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THE SUN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 15 1914.
Paces and 1J FIGURES IN THE PASSING SHOW If ' W 7f III 1 lm ' to liaw (i dcpp ocioloKlonl KlRiilflcnnci.' i concealed nomewhcrc within ltn scenes. The Standard Tlieatro has nt It at traction this week "Tho Yellow Tlckrt," with Klnrcnce Heed actlntr her original loin. IMtvln Ardcn Is In the company playing the part In which John Mason so much dlstliiKiilshcd himself nt the i:itlii',-i' Theatre last ynr. Sydney Hooth Is alo In the caKt. "Within the haw" Is comlnR luck to the llriinx Opera, House t" add some more to its tioU performances III this el.y. Now that the run of the play nt the Klllime Theatre has liecome his toric It would 1ii Interesting to compile u list of the productions of the drama of Itayard Velller's In the other theatres on .Manhattan Island, Itudolf Christians has arrived In this country with twelve new members to iidd to the company at the Irving l'!aci I Tln-alr'. They will lie seen In Schiller's "illelitHn'. Latter" the prelude to1 the famous Walleiixteln trilogy which will he given nt th- theatre Itcglmilng on Wednesday, with "Wallenstvin's Laser'' there will lie acted on Wednes ila .' "Ktirnaelttf und I'iccanle" a little. pla. d.allng with the war of 1ST". WHERE TO DANCE. number of nw dance.". Other acts on the excellent hill will he La SIllo, who will make her American dehut and who Is ulleged to pose In tho near nude; t'onroy and Lemalre In a new skit called "The Xew I'hyslclan": Grace La Hue, Hobby North, Alan Hrooks and com pany and Mr, and Mrs. Cordon Wilde. Clung Ling I-Vo, th famous Chlncso magician, and his company of Orientals wlil he the star attraction this week at llammerstelu's Victoria. Other acts iui the bill will Include Waller C. Kelly, "The Virginia .Indue": ' Stuart, Wllla Holt Wakellekl, Lydla Harry, the Chad wick Trio, the tlijeo ICcatons, Toots I'aka and company, Hoy IVarl, 1'eplno, Lurettl and An(mette anil motion pictures. popular with the patrons of the theatre, detaining only tho makeup employid In (iast seasons, he will present an en tirely new version of the part which Is tho ccrltral llgiiiv In an original bur lesque called "The Hope's Legacy." In cidental to the performance thero will be Introdiicrd u travesty on lironson Howard's war drama "Shenandoah." 5lr. Kelly will play Col. Down ll(ii, Lon Ilascall will appear as llnmlrl limit h Mncrvmlii II imlfjnll, Vincent Mack' und Hiiiry Va.- will travesty Dave Mont gomery ui:tl Prod Stone. Ameta 1'jnes will Imp isoiiato Km Tanguay, .lean Irw'ln will represent Trentlnl, .lames T nlirooki' will give an Imitation of Caruso and Mi.rrelle will appiar as .t ill In ii KltlliKc. i Three Wives" and Winter Garden fame and Sydney Giant, late of the "Tlk-Tok Man of Oss," which ii.i a long ion m New Yolk and Chicago, nnd George Anderson. THE PLAYS THAT LAST. I aler the rosy roof of the Broadway Rice Gardens, the dancing of Lewyulnn and llorteiise .aro Is Inspiring enough JOSEPH CAWTHORN, JULIA SANDERSON W DONM.O BRIAN ot'THE GlRL .FROM UTAHVf jie KHICKERBOCKEE, K'.eunor I'dtiitr the pr!ni.i donra of "Tho Lilac t)omln," the Dlppel npcr.i Comlii'.iv Company s production now running ni the Foriy-l'ounh Street The atre, was liorn September 12, ISM1, in Walkervllle, la." A few months after her liiitli h. r par ents moved to Kai sax City, where lier father engaged In the real estate liul iies. Here she remalnfd until she was 7. Then her father's Interests com pelled him to move to Omaha. Her life la Omaha is what usually falls to a ' young American girl. In her llftt-entli year, while endeavorlr.it to gain a year In her studies, her health broke down, nnd on the recommendation of ph. elans she was taken to Colorado Springs. Col. li to this tlni" she xavo no Indi cation of Ability io lng. The altitude of Colorado, together with outdoor -.