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THE SUN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1915.
CUT RATE THEATRE AGREEMENT IS OFF MNgtn HoM Stormy Meet in ir and Go Back to Old Conditions. KI.WV I.KADS THE FIGHT , sMld counter clienres (Tew rtiifh Mid fMl blfu the theatrical - inaftlil Who IBtl jcsti-nlay afternoon ,. h Motel Asior to ilwlrto whether the nil rate t i . -K t agreement sliuulil ataml ,,. fa, rollowlrnj urcueatlons made m ,.t i of their number that he 1 hroken the agreement by "selling :.. i he tlcktl agencies. M , i stormy meeting of nearly ., ., hour, .it Wtttcll all the niauacera ten praaent except ki Frisngsr, prtctlcal decision Wal reached to oban (lie alFOfWaHI and revert to the oi l COttdltloni It was announce.', how rrr, that formal action will be taken K ftj tit a notlicr nuTtlnv'. The a' tlon will consist In deciding t bather to compel the Tynon Company ., decline to handle ticket? put out br he manOMrial tlrm Involved, and. In rent of non-oompHoMOi to abro- mtt the exltliiK agreement with the agency MHl tale hteps to havo the ;mi'.i bond ot tlio company forfelten Thli TMnild braok up Uasj managers u ,. MM "iii allow them to do busl with the agencies aw they please. Th.. majority yoaterday uppeared to be III favor of CalllM off the agreement, hlin Answers Mradj. Mart KlaW of the tlrm of Klaw & Kr knger, agalnat which William A. Ilrady r .-.inlay wrote letter charging I breach of faith. Which nreclpiateil the trouble, directed u etliiKlng statement I Hi liradv In the form of a letter 10 ban, . IlarrlK. He made It plain that ro fjr aa Mi BflB li concerned, the) would join In ro more meetings Mri ,.l-o asserted that there never was formal organltatlon of managers to d.al wiih the ticket question. Mr. Klaw mm In i'.,rt : ... "In r iterance to the meeting Ihll after-r.o-m. arrangenMnU previously made will jieep me from helng there: but inasmuch a- Mr. Brady has seen fit (tiki time to rj li e affafcTs of the theatre managers In tna newspaper instead of by their own committee, I really see no ue for uny more meeting!. His letter adUret-sed to Mr I'.rlanger and glvan to the press be lor ii reached Mr. h5rlangr makai Ms natives QtlsatlonaWe, to taky the least; in i Ula silly talk about expel. ing auy bodv from an organisation. Which never nm. urgantsed and does not exist, com tls mo to ti c conclusion that all he wanted w;i to have Something printed god the eaalesi way to get that printed rai li lake an Katie with Klaw .v Brl Iftftr,' Mr Klaw then wont Into details con ng alleged violations of the agl ee ireni which hod come to bin notice. In ii the lelllng of high priced tlcketa t1:,. Winter Oardnn and other houses, ti 1 outlined the steps taki n by hint to pa.i t i'..l tlirough tii-' I-cg.siature rem- k the evlli despite Mr. Brady'g op Tke same Old 1'tabt. "' - n ply fot down t the old ques ts lying tu tie up Klaw Ki Linger. I '- lhal they Would live up tO the iract, while everybody else violated ,v he said. II el urged Mr. Brady with trying to h - public" into a be.tef that the .- i leatlon wan i part of the duties I 'hi ted Managers Protective Aa . on t iii explaining his t-Uitemen. i . : i.- no organisation of inanagere " - question he said tl at the man f, lllformall)', acted their buOl BW formally and were never governed uonotitutlon ur by.luwe, M Brady i:i a counter staten.ent aaid er was . real organisation and i aii up in written form. ' H hlwrl ave out a Ntatement that oi reaponatble for tickets tetunn hi ti.