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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, .1915. 4- I. W.W.'S STILL HOLD jlciiiln'i's of rneniployod Union UcfiiM' t( Hood I'l'slnfrs of Miss Kny. WON'T (SO TO Y. M. C. A. ALICE IN WONDERLAND" AGAIN IS IN STAGELAND, i Th uuenii'los'cd of the I, V. "s Un J ,mp!'"' t nlon No. t, New York city,' ire n Voseslon of the hall at! If B.ist I'oily-seconl street last night "l,yn,io the ill King of Miss Hlliabeth ' fds. nli'' conducts services there, that ! they so ,W!1' f"r night, preferably to tli" Young Men's Christian Assocln-1 tion Cnder th guidance of Theodore Tree-; mm the forty men iiml youths who hal lkf 1 into Miss Kay's meeting on Mon Aiv mirhi and announced that they 'rtn'i going out. spent ult yesterday nt ths hill They held a meeting In the iftf n.v'ii to decide u bo lit staying longer or n""' Hosatd Si'hnurner, said to have teen reporter for tin- Boston Trrtnsrrtnf be. ffre lie Joined the New York linem ji'.ced. took a strong stand for moving out Mis too had Just been over to ts h.r.l with i compromle offer It wm thin- If "tho bos" would not out .he would tit out tho upper floor with 1 AO co for the. unemployed of the teslon round about. These cots were! net to be for 1. VV W.'s. however. "Let us get out and then wo can erjjrrfze the fellows who come to sleep :re. pleaded KcluturTlcr. "That's the iuv to reach the hotel workers and set I them to Join us " j Krefin.in and others preferred , bed 1 for the night to so Indefinite a prospect I of swelling uneniployi-d rank. At last j committee of three whs appointed to rail on Mim Kay nt her olllcc. 1" West Fort -second street. The upshot of tho conference was Miss Kay's announce, mcnt that the would hold u meeting at rl;ht. as usual, and would tho uncm ployed plcas not trespass further on htr hoipltallty? .InUr With Policeman. All hand reassembled In the hall and tstig a few songs of the revolution. Onec In n while a policeman came In ard Joktil them. Schuuttlcr sot disgusted and svmt awa. Small boys, emerging from t.ie public school next door, opened the door and yelled "I won't work!" Thtn th-y tan. .V-'cm the street is the bis parish house and clinic of St. Bartholomew's Chui' When Mini Kay's lull was tint bui'i I was constructed for a picture theatre H la raid St Bartholomew's opposed that. Anyway the picture Sows ended and .Miss Kay. who Is .Miss Kay and not Miss Knopr by court per ir.'Mion, Knopf being hard for some folks to pr mounce, took tho hall for her lull) Temple services. These she con- ducts ti unison with the WorM Plan ihad-.l'f "devoted to the Idea of one God. one 1 l.tj'. one State." M.ss Ka also has what she calls i Ti" I'l.iecful Army," which she de-Tb'- a .in endeavor to form a non. ' ni iir' i' m-partWaii. fociised Itistru-' r i - mr.g impular demand through l,ii'.. i' with Immediate action." s' c appeareil last night at S o'clock ' to n i l nei tini.il Daily Temple setvlce i an I found the unemployed ranged In j the ira Most of llicm had a sand-' i 'i f suppe-. Tin- money to buy ra: 'w ies had been acquired by gift ud-'i.- i'k day or actually earned, as ii 1 photographer paid them fifty uw- f t 1 well posed picture. ihllll Ph ., ''(fht ' - M :tv j". i , a y Pq)iDpRl4Ate (jllARAHTEE ITS Itenisen .St.. llronkl.rn, N. March 32, HI IS. At the annual election for UlrectnM of lhl C'ninpsnr, held till dttr. the fill Inning were (Inly elected lllrector fur the en.ulnu jrr 1 frank Mailer. Clarence II Kelsey, Thunius K. IIAlfe. ItnnnUI II. Macdonnld, Cliarlta M. II row 11 Alfred U. MntllUif, eater f'.llush, William f. Patterson, .lullin T. Davie. fttilerlck Potter. William I., tie Unit, 1'. lie Hbm Mmonson, l(l hard M. Hoe. .Inlin W Sterllnif, . eorseS. Inernham, l'i-ll M. Warburtr, Itenmen Johnson, Kill I). WlllliaiJ. Uartlu Jnost. Itoucll II. Woodward. At a ulieitirnt meeting of the Hoard the nlliiwliiBMrlcersereiinaiitinoiily elected ! Clarence II. If eley . President Martin Joojt.. Vlce-I'rcfldcnt ranK nancy. snn vrre urn. jiKr. John I.. Sliernood. Joseph 11 want Clinton I). Iliirillrk Ullllamll.daike. ItarnlilW Hint.. Itamlall Salhlmry Prank