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IN A SPANISH PLAY
".Mfliin Jtosa" at Tliirty-niiilli
Street Tlicnlrc Troves
(o Do Dull.
LOU-TKIjLKGEX DOES WUM.
Ti'agcd.v and Clownish Humor
Tnslead of Keiil llin
"Maria Kn.a" At the ThlHr. ninth
'lunch Ueorce (Irnhani
Salvador Meoftrty Stain
'ol Charlca Athley
Jurlco B-U FernnntW
Maria ltotn Dorothy Donnelly
Tm .laurt Oilell
Dorothy llninielty IskiikI n a Ktar at
the Tliltty-nliilli Htrrct Theatie la.it
night to ths ilollght of her friends, who
made tha ttny playhouse noisy with their
itplireclHtlon. .Miss Donnelly Was oeso
elatad With liOU-Tclli-gen, who Ii.li been
hmii In this roimtry hefore with Sarah
Bernhardt. To keep the orcaslon alto
Kettier in r.hldai rous, Ml.ss Doniitllv a.
Iieuml in a jil.iy from tin- Spanish of
Aiiircl Uuliri' r.i. author of "Mm in ..r ti..
liowl.iiiils." l.Vrtha ICalloh aotol in the
ICnirllsli version of this drama and tho
lurolno of "Tleflaml." which wan Kukcii
d'Alherfs musical i-ettliiir of the drama,
was Emmy Destlnu. "Maria Itosa" was
tho title of the jilay neteil lost nlKht. It
hail previously been seen only at tho pre
cocious Toy Theatro In Boston.
Angel Gulmera heard thn talo In Cata
toskm mil It was translated Into a
Spanish play by Jose Uchegaruy. Wallace
Ulllpatilclc and iJnliio MarburK made the
Kngllnh version seen last iiIkIu; so ".Maria
Itosa" hnM an many godfathers as a
(Jslety Thcatm musical farce. This
pennant story Is In tho simplicity of Its
outline not unlike (Juimera'H previous play
keen here. A wife Is loved by tho swag
gerlng beauty of the village. After r
while her husbantJ. Is sent to Jail, charged
with a murder he never committed. It is
the woman's admirer that has sent him
there. In prison the man dies and the
lover Is free to pursue her. This ho does
until the woman, losing the battle which
bus raged In her heart over her love
for the man and the duty she owes to the
husband he was Instrumental In putting
out of the way, consents to marry him.
At the weddlui: feast he loses In wine
the sense of what he Mioultl and should
not tell and Ixiasts that he sent her
huxlunJ. awy that he might win her.
In icturti she stnbs him to dtath.
A Uueer I'rmlnrt In Import.
"Maria ltoa" wa a singular product
to Import to this city. As an example
of thu contemporaneous Spanish theatre
It might have served as a curio In a play
house tlevoteal to such exotlelMtis. It
loes not possess a dramatic scene. In the
Jrst two acts. The story Is revealed
Vy straightaway nurratlve. One en
'Onors in vain to neriM- some char
Jicterlstlc of productions Intended for the
theatre. There seems to hae been
must olivious padding In the effort to
make th; play extend throughout the
length of a theatro evening. The humor
Is supplied by the clowning of peasants,
which became a weariness to the Mesh
befoio the tlrst sut was over. Hut there
was mora' of the same to come. Then a
K'lunbbllng couple added to the horrors of
this same comic relief.
Uulmeia'a investigations of the psycho!
osy of the Cat.ilonlmi peasantry may in
ttren hN own people and their cousins In
the i..itln countries of this hemisphere.
Hut the are mute In their appeal to the
i niotlcins if others. Superstition kept tins
svltlovv fiom marrying the man she loved
for more than a year nfter the death of
her hulund She Intuitively felt his share
in tho plot that caused her husband's
death. To make this conduct plausible, she
should have been a much less sophisticated
person in manner and appearance than
MIsk Donnelly mailo her lost night. Her
affection for the, detel mined lover led her
to admit him to her room, hut the thought
of her husband's death kept her from ac
cepting him In marriage. This analysis
may be true to the typo that liulmera
was depleting. Hut It did not .serve to
make the relict of the departed wlno
lint ".Maria Itosa"' failed theatrlcallv
because It Is tla.lleleiit In drama. Tills
thrill was ever lacking. Sit amount of ac
tion and noise was ever known to com
pensate for It. Vet th'-re have rarely been
more vociferous productions than this de
moted to a study of peasant character.
All" Donnelly was not alwa)s free, from
this fault, vvhMi was evidently the result
of tho actor's efforts to make eNaggerata-il
movement conceal thai luck of dramatic
Interest. Usual the a ffect was the re.
ors', nnl the sound and fury emphaMzoal
the luck of dramatic slgnlllcanci', Thero
arc grounals for believing tlmt ".Maria
Hor;," nitiiit once have been simpler than
It was laht nlsht. That form may have
batn klnda-r tai the scenes that dealt with
the) nn.ilssls of the ivaiuian's charai'ter;
yaBt It caiuld never have made ".Maria
Rom" a play.
Mls lionmlly acted with Imagination
In mo't aif ba r Keenex and shn ninth) the
character superficially ensllble. She
looka'al as u woman of her tlma' anal plnee
may luivo lookial, anal there was some
M'liuhic Intensity In her delivery of cer
tain ipa'echcs. Vet there was too much
vociferation In most of her M'eties. l.ou-Tillega-u,
who whh acting hero for the
flnt lliuaa III Kiigllsh, with 111 every sccno
hut am., a Kpleiiillal example of the results
of self-restraint. In all that li" dial last
night lb" new aa.'taar was udmlrable. Mis
ICngllsh Is easily comprehensible, although
he speal.K nllh a marked accent.
