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Iftte's Daughter ' mlrn le pla, by Fran 1
I. Kftijel M"tiilfi ntshl.
FORREST- 'I'liln-i hlii ' Montgomery And
Stone, In new phantajv b Anne (MMwe.l
nnd It 11 Iturndlile, with music h Ivan
Carvll Wednesday nlKht.
GARRICK -' Nrnrly Married. " fnrre rn'i
hv Eilcar Selnyn, starring Uruce Mcltm-
WALNUT Hrlnslnc; Pp Father." niiialmi
cnmndy. Wised on Oenrne MeMnnua' cartoons.
by Gtia Hill. Monday night.
ACADEMY rip Mt'SR'- '''nnlrln " m.nlne-
flcturo drama. b Oabrlelle D'Anminiln of
ho third reiitury 1). C. A truly mnrielous
feat on the reel, ttllh a comlnclnjj ol, -in
ADEl Pill 'The ttrvolt." bv Hdnr.l tickr
stnrrlns Helen W nrc Driven desperate,
negto to I ife ros tho ealct enjed a a
prcrocatl e 1 hor husband but comes homo
er ti in liti-KRITIPS-Mr
and Mrs. Vernon Castle. In
IN THE DRAMA?
FewTragic Plays in Season's
Output Indicate Growing
Popularity of Lighter
Of ten now plays produced in New York
during the month of August the majority
were light, some ovancscently HrIiL In
their calibre of entertainment. This Is
true also of the plays stajred durlnj; Sep
tember, ns well as those promised later
In the "enson. Where farce comedy does
not prevail, the action hinges generally
on sensational situations, the characters
Including an array of politicians, grafter
and policemen, and the scenes being laid
In Brooklyn Hats, where neglected wives
bicker with tippling stepmothers, court
rooms and localities of such topical ap
peal. What has become of the old-fashioned
serious drama, wherein the stage is shak
en by the tumultuous soul upheavals of
the great emotional artiste, and the set
tings trembled In the gusts of passion
emanating from the agitated bosom of the
Etark-faced tragedian! Who does not
remember the joy we had In sharing In
JIIss Olga Nethorsole's elephantine dis
tresses: Hut alas Camllle tilth no more,
Sappho weeps no salty tears, nor are we
plcasurably harrowed by the turbulences
of another Mrs. Taniiueray.
"A few years ago we heard more or
less of Ibsen. Strindbnrg. Hatiptmann and
Maeterlinck in our playhouses," says the
Dramatic Mirror, commenting on the
lack of solid drama. "Madame Slmone
came over and produced a play of Ros
tand. Mr. Frohman put on 'Chantecler.'
Mr. Oland tried out Strindberg's 'Father.'
Forbes-Robertson, Mr. Faversham and
-others were playing in dramas of Shake
speare. "The popularity of plays dealing with
criminals and grafters, court scenes ami
pollre functionaries, and. next to these,
plays with a strong farcical tendency, Is
not highly promising for 'the serious
"Miss Margaret Anglln may and so
may Mr. I lackett produce a Shake
spearean play: but with those exceptions
we fail to dosery anything like solid lit
erary phenomena on the theatrical hori
zon." It Is true "The Revolt," which will con
tinue here next week, deals serlouly with
the problem of a husband's neelect of
his wife, but it is leavened with an admix
ture of laugh-provoking humor. Of the
new attractions to open next week, "Pi
late's Daughter" is the only serious play,
and that Is religious. Margaret Angiin.
finding Shakepoare financially unprofit
able, will appear in Wilde's amusing sa
tire, "Lady Windermere's Fan." at the
Broad. "Nearly Married," with Bruce
(McRae, deals farcically with marriage
and divorce. Montgomery and Stone, In
their fantasy, "Chin Chin." will be fol
lowed by other mentally titillating musi
cal amusements among them "The Pass
ing Show of 1911" and "Tho Whirl of the
World." Even Mrs. Flske, famous creator
of Ibsen tpcs. will appear in a new com
edy "Lady Betty Martingale, or The Ad
ventures of a Lively Hussy," by John
Luther Long and Frank Stayton.
