Louise Rutter 1917
, I I CRIED HERSELF INTO JOB Louise Rutter's Tears First Aids to Stage Career. One of Louise Rutter's most effective Bancs in "Turn to the night" at the Gaiety Is that in which sho softly cries while Joe Bascom (Forrest Winant) I tells his childhood sweetheart of bis failure In life's battle. "And every time 1 cry- n that seene.' sas the r. Miss Ruttor, "I h; thai e my II the St y yot search of a trial, but every time : man aster snok to mr I was so fritchi onrd that I couldn't prosent my ca.-n ; with some sort of an apology. I "Finally I reaebed the office of Kirk j La Shells. I knew ho was engaging a company for 'The Heir to the ' HooraW but I sat in a corner of his '. La Mr, i Slvi sobbed out my story of disappointment, i He listened in sympathy, promised to (five me a chance some day and sont mr awav fsmilmc Sure enouirh he . 1 1 . 1 send for me. and I toured In 'The Heir to the Hoorah. Miss Putter, who Is a Baltimore girl. was aft'rwnrd seen in 'The Man of Ihe Hour." 'The Devil." "Sins of Soft ietv." "Know Thy.-clf." "The Passers I Rv": as lending woman with William .Gillette, and in "Moloch" The Gaiety celebrates the 300th per-munilng 1 formance of "Turn to the Light'' ' Ifcurstfay n.lghj. .