John CABOURN mentioned as actor in New York 22 Apr 1905

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ann nnru innnn nnnnnnnn nnnnnhnnnnnnnj mi rvnnnrtnnninruutrLruunnk I LeanderRichardsons Letter f n u nnnnJUVl1 U Special Correspondence In YOUK April 8So emphatic Alrll NEW IQS the success scored hy Thompson Dundys now amusement venture the Hippodrome Hippodrome tilt before the Ilrst nights performance performance wiu threeuarlers over Ibesu enierprlsliig gentleman hud decided decided to install a Mmllar Institution In each of Ihl lug cIties of the country Iloiton tuba go Philadelphia and Ual I lot 0 tO lie ye niready been decided upon and other titles may be Included In their 1111 before they I Iii Isli The most surprhiliiK fetttuie of the successor successor t lie 1 hiodio tie Is the fact that although although the top price rO down stairs Is only one dollar yet society has gone to It strong Ninety pur celt of the men on thi > ground lloor are In evening evening these ut every night performance uul tie 10111 tlm women wear nru ilieutns or delight from the inodltttis point of vIew fits critics of this city went title raptureii over the Hippo diome tin most inircastlc and hardont to please leotlng two full columns to telling whut I great man Krederlu TlioinpiKiii ix ninl what a great thing ho Ima 011 for New York The house was of i inline mild out for tho lust night dijH before the doors opened and since thru It halt ben 1 case of en put Ity oviT Mutt l A Yankee Circus on 1111 a KI cat bullet spectacle An lersomlllo Mtudevllb eu uest rio tat tat irts 1111111111 leap for life never hast hast ii 11 111 II hil presented at ono Il to Itl 1111111 The Hippodrome littit i apt n icd NVw Yoik and will cit hitu mo icr > ny In which Thompson it Uundy dedilc to build OHM The pedal offerIng of the week was miidu u tn Emut p1 rim on Wednesday night Ih1 eiiiuleit Frohinan pro sentiM Muu lent Pest and her London rompnui In tier great success of the London sitiiii file Freedom of Su nnnc The feiilure of the engagement engagement 1 In the fact that Mr Froh lal bii bioight oor II Tempest 1111 her Millie company for four week only At the end of that time the company company will return to London und re Hume their run there The lreedol of Suznnnc IN 1 dashing Comedy by Cosmo iordon Ltinox and It give Miss Tempilit I new role that 111 bur I perfectly nnd which hM proven a striking novelty I baa been playing to crowded houses at the Criterion In London ever sInce the flmt of last September The story of the comedy opens In Curzon street where Charles Trevor Is waiting for his vagrant Huannne Ho Is surrounded liy a small crowd of friends and relatlniis who will attempt to exnife his wife absence Lady Iharlotto Trevors mother and Fltz io > Harding attack und defend Suzanne Suzanne by turn until she appears herself herself to explain A series of nocturnal adventures only consistent with the most Impudent Innocence are narrated Cab drives with casual acquaintances und H Html farcical earupe from a com piomlsing visit to u Hat form her ser data of her frolic The fimlly Icavn In disgust taut tho husband surprises ruuuinnrvn aruxnnRfin ruinnnnnn tUb her by Instant forgiveness nnd nt tempts to stall alt with kindness her passion for freedom Suzanne however however picks u quarrol with him nnd goads him Into suing for n divorce In the nine months ensuing between acts one nnd two Suzanne reforms A chance meeting with her husband nut tlccH to Implant all the wifely virtue She pursues him by motor a nib a cr1 yes II his flat at midnight mudstained hit faithful The reconciliation Is nf feeted The cast Includes Allen Aynesworth who originated tho part of Trevor In London Charles Sugden John Cabourn Vcrnon Stoele H W Tarver Hilda Thorpe Henrietta Cow en Hentrlce Heckley Aille Hurt lentrlre HIckle 111t Minnie Minnie CJrlllln Frank Andrews S S SAt SAt the new Amsterdam theater on Monday night this allstar production of Oliver Ooldsmlths She Stoops to Conquer Will prenented nndor the direction direction of Uebler I Co Klenuor Hob soil and ICyile IJellew had the lOl It1 Bple hld loading roles plavltit Kate HnnlcaiKle and Young Marlou Amlvtltig them were Mrs Charles Culvert who In to the Kimllsh stage what the late Mrg CI hell wits to the American Isabel Ir ving Louis James Sidney Drew J K Dodson Frank Mills and Arnold Daly Miss Ilobsonn Kate Mnrlow wits n delight to the eye nnd car Mrs Culvert was given II warm welcome hl111 played II this country before with Mr Uingtry Mary Anderson nut Kdwln hoot The t roil lirt lii I W8 warmly prnUed and Is deserving of nil the good things said of f A new play by Willis Steel entitled The Firm o Cunningham had Its j premier nt tlio Madlton Square theater on Monday night with Kutherlne drey 1 In the leading role She plays Dora Calvert I young and unconventlonil I wife who doe risky things merely for the excitement they produce She hll a young sister just from Vaasar who In satisfied thai life Is an unsealed book to her I Is a fair comedy but It i wont set the World on fire nor the whole country laughing Others In the I cast are Hllln SnongWilliam Harcourt William Lamp Kmlly Wakcman Hen rv ttergmnn Jenneitr > Albert and Charles llutler S SAt SAt the Lyceum theater Mrs let llngwelln hoots will ay farewell to the metropolis In mother week It has played to crowded IIOIIMH for I 100 performances at the Lyceum and this in addition to the long run I had at the Savoy before going there On May 1 Ethel Uarrymore will move Into the t vretv with HenrlkIbvtnn pin I A Dolls House In which the will i portray Norah Wil i Mrs Leslie Carters triumphant mn I at I hI Helnnoo seems entirely unaffected by Lent or even Holy Week the houne being packed at every performance She has now played Adrii over Uf times The artistic beauty SOil grandeur of the work marks the greatest advance Mr IVlasco has made In his productions Counties requests for extra mldweak mntlncps have ben made to Mr Kelas co but tho put la so cxa ting and knows bachelor mother seen to whom lllrtntlon promptly colonel on young 11 lIce to go chambers then the demand on time compromising xnnl nf agreed butt thai young mauds with there bachelor IIH llHforo parents board lances burlenquu n serious suddenly In we claw Irnm Kiddy BITS narrowly down played friend author seriously Anywny to try least wholly glvos keep kindly of Alice success more Teiry beauty Vnnbrngh rif tbn itt oat haiti Ilnrrle for vlded Pauline Columbine hlntI I Henry his eldest The fit rec good painstaking showy sometimes When It be given nmlmUlon Hamlet result have unhesitatingly great night actor

Clipped from Deseret Evening News22 Apr 1905, SatPage 16

Deseret Evening News (Salt Lake City, Utah)22 Apr 1905, SatPage 16
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