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THI 1V1MIW0 WORLD, BATUBDAT, NOVEMBER 2, 1919.
RUSH OF PLAYS
FOR COMING WEEK
Seven New Productions, the
First an Afternoon Affair,
Will Be Made.
ARBCORD-BailAKINCl runrt of now
plays hffgln. on Monday after
oooii ith the production at thai
lUttnn Theatri- ot "Tli Yellow Jaoket," j
a Ohltieee play iiy Oeorne Hiiselton
a ad J. Harry DciU'luW. The atory li-tn
U do with Wu Sin Vln the Oreat, who !
haa two wives. lla second wife la ex
ceatlJnmv Jealous of the flrat. who has
fllvan to Wu s.n Yin a mala chdld.
Ttk second wife ao plays upon the feel
lWt of Wu him Yin that he enters Into
a qawplra. y with the lather of hit
tamutlrul aeoond wife to procure the
'teaUi of hla flrat epoiuie. Intereat thn
oantrra In the rrillti. who, after Know
ing to manhood, achlevea the "yellow
Jacket, t in- vestment of olvlt and
spiritual power. The large cast will
amdude Cleorjfe Ralph In the principal
role; SLnor Peruginl. Juliette lay,
Satone Moreleml, Grace A. Barbour
and Antoinette Wlker,
Doufflna Fairbanks coinea to the As
tor Theatre o;i MoniLiy nlht In "Haw
thorne of the V. 8. A.," a romantic
farea by JamcH Uernard Fagpan, an Eng
lish playwright. The play deals with
the adventures in Uie Balkans ot a
young American who becomes Involved
lit the attempted overthrow of an an
ctenL dynasty. With Mr. Fairbanks
will be Irene Fanwlok, Ruth Allen,
Aania Huchea, Allan Pulloek and others.
"A Hlch Mun'a Bon," a comedy by
James Forbes, will be put on at the
Harris Theatre oil Monday night. The
yeung man from whom the play takes
Ita navme Is the sun of a rich Western
er, who with his wife Is living at a fash
ionable New York hotel. Although the
youth begins badly after cutting short
hla college career, lie finally shows he
has Inherited m iiy of the aterllng quail
lie of hla father. Among others In the
cast will be italph J. Morgan, i'aul
ktverton, Walter Allen, lonlae jsutlar,
Jessie Ralph and Lillian Hlnnott.
Aa elaborate production of "Julius
Caesar" will De made by W'llllsm Faver-
thara at the "Lyric Theatre on Monday
night. In Mr. Faveraham's support will
bo Tyrone Power, Fuller Melllsh, Frank
Kftnan and Julio upp.
"Our V.'lvcs," to bo presented at Wal
lack's on Monday evening, la called a
comtdy of sex by Its authors, Helen
Kraft und Frank Manila. The plot con
oerfcs a successful librettist who believes
ha has made his success In life through
the elimination u sex. To defeat fen
nips cunning, ne has surrounded him
OMf with Bachelors only. One by one
they fall, uai-h before a dlatinctly type
of woman, and In the end he doe t e
same. Henry' Kolker will head u cast
that also ojn '. r.i.et. Pa:nela Gaythorne,
Gwendolyn Pleis. Vera Flndlay. William
Rosalie, (Jeoit;i Uraham auJ John Fln-
' The Dove of Pr ice," a comic opera
by waiter Dararoach and Wallace Irwin,
Will bu nemel at the Broadway
Theatre on Monday evening by a Com
pany that Includes Arhur Deacon, AlU'e
Yarke. Jessie Ilia bury, Henrietta
Wakclleld, Juek Henderson ml William
Welp The piece exploits the advrn
tuffaa of an Irl. h pi-ace commissioner
from The Hague, who has ben out
played by a New York newspaper to
bring about universal peace. A touch of
light satire Is Introduced by having
universal peace depend upon a single
kiss to he given by a young uiun born
in Elisabeth, N. J.