-. iiatida of speculatora. VAUDEVILLE AND BURLESQUE. rn Hills al the Palace, t olumltla and in her arlet j- Theatres. n :us I!, ii. for another week's engageinvnt :t the I'alaca Theatre, di rldtil me honors yesterday with tiaiiio I'ii ,...1 deorgo Whiting and Ham Phlf mid M.irv Mailde in "Tiio Clock hop.' li oral an Interesting pro t .mi mi f.,ii ..f feat urea OtttOfa to ap were the Meyukoa, Morutt and IViwr, the Wataon sisters. Mr, and lira, J' Ills lurry in "The H'.ibe." Ravmofid im eaverley, "Three Beautiful Types'" n l others, Prank Melntyro In "The Hat aales man" le.oj.s the dlverllng entertainment M tin Colonlol Theatre this week. Lil lian K ; pibury li presenting for the firat lime "The Coward," a tabloid Waged y ; : Qronvltle c .igs ajid recites, amoni others ,u the : K are Jack Don ' -i- and Marlon St. wart, Ota Oygt. the ii Bo MinaireU, Lillian ntzger- W . ; II nry Ntarahull, Mr. and Mrs. tlordi ;i V.' i,. ,,. d some motion pictures. T;.. Kushlon Show has gone up town Id '' i .- :. n tin Bronx yesterday at IJie All ii. or. i Theatre, I'melle Lea Is la " itun o: .:. utheis on the bill !'f'- v- lam Courtlelgh In "Peache" wd Barry, Huwthome and Inglh. Bar i it roll, ike Jewel City Trio and f and Harriet, R Kydell appeared with her "Lon " Belles" .it the Columbia Theatre Wl '. in a new burlesque entertain r ' 1 . i "Dlnkle'g Honeymoon," a ! travesty, It Is a long, varied ":';'' i s pnigramtnai In which Webee ': Campbell und others Introduce u : uml . of ipeclalllgg. " of I stntidard burlesque siiowii : ' " Colmnblg rlrcull wus seen al the I ..i .iirn yOOtOrdgy and de , ial'go audience t both per il 11, l.,s. 1 niliirt Sieaaun Beslna. Blmendorf tx-gan yesterday ' c at 'aim gin Hull a series of uteri le:tures which Is to continue ire 1. Yesterday It was '' :! I'l' '" about which Mr. . i- i his talk was II " , I. beautiful vleirg and mov fubseqlignl lectures will for : t: c Clmei liktrv 1? 1 i " "ilollaiid," "Bwltaorlnnd." i 'ai ai d "Southern Italy lerland." "Horti ".,1 s PlgpS anil Players. J ' '" profesilessJ tnstlnse of , ; ., .i Touler' et the Cen- Thutr thin sfternoon, ' '' Ins of the Drams ... bekl tiis after- ' '.. sum Tii. aire. Ithi ba - i. .1. of 'Trsastir ' - " . . ii ud Judv Thsatre til : lai.snitiar I. ' UnUM will hold " In elubhOUM to-night kt'k ..fir e.:tmisifii ii ti - v a ie iijs ruanigeri. - - 1 .. I OS of Ulles'ee'h Msr- ' i.u-ie -oi i .: n "Very Oood V.1" 'en III .- Iiet.e, ts.lv IS n will ." showa si the ruti rheglrs, 'I i Km Tree's etursgs 1 illi' Ti i lim Cnnijamy ! i of ten tin, during wit in ' - - ler -he supervision ' 1 i a.. Hf '.i ll engaged he '.. . a. at riivfl gsrvlee i .... i ipsel ing whleg , indsy sfisrnooai Novem- not interfere with the butiil emicert Kiel svsalag. "THE ANGEL IN THE HOUSE" IS SEEN AT THE FULTON . : 'jssBBsi tasaW BOBlsl BBBSBM W ssWfasswtl ' s P I m H I HIV ' tail I ' ' JfaflMMaP3sl Knio ny vvnite Hilda Spong and George Giddens Arnold Daly and F.xrellent Cant StniKjrlp Throii";li a WitleNH Offering. DULL AND BILLY LINES Rarely is a New Tork audience In vited to face su.'h an ordeal as that which confronted the ipaOtatOrs at the l'uiton Theatre last night Cruel and unusual punlehment li forbidden by law. It m.ty W' that ICngllsh aatlrleal plas are frequent enoiiRli not to he uiiusu tl. There was lluilolph Beslsr1! "Lady Pa tricia." for Instanee. Hut last night' Oxperionco was cruel to the well dis-i posed public that gathered to see Arnold Palj's first appearance in a play Which has been acted for a lonn time in Imi don hy II H. Irving. As a matter of fact, the little auditorium of the I'uttnn seemed to enclose In its narrow seuts the customary nrst i.lght gat baring. Hut certainly a few more lUch experiences -ill dlscourngc cvnii the meinhers of that select and hardy K.inc. The surprise of It all added to the homrs of the occasion. 