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TMJS JfiVJCNINO WU1LD, SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1912.
CENSOR'S FARCE I Chas. Hawtrey Tells of Problems
AND HAWTREY TO
STAY A MONTH
And Plays of the British Stage
"Dear Old Charlie" Is English
Actor's Strong Bid
;MEW GIRL IS IN TOWN.
Site's Blanche Ring's "Wall
f J Street Girl" and Is
Most Accomplished Eng
lish Comedian Declares
the Censor Is a Good
Thing for Manager and
Actor, but Says at Pres
ent There's a Dearth of
Good Plays Managers
Taking No Chances
With Unknown Players.
GRMlTiES I1AWTRKY Willi Mi In
km company begins a four weeks'
engagement at Maxtna Elliott's
MOatre on Monday night In "Dear Old
ttftaVUs,'' a farce adapted from the
lOh by Charles H. llrookfleld, who
I since ben appointed Play Ceneor of
"Dear Old 3iarMe" gives a
comprehenelve epitome of hit
whan, on the morning of hla mar-
llafe o Agnes Flahbourne. ha looka
through aemi letters arnt htm from the
Oateessed wife of Thomas Dumphle and
BY CHARLES DARNTOS.
F.YOM) doubt, that chair wan
originally designed for the
kitchen. Plain and simple, It
stood upon legs aa thin as they were
rigid. Its general outlines. In fact,
fliiggasted New England. I could
aee at a glance that It had never
felt the soft Influence of the uphol
terer. There was nothing Inviting
about It. Rut I'm dragging In this
upright, and consequently uncomfort
able, chair simply because an English
actor-manager set our little sceno
"The Judirei ae.it." announced Mr.
Charles Hawtrey, as he waved me Into
It with an May smile. Whereupon Mr.
sc w m-M. jslx awx jcx ar - h.i jblk J Ta "rw fji - ' v . : y -v
A ROMANCE OF BROADWA Y AND THE SAHARA
' that morning ulnars heenr I the edge
i of kef appetite, anl vet there was no
: craving n'latevrr
Writer was her mother? If she wo'iid
I only ''ome no, the cumulative doubts
' of ail three months should be ut Into
1 Ipeeoh. Thuy had treated her as ona
I Would treat a . tilld, It wis neither Jut
I nor Teutons) e. If not as a eMail hot
' II Mil thev dared 001 trust, then thy
lOarrrltl.t. Ill I. sr B!tlltrrtH Pi I I Knrtune never knew, lie aat In !? "f'al nf ul why "
eh.tr h.e SasM Uekarf ,,., he . I preasen n.r t.an.i. logainer laapvtawiu
BY HAROLD M'GRATH
L . I
I She pressed her eyes with a hand.
They ached dull, the dull pain of be
wilderment, which three days rerurrel
with frequency. A sense of time was
, lacking; for luncheon hour cams and
with Harare. I mat him In the IIQIIf
this morning. He said soma thfnfjw
wnirn you must answer.
"Horace And what has he
prav tell?" Her egpreselen
pit-aed without her being definitely . part but a certain Inqutstud
awnre of It. t his In Itself was n pui- traled her heart and areata:
ale. A Jaunt, such as she had taken bealner. What had the luve-lom
RtMOMM ok PUOMNNtl PViiPTIUM
t ..Ht .1 aMBki ia.i it I'aiii Kdm with i r ' '"Se no. i sri in g.ise. ncr nps cm
list puns., id ilmiKiiilaa a rteli i..m. ,nii.rirati i pr.'"e.-.l
ia mrrh.iiit n.ins.l l.t.ita.- I'e r. t . . t VIsrrnc-i i ,
Jonrs. Tlie (rang fntMisU d Hvinnr a iMaall , , , . . ,
dnatafM-. rJEM sal rllhan i. ni .i.irs neorge did nut see her at In i
sti't saoiulrr.. ami Mr. . ., U. .. Mr. ( Sr.l ' rnrisfilelltlv dhl lint rn.otf hl tliut
-... u.ua'.irr r.. ,,,,.,,.,:.,,,,,, . w. h I " II I.I SMe tflllle 1I.JV
t one nniaai ... . . . ..... B.
., , I ...I.I..I an ifiiiin itt'ii'i. jip , ,i.
i Itv.irmc. clever n" li a n. hud made
her whole attitude .m, K Ini -v 7"" ". "r n" "
said lo the child?
"He said that he was not a
and that you tolerated him becaula) a
ran errands for you. What kind Saf ar-
Mrs. Chad spya did not know
to ksngh or take the child by the
dera and shake her eoundly 'Hi WSw
laugldng when he said that.
one mnild scarcely call It that."
Wh.' did oii ienew the acqusiat
In leva with tier. Itianne haa ttnlrn
f ..ni 1 : . U I ri .i
ThJ .m'SS ,1'L.Z,:','!."IV. lol friend; mid by grsdntt.vis Usorgei
a aarml prarar rug or . ari.cl aenani a ' ilia fl.il 1 grcettM the stajof us one gf lltl n long
i iiinnira. ati".
with Mr Jones, n hen you knew I Hat fw
never In tend fd pa ng tak thai loaar'
II.... . atlsiM lre l'hdaa-
Win shoo d h' vonfeaa roallsasal from 11. e look of .de . hlld, that
am. Id not hear ealoti
What makes you mink I never !
United tn repsv h.m?"
