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DEBUT DANCE FOR
MISS E. W. KENDALL Miss Carmen E. Martinez Is Luncheon Guest of Mrs. Milbank. E. CLARENCE JONES ENTERTAINS MANY Charity Benefit at MacDowell C! b Feature! Exhibition of New Steps. IV. Kendall was n,t r ??dur*, d "????ta ?the er by 1 slater, Mrs. . M 1 ?.tiny, .ii . ..? PlttShui-sh, par, nts, Mr. and Mrs Williiip. ??< (lall, No. II West Uth assist.'?) in Ules Kstie Bchermerhorn, ? Ihleolm, Miss tdai Ion Hall, m__ i>.i iy Taylor, Miss Kranes Jud* QrlfSn and Mlaa Mar* Morrtetown, N. .1 Miih.ink gave s lunch**on th? Rlts-CsrHon for M ss . - es, daushter ?>f Mr. and \- Marl a*... s in'.-.' -mgage* ? . ? !."?>, i.? l'*loiiriH?y. of l'itts t*?'ki. Mass v. as announced on ?September ink's sueste wen Bj ...im ;i. Weatherbee, Mrs. Miguel Mrs. II. \V?'..th' i I- Re ol r.. Mrs. Theodor? : n Fair? Blld, Mrs ? ????- Mis 11, nry A. Ufeer, Mrs Richard H Hunt. Mrs. Will? iam ]'???? i'.i? ?'? .'t ? ?**?!S Philip Mallory, I -- [_ Romeyn, Mise i.'.>t?- L I n an.l Miss " a thC dansant n at Sherry's Among il were Mi and Mrs James i> E N Breltuns Mr. nh i' J??ti<*s, jr., Mr. an l Llvini -ton. Mr an.l Mrs ton. Ml and -Mrs. y ? Montagne, l?r. and Mis. ! ? w hit? . Mr and Mrs A Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Walt? i .' ? Ml and Mia. Arthur l>. m Brarohall Gilbert, Mrs. : Yedeiic Mis. Hermann Oelrlehs, Mrs Ml? Juliet Breltuns, Watson, se Ward Mc | il Dorothy Olbb, Miss Ruth m Kathi Mlee Marls i orei Gilbert, Miss I ? Att? rbury, Henry ton, Frederick ? ', Inman, l'\ m . Jr., Maurr ?? y. Inelander Stewart. Jr.. Whit? S light Watson p La Moni Ai e were held noon at the McT>" ?'tub t..-. No ' s West Kth street fot t\.c bent fit f th? St w fork visiting com*? I ! Associa? tion. I 1 and fancy ;>rti, leu ?????? on sa ? ye of erei ) d< scrip ?ne of her ras an exhibition b) Miss Dorothy Taylor and Miss Molly Quackenbuah. In ?i of the : were Mn rfmlr d" R] ncan ?J. Ha: :. -, Miss Joan BsW) ?r and Th,- . . tG? R Cholmelay Jones, ?i. . !..?:?? ? snd CharUs Ani' ng th? Its. Pi ?? \. tiuir Murray ? Ihorcta i ?shorn. Mrs. srd l: Hewitt, Mrs. WUlard D. Joseph H. Choate, Mrs lUgUSt : M. M:n t'Hii. Mn ; ? . '?'in k Bdey, Mis. ?'h U I.fcui- . rckermaa, Ijiei and M;.?s Ruth M ? till.?* ? will h?- mai ri? d to l'air man R i ? of Ml and Mrs. i: R Dick, this afl St Bartholo ti""j's Chu h M;s<- Roosevelt ???ill be ttf* tend..! by t.. : sister, Mrs. Btuyireeant !-..ilr,,n ?,t honor, and hy M i it, another slstei. ss IsUd of honor. ?Evans R Die.*, Jr., will be hi* fcro man, ami the tubers -?ill i- Btuyv? ? . ib 'i . ? ?'-"I ?-'?? l'"m l ? lin. M. I,. Tll li Grant, ?'? Austen Amory and George ?Marvin, a reception v ?. id .it the ?home of Mr. Ropes Vit, No, HI Madison avenu.-. ??'.-- Uth Loi .i:.. of Mis. John a. Lagan, to 1'fc Mlworth, ol this dty, '???ill take , i ? afternoon m St Thoniss's Charteh There ?will be s reception at the Mi.- ?Logan, No H Fast >>th Hr.. t ' hui' h this afternoon ; .mor Hintan, daughter of Mr, . d i'"st Million, will ?become the brtdi of 1 Baldwin, of thi_ . there srlll ?he a at the horn? of the bride's . No. ??" Weal Uth stn daugh? ter of M / bi lakle, srlll bej ? nd (VUllsms Stephen ft? : noon in th?* .Second i:< fon.i"i Church, Hschensscfc, N. J. Pollo** n ".-. ? .i reception will be held si the home of -Mrs. Zabris .?i Mrs I'l.'l crick u. Zabi , s dinner io: Miss SSahrtskie laat night at their borne In ?got. MUes Margaaslta ?**?. ? :t?i ..I Mrs. William Allyn Hui ?. i toi.i. to fchrney Bla? ka ill ??ill tak, pia? ?? tins afternoon at Um M h.) mother, N<> 121 West t*Mh street will Im ..'!? ,d? ?i l>y Mrs Hufus Umore, and Pirana j;. ?-ttaehwell win ad ss his i?i'?>ti>. i .- esgl n,an Bl "i the ' 'hlldrsa's ? lut? of ht An N< I last Hith Ian? ' s ni i><- held this evening i ? e ispfc ss <?f the tew Voik Guild of tbe Alumaa ?.f Kt Ttmothy'i B-*hool, <'.?tojisvill?-. Md. Th?-r? dantins oonteat, t?,i whleh elg ?een prison are to be swarded, conatatlng "f first, s. , ?iii'l and third prtSSS for men Seid .?.oiiu-i, m ?i?. waltz, oii?