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THE SUN, TUESDAY, APRTL 29. 1913.
c OCIETY AT DANCE
'id mirl I. nst of llip
rl ;i ffiiir. for flir
t. V. Mp.M.TlXS HOSTS
i nro Onnrp. at Wnlrinrf
ami Colony C'luh This
r-allr orn at Pe lmonlca last
f if 1.1 the "ocond and last of l"
, - '
dance? ormn- L
. ' '11 ... r 'i ilk
:ig i. 'oi ,t of socle tt
..tiers w-r given tn adtanee
ti... ii.et. sc were Mrs S.
i Mcnkm. who cm c a dinner at 1 other not-citir which are blnc con
" -Itoa and Mrs. ThMt) B .ftdrd include ''L'Aniere ddtre Re." t
.- w '. cup ii dinner at hcr,"',, op'ra b ltnlo Montemzzi lmd on
. rnt P.i M 5ircet.
t ;ht' tintirp wort' Mr.
Hlcolou. Mr. and
M'-nlcc. Mr and Mrs.
Mr and Mr Irlnc
M . W Lamer Wah-
ti " "i M. iVirrlson. Mrs.
Mr llonry H Moore.
Kourne. Mr. and Mr..
" ,. K Mi. ami Mr A t.ud
: " 1'ir Mis.e Kleanor Hartt--...
'.e'.ii Kendal!. Marjonr lold.
i- i 1 Marv llri.okf. r.lolnp Tal
.'i;.r onere. Kalh.trlno
V in Huron. Kulalia r.arrl
. ie W.rren Mnrjnr-.e Tin p-!m-
V.tinc ucltta White.
u.,rd. r..rotliy Henna rd. V'.Um
. 1'isi and ("aria Von Prrsrn.
T Hrok. 'ntirr H tuike.
n1 Walter 1.. niehard. ra'.1
us. Tiwn-hend Hennard Trod-
n.ini 1 U'.ert Mopkln
nmal.1 Carr. W. Travrr."
1' ('harli'" We.-t. I'ttnliar
' 'mlol'i T Unto, l'nieist A
n .1r . fJoorpo 1 Hartley Harold
iHoffroy Tavlor. l.eml.-t l".-lor.
T .vton nnd Herbert Seal.
; Mrs. William VTlllei Mc-Alptn
p cht n' thetr hou-e. 11 Ka.l
. -T(Hi. fillowlnc a rehraral i
.i inc. n dinner and dance for
nl i wi.l form the hrhl.il party I
r.nrrlace tn-morrow of their
-. Mtf Glady." McAlpln. to Will
cher Iruin. In the Fifth Avenue
t'r m Church,
r t: the (ruesty ncre the Mlf'e?
nl'llns, Elfreda Baumann, Mil-
Crpl K'ly, Ixul-e Vanderhllt. Hariette
vp.n and Kleanor Huhtsird, .tonn
Frederic o. Inman, jamef ShPl-
i r .iter, .fame. Graham Pamon.
,Mf.r.dcr II. C.irver, Georce T. Ide,
.'- .nl Allen 1L McAlpln.
f rst of a ."eric of afternoon dan
c... .rj.-mired by Miss roace. will l
...,,-ti this nftcrnoon !n the Waldorf
jpirtt r.t of th 'Wftldorf-A.tor!a.
ri-TC the ji.itronc5es lire Mrs. E. Par
i irs Mnrpan. Mrs. Charles H. Co?ter.
Mr". Pe I-ancey Nlcoll, Mrs. I.. Cass
:.e."i.-2rd. Mrs. Ulchard Steven.. Mrs.
Jeii Uutler McCapc nnd Mrs. Whit
T.rro will be up to date dances and
tc will be eervc-d.
Vnother d;taco with tea. of this after-n-n.
will 1 Riven at the Colony Club,
f r th benefit of the Manassas, an edti
i it .nal hii3 lnduftrlal school near
Wii'Mnston. D. C. the urpanlrers lelnc
'',r James A. Wrlcht and Mrs. Georpe
"--.pe. It will take place In the jis
, r- v v room of the club, about which
v -- placed tables for tea and lipht
ref--p-htnents. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon
C - . w.ll Cive an exhibition of mod-c-r,
, ni-ea and afterward their will be
p i. I dancing.
wed'lmp of M'?s Marjnrl' I-ob.
r ..' Mr. and Mrf Otto P Loeh.
t JMward U.neer of thi- elty took
rdy eniinc at the home of
' - pranlparentf., Mr. and Mrs.
. --.vn. 32 KaM Seventy-second
Pi- .' en I.t hman offlelatlnp.
-v 1j...1i, sifter of the bride,
vi -.- '"Cd of hornir and Mrs. .lack
e e . t. the matron of honor Miss
j..., i- it., n wax the flower elrl.
'. . 1 - H user, brother of the brlde
rro, - - i the best man and thr usher
w. . ' - -t Ma.rtln, Hert-rt rorch.