While there will be serious dramas, and
solemn dramas, there Is no prospect of
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Antoinette Valker and Bruce McRae,
"Nearly Married," Garrick, next week.
So popular did Mr. and Mrs. Vernon
Castle In their original dances prove that
Manager Jordan, of Keith's, has enjaged
them for a second week. That dancing;
Is still a popular pastime was evident by
tho furoro tho appearance of the origins.,
tors of tho box-trot created. Thousands
thronged the popular amusement house
Indeed, hundreds wcro turned away.
"Back to Where They Started," a skit,
with Sam and Kitty Morton, will hea
a bill that looks alluring, Among th
features will be Haul Pcrlera, the Portu.
guoso court violinist, supported by hla
own original string quartet of selected
musicians; Edwin George, a comedian
and "near" Juggler; a comedy of mod
em life, "A Strong Cup of Tea," by Con
nelly & Co.; "Putting on Aalrs"; a new
skit, with Mao Mclvlllo and Robert Hlg.
gins. Mary Dorr, a comedienne, In a
series of new song selections and charac
terizations, and Fred Itenello and sister,
performing a routlno of picturesque and
hazardous feats on a bicycle.
Little Inez McCaulcy will appear In a
playlet of real life, "The Girl From
Chtlds'," at Loow's Knickerbocker next
week. Miss McCauley, an an cx-waltress,
unfortunately married and divorced, finds
herself engaged as a servant in the homo
of her ex-husband, who has married
again. The action hinges upon her effort
to make tho husband appreciate his wife.
The rest of the bill will include the
character comedian, Murray Bennct;
Scott and Wilson, acrobats; Lon Smith
and Constance Farmer, In comedy and
songs; David Knleokoa, an Hawaiian mu
sician, and Frcvoll, a shadowgraphlst.,
7tie Truth in
Fred Stone, who with David Mont
gomery, will appear at the Torrest
Theatre, Wednosdny nlsht, in the
premier performance of Charles Dil
lingham's new musical phantasy, "Chin
Chin," Is noted as one of the greatest
masters of the ait of theatrical make-up
Nono who have ever seen Ston's In
imitably "Scarecrow" can forget the
bizarre art thereby demontratul. Since
"Th Wizard of Oz" days, Mr. Stone
hns steadily processed In his remark
able skill until, In his recent appear
ances. It has not been unusual for him
to assume half a dozen personalities,
different in every essential, voice, man
nerism and even size. In a single even
ing. As an example for the time needed
for the development and completion of a
comic opera before it may be offered
I to thi public, It is cited thnt preparations
for the production of "Chin-Chin" began
' Inst January, the work progressing
' through a period of moro than eight
months. While the title suggests a Chi
nese setting, it Is not located in the
Lelestlal Kingdom. It Is Interesting to
note that there Is no leading lady in
"Chln-Chln," although a number of
t-eautiful women are in the crju. which
numbers more than a hundred, and In
cludes Belle Story. Charles Aldrich. R.
E. Graham, Violet Zoll, Helen Falconer,
Marjorle Rentley. Rosa Valerie, Selma
RawWton. Evelyn Conway, Lola Curtis,
Lorayno Leslie, Edgar Lee Hay, George
Phe:ps, Gene Revr, Douglas Steven
Mr Dillingham has arranged with Ivan
Oaryll. Miss Anne Caldwell and It. II.
Purnside. composer and librettists of ihe
fanta.-y, for the song, "It's a Long. Long
Way to Tipperary," to bn Interpolated
into the comedy and sung by the two
com.jdlnns, an.l a big ehoru1. Thi.s is tho
song that the British Midlers are hinging
all over the battlefields of France.
