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"The Blindness of Virtue," by
IS VERY WELL ACTED
But It Seems a Little Old-FaSh
ioned in the America
of A. D. 1912.
Of peventeen, Oh ghters of
maalog foolB and mlracu
int Of the tarea nf BOX, n^
Haa-Utoa, tba au*
newly Imported from
,ly ls named "Thc
nrtae." it la played here,
tta Street Theatr
not aomebody nnd fer iheatrafl more ap
thaa those of the num
reeur). The company that ected
...?ts it ta NeW York, ana
tctfl it very welL
Xhe v- ' "' ' vnunp
droOO. ta her fath.rs BOUM,
B in the morning for the
return Bba doean't know
ihat thla isn't quite the thlng to do. to
it mlldly. The young man does
_^n.e UBtll 7, by arhlch time the
| girl Ib watching l'rom her OWB win?
Agaln she goeB to Tiis room. and thls
time makes love to hlm. Ita y.-ung man
llke .1 trurap and trie<* to put h.-r
Ithough ba ls in love wlth her. -
? to 1 Put yo arma
around me and make me live!" whlch is,
- just what a vlcar's daughter
teen would say. The viear ent.-ts.
bla daiphter. quarrela, Ol
,, witll thc young man, and. rather
i the procoedmgs, but not too late,
AOka why hl* daughter had BOt bOOB bet?
ter taught. The vicar Jumps straight nt
the concluslcn that tlu- girl is "lost."
?sn't. But there ls no telling what
bava happened to such a
fool Because thc young man had been
away from thc vlllage twenty-four hour*
1 was maudlln loBely and behaved
like ona bcr.ft oi Beaao. But it all aomee
out ilght ln the end. Thc story could le
I .vactit.g Jouraal
riics. The young man has comi tO
the vlcar's to h"- reformed and t"> i-tudy
fur the bar. The reformati4.ii "tflkefl '
trusti 1. ta tha dts<
and una. i . th- : i*ther,
lack of falth has driven tha
| ri-. "Iark. And so lt all
com.es tO thc QUeetlOfl of thc training of
Mr. ''o>mo Ham!lton*s play would have
you thtah that EmjlKn parents never
teach th.lr jroung anythlng about the
aacrediiLSf of k.x, or about lt* lorea and
dangera. So his play aeema rather naive
to uud'.encrs *n America. tor in thls land
there haa been a great deal of dlacu
kf l: ? nnd i-on: a Bi b
Ing. How much, who knows? Bul
it ie dUBcult to believe thal
for ealaa American parents nre BU -
priga as th** Eni
rcnu ln thli coinedy. Aparl trota
hono: of cta :u nal tc thi aa
moat oatlmabla and
r heart Hi wife i. motherly
.',-ar. They are dolng good
|U for thelr parlshioners, but dolng
romantlc yearnings "to know
what Ufe is.'
lf t - i I 4\ v , re r.ot acted vc-ry well la
? on. But it ?s very well a'-t<-<J
,,r as tha Vicer; Baall Haiiam
i;ruhum. the youth under pro
eeflfl of reforniatc.n, and J ollle Eme
ot-'Cookle' are by Cbj* *h"
If Mr. Hallam would not speak ln
, nroat, but rould ? ?safl-i BfllU
n more aal
that the houae bci med pontemed. lt w
factlon audlencea d -
.- m pen na fo to the thaatra
. i UNSNW ' '" V-RTtTB."
M Idleeea.A. Holnj ee-Qeire
y. le ?
. .A H
: :::: .*^J_S___
Hom. A. I.ihal.-l r.r^sn..H_.ll liall-iu
?POINT OF VIEW" AT DALY'S.
William A Brady to Provide Ballot
Boxes for Opinions of Play.
William A. Urady'B purp">Hes for "The
produeed bb Bttdaj -f
t?_ ty-eightb Street Tl.ea
tba idea et giving a Beatefl of
speclal nuuinees. have ur.d. .grw B ma
urlal ebaaae. The play, hy Ju'?,***?*
tnan. has arouaed BUcb a '11* B gen e
rttlcai opinion tha'. Mr. Bradl haa de
upon a plan by whlch th puwn
ed to expreoa Ita vl< ws rre*
unfl and it** theeia. To
n general ln Ita <A<< ? Ihe
..l matlneea have been abendi
.The Poinl of View" wlll take poa*
. Da Va Theatre next Monday.
. .;..;,, artll ?? provlded toe tta re*
K oi oplnl .t.s. i4ii4i thcBo wl
lf the utithora of ".em do not
?aid Mr Bra I* "Of courae, ir
*lth the 10
f the revlewera, that Mr Oood
Ls written k really remarkable
S," ghall Dav- ., araal aarreaa '
out ie !??
., wej_iM Hi.-" ui- Promplly
. : [:.?-. g loOfllTpd h eaMfl commu
m trom Lo-M-ea yeetetday nottfy
? ,:f. oepyrlgM rn-rformance
,,f iM.r-.etio.." had baea aieeB
m that elty. "Y<'"r.s of Weeretkm Ib a
?.. gj rradarlck iii.u?n and IJanny
. Hatton. whlch wlll ppaii a. tta
Ttaatra oa Tuesday ereatag.
. rnor and Mrs Dix. (^. .."J'*,.'^
of f_ pied a box ut wllllam i oi*
of "Fanay'a Fh I lay.
, . , | W( raham will give extra
m, ...,'. 0f hls "JulluaCasaar revlvfll al
? l ,,,c ti? .tr. on Ellectlon Da> and
i-K Day. Mall ordera are n.-w
eTv% for 4,11 perfor
Komcnt, whlch la llmlted to four
nt has nrranaed wlth Ccthaa i
lt for th? on of IVedaria
Chaplna new Americ?n rfarce, (>? "
at n, ,aletJ Theatn oo ____?_> ?'?*???*
n rn.- precedlna night Mr.
., ?, pixl.v and Lud.-r.s s
romantlo ooeretta, "Thc Oypay. al
the I'aiit Theatre.
Uuretta Taylor. who will t>* bwm
a suit n Hartie) Mann^ra'a Irlah comedy.
