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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1915.
JULIE OPP, LEAVING "SHERMAN WAS RIGHT" ROAD, ILL AT HOME MAKES AUDIENCE LAUGH PARTIAL VICTORY FOR VAUDEVILLE 'TRUST' iuit Husband ('onitnny The llnwk." Ill TAE JCBWH ANh GOSSIP jeti "i'p " started n,,, '" p rtii- imwii witli her husband, William rMT-hin. in "The Hawk' thr part nririiinl " 10,1 l,v ''"'''I1"' DOTBlat, returned laei areeh to Mr home In Ksst aavsnttentlt -ii'ii thi Is wit ill bihi ( allowed i" nobody, u an mwnmI hurt evening thai she nasi im proved hut llttta daring His day. HM opp hss ii"' setse" In New Torti 4m appeared PerMu with her husband In "Julius ''irsiir" at the Lyric Thrntrr It ill announced that she wnulil ' t i" the revival of "Othello the follow nut RWi hut her reit In England did ItOt IfnpfOW her health U ih rxpe.-ied. WfctB "The Hawk " wn. aited 'ho hth physically unfit to play the part "f the lienine, ho Mile. I'omiat eas WHMA Vavcrshum la still playitiK Ihfl part f the KdMHIld blncli tg with gn at success M the road. It lias been derided to enll the new remedy af rlOrgCS Annesley Vat-hell, In which J"hn I'rew will noon be aeen, "The ' 'lncf ' QeorSSJ Alexander, who It le the British trrania what Mr. I'itw is M the Aniern-aii Stag, has accepted the innioily for tjOfldnn. Laura Hope Or, CoruSjelo Halley. Thais I.awton. Walter tlrahiim and Kthlin tlayer will Of In the company. .SSSal 1 " J V QUICKER JUSTICE IN ! NEW CONSTITUTION Sherman Law Suit DiNini88ed L h wm m wm, Case to (to On as Eqnity Action. Adoption. Writes Ex-.ludpre (learwater. The Hulled Booking Offices of Amer ica and the other defendant whom fllfford 0, Fischer nwtiHi In hli 1300.000 Sherman law null againet the no-railed vaudeville truat won a partial victory In tha t'nlted Statea District Court yea terday when Judge learned Hand dla chsreed the Jury, declaring that tha plaintiff had not proved damages. Nevertheless the Jude sllowed Max r. 4teuer. attorney for J'lacher, ito amend the hill of romplalnt and con tinue the action next Monday morning aa an equity ault. The testimony taken in the three weeks of the trial may be allowed to stand In the equity suit with the common consent of the attorneys. When the attorneys for the defence asked that the equity action be de ferred for eome time Judge Hand re plied I 'Tou have a very easy victory as me ... .. . Sam Snlmnn unci Georgia Lawrence in "Shermuii Was Right," Fulton Theatre. at the HOMK RULIBI IN KRBOl An article entitled "Kndlna the law's delays how the proposed Constitution sssures . lies per snd quicker Justice," written by ex-Judge Alphoneo T. Clear water, president of the State Bar Asso ciation, was sent out yesterday by the committee for the adoption of the Con stitution. "A more simple, speedy and effective administration of Justice" la secured St the Judiciary article, In Judge Clear water's opinion. He said that every cltlsen. at whatever Inconvenience, Should vote for the Constitution's adop tion. Attorney-General Woodbury save an opinion yesterday which contradicts as- GREATER THAN THE ANGLO-FRENCH LOAN Our guaranteed mortgage. In an amount greater than the $500,000,000 Anglo-French loan have been sold by us to our clients during twenty yearn past, and no Investor ever has lost a dollar ot his principal or waited for his Interest. Ptj)kiDRrsAlQE (iUAiANTEE 0 Capital a Surplus, $10,000,000 I7 sVwfJ, N. T, 1 78 Semaen St., B'sjya WO run oe st, Jamaica. rales asked by the wireless men, there i will la- a complete ilenp of the. Atlantic I anil faalflo coasts. We. hnv received ! assurances from a majority of non nlon men that they will Join with the union men in a genet al strike. A strike will mean n tleup of 65 per cent, of i the shipping on the Atlantic coast." case sts mis now, and 1 am not disposed sertlons made by an