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ARLISS AS PAGANINI
SEEN AT CRITERION
KnglMi AHor Shows the Greut
Hiiliiiii Violinist in Love
AIM LOVE'S rONQl'KROR
frlniinl Knoblauch Provides
I'iltiiitf Vehicle for t In
Tiilcnts of the Star.
-fMaolnl" Criterion Theatre.
nit I'jiiitntil . . . .tleurge Arils
TIjt ' M 4 'tot churl Hurburv
riurloii' vvmhoii Margery Maude
.r III In I S'.MiuferJ .. KdR.ir Kml
Ui, -is rl -Mr . Aril-.
Cip', J - "I'll Stranitfurd.H l. lull li'nny
IU-i Htidley IWk
Anion, 1 Hliim'til Mara ill.ila
Wlfll til'1 tl llflll'fll.'-llOII.H of t'.o
...i lue film' t it ft i"ul. I! VfiiK'd
, foil Ixiil. N. I'u'icr mul tlcoiire
.. iiiuM 1 filed Hiwia to hrliw i .it
muu in.''' t the p.i' l tlii- c. cm of
',. .Ol'.li'llll'll.ll') UOtld. Hill It ferilH
it . tit"'' 1 '" ' -i 't'T nil. lltn'..ul
i ,ae Inn f-t ''"I". Kdivmd Ktiohhui.it.
il ntiri : 'mi (I'Vleed '.t lilitnrl."1!1
fur M.- All!'.". I..1M nlKlii at th"
ilerloM Tlit-t tc 11 " il ccn tin the hem
I'liij' l'i ' Alt'-'li Mr Ixhol.IuUiii '1:11
! ii i irMlt. "if xhllil'.'.iiK
I. m of ill- 1 ttiK t li-ti uctor In '.ilxiity
..ii.'. I 'le I' Mr. A 1 1 1 f m ever ce.i"u
tii.'a rn:i'.'" lite Krr.it of tin- iMt fur
:.1f prt-Mt'l K"iicr;ttlon of Hum!' Ofc'"".
. tio. tt! 'i il I'f tluc to th - lack of
j-non iIMen fiitllcLviily eccentric to he
ij'lcl to In- !! .
II t li' iiIrIh lit' liuil tlic ivitii'tt!ii'.ty
1c th- ll.'ll". which .Mr. Knoltlauoh In
uritl. Hi" I"""' "f oiioriiinltle to dV-
i.it thr i -uriu't rwtlo iiunlltlci or lx
rtt "he pl.ty punee durliii: a viit
IMS ltd' I lo lmdnti. lit" l itt the
Uhi cf hl iMpul trlly Theie. ivete the
im ort of foolish clrN In th.it city nt
set.ni' f thf nrt:ii v!-. tnnxoV oiircer
Kt an.) ti-tl.iy t the unlets' t'lttr.iii 'e
I'arr.ekie H.ill. Ami one of them fell
l.ivt iv.th the iiiulclii!i who unit itut-
v. ft have liouht his i;icut m'nlu."
.) a curr.uct with Satan.
I lie Scene uf Ihe Pill .
Tr.e luve sior of the lu, which Ik
Jis a.iloti of the 1'ljy. If icn iiR.iln.it
.irtf tuckiitbUiitK llio tlint In the
j(Tf f a l.otiilott meichant of wealth.
TVn follow a mr!or In the "fihlii'1 ho'.tl
; !.iwr iti'tl ii room In an Inn at Cilal.
rhif- t ,e ltte uttny ntt.l the play ml
ti i ne o.in ttoni.tn .eturntt to the ouhk
'Tf ..man to whom fhe wim Ite'c.'ot.lttl
v'Tr tr taiu'ied In.atuuiion for the
Hut fie hat fol'o-il the violinist to
tc nit tin n to ta'als, when tier pa"
i 'n o '.t.xoieil by hjr Iwtiutnvil m
'j'l.i.t. .-'.it' t- not left alone with hlai
Mi I , t en rhe lias walled fur
: j.t. .tl and ul.hout !t""l, for lilin
.utinl tt. .ii.tp'.ratloii for a etnicrt'i nr,
ti.li '.. It. I.e .r Kolr.K to tleJIt'lt.f to t
c. lhat the nuttpiciun conn s h ma !
.nt lut a. r.ioiu than her oi anythliiKj
t. in Hie U' rid. It takes her l.etrothnl
ti b.lna her In a ilollnlte tliels on on
I. it lit- flrm.iniln l a. I'aaanlnr
it I ilti.ile lieiwtvii tlu ul.i or ht. t-i
tfi ioliii. .lien the manner of lil i
Kii'inii le.iM-a the younc Kiulifli woman !
j (roumU for douhl an to hlK eholi'e. '
! -n. te.uii tJ tno KiiK.l'h eaptitln.
i1 hI.u.ii hf In to much more cumuli,
u r.i. j ,i.,iiii:iiny.
I'rttltiliiea Other l'lnj.
Mr Arln-f lavt nlKlit was etfually as
; 1. 1 1. .i 'ii.'.Kuiit u.i in tiiiu't' niMti..
'"It i in w loll he Ii ! Keen fet'ii Here
IH.' In his chor; curtain speech at
Mi I . i uiv Mi.'ontl .k". Mr. Ardsa
i...il hi New York atlirlrers ti. ,
iprtr in nt-vtial titlicr playn this eii-
i p'jlbly Int'ludliiK a rvlval of one
t' h. fornu r success, s.