"Pet- ,. Mv ll'rirt." under Ollv.-r Woroe*
co-? manaaement, when the Ccat jiiea
tre, n, ihtb atreet, just east of llroadwa>,
apona on November 2_. returned to the
Cit) from L.?b Ang.-les wh-i"
?,. ? playing ln atock sll BUm
tner R-haaraali ol th< new comedy Wlll
bagln ii a fi w da>s.
'Iiip. Dl[). Dlp." lf the name of a new
sonir Introduced m the "BoardwalB '
? of "Ziegfeld Kolllea" Ht tta Moulin
Hom ght. The number la pre
Burited by Bernard Qranville nnd chorus.
Unfl Foo, th. world famousfl ' I
magicim.. 44, fulfll n long engagement at
the VV torl., I i.. . ompfln) run
u ui. tw. nty Chinaae, com
prlsiiiK actoiB, Jugglera. acrobats and us
VISCOUNT MILNER TO SAIL
Returns to England After Stay
Here on Way frora Canada.
Vleootmt MIIi.t. O. C, B., who arrived
on Sunday nlfcht from Canada and has
leen at tho Be'mont. salls to-day for
Kngland on the Ka.I-.er Wilhelm der
Oroaaa Lord Miiner was Oovernor Gen
entl un<l Hlgh Comniinsloner of South
Afrlca froaI UM until Bbk\ throughout the
perlod covered by the Boer war. Repre
aant?ig the Imperlallst vlews of Joseph
ChambarU?n while tba latter was lecra
tary of State for the Colonle*-*. Lord Mii?
ner contributeil greatly to the tr.inafor
nuitlon of the Bopr repuhlics and the
Bouth Afrlcan oolO?lea into a great au
tononious British dependency under the
He is regarded as one of the leaders of
tbe 1'iil -ilst party, aud would probably
l tba a blgb Cabinet offlce if there wai *-?
Obaaga ln the present government. Lovd
Miiner is unmarrled, and before hls ap
potnttaent to South Afrlca was chlef of
tiie Inliiiitl Revenue Department in Lon?
don, Under Berroterj of Ktate for Finance
in Kgypt. and ast-iKiant edltor of "The
Pall Mall Oaaette." lt is aaaertad la Lon?
don that about six y< ars ago he re-.-elved
a Ineratlve offer trow *?- Plerpont Mor?
gan to taba charga of the London branch
of bhl bunklng flrm, but tlecllned on the
ground tha* ita acoaptanoa would Inter*
fere with bbi politleal projaeta and pios.
PRINCETON NIGHT" FIRST
Presbyterian Union Begins Se
ries of Receptions at Savoy.
Laat nlghl wa.-- Princeton nlght wltb
thi Preabyterlan Unlon ot Nen fork,
i rec ptlon was held al tbe H itel
Thls waa the opei Ing Ot the l'res
an I'nion .*? seaeon of "literary
ta," glven from tlme l<> time Ht the
Savoy. There were about two hundred
preaent, including many women
The gue*-'*-* Included tba Rev. \*r. Oeorge
ler, diretttir of Prlneeton Theo*
logleal Bemlnary; Dr. John Orler Hihban.
prealdent ol Princeton Cnlveralty; Mrs.
. the Rev. Dr. Mark Alllsou liat*
thewB, moderator of the iWifiBl Aaaem
blv t>f th** I'reshyterlan Church ln the
Inlted States; tlie Hi-v. I>r. Edward
Lincoln Sn.ith, assoclate seeretary of the
aa Bonrd of I'ommistiloners for
Forelgn Miaalona; Mr?. .Sn.tth, Jrunea
... wi ??'-tiiiidernt. r of the Oeneral
Assembly, nnd Mrs. Yereance.
Prealdent Hlbben th<n made an address
oti "The Hnbjt of Inreeponsiblltty." ftand
Ing al ihe speakers' table iii fronl ol
PreBldent Hlbben whlla ha waa n;>4-aking
?,<*i4P a Hitial! Princeton tlger. as Im
siarti'd to speak he saitl t'.at nt thls tlme,
when stump apeechea wera h.-ing mud.. on
all cornera, ha wa*-* t.ot aura at tir.it
whether the tig?T beapoke polll
AtSSERTS SHE REWROTE PLAY
Mrs. Furness's Contention Denled by
Trial of tho sult brought bv Mrs Kdlth
Ellis Ftirnct-.H agalnst Lee Biiubert, tho
' it Theatrtcal Company nnd Mrs.
Rlda Johnson Young for a $10,000 share
of tho royaltlea ot tbe y'.ay "The Lottery
Man" wns begun in thi Buprema Court
\. -t- 111.IV.
Mrs Purneaa saM she araa engaged by
Bhubert company in UN nn mage dl
r. rtor 'it $K?*i a week for six nionth***. She
-l.t- x\gf to recelva a part of the
royaltlea of any pinv on wbleh she acted
aa collaborator Sh* rearrote "Tba L..t
ter) Man," she allegc.s, hUt >*he made no
demand fur ber royaltfea tor one year.
Th. Bbubert company aald tbat Mrs
Furneaa bad to d.. arltb tn.* play only in
bar oapeott*/ ?? st_ge dlretnr. making
aui ii BuggeaHona for cbangea in the line*
as aB) ona in ber place would be expected
The defendants said the sult was an
effort to take tba glory and fume away
from Mrs. Young.
sale or Lossr-va awericana
An BUtOgraph dOOtUBant and letter from
Rlchard B. Bwall, Confederate general,
sent ln IIW to Henson J. Losslng. brought
erday, the highest price. at the
.-on ol the aali of p.trt ill, of the
Amerleana oontalned In the library <f tba
|l . Mr. Loising. tbB Anierican hlstorlan.
;t,-r, whlch wns partly a a py of
one sent hy General BweU to Oeneral B,
B. I^ee. gives an BCCOUnt of the burnltig
of Rlchmond, putting the hlamt for the
lofting and bnrnlng of thal <ity on tbe
Leglalature and the dty offlcers Oebrgi
I?. .-'inith vvas the pur. !ia?-er. He also ob
t...tn'i for PM a rare letter of (jenera-.
Charlea L*-**-* or> ih* defence of New York
One hundred and htxty dollars wai- paid
on ortler for ? four pat-e rnaauacript top,
? f Major (iuilfonl Dodley Young's report
af the attaeh on tha Brltlah at ft Kegi* in
im*., wntteii t.y the Rea Blaeaer WlUiaata.