"inow White an 1 the Seven Dwarfs,"
a fairy play for rhlMn :i, itraii'a'licd
from the fnlry story "f th- Brothers
ariram. by JeaiJe Brabant w hitc, win
be offired at the Utile Thea're on
Thuri'ay afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Mulls of a slmi.'r ti fire h i.' be.-i; will
tan by Edraond Klefcett, The original
IMmm rtor bus been closely followed
though details have been aliere.i :o sul:
the exigencies of il.amatlo treatment.
jBgverlta Clark WW lliy Snow W hite,
and other part-, will be taken by Blaine
Ineacort. Ada Boehell, Donald (.allaher
Frank Mcformack, Arthur Barry and
The Point of View," the pl'.y by
lu'.es Eckerl Goodman tliat was given
a watlnee performance ut the l'luy
hotNle la' 4 week, will be taken to Daly's
Theatre on Monday nisht.
Rddle Foy In "Over the River
to the Grand OperU House.
"The Martpr nt the House
the Went Er.d Theatre.
"Havana" will be revived by the mu
stcaJ Comedy company at the Academ:'
The stock comrany at the Harlem
Opera flora so will prceent "The Grnut
The Columbia Theatre will have Th
"The World of Pleasure" will be seen
at the Murray III! Theatre.
"The Columbia Burlesquef" will be
at Murtli; Beamon'e.
"The Oriental n.i-'eqoer" come to
Miner's Klghta nue Theatre. "The
Rhe.mlnns" .will be it the People's
Theatre. "T'.ie Girls from Joyland"
vJll e een ut Miner's Theatre In the
"juT the Olympic n il be "The Golden
AsiuitR others at Hmmrteln's will
lie Victor Moore and Emma l.lttltflejd,
In "Change Your Act. or Hark to the
V.'oods;" Edna Aug. In "Folks la Folks,"
and Mabel Adams. In n musical sketch.
Blanche Wulsh, In "T ie Countess Xn
,1 B." I to head the bill at the Co
lonial, where others win ne tne uen-
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winding and drncing i
Pasture ut the Alia
0 BREAK RECORD
Trained Nun ts" Kv ox. i iertruae ewnvn iren iswn
SSjerbllt and OiorKc Moore, and lid. d red and Twenty-fifth Street Theatre
I' Rcvnard. v nu ll- mist. the Ten Musical Hough Riders will have
it ti Bronx: T.ieatre will be the lint place.
Philip Uurtl iliM'ire I'lavera. presenting; At che Union Square T icstre will be
And 'II" ' I.l-ii Happy Kver After."; Mike Dunlin, the ball pls.yqr. and Tmo
lohn P. Weue. in 'Maine Hbdhy's .Lewis In a Bkll; Tom Trrrlas In
t'hlSkrn rilmie; ." IM. Hlondell, In "Ths i "Hcrooge," lloey anil Lee. ftoelim's Atli
lot Bov," and otheru. Iletlo Oli'l" and other
The bill at the Fifth Avenue Theatre j The bill at the American Theatre
Itl Inelude fllff '' I'don, The Herman will Include the Chamberlalni Mitchell
Senator; ' Mason and Keeler In "In and and Llgutner, Hex Fox, Tloyd and N'l
Oft," and Uonlta and Lew earn. Mia- goa. And Motoring."
Spangled Red Undershirt Gave Fred Stone His First Success
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He's Not Quite So Agile Now as He Was Then, Star
of "Lady of the Slipper" Admits, but He Can
Still Do a Tumble With the Best of 'Em.
OYS, I glvo you my word, It was
or Huckleberry Finn. We were sitting on a ofa that had hidden
prints and silt legg, but we might just as well have been sitting on
a fence. Why, w even forgot that we
white rug that had hair on It aa long
that made me forget the furniture was
"Clo on and show him what you can
ee anything but circus tents.
Who's "Stoney"? Why, Fred Stone,
of course: On the Wile he's Fred A.
