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PLAYS ' BOURGET REFUSES exception of two or three characters who appear only momentarily, at the INNEW YORK beginning the endin00 The PUBLIC HONORS ON scenes in between are played by a ON_XMAS NIGHT nmltitude of insects, butterflies, ants, LITERAI{Y JUBILEE] and other inhabitants of the crawling, creeping and flying worlds, and all a Character Study of these scenes are satires on the foibles Plans for Celebration ..... Made By Col- Englanders, Wins Suc- A leagues Have to Be Aband@ned. and follies of men and women. I good deal is very petty and obvious[ -------- satire, but the scene in which the war / By M. Massant l}Y'Michael Williams i spirit is portrayed ix written with pas- / (Paris Correspondent, N. C W. C. for N. C. W. C. News [ sion and acted and produced with News Service) Service) thrilling intensity. Whatever may be] irk, Dec. 27.--Productions the permanent )praisal, as drana, of "The World We Live In," "R. U. each other in New York l R.,, Pree that it would require "Six Characters in Search of an "f critics really to keep Authr''' and similar experiment.ql up to date concerning newt their effect on the American stage is md revivals. On Christmas likely to be stimulating, and benefl- ea2nllc, there were eight cia] so far as stage-craft is concerned. in Christmas week twelve There are scenic effects produced by When an observer can means of htntern slides casting pic- the drama once a tures on backgrounds that are revo- mPssible to be strictly lutionary in their break with ordinary ,eous m his reports. That[ methods, but whict are justified by Present chronicler is oblig- I their, extraordinary beauty and effect- about plays, at times, long ]veness. have appeared. It take, I trte rounds. However, as EAST INDIAN SAI,ESIAN are for the benefit (at I ORI)AINEI) PRIEST hopes they bene- outside of New (By N. C. \\;V C. News Service) Will at least precede the Rome, Dec. 22.--The Salesan Con-! the attention of gregation in Rome has had occasion I for rejoicing wimu Paolo Mariaselvam, for example, has the lirst lmdian student the Salesansi nce the early part of have given to the Church. was or- season, and will run for a l dained priest. The Salesians have m judge by the audi- India two floul'ishing colleges, one at crowd the Little l Tanjo re, the other at Meliapore, an(1 etrh Ma*dge l(emmdy is[ a promising mission in Assam. Paolo als amusing comedy by Mariaselvam was sent to Italy by the olleg(, of renjore to complete his re- an American dramat- I C  ' " Year" proved such ligious training and studies. 'aeason. Craven is one of He went through his novitiate at playwrights v/hose. Genzano, near Rome, and the Theolog- the supremacy in ical course in the "Semmario Mag'- OVerseas writers whose giore di S. Giovanni in Laterano." He ost part, dominates was ordained priest by His Eminence I Productions. ' Cardinal Basilio Pompl, Vicar-Gen-] Plus Comicality. I era] to His Holiness, in the Chapel of! localism is util- the Seminary. ay Mary E. Wilkins or The celebration of the first Mass might have era- in the little Church of the Sacred striking character- Heart was a most touching ceremony. provides the The rector, Salvatore Rotolo, in his Play. It is realism speech, explained the universal chaz  the comical element, acter of the Church and the mission aid on pretty thickly of Jesus Christ who loved and re- expense of probabil- I deemed mankind without distinction Part, too, it is the l of races, and who finds even in the and the least lov- I remotest parts of the woEd souls who England that are I knowing Him, love and follow Him. fun and the pal- m .... Y of no much of the re.tty evident, the well ell be accused of mis- er, rather, of empha- by ignoring the is well known realists.,, There are and most amus- the piece and when the road it will while as enter- Who relish good ng and clever dia- iag from Shakespeare ore than twenty has scored hear- .,.;,. ich he has mount- Merchant of the other David, akes a great success of Shylock. With perhaps the SUccess of his ca- and with Walter tag lqis place as the of Shakespeare] ns in a Brooklm u,, ]thel Barrymore ' Promising pre- New York is in ng like a renais- Avon. classic calot yet .... i: in the rood- and expert- . - very much to the .. Players have version of a by Scholom that even the critics who spe- of everything ventional and con- consideration by it. It Outside of New "Little Theatre" it is seen the however, "insect We Live In," the Czecho- story is to a great on the may be differ- For it must that the cos- ork audiences, throngs that thea- ss of prediction of theatrical Telephone 343 at large ex - Live In." In" has only the THE GUARDIAN Sixty-seven Paris, Dec. 22.--The plans formed I to celebrate the literary jubilee of Paul Bourget, one of the greatest modern writers, will not be carried out. Paul Bourget himself, with char- acteristic modesty, had declined the honor which his contemporaries (te- sired to pay him. It is exactly fifty years since Paul ' Bourget, then 20 years old, published his first essay, "le Roman d'Amour de Spinoza," in a small rewew. The t ' Academician of Henr:v Bordeaux re- cently mentioned this fact in a news- paper article and pointed out that this anniversary coincides with the ap- pomtment of Paul Bourget by the French Academy to the post of Con- servator of the Museum of Chantilly. As soon as this became known, many writers proceeded to sen(] messages of homage and admiration for the mag- nificent career of the Master. The colleagues of Bourget in the French Academy, the members of the insti- tute. the occupants of the highest chairs of science, literary critics and' nmny others, agreed in the statement that the juhilee should tie marked by a public manifestation, such as a sol- emn memorial sessh)n, or a banquet atended by all the famous people of tim country. M. [teary Bordeaux, who had been the lirs one to speak of such a project .was delegated to approach the great writer and inform him of the @sire of his colleagues, disciplesmd admirers. He has just published the answer of Paul Bourget: "You do not know how odious such an affair would be to me. and how painful it would be for me to appear in public in this attitude of triumph. ] am ounting on leaving soon for Costebelle, not to return until spring and my jubilee will be spent at work, which is a true feast for us writers. You will realize, when you have reach- ed my age, that the time which re- mains seems measured, and how mis- erly one becomes in gard to these ISAAC DREYFUS COMPANY Everything Wearable 126 to 128 Main Street 113 to 117 West Second Avenue PINE BLUFF, ARK. Drink CHERO-COLA There's None So Good CHERO-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY Pine Bluff, Arkansas ROSENZWEIG'S DEPARTMENT STORE OUTFITTERS FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN 321 Main Street, 109 to 115 East Third Ave. d 'r t -I -i counted hours which precede the night when one oan no longer work." While respecting the wishes of the fanmus writer, M. Henry Bordeaux in making this reply public, states that there is still hope of rendering a fit- ting tribute to M. Bourget in the com- ing spring. FRANCISCAN CHAPTER IS HELD IN CHICAGO (By N. C. W. C. News Sewice) St. LouiS, Mo., Dec. 29.--The Rev. Martin Strub, 0. F. M., of thin city, Provincial, presided at the semi-an- nual chapter of the Franciscan fath- ers of the St. Louis province which opened in Chicago on Thursday. He was accompanied from this city by the Rev. Roger Middendorf, O. F. hi., custos of the province, an office equi,v- aIent to vice-provincial. The four definitors of the province also attend- ed They are the Rev. Titus Hugger, O. F. M., a mis,donary; Optatus Loeg- gler, O. F. M., of Quincy, Ill.; Hiler Kieserling, O. F. M., of Chicago, and John ]],-, O. F. M., of 'I'cmtopohs,' Ill. Some changes or transfers were de- tl* cided upon, to fill vacaraues, which will be announced later. CRI,,ASE IN STUI)ENTS AT PARIS INSTITUT (By N C W C News Service) Paris, Dec. 22 .... 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