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She es- sayed a vaudeville tour in 1908, pre- senting an attractive pianologue act, which continued until her engagement as Gwendolyn in The Newlyweds, first presented Baker O. 1, 1911, when she again returned to vaudeville, presenting an original head- line feature 1911-12. 8, 1900; title role in Caleb West, Manhattan, New York, Sept. of Mus., Dresden, Where he had gone to study, 1885. and The- atrical Exhibition and Indianapolis May Mus.

Appeared as Madame Leontine in The Man From Cook's, New Amsterdam, New York, Mar. Powers in Two Little Brides, Casino, New York, Apr. Von Trautwein in The June Bride, Har- manus Bleecker Hall, Albany, Sept. 6, 1900; as Prince Metternich, with Maude Adams, in L'Aiglon, Knickerbocker, New York, Oct.

School, 1868; student of Julius Eichberg, Boston Con. N., afterwards a clergyman In the Church of England, in Canada. 9, 1908, later presenting at this house Diana of Dobson's, The Sway Boat and The Earth.

was received at Royal Acad, of Mus., and it was not until Ellen Terry recommended to her a life on the dram, stage rather than one of mus. Dane's Defense, Chance the Idol, and The Mummy and the Humming Bird, Wyndham's, 1900; appeared with Henry Irving in Dante, Drury Lane, with Beerbohm Tree in The Resurrection, His Majesty's, and in principal role The Darling of the Gods, 1903-04; created title role Leah Klesch- na, Wyndham's, 1904-05; assumed man- agement Savoy, London, 1905-06, pre- senting The Bond of Ninon and her most successful play, The Shulamite, appearing in the latter as Deborah Krillet at Lyric, New York, Oct. Appeared as Alga Mitruny in The Undercurrent, in Chi- cago, 1907, after which she returned to London and leased the Kingsway, which she opened with Irene Wycher- ley, Oct. 1911, and appeared as Judith Zaraine in play by same name, Astor, New York, Jan.

25, 1906; appeared as Noblewoman in The Little Michus, Garden, New York, Feb. 10, 1896; and at same playhouse with same actor as Count de Cluny in The Fool of For- tune, Nov.

8, 1907; as Trinkette in The Snow- man, Majestic, Boston, Apr. 1, 1896; appeared later as James Stapleton in Shall We Forgive Her?

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39 Bergere, Ouida 39 Bergere, Valerie 39 Bernhardt, Sarah 40- Bernstein, Eugene 42 Berwald, William 42 Bettelheim, Edwin S. Fiske as Raoul Berton in Leah Kleschna, as Count Choteau de Rohan in The Rose, as D'Anceler in The Eyes of the Heart, as Ulric Brendel in Rosmers- holm, as Sir William in The New York Idea and as Assessor Brack in Hedda Gabler, 1904-07.

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She was next seen and heard as The Countess with Eddie Foy in The Orchid, Herald Square, New York, June 3, 1907, and later succeeded Trixie Fri- ganza as Caroline Vokins in same play, appearing in this principal role with great success for 18 months. 22, 1910, which engagement was con- tinued until the summer of next year when she returned to vaudeville for a brief period, creating role of Zoe Joy- ant in The Red Rose and playing In premiere in Philadelphia, later Boston and at Globe, New York, June 22, 1911, which role she played until Dec. Starred in Zorah, from his own pen, 1899; appeared as Earl of Burford in Hearts are Trumps, Garden, New York, Feb. 1886-88; American Compos- ers Concerts in Europe, 1890-92; Amer- ican Composers Concerts at Vien- na International Mus. 57 Busch, Carl 58 Butler, Vernon 58 Butler, Nellie 58 Bynner, Witter 58 Byrne, Francis 58 Byron, Oliver Doud 59 C Cadman, Ethel 59 Cady, Calvin Brainerd.^ 59 Caine, Hall 59 Cairns, Clifford 60 Caldara, Orme 60 Calloway, Thomas Clanton 60 Calvert, Catherine 60 Cameron, Frances 60 Camp, John Spencer 61 Camp, Sheppard 61 Campbell, Craig 61 Campbell, Mrs. Prof, debut made as Neptune in Saved from the Sea, Ele- phant and Castle, London, Nov. He wrote, prod, and appeared in The Wild Rabbit, Wolverhampton, Eng., subsequently prod. He played many roles throughout England, and for two years at Vaudeville, London. Tanqueray, and Duke of Olperts in The Notorious Mrs. In many of his plays he has had the assistance of other writers, notably Winchell Smith, Rex Beach and Wilson Mizner. This was followed by her appearance in dual roles in Hoodman Blind, and the leading roles in The Still Alarm and The Burglar. Patrick 61 Carbone, Agostino 62 Carew, James 62 Carl, William Crane 62 Carle, Richard 62 Carr, Alexander 63 Carreno, Teresa 63 Carter, Ernest 63 Carter, Mrs. She then joined Charles Frohman's forces and became the leading lady in his stock co., playing the leading roles in Men and Women and The Girl I Left Behind Me. Anton Dvorak, and was by him appointed teacher of theory at Nat. Composed Ameri- can Plantation Dances, prod, at Madison Square Garden, New York, 1894, under auspices Dr.

She was next seen and heard as The Countess with Eddie Foy in The Orchid, Herald Square, New York, June 3, 1907, and later succeeded Trixie Fri- ganza as Caroline Vokins in same play, appearing in this principal role with great success for 18 months. 22, 1910, which engagement was con- tinued until the summer of next year when she returned to vaudeville for a brief period, creating role of Zoe Joy- ant in The Red Rose and playing In premiere in Philadelphia, later Boston and at Globe, New York, June 22, 1911, which role she played until Dec. Starred in Zorah, from his own pen, 1899; appeared as Earl of Burford in Hearts are Trumps, Garden, New York, Feb. 1886-88; American Compos- ers Concerts in Europe, 1890-92; Amer- ican Composers Concerts at Vien- na International Mus.

57 Busch, Carl 58 Butler, Vernon 58 Butler, Nellie 58 Bynner, Witter 58 Byrne, Francis 58 Byron, Oliver Doud 59 C Cadman, Ethel 59 Cady, Calvin Brainerd.^ 59 Caine, Hall 59 Cairns, Clifford 60 Caldara, Orme 60 Calloway, Thomas Clanton 60 Calvert, Catherine 60 Cameron, Frances 60 Camp, John Spencer 61 Camp, Sheppard 61 Campbell, Craig 61 Campbell, Mrs. Prof, debut made as Neptune in Saved from the Sea, Ele- phant and Castle, London, Nov. He wrote, prod, and appeared in The Wild Rabbit, Wolverhampton, Eng., subsequently prod. He played many roles throughout England, and for two years at Vaudeville, London. Tanqueray, and Duke of Olperts in The Notorious Mrs. In many of his plays he has had the assistance of other writers, notably Winchell Smith, Rex Beach and Wilson Mizner. This was followed by her appearance in dual roles in Hoodman Blind, and the leading roles in The Still Alarm and The Burglar.

Patrick 61 Carbone, Agostino 62 Carew, James 62 Carl, William Crane 62 Carle, Richard 62 Carr, Alexander 63 Carreno, Teresa 63 Carter, Ernest 63 Carter, Mrs. She then joined Charles Frohman's forces and became the leading lady in his stock co., playing the leading roles in Men and Women and The Girl I Left Behind Me.

Anton Dvorak, and was by him appointed teacher of theory at Nat.

Composed Ameri- can Plantation Dances, prod, at Madison Square Garden, New York, 1894, under auspices Dr.

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