-st?'p ami will he Mr?. Charlee Dans Oibeoa, Mrs Oliver Oeuld ?''faillies. Mis. l-Yllowr? Morgan. Miss 'Sheae \\ ?attiiiiKton Whiti houne, i. Moatgoanery Roosevelt, IVtlllsm nsvers Jerome, l*ranc*a Crosmlnahield ?:,"i hit Johnstons sad Lady Porbss-Rob fi? ? on,m.11. ? m eharae of *i>< dance "?ciai.s Vi_ iuphen C. ?'lark, sbalr? toa?. V-. Axt?,or _? cheats, Misa ?Hllah Cyt-jl Wjuc?*t' otaaat Z-e nn o*xr _*_* fie, Grtutnpyr ( h, IHM Mary .Martin. MISS Ina Kissel, Miss Oracc Brown, Mi< |_ Baldwin, Mi- - Rosi tts Caraoi Miss Jennie Tai.et. .Miss Mary Arnold, Miss Genevi?ve Banford, Miss Anita Emmet Miss Margaret Strong. Tickets at ?3 R?) be o: tain, d fr?.m Mi-s H?|ah C Kreuch, No. -13 Wert .'1st stl ?: Mr> Gustav i: Kissel will gtv< i dam s at Bhi ii; 's to-night for hei daughter, Miss LoUhN Kissel. J. Harry Alexandre, who Is tu ? Miss An:.? Loomis m Detroit "ii Satur? day, will L-ive his farewell bachelor din? ner to-night at Sherry's. Mrs ,i. \' a. Cattua will give a dinner this evening at her honst in Weet End avenui tur Mi-s i, titil on G debutante daughter ol Mi Job? 1-. Gilford. Mrs i ?.. . ; L-eary, ,f No y Wesl street, will givi s reception at hei home this afternoon to Introduce her daughter, Mi-s i:. th i.? ar). The Count and Co ? ? henyl, who ] ar?- in town from Newport, had luncheon ?? ? ai ?t the M?.t? i st. R Mr and Mrs ' i torts hat ? riv.'d in the city from theii country place on i. ', and art at th? ititz- j I al || Lady Alan Johnston? arrived In town rday from Washington, where sin was the guest of her mother, Mri J W, Pin? Mrs Laacaster Morgan will . dansant for her daughter, Miss H Rldgely Morgan, on December -"-' at her No. 116 Wi * ' ?? treet. Mr end Mrs. Bamuel A. Welldon will be the Ruists of Mr and Mri Gi Livingston Hoyt at 81 ' Thanksgiving. Mis William Alexander errived from Europe yesterday on the George Wash? ington, and Is at the Bt Regis. She will leave town to-day to spend ?i weeh with her Bister, Mis Louis f Pooler, at I Majo* Gei ? ral Stuart B. Worth y, his daughter, Mia Stuart Wortley, and bis II Stuart Worthy. have arrived ?'' town and arc at th.- Hotel Gotham foi a short Stay BILLS FOR THE WEEK IN THE VARIETIES Several New Playlets - Some Novel Acts and Many Stars Among the Attractions. ROBERT T. 1?AINKS and his company of three h? ad the bill at tl,.- I'ala'e this week in William J Hurlbut's one-act play. "Th? Man In th.* Mirk." Mr. Ham? s gives a good performance of the burglar who, Intent upon robbing a fashionable house, Interrupts the elopement o? the srtfc ??f tii?- house owner and a gay Lo? thario, who is properly humiliated ty the cotte burglar and senl about his business, while domestic DCUCC Is ayam restored Mme. Olgs Petrovs is another featured attraction, and gives a combina? tion offering of comedy, song and tragedy Haiph Hers, th? comedian, appears ?rlth some new soiiKS aid Stories, and Kay i'?.x has a new act, written both songs and monologut hy herself. Others sie Alice Els ;"??' Bert French, in their pan? tomlmlc spectacle, "Th.* Dance of Port H troupe "f Manehurian m ro bata Robert i?<>i?*. the lyric barytone; t... Mun.i.v Haters, in SOngS and nances, and Jed and Bthel Dootey, Iinti rtalnei h. EDDIE TOY and his s.v. n Little Koye head th?- bill at 1 ?amni'i stem's Victoria this week, with their ?iai.oi.it.- act show? kng the Ko y brand of fun m ail Its laml lK.itions. Another feature is the appear? ance of Wallace McCutcheon ami Vers Maxwell, who aftei their exhibition of I th?- various styles of popular dancing In? vite persons In the audience to step upon th? stak?- and ?binon.- ti ate their skni Miss Maxwell dennos with th? male \oi ; unte.-is and Mi. M<? "ut< h'-on with the women This engagement is the dancing team's Brat j?,int vaudeville appears m it ! others are Edward Abalea supported b ,1'haiioitc Lander and company, In th? humorous playlet, "He Tried To Hs Nu?"; ai Von TUset*? new condensed musical comedy. "Th? Honey <;iris"; Bernard Qraavtts and .vette, the vio? linist and slngir RfDGBM IMHOP, familiar to patrons of huiies'iue. appeared yesterday a? ?me of the headline features at the Union ?-mare in a farcical sketch, "KutK?*?n Louder, l' S. A." Me is assisted by MuRh I'omi ami Marcelle Correne, imhof appears as Private i secy and suppli?e mont of the tun in the ?kit. Blckel and Watson, well known under Hi?