Mr. Dillingham Is said to have paid
KW tor the exclusive stage rights In
William A. Brady's original New Tork
production of "Bought and Paid For," a
drama of American life, will open at the
rph-um Theatre, Germantown. next
llondav. Thfe nlav is hnsed unon the
another "E.tst Lynne"-that most effective I marital experiences nf a New York mil-
prouurrr i iuij.uus ie.ira-ur ni any- ; Uonnlre and a little JlO-a-week telephone
thing with the tragic qualities of "Therese operator
Itacmin." Is the drama of loud sounding jtakeup' in the actor's vocabulary Is
sobting. Inrmaclous dyings and shrlt-k- I by no means confined to the use of pa'nt
Ing heartbreaks passing? Do we tend to. ancj powdrr," says Mr Stone. "It h.n
ward an eta of emotional levity and to ,0 nf ,th costuming, personality.
muKiuci " um cmtuwuiuciii., "tmf ant often with phy-iir.tl appearance
ever uiv luiuie uutciuiiiitviii ui jnuya lit
be, there will be some, of course, who
will maintain that weeping Is more salu
tary than laughter; others again, that
laughter is more seriously beneficial than
In Francis L. Kenzel's miracle play,
"Pilate's Daughter," which will open at
the Chestnut Street Opera House Mon
day night, theatregoers will bo offered a
novelty In drama. The play H essentially
religious in Its appeal and Is based upon
an old legend.
Much historical research was necessary
to giu an accurate stage picture of the
time, both in Jerusalem and Rome. The
play Is divided into seven scenes and
shows the house of Pontius Pilate, the
Mamertlne prison and the palace of the
Emprebs Agrippina In producing the
appearance of the miraeulous cross tome
remarkable electrical effects will be used.
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Beginning Wed. Ev'g, Sept. 30 5V"
MONTGOMERY and STONE
In ii New THIN. CHIN 51 itir l.y
BROAD Last Matinee and Night
John Mason in Drugged
NEXT WKEK- SEATS NOW SKI.MVii
In I.ADV WINDFHMEltK'S FAN
Why Miss Angiin
Left Mr. Mans
Miss Margaret Anglln, who will appear
In Oscar Wilde's satiric drama, "Lady
Wlndemere's Fan," at the Broad Street
Theatre Monday night, made her debut
under Richard Mansfield In Edmond Ros
tand's "Cyrano de Bergerac. ' Miss Ang
lln was a distinguished success In the
part of Roxane a success all the more
marked by her abrupt and unexplained
disappearance from the cast. Miss Ang
lin's success was Indeed almost as great
as that of Mr. Mansfield himself. When,
therefore, after the company had started
on tour and Miss Anglln vanished, many
and various were the suppositions as to
why the charming original Roxane had
Only a short time ago was the mys
tery solved In the discovery of a letter
written bv Mansfield to a Chicago news
Taper It Is characteristic of the great
actor, and reads thus:
"Virginia Hotel, Chicago, Oct. 9. 1002.
"My attention has been called to the
continual reference to Miss Anglln and
the usual innuendoes ns to why she sev
ered her connection with my company.
Miss Anglln played Roxane In 'Cyrano
de Bergerac' very charmingly, and im
mediately after her marked success in
the role" received an offer of twice the
sum I had contracted to pay for her ser
vices. Miss Angiin accepted the offer.
"I am sorry that the facts arc so sim
ple nnd uninteresting really almost sor
did, but 'tis true. It would have been
more exciting, and no doubt more agree
able, to have been able to relate how
I the poor creature was taken by the hair
I and dragged about the stage, or how
I she was, after a stormy rehearsal, kid
napped and confined in a dark room,
where the monster squirted Ink at her
through the keyhole punctually every 15
minutes, or how she was sandwiched be
tween two boards like the lady In Tol-
stol's rustic tragedy while the beast sat
upon her and read his prayer book, and
then how she escaped, but ever after
refused to reveal the mystery of her suf
ferings for fear of the vengeance of the
' blood-thirsty tyrant!
