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EVENING IBDOEB-PHILADEtHI FBIDAY, MAY 7; 1915.
I QUESTIONS, AND AN8WER8 ,
Ki . -L.i-.i.u editor of tha Evenlna
H Yi.rWIII b pleated to answer quei
&! rtUllno to hi. .department
flntttlons relating to lamiy aunir. or
t" nd actresses are barred abio-
I"1'1!,.. ...in nn be answered by
. r All letter mint be addressed
bhtwr ,.1.' erfit. Cuxnlnn Ledner.
? uittinn nf neonlo who havo tons
?Lfl nobert Warwick In tho role of
Si mnly hero of tho great Brady-World
& drama, "The Man of tho Hour,"
Srfc tVillAr MarK," "Alias Jimmy voicn
?vand "The Man Who round Itlm-
tin', "' i,.. nri.lnlmpd him nB flip
J.wtiniel and best actor on the motion
SSSt ecwen. now have the melancholy
imfTi les nerecahlo aspect, viz.: that
-mm inspiration of a divorce court scan-
wU6n In Los AiirpIcb, the metropolis
ft the fllm-ploy. ,he ln8t Placo ono wou,a
CrUnl' A .. v.nli-ltnniilflt Innfflu wnilM
K$ For hcaven'knows thcro are plenty
Sf 6d.looklng actora permanently resl
d'nt B ws Angeles, without having to
if HUGHIE MACK
Of the Vitagraph players.
leek these trouble-makers elsewhere.
. Well, anyhow, here's tho story bf Rob-
firt Warwick's sensational perfidy. Tho
WUmOny is mat 01 me uninipeucnarjia
Mr. Thcuerknuf, manager of the Los
JUimles branch of the World Film Cor-
Mration Tho dlvoico suit has actually
been started In Los Angeles, but so far
Im can at present be ascertained Mr.
IWarwIck will not bo required cither to
testify ,or to appear personally.
Kit appears that a Los Angeles woman
01 so crazy over sccinK iur. warwic
la World Film features her admiration
ft him was so great that she had hl3
"photographs liberally displayed In her
louse. Moreover, according to the hus-
Hand, the lady was constants dllatlm;
on ilr. Warwick's boauty of person and
fctitrlonlc necomnllshmonts. This so in-
scensed hubby that no was forced, lor tno
Inks of his own domestic neace and
quietness, to exclude his Infatuated wife
from his bouse and society. Ho turned
her out In fact.
Show, according to Mr Theuerkauf, the
matrimonial row Is being brought out In
the arforco court Meanwhile Itobert
Wirulck was and Is sublimely Ignorant
tot the trouble of which he la the unvvlt-
Kleine to Make "The Battle"
LGeorge Kleine announces that he has
lecurea.tno mm rigius to Cleveland aior
fetts drama. "Tho Battle." work on
which Is already under way In the Kleine
Nw York studios. An all-star Broadway
lent nas oeen engaged. Maturing such
weu-Knonn artists as Frank Sheridan,
Pwl McAllister, Calvin Thomas, Sam
Eeld, Aftne Meredith, Fanla Marlnoff and
Bert Gudgeon The Interesting role of
feWJIv'TeB o" My Heart." with an ex
,' "' IJartley Manrers' popular and
Iff""1!; comedy -of tho lmpetuoua ouni
LQ KLTl snd wnil rIia Ham In n npflalf.
Eojllsh family. FiMt-rata amusement. last
'... S II
in . i a Again.- with Helen ixm
.li. vJ1 American version, via Lngland, of
t, J,nt. Honneur," a French larce by
SfTrt f " . """"cur, a rTencn xarce u
hiZS. r?uK " usual complications maaa
rnoijB-S-"10I5sl.act than In tha others, s.ia
JJ,HEST-"The Lidy In ned." with ValH
PCrtrSlt tar nlnt. Tim.rnl mualn Wll
lilSfc"T?r'Bh.t' the'klKht." wlVh Emmy
In.. . i 2" M?urUe,. Slarkoa and an excellent
i,7V..i fv j ,1J"'sniiui, rennea ana iresn as
W entllili daisy. , 8 IB
Kp"n'-",Arcy of the Ouards," with Will-
is-. R'twii anu ins nnw atTrvir rnmnanv.
