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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER la, Igo;.
THE MOKNING ASTOHIAN, ASTORIA, OHEGON.
Tlrod Norvouo Wdmon
Wlako Unhappy Homoo
MRS. NELLIE MAKHAM MRS.GEaA.MME3
A mhimi Irvtt-tiU wifflU. nttaa OB
tk verge of hysterics, Is a sour of
misery to everyone who comes and
tier IdAmom, and unhappy end mls
arable herself . ,
a.h ammi nnl nnlv MH hua
bands from born but art wholly unfit
to rovera ehlldrtn.
111 nf mmM sat Ilk ft in
broad upon the nerves, consequently
-..--.l.a f tkl MlMMIl IWtlKb
tloft, nervous "dsapondeaoy, b a
"Maea", sleeplessness, ftod nervous
lrrlUellltv of voo eriae from aocM
Do you ecporleaoe fltt of depression
with rosttessaese alteraatuf with as
Irwi Irritability Do yo f
trompaJas to tka nbdomloal rofton,
faMfik llMBlMnOM, ftftd almost
oeohauslly oroas ftad naopyf If ,
mi u m AlttMl asm
iltloa ad yon aro throataaad with
aamu prottrattPB.; -
Proof b monumental that nethinf
hi tho world to bolter for sfwi
IrovMM of woman tha Lydift B
rtakhem'e Vefetablo Cowpwi,
ro from tut roota aad kerbs,
lboaeeadaasd thousands of woman
Si, Baffklo, WTT., irHfife-
' . Lrdia B. Plakham's Vegetable Compound, made from mMt roota mi
ftorbaT oonlalne ao nux.otlo.or harmfm I tan and today bold tbareoord fc
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world Im over known, aad tbooaoada of yolaatarj tortlmoaUto 1 aro on
tU ta taa laboratory at Lynn, Una- which tastily to IU wonderful value.
LydU L flikli-'i TeittaMe CmpocUi t Vtwui'i Remedy f Wfnet'iBa,
and my family dtmlrtd. of my re
rbyttataae nUNHW 1
to trr Lvdie I. re
iwom-4 La tWw Tw1(v
Vft-bl Compwnd mil want to taU m
tUtltbM onMnriy oarwl m 1 mi n
it tbt 8mrt BMdiciM on wrth and I am
NoommMdlnf It to all my frlwdi aad
) Mm. Ooo. A. Barnes, ft Ufa loaf
mldaatof rradoala, M. T,,wrltMt
4wilBaiwrlWy ran dowa owidiM-a
oad had tvirroui prtftnom mmtibf
fatetrobkmftM afaM w&
eauarw wn noro. .
dlMoa worfcod oa my aarwa and I waa too
Htablt and mtowabla, I had M.manT
wttftout iwwng maaan
iU aadatwBfJu II
Woaw aaflattef froaaaoy form of
farnala waaknon aro laiiUd to
oammaaloata atompUy arlth Kra.
PUkham, atLyaa, kfaaa. From, tho
aymatoma ffifoa, Ua trooblo may ba
looaiad aad tha oatakatt aad aaroat
wayofraooraryadrUod. Oat of bar
vaat Tolamo ofaipariaaaa la troatlaf
LlUaWiaota that wtii ball
yoar oaaa. Bar adflo la frot aal
NEW VORK .Nov, lO.-Aurel B
tony I, who, a little mow Uin two yan
go, ntarrH Mr. Uurku Rkhe, daugh
ter of Frank Work, and who w acpa
ratod from her Unt (iimutr, w In
Newport,. R. I., yilr4y, awonllng to
pclsl (rittliot from that plc, and
ndavorctl to got an Interview with hit
wife, but failed. Mr. Baton vl li quoted
at "aylng that What brought aliena
tion tultt agnlnut Mr, Work and other
relative of bU wife, aggregating
000.000, i -,......,. J.:, '
Oaadag Proa Tatal
Many men and women eatoh eolda at
dance which tarmlnat la pneumonia
and eontumptlon. AfUr eipotura, It
rolaya Honey and Tar la taken it will
break np a oold and no aerloua reeulta
tad ba feared. Rafutt any but tha
genuine In a yollow package. T. F.