- erclse. brought Kick health. One day while rlillnit lier broncho pony on a 'mountain road she was singing a popu lar air. She was st .pperi by two ladles who Inquired her name. "How would you Ilk to learn to sing." asked ons of the ladles, who afterward turned out to be Mine. Ksperanza Garriguc. From this accidental meeting on a mountain trail Kleanor Painter wai started on her, road to fame as ail op Mtl'" artist. Mme. Garriguc and her sister, Alice Mott. both of them well known vooal , teachers in New York, were upending the summer in Colorado Spring. It was through the kindness of these two ladies that Ml I'.iliiler had vocal in struction during their slay of three months In Colorado. "When they left to leturn to New Vnrlc 1 uns rfHviiTitiif.nili.il tn n Mr .I,.s- sup," says Miss I'alnter, "with whom I I studied, off and on. for a j.ur. The progress that I made mterest'-d some friends of mine in Colorado Springs, nnd In order to enable me to pursue my studies further they gave m u benefit. From this Milllcleii! fund,- were raised to bring m.' on io New York. Arriwng herp, I Immediately presenn-d myself. to Mm . Garriguc. 1 told her Just how I was situated tlnancl.illy, and that as soon as 1 made siilllcient progress I mun do something to earn my living. At the end of two months Mme. Gar rlgue took me down to Dr. Parkhurst's church, and out of thirty applicants for a position I was fortunate In being se lected for Uio position of contralto solo ist. Dr. Park hum's brother was the organist and choirmaster. I continued to sing i.t this church while taking les snns. A little while after Mine. Gar riguc broke down through overwork and I was very milch upset. 1 thought I hud lost my opportunity. "One afternoon I met Peicv Hemus, who became my teacher. Much to my surprise, he declared that I was a so prano, and If I would study along that line. I would very likely be able to get into opera, hut I could not keep on sing ing contralto and study soprano. "Through tho kindness of a lady friend who had become Interested In mo I went to Horlln. She made mo an allowance of JfiO a month, out of which I was to pay for my singing les sons and board. The reason 1 decided to study In Germany was because of the opportunities this country offers to n young singer seeking operatic en gagements. It Is the only country where money Is not required to secure a position in opera, "Arriving In Berlin T nought out Mme. Xlkli-ch, the wife nt Arthur Nl klsch, the. famous musician and direc tor, who was visiting Berlin. I ex plained to her that I had 'only $.'0 a month to pay for my lessons, board and room. She laughed and said that I was plucky, nnd would tako me on. Mme, Nlklsch lived In Lelpsle. nnd as this was far removed from the musical centre I felt that, although I wns grateful to itme. Nlklsch for what she has done for ". etlli by being away from Berlin I might be overlooking opportunities that might assist me materially In eurnln-t some extra money, wa sadly In need of this, at It Is quite a task to study and live nnd clothe oneself on $50 ii month, even In Germany. "Through the recommendation of a friend I sought out Hofkappelmelster Hlchard Lowe, who Is famous In Ger many as tho teacher of Kinmy Destlnn nnd Bertram, the barytone, with Lowe I was particularly happy. His family practically ndopted me, and 1 lived as touch In their houso as I did In my ow n pension. It was not alone from Lowe that T received vocal Instruction, hut throusti his wonderful knowledge of opera and Its traditions that 1 learned mnny valuable things iiml lor which I m deeply grateful. "I had been studying with Lowe Jbout ono and a half y.-r when Nor bert Salter, the well known German lm firesarlo, called him on the telephone nd asked If he had an advanced pupil hat ho would llko to present for a liear ng. Mr. Lowe sent mn to lr. Sailer's Amm f The week's bill at the Colonial will Include Harry Fox and .lenr.le Dolly. Martin Brown nnd Hozslk Dolly, who is a twin sister of Jennie: Joseph Howard and Mabel Mc('an, In a new musical revue: P.erl Fltzglbbons, Homer Miles In n new skit called "Am Innocent By stander." James Morton nnd It.ilph Autln In "Sllcce!'s, Frank Whitman, the AjuiiiI brothers and McMahon, Dia mond and Chnplow Pi a novelty called "Tlie Scarecrow." The usual concerts will be ttlterj this afternoon und cc nl UK. Kd.lle Foy anil Ills . en Utile Fov , will be een this week nt the A.hamlua. With him on the bill will lie Julius Sieger In a new sketch ealled "The Warning," George Whiting nnd Sadie Burt, Beit Fluglhhon", Harry Adler and Af.tu Alllne In "A New Idea." the Ku ropean Tumbling