i;. Hurley . Kiljar I. lllllar-. llerliett C. Ilothwell. .'inl Vlce-I'rejldcnt Ith vicc-rresuiciii Treasurer Sectitar' Aatlatant Treasurer As'ntaDt Sectewry Assistant Heerttiiry Asaltlant Secretary AsMsUnt Secretary WILLIAM II. CLAHKi:, Secretary ELECTRICITY RATES HELD UNDULY HIGH CHy Club Commitlfo Reports Chnrcres to Consumers Are Discriminntory. MOXOl'OIY THK EXCUSE KALISCH NEVER TO BLAZE IN ELECTRIC SIGNS AGAIN Actress Drops "Mme. Bertha" and Letter "S" From Name, Getting Jump on Many Others Upon Whom Bernhardt Mantle Has Fallen. Frank Stirling and Vivian Lobin in "Alice in Wonderland "Alice In Wonderland" At the nooth Theatre. Itev. Lewis Carroll .... frank Stirling Alice Iled Queen White Queen White llabblt.... Humpty Dumpty. Gryphon Mock Turtle Mad Halter , March llara Dormouse frog foot Man.. Duchefa Cheshire Ct . . . King of Hearts.. Queen of Hearte ..Vlxlan Tohln , .florence Ls Clercq llernlce Golden Tommy Tobln Alfred Donohoe ...fret! W Permatn Oeortrey Stein (leorfrey stein ,...fred W. I'ermatn J (tunnts Davis .. Walter Klngsford i;enon Illshop Alfred I'onotine . . .fre.ierlck Annerly . .W'lnltre.l Hantev Knave of Hearts, .foxhall Dalncerneld Caterpillar Walter Klngsford Two of Spades Joe Barlow flva of Spades W. Rott Sevan of Spades John A. Hlce The offlcls.1 historian of Itooth'a Theatre has acquired all the facts con cerning the history of the new play seen there last night, which was a ver sion of Lewis Carroll's classic "Alice In 'Wonderland." He did not mention A commltt" appointed by the City Club to ItiVi-stlR.ite electric IlKhllni; has reported that tho ratos paid by tho city for street llRhtlns are unduly high, that the methods In tiso In the strict. have not kept pace with the time and that rates to prlvato consumers tire "dis criminatory, unnecessarily complex and especially hurdennomo to the consumer of small quantities" of current. The report, which was made on De cember 31 laat but not Klven out until yesterday, says that tho rnte for "trect UshtlnK by arc llchts has been held up to within 10 per cent, of the maximum price tlxed by law and that the In creased efficiency of tho Mazda lamp has not resulted In tho proper amount of bent-lit to the rtty. . , . ., ... i, 1 I 1 ne aui nor Hire, ui" ni'uii mj", whole performance than Its Individual 1 ..cont(mi that tiny are powerless to ob detaJls that delimited tho spectators any mnl(.rl,,i , : mine In the rates last niht. but It would be unfair no! , hfl.lU)ie, ot tne , omplete monopoly "f the to mention the naturalness with which upliiy of clertrh- ty and Ras whl;h llttlo Vivian Tobln played tho heroine, ,!,.., imt,ilc btddim; etitlM-l usoless " and the entire lack of ndf-consclousness TnL, emmlttee reiHimmenjN that the with which she moved thunugh the , CUb rrfur).t tho Maur to prosivute In varlod episodes of her dream. All tho fOr0 the I'uhllc Service Commission a actors were dipablo of presenting the demand for lower rates for municipal Illusion of the fantastic figures of th Ughtlni:. play; ajid thero could be no higher On the question of current sold to prl- praliw ror tno representation. .miss vate conumeri the rnport ss tlorstenberg and her (uwoelates accom plished a difficult task most creditably. PICTURE HOUSES HAVE ELABORATE FILMS Mme. Ucrtha Kallsch has disappeared forever, or will at least Just as soon is Madame sees fit, which probabiy will be within n few days, to an nounce publicly, "TO My Friends: Henceforth I'lease Call Mo Kullch Just K-a-l-l-o-li." And from those thrifty lads who tnaUo and rent to theatre managers the big Incandescent bulb studded block letters that aro used to spell out the names of stars and attractions over theatre entrances there has begun to swell forth (as tha electric light tads note tho growing tendency of stage stars tn tiso only ono name) a roar ot p-Mn almot as loud as the shout of Joy they gao one day a few seasons ago when somebody sold a play nailed, "The fool Hath Said In His Heart. "There la No God !' "which was the greatest day In tho Broadway electric light business. Mrs. KallhCh goes loo far by far," wept Johnny Monk, olectrlc loiter typ6 s.ettor