- old name of Cukel. Watson and Wroth.', gave s clever char actei skit, with s rapid Or? dialogu? and many laughabii situations Anothei head liner is ""All Aboard." with Bertie H? and Bonnl? i la) ' rd as Pullman porb i s ' thi i ? an y..r ? | and llenrii its B) ron In s Skit Inti i ipei i ed a Ith and patter; Prank? : \\ obtl i Wyde, with theii little sketch, "M k Bh* m? snd Ri ?son" the Rams? Trio, known a- th? "Premier Dancing Z ette, the "m) sterious dan? - Ins gii?" ; I ??? Leon and 11 ami Rrool and Bowi the ragtime i ' EVA DAVENPORT buxom, and Jolly. ne ol th? featured attrs tloni at the Fifth Avenue t his v.. ?'k. In s clever sketi h by Edgar Allen Woolf, Tl ? i ? walk, r " i "hi the | ol man) Broad? !? her debul In vaudc good Impression ? ?ben are t Kannte i hir, In theii m sr skit, ? pan). m Tangua) -Ilk? ? ? s on I h? wir.-. Will Ward and th? Math ? ? I *\an?s. I >oio'.hy Bn ( appearai ? ? ? tain? Smith, and Brandon, In the h ? ? : I deklnson, ,iu.. ? ? I. ... ? ; Ashll ?" ?!.:<. new team ol as Einlade i the i nd L? Royv >"? JA(*K NORWORTH, * ? : he bill at the ? '? ? tins week, ofl ?It) and a Ritchie Th< Dresden CI ???! i peai s ? ith -i repei t<?: y of bala;, e of thi ? lud? s Valerii Bei ami comps ? . ?? Phi 11 snd B t o r) Tiov.it-., the Jim i lian ">id i - Bn nnan, In "Nlfi i - I and Cavei i ! Ballerini, i trai ese ai I ?te and t | iggllng Mowatts Topping th? programme al Ih? AJham brs tins meek are A Seymour Brown and company ''i tin- tabloid musical com?edy "The Bachslor Dinner." A Chines? fan ? ailed "Tin- Oreen B* ette," first played at s gambol ol th? Lambs C u also featured The remalhdei ol thi gramme Includes Mao Elisabeth, come? dienne; ?lark ami Verdi, Italian come? dians; Predrika Blemons and company, In th<- ptaj let "i.:/' . Harr) Unten ami Anita Lawrence, "The Grouch Destroy? ers"; Thoea i ? ' ? Glrli ph) slcal ? alt? ura singers and dancers; Lockott and w aldron, the muai al ooim d) boj snd Lo-Vc and Vi in ur, trapes? artli Is. Novelty in I Burlesque Show. There wer? several ft al ires In "Ths Girls from .-Mailand." presented al the Columbia last evening, which n id? II . s ? Iconic i ? |ief from the usual i i.n ,,f burlesque shows. One ?as the aba of the hackneyed, stereotyped Irish or Hebrea comedian. Anothei wa? th? dancing of Katherine M< <'nnn.ii, as Nina, an Italian Kiii Th. n it was s thrss act sketch, the first of the season on the 'Columbia stage, sad tbe olio Introduced th?- Metsettl trouj.I acrobats, wbese work was i a i and ewe) th? beat seen there foi s Ion** time Billy Mill's sin_ Ing wa- another featur? worthy <?f note, bul the si ? i"- thai ? aptured the house was the second act, which represented the rehearsal and presentation <>f s com? edy sketch, with a stag? audience facing the real audience, who were supposed to he behind th? scenes, facing the ats* ductor. Th? scene was s revelation to 'those who had n< w i witnessed ? r. I hearaal and was played with a w h 111 of I laughter and fun Th? costumes Iattractive aad fresh, and while there are 'spots where s Itttk prunntng would be b?n?ficiai the show is s valuable addition to the i iastei n "a heat" of burl? "The Prodigal Judge" Staged. 1B) Ti lagmpti '" n? rrll sas Atlantic City, No. ti George Pawcett appeared In "The Prodigal Judge," a drams madi from th? booh of Vaughan Kester, adopted for tbl sta??- by George Mtddleton, ami produced b) a 0, Dela mater, at tin Apollo Theatre this evening. Chief amorig the cast ar? lames Steely, Georg? Btaley, Hob.it Thorn? and Bert Bui ton. _-m Bertha Kalich Too 111 to Act. Berths Kalich, who was to have?opened for a week's engagement In "Rachel" m the shub.it Theatre, Newark, last night ?Aas too m i" Newer* to sppsar, Tonsil? litis ?as said to PS h? ' ailni'-nt. Those Who had purchased tickets had the,money refunded. ? MRS. ADLAI E. STEVENSON ILL. Chicago, Nov. :i Mi Adtal ? ? Bteven soii. \Mfe of the termer Vlce-Pieeldent and peel presiden! general <?f the Daugh? ten ?if the Revolution, is seriously m at htr home, in Bloomlngtoo, 111. CYRIL MAUDE SEEN IN A NEW PLAY English Comedian Shows Versatility as "Grumpy," Grandfatherly Sleuth. EXCELLENT ACTING IN DETECTIVE PLAY The Good Young Man Has a Diamond and the Villain Gets It for a Time. "Grumpy.