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THE SUN, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1916.
NOTES OF THE NEW THEATRICAL SEASON
DOItOTHY MAYNAHD, who la
appearing In "Tho airl FVom
ltrarll" at the Korty-fourth
fjttt Theatre, hna auftered alt
,f amMtlons to go 1y the bonrd
corfiiucnco of tho fact that
xr abilities iiH n dancer, particularly
Ljjptcl tit musical comedy, has lntcr-
tVj with her higher nltna. Mlsa Mny-
)ti tttull hf a Krand opera Blner.
Bat ivcry (ITiirt In that direction
Hj.-t has been thwarted In conse
incc of a p.ilr of gracefully moving
.wt, mic sim is prrjiiin-a ni any
t to (to on and sing the leading
its of "Mudamo Butterfly," "Tosca"
jed Tasllnccl," nho Hilda herself In
Xi Girl from Urazll" executing a
tart graceful little dance, and as a
,,p to her hopes und ambitions a
cetry little song or two. Miss May-
while heralded as a newcomer,
j not entirely unKnown 10 tnese parts.
iie U French Canadian, born In
L-ubfft and was unfamlllur with a
t.i( worJ of English when she was
;i jear or age. alio was urougnt
usira U New lorK wncn mie was 15
(Uo Oiu, uuu oivuivu tin vilHKt.llieill
ji the chorus of "The lied Feather,"
.1 which oraco van riiuddirord up-
irrd. She proved bo protlcJent in
I At chorus that after six weeks she
nit enacting tho poubrettc role fl1. 1
jil then secured the rolo of tho In- i
jtsue I" Henry W. Savage's produc
con "The Shu-Gun," und then for a
JMr the MnB the prlmn donna role
V.th lllchard Carlo In "Jumping Jupl- ,
;tf," Thon came u season alternating
JIB M'tzl lltjos, and then a year tn
:M Jnm:i uonna roic 01 i ne norc
Mild" Miss Maynard has Jumped
'torn prima donna to Ingenue and
iick with unfailing regularity. When
uKph fantley wus been In "When
Drtamj i'oiik True" nho was seen as 1
Mt liiB' nuo. Miss JInynard has played i
mfl part.cul.irly successful muoiih ns ,
h prima donna of musical comedy j
tock. Two years ago she was seen
't tho Printer's Theatre, Montreal, for
;,n weeks ni the star of such musl- i
l pieces as ".Madame Modiste, I
The l'ortuno Teller" and "Madamo
hrrry." Dating these performance.!
ist Mnyimrrt Introdured a number of
Kronen songs. Then came a stnrrlng
engagement In which she appeared
with Saddle Cliff In "To-night's the
Night. Miss Mnynurd lately was
i tarred In musical comedy stock In
Denver, and with the closing of that
engagement camo to New York to np
rear In "Tho Girl From Drazll."
Kva I.c Gnlllcnne, who Is playing
J atricla Mallny n "Mr. Lazarus," thi
new comedy by Harvey O'Hlggins and
Harriet Ford. In which" Henry H. Dlev
Is starring at tho Shnbert Theatre, has
a voice of peculiarly alluring quality,
deep and natural and frcBh toned, and
with that little catch and tender
chucklo of laughter In the throat ond
tear In the eyo wlstfulness that can
not be resisted.
Eva Le Qalllenne Is tho younger
daughter of Klchord I.o Galllenne. the
poet. His elder daughter. Hespcr Lo
Galllenno, Is making n name for herself
In literature. Kva Lo Oalllennc was
brought up by her mother In Europe
and lived In the old Elizabethan manor
house In Surrey, with Stephen Phillips
and a Parnassan crowd of the muses
who live In Surrey for neighbors.
When she was G years old sho was
taken to Paris to live In tho Lmtln
Quarter with her Danish mother (who
Is a Journalist and n litterateur and
writes In Danish for tho Copenhagen
periodicals), and there sho a.iw tho
great Ilcrnhardt nnd determined at 5
J ears! on n stage career. At 15 ahe
made her stage dtbul with Constance
Collier In the London production of
Monna anna." Last season she mad?
bnrh won first prize In the Interstate
oratoilcal content of thn mlddlo West.
