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TnE WASHINGTON TIDIES, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1912.
Three-Act Drama of the
, Slums Presented by Marga
j ret Illington and Company.
' "Kindling," n Ihreonct drama from
cut of tlio depths of the slums, la ollu
fit the must ett Mhe human documents
'tlio American singe has offered In ro
cent years. It Is polguunt, telling, us
direct In Its realism ns an arrow in
!lr. Zola could liuvi- mitten It. r Oals
worthy, liul It was u ouiir and liltlier
to unknown iilaj wilnlit from 3un
I'ranclsco, Chailes Km) on, who cre
dited It. The pluy sas pieseutcd I))'
MurKiuet lllluutiin and her competent
Jcompany at the Ucluscii Theater last
Drali and sodden as the piny Is In Its
iMcturc of the sheer trnged) of the
Imorion tenement, with Its harvest of
disease, broken Iltcs, stunted morula,
lit reaches spiritual lielslits through tlio
.forceful message rinsing through It and
tho udinluhly restrained manner of Its
'acting. There Is no bunal melodrama
In "Kindling," nlthough many of Its
t-ltuatluns would have tempted the
common or garden vailety of drama
tist to reel III platitudes and preach
ments. The real heauty of the piece Is
Iih simplicity and sincerity. It has
neither the technical Intricacy of a
l'lneio play nor the forceful "punch"
if a Ihigeno Walter composition. It Is
n dlicct, and cen nale, transcript of
To Live and Give Life.
The right to life and to give llfe-thls
Is a themo worthy of the best tradi
tions of tlio stage. It li a simple socio
logical theorem which would not uo
tiucstluncd as an abstraction, and yet
cftcn Is In real life. What right has a
Ipovcrty-strlclten couple of the slums to
bring a child Into the world, certain to
he blighted by the deadly tenement?
rl'hht Is the question which wracks tho
tnlnd of Maggie Schultz and which she
answers In her own way. Kvery In
fctlnct in her nature tells her she tins a
Sight to motherhood, despite the warn
ings of her husband, her friends, and
She cominonlv accepted teachings of the
sociologist. To win for herself what
sho has n right to usk from Ilfc-not
'"comfort or lino feathers," she bqjs,
W Just food and warmth and shelter
the steals, und In the stealing all but
LnM tim ivnimi hnrcest of her act
'.'... .... '.w.i..S...l.. I.lutiri " nil
fl irip lip lO Uiutivnmo .,....,
New York knows It.
Such a story nas true mrue wrauii,
n its stnrk and naked realism It Is far
.. . i rnM ttw. rutin,- Influences 01
:he Amerlcun stage, such aa tho hlgh.y
tousneu ariinces ui ir...atu.
Miss Illington Stars.
Mls Illington, to whose Initiative the
(plav owes Its production, Is to be con
fciatulatcd. She acta brilliantly the role
Ef JlaKgle Sihultz. neer onco ctepplng
put of her charucter to make u brut urn
elfeit common to the iMit guild of
tinotional acti esses, and plalng with
it he dliect and sure touch of one who
jknen- exuetly what she wuh doing It
Is rttsllv tho achievement of her career
and points the wu) to ftituie trlumiilis.
lActirsscs with the couiuge to piodiao
tneh a play as "Kindling. ' and with
self-abnegation suftlelint to bury their
ieronalltles in such a drub and color
less rolo as Maggie, are all too rare
The company Is adequate, compilslng
ns It does mlv ten mcmbeis. Malcolm
(Duncan contributes a lld bit of ehnr
Ticti r netlng In that of tho Wast Side
.i! suite Steve Unlet. Th i l th mo-it
authentic picture of tho typical flowery
"tough" that has been seen across tho
footlights In some )c.irs. Uyron Ileaj
ley Is forceful and clenn-cut In his en
actment of Hclnrlch Schultz, and Ida
Lewis contributes an amusing portrait
In Mrs. Dates and Itobert Tnber Is ef
fective ns Dr. Taylor. The balance of
the players lravc little to bo desired.
There are Inconsistencies In "Kind
ling," of course, In tho matter of closs
and water-tight construction, but Its
jarncstnesg and sincerity have a sweep
and effect which dwitrf ull other Im
pressions. It deserves tho patronago of
Ihoso who hope to sec tho playhouse
mora closely alllt-d to life than It Is at
present, and who believe the stago
should deal with facts and not with
Wllh plenty of pretty girls, bright
music, and, best of nil, two now char
acters that nro really funny, "Mutt and
Jeff" arrived last night at the Academy,
and started a laugh that should con
tinue throughout tho entire week. Un
like most of tho characters whose name
Is taken from the newspapers, both
Mutt and Jeff rescmblo IJud Klshci's
creations In appearance, pose, and con
versation. The program gives the name
pf Kisher as one of the librettists, and
his hand Is evident In many of the
poses atsume'd by the two grotesque
The play Is of the usual musical com
edy variety, with Just enough plot to
rurrv the lyrics, hut tho pranks of Mutl
and hi diminutive companion appear to
lit Into the settings better than tho
usual funny man docs In such presenta
tions. Those who havo enjoyed the
cartoons will nut be dlsgappolntcd at
the stage production of Mult and Jeff.