Howard Rtlilnp, Thomas
Milton Kcnk, Oeorae New
v"m.iiiia. April 2s. Thomas C
' and Mlvi Helen H. Hawkins
--i.-d here to-duy The bride a
,,v l.v h.r father. Charles Sum
. n r.s Miw llmily Sydney Haw--i-.-ud
of honor. Jervls Watson
n k Kt man
- i.-miii'is were M-.s Clura Pord
- Mrs. Harold l.eroy Watts. Miss
1 rtin Hawkins. Mihs Kmlly Cald
.ft.r.s, Mi MHrtha Macon llBKles-
Marcaret Wessel I'lersol. Miss
r.,nn (Jru-dwin und MIsk Mary C
i The usher were Harold l.eroy
!:ohrt K Peterson. Kdward H.
y slle M. Pierre. William W. Fe.
. W. Rhoades Mun'hey. Jr., Vpton
.ind Hurry S. McDeiltt
nrairr Panic, April 2 .1. Milton Pagy
r 1 M - Lleanor Gnmhl" LMxon of Ridley
pHrk were married here to-da. Miss
I. . lM nt Gennantown was maul nf
l -..r . d the hrldesmaldH were Mls.s
J ''m I ' ivdnck. Miss Laberta Woodruff of
l r-ark, Mlbs Margaret WhltKlde of
' ' phia. and Mls Pauline Anderson
'X ei. t man tv.m Donald Irwin of L-inv
WAfinvr.Tov, April 2. The marriage
of Jli-s Frances P. Gordon, daughter of
M" I M-s. Dante) a. (irdon. formerly
' ' w York, but now of Washington, to
J t Ontt, formerly of Annapolis and
Lu ',-nore, took place this afternoon at
f. !oi.k In St. Margaret's Kplscopal
' ''lrch. Miss Gordon l a cousin of
"'nrv hlte, former Ambassador to Italy
JMnlny aon Machold.
".irAVT. April 25 Miss I.turn F
Mi "M Afld Alonzo J. Hnlayrnn of Am
-dsrti were married by the Rpv. .1
h at Amsterdam to-day. The wed-
ir ei!n.nr was served this evening at
Ten Eyck. The couple left for New
vork city tbts evening and then for a trip
In Sfrw York Tn.day.
P'onomic Club, dinner. HotPl Astor, J
" it.onal Jewelleo llojid nf Trade.
J i neon. lCalll a restaurant, 1:3a P. M
rational Guidance Association meet-:r.-
Stuyve&nnl Hlgli School, 4iB P M.
American Daughters of Ireland meet,
.c. Waldorf-Astoria, I P M.
"eceptlon at ustrei.liiuarlaii I'm
.-r. .t'vr Club. 1"! IVest lltitll street, S .10
Let re bv rlhui C I'aikri-, 'About
Indians by an IndUn," Hotel l'laza, S
NEW HERBERT OPERA SURE.
-Mr. OaMI-rnaatfa prak of tlrtlt.
tnm "Carmen" nml "Mnrthii."
Otutio Gatr.i'asazza. ge;,c-al manage
of tin Mptrnp.il,tMn opf.ru Corrpant. will
a't this mcrninc on the Kairr
helm tl II" gate put a statement i,t
n ght -B which hp thanked thp publ'r th
p-ess, the dlre-t and tin mmW of
the opra com pan v fir the urcose of
the past m Hr announce that
prarttcatl.t all tt,p a rtltc of this scaon
had liwn engaged for next season and In
addition thesf new artists:
Mi 7.si-sopranos and eontraltri. : Mar-
rarrte Oht-t of thr Rotnl Opera of Berlin. I
Sophlp Rra.luu utid Lillian F.ubmk too
Tenor: Rudolf Prrper of thp Roval I
Ot.era of IWlin and Rayicuth. Olotannll
Martini III of Covint Garden. La Srala of
Milan and the Montr Carlo ' ipcra . Alfted
Ii vav.r. an Ame-lcan .if tin- Hoja!
Opera of I'tacu and the lmpr1a Opera
Hart tour: Carl Schlcgel. a German
The repertoire of thp eomlnc !paoii
said Mr Gattl-Casazza. will Include 'Mad
' s "'. . '." 'rp'"'r'- mtit.tr;
1 i ji inr iiii'rn. iir.nK nj urani Milan
'and Fmhrt tli.irdar.ti "Madam Sr,
w hich the composer expects to hat ,
innuhod hi f,u
h irateny r .setn Hrnelll. wtilrh
ctvm itli preat niere thl wntnn at
1..U .-ral,i M inn i "harppntlpr-. ".lullen
If n h.ti prodjeed in l'nt 1 and t.o.idon In
tie -fMiii:. it proef efctle Tha.'
Koiwk . ' Itueen" t'ticir" and on of
lllrhard Strain.' op'ra? 1
Atnor.c thr revivals I ! n c roniderd ar.
Hlieffi "Carmen. V.'dl". "fn tUIln n I
Mnvlipra and ' KalMMff Mozart' "Nozzr '
dl Tlparo Wolf rVrrarl' "I Olotrll
della Madonna arid rioto "Malta
CHICAGO OPERA QUIESCENT.
