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THE SUN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1912.
SOCIETY TO THE OPERA
"Carnllorin Riistirjinn' nml
Tnalini-ci" StnM Tlioir
A 11 mint Conine.
MISS HOW AS "NKDDA"'
But It XpwIwI No Variation in
; Old 1'iivoritos to. Tnck
i "Every year tlit rotes bluom and every
year men Inve," riunnrkH Ouliln In one of
tthope tropical lomance.-" where nil the
people live In (.'Ian house unit the !un'
jrayi are fnoiis.sed on them. If she hail
(lived In New YmU she would have writ
jten. "And i-veiM, yr.ir the old double bill
'conies around nt the opera." Already
llant nlKht In the ery middle of I ho
Iserond week of the season "Cavallerla
llllKtlcana" and " I M Kilned" were glvn
at the Metropolitan. So the theme In
announced. The first variation, "Han.
sel und (iretel" and "IMrIIuccI." la nl
rendy ' to be played next week, nnd
Mnuhtless others will follow. They nl
'way do. for Rrent are Caruso and
i"P.-Rllaccl" In their unequalled act of
idrawliic a parked house.
There was one last nlwht. Kveryeentj
iwa.t Hold and all the mandlni; room was
IthronKed with patient Lombards, Tus-
cans and Neapolitans waltltiK to hear
the wild cry of "Itldl. I'aBllaccl'" Mr.
jt.'aruso was there to sIhk ItJn 111" own
irhararterlstlr style. What "nun- could
i There Is another way to make arlu- ,
ftlonn on the old theme and that Is by i
tchanclnc the east, 1-uat night there'
(was n new Xnlfta In Miss liorl. The
i other persons In this opera were Mr
Arnato qk Totilo and Mr ('.Illy na Kllrio.
Th Hinders In "Ciivallerla Hustlcana"
were Mme. Destlnn as Santuzza, Mme.
i'Duchene ns l.ula, Mr. Ollly us Alflo anil
Mme. Maubour as .iidu,
, Mr. Atnato, It may be ImaKlneil. did
'not keep his best to himself last night
in the prologue he demonstrated that
lion phraslug and ldgh tones do not
'hove to be Imported from Philadelphia,
.and ht the same time showed that there
ajre still brilliant tone and power Iti
?fiie local company.
p-MIss llorl was heard again with i
.pleasure, though perhaps not with tap
(lure. She was nervous In the early
part of the opera, and this condition
militated ayuliiHt brilliancy of tone
Hut the pretty utiullty of her light
voice was undlsgulsable The faults
noted In her singing at her ttrst iti
tpearance wele again manifest and so
also were the merits.
Those In (lie udlriirr.
SCENE IN "BROADWAY TO PARIS"
HKrffiH 7af nl
HjHlsL, ShV ValVaHL. kV rsssHsssssH
BEAUTY Ai ATHLETICS
traction was the piquant Irene. Itordont,
I wlio i no lotigHr tongue'usl liy tile ei-
Mrs. Stnrrow Says So nt n Meel
Inp' of the I'cilenition for
Voted llnwti In Federation of I.aibnr
After Storm? Debate.
fKiciiKiim. Nov. in, The. ndoptlon of
I the. principle nl Industrial unlonlam went
down to defeat hy a vote 01 tew man.
2 to I In the convention of tho American
Fedorntlon of Labor to-lay.
Stormy debates tietween 'ocialits nntl
tlioso support inn tlio administration acain
tnjirlteH tin. tlAf'a tirmfVKjinff H. At. tllft
I morn inn session n l)ghl seemed Imminent
I at one I into when Ju'iien C. Kg.iti, delegato
U'tii'i' tot'h wt'u civ till "f the Ohio ledernlion of IJilor, ft mem
II A I AUhl) (INKS I A.N J ,er of the Typonrnnhlcal ITnlon, oharac-
Im-Ita.! (ii.ukuiiiniivr.itei Industrialism
, , , .,. an "papier mach revolutlonlata advocat
TIlPV MllHt TllVOSt ill It. SIlC imrfreo Iovm and Kletcherlnm."
