Patrick, Warren A. (ed.) / Show world
(September 21, 1907)
Vaudeville, pp. 20-21
Play reviews, p. 21
Raymond's gossip, p. 21
ptember 21, 1907. THE SHOW WORLD i1 . a i .is is light itl st t utl , Ae i Invil p olf in i fashiiion that non of its gundr toirnts to pass t d.l an(I fashions nintly poot bits laulglimble itiidlits. The comnedi till s fiom a smlall town lad y refioiroi's e fow likker ariild her hlsbands de- for it t miiilicationi str ereds comlipli- ['on uit A]Ir'. Fekitat fainIits. Re- tiv , ill it fori orf good Illd hour- ar, adliiistrrI'd ntil Mrs. I" P'ek- ce:1 te r o, o d r the tl', oiOthing enc of Sot' Haimos Miss Irwit's por- oal ofIul-like intoxintim wls artis- ly ann TIhe supioirting comipany satirl o ' ibut notii more. Hart's Pantomime Pleasing. otll I JI Ioosph Ilrit 's pantomimes, Prk s Pets it Sotland. disclosed a lingso n 1 oi( 1vetitairl atul some 1ret- tisil, noniros. I'tunli Yoting was ik and a lot of nondescript aro- Will <ti, 0 Capably by the diff'rent ubets of the comnpany, wkhotii w10looks i a misanthrope. 1pitno like 'a utir0 -vas weil re- I l).v thte,, large audience, but Mak- i Sholrd rultiVat i smile. His en- sw,to a cirtc0 wxithi a funeral coat- eiiift v t Was. (eot'go Wit- ari rid-tini oviero of theo iriirs I boiith gav o it ny inonologue t ii r itlii fi Mr.t Wilsonr's fun wasooil irsit and wxit" the aid of :Iel~i II50111tv, tihe talk becomes t denjpdyeboe lne rom ilr best acts ol the program ksaork Connopi. styled the Euro- S:rr it I, %~ipliisttind prestidligitatsar. 0'Cornr' liis a ugreat deal of new t effrcii o imedy inscortporateid in his ind some 01 tresults achieved in shadiow wo01k aire puzzling9 and re- .:lali I 1 lir Te Sisters iirma also 'ar inl ar trapeze act of high merit. act is citvened with novel lighting is rllo olIettily dressed. tie <Atrellis'gave tir original in- rwettiii of1 Amesricanii s ounrs, wbicfs 1ils ''t sinLiiin A<nricai cooi songs :la(t I'i~gitfi i 'rglisit accer'nt. irum & piper 1i,, sLyled entertaining comedy stletsrin t eill,n arl <thei were. Kipp ar ge5rood comierdian it addition to lever jutggler, antd the act was very ,11 received. Dudley, D'Orimond and diey .rppeared it a singing and piano -ity that give Miss D'Orimunl a eet dip11 a 0Prrtty stiprarno Voice igne, Sisters, gave t good singing and on arct, but used thefr eyes con- iY oittli v5 poor effect. The sis- ishoild Ilin to differentiate between - illsolirI 0t grimarce. teit rrrirnacll gave a good comedy. if Bis s Iorses pleased as they did t wk, aned the Kinodrome presented e(,1''1re of Irish senes. 'I'ir1 Majes- ioil i rirotlner tire diroetion otf Ed- .ird Kunz playeI'd one of Gis. Edward's ,ular nieiodis, '"rtioncnce." by Neil lpret airl Al. Brown's "Georgia Sunset" irch. Tom Nawn a Favorite. Mcao'rir trullmin Porter Maids and iii Xniti crried off the irnirs ofthe foriillrri1(r nt the, thiio'i'r tOp ' tiC iotse It se,k Ar. Nutit apprrrieel in Iis tiilli sketrir. ait and ihe Genii anid ten ii, siio , t griitet', tititlitr tgi thiti hoe e1)<ials does. There sontiling infectious about Nawn's Oe and ouiliart style of rolocition that ket overythinr 1i says seem funny. sipport wtas ropable. lbiris Ftullman Porter Maids led to b' i very good act. Th only Ale itll it at present is that the lhi is toO abrupt leaving the audience ieeide-d