' Miss Anglln will be supported by
, Florence Carpenter, Carolyn Darling,
Catherine Ainsley, Louise Gllmore, Helen
1 Jnseffy, Sidney Grecnstreet. Leonard
I Wllle, Wallace Wlddecomhe, Donald
! Cameron and Harry Barfoot
Mil, Mill, IMKII lIMHMHIim
AI I4AMRRA I'anyunk, MnrrU & t'.'th 6ts.
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ETHEL AMORITA KELLY,
"Passing Show of 1914," Lyric, Oct. 5.
Master Harold West will be seen In the
tltlo role of "Buster Brown," a musical
comedy founded upon the famous "Bus
ter" caricatures, at the Liberty Theatre
next week. Master West will be sur
rounded with a notable cast of comedians
and singers particularly fitted to Interpret
their various roles.
Company I. Second Regiment, N. G. P.,
will be the guests of Master West Mon
day night. The company will bo headed
by the Buster Brown Boy Scouts.
A NEW CHARACTER IN DRAMA
In "Nearly Married," Edgar Selwyn's
farce comedy, which comes to the Garrick
Monday night for a week's run, Cohap
& Harris, the producers, assert they In
troduce a character new to Action and
the drama. It Is the "professional co
respondent." "The character Is taken from life and
Is nlmost, if not quite, coniincd to New
York," declares Edith Campbell Walker,
who will portray the part
"As in Edgar Selwyn's farce, these girls
are secretly engaged by married couples,
seeking an Immediate divorce. They are.
girls of good character and only pretend
to lllrt with their client, the married man
who hires them. ,
"Mr. Selwyn hns caught the humor of
this sham, nnd at the same time has
created a type never brought out here
tofore, either In the drama or in fiction.
Mr. McRae will be supported in "Near
ly Married" by the original company ap
pearing at the Gaiety Theatre In New
York last season. They Include An
toinette Walker. In the role of Betty
Llndsav; Edith Campbell Walker. Alice
S Elliot, Beatrice Ingram, John Sparks
John Butler. Delmar E. Clark, Danny
D.iy. John McCabe und Harry Loralne.
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CHESTNUT STREET ?.
TWICE DAILY LAST WEEK
World's Oreatcut Thoto Spectacle
Encasement Positively Enl Tonight
3rlr Main.. 10. IB. "T.C. EE 10. 25. ROC.
David Montgomery and Fred Stone.
To appear in "Chin-Chin," Forrest,
Mae West, known ns tho "Original
Brlnkley Girl," will head the bill at the
Broadway Theatre, In South Philadelphia.
Among the other attractions will be the
"Cabaret Review," a tabloid musical com
edy, produced by ten people.
Broad St. nnd Montgomery Ave.
FH.ED. G. NIXON-NIitUI.lNGEK.aen.Mgr.
With J. C. MACK nnd JIM GILDEA.
SPECIAL MOTION PICTURES
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EenlnKa7&D OUUU OlliAAO ior & 2(h-
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Greatest Photo Spectacle
To be seen for Limited Engagement at
BROAD AND LOCUST STS.
GRAND OPERA CHORUS
MATINEES. 2:l.ri PRECISELY
Reserved Seats, 10, 15 nnd -S cents.
EVENINGS, 8:l.ri PRECISELY
Reserved Seats, 10, IS, Iff. nnd SO cenli.
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AT 9 A. SI.
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FISHER & GREEN
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WEHU & BURNS
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LEOPOLD STOKOWSKI. Conductor
OC AFTEUNOjN SYMPHONY
- EVES'IVO CONCERTS
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until THinsriA'i OCT 1 locluilve. at
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6.15 to 0 P. M. 0 to 11 P. M.
Prices 10, IS, 33c.
Inez McCauley & Co.