Laurln, Owl Drug 6 tor a.
' ' Tha Haw Par Food and Drag Law.
' Wa art pleated to announca that
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ahould remember' that Foley's Kidney
Cur will cure any oaaa of kidney or
bladder trouble that to not beyond the
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NEW YORK, Nov. 10. Mia Uurenoe
Alma-Talema, daughter of Sir Laurence
Alma Tadrma, the Anglo-DuUh artiat.
who painting on claaelo aubjecta have
made blm famoui, haa Just arrived here
front London; She la tha author of lev
eral novel, among them "Loe'a Martyr,"
and "The Wing of Icaru," book of
fMay, poenia and four playi. She will
lecture here, particularly befor women'a
clubt, and give reading from her own
work. She aaya that one of her ob
ject la fh ahow American women what
bapplneai 1 and how to find it. Thl
la her flrit vlalt to America, but the
doe not Intend to "write p" the coun
try on her return to England. '
Biliouineet tad Conatlpatlon.
For yaara I waa troubled with bilioua
neaa and oonatlpatlon, which mad Uf
mtoenhlt for me. My appetlU failed
me. I loit my uaual fore and vitality.
Fepala preparation aad cathartic only
made matter wort. I do not know
where I ahould have been today had I
not tried ChamberUln'e 8tomach and
liver Tablet The tableta roUeve the
ill feeling at once, atrtngthen the dig'
tlv function, helping the ytem to
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Pneumonia Follows a Cold.
But never follows the ua of Foley's
Honey and Tar. It stop tha cough,
beala and atrcngthen tho lung and
prevents pneumonia, T. F. Laurln, Owl
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MP OF THEATRE
Retirement of Klaw A Erlanger
TROUBLE IN HACKETT MENAGE
Whiiptrs Thst All to Not Well In ths
Actor's HomeTheatrical Separation
Prove Dlaastroua Mrs. Pat Campbell,
Daughter, Son and Poodle Arrive.
NEW VORK, Nov. 19,-Tbe all-ab-aorblng
toiilo of the theatrical hour 1
the withdrawal of the Klaw A Erlanger
force from the vaudeville war. The
battle that ha been raging for aeveral
montha ha been fierce, and both K. A
K. and the United Booking Office have
1ot ten of thousand of dollar. Those
who know the lnld of thia bitter fight
claim that Klaw A Erlanger hare
been losing over $40,000 a week, end It
would aeera to be true, for while that
firm aparod no pain or expenae to eor
ner the vaudeville market, ettll their
house were not. ao well patronized a
the Keith A Proctor house, nor were the
bill anything like aa good.
It hae proved a great triumph foe the
Keith. Proctor- William- lUmmeretein
contingent, and although they have as
umed three millions debt to be paid
Klaw1 k Erlanger within 10 years, tbey
will loee no aleep over that, for with ua
dUputed. right of way In the vaudeville
field, that amount of money will be a
mere bagatelle. ,
The ending of this brings grief to
the heart of ths actor in vaudeville.
Competition la ever the life of trade, and
during thia fight actor have drawing
fabuloua aalariea, which now will fall to
their normal else; It mean more than
ever that hereafter aa act mutt make
good on Its merit. The New York Thea
tre which opened In August aa the mo
then houae of "Advanced Vaudeville"
will reatime it original policy in the
legitimate line, thu resting it oppoti
tioa to the Victoria, where under the
tplendid management of William Ham
mereteln, the very beat vaudeville bill
in New York "etanda them up" twice a
day, rain or thine.
Denpite the vigoroue denial of both
.lame K. Ilackett and hi, fair wife.
Mary Mannerlng, that there la a rift
within the lute in the Hackett menage,
S little blitl that baa been nettling near
the crib of the Infant Hackett telle me
that the rift la a very teriou one, and
that a separation between jthce two
clever and delightful people la Imminent.