'ffiT i.'bSS JBI?,tman Uroma " Colonial
uJ K.?,'"Il0Jfnla, the opening bill for the
venture ot a resident company. . 8.15
;!! ST??1" Spring- Fashion Bhowt Jlutl
ftil KXaL1-; ,u0,e' I? La J'etlte Revuotte"!
lb -S? fflu Ja.ltJ Dovereaux and company,
l-TsSfi?" 0l? Thing"; Mllly Crlppi. tn
v'W'BU Newi'MovUa. ""u """"" ""u
!Ktn,.i.l'lh?.Sorority airls": Cat
aufcrl. S.ic,h!-9'rl S the Oallerlnt 1W
. Soemnt nlB and company, In 'The
Mail! pfwu1 .,ai1,b,n movies.
' SffM Alberta Moore and Myrtle
WuSn p.iV. uo.ra2.1 Bm Charles White.
PlTopSneafW1 Chrl" Cba,"n ln "A
WKijSkw'SV." ll.!'istre' l "The Bid
Mlil S5.y44ln.". With tons of dlaminda.
tisivj"' wy bCOUts ln Camn
SrfSpliii. ?f,.l215 In.' Oh. Blush," and
1!(W."" or All Souse."
rriihRi Si '!?llla. of Pleasure" In
gwrtt," " "roaawar and "The Hotel
PL. B B D A I T. Y
IPD17CC MAIN ST.
Micu,S r MILLIONS
pSHING TOE SCANDAL
!HV J iriirlloT aCIIEKT and
If t eV4 ri"UJP8 6MAIXSV la
; Kinqa AVv. dauphin st!
Hy.y.H la "A JItn Kln..m
cAHunEQy THE LOZXitTS
KtIJ,!'.,A9TON" AND AULE
Wftfar, Pehlnd the Door ilfrf.
J6hn J Maggtcton has berf placed In the
competent .hands of Mr Sheridan, Morah,
tho h&lf'dementcd, poverty stricken bid
man of the Cast Side tenements, will be
played by Taut McAllister, Philip Ames,
S.y'ifa,Iln Thoma. nnd Gentle, by sam
IU ! d The stronjr dramatic work which
mils to the lot of Jenny Moran will be
handled by Tanla Marlnoff, while Anno
Meredith and Bert Dudgeon will play the
roles of Margaret Lawrence and Joo re
spectively. Ade Pnta Ills Own Back
George Ado In a letter to Essanay makes
the following statement In regard to the
production ot "The 811m Prlncesi"!
tv, ,.. ,. Maxell m Farm, Brook, Ind.
Tn.1!ri.,,nY r,lm "r""f teturlnp Co-npiny.
22$. T ' ?nd,KKrPtlan regions, which stand un
?iLae.' -I'tt.ft"n Europe and Asia At that
iJ,,iJI5C.-1nst.noi,,.ln. In VmerlM was try
ins to compress herself Into a slender nguro.
mV,' Ll'VJfl !hat !" the Mohammedari of ent
iiifu.'ijrd 'oT5' maiden was still the ae.