Vire-Prrmldrnt llrrp. hnl )! o,
Word of I'nit Plpprt I'lan.
fhirlej -, liaups. vlre.prr.ldent of thp ,
fhiraro.rh'lHdelphta ippt.i Compun. !
i anw ti N'en- York j tt-.1av A Chlraco
dpfpatch na.d that M Pawp trip was i
for the purpo. of ronterrtr.p Kith N' '
York director, a meetinc of hom h ;
'woul1' full In the next ten daj
At thi Waldorf-Atorla Mr Pane uald I
that surh wa not hi Intention that hi 1
trip . a per(mal one r.oi ronnrtPd ,
with the affair of the opra company
llf didn't nant to talk alnu Chicap?
opera at all
Oeofontr fampunlnl. mtulcal director '
of the ("hlrnco compan who hcame tti '
virtual head on Mr Ilppel relpnatlon.
h.ld ti.iOtrH r.4Kcw rr .Via 1.hIl..i- WM.
, lni ,, ,.,,.,,' j, r.IK)rt.'rt Rt ,hf
Metropolitan Opera H..u that Mr Cam-
jimnnl had Jut decided not to nll to-dav.
He wa not to t.e found at the Hotel '
lienor, where h ptay when in the city '
Oltn-AOO.April SS ("hirle i;. IUnr I
expt-ted to brine Kick to Chlcaco a re.,
lease fro-ii thp I'nvent Garden manacemnt 1
of t'lenfon'e r.nnpan'n' p oncacein. nt thrre .
thi mmmer. m that the mu'-iral dlrertcr i
may ho a!le to rommenfe the reorpKnlZi'
t:on of the Chicapo Opera Oomrinv at
W. R. HEARSTS GIVE DANCE.
Weilrilnc itnl ernar , n Supper
l.ntrr V rrril In Tin,
Mr and Mr William Randolph Heart
cae r, dance last neninp Ht their home.
13" Rlveride d-lve It u in celebra
t'.on of their tenth wMiilne anniversary
The dance m f illowed by supper sen'ed
at twelve round taMe and In the centr
of each was a m'niature Maypole
Thr menu were enu-raved on a thin
- r.i!l -f i with a photopraph of Mr.
and M-s Hearst at the top. The entire
i..-r lep for the supper was in tin The!
.irawinp rooms wvre decorated with or
.hsd H'id sj -snc flower
S- me of !hi?e pre-.-nt were Speaker
aid Mis i'han.1. Clark. Mr and Mrs Ki
ln rt H tiHrx. Mr and Mrs 1J Nixon.
Mr. a'd Mr Martin Uttl-non. Mr and
Mrs John Purroy Milrhel Justice James
W. Uerard Mi. and Mrs Jo-eph Duuvn j
Mr and Mrs Jjhn Siancbfl. M. Mrs. Klmer !
niiu-k, Mr and Mrs B N. H-ritunc, Mr
and Mrs John H Flacler. Mr and Mrs
Charles ? Whitman. Mr. and Mrs. Clar
ence Shearn, Mls Nell Urinkle), M-s
Martin Glynn. Miss Inez Mtlhnlland. Miss'
Kls.u Jinls. the Misses O'Gorman, the Rtv.
Percy Stickney Grant, Moncur Rohln"in
and Walbrldce Taft.
"The Idle IMch" Delayed.
"The Passing of the Idle ' Rich. ' by
Frederick Townsend Martin, to have been
pr -ttited last night it the Garden
Th.atre lit Margatet Townsend Taclle
pletra, didn't open A notice on the door
said that the piece would be given on
License fnr .Mla (ondrrt In Wed.
Thomas Rigps, .Ir . a civil engineer liv
ing at 2111 S stteet, Washington, and
lienee Coudert of 3S3 Park avenue, the
daughter of Frederic R. Coudert. took out
a marriage license yesterday nt the City
Hall The wedding will be on April 30
.Note of the Social World.
A dance for ounp people will be given
to-night by Mr J Steven Flman at
her house. 21 Fast Kighfy-tlrst street.
Dr. and Mrs. Louis Livingston Seaman
will gite a large reception on the after
noon of May 6 at their home, 247 Fifth
atenue for the members of the Peace
Commission, "ho are soon arriving in
Mis lldward N Rreltung will glie- a
dinner at the St Regis to-night for Lord
Hawlie and K Leveson Gower of London,
who arrlted here last week.
Amotip the passengers sailing for
Furope to-day on the Kalerln AilRUSte
Victoria are Count and Countess Guy dr
Lasteyrle, who have been the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. George Henry Warren at
!'2I Fifth avenue since their return from
their widdlnp tour. They will go to the
Chateau La Grange in France Countess
Lastetri" was Ml Constance Warren
Mr nnd Mrs. Warren will go to Newport
on June 1
M da Gama, HrazllHan Ambasador to
the I'nlted States, and Mine, da Gama
hate leiurnecl from Washington and arc
at thi St Regis
Mrs H. French Vanderhllt has returned
from Newport and Is at tho Ritz-Carlton.
Mr and Mrs. Stephen C Mlllett nf
lnlngtun. N V-. are guests of Mrs.