Stone, but that A. la Just for style,
and when he'a hanging round the
houae he doesn't even wear it on his
watch chain. But you ahiaild have aeen
all the big buga In town clapping their
hande and laughing their heads oft at
the Globe Theatre Monday night when
he cut a lot of new capers In "Theady
of the Slipper.1''
"What' the flrat stunt you ever did?"
'In a circus?"
'No; In the backyard or the barn."
'Oh." he reflected, doubling up over
on the sofa, "lemme see. i Know; 11
H as a ti rht-rope ascension."
"Ascension?" I repeated, suspecting
for the first time thuit he was trying to
put on airs.
"Sure," he said, "that's what It's al
ways been called."
"All rlht," I agreed. "Go ahead."
THIS FIRST CHAPTER IS IN W1L
"One night afttr ai:p;.er I went down'
"In Wellington. Kan , where I lived
whm I was a boy. A rope-walker was
doing an us.enslon over the atreet the
rope sti etched from the tops of two
high buildings, you know. This fellow
"Taklng up a collection, you know. I
tumbled io that when he got out on the
rope, kicked the bottont-out of a cheese
box and remarked In a mean sort of
way, 'Seven-dollars-und-a-half's wortli
of cheese.' L knew then that he had
collected seven und a half "
Die Palnwr in "Tit for Tat " win be the
..I.I., .. , i ,,i i.,, at rr,.elr'M Twentv-
lh,prt ,,..., Tneatre. Psolo Cremon-
. " -
esl and company In "Curing the
Tenor" will head the bill at the Fifty.
as- good as talking to Tom Sawyer
were sliding owr wet feet all over a
as a shepherd dog's tall. The thing
his telling of the other boys saying,
do, Stoney!" After that I oouldn't
"How otd were you?"
"Eight," he replied. "I was old enough
to know w-hat that fellow meant. He
pranced along tho rope for a while and
then did a trapese act In the middle of
It. While he was turning and twisting
a lot ot spangles fell from his tights.
I ran out from the edge of the crowd
and grabbed em up."
"What did you do with them?"
"I took 'em home and handed them
to my mother. 'What are theae for?
she aaked. S-h" I said, looking round
to see If father was within hearing.
Then I explained matters to her. You
see, like ill boys, I was Inclined to be
a contortionist. I was quite a bender.
HIS TIGHTS WERE MADE OF A
So I told mother I wanted her to j
make a whole suit of tlghte, with
s,. angles aewed on from top to bottom.
'I'll try,' said mother. And she atarted
rlgtit In that very night by getting .to ,
work on a red undershirt and a pair
of drawers, cutting 'em down and aew
Ing 'em together."
"And then what?"
"I put up a rope In the back yard on
a pair of jacks, and after u little prac
tice I got ao I could do all the atunta
that I had seen the aeven-dnllara-and-a-half
fellow do. In three weeks I could
stand on my head on that rope. It waa
only six feet from the ground, and I
figured that the chances of my breaking
my neik weren't worth thinking abou.t.
Klda, you know, can learn anything
"And then a clrcua came to town?" I
"No," he aald Impatiently, "But the
town was going to have a Fourth of
July celebration, and all the 'events'
were advertised In tho paperu. I ran
over the list and kept my eye on the
'greased pole tournament.' The very
next day I began climbing telegraph
pules. Iiy the end of the week I was
the best telecraph pole climber In town.
Then I doped out that on the Fourth
I'd better hang back until the other
fellows had wiped most of the grease
off the pole."
'TWAS GREASIEST POLE IN
WORLD BUT WORTH $5
"The more I thought about It the
better I liked It," he agreed. "Well,
the Fourth came, and there on the fair
grounds stood' the greased pole. It was
the greasiest pole a boy ever aaw. At
the top was a little America Mag. It
was announce 1 that the fellow who
brought down that flag would be given
a five-dollar gold piece."
"But you weren't In a hurry'.''' (I waa
sliding off the sofa.)
"No, I Just hung am i el witching the
otber fellows climb and then slide down,
while people stood up In hayracks, yell
ing with laughter. The tenth one to
tackle the Job waa my little brother
He had put sand In his hind-pocket he
was a thoughtful little cuss! and he
kept throwing it up on lite pole. The
committee that was to award the prtr.'
