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lell the lruth
P?L am many sad things In the
Kk but tho taddeBt of all Is tho fftta
tin who recklessly lells th truth.
ritur JO""' ",D """
L. Thtr" Fatty, i icrriuio cnm
.,.. he was a little boy at school
IlK.. had been Invariably a truth-teller.
rK " forsot the tender tale of llttlo
FlEf ..O.irlnn ami tVl rfl..rrV trfifi.
jfga wasi""o'" - ----
roHgh-and-reaay youn wtH "
Swrniafl aKoa Jonra' '" "'" ""'" "
Inter718 "u"' " -
... i.k.l nn Ihft HtttEO. To "Which
nis """ -
fr wide my drat stage npp'earanc in
laturallf, the minion of tho press gazed
n Mm with unaisguieca aamirauon.
Why dfa y" eor """ " " '
ffr .tunno," said Jones, "and the longer
W, one the more I wonder. Dut why
Si.u..,.." redled tho reporter, "you
s . rj.rvrHv wonderful, marvelous,
Krieulous story-teller. Any jnan with
Sifce to spring one like that on nn
Wriiiipectlng newspaperman llko me,
SSiout even a Bmllo or dodging for fall
t.Us. should havo been a politician,
iLnker or a press agent. You shouldn't
Vita other people write stories about you.
Hi are too gifted."
l?rou natter me " began Jonoa faintly.
EfVot at all. You and Columbus made
Eor debut In tho samo "city, I da not
Unfct" continued tho henchman of tho
truth' "It Is I who nm nattered to havo
tn enabled In humble course of my dally
"2j to meet such a man. I bow before
js. as a master. My profession ex
tid In mo Its respect, admiration and
linuj." began the truth-telling Jonco
fRaln, "you evidently misunderstood me;
Kn ee It wasn't a year, but a musical
Jitravagania, tho first Dig musical revuo
It Us kind ever produced In New York,
ii In the year 1892.
fe"0b," said the reporter. There -was
.i ,.... ..ntinlnfmnnt Innf rflnipf nn,1
Tiharlo of contempt In his voice. "So
hm were telling tho truth?"
JTes," confessed Jones apologetically.
the light died out of tho reporter's
, K'My, It's a tiresome world," ho said,
pd.returned his notebook and pencil to
bis inner coat pocket. I guess I'd better
tf going. I promised to cover a tour
lament at the Municipal Orphan Asy
Itra for the sporting editor this after
jSon. 5 long!"
EAQd no leir. Jonco wiui uiu realization
that he had missed a chance to make
JBiron Munchausen sound like a little
tcrat his mothers leneo lisping His
.Thus Is virtue scornea By an ovil-
Contbofd from rare TVrnx.
SJtaychlc" work, ana only In the moro
restricted sense of the scientist would
iw do open 10 question, iiau Airs.
IManhall's dream been really a pro
fnAiltory ono, as It has some features
'of this. It would havo answered to
I fair f .t,nt,nl in. nf ,k .Awi ...... I. I ..
nt It came short of that In the sequel,
ua we main lesson is tne sentimental
IMllflm nf wnm.n nnri .Via HiAnm ta
frtlllv ft Hftv drnnm nonn .l.n I...
wj-thologlcal and ethical for that,
but not fllllv rnmlnp itn , Ua M.n
frdreara Inspired by an external agent
pike the supernatural. It would prob
Shlr have violated khe properties If
DlCh a rirAATYl Tinrl h.tn Hirtn onnh on
Crista, because tho public hds such an
iuukq mea or spirit-inspired dreams
that It would want to see them ful-
pBut I beileve the play is all the moro
eXCellent for llPlnir navnlmlnnlnnl
hther than psychlo In our scientific
i.. wuio .cainuvcu sense, xnis more
normal conception of it makes it eth-
ICU St thft RAtTlA ttm. nn I. t..t.fc
MTe trespassed upon ethics If It had
pro against the popular notion of
w-h. iiuiuence, wnen once admitted.
ftl Ilxed tho acting very much. I
Cay not be a ironrt iirien tt .ho. ....
PjM'b likes Is a standard not t'o be
Jholly disregarded, and I thlnlc I am
. i" in noiamg tnat the acting
jawed the play. Very Blncerely.
JAUiSy H. IIYSLOP.
gathiued from Paca roar.
i!. raJ8h0rt- Hartley Manners' pop
ar and amusing comedy of the lm
w young Irish girl and her con-
r-in.,, " " ui r,onesome
4J;.h 5uEene Walter's effective
rft'on of John Fox, Jr.'s, tale
tf' the Cumberland Gap.
planed from Puca roar.
teLi'A '?ylnff otch sketches In the
ffr hew ty h0U8es you caI1 them
fegut It Is oil Scotch.' I said. It
SS .. ., m hPl8 for London. That
ffh.f?a5rlla n8Ver been donB ,n !"'