whether to pin ons their hats wait fori further developments. The ii, 11inntuneful voices, the costumes nrioel and pleasing, and the comedy the twro ri, priotls is ryellt handled. hary I)plrotit ti T\illiam i Tem le ap- red in a sketch that was prlonged to grealt lengths; (il Brown gave a eer ieiig specialty; and tli Four lity 1)lrniers, Mr. lond Ms. Eidward Kenip aillfthe ('ivistie Duel were 1 rn tr tlin ihos Solumn s .iiini,, leasoe1 xit ii,iriioiti iayvok, lotliwrson the till we're Itinry Roeth- Frierick lilder. R or nd Begar 1 Nelio, 'I'vle It Kinodiroie pre- inted i Tirtuisitive Stranger and The at Si ters. 'ile hil t(steh it te Tisinarket te as rls Bert I osli' in his slang 'itet ilhgco ('lilt:,; Aamrs'o Re'minrgitn 'twek nli~~ (isEwr*1Sho lPies and Mr. run ]ts. Beii Aroars. PLAY REVIEWS BY CHARLES KENMORE LA LANTEIN RNIE, Clyde Fithi! To thi notherinost dtls wvitt The Strailgit Road: Pity for Blanche 1'l. e of the foremost of Ainericas 11 who is compelled to wallow in lilinnd which serves only to tarnish without affording her a single ty to display her art' Congrat- i' th ninagement of McVicker's )rthe croiowds which pack the nightly iiland which attest by r applause their appreciation of Miss i 'tri though tltey disclaim artistic m o I of her vehicle, which, probably, 'rest in 11 lher repertoire. That I'lt ip hlint, there is little hr v,,rs oore, ina tisticallyreconle ivellt e oil oinsti ltedl not' otil' triort balrdy xiriti~ It Iriorvs that Fitli has reached tilh, iid onf his rope and that lie is thilistin the ftig ends of his worn-out imagination upon tle public imerely because Ie has the rep- utation of being the foremost American dramatist, wheniin truth, he laong htis been a lack writer who couldn't hold i job for two weeks on a third-rate weekly society journal. Every play Fitlh has turned out in five years has displayed indisputable evidences of his ielital dio- o rob nio, and it The Straight Road lie tro,,os Iitself a iere tyro ti the hand- ling of a icharacter of whose personrlity Ite hasn't the slightest conception. It is unfortunate for Miss 1Valsi's Ii that she is forced against her will to the ex- ploitation of this ennervating iatiration wiliiit cannot add to her fanie bout which must seive only to stain it with the fouil Virus it exudes at every pore. Fitch has not corineoived tiii real woit- an tof the sluimis. Ile las walked upon gl*oitrisiS Wh'ich exists 0111l ill Ilis ottoi itiiiginatioi. Ally psol e teorti Oi a metropolitan newspater will ooucI for that. In Mary O'Hara ie has given its 'reature of i sims so Iilitll) l <egrade that 1,1fof it aot tiltri 1 ref- itmration eio es til at, coitt iorn orivtsn ht' dooai iatihois of ithe mand its tisles, h Iatod cf ht whinhk ve l it the unire it whaic she iniocr1 kolt Icer n re in a setlshe an pIer c rs onrt throtgh tie aid if it ciple hu i n i snotlomisent siorer nt fi te basis o the story tf Iie Stiityih Roano . litv- clir to rmake tire story unite attiaiius', bat lsfc fails ofits patpone Fiti its, Pictre of the Madon a athl chil to keep M aary in the straight sah. Jhes driven to coespaiter the loss ci fime at slso loves who had laught er aits tis uarns of a nothe she resolven togo ban to the co life of it1eed ss lit this stiet Miss Walsh liis petiins the only opportutity the m1oanlc