L.tlle Ui .MaiKeiy Maude was even
m "e . .i.iriiilnc In Her erinolines ami
'tpsiiil ill. in when slu nppi'j'.ed heit.'f
tti ' l..idy Wiiitlemere's Kan" anil with I
i.' " lalfiilt'd father, I
Mr Arlli-s appeal etl 111 the !upportlnB
inriu'iy us l.mly titrungfonl. Ch.irli.i ,
llarliii.) made an eNcellent KlIRllsh
."iuir liudiey IHKiies as vecrct.it to
i' iiihtnl and lalKar Knit as Sir Hlch-
'I re also Ktitid, A real tnUi'll of
trshm I ff was huiiiiHeil liy Krtl Nlch
o.j j? a waiter In the "Ship" tavern.
till, iklitnrr In Srvr Pln.
UiiT.tU', Sept. 11. (ills Skinner was
tl' Mar 111 the new American
i.t-dy "Mister Antonio," by Month
iiiK iiKlnn. whleh was plveii Its rlrst
irri,tit;un to-nlcht by the Cn.ules
i.o..m.in fimipaiiy at tv Star Tneatic.
1 inodintlon was well received. The
J part, a romantic, h.K u mieil
lu, a- hurdy-Kurdy iiiim. suits Mr Skin
's ..trf.in.tlity Itetter lluin any ude lie
t h i. in recent years. Mr. Skinner
."I fru'ii here direct to the l.y eum
i Mire New York, whcio he will open
'U .Mniitl.iy riUht.
FLAYS AND PLAYERS.
A on.j ,ir nlKht has t.f'ii arrnnsei!
I Th.- tlirl from llrsttll." at the Ko-iy-
h ,-tti.t iiieaire, fur next ,Vi.tnl..
t t 'imuU repr"ntlnK tlie thrie
' i" rtwedfn, llrasll and AuMrU,
r, Ironi tililin are ued In the pn.'ltie
t i liiilt.'.l l.y the snub. rl. to U
ii- l'.liic show of lSl'l." when It
on tour Mmrtly, will reuulie three
'I' f-,i ' I. iKKUKe cjri
i t.i'.n. Mir of "The Hlue pjradlf."
' ' ' n .ril yrfetp-iny thtlt If" has Is ell
, i t hief of I'ollie of (Itrtrge's Mills,
lt Suutp-s, .v. ivhire hla summer
- ' j. ilml
''- ' It4inhnu, ii'.tv il Ihb la "f.'ient
't r. ,tt th KltlnKe Tne.it.-e. ha
' I 4ti utter from the vvilllnii"in ItrtM.
'i " i ' KLiti t'onipany 1" l-e Mnrretl In
' nir ilK ub-troilci nul.ai irln
i.on," aftr 510 conn, cullvi p. r.
ir, . i th t'rllerlon Theatre under
'ti nchu of Mrortilwdy, ojirnsd a
ti M'tmi t.f the run at the Park Tin a-
..uiiiti'i t'liije, lint nlieht.
T ' th IIimi n.rk of the current c.lt
it ' lm .leiefeld Midnight Krullcs, after
I. a Mill ,n clo-ed for a week for ..ib-'t-
(r. pariitl'iin. for the new Kroilt; atop
''' Aii,.tf nUiii Tlitutre, l.eglnitlni
'I u(ht, Sipttinbttr with two per
1 'i.tQtin yeMerd.iy booked J,l0t eat
'Ii Mix Show" l the Hippodrome
i.irdjy eunlng, .Miy 5. 1KIJ. The
) v 'tn Imii l,ftn arranged by ( J.
'Uiti.. rt, k of tho Central Ilallrosd of
M'.rs ih.tn I. Clio prtiti onuwertd roll
'i t Ihe Hippodrome yesterday when
in, . , Hhow" rotnpiiny and the "Hip
t llimrt)" lomiMiiy both met there
. "'" Thl l proinbly th
.Vf "t number nf stage performer, artlala
;.nJt' niriin glrl ever atiembled on one
nil.'"!n '""idre.l actnre and aclronies
2:1. 1,1 sliul"rl productloiui began re.
h,,i .." Venterday morning In the various
tit o "leiitrea In New York preparatory
S... ..ir,"1"1" eMin. Thera will lis
M . l'araill" companies, using
ii-.1"'.'""." "eh; two productions of
'Hill, At ...1 ' VAA ........... .1....
Cil!"".1!" 'Ju" Woman." anil va
m4ki'L!',rr .nVv. Pr'""lc,l0"". revival.
if'"8. '"'"I above mentioned.
iit."rll!i.Alr",lrre nno operated on
ti : ?. "?,'ir nei-roile of the bone eamo
'MformLnJ nl,ht w,,h,ut m""n
Leading Players in
wie lop ore tieot-Kc Arils and
... Kcenc irom "I'ttKimini"
the other picture tiro Lina
"SWAT THE FLY" HAS
PREMIER AT PALACE
Kleanor (Jules ,eml Actors in
Man.v Hle as Animals
Other (Jooil Shows.