at tho l'.ilacc Theatre yesterday afternoon to tld Mr. Kingsley. "It's bad enough for her to dtop the M-m-e-period and tho H-c-r-t-h-a. but whynell kick tho good letter S out of tho last name too?" The answer to a part of Johnny Monk's (tuotlon Is that with Mndjeska, Hcjanc, Sldd'Uis and other artists who wrote their name In one, now hut trn.ni- orles and with little llkellhoJd of the crtat Hcrnhardt over a-ppearlng on Hroadu iy again, twne one of tho mm up'in whoso shoulders the HoJane-Hern-hardt mantle has fallen must step right forward and take their places When Mme. Kal when Kallch makes hr entrance at tho I'alacr next week therefore In Osslp Oymow's playlet. "The Victim." only the iihw name will dec- 1 orate the itre tacado and programme. Thus Madame will bavo the Jump on Miss Tnxle Krlganza. Mis Maggie. I'lme and others. Fur Miss Frigani.i I said tn her dressing room at Hammer stfin'n a fortnight or so ago that she had it all framed up to resume merely the last pait of the old Huguenot fain ll name she was known by In her school dins ill Uhlo. Miss Fnsanxa is to be I blU'd simply as O Callahan, dropping the iJelia entirely. I Miss Flounce and Miss Mary an- nounM that they Intend to toss a coin to set' which slater lns the privilege I of succeeding Bernhardt merely as , "Nash." Thereupon Jack Ilirrymore was lilt with un Idea that appealed to his sp rtmg blood. Jack and Lionel and Sister Kthel will. If they follow Jack's adlce. much pennies, odd man out, tin til tho mlght'.y questloo Is decided as to which member of tho family Is to be kti"n henceforth simply as H.irrymore. one thing that has been overlooked Is that Hairy Kelly's dog In "Watch Your Si' p" lone ago bnat all other Hroadway P'-fnrm r. to the new fashion. Kelly's K has always ecu Known simply ai 'Have comes up and demands money? yo th' rlnt Thin out e go from Aristotle and all the rest of tin1 (Ireeks down to Ch'iny Olcott, the gallery aye. and the stall too expect, demand, that the stage Irishman heio smack tho heel of his hand through tho money grabbing spalpeen, hitting hlni fair betwrcn his 'rlnt' and his 'Thin.' Tom Iigan was but following HsthMIo form." NEWS OF THE HOTELS IN LENTEN PERIOD I, citcr ifcccivpd af Clnriiljre Tcllx Mow Anstrin Fills flnps in Army. A letter received by Theodore H. riauer, assistant manager of tne Hotel And Clarldg. . throws lnteretlng right on how th Aulro-Huiigarlaii Oovcrnment tills th'i gap In Its army. It Mates that tho men between the ages of 21 and 41! who have, been rejected at the regular medical examinations arc now called tn for reexamination ami If found by the military medical examiners to he of suffi cient strength to do military service I they are called to the colors, i It also state that whlln there Is an I extraordinary Increase In the price of POSTMASTER GIVES BAIL IN GIRL'S SUIT Joseph Kennedy of llohoke.u Admits He I'aid Money to Knfhryn Leslie, Another very young and tremendously Impressive looking lefutatlon has come along or will this afternoon at tho Cort Theatre to put a kink In thn accepted Hroadway notion that n heglnner can't get a hearing on tho stage unless her middle name Is Full. The young lady Ir. question who Is go ing to get hor Hroadway chance thl aflernoon lacks not only any sort of mid dle name but so.ms to be all out ot sur names also. She I. Miss Clara I,miln and shfl Is the eighteen-year-old daugh ter of an official on the Northern I'aclflc road who llvos In Seattle, where Clara Louise halls from. all foodstuffs there I hardly any change In tho ordinary life of tho people. The k-ltcr was mailed Iron) Budapest on February li and took thlrt-oue days to reach here. 12. I. Bnmda of Lima, I'erit. Secre tary of the Legation at Madrid, Is at the Hotel Knickerbocker with his brother, Alex Ilarreda He Is awaiting advice as to the t-afest way to reach his post. The English Dramatic Association of Princeton will present tho three act com 1 edy drama "Candida," by Bernard Shaw, I In thn srraml ballroom of tho Plaza on At to-day's matinee she will step Into I Haturday evening. tne leaning part in an an season success, Hoi Cooper -Megrue'w the Cort. 