EflKiS."" However. Drtng him along to
KlSSh I.9. on Sa'u"ay morning.'
St ;, ??." x und I vfaa llsten
Sut o?.of t.h.8lIe',re"t. frankest, wlt-
WTho?I0auct,on' at a matinee at the
SSto-l the "u"'lon as to
SS J5i.lLwonMi,lai ou""'ul. The mat-
t Viff "'d It rapturously. r.J
LtfJ'.0," at th? HaynuwSu The
heiiTvi , faw "weeks, although It was
m rjlDaMY the business was not
nerlm," 8Ubselu'lUy. M you know,
iewman's Third Traveltalk
Btt'svM4 Newman traveltalk will come
5ct M- M War cP"als" as his
Ukrtr. .?Tr' Nw,an will conduct his
Ni, Vi.nn.f 1,",3on' -n. Brussels,
r.7.. r. "!" ,n moupn pictures
"ISawln .v. . 1, iui ap-
?!W ." ""-
JPSl d: '"'"" ""? na eHon.
whi!h0pmnU' B.nd th8 deplorablo
Vninli . 8ra". inevitable will ba
p - yn-.ufea laaen at close range.
PAT'S DOING TONIGHT
totr. AC04iajr ot Htulai
lag Corner, Kw C-otory CJuSi
3"u4, CatmJ T. M. C. A.I
Cluh 4lsBr. W1HTU-Strtfprdi
Waltoa. Lo4 63, IsUraa-
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The National Board of Censorship has
begun an lntcrstato light for the aboli
tion of censorship wherover found. It Ib
appealing to legislators, business men,
taxpayors and newspapermen. The board
argucs-ngalnst Stato censorship on the
premise that cities and towns have ethical
standards which are better preventive of
objectionable pictures than politically
Influenced, salaried censors. It olters as
a substitute a "city plan," as follows:
Tho city plan Involves co-operation be
tween tho cities o ftho country and tho
National Board. It links tho skilled vol
unteer opinions of tho members of the
national board with those of the repre
sentatives of public opinion, also work
ing voluntarily in each city.
An efficient number for a motion pic
ture commission Is Ave to seven. They
are selected by the Mayor from diversi
fied groups representing public opinion
and from those Interested In people. The
function of the commission Is to discover
and voice public opinion on the charac
ter of motion pictures to be exhibited In
Tho members concentrate their atten
tion primarily on fugitive 'and uncensored
Alms which theatre owners or lessees de
sire to circulate. They also Inspect nims
In which there are cuts or eliminations
made by the National Board. Thme mem
bers of tho commission review, also with
power to reject, thoso nims about which
they havo received written complaints by
citizens. The commission allows proper-ly-cenBored
pictures to bo publicly shown
with a minimum of delay and friction.
Tho city plan Involves the submission
to the commission of a list of pictures it
is proposed to snow before the date of
the flrst exhibition. It is understood that
proper arrangements shnll bo made for
the review of pictures without charge
to tne city.
Tho bulletin of the National Board, Is
sued every Saturday and containing the
complete action taken by that body on
films for tho current week, is sent to
tho representatives of the City Commis
sion. Tho complete list for the year will
Include 05 per cent, of all the motion pic
ture Alms in circulation throughout tho
country. Tho National Board agrees to
furnish these and other advices freely to
the City Commissions.
This city plan Is not theoretical. It
has been working satisfactorily In a
number of the cities of the country,
among which are New York city, St.
Louis, Milwaukee, Omaha, Portland, Ore
gon, Fasadena, Los Angeles, Jackson,
Mississippi, Dallas and Joplln, Missouri.
Boston the authorities have gone ono step
further. They permit no pictures to ba
shown which have not passed the Na
In this conenctlon Thursday's "cutouts"
by the Chicago censors Is of Interest:
"Toys of Destiny" (Powers) Flash
two gambling scenes.
"Life's Great Lesson" (Lea Bell)
Man entering through glass door to
woman's room; all scenes between man
and woman In the latter's room and
man leaving woman's room; flash close
to camera a view of suicide.
"The Language of the Dumb"
fLubln) Man giving criminal money
to commit crimes; shooting of pay
master. "An Innocent Burglar" (Princess)
Italian instructing trained monkey to
steal; Italian relieving monkey of
"Through the Murk" (Domino)--Subtitles
"They .decide that she Is not
worth It.". "Are you still of the same
mind about your daughter?" etc.; close
up view of drunken woman.
"Tho Famine' (Kay Bee)-6ubtitle
"Nliso learns that Fayome never In
tended to marry her"; stabbing of
"The Craven" (Reliance) Two close
to camera views of wounded man
tripped to waist; choking man; sub
title "See the wages of your Bin."
"File No. 113" (Blograph) Three
scenes In which Illegitimate child ap
pears; flash robbery of safe where
mark Is made on vault door.
"Milady's Boudoir" (Blograph)
Flash holdup scene where man breaks
wlndowpane with bead of cane.