Ha' possesses unusual facial ixpres
shenats and ran ludlcato lth a changaa
of feature maim than many actors express
by much mure violent means. Ho Is
graceful In action despite his extremal
height and his features nro of thu classic
moalel. Ills volcai Is without beauty or
resonance nipl In thu pas-alojiato alerlar.i
tlon of Into to the heroine hu fell Into
nil exagga'iatliili that aleprlved tho sccna)
of Its b'-rl effect. Ills appearance, how
ever, wan notabl" successful. It may bo
If hlu talents are morn varied than hu
caiulal show last night that our stage has
acquired a romantic actor of thu type
which has b"en absent fair sai long.
Thero were two highly colored back
U'loui.als for the play anal a lamentable
lack of uulfaiiinlty In the speech of the
Catalouliuis who lllb'd the stage. One
must have learned his tnethoal of speech
on thai ltowciy, vvhllo another has tin
nib takably been within thu sound of How
Hulls, Characteristic Spanish music hail
bten supplied by Samuel Harlow,
THE STOCK THEATRES.
Tlee n liar .oveltle for Uptown
' nn Dannlann Audiences.
Harrison Fori! Is nald to be the young
est of the vvvll known stock actors In th
United States. He la certainly younger
than any of his predecessors at the Har
lem Opera I Ions... Ills popularity there In
now well founded. Yesterday his per
formance In "The Volunteer Organist"
mailt! him more friends than ever. H
had a popular nseoclate In Florenc Ma
lone. "Tho Yoke" used to bo thought a strong
farce when It was published first ns a
novel. It was not likely to tie any less
of a shocker on the stage. Hut the spec
tators at the Academy of Music jesteriluy
applauded Pjihcllla Knowing and Theo
lore Krlebus without roserv.
"HOUSE OF BONDAGE' DULL.
llroiiKht llrondtvny, It llnron'l I
Interest I', ten the I'ollcc.
"Tiio House of Houahigta" wns pri'senteal
last night at tho Mngncre Tha-atre be
foraa a largo and optimistic audience tint
sat patiently through four nets anal eight
Mieiius In tho hoiw that something would
happen to Interest soniulsaly, even thu
police. Hut nothing happened, and along
toward midnight everybajaly wa nt home.
Tim novel of ltegliuild Wrlgtot Kaiiff
nian the tirograuime ajfi It Is fafnams"
from which Joseph llyron Totten pro-
duced tho famr nets nnd eight scenes, niay
lo of eoiillerablo ms'lologlcal worth, hut
as material for the theatro It has about I
as much dramatic valuo ns a cook book.
lt lilies fire r.o hopelessly dull filial
trite that It Is a question If Deputy l'o
llcai Oommlsfdoner Newbergei-,B stenaig
r.apher, who wns busily engaged In be
half of his chief, could final anything
worth reporting to Commissioner Mc
Kay. Tho pollco will not need to stop this
play. Tho people that pay money for
tickets wilt attend to that.
In bringing tho piny from Tho llionx
to Hroaalivay the management bolstered
up the cast with some wll known names.
Tally Marshall, an a villain so black that
mere, black In Inadequatu to depict him,
smoked ulgntettes nnd Industriously took
curtain calls. Cecil Spooner wim .Wnrj
Denblfih, tiio vlotlm of the villain's
machinations. She played tho rolo utterly
without sympathy or understanding. Kllta
I'roelor Otis deiendel for much of her
effects on her costumes, nnal was success
ful In achieving results. Lucille Laverne
as' tho mother of tho erring maiden was
about the only wholesome looking person
In tho play. Her calico apron was posi
"K. & E." MOVIES HAVE DEBUT.
Thmtrlcnl Unnnicrra Produce "Thap
I ntnl WrddlnK," First of Series.
Ix'law & Krlanger. the theatrical
managers and producers1, made their first
"photo play" production josterday after
noon at the Palace Theatre, offering Theo
aloro Kramer's well remembered melo-
alrnma "The Fatal Wedding." Tho pro
ducer- announced last spring that In as
sociation with tho American lllograpli
Company Uiey woulal put into motion pic
tures well known dramas, comedies, farce
i.w, ntn.Unl . . , .
r uiai weaiaiing. one or about forty plays ' ,
now ready for release, wan the first nhown. no1 B,,rln ,,,,eJr. mf". 1uli'1rl- ,
Others which will follow In quick nucces-l , At 7M6 o clock last night word catno to
nlon Include '.Seven Days." "Tho Wife,"' tn theatre from the International Hie
"Tho Charity Hall." "Diborty Hells," ntrlcol Mechanics Alliance ordering a
"Strongheart" and "Classmates." 1 "lrlk t n" stagehands, electricians and
Tho Fatal Wedding" In Its dramatic carpenters. All of them eighteen In
form wan well known to theatregoers number witlked out. Mr. Hrown got to
a dozen years ago. It wan produced by gether a crew, with himself at the. heart.
Patrick Sullivan. Sam Harrln. now of' "d Including Charles D. McCaulI, Mr.
Cohan & Harris, and AI 11 Woods. Tho i
metodrama wan whown throuKhout i:u.
rope.in countries as well an the United
States anal corneal small fortunes for the
proalucers as well as the author,
The melodrama was easily adapteal to
tho movies, and the large audience nt
the Palace yesterday afternoon had no
difficulty In following tho story. Quite
naturally tho action of the play han been
brought up to the present day. but so far
as polble the original plot was followed
.lrtUlf Willi., ttt..c.i an n.t......t,..1
SL'ene 111 llr:ht vein, the nleen wn main. !
dramatic throughout. The two score or
mote of scenes Indicate the attention
shown the proaluction and gave promise of
thoroughnoM of future "K. & K." movies.
In these days of "underworld" and vice
films "Tho Fatal Wealdhir' came as n
welcomo change. Throughout the three
reels, which ran for three-quarters of an
Jiour, there was not a questionable scene.