*1 A play by llorare II ? , snd T. Wlgm i?. rcyvsL Wsllsck's Tin-ai l*i THE CAST ' VI. V ,.,!.? ?J? I'i'i' ' Heron..Kam ?-omlxrn.-T? ??" i( .lohn Hai ?rood I ' ' ' ' - . Montas** i ov? N :- '?" ?? ?. nno\ Pawl? : '' Ua< ' ??? " . Hunt? r N? I ti ''?,|? . Arthur Jei ? ? Dal? '?'"""? Pen Ival Voui c Bulllvant .Ml? Mar_<r* Mau.le ?ft? Marlai-ei ,.., MIm l_?ni Halll lay ?eeae. Mtra Maud Andre? ? Mr, f*J i i. .'.land, ehowed -noi', of his versstlllt) st Wallace's last evening He Has appesred during hla ? man? here ., young man and as a middle-aged : man, Last ev? nlng, in "? Irumpj," i I greatl) amusing detective play of B ? I origin and rather Victorian Bavor,_he ap? peared as i et i y <>i?i man "?tl< ar old Grump) " the srmetiali detectl .<? The Impersonation was clever, end even more It ? ren made the audi? at time the obrlouely stac.\ elemente ol which the role as conetructed by its au? thors Mr. Horace Hodges and Mr T. Wlgne) Percyval and think ?>f Q as ? real old . ? ? And ev? th? y ?iidi.t th . \i Maud? to permit them t?> enjo) o. t the me Here i I Bngltah actoi the art, n . shlbitad by our ov ? light diana, of etnking his osm ? i mi--. Idualll ? ?? n the j I part hi wai playing No on? who knew Mr . from ha? Ing - en him ? be .n.i the Id Mi Bulllvant I e cai . -Up. ot but Mi Maud? than th.it tfl ai o i" : ? lili ?; n it I In hli rolce, his ? v. . ? ?f the i "' ii ttmp)." a' the n ime of th? would Imp: . -.?i that IInd of g?rrulo ?? dlln? is a hleh .. ? .,i i" do i mou I Hi ? ? ? .*-',> ' .1.., old ' 1 .? for a f? W ti ? i| llllance a-? the until - iah tu. ? i h., o ande ""i t i'-?' i ? ? . or that I en. the m lid. Is ? ! \ I ' :. and ? and I \ ' ? ,|. I. , ? plan the p with a you l bai k from armoui -..ii ie t In i."ii -, >!, ,in to hr? il ? tei to I with the nephc ? ? ? II he \ lllaln . rlllaln and thinks it will help i ? ' ? diamond He do? get It foi i I l l ?i ump) lOO mui h I"' him and gel i gain, and thei ? thei In gttnlous compllcatlone over s , .im, u,i with ., hah wrap|M d around the n. ?'A.. h Mr. Montai !."'-? i I'm.uk.?Id?, tin- flgl.: :i man. iMIh a ? I u.i?. ol ii-liiu II tO i? ? i edvai tage, was ti ? an?i ????-ii something .?? ??? llev? d in him noa and then, ? i p. i foi mam ?. altha gh In th? ' i ? ? ol s ? ha?.?'''r o| till-' kind en? le ??.,!? elj h ? ant to Mi I- nnoi Pa? le exi lent I i ?? et ? d? alt r m antiqu? "doubl? d? aler" as old hopefull) m he? ?-? d And Miss Mai i??-- ? Ma udi u i pleaaantl) ?impie .uni natural l A R ?Stock ?ind One-Week Houses. The three a? i di in i Th? Pi I? ?.' ?hah eervgd aa .? vehicle for Helen Ware ? b? u oi Iglnall] produ. ? d, Is t? ? attra? ? tion ..i thi Hal lei i < ?per? i loa i ereeh The ?tor* has to do with an artiel und his wll? who are nol congenian*, mated. He ia temperamental and lives for his ait alone, whfls eh? le practical end pi ef? 11 th? mat? rial comfi ' "' f? The si list dies fiom shock sfte ? ins wlfe'i Jeslousy by bestowing stten nous- on bis secretary. ?Later on th?- lat? ter marrie? and is hound? ?I by the widow, prbe iucceedi In ? ? paratlng ti..- ooupl? Lotte i.iiitiii'um .m?! i: hi , Wallace ere playii g the prin? Ipal role bi re. i:. .\, Me, Xaotlppe," the Frederick Ballard farce thai ran three months in the Thirty-ninth itreel and Comedy thea tri-H. is the attraction al the West End Theatre uns week The production la the .?.une. s ni? John Barn mor? and Mai y young heading the caat There will be .m estes matinee on Thanksgiving Day, with id?- regular matin?? s Wednesds atad Baturda) ? "Life i Shop ?\ Indow," s dramatisation of the ho"k ?>f the same title bj Um au. ! iiioi, \'i, tona Cross, Is the attraction at in.' Acsdemj ol Music tins week. Theo? dore Prlebui and PrlsciUs Knowleg have the leadlas roles Richard Bennett returned t<? Hew Tors in "Damaged Goods* si Um Grand Opere lions?- tiiTs week after s tour ??f the MM? ?ii?' West in aihiition t?> the Wedneedai and Baturda i ntptlneee there will be aa .?xtra matiiH. on Thaaksglvini Day. Mr. Bennett ?s supported by the sasas com pan) ?which was seen with him during the New Ymk run Mis.? A?li i.iin.' Morrison (Mm. I'lihard r.entntt? OOBtlnUSS in the ?rale of The <iiri la th? laat a< I The Wsdsworth Plsyew prgssatad "Ma? dame iherry" ** the stttaetJea for the v,??