off charge of tha Georgetown unlvtd-sllThe conduct of Battling Nelson g Mai'hlehead. lines., were highly rowing squads for Hie iset five yeiirs. throughout tha entire light at Goldfield features and practically wound will nut ctaich Hie blue und grey crew with Joe Gens was such na to causa nest yenc. lbs writer seriously to analyse Ihe enup tlie season In the east. The showFor several months there has been a tire bout. ing of the American built raerrs over llielr swift German built coinietitors rumor afloat lliat ihe contrail between Nelson fought differently than ever before. True, he "bored In" all the lima. That la rhararterlatlc of the THE I thise racers leaves deals liars of small boa I a In ul i I t Chl-cug- n. t j ::1 1 Hi ! t! 1 J i! . ; a r-- i Imt-anc- la - Mtick-enfus- inter-ridin- great Dane from Hcgeswlrli. III., but how about tha almost countless nuni-tic- r of wild swings that lie let loose rounds? during Ihe forly-tw- o In every round Nelson swung wildly front one to seven or eight times. That Is not the Nelson style. That Is not fighting of the brand that he has made famous. Nelson never courted fame as disciple of the liiymahlng" cult, which dotes on the Juicy, ridiculous ii wide swing. Therefore, w hy did be waste so much strength In Ms bout with n a"HiiH"trr of ring tactics like Gana? Slaw Versus Speedy Man. him Nelmin With n slow- man might have been fm given for using In such s wild swings orcaalnnslly. case one might land now and then and gel In effective execution, but against a crafty, font working, body shifting piece of fighting machinery tike Gnus Nelson was worse than foolish I let go a blow that he was not reasonably rertaln would land. And Nelson and Manager Hilly Nolan both were well aware of thl. Fighting Is their business. anil they know all Its elements, I, Ike all sucphases and possibilities. cessful people in their line, they generally map out the scheme of battle beforehand. They else up thetr opponent and figure just what style of work will j bother him most They analyse his style, weigh every Important event in' his esreer and deride on what may liest lie rniculaied In prove Ills weak points. Then they center their forces on these points and open flee. t'f course Nolen and Nelson were wise to agree that the most effective tactics against Gana would be to have the list tier rlosa In. play for the body ; - J; M a t e X SENSATIONAL SLOOP EFFORT, CHIEF FEATURE OF ERN ; COAKLEY, THE ABLE PHILADELPHIA BITS. STAGE f i Dustin Famum Is a brothsr of William Farputn. who played Ihe title rale for so long. of ''Ben-llu- r Julia Frary. who has been selected by Charles Dillingham for the pait of Jjidy Htckenhall In Frank Daniels' Oiu viral farce. Heigesnt llnie." les! season bwdlrg soprano with Paul A we e I PITCHER. AMERICAN and d ns much "Infighting as posal- hie. ilans Is nut the lnflghter that Nelson Is. while the negro plainly ex - I" splendidly and Its nelghtmrhiHid have often figured having a part wldrh Ms him as In Act ton and poetry, but "Cape Cod a" an oilskin. Miss Jeffreys !.ewla will play ths Folk at the I lowton theater Is ths first part of Mine. Thenardlcr In "The laiw rest altsinpt in transfer Its similitude amt tlie Stan." Wilton Ijicksyes new litem the singe, Ilnhcrt Maniell hs liecome the ownploy, which If an aduptatlon of Victor er of Samuel lhclp's prompt ropy of Hugo's I,rs Mue rubles. As lung ngo Hs IMS Threau gluw- comedy. "The Man of the World.'' whii-lhe hopes to revive. tit tiiglv described the beauties Il transpires that the lme Mrs. Gaps Cod. Prov ipcepm n trsiona nat-iirul- ly issi in i '"d Folks ss.-J- ? 0 m SEASON IN EAST- - WATERS. Burke to a coterie of baseball enthuI had been signed siasts. by Pittsburg and was anxious to make good pletely nullified by his wide, crudely with the Pirates. My first gams wras BCB EM SUES RED WIG. wide swings, and If they were not used aTloee one, and I was In It up to the for nn ulterior puriiose. they were cer"I'mplre Bob Emails would not speak tainly evidences of a woeful and unex- to me for a week after mjr debut In handle. In the ninth, with the bases pected lack of sound Judgment on the the National league." . eakl Jimmy Riled and one run needed to llg Einslte rela at long range. But tha good results of NclMii'ailnflghtlng were com- s I 1906 YACHTING part of the sturdy Pane and bts adHARKT GRANT. visers. Cringle I John oltver Hobbes) left several unpublished plays. Kfotiiot Taget. who appeared Mis with the tats Joseph Jefferson, has I wen engaged for the role rrf Gretchen with Thomas JefferMon In Rip Van Winkle this season. Miss Fay Templeton, having been, by nil accounts, happily married this time, bn Is sun her season In "Fortj'-flv- e ( a if er fag, a ri f t Minute bus. Frim Broadway In Colum- well known owner. mer recently ha wrote the poem f'T Ihe Mil Beta Kapi-- exerrlsen at Cambridge. The character of the Isle Charles Btewart Parnell was ably played by Ernest Hostings lit recent coy right of performance of "The Wearing Green. a drama to be formally soon In this country with '.trees fmm Ireland In the leading role- a O. f. ! Ll ClEh LYSE, SOW EID1S6 IS EAST. Lucian Lyne Is one of America's greatest Jockeys. While a "free Ism-at present, he la eeen moet frequently on the horses of Davey C. Johnson, the Gooilfriend has brrn retained by Daniel V. Arthur as business manager for Dighv Hell In "The Education of Mr. Plpp." t'wen Winter, who wrote the novel "Tlie Virginian." Is one of the most prominent Harvard men In tlie literary world at the present day. One sum .X4fif4s ed h . .