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THE- SUN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1914.
VHIFFEN Jnf ANN
MUR0OCK. ? "THE
THESE ARE THE PLAYERS.
otra mid C'liinnienf About the
The piny "OuteaHt" by Henry Ilunert
ivle. In which KlKie I'ercuf-on l sii.m
reward her Impatient nilmlrrm. i
odnrrd in London by fieruld du M i i
r and In thf role of Mirlnm, the ivit
st .Tewlfili Klrl, Kthel Levey ninrln ' r
Mt nppearanee as a dramatic nrtist.
Is recorded moreover that her effort i
this occasion were highly succe-cfu".
le llrst act of "Outcan!," which does
t jx'sseps In London the final "k," is
t unlike that of "Paneem 1!.'"
Wlllarfl Mack Is the pl.iywr.sht now
pending. There Is nlwnys a pl.iy
iKht Impending. Often he Is heard of
re before his dramas renrh the Mace
tn h" Is afterward. I'very season
re Is an Impending playwright w';o
y not bp heard of the following year.
. Murk Is the author of 'The Kick
" which has since been renamed
rds of Prey," which Is an old timer,
m liarrymore will act In this. Then
Jen Lowell Ins received a play from
sime author, .lohn Harrymoro Is to
In this play because It was found
t the manuscript of Kdwaril Sheldon
i not suited to the nctor'a needi In
'om MoXatichton, the Knellsh como
a, was Tuc-day eniraKod hy Lew
Ids for ne of the pr.m-lp.il roles In
forthcoming prodiiction of "Suzl."
McXaiiKhton will In- remembered in
le Spring Maid" and "Sweethearts."
principals now Itudude ,Ioo Collins,
the title role; Connie lMUs. Kritr.!
1 Knsiiitr. Hetty Lee, rnr!s '.a France,
n McNuiichton. Lew Ile.rn. Kobert
tt, Melville Stewart, Arthur Ltpn.
hert Clavlon. Itobert Heekmnn and
n Vli:.iMina. There will 1k nn or- '
stra of forty musicians, and the New
k openlnc will bo In about four :
'ood old "Korcet Me Not" has been
veil In London. Miriam Lewes, n
emotional nctrri.n, attempted the
acted always by (lenevieve Ward,
was In tho audience. It would take
v than .ueh a superb performance
Mls Ward save as Snphlr tic Mnhrl
I to breath life Into the drama to
It had dated hopelessly nearly a
re of years aso when Janet Achiip'h
d It at the Madison Square Theatre,
on fliat time Itose Civilian, who
is the Amerl'-an rlKhts to the piece,
occasionally played one act In
idevllle. It Is of rourse only the
:n of the play that hns acred. Its
mntlc content is as valuable as It
!. Iden P.iyne. the KncINh proilueer,
i last seiu-ori was the art director of
1'llie Arts Theatre in OhlonKO, ar
il Tuesday last to ansiime the direc
tor the Little Theatre In Pliiltidelplilii.
-re a programme of llftecn new
erlcan and continental plays has
ti arratiKid. Mr. Payne has hern the
ctor of Miss ' llornim.in's repertory
ip.iny at the (Jalety Theatre In Mon
ster for the p.i-t dozen years. Many
the (!. Hernnrd Shaw. Stanley
iRhton. St. John llankln and Henry
lllll' T.ttlllU tllfl.'U lltlI. Il,dt IiniiiaiiIimI
ler his direction. The season at tho
le Theatre m Philadelphia will bocln t
fictoher 1!. th oompanv havln l'en
mod with Ian Maclnreti, Ida llnmll-!