'The Arigel In the House" waa written Uy B, Mac Donald Hastings and Kden PhlUpOtUt Then it Is said to have been popular ; for a lone: tone In London. So how was the least eJnlc!ous first nlghter to have 1 ajiy OOneoptlon of the torture thai w;dted him? There was :i comnany of ex.yyilent . players, Mr Duly hlnitrlf has a follow ing Hnd the authors are not unknown. I So the Imiwent walked Ignorairtly Into the trap. The Ansel Arrives. The first got starts If not or.ven- tionaiiv .it h ist oomprehanaltily. Tho av:ie Is the country house of an Knrtish baronet, wiio is awnlting the arrival of a logstcy heiiieathel to him hy an old 1 Mondi who is th.- mother of the youns' man bout to enter his family. This agpected gtnuafor .s deaorlbod by hia mother in a lett ; as ".m angel In the I house. " witatovor else he may be, it is entirely In aocofd With the rules of goo.1 dramaturg? lliat he should nun wut t, ho gomotnlng oloe, o lie Is f on d 10 he t least forty, svooompanled by dogs and other pets and his own captious temper whlefi staita him i" finding fault with every thing In the house, from the hours for meals to the quality of lie- lirri-y. He 1a not only selhsti hut un Inceaaant nteil dler Willi tho affairs of others. S. it dots not lake long for him to have the household upside down. Till hoUSC-holll consists of the host, his two daughters and their eultora. Une of these i an Italian olll'-er in the aviation corps ,ioi the otic r is an athlete m training f"r the AngloAmerlcan games in Chi ii--" Thu second act eettlea down Into n dreary satire of eugenics, cubism ami other futuristic tendencies In art. There is m tlio lious- a chaperon for tV'1 girl, who has taken to wearing flannel Doiliooat aa a symbol or her ions ,,i ail Interoal In the other sex. Hhe is, never th el eas, adopted by the angel In the house, who says he has a right to take her for a mother. Just as l.e tnrjW for his father the head of tiie house. In more than one soene of IhLs act the vie,!, suatc't.' Burnand'a oil oomedj "The Colonel," which satirised an ear ler tendency In ail. There arc flings at ..li the prevailing fads In art as w. II as such nn emphasis on eugenics lhai ti new urrtvul insists the two Rirlb shall find other husbands or al hast change partners. It e th resentment that ht arouses In the quartet of lovers, tiiat lead: to his discomfiture in the last net. I eft on on Island. Here lie and (he lady he has Selected as his companion ore hit on an Island after a picnic, in which the angel In tiie house has dloltngulehed himself chiefly hy eating ail the caviar sand WlCheS. The four lovers, with the father of the irlrls, disappear in tho boat. It Krows cold and there Is only the sym bolic flannel petticoat to protect the suffering angel in the house from I ho night air. Comfortably ooverod hy it, he dozes. When he and the lady are reHoued hy the eonsClonOO Btrll ken father, It is Inevitable that he should make an avowal of his affection and beg her to be his wife. This is th - frame on which the two authors h ive hum," their satire und