Knnnledteil tpe or licanty I wondered If
52.1. i!inTu7,rJi,rhJ. 0,mF ,hln- wb" as not
?.T,y. ,mCMIIMo. b".1 do nrVg it hideous, accord
ing tn the standards of her r,wn counlrj, might
not escape to tho new worn and find h. rself
trinst'rmed Into a rnilng kuctcss
In order to rroe thit female locllness Is
rhateer wo chooro.to sdmlre, I wrote a to
fSJi.ih?,i.slH?d.1 nv.c lln rc,t nd """S I It
"The 8llm Princess " Ijiicr I amplified tho
fior.11'1 W 'f,."1"5 n llllo '"ok PuVllshed by
the Doubi'Merrlll Company Then Henry Ulo-
?.mt L1?id0 oV" !)O0k Jnt.'! R Pls' n"l music
by I-esllj Sturat, and Hlslo tanls starred In
th plnj for tno reasons To pro Iho abound
ing vitality of the Princess I must say that
she seems litellcr than ever in tho phtures
--v k. .tln tit, nun HYVT 111
just made h the rlssannv cnmpan
nouso as Kalora, and I doubt If jour company
...... c.v. iuincu uui cieaner nna iruer specr
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...v... u. .,iiiuj4ruiiiix. i nm writing xo tnanx
i,nll ,t0T lfllng. me see tho pictures nnd to
thank u for hating ouch dand pictures for
SUncd) otouon ADC
Itecvcs' Screen Debut
Bllllo Beecs, tho English comedian,
pantomlmlst nnd acrobat, the man who
set the world laughing as tho drunk In
"A Night In an English Music Hall," will
make his dobut as n screen performer and
Lubtn star on May 15 when he will ap
pear In a screamingly funny comedy
called "The Substitute "
Bcovcs, Wito has an International repu
tation ns a funster, was rccontlj engaged
at a large Balnry by tho Lubln Compun,
together with his onn company of
comedians, and pnrh Kntnrrlnv. hnHnnltit?
with "Tho Substitute," Hcecs will bo
featured In n comedy, nnd the Lubln
Compnn It making ecry effort to mnko
these Saturday releases tho strongest and
funniest of c'omtdlei "The Clubman"
will bo released Mny 22; "Out for a
Stroll" on May 29, and so on
Answers to Correspondents
ADRLi: Murdock MacQuarrlo was the old
gentleman nnd Mother Uensun the. mother In
The roundllngs of Time " .
ETHEL Itosemarr Theby In "Tho DouMo
L fo." Alice Holllster In The Show-girls
Glovo" (Kalem) Dnld Markej was Leone In
'Not of the Hock" (Domino) Webster Camp
bell was Mr Sm-irt in tho same Katherlno
Home was Clgarct In "Under Two Hags '
F At' rranklln nitehlc was tho husband.
Loulso Vale tho wife nnd Oeorge Morgan the
lead In 'The Man of tho Iist."
HYACINTH leorge Morgan In tho Illo
graph Edward Earle was Tom In 'The
Ollded Kldd ' (Edison) Llla Chester was
Susan In 'Tho Million-Dollar Olysterj."
FULLER Winona Winters wns Sally, and
Pauline Neff wes Clemlntlna In "Man from
Atexlco' (rnmoua Plncrs) Kllzabeth Dur
brldgo was Elsie, Arthur Mead was Dick tn
'The race on tho Celling"
EDITH All of the Hazards of Helen" pic
tures arc taken In Cnllfornla, Victor Souther
land wns the king ln 'The Danctr an I the
Last night tho Philomnthean Socletj
of the University of Pennsylvania relved
once more Dekkers good old comedy,
"Tho Shoemaker's Holiday." A noel
nnd pleasing feature of the performance
at the Little Theatre was tho abandon
ment of tho ordlnarj scenery, which to
day mars so manj college productions by
Us Insufficiency, nnd tho adoption of the
Elizabethan methods of sign boards ami
Among those In the cast were Alfred
Baker Lewis, Park B Turner, Arnol 1
Belcher, Ernest r Hnusser, E. Italph
Chejney, Elwood L Haines. Charles C.
Butterworth. Ralph E Cleland, Erl B.
"Walton, Robert E. Splller, N It C Fretz,
A. W Kolb, Edgar M Luttgcn, Nathan
P. Arnold, Itobcit A Anlson, W H.
Reeves, D. R Jones and Franklin Atless.
There will be other performances this
evening and tomoriow evening
Valli ValH at the Globe
Vail! ValH and many members of "Tho
Lady In Red" company were guests of
the management of tho Globe Thentre
jesterday afternoon, where the actress
appears ln a movie version of "The High
Road." This Is the first time she haa
been ablo to see herself as others see
CHESTER COUNTY'S MANY BEAUTIES DELIGHT
ON SECOND "VACATION-ETTE" TO COATESVILLE
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Thousands of men, women and children in Philadelphia arc denied an opportunity to net away from the heat
and dirt of tho city during the summer. Few cities in the East are more advantageously situated for short, reftesh
xng, economical trips to the country than is Philadelphia, and it ts in consideration of these livo facts that the EVE
NINO Ledger has decided to give to its readers each week the outline of a "lacation-ettc."