affcir'srt do an aristie li of ar z in andt captiates all s its situedtitsa tnitru TIhe plriyis temintiscient oif TNtosleis :titr iuows ani iliet, of Nancx Sykes. It ets- paqsizes the mecessity of ireit.er v- Vicle for Miss asr oie vi wlitic s cas gie her atiditot a iiittoiltio, vortl of her talents ath teosi ot tse capable company icls supportther. Js- sic Ralithi as Mbrs. Finsterty. was excel- lent. Hibtt Irish hrcgue was rics as oS inc arid effrse t e aie e Fift itior- otishearty latghss. Alma Krutgras Miss ompsos. a settlement oker. si'assoift ani sx'omanlv. Williams 'iras'es is Doutglas Allie.s, ats all rotunid loadi masl withe ewodi ens rgit have otn, isetir lth re author gien iiit the opicr ityil. Herbert Bstvick in ohae nes el Bill Hubbel, as, bt keeper wae is in lo t with Mary. laoke l force at tigr re t bnt smil tie w e w'as thatiral 's iti gernt. Teats Patrirrliit s I rzx 10/z atnd Moor Brooks as thte siritedi Moss Iol aceitatn themselis ai tclesit a Moore Prove Hi Abrity n Vitter eoofrec, star by ver' ortaioa- toni aupeares in Tela k o Ne a irk a eiatpp, fost w epsical e, it i ('00- loudl oit tire e'v'cnilg oif Sriosotix Sr 1,t. S anol as ineaty starbleo is te maats of rpplause theat swet aloc te troes th splashed Over tire foottig tv. T, Taik of Nos York is tt best tfsisal condipy Georgo M. Co an s one. ht is far better than George W.ashringtont Jr. atd rshideems lse ieciocre Fffv Mis Frotm Boston. Tlie( cliilog-otr' seintliito's. lie Nelies are of R h 0" Waintlig, "listin kind, anc tre 1lvrir0ps possoss et oSi t tuelue taiasooofortginalt. Ibo pu'', is typially Cohanesciu. As Kf Bumrds te rae ie trak ritaud miti a Ltertlofs I f gestre aeprerrng sile anS tirteor. that is o ior pcor soxecd t rat lie is hal oo tio tal comsoedian. His slano, is catpit. l hosia'es tire pthos fromt 'irring iscongritt at sings Iins songs In itso ass nonc ma- isuMttal sort ne fasiotiit giLus just tbe desired effect. Mr. Moreo's pitlrr of Kid Burns is alsost tio left a b" adterization to be wasted tupon a itusi l comedy. Couan's incomparable stag tuanage- nient canes the entire picee tin at w'ths a rash and ssirl that noever as and there is a constant ovisih of ski ans display of sandsconely gointted ci soters. The tsstsical niiters cold h- tin fshCone. into hits. but "Mr. Barts ofhNe Rochelle' I Watt You ' ''irinr \Aithi Toe" ann Whets We Arc MTA oulnri RTID"U sieserve special me~ntion foir thii turnefulness. Of the cast Stanley H-. Feorde. Nflii Berigen, Jack Gardener. Sadlie Harris atsi Emnsumrs Littlefield (Mis. MNoore) are ]to table for theirsx'ork. With V,tor Moor poritrayinsg KiS Burins 'TlheTa~ orf No~ Vrk nsay totoriba in ('bionolgo le log It desij'es. McConnell at Lurna Park. E. W. McConnell wxill nrose't th iiie.5 iac .urlv rtoont Isciroxi taid owitt Ioa'hrLe'of'ailt 01 hfit' i itMOt'V1 si roi' lb mionltit Luita Park Ne Ys Vork t'itv. nex season. 