Robert 11. Westcott at the St Regis.
Mrs Andrew M Moreland and her
daughter, Miss Kther Moreland, of Pitts
burg are at the Rltz-Carlton.
Mrs Morse Lly of Chicago, who re
lumed recently from Europe, Is nt tht
Plaza, as are also Mr. and Mrs. R. W.
Patrreon of Lenox.
Mrs. H Prnmhall Gilbert Is sailing
for tlurope to-day on the ItHlserln Au
guste Victoria to pass the greater part
of the summer abroad Her snn-ln-Iatv
and daughter, Mr and Mrs. tintvarn t'rico
lltenshatv. will occupy Mrs. Olll-rfh coun.
tr tilace, Sunshine, In Great Neck. L. 1
tin- the rummer months.
Judge and Mrs Robert H. Lovelt Hnd
Mi nnd Mis. John II- Purdy are at the
Hi. Itamott GulterHS pave yesterday
altirnonii al Srt Marihon aveniio uti lllus.
traled lecture op "Life in the Afilcan
.liingle, ' Willi stereoptlron flews of his
tnitelh in tint t country.
Mrt. Henrv Parish, Jr.. will give a tea
this afternoon at her hume, S Hast
Mrs. Itnbeit W Stuarl will glte a
formal liiiiclunii tu-day at her house, SS
Swift A Company' salr of l'tch Hrrl In New
fork City lor the erk rnitlnj Saniiday, Aprils,
iterated 13 '.8 centa per pouud.-dr.
"Hiram. Remember You're a. Bull A.oose and
"ARIZONA" REVIVED AGAIN.
Thiun' Popular I'lav la Acini nl
the l.yrlr Theatre.
Ilsnry Canb . . . ,
Col onhm . . .
Mrs Canbj- . ..
Lieut. Inton ...
Ilor.IlK Canby .
the Ljrir Tliratre.
.. . Itapley Holmet
Wl dam Psrnuni
.... Jennie Iilckerson
... . i:ite rergu'en
. P!illl Vour.c
Probably "Arlzonn ' was the most
popular of the plays written by Augustus
Thomas when his dramas were Important
annual additions to the American
theatre Assuredly It Is a more appro
priate drama for revival than some of the
others on which managers hate In recent
years wasted time and money.
This play of American army life Is
nearer the taste of the day In subject and
form than most of the others that have
been dragged out of the dusty obtlvlon
of thp play dealers' sheltes and nrted by
a company of such capable actor as may
be collected to-day, loudly proclaimed as
comiislng an "all star" cast. Surely this
venerable w-he.ze must have disappeared
long ago but for the theatre manager's
lack of humor when it comes to his own
Nobody would dent, however, that the
popular players at tho Lrle last night
wtre altogether tapable of bringing out
the best points of Mr Thomas's Interest
ing drnma. which was tin valuable quality
of professing to be nothing more than it Is.
a plat which has withstood the passage
of the .tears.
Augustus Thomas delighted the audi
ence with a speech after the third act
and paid thi actors a d served compliment
fur their ensemble playing
THE BOHEMIANS' CONCERT.
Itellrf h'ntid for Mnaiolana Ilecelre
a .Snliatnntlal Addition.
A (.oncert was given last etenlr.B In
Aeolian Hall fur the benefit of the relief
fund of the liohemlans. In tho spring of
last .tear this organization, which Is a
club of musician, arrived at the conclu
sion that there ought to be some sste
matlc inithod of giving aid tn "follow
taisiclans who through Illness or mix
furtiiiio were lnolved lit temporary
dlllicultles. A concert was accordingly
given h the Km-lsel Quartet with the
assistance of other artists.
This entertainment provided the nucleus
of a fund, which was substantially In
creased by the receipts of last etcnlng's
entertainment, nmountlng to about 5,00n.
The Hohetnlans were wise enough, while
appealing In friends of music to aid the
cause, to provide a concert of high ar
tistic quality The entertainment was
opened and cloved by the Musical Art
Society under the dtrectlnn of Frank
After the first group a new and tem
porary chamber music combination played
Tschalkowsky'H A minor trio. The
plajers were Mlsclia lllman, vleilln Willem
Willelte, 'cello, it I nl llrnesto Consolo,
piano. The three artists pluyed the trlu
admltahly Mr Klnian showed that with
out losing the Individuality of his st.te
he could tit himself effectively Into an
Hefore the closing group of choral num
bers Mr. F.ltnan played solos, accompanied
by Percy Kahn Ills numbers were n
Wagner romance, transcribed by Wl.
helnij. Willy llurmester's arrangement of
a Haydn minuet, the violinist's nun ver.
slim of a "Canto Aincuso" by Sainniartlnl,
and Sarasate's "Caprice II,isiUe." The
other soloist of the concert was Frieda
llempel, soprano, of the opera, who piv.
irdeil Mr lllnian on the programme
She sang Mozart's "Pas cilchen." Hum
peidinck'h "Wlegenlled" and the air,
Ernanl, Intolanil," from Verdi's "Hrnanl."