I 1 . ... 1 .1 ...ahIuuIi.
ionn Aiitcnen mirprii. r.-i jruw v
n utrnniT Heelitrntion that, he was ner-
sonallv in favor of Induatrlaliam. At tha
Decliires: Must Dnnce for
the .loy of It.
"Sice Rirls often mako pitiful eJihlbi
tionsof tlionifolves when I hoy ftlvo 'fancy'
tlant?ps in the sacred nnnin of charity,"
wild Mrs. .fames .1 Mtorrow yesterday
afternoon at a tneotitiK of the retloratlon
for Child Study
"As a rulo limy have not achieved any
muscular control whatever As for tho
odious dnncas which have caused so
much discussion during the past year,
they duKnd altogether for their character
on tlio persona doltiR them. I saw a Rirl
from Washington and u young man
connioslnn nf his talk he waa cheered by
both factions, being the only man thna
far to receive that courtesy .
BELASCO NAMES ACTORS
IN PLAYS COURT WILL SEE
Will Produce lioth Dramas
Tuesday to Show One
David Belaaoo'a promise made to Jus-
dancing tho turkey trot the other eve
!.,.. .,.! ,1.. I. ..I. I il.... lib.. I Vila '
The reporler was unable to see what'tloe Holt in the United States Circuit
like this" was. liecause three-fnurthi Court on August fl to produce ft play for
of the audience of severnl hundred women "i"!?1" performance in order that the
und four-fourths of the one man present might judge If he waa jpillty of
leatKMl to their feel, and those behind them Mm"i " turu.y,
(sunn not get even a squint 01 ion
way the lady from Washington had held
The conference was held in the meet
inghouse, as it is called, of the Ktlilml
Cultuie. Society, '2 West Sixty-fourth
street There was an audible murmur
of nalisfartion when Mrs. Storrow said
that a woman is never loo old to learn
"My mission iu life." she said, "is to
show what an old woman can do. I'm
not an old woman I don't mean ever
to be one Hut some of my contempor
aries aie. They have not learned, as I
have, that dancing is an investment that
yields health, happiness and fortune. I
owe my not being an old woman to my
love of dancing
"No one t hut dunces with the idea of
impressing the spectator will make a
success of it You must dance for the
joy of it And I may say right here that
Novemler 20. In the morning at the
Uelaaco Theatre he will produoe "The
Woman." by William C. Da Mflle. In
the afternoon he will also produce
"Tainted Philanthropy." a play by
Abraham (loldknopf, nnd from which
Hie author alleges, "The Woman" wus
Abraham (Soldknopf, whom Mr. Be Iosco
insisted on calling a barber in court, sued
David Uelasco for an accounting of the
profits or "The Woman," alleging that he
hud sent the manuscript of "Tainted
Philanthropy" to Mr. Belasco. and then
iu court Air. Belasco offered to produce
both plays for the !eneflt of Justice Holt
and the court agreed to attend. The
cose ua adjourned until after the pro
duction. "It will cost rue about 12.000," Mr.
Ilelasco said, "hut I want to show these
unknown authors once aud for all that
they cannot come into The courts and
attack every successful play I have with-
you can't doth'it if youare going to pinch , "ut M"l"nltling. to u comparison that will
vour feel into tastnonaiJle mines I lie , ,"''"-' ""r" " v
ion iiiusi give us its goou aciorn ior
. w ho e ouestion of grace, in nosture as well i
gem ics oi pantomime i.ut s.ing n. r pi- a i motion, begins wilii the feet if'our piay us you nave for yours." sug
quant couplets wi ll a degree or charm your feel are tired von ate tired all over " ; eounsel for Mr llolciknopf
1 M.l iiVi1"" V'ulwl Vi "r1 hl,7'h;' The women present craned their n.H-ks . 1 11 k'v; ,v '.x'tter." replied the pro
less apparition here Hut she should not f ji,. f , Stormw's own neitnl dui-er. "and I'll give you just as good a
.oneeuf her beautiful hair under the I.4'.', 'T, . ?MnXhri721mw I pr.sluction as 1 can u
lllllKHom ng wig "he nut on last night '..X.tM l'.M ' "" ' "K.. "Mr..K "H.r, When aolor follTsi.w the e.t If nlirht
(lertriide llof fiiianii Appc
There in "Krotn Hrtntiiwiiy
She has a iniuimuui of voice but her ' ,',.,1 Z ,m wi ei that Mr. belasco had engaged for "Taintetl
a i, Zinc"1 irTiV, "1rU.r,mrV"r"1:,,1,,'er "dd eag' leTlb they agPefl that, it was
,..s apiar i c, o e f the grateful reatmes . , . , , , f a, excellent one. " I fie Woman" is now
i ifl , r Just .o show them what an "old woman" " ' V tom1, 1 wl1,' br""BJ0 ,ow"
,y I It was the kaleidoscopic dancing or,,,...,,. ,in ,, rrli i..1t.1n.t uii . for the secial performance. Here are
Pocletv. seemingly content with the
local pern company, was out again In
good numbers last night. PPM I I V 'T
Xl,on.lf,ro l(i.,.v ..It win. tins ' " " 1 " ' 1
been run but rarely nt the opera of;
late, was iu tiux 3:'0. She wore a gown j - . 'r,.,,,,., ..f Wit
IMnrU'h I.' Nol.