An orlginal copy of the "Provlsional Con?
stitution and Ordlnaaoaa for the People of
the t'nited Htates." by John Hrown, of
Oaawatomie, waa sold on order for 1225.
George U. Smith gave |M0 lor a contem
porary manuscrlpt account slgned b|
Celenel H Leavtatwertli ln i8M, of "The
Battle Of Lundy's Lane." Th? total of
the afteraooa laaalea arag **'.,cit ;*>.
\t tba eyenlba nnd t'.nai Beeetoa the
top prlca o* t u sai. was obtained. when.
after aoma keen ,-..tnpi*tittou in tha bld*
Mno iieori-e l>. Hrnith paid B.MB for
?-n,t lt said to be an e_***B8lvely rar.
iinnt of the Maw *ferh fHtr Hall. ln
IW0 a perapectlve vlew taken from Wall
I enaraved by C. Tlebout rer a
"olored view of "The City of New Tork
in the Btate of New York, North Amei
,,..,,?? palnted by Willlam lllrcb. and en
gravea by Ban uel Beymour, Robert Kdea*
h, ? u nald 11,800
. total "f the enlire sale of "t'tf lots
was t_ 4.';: 80, whii'h la un average of
$4447 a int. This la regerded t.y tba ex
parta an un aacellent average
MANDEL ESTATE HERE $200,000.
The New York estate left by Leon Man
d.i. a wealthy Cbleaaa iryaoada mar
Cbant, who dled on Novenilxjr 4. 1911. WOA
valued yeaterday by tba state trani-fer
tax appralaer at tbtoMB, 'rt.is n**opert-*
conslated ol rea| eatate. ihe aill of Mr.
Mandel provlded for the cancejlatlon
without payment of lhe homis lie beld 01
the Hebrew Orphan Aaylum ami of the
.\' s.i -.hiIoti foi tha Improvement of the
Condition of the Poor.
?Vllllirn II Keech, of i'lttsburgh. who
, i.',i rn May I, IM, 1* Tt a net estat.. ln
v, w Yoik of TlfiM. Hls entire estate waa
', lued at fji_.M0.672 _
WHAT 13 GOING ON TO-DAY.
? ^ ,4,1,111-1.in tO tba Anierican Muneuin of
*? n'',,:.? i Ti-*?'??* *??? MetropolltM Muaeumof
a!. the N?w Yort J5ool4?flcal Park and the
yg? t ..uiaiilt I'ark ^llMMUB.
)*,?,. rood Ibow, 7l?t baglnant Armory*
-f tl.e New York Ki?ctriC4?l Boelety.
?\:]:;,,: .?,.i i4oth ttreot, s p. m.
. ?_.< nt the Wtunen's 1'nlverslty
"I';*'?'"lubho.'.e! l? * ^^ *vm,ue. |
_??_?___?? o' the Hoard of IMur-atlon. 8:15
**:*";? ? Wadl'it Hlah tebttrt. lUtb streat.
plb'ic benlrt tb, 4th atreet aa_ ?* rtraj
:',*,'c*. -lhe Work of the Stri-et 4 '1-anlna
^.c-pait t.ienl.** WillUm H. BiWOttg; PuMIe
Prhool 4.4). Mth Btreet. eeel of F rat avenue
??MaraetllM ?wn tne BWItra, 'irof*";'^
r-harlea ' <'iHrk; publle leboel M.itl^
?*^m 0f .seventh ?venu?. Kle.-trlc
Rallways." Tbee-ere I Jonea, Publi. School
iv. inoO (tirtei and Wad?worih aveiiut. Hait
Rhilngold.*' Mlaa Narl .i.-veimM Wlloan;
Behool J?l*, Audubon avarua nr.n le-'tn
?The Planete." Proffrsaor P.obert v\.
Prentlaa; Hrl.r.*** Te.-ltnleal In?tliute. No. 3*>
-iiuiveiant niu-et, "chUirine and Hydro
enlorlc Acld." Dr. winiam L aat-t-teeke;
i|.|.,i'. No, 101 Went IMth htreat.
I Aurellua." P Allan I Mail; Si.
Ilua'a Church, No. 431 Wtot 4?th
itreet. **Tli4i Cail of Uie D?s?it." Jamea W.
"lady of m m
Vietor Herbert's Musical Pot
pourri Full of Spirit.
Elsie Janis, Montgomery and
Stone an Invincible
One way of brlnglng on an atta.k of
good splrlts from now on wlll be to go
.ind see Elsie Jan'.s. Davld Montgomery
ani Fred Stone ln "The Lady of the Sllp
poi " There ls no dellberate aleg.? laJd to
oae'l good plrlta In the new play, elther.
They Just come laughlng along ln the
train <.f brlght nonsense anil good mUBBB.
For Vietor Herhert'a muslc has orlpln
allty and dlstlnetlon, wlth orchestratloii
worth MeteatBg to.
Tho lady of thfl sllpper lfl no other thmi
our old frlend Clnderella, nnd CllldereUa
I*1 again no other than our young frlend
Elala Janls, who, when she laughs over
the footllghts. is everybody's frlend. In
rary delightful blue silk rags Cin>i<*re!la
- t by tiie BreeMa and daaeafl about it
wlth her black Persian lamb cat. In
whlte satln and Jew-ls she dances nt tr*.
prtace'fl ball. And as long as phc dances
every one is gay I>yst nlght''- :?u-H, ?.."?>?
refuaed to let her go ..ff the stai-'" as long
bi ctapplng could keep h.-r on Then
there was a opeoa reaervod for the cele*
brated Janis lmltatlons ln the third a< I
Among thc.-e were Hiirah Berahflfdt, BB
she would appear Mnging "llV" rybody's
Dolng It," Intcrpreted as a trngedy;
1'rnnk Ttaaey rahearaiai a pteeeaatry
wlth tta orcbeetra leader; Qeorga ht
Cobaa 6lnKlng on? of hl_ national -oiik*
There were many more. *
Celebrttlea passed ln review kaleldo
scoplcnlly as Mlsa Janls darted about the
stuge ln a whito spotllght. chang.ag curla
(uid dlmplr.H to sult the passlng need.