'Under Cover," at Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Brandroth. with I Mlm Paulino and Comtney Brandrcth, who have made their winter home at tho Hotel Kniekerboeker. have, reopened ClIlT Cottage, at Os-lnMig, nnd will take up their residence thero at tho end of tho week. "The rates In the eeeral boroughs- are derived from entirely different systems of rate mailing and are similar only tn that they are confessedly based on pos sible mpetltlon throunh manufacture hv nnvatelv owned electric plants. The system of rate making I entirely one of t LtW j0 h,s (neMd8.im hlB )s U(J l.ceal ! y Orderly. libs Kay ascended the pulpit and nr b. Mid to have presided while Irfman and others of the unemployed fn'i At tho close of each speech Miss K" pererallv remarked: 'I think the m'tlng ought now to r adjourned Let trot who have 1 rim go to them " L . ... . U , . . . - J . J s".rc. of , home. Fieemsn told the nce of "Peter Pan." The other acted retd that all -vho wished to to tn the ! arrangements of the story were made 1 M 17 int'd enesjlvely orderly If any one. Inter- amateurfc of Slmmons's College In Bos Current Spectacles l'lnc I'nited States Trodueers in Forefront. discount for utiantlty used during J month or a yiar This results in all sorts of rates. An owner of a small 'building used by tnant for manufac turing pays from SO to 200 per cent, of the rate chitged an owner of a large building devjted to precisely similar purposes Two large apirtm'nt build- ndvlstdly because Llztle Isn't that kind of a dog. Lizzie has his faults and a!' 'hat and he ibut thl- Is about enough at'.'tit thit. I Broadway leirned yesterday for the tlr.-t t.me of the serious lllneet In Chi- ago of Pjul Armtrong. the plajw right Sir Charles and Lndv Fitzpatilek. 11c- 1 companled b their daughter, aro guests AH RIVALS AT THE HOTELS It has been seml-olllclally decided that a standee ticket of tidml-slon to a thea- tre doe not entitle the bras rallbtrd k also to sleeiijng accommodation 011 anyi fuer plush lounge that may bo unoi - cupled The ruling was made at th- mititiee periormance or ".Mam in ,, v.in,t....i.,n uhii. t,n.lii,ir ,t f- America" at the Winter Carden ril(V, Npw york llt,,.niltlK , 0l.iai In "Maid In America Is a tialpltatlntt ,. ,... ci- rimrt(. l.-iiimirieU young "tady of the ensemble" unknown , tho chief' Justice of Canada nnd their to programme readers and known to her. h..m im in niti.wa nressing room rrienus om as nronntc Hrownle, whether she knows It or not. has a tremendous ndmlror tremendous In slzo as well as In quantity of admira tion. Night after night and at nut matinees the large gentleman has bought Ills way Into the theatre. Young Mr Greneker of the Winter Garden began to remember thn man's face, and In his elmplo Broadway Inno cence supposed that the stout regular was attending so faithfully becaue he wanted to see ".Maid In A rerlca" every night of his life. Bir estcrday after noon caiTio disillusion. "Say, miss," whee.ed the large party yesterday to one ot tne girl ushers. "Fe seen this show so often I can miss .art of It. I'm sleepy and I'm going to take n Utile nap. If ou'll wake me up every time Brownie comes on the stage I'll make It all right with ou" and he s:rtched full length on tho cuhioned will scat that stretches the width of the foer. "The fnt man." said the glii usher lir. i I lilffwhtv ntirn sIim hn.1 fmti .l M, Orelleker tn the hnx ottlee. "h.i. stretrhd I Joseph Kennedy, postmaster of Hohoken, who Is being sued for breach of pi otntitc by Miss Knthryn Leslie, pro prietor of a dancing nclinul at H West Thlity-tlrst street, Manhattan, wa ar rested yesterday afternoon In hi office on a cap'.as Issued out of the New Jer sey Supreme: Court. He was arraigned before Commissioner William Van Busk-Irk and gac $.1,000 lull to Insure his remaining within the Jurisdiction of tho court. Mr. Kennedy Is marr.cd and the father of ten children, lie says that when ho refused to continue paying money to Miss loslle or her attorneys tho action for ?2i',000 was tarted against hhn Mis Leslln In her suit alleges that on February 2!, 1913. Postmaster Ken nedy, reprt