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The The Oarrick Theatre tomorrow night nightwill nlgbtill nghtwUI
will ill be 1 > 6 the scene CenOof of the flrst presentation presentationofiMitfbael presentationof presentationofMihI
ofiMitfbael of llIcba1 Mortons iortenacomedy comedy Detective DetectiveSoarkM Detectives
SoarkM s arkes hattie Williams will 11 play the thsihlef thehfrr
ihlef part that of an impulsive ndven ndvenlure ndvconlure
lure loving American girl temporarily temporarilytrmnaplnnted lempomrllytral18llnnted temporarilytrnpinnted I
trmnaplnnted to a typically staid con conf conveiltlonal conve
veatlonal veiltlonal ve tlonal London environment Miss MiMI MieVflhiame
i f Williams will thus return to tho kind kindof kindof kindofizomedy
of comedy med1 that brought her publlo atten attenf attentlo
f tiobflret tlo tIck fll8t Harpart Her part inDoteotlvoSparke inDoteotlvoSparkejg In Dotecttvo Spnrke
5 jg hotaltogether dissimilar to the char characters ch characters r raCfcolll ¬ I
acters asbinned aH lt11ed her when she met success successn
In n The Girl From Maxims and later in inVivians inVivians ir irVivIans
Vivians Punas Her supporting com company company cornpany ¬
pany includes Julian Royoe Edward EdwardMeander EdwardXlcander ward wardX
Meander X Ijouis Massen Frank Burbeck BurbeckJ BurbeckLavid urbeckVavldTorrenco
J David VavldTorrenco Torrenco Owen Baxter Vira ViraStowo ViraStowe Ira Irat
Stowe and Anne Meredith Mr Mortons Mortonscomedy Mortonscotnedy
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i 11 comedy Is entirely of his own invention inventionThis Inv inventionnib ntlon ntlonThllloughrto1
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l success 6U sudcese Cl8S as n a playwright thus far has haslaid hlllli ha hal4Id
i laid in the adaptation of tho works of ofothers o op
> others There arc four acts in Detective DetectiveV DetectiveSparke Detectlve8parkea
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V p 8parkesi > sIts its setting is that of Englands Eoglandsupper Englandsq
< 3 q upper class life It is said to be thick thickwith thickwllh thickwith
with exciting adventure ifi the usual usualdetective usualclet usualdetmctive
detective clet ctlve story For Miss Wllliamss Wllliamssleading Williamleading Williamssleading
leading man Mr Frohman has brought broughtfrom broughtrrom broughtfrom
from London Julian Royce who ho la well wellknown wellI wellknown
known in England from hin frequent frequentappearances frequentappearances freciuentappearanoe8
I appearances as Leading juvenile actor in inV Inflrat Inflret
V first performances pertolt1a ces of Pinero play The TheBtory4llelv Thestoijtelve
I Btoryiwlv the mystery of a wrecked wreckedi
F i 4 balloon which hlch has been 1 > 6en made mdetb the basis basisfor buIt bssifur
t for a notorious scandal and the robbery robberyof bbe1 bbe1I
I of aa English glleh country bouse bouseThe b u uJ ue uerbe
J The Dollar Mark n play by George GeorgeBroadhurst Qe OsorgeJ3rogdhurt rge rgeBroadhurst
Broadhurst will be produced tomorrow tomorrownight tomolTwnight tomorrownIght
night by William A Brady In WallackTheatre Wallack VaL1ackeTheatre all4ckeTheatre >
Theatre The TheconfUct conflict of the playla be between between betwen ¬
tween two men of immense wealth both
In Iulov8 love lovewith with tho th same eame woman The Thepr Theprferred pre preferred preferred ¬
ferred suitor Is ahown as a regarding r his hiswealth hiswealth
Ii wealth we Ub as a trust truatwhlcb which he seeks to ad administer adr actrnleiater ¬
r minister for the general good His rival rivalla rivalIanlmated
la animated by the belief that the pos possession poIII poesession ¬
I session e of wealth entitles the holder to tospecial toipec topecat
special ipec l privileges privilegeeand and the panic paniowhlch which ho hofoments hoG hofoments
G foments f ment with a view vie to crushing the other otherji otherman otherman
ji man Is I aimed aa w miUto ll to reprove the Gov Government Govcmment Oovernment ¬
ernment for laws 1awSrfgulatlng regulating business businessMr