organisation call- to (rant you s-ny further favora." ng itaelf the Home Kule Tax Assocla- The Judge's decision followed lengthy t0n regarding the tax article of the arguments by former United States At- Constitution Mr. Woodbury says that lorney Henry A. Wise and other counsel the only change as to personal property for the defence for a dismissal of the "omphvlnt on the grounds that the plaintiff had not suffered any damage inasmuch as he was only contemplating going Into business as a booking agent la the power given to the legislature to, provide for Its assessment bj the Stale Instead of local authorities. . A committee of the KtTlclency Society gave this indorsement of the Conatltu-' WIRELESS STRIKE APPROVED. Operators (.et Permission l Pre sent Their lleinsnils. Secretary -Treasurer Osoi'gg Bchnat' xlnetx of Wireless lllvlslon No II, COftV merclal Telegraphers l.'nlon of America, received yesterday from President S .1 Konenkamp and the executive council of the union iheir official sain Hon for n general strike of the wireless men on the Atlantic coast. "In case their deiii.uale are refused, ' Mr. Sohfiatslnatl said last hiuht. "the wireless men have authority 10 start general strike The demands are now being formulated If the are not acted upon within ten days after tiny are mailed the strike will then start. "Should the general strike be marts' necessary by the refusal of the com panies to grant the $;,o and JT". a month TAXICAB STRIKE THREATENED. Tnn Thousand Chsnffenrs Make ll inn nil for SKI Her. A strike of ;,000 taxirab drivers In 8BM of I hi refusal of the demands of the men for In a day was sanctioned ycMi "I I) bv tha t! Hatef New York IHs ! trii t Council of the International , Brotherhood of Tl misters. Secretary IMWln (lOUtd of the council said yester- I day i "Negotlal ions ii.ite been Oieneil With several taxlcab companies which now pa) tii'lr men J2.M) a nay for an In , crease to the 1.1 r ile, but no result has been reached. Th old sgTaamsnt with 1 the COfnpanlsj Will asplrs On November 1 1, but if tha romps s decide lo con tinue the. conferences the strike will await the teeult of the negotiations. In caao of refusal every laxicab company in tha cUy ii"! paytAg a day Will !w involved, for non-union drivers will thin i be admitted lo the brotherhood, , I'o lltiltor Unite qnedacl Pttller. Medals for braver) will be given to I twenty-one Aqueduct policemen by the ; Hoard of Water Bttppl) in the Municipal i Bulldina th's morning, Sergt. johti Rn hford ind Patrolman Thornaa B, Mo- : ltrnon and Thomas Ii Clapperton trill I receive gold stars The others get ' I e slats The Island of Surprise The best yarn CYRUS TOWNSEND BRADY has written for many a day. Advona turea told with a thrilling briU liancy worthy of the pen of a Duma., and perplexing, bnathltsi tit ations that Poe might have concern L iVoir Ready at All Book Storet A- C. McCI.I RO CO., Putllthtra. "Sherman Retslnf could have astonished tie Sliuhrrts mere than the universal clrltilsni of Herbert Kvans. who plays the part of (MM P. Hun.inrkrr, the , .y American millionaire. In "Qutnncys'," which i slowly but surely winning Its piblic at the Maxlne Elliott Theatre. He was described without a dissenting aMN ss altogether too Knglish and iliere was the general observation that an American should have been selected for tha part Af a matter of fact Mr. Evans Is an Ajgertcart. He has been only six months It Bngtand, having gone there to play liaattf .tf"rpv m "Potash and Terl B Utter." He was selected for the part in tin Vachell OOtnsdy because he was n American Mr. Evans is. moreover, a native of Connecticut. He acted In The Servant in Uie House," In "The PtvH" and various other American p.aj.