-k, with an augmented cast ?it players This iv the inst iinisi'ai offering ot that dramatic gtoeh company, ?nareaee Kit* tenhouse, Un ?badina woman, will hihj* the prima donas role. WHY NOT $20 FOR ROSENKAVALIER? Just as Much Reason for It as for the $!0 That Is Asked. NO QUESTION OF ART INVOLVED Strauss Wrote for Money, and, He Admitted, the More the Better. There w?s what seemed tu be a some? what Incomplete announcement In yea* terday's newspapers sbout th? tirst nov? elty to i... produced at th? Metropolitan ?? i iionsi ?m December ~ Th? opera is g new one, and because it is by Rich? ard Btrauss, snd th? subject, as might have been guessed had not industrious publicity sgents been engaged for two years In busll) spreading the Intelligence, piquent, to Shy th? bast, th? occasion i:? ? bei n l'Ht ouesfde the regular subscrip? tion and the prices at sdmlsston raised to the standard o( 111 for an orchestra chair. Those who know th? plol of "Der Ro senkavaller" ere probabl) wondering why th? '?? ' ?if an orchestra-stall ticket* was not tix.ii at twtce the sum Modern pru rlenc) ought to be more attracttv? than ancient necrophtlism, and if thi Brst glimpse at the delectable Salome" was worth *w In tbe bolldaytide, then s com? edy which deals with s passion more general, if not mor.- ancient, but which Bnds equally frank expression In the new lyric play, ought to be worin more to tbe public which the Metropolitan Opera a*-'an agenc] of education snd re finement, i- striving to uplift, if weweee ? d to ?^o into thi qui rtlon analytl-1 .ally W? should my that an OPOTS Which begins ?iih th? lover kissing the hand1 of ins lady love, extended ii"in the i ir? tala - "f her bi d, while the birds ere ng t ! . n matin soi g, would be worth not two-third? nun than the r?gu? lai price of sdmisslon, but .it le.ist mi i nail?. i! the I e Inning ol the dramatic ei tlon ? ??fid h ive onl m ide olni Idenl with I In ? of th? un ntai music Th? n- is no question ol srl Involve! ben; onl) .i question of Bnanctal emolument, thi ?oi ! i knows. whal ti. ?;? i mans call .i Pantoffelheld th?. hero of h i wlfi >mh ins naughtier and iMtigHtlei from di for business When h? WUS In NOW York to one ? * musii lana '. It i WOUld polls: si,. ? s i! .?lily th? ? ..n ? mu?.i be madi ismuneratlve an.i there nee i be no ? sriHing '" humor th? de? i ? Inesmueh as b| doing - sM< to command larger i . ? . i ? been ? i I ol be ? The part the Metro litan < >pei s ' 'em (An) in glvli i i Hrst m s repre s< iii.it.> I< "i the regular sul ? i In exacting sn al norm i fi ?? f; ? .ii? Itt I Thi Fort?nete. In a waj . M< tropi II? ? ? ? te and ... the (tatemen! e mid that : ? Mel n) has Invited i to the company's performances il In th case with thi ctlve of thi ige i rlpt have been made ? laid that the esson of thi nda !? tak.n tl ?! that the ? ? not am t" be left al th? mei i t of ? tibie or ni' W? ?ii? .i ? ai el? is folk, and d" ii"i like i.? bear grudge l-mi*. s?> it would not be ? n reci r.t doings, a bich look much ss If the) were begrimed ?rlth moral obltq several directions | would be forgiven and forgotten. But no doubt cere will be taken that they shall not occur sgaln. Perhaps the manage ? i ? Opera < 'ompany * in see II - way to th? pro? lamatlon of s proa ttd ? rentuall). also I.??? that th? publli shall be pul at bast upon .i level with th.- professional tradei In i. sei u Maggii Teyte gave ? >">?>?? i', i lall ? sstsrda sftei noon I; i " much that * as i,, n ,i,i,.i ing to an obsei ver oi this i o ins artl it there is no d? s to i iter Into features A strange change he com? ovei thi? young woman n. r teetee, her style, her Ids?la bei rOlCC and It- use TWO Mar- BgO It WSS I?- to think or speak of her ex ? ? ft .i. term ? : ..it \ \? ar sgo sh. b gon !?? esploll heraell .> d con whom she professed to have discovered, i hey ?? re knou n before she was born ?esterday, wcepl tor s tew mo- i menta du seemed to be eager only to] ? ai. n tin- ? ai of tin grouadttnga ft K. K. Lew Fields's Music Hall. ? me of lb? many nCU fea tun- at th. Forty-Fourth Street Music Mali this m i is '"I'ln Suspect***1 a one-act play b) Qeorgi Baxter, presented by William a. Brad) William Kerrigan as Tl? Casey, .the re? formed crook, who Is arrested and "thira ? toi ii crime he did not commit, gave ii I.? pe? f?rmame and made th? rath.i Rims) part worth while. Itfaym Airy SHU ii t>*f"'al. grufl i. I tage i"? He? Hispe tor, and I ?lad y s MOtTtS SPtlSgl I d as a phiianthroptot In purpl? hose, who ?ave? Un pi i-i'ii?'i' and starts him on the Straight and n.mow with a m. re trl'lp of ii.