"The Boob and the Baker" (Blo
graph) Jabbing man In back with
"The Crucible of Flame" (Feature
Ideal) Abduction of child.
BETTY NANBEN'S PENSION.
Betty Nansen, the tragedlene, who was
Imported to this country by William Fox
to pose exclusively for the screen, Is, It
Is announced, to be sent upon .a tour of
America on the conclusion of the making
of the series of film productions In which
she will appear. Miss Nansen will be
een In. person In every large city In
which the Fox pictures, of -which the
first is Echegarays "The Celebrated
Scandal" are shown.
The tragedienne, at the behest of the
Danish Minister of Foreign Affairs, Baron
Scanavlus, will open the Danish exhibit
at the Panama-Pacino Exposition at San
Francisco. Miss Nansen's Government
designated secretary while she la In this
country is the Hon. Helens de Bvanen
sfcjold, lady-ln-waltlng ta the dowager
Queen Louise of Denmark and of noble
Danish tilrth. The Danish Government's
interest In Miss Nansen, white she Is
under contract to M Fox. ts explained
by the fact that she ts leading lady sf
the Royal Theatre, dopebaten. TUta is
ZEUlJ'KBGBR-PHILADELPHIA, BATHRBAY, JANUARY
THE PASSING SHOW tN THE LAND
Will ' ' t f J, ' f
tutlon and the artists engaged for It aro
entitled to pension privileges.
Miss Nansen's pension will It Is esti
mated, be In the neighborhood of 25 per
THE WEAkdn (7) SEX.
And now Dot Kelly, of tho Vltngraph
PlayerB, has had an adventure In the at
tire of a mere man. In tho Aiming of "A
Madcap Adventure," In which Dot played
the lead, Bho was required to impersonto
what Is known among tho male box as
a "liberal fcpender." While she had
bundles of stnge money, Dot was not fa
miliar with trousers' pockets as a re
ceptacle for real money, and, conse
quently, was without oven a nickel of
the coin of the realm.
Not wanting the fact that she was
without funds to become known, she
was compelled t cast longing glances
nt every store window that displayed a
hot chocolate " sign, for it was one of
the coldest days of the winter, and Dot,
without the accustomed warmth of foml
nlne attire, was cold. The picture re
quired her to bo seen entering a cafe,
and she welcomed the scene In which this
was to take place. At last
Swaggering through the door of a
liquid refreshment palace In regular man
fashion, Dot made a bee line for the
rJaiator. While enjoying its warmth'to
the full, a Btranger approached, and,
slapping her on the back, said: "You
look cold, old chap, let's have a hot
(And Dot giggled) lemonade. Miss."
It was the most welcome remark Dot
had heard that day.
Bills of the Week
CHESTNUT BTTIEKT OPEHA IIOUSE-IIall
Calne'a "Tho Christian" continues to attract
capacity audlencoi at each performance The
plendld film drama bejrln. tha fourth week
of Its Philadelphia run Monday. Tho presen
tations under the new policy commence at 1
and 8 In the afternoon and at 7 and 0 In
BTANLDY "New Romance." by William C.
DeMllle. will bo offered In nlcturlnd form
tho nret tnroa aaya oi in ecu mr ""
Btanley Theatre. Tho jaat three daya Mar
guerite Clark appears In Harold McQrath'a
Tho Qooso Girl," An added feature through
out tha week will be Hobart Boiworth'a
lateat production, ''The Ueach Comber,"
PALACE THEATIIE-Flret .three days tha
vaudaUlle bill will be, headed by tho Sons:
und Dance Ilavua. mualcal comedy act: Klein
Brothers. J. Delmoro and Goldla Moore, the
Three O'Neill Slater, and Lonio Cox. David
Belaaco will prcaent an all-atar cat In, the
nim veralon of "Tha Ctrl of, the Golden
West." For tb latterhnlf of the week tho
Declal vaudeville headllner will be Abo At
fill the Five Merry Vounsetera. Morrta and
Meaaley? Arthur and Orace Terry and tha
Mr)onelda The photo-olay attraction will
blf the racing Play. "HI. Lt Dollar."
vir-roniA THBATMS The vaudeville num
VJCTOUi. "?.. unan Troupe, lloa.
oera "" :-.--;-h. illicit and company.
and ABmon, .--.-- t. ., nn.i n,t.l
era. tne J-'.f V.n in "rh Pit."
t nrtiRT William Farnum . today, in his
MSH,? nhotoplay. "Samson." The story la a
modern P one ana not baaed upon tha biblical
?J22 i r Samson. Monday and Tuesday.