Ten states, representing sumo eighty
colleges, are concerned, and tho winner
must have been victorious In a rerles
of threo separate contests held at va
rious times and places Hhe scries tak
ing two years to complete. Mr. llaticr
baeh found time for many such eon-
I tests In oratory nnd debate, In spite
her New York debut In "Mrs. Holtay's of the fact that he was working hln
Daughters" In the blackfaco rolo as
the maid! And New York first waked
up to the wlnsomeness of the pretty,
grave eyed girl in "Tho Melody o(
Youth," In which she played an Irish
part to sleal the heart away.
In "Mr. Loaarus" she has a Cinder
ella rolo that recalls the "Merely Mary
Ann" of Eleanor Robson, or thn OUtd
of Oertrudo Elliott In "The Dawn of a
Otto Hauerbach, the author of "The
Silent Witness." has received from an
unknown admirer a neatly bound vol
ume of the Review of Reviews Issued
In June, 1895, In whtch was printed an
extensive report of Mr. Hauerbach's
success as an orator In Knox College,
Galesburg, 111. In that year Mr. Hnuer-
way through college Coincident with
the receipt of tho volume Jhc un
known donor compares Mr. Hauer
bach's early college days with those of
young Hud iloraan, played by Donald
Gallaher In "The Silent Witness."
Irene Fenwlek In "The Guilty Man"
nt the Astor Thcatro Is adding to her
MIss'Fenwick Is a natlvo of Cfhlcago
an accident whtch she admits. Her
professional career dates back to tho
days of "Peggy From Paris," where the
demure blue eyed little miss played her
first "bit." It can't bo so long ago
either, because Mlsn Fenwlek doesn't
daro admit how young she Is. She has
appeared successfully under flvo of the
best managements on Hroadway and
has starred In several prominent
comedies nnd dramas. Henry W. lav
age, Charles Frohmun, A. H. Woods.
William A. Urady nnd Cohan A Harris
urn among the managers who have
featured Miss Fenwlek.
Charles Frohman gave Miss Fenwlek
her first really serious work In "The
Hrass Pottle," where she played the
leading role. Sho had been In musical
comedy, but the omhltlons In the ac
tress were not satisfied. Sho had
higher Ideals, so sho wroto about her
self and her Ideals to Charles Frohman.
who was then In Eondon, and Mr.
Frohman replied that when he camo
to New York ho would see her. Miss
Fenwlek couldn't wait. Sho took tho
first steamer to England, hunted up
the manager and announced that she
had Just run over to talk It over. Mr.
Frohman was then selecting a cast
for F. Anstey's "The Brass Bottle" and
tie gavo Mlts Fenwlek tho rote 'of
HliMa F utvoye to study on the return
Soon after came triumph for the
actress In "Tho Million." where sho
played the unforgetably popular role
of Dcatrice Und. Then she became
the fascinating Princets Inna tn Haw
thorn of the U. S. A." with Douglafl
Fairbanks. The play, as will be re
membered, was exceptionally popular
and Miss Fenwlek was even more
popular than the play. This she fol
lowed with the KUty Mny of Owen
Davis's "Family Cupboard'' nnd then
with hlty Kardos of "The Song of wrofn It for her,
Songs." But Miss Fenwlek nays her
career will Just begin In "The Guilty
Jinn" iieenusn tho role well, fate Just
TWICE EVERY DAY
t 2:15 4 8:10 P.M.
ON THE BEACHES.
L U N A PARK Elaborate
prcparatioi have been made for
the entertainment of Marrii Gras
i'itortf. For the week beginning;
to-day Speedy the Ilichdivor will
be the hcadlinor of the free out
door features:. Athletic events
for the employees will lie held
each day. In the Luna ballroom
there will be costume dances each
rljrht. with prizes for the most
unique, comic and fancy costume.-'.
The contest? are open to
all. and conclude with the irrand
march at 1 A. M. The Bostock
Miimal arena und the Darktown
Follies continue to interest and
amuse. The park nnd all of the
attractions during the. week will
remain open until " A. M. The
closing date is announced for
Sunday nipht. September 17.
PALISADES PARK The
unuscmcnt park mannirement has
announced an extended season
for the resort, to last indefinitely,
with nil the fcuturcs, including
the surf bathing natatoriuro, con
tinuing to run.