of salmon pink brocade embellished
"with gold lace. Mrs. .1. West Hoosevelt.
who was also In the box, wine silver
gray chiffon combined with black
j Mr. and Mrs. Ciordon Willis and their
debutante daughter. Miss Kate Gor
don Willis, were with Mr. and Mrs.
K. Itcove Merritt In box 3.
Mrs. Willis wore gold colored net
heavily spangled with gold, her daugh
ter wearing pale blue satin and chiffon.
Mrs. Merritt wore black satin relieved
at the corsage with white "net nnd lace.
Mrs. James P. Kernochan. wearing
purple and sliver brocade, and Mrs.
William Metralf Bliss In emaruld green
fatln, w'ere with Miss I.eary, who wore ! A Ofnilarm
whlta brocade and Venetian point lace. 1 MiMf"' Vlncni .
Mr. and Mrs. William K Vanderbllt uoT:
ann itaioirc n. anu'Tiuii were in a
Mrs. M Lawrence Keene In black
Jetted satin nnd .Mrs. William Astor
Chanler wearing cloth of gold veiled
with while net were with Mrs. Henry
("lews, who wore gray satin and black
Mrs. Norman Whitehnuse in deep
violet satin veiled with black net
'spangled with net and Mrs. Henry W.'
Bull wearing black nnd silver tissue
over black satin were In box 30.
Mr, and Mrs. K. Krancls Hyde's
guests were Mrs. Itlrhard V. I.lndnbury
and Mrs. Henry I. Hurchell, Mrs. Hyde
wore an elegant costume of Venetian
blue nnd gold brocade and collar nnd
corsage ornnments of diamonds. Mrs.
I.lnrlahury woie cerise and white bro
cade and Mrs Hurchell wns In white
atln combined with chiffon.
Mi.s. Nelson Hurr In pale rose colored
satin and Mrs. Ansel Phelps, who wore
hlack Jetted charmeuse, were with Mrs.
the chorus, however, and its graceful ...... ....7 -..?...'., 1 the I wo ciLsts:
hiwI ...ik..l..ss , vi.v fi.u. ,n .(.. .n,ut "u",r "'" ',,.u,,., "'. ti-
i,,r ii, Xi ii.VL i , . i liack rows c imb onto tlieir i halre l-rom
tor the success of this latest niter liar- ,i1H- nnwirioii" i.ercties Ihev trsbwvl HUk.
den spectacle. That supplied the vivacity . X J"'"' J?hrd3r-yVvn- 1 r"
of the entertainment Clothed in s'U'h I .nJ. t -lancers exerv ( lMirflton
beautiful colors, thi-ought to I nough . -i V ....... a i... ...,s-i (irm.-
I III Itseir to prove a delight to the eve noniei-tie woman "when I would rather Mtlti" Sl.ndl.li
..... v....... ' ' '-"y "" Krallly ?M d'' '"T'nt now ' "s he'hesK ! ''" ..Van l
mi iiivn- seiie. mi iiiiiv. men ue'ie was cousiani T, "i i .., ..... .i ,.. ,. ..i. mi i.rg
lhinr KNe Is (ior"reoiis,
to He Sure.