Kortime l.iughe.t. It did not sound
no a 1 1 i n t. s'
....i I hlmi !f to he n r ig ie unlesa his mil i'
N-. 1 .. .I lh,. .,..11... ..f lila ,tl . t.ll.'ll' tf
i he iraa it rural, whv ahiiuld het IgOthsf
;tn! her uncle in ike use of him, 't not'
fur roguery's sake?
Thi v were fools, fools' tf they had
hut seen and understoml her sa she
tbo spouse of Habrlal Peploe. Tho el- i Charles Hawtrey threw blmaelf upon
set huohan.ls are Introduced and talk a loungo that suggeated all nhe com
aMlraly of their close friendship with forts of home. If you have seen this
lie, whose equanimity la aomewhat , ease-lovln,; actor In "A Message from
t when hla prospective motber-ln- I Mars," you ran Imagine him working
, km ., , I ... bill .1.. 1 I. ... U ...... . ...I. ,..
- " ' " """ ' 'ai .l.-r I...I.....I befiuarhl lh
Ham agataat Jnaea. Callahan BtaUttl tint Ilia cntiversatlon down tn Fortune. No, I Hi I was "lie wollio nave anne in ina mi-
iur la li iefii.1... i r. .mm. .! "rr vi-i... .h.i l,,,..,.. - h-r.i,.. . ,. uh ' lei inn Willi mem loyanv. wnn neaieii
Hiawif aaKi Mra. f'haflVnts f it Ki.. J ' .."." "'"" - - - ...
. hand. lh. awtliat feral...al rrltaia. II. h id got.n early to the basilars. Imubt . "V ejwa ... " '
stasia a rahlearam aldrwl lo jonia a i i. a all.. wa lutaehlaai at.inn aasaaathSM see, and In this had morally betraveii
rliut H?.7nln Oa vWrartls.'.; 1 had the trick of losing hcraelf t her. Ah. It mr.kled. and the IniWtlOl
SjSSfcTWwi Mr ChOdMOl aa. visiting i "fit grew from ,,tn to fury At that
theft, atoasnt know, thu an.t plant tn bus tha ! friends at Hhrphenrd's When did Mr. mnment. hud she known anything, sna
i'TIii,,r.?J''Vh.""b.Sr. '"li? ril J-'uea leave for Atn.'ilra? What I on 'ertalnly would have d'ni.un.ed them.
wV.Tni.'tJ h;H.7if 'IrT the morromr? The Major .look hla Of what ., so was loyally -Ince none of
antra, to rmnlali Hianne thmufli tit. ttrl. Ms. head rigaTI'tf istljf Tliere was i.n placn.thein soiiKbt It In her?
Kt'&Xri'" "k" for I The Major wis wiser than MtM
inunnrd lo Mrlnsii Jonas and pnShfi lo .i . (lao.-,rn called a csrrt.iKc dmtc about . when he apoke ..f the hundredth dan
lilsa, llehiatmed ajrreaa. pra'rai.hns tn IvoH nnm,, prlnctaral street, an. I Shopping dls-1 ger. the danger unforeseen, the danger
uuZVJSfm JS- mnMf "'''"Itrlcta. and used 1.1a ayes d!llr-nly; hut ;K line! which they ettuM make no
'. t was lovr'a loibor loat. Not even when i prcpiintllnn. And he would have bean
I he returned fit tea-time did he are her. first to aenae the Irony of It could he
CHAPTER XI. I Why hadn't ho known and not up? He I hnv seen Whirl this danger lay
(Coninuad I llOVlId have IllOWfl her the baBlani aivl Wh should they wish the pleaaant
J F L iniT1' n nun i a nrat iiiiian .1 ' rfiiu in... . .11 iik iiniii ..... ... 1 '.
MOnanitnea l.ailrjtl. fimlllar all i them than h. waste.) sin mid Ky.tnne with to Inveigle him Into
HKN Ueorge lolled out of bed ,day. totally Wilt OS. He hung nhout the tlie hands of tills man Mohammed' W is
It waa eleven. He bathe I 1 lo inrlng-mntn tin It was lima tn go tip 11 merely aeu-pre.. ert Mtans, nr
aavd draaaad and dres.i for dinner. To-night Iss .If Ming de.-i.er, more slnlrter" Think
!. -7?'": -"t-T thl god. had tumid .leor ie'. future , Why couldn't al.e think of something?
tent, rei-retlrs, of the morn- I na.B.s n(.r , Mlp ar,. (rf Ml,m he'll was only a HUM pl-aanre trip to
inn nouca re nan waa:i. . ,,,....,, ka ..tn ... the t'aim. thev had t dd her. and attain ane
Truth to tell he hadn't enji.yed aleep 1 opera awallov -tall, w hite vest, high col-1 had asked to go liOM they aemued will- I
so thoroughly In weeka. Ha set to liar and SjMta lawn crnvnt. opera I Intf enough. Ilut they had come to this
tf arrives tn high dudgeon and reads
anonymous letter which charges
Hwlth an entanglement with a mar
woman. Charlie knnwa that the
r has bean sent by Mrs. repine, but
ttnsla a way out of the predicament by
onfeselng that the statement Is true.
So had had an entanglement, hut It
Oeaaed with the death of the lady some ' followed by the
a months before. This explanation agal'ist a certain
atarfles the bride's mother, but Peploa'a
away at an "Interview." Off the atage,
as well aa on It. he takes things easily.
That's the secret of his charm.