- before going to England. Was Ulahl -t the I ai ton Theatre, MeM Blleen Van ni.ra . I'r.mk Qarbai h . fcrneat i'on..rt Iran Win lay . . Mala MaiaUten Martin I. Alsop Hani SMman ,IUgla Wallas n. Dfllis Hoy aseaaef crala Adrlenne von Hojiky RobaVt Caldwell itohaaai Bali mitt OttO .N.-K. 1 Anita Itltter AuaUMtlne Hitter. . Kstelle Murphy... Captain llartttla- i Doroiby liorr i Oeorgli Laaraaea . Dedaaa Mitchell Already tli actors are complaining allUrly of Hie dixappolnlments of . sea jii winch is now only six weeks old. one company, STAlOh had been ronears- i.. ws.Wj nnaussllv without .,. aisbsiaasd attar tan dress ra- I posture or circumstances various uu i kZla ,,f the utav. It Has not uer-ldents arise. The man who really enl lornied orKN?. Juet to think." said a well known voung leading- man the other day. "three l.tnea thai season I have been told after .eaearsuig from three to live weeks that 1 was not the type. In one case 1 acted : tor three weeks. In another for two, and the last time, I did no more than ippaar at whiit was to be the last dress "-hearsal It was then that the maisa- I (et deckled after having aeen ma very day for a month that I was not tua physical type. He had the decency Id offer me a pnrt in another produc ItOBi for which 1 was unmilttxt, how- i t.r, that 1 had to decline it." Bat no one has the hard luck storv M lha actor wrto went to a town Just over the State line to see a friend who . eaodjUoUng a t,K-k company there. Li took most of his meajis to re;ih tlie , spot, but he was cheered up by the prom- I lM of his friend to tlnd a plai-o tor . Um. "It's a flne part" said the enthuslas- 1 tie niaiBis'er of the tts k company in the , OtOMOtlCUt town. "Toil ate In every act. Very" classy, too. snd you must I ioolc IV part all right In the Brat act non. are at a country club and you need smart golfing suit. The next act in on a yacht and of course tliere must he NaMtMna with dark blue serge, braid and cap ttJong with white stnc9. The . hlrd la at a wedding, c.ardenia. motn i coat, patent leathers and spat ef-' lenta yon know, riant up to the top Krtch The third act Is a dinner and tiiere ou must le all riirht white aafet- sit. pearl stutls. pumps and silk eockJ, : whole thing and Vary classy. See." Tie aotor thought of that wardrobe -rid then of the little that remained In lM pocket after the trip to Bridgeport lul wondered bow mucin it wvvild cost. He was allent for a mlnuto and his Tien,) looked at htm questionlnnly. "fion't you like the idea'"' he asked. "Kour acta, four different suits," the .tor reiieated. "All of them expensive nd up to date. Say, who wrote play, Rogers Peet?" in the office of a MOCK broker at '.he Waldorf and the second and third tin the deck of the Prlneo Pari This is a Mi amer which hag on board tha passen gers of various neutral ships will' h have been captured, antl the author flnds ac tual authority for this phase of the play In the case of the converged cruiser Prlna Eitef Fried rich. Mr Mendel has placed bis characters In such SltliatlollS as to afford constant or perhaps almo.-t constant amusement for the spectators. Theie are a number of Voftnnn aeAmaffl to be kep: track of. but they are generally clear enough to be separate in th emlnds of the spectators. Then the Is humor in the single epi sodes nad occasionally a flash of bright ness occurs In the speeches a-hlch would set any audience to laughing even In a Play more Involved than 'Sherman Wag Right" Mr. Handel has drawn well fhe char acter of a lying hero One minute he la a real hero and um impelled to live up to thai fame and the next afraid to answer to ins aaauinr fl name, sun the abound ins Johunn SokmUtt have changed kaleidoscopic illy and the man is hated Halt Hamilton, . is a re sourceful and vivacious actor of faros, with a facility in facial expression .that dramatised every predicament of the IMitt lie was playing, acted with UO S gyring aplrit, Jean Shelby, who has been regarded aa an actress of promise, had