"Ilroailnay lo I'srls" 4t the Wlntfr finr
ilrn. l.nn Tn Tom (lllbfrl
Vrnut Kthel Ilupklns
Apollo ilferifp AuIln Mwnre
Momui. Hrnry Avul
Siuyv.mil Vn ('ortlsmlt . .tsmes I' Huffy
lbflle Monnlnlr . . ..Marlon sunMilne
I. ate Shrrluik Ilalpll Aunlln
Rate Holmn . . Janif Carnindy Morion
.lotm W Cop
. Ilarelit Vo.b.lrrn
Kin in Holt
... .1 mi. le ton
V llllam IIoI.Iiti
r.lnl.,1 I.hll....k...... ,
... . .1 , f , . :.i ...... .1. I ,,,.,,, .
Vllill for Ibis belielit III , ,-"r" " Israels eaiu lol lliei r, Kll..b.lli ll.llun
tlr,,iuluiiv I.. Pin!.! i.l h,.,,l, .1 iiiin niieriioou s iianceK uiiiBirni.si me very; iij MmnHi.CwiH
so many other.elemenlH to Please the ex- , ?';.. "V W''J'", ,
ungle to lull the ear
' under the circutimt
an occasional lluuh of wn
have hhKisI in
Soil IIIUV be exigent 'i""1' ,M" "'", ;"' vunm imi-ii Tim NVIIaan
ances lo lisl; ror onlv , ''"- rigui iik.- ners .,,! . nana, h.in
V. i rtie O'llrlf r.
sui,;:"Tle inrgh, "be K of Mis, ' h". f Kirl in k.. lengl. Tl.eod";. Th.mp.-n ,
llornmuiiH costumes. Hut. howover oh- ,t " .hj ,.,.' T 1 in . . ...
Iwilnmilili, tliuv miirlit l, nn t)i I'rniinil ltlMl so-called nr.tunil exercises while , .lollll Uatta.
jectlonaiue tlie might be on the grounil t, chairs groaned and tottered beneath I HeM'vu Uoitor
of taste, no style of lireksing could in her f!"' , " j.5 louereii oeneaui Tn) A,niUn,,
case be really dangerous. i ,ne'r" r" l ,,.. ,., , Servant ...
ALWIN SCHR0EDER IN CONCERT, j jf'aph,d , 55 Ph'lth'ro.'
Harrv- C Hrawne
luti" tJrove. Mark I'owera
I.ee f hapln I
, . .Joepli I Sctirotle
I II in.
Alwln Sehroedei. the ecllKt. if.ie n eon
cert In Aeolian llall In -I eeiilng llieie
was alo llnluig Sehroedei, pianist, bill
"luce she Is the diiuchter of her father
the llrt sentence iniv be Hriniited to
ri'nrenre Walton hlar"' " slicelnrt siiiimnirv of the Itiei-
M l'letro ueiu
I lie proceedings lieiran wlieil the t Ml
playeil Kiiblil'leiu a nunitu III U inaloi.
WILLS AND APPRAISALS.
An Aci'ordlunl.t .
An Artlnte from t tie Knllen AtarJieny,
Tlie Amerli-an Dainerf.. lole anil Dlrksnn
Itnller It.r.kerV Tlio Sk.nell , no iiilinliei's
P.rclval Wlilrtwtn, the bicycle rhamplon.
C'liarle. A heam
Cdnlei'an a Ahearil Troupe
I'lnja anit I'lsyera.
Left nirinfXI s'arrenlana" th roi'. ,
Dinre-- hi. h a. .h rreled In Herman) j
anM I. t'tiu tie-nK riven In Munlth Hanoeri
anil oMife ,i-e. nt. I,en purcha.e.1 fftr
Amerlt-a li Klau a Rrlanger The play
ua proilui eil liert- la.t v.eU at the Herman
Tom I.e. i. the comedian mi vetertla
enjraae.l l,v i'hara Krohiiiin f.ir the i.iui.
ly pari In "The Huti.hlne (tlrl " 111 hlcll
The eompoaurs thus t-
lireeiited were llarh. I'hopin. lebiHyt
llriicli, llamlel :in.l ( omniin
Mls Sehroeiler us pjlp.iblv very lu-t-voii.1
und there is no question that Hits
caused some technical eiip t ns ensv
to see that the noiiuw' woman mis qulin
equil to tin dlltlcultles of the MiiMii; s(.