THE SQUARE DEAL
Frank Hoichor Sliinps in strind
"tnuntr Julia" at the Vertj-rlchth 1
street Theatre. 1
Countess Julia Marrta Walther
Jenn Prank lieu her
Chrlt!ne Arietul.te Wl.snn
New Y'ork added to Its knowledge of
Strlndberg's plays yesterday nftcrnoon
when Marcla Wnlther acted In
"Countess Julia." Paul Orleneff has
produced this famous work hero In Rus
sian. It has nlro been acted In German,
but it iviu unknown until xestcrday in
"Countess Julia" is a powerful study
of class and heredity and the way In
which physical passion may temporarily
but only temporarily pretall over
them. The author's mother was a ser
vant and much nf the bltternit-s and im
hiipptness that came Into his own life Is
said to hate lu-en tho result of this
siM'iai inferiority. There Is always much
that ii biographical In everything, bo
writes, so it seems Inevitable that the
opinions of the coachman, on the ono
ride and on the other the countess who
became his mistress, are the views that
Strlndberp felt of the servant class and
tvhnt a woman of the aristocracy felt
toward an inferior class.
Nothing; is more ttuthful in the de
notement of tho woman's feeling for the
servant than the alternation of con
tempt for his character nnd tho nter
tvlp lining phtsii.fl p.u'slon that sent her
back to his aniih with n force she could
not resist. Her Inability to descend
Micecsstully to another sphere than her
own once the fire of passion was out of
her veins Is an powerful as bis own sub
jection to the authority of his betters
once It is asserted. This lackey who
ban seduced the daughter of his em
ployer on a midsummer night may
bully her with the roughness of soute
neur because In passion she has made
herself lower than the kitchen maid ho
is Kolni; to marry. Hut lie ttemliles at
tho sound of her father's bell because
that represents authority and all that
stands hack nf It.
When Comity ,luU dances madly
with her father's lackey and thrown
herself nt his head, he realizes the ma
terial value of such u hold on any
woman of higher rank who may serve
to help him raise himself In the world,
Hhe shudders at his Ideal of tlnal eleva
tion which is to keep a hotel on Lake
Cnmo until he has earned money enough
to go to Rumania and buy a count's
title For tills hat. she In n moment of
sultry passion given herself to the man
who cleans Iter father's boots
Hut tlure (n stnrk tragedy in t lie close
of tills revolting episode when the
woman slatts off to cut her throjt be.
cause the will of the man on whom rdp
throw herself away lias been strong
e-nough tn control hers and commands
bet to commit the suicide she Is afraid,
without h'a Inlliience. to attempt
Not all that might be done for Slrlnd
beru's tragedy was tn be found in Ihe
acting. Miss Walther Is not an expeti
meed uclrfs.. She denoted some of the
traits nt the heroine's character, but
there was much which her Inexperience
Not an A??.
and lack of any positive dramatic
method did not bring to light.
Frank Re.cher did all that a wholly
cerebral conception of his character
could. Rut Jran Is also a man of strong
physical force Mr. Relcher was ad
mirable In his sense of victory nfter
Coinfc. .ftIn) went to hie room to es
cape the other servants. Then his utter
Inability to Ih. after all. anything but
the servant he had lven born, was skil
fully done. Adelaide Wilson played tho
other servant with pome Indication of
il.e family talent
The play will y repeated to-day and
on Frldny afternoon. It Is played In
one act. with an Interlude nf folk danc
ing. ETHEL BARRYMORE'S SKETCH,
rtrraa l.nvrlr to Look t'pon In i
Talk New Pin; let.
( hllliallon" t
Allfp fianlner. .
. . William Reran
The large! audience the Palace Thea
tre has had since It opened four weeks
ago greeted F.thel Rarrimore tterd.ty
afternoon In a new playlet by Richard
Harding Ditis called "Mls. Civilization."
As tJIcc tifinliirr. daughter of a rail-
! road pre!dent. Mls Rarrymore hears
l burglars tiling an entrance to her father's
home In the house are only her sick
.mother and maid. Alice telephones to a
i r.ulroad station to send up the wrecking
I train with a crew of husky wrecker and
a few ihillcemen.
1 Then all .Hire has to do whrn the bur
glars net in i to entertain them with a
light luni'ieon and load of ad t lee until
the icscuer come The playlet ran for
ttventy-lx minutes, about twenty of
which were taken up with this discussion
of the merits of burglary as a trade.
Mis Rarrymore appeared In seml-neg-Usee
and ttnte her hair hanging over her
shoulders. She never looked lovelier on
the tage l?elo Clayton, the dancer,
shared the honors of tfie performance
with Mil. Rarrymore.
NEW BURLESQUE SHOWS.
I. Inner filrl. Gnyrty (ilrla anil
"I'oaaar Cafe" Are llrre.