'Swat the Kly." tin- Kleanor liates
health playlet whleh Is a hju'.oi.lc ;trop
ag.inil.i, was Klven Its first produ tluli
ctcrday nt thf I'.ilaif Theatie. The
little Urania had a wide circulation be
fore It was stalled. May Tully provided
.1 prologue anil an epSltiitue In verse fur
the slant.' ersl'Hi. Kay Itaker was the
Uei'lly ly, whleh l.ntli animals and
hilmnns turned aKilnst as u etimmnu
Not In a lone time have mi many
anlmil m!es been Includetl In niii" pro
duction outride of the circus rlnn. The
prctluctlou ruiulretl animal Impersona
tors for a ilou, n rat, u horse, u monkey
Hid a rabbit. Tne p.aylt t ha the In
dorsement of the liepattinctit of Health,
the Mulhnl iVibif n .Vri ici and
Teiniet and Sut. shine returiteil
toRi'ther as heatlllneis on the 1'alaei.
proKlamme. Ohio Sale presentttl Ins
new act, "The Mural Sunday School
Mt'lietlt." Ills fidelity tn tlu- prnvliiii.il
American typ s always makes a hit In
the metropolis. Kmma I'arus, asslsttd
by Larry Comtr, Ultl a sIiikIiik anil dane
l!IK piece Atlelalde unit HllKlles bellall
tll'li fourth week on the I'alace irn
Krnmtne Wilbur Mack and Nella
Walker In "A I'alr of Tickets." "The
Three Hobs" an.l others completi'tl the
Harry K. Morton wits the pilnclpal
enteitalner In "The MurleMue Itevue" at
the Columbia Theatie. He was assisted
by Pauiiy Muiiiliy. Harry ii'Neal. Jack
Iiunham, Zella Mussell, Julia lie Ke'iy
and Klosslc Kverieit ami a htrKe chorus.
Miss Musscll's MinB.-i at the piano were
the leadliiK feature of Hit! vaudeville
At l.orw's New York Theatie the tllm
version of the p 'pular noe "Jaflery,"
with Aubrey Smith anil 11. Woodruff, la
hhown this wetii, 1 lie orchest'n of the
Interneil steamship Valerland furnlslie
"School Hays" with I'atsy lioyle Is the
feature of the programme at l.oew's
Aineilcan Motif. Mary Ma I.aieii In
"Savlinc the Kiimily Name" anil "At
Home" are other .ealures.
lllur time vaudeville In upper Manhat
tan was resumed yesteiday with the
opeiilnn of Keith's Alliambra Theatie.
The first bill is headlined with lus
IMwanls In a new levue. In which lie !
asslsled by "I'uddles" anil "iSeop-ie" and
chorus. Krnnklyii Ardell aptieirs In a
comedy "The Wile Saer" utheisou the
hill are l-alitll d'A'. ui'iiid and I.iUlie
FIGHT TO CLOSE SLAVE PLAY.
Court Prevents Interference Willi
I'lhu "la An) ilrl Snfef"
All effort I) shut down upon the pro
duction of Hi..' motion picture white
slave play "1- Any tlirl Safe?" now inn
lui! at tin.' Maxim; Klllott Tin aire, haw
In en begun by Lln'ii.. I "onimlssl Jiier
t icoritf 11. Hell. .ItiUlt e (luy of the Su
preir.c Court eleiday ur.tnteil a loin
porary Injunction which restialns the
(' Jinmlssloner anil his siiUiidlnntcs nun
Interfeiliiu until such lime a- the mat
ter may havit been more fully consid
ered and passed upon by Justice t'o
lialan. Stanchtlld k Levy. .ilton.e.vs for
the Antl-Vlce Moll;ti Pictlllo l.'.impalty.
Inc., which owns tint tllins, made the if
tltloii for Lie injunction tiKalnst Ihe
t'ominitwioiii r. They said Hint th" play
had been pronounced Indecent, Immoral
and contrary to the public welfare by
Ueputy (.'omnilssloni'i- Kaufman, and that
the company had been notified that the
play shall nut b exhibited.
The attorneys claim that Hie picture
wa approved before It was Klven a
public showing by an audience Inclutl.
Iuk Ihe Mev. C, H. Parkhtirst, Police
Lieutenant Costlan of tho vice stund
ANOTHER QUITS SING SING.
OMelala Think I'rlaouer Snnui la
OSSINIKO, N.'Y., Sept. 11. "I'm Kolllg
Into the Krden to gel some tomatoes
for breakfast," said Elmer Kchultic, a
prisoner at Him? Hlntr. al 3 o'clock this
tnornliie he vvulkctl out of the power
house, wheie he was ilolmc duty as a
fireman. At 3:15 tills afternoon the IiIk
whistle tooted tint message that another
prisoner had escaped.
Prison olllclals had then found two
Iron pickets had been pulled apart and
concluded that Hehulti went through the
opening, dived Into Ihe Hudson and
awuin to lliterijr.
5! Kk mmmmfjrmmm
Two Pieces Shown to Broadway Last Nicrht
Charles Purcell, who appeared in a tableau from
"Flora Hella, the new operetta which was seen for
I the first time at the Casino Theatre.
at the Criterion,
II. I'ost Seerrtnrv to T. II.
Moosevelt announi'eil yestertlay
that Ileitis II. I'ost. rx-tioveiiior of I'orto
llli-o. woultl heieafter net as his political
H'cretaiy, Jle has Ions been one of the
PHONE 4140 HARLCM
KOTH STREET AND 3RD AVENUE
MIDI-RICK W. WHITRIDQC. PrtMIDINT NEW YORK
Honorable CHARLES S. WHITMAN,
Executive Mansion, Albany, N. Y.
