Wright, J Sam - story part B - The News-Palladium 9-14-1897
of tor him [»any, v a bul <1. A C1 »I » • li J. --•s Hartford. Mich, we arrived at on: Hu* soubrette in- e only bedroom in tan that had a hr« d grandchild, who .ady. Of c« Hi I'm . a all y gave her the i ipuetiy s«*I aside i »upper the do tiled tiled oi seven people, tm Wright, waded snow banks tot he -ocated sumew here As. 1 he c« un pan v retired behind the y tor the evening Sam took his stain stain his new show tie time after, in ind the curtain. 1 ugh tin* motion of ) through numerous | tow it ha 11 . w h ieb is ! w ¡thin the city lim | including myself, !scenes to get read • performance, while ! t ¡An' at tin* do«>r j ciothes. Some lit | peeking from belt | saw him going thro j taking tickets from imaginary spec!a j tors, and i felt ¡red that should w* . nave a rush h** would be fully capably I «if taking care of the responsibilities oi ; this colossal aggregation. - i he tune fur the performance ar* j nye«! and the soubrette in her blond«| blond«| wig. grease, paint an«lshort skirt look* I «-«t cute enough to eat. iu fact, di.l in- s.st upon a fan tie of beer and a cheese siin<iwi,-h before we rung up the curtain. curtain. and I hastily dispatch**«! the call noy t,. notify tin* manager that the Ciieese and l«eer were absolutely uee- i-ssary bef«»re the game e*>uldgoon. >am. in the meantime. ha«l taken in something like **i.*,■« au.l was loath to; give up trie price of the af«ir.*>aid refreshments. refreshments. but he did so „¡ti, hiv -«• • ■« -1 gta«-«*, and th** perfortuunee began. 1 very considerately draw the curtain curtain over the balance of the evening, and ivirain from giving an account of the wild, fearful and appailing per- r ven by Manager Wright s will say that we struggled e tliree dreary, highly hills hills to the screams, of ?1 «;.> auu eric«*. Alter tl ■ t roup** sadly w en Hut«* iv Bum. f* by our >1 worth. U hen th pan;, had retire<l, Nam and I with each other and laid plans ftituie v\ hicli se« i-*i***i very br Viter numerous hund-shakes of can- gratu-at ;«»iis. 1 ncght say we threw hompiets a* each other, -we separated for ttie night, each oivupying a large «iti.ee chair near tin* stove. ■unti, «upc. ! hr t b birmane«* th wav hack t« • pcr- i«iw e«i CilUJ s s 11 ! t* d u* tin* i ia ri t.