1i gan to kU'H, but the crowd yelled,
Let him alone, he'a all right!' But
with all hla sand my brother rouhln't
get to the top. Then it was agreed that
everybody should be given another
Th(. , , pretty
, f . ,., Mo I if ai.ciili.l 11m.. m im i n.l I
put in my na.ne. l.'p goes my little
b.otlier again with another pocketful of!
sand, and he gets within a foot of the
(OP, then, awish! he streaks down to the
ground BUt he whispered to me, '1 I
guess you ran make It, Fred; I've
thrown sand clear up to the top.' The
next minute 1 waa climbing utter that
THI8 LITTLE BROTHER PUT
Just Uka Hading it. My UtUt broth-
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er had been as good as hla word. There
waa sand way up" to the top. 1
reached tho flag without a slip, but I
was In such a hurry to get down that
I skinned my ankle.
"The next day I went to the Flrat
National Bank and got the gold piece.
I didn't know what to do with all that
money, but I followed my brother's ad
vice and bought a anare drum. That's
whore he waa foxy. In three weeks he
beat me all to plecee aa a snare-drummer.
I didn't like that, so 1 gave up
the drum and went back to the tight
"And then a circus came to town?"
"This time you're right. U came on
Its own wheels and pltshed Its tents on
a vacant lot that was a good piece of
property in dry weather. Before the
Bhow opened a rope-walker gave a
free exhibition. When everybody had
gone Inside and I w looking at the
rope, the boys called: Hey, Stoney, get
up and walk It!' 'All right.' I aald. 'If
one of you will hand me the pole when
Pm up.' Bo I hiked right on up over
the tent to the bale-ring at the top.
'Hey!' I yelled, 't kin see the ahow from
Just then the manager came out
and I txime down. He wanted to an iw
who had boosted that boy up. No ono
aid anything for a moment, and then
one boy sang out, 'Oo on and show
him what you oan do, Stoney!' 1 re
peated my performance, with the man
ager taking it all In."
"Didn't he say anything?"
DAD LET HIM 00 WITH THE
"Not until I had completed my part
ef the afternoon's entertainment. Then
he said he'd like to see my father. I
brought my father down to the lot
as soon as I could find him. The man
ager aald lie V Silted tne to go wlt.i
the ahow. My old man always let
me do what 1 wanted to. When I said
t hat I wuuted to go with the show, he
aid, 'All right, go ahead ' I stayed
with the how two or three weeks anl
then came home."
"Why did you oome back?"
"The show busted up."
Ulul.lu . ir.n "
.. ,Jut af,er , wpn, 01Jt wlth
oth(,r ,.rclu)ei, aml rt,l all aorta of
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Of the Law!
Srt txt Thursday i Ei tning World
II i 5 n
things. Aa an acrobat I could c.ear
five eleplutnta and a pyramid, and
what's more I made a new reputation
In a double trapese act. It waa In the
concert after the ahow that I did my
first dancing. Then I drifted Into the
"What are 'you now?"
"I'm Just a bum enough acrobat to
lob over and get that bouncing turn
that I do with the furniture In 'The
Uady of the Slipper.' But I turned
three hundred someraautta a day for
two months last summer before I could
Lget the hang of the thing. And I had
some good bumps, believe me! Come
on over some night and I'll tell you
all about It."
BY SYLVESTER RAW LING
FOLK songs will be the feature of
the free lecture recitals arranged
by the Board of Education for i
next week. Tho programme Is: Mon
day, at Lafayette Hall, Walter L
Bogert, "The Folk Hong of dermany." I
TueUi.y, at Wultelgh High 'liool. .
f'eter W. Dykema. "Music In the Hume;" I
at Public School No. 132, Pearl Cleve- j
land Wlleon. "Die Walkeure," and at '
Public School No. 40, Lewis W. Arm- I
strong, "Folk rtongs of Austria." Thurs- 1
day, at Public School No. 1R5, Murguret
Anderton, "Beethoven, a Mualcal i Slant.'
at St. Luke'a Hall, Walter Koblnson
"Voice Production." and at Morrla High
School, Dan.el Oregory Mason, "Beetho
ven, Hla Third Period." Friday, at Da
Witt Clinton High School, Katherlne
Hand, "Scottish Music;" at I'ubltu
School No. ttC, Pearl Cleveland Wllsoa.