?,'-&.. ndason in "The Girl I Left Behind
SI TtoMtb episode of the, "Exploit., of
rialna" will be an extra f.aturo. Lillian
S!f.lnM will appear Wednesday, Thursday
ii rrldaV in i photoplay v.rsloa of "Wild,
nnd Friday. JMj ,, n wtn M
Fhrman. n "The Hoo.ler Bchoolmsater,"
fuDMrted by Miss Lollts, Robertson.
nEGENT,-Liman Russell. In "YJUdnrs." on.
wiffiS and Tuesday. ''Money,' a two.reei
BloSrenh adaptedfrom Buiw.r Lytton'a story
r fhltume name, will be the main attrao.
tton on Wednesday, Thursday and .Friday.
BaTurdSy. Clara lilmball Young, la "The
BELMONT. The new pooy of this theatre Is
"rTh.nr. of program twice a week. For the
Srthe&ys, "Samson." with William
rSrmun In the aadlng role. The Isst half
J?ftrMk la Robert Edason. In 'The O rl
I'liftUehlnd Me," The Installation of a
full orcbestra add. to the attractlvn of
nmiiMANTOWN. Monday. Marguerite. Clark,
E? Tho oucJMt." by Mark Lee Lutheri
i?The SuffaTmg of Susan." "Tha Husband
Who Did II s Duty1' and "The 8tol.n En.
linf" Tuesday; 'Tha Crucible." "German
fnir! Theatre War N.wa." "Love. Oil and
OMse " comedvi "His Unwitting Conquest "
?Vd'sday "The Idler." with Charles Rich
San? '" Btrand of Blond Hair." a comedy ,
Porcine Dad's Consent" a comedy: 'The'
KnfJht'J VUlt," a coraec-y, and ''Arthur
nSumloVa Ward," drama. Thursday. "False
Color." -with Jits W.ber and Phillips Smal
P'f ? Dow.rful drama. "By the Governor's
nryd''t "Broncbo H'1'" u,d ,h HnwHt."
Sfh Tall of a Coat," comedy. Friday
.roi.- colors." and a avectuular animal
ora.ma! "In Time With lbeWtld," ,fturday.
"SSomy Jane," featuring; Beatrix Mlchalena,
Adraw Robaon and Houae Peter.. "Who's
sRjffc comedy. "Sophie's 8w..theart.'"
XSi'dv 'THe Trip of the Park Continent"
"Twia the Night Before Christmas" and
!.c,iuih. cuifew Ring Tonlghtr
om.vinHRa- Monday. 'Zudora," No
"The Mystery of the Perpetual oiare,
Fatal Opal," "Sweedi and the Hyp
l " "tjwoeai ana W9 urpaocut."
Anibmhed," In three parts, featur
:1. X Bushman, "A Soldier of
tnhln Ant ma. "flnraansv Ohl.t-
:? -'SVVhin draTSaT'-feweenoFs T Christ
mi. TBird" MBiedy. Wednesday. "When the
Sfrth TrimblaJ." 'a which U eWn the de-
ths TlUce' Heaist-SelUrNews. Tbursday
S. ihVJaye f Thundsrtn Herd.'1
iinU draiB of 1MB. Friday. jVh. eA
if thVWridse. "TUl Death. Us Do,, Part,"
SranUL Saturday, JT Premature Compro.
Sr dm ma. '"ITbrilns Dad a Ooomoi "
"Si'dy "The SUaUgy Of Brcocbo BUly-,
ovaKSWJP2114 Vbt g0"
Elaine." third eplaode: "The Vanishing Jew
el.," "The llouso of rear," drninu; other
pictures. Tuesday, 'Tho Truth Wagon,"
"Children of Fate," "Koola In Pajamas,"
comedy, "The Magic Ulaas." Wodneaday,
"Ilia Uunrdlan Angol." ' rhe Dentil of Hlmon
Irfgreo," a comedy, ami other ulcluna.
Tliuraday, "Master Koy." No. 10. In a rcclas
"Tho Magic Mirror" nnd others. Friday,
In the Hands of lxntJon Crooks," In six
reels, "L'ncla Sam's Phenomenal Achieve
ment," "Merry Mary's Marriage." Saturday,
tiho Stoops to Conquer," ' 'lha Meauuru of
a Man" and "Jcd'a Llttlo Clopcmcnt."
litis. Monday, "Mu.tcr Koy No. 8" and
iiiutimg tho Scanuul. ' 'luisduy, tho World
l'llm Corporation urouonta "Mrs. vlKgs of
tho Cubbdge Patch," leaiuring ljt.i.rlco
Mlchclcno. Wedncaduy, "'Ibe Millllinent."
ihurtdj, Audiew Muck, In the 'llagged
Karl." I'Tlduy and Saturday, "Tho Spoilers, "
u presented, at tho Chestnut Street upeia
TULPliHOCKEN. Monday, "The Strangor,"
"U he Way of the World," "amuituier
Island" and "When Cupid Caught a Ihlcf."
