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About The west shore. (Portland, Or.) 1875-1891 | View Entire Issue (May 3, 1890)
" Paul KVji r " ar, I ( I'f it th Marram to the Chateau Dclaroche, where Diane confer u
pnl j-t h. "lb l:!k Diamr.'U, tr the It fithr that Paul is her husband. Learning fr
M'!lj Mr'talr1 at (Vr lrij' th'!r havr lrn th the Marquis that he is dead, she thn cotwnti tol.
,Uftif.fi,f j,u i,it, come his wif On the way to the guillotine, cnirf
rover f dark nets, by changing his dress with an tl
MJ MuLt U)t h j I t . "Paul Ki'iTar" in Paul wrap-a, to become a colonel. He ia taken pri.
tU t' f Yntv, durir.j th- r-ign of otn rand brought before General Dclaroche. ThebriT-
lb fmafk.M ar.J family rpulir Itolnpirrre. rrr and courage of his bearing interest the general ia
lUut of itirulU a?il jr.turrMi-.n have aNari ln bin lha!f. On inquiry he learns that the abbeab)
itt hlrh U ufruj uUi hif mad th di- !wl--d him wane was his twin brother; he then giv
"f it f l uu uUrvtM.t to il,Hr on a lianlagr him his parol. While they are still talking the cUv
Kilj)-t,.r,t,, by ibM.nitirtofTrrlhave ran in surrounded by the revolutionists. Paul aili
lmif.t It, of U blvUt f nn.r, f trrarh-ry IMar. he to escajw by assuming his clothing. Dim,
markl in hi.W; It i. tt,,,., j-M.bntial her maid and the Marquis are captured by the Bo!
It...wt ra.t alr.J dpl; crn, th or- ih have sacked the house. Paul makes him!
rn,-M phj-r.M.uM.l a man "Mr. Il;d" known to the mob and thereby saves Diane from tba
.. tU w,,L,; l,,. , ,,t),jrl ,ritrfl outra, Tl0 TiIUj of lhe M . s unmMW
to ..I,.,,,. 7 h cty fnrr 1 n, l th, air. Th and the wrrtrh terminates his existence by stalbir,
U -f i. ,.U ,; ,, d,kr, of th, hirnlf. The inconsistencies are lost sight of in til
7i 7 "? '"M ' Url lnt""1 of the plot and the manly portrayal of Mr.
..'.1 11. J n , ,7 ' 'l J",h """M " IW K"" voice i. Cel.
Jul dXh;;: "lUft ,U U f uses lively in U
11... J fc . . . dramatic parts. In the last of the firnt act he ii
J"l: ; I J: "' i- eam ia an admirable bit ,
V.,, .h,. - . , ' ' M14r',,,,, il" 9W w nunnor on the stage is rasj an!
W....i,tr u d. ,M,d br r 7 7 ' rrfin.l ,nd int, l!ig,nt. Miss Linie Hechclle, as Diasf
M K.y,.r. . ,,fl ' , , r ';,f -Wtc, was earnest, but ha. 4
ih- MarJlM,' J" Vf ! . , ! Ur",,,lll"'' character. The attempted com-
t.n.M, U 1.1!. him p. , ,. ,,..ul t, u fIr , 4uI f'T,,,r ''"k- iWumont-Mr. Chan. Vandenhoff-
r to ur, la Li. I Li M1,,Urrr,, httlni of voice, so bad as to nak.
tu , i. U lU D.Ve to th' r,..:i -r.. I r ill I r ll7,Ur,intai,'K'il- Mr. RoUrt W. IWlt, u
b Cain ....,..ft , j,.,,, lc.1 My, ha. a very handsome stage prn
T'tuf. to a lin k ..iM ,u,-h , fi,,9Ul 7n! f,M' " ,,ainUkin with hi Pftrl-
i .ih u haw. r.,1(, wiuj, af u ' '
i tiMim.!,,,,, f.f) r t, (U fifc ' ' '"T' H in all. the stock company at Cordn;'.
1 -I h t r a MiUU, !,'. , ' HM'rti in "The IMack Diamonds, or the
I; tU Mat 4u . .f r,,h iU ttM ff ,u .'! :InI M'." more aptly than in anything llrj
'mt A ,tu, f.jJ(,, ,u ,laVf' " UTf ttn,,ptl in HnM tjm( Mif(i Km;c Til!ttj
Kaai.i.fy. lnl,:.inJ fr.,U.natthHr.i-,. "ltJ,t flrr,'t',,, " lhe U CilWe of m mUcb
lukr4 U t. tjt.rvt i,,4, aa, u Kltm,.f ft! ,!" T,tvlI' T-ire i. aUnr, plrawnt and shr u it
la., Paul at.l D n UUtt Un m.f,,. i T. , ',f,i5r1 !isoeUn. MUs Ullian Uwrrn-
bi. UWr, fMl ,.,u, fttiU u tn I rurtrirhl i. the lrt role .1 hu jettfij
M.u,. ;M..!,h,.wtfr,ar,d.,m,,m.:f !'mivrryprttty. Mr. Kreul
tUJ.ca,!, - wV.ui . . , rlJf lf rthM.artof Mark O'l)
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'vnlu.MUttcMit V.hertU.c,,ulWi NtC.(J(Uin at the Marfan, arJ