I was yesterday, August Hist, shown a copy of letter
addressed to you by the Hon. Oscar S. Straus, dated Au
gust 10th, giving an account of the activities of the Public
Service Commission during the previous month and say
ing that that Commission had learned important lessons
which they hoped to utilize for imposing further legisla
tion. This letter is largely taken up with a discussion about
me and what I have done and left undone.
The Commission have not hesitated to say that :
"There can be no question that the strike on the Yonkers
anil Westchester lines and the events which followed in the
train of this strike, including the strike on the other branches
of the Third Avenue Railroad and the threatened difficulties
with the lines of other companies throughout the City, came
about as the immediate nnti logical result of the attitude of
Frederick W. Whitridge, President of the Third Avenue Rail
road, and the actions he took in the matter prove conclusively
thnt he either intentionally violated the agreement he hail
made with the men tn arbitrate and which he was in honor
bound to keep, or thnt he was so negligent in his duties to
his stockholders, his employees and the public, us to forget
entirely this importunt agreement."
The notion that I had the power to loose or bind the
forces of destruction and disorder, which have broken out
in this country within the last few weeks, even though I
had been here, instead of four thousand miles away, in
nufliciently absurd on the face of it, but in consequence of
the declaration I have quoted, some of the newspapers
and some of the public have got it into their heads that I
hi'.ve deliberately violated a contract or agreement to ar
bitrate all the diirerences with my employees. That is an
odious charge. I resent it and it is not true. I say to you
that I have never made any such agreement, that no such
agreement now is or ever was in existence, and nobody,
so far as I know, ever pretended that any such agreement
did in fact exist down to the time of this declaration of
the Public Service Commission. In the absence of any
formal agreement, which the Commission did not dare
even in my absence to allege, they produced a stenog
rapher's report of a conference, which I had with Mr. B.
F. Stevens, Chairman of the Public Service Commission
of the Second District in 191:., and undertook to spell a
contract out of that report which had laid under the dust
for nearly four years without having been heard from.
The conference was held for the purpose of inducing the
Yonkers men, who had been on strike, to return to work
and for no other purpose. That object was accomplished
largely through the tact of Mr. Stevens, and to assist him
I agreed, to arbitrate certain things under certain condi
tions, if it became necessary. It did not become neces
sary because the men had no grievances which they
wished to arbitrate. What I said about arbitration at
that time related to the settlement of the Yonkers strike in
1913, which we were then discussing, and did not reiate
to anything else or to anything which had occurred or
which might occur in 1914,, 1915, or 1916, and nobody
ever pretended it did.
After the conference was over, copies of this stenog
rapher's report were sent to the men. It was not sent to
me. I did not initial it and to this day I have never seen it,
but a day or two after the meeting, I saw a newspaper re
port, in consequence of which I telegraphed to Mr.
Stevens as follows :
"Tho Times and other papers this morning contain what
purports to be n document signed by you and given to the
men but of which I have not received a copy giving the gist
THE SUN, TUESDAY,
roloiiel s cronies and was active In the
I'roitresslve paity. John W. MrHrnth,
for some years sccrctiuy to I'ol. Mouse
veil, is now sfi'ielaiy to (icorue W, I'cr
kins anil Is stuUyliiK law-,
THIRD AVENUE RAILWAY COMPANY
SEPTEMBER 12, 1916.
' UNA ABARBANELL
IN NEW OPERETTA
Takes the Hole of Conn less in
' "Flora Hella" at the
MA XV COOKS IX I'IKCK
j Lawrence (iolilsinith (Jives It
His London Mnsieal
"Ultra IWIa" At Hip ( ..Iiio.
,',,l"i" . tllll.erl t'i.ivtiiii
".trim Tin.. .. ii, w. 1,1.. i
I'.illllte. JlrollbrUl.ol ... Muriel 1 1 ll.l -oil
t eunl Setirl. . ,
I'rlnt ri .ManJ i .
I'llliee Nli'h il.is
Ve-a l.iidufdia. .
l.aii retii ilrn-inillh
. .. . I.iii.i .M.nrl'snell
. Kate Htnut
.lullrlii, 1 . 1 p j . r
Tliere was an iiiicomiinnily lare mini
ber of conks concennil In ihc artue
brolh at Hi.. I'aslno l.ct iilclit. Slrete'ietl
out In a line ihey would have luii .iM
Iuiik a list as the actors ah, I slnci is lu
Hie casl antt lho! who turned out lo be
I neither .mi' oe t ho other.
( J'VIK I iiieniiiiu ilrsi until, ilie i,.i of
"Klot.i llilla': th,., lo'eordliiK to the
luomaiimii.. i'i o Hainilloti "r. vl-ed
mid adapted" llerr liocrinaii Tin n alinm
came lioioihy liunnelly, who had hi r
Mm: ni "levMnc and ailapllui.'" .Mr.
Ilainilton. So Hii re was a lot of lltcr.tr
adapters and it vlsers lo bicm with e ven
without IVr" Waxmaii. lo whom the
Klory of the ljrlc should iso,
Then t'harles i'iiv llller, who was Intro
duced to till- ooiinlry by Andrea- tpi.d,
wtote the scoic. .Milton Sehw.irz did Ill
bit and iliete was suspicion s ncoiuilloii
occasionally lo be nbsi'iArd In oilier palls
of the score as the evcnlni: advanced.