also their burlesque. For much of their new play Is frankly burlesque. And whether It be comedy or farce or Hatlre or buries, me. It is all unspeak ably dull, Inconceivably childish and silly. Of drama there is, of course, not a trnco. There mlghl have been bad ihls prig who Is foisteJ on the family beon there as In "Tart.ilfe" and the rest I of the plays that mad,' tun family win. ii i dnscandefl from MollOrO's dramu with some purpohii. evidently he was there only to lenn again It tho mantel snd talk. And what talk It was! What witless and childish plffll was shot t tlio ears of the kindly public.' The pa tlent listeners after a good drenching of It bgnn to turn to Oho another with an expression of Inquiry. The!- loo,,., plainly posed the question, "Ii it i or is It the bluyT" tl WIS, 'f COUrU, the play. Hut it wss ho llicn llbly mil In. comprehensibly Ihe fault 01 the play Hist 11 was the Initlnol of the 1.. -tellers to put fill Hai ... possibly on thej.iselvn, Bo patient, after all, Is (ho poor, down trodden theatregoer. It ell went from ''.id lo worse. Sym pathy with th" SOtOri sot in after Ills iiiidci'in of Hie second lid. Certainly the aufileive fit mint cnniPMIIOnttlly to ward Mlsi sponK mid Mr. Daly in tin long slcuo oi nut last ait In whl ih hi put on tho iodi's inel petticoat, Vtss gpeng played with a fliis nilrll und buiy. uncy thut revealed the Hngllsh ' nirit ot sporl in It best estate. f-ite. hnd acted the put of i .e Ehiglleh matron tl iough out with dlstlmtlioii, intelligence and . ...- ill j if in "The Angel in the House." 'The Ansel la the Hnoaw" At the Ful ton Theatre. The Hen. Hvaemth Petavel. Arnold Tisly Sir Rirpert BllglOOI. . . .OeOfgQ OlddOM Ha.ll Malet BugCM O Hroli Lieut, '"junt l'letro Mosul, Hrflngbani vinto Robert. I'Oretval Moo e ii.iv garol mi, ia gpong LalllO Anna To1! J pa 1 1 1.errHlns l-'T-.-; personal clutrm. So one fell for her in the hiti. r nUnutee at the end. There were other eacellem actors in the play. 'Icow (ilddeno, MriiKRiing with th,- , horaoto? of an Impoaatblo Itllot Who nllowed himself for no ovldent rea son to ho made a fool of in his own house; Eugene O'Brien, .i(iifui and man ly as it specimen of the athletic Krltieh y outli : Alltla Tell and Lorraine I'luM. as two lovely pictures of Bngtlsh girlhood they were all admirable when the au thors allowed them to be Ii was not the fault of the players thai tle y ran backward and forw ard purpoai li soly and cackled until their conv isat'on was like the 'Tackling of thorns m, i,v a POt. Tle y went down In the genera; dis aster. Mr. Daly had as hard a task sa the rest of tile B0Ors -juoaahly more diffi cult, sine he madn it evident fro;u his rt.-t appearance that he ,i to be the whole play. There had been rather a pleaaajit prelude to his apparition in the llret net. for in th cpenliur seenes there w.itt a curtain charm. Mr. 1b1v. who is supposed to oe represent i na an IBngllgh gentleman, talked In a way that would have made Counle kldles feel like an Amateur OOOkney, When he ieparte,l from this naaal manner of speem he went over to the well kAffWtl vcs-al ntter- aneo of i Wolf Hopper. But in any estimate of Wtial hap pened at the Fulton Tlieatre InM oirht. with all the silliness and banality of th. play In mind, there Is nothing quite so astonishing as the tact that one of .; authors I Bdon Pblllpota and the other MaoDOOeJd Hastings. How reletitlessly the stage does expose the man of letters when he waudera there Without