The aualleuee liked tho picture. There
was u hearty round of applf.use after the
final picture something a motion picture
seldom gets. The final scenes on the
Mens of a church and the "fatal wed.
ding" Inside the church. In which hundreds
of actors were employed were particu
."ULIA MARLOWE SERIOUSLY ILL.
Abandon Toir tu llrtnrn Here, and
May aTJo ruder Knife.
I.os Anuklks. Cal., Jan. 13. Julia
Marlowe, the nctress. who has been on
tour with her husband, K. H. Sothern.
started for New Vork to-night on a
spcclnl car nttached to a regular east
bound train. She Is strlrk.n with appen
dicitis, nnJ. while her cnndltiain Is not
critical her physicians declaled It would
be better fair her to be sent to New York
tinder the euro of physirlans.
Miss Marlowe's theatrical engagements
have been caiicelh-d. Her husbanal, how
ever, will keep to his schedule. Mr.
Kothein Issueal a statement to-ahiy In re
gard to his Wlfa'.
"My wife." he said. "Is suffering from
an attack of appendicitis. It compels her
tai leave our tour here and riiturn Im
mediately to New Vork. where she will
lie under the cure of her own physicians
nnd will bo reaaly for an operation If that
"Mrs. Saithern may be compelled, to re
tire from the stage, but we will not know
for six weeks whether this must come,
lis it will take at least that time to permit
the. surgeons to know positively tho seri
ousness of her condition."
MOVED FROM BROADWAY.
Miiinia That llr Served Their Time
There Miivr Seen l',le hs-rr.
(luy Standing nnd Chrystal Heme were
at the liraal of thu company which trans
ferred licorgai Scarborough's melodrama,
"At Hay," last night to Die West Kual
Theatre. The audience rat In rapt at
tention at this clever play of blackmail
In high life anal found special fun In the
acting of (luy Standing as the gentle
manly Irish adventurer. Miss Hernn Is
a lovely apparition of girlish loveliness.
Cnand Opera House--If thero Is danger
of any oung woman In New York being
lured against her will to tho sort of
house none should frequent It will not
bo from lack of opportunity to learn of
tb existence of such perils. "The I.ure"
has been acted for months In New York
anal In the outlying centres. Last night
it wan back again on Manhattan Islam!
dispersing Its evangel sweetness, and light
at th liniud Opera House. It Is still
well actual by pretty Mary Nash, Vincent
Serrano and the other members of the
company from tho Maxlno Ulllott Theatre.
illi: IHIAMVliZ.Vno.V Ol' ItKtllNAl.ll W KKIIIT KAITI'MAN'S NOVIII,
THE DAUGHTER OF MRS. CHESTER ARTHUR
pitt:snii:T or tiii: phacticai, motiii:iis' ass'., haim
i Till: PHACTIC.SI, MtlTIIIMt!
"I Have Seen
And Think Every Mother fn
New York Should Urge Her
1 Daughter To See Thie Play"
1IIK NC10l.fUll-AI, FUND OF TIIK MKUK'AI. ItKVHIW Or IIKVICWN AND
WHO HAW TIIK PI.Y U1HT NIUIIT
I STAGE HANDS STRIKE
IN BRADY THEATRES
Extra Itonri Crew at l'la.vlioue
Dcinanils Work, Tlionirli
Paid When Idle.
t, ,m tuvii oai'vt'u
1 Ml lAlfi II Mil SET SI hAM
Delegates Then Order S.vmiia
thetie Walkout, at, the Forty
The Mugo hands at the I'll. house. In j
West Korty-elghth street Just enst of
Hroadway, and at tho Korty-elghth Street I
Theatre, a few doors further west, both '
William A. Hrady apnterprlses, struck hint'
night Just before time for tho curtain to .
rise. .Mr. Hrady, It developed, had en-1
countered the same rule of the union
about raiad crews that caused trouble
for Davlal Uolasco some tlmo ago,
"The Things That Count," a Hrady
nttracttoti, wan moved from .Maxima
Klllott's Tlieatro to tho Tlayhouso about
fife weeks ago. Hememberlng Mr. Ho
Iosco's troubles when ho moved "Tiio
Temperamental Journey" anil when tho
union csJIm! n Ktrlke because Mr. He
lasco refused to hlro a. roaal crew Mr.
Hrady hired a loaal crew of about a
dozen men and took them to his I'luy
house. Tho Dayhouse has a full crew of
Its own. so there won nothing for tho
"road crew" to do. Mr. Hraaly told them
ho would pay them Just tho name and
when the show went on the roaal would
take them along.
Iist Friday night A. O. Drown, man
ager of the Playhouse, found some of the
extra men on the stage. He told them to
ret out, repeating Mr. Hradyn promise.
Hrady's general manager: Uobert Mc-
lntyrc. the treasurer : John Cromwell, the
' HtiiL'A iia:ifmirfF tha. r)il,.f llshpr aatial the
rest of the ushers anal began to put up tho
Mr. Hrown went before the curtain at
S :30 and explained. The llrst curtain
went up twenty minutes late. It took so
long getting the swond act et that How
ard Kstabrook, om of tho actors, went out
anal ngatn presented the apologies of tho
management. Tho whole sh6w was given
without a serious hitch. The bouse was
crowded and thu auallence In excellent hu
mor. After ordering the strike In the Play
house the union delegates went to the
Forty-eighth Streaat Theatre, where "To
day" Is being presented. Neither the
house nor the show Is on nasi out.
right by Mr. Hrady, but he Is Interested
In buth. "To-day" hasn't movid at all.
but a sympathetic strike was ordered and
again all the stage hands walked nut.