To bring blm up to "he preaent mo
ment I havo only to any that Charles
Hawtrey Is growing gray gracefully,
aa In-lit Kngland'a most accomplished
SOBaSdlsn, He hsa come over this time
hue and cry raised
or now possibly un
certain. Mr. Brooktlehl who, since his
; work riddle, the room of Its clutter of Fedora and thln-eolril pump", ill those
'books and clothes and what-not. habiliments and deml-htiblllment s ip
I Might as well get the bulk of his pack- P"S."1 to mnke the man
hj. out of ft. way wht.e he .hough, J & S
hotel, when formerly they had always
put .ip at Shephriavrd's. And here again
the in. -it!. m. why
grateful in the rrtlthOT I ears.
"Mother, this Is a crisis. It can not aw
met by cnunter-iiueallnna nor By fMgs
anry. Tou know that you did not In
tend to ntv him. What 1 demand to
know is, why you epoke to htm again aa
affably, why you seemed ao
enter Info his good graces onca
Her mother pondered For ones aha
was really at a loaa. The unegpectUw
ness of this phase caught her off ks)r
balance Hhe saw one thing vividly. n
gretfuliy: she had mlaaed a valuable
point In the gams by not adjusting her
play tn the growth of die child. Ww
had. with that phenomenal euddenneea
which at 111 baffles the paychologurta,
etrpned nut nf girlhood Into woman
hood, all In a day. What, a fool aha
had been not to nave left the child at
"I am waiting." said Fortune. 'There
are mora 'tnestlnns: hut I want this one
answered f Iran."
"This I. pure Inaolenee "
"Insolence of a kind, yea."
"And I refuse to answer I have saaae
"Not so much, mother, as you had yao
t.rday You refuse to eaplalnf.
"A Leninist I"
"Then I shall Judge you without
mercy. Fortune rose, her eyes biasing
W.is It because Mr. Jones was ataylng t paaalonatelv. She caught her mother by
here? Htie lilted him. whit Utile she
I had seen of blm. I' " was cut or an
Why had he been tn auch a dreadful his trunk. He did not ruh hil eves. It j altogether different I orld thin that to
nurry to pun out: Cairo v. us Just now mni . .11 nsrsaaarri the thing h
t ie most delightful place ho Knew of. or ralh.r did not ate. was estab-
To leave behind the blue skies and warm .,,, ,,0j., n .ti.ialat. as pl.tlnly dn-
aunahlne. and to face Instead the bit- n, ,w, nn,, twn nr, ,,.
Ing winds and nortOiern snows, rather ThP ,.,,,,,, Yhlnrdcs hurt taken upon
uieiirriieu mm. lie jiiuseo. tt jia'.r o "taelf one of th
It W'ts gone
aasotrlons ar aroused, when, ck-klmr auaptatlon or lear t.10 t nsrne.
rp the tetter, he recognises hla wife's ,ne misfortune to he. ome the Plaj
handwriting. Charlie scoffs at the Idea. Censor of England.
at the same time abstracting a rot. APPEALED TO HAWTREY'S SENSE
from Mrs. Psploa which haa been ar- j OF HUMOR,
arsiad to tha lining of her husband's 1 aaked about the row over the play
feat. Ia Mr. Hawtrey's support will be I in Ixindon.
Eald tetslte. Mabel Tonge, Mnna Harrl- 1 "Q-r-r-r," gurgled Mr. Hawtrey, his
ao. E. Halman Clark. Charles B. I aense of humor rising to hla throat.
Vaughan and others. j He lounged upon his elbow and then
Blanche Ring, at the George M.
Cohan Theatre on Monday nlgtht. win
Introduce ' "Tha Wall Street dlrl," a
mMOfcal comedy by Margaret Mayo and
Edgar Selwyn The music la by Karl
brought himself up with a supreme ef
"It's like this." he explained. "I could
write a scathing denunciation of 'Dear
Old Charll".' or I could compose a
Hooohna and others. The story centers : charming UUlo Idyll sewing forth the
around Jemima Oreene. daughter of a 1 rare beauties of the play."
tfall street broker. When her father i It occurred to me that the world lost
t arns down a Nevada gold mining prop- ' a versatile dramatic critic when Mr.
oittlon Jemima has a hunoti " ajid Hnwtr,y b-came an actor, but I kept
aajfrom then on becomes, distinctly ! disturb Ills rest. He raised himself tipon
fomtolne. Among other.n wJUi Mtss ning , his elbow to make the Interesting state
wfH be Harry OHfoll. William P. Carle- ment:
top, Otaronco OUvor, Maude Knowlton. I -one thing Is certain the censorship
noronre unn-iey sna itoss ana ,n KnBiun(t wiii nJt be abolished. The
entire body of ai tor-managers, not to
After 22 Weeks
twenty-three weeks of opera, with moat ;U,"t'n h2f ,'M,, ',y'', fabulous protOtTpl,
of the Old artists retained and new , wenver Vortune Chedsoye was or
Hies to be engage,'. The repertory, aa tnlgll, Le (here wft, Ule j,!,.,.,!, couii- ;
" before, la likely to Include a much ', try.
larger share of Frcti ih opera. j He hadn't thought to c.ak ROT when
The companv goes to lloaton for t'.'.e sue was to leave, nor whither she was,
first hslf of next week. On Thursday , !" fLtP& 'hrln'" w"h w lrl "h;
and Friday It .. to glvo leirfonitMOH I ilJ'!!S S"fT. I
One of the Most Success
ful Years Ever Known,
With the Artistic Stand
ards Set High-"Or-
feo," in English in Con
cert Form To-Morrow
In Baltimore. Thrn It goes to Atlanta
for a week. After that tt will scatter
until next November.