lo r Una opportunity last night and took every advantage of it. she pli,d the so.v from the secret service Office with humor an-1. moreover, with Ohann ami distinction and, in fact, dom inated the scenes in which she appeared Her Success was complete. H. H, Prases had Indeed selected an excellent company for Mr. Maadet's play. Qeorgta Lawrence as a wooden legged aspirant to be an army nurse. Sam Sid man. who sas something more than liii'iuan a.s a waiter at the Waudorf 1 was more than ever like Uew Fields j l!inest I'-iseart. as a British nnptirta- tion : Porothy lorr and Heglue Wallace as living pictures of mature and youth ful beautv tiiese all helped to amuse the spectators, even if casioual confusion in the mind of those wlio laughed at what was before them as to tha why and wherefore of It all j "Sherman Was Right" was received with no overwhelming tlemonst ration of ,, . r, ... , , public gratitude, hut it seemed to keep Boston DQftOr avs UlMraered up a comparatively eteady flow of laugh- n r,.L ter. which is itu achievement for a OrgT&ni Tausp rhOM fiir,e. THREE MILES OT BHD FILMS. Necessary fo an understanding even t of the title of Ills play seen at the Kul ton Theatre last nlglit was the remem brance of what Qen, Sherman said about war: for "Sherman Was Right" Is the: name selected by Frank KatHHl for the new piece. Other ihinas were necessary to the enjtitment of the episodes that gl Sag out of sometvii.it complicated In cidents of the farce. Its humor rwulted from the effects of Ihe foreian war on American character. Bear In mind that a man named JOSS. Smith changed that thorouahiy neutral ; cognomen to its Teutonic form. .oSnnn clmidf, In order to please one Anifu Hitter, who. as her name shows, had a leaning toward all things ilermnn. Now she Insists that her American su'tor. arho is in reality a stock broker, shall enlist in Hie ijerman army. PYotn this Ptrlarra Shoetn at Merllna f Aodakeo Societies. Dr. T. SJ, Palmer, vlcesi resident of the National Association of Audul-m Sotdetles, presided at the annual meetlna of the society In the Amer- I lean Museum of Natural History yesterday, nt whli h Herbert K. Job, WfeO was Col Roosevelt's photog rapher when the Colonel Inspected the bird island of the Louisiana coast, told of tak.ng three miles of moving picture film of birds of that region. Some of these pi Hires were shown last night. Mrs. Mabel Osgid Wright of Fair field, Conn., spoke of the menace to song sparrows which lies in the trapa set for English sparrows, and T. Gilbert Pearson, secretary of the Audubon So ciety, warned against the killing of "Innocent birds" by means of trapa. E. H. Forbush of Massdchusetta moved that a circular dealing with this sub ject be prepared by the association E. H. Rat-nee addressed the meeting on the Increased interest In the bird sanctuary at Mertdcn. N. H William Ihitcher was reelected presi dent of the association. ta is a (Seiman waiter. Tin n the hero's wife has brouKht suit for divorce against him in London and one of the necessities of the drama forces him to go there. Then there Is an Impress. onable young Russian In the secret service of tier many to add the Muscovite flavor to .this International comisuind. The. first act of the new play passed ;1 RHEUMATIC? MAY BE ITS JUST BAD TEETH Consequently, they argueu. ne nau no,,ion: "In every respect the amendments business to damage. re founr IO i,e (uoi, M wm greatly in the equity ault the gtlmlntltT mat , Tea., )t ofTU,ienry .d .Crmomy of obtain an Injunction against the con- . mllBlnlMl ...,, ...a tinuance of the combination of ctm.erna , our , ,, nttily vmnl known as the vaudeville trust, ex e If . of C(m(,ltu,ns " ' unb, IO P" 1 I Frederic R. Coudert said he waa 'ah- snlutely convinced" that "the tXmstltu tlon la untainted by partisanship or by narrowness." He added: "Thle