At 9:30 o'clock last night a man giving
his namo us Mr. Spencer, from thu me
chanics' union, called at the Ilayhouse
and askisl to see Mr. Hrady. He was tola!
that Mr. Hrady was. Ill at home. Ho said
that If he could sae Mr. Hrady he might
put the men back to work again, but,
falling In this, he went away.
lA-ander ltlchurdson, Mr. Hrady's press
representative,' naJd that Mr. Hrady wnuhl
consult hln counsel, Nathan Vidavcr, this
morning with a view to applying for an
Injunction In the Supreme Court to-day
against the union.
000D FLAYS IN BROOKLYN.
Some at the Week' Shows In Thea
tres Across the Ilrldar,
Tho Montauk Kugene Walter's melo
drama "Finaj Feathers" hal various
names before It found complete wuvcess
under lt present title. It wan worth
while to try, try again with this play,
which, while It did not nuccced at first
an "Homeward Hound" or tinder any other
name, has been continuously prosperous
since It wan produced ' H. H. Frazce la
Chicago two years ago. The audlencn last
night was lutercnleal In the human anal
absorbing story of tho piny.
Tho Majestic--F-avorltes In Manhattan
are to bu at this theatre during another
week, for they have lift'iniw Just as isjp
ular here an thoy used to be In Forty
second street. The same actor, Jane
Cowl, Flaircnco Nash. William Mack anal
Ornio Caldara anal thn others that maalu
New York take "Within thai Law" to Its
heart, last night began tho .sca-ond and
last week of their atay In Hrooklyn, be
fore u largo audience,
F0LIES MARIGNY 0FENS.
Jonn ."" rr and l.evr lalnn Have
Chnrge of llallroom.
The Folic Marlgny, New Vork'n newest
place of auiuscinent, atoji the Forty-fourth
Strei-t Theatre, opened at 11 o'clock last
night. It la n complete theatre, restau
rant and dancing place. The placu has
been entirely changed, painted filial deco
rated since It was used an a roof garden
A performancu wan glvon on the regu
lar btago by Dorothy Toye. Oy-lta nnal
Donna Leigh, Nana, Oscar Lorraine ami
Hlrschel Henaller. Thu last number was
Marcel's Living Stntues In new paises.
The darning on the ballroom Hour wan
under the leadership of Joan Sawyer anal
Lew ljulim, As the evening progressed a
number of surprlre acts appeared, t-everal
of tho stars of the Winter (iarden appear.
Ing, among them Hernnrd (Irauville,
Howard and Howard, Itorzlka Dolly anal
TlltUTHI'. 414th hi..
.Int Hut of B'war.
Kn, nilO. Mats.
To-m'w Nat. aiio.
THE FRENCH ACTORS AGAIN.
They I'lny In llrltlniilcn" anil "l.e
llnlser" nl I lie Harris.
The French Stage SoeUty, which Mis.
Henry Harris shelters In the Harris
Thentre, him nlteady inlvaticid to Itncliie,
which Is a step beyond Its previous efforts.
"Iltittiihlcus," followed by Theodore lie
Hanvllle'M "I.u Halser," wns acted yesttr
alay afteinoain. This Is certainly a. typl
cally national programma1. It would bo
Impossible to Units Its like In the thentre
of any other nation,
7lrs reails Viinos fraam the caipy of
the I'lpnru, which Is bi liming tai him anal
iltllicrtc at Venire already unhappy In
their Inalepeinleiicaa of nil the world tho
news of that Pails they have both begun
to king fair. "Tlens, tine premiere an
Palais Hoynl. On coiiimeiicera a hult
heures et deml." ,
It Is lllbrrtr's duty to be brnve. so sho
tries her harmless little Jaike!
"Noun n'nuiains temps pas o'artlvcr."
It Is the lust she can alo In tha clictim
stances, fair this wonderful M-ene In
"Frou Frou" of the dlseuchantnunt that
may follow tint sudden hive Is pltt
less hi the problem It oen for talo
woman. Hut they keep on reading tac
theatre announcements, these two desper
ate souls, to lliul "l.a Jitlve" at tho Opera,
"Ies Faux Meuages" at this theatro and
"I.e Premier Jour do Honheur" nt that.
Hut "llrlttanlcus" at tip; Odeoti daias nait i
make them homesick. It Is the one echo I
of Paris that docs nail whisper to them !
that they both want to be laack there.
Hut Haclne's play was acted hero yes-,
terday aftertiaon ntnl It has bin u bang
lime since Mellhae ,v Halcvy s master
piece adorneal the programme of any New
York theatre. There ought to bu a nub
ile for these performance s of tho French
classics a larger public than there was
In the Harris Tln-atre jisteralay. The
French verse Is recltcal with sufflaicnt
skill to give the language Its full clTVctlve
lies. It Is altogether poMdhle that the
persons tu whom tho pieces woulal be
most hehcllclnl mUhl bo miliar bored by
what they witnessed. Hut ciilturo Is not
all beer and skittles, anal outh might
occasionally be remlndeal that thero arc
other word In the French language than
"the" anal "alaiisarit" anal that tho com
bination of the two was not altogether
tho highest achievement of the aitlsts In
the Otilllc tongue.
Mine. Yorska, who betrays her lack of
experience chletly In her paucity of ges
ture anal Its unlmaglnutlveiiesi. ami In her
Inillfferenci. to tho presence of her asso
ciates, played WrtltriMfcH-s. There is no
record of any production of the pl.iv
here; so It cannait bu said that this part
Is customarily acted by a man. Hut
this Is truaa of those theatres In which
Haclne's tragedy Is still nllve. .Mine.
Yorska should not forget that a listener
may l quite as eloquent as the rmast
vehement declaliner. Her associate yes
terday were Jose Huberi, Adrlen Urevln,
Henri Ventolin, Mary Norton, t!eorgett.