lueaday, 'Tho ilrako Up," " 1 ho Knockout "
"Pica Are Plos," "Bvcry lm.li a Hero,"
"flio Old Hypocrite" and "AiiuuaiKd Week
ly. ' wednu.uay, Dorothy Donnelly, In '"lha
Ihlef, ' Iho Lone Game" and "Dude llaf
Iles." Thursday. "Tlio Floor Above,' "Old
Peg Lcg'u Will" and "When tha Deacon
Swore." iTlduy, "Tomptatlon of Udisln
Swain," "Homo and Country," "The Death
of Sunon 1-oareo." Saturday, "The Criminal
Code," "The Master Key" und "How Many
JUFFUllSON. nthol Barrymore. In "Tho
Nightingale," on Monday. "he Tigress,"
feuiurlng Olga Petrova. on Tuesday. Wed
nesday, "A Fuctory Magdalen," ith Edith
'lotcn In the lcaulng roie. The tlluuzed
version of "Mlgnon," tho opera, with Uoatrlco
MIcholcna In tha title part, will bo hero
Thursday. "Llttlo Lord Fauntlcroy," Fri
day; Saturday, "Zudoru" will bo shown.
BIJOU DUUAM. Udward Joeo and Theda
itaru, in "A Fool Thero Was," for Monday.
"In tho Shadow," lor Tuesday. Thursday.
Ethel Urandln, In "Tho Adopted Daughter.'1
IlIDGK. Monday, Uplsods No. 4 of "Zudora."
Tuesday, Keystono comedy day, with Itoscoo
Arbucklo In "Fatty and Mlunlo Ho Haw,"
also "by tho Governor's Orders." Wednes
day, "Life's Shop Window." Thursday,
"The Million Dollar Mystery No. 21." Fri
day. "A Perfect U0." by Montague Glass.
Saturday, "Tha Nihilist's Daughter."
WINDSOR. Monday, "Itoso of tho Alley."
Tuesday, 'Tho Und of tho lJrldgo." Wed
nesday, Herbert Kolcey and Lffle Shannon,
"After tho Ball." Thursday, Mabel Tnllaierro,
in "Cinderella." Friday, "Tha Silent Bell."
Saturday, Zudora series No. 7" and "After
noxoIlOUaH. Monday. Patho Weekly and
others. Tuesday, "The Cellar of Death."
Wednesday, Francis X. Bushman. In "Am
bushed." Friday, "Fatty and Minnie Ho
Haw." Saturday, "In Dotlanco of tha Law."
CAYUGA. Monday, "Tho Llttlo Oray Home,"
"Their Ups and Downs." Tueauay, ' For
the Mastery of tho World." Wednesday, "A
Night of Thrills," "Ilural Demons."
Tliuraday, "Maater Key No. 4," "Such a Mis
take." Friday, "Ghost of Smiling Jim,"
"Hoy Major." Saturday, "Cxplolt. of
Elaine, No. 2 " "The Mill Stream" nnd
Animated Weekly No. 145.
LEADEH Monday and Tuosday, "The Spoil
ers." Wednesdsy, "Time's Punctured Ilo-mnne-"
Thursday, tho World Film Corpora
tion pre.ents "Tho Pit." Friday, fifth epi
sode of "The exploits of Elaine.'1 Saturday,
"The Bomb Doy."
FIIOLIC Monday. "The Master Koy." Tues
day, "Seven Davs." Wednesday, "The Ex
ploits of Elalno." Thursday, "Kit, tho
Arkansas Travoler." Friday, "Judith of
Bethulia." Saturday, "Fatal Wedding,"
GARDEN "Home. Sweet Home," with a cast
Including Blanche Sweet, the Glsh alstera.
Henry V. Wulthall, will bo shown Monday.
"The Lion's Bride'' on Tuesday, Thursday,
the Keystone Comedy, "Dough and Dna
mlte." Others to bo announced later.
CENTRAL The first weok of tho reopening
of the Central Theatre 4th and Market
streets, has been successtul and presage a
bright future for this photoplay house. The
International Ladles' Orcheatia la proving a
Pavlowa's Two Programs
On her return to Philadelphia today,
Anna Tavlowa honors us with both a
matinee and an evening performance. At
the Metropolitan Opera House this aft
ernoon, the Russian dancer's program
will Include a repetition of "Die Puppen
Fee," which she has already given here,
and a new arrangement of dancers set to
the muslo of Chopin. In the evening the
bill will bo wholly new to Philadelphia:
"Walpurgis Night," a ballet based on
Gounod's music, for the scene never In
cluded In operatlo performances of his
"Faust" and "Flora's Awakening" dl
vertlsement EXPOSITION COMMISSION
MAY ASK MORE FUNDS
200,000 Appropriated for Panama
Display Believed Inadequate.
The question whether the appropriation
of $200,000 for the unction and mainte
nance of the Pennsylvania Dulldlng at
the Panama-Pacific Exposition Is suffi
cient will be taken up at a meeting of the
Exposition Commission and Governor
Brumbaugh the latter part of next week.
It will then be decided whether additional
funds, enough to cSnduct the enterprise
in a manner befitting the Keystone State,
ought not to be appropriated,
"The new Governor, by virtue of his
office," eatd ex-State Senator Ernest L.