Richard r. Freeman takes the part of
Mutt, with Louis M. Merkcl as Little
There Is nothing distinctive about the
other chaiuctcrs. Miss Dorothy Stone
was entertaining m several pretty
songs, and Miss Augusta Lang won the
audience at onco with her chaimlng
personality as daughter of the president
of Nlckadorla. Some pretty and unusu
ally effective dancing was done by .Miss
Flora Ilussell. The old-tlms "comic
woman" appeared for the first tlmo In
J earn with being presented by Miss
Cecllo Cummlngs. Of especial note is
the song "I Love You," hy Walter
Ilrowcr, Miss Lang, and chorus.
The .stage settings were unusually
pretty, that of tho good ship Insurgent
provoking applause. The orchestra at
tho theater has been enlarged for the
There were few local lilts, but ono
referring to tho Dull Moose candidate
showed something of tho popularity of
the Progressive candidate.
One of the best companies of the sea
son, "The Ginger dlrls." Is appearing
at the Oayetv this week. The program
given by this organization Is u varied
combination of fun, music, and beauty,
und in the two burlesques some of the
best-known performers on the burlesquo
circuit figure. The comedy work of L'd.
Lee Wrothe, as Janitor Hlgglns, was
the, feature of the show, and upon his
effoitn depended the success of the per
formance. He wus ably assisted by
Frank Wiikillild, Hurry 1. Nelson, Joo
llucklcy, and (lu Itoeber. Margie Aus
tin und Mubcl lllnke lead u large und
attractive, chorus In many popular
The hurlesquo Is In two acts, the
opening number being "Hlgglns at the
1 luces," while "Hlgglns In Alaska" Is
the title of the closing number. Tho
chorus Is not only well drilled, but each
member aids materially In making the
performance a success from start to
llnlsh. The stage settings nnd costum
ing are among the best seen at tho
(Saetv tl.ls season, and two capacity
audiences yeslerdiv gave unqualified
upprovnl ot another Hurtlg show
Tonight h cabaret show ufler the
tegulni performance will he a feature
for election night, a number of hlgh
i lass acts In Ing promised
A. H. Woods Production of
"Gypsy Love" Well
plays tho part, but It Is sn well done
that ono Is Inclined to think personali
ties may huvo been merged. She sings
nnd acta with grace and variety, pre
set vlng tne. dignity of her station nnd
yet abandoning herself to the tradition
al freedom of gypsy conduct without
overdoing the part.
Opera Well Staged.
The musical play Is well staged. This
part of tho production. In the hands of
A. It. Wood, adds much to tho pleas
ant success. Arthur Albro, a tenor
with much finer volco than perception
ot dramatic requirements, plays oppo
s'to Miss Partington, Leola Lucy ap
peared to advantage, her personality
and voice, a mezzo-soprano, both pleas
ing. Phil Drnnson played with llnlsh
nnd danced with grace, while Mona
Dpmnond, Ilcrry llermsen and Hay
noi.d Crano made much of the small
I arts accorded them.
And now "Tho Melody of Love." It Is
rno of those songs sold separately at
the music stores, hummed by voices of
any or no quality In it thousand homes,
whistled on the street In disjointed bars
or phrases, ground out on mechanical
pianos ami spun on dizzy phonographs
In short, a real song hit.
This week's bill at the Cosmos Thea
ter Is. one of the best ever offered at
ON CHASE'S BILL
Lyons and Yosco Given En
thusiastic Welcome by
"Oypsy Love," Frnnz Lchar, Phyllis
Partington, and "Tho Melody of Love"
aro tho names conjured hy the bill at
tho National this week. Here Is music
for tho crowd. In which tho untialncd
muy take keen dcl'ght und tho musi
cian no less satisfaction, In that It Is
at once genuinely good music and of
such entrancing churacter that it murks
" K., ,.fera,no7 'na fmiue'nTmis.,'""! house In tliat all of tho act. are
nomer, comic opera. llcw ' " ashlngton, nnd every act la i
"The Merry Widow" mado Lchiir's good one, and some of them exception
name and most ,of his fortune. The ally so.