"Die Walkeure," and at Public Sclio
No. IS:', l,nih W. Armstrong, "Folk
Songa of It uas i a."
Mr. Dlppel bad a crowded house for
the opening of the opera season In
Philadelphia on Thursihty night by hii
Philadelphia-Chicago Opera Company,
when "Alda" waa aung, Cecilia flag!!
urdl, the Italian soprano, and Iclllo
Caileja. the Bgyptla.ii Italian tenor,
were heard for the flrat time In Amer
ica On Monday Tito Buffo, the Italian
harltone, said to bu'tlie highest pall
baritone lu the world, will make his
American debut In the title part of
Hlgoletto." A special train will take
over New Yoikers who wish to heur
The charitable Order of Itoatradamus,
of which otto fJHMitl Is the head, will
give a concert In the new Aeollun Hall
neat Saturday night. Hella Allen, Lu
noru Sparkea, Maile Mattfeld, Lsa Sle
r.ak, Karl Jorn, Albert itelss, Herman
Well, Putnam Orlswuld and. of course,
Mr. Oorltz himself, of the Metropolitan
opera Company, will lake part; also
lsiuls Peraluger, Hlglaiinond tOdOWiU
und Albert Von Doeiihoff.
Mine. Blanche Arral will glv
I recital in Aeolian Hall, next
I afternoon, assisted by Usuries
I pianist Leonardo Stagll.inu.
i and II
lJronsleln, '(el, 1st. Her pro
of fourteen, liuuilieia will ln-
elude two songa lu Kngllsli
Prof. Samuel A. Baldwin will glv
free organ recltula at the Cltv 'Vll.i;
on to-morrow and Wednesday aftei
noons His (Ireat Hall horns meets
for rehearsal every Tuesday evening
Applications for membership may bi
made to him at that time.
Dr. Frank leunroarh of the Inrtt It ut.
of WuetCSl Art Is offering two frei
scholarships for double bags playeis
Candidates rout! sbaw satisfactory eu
niontgl ' alnlni and gi nerul musical
Kurt Rrhlndler will leoturt at the
I'lax.i io rrUlay on "Boris iSodn i
BOff, Mousgorgsajrl opera, wli: n, ,;
Is aalo IS to io- iireaeotuel this season
at the Mtroyo!llan Opera Houas.
FOR ONLY ONE OF ELEVEN
Sent to State Prison fur
Five Years Others to
Only one of the eleven prisoners ar
nalgned for eetytenoe In the Courts of
Oeineral Seoslorui yeeterday was allowed
to go on a suspended sentence. The
exception waa made hy Judge Craln In
the one.- of a young Immigrant girl, who
pleaded guilty to stealing Jewelry from
her landlady. Charitably Inclined per
sons wM return the girl to her old home.
The dispositions of the twelve were as
BV JUDGE FOSTER.
William IViyle, twenty-eight yearn o!d,
horn In Ireland; pleaded guilty to Lure
lary; robbed a dwelling at No. SOI West
One Hundred and Ftfty-flret etreet; aec
on.l iffenf; State Prison five years.
William Brown, t enty-elglit yoara old,
liorn In Ituaela, seven previous convic
tlone; Indicted with Doyle; pleaded
guilty; State Prison, five years. ,
f initios Chlaolm, thirty-five yeara old,
negreas, native horn; pleaded guilty to
lusaault, alaahe.l woman with rexor;
first conviction; Penitentiary, four
1 Stofa Krol, twenty-five years old, bom
lln Austria, pleadod guilty to burglary;
broke Into apartment. No. 374 Tenth
avenue; first offense; iillmlra Beforma-
BY JUDGE 8WANN.