. Whitford Kane, HdiH HnKlund,,
tills C'ark, M irKO'iite lkrt?. nnd T. 1
Ciilison as the nuoleim. I
'AUDEVILLE AND BURLESQUE. 1
hat Mny lie imii In the Twice n
Mice L.nyd. one of the most popular
the Knalish iniisie hall slnsers, and
in Sawver, the diincer". who has been '
ey ?ntm the iitne for H'voral weeks
nci.ouiit of tliness. will divide tho i
idlir.e honors tbN week .it tho Palace, '
I'er nets on the hill w.l! Include Ituth '
ive, Joe Weteli, Mr. and Mrs. ,11m
e lti'irrv, In a farce comedy I'a'.led i
'he Uuhe"; Hie Hluoletto Twins,
.mklyn Aidell and company, In a
lylet called "The Sulfcrawtle" ; W.
Fields and the (liiudsinlts.
The plenum; hill nt I iimmerst-Mn's 1
ctorla this im oK will have Pat lloonoy
id Marl n Item, liessle Wynn, Chip
id Marble, "The t;irl .'rmii Atlintlc
ty." who was found sminir on the'
uidwa.U .iiiil who v ill m.iUe her Now
irl; debut, ('apt. Loulf Sorclum's fjreat
op Sea D.vei-h. tii-ne llo.bjUlns nnd'
ene I biiiimolid W 1 le Wiston (ieortte
Moie'unil Mi Mr- Mori-. Alui-
i Hoiy ,n. I I.e. Uu- M.tnhatlan
'lo iiriem.i .1 e Kennedy jnd com
ly mm in pit i nrrs
Mr nnd Mrs Carter De Haven will be
en ' wcelt it ihe t'olonial, where
" ?,m , trJ 7 . ' . . ' 1 v I Til 111 II iHfe
they will proM-nt for the first time in
New Yotk a new act In four scenes
called 'The Masher." ruber acts nn the
bill will include Adele Ultchle, V;: M.
Crossy anil Itlanche Uayne in "The .Man
Who Iteruembered"; Fr.incls Dooley
and torrlne Sales, Jack Ityan and
Harry Tiemiey, the Hnnlon Hrothers
and company In the pantomimic ab
surdity called "Mr. I.llywhlte's Dream";
Lucy (lllette. Harry 11. Lester nnd Vnn
dlnoff and Louie. There will )? con
certs this afternoon and evenlnp
Harry Hoiidlni, the handcuff man. Is
hnek In New York and will be seen this
week at the Alluimbra, where ho will
show a number of new tricks. Others
on the bill will bp James and Honnle
Thornton, Kdna Auc, a musical pbylet
OA led "On the School Playgrounds,"
which will be played by ten Juveniles;
James C. Morton nnd Halph Austin,
111,.. nn4 l....ln.. T l.n1 Mn.
Clallen nnd Carson"nnd V,etro. There ,
will be afternoon and evenlnp; concerts
Adelaide and Hughes, the dancers, nnd
Nat M. Wills, the "Happy Tramp," will
divide the headline honors this week
at the ltoyal. Tho rest of the prosramme '
will be provided by llert La Mont and I
his cowboys, (lus Van and Joe Schcnck, '
Lottie Collins, Jr., fiallaKher nnd Car
lln, Ma and Mabel Kord, the La Toy ,
brothers and Mile. Dorln, There wlil '
be concerts' this nftornnon nnd eve-'
originated In the mind of Dorr i:. Kens
"The Trocndero Hiirlcsquors" will he ' ley, who believed that boys would take
seen at the Columbia this week In a a kroner Interest In thlnna political If
now two act biirlesiiup written by Frank 1 they were Riven a voice In their gov
I'liuiey, called "Tho Lfu-end of tho I eminent.
Itliiu." Tlie music was composed by
llarty L. Alford. and Leon Krrol Is re.
sponsible for the sIiiro management,
The scene of tho first act l.f laid nt
Newport and the s'cond act shows a
boat landing on tho river (binges and
a market place nt Cawnpore, Indln. Tho
author. Mr. Kinney, will he seen In the I Ilertha Kallch In "Mnrta nf the Low
princlpal part, nnd ho will have thellnnds" will be tho attraction at the
assistance nf several of the most prom!- ' Strand Theatre this week. Tho scenes
nent and popular performers In bur-' for Angel (litlmera's play were posed
lesinif. among them being Sam J. In Cuba In order that the southern at
Adnmti, Florence llennett, Minnie mosphern there might bo reproduced. A
Ilurke. John I'. C.rlffith, Krncst Klsher Keystone comedy, scomo and scientific
mm inimi iuiiei'.