Thl- by no means ended tin- list of tho-v
honored on the prouininnic. Joseph
1 rlt.ni tlc-lirncil the s.'.nr. Mine. Ker
ner' w.if the inlnd that derd Ihe cos
tumes ami Mlchard Ordjn-kl was the
staKf inaiiaKer farl ll.ind.itl, who
tl. tines at the New Amst.'iil.tm Theatre,
had thin euoiitili lu the Intcrtiili-slott of
the various I'ollles i.n view there lo ar
rant:.' the dance-, (Just. iv r-.iler let
wc force t -conducted the orchestra.
Mor of "I'lora llella."
These lit it tl i i n i -t collaborators were en
caned In ailornliu; a slory about a litis--Ian
wlio was dl-.-atl-tici with the
iiiuuuul t til iUallty of Kciiulne art eel Ion
which her hu-band allowed to her. So
she adopts a t ideally coilil,' opera tlevlce
lo make hi- aftectlttn warmer.
I.ln.i Aharbanell, who ha- not been
seen here since the rtvlval of "The
tlelsh.i," had the rol of ihi- countess to
portray. Lawrence iSoM-tnlth trans
ferred to real operetta his London nut
. sdal comeily manner, and the venerable
Adolph Link, formerly of the local Her
man staKf, was another hard worker lu
the cause of humor
The wife 111 the play, who had len a
slncer In a cabaret, of courre was able
of your conference yesterday. The last seven lines of that
statement beginning with the words 'and after some further
colloquy' art. erroneous uml contain a further expansion of
what I Void, to which I do not nsscnt."
Mr. Stevens replied on January 17th, as follows:
"I received yesterday afternoon, the 10th inst., your tele
gram with reference to the statement signed by me appearing
in the Times and note that you do, not nssent to the last
7 lines of such statement beginning with the words 'and after
some further colloquy.'
"The statement in question was prepared by me n short
time after you left and was submitted to the other Commis
sioners and wc all agreed that it contained a correct state
ment, ns we understood the facts. I thereupon gave the origi
nal to the representatives of the motormen and copies were
delivered to representatives of the press.
"It is very much to be regretted that tl,ere is not a per
fect agreement in recollection ns to the conclusions reached.
I apprehend, however, that it will occasion no trouble or em
barrassment to anyone in the future, since there is but little
if any possibility that it will ever become a practical question
whether the statement is correct or not.
"The results of yesterday's conference nre so happy thnt
I have no doubt a spirit of forbearance and concession on all
sides, which will undoubtedly be manifest in the future, will
bring ubout a satisfactory settlement of all matters which are
"I can but believe thnt you agree with me in thinking thnt
great progress has been made in straightening the affairs of
the Yonkers Street Railway."
I concluded the correspondence with the following letter:
"New York, January 23rd, 1913,'
The Hon. FRANK W. STKVENS,
Chnirmun, Public Service Commission:
Uenr Mr. Stevens:
"I have yours of the 17th this morning, postmarked
'Albany, January 17th. 8 P. M, Where it has been to In the
interval I cannot imagine.
"Our conference the other day was, from n public point
of view, a great success, and I am not only grateful to you
for inducing the men to go back to work, but I admire the
way in which you did it. I tin not think that my difference
of recollection with you und the test of your Commission is
likely to be a serious matter. There has been no difference
between me nnd the men; so far as I know, the only difference
is between me and the union, which is quite a different propo
sition. I have now got the facts to enable me to conclude
tbut that union is a foolish, hopelessly corrupt and cownrdlv
organization, and so long as it exists and the Yonkers ordi
nance is in full force and effect, there is still u great deal to
be done in straightening out the uffairs of the Yonkers Rail
road, but so far as I urn concerned, I nm quite ready to trust
to remediable influences of time. I cannot think that 300 men
would allow their money to be stolen and themselves to be
fooled up to the hilt indefinitely."
The endeavor to spell a permanent agreement for ar
bitration out of these stenographer's minutes upon this
state of facts, I do not care to characterize, although the
Commission's remark that "we have alreadv developed
the fact" throws some light upon their mental processes.
Still less do I wish to enlarge upon the manner in which
the stenographer's minutes were used at recent hearings.
I understand from Mr. Cook that his complaint of the
procedure of the Commission was made to it directly, and
Mr. Maher, whose testimony was not completed, informs
me that his position has not been correctly or fairlv rep
resented. So much for the allegations that I have either inten
tionally violated the agreement I was in honor bound to
keep, or was so negligent in my duties that I had entirely
I must apologize for intruding these matters, which
appear so largely personal, upon your attention, but con
sidering the character of Mr. Straus's attack, I feel that I
am bound in the public interest to make this reply.
I am, with great respect.
FREDERICK W. WIUTRIDGE, I'n:vilntl.
lo deceive her husband completely when
I sho returned for a night to her old
j haunts, lhat ho mlclit ilml her there mul
. fall completely In lovr with her under
I the Impression that she was her twin
I All the qualities thai Weie latklim III
Ihe wife at home were present In the
cabaret favorite. The deception laid II"
eft'r t III Ihe end. So far, Indeed, hs the
Mnrj went, "I'lora llella" wus much sil- '
pel lor to the aver.le,
i SprlRhlly Coil v rrant loll,
I And the syndicate headed by Mr.
Hamilton mul Miss I I'jiiinlly was able
to ittltl some, brlfjht lines to the spteche-
i -many more, Indeed, than such
Islrelthe.s of dlaluKiie usually pus-ess.