Paslailt land Nane Defrance, M. Hub'ti
is evidently much more cxpcrlcnceal than
any of his associates, ami he acts with
a freedom anal variety known to none of
them. His performance of Pierrot, with
Its suggestion of natural and Ingenuous
gayety ami his graceful gesture, was a
most ngreeable achievement In fimtas.
tic comedy. Mine. Yorska scintillated in
her white and silver frock and rend the
lines of De Hnnvllle with feeling.
"BIO BILL" LEFT IN THE LURCH, j
llalnsrit. Has Mrlke tit -IMI Drivers'
am Ills IImihIs,
Ni:waiik, N J Jan. 1?. Nearly all of i
the 200 drivers employed by Joseph Mar
rone, who has the contract for thu re
moval of city garbage, struck this morning
and left lllg Hill IMwards In tho lurch.
The former New Vork city Stra-et Cleaning
Commissioner Is now general superin
tendent fan Marrona-. anal he hustleal alout
to-day making elTairts to aaljust the
difference with his men. I.Ike a lot of
othtr folk, they want more pay nnal shorter
Chief of Police Long was nsked to pro
tect the drivers who refused to iUlt.
There Is no report of any one threatening
to assault Mr. Kdwartlt.
rlh .1 13.14th ltailV Mill ' lU'-ttM'HlH 51
l.tj riupii i arnfiiluf st,i.ri' 10 1 Ire Thrills.
A M E R I C A
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Maiine Ell iotfs 7 ul?1 Ton ight &
Willi llltllll WI.N.M. MArilllMi.-..
OtaTU ST 'I h. .1 neat H a n 1-a.gs s-.n
33in af t, .roMaiirt it iiinrraaw
in. LOU TELLEOfcN V,!
a VDir "lid n' "f wny livs, s;i
a ;o Vi tl- a e To-morron :i.1
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ftnucnv "liaa or 11 w rif n.
'011. fill e Mai. lo-ilix U'ltl.
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I -VUniKF v'"'r aiMlvanv I'vifs s;ni.
rLNinUWOC ,MiW vtntlnee Tai iiio '.v i'-Wi.
THE THINGS THAT COUNT
!!.vv,UST WEEK OF
I'vrttlrclu hin l,at 7
Xjirtornnrr on the
At Yotk .sitii'f
uith crniiti in: i.i-i.ioi ii
TO-KISHT, , MICE & MEN
ui:n, map ,rs iivmi.i.i
i:n. kvh i.itiiir that i ii.i:ii
I HUH. Ills I ll-l AlalH'.irM IIIIM III'.l.l.ll
Kill. ,11 n.,1
l lllieiMllltt MA.A rtir v i;.ii-i
PASSIM! 3D I' UK II I IIM'U
hA.HT NH.IIT-.S.vr.. .i.w. a I
M P. M.. Patsllllt 'al I'laiaar il'lcli ( ci 1)1 II
I'. M.. .slinw'sUiirMr ft CU'iipntrn lAel
u.:m I'. M., l.lk'iuili"! I'aailail (Aetau in I1,
M , llnmli't (llnllie IjifI Aeli,
Ml Senls nn I'rk-es .VI 01 to ;o, m
f'ANIN'O, ll'iv nut ,1'jtli HI, Pas s IV
Souvenir HlKli ,1Iii1 I'erfunio slven lai every
latly nt Weil, suit Snt, Mnllnerv
IMIi SI., I), of II way, Kvi'H.nt S:'.o.
maiimitk I iiiincrrr rivina
Toni w & inunnit iniLun
Sat. ..si, i"irr.ti 1 nr.iiii,"
pOLUMIIA JJK BURLESQUE &&
U BELLES OF BEAUTY ROW
CHEMICAL am DRUG SHOW
MAIHKON NOI'AKi: tiAHIU'.N TO-IIAV.
CUISI'-S JAN. Jnth. AUMISSION, 50e
REPUBLIC fSiH ,'r;,?'Adm.25o.
L'MVfltNal. f M M
aVO. rilKHKM Itt
HAHMERSTEIN LOSES IN I
FIGHT AGAINST MOVIES
His Application for Injunction
In. ial Hadasco and other thtatilc.il
inai.agcrs ilefa ualeil the movies yesteralav
In i irialavlts befoii) Supremo Court Jus
tla.' Seabury that to show moving pictures
all' s mat Injure thu lajputatlon or n "high
class theatre." As n result the court de
nied an application by the HainmiTstelu
Opera Company, which owns the Itepub
He Theatre, to restrain llelasa'ti ami thai
Cnlversal Film Company from presenting
"Traffic In Souln" nt that house, which Is
leased fiom the llntumersteln company.
The case will to to tilal,
In asking for the Injunction Oscar
Haimuersti'ln s.ilal that tin- holder of
tho mortgage on the piopurty threaten
to demand payment because the reputa
tion of the Hepubllc Is being lnjura-al
tin ough tli aj display of movies. In reply
Mr. Helasco i-ald that the Aator Theatre
showeil movies before "Seven Keys to
Halalpatu" opened unit thu Lyceum had
movies before Its pra'scnt nttrncllon. nn
did Wallack's btfoia- It. prci-ent surciss
Daniel Frohnian salil that his reputa
tion lias not been hurt by hi manugtuieiit
and ownership of photo plays. Charles
Huinhiitu of Wallack's ami Sam Hauls
of tho Astor agreed with Frohiir.in,
I'Ih anil Pin ers.
AI II. Wooals will present "Tha Vel. ivv
Ticket" to-night at tin- llltlnge Theatre.