Mr Bradys company includes Pauline PaulineFrederick PAulineFrancee PaulineFrederick
Frederick Frances Ring Selene John Johnson JohnIODDlya JohnmQn ¬
IODDlya son Diva Marolda Alpha Perry By Dyers ByenR DyersRot era eraRobert
Robert R et Warwick Cuyler Hastings HastingsCharles HulingsChdes IhetlngeCnrJa
Charles Lane Clay Clement Haasard HaasardShtjjt HaMard8h HaseardSht
Shtjjt 8h Brinsley Shaw George Wright WrightGeorge WrightT VrightGeorge
T George o orp Backus W I It Pendergast Burke BurkeClrjk BurkeCJUk Burkeclark
clark Ogden Stevens George O Morris Morrisand 1ofomand Mortisand
and HaroldHo HaroldJIoward HaroldJIowardl ward wardIs
l Is iMatrintonya 1 Matrintony MatrIn1onvaFaiIUreranACOmeiy a Failure a ni w come com1Y com1Ybt > 1y 1yC
ij C by Leo Ditrlchstcln will be seen n on Tues Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday ¬
day evening at atthe the Belasco Theatre The Theargbment Therc1m Tb
4 argbment rc1m nt of the play according to David DavidRehtsob Davidf I Ie1
f Rehtsob Fiel e1 ob oo is contained c ntal led In this question questionIf rJue tlon tlontf
If I you o were weret to wake akeup up some morning morningtoflfteover morningto morningtdrvcr
toflfteover to eover that your wife wasnt really reallyyour reallyyour reallyyour
your wife at all what would you do doThe dor dorThe
The 11 very rr best people in Rosedale the theamali theamticountry thesmall
small amticountry country town In which Mr Ditricn Ditricntelu Dltrlcftstehi D1trIcstein
stein has laid the scenes of his comedy comedymake conledymake comedythe
make the Ih discovery that their rgarrlage rgarrlageceremonies Wrrlagecer arrlage
ceremonies cer cer t bhles have not been performed performedstrictly performedstrictly
t strictly according to law and am there therefor thereforelnvalid theref ¬
for forelnvalid f Invalid All sorts of complications complicationsfollow
7 follow and anr the erstwhile husbands and andwives andIV08 andwives
wives make the most paradoxical and andIronic andlronlo andt
t Ironic discoveries not only about each eachother eachtb1r eachy
y other hut themselves hem lvell At first ntth8 the hue hwsbirtrls hl1ahlnds huek
k hands get on n their high horses For Foryears Forymthey Foreare
years ymthey eare they havesubmitted to all sorts of ofpetty oft
I petty t persecutions p neculonllandmore and more or less gvntto gvnttohenpecklng geqt1ehlnpecklnltll gertlot
t henpecklng Now ow hownver that they theydiscover theydiscover I
discover that no legal bonds hold them themthey themthey themthey
they refuse to go back to the old marital maritaljroko maritalTOko maritalyoko
jroko except ex pt under now and Improved Improvedconditions h improvedconditions 1provedoonJIIUons
conditions and stipulations Besides ldeJI he being heIns ¬
3 ing Ins David Relsucos first dramatic offer offerIng olrerlng oflerIng
Ing this season Is Matrimoby a Failure Failurewill FallurewlJ Feflurewilbea1en
will wilbea1en bo also notable as Introducing the theirit thonlit thefIiiL
irit detachment d of the company of ofplayer 0 0player ofplayers
player whom Mr Belasco has been re recnUttog reltk reIQ
IQ cnUttog ltk sfor for more than a year and will willfrdm willtrdm III IIIfr6m
frdm bow on be hknown h known as the David DavidBelasco DavidBeallC Davidr
r Belasco Company Among mong them are areFrank areFrJlnk aret
t 1 Frank ank Worthing w J Ferguson Jane JaneCqwJ JeneC JaneC9wf
CqwJ C I Loulso Mackintosh Anne Suther Sutherlaftd Butherd Sutheriair1
laftd d William Morris Jane Grey and andHelen andIIelen andI1en
Helen Ferguson FergusonrAr FergusonAreene
i rAr Araen ene Lupin a detlCtlve detective play pl y by
Frufcltf FiLcIdeCroIMet F deCrolsset and Maurice Leblanc LeblancwJ LeblancI
4 wJ sjaivo It tre e its l it fIrst tlr t performance j > in English EnglishJ
I I rfJ J drFronOhe d nt1ht Lyceum Theatre noxt Thurs Thursi Th n nd r ri
i A i bight On the same night Charles CharlesFtphman Charlesytphman Charlesc
c Ftphman will also bring out the play in inLtd Ino inJAsdowith
Ltd JAsdowith o < x > with ltb Gerald du Maurier In tho thoclllef thol
u l clllef cl r J part > nrt William Courtenay Sidney