Representatives of the Evening Ledger take these trips personally in advance, with an eye to determine the
exact cost for fares and meals, and the points of recreation, scenic value and historic interest. Rcalizinq that the
expense attached to these jaunts is an important consideration with those who arc unable to go to the shore or tho
mountains, this detail is given in exact figures.
Many owners of automobiles also are kept at home during part of tho summer, and for their convenience tho
automobile routes through the same territory are considered along with the trolley trips. A map of both auto and
trolley routes, with points of particular interest, accompanies each story. The description of the ''vacation-cttes"
appears on Fridays. Cut out the stories and the maps and when you are ready to take a short trip you may find
them of interest and assistance. This is the second trip.
"Vacatlon-ettlng" la a rnro treat This
week's trip, tho second, wns tho most
enjoyable that tho Evenino LKDann path
finders had taken In jcars. Wo went to
Coateslllo through beautiful Chester
County, stopping at West Chester and
Downlngtown For soxcral miles wo fol
lowed the East Brnnch of tho Brandy
In that GC-mlle ride p found a splendid
Justification of our belief In trolley rid
ing Into the country as a resplto from
heat and dirt. With tho mercury play
ing tag with the top of the thermometer
wo were cool and comfortable while rid
ing ln the cars nnd not uncomfortably
wnrm ns we rambled through the fields
and woods near the car track.
Even at this comparatively early dnte
soeial women and children, immlstak
ablj brandtd with the city mark, were
availing themselves of tho glories of the
country And the Joy which lighted their
fnces wns a wonderful Bightl In some
wajs this vacatlon-etto is fnr more de
sirable than tho previous one for fam
ilies with children, because the distances
nro shoit nnd tho places to stop oft much
The AVUmlngton-Kennett Squnre-Avon-dalo
trip Is tiresome or uninteresting, but
tho rldo to Coatesvlllo and return Is 66
miles, whereas the other Is 110
Franklv, It did seem, however, that all
tho beauty and attractiveness which wcro
spread over tho greater distance the week
before were compressed Into tho thi co
score miles. The rolling countrv between
this city and Coatesvllle unfolded Itself
In ever-changing varl-colored pictures.
HonJsomp residences vied with pink nnd
white orchard or green fields for atten
tion, and these. In turn, gave way to the
call of a suddenlv opened, wide-spreading
vista, or the delights of a winding val
lev. Our trip was made at a traveling ex.
rcnse of $1 !0 each Tho faro from tho
On Otsego Lake, Cooperstown, N. Y.
OV, Hours by Hall from New York City.
GOI.I June IS to October 1st MOlOltlNQ
TKNNIS Booking Oftlces HOATIM1
The Dakota. 1 West 72d St. New York.
nnOWVS.MILLS-lN-THK-I'LNES, N. J.
"THE INN" Open All Year
Five thousand acres pines, lakes, springs.
Favorite Week-end and tourist resort. Famous
southern cooking New management.
I. L. 4 M. 8. HUODERS
I'E UN HOCK. 1'A.
Terminal: now open
1 miles from Heading
ATLAMIO CITY. N. J.
Leadlnr High-Class Moderate-nate Hotel.
A I BFMARI P Virginia av nr Bch. Cap
rv.lucmrtjv.uc OT0 steam heat, elevator.
sun parlors, private baths, etc.; excel, table.
tlO up wktv 42 up dally Oklt. J. P. COPB
63th street terminal to West CheBtcr Is
30 cents each waj From West Chester
to Downlngtown Is another 16 cents and
from thoro to Coatesvlllo 10 cents more.