The cast will Incluale John Miisou, .lolin
llariyiiiori,l Florenee Heed, Ihnmett Coi
rlgan anal Julian l.'Kstraiige. The tlrst
matinee will take place to-morrow
I.jalla Ivyasht onvraal twa new aluna'e
at thu Wliit.r tiaiileu last night, ra
placing "Haiitiiulii ami Hlueblral." which
she pnsentcal for bur tlrst New York ap
pearance. The two numbers conslsteal of
iln Hose," a pas de deux with music
by Hlon, anal "In Ixive," a not Ik r pas alo
ileux, with music by Kressler. Mm.
Kyasht wore for both alaures a simple
white Orcelnn tunic.
Julian Kltlnge began rehearsals yester
day of a new melodramatic farce In thrto
acts entitled "The Crinoline Olrl," with
which ho will replace "Tho Fascinating
Widow." The play will open In Atlantic
City on February V.
A euchre will bu given at the Hottl
Astor next Monday afteinasin to raise
money for the Stage Children's Fnrial to
purchase a home ut Atlantic Highlands.
The price Is JO.POi.'. I'llze for next Mon
day have been donatid by Julia Marlaiwe,
Frances Starr, Do Wolf Hopper anal
The opening p rformance of "The Dc.nl
lock" will tnko place this evening at
Mnxlrie Klllott's Theatre, The cast will
Itwiudo ftllth Wjime Matthlson, Frank
Losisi and Thomas J. C.irrlgan. "The
Deaallock" ileal with the problem of the
attitude of the Chuiih towanl civil imir
llage. A numh-r of nrmy nnd navy ott.retn
attenaleal the Palace Tlaatre last n.ght i.i
houair of Cecilia Wright, a voting Hug.
Ilsh girl, what made ba.r vaudeville aleliut.
Miss Wright sang the requiem fair the
deaal o tthe I'tilteal Staten battleship
Maine at Fort Cabanas anal has since been
known an "The Daughter of the Navy"
NEWARK BONDS SELL HIGH.
Coiiintroltrr Place a:t,N7U.MHI nl
NEWAtiK, N. J Jan. 19. Coniptioller
Parmly ohl 3.S7,OUO municipal bonds
nt public auction In his otllce to-alay at
high premium. Hhodes & Co. of Na w
Vork got $400,000 alaick nrnl rmadaiw
bonds for 10.'. :2, unal tb" same company
tawik $100,u00 watershed extension loiial.s
for 104, SO. Hlddlng In combination, Ksta
brook & Co. arnl Hemlck, Hodgas & Co.
took $2,200,0110 rcfunalllig lionals, $97il,UuO
of school construction bonds ami $200,000
aif water main extension bonals for 103.37
WINTER GARDEN 1',:
lsllneo To-In l - IV l ! ..Va
ZlffiRgkll1' THE WHIRL OF
THE WORLD hIT
A.A.TU CT tiii' Tur. w of ii'vvw.
in a !.. rieiais iton'r
!' at i l,nrp. Mt Taiin'va. A Snt it I sh.irp.
Umilnn Ciileiy Tlie.urr l"ai nnal l'raliiriion
THE GIRL T;M: FILM
To-nia.frow MallBac. Ilest Seals l U.
FOLIES MARIGNY I'lMFiie Prvanl i;nti.
II In I Mulilly Ailni l Vnrla'le llnnrln;
lliirailhv 1nr, i)y-l(s, mid DorliM lelela.
Mareel's IJiIiik Art Stiaalli-, Jean suyer &
1 W. ' tW laOHOwWSa
lrrinisloii ll.ll'laer's WieMX
AVAIM, Cl)l U
LITTLE 1 THE
S'fiS? ! PHILANDERER
V.h, Mi. Mat'. Tai-mv & Sat. '.'-10.
anilTU Then , f.th St., West of H'nny.
DUUIfl i;vh Mals.i'hurs, ASat.;:ia).
Wlnthroii Allies I'ri'ktnts
The fantasy ullh Musle
with MAitiii mini: i i.aiiic.
THE WELSH PLAYERS
RIIICESS i iica nti: ok run 11.1.S.
Knllre Netv Dill of Siirhrlns. Inuelis ami
Thrills MOMIAV fVIINIMi. JAM AIIV M,
4HTII ST. IlllUlIti:, llvn.hfln. Mnts.'JSO.
llllil.llST II B FAJ Tliiiis ami
si:cfi:ss. Il'-l'lll sat. .).
wi:sr r.Mi. i:sth, tv, of Mh Ave i'vk. mis.
ammi:iisii:in in Din inrc
viiniM-rviiy vvit'i;. m an nw 1 w
flirts A JiLephliie. Will lliitTern. triil'k .
Ilovter. aV f M'tarn Trouoe, 13 ollieis.
IRVING PLACE THEATRE
Tn-ntclil. M'lHlM- I IIAI!:; 'I ui t'At'ST:
Wist.. I'lttll', IIIMI.MIAIIDI (first Tlmel.
5TU A v.. Il'way, ITrlxIe I'iIcium lwisky'h
" 28ih St. i'C km nla nil, "Maria UiA fo ,
Dally lilli 7:4'. 'U While Hii.auirs, oilier"
ACADEMY 8,15, Mats, dully, III ;u 30, THE YOKE
,. Av i J, W
M w itiiiK'H i. i:inxi
NEW AMSTERDAM THEATRE !i,;
"i ai, Hnu.r lie in ' " II w rrlnaia-ar Mnnnerr
rntTUMP VUr CKS
THAT DOOR OPENS INTO "THE LITTLE CAFE"!
Thlt man is a waller. He' Rot
to wait. But don't you be a
"waiter." Help yournelf to the
good things of life when you
can, nnd the quintessence of
all that is bright and gay in
this life will be found in
"THE LITTLE CAFE."
MAUDE ADAMS i
THE LEGEND OF LEONORA
liy "r nuihaar f Till' l.l'ITII Ml.N'tSTIill.
s Vfa7llrM I. Mt.. nr tl'uay. Kve, 8,'JO.