A NfW DOUBLE BILL PROVES
A RELIEF PROM THE OLD ONE.
"Verslrgelt " -Inste.id of "Cavallerla"
and 'Tagllaccl" In tho double bill, at
the Metropolitan Opera House Isst night,
served to draw the fifth eapaelty
audlence of tbe week. Nothing like the
support of opera by the public In the
laat daya of the reason Is on record.
Just ask Mr. Hull at the door, who
haa more facts and figures at his finger
I ends In a minute than moat of ua have
I In a month. Happily Mr. Hull haa aur-
vlved many administrations, been faith
ful to each, and can refresh the memo
ries of all of us.
The performance waa worthy of the
ORTtTNR had Immediately re-
Itimi 1 from the baiaars. Ami
A kind of lorpOf blanketed he;
mind, usually so tsrttls and
scl.ve. For a time thl pro-
rather than disturbed htm. Oh, well
thla old planet waa neither ao deep nnr i
ao round aa It had once been. WViat 1
with ateamshlps and rallrnada, the so-1
. ailed four ends were drawn iloselv to
gether. He would ask her casually, as cess of evolutlutt of thougbj. w is denied
If It did not particularly matter. In Na- I her; she tried 10 think, hut there wns nn
pies It would be an easy matter to appalling lack of continuity, of broken
change h a hocking to New Tork. From I threads It was like one of those clr-
Naples to Mentone was only a niestlon cumfei latlal rullways: she tiavelle.l, but
or a few- hours. ani ,, .i anvnhire
It doesn't eeem possible. Uiorge, oil Ri antic hud told her too much for his
boy, does It? But It's true, and thnre's OWn kc.
By SYLVESTER RA WLING.
. KEEO," Claudlo Monte-
verde'i opera, produced In
1607, probably the first
Now featurea at th. Winter Garden mtmtlon other manager... Is In favor or
On Tuesday night will he Orete Wlc- It It Is a good thing for tle actor-
enthal. a famous Oerman dancer; manager. Without It he might produce
Km. mwtA Mnrrl. ...Mnlrl. .1. ....... - ...... 1. ., I ...... I 1. U I' I II I N and
S red tha "Texas Tommy Dancera." flMi d ,4t th some time nnd him- I to deserve the appellation according
,eif ai me raircy of any one who saw I to modern Ideas, la to be presented
m tLVJt I-!!' nt to make "'nr-lalnt before a mag- I , concert fopm at the Metropolitan
0. ruiney African Jungle Picture Iec- UiratP, ThN, of course, would mako a " "T7
ttrrea will be given at the Lyceum The- lot of troubi,, fJr ),i, That's the way Opera House to-morrow night. It
re. j matters stand in KnglanU to-day. Thl I will be sung In English to a text
opposition 10 tne cen.orsmp w translated from the original by
in a group of nu horn who write what
we call a.lv.mreu piuy.t j vaaotn . . . ...o
By raoundlng Mr. Hawtrey or tncatre- t0 he a Orst concession by Mr. Oattl
Igoors 1 pulled him off the loungt movement fnr nreaentlng on-
"l don t thltiK, he sa.u, pacing atowty i " -
up an i dow n the room, "that l-.ngHsu era In tho vernacular. The rumor
straw oooui me . , ,.., ,,. i..i.n .
... l.. ntlr.lv "-- i-"" wa.wa.jai "H"'
.Tohn Mason 1t "As a Man Thinks"
turns to the Manhattan Opera House.
The Grand Opera Houae will have ;
"Met Rich Quick Walllngford."
"Tha Bird of Paradise" will be seen
It the West End Theatre.
The stock company at the Academy theatregoers cart
er Music will give "l-retty I'eggy. censorship. Their
good are to be rung In English next sen-
ion. The principal characters In
Coras Payton s stock camps ny be- ,n .f,,.i.B what thr
etna on Monday a season at the People's Di.v a man and u buy may mak
IPL ... nn 111- llnm'... I. "All-- I . ........ . I . ... . . ,. . V. li
VaJontlns." ' I latTi for no ..the. purpoLte-bul their I "Orfeo" will be Impersonated Rita
"Phe Social Maids" come to the Co- ! outcry Is directed atialnsi the censor as Fornai Maria Duchene, Anna Case,
I jorbla. a:i Instltut.oti, not aga-msi ine i-.-n.tu u--.
"Tlta WaiM nf PteaAilre" will Jhm aeen nn Hllthor.
at tho Murray Hill Theitre. "This attitude was plainly shown
as the Impersonator of tho heroic
Hrunnhllde and the Imperious Isolds.
She was ably supvirted by that Incom
parable artist, OttO Qofltai the fntidnat-
Ing Bella Alten and UM VwMMtttl Albert
Kclss, who look tho part previously
playetl by Hermann Jndlowker. gone 10
Berlin, and added to his laurels. Marie
Mattfeld, Marcel Kelner and llasll Buys
tlael completed the cast of principal
ngrira. under the masterful direction
Alfred Hertz. The comedy of Leo
Mleeh was highly appreciated.