essayed to play s nn enenibe player
- . It ..... .1... .r. r .. u.lt ' sue niiii.mmi .i ipij iieu nniui tnui i mill
respects it whs he same sort of u bril-, ( wMrl WH, 1111,1(1),trt,s. , ,,,
liant s.ctacle that bus been so success-1 ()f ,rilin(llJf , , ,,,.r fB,llf.r
ful in the past ut this same institution. Mr Schroeder Is the s imo" ndmtrahle
There were two long acts to divide up nrtist who delighted us in other davs us n
tho fun nntl half a dozen ecenes which member of the Huston Symphony Orchestra
nud Hie Kneisel (Quartet
Mierwutil eun wii- tie.ini in nriiiii .11 JUU s.ndet.nii I. -he iar .lo.eph Caw-
thorn anil Hia liM.enport hae aleo been
engage, I ll ha been decide,! to have the
openlnt at the Academy of Mtlalr In llalll
more on January J?
(iertrude Hoffmann was ut the head
of the new blend of dancing, athletics and
sung which wus seen and heard nt the
Winter (Jardeti lust night; but in other
were moro or less remotely connected
with the recent flight of n young New
Yorker who startisl away wuh his lady
love with an emissary from the purentul ,
home in hot piirsuli In addition to this ' Will
t.Inmes B. Tavlor. who wore white over j there was an attempted satire on the
isnvrr nrocnue. wun reu roses at the tioings 01 Americans nuroaii
EMMA TRENTINI TO SING HERE.
Krlml's "Thf fire
M.ile llian three hllmlre I tiin,lra nt ,1,
Krlir- t'luli H'tt-nded a performance of I
"Neier Hay IU" at the Korlj .elzhth Street
Theatre last night a a rourteay lo Friar
William iolMr who wa larcel tn'tru.
mental In maklnK the la.t rrlara (rollc a
The eale of aeata for t tie nine perform
ance during Thankirlvlnr week of "The
Itoad to Artady," to be prodiued In tha
llerktley Theatre by the Federation (if The
atre t'luba, will open Dili morning In the
Ihintre box off!, e
(Among others In the itudlence were
Mra. I.. Ktuyvesant ('hauler. Miss Allda
fhanler, Mr. and Mrs Henry M. Til
ford, Mr. and Mrs. David Wagstaff.
Mr. und Mnt. Mortimer Schlff. Mr. and
Airs. Kdwnrd M Knox, Mrs William A.
CM. Burden, Mr. and Mrs. Allan A. Hob
Jilns, Henry (!. liarbey, Dennle Board
4nan of Boston, Mrs. Louis T Hoyt,
Irs. Henry A. Bobbins nnd Shipley
t AMERICAN PIANIST PLAYS.
John Thiiiiiiiacin'a Work nt
llelint Moat I'ronilalnsr.
n Ameriean plsnlst, John Thompon
ny nniiie, w,i heard forsho flrat time here
In a reeltal j eater-tiny afternoon in Aeolian
Hall Mr 'lliotninon (iidlelotisly elected
to ofler a iirogrnmnie which was dealgned
to riiroe hla technical enillpinent rather
thn to entei the llata with the Inevitable
Jleethnven sonata, Haeh fugue or Schumann
Jsnt.iala He heenn wilh l.ist's char
arterlatic fantnsiH on the four totters of
bach's name This i oiiipoHillon sounds
much like Itsch as Cailvln sound Ilk
'Ibinvau Hut it is an excellent mclin.-n
for the display of a Inigo iilano technic.