Tustln, a member of the commission, "be
comes president of toe commission, and
I cannot say what will be done In the
matter until after a conference with him.
"However, despite the fact that New
York appropriated J7W.0OO and Ohio 00,
000, the Pennsylvania Building was de
clared toy tho American Institute of Archi
tects to be the most artlstlo and the most
complete of any out there. Twenty-dve
thousand or 30,000 more, at least, Is nec
essary If things are to be run even fru
gally at ths Pennsylvania Building at
OXTJB TO GIVE SHAW COMEDY
Play and Players Entertainment
Proceeds to Go to Hospital Pund.
A play and dance for the benefit of the
Providence General Hospital will be held
on Tuesday evening, February 9, at the
Bellevue-Stratford by the Play and Play
era" Club. The club will present George
Bernard ShaWs "The Doctor's pilemma."
The soliciting patronesses are Mrs. Ru
dolph Ulankenburg. Mrs. Charlemagne
Tower. Mrs. Cornelius Stevenson, Mrs,
George Qulntard JlorwlU, Mrs. George
"Woodward, Miss Mary Converse, Mrs.
Robert K. Cassatt. Mrs. John Pearnley,
Mrs. Edward K. Dennlston, Mrs, Edward
Drowning, Mrs. Robert Hey, Mrs. Samuel
I'anceaat Kenwouhy, Sirs James Large,
Mr James Potter, Mrs. Jones Wtswr,
itrav Cuavon Bogcr WeoduO,
The shock of swift contrasts was not
necessary to make the concert of the
Philadelphia Orchestra Interesting yester
day, but It helped to make the afternoon
exciting and to glvo a new lesson In
nrtlstlo Judgment. Primarily the concert
was given over to Haydn and Mozart
To set off the latter, which was for Mr.
Qabrllowltsch to play, was the grandiose
Weber concert piece, also for him, and
to stand a million miles from Mozart Mr,
Btokowskl choose to conduct Strauss'
Tho bright Bhlnlng losson and tho won
der of Mr. Qabrllowltsch's playing was
that when he 'nad played tho Mozart con
certo, dainty and delicate and quietly un
lmpDssioned, and ptayod It as It should
havo been played, It seemed Impossible
that ho should play through the bravado
and the theatrical splendor of tho Weber,
And, ultimately, when he had played tho
Weber, one wondered whether It was
oven Tie who hnd dono tho Mozart but
10 minutes before. The pianist lias
achieved a vast reputation as a virtuoso,
which Is not, of course so disastrous a
thing. Yesterday he Bwung through tho
broad, crashtng chords of his concert
piece with a Mno perfection of technique
Uut It was when ho played Mozart, with
an artificiality which was not mannered,
a grnca w'nlch was not feminine, and a
precision which was not studied, that
ho Justified himself as a pianist. Nuances
of tone were not mnny In Weber: depth
of feeling would have been out of place
In either piece. In the Wober theto wero
momentB of martial passion nnd fine
swing, to which tho artist brought a sat
isfactory senso of rhythm. In Mozart
there were soft tones and pontics cadences.
All wore exquisitely dono.
Mr. Stokowskl's own contrasts were
not behind this. Tho Haydn symphony,
tenderly vacant "if meaning, charming
nnd cheerful and even bland, ho led
with oaso and grace. His orchestra, fall
ing to reprint the miracle of last Friday's
"Tnsso," still hnd a fulness of tone, and
the menuetto (mllltalre in the prevail
ing fashion) was spiritedly played. It
scemi never dlfllcult for tho strings, and
In lesser measure for the other choirs of
tho orchestra, to acqulro spirit It should
be as easy for them to attain satisfac
tory tone without bravura, to be gentle
and yot strong.
Tho Incoherences of the "Till Eulen
splegel" were remarkablo, and tho pres
ent writer finds It dlfllcult (against the
testimony of provious hearings) to as
cribe them to the text The rondo was
nB a straight clear pungent breath of
modernity after all that preceded. Uut
It has moro cogency than Mr. Stokowskl
put Into It until tho flnalo. Hero, to be
Just, tho fervor and the strength wero
not clouded nor tho meaning dissipated.
Tho last few minutes of tho playing
seemed almost to Justify tho whole.
"The Musical Glasses"
Moro extensive notices will appear when
timely for each of the events hero sched
uled. Tho uncritical calendar which fol
lows Is Intondcd merely as a guide for
tho musically perplezcd.
MONDAY, January 25 Dr. S II. Llpsehutt,
baritone, in a concert. At Griffith Hall. 8:15
TUESDAY, January 20-MouaaorBaky'B tre
mondous opera of Russia. "Boris Godunoff."
at the Metropolitan, with Dldur, Delaunola,
Duchene, Rothler, Segurola, Obor. Mattfeld
and Lelas In tho coat. The last chance for
Philadelphia to redeem itself from opcrntlo
WEDNESDAY, January 27 Fourth concert for
young people at the Llttlo Theatre. An
elaborate program Indicating the development
uf orchestral. Instruments, 3 p. m.