In "Pagllaccl, of course. Caruso car
ried oft the honors. He sang at his best
and was aa nffectlve na ever In his nc'-
ii. g llernlce de Paequnlt was Nedda
Henrietta Wakefield. Hermann Well,
Her bar) Wltherapoon an1 Baily
rry Hastings's B4g Show will be i the rot leptlon o;i the flr-'t night of o.itr , Rl.. rtapI .losef Paaternack will ron
,ttractkmatHurtlg..mon'.. OM Charlie.' NIno ou of ten . people
will 'be 'Tihe Trora-
At the Oiympl
'The Broadway Gaiety Olrls" will be
at Miner's Eighth Avenue Theatre.
"Miner's Americans" move to the Bronx
.Mabel Taliaferro, In 'Token on CrCd-
w -ninl rtt.Tv hv BlaVaiartl I'mt'e.
asha a ta the theatre 111 Hngiaoa tome
away without knowing who wrote thl
play. Aflde from S. uw ant l'lnero, an
author's name Isn't worth six-pence In
SHAW AND PINERO THE TWO
BIG DRAWING CARDS.
tit i u. - .ni -arana Inquired.
..i. i Z ....... i i oiia'd ,1 our more artistic presentation! of opera
!.;.-1 The chorus haa been ilrtlled
by that master artist, (Hullo Settl.
The regular season of opera ends to
night with a performance of the dOUMl
htll "Haenset nnd Gretel" and "Caval
lerla." It has laated twenty-two weeka
and line proved moat successful. No
answered Mr. llaw-
oharacler comedy entitled "Cousin
At Hammersteln's will he Belle Pnk
r, games J. Morton. Tempest and Hun
etitajS), Bud Fisher. Yvette. violinist;
Itowy and Iee and others. "A Woman
oCltie fitreets." e one-act play from the
Frohoh, will be produced. ,
Among others at t lie Colonial will he
Otis Edwards In his "Hong Revue of
Ull" Wish Wynne. ICngllsh sinslng
comedienne; Cressy and Kayne In
"town Hall TO-. "Sign I . ssarsnaii sstmi
.rv vamtrlloiiula'. nn.l r-onnrlly an.
WeWb In "A Stormy Finish."
Tha Alhambra will offer "The pjn
tntr Night." Frank Fugarty
have hein seen In this city. Mr. Halt
bej-lrtes lils . apu ... for management
Within the lioiiitr. WOltM seem tn tl!V
glMgld the publla llastli for tl'.e audi
noil have been consistently larger than
111 any previous act-ion. Only inn
era! itimpiuln'. bus been made. The IN
has no. been enough Fren ii OPSri. Thr
us Jttende'l tn
dvi-rttslnu A managsr may plaster tar rctival or ju.k.'cm t a initio. i, at a.
boarding.. s.H'i bills, bul M won I do mm most thl MM 01 this season, preiagll a
a Ml oi go 'J- Ths pupils inows an restoration to tha repertory next hum
lLout hil Ulay. Me only wills! mone n, yri.lu. rl,,.ru, n n ra;rer proportion
to Italian and Oerman operas An I
igil operas In English may he looked
a... w in. .-...I at to. 1 - rt I . . ,e.n .ua ut .in. ill-:
-- era....M a.....r i,.i-,. try. "but I'm not aun thai . UWl
will be a oVlt b'v Edward Shlnn oallel I the bigger 'draw' or the two. 0l
'HUsel Weston; or. More B!nn. :l I thins', cot talu-a p.ay b t it l.er .ntiw
rZzTrl. c.,,.1" Th. wit rill a Pintro can pack i taondon theatre
delude '.; Tfn Couniers." an,,,- ! - twf ,Jt'$' ,
offering, ana awwin SKoeong in a a- - t. .,.. B0.
II.... I or had. Aft, that Me
t.1.. nn.ai '.te'ienil uBan mouth-to-lflOUth great success wh
i talklna v out Ii himself,
Mr. Hawtrey returned to I he loung''
-...i -.! t.1 a 1......1 nn ... hla hands.
-IIIU l a , - f
"Tha theauioal iltuatlon In Hnglaad -or.
ae.vna to e growing r.iore dlipirltl
cverv dr.'." he ..diet 'Tne -xp.-e-
i of conducting a Ihoalri Is steadllv ln
I ciasing. and at the present time t IMPS
Is tt d?..it l of r ' There 1m also S
he P,n. itivann tn ' a-
" ... .J.O.. In n.U.1. I L..IC.V-. II... I t, ', 1 It
foniana. Hinasiui eraiey, eiasy, ".. , , ' ...... -u .,. .ihan
linger end King, the Chadwlck Trio thel "",' .. i, , n'.-. ' a man ttr. In Pn fUr the psrforminces. H it Mr
sdess de OaseogPS, Haesan H.n Alio. ,,,,. ,..v .,,,.., , ..nti.it ,f- ti.tt! pre nt.d several n w works that
Arab and Karl Emmy I Pets. nuke experiment". If he gives are to btl CflsUt If Prof. Pari
Tiiere were no duplicates lu:s seasnn
of the sensations mat icoomgaaled ia.
eisor: ' n p-oduc: Ions of "The i;ii of
ths U Iden Wilt," "Xosnlgsklndir" and
' Natou.j. ' with the pifsaanci o? the
cornpoMri tnaklng gala oioastoni ami
ths dlriOl iri giving receptions and sup
ford in make experiment''.
a newcomer a eh an e and
doesn't make goo.1 at the
"5lel" liltr Musical OOMOdy.