GLEN ISLANDS Tho island
reiort will bo made more attrac
tive and pleasing than ever dur
ing the month of September, with
every facility, comfort and
amusement in full operation for
the patrons. During the week
th'jre will be two big events the
annual outing f the employees
of the United States Steel Cor
poration from the New York of
fices on Saturday and on the same
day the amiatic snorts carnival at
the bathing payJHon.
STISEPLKUnASE Dur nrr
Mardi Gras week, beginninc to-
RTorow, the Steeplechase Park at
loney island will hnvo many in
ducements for tho umuscmcnt
seeking public. George C. Tilyou
announces that the privileges will
he increased and tho duration of
the rides on nil the diversions will
tie extended. The park will be
iecorated with $8,000 worth of
tings and buntinir nnd 1'' 000
electric lights will bo burning nf-
,'' AUernoun mnl Mem.
E."iiIl'NIAV rONCKKTK OI'Tllli
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t. He, SJc. inc. NlKht 33c to 7io
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Mlt, .Metropolitan Musical Bureau,
Telephone. Mala 1893
5S"f RSSim SEPT. -11
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Second Triumphal Scaioti
in Now York.
The Smarteat and Iri pnt
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ceaa of Two Seaaona.
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Iiuls Sliericln. Kve. Globe: "Received
v.llli llprnarlona mirth."
WIVTOROP AMES AND
M'AI.TKR kMGHT rnilftKXT
I III! I'ANTOMIMK W 1 1 II M t'NIO
" n encliantliiR thlntt. If yon
tin not Ki-o It von are oiUlo
mad." Mr. Wonlltott, Tim'j.
"I'lno art of pantmnlmo ones
timro raruo Into Its own."
- Mr. lltaii. UttaM.
"Ilr-rn l dcllRhtful. rational
ami artlntaC rntrrtalnairiit."
Mr. Tnuit. I 'tut.
"It la n. thrilling a a bawli.ill
snrne and in lively m "I'lio
I'lillles,' A linn an artistic
iii'hlevemeut. ns Now York h n
vrn In gvi mid bki."
Mr. Ilrimn, Tribvnt.
".lustMet tho art of panto
mime." Mr. TJatHtmn, Ett. Sim
"Dlitlnctly different from all
other thnatrtcal offerlnes of tho
km:i t-n far."
-.Mr. Manltr. Mail
"Should mako a trong lild
for public fivor."
Ada I'attrrson. Amtrlcan.
Era. at 8:30. Wed. t flat. Mate. 2.20.
TO-DAY (SUNDAY) .E..il;!0
DDirrC NIGHTS AND SATURDAY MATINEES, 50c, 91.00 AND $2.'oo. DDlAE'e
arfilVplO" ALL OTHER MATINEES, INCL. SUNDAY MATS., 25c, 50o &$1.00 BarnlCt9
TO AVOID STANDING ON LINE, SEATS SELLING 4 WEEKS AHEAD?
SOMETHING SO THRILLINGLY EPOCHAL IT WILL MAKE
YOU FEEL THE IMPULSE OF A NE .' AND MIGHTY FORCE
A Real Play at Last!!
" "Tlie Man Who Came Back' it an electric ihock. H
Act three it the thrill of New York" 7"oiM Topics
William A. Brady prln'
new play by Julet Koh.ri
lloodman founded on ihr
lory y jnnti Flrmliii:
TTU.IJAM mi.nw 'J.I J .'. vThrntre
A. ''I.UiVT l. 3 ti l"l '"
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Antl-Ylce Motion Picture Co. prenrati
UNMASKING A MONSTROUS KVII,.
X ou u n "i4 nwwiuvt.t
unfolda of "Nelbborlioixl Olru who
were considered leintlmata prer by
Hatan'a oiTiiprlng vllh no meana of
iivKiihood excem nclllnu aoula Into
"THE 'UNCLE TOM'S CABIN
OF THE WHITE SLAVE"
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HIIONU OHTAN1 J. O
SEATS READY TO-MORROW,
IN A NEW FARCICAL COMEOy
B" JAMtS MONTliOfir.nY
FltOM THE NOVEL OF FKIO 151111
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DRAMA, DOWN THE
AS FROM A
PINNACLE IN ONE
"Stupendous, trtmtndout, rnolntionary, interne, thrilling, and then you ran tkrote the old typewriter avay
nfirf give up with the dictionary, leeause you can't find adjetlive enough. Sir. Griffith hat put on Hit tcrtm
tchat it, without cvettton, the moit idrring human expreuion thai hat ever been pretented to the world. Nb
rptclaelr, drama, bcok, ipeeeh or any other expression understood by mankind has ever registered tho emotions
that this production brings."-Wid' Magazine.