Clown-, the Arnau! brothers, .Mart and Fabrlnl. Cotter and Boiilden and the Orpington trio. There will be tie usual conceits this afu-rnoon ai.d evening. "Tango Queens" I the tltl of the or-ganld-illon that will be seen this week at the .Murray Hilt. There Is a long cast that Includes Tom Coyne, Jack Huldi, Jack Martin, lla.en and Neugent. Mabel Leslie. Mabel Baker and Lena Tnlcy. In the vaudeVllle dtvlslrn of the r how Princess X.etnoa will be s-en Ir. an Hgyiitlan dance called "Ten Minutes Among the Pyramid." A spc-lnl feature or the week at tlu Murray Hill will be a tango dancing contest ou Wednesday ulght, when three cash prizes will be awarded the successful contetunts. IN THE BROOKLYN THEATRES. Lew lOlly and the New Behman show will be seen this week at tho Columbia. Mr. Kelly through his characterization tf Prof. Hope has become exceedingly "The Highway of Life." a dramatiza tion by Louis N. Parker of Pickens's "David Coppi'i-lleld." which has de lighted lovers of DVkens at Wallack's Thca:io fin- tli- Inst few weeks, will be seen at the Montaiik Theatre Monday and the balance of the w.eok. Willi mat inees on Wednesday and Saturday. 1 Flits?! SclulT in a comedy with music. "Pietty Mrs. Smith." will com-' to the Brooklyn Majestic Theatre this week from the Casino Theatre. New York. Associated with Miss Si lu ff will be Charlotte Gieenwooii of "Man With I Tlie plays to be seen at the New Yolk I theatns nic: "It Pay- to Advertise" at the Cohan, "Twin Heds" at the Fulton, "The llawi" at the Sliuljeri. ". .fe" at I the Manhattan Opera House. "On Trial" lit the Candler, "Tlie only uirr at ui" Thirty-ninth Street, "Cndcr Cover" nt the fort. "Me. Wu" at the Mr vine Klllott, "The It;-. Me.-." at (hi )ludon Theatre, "Innocent" nt the Fltlngc, "Kick In" at the lieputi! "Dlp'iiniacy" at Hi'- Kmplre. "Pygtmi'.ion" nt the Lib erty Tin aire. "The .Miracle Man" at the Astor. "Outcast" in the I vecum Theatic, "My Lady's Dress" at the P.ayhousc. "The Duly Girl" at the Lyric. "The Phantom Hlval" at the Helan'O, "Daddy Long-legs" at the Gaiety. "That Sort" nt the Harris Theu tre "The Law of the Land'1 at the For- u eighth Street Theatre. "A Pair of Silk Stockings" nt the Little Thentle, "The Murrlace of Columbine" at the Punch nnd Judy Theatre, tin re short plays rt the Princess Theatre, "Whst It Means to u Woman" at the l.ongacie Theatre and "Kxpcrlenee" at the Booth Theatre. The miis.cal plays are ' Casino. "Chin-Chin" nt i "Dancing Around" nt the ileii, Julia Sanderson In "The Girl From I'tali" at the Knickerbocker Theatr. I "Papa's Darling" at the New Amsterdam ;Theatie, and "The l.l'ac Domino" at I the Forty-fourth StreeiThentre. ' Tlie beautiful speetac.o "The Wars of i the World" continues to attract to the Hippodrome larger audiences than .1 has ever held befote. "Suzl" at -he the Globe. Winter Gar- WHITESIDE'S MODEL. Tin- .m.iglnatioii of the net u- .-oiilp-t'ir. painter or musician Is one of l is most, valuable asi-ets, Hy fancying him self to be for the moment the reincar nation of the ancient Chinese pnlloi plier It'll 1,1 Vhnnit, Walker Whitest ' believes that his portrayal of "Mr. Wu has been made doubly effective. He tries to feel that he Is Imbued wl'' the spirit of that erudite Ohlnuuwj. Mental concentration enables the actor to visualize the Chinese scholar. V his mind's eje he pictures to Win t his dlgnlllcil mien, his stately carn.i. ami deep guttural voice. The theatr accessories Utilized by Mr, Whiteside delineating the Chinese mandarin "M Wu" serve to Intensify the feeling tti he Is lenity the man he Is suppieed be. "Getting Into the skin of th p.irt" Is tlie way Whiteside expresses ,i At the makeup table the actor tr m Io feci the subtle glamour of the I1 r Hast gradiinlly einelop him. Tli feeling is Induced III a measure by i , slur's surroundings. Itlch broead' i robes depend from the walls of , s dressings room. Their colors lange fi . . royal .vtllows to mandarin b him 1 there are gorgeous reds, black nnd g,c I From the modern alert man . f a(T Whiteside soon transforms himself ,n the tiustere Chinese autocrat. It u Clmnii of the play "Mr, Wu." He I lleves Mint with the external cluing. I attire goes n mental metiimorplii I Tills ''(. feel' coincident Willi the bi ! Ing of tin1 Chinese tomtoms wl , foretell the rising of the curtain Wh'x guldens lu Kow Linn. , The actor .says that ills point of ,r becomes to u degree Asiatic. Fur i time being Whiteside tries to feel Cli , i I literally. The tragedy of "Mr. Wu" leave- i 'certain depressing mental elTcc t mm. 