'As a 010eator iof exosoositiont autrtisetrietss\1 loti 000et itseb~otaols Siitii- outiapsoct Tiexxwitintested it tsxerrt two0 diff eent conicessios coos liii Pike:i St. Lotuis, it all iexpositions Is, has beetn thi e i coinsessionatr' antdi nowt hasi interests it, about half csf ther showis ois fteSWar oiiiatJamstiiio. It is tonscer'- stooid thsat Nit' MtC('otsisbI hirs Iiiie,'0tcr1 soisse oif tire, ledinsg tiriotic'ie's cof Srss intoni 1). C... its aii, rrtssris'tiro't Prk iti I- in, too h-1s nit, ols i 'ir RAYMOND'S GOSSIP. thJoe Vhli ,d h <itti b n tkinljm ilr o)tipred i soill gaine recently between the 101ks lnd tire boys of tho tEinpire com- pnliv. Joe gave some close decisions eand the Eimpire boys won. 9 to I 1ithink the boys of the company wiill wtin the pon- nanit, or at least give the Sox's a run, if Joseph tnnpiros in mansoiNi of the games. Otie close, erisiolt Ire, goaxc was siltei one of the visitors hit theo' ball. The pitcher inuffed it, WIiit-hliral caught it, threw it to first and ther blandly an- nouncedl the batter oat. 'filings arc not (lnit o ecli'r to loo ve(t. atri i. kcnow surite- thing iaust be the imatter with himt, for ie gave me an "ad." I Met Moay Yoie, a .Tapenese imaid and sixteen big trunks leaving the Shs'rman house lIst week. NMiss Yolie was en ioute to open ont Sullivan and Considine ircuit Sept. 16, in Butte, Mlont. Taigh & Thomas, have inst finsihced a successful season through the mide west. Dixon & Fields 'ailled list week to it- oiri i t h Th rnet ll, o '0r0lillni tioir separatios was'rith~out fondalticon. 'I'c'i tirie non the pieotin tise and sil produe their no riot next spring. SSpadeir Johnson utilizes a copy of TH'E SIH)WT VORID in his lown barer-shop act, one of the big hits of the Barnum & Bailey hig show performance. Spador is a busy booster for the "Now Reliable." TI it Dnis an hris wife, no' ens ton sx'iti tie Its.,,iecc-Sallace shnowis andio a big felture it the fun line, are to miake a long trip at the conchlsion of the cir- cus season. Mr. Davis will write inter- esting betters of his tiavels for the per- nisal of SHOW WORL.D roarts till, winter. Hagenbeck-WoIllace Shows have Nash- villo, Tenn.. billed to a finish for Sept. 20. iorr' EaLrI has made a great show- frg in the n1 ewspapers. John D. Tippett was a oller it 'IHET SIt15W WORIt offices last Fl idhy on his wvar froni NwI York City to Kansas City, Mo. where he is engageed this week in iook'ing after amiusement business. Mlr. 'I'!pIpett notains lils intrest in Conl cessoions oon tine Ar Path at tse1 Jamestown Ex- t10 will r-11rn oil t shortle 21 SING IT MONDAY, SEPT. 30th It's New, Pathetic and Patriotic PANSY LEWTON'S Song Dedicated to thet 1enior of ibon.iw anf/Uro and to be introduced every- where, Monday, September 30th, the occasion of the NationalMcKinleyMemorial dedication at Canton, Ohio. Professional Copies Free to those enclosing programs. Orches= trations furnished on request. Quartette arrangement ready. Any Firm Will Furnish Slides The Continental Music Co. Room 2, 717 Superior Avenue, N. E. CLEVELAND, OHIO WANT AREALLY GOOD SKETCHI? Hih Class Work )riginal ideas' Plenty of Action! Roars of Laughter, or real heart interest. Nothing cheap or vulgar. That is my aim, and I seldom niiss the mark. Thirty Bil Successes in London and America. Send me your measure, I can fit you. WALTER BROWNE, Knickerbocker Theatre Building, New York City $ 000 TAKES 60ft.IonaInteriorPaddin,Wreck 49 THIS ELEGANT STEEL URR Proof, all Steel but the Doors. Esi at c st fb ildin, na.0 u it a, go anst: , aIN:- , . id rtud r p-to- date PInilororan. Car ain loo cenio ni rohearsals at Arliinton, N o ot. _i to js or address W. A. Ii I, care of Rees Printing Co., Oiahlia, Neob.