"Tho Ailto fllrls" will bo the nttrnc
lion tb.s week at tho Murray Hill, pre
senting a two act burlesque- called "Ikey
and Sciimu'.ky In n Mllllnnalrn's Jail."'
Tho organization boasts tho posn-Milon !
of thro' star performers, Harry Marks Lp
Stewnrt, .Inmes ,1. Lake and Carol
Scbtodrr, and they will be aided by
Harry Sevmour, Salllo Stewart, Made., Tho Hrondway llosn Harden, In nihil
line Webb. F. Francis, Illlllo Hallman I tlon to Its wonderful submnrlnn plc
and (lecirgo Walker liesldes the custo-1 tures on onn sldn of the building, has
mary cboru.t of girls. A long and varied Its dancing room on the Seventh nve.
vaudevlll- programme will be given In- nue end. Tlmre the tea dances will
cldental tn the performance of the bur- j begin at I o'clock to-morrow afternoon
les'ipie. It is headed by Krnncls Flllott, and will be continued every week day.
mil Mile. Laro and Mons. ICknl, who i
will be seen in a one art Pnrlslnn nan
tomlme cnlled "The Girt with tho Hod
THE PLAYS ON THE SCREENS.
Nnelllis anil tlldor SneiM'snrs Tlint
Vro still lit He Sep,, fm r,
The Kiiccessful tllm pliivs that are I
st II lo he wllliisi-eil hero ate: "Cablrln"
nt the (l.oie Tlientte, "Ireland as n
Nitiliiii'' which Is not only Instructive
but brniiifiil. nt the Korty-fourth Street
Theatre, "Tho Wlnksomn Widow" nnd
113" r.t the Vllngraph Theatre, nnd tho
lieautlful Mibmarlne pictures
Hroadwny Hose (Jardens.
nt the .
Oscar llammensteln, while hlKwim,'
the llmst of ihe movlmj picture pluys
at the Lexington Avenue Opera llotise.
also provides a most elaborate miu lcal
programme. Whole acts from ojperns
are jjlvon in costume. "A Pnnio
India" will be seen there this week.
A report has been confirmed hero
I that the twen:y-year-eld boy Mayno of
' Portland. Kimono J. Kloh, has rclln
' (luifhcd somrwhnt the dignity of bin
' ollice and h.is become a movie nctnr.
I'or several months It had been rumored
nbout throuch political and social circles
that the youns Mayor had contemplated
acceptinc; a proposition made him by
t an Iaemmle, president of the rnlver
sal Kilm Manufacturlnu; Company, hut
it was not learned until yesterday that
,hnnn"',h1",11 Hoo,n ,,ol!v"fly """"I
Mayor Hich enjoys the .tun ills
tlncllon of hln(r the youncs' Mnyor In
the world. He has under him a council
of four commissioners, a set rotary, an
nudltor, two Judges and n police de.
pnrtment of more thnn fifty members.
I'pon them devolves the dutlf.i of at
tending to the misdemeanors nnd trivial
slips of the yountrcr Kenenitlnn of the
city. In view of tho fact that there Is no
other such otllcen In tho world this par
ticular Instance presents a marked In
terest. This novel method used In Interest
ing the youth of the city In civic affairs
Mayor Itlch has made a visit to Los
AiiKolos, where the movie Is belnc taken.
The picture Is to be called "The liny
Mayor" nnd, according tn Director Me
lt te, will depict the life of the new
etouii'H ttiiii pictures or me war ap
peal to inn eye, while there Is a sym
plwny concert for the delight of the
WHERE TO DANCE.
Hut Sit Mill it n, W n tel. Other
Do I ho Work.