The coiiver-ntl'in wa nt In, my times ini
( commonly sprightly. Miss Hoiiiiell
tlnmlil ho filled In in. in- fretiueiilly to
supply vlitor to the fnilliiK text.
Theie wa- liollilUK lu the leas', out of
I the conventional lu "Kloru llella" ill
( ihoii'.'li mii.ii of II was vlvailou ami
tne itiunc l.y tnc two niemineu coinpo
tl." in-l.iilliius n ml lelliied In one vase
and it. vl Ii tn li-:i ! aial sitliiteil lu the other.
.There was MiniethliiK therefire to appeal
to fVeiy taslc
Then the iI.iiiciiik' In In" sicoihI act
op "nil t.,nt ipl-ode with uncommon
llvclinc-o. i'lte tnot craceiul ami origi
nal of the tlaniert' whs Hilda lllyir,', who
Was tla-sical to the lart tlei;iie lu thai
hi" was most liberally utitlrapeil. Site
was, inoi cover, (tlateful ill.. I to tile p"c
tutors so -tlcaslliK thai -lie ha I Ihe lioiiui'
of a call before the nuilleiite.
Two ui'ioltailc tla tic. rs. tiraiit mid
Willi;, added the element of p'Tll to the
relic. Willi her head swllicltu; out over
t.i" on hettfii nit the jouiut wiun.tit
-eellled colir.1Kf.iUs Whetl!"!' or Hot she
Will' LI. 'ireful.
VI l tlinrliniifll (.Ifle.l.
I .Ina Abarleinill Is tl i t as nlfted it
Hit ino-t impular of Hi" yoirtK wometi lu
opeiettn to-ilay. She Is n.i Intf lllut-i.t
acties- atnl a sinner above the aveiaK.
Then she ha- learnttl lo be an liitlefait
fa I.I. ami skltful iliiiee-. The leatlini:
pall of an op.'ictta III he,- haul- tlieif
fin will not be licklni: lu technical e
cell. nee Tito spiiiator.. I.t-t t 1 K h t up
platiiled lor until sil" was t'oiiipell.d lo
acknowledge -ll.ii adillailou by n spiech
Lawnnce tirossinlth b hi- polished
and unlet humor uavf tit" p.rfot niam t
all Ihe leal distinction It po--esse.l apart
from the music of Ciivitller and the occa
sional hrlltlllUfS of till" speech. S.
.Muriel llud-oti, wlio-.- locks crow more
. liriiM.ti wlili the pa-sattf of thf seasons ,
Jlllltt l.ippf, with Ihe stately proportions
of a comic opeia cathetlral ; t'liarh s I'ur
tell, who I- at his best when he I- ilain
Init. Mobeit (I'l'iinnor and Adolnh Link,
who-e iiptiolilllllllt s wire llllllfetl- Ille.V
w.'l'c some of lb." as-oiiate- of Miss
Abaiitaii.'ll, who kept tb first night au
dience amused tlurliu: lb." proRie of
"I'lora Hella"' and iiiroaiiotil demon
uratlv." whenever th" cm tain fill,
CROWD SEES TWO DROWN.
Would He llrfiirr arroitl
i:int.rs llcnlli nl I one) lulninl.
Trowtls aloiu; the fom-y Inland IkmcIi
.vcslertlay uioriilnK n two ijuiik men
tlrown In the surf at the foot of ttitan
I'arkway and waichcl the iinsiicctsful
eftorts of a thinl man to lesctie them. In
whbh lie also nut row ly i-sciped tleith.
The two dinwneil and Inlir rnovertd
were Identified as Isidore Wrlstnan,
of ;ii.H'.' t tie, in Parkway ami Mo4'ls
.-ecerman, "I. of the sime atltlte-ss.
Janus Husted, maliairer of tin- Parkway
litt'i-, in temptliii: to r.'-cue them
bts'ame exhausted and was hlm-ef
pullet) out of the water by Patrolman
I llHtiKhey of the I'oney Island police sla-
September 1, 191(5.
"THE LILAC DOMINO"
OPENS 3D SEASON
Popular Operetta liy Charles
Cuvellier al the Standard
t'iiarle., I'nvllher had Hi,, honor of
ll'illi: leplesetlleil on m,, h;fK,.M ,,f ,,
clly 1.11 n.Khi. Al Ihc I'aMito "(.'lora
llella wa- -iiiik, uhlle al ihc Standard
. ihealte Audiftts tpp.. openetl in,, third
seaMUiof "Tho Lilac I lontluo," It oiicht
lo be fll.'olllaKlni: to John I'oft o Mtt.l
,111.11 he has ,i eoinpoMi' fallible of on
Jo.vim: mi.Ii iiioioiiue.i popuaiiit'. iiurr
are f.u opeicitm nowadays w'hlcli can
PHI tl lecold of lit Jears or use lo their
, Hut the woie or "The I. llac lioinlno"
I I- iiiicoininiml.v fin." In Ihc .u,.,tlo lhat
i lit.ikf leal opei-ella nun It". If I Krace.
nil and in. lodlim... fr Its cotnpo,er. a
'reli. hn.an, studied ,, Vl.tma. so Iheie
I Ihe b.-t .,f both .chtiols lu the pltUniit
iiuinb.'is of tho work. Tito lame
, auillinic eiijojtd It tpule as mueli as if
'tllf plt'if were liltiiKfthei' ttew. Mr
.m;' mini's i.KtniMi
EMPIRE !!,;;, LAST 5 NIGHTS V
.tsil tltis,. Ml.M'U A Ml. Al -t.