Vlenneso composer, vvnu uvea up iu re i A corra0r In n nrison wllh rnnvleta
traditions of Viennese composers, writ- " .,".. "J ." ,p .? ,' ,1 conv,c
lni? songs on menus nnd finding Insp1! a-1 In striped suits In their cells, is the
tloti in me noisu miu uubuu ui .iuum.. umiuu Bi-ciiiu nviiiMK ui ennounus
crowds, has surpassed his first success. I cvo on niackw ell's Island," an entirely
And, us Americans pay for what they novo. ofTerlnir bv Svdnev Denn nnd hi.
like, the houso of Lchar will have moro nov01 onering d ojuney iJean ana his
sumptuous decornt'ons before the pre- company of four men. Tho curtain
dieted long lun ot ci,., nu .. .. .... ciir.....u amnem men favorUegj at the opening performances
"""' '" " '""' ..-'... r..u..,.,.,, Hcrp ndouMcdy 10 most ,ienlon
Text Lacks Originality. ano comical repartee, tnowairtaln fall- stratlvo ever accoidcd an act In that
ti. fnl. la flu.1 of Wlllner and IIlo- lnf on a spotlight picture at the close i theater. loscos excellent voice Is
The taio Is that or f "" " "'" i of sentimental song by Mr. Dean, heard to good advantage in his scntl
dansk), adapted by those wheel norsfs ,rf nrmv crystal, und compnny kept mental numbers, und the harp nccom
of llcht libretto, Harry nnd Itobert f,mr capacity audiences laughing heart-1 panlmests by L)ons were a musical
Smith. Of startling originality In the My ftom the start to the finish of their treat This team never falls to meet
iovt thpn. i none Zorlkn. a Ilou- unusually funny farcc-comcdietto, "A popular favor with Capital audiences,
text there f n0"- '',.,',"' u,,.f' Matrimonial Wager." . Miss Ollvo llilscoe Is it good singer
manlan beauty, s betrothed to I edor. ( ,,HkIeb am, t"OInpftnyi ,.Tho riastlc and artistic d.csser. who adds some
a young man of her own station in lite, comlqucs," furnish entertainment and cluss to the progrum. She makes sev-
Ut.a l.nnnmpa Infill tinted with J07sl. It rimtlHi.ini.nl with Ihlr nlnv mrt,t.1l,,i. CTItl rhflllgeS Of (OStUine.
evnsv musician, and decides to iibundon the Thieo Troubadours, a high-class i Amelia Cairo and 8e)mour Felix are
hUl'if iiiun,.ii, .. nrrA,ino .. u .,.!. twin uti.. M. U vnuthflil nalr nf etiterluinerH who
rriuicls, it pleasing singer of sweet I have a pretentious singing und dancing
songs, exhibits striking costumes of ' act, with elaborato . . costuming and
Chase's cfectlon week bill Is ono that
will probably bo accepted by patrons
of this house as a pleasing one. Just
the kind ono wishes to enjoy when In
search of amusement of the not too
heavy kind. The headlliicra aie fav
orites here, and received tho heartiest
approval of the audience.
Mary Marble and Sim Chip, on their
nnnual visit, como with it new sketch,
which, of course, carries the usual
Marble-Chip atmosphere, Including the
former's bewitching chatter and the
latter's clever dancing. The name of
the new sketch, which Is by Herbert
Hall Wlnslow, Is "The Land of Dykes,"
and tho action takes place In Holland,
There arc several good song numbers.
The reception to Lyons nnd Yosco,
the harpist and the singer, old Chase
Quite a wonderful animal Is No-Ko-
Mis, tho man-monkey, whose uct heads
the Cnslno Theater hill this week. He
Is of tho highly trained kind, and docs al
most everything uui.iaiK, inciuoing a
performance on the banjo, the musical
bells, tho flying rings, una some roller
skate feats. Four largo audiences
seemed to greatly enjoy his perform
ances yestciday afternoon and lust
Other features of the bill Include Knm
Plan and Deralda, real artists with the
violin, 'cello and plnno, whose musical
offering Is of the exceptional kind, tho
I'l)lng Wcrntz In an elaborate und
thrilling aerial net; the Nelson-Kcarns
company In a very laughable sketch
concerning a professor In acting, and
his only pair of trousers, entitled "Need
ham Needs 'Km:" "Happy" John Lewis,
who, us a tramp, sings, dances, tells
comical stories and Is really amusing,
nnd Adclhio Denette, pretty and ac
complished, ns n singer of sweet songs.
New motion pictures of tho cnJO)ublo
kind complete the entertainment.
Newspaper Men Attend
Moro thnn flftv members of the Na
tional Pros Club were the guests of
the management of the Jjelasco Theater
last evening to see "Kindling." the plav
by Charles Keiiyon, of Han Francisco.