There will be a special dinner served
nt fi:3n nt which llaron von llensel will
sing folk songs. M.ircolla AIIiim will
sing during the nfternoon dances,
Hono and HobertH, the whirlwind
dancers, will bo seen In "Tho Pierrot
Prance," the Misses Herndon nnd
lAlnsllo Lnmhert will do the so-cnll'd
"Pavlnwa (iavotle" and (irafton 'n.
Km ,..,, ,m nnlw nn( ntnr
"aneos, I neie were iinlnty pearl pins
tor the dancers yesterday atternoon;
Joan Sawyer will open her Persian
Harijen to-morrow evening with Nigel
Tlnrrln ns her flawing partner. The.
dancing floor of this room haa been
enlarged anil there Is n new system of
llKlitiii'j. Miss Sawyer and Mr. H.irrlc
are show.nK a special fox trot of their
C.nrden of Dancing Is Indeed a correet 1
name for the hall nn top of the Ni w i
York Tbenire. There tho prlnclpil!
dancers, professional and ntherwlie. of
this city gather every night tn watch
ie proiess.ona.s occnsio m.iy uik
',l ,!,rr..",",,S"1V7; lACuyn V.
Jack C ford are the lead ng nttrac.lons
on he bill at Present although Lewis '
Sloden nnl Honnle (.lass have many ,
admirers The arransement which Mr.
Snowdeti has made of he fox trot.
which he .-all-, the Jardln do Danse
trot. Is ns graceful as a tango, avoids I
all the leaping and jumping Into the ,
air and Is more applnuded every night ;
other dance on tho pro-
Many of the audience which wltnesed
"Tho Little Cafe" nt the New Amster
dam Theatre last night nsrended later
lo the .legfeld D.inio de Follies. There
Is dancing there every night with music
by two orchestras,
THE WEEK'S CHANGES.
W, .e SU,,- Tbea.r., Will
Ilnte on View This W'rrU. company; Dainty Mnrle, Lyons nnd
The (Irand opera House will be tho'Yo''C0' J'"iro and Yatrsnd other well
destination of "The Dummy," which hns!,,mmn m'tor " lure for the public,
been prosperous for so long at the ,
Hudson Theatre. Tim same excellent ! ,.r.t,ylv,Mrr hP'iaeffcr will be the leading
cast, with F.rnest Truex and Jane o.ikcr l I,"'p''" Programme nt the IJiihIi
as well ns the Imperturbable Rdward )'CK . ",r",tr'' w,,p. which means
Fills, will be seen In the cast. The pro-! ",nt wl" Klvo ten of hln wonderful
iliictlon will be seen just ns It was at J ''hU'ltlons of virtuosity, which have
the lludaui Theatre for the past sK I "'I f-ensntlon pf the decade
months, viiu.IpvHlo. In nddltlon to this actor
The Stand.nd Thentre. which has 1 ! lrro w" '"; Ummet Devny, Mao West,
proved to be Just what the middle West' ',"t"'r "tviland and Allro Tliornton,
Side needed, will hnvo "To-dny" ns Its I'"""""" "arris and the Astalrcs
drama thin week. This drama of New i "n 1,10 Proprnintne.
York life has nlready put a year of
Ilfo In New York to Its credit, but Its tro -ever Mllre "Tho Man
reappearance In 1he combination the-1 ""' rW will be acted by Minnie
aires shows there Is still a ilemnnd to ' ' "'Preo at the Prospect Theatre this
see it. There will be the same escel- "'i 'r , 's n" f"01'1'1" work and serves
lent enst. with Mnrle Waltiwrlght. Ma-1 J ,"'s , 1 l,l,,)r'l W1,11- 'tolfe's "Lonesome
thlldn Cottrelly. Kdward llreesr and on Tllzer and Lord, Haw-
Kthel Valontlne In tlmlr original roles. ,M"rno, Lngllsh, the Langdms, Kd
ltudolf Christians will bo buck In I '""n"'. -'ornlll and (lillctto and
this country within n few weeks and
will bring with him some nctors to
take the plnro of the members of tho
Irving Plnce Thentre enmpnny who
hnve gone to the front. In tho mean
time many of the old favorites of the
organization will be peon In a varied
repertoire. On Wednesday, "Stein
unter Stein," by Hermann Sudernvinn,
will be ncted for the (lrsr time here.