>. Dorothy Toy? appears with bei rather pleasing repertorj of operatic se i,., tions, sung In teno* and soprano, and Kara gives sn Inten stum , shlbitton of hit skill as a juggler. Byron and Langdon. I with theii -kit "The Dud? Detective," sr? also smong the favoritea - s "The Henrietta" Revived. Buffalo, Nov. 14. William n Craae re rivcd ?us old play, "The Henrietta,'* at the Mar Theatre bore to-night The <>i?i comedy was drei played b) Mr. Crane ml New fork Bepteasbsr IC, i-.s:. and th? last performance ??is gteea May n, issu. Th<? modern play, "The \,.\V | (enrl-tla." by ? ncheH smith and victor Mspss. is Bronaofi Hoerard's comedy brought up to date, but retalnlna the best features of the foifbet ph-V Which time has not af fected. Bertie, the perl created by the late Stuart Robson, ru plared by Douglas i 'all banks. .'Min ha Blngham appeared as Mis Opdyke, and Patrlcls ?'ollinKu as Agnca Tin sen put) was staged b\ Robert Milton K. M HOIAAND, E. M. HOLLAND DIES FROM HEART DISEASE Noted Actor Called for Aid and Was Found Unconscious Beside Telephone. 1 By T.'lff-raph to Tli- Trtboae ) Cleveland, Nov. 21. Heart disease csused the death at a hospital here to? day of i; M. Holland, on.' of the lead? ? the American stage Mr. Holland csme here yesterdsy to play a week's engagement in "Years of ? on," with himself, Herbert Kelcey and Kiii.' Shannon in th?- leading parts. The a i,,i irai stricken at his hotel "t :? o'clock Ums morning. ?\t that hour a telephone call to tbe night clerk ssked thai .1 boy t,.- eenl t.? Holland'? room a Ithout '!? i Upon responding th?' bo) found th?* actor lying inconsclous under the tele? phone, Doctors who ?.?.'??? summoned worked f"t hour.? to restore coi nose, bul without avail Mr. Holland was married, his home being iti New York. nd ' ' Holland was the ion 0 Oeorge Holland, himself s well known wo generation? ego HI? mother was M-Brj Beward, well known as a , hoir singer In New v.ak at the time that ?he married Holland K. M, Holland wa? bon ?-'? tember ~. IMS, and mad.' his ?irst appearance as an ? Walla? k's Theatre, is tl t? Master Thompson In "To Pei? tits ni ' Prom in*~t .,t Mi i .1"!,:. W.I s ( >lym plc Th- stre snd In th-' season i>' .'?' ? Mr. Holland I ? csme ?? m? mb? r of i.? is tei Wsllsck's company In ihe fall of IM7, and remained with Wallack many y?ars. playing many parto. 11, played 'I o* i, .,:.,! . ?'?i.nti y"; Tob) ' racketl m "Oliver Tartst"; Peg In The Rlvsls," and < "?.'. in "London Assui mi? ?-. ' 11? A..? .1 .'?.i' k's until 1871 .?!"i tii.-n wen! i" London, e h< re h< ap| ? Well? In :**" aa ? I *ai to the . ? atre A : terward he it Booth s Th.. ..u.. and in th? then ramom Madison impenj He was si the . 8 lar? until - ? ? libson "The Privati B< ? ? Lot Burden Ints and Sinn.'!-. Broa n Ing m ' ' ? .i Bo lety, ? iptaln Reda.I In "Jim the Penman" and other parts In now forgotten plays i ? - 'i heat re, : ? ap? peared a? Colonel Moberly In "Alabama." and later played Colonel Fairfax ?'ait??r In "? olonel ? 'arter of Cartt rsville." He siso played Colonel Casenove in -Th.? New Woman" and Plbert Iton.'is In "Es* mera Ida." He was seen at the Qsrrtck m "The Man ? 1th a Past in ISM i ? appeared ss i*.?k in the all-star cast oi "The Rivals" at the American Theatre. nexl fea j ears he ii p? arad la "A Superfluous Husband," "Hearts Are Trumps" ..nd "Th, Shades >>f Nlghl " He spp sred a? the ?Pope in "The Etei n il . 'it>,'' and tii.-n, for three ye ire, ? 'aptaln B? dford In "RafBee " Mi Hol? land went Into vaudeville for s time In 1101 end then joined ? ?tis ?Skinner to play in The Duel." This was followed F|: en? gagement? in "Th.- House With a Thou? sand Candles," "The Rattle," "Foreign Exchange" and as Bh* Oliver Surface in School tor Scandal." He played in "Old H.