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N. Y. EVENING POSTt
"From a standpoint of sheer artistry, D. W. Grif
fith's 'Intolerance' may be regarded as the highest
achievement the camera has recorded."
N. Y. HERALD i
" 'The Birth of Nation' la to 'Intolerance what
the old one reel motion picture la to the modern
CHARLES DARNTON, EVE. WORLD:
"It marks new motion picture history. Once
again D. W. Griffith proves himself the ruling
genius of the motion picture world."
N. Y. SUNi
" 'Intolerance' Is the greatest film spectacle of the
HEYWOOD BROUN, In THE TRIBUNEt
"We see an automobile racing to save the boy from
the gallows, while in the next the girl is galloping
alone the Euphrates in her chariot to save Bt
ahazzar. Strangely enough the sudden switch
from Cyrus to the present, to Babylon and bank
to the Bowery does not work against the suaponse
of either atory, but heightens it."
New York and Babylon go wall togethef,
WID'S MAGAZINE i
"Mr. Griffith stands as the master Bf expression
in this present day world."
OTHEMAN STEVENS, In THE AMERICAN i
" 'Intolerance' unveils the soul of humanity.".
"Griffiths meljition of mul clashes the jireutrft rr vti tn nM .4iiirnrin thtalreS MalL
Z1T. IN THE EVE. JOURNAL t
"Sets a new mark for his imitators to shoot at."
N. Y. TIMES:
"An impressive spectacle."
N. Y. EVE. TELEGRAM:
"The most superb effects yet achieved in motion
JOURNAL OF COMMERCE: -
" 'Intolerance' is something no one should mi."
"D. VV. Griffith surpasses his own record as a ma
ter of screen ptoductiona."
N. Y. WORLD r
"Wrought up the spectators to a high pitch of en
LOUIS SHERWIN, In THE GLOBE:
"Tho pictures are not only thrilling and mag
nificcnt, but they are niso authentic."
RENNOLD WOLF, MORNING TELEGRAPH:
"The most stupendous film production the world
lina ever keen."
N. Y. COMMERCIAL:
"The man who produced 'The Birth of a Nation'
nnd set the show world talking came back with a
lii:r,er and far more stupendous spectacle."
".1 ;; f nt in K,f ll i. rt im trrinn, m It nur'v ti n ) i is form nj fntrrtni'itnent." Post.
The only production Mr. Griffith has mr.de since "The Birth of Nation."
A JL MANAGEMENT CHARLES DILLINGHAM M-i
KVCKV KVENINO AT
.MATINEE DAILY AT .
MOST. COLOSSAL TRIUMPH
kS IN SH0WD0M"
Ktrept. Mat.. Hun.
Tavorltea of Siany
"EXfllA tfr'ATIIUK. , '
"ith A La.it Wralc, Amerlrn a
It Co. I of IA liu C'laaxlral,
Mon. Mai. Sent. 1Kb
IN A NEW .UJT,
I.Alt It V COMRR,
wa mack & nm walker
lu "A I'AIII OK Tin.. hvr Wll.liUlt MACK'.
TUU.Y preilil-JvUhT l.il'li( I'aK'I' 1'i.AVUr tlK 'ftlfi YE A It." '
"SWAT THE FLY"
A SUPREMELY BIOKIFIUANT FANTAfiY BY
ELBANOK PATES' Author of "THE l'OOII LITTLE Illon QIRL."
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TT"A'o doubt about ,
JJ Every one uill juat have
to see it at least
ticico," naya Charles Darn
ton In the Evening World.
fTT'M Genuine Sensation,
JJ 'THE II 10 SHOW' com
pletely dwarfu every
predecessor," fays Robert
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