To-nlght'a the big r.olae" of the 11(inu.n, people in 'he stasis turn away
or s. e
i ry nrst
Metropolitan Mlnitri.li Harlim I most rr, the stage anil level their glsssts
tioptllsr social CIUD, l ne ..ie ir- npun t'lo dox '. t nere i im anssini
i aaraed under tlie guidance uf l oaches this nlgn. It means ths fslatlM of a
...... or-,. ,rt iinve Million If. a production, mid it mak so managiri
"ajl.r ii. . ihai their olilv Slir.-tv Ilea Ul
ISO'S" mnv ' . . .. - - ... , . ... u-i..-.. .lit led olilnloli. an., llie same
ou. li That', the theatrlt'il h tuat Ion i comouser's "Inanlaltlve Women," unl
nuimi." . ... ,, ,. .,, ,..,,,.t,m lA-Mav. mid that's v.l.v man-
Tnllylin to llooin Parade.
Ths Women's Political Cnlun Wilt
.....it, " T iAii hat e corr.-illed one 11
.'.w- ;.i...i In ll.ii - known. That', the thentrlcil
. v..i.viii. oo.l toe Bronx, and to- In London to-du
. ,-hi'a ahow at Palm Oar ieti will com- agtrl m loklng no t han es.
pare very favorably with Pros Iway'a i
, Mine 'ordlra's lo Lost.
' The police of the Mei.tr air. ft station
asrs asked last night to tend cut u .mi
tral alarm for a Scotch ggl Jo tie
longing to Madame Norci g, Why ll now .
n a concert OUr. A butle: en p.oyed
hU Oaorae W. Young, her hitst i.i1. at
Jfo. West Ninth street, mule tie re-
10.000 p. .."-winning American opera
"Mona" failed la win thi'hopsd for
public favor It was no fault of the man
aair's Al any rate, thi directors gav
Mr. Park!' I dinner. Other ROW works
but in aVlrs Wolf-Fe: rllt's "Tho Ji-.vcla
of thu Madonna." about which there
lull- ho from
virsally iccuriima. Bealdis thin wen
"VlMllgelt" snd ' laobetai.a,'' of the
success of IT hi lh the:e could be nj
Moat of (hi old favor. tl singers have
no use frying to fool yourself that It
Isn't. Fortune Chedaoye; It will lie a
ahame fo add Jonea to It, hut I'm golnif
He pressed down the last hook, the ttOh of the Iff i ts wets no jonget
laat collar, the last pair of allies, ami
aat upon the ltd of the trunk. He
grow led a little. The lock waa Itwlya a of a dream. Bfl
bothering htm. It was wonderful how stifled, too; har m
many tninga a cnap could tnlte out i.r n
trunk and how plagued few he could
no. t.a.-L Tl ,11,1 ..... ...... I. 1 1 ... ..
acclaim It got. Tho dellcloua humor ofi,h, pr,.;ur. , a ,teIlni,r
tne comeuy in versiogett was main- trunk here or a suit caee there: there I. .i tt...... i:orire' w-i.li found her fu.
nn. c.i hy Johanna (.iadskl In a manner ; waa always Just ao much tliere wasn't tllely. Oh, there was i ttu thing clear,
surprising to people who Know tier
any room for. Truly It needed a WO I etiaf on the ally PUtalda All waa not
mod's hand to pack a trunk. However I right! something was wrong, and this
his mothsr In llie old acltool duya had i wrong ujion one able concerned bar
got all his belongings into one trunk mother, her unrtl and II. inne, ami
W'un still an unsolved mystery. ' ypnn the other side Mr. Jones.
Stubborn as the lock was. persever- Think and think as ehe might, her
Bnce overcame It. fleorge then, aa a endenvora gave her no slngla IllUmlna
slight dlvers'on. spread the ancient ; tltui. Pour blind wall i siirroun led her.
Yhlordes over the trunh afi.1 stared ItlThe t'nlted Itoinance and Adventure
It In plenaurahle OOntOlnpllUOn. What Company -there could not possibly be
I beauty It was' W cat ixiiulalte hliin, gueh a thing In SSlltOnOI. It waa a
what soft reda, what minute pnltertis' j.at of Byanne'H to .over up miiiii.
And this treasure wss hla. thing far mora serious.
which she wns ac llnmnl He was
neither Insanely mad over .Ojrds nor a
social Idler lie was a young man with
S real Interest In life, a I orker, not
wltlialiitidlnn thai he was t.puted to b
potentialities of Itsl Independently tlrh. Nnd h.- mother
that of ItivMbHlty.i '! w b .rrowed m mey of Mm. ne. r
llnlsadlai to pay It back, the aha.no
i nf it' Ami win- should iahs approach
Mm the very nrat day and rcall tho In- 1
cldetil. If not wltn the ulterior purpose
of using him further? As a hall atrlkea
a Mil only I t rebound to the throwew.
ao It was with all these queetiona
There wita never anv answer.
Tired out, mentally and physically,
fhe laid her head upon the 0001 top of
the stand. And In thla position her
mother, who hsd returned to dress for
tea, found her Hll-v:ng Fnrtune tn he
asleep, .Mrs. Chedaoye drnpped a nana
upon her ehoulder.
Fortune ritlsrd her head.
"Wliv. child. Whit Is the maP'r" the
mother aaked. The face she was
not tear-stalnetl; It was as cold and pas
sionless aa that hy w hich sculp rs rep
resent their Interpretation! Of Justice.