t :c sup port of that deaolsed Individual, ti e man of the theatre! CHANGES AT THE THEATRES. Hd Playl tra Broah Rack tn w atasrs. Tiwit prosperous Arm. "Potash a Perlmutter," is now oonductlng slmul taneously two ootabllafamentj xhe old firm re. eived Us ftlenda lasl night at the Btagdard Theatre. "Potash . Perl multer" ere warmly welcomed bark by he'r ouotomera Charles Klein and Montague (llasi put so much humanity ind vitality of the play made from Mi i Haas's stories tnal lis career In the American theatre should he long, I' .s of such stuff that the enduring drain. .a ue madi The audience al tin fltgndard Th iii" last nlghl received lh niece with tie etlthualusm it might have shown to .i novelty, Mdwnrd p, pis's farce "A pjir of Klxee" poaeesOM the inmtinishie advan tage "i i v '"'d idea, and this first ad- ii til go Is in-revised by tie fact that 1' Is kept cleurly in view throughout the play. So the audience at the leglngton Theatre last nkfht hud all ti e opportunl tl -s to laugh that it could possibly have desired, ii. ii Vraaoe lias ealectad un gcelleul company for tiie piece, anil the experiment of taking such a skilful comedian as Paul Nlehnlson out of vaudeville hns been a irreiit success, In other partlculara the play is admlrnbl) aeted. THE BROOKLYN PLAYS. Two Plage fsoen "Ifw to Theatre- ! Koers irrin. the Brldsie, The UontaUll Theatre bad a novelty last nlghl lu "The Irish I" ,.m In Which Andrew Mack was seen, singing won us especially written for him, swag gering bravely and doing nil the attrac tive tiling! lhat Irish heme. on the Stage have bun doing aver sineu Bouclcault invented this fantaitlo person, Theodore gayre Is the author of the new play. which was received with applause by tiie audience, lilldu Leary. win was seen in "Stolen i li ners," Is tilt- heroine , The company which Wllllum Elliott i assembled for the performance of .ierler.ee' rut Ihs roatl has been so suc- lussful that it win be continued Indefi nitely on Its tour, bust night Oaorge Hoi, art's play was seen al the .Majestic; Theatre. The modem morality always. Interests the public and with Its pictur- eeiUI and novel suiting made a profound 1 Impression on tho audience last night Thin the fact that evil Is bo alluringly I depleted does not In the least detract i from the Interest of the piece STAGE HANGING NEARLY FATAL tnillrner Thonsbt Acting Fine When Hiipr Hrokat. H0VTH MOgWAIiKi Conn., Nov. .- -That I i stage hanging here Satirrday i.lght . Un.ust resulted in a fatality became j known to-day. The gallows rope broke and Prink T vns : d, an actor with the ' 'i.aries k. chiirnplln company, playing tiio part of Dr. Coleman in "Tiie I.amh and tho Hrute," fell twenty feet. He sprained a wrist. Injured a hip and brokl out three teeth. Toe rope was strapped under htl arm pits in back and he was only supposed t , oiake a sliuht Jrop. The play was altered to tit the oirou instance and the noting went I ii as though nothing un usual had iiuppened. The audience thought it a thrilling performance, lint ' it was to-day before tho attending dootor 1st out Hie truth, Arllss Is Keen In Psaaulnl." ROOHglTUi Mi V., Nov. I. At Hut ' Lyoauni Theatre to-night 'leurgo A.rlies I bogan his American HaSOrv in "I'tcifa- ; rlnl," a play by BdnYarO Knoblauch, under tiie rrianigsmant of Kl.tw Br-1 Irurgjir a-nd (leorgo O, Tyler. He eras UUpporild by Margery Mnude, dauaiitir of Cyril Maude, Thj play in built I around many Irvsldintg In tiie life ? i tbs