BROOKLYN'S GOOD PLAYS.
Wltnt Is to Hp .Sppii There This
The Majestic Theatre will this week
liavo "A Pair of HIxch" as Its attraction.
IMwnrd Peplc's amusing fnrco had a
long run at tho Longacro Theatre and
is well worth seeing. In nceordanro
with the policy of tho Mnjestle the
company will be tho. same tlmt made
tho success of the farce In this city.
Therefore Halph llerz, Halo 1 1, million,
Frit. William", .l.rtle Taiinehlll, Klls.
nheth Nelson and Miiudo Kdiirne will
bo seeh In their original roles. The
engagement Is for mm wool; onlv
Tho Monlnuk Theatre has a flenrgo
M. Cohnii play this week, which inennii
that Urooklyn will turn out to support
what 1 certnln to lu an enjoyable per
formance. Thcro Is an excellent com
pany to play "Seven Keys to Baldpnte,"
li nVt wnm vwYniilar mr lnnir tinrn nr llie
Alitor Theatre. In tho cast will he
Oeorpe Parsona, Joseph Allen, Edftnrl
Halstead, Carleton Macy, Jrnnnette;
Horton, Eva Francis and others.
THE NEWARK THEATRE.
What lm to Tie Been There TltU
Julian Bltlnee, who has been play-
lnK In New York nlnce his aueremfiil
encasement nt thu Knickerbocker Then-1
tro lost eprlns, comes to the Newark
Theatre for nn ensaRement this week. 1
"The Crinoline C.lrl" was liked by nil J
who Saw the mimical play ilnrintr It" I
Nevy York enKnRetucnt and tho com-
puny xupportlng Mr. KltiiiKC Is until to
be of tho hlKhest quality.
THE PLAYS THAT LAST.
The plays to be een In the New York
theatres are "It Pays to Advertise" at
the Cohan, "Twin HeuV" at the Fulton,
"Tho Hawk" nt the Sliuhcrt, "The Story
of the ltosary" at tho Manhattan Opera
"SEVEM KEYS TO BALDPATE
.House, "Uu Trial" at the Candler. "The
llc.irt of :i Thief at the Hudson. 'The
Third Party" at the Thirty-uintli Street,
I "I'mler Cover" at tho Cort. What Is
Love" nt the Maxlne Klllolt. "Innocent"
at tho Kltlnce, "Tho Hieh Cost of l.nv
ItiK" at tho Itepnbllo. "The Prodlirril Hus-
bsnd" nt tho Kmplre. "Tlio M.raolf M in"
int tho Astor, "The liciiutlfid Ailven
jture" at the Lyceum Theatre. "Ho
Comes l'p SmllliiK" at tho l.lherty and
I "My Lady's Dress" at the Playhouse.
Tlie musVal plays are "Pretty Mrs.
Smith" nt the Casino and Julia Sander
son m "The Girl Prom 1'tnh" at the
lleniilli'K of lt Sipctiitp
true l l.nruo A inlloiifra.
j, . ,,, , r,IP..ln)nt , 0
' t the lllppodror wbl?h
v,.ls ,)raotl(MlIy .,;', 1
rf.Vous performances there had been
supplied with a story running through
thp tnHonx. Hut "The Wnrs of lie
World" maintains the Interest of the
vnB, n, ,,. H,piOI,romr s
sntvtnele ever l!,i m , .,. ti.,.
,lnt attributed to Us sheer bo-nit v but
lo tho Interesting timeline.., ,,f i.. ...i
jcii aim tne variety which Arthur
Voegtlln hns Imparted to the perform- I
ance. Then there are the athletes, the
clowns and tho dancers to add to tho
interest of tho piny.
VARIETY IN BROOKLYN.
In Hp Soph
The Orphnim will hnve thi. .-t.
