TWO TALENTED YOUNG ARTISTS. Think of having your plcturo taken fifty times a day! This Is what a little girl, Just 7 years old this month, thinks great fun, and the photographers of New York aro glad to pay her liberally for posing for them In her own graceful grace-ful wajs. Not that Miss Deryl Morse needs tho money, for her father Is a well-known and successful lawyer, and Heryl Is a pupil of the great Iiona-Jantl; Iiona-Jantl; but Beryl, In addition to her other accomplishments, Is quite an actress, ac-tress, and this winter makes her debut at one of the Broadway theaters, so that having a few hundred pictures will not come nmlss. Heryl s "most trustable friend" Is Master Webb Haum, a grandson of Gen. Green B Rnum of Chicago. Webb Is to play the leading part In ' The Master of Carlton Hall," supported by his little friend Heryl (who Is four years his Junior) and a company of "grown-ups," It is not often that a smnll boy has an opportunity to make his debut on the stage at a New York theater in a star part, but then Master Webb Rauin has already demonstrated his wonderful ability In amateur theatricals, and the character he will create was especially written for him, while both he and his little girl friend hive been under the constant training of their "professional ' associates for the last few months. Rehearsals Re-hearsals usually end In a tomp, for these precocious yourgslers ure chiefly remarkable for the fact that they play fiMBaaMWBsMaassiasawBiM i their parts childishly, and nothing delights de-lights them so much as listening to tho stories often told thein by one of the characters whose dutv It Is to keep the soungsters quiet while the others ate rehearsing.