This seema a pity, aa that young couple
seemed alwaye to be mated a well a
married. s 1 : ?
The theatrical teparation demanded
when two people who are one In private
Hfe agree to atar alone (claiming that
there I more money in two atar than
one) usually proved dlatroua ao far
at the affection of the pcrtont
are concerned. No couple on the
stage could have been more madly in love
with one another than K. II. Sot hern
and Virginia Harned, and yet their path
professionally and otherwise lie wide
apart at the present moment. N. C.
Ooodwin and hie beautiful wife, Maxlno,
who parted professionally in order to
bring more ducat into tho Goodwin ex
chequer, seem to have really drifted
apart. Rose Stahl, who waa for years
was hsppily married to Win. Bonclli in
tho duy bei'ore she became "The1 Chorus
Lady," hn ayived to disagree with that
actor, who la now Miss Mary Maminer
Ing'a leading man. And ao it goes!
The glamor) of the stage, with Hi
playa of ardent love and hate and desire,
I not conducive to married happiness
for any great length of time, It will
soon become the fashion, when actors
marry to insist upon the clergyman put
ting tho customary "wo weeks, clause"
In the contract. This would do awav
with tho odious and expensive divorce.
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skores, the etreet piano should continue
to play, "The Campbells are coming."
Virtue is its only reward! Lo, Phoebe
Devise I to be rewarded for her years
of Anna-Moore in "Way down East".
Several thousand time has she been
driven out into the paper snowstorm
by the puritanical squire; but now that
is all over, and Miss Davlea will lend
her sweet, gentle personality to a new
play of Western life. The play will
ba produced by her clever husband.
Joseph R. Griimer, the man who made
'The Man of the Hour" auch an over
whelming auccest by hie flawless stage
The street pianos are grinding out
the familiar1 strains of "The Campbells
coming, hurrah! hurrah!" iu honor of
the advent of the distinguished Mrs.
Patrick Campbell. She will honor New
York with only one week of her fasci
nating self, during which time we will
njjnin revel in the morbid heroines of
"The Second! Mrs. Tanquoray," "Magda,"
"The Notorious Mrs. Ebbsmith" and Ib
sen's catticst woman, "Hedda Gabler."
Mvs. Pat .has brought with her her
charming daughter, who will act with
mamma, her aon Allan Urquhart Camp
bell, who will escort Mamma through
"the wild and woolly west," and last,
but not least, Pinky Panky i Poo, who
for seventeen years hae guarded. hi mis
tress from rude reporters by snapping
at them whenever they or other mei
men seek to catch a glimpse of her
raven locks. It is therefore fitting that
with this extensive family party on our
Up on forty fourth street at the Berk
ley Theatre the small and select com
pany of players are preying: "Give us
thlt day our Daly Bread" (omitting, the
I and yet how- can one tpeak or think
of Arnold Daly without using. I) for It
seems to. be a hand to mouth existence
this courageous company 1 leading.
The American publio is not yet trained
ua to a Theatre. Antoine such as Mr.
Daly, with commendable ambition, baa
tried to establish Still, he should not
be discouraged for Antoine himself had
a very uphill road to travel in Paris be
fore he reached the goal, and Mr. Daly
is young and energetic.
In London and Paris a theatre de
voted to the one act play succeeds be
cause London and Paris are cities of
late dining, and parties prefer to drift
into a theatre at ten o'clock and see
one or two short play than to spend
an entire evening at a play-house. But
in New York, where the tremendous
crowds of amusement seekers consist of
out of towners who wish to dine at six
o'clock, the play that begins at eight
and ends at midnight is the play fopj
them. Whether Arnold Daly fails or
succeeds, he deserve great praise for
his courage in daring to do the thing
which most people said would fail. If
Daly will take my advice he will pro
duce Bernard Shaw's ''The Doctor's
Dilemma" which I saw in London, and
in which the part of the young artist
would suit him better than any role I
have seen him play in several years.
And what a really clever- play "The
Doctor's Dilemma" isl It is the bright
est satire on the medical profession the
stage ha ever seen. v
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