-.d.'li., rg,.l"i.' Blue luid." "No? body's ?Daughter" ..nd "The Arrow mi ker " For many years Mr Holland's brother, Joseph, appeared with him. hut Joaeph u. ? compelled t?. "five up the stau?' ?orne \ t"l! S i . ' k m. Holland married Mlsp Emily Be ward, an ectreas, some rears a*?" and thej had t?" children, one of whom is Idns Holland, ?ho eppeered ?Ith her Isther in "The Arrowmsker." Th.* wii. and two children survive When k M Holland's father died, in lsa? friends went to a minister to get him i,, ?perform the tuners! service. Tin* clergyman said he could not, but that' i; , was "S little Church around the comer" where they, would bury an ac? tor. It was thus that the I'hurrh of the duration, In East :".?th str?'<*t, re ,, iv.,1 ti?" title ?thai hss stnee etung to it. OBITUARY NOTES. MRS. MAKY i: RUTAN, eighty-one years old, died yeaterday at No. M Label ?treet Mont, lair. N. J. Mrs. Ilutan had Hved In Montelalr fee the last flfty yesrs ghe leaves two sona mi g, ELIZABETH SARAH PORD, eighty-two years ?>l?i. died yesterdai St her horns, No. 12:! North rulterton sve ,;,,. Mont.?lair. N. J. Mr?. Fold BfUBS t.? ?ins country ?from ICngiand la MSA. lat many years she ***>ndn**tsd s private school for young wannen at BefgSB l'oint, N J JOHN* MACNA1R, hanker and shoe rnanufacturef tf_*Boston, die?! la that city yeeterday. He ?vas,? n.?tiv<- of Scotland. MARSHALL'S VACATION OVER. PhmniX, Ariz., Nov. 21.?After a tnonth'?* va.ati.in ?pent with his wife's patents, Mr. and Mrs. \V. K. Klmsey, of B-COtte dal?', UM \'i??--ri?sideiU and Mrs Mar? shall grill ttfOVO here to-morrow nlKht for \\',t.?iiiiiKt??ti. Th.'v will arrive la <"hk-a o on iri'iay ami leave there that nicht for w ashlnstor FARRAR SINGS 'BUTTERFLY' Soprano Makes Debut of Sea? son at Metropolitan. There was a time wh? ti "Madattm But? terfly" was a novelty, and an expectant world looked torffard eagerty t?? that nigiu when the yenngeet of Its prima donnas would t?*a?*h It how to weep for the sor? rows of poor little ('io-i "?o-San. "Madama Butterfly" is. alas, a novelty no lot-Rer. and Miss QeraldhM Panai is no lonser the y??utiR?>st <?f prime donnaa yet both the Opera and Miss i-'arrar are more popu? lar than ever, and Miss l-'arrar Is ?till altogether vounp enough, even If last night her voles se. med a little weary. it was Miss Parrar*? tirst appeartaaee or the season, postponed front the an? nounced ?;,). ninsr of "Ma mn," beeauss of an attark of crip, and her a?lmtreis were pies,nt it, good measure, it was evident, however, that the last trae?s of her cofd were still with her, sad she sang with unusual eare and eontllMUCO of tone, a ??orsumrriation I'.Ot altogether to be de? plored. Vet her entrance she ma?ie with true intonation, and If she sang in th? love duet with somewhat less than her usi al brilliance, she exerut.-?i the curtain tableau with quite her usual r?alisas, Qiovennl Martlnelli vas the Ptnkertoa and seom"d less gSUcted with imtvoiis i. s than !.?? was an Mt?* occasion Of hi' debut. As a rcBUlt, his tonal emission was m?h more free, with a ronsequeni 6 tuition of tsie lightness which in Rodolfo characterised his upper notea His fr.sh. rICh VOiOS was a delight, but it was unain evident that he has still much t.? learn in the coloring of tone and In th? a-t of delicate nuanc?e Mr Seoul was the admired BbarptoOl of other days; surely thete is hut one Scott!! Mme Kornia sanp Suzuki most acceptebly, and Mr. Toacantnl made the orchestral score appear as something preciously near th?' creation of gODlUS. All in all, it was a very successful Mon? day niRht "Butterfly," and the lovers of the <>iiei,i were able to i?> as .-? ntimental SS they wished. WHAT IS GOING ON TO-DAY. Kr?'*? Sdmlsston t.. th? Ann'ear. .Mum-inn "f Natural History, th- Metropoliten M p. um .f ah. tbe Kew fork Eootoglcal I'ark. ?lo Va? Cortlsadl Park Museum and the Aquarium City Ptaaalag Bxhlbitleu, Pablto LA rtuiiiiinr?. Fifth treats? sad it* str^.-t. Parade ef th.- old Oeard Veterss Bettelten, in eommemeeatlea et BvaeuaClea Ds from Warnt ."?Is? Surest t?. Battery, no??n; luiirhinn, Hotel Plaza. M ?? 11 nt th? Th'-aiie ?lab. Hotel Ai-ior, 2 p m Celebration ?