The nchrerhi Opera Club In "The Maglo
(l ronounced Cor-tlz-oh)
Ot'lt DANCING CLASSES AND
CLUBS forming now which will
run during Lent. Do you care to
have an evening re.erved? Form
a club of four or more couples.
Wo can make you Interesting
rates. New claasea now forming.
Private leasons all hours. Ask
your friends. "What Is the reputation of
THE COltTISSOZ SCHOOL
lrt?Q riientnnt St. Halter Bids,
Chaperon In Attendance
FIRST FLOOR. .131 S. nnOAD ST
KnlruiKO 173U N. Broad Street.
Adults' Class Moil. Tum.. Thnra.
x-rivaie wessons uay or uv. Phone Dla. K.IH
Scholars' "nd"n Contest T?mor-Mn-
USUAL CLASS TUES. EVENING 8-11
$ One-Step Contest
SCHOLARS' SPEC. DANCE THUR8. EVG.
Clover Country Club Dance, Friday Eve.
omagra Continuous Dance
Studios and teachers come and go, but like
Tennyson's "Brook," 111 1 wood Carpenter's
method goes on and on.
Always modern, always perfect,
The C. ELLWOOD CARPENTER
SCHOOLS OF MODERN DANCINO
1123 Chestnut Street
PLAYTON dlRARD AVE. BELOW
OLAi I - 1 TENTH STREET
Wednesday and Saturday Evgs.
Band & Orchestras (Continuous)
The School of Real Dancing
MCELROY'S TIOGA ACADEMY
4416 Germantown Ave.
THE DANSE STUDIO
S3 S. C2d St.. Parle 111 dr. Relmont STTO.
FHILU' A. ModOUCm
LAWRENCE n academy
T Broad & Porter Sts.
Scholars' Clsss Tuesday and Thursday Evil.
Receptions Monday and Saturday Evenlnys.
J?ecoffnUerIi7omeo Standardized iIod.Zance
Special llornlnc Rates, 10 A. M. to 1 P. M.
0 LESSON8 FOR IS! BTMCTLy PHIVATH
cnuaren-a trancy wancing
1 OPPR'? NIXON THEATRE BLDO.
L.-IGOUl O e2D ABoVB CHESTNUT
'..Spccial Tonight ""T
MN.oHTy Moonlight Dance gg
M ARTEL'S 17to North Broad
ALL THE MODERN D4.NCE8
PRIVATE LESSONS ANT HOUR BY
APPOINTMENT r '
THE LAST WORD IN I A R V I $
UALI.ltOOM DANCINO J I V I p
leu CHESTNUT Phone, Locust SMS.
"DUUtvtlvi Snvtet to a DltcHminatina
FRED. W. SUTOR J
MAITItE DB DANSH
1J WALNUT ST SPHUCB 4SSS
PARK AND SUSQUEHANNA A.VENUE3
Saturday, Old it New Dances. New Orchestra.
WROB KEITH'S THEATRE BALLROOM
New Children's Class. Saturday, 11 A. II
Ballroom can be rented. private lessons.
Special Dajco Saturday clfht. CId street.
Modern Dances The CORTI8302 School.
IW Cheatnut St. Phcaw. Locust 1183.
J J Tina's Studio o( Dancing SOMW Dauphin st
Lateat yaoea taught class or prl. Pla. S69T
Miss Rose Brsdy, tJuher of modern di,Qbijr.
SrL A daa. fitullohj f. Qlnsi. fcf. HA,
Flute" nnA "Die Puppenfes" as a ballet dU
vertlssement, 8 p. m., at the Academy,
, An orn recital by Mr. Will C. Maofar
lan. with Mr. John F, Uraun, eoiolst, at
Lyndon, Wrncote, ra., for the benefit of
the Settlement Musical School 8:1S p. . .
.The Treble Clef Concert with Frank Olt
tteeon the Philadelphia violinist, as soloist.
At Horticultural Hall, 8:16 p. m.
FRIDAY, January 19 Beethoven, Brahme,
Schumann and Krelsler at the Orchestra's
most noble program of the year, 8 p. m., at
SATURDAY, January Jlo The Orchestra. re
peatlne; the same program, 8:111 p. m.
MISS KEEN TELLS Off IMP
Miss Dora Keen, daughter of Dr. VTi W.
Keen, of this otty, last night told of her
experiences crossing the Harvard Glacier
In Alaska In the flrst of n series of lee
tures at the D rex el Institute. Miss Keen's
explorations won for hor a fellowship In
the lloyal Geographical Society and en
abled a map to be made of Uie mountains
from which the htigo glacier descends.