Mr Thnntpaoii Is a young player and n
promising one Bis delivery of the I,ls.t
composition had dnsh, boldness, confident
finger work and no I It t ls stylo to commend
it Certain passages were blurred by over
u.s of the "loud" pedal, and this In ths
Voiirtio of the sfternonn proved to ho one
of the chief dsfects of Mr. Thompson's nrt
The Itrahtiia rhapsody No 1, the pianist
played rather dryly, hut with Intelligent
purpose, H If. nhnrtcominc was in the ills
"trihutlon of tonal liming Be erred on the
fclde of continence in Schumann's " I f am
Knde voni I.led," the nilddle puns w'ere not
finite clearly brought out and there n-aa a
want of Ineihlveness iu the rhithm. but it
wub not a bail jieiformance, The good old
rlganiloii or J,aiiieau as tlresseil up liy
A.ivllil.ic IiL-.. rmntelv ..it..ll...i,l I "l0 ir llv, a new iiKut nper.l Willi
' , "i.i music by llutlolf Fr ml, In which Mllu
purpose, however was made subordi- :mm Vrentlnl will sliu Hie lending role.
liatO to What Should delight the eye mill 1 will ho nreeented lit the Lvrle -l hpntri, (ill
the ear. Melville Kllis hud devisetl the j ; Monday night, llecember
costtiino; the producer, who insists uxin Mile Trentlni originally appeared here
describing himself fatnilinrly as Ned In grand opera In ()ear llnmtnerstein's
Wayburn. had trained the comely and -Manhattan ()s'ra House Jn iiiit opera
Tin- eaie uf .eats for Lew Kleida next
tiiiKlcal anon, Tlio Sun Dodicere," will open
ai the Ilroadway Theatre lo.ilay The piece
will be aeen nn Thankaulv Inc eva with
cant which Inciiidea tlonrite W Monroe, Ilea,
ele Wynn and Harry Flahjr
ISUAKI. HALU. Under a decree uf Surrorate
towlcr drrlarlnc l.rael llaum legally dead
an order il alenrd yraterday tliinr hla
estate to hla three nepheica, llavld Warki,
Klkan II Uarki and ttarUnry Marks. The
paper In the caw ihoued thai for many ycara
prior to October 22. ItsM, Israel Daum wa
Incompetent tm! on that dale he left hla home
ana naan t arcn neara rrom since lie lived
with his mother, lira. Hannah llaum. now
UJ years old.
KAIIOl.INi: A. T VOX KKSKINK directed In
her will mat Her ruiirral be held at Ihe Hoitrry
Ulaslon Hall Sue tr.nc m hrr friend Sara
Wrny of I3 Ma.l t'orty-.Ulh ureel a (old
rroaa and lllble "trlteu Iu mi by Ur... Vander
bllt. and three of hrr owu phulograpba "
HBNHY f U AI'KH. who dleifon January 90. lll.
left a erosk eatale of IJIO.tM. which went In
equal abarra to hla daughter, all". Uary Howell,
and bis son. I Jmberl Uapra.
KANNV I'. ItOHKItTSO.N. who died at 40t West
Knrt avenue nn June 19, 1810. left a grots rafale
nt llso.U'0. of which she gave 1120.111 to hrr
KMAN1-KI. MKYKI1. who died In Chicago on
June x. mil. rut ott hla aon Abraham, "because
nt bla relation! toward me," and left hla estate
ot tlM.iao In egal abarra to his aon. Samuel, and
F.UII.ir. IUIKKtll:. who died January 1. tail,
left J7.n rach to brr dauchtera. Urs. Kmllle
I tov.es and Mrs. Adelaide Itrraser, Benjamin
K Itrreden. a.aon. received 7.M.
IlK'llAlll) JOHN CHAItl). who died at lake
wood on December In. 1810. left IM.IM. all lo
hla widow, Evelyn A. C'hlrd.
HANNAH I'RKSKNT. who died April It. ltd. left
an estate of t.j;s. which was divided eaually
between her ilaughter. Mrs. Ilaynore l.udllh.
and her aon, Arthur present. The appraisal
nf her estate showed that atock In the Marcus
Ijicw- Consolidated Knterprtsea. of which ah
held alxty.three shares, it valued ai liao a
share. The entire atock la held by about
thirty persons, and nearly all are relatives of
aaUaUUaUarrrf ii inti mi
HaV you ever been
JjL with one of those crubly. coarse, Utteleat
T7 loaves, sold to you as being
merit and this tip on the real Hp-Top the b
i-X with the reputation for quality ana cleanli
Many, many housewives have felt the sting of this
imitation loaf. We know it hence this advertise
The name, WARD, is baked in on every loaf
and the red, white and blue label appears on
every loaf. It is placed there for your protection.