11 It Htrberl and and poris or1s Reino will play the thepJaClpnlcharacters therpalcharaCl4rB thepclpalcliaractare
pJaClpnlcharacters in tho performance performanceThe perr rmaDco rmaDcohe
r he The he company companylncludcs Includes thirty per perDetective PM1i pamboiL
1i boiL iii1JJotectlve Detective plays are n nllk1 naw 4 o w to the thestago theIItJiie
1 stale but ut Anene ArI ne Lupin promises pr mlees to toSow toi9 toI
I liWN Sow i9 the battle of wits between ti tween a thief thiefaid Ibfefa tbefa
a aid a a detective at a new angle The Thethief theii
ii thief le Is one whca success IIU has mad him himbold himII
II > bold that he gives notice of what he heIntends heI heIntends
I Intends Ir tcnds to do and carries out his hi plan In Inspite InapLte inc
c spite of thu warning to his hlflvictlm victim There ThereU
fi U I also a 1 love atollnvolverl stolyinvolvectThe 1ory involved involvedThe
151 The Cohan and anl Harris Harrill Minstrels Minstreiswlth with withGeorge withGeorge
LM George Evans and 100 Honeyboy at atthe attbe atr
r the New York enter upon the last week weeknf eek eekDf
fr nf r their engagement with a big advance advancetale
I t tale The aim of the show is to combine combineLii
Lii r the Ihefun fun and frolic of old time minstrelsy
1 with lth the gorgeoutnpss BII of grand opera operaand operaand operaand
and the speed I ed coherence and interest of ofn
4 n drama In Harry Van Fossen Cohan
A Harris feel they havn discovered a atinging ajc
jc tinging comedian who ho will head his own owncompany ownMmpany owncompany
company some day dayAt dayAt dar darf
f At the Liberty The Florist Shop a
farce adapted from the German by Oliver
Herford has ninny amusing moments momentsIlerford
Hcrford has brought out in his own ownway easy tJ8IIYay
way ay a good feature in the comedy comedythe the
innovation florists shop where money
poured into its coffers by extrava extravagant xtrvajy trva trvatRnt ¬
jy gant men for rornowarefor flowers for their falrfrionds fair frieDds friontha
a really pays forcarnation lingerleAmerican lingerieAmerjI
I Beauty silk hoso ho and otherarticles other articles of
feminine fancy tugged with the names of
flowers flowersfcapcity tlowenri
ri 2 6paclty fcapcity apacIty hotifces are r the rule at the
1 j Cletety tety during these t losing weeks of
J E Dodnonu engagement in Tho Thot
t House Next Door 1 Hartley Mannerss Mannersscftmedy Mannensc Mannersscmedy
cftmedy c medr Mr lr DodRon who is I a studont studontof
of thb mintititc of his art rl has ha kept the
1 players In constant rehearsal in details detailsand detailsand detailsand
and broad effects and as one of them themexpressed themexpressed I ItlJpreued
expressed it recently Doddy has niven I
t C US all tl a pcdtjrrsdtiutfl course cour8lln in acting aclin aclinf I
1 f The e House Next Door handles handleslho the theme themeof the 1
of AngloJewish Intermarriage IntermarriageRingmaster tatennarriagel
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l 4 The Ringmaster r the now American Americandrama Americand
drama d ama of modem finance by Olive Porter PorterIs j ja I I Ii
i Is a being presented at Max Maxine inn Elliotts lIIottslTh i iTheatre iTh
Theatre Th ettre i re It has been surprising to note noteIhe nOleIh
Ihe Interest taken in the drama by women womenlAcatregoers womenneIregoem
l lAcatregoers who seem to be able to tounderstand tounderstand I
understand entirely the stock toe exchange exchangetransaction excbangeI exchangetransaction
I transaction on which the plot pl of the play
t hinges The piece also includes a love lovettory lovei lorece
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The Alhambrn Theatre newly deco deeorated decorated decorated >
rated opens for the season tomorrow tomorrowIt tomorrowi
It will bo under the management mana Kement of Victor VictorWilliams VictorWilliams i
Williams a son of Percy Williams The Thefeatured Thereatured Thefeatured
featured act of the bill will l bJ > 3 Julius Julius3teger JuliusSteger JuliusSteger
Steger and company in a musical dja djamatio cra cramatJo damatlo >
matio playlet entitled The Way to the theHeart theHoeart I IHeart