In which Margaret Illington has scored
such a marked success.
The courtesy was dfeply appreciated
hy members, of the organization, and
the production was acclaimed one of
the most Interesting of the present sea.
the quiet wit)s of scml-pntrlclan lire
for tho unconventional uncomfortable
would bo more npt freedom of zlguny
existence. Bho Is to leuvo with Jozsl
In tho morning. On the udvlco of her
nurse a very keen nurse, by the w ay
she drinks of the wuters of a spring,
which reveal to her glimpses of the
future. Now this Is not unusuul nor
original. Ilased on m)ths and traditions
us old as the desire of man to know the
future, the plot is even inaeu. uui ono
eckons without Lchar.
The second scene, a part of the vision
of the Infatuated Zorlko, Is the palm
garden of a Vienna enfe. lhar was
fiulto at homo and hu wrote into this
net not only nil the fine things he has
heard but muny of those he dreamed.
As it result tho bewitching music ele
vates tho entire scene to a plane where
.,. fa nn re.idr in admit oilclnalltv In
I the text as to defend the beauty of his
lovo ufler it nrsi kiss
Scoring Is EfTert,ive.
There arc lovely melodies, motifs
which catch In the memory and. above
all, some er clever ami effective scor
ing. Tor Lchar does not idle up effects
to no purpose. Kush Instrument Is per
mitted to make Its voire heard There
Is economy of effort In the writing of
the miiflc and this Indicates a degree nt
musltlanshlp on a pur with I.ehai's un
doubted ability to write tine, entitling
The third act Is huppt and conven
tional 'orlku has seen Juzsl divide his
nmnrous attentions with other beauties
nnd when she Is aroused ftom her
trniice she looks upon the devoted
dor with chastened c)es. Jozsl has
found a )oung widow. limit, who hits
struck his Itinerant fancy particular!)
hard, and numerous couples arrange
themselves ror aouoie nicsetincss
Phvllls Paitlngti'ii Is ZurlUa She
unusual beauty, and Monsieur Herbert
and Vera De Long combine In nn net
I ot equlllbrlstlc skill hy the former and
I poses nnd song by the latter. The fam
ous Pathe Weekly Itevlew of current
1 events of tho world, w hlch lends the
'film pictures ulwn)s nt the Cosmos,
presents a remurkuDio snip nro scene
Lew Hilton made a big hit at the
New Lyceum Theater last night In the
opening performance of "Tho Puce
Makers." which Is plajlng at this popu
lar pla house this week. lVom the
first rise of tho curtain until the close
of tint show Hilton kept the audience In
un uproar. As Abraham Intchlnskl, a
financier, he has a part which brings
nut strongly tils real ability ns a come
dian Ho Is supported by Miss Leslie
Hunter, Miss Margie Catlln. licit Lewis,
Hilly Mossey, Miss Mac Yulr, Harry P.
Kelley, and a chorus of twenty.
Tho first act shows two scenes at a
girls' seminary. The second Is that of
a cafe nnd circus In New York city.
"How Do You Know?" sung bv Hil
ton and the rhorus, made n big hit
Six encores were given. Another song
which met with appreciative approval
was "Kvery lload Leads Mo Hack to
lietwecn tne first and second acta the
scenic effects. Thu tabloid musical corn
ed) Is entitled "In Search of u Past."
They arc nurd workers; In fact, they
work too hard for the results obluln.il,
and both seem thoroughly exhausted ut
The Four Ittgals present a novelty In
feats of strength and daring MrMahon,
Diamond, and Clemence give a series of
specialties, concluding with "Tho Scare
Martini nnd Maximilian give a laugh
able burlesque on Illusions. Tho ani
mated weekl) completes the bill.
Harry llrecn. monologlst. Carter and
Ilolden, singers nnd dancers, and Mld-
' dleton and 8pellm)er, In a pla)ottc of
1 the West, help to make nn unusually
I good bill for election week In Poll's
vaudeville house. They are helped out
by other good nets b Will Lace), tho
Threo Franks, und Amlnl, who fiddles.
Ilreen, with his Ingenuous foolery, wuh
the headhner with the rather well
fllled house If, as he savs. It takes it
wise man to pluy tho fool, he Is a
genius At uny rate, he tnndn one worn
an who sat well down In front laugh
until she eouldn't control herself and
almoin nad h)sirries And this womn
was tint alone In her merriment.
Mlddleton and Hpellm)cr, Hsslsted hy
an alleged full'bliMidf d Indlfin, p!u)ed a I
rather Interesting little drama and sang!
one song Carter und Jloldi n sane and
danced, Miss Ilolden making a hit with
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MUTT ..a JEFF
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