"Mutter?" Fortune spoke. In a tone
th it did not rcasaure the other. "In ths
Oral place 1 hat only one real question
to ask. It depends upon how yon answer
It. Am I really your daughter?"
"Really my dgaghtirT" ajn. Chedooyi
aleppetl back, genuinely MtonllbM,
"Really mv daughter.' The child Is
madl" as If addressing nn Imaginary
third person. What makes you ask
such it silly question?"' Hhe was In a
hurry to change her drrga, but the new
altitude of Ibis child of hera warranted
"That Is no answer." said Fortune,
with tiM unloose.) deliberation of a
"Certainly von are my daughter."
"fj00d. If you had denied It I should
have held my peace . but since yon
admit that I am of your llesh and blood
I am going lo force you to rocognlxn
that In audi a capacity I have some
right!. I did not ask to come Into this
world; but Insomuch sa I am here I
propose to hecomii un Individual, not
a thing to be given bread and butter
upon aufferance. I have been talking
ti e wrist, ami sho was the otmaoar of
the two. "Can't you understand? I am
no longer a child ; I am a woman. I do
not ask ; I demand !" Hhe draw the eater
woman toward her, eye to eye. "Tou
palter, you always palter : palter and
evade. You do n it know what f realise.,
and truth are. la this continual evasion
I cslculsted to sttll my distrust? Ye. I.
.llatruat you -you. my mother. You have
mttde tiie mistake of leaving me alone
loo m i. I have aisrayl ntsirusteo you.
hut I never knew why."
(To Be Continued)
too lillle for be:
aat hack In Ihti carriage. Inert and list
lens, and Indetermtnedly likened hot con
dition to driftwood hi the ebb oaf! Bow
of oeach w.tv". I ne color and . i'iuiio
orbed; It was M If s.ie were ruling
through emptluc.s, through the unreal-
w is oppi c - .e l an I
.- nt storm...
Mechanically she dismissed the car
riage at the hotel, mechanically etc
went to I er room, anJ In this seml
conetilous moo I aat down In a chair.
OPENING SUMMER HOMES.
When the summer home t
opened it ghould be thoroughly
cleaned. Fresh air should be
freely admitted and the floors
and woodwork thoroughly wash
ed with water into which a little
CN has been put.
1 CN is a great cleanser, ditta
fectant and deodorizer. It re
moves deposits of grease and
dirt, kills the germs that breed
in them and makes the whole
atmosphere fresh and tweet.
It should be used regularly ir ba til
rooms, kitchens and wherever doe
that there is plumbing from waica
odors are liable to arise.
1 Get " Th Ytlhw Pachap mtk fat
CabU Top "
MSI N PICT ANT
WEST OISHFICTIIQ CI.. I EjiUhott
M'"ormack. the famous Irlsti tenor. In
farewell re-ltal at Carnegie Hall. In
popular operatic nrlns and Irish folk-
Amato waa Tonln. I tad a waa Beppe. and i '. assisted by Mario Narellti the
n. hi.n.n m aiMa. Htor.nl conduct- I Wtth anninl concert of "Ti e lher.au
Modality Orchestra" of Ilarvnrd Unlver
laity, at the Hotel Astor, and the third
invitation concert of the Lioderhraal
U. Ul, 1,'tr.rn..,,. 111. .1.1., .W. I'll.)
WINS FAVOR A8 AMNERI8. n ,,,,.,:, uatvltono . and Harold Ban. r
What s pity that If BIS, t'harles-C'ahler, , pianist, at the clubhouse,
who made her debut at the Metropolitan . MONDAY - Afternoon, William J.
Opera House a fOSf evenings ago aslOrBft'l free organ n- llsl at St, Piul's
Aau na In "Trovatot o." did not first 'hapel. 'olumbla DrUvorOltir. fSven'nt,
an.etr 4mnerla In "Aid..." for whllll ' rartanuitl. resist, Ul iet.umi
ert at Otoper t'nlon, nsatsted by Rooe
Klsle 8-hoverllng, Kllssbeth Morrison
anil lUlward Rsvhlln.
TI'HIbDAY Afternoon, second sonata
reoltal hv Mr. and Mra. David Matines
the wia cast at a sprlal matinea per
formance yesterday: Whist she did not
e-llpse meinorlaa of moro than one im
nersonatlon of the KgyplMn I'rlncess.
she commanded resrect both by her jut Kumford Hall.
singing and acting, despite the tromoll WHI Ct KSHAV AftOrhOOn. spe ial
that. In.llsputu.bly. Is hers. Hhe was the , spring concert by the kfooDoWell
dominating woman character of the I ChOrtlOi Kurt SOhiBOler conductor, tt
opera. Marie RipDOld, wlrli her voles I he benefit nf tne MaoDoWSlI rhoius
of excellent quality failed to make it ! Student Fund, naelated Ujy the Men
and her lmpt rsonallon sufficiently Im I dllSllhn Olee rinb. CtarMOO Dickinson
presalve to ecllpsu her. Blccnrdo Mar-I coin) net or. at Carnegie Hall, and Prof
tin. In effective eoeiumee. waa un es-1 Samuel A. lluldwln's free orgsn fOCltsI
celient Radamll. ind tNnh Ullly. bare- at the Collage tsf the City of Now Tor
legged and picture SqUO, waa a line i Hvenlng, last concert of the Ifogirl
Amonaoro. DMur was lUmlla and ttOOOl society at the Hotel Astor, Mar.' Harden
was the King. Audlllo was thl Mes- soloist.
s. otter and LoaorB Miarkea aang the TIII'lUiiAV Morning, con ert for
head- ! retlntd tln'lr popularity and soma new
tnualc of th.- iiiiHeen pr.estess OOatlMfUlly.