famous vlnllnbt, und the cent s are laid 1n lot don a centuiy ngo. II mm - '.II MmmW 1 L0POK0V A STARS ! IN ONE ACT PLAY i Wiiiiiprfoii Sqnaro Folk OlVfl Four Comcdips ni Hnnd boY Theatre. "OVERTONES" A NOVELTY I The group of ambitious arid iisthetlc young folk who handed themselves to gether under the name of the Washing ton Squars Players and started out last season to produce plays for the purpose of "stlmulntitK?" --to quote themselves- -"and developing nw snd artistic meth ods of acting, producing and writing for the A'tnerlcaii stsge." last nlicht tfefhon slraterl again that ihey could do some thing much more of moment tluni sllin ulatlng the llagO. Briefly tn Washington BnttarO 1'lav erg again brought forth Mis'- Lydla LopOkOVa to the footlights to be looked at and listened to And looking at Miss Lopokova and listening to her ItCWl) made In Amerlea pronun, lutlou Is Im'uii- tifuiiy stimulating to the American audi rni-e, Which needs sllmulation morn than the .'tag, und Is more grateful too. "Whim." by Alfred de Musset. and translated by Ralph Boeder, was tin une UCt play In which MlM bopokova se-ii lust nlghl at the Rand DOS Theatre In Fast Fifty -seventh ItlCOt, and In addi tion to "Whlma" which was the last playlet on ino hill, iii" Waonlngton Square Players preOOMod for the llrst time in America throe olio r "comparn live c onedles," as the ,r, gi amnio had It. These were "Literature," an Austrian ketch by .Vitiiur BohnlUler and trans lated by Hlale Plant : "iivi rtonen," Amer ican, by Alice tic rsteiiberg, a Chicago playwrbjht, who o;J an "Alleo tu Won derland' version (.i'ii in re auxt svasuii ; 'T ie Honorablt lajver." translated froni th,, Italian of Hubert o Bra ceo by Ralph Hoe.br, and flnall) de Mueeet'a "Wbhns." The IVaohlngton Mquura en. thuohtalfi, "Wins ro th.- very natui f their efforts, always run the risk of lie lug sorused of loMneos us to th, brw, but If the new bill at the Bandbox last night is charucterlstla of what thuy in tend to attempt during the i omlng et ison Iheatregoors neeri not aydd i'ie lletidbog through feir of bnng eaat lu'O tiuit solemn glootn wit i which Broadwa) ssam "latCS the output of the pale high brow. There were laughs aplenty throughout the entire MIL in fad. ''comparative farce" would have been nearer tiie truth than McompuraMve comedy" on the pro gramme. "Literature.'' tie opening I'lay, Is an echo of another one act effort by Rahnltiler, called "The Literary sense.' which Miss Katherine f.lre p'ayed at the Madison Srp.iare Theatf' SOOUt a docado ago. "Literature' ts threaded wi;h lines sm ut enough to arouse hearty laughter, and ii wag capubly a ted by Mis Helen Westley, Miss .ban Hlrange, Robert Itrange a.- i Frank Conroy, The American "Overtones' which fol lows mlghl hat" 'e'en called, to steal a titb- from the . .mie draugnteman. "if We Said wim; We Think." Iforporef, particularly wi ii ibne by Mlas (trace Orlswold, told fnrrtel (Misi Agnei M -earthy) what sue wanted tfairlef to hear, and vice ver'a , hut Just back of eaeh of the ladles all the time uere their real selves, played by the Mioses Josephine a. Meyer aned lifoel Haddon, ah, spoke right out In meeting who. the ladies thO light. lira,, it and ilia translator had madt his "Honorable Lovr" .