Look for it.
The Imitation Imp will sting you.
If you don't watch out
Things are not always
what they seem.
Learn to discriminate.
There are other kinds
of Ward Bread-
Dainty Ms id Wheat.
Heart Kron Prinz.
BURGLARS KILL OLD WOMAN.
Anlnpay Shows Philadelphia
claae Was Mlranalril.
I'llllDRLPllli, Nov. -20. -When the
police discovered the body of Mrs. Anna
.Votsoti, 71, at her home on Washington
avenue. It wait reported by them that
she tiled of natural causes
Possessed of weulth. the woman had
lived iit the same house for more than
j fifty yeara anil was practically a recluse.
When found there was a slight bruise
on her head ami this rented in a pool of
Deputy Coroner Meliring, had Dr. Wads
worth make an uutopay. To-day It was
found the woman had been strangled
anil her death was due to hemorrhage
as a result of violence.
Her aole surviving relative, a niece,
Mrs. Henry Shelley, waa called by the
police to the home'of her aunt and after
an investigation of it was found the place
I had been robbed
youthful cohorts of the chorus, nnd finally
OeorRo Hroiison Howard nnd Harold
AtteritlRe had devised tho action und
comjKised lyrics which did not happen
to be supplied by outside music pub
lishers. Then Misa Hoffmann had surrounded
she Inter npis-nred in "Naughty Marietta
"The Firefly" will bo her second venture
Hillside of grand opera It Is now being
sung in Philadelphia.
tnflirrn und .Marlowe Not lo llellre.
T, II Rothern nnd his wife, Julia Mar-
Inun l.lil'n .,1. ,1 M rr,l II, nl- ,l,.,l .....I ...III
herself with nuoh well known oaaooiateB not r;,,ro from thn Htni!e ,lflnr this season.
agSnmMunn, who has come out of vhude-l rtie announcement or tlmlr Intention to
ville temporarily to appear with her; i leave the staite was made while .Mies Marlowe
Louise Dresser, who last nlnlit preserved i ' In ill health Annperittlnnouiierthrnal,
her charlotte russo type of beauty in fta I nov er, nas iroven so tienetirial that sho
best estute; Maurice and Florence Walton,
who have now risen above tho necessity
of dancine between tablecloths and
appear on the ntiiRe; Marion .Sunshine, I
who has Bepnratetl from lempest after a
hard Bummer; the Aliearn Troupe of
bicyclists, which diHtitiRtiiHlied itself dur
ing the tnotortirome scene In Hie second
act; (ieorge Ulckcl, Italph Austen, dames
Morton und many others who were less
distinctly recognizable uiiioiir the numer
ous flashing figures of the play.
There wus a motordrome scene In Paris,
two burlesque detectives of traditional
methoda of making fun, fresh facet!
chorus Rirlfl who waved American (lags
when the note wns patriotic nnd imi
tated tho fowls of the barnyard when
that htippeno'tl to be the theme of the
Ming. Von original and skilful manmivroH
had Mr Wiiyburn devised for his army,
(Iertrude Hoffmann, who has added
bicycle ritling to her other nrls, capered
through a dance nailed "The Harden of
(llrls," which was mythological and
poetia and on the man of the sririnu ilnnen
I she iis"d lo do iu tho vaudeville theatres,
Then she did some (d tier imllsllnnu
'Onrtousky h deficient In mellow ness anil ' wore her eilriiviiganl dresses that
will continue on the at age .Sen wason
they will add "Othello," "t'yinliellne" nntl
Mensine for Measure" to their rniertoiie
llrnselt's toecnllim mhh not worlti nlnviii'r
nut tne r. minor scneiv.n oi jieiiueissoiin
11i ass i "VI 1'
brought out most advantageously tlm
pianist's accurate, swift and dainty finger
work and Chopin's fl minor ballade dls.
hla tiesi musical eiuresslvrness
Thompson made a good dfbut. He
hae plenty of time to growgand ha luuy
ttaelt the stature or a virtuoio.
gave her Ihe look of one of those that '
nave leatnera unit btto and bang iu a child
Hhe was supposed to be an actress
at the Olympln Theatre in Paris, beloved
of the American gilded youth who started
with her on tho chase around tho world.
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