In "The Olrl From Chlldi'".
In New Songi anil StorUl.
Lon Smith & Farmer Constance
In Dainty nlU of Comedy and Bonn.
SCOTT & WILSON
The Kfffntrle Longhmakeri.
The Manter hbaiongraphUt.
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I OC VValnilt Matt Tum, Thurs., & Sat..
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Almost a Juggler.
MELVILLE & HIGGINS
"Putting on Aire."
PAUL PEREIRA'S STRING SEXTETTE
FAMOUS INSTRUMENTALISTS IN POPULAR AND CLASSICAL SELECTIONS.
"JANE CONNOLLY & CO. I ROEDER'S INVENTION
FRED RENELLO & SISTER
HEARST-SELIG NEW WAR MOTION PICTURES
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- VISITORS TO'NEW YORK SHOULD NOT FAIL TO VISIT
B. F. KEITH'S PALACE THEATRE imimrAKD
WONDERFUL SHOWS IN THE MOST BEAUTIFUL HOUSE IN THE WORLD
A TT? T "DTLTT matinee today beginning next aionday
jtlJf JOjSUJL SlX TONIGHT AT 8:20 POSITIVELY LAST WEEK
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I FLUEGFLMAN Proyents
ft fi ! n IP
"A Star Whone Prnmotlon tn
Stellar Honors Is Richly Deserv
"Helen Wnre In
a Hit " Star.
"A Masterly Play That
tains Interest." Telegraph,
vi vta& rtcpsBasa II
4 i if
The Revolt' Is
A GREAT HUMAN I'LAV IIY
"A Play With Excellent Quali
ties That Gets Across." Evening
"Intensely Interestlnc Drama
Splendidly Produced." Record.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 5th
WINTHROP AMES PRESENTS
IN CLYDE FITCH'S VERY UNUSUAL COMEDY
SEAT SALE OPENS THURSDAY.
I YRTC BeffinninR Monday, October 5 feHTo Vo
1vJ.11Van UPROARIOUS UPHEAVAL OF LINGERIE AND LAUGHTEI1
The PASSING SHOW of 1914
THE MASTODON OF MUSICAL EXTRAVAGANZA .
Company Includes GEORGE W. MONROE, IIAIUtV FISHER, Robert Hmmett Ij""'
Frances Demarest, Artie Mehllnger, Marllnn Miller. Lew Ilrlre, Ethel AmorlU Kelly
Muriel Window. Freeman und Dunham, June Elrldge. llankoft and Utrlle, Lisle nicer,
Helen Carrlngton, and ..,
THE UNSURPASSABLE WINTER GARDEN CHORUS
SEAT SALE OPENS .MONDAY, AT 0 A. M.
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BEGINNING MONDAY EVENING
OPENING OF THE REGULAR SEASON
THE ALBAN CO., GEORGE H. BRENNAN, Managing Director,
THE FAMOUS MIRACLE PLAY
By FRANCIS L. KENZEL
CAST OF 75, Including Marion Barney, Constance Molineaux,
Sara Biala, Agnes Mapes, Ethel Gray and Eleanor Russell
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The ADVANCE SALE for this production was SO ENORMOUS that
an EXTRA BOX OFFICE was opened at this theatre. JOIN the LINE
EARLY MONDAY if you wish to secure desirable locations for any of
the opening performances.
THE J. FRED. ZIMMERMAN, Si'., THEATRES ftXiftftft
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FOR THE WEEK BEGINNING MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28
WILLIAM A nilADY, LTD PRESENTS THE ORIGINAL NEW YORK PRODUCTION
OF OEOROK IIROADHURST'rl STIRHINU DRAMA OF AJlBltli'aa t.i "
AMERICA H TRRMl-H IN STAGE REALISM
ONE SOLID 'iEAR AT KM A IlltADY'S PLAYHOUSE, NEW YORK
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October 5 BUSTER BROWN
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