From West Chester the ride to Kenuott
Square ts as beautiful nnd Interesting as
that to Coatesvllle This rldo Is 30 cents
each way and may prove even more en
tertaining to some thnn the trip we took
Good menls, at n reasonable price, may
bo had all along tho route At West
Chester all hotels servo excellent table
d'hote menls for M cents The hotels In
Downlngtown also servo meals at the
same price In Coatesvllle the tourist
had tho choice of four hotels Jn tho
centre of tho cltv, whero he will uo cor
Before starting on tho main trip wo
took a little sldo run to Mcdln, passing
through Drexel Hill The country hero
Is delightful, too, and affords manv places
to loaf nnd roam unmolested The Aron
Imlnk Countrj Club, ono of the finest
about Philadelphia, Is an Imposing sight,
surrounded by Its splendid golf links.
Darby Creek and Crum Creek aro both
crossed and provide excellent places for
little children to paddle or bathe In
Thoro Is ample opportunity for boat
ing on tho Darby Creek, too The chief
feature on this trip Is tho number of
beautiful residences passed Tho dlstanco
Is eight nnd a half miles nnd the faro only
10 cents In each dlicctlon Tho time Is
CO minutes for tho round trip
LLANERCH AND BEYOND.
As soon ns wc pulled out o,f tho COth
street terminal In tno comfortable car of
the Philadelphia and West Chester Trac
tion Ctmpany, wo went up a long, steep
hill on the West Chester pike to Llan
crch Tho first thing that attracted at
tention was tho presence of old toll gates
along tho road West Chester Pike Is ono
of tho fow roads In the countrj whero
tolls are still collected Every little whllo
wo passed a "coop" projecting from some
farm house along the road, with a pay-ns-
oil-enter notice, under which Is a
vvnrnlng of nil tho bad things that will
happen to the automoblllst who passes
without ptjlng his fnre or showing his
ticket It was not long before wc be
came accustomed to this sight.
Shortlj after leaving Llancrch our at
tention was attracted by the line grounds
surrounding the Bon Air Country Club.
Hundreds of men and women were wal
loping tho life out of the Inoffensive llt
tlo white ball, apparently finding tho
golf links cspcclall Interesting because
of the fine condition ln which the) arc
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. ,1.
- ii kiTimu ' nrfl.t iiniiii mi i lvh u'l
THI LEEDS COMPANY
ON THE BEACH
kept Only a short distance farther1 wet
found our first family out on a vaca
tlonette, From Manoa, Just beyond the Bon Air
Country Club, wa reached Eagle The)
aviation grounds of tho Aero Club of
Pennsylvania are situated hew Tho
next stop was Darby Creek, and tho cool
water running over the stones wru so
Inviting wo could not resist the tempta
tion to get off and follow the brook for a
short distance. It Is an Ideal spot for
families wltn children, on the ono hand,
and also for thoso who like tho solitary
Intimacy of a brooksldc. It Is tut anotner
short ride to Broomatl Drove. The country
is more In the naturo of farmland nnd
fields here, and there In less woodland
than at Darby Creek. The fare to this
point Is only 10 cents,
UP HILL AND DOWN DALE.
Until this time we had run along on
fairly level ground, but at a fair height.