Some nung ladles so vlvaclou that
they have earned the name of "The Gin
gei Glrli" amused the audience at the
12Mh Street Music Hall yitsterday after
noon Two of the must conspicuous In
the performance were J;.ne Le Hc.au and
The Columbia Theatre offered Date
Marlon's eompanv last night in "Pousse
Cafe," which Is one of the most popular
of the burlesque Well known performers
In their line and a large chorus kept the
piece up to the Marion standard
Clara Racket, who Is assuredly not In.
appropriately named for her profession,
was tha) tlrrt of "The Gayety Girls." who
were seen yesterdat afternoon at the
Miirrat Hill Theatre Thpy do not eom
from the famous London Institution of
the same name, but probably delighted
theli audience much more for that rea
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Ploiisanf ronlinc: It
Was in thp !HK.
t the Kmplrr Thpalrp, 1
HrrlTision . .
unlfred .. .
The n. Mr Mtn.hln
I .a rty Nrpllne.
. Morten elten
Prohahlv It was thr notelt.t of pre-
senlinc Ulllie Rurke in bov's dres that
sucveled a new performance of "The
Amazons," wh.ch was seen last nlcht
whrn the Umpire Theatre opened its doors
to show- the Npw York public once more
Arthur Plnrro's dainty farce of arlsto
cratlc Knpllsh life
Girls In knickerbockers and emanci
pated from other conventions of their
sex are bt no means as rare as they
were tn ItPS It mat- be, howeter. that
an admired stace beautv will in thi
ilress make the dellcb'fiil plav of Pluero's
as attractlte to future audiences as It Afte another performance here "The
sppmed last nicht to the public which Gentleman from No Ifi" will open at the
had pathrred to see Ml Rurke in the.Comedv Thralre in New Ycik on Thuis-
spconn play she has arted this eason
She was the accrelte Inrrf 7om.ni. o
w-ell acted lone aco at the Lyceum by
Ressie Tvree and Inter bv Johnstone ten.
nett. who carried the Ptnero work thi-ouch '
the other cities of the countrt Asso
ciated with Ml Rurke lat nicht were
TVrdlnand flolt.cbntk- nn,1 IVItT Willl..m
who played the same role they had when
Danlrl Frohman on Fcbruaty li.
produced the piece at the 1 .tecum Theatre.
What It nuthor calls hi "farcical ro
mance," had been first nrted more than a
year previously In Iindon. Indn d on
March 7. Itf'S. It was wrltt.n before
"The Second Mrs Tanqueray." although
performed after the serious t raged v of
l'nuln was put before the London public
lnd.cd "The Amazons" Is a species of
scherzo with w hlrh the llncllsh play
wrlcht relieved the cloom of "Thr Second
Mrs Tanqtiera" and "The Notorious Mrs.
llhbmlth." since the play was written
between the two studies of then contim-
Its London performances failed to reach
tho number achieved by earlier and more , health by exercise On hi day off he
conventional farces, although "The Ama- would take several hundred boys on a
7ons"' was plated for more than 100 times. hike through the countrt
Here at the Lyceum Theatre, by Daniel i L
Fnihm.in's compan. with Georgia Cayvan 1 Trlppril,,irc , Kilnntlr ntT.
and Katherine Florence as the two sisters
of Ladv Tommy, the play was acted fori AT,-AN"r" CtTT . April : The tern
eighteen weeks. Last spring Charle , rerature was SO at noun here to-day.
Prnhm.tn selected three graces of " '
Rrltlsh elage lo plat the emanclp.it. d , -----young
women, and Pauline Chase. Marie DIED
lxihr and PhIlls .Wilson-Terry were the;
lucky trio who acted l.adp Tommy, l,art u-., ..... , , . -
WiDiVl.mmi and Lei.fi .Vo.l.nr Jurlnc the I A ' -""T ! I ' k A,fr' "
changed his mind about Importing thi
comp.iy for the Umpire ami gathered
American players about Miss Rurke
The farcloal romance still po.eses the.
arm fli. Ainiu. f...-.... It. I M t. rt.n . . Of '
charm that comes from it innocence of
any effort to h- a criticism of life or touch
the conventionalities of existence nt any
anle. It was a happy estimate of It
beautle which ascribed to the play some
of the eu kittles of a modem drama of the
Forest of Arden in which our piesent day
KnsiiIiNeJ.i wander with the same earele
freedom In the garment that another age
has allowed them to as-ume w'.th les de
parture from the conventionalities of
feminine charm. It Is In the tlrst act that
xae nimantic leennK oi wie iui. i pu-hhk- t
est, since the sense of nature is afterward I
No recent ietlv.il of a popular plav
of the past has been so successfully nc-
complished as "The Amazon ' .was lust (
night It ts the same ilel.ghtful tooling
it was at tlrst and It probably will be
jusi im luvrpiaiue oei-aue iitiiir nut
it will not always be fortunate probably
in the possession of such a delightful
apparition of youth a. Ulllie Parke was
in the masculine gaib of the girl who
grew up as a boy
All the qualities of her nature that
have endeared her to this public were
I exhibited In their most charming estate.
She swaggered and pouti-d, scolded and
nilled, with the same fascination she
, always exercises over her adorers. Then
her boish gaib was In delgn nnd
' color contrlted to emphasize the outh-
ful beauty which Impressed her name on
' the public long lieforc she had been
I seen in the flesh.