Then there were Montgomery and Stone,
bflfk again to be greeted by many ud
mlrers. They were thelr old Bilves and
some new. None of the BgBflflBltlOfl tnft*
have won th.m buna was omltted last
nlght, from the BtTflW man and the
pumpkln head t"> the dfl*fl*rln| prliefight,
which waa a featura of tha Lamba* Oam*
bol laat May. They borleaqued themoalvea
ln the Brat song and dan<*** tha)
put over together. Tbey came on singiy
and BB niasse, met the plot, greeted it.
lauated it. Irippai it up, bandied it ataui
oreaead swords with it. an,i Baally mada
lt their own. Davld Montg.itm--y .. chlef
"alone" part waa ln the song BBBdad,
where he, ln Turkish dress, follow ed by
hls lurge be-trouscred har-m. thing
OOUplOtfl ahout the house at unsuspt-cting
facea hc recognlzed. Thla festlval Ra*
Ished up wlth a Turklah trot.
The evenlng wa. full <>f 'iirprisea. Fr? d
Stone came lu wlth a sllv-r puBOh
Thc worst was expecteil. hut no on*"
fneaaed what form lt WOUld take. The
bow) waa parebed aa ? claaala padaatal
and thereafter WM the fo.ua for aoflBB of
th< qualateet taumora of thc Inlmltabla
Btoue. In the < ourse of avenU I ??
up on a plaea In th?* floor that ? '
apfinally te hls advanccn. It was not tha
only place. All the furniture wai-- llk**
wifc.- oonatrueted As an <xit u>
"Punch Howl Oltde" tbe danoer-athlete
crojsed the stage In three eprlngH. fr.,m fl
.?.ettei- |0 B rhfllr, from tl.e thajr lo 4, ta
bl? and fn.'ii tta table f-,r oul Into t1.
wln*?.*.. Whether he landed in the flo?
or merely In hls dres-lng r".- m 110 4,n.
There lf. no! only wir-e, w.iman, song
nnd Montgomery aad Btoae ta "The Lady
of the Sllpper," but there Is Lopool
to drop down from tha whlte moefl and
daaea tha baiiet ?,f -Youth." And auch
la thr h-iilt of the rest of the play that
the little Rnaataa, wlth aii the tradl*
tion-" of tta Imperlfll bellei it, hei -1 ib
ly, yet arplrlted Km.-e. waa quite ln keep.
ing LopoUbOWB was BBOthei that tho
audleeoa dung to They ?lapped aer?
eletently la k**i h??r ta show- ti,? "Vouth"
over agaln. lt was only t,he sudden en?
trance of rred Bteao aa a Ruaalaa pe
tentate that Baally BlfcaCB- the house.
Pers.iniU ipeetalttae, though tbey taha
chlef place la 'The Lady of tha supper,
are not the only BpedalHaa, Therfl are
BOenl? burprlses, too Who WOUld hnve
thought ?f aeetni la Just a muoleal
comedy- e IWrj ,?,H''t' "it>1 f;ls"' ?,an,'s
iBBlda and Itentfomery and stone ?s
coaehiaaa aad foetman, daa-hing through
the Rlght, iiniwn hy flbl mllk whlta
ponlae, raetai to th** prinre's baJlf a
Blmtlflf feut ln stag.-eraft once made the
Beaaatlafl ot the hour ln "?Bea-Hor " Tha
aeeaery, BMoallt an.i uareel, nash.-s by
lfl the haekground, and llnally the pfllaee
ls aeaa at a tura la the read Thie? _e,i
wiii4h .omeH at the end of the ttrsl BOt,
|fl certalnly well done and d.-s-ri. .1 all |
the oathtfetaera that was ahewered on ll
lafl night. Anether aeeah Boveltj wea j
R tranaformatlon, which eama al Iheiend
of the last act. when the haek wall ?T \
tha Btaaa ranlflbed and Bhowed a roun
taln compoa-d ol atatueequa hgute.*.
with light and water ,-layliig OVOf them,
th. topmoet ona of them balaaeed aa a
larKe ball. repr?-B<*i.ting the earth, ar
wflS toaaed un and aupported In mldalr
by the fountaln aeyai r.
The l)4,ok I'V AniiH ?'aldW"'ll ami L*W
ratse, McCarty, and tta V',1'VV.'To i
unea, furntabad h roed beala fw tn*
workof the clever prlnctpala. who tarned I
bor." and for onca the flavor oi a 1.
Ution la tacklna, Th s la al t 00 oal
'.ilglnal, hut ln the oilginal. lt haa the
r\KT oy "THK udy OT Tin: ILIPPaR."
Th- rrown I'rlnn- M-?lmlll_n. 0 j_?aj_?*J_
a!,',';''. i.t..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.... . Bamiiel Bui benk
__tuuaa''i .*-'? F*aem
; """_.'. .irert A. Ctoiie
_ln__.a '".'.'.'..... .Ulllaa Laa
rteaMtU '.'...??.&?**" v"'"r
Th? raUv' Hn'dm'othtr. .'.'.'.'.'.'.Vl? lai. Huahmoie
y.faL. .rio..in- Wllllam.
,Zm. i->*n? Oatea
i ___vlca.<W.0_?dr? *7-""
hlM, .' ..TT..I.illi.n Rlee
Gratoban..".'.'.- . An?*" W-amera
l'reiiiPr jianatJae.Lylla U,y .Vo.an
Society and the Theatre Repre
sented?Oomposer Has a Box.
Among tho well known peo.de ln the
audlence at thc Globe Theatre were htffl,
'< Reginald Vunderbll*. Mr. and Mrs. (ieorge
!j. <}ould, Mr. and Mrs. 1'. A IVnii.l.i
1 Wllllam H Stackpole, Kllsha Dyer. Mr.
ar.d Mra. Frank A. Vanderllp. Mr and
j Mrs. PhiHP Lydlg. Thomaa B. (.Iark.
1 juies BaebOj Itehert <;oeiet, millaai
! Rhlnelander Stewart and Mls-i Btlle
j Vietor Herbert. . C4inposer pf the openi,
aat ln a box wlth hls family. Others w.ll
known to Hroadway WOTB Klotenz glflf.
feld, Jr., Jerome Blegci aud Nora Haycb
and Jack Norworth.