Arthur Itarrett will also lm seen there.
The Brooklyn home of burlesque Is
certainly the Star, and tho nntertaln
ments there maintain a high average
of fun nnd benuty. This week It will
be the High Hollers; who are well known
burlesque entertainers, and they will
have the aflslance of Kyr.t, the dancer.
QUEER FOX INDUSTRIES.
WsitiNoTov, on. n Writing from
Chnrlottetown, Prince Kdward Island,
Consul Livingston T. Mays says:
"Few of tho fo companies In Prince
IMw.inl Island that own foxes are offer
ing stock for sale to American Investors.
Most nf (lie companies that offer slock
liuve li.istd their capitalization on options
only and own no fones. In many cases a
very careful reading of advertising mutt-r
and thorough Investigation are nccuoim'tr
to discover this fact
"These, companies have paid In p,.,.
cent on options for fines for future ,1
livery, at prVes ranging from flti.nno
to s:n,"0ft a p-tir. nnd nftcr appropii
titlng certain oilier stock for onr.ituiii
tlon and promotion have offered th hull:
of their stock for sale In th Civied
States, expecting to pay back the amount
Invested If enough Is not sold to com
pleto tll purchnss of tho' foxes. In ex-
Dally, 25-50 & 75c
BROADWAY Atio 47T"5TRFET
A Itojal "Welcome llnme" to tho I'.itare.
JOAN SAWYERALICE LLOYD
AWcrl Iiy N'I(!i:i. tlAItltin In new wrlf of Iceland' Daintier inrt .Mont Portlier rum..
MOlll'II.V IIA1.I.HOOM DANCIM, illenni- Sin gin it Krw Soni
Till! KM I NT! NT
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FRANKLYN ARDELL and COMPANY
(tjitr feature nt 'Till' t'AMII.V Ct'l'IlOAlIin prrm-ntlni; "Till: St'lTltAfirnr "
MR. & MRS. JIMMIE BARRY I THE GAUDSMITS "
Prr mlne "1HI lit IIP " ..I :' TNTIIIC I I.OU s
RUTH ROYE W. C. FIELDS
pkinci.ss or itAcrriMi " tup .hii.knt in moi ist
Theatre and Dame Dc Pierrette
ll'uay A UilM , 4 tlrntu rtly .! SJO.S.oaip.m
Greatest Motion Picture Sensation
'Art Shown nn Ilrnmlnnr
With the Wllllnmon Kulnrnrlne I xprilttlnn
FIRST AND ONLY
Submarine Motion Pictures
DANSE DE PIERRETTE
DlntriK, ItnnHnx, IMlutitful MuMr.
l'rnnk MrKr' ,Stip Orcliilrn.
Sprrlnl Aflrnwmn 'Irn nnd Onnrlne.
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Tnccllicr wiih Ml ITIill OIH HI'STItA.
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suit Thr (ilrl with the ltd Ilov)
Coiinlr Slnrr I ilili'j N'k'lil.
A. H. WOODS Presents
In His Greatest Success
The Crinoline Girl"
A Melodramatic Mystery Parcc
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tretnely few enncs have the eompnnlei
nssets that will guarantee this return
after the in per fill, alrcrly paid on p.
tlons has been lost by failure. I
"The, effect of tho war In lluropo has '
been to ruder exlrenuly doubtful ihn'
ability of these companies to sell enough
stock to complete their options and pur
chases, loiiM'iiin nily they are malt in;
desperate clToits to sell Hock lit tl-e
I'nlUd States, wheio Investors are not
itifornitd of the facts.
"Tho fmt tliat the fox companies ' i
aetU.llly OW 'I foveu Ii.im tlieir eititlt'iM
tlon and proui'sii of marvellous divide' Is
on the pi impei t of srlllng to the umii.t- ,
nica tiiat own options oriy. nt prices ",i ,g
Ing from iit,ono to ?o,onn a pair, w.li
seriously cripple them when the option
companies fall to fulfil their contracts."
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