'i , the actor lliuls Increiislngly iIIIIImu, throw off. It wu- hl, in "The Typ'iouu hi which Mr. Whiteside Impcixma. ' 7 o.cmiwo. n .InpnieM' iliploiuat. Hoi evwr. living In the clean, wind sw.. I places of the open country, ncconip.i". i ! by plenty of exercise, serves to keep the i artist's mind on the qui vlvc. i In' delving about among the . ..l.n. ' prints In the Chinese curio "top s l Whiteside found ,i pictuie of i -i 'Cliine.se philosopher Wu LI Ci i'1'liis print he studies cirefilllv i, i c I making up for the role -if "Mr. Wu" and ibis ioo has it-f Inluioice mi I ic li'tor a AIMEE DALMORES h "r "DAWCINGtA'ROUNO" to tempt others Into following their example. Then there are six Chinese girls to provide tea for the women patrons of the rcsoit. AlMET5 PYNES.-eCbLUMBIA, olllee I arg for him He saal to me, Do you know the "lt,senkavalller"?' I replied, t'l.T I did not, hot I could team It I tudied the part of ,Volc aud I sang fir Hlchard Strauss, the composer, and I". C Whitney, who were then jieekii.g singers for the American tournee. 1 was clne-en with two others to sing that aft'-rnooirln the theatre for him. When it came my time Strauss jumped up and said he would play my accompaniments. Mi. Whitney then wanted t engage me for the part, but Mr. Strauss declared that I had given him a new Idea for tlv title role and that I should sing it. As the American production fell through I was at liberty. Meanwhile my success in securing the engagement with Mr. Whitney brought me a number of other off. rs. From these offers I selected what I considered the best, that with tlu new Deutsches Opera at Berlin. I made my debut in opera in 'Mjdanie Butterfly' in I'sspn with this company and then came to Berlin, where I sang the principal lrle roles, My career at the New Deutsches TJieater was one of hard work and close application, which gave me a most vnlu uble training both as a singer and an actress. I remained with this organi zation for two years. Last summer I was asked by Mr. Dlppel to come to: America, singing prima donna roles with j his opera conilquo company. 1 gladly ncccpted the engagement as it will give me an opportunity to come back to my ; native land. "My experience in Beilin was most happy. Kvery one was exec dlugly kind to me, but I. realized that here in Amer ica the chances for advancement are un limited, and that success In America means moro to an artist than any where else In tho whole world, I want to do bigger things than opera cnmlque and I will never rest satisfied until I show New York what I can do In 'Madame Butterfly.' 'La Hohemc' and other historic roles of modern grand opern." Gene Ilodgklns and Irene Hammond i are the two chief dancers now nt tlie J.trdlu de Danso and' a graceful couple they are. They used during their .sea son at the New Amsterdam Theatre to be at their le.st In the miixlxe, to which they Imparted unusual grace. Miss Hammond Is an Fnglish girl, while Mr. Hodgklns comes from Kentucky. Hos zlka Dolly nnd .Martin Brown are still to bt' seen. Those who like dancing without In terruption even to watching profes sionals may go to the New Amsterdam Theatre, where there, are two orchestras and no paid expfrls to occupy the Moor Those who desire to watch tho French school of dancing ns It la shown by Maurice, who remains the best of the men dancers that New- York has ever seen, nnd observe In Florence Walton a graceful American girl, will find theso attractions at tho Chez Maurice Dancing Hail. For the Simon pure American danc ing girl one should visit Joan Sawyer In tho depths of her IVrslnn Garden, Miss Sawyer has not only evening per formances, but dances with the tea ou Wednesday and Saturday afternoons. THE PLAYS ON THE SCREENS."" OLD PLAYS ON NEW STAGES. Popular Worts Aeteil Alien Tills Week. "The Only Girl" which has already established such a circle of admirers that the llttlo Thirty-ninth Street Theatra cannot hold them Is to be transferred this week to tho moro spacious