Al IHE VARIETIES
Florence Roberts Discards Sor
row and Wins with Smiles.
M'GRAW HIT AT COLONIAL
His Star Pitcher, "Rube" Mar*
quard, Well Received at
This ls the* day ln the t,.*yatrcs when
most of us prefer to laugh father than to
cry. So now we have Florence Roberts.
star of many a turgld drama, forsakln*
her Zazas and Saphos for a wc-man who
has not a past?at leaat. of the erlmson
varlety?ond who knows how to look
upon the worid with a smllo upon her
"The Woman Intervenes" ia tho tltle of
the one-act sket.h ln which Mlss Roberts
mada her debut rs a comed'enne at R. F.
Keith'a Fnlon S..i:are Theatre yesterday.
Ard after uli the years when Misa Rob
arta haa Failed to ?am especiai popahtrlty
ar an Retress of Borrow, It must he a
source of satlsfaetlon to her to kt.ovv that
she recelves as much applause?nearly -
aa Florence Tempest. who dances llghtly
Into the realm of the amllence's favor.
After seelng Mlss Roherts in coimdy,
which her present pluylet Ih tn the maln,
It is a source of WOndeff why the actress
amuaad aa la tbal way here he
fon*. Aa lb! woman who lniervenea In u
man'-* lova affalrs wlth i married woman.
both to lava tbe woman, a frlend, aad to
eaptura tba man for heraelf) aba is de
UghtfuL st.e has to ba Md occaalonally,
bUt leavea ua with a smilo. e/bleb Hroad?
way Jones Oeorga M. Cobaa daelarea la
the only way. And the result ls a sketoh
that pleaaea, avea ir H <*"?'"? r*01 '?*?'*""
loud laugbter from tbe maa who thinkj
a klck well placed is tht* funr.lest thing
In the wor'.d.
"College Town." a mualeal comedy In
miniature. ls the aettlng for Florence
Tempest, former assoeial.- uf Fuiiahlne.
The settlng ls much more attractlve than
the sette.. Never, aXCCpt 08 the stage,
was tbera nu-.h ii beauti eborua of men
college students, and tba whol at
raoapbare i.f the ataga tewa is of the
Bplendoi ol tba chous men's
whlte flannela Tbejr abtg, thei dance,
inn cblefly they aet aa acenery tor Miss
it, it la anotht r ca i '
dwarfing the actora, foc although Mlaa
Tompeat la prettj and dancea gracefully
.., i iblnea arlth the re
qulred brtlllani ?? not at alL Bha r.Ived
g fi -ti. ber frl< al
lay'a m.aii.. ' led acarcelj
?nough to arreel recognltlon from
audlencea arho do net kaoa ner name.
Paul Morton, youngeat maacullna mem?
ber of tha Four Mortona, wai aaaleted by
Naoma Olaaa la giving a number ol
aonga and d.u *? itrung I ?.*?'! ? ??>' dle
loftM whi. i. arai m i h av ra tl aa onii
"Honor Among Thli ?????*." ?' ?b< ten by
?r,.v. r. ..nl Bcott Weli li. deallng
of th- best 1
which lacki d unll ?'?*?'
and Burt, ln II l ? ??? ?* farce,
?A Hav. H. Uit," " ' l*** ' ' ?'??' '"*llfl'
o-loua laugbter, while
,.,?, ? ... an Maa vvere Anna Vou.ln.
[i BaranoK, ln **i'-'11" ?**?" '"'"*?
Bchreck and Perdval, tumblera aad tba
oton trutht rs.
:,; befora Um footllab
ball 1-i'hii.il them w?* the or.ler of Ibe
nlghl uat nlgbl al twe ?>f iba titsft
vauddVllle theutres. They wero R. T.
Colonial aad Hammerateln'a Vlc?
torla and tb? ?*** Idola of tha "fani
made tbelr Men v .rk ataga bowa wera
John J MeQraw, dought) manater of the
i.i.ti.tn. ami -Rube" llarauai l, pitcher of
?These look up though they were ln*
t?aded foi .rpee," araa thi aray Maa
aKer McOraar characterlaed tba huga
boraeeboe ol American Beautlaa, the aii.ci
h.ving cup full of flowera aad tho other
iin,Har offarlnga that wera loaded ever
(Ulgbta and apon tba ataga after
taa manager'a urformal Uttla chat if tbi
mana ? r bad been a corpea ari I ?? b
certalnl) la not, elther aa manager or
footllghi f illowi i be muat aurely hava
beaa wakened from the d...,d l.y th.* te
ceptlon wblch followed tba flaahlng of the
I ... | .. i ippeara i on tba acreea
Matbewaon, DoyH Murray and
of i.i.-- plaj ra w< ra la tha Bl |i
boxea to weleome hlm, nnd dld it so ibor*
ougbly, with tha aaalatewea of Iba otber
baaeball admlrara In the audien.*.., tbal
the pooi manager bad lo Bpend an un*
comfortabla few minutea waltlng for the
im ?o aubaMa
\- an antranca on the stage tha recep?
tlon .-.Kiidn't hav beea lmproved apoa
Nin would it hi.* bard for avea Bernhardt
,,, ,.,,aal tha appre* latlen lhal followed
Mr McOraWa departue \- a huko
celebrlt) ha arlll probablp nevei hava tha
endurlng fame of Bernhardt but lt
Bhould be dlatlnetly underatood tbal aa
un ttftor hu was moat BUOCCMfUl Main
a :tar arould envy hitu hla praaenee nnd
personallty, and tba way he toi.i the lit?
tle Inddenta <<t baaeball llfe that madn
up his act for tha moat part was Mme*
thlng a i"' ot his vaudevllle aeeoclatai
could pattera arlth baaaal le themeetvea
\?, ? en he touched on more aerleua aab*
Jt-etH, partlcularly the leOB Of ?M Herle*
tn th** Red Sox. there was | ayiapethjr
from hin hearara that any i.ne arould like
ti> have And hi** hlgh pratoe af Baod
grass. Wlth tba HimoiiiK-einent of hla ra*
rngagement for next year, and eompH*
to "Mitttv," won for hlm three
roualng eheera aad ? "tlger" Of eeoree,
ba win not alwaya have tba Idebalng au
gteaoa tbal ke had last nlaht, bal tbal
w'.ll nol prevent hlm from provlng a hlg
drawlnf lard le Iba aMaageaeeat wbleh
The hlll, la ftddPlon to Manggar Mc
OraW, eonlained the Alpha Troiip.*. Da
Cailea, nay rot. "The Daaea Draam."
the Bketch. "And They Mved rtappy
0V?r Vf'er." Frank North aml company,
Mitude I?-imhert and F.rn.st Rall. and tba
81x (Irunnthos Hiaters.