Samuel Lefano, sixteen years old, and
John I.eotu. eighteen yeara old. Native
born. Tried and convicted; attempted
burglary. Flrat offenders, kllmlra Re
formatory. John Moore, thirty-one yeara old.
Born lu Herman). Tried and convicted,
iiurglary. First offense. Slate prison
for two years und six months to four
years and eight munlha.
Michael Tuylor, seventeen vears old.
Native bom. Pleaded guilty to petty
larceny. Stole Jewelry valued at 140
from a iMiardlng-hoiise keeper. 1- li at
offense. City Itefurmatorjv
Th lore I'rlie, twenty-six yeara old,
ilortd. Native born. Tried and con
kjtsd of burglary. Second offense. L'l-
Samuel Diamond, twenty-four years
old. Horn In Russia.. Pleaded guilty to
burglary. Flrat offense. Slute Prison,
two to three years.
BY JUDQE CRAIN.
Solomon Ooidscomult, nineteen yeara
ld. Born lu Hormany. Pleaded guilt)
t i unlaw fill j-ntry. I'irat offense. City
Alexandra Zaroloc, twenty-six years
IO, Horn In Poland. Pleaded guilty to
grand larceny. HUH uu worxn or iew-
iry from liindiady. r Irst offense. Sen-
teiice Hospetiileil and temporarily com-
ii. tt.il to thu Wuverly Hume to await
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PLUNGING FIRE HORSES
PULL DRIVER UNDER
WHEELS TO HIS DEATH
Maurer Neglected to Strap
Himself to Seat on Way
The Jangle of the alarm In Engine
No. Ill's houee st Hart street and Con
trol avenue. Brooklyn, brought Driver
William Maurer sliding down the brass
pole half asleep to-day. Usually
Maurer straps himself to the seat, but
this time he (ailed to take that pre
caution. Two hundred feet from the engine
house Maurer waa pulled from his eeat
RIAL EBTATC AT AUCTION.
5 Years Ago
THERE WERE no buildings on Broadway and St.
Nicholas Ave.' between 174th and 183rd streets
or adjacent streets.
TO-DAY IT IS SOLIDLY BUILT UP.
2 Years Ago
THERE WERE NOhousesintheso-ealled Dyokman
Section near Broadway, bet. 2GCth and 2i0th sts.
JUST LOOK AT IT to-day, sec the scores of new
buildings, all well rented.
You don't realise how fast we art1 growing
northward until your attention is ealWd to it.
GO LOOK AT THE FORSTER-SCHWTT PROPERTIES TCOAY
464 Lots and 9 Dwellings
Broadway, iJ58th to 01st Street, Hiverdule Ave.
and adjacent Avenues und BtVMtt,
OPPOSITE VAN COKTLANDT PARK
MUST BE SOLD at Public Auction
Tuesday, Nov. 12th, 1912, at 11 A. M.
At the Exchange Salesroom,
14 Vesey Street
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
$10 Down 7
will buj a lot 2.JO0 aijusi. fa.1 It
RIDGEWOOD, Ne J.
e4UUu on proLMTtjr.
Nn Uitcrat or taiM fur to yv.
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LOST. FOUND AND REWARDS.
"i tJZr? ooTu'v.
tt. T IMP
h ana mitrhW
. ,i aver hla ne
- i .mi. thai drlverleo team
toward the Urhthouee Mlaelon. Ma,
Cap. Raab and Engineer Da via, t
I n cllnalng to me rear step as BBSS
engine, Jumpenl off aril sprinted
mt n.e three frlg.itenrd horaea.
eouid not stop them until they
s-.tia aveniie and Evergreen.
: tnrMeil the horses Into an "It"
lar The tender had alopped
l. near, but he had been killed
The alarm which had ran death far
Maura had been turned In bv a na.aaa..
by who saw a blaalng mattress throwa
from a window. The fire was conflaofl
to the mattress.
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