EPISCOPAZi UUUUCH CENSUS
MIIWAUKEB, "Wis., Jan, 2J.-The ofn
clat directory of tho Episcopal Church,
which has Just come olt tho press, shows
that on April 1, 1D14, thero were CSW
clergymen, 7922 parishes and missions
nnd 1,015,248 communicant of the faith in
Of tho latter, Bt.tZl wero confirmed last
82D AN1 IXHJITBT BTB.
Photoplays of Distinction for Thoee Who
Uear lae ITonderuI Kimball Organ
Matinees ltOO and 8 P. M.
nvenlnirs 0:B0. 8, 0:80
Monday and Tnrddar
ROBERT EDESON ,
In the David Belasco Production
THE GIRL I LEFT
A Stirring- Military Romance.
Wed., Tlinni., l'rl. The Noted Stage Beauty
In the Photoplay Based on Her areateai
A Vivacious Racing Play
Saturday MAX WOMAN
Assisted by Lollta Robertson, in
'TUB UOOSIER SCHOOLMASTER"
Is the ultimate cry of "room for the movie I"
Its magnificence of action surpasses human
Releasing soon late star of Cabtria in a
modern production of great Interest, in
"THE TREASURES OF
OTHER RELEASES TO FOLLOW
1316 Vine Street Filbert 2484
JL.Jp FIFTY-SECOND ABOVE MARKET STREET
PHOTOPLAYS WEEK OF JANUARY 25
MON.. TUES., WED. '
Wm. Farnum in "SAMSON"
Bernstein's Great Social Drama
music vr inn bclmont orchestra
Saturdays, Continuous Show 2 to 11 P. M. Other Days Mats. 2 ;80. Vivgn. 0 :30.to 11 JJ
Coming Week of February 1-0 "THE SPOILERS"
IN THAT WEEK, TIVE SHOWS DAILY 1, 3, B, 7, 0 P. M.
Subject to cnanai.
Manny link and
bel. Graver's Lane
Cayiica St. nnd
S2d fit. and
SEE THE BEST PICTURES AT THE
412 (South Side) MARKET ST.
T TI DI7UOIIfri71M Oermnntown Are,
ULrilHUUrvtlN & Tulpehockfn Bt.
U'm.lrftrnum & Knthryn AVllllam nre feat. In
Hear the Wonderful Orion.
Tuc niriPC Avenue 18th St. and
ItlL K1UUE. Theatre Hldgo Ave.
83d St. nnd
fnv 4-liA rnm ATiinnrlna
different and more exciting than any of the others
of photoplay theatres say that no film In recent years
has created so much interest and controversy as
ZUDORA, The public finds in this film a master pro
can see ZUDORA by asking the manager of your
' favorite theatre to run it. He wants to please you just
as much as you want to be pleased.
impossible to forget the name. It sounds like running
water and begins with a big, funny capital Z and ends
with a little insignificant letter a. Say it over to your
self. It is called ZUDORA.
Presented by The Thanhouser Syndicate Corporation
PETER P. GLENN. RepreaentatlTO
902 Filbert St mt
TO DANCE FOR CHARITY
Plana for Monday's Oemirtn-Amt.
can Sail Completed.
Flans for the 29th Cleraian-Amrioa
Charity Ball, which will be held at Use
Academy of Muslo on Monday, have bkxm
completed. Ons of tho entertainment feat
ures will be an Interesting Vocal and In
strumental introductory) which trill be
sung by the male and female members ot
the Maennerchor Society, assisted b the
singers of the Junger Maennerchor and
tho Harmonle and Philadelphia Quartet
The ball will be given for the benefit of
the Citizens' Permahent Relief Commit
tee, tq alleviate the Buffering among the
unemployed of the city,
World. Film Corporation
A MASTER PRODUCTION OF TUB
FAMOUS RACINO PliAY, IN 6 ACTS
World Film Corporation
1814 VINE BTIIKET
THURS . FRI.. SAT.
TIIE OIRt, I LEFT DniUND Mi
David Ilelasco's Stirring Play
A FOOL THERE VWfc5
BLOOD WILL TELL
Colonel of the Red Hussars
Good for Nothinjr XIS"
The Island of Happiness
Mystery of the Poison Pool
International Ladies' Orchestra
formerly with the
BOSTON FADETTES -
PROTEA II Others
SAMSON SfAwy Z,m-
Shadows of the Past Zudora
The flrratest of All Photo Plnrs
THE SPOILERS By Rex Beach
As Presented at the Chestnut fit. Op. noose
tup Tinnpcri Featurlnr
I nc i iuir-jj oit Petrova
Plays Obtained Thru Htnnley Dooklnr Co.'
Tillie's Punctured Romance ct
TREY O'HEARTS Others
THROUGH THE CLOUDS
Under the Gas Light Others
ZUDORA And Others
AT THE LEADING
nf 7.TTnnT? A 'Vhaxr nra tiivht
JX JIame f World's flrratfft
If X Photoplay
1HI v "Times
fv II U II (I AFTS. 1 & 3,
H a K " $o
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