-tern ItOPjontble. even if he was amusingly gotnOWhal iH -honorable, a presented by Frank Con foy, Aae.sting t'.io dla honorable lover a! least to appos r hononable wore t i, MUsea Flori uce liirlght ami Joseph Meyer awd Bdwaetd J. B Jlai line a:,d Jam . Torbell. .lfn--l de MutsMt'O "Wiiiiu." .a wibjutl Mica Weatley, tV'atrtar Prankl ami Ralph Hoedur aaoloted Mies Lopokova, tiuaed an irrevarejil person eiose to Tin: St man Ui ren arl. tlntt "Alf should have got Oaorgie Oohan to pull tills lltiie inev ' hi together to gvt more action." Novortlteleoe "WThiuui" was oltarmiugly produced, i.e. id. i Mi.Ts Uopokova wag on the al se most of the time, winch always Is reason elrDAIgll for any production, r For Fifty-eight Years a Real Leader. I J$ Cut CONDENSED MILK THE ORIGINAL In thousands of American homes Eaglo Brand has become a tried and dependable staple. As a culinary adjunct it provides a ready help in the production of innumerable dainties. Many prefer it for tea, coffee, cocoa or choc olate. It makes ice creams of delicious texture. Aa an Infant food whan mothers' milk falls, it affords a valuable substitute. Babiee like it. Eaay to prepare. QtfXARS SAX1 Strenath iBSeTVKe Think of it enclosed car luxury at touring car cost a six-cylinder Saxon, with detachable limousine top and with touring car top included, for $935. Completely equipped, including 2-unit electric starting and lighting system. Saxon "Six" Touring $785 Saxon "Four" Roadster $395 With Limousine Top HI With Coupe Top 455 Saxon "Six" Roadster 785 Electric Starter and Lights 50 Saxon Motor Co. of New York 251 W. 57th St. Phone Col. 781 1 Brooklyn Agency, 1270 Bedford Ave. Bronx Branch, 152d St. and Bergen Ave. Phone Melrose 2285 i 1 H I I NEW CHAPTER OPENS IN DUDLEY DIVORCE Aerated Lawyer Admits HfeT inp: Supplied Money to Missinjr Witneoa. WIPE IS VEILED IN COURT Tho trial of Col. Kdieard M. Pudlev, law yer of Camden and PhltadOlptfUsk for : criminal contempt of eourt begm yeeter I day before County Judge Tennant and la Jury In Jersey City. The prosecution Is based on an Indictment, which Mrs. Marie Mulock Dudley obtained aralnst Col. Dud By by persistent effort after hot petition for divorce, baled on chargOl that Col. Dudley had bOSTI guihy of Improper .-otiduot with Mrs. BllMbtth llatelle Vanderpoel, a widow of rau.ii j ties-on-the-Hudson and HIvrrMde Drive, was dlsmlsred by Vlee-rhnneellor ritev ' ens of tho New Jersey Court of t 'hnuc I cry. An Import mt witness. OOOYga Behalf" fer, Mrs. Dudley's chaulTeur, disappeared atter he Wal tubinenacd to tell what he I knew about the Colonel's alleged lslts to Atlantic City and other places With Mrs. Vanderpoel, and Col. Dudley WUS accused of iudu''lmr Sehaeffer to make hlmoelf scarce oven lifter a SUbpOefUl had been served on the chauffeur. I The evidence against LjOl, Dudley was I produced yeaterday by ITnlted H'ates Conimlaslonir James D, Cnrpotitor, Jr. who had Is'en one of Mrs. Dudley's lawyers In her dlVOTCC aetion, and Xtew jait li. l'olt . an attortloy for the Wilt I em Union Telegraph Company, Mr. I Foley brought lo court the originals of telegram! ahleh Col. Dudley sent to I HchacfTcr while Mr, Carpenter, who had found gchaeffer in Los Angeles arid hwil brought about s'. h irff. r e presence In Chlcigo. was detaining tiie man Ihoro trying to pareuadlo the chauffeur to ro ! turn to Jersey City and test it - against ' Cofu Dudley. I,awee's lelearams shown. I While in Chicago and on the way back to Carpenter's otiiee m Jersey ''uy HvhaeSer exhibited to the lawyi i various telegrams he had received from Col. l'uoiej. Mr. Carpotitor Idontlitod copies of these telegrams yesterday as well us testifying that tlx originals