>f th* sew ttrecht Liberty Pel? tSSOCtatloa. In <orrin?'m<>r.ttii*.n of Kvnou ti?,n Day, K?w Utrecht Bsftiisssd ?'burch. Kurht? ? nth SveBM and Mth BtNOt, Broo'.t Ijra, 't i? m s ??f the Society for Political Study, Hotel Aster, :; p m. Address by Mr?. Kinin??!in" Paakbersi on "Th? S?lsl KM!; I's CtUUM and Cure" befst? the Be? Is logical Feud "f the ?fed Bevtew ?f Bevtewa Biting? Theetn ". i?. in [)i,(*u??'?in <>n "T! ? M'-anlne nt Democracy" -. inch ?*?? bot !"' :. I M it, ?? p in. Alors? b] Mic r Anlolpti !.. Klin? at th? ? si it. Soi n ly, \\'nl dorf- tstorts, ?'? ?;" p. m. ? nf tbs Notional - ? let) ef th* s.ni? ." ? ? \-: ...an Revolution, WaldTf-Af torts, 7 p m. .'.: the Sew 'i Woman suiTrai;. Association, i?"'.! Aator, s (, .,, Meeting ol no. Qotham Club, Hotel Aster, h Iteetlns nf ib, TrstBta Club, VTaMorf <-? loria, s .,. ni. Addressei bj Dr Frederle f" Howe uni OS The Birth ?if \r: city Planning in Germany; city Plaaalag ? 'ooper i iiimi. I p. m. i :. Hack? u ?m "?'i n tral America end the Pun.una Canal" be : < "lui>. Hot? I Astoi. s :;?) ?' th" Board "f Education s 1.'. p m \l al lie S. hool I. Rlvinston .-?ml Ridge streets. "Unconscious i," Di ?!?? i.n v. Bassin; Public School ... Ith street, east ..f Fli ??? i ? ? nui. "81 i ? ..f the Hudson Bullo? k ; i He School ?;??. loth sn..!. ...si of Plrsl Lift "f Blr Walter Scott," i*hartei ii Oovan. Public s. hool 80, i it ?< ?if Sei tnl ' ? - tph ? n.-. ' <*ii..i le? i. le i - t.ai. Public Sil.; m.'. 183d itn I .?-.'t fVadswortl Kniest i; Holmes; Museum >l * ? irai Hlstoi . T 711 ? stn ? t snd ? 'enti . v.. -? ., \i trod W. Mai 'm. H< ': poiltan Tc m| Be? enth ev? nui .?? ?! i 11 h -? t. ? ;. ' TI tribut Ion "f lin Diu?','' I" Scot! Veal si Cornelius*! Church, Xo 121 C.'-si <? - .! "Knowing Our Wild Hill: ' Hnr !.. ri K MARRIED BILLINOS ?OEORQER?At New Haven, Conn., November U, Florence Enter) lieorger tn Henry Baremon Bllliags, by tho R< v Theodore A. Flacher. Notice* if mnrrl .'???. anil dentil? OtOS* be t?c?ainipanled by tUfl utiiiie and mldrent. OIED. Allen Aipheus B. [Attlng, Harriet i. Brown Thomas C. Robinson. Emily L. Halstesd. John J Smith. Wilson W Holland Kdmund M Woodrow. William A. .I,. Man M vi.i.ia' ii Peterson on .Saturday, Nt*? \. inii.'i- :2. int, Mph? us B. Allen, son of the late Btephi n Allen, In his Mst Funeral al his late residence, No. IM Carroll st.. Tuesday, November ?_;. latut. :,t . 30 o'clock p. m. H is requested tnal no ftowers be sent BROWN?AI Woodbridge, N. I. en - urday, November --'. IfU. Thomas C, pon of the late James M. Brown. Fu neral at bis home on Tuesday, Novem? ber :r., at I p. m Carriage will meet Pennsylvania train srrivlng al Wood bridge at IM P? m HAUPTSAD Monday, Navemhar M, ItUL John J. Halst, ad Funeral servie? ..i ins late borne, No. M Lincoln Place, Brooklyn. Wednesday afternoon, No? v. mber -?'>. I o'i lock. Interment at Geneva, N I HOLLAND ?Suddenly, In Cleveland, nhio, l-'alm?.:??! M Holland, on November :'t. 1911 Notice of funeral bereafter. ,i< iv Man Monro? Joy, daughter of Samuel and Mar) Monroe Joy, in Ni w fork City, November 22. interment in Concord, Man LATTING Suddenly, Saturday, Novem? ber "" I'''''? Harriet Emerson, widow ..c John ?I. i.attiii"- snd daughter of the late Rev. Hrown Emerson, 1>. I>. ? siiem. Mase., bi the Mth year of her ,,.,. Bervtc?? et her Ut? residen**?. No :, West 75th st., Tuesday, November :.". at u o'clock ROBINSON -At "'ak Ridge, N. .).. on l-"n ,1hv November O. 1913, Emlli L? daugh? ,,.,.',,1 tn? late Henry and ElUabeCi L Robinson. Funeral services will b? held at St. Paul's church, Rahway. N. J., on Tuesday. Nov.-mber 2a, at 12:3n p. m Interment private. SMITH At his residence, No. !fi7 South "Mountain av.- . Montclatr, N J., Novem bei -''. '*,!:'" u'll"i*"1 W> ?"iinith. Funeral service? "srtll b? held at the First Pree bvt.riati Church, Montelair. Tuesday. November ft at I'M p. m.. on arrival of train b-avitiK Hoboken at 1 :.*? p. m. WOODBOW?On Monday, November IK, \\,\z. v. liban Allen, Infant ?on of Will? iam Btorer and Sarah C Woodmw. In t, rmeat private CKMKTKRIES. THE ?rOODLAWM ( KMETEHT. 23bd St. Ilv Harlem Train and by Troll*-/. Office. 20 Hast 23d St.. N. Y. OFFICES. MAIM OFFICS Na. IM Nawsau ?treet. UPTOWN omen- s"o. l.'nu Breedwas or any A menean District Telegraph Otflce HAItl.KM CKK1CB? No. 157 Ea.t |25th street. No. W3 Went r.'Sth street and No. "Jl'.i West l".'?tl. ?i reel.