sentlng himself to bo a bachelor, proposed marriage and she ac cepted, Sho s:is that when his low for her grew cold she learned to her ur pr;n that he wa married. Mr Kennedy admitted last night that ho kniw tho woman. Ho said "Ml. Leslie knew nt the time t mad her acquaintance that I had a wife and ten children. I was Indiscreet In thnt I wiped and dined her I nescr promised to marrv her. I was first Introduced to tho woman by a friend of mine. She was a glib talker and 1 be-anie Intel ested In her and took her out to dlnnei "After a casual acquaintance of about three mouths I felt as though I ought to break olf the attachment, and lmagln my surprise when I got a letter ftoni her asking 2'0, to be pan) to her in the corridor of the Motel ,M Alpln I paid tie" varinu amounts to aold a1i 11. it pUlilieiU ii'r.riAi. NOTit'r.s. nf Tlioo From Out of Ton 11 Itculstcrcil In llir l'lt. Laurelton James (I Mac.laren, Ot- S. Lord, Portland, Melville, Mon S. Hall. Phll and daughter, Harrison Dal- tawa, W. I). Hinds. C Me Knickerbocker!!. !!. treal. Mr. and Mrs F nilclphla. T J Crane l'le eland. Plaza -Mr and Mrs 1 les. Portland. Prince (ieorge H. A Mays, Fort Worth, Tev., II. S Sui'iot, Seattle. Waih . 12 I). Itussell. Chicago. St. Hegl- Mr. and Mrs. Edmund W. Ferns, SMacuse Mr. and Mrs. Andrew F I'err, Wiikesbarre. Mrs. J. W. Ca tles. Convent. N. J. An:or Mr. Belle de tilt era. Moun tain Lakes. N .! , Hr. and Mrs. Santos. Washington. Mr nnd Mr Alton H. ilr.-elcy, Jr.. Cleveland MeAlp n D" W B. Cory, Peoria, 111.; B S Ch.mln. Buftalo. Mr and Mrs. C. out and gone to sleep and heN snoring j W Peo'e Cincinnati He's left a call for Brownie" Mi' i Antoinette It It, bertson. South "Ho nway, go iiiuj," said the sleepy Bend, li d . ti H. Clarke, Lakewoid one thickly when Mr. Oreneker hook ' N J . Kdward Klempr. Buftalo Going to the Expositions? Don't Miss Colorado Scenery him partially awake. "I'm sleepy. Brownie ain't on In this number they're singing, and I don't want to see anybod but Brownie." , So they threw Itlm out. I Colllngwond Mrs. Howard Bement. Pottstown, Pa.: Mr and Mi. Henry M. Putney, llnstkltn. Mns II. P Miller. Bofton, Mas.; W. J. Hulwr, Columbus, Ohio. No ono can ! indifferent to the hnailty anil KrumliMir of tho Colorado Kooky Mountain scenery, and visitors to tho California F.x positions should tiiaku n point of "t'citig it Alo Henver. Colo rado Spring. Pueblo, tho Koyal tlortjo. and Salt I.iko City Now thero'rt no oxtra cliarRi' for all tin if you Ko via the Burlington Houtn it'. H A (.), I)tcutii it so happens that tho through sen too of tli.it lino has been planned so that you pa all of these points by daylight, and you can view Irotn the train u panorama ol mountain scenery that is as celebrated us any in tho world. Surelv. on your way von will not mi thi opportunity, and I would liko to send you tree homo pictures, map and printi! matter, not only of tli Colorado wonder, but aKo of (ilacicr Park or Yellow-tono Park, which, by all mean, you should viit on tho r turn trip, l'li'iisw ruako uso of m let tn help plan the trip for you. Call on or writ o W. .! Berger, (?en'l ARent, P.is'r Dept., C . H. A O. It. It. Co,, tin Hioad way. Now Vork, N. V. Phono Mad. S'l. 5700. to 10 per cent. i possof.ilon a dramatic version of the' 1 ftory made by Kdward Sheldon, w-ho taw Its possibilities aftr her perform- ..... ...a A.1m hi r.nw In htr . . '.?r":.' .' .t. ji..i... i ""n or irom i.iub i nro ior eiaooraieness rn mo uir n.i u, . . . moving picture plays since none are it should b noted." the report add, shown under suoh strlk.ng conditions that tenants do not get the benefit of h in New vork The vast stag is sei rfduclnn )n vate, but are charged by the with scene which recills the spectacles i l4ndoro the full V) cents per kilowatt ' : . . . . ' . . .1 cjto Ul 1 JUl .11 IllllI Ultfc. II, tng in tne tame morn owneo oy on ; Aftr p-r1a! retotr fr. m an attack , owner pay a raie approx,maiei on- i of nfan troube recently Mr Armstrong half the rate to the smaller apartment I ent lo Chicago to receive treitment house In between Buildings tn a bioci ( rrm nn nM ,lmP physician friend