Heart Mr Steger scarcel needs an anintroduction nnInlroductlon anIntyoduction
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as sbis hIs former offering cfl rlnl The Fifth Corn Cornrnanam Commanament Cornmanciment
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the th Melnotto M lnotte Twin and Clay Cia Smith SmithMartinetU SmithMartlnetUand SmithMartlnetU
MartinetU MartlnetUand and Sylvester Sylve ter two oung joungmen oungmfn oungmen
men who o seem em m to delight in hair hairhrfadth halrhradth hairbreadth
breadth escapee Snyder and Buckley
in Intheir their comedy No Smoking Allowed AllowedPbahtatlo
Phnhtstlo Phantoms a novelty In girl girlacts girlacle girlacts
acts featuring Hilarion and Rosalia Ro AIa
Ceballoa dancers and acrobats the Mac
Naughtona Hill Cherry and Hill and
George Austin Moore In a monologue and andsinging andslnglne andsinging
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four front teeth t < < th In a football game finds findshimeelf findshlrn flndahimself
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his awoethoart Beatrice and is alsobesieged alsobeslegod also alaobesieged
besieged by bill rival The complications complicationsform
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role of Billy BillyAGentleman BIllIA RiU RiUA
Gentleman A F From Mississippi Mississippiremains reo reomaJna yemains ¬
mains in the Bijou Theatre where the the400th thefOOth theooth
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Wednesday night Souvenirs will b bgiven bgiven be begiven
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and Douglas Fairbanks continue in their theirftriglnal tbeir6rlglnat theirOriginal
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ofthe Hudson Theatre TheatreJaa last Monday and andclearly andclearly I Iclearly
clearly demonstrated demonatra that it has lost lostnone loatnone lostnone
none of Its effectiveness if tho applause applauseBestowed applauaebestowed I Ibeetowed
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ment will end on Saturday September 4 4Broadways 4Broadwaysneweetmuslcalcomedy 4Broadway
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Broken Idol begins its second week at atLew atLew athew
Lew Fieldss Lorald Square Theatre to tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow evtaing e ns This musical play Is Isbright Isbright isbright
bright and contains an excellent exoel1entcast cast with withOtis withOtis I IOtlll
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Ing topllners put forward Al Fields Fieldsand Fieldsand Fieldsand
and Dave Lewis return with their enter ¬
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all star band banctof of sixteen masters of melody
will continue another week Herbert
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holdover Joseph Jo eph C Umlth and Ethel Mc
Don lid s Id dancers will offer heir I version of
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present their acrobatic tricks and Bc Ik8nah Ik8nahand J3esnijhand nah nahand
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come those everlaajing everl lng favorites 1 the
Russell Brothers in the Irish Servant
Girls Those who have not yet heard
Jimmy Russell shout Maggie put tho thocow thoco ttiecow
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the songs of the ould sad should immedi immediately ImmediI immediately ¬
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I Princess Rajah In her Cleopatra dance d d4n d4nand noe
and the fourth will be the Broadway
vaudeville va devllle debut d ut of Porter J White hito In a
dramatic interlude Tho Visitor Vicltorment AmuBe Amulment
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Hart colored comedians Bernard the
Italian protean artist Inza and Lorelln Lore
comedy gymnasts IOml1 llts and Whites Dancing
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Ruth St Deniss Hindu temple dance I
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features to his performance The rest
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