LTWfcUIYl iiju.ihurs A Sal. 2:!W.
Mtl lli.rl. tut- never tain ureal sen
Turk uuilianaf mure Hat.rtiuunl; " L J"",
Miss BILLIE BURKE
In V s y i am1- a-ea'" .
THE LAND OF PROMISE
NEXT MONDAY AFTERNOON 2,30 ONLY
aSt ATM MlW Ml I.I 1
The Staue Society ut N'ew erU will t" vnt n
new Amrrl rii t'lny. rirl time aaii any Hairi'.
Heap Game Watch
A iretili'ni play from n Montana point of
view liv I'.llrntaetli Hirst, prtsluceal tav riiaimas
A Me. Cost Incl, llali' Kane. (Jlias, Ijiic,
.Inhn Caine, fenllnaiitl Uaittlialla, Thin A
lse..tesle (iraliarn, farice ClarUe, I'nul tlair- I
ilnn, II 1" I'rlli lianl. Thomas Reynolds
iHinYYfll nT. I. nfiraN. live. NSO.
II U U U n iialliursTo-in'w ASat.at;2).
i:l- WOIII ti In .1 three liour
A LITTLE WATcH -IWr SIDE
i ULT0N .'?A-nr-MI5LC
I'll I'l I. It .Vie.
II' WAV. IS ST t'ves 50
Val To m v & .st.2.
lo Kl.ttO MAI. lO-M'W.
foiit.N's itr.sr I'utv,
7 KEYS TO
KLAdOU MMl. Tliiir A- S'''.?!i.,., -M
Mt'f.S WOltt. IS WOSIil'llH I "
1; !):':,".!... THE SECRET
Ulll I IPH'C Hua A .nth St l.-a-a ss.
HHLUbl d Malllir.. To na(r-'.v A; Sal 220.
In the treim-nilaiii-ly "GRUMPY"
Miceasful ruineily drama.
Till: l.l'HK, M( ''"
Nrl .Main.. IH".eaa'' The" r. Hi"
GLOBE THEATRE aiKIU!:,
IHLU.M.HIMS -rctTrkW IIKA i 1-HI;AI. MMIWS f
THE SHOW -1 iik. imzi.ims ki,mi nr urn.
iivanTUC Vou have all n-en imiviiic pieriires. i.u 10 ine 1 ,11
AIM inc. Theatre anal a-r hnw mie Is inaite with alll alli a li
CAMERA 1 ii.in o ihe Mnvlri; frank tnlia.wairlliv s the turn in
vrajcp I IF?I Invrr IrnnK Moiilan, heial of the AiuI-MiivIhk I in 111
lC,VC,ri 1.IU. s.i,v i,..l l,n I,,,. i,l,.,ire la' the IJlltcll ait ta- nl.
Mvr. aa . r iaH
II IT.lt t I
II 11 I V-
Wel.att5. lAmoreilel'Ire He. Ilaarl, 1 1 r-r.irl-l
aaiitana, Aiiitto. I'lalur. 1 nntt.. Tiwanliil. 1
lhur. al 2 1 Mm Mar llullrrrlr. I arrar.
ri'inla Martin. Sa-aiill, llaala t'aanal,, ivlawti,
Ihuri.nl 7 i.'. I rl.tHii nnal l.oltte. I ri'in'latl,
I liar. I'rln., Well. l,rlsaai ( aunt . Taa,chntlll
I'rl. nt V ItiMrnkiiVHllrr. t)ter. II mi" I.
l.i.e liaarlu. WeM, Mil'ain.i- t'tniil , lli rt
S.U. Mat al 2 lllinalilia Hlu I'ri'inlere Matte,
letne. Mala, Alihini.r, Sa iriirail i. 1 I air.l. MMu j
lay I'arflllll t I. Ilaarl. f.tril.n.Atllatia.l'aiai ,1'aalacfii,
LuLali4 1'iap, I'rli r, lnnnliuruer. ia,llnii, 1
l'tein.laal, I rl'i-. Weil, (Irl-wnM ( nnat . Ilt-rl..
.eti Men. at. Kan-nlu k I nilrr. I arrai . illien
Join, tlaallK Hal' ll'ivtae' I'lallil. Iltrt.
IIAIItiM N 1'IAMI I sr.l.
S It IITV til' N'l W V11I1K
.lOSKI'SlltlN'sKY. I OMIt't Kilt.
.Neil Ihiir.. I ''.. HilR. .rl I rl. Aft., 9 ::.
r"v:,.!i!' FLESCH moi.m.
titrtry Mow llcttlitivt n, Seliutiert, Wrhrr.
ext Sitliirit.it Iflernnitii nt U:.'IO.
A KIM I III I (llf
funit'Kie H ill. TlrUcls al Ilox tlltlee.
LEOPOLD STGK0WSK1, canductor
Soloist. Al MA CLUCK
Scats Toe, tM, It to, .', '.' 50 nl Hoi Ofilce
t'AltNf.lilf. II VI. I.- lues. Art., .Ian. U7, at :,
SilMi IIKfl I'AI. MMi:.
Seats Joe to K'.im on Mlu al Halt .Man'K'l "
Waalf.ailiii llurtuu Slrtniiaj I'liinn.
f'nrncKlf Hull, 'III.MIilll al M.lfl.
Kl'ltl M IIIMII.flt. Mnslral lUrtetur.
JULIA CULP Soloist
anil M M tllltK NVMI'IIONV OIK III.SIItA.
Sr.ils K Ui 7.'.'. til Hall or Mil, Anlunla Sauirr.
Arnllan Hall, Writ. Aft., .Ian. 'Jl, ut .'I.