Down al Harhmerstcin's Vlctorla slmi
lar aaeaaa ot aathuataem wen* being
cnactid when Mut'i'iard trod the boards.
Hls aet had a slnillat atmoaphcro. and
aitt.ough ht* ? a-f and laaead tt was
chlefly the arotiwi ot the bail park that
waa ????* plaatWa As R *llt<llPr ?%Ilu"
rjuard ls of the best: as a slnger. he makes
fun even of hlms. if. I Bl a.-* a dan er he
ha* no aaaat IO, and bl the "Marquan!
(HIil.-." ilaiicl wlih hls luftnor, Bloa
som BeelBT ha btfa for honors ln the near
Tlie remalnder of the bill at Ilammer
steln's Vlctorla Include*! Ml!.- BOveradO,
taa ifeaaieb rom, ,'*1nrad un-i Whlddea,
Cartamll and KarHa ?iiff Oardoa, wn
lard Slmms In ' Fllnders I Furnlahed
Flat." Matliiulll and Sylvester. l'at
l'.oiu.iy and Marlon Rent. Gaby, and tlie
The popularltv af the extiavaganza as
_n aatertalaaaaal for both young and aM
"Point to the rise and carecr of William Sulzer.
4 hlldren Is proved ome more by the eu"
ceea of TUBB ln Hoots," whlch appears at
l'ro.-tor's Fifth Avenue Theatre for a
second week. shuring honors wlth Mlllan
Miaw, aaag Bonologiei 11 ara? i.-ss thaa
two months ag., that Mlsa Shaw appeare I
j.t thla flBBBfl theatre, but her populanty
yest. rday waa as great aa though ahe waa
a neweoaBer ar..' an erlglaal dlaeeeery.
She ls i"in_ltig and talklng rie-reral BOW
pUBBbeflB at thls uppeaiaii'*"*, non-> of
Wbleh has a greater populanty than "I
(i..t ... Rock "
Tl.e Four i.r.tenainera also entertalncl
on the blll. which ineluded ln addltion
rred Duprea, monologlit, Eva Taylor <v
Co. ln a comedy. "On tne Q. T." ReltT
4, Unncers. the Wcoda and \\'ood?
Trlo, lu "An Blopement by Wire," ani
W< 'ilward'a I'oalng Doga.
Mr*. I.ar.gtry, now moro familiarly re
iii'-inlered as Lady De Bflthe than fts th*
fornv r "Jeraey I.lly," la appearmg ln her
WOBderfttl gowna and her suffragett'*
Bhetch, "Il'-lplng the Ch :se," at II. F.
Keith's aihaathraThaatra this w-e.-k. The
skiteh d.als wlth the canae as lt 1*
kneWfl ln England, prescntlng it In a
. omedy ii_lit.
"The Land of the Dykes," the Dut"*h
plcture book playlet of Sam Chlp aiul
Harblo, i? anoth. r number on tta
Mtl, which ulno Includea "Thc Concealcd
Bad," a Bcotcta oomedletta, by Oraham
Woftat, author of "Buoty i'uiis tha
Btrlnga." other featurea of the pro?
gramme are Kate Watsoii. "The Trul.v
Rural GHrl"; M.-nlta and Lew Ileam. lt
"Hits of Muatcal Comedy"; llaydn. Dun
het and Haydn, wrtisth- oddltlea; Cun
nlnghara -t"d Marion, acrobatlc come*
dlana; Buckley'a anlmala aad the Qraseri
la a mualcal and danctag novelty.
At H. 1*. Keith's Bronx Theatre Tiyl>r
Granvlllo and I-aura Plerpont are preaent*
ing "Th>j Byoteaa." a sk.-tcri feaBaa wlth
Rtemberfl of the underworld and the Polloe
Department. 'da Brooka Hunt and Cherl*
d.th Slmpson appear (,4 ? muslcal number
and Wlneor MeCey, th" cartoonlat, glvea
ln,. inovtug nlcture certoona Jlm Wa*
mood un.l Byoll Brennan. tha Avon Corn?
ed) POUT, in "Tta New T.-ai her" : Kiiht
aen and BeJdwin, oomedy fugglere; Uc
Cormaca and Wallace, ln a rentrtloqutal
sk i. Tha Tornadoes. _?ilal twirlera, and
Banaone and Deiila, sensHtiorial gymnaata,
complete tha blB.
? Th.- K..H.. Mald" Is maklng B WBOB of
it _t the Qraad Opera Roaee, to the de*
llght of lower West Slde UlOaUCIOflrB
The Qranlchfltaedten operetta makes a
|le4isant evenlng'. entertainment
Prlfcllla Knowles made her debut yes
lerday a* a memtai of n. W, Keith's iiar
lom Opera House atock company. She
hiul the rolo nf Kate Fallon, gnOWB :"t
?|'il}.4> Knt4-," ln Paul Armstrong and
Wllaon -ftxatr*a popular drama 4,f tha
underworld, "The Deep Purple." The
(4l_%. wlth Its thrllllng atory and exi-.-ll.-nt
typee, n celved ? gooerowi wetootae.
Tta W.st Bad Theatre offers "Thc
Ilrut.." a probl. m pl.iy, ,,y Frederi.-k Ar?
nold Kummer. wblch waa seen recently at
tta Thirty-nlnth Street Theatre. For
thoae who llke a play wlth a mmeh thla
haa some real onea ln the third act
HEAD OF Y. W. C- A. DEAD.
Chicago, Oct 28 -Mrs. George V. De
Forest, chairman of the Young Women's
Chrlatlan Assoclatlon, of Chicago, dled
h<*re yesterday, at the residence of her son,
F. B. De Forest. She had tx-en tha head
of the Young Women's Chrlatlan Asaocl
atlon for six years. Mrs. De Forest leaves
two Blsters and a brother, Mrs. John vv.