Perhaps a little more modelling of those
robin's egg blue calves might have satis
tied the exacting who were snrnrised at
such unsuspected amplitude. Rut It was
only the exacting who complained that i
there was an excess of matter rather
than tho extremes! delicacy of outline.
And even they could not complain of the
white riding breeches In the first act
Ferdinand Gottschalk wa as lrnslst
'bly humorous as of old In the role of the
aristocratic (lultrcil. with all hi family
tiadltlons. Ftltz Williams could neter
have hern more nglle or volatile as the
anglicized Frenchman Mil lain Clements.
Porotht Lane nnd Shelley Hull were
others who helped to make the revival
delightful, with Miss Rurke and her In
terpolated song In Ihe second act Its
AT VAUDEVILLE HOUSES.
The Week'. I1IIU In Theatres That
Play Tttlrr n lla.
No less than three farces were on the
programme of the I'nlon Square Theatre
yesterday afternoon A company of fif
teen noted "Marty Hogans Wlte, with
its realistic prizefight and "My Friend"
was played by Austin Webb and com
pany Franklyn Ardell with his company
acted tn "Tho Suffragette," which amused
the audience. Rat Roone and Marlon
Rent, Joseph Herbert, Jr. the modern
Venus and the talking pictures were other
The Grape in Politics
The Real Thing, Unfermented,
"The New Diplomatic Beverage"
There's a difference between Ppwpy't and
Ju. I grape Juice. Write for llooklrt, etplaln
Ine how grtpe Juice can be utcd, not only
Ihe not delightful of brvrragrt, hut at
rOOD for INVALIPS.
LargeBottle. SOc. 12Bottle,$6.00
IIIH Fulton 81.. ft. Y. - E lUrbor, N. J.
SIAKKHSOr HUHK t INKS 4 OltArC JUICE
6 a Vaart In Buttnettl Our tiuaranlee.
J features of thp procramms
I K'"v .ir,1ftn, uho Is hautlful and msv
bp mapriet r, and Annie Ahbott, "the
1 Georcla Macnet. who Is not beautiful
hut i maimptli pnouch to mfivr fii-niturr
w.rp on thp procramme rt the Victoria
v.!. Mm Harr: l.aticriioiir M'i'phv
and Nichols .tarne J Morton and Tdwlti
llanlry were some of the othet actors on
the loiic bill th.v made Pie aud'i nee happ
Diane, n Frenrh danrrr who had not
appeared brforr In this c ty was sern at
'the New Tork Theatre eterdav after
noon The Genrpla Trio was also there
, as well as the Klnemacolor pictures.
, WHERE SHOWS CHANGE.
."Officer HOrt," "The Talker" nnd
I'm Trniinar Mn- Its rrn,
' The Graid Opera House had "Officer
W a its oflerinc lt I ipht and the
(popular farce wa recplved with the usual
merriment The compntn is the same that
' produced the piece so lonp at the Galrtv
"The Talker" l the procramitie at the
Harlem Opera House this week. Flor-
tnce Malone who plated the part o lonit
?' UnTlr Theatre I- the heroine of
I-, i mi iiiiiiii-.. i.i ..iHriiui riiir
fax's plat i ' iilnirh.-in life
The .t Pud Theatre went tn tern
porarll.t fot viitnlevtlle trterdat llta
Tanpiiay brought hot- eompanv there for
a week of what she describes as "vol
rank- vaudeville" and audiences seemed
to rn.!o the contrast with their usual
The nrntlenmn I'rnm o. 1 (" rfeil.
White Pt.is. April H- The Shu-
ber prepnte.l at New ell's Theatre to-
nlcht a new farce from the French called
'The Gi nil. man from "o which rx-
ploits the adventure of the proprietor of
'an inn otitvine of ra-P The plav lit
Henrt Kerkonl and Albert Harm and was
adapted for the Amprtean stace by Matk
Swan. In the cast were Walter Jones,
llenr.v nrrpman, Richie I.lnc, Ninette
Comtock. Mllllcent Kt-an. Flirlne
Arnold, Dorothea Sadlier. J.if Wlt.on.
Georce Probcrt, Tom Graved Wallace
I Owen, 11 11 Cor and Stephen GllMs.
DENNIS F. BUTLER DEAD,
Policeman Who ItronRlit noj- to !e
Cat nor Is Ilrart.
Pmt.tpri.riit , Apr.l 2. Dennis P.
Rutler. a policeman of the Third Hnd Pe.
lancet streets station and friend of thou
sands of worklnp hots of this city. Is
nutter's last appearance In public as a
friend of Philadelphia Niys was last
summer when he took a delegation of
youngsters on a hike to New YVirli and
Introduced them to Mayor Gnynor.
Hntler died In the lVnntlvanla Ho.
pltal this morning from heart trouble.
For years he made It n practice to or
pan!7o settlement club In various parts
of the citt. He was a great belletrr In
athletics. He taught the hots how to
swim. It w,i not unusual to see him
on his beat preaching on how to retrain
Funeral sert ice will bp held at hi late
residence. Kr.inkitn place Mortl.tnnr.