VI. A I 'I.
'I l.l V S VMM IISON In Ihe
Jiim:i"iii tn initio ( ,,,!
S-pt anil,, Marmirct Atmllu i'r..Tine."
LYCEUM ,'17 ".,:.l.1,.e7.'!
MM .1 NI..HIV '.J.Vi1
tw ... .1... i "'".
IWfcA .."imnuur 1 1 luiiili,
MURDOCH--Please Help Emily
N'P' I". l. ML ihi, -r. An... V.... ...I.."
PULTON J Nt nr Ii w,, ' n, s ;ut,
PL r""IM mm' 'X S'" " '"
in Kdw Kniilitniich , 1 1 D A fl A al I al I
ttiei (.,iu.ii rnunnini
IT?U VI Mf w 'in
I Mai. W..I A m,i '
Mm Tii.hi it
FAST AND GROW FAT
M r h i 4 1
Seat I htir-ilni.
. .. - " " i . i.iiriia. .
toll. ii it f urn A J.i.rplt Kller nr."ent
THE AMBER EMPRESS
th I rank l.alnr. Kinma Jantlrr.
I liiiiua ! oiikrt. Iltinulil Mat lliin i'il,
.Matin milter. It. til. e Allen ,h.,
HEYWOOD BROUN In
N. Y. TRIBUNE aayi:
"We ee no .iiiioiuohili" r.iclne to m
the l.y front Ihe irtilto while In the
itevi ihe mrl I- icalloi.ins alone the
Kttilirate in her chariot lo sale llel
ha.tr. Strangely enoueh. Ihe viidden
ltiii Irom Cjrm to the ireeni the
IUIijIo'i and h,ick to the llimrry. doe.
not ork aicaln.t the ii.pcnc or either
tor. hut helchtens It.",.. New Vorl
and ll.'ihin so i II toirrtl.rr.
Kit' A- vn Mai..
I. oMcr lioor S I A 92,
II. .l.'oii.t $1 A I."
INI llatcont 1" V A ".He
All other M.'iti.
Kinire 3d ll.ilcon.i '.'
LIBERTY J:r;, TWICE EVERY DAY
llro.tdx'ty A ,',0th
t v 1 1 i i n.ii ti . .vn,., in i.Ao.
4HTH $1 i "f " 1 '"' -1
0in Oli M.uiiue. Tlnir.. A Sit -." f.
hi "ntiiiel...il ' I tiaiiuae," hv Mark u:in
A( Iran Inn e lilt a I Iran I onirdl.tii,
anuor.ni MiinceTo.m s m
III a new t onti-ly Mil. I. V. Vltl'S.
I." N II uiv Kv s in Sharp.
1 .0 .Matinee To-Ill ' L" In
mi ii .mi vv vi.itiN i ri.i.vs
The li.ltne I'lirtl. I'rkht senile .et-
tun;, are .iiimtIi " it Ke. Joitrintl
A BLAZING SUCCESS
The PANTOMIME :ih MUSIC
Vll . to ll i tit 1 lie llill.f If )oi do Hot M'C
It. ton ..re otilti mail, V iime.
PflflTH'I'lHTUi: 11.-1 t.vth treel
DUUiri,vk'. s .lit M.H. To-Ill it A Sal '.' in
MAXINE ELLIOTT'S" ii';:'"r 25 1 50e
I'. ' t-in tn.'e
II 'I 1 1 1 M
A n io-
Tin I nele Tom' I vl.lttof the IV hit." l e
(illl.llltKN I MIHH HI NOT Alllllrl Kll
. MM K. .'".e In l
itidivt v:.a .-.tic
"Tne Lilac Domino"
TODAY AT 2
S'llflrrfiir I" llll' II ! "."tl' ' re ,S't
hiii.. DAW! auia
llll otiip ll'alit
I- W mm Vlf HI
Nett Ice .Maiiuilo' l III.) Nov.ltlet
Halle' Mlt'-'r I i u o- Ii
M.tK.'.l l.y I! II 111 ItNSIIJB
I Vi.UY ! MING Bit. .rem?
Bl T TIP- PRICES
Ii IV cel..
( 111 ( III I I 1,1. M Vlllt'M
Milrotiolltall Itlier.l l.ll'. lllchc..lA ( horn.
.oil Moii til I' M VAalkiicre
ve il '.'I 7 "tl I' M I .lliillrriii A I'niilliii 1 1
WIVTii lltii'TV IIUVI'N l'l'lt'll
H I'.ll f HI.I HUM Villi. hi lli'
MVIVI'NVirlt Ml l.l'lllill, ltllllKHN
111 V. I,VI'.I i:VlllVfll TKtlAM VAN
llVl'K Ml KS "-TdNI'. M VKI'.liKI.H
W VIilll M. M'HIXKI. IIIIUNIIH.I
III ill.WZK V mill ('( I NT I I 'otuliiiior.
, tec 9J I'll, ..I I em. ,ieo , ,.l va,
r Mid vii vmt, I, .
-hi a IV9li'"i" tit. null 1'alilt.ink In
llll 111'"'.' "Maiiliatlan Vlailne..''