1W. to t2, Mnnaecmcnt IamiiIoii Churlloii,
So 1' te IV iif a'l V at r k A
I MAI.ll.lt II VMItllst II, enilin liir. I
I rvl S11111I111 fl .Inn, 'JA, I
I ri.llllD.M f. II l tai Saiprallil. I
I til.Oltt.r. IIAIIIIIJIU I'lUla- I
I IIITTIIDVI'.N'S SMI'1IIISV Xl S. I
I he.it. at lliavrilllie Aeolian Hull. I
inr.Miti.H m st t i:shi.s.
IT EVERY MIN'S DOOR INlt
I Klitw Jfe Krlnnncr's
. (' imtil.v Musifriiliu1
II. ml, nnal I . Iic.li
t M S Mi I. Kan
Mlltla- r IV all Lairll.
"As catchy ns on,
insnired blend of
I.II.V . l.tl.S'li
Tango Music and
lightful." THAT'S tiii:
I IIPITY IJ! hi W of ll'w.iy tv n.
T I'lll'w A Sal 'ii,
AaiCTV llio.iiliiav A li'.ili St l've 1.T)
MarliierTo nmr A SalnraUr.
in. it nrraltv 1101 litlinr rraa
III Will. HurlMlt
THE STRANGE WOMAN
ntaiTCriinii n'av a mil st rv n.
Hnutniun tat. To m'w A Sut :
ItAClfl'l. Cltorili.lf!' N'tw ComiMJc,
KMrKKHHOrKrit. Il'vvay. .1 St V.v S 5.
Msrlnres 1 leiniirrim- A Satnnlav I'll
WM H T.R1NE I DOUBLAS FAIRBANKS
Willi Ania'llu lllnBhuni A IMtrkla I uMlim
. i- -THE NEW HENRIETTA"
IS St . W. of li'wa. I've
Vat neca Tnur sar 3211
ft j aiair ria -'-ai
11 tti siiivrii
iiititii:sT a iu:st nr
AI.l. MlSlt'Al. HITS.
:l:o. rnUlH'S ''ny a -"'''i st i'v. is
M. minnil s Mar Tom'w A Sal ; IS
I'UI'I'l.vi. ..ale. to mi.r.u MA I. lo.Molt'w
POTASH k PERLMUTTER
KiDAViii :t 'l.
1 A I hi Tiit-Mlnv.
.lala 27. 1 ru :ial
met I"'ih t a .to '
anal alisroverisi u drain air aai'rai'ia, 111 . uc. ,aini ina-i
lifivi'y,hlalaai(thlrr, vtholstn laavaiwltli the le.iallnf lan ef
the iniavlnc jileiure liovv! anat the iarnnierlnis "taee man
iik'T. I't'llx allrr. allreellnir the iiraslnetlaaii ot '.lie picture,
anal atla-rwarat api'arlni.' a the Iral'iiis liulianil
111nn1r the Minir lilts are Kotlnvv tlie"roil'" Slip! Sup'
slip" i)h. rvcllla 1. Irl, II1.11 Alum' anal "When the
Moon Slyly Wlnls -
The funny allaloiue of Kim MacDamaiurli Mill rrlve 101
one of the laest lanirli- of the jrar
THOMAS W. ltVI.KY'S I I TltA MOI1I ItV Ml Sla. 1,
ft IMI in
A KOI, IAN II 1,1,.
TO-NIGHT at 8:15
Sa'eiiint 1 unei ri
DELE MAROULIES TRIO
Seal. K! Sl.Sti Vila le tlairiilllli" i a
.siiiiar Lenpailit l.tehleialarruV '
lla, OHIav l.a aa St hut 'I
I'Mrneule Unit, snt. Ml., ,lun. :il. nt 'i ;io.
Violin lo-elial W-- w a A my
mischa EL MAN
Seat.. 2 f In J2
At Hull Marl W nlfjiaiiii i tiro ii iSre'iivvm I'll'
TFNTIIRY nriitt i:mi:i. rutt
. VLiIll vivi inn .1. nisi ifjiia.i.
NlBlil. .it S Map Weil A t-.ti ai .
Thl. Week A Next Maata "l.t llllllf ll-''
Wrrklk'ir .NextTue. ."ItOMIUI mitt .Ifl.ll.l.'
I'uplaiialniy ltvrli.it I II.' 1'i.inn lay
M A I. I i: It I A M It N f II .
tin. A fleriinoii ut ' "llht'liiuolil."
frlilay rierii"oii, .'an "i "talkure." Aeolian
Hull. St a b r.i ''I. in M il
FITIIIRF l?al SI . W. nf ll itay l'ie 'S
bklinuu hi Mat iii innrrnii ial . U
li.. li. II I
1 1 I sir v i
I H 1 1 ft.
M YELLOW TICKET
v.h JilllN M SON .tii.1 Ml Sla 1
B. F. KEITH'S NEW YORK THEATRES
COLONIAL ... ."'!';"'"
iiir.ai a 1 1 a ara ' 1.M1..1
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Mr. (,.!,. II
II UiMRRA -'i - 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 viis
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II 1 1. V M VI' V.V' UiiTleatii Pamela, aiili
MiRI PMTlli U
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TllaM'UlM' aif ''
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III Mill linn t'
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M.lllllt e To 1l.1v S I'
a. IT s l.'a III Itl.l.SIII I
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Mill.. Writ, .V
l.a.t UIITUiy TUC all! Jane foul
n. Mai V 'nir'. r
M'.VI' W. UK AT IIAV.
Ml .Ml Al,
M'.W YOltK Xeir Vork tllf.
Imlltllt' of Minlrll rl of Hi flu- nf Vou Vn'Vl,
ritANK tnMiitisfii, Hiiii'miit.
Oomplftrraluoatltin In niule wlllinnl slnc Attr"1.
Adttrrii Secretary, l.i) Clairmout av.a .V. . v.'H".