OPERA HOUSE U5HER5 ARE TO
HAVE ANNUAL SUPPER.
The ushers of the MOtrOShUtan Opera
House, a capable and obliging rt set
of young men aa one coul.1 wlau or
hope to ,ut"'. aa all the palrone of the
opera hJuae know, will bold their an
nual hMafgieah dlnnsr in Hoaly'i Dun
geon Itoom at midnight after the opera
season closes to-nlgh It la purely
t In-. r own flinotlon and they enpect t.i
liave lot! of fun all to them. elves. If
they WOUld consent t) let down the
bars they would be flooded with appli
cations for tickets, but wisely they e
frsln from Inviting outsiders Here's
ItieotM to them!
CONCERTS AND RECITALS
OF THE COMING WEEK.
If the ipjri sea.n has died hard, the
concei t st is in l dying harder Fol
lowing am li " roncert. and recitals an
potinoed for the ooonlng week:
SUNDAY After n. tne BarreroSJa.
semble of Wind InMrumentt;. nt the
Belasco Thettre. ilirtstlng ar"'- Andre
the beneiflt nf the Home for Convales
eenia at the Hotel 1'l.iaa. Qottruds
''latre Duffey. OOOllO Ayres and Frank- 1
' Un Hold'ng. iptdlOfa
I FBIDAY Afternoon, sonata recital
I by Mr. nnd Mrs. David Mannes, Itu.u-
ford Hall. ,
Rllrli! Burnlet . re -.tal of songs i,1
Impressions nf the negro, the child and
llie godiOty wo.m,n was favorably re-
. lived hv i frndiv sudlenea at ths
' Mela.' o Theatre esienluv iftefnoon
Sh was aaslte, h, N'orsh ll.n.lfv.
'sr.! Hensel and Mrs Louis H Hm.t..
, Mrs. Burnley showed s otisldsrshl"
sense nf humor and was able to OOBVO)
It without effort scroti the footlights.
Hhe got many laughs whl-h ware de-
I Mr. and Mrs. Da hi Man .n gaVI ths
l firm of their OjaUgeS s math recitals a'
i Rumford Hall yooterdiy to the delight
of an appreciative ludlsOjU. The pri
I gramme romprlsel comnttsltlons bt
i Beethoven. Mortirt. Hrshms. Hrleg a'l I
1 Debu.ev and three nuiu'bera wine de
I nianded over sgsln
He'irletta Wakefield, of the MotrOBOl
an Opera Companv. haa been enoege I
t'aplet. plaalsti Ms first appearance In bf
scnil I 1 1
quartirli No. it K'ast Twenty-ninth I aagg have found Instant favor. C'lilof New Yuri;. 1-s .pit v Symphony Oncer
street, nt .1 P. M. to-day to lOVirtlll I lOMIIg thl Utter are Margurete Matie
the coming suffrage parade on ofgy BtBjori uhe Herman contralto, and our
i. A feminine whip of prominence native-born barltons-basso. Put-
will tool tne ooOOh and the hug e call ., , u kl ..,
will be given by ,h. prettiest ! " Urlawold. 00, by hi. olc. and
ii. oartv. The route vv 111 be untown . r . ....... . ... a-.ir.is! ...
Waller Dainrnavch to atng Jusn.lt i
tie i :n 1 pa I character In his stun
ths lat of tha soason, st Carnegie Hall, i Tlie Dove of l-e.ee. to ne prnou 'e.i
an sILWaJIIOr nrogramms. with Help- next N'ovsmber
Mr Youuas uaaae'tsoti ths dog through Madison and Klfth avenues., memory Of most of Ut predecesors.
ami. 1 ... . L , . J. -A . 11, .lattl n PAH, I
i with a dash Into Broadway.
rich afeyifi baiitoae, ooioist: musicals
f.r thl Arthur Home for blind babies
at Dolatonloe'a Kdwln Orasse, the blind
violinist, ainoas the many sjio.lti, and
X'rnf. Fiim ! Baldwin s free o'tfan re-
ssaaun Mr. UatU promisee dial at the City CoUsgs. Evening, John
Wsltr Dim rOSC and the S hoBV
Or'h..t;s Wf slsrt on tie'- ,tin"il
spring t vi- nest Monday which will ix
tend through the Houth and thl Middle
WHEN THE STOMACH
You are quickly apprised of the fact
by spells of Heartburn, Bloat'
ing, Sick Headache, Dizzi
ness and Smothering Sensa
tions, and In such cases you cannot
do a better thing than take a short
It U absolutely pure and composed of
those ingredients best known for strength
ening the stomach, aiding digestion and
ftitsimilntlon, regulating the appetite and
keeping the bowel free from constipation.
Then it is truly Nature's best helper In
cases of Stomach, Liver and Bowel All
ments or Malaria, Fever and Ague, and you
really should try a bottle at once. It has
given complete satisfaction for 59 years.
Don't experiment Insist on feavhif
Hostetters Stomach Bitters
YOU WILL ALWAYS FIND IT
HEALTHFUL AND INVIGORATING