HIMul W i'.VJMtloi.l. ,enl,' III it collie l
lloMlanJ lll.llti, till I, r. ll.l,
Ic't.'atiHK ' Hiccril Iriii
'NOON IB ll'30Bar.,,
oltl.e III III
nurd nl I'.illrntr'
-J. i ? t ! i
1 fj -av v-1 - jjm.-- ry A ITIli 1
ICimWtti-k 1 .viuiiaui'iuent
-Jm. "j-'i. i na
Hums itB.5"l iUk Ulll I awiii'
I SHOW" I
nippcl has collected nil excellent com
pany, the costumes and scenery are fresh
and attractive mid the rcvlv.il of Hut
opera Is a complete sin cc.
There am now few tlintlics below
Korty-secontl street In whl.'h "Very
Hood IMdle" has not In en n'clt ittnl
heaitl slum Its catcer Ii.cmii on
Chrlslmas eve. Indeed, then, ale few"
theatres In any pari or lite tit j, In which
It Is not heard now every itimil, as tin.
theatre niche-lias appear to Ilml It Hit
I most popular of nil eutf.teli numbers.
, So Willie the. piece may Im eii.lotcil In nit
Ills ipialllle.H hi lite Thlilj ami. t Slreel
Tlteatre, In which II was tr'iiisfri led
last nlKlit. Hie music Is nl-o to be hint. I
' In iiiaiiy olher phtce-. Jeioine K in ha
I the satlsfaciloii of wiilimt III III t ' t .
I the most melodious of the Jl.ti
1 "Potash and I'eiluitillei- in S... . tj 1
vvtis la; nlulit a- far noiCi i t a
, llronx (ipeta II. ni.,, mil I Mill u..,uir
si tout:, The l.trK", eiiHiti '1.111. ,i d. net
took especial pleasure oil I nl t.i. Il ubh
j of I'olmli, who wan ieif" ni-d hi
' Harney llertianl, allhoimli his a o .ate
I weie iiImi fiijiiyeil.
Crnsmler Ttmt'tl n. Ii irlf l.in,
( 'II aiiI.ks rt is , S. f. s.cpi II T,
I ('lytic Line -Itam-lnii . '. 1 1 1 1 . ImatK'n
' to port to-iliy tin .II-.1I1I..I t. ii .ii
auxiliary silioonir t'lusaih wl'i I,.
! clew of six. nil it Thf i 'i 'i- nl . r
I broke down Its; t I u : t almtii foin i i
northeast of I 'hal Ic.-tott. Sh. . I. il d
. from Nt w Vo; I, to llawi
.t vii -t.iii s r.
rm.tiitt.t tu m i.hm.s.
vein lUCTtnniu u
M I t . I
ntn nmoicnunm m.
MMiWiiriti.iA i vm wii k
gVltefftl fcfeJ. Ul'l L illh I HllhiV
ZIEGFELD MIDNIGHT FROLI -
,, ,.- . I.PtllO .11.1.1 I I 11
MlllMt.ll I I 11(11.11 .Open I tie s,,pi
- . - .
HUDSON ,7-,t MON.. SEPT. 18
TUf J -
I'l.W. FULLY ANNA
"rKT SK,X MM MHIP-hvt.
COHAN-SV,;,".',:;;,' ';v, ;
VV.." I Ith l
Mn. i loir
IV .1 (", t
M.llllH Co u
ulth M VIII. I, M VI 111,
Of A fl
- tic A I
V . Ill
rACIklA '''Oh t A II It it ii..
bflSinU ,o M.,i(. r,, , .. i ,
tlpcr.',;, FLORA BELLA
The Man Who Came Pack
"llrmii.nl. ami full. hi ,, M. ..
The i I ,11, A II n it I t s in
l '.n Matinee To-lli i. .' o
See ihe Tall (Ipcnlin; pn ,nP,"
M.H AI-MUWIinsllt, ,
MMafl m . . "aaaaaaai
.Matlmi 'I m ni A
VERY GOOD EDDIE
A Mil. leal CoineiH 'Hut I. Iliirerem
C-tTFIRST NIGHT THURSDAY.
( WILLIAM COLLIE!.
NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH
Slltr. MIW Ml MM,
fiiiliedv.lv it Kit I.. Mi. liiurA,
'.'J n tt'ij Ham . j ,
Tho. II In. e
.... .- to Hove, fl
1 oon oimi
r n v kiiitii s
i A LACE
1 1 II lie. I A Mm. III,,,.,
tleliildi" a IIiikI,,..,
" m ihe I It." ihi,,.,
'..I".".'.."" k " ilkerV v
"( hit" Sale, i.iher..
Hit. Ii.i k'. in I, II,.,,. nil. ,
Mae Vi, ... t, .
I i.-llllllll I i .Inn t 'o.l iiitiel I ,,,,
"i" i nm vian ii vim, iiniu
V,--i IURLESQUE REVIEW wli'.Vi,
I I IIM.I IS imi,
i i mi in k
I III tllet,'. llai . Vit , .1 I'.
IIIKIIIM N All! M.III NI.
Ul'I.Vl l(. ' 1
it and I'tilnm Hirert,.
tl. Il.illt 1,1 vtalo l.'ii
THE LID LIFTERS
;ier Mind iv '- IUb I rrl.
IIOTKI." AMI Kl l VI II VM,
, 14tn Street near Fourth Av8nu3
ktv Crnryr Htntrl
Filth Au. .mil 2Hb Street
Out uf the iitul lieailllfnllt iiiH,iiilei
lintel III Nrti It.rL.
MMI K..IIIII tvllll llalll.
Katfs : und up.