Constitution makes an effort to maintain really representative gov ernment by focussing resiionatblllty In few Individuals. Next In Importance to thla great reform la the endeavor to create a sane and sound ayatem of taxation by a budget system, such as Is in force m every grest community aave our own. To vote against tlie t'onsii- tutlon at the behest of those who ap peared to have vested Interests In the continuance of the old system la folly : to Inject Into tha question partisan con sideration Is stupid and to ahow no In terest In the matter Is imliedle." A letter from l)r Charles McCarthy, director of the legislative reference bureau of the University of Wisconsin, was given out by the cltlitene committee to opjtosc the proposed Constitution, of which John J Hopper Is chairman. Dr. McCarthy said : "The budget section !s the best de vice 1 ever heard of for settling a private or political grudge ; you can cut the man out. or cut his salary, as you see flt. and the legislature can do nothing about it. and the public can cry out na much as It wants to, but its hands are tied for two years." AIRMAN HELD FOR AUTO DEATH CmW ! Meat. Korl, l'. 9. K.. Kill. Woui la Fieri!. PSNtUMOsVA, Flav. Oct. 2 Lifut. U K. Koid, n-vvy aviation corp. is bHnu held on bond here In connection with the death of Irma Wtlaon, klHvM laxt nlRht. when Ford'a automobile coUtderi with a taslrab. Another woman occupant r-f tae taxi had aeveral rtb fractured. 'Konl wiw tJiore was nc- j acromp anted by two women fjvnd another xnmn. Hoth ram were ilenoli!lie3. Achine: Joint.- Train Hlta Aato Trerkt nne Dead. I'tica. Ot. 2. A f ain Mmck a two ton automobile truck here to-day ami H. s Erdman of RulTalo waa killed arnl ISmVtf W loka and lien r A ppM n of jrTMOM were Injureil. The vlctlma were rldlnf on th truck. Playa and Player. Mayor aad Mr MlioM '- bat pairtv lant ntgiit at t lie Qobao Thaatrt e Isteia .f h n 1 In ' M1b Informwtron Harry Jduler m r. I open hi evichth vaudeville tour urnler th diraetloa of w , ' i i 1 1 Morrla at the Forty-fourth tresf. Theutre on Novmirer 15. Charlotte lrnvlllp h ben envaaaxi Hv Qrax GeofY t take om of tji lead In roJen In h-r forth omlnar prxxlurtlan uf Th Liars, ' by Heru Arthur .lonea The ItuaeUn Balalaika ur-Ttft ra wtn e n fat'i of he roiwert a' th Vnturv Tboatro on Sunday niaiit rh orcttattra la im by Alsaaoor RtrllOvd a ith J u.i.m rilkja m ihe plana, t4IUan RaaMll will retort, to tha atawa nt '-ek after nn aboOCOa "f a-rl vArn ainnartnt ' th Palaoa Thtre Her roportoiro of ona" iii Incntda nu n btra from her fmilc opfrsi u t-eefea u j oomo Batw oalootioskli Mora Be reo raturna to m ooiont. i ThMtr n-x; Mon1tv for n wte?k engTavare. ment. ir I r u-l 'andei"b)Ht and JV-ore Moore havr runttMl antl will make Maetr fl rut H7psiritn-e together 1n two vars et the Alhamfrr n-'. ck. I that BHTiN. Art. 2a One of the moal lm rnant 1 iH-rnire yet a;1ven In oontiec ttfiti with the llnla3 OotafeTM Cat ?ur BOOTU1 In mwinn here f that by Dr, ChaTlOO K. palntOP f Boaton nt tbe Peter Ht'iit Hrljrbam lfnilnl to-day. lie rxplttlneal to fteveral hurulrefl aur ffeona how that Kre.it bugaboo -rheumatism 13 usuatly the result of iitllna; teeth, of the OOM that wouldn't stay eurodt or from lLsordie(l 0tMrtla aara and Otbof "rjc-iiia. The DOlnOn serin, he oxplalnod, Li carried by the binoi tbtouch thO li. I until it lodfofli utu.i.l choosing j tJ.e joints an a PMtlltaT I!.td-e Dr. H P. rtiih.iulhon tuirl Dr. R. H. 1 MlUof "f IloKt.tji (h'MiotiMtrat.Kl n open- 1 tion requiring blood trjuiHfuoion in which flaJal tttbaa WOr a amployodt Those tuhea, Which are wax lined, ore ono of xhe now tluiiK' in eut' r ami an tlie invention Morton phyalotMli lr. A. ft Kijnp- , ot u ton Fr"-rienro n tV tl r teaches. In the lobby of I r Pavid CheeVOf T'erfortned an 1m- cancor operation and oxplalnod uicar wm to havd ... e.