of his combine to purchase through one of . . . . , p MeNamara Mr. Arm- their number and tnen otitain a renuc- ,ro., confined to his bed at tht in wic 1 strong Sherman In Chicago It was eald at his efllce here ytsterday thit he Is regalrirg his health THE John M-Cormack. the fine b;g broth if s home." Fieemsn told the tnce of "Peter Pan." The other acted for ,vnlch the theatr(. ws formerly fa-1 f i tMior. who has to 6lng In a clrcu ffff V 4 1IA1T t 4 ffni V A at sli -vho wished to go to the !arrnements of the story were nude mous. it mlrht seem as If It would net , xl,6 comralt. ur, tha- rates'" 'tJ h. ,a" X?n,e.y the'Le- ' I Ik I A I 1 1 Ikl A. A II II La Lf I f A might do so. a fo? him. he I by W. de Wagsuffe and payed at the ,T,atter under such circumstances what I houM , on ,04t o( Rrvlf,, My. an arwory. al""l to the wr, , 11 I I I l2 iT llB 94 TV II l .0 chrtv Manv of his hear- ! Carnegie Lyceum In April. 1993 ; by the play was But "The Heart of Mary. 1 n(t . on hurday all abo ut he nsticiifTs. as , I I V V U . ill I I 1 III IWII .U II H. ".'JnA.".t,.!,.'fA'm iThimas" 'nean"1 another celebrated broth si W X AMAVsi A 1& 1 AsUl It Vi M rurted or spoke 100 blttfrly Mlns Kay rkel d largo cowbell, which cauisd .". silence "I epened this place Its' night with "it ne.- of ! tentl ns." tlnally observed Mis- Kay after commanding quiet with 're uVll Vou wanted to test my s.nef.'ty ind I offered to let you sleep But then ou went ahead and aieri.s'd a mass mtetlng hero for 2 30 en Th'fiday afternoon and planned to en ,iish men together to enter re;au ' .eat what you wanted and go out & ' K"i' pa mg "Non- the real unemployed would be ' 'ue to .-!cep here, but you all ought t; go tj thn V. M. C. A. I won't 1 im 11 InrKcd up and 1 won't call '' po.ns whatever happens. I pledge r . f to lb f I have brought this 0 myself nd I will deal with It my- Si ' Tfcen 'he meeting hrnke up and Miss 1"'.' gr..duallv got ready to go home. ' ' k na wiiii Fr"eman the while. Af t'rn,ti 1 Pie man, Impressed with her ' c 'i ot tho "Peaceful Army." ' i at a I 'i nds would form a pence : ir ' i f'C pie unempl' yid. Thero w.tb in pr 1, evodus to the V. M. C. A. 01 aii' .mr. e.te. recresentativo of .VaruMnd Calvert ton In 1S13; and two burlesques Bwinglni on the bell clapper mages cap founded on the story, which college m diversion : so there Is no reason why and other amateurs played here within the temporary departure of the Hippo, recent years. Joseph Herbert was said U drome should not be a complete nic he nrenarlng a Play from the book In ce. conjunction with E. E Bice, Wit that The last week of Sir Douglas Miw did not evidently materialize, since de tails of Its production are lacking London had at least one version of the book as long ago ar Verlnn Chicago I. Iked. It to . wonder that New York caned It so Ion. The book with the large number of readers always appeals Uons hy anolhcr fpMifr. fair and highly discriminatory seems telf-prved, as the cost to a group ot consumers located In a single Urge building Is from one-third to one-half the cost to precisely similar consumers In the same localities purcnasing separately, notwithstanding the fact son's personal appearances at the Weber I tnat in each esse each tenant has a Tneatre began on Monday. Tile ex plorer will on Sunday start for Fan Tranelsco and later sail for Australia. His Journey to the Pacific coast will be interrupted by the exhibition of his pic tures. Th Interesting dims now on view at the Weber Theatre will con tinue to be seen there, witn txpiana SIDEWALK GRATINGS COSTLY. Proldfiit Mnrli. Would Vrntllat Miliny Otherwise. !' ' icvi iV'tlrii 1 Marks sent a let o t e Puhlr Service Commission 's 'a' p otestlpg against tho ven ' " . f 1 he now subways by means l'. gratings, Mr. Marks gives 'i.ieoi, for opposing the gratings ' ii sir, tin y considerations. First, s ts dodge them and congest tho n' t m .