But tho character of tho country took on
an altogether different nspect as we
turned aoulhwnrd after leaving Nowtown
Square Wo seemed to be traveling on a
glorlllcd scenic railway, up one side of a
hill, down nnothor, around-ii sharp curve
and then suddenly along a level stretch
commanding a vlewof miles around. At
other times wo wero running along the
floor of a vnlley
A few miles bejond Nowtown Square Is
CaBtlc Rock This Is an undeveloped park
owned by the Philadelphia nnd West
Chester Traction Company and' gets Its
name from a largo lock which projects
60 feet Into tho air from tho top of a
hill The entire country about Is In virgin
condition, for no effort has been' mndo
to create a recreation centre or residen
tial section out of it. It Is too beautiful
as It stands Tho faro to Castlo lloch
Is 20 cents
Before going further and In this con
nection It may bo vvoll to remark that
)hero aro a quantity of good springs with
fresh, crystal water throughout the en
tire section covered ln this vacatlon
etto Crum Creek Is tho small stream
seen between Nowtown Square and West
Edgcmont Is soon passed After leaving
this station a fine view la had of miles
of forest-covered IiIIIb. From tho top
of the hill whero wo had this view tho
car makes a deep dip Into a beautiful
valloy. IJcforo reaching Street road wo
saw ono of tho best-kept farms In this sec
tion of the country. It Is a 1000-ucro tract
owned by Doctor Ashton and known ns the
Delchester Tanns It Is a model ot mod
ern scientific farm management. Some
paper mills aro situated to tho west of
Street road The only other point of In
terest between hero and West Chester
Is tho County Fair Grounds
There Is really little to be described in
the ride beyond West Chester The tow
try Is Increasingly mote beaujttul. Tha
land Is of better flplf, nnd belnr in the
basin ot a large cre'ek Is even more? truiU
nble for farming fian what wo had al
ready seen. Farming' 1 carried on on aa
extensive scalo through herei
-Alton, Sugar's Bridge and Harmony
Hill nra thrf points of principal Interest
before reaching Downlngtown It la rn6re
dim cult In this section td indicate place
of particular beautyt for tho landscape Is
a succession of glorious views. A
Downlngtown the car travels along thet
main road to Coatesvllle Between West
Chester and Downlngtown the West
Chester Street Hallway Company has a
private right of way. .
Cars leave tho 69th street terminal for
West Chester every half hour, Saturdays
and Sundays extra cars' are placed In
service every IB minutes If travel Is heavy
enough. Trom West Chester cars go to
Coatesvllle every hour at 10 minutes be
fore the hour, but on pleasant Saturday
and Sundays from tho middle of Juno to
the first ot September additional trips
leavo West Chester at 20 minutes past the
hour. Tho time Is 1 hour and 12 minutes
to West Choster, 35 minutes to Downlng
town and another 22 to Coatesvllle. Regu
lar cars leavo West Chester for Konnett
Square on tho hour, with extra cars on
tho half hour during the season. The
time Is 60 minutes.
Two ronds nro open for thoiautolet leav
ing Philadelphia. Ho may go out Lan
caster avenuo to tho Philadelphia nnd
Lancaster turnpike direct to Coatesvllle,
or ho may follow tho Wrest Choster pike
to Newtown Centre, tlientturn to the right
to Pnoll, striking the Lancaster pike
there. Another way Is along tho West
Chester plko to West Chester, and then
to Whltford and down to Coatesvllle, but
the road after Newtown Centre Is not as
good 08 tho others Indicated. Tho auto
mobile routo to Kcnnett Square from
West Chester Is excellent.
Arriving at West Chester, turn to the left
to the Downlngtown trolley About miles
from Wset Chester, near Valley Creek, on
road running north, then northeast, thern
Is an BS.ncro farm with a 10-room stono
house, largo open fireplaces, rannlng vvnter,
stone and frame barn, all outbuildings, good
orchard, fine stream through the property
Ever) thing In good condition Tho crops
could be purchased, prlio Is only JS',00.
H. B. McCOLLUM
1111 Mnlnut St., l'lillnilelpliln
"DON'T FOHUnr THE MJ.VIUKn."
The Renl Estate Agent for
Farms, Suburban and Town
When in West Chester see him.
21 W. Market fit., West Chester, To.
Hell and Kc stone Phones.
I). M.JIAIIT1N, Proprietor.
"" Q' p " ii Pp i$
BEAUTIFUL SUBURBAN RESIDENCE FOR SALE
351 N. OWEN AVE., LANSDOWNE
This property consists of a stone nnd WHITi; STUCCO ItKSIDKNCH situated
on high ground one mlniito to trolley to fiuth bt. Terminal, or 0 minutes to City
Hall fare 10 cents and has II! rooms, all modern conveniences. The house Is
heated by hot water and lighted by electricity Abundance of fruit, fine lawns and
This house was designed and built by the owner (a builder) for his own home,
and Is well built and complete ln every detail, and Is offered for sale at a price that
Is far below actual value.
Would make a good Investment as well as an Ideal home
OWNER. 3S1 NORTH OWEN AVENUE. LANSDOWNE. PA.
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your summer entertainment
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