V. .1 . Thursday. May 1. 2 1 M In
termeni nt Rvercrrrn Cemeterv
ot.AitK-On April :c. tsu. .t shepherd
Clark. In hi sixtt-nfth tear
"uner-kl srrxlre at St Mtrharl's f K
fhurrh. Nlneiy-nlnth street and Am
urMain atrnue. on Tuesday April fi
at J 1' M Members ef ,Vew Vork
Southern SerlPtv. The Virginians. Wiish
Inctnn and Lee Alumni, sisma Alpha
Kpstlnn I'nnfeilernie Veterans' Camp nf
New York, also Standard Council ti
lt A . are Inilie.t to attend tntermen
prnate sciitlicrn papers please repy
i COMUT At Kan Orance. N .1 nn in
re.. IS13. Kl rnbPth Mnlfor.l ,.le e
Orlando K Cenrtlt. In her mth ear
Funeral serlre will be held hi the resl
denrp of tier sun In-law, Mr Kred H
llnod. ti ItaUtea.l street. Tue,1at
April CJ. ? orlock Interment tn Hose
j ,? tlNKS K.lwaM xt . apen 43 Srv1ra at
"THK KFSntAI. CHURCH." "41 Wit
Tmt -third street (frank R. Campbell
RulldliiRt. Tuesday, at 11 o'clock Auto
OrtlLSKl. Suddenly, at Plalnfleld, N J , en
Sunday. April IT. IMS. John II, he.
loved husband of Nellie II Crlesel
Funeral sertlces al his late resldsnrp. JeS
Vrt Sstenlieth street. New York, en
Tuisdas. April IJ, 1J1S, at S 1 M
MelNTVUF. At Si Crolt. West Indies,
April TC. of typhoid fever. Minnie
Louise Nuethlnc. wife of Thomas A.
Mrlniyre. Jr. and daughter of Marv
leiulse and the late Charles Frederick
Notice of funeral hereafter
rKUUY .ttarl.1 I. Moore, wlilnn of Ollter
H. Perry, at Xrwtnwn, L. I, on Sun
day, April It
Funeral nt St James Church. Newtown,
on Tuesday. April !. at I It. 1" M
Trains le.le I'enn Station at i IS
WOiM --At Rust Orange. N. J. on Sunday.
April ::. 1J1.1. Julia M. widow of Ariel
Wood, in her eetcnl -.etenth year
Funeral sertlces will he heia nt her home,
7.1 Carletnn street en Tuesday morn
Inc. April :? hi It nviock
New York. Aptll 28, 191S
At a meellnc of thr Ponid of Rlrectot nf thp
Iltnk of IhP Manhaltan Company, held this
date, the follmvlne xtlnuie and Hesnlutlon
were iinanlmonslj adnplctl
it IIIIHI' IS, M e havebrrn called upon tomnum
Ihe ileaili of our friend and fellow inrmbrr,
lliieh tljiilry Atirlilncliiss. we desire In sad
ness to place upon the record of ihl Com
pany mil deep personal sense eif the great
loss wp hate sustained, and to offer our
lllbutr nf appreciation to hi hlrh rharacter
and ahllltv I'lrelcd to membership In till
Hoard March III h. 1M2 thr Hank lias lost a III.
rector whose sound Jintcment. tralnrd hylong
rtperlenre In nirrrantllr and nnaiirtnl affair
madp hi sprvlrrs exceptionally t aluable, Wn
hate lot! not nierelt an estpcmpd asaoctatp.
but a filend. foi whom rtery onr who knrw
him had a sincere affection to which his own
warm heart generously responded. We
shall al at hold in aflrcilnnatp remem
brance his cheerful humor, hi lovable per
sonality, and his kindly solicitude for Ihe wel
fare ef Ihosr who sat with him at this Board
For Ihe Hank and lis prosperity he always en
tertained, a peculiar affrrilen which lent ten
and energy to thr prrfnrmaure of all hit offl
rial duties and entitled him to the gratitude
which Is due an Industrious, etBrlrnl and
Wp feel that our loss Is not ours alone, but It
sharrd In a wider drrrpe by those with whom
he was arqualntpd and with whom ha was
aesorlaled. both In social and civic life
rtr.KOIA LP, That a copy of this Minute, suit
ably rnttotsrd. be sltrnnl by thp mrmhrtt
ef thi Hoard and forwarded to the family
of our late nssorlatr as an rxprrsslon of our
sympathetic and aftrcllonaie regard,
.sTi:rni:. iiakkh, i'rridt
1) II PiniSON. Cashier
I 111:111. H1! WISH to advise all tradesmen and
the public In Kti.eral ili.it 1 shall not be respon
sible for mi ill bis what sorter not rnmractrd by
.K1IIMI COOITH Southrrn I Intel. N. Y.
AM BU LAN C E8 (ahrow) Nr.
Mcs. I'a.italefeiiib i aule.l; Kate a.oo and
am llll I'l Ma.-ihlU'O anil .Ml (rllti Utlt OuttWa.
FRANK E. CAMPIELL, t.IWS.,