- dewalk; second, In frosty 1 tin-, aro slippery; third, they e i tne city "tuns of thouands tc to the adanter. whatever Its approprl ateness to stage use may be. And "Alice In Wonderland" must have had as many readers as any other current classic. Alice Oerhtenberg mad the version seen last night. Its career at the Fine Arts Theatre In Chicago, where It rlrst saw the light. Is said to have been most successful. Mlsa liersten berg has divided the story Into seven bcenea, which arc the home of Uoc, the Koom In the Looking Olass, the Hall with the Doors, the Seashore, the March Hare's flarden, the Garden of Flowers and tho Court of Hearts. There was Instrumental music by Erlo Delamater and the costumes hy W. D, Henderson followed the original designs of Sir John Tennlel. Mis. Oersttnberg. using suggestions from "Alice Through the Looking Glass," as well as Its better known pendant, has arranged the epltodes of both books :n way to make a uengnttui piay ior Tho Vltagraph Theatre 1s still show ing "The Juggernaut" with Its thrills and the wonderful railrnid wreck, which Is one of the mcst notable achievements meter furnished, read ami testen ny the Public t'tlllty Company, the only difference being tho matter of collection and responsibility, an Item llgured at less than 1 per cent by the Udts n companies, because of the'r right to exact depo'i's to Insure payment." 'Lifting the Ban of Coventry," which Is a stirring play of military life; the comic "Cutey Becomes a Landlord "What Dumblclgh Saw and Thomas I2gan, another celebrated broth of a uncr. indulged In last Saturday I Th fact that Saturday was the ' n-'ndup of the exciting week of the 1 even'en'h of Ire'.ind miy or may , not have had something to do with Tom F.cm's ep-huRtasm Whatever It was, whin 12g:in was abou to enter the stjec door of the Talace on Saturday, where he e'as the headllner last week, , I an lmp"rtunate person served htm with a si.mmons that had something or other I t., do with the settlement f a bill which Tom Eg in Insists he doesn't owe Whn the process server became, In Big T1M11 Bean's way of thlnkln', too inieoriimate, the tlsts began to fly at lea-t. the Bgtin fists did. "And sure, why shouldn't my good fill ltd Tom Ee.in set as he did" said J..lin MeCormack. "Ile'j an lnshrnm. Isn't he? He Is. He's on th stage Isn't hC He Is. Then he's a stage Sweden Plana w Vsiterwn. Stockholm, March 23. J t Is stated hern that th Swedish Unvernment Is llkelv to designate a new waterway oft In the making of the moiln? picture. the seaport nf KalMerno in hweuisn ter- In addition to this picture play there are . rltorlal waters. On tnis route hwertisn vosse s could avoin tne open sea wnere r" ' "' ,- ... . , . they are likely to be stopped hy fierman "Now, so much being admitted, I a-k cruisers seeking to stop the lumhsr Hade m what ml' of dramatic construction wlih C.reat Britain Falsterbu U near i " rigid as the one which says that TVa . T IKni-tf Thrifilr I tfu ff'ruill fni I Vi tent uliern extremity of Sweden, on the tm stage Irishman hero-and Tom a the audiences that seek twice a day to! Baltic Sea. sixteen miles southw st of her,, too must '''ways "lvo his two Maltnoe , n-.s niii'ibn v ........ ...... enjoy D. F. OHITth's "Tao Birth of a Nation." which Is at once the most am bitious and the most effective of any of the picture plays shown here. 'The Birth of a Nation" shows that the; Fnlt'id States now stands at the head of picture prortuoera. ' The Strand Tneatre. attracting tour Immrnse audiences every day, Is this week presenting John Barrymore In Are You a Mason 7" Mr. Barrymore Is aw?iay 10 J"JK ' ,, . . ,, '"' ,iil 1 ample entertainment In himself, but reTroctlv M rrirospccu.c.,. ...- ,.-, attractlona. a source or unnonnaeo m-'"';"' I Th(S Broadway Theatre changes Its the' gathering at the Booth Theatre last ' ' tw K nf iw ' i; ' ' ' ' , , fwk a wt.r) "'""'L8' ' J J""1..' "W. .. "k'I... ""'.V always excellent novelties to be seen. "r".",B;:!