Lyric, which recently re echoed to tho sound of "Thei Battle Cry." We hope the score of Victor Her bert and the wit of Henry Blossom will make more cheerful music to tlie enrs of the managers. Mr. Herbert will con duct the orchestra on Monday night, which will help make that occasion more auspicious. Lew Fields, who by this arrangement acquiros a new leasn of life, will move to tho Thirty-ninth Street Theatre to act further lu "Tho High Cost of Loving." Frances Starr conies to tlie Grand Opera House this week to appear again In her remarkably subtle and finished Interpretation of the mendacious nnd otherwise .hateful heroine of "The Secret." If anything In tho world could make plausible this play of Henry Bernstein's' It Is the Interpretation given by Aftss Starr nnd the excellent acting of her a&jociutea. Out of Chicago comes "The Traffic," which will he at the New York Theatre lo-iiiorrow night. It Is not Just nut of Chicago. It has been on the road for several months and has even been near this city on several occasions. Hut it never got Into tha heart of tho city nn It will during the present week at the New York. Tho play Is by Hachel 'Marshall and Ollvo Bailey, and Is said I) ruin a TIihI ro rpn nml Snt llenril Here This Week. Tlie theatres which continue to present popular dramas of the film are: Tho Weber Theatre, which still has "Cablrla" tin view; the Broadway Ho-,e Garden, which will continue to offer "Life's Shop Window" indcllnltcl. Claire M'hltl'ey, who was selerteil for the heroine. Is to be at the theatre this week in tlie flesh. The Vltagraph Theatre bus two must Interesting dramas In "Tlie Little Angei of Canyon Creek" and "Two Women." The Strand Theatre has as Its at traction this week "Aristocracy," Hron son Howard's penetrating and dramatic study of social life In tills country. Tyrone Power plays the role acted by Wilton Lackayo In tho original produc tion, Thero were some tine nctoi'H In this play when Charles rrohman pro duced it tlrst at Wallack's with William I'aversham, Blanche Walsh and others famous then In the Important roles. In his Illustrated travel talk at Car negie Hall to-night Dwlght Klmendorf will 'conduct his hearers on a pilgrim mage "Around the Mediterranean." Commencing with a visit to Madeira the course will lead to Tangier, then to Algiers and through the gorges if China to IMillllppevllle, Tunis. Cartilage, and so to Port Said nnd to Cairo, A i short sojourn In the Holy Iand and tho tour Is continued to ancient Kphesii", where will be seen the traditional prison of St. 1 'mil, the tomb of St", Luke and tho great temple of Diana. Then through the Dardanelles, to Constanti nople nnd on to tho Adriatic for glimpses of Corfu anil of beleaguered Cat turn with Its (lord and Its forts. Tim Bay of Naples and Genoa will follow, and then to more familiar scenes at Vlllafranche In the Department of the Alpes-Maritlmes. After a visit to Monte Carlo and the many picturesque resorts along tho Hlvlera de Ponentl tho Iiv turn will close amid the mad gayety of the Carnival of Nlco and th Battle of the Flowers. This travel talk will be repeated to morrow afternoon, and "Northern Ku ropo" will be the subject of next week's discourse. VAUDEVILLE AND BURLESQUE. flensing r.literliiiiioii'iil Offered In the Week Mil ml Theatres. Bessie Clayton, one of tlie best known of the American dancers, will be the leading feature this week nt the Palace. She will ho assisted by Lester Sheehan und six other dancers under the direc tion of Melville Craig-, and will offer a A Mfsl-AIKKTS. A.ML'sKMi:T. tMi'i:Mi;vr Mil M.MIA I AMERICA'S FOREMOST THEATRES AND HITS. UNDER THE DIRECTION OF SAM S. & LEE SHUBER1, INC. 3 ?g kl llwnv A Sol ii s hi V Pliunr, torn I. tiiiiiuliu Mat Tiir , , lain 1 s.a llnl Oil h .Sr.u It A VI Ji, Tit VSklGIt ll.. Ill NT SAiMHAJ l TIlt. Til VSklftlt l'l. Ill ST '.I TN M .VI. ALWAYS THE BEST IN MUSIC AND COMEDY L.rLLiwitJl C I ato lesjc.L.iiDilMC9 RAMVILLC Biggest Of All Sunday Night Bills AI..10I.SON. 11111, VII. 1. 1. III. I. IS. MOW MM) .( MOW- .villi, niilt.s utii i.itv.w n.i.i:. ivii.ou iioi.mi:s. ( II VS. A Mill. l.li: KIM., I.IKM ItWIMls, l Oltl.SI III II' J. Ill 1 1 .I II.N III SIM., .IIIIIN I.. II .- .itii. 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