Hoogland. Mra E. M Peck and M. L.
De Forest, all of New York.
MME. JUDITH DEAD.
Paris. Oct. 38.?Mme. Judlth. on? of
the great actreases of France, whoee rep?
utatlon rlvalled that of Rachel. of whom
ahe was a klnswoman, dled at the age
The marriage of Mlas Elsie Kodman,
daughter of Mra. Thoma_ H. H4idman, and
Dr. Arthur Seymour Voaburgh, son of Dr.
Ilt-njamln F. Voaburgh, It was announced
poaterday, WlU take place on Saturday,
November 2. Oniy relatlves and a few
lntlmate frlenda wlll be preBent. After
an abaenna Ot a few weeka Dr. and Mrs.
Voaburgli wlll return to thls clty and
make their home at No. 137 Kaat ?th
Street Dr. Voaburgh waa graduated from
Columbla Coiiei*.! Ir. 1**>\ and three years
later from the College of Physicians and
HERZ TO WED EDNA O00DRICH?
Coraedisn Fails to Appear at Re
hearsal and Rumor Uets Busy.
RBlpta Uerx fall.-d to report at the re
hean-al of "Bae.helorB and Benedtcta" last
nlghr. und lt la reported that he haa gone
to Toronto, Where, rumot says, he and
Edaa i luourlch are to be married. Her_
B..r,t a note to Jani'H Montgomery, one of
tiie authora who ls dlrectlng the r.-hear
sals, t-aylng he would report at Sprlng
deld, Kaaa., to-morrow ta tlaae for the
Merz wa--" married to LulU liiaaer, b:it
they erere rtlvorced a few year_ ago. His
Ust appearance ln New York was wlth
?The Charlty Glrl" at th.- Globe Theatre.
He la nchediled to open In tha priuHp-1
role In "Hachelora an.l Bdoedl lfl ' at the
i ilt.rlon Theatre Saturday nlght. Iflflfl
Goodrlch, thfl fourth Mts. Mat Goodwin,
ls playli.g ln vaudeville.
EDWARD VITALIS FARGIS.
Bdward Vltalls Furgis, B menib>-r Ol an
old Fr. n< h famlly, dlad on Buoday Bl his
home, No. 163 Weat Bd Btreet, la his
fl-ghty-fleeeatta year. J't-e funeral wtfl be
held ai ihe Chureh nf Bt Praaela Xavier.
Ill West 16th street. t.-morrow morning
at 10 ,,'clock. and thfl hurtal wlll I ? la
Um famlly plot in Oreeaweed Ceeaetery.
Born in KflW York. Mr. Fargla was the
?Ofl of Picrre Fargls and Zelle de Belmas
Fargla ii- was adueated ta the pubitc
schoola here. During lha early *W'a Mr.
and his two hrothera became
membera of the Voluateer Flro Depart?
ment and wero for many >ears attached
to Bnglne Company 38. One of hls
brothera, who was Hsetstdtit foreman ol
tha company. laat bla Bfa ln the famoua
augar houae fire in Duaaa Btreet in uwa.
Following hls return to 'hls clty from
Callfornla, where he had gone In IMI dur?
ing thc K-old craae, Mr. Fargls entered thc
jew.-irv buaineaa Ha **??** at one tlme
Baaociated with Tlffany A Oa. Mr. F-Jgtfl
was alao Bl 4?ne tlme ae.-retary of the
auperlor oouncll of the Bodety or bt.
Vlncent de I'aul.
DR. WILLIAM HENRY HARLON.
Bed Pank. N. J.. Oct. 2S.-.Dr. Wllllam
Bear) HaHaa, a retlred physlcian. dled
yeaterday at hls Oceanport home. from
liver troubl.,. aged seveivty-two. Be was
pr ooflt Bl Ibfl attack on Fort Humter
Bnd aaw the fort recovered by the federal
forcea He aarred two and a h.lf years
as surgeon on the lronclad Montauk. and
later was a member of Oeorge O Strong
Poat O. A It.. and James B. Morri<4 Post,
No. |?. of iAing Braneh.
I?r Harlon wae a bu.nelor, and made
hls home wlth hla a -'er. Mrs. George
Woodward. He waa formerly a fcleral
exn.rt on Insanity Ha b.-longed to the
Holy Name Bodety of tho Hur of the
Bea Church, Long Braneh. The funeral
wlll ho held oi) Tuesday morning. and the
burlal wlll b? ln Holy Cross Cemetery,
Flatbush, Lung Island.
ISAAC 9. R0BERT8.
Montclalr. N. J.. Oct. 2S.--.aaae S. Rob
erts. alxty-three yeara old. dled to-day at
blfl home. No. 24Gates avenue, from pneu?
monla. Mr. Boberts was promlnent in the
Masonio order. He waa founder and pres
blent of the past commanders' assoclatlon
of New Jersey. A wlfo, two daughters
and a brot4ier aurvlve. The daughtera are
Mr- Jamea Wilaon Hall, of Newark, and
Mlas He'.en Maxwell Boberts, of Mont?
clalr The brother la Judson Roberts, ?rf
New York. The servlces wlll be held at
the noberts home to-morrow evenlng and
b'irlal wlth Masonlc rltes will be made at
Lambertvlllo on Thuraday.
Bruf-els. Oct. 2_?Edgai Tlnel. the Bel
giun musl'* composer ind dlrector of the
Itc-val Conaervatory of Muslc, dled to-day
at'the age of flfty-ejght.
ZEBULON E. TOWN3END.
Paterson, N. J . Oct. 28? Zebulon E.
Townaend, who for forty-two yeara was
conneeted wlth the offlce of the Sheriff ln
thls county, died at hle home here to-day.
It waa hls boaat that for forty yeara
he had never mtssed an openlng day ot
any term of the Paasalc County courts.
He wik the son of Nathanlel Townaend,
who for two years. waa the Mayor of Pat
' erson. and who held tne ofllce of Sheriff
I two ? B.wowneend waa a
| candldate for Sheriff In Novem'ier, 1S78,
on the Democratic UokeL but was de?
feated He leaves .* daughter, Mr*.