-1".r Clark Is there now In rr"'".u:iV..,;; ,h.n i nu Hf!rrtna C.reen." and there are such In tho beauty of Auiirru, not meant tor an a' 1011 of 'he sidewalk. .os 'hat ho has had to stop tern 'an widening of Lexington uvc- F fty-thlrd streBt bi-cauce 1 ng of gratings would cost s w ien trafflu re.iulrements rile-, markets and It would probably be leiiM appreomii'i jubi i-vi Broadway throng that heard It lat night and ke)t wondering when ono of the Oolly slstem was KOlrg to dance. The humor of the writing that read backward In tho looking glass baa even lost ItH tine slgnltlcance tn tho ap preciative since the eloquent prose nf Olertrude Stein has marta Ha Impression on literature. But Mr Carroll could not foresee that nonsense would sonin day bo taken seriously. The best im could do was lo make his leaders si e serious things nonsensically llninor Well llroimht On, The familiar rharartera of tho popu- 1.- ..oriis were iirtnurnniy visuantin, I'Itds nnd l'lnrra. i nual bull of the Vltagraph play be In Id this yea- on Wednesday, 11 Stntieh'H, Coney Island. The s wi'l bo usrd for the employees 1 nr.tny ' of the success of ''The Blue a1 Hie ManhHttan Opera House li s S'liibert have arranged lo 1 1 attraction there next week, w"! be Its last In New Vork. foresting views as the flooding of the Panama Canal and similar current events. RUPTURE Sufferers! Let Mo Releaie You Forever From the Cruel Bondage of Steel Springs, Elas tic Bands, and Lea Stran Harness. Let Me Show You How You Can BAIL FOR ACTORS' FUND. e us tarn in ,- iiiri. ' .' "., .. m nf ome of the e-l v evening. March 25. will he 1 tno piiyii- """-" - ,, iln 1 scenic prui'ic"'" " I I'lwt niiiv.., wlitile mil" iil.hl nt llin .tlirntn I' ., ... n.. .... n.,.. n...l ewti llll p me ifw 1 orK ineaire. 1 1110 uiei " .1,1, 1, lucky prlzo ' 1 here wa . ""' T'. " ln , .1 Turin iiii'r.1 -u..... s lay 1 tening will bo ; I'liein cakew.ilk which Is an ' 1 1 10. night at the Murray Hill 1 ,is Mined up considerable In- I x Hie colored population of and mam aro expected to par- 1 Welch will present a noelty T N'ut Itevlew" next week at 1. s v iciorm. 1 a d f r seats for Montgom " Kionn "Chin Chin" at the 1' 1. lias piomptid the an ' i seal will bo placed on . 1 ' 1 up to July a II si m oilnging over from llu- will known Itusslan dan- I wii priecnt them soon In an a f kccrilc and musical production. . I,.... u-iitinttnisH to draw all of the humor Horn the author's own wiillnm It does nol seem In the lean nwescury that Lewis Carroll's humor should Do brought Into the vulgar medium of th theatre. H"t so long an th lak must b undertaken. It waa mcst Judiciously and adroitly pi'tforiiied. Perlinpa the bent purpono of the representation wan achieved In piovldlng for children an appropriate and Imaginative enterlaln ,,.ni .inrlnir th" apni o.n'jilng holiday season Nothing mom tiultabln for their eiijoj ment than "Allco In Won derland" as Miss tlerstenbnrg hati ar liing'i'l It and the players .at tho Booth iiienlrn act II, could woll bo conceived, ft waa rather tho Impression of tha t'lnsrrs Club to filvc ITnr at tbc Astor. A baTl In behalf of the Allied Arta of; the Theatre will be given for tho benefit ' of tho Actors Fund hy tho Players Club , at tho Hotel Astor, Thursday evening, I April . I The committee representing tho Play. th consists of John Drew, Otis Skinner, ! Francis Wilson, Daniel Frohman, Al bert Sterner, J. Canington Ya.tc-a and Joseph Howiand Hunt. A committee or patronwiseai Is headed b Mrs. Oeorge J. Ciould, Mrs. August Bolmont, Mrs. James Speyer and leading womun of tho dra matic profession. 1 urn Lock Your Rupture ,! So it CAN'T Comm Down 1 1 Why be the ovir-burdrnrd lave of sn ill flttliig. rer slipping, torturewme trins' , I I ct mi- hnw you nrnis to you that you ran be free from Hie trouble, annoyance and mlrry sour old fashioned trus mid opplliuicc Is cu- 1 In; ou lai mc tell you, shew you, prme pi you wlist ! The Wonderful Schuiling Rupture Lock CENSORED PLAY COMING HERE. Manned "The Nuturnl I.nw" Was In Boston, "The Natural Law." John Cort's pro duction of Cliarli.s Suniimr's three act drama, which Mayor Curley and the board of censora prohibited from orm tinning lti recent engagement In Boston, will bo eeeu ut the Bepubllo Theatre .Saturday night, April 3 Thero will be no change In the pro duction from that given In Boston. The cast will Include Howard Hall, Otto Kruger, Carl Fckstroni, Austin Webb, Helen Holmes, Teresa Maxwell Conoor und Maggie Flshor. 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