-iii..a u nhiir i h la mafinaa r"" vsan aaaa U. , 1 a r,-- a v- I .111, t TtllHHPll 1 1 1" 1 m ' 'r' ' aai aurroundad bv a bevy of MCW Pro- , thj K'-tb t .K. n out in lia early rtaffea, mmmi aollora They were, aa a rule. A otticrwjae It U a4mot cortaln to bo Mel demurer t in n inn veieran nenuij, m- , though none waa mure .-harming. And X0Y PLANE FLIES 116 SECONDS. , ot ops sold as iranv nrogratnmes. Mils Illinois rtnlrn.it Ulna 1 'I ret prise In Model t nt.feat. corner. Hyael! stoo.1 still ill Uaehanfeally she repenterl : "Ofliolsl programmes of the eonrert, !1 eerj, each. Offlelal progranunes of tbe Oonearti rents enr.h." And ahe Bold so many that the pack re he! 1 In her nrm had to he re-t-:rsl''l ever' few minutes, while the tv.ner leaa mature and more fluffy pink and a i, ite Vandalises would not say iow re'j.-h the programmes were going 'I r..t T'.... mammm u,. .ivr In tiolil up lha audience for anything hat they ""ill set out of them that their sales WW., f. e in comparison with the brli kSBt fU'-ess of Mies Hussell. TTia Aero flith of America haa awarded the drat prise of 150 In the series of model aeroplane contents to I Lindsay Tilt 1 1.- of the Illinois Model Aero Cluh Kllia C. t.'ook and Ward 1'ease of the same rluh won the see- I ond and third prizes of I'li and Jin re- i spectlvely. These awards are for the I SSCOntl contest of the series, which waa for flying lioats and liy.lioaeroiilanes. Mr. Hlttle's model hydroaeroplane rose from the water unaided Htid remained In the air 1U seciinds, which more than doubled the previous world's record for . models. t'ook and Tease surpassed Hie preylotis world's record if slty ee. oi.di, which ! had bean held by Uer.rK A. Cavanagb Club of America. THE SUPERIOR SERVICE OF THE NEW JERSEY CENTRAL TO PHILADELPHIA combines with its new all steel equipment, its splendid roadbed and dependable regular ity of operation, a delightfully picturesque scenic panorama; also dining car and general train facilities of exceptional excellence. If you do not knowthis .by experience Try This Route Next Time! WHITE ENCLOSED CARS CUSTOM DESIGNED The lines are modeled with the graceful sweep of parapet, radiator and fenders which characterises the made'tO'order product. Interior appointments and workmanship are similarly indicative of a highly refined individual treatment. Making these bodies in the White workshops has a distinct advantage. Chassis and body are designed as a unit. They lit each other in line, weight and proportion. The body designer is never constrained by the arbitrary requirements of a given chassis to distort, however slightly, the beautiful lines of his product. He works in perfect harmony with the structural definements of the chassis. The difference between a made'tO'order body imposed upon any make of chassis and a White body designed upon a White chassis is in the perfect balance which results from building each with the other in mind. I-. J CAPT. COWAN COULDN'T FLY. Mend of I Irni Sehnnl II nl Trial. trtn.ll. 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Dept. i owan, on tha at at hi aii mom in,. eiami Theatre. . ni.. mada .mini damagtna sdmlsslons. SM PgANOISOO! 1 let. "fl A packet of sixty letters SSlUHUISSd hetwe. n Cl.pl Arthur I. 1'imaii, chief of the Kan I lci;o 1 military aviation school, and 'ol Sam ' Re her, chief of the Blgnal Corps In VVaahlngton. danlare4 to oontaln man sensuilonal .lis. losiiri-M anil army secret a. ' lha ( rda liner Mohawk, which sailed '"" ! fur Jacksonville, had all her twin HIM, chiefly with the nctors and Modueini ,iaff or the Oaumonl photo Jrim eompany, bound fur Ilia IMslaland 1 .sir,, proiierty at Jarkaonvllle. Jnhn .-. M irtlni tli New Vork repre- Mniai.va oi dim oompany, n ntly went is kaonvll a to lake over the pi i ar ' return In Ihl city t. 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