Thomaa Dn w
Fans, Oet. -s Frdddrle Veraoa, "ne
of the leading Fratkt h t-ngra\e:>. died to?
day at the kro '-.f flfty-four.
CAPTAIN FRANK BRINKLEY.
Tokio, Oct. 28 ?Captaln Frank Rrinkley.
Japanese correepon '.< nt of "The Times."
Of London, for many years and fort-4Kti
advlaer 'o tba Japan Bteamahlp Company,
dled to-day at tht age of sev?nty-one.
CAPTAIN HUGH DONNELLY.
? 'aptain Hugh Donnelly, who for twen
ty-rive yenr.** wau a <.*-rk in the Mipreme
Court, dled in Bprlngfleld. Ma??.*-? . Havir
day after an lllneea of t* n ilays.
During the most >t hla time In the court
Captaln Donnelli waa tha clerk of Trial
Term, I'art '-'
He waa a reteran of the Clvll war.
Befora ha became a clerk of the court
I.e had praetleed law, Mth *n his former
home In Bprlngfield and 111 thls city.
Prrr. Katherlne John?ton. BleeaerM
I'rein..:). An.lreu 1*. Kllbreth, rfnphle.
IK Poraet, Carrla B. I.aimleate. Earrteet
?.-. Kuaan M Oxiioim, aoaaa i. K"
Farci* Ettrort V. Pel-aer, Ooroella P). C.
Fuhlan, Rleharl B Qulmby, C*yBtMa B.
Utx.'iridjr'', Ifargaral J
ii i; rt k v ;- Uoatoo, laturday, 0
her .*?.. i:.u. Katberti ?* vv'fe of f: i.
piochor of Mra t. J. CunnlDght?a, Ko *rwi
stit? ?? Funerel t?"'**at*-. Tuea
do> afternoon, a' Holj **? "*?"
bresnan ? '?? iaia Andraa i'
Brennan. yunaral froi ita leaataaaa
N'o *.!? Kl Hreokivn, O'ltoher 20.
DK fOREBT At or. tober 27.
carri- Bowdeo, wldow ef Oaarga V. T>*> For?
eat. Interment at Cypreaa Hllla eiuetery.
Notlea af aarylcea bereeftet
HP.viii.si.s sun-tn .\i Bdrrwods, mother ef thi
Ut.* Ma F Ptlwtte and l.lnli* A Snlffen
r ?. ? lav. Driober 2*1. 1P1_
t.t he* in-** '--..i.i. ?*. No. 149 PeeMh ?t.
I ieeM] a. nt 2 r- '"?
FAI'.i.lS On S;u, "i ?. ? -! 27. at hia laie
IBaMeeee, Ni. 181 Weat 22*1 m.. New Yoik
t it>, i-Xlvtmr.! Vttalil Farxia. aned 87 yeara,
?<m of tl;.* late Plerre Torgli and Eellt de
BaJmaa Fu;:era! aervlce w:!l te held af the
Chereh et at pyene-ia Xoirter. areet i?>tt, ?t.
b4tiwfrn Fifth an.l Hxth ,...s. M Wedn'a
day iiiomlnu, Ot. t*r SO, at 10 o'clock.
FITHIAN - 17 fia *l Hotel
Ht. Oeorge, BmeUyn, Rlcber-J n. Fut-oan
Kinor.,1 -? *; tbttjttWttot RefniHial*
Church. 14:h B<re anl IM II . V.'e.iv
oroatna, OcMber 10 ai ' eeleea. latenaeal
OOODRIDOB M..n<!aj. O,*tober ML a h-r rea ?
Idene. Ne 11 f?*eBt 7.4.1 a:.. Ma. garet A
fJondrtdgi., wldo* of John .' Good Idge. Jr..
an<l daughter ef ihe l?te Iaaao anl Mara?r?*c
E. Adrlamo N'..ti-e of funeral hereafter.
10HN8TON?la LandoiL Oetehfr 10. Eleanor
More, wldow of Theo.lt>! ?? V. Johnaton. Ku
norul from her late refld?ne?*. No 2V9 Mlll
at . Pouc'ikeepalc, Tue?.u*a>. octobar 20. at
2:30 p. fi.
KII.IIMKTH -Ai Houihampion. Ix>nf laland, on
ti. tot,ei 27, of pneuinonla. Bophia Kiihratn,
wldow of the late .Iitniee. T. Kl.breth
Funeral at .Souilianipion Tuesday, October
la ?t 1 p. m
I?tlMBI?BTA?-BaniBBt, aged 23 Funeral from
Tha EuaeraJ fhunh, Ko. 241 w>*.t 23d at.
(i-'rank i"amp!.ell nullolnai. 'I'lutrblai, I
o'elo*:l<. Autoniohl'i* orifge.
OXHOI.M?? Ei.t?r.-.l liuo leat October 28, 1012.
tiuitan L.ydta KellotfB Oiholni. wldow of that
lata f W. B nxholni. ln the 7?th y??r of'
her ac?. l-'unaral aervlcea at the realdrnea
of hor daughtar. Mrn Well* Olmated, No. 21B
North Hroadway. Yonkera. K, Y . Wednea
dav, Ortotrvr ?>, 1912. at 8 p m. Carrlagee
wlil meet N. T. Ortra' traln leavlng 42d at
at 2:06 i>. rn. Interment at Morrtatown.
N. J.. at eonvanlence of family.
PALM?B On Munjay. ?N tober 28, 1012, Cor
nella Elliabeth CheeBBro, wlfe of John D.
l'almer Funeral aervlcea at No. 20 I'earaall
?va Jeraey (Ity. N J. **Aedneaday avanlnc.
Oi-tobor 30, 1D12. at 8 a'cleeh. Interment at
fiton!na;ton, Conn *
QI'IMBY At FnOMt Orange. N. J . Otober 27.
11H2 rynrhla Enalrn. wldow of Edward K
Qulml-iy, ln her 80th vear. Funeral eervlcaa
wlll be held at tha realdenoa of her aon-ln
law Mr. Willlam O, Wlley, No. 44 South
Cllnton at . vve?1r*"iday. <><tol>*r 3<>, at 11
a. m . on arrlval of 1080 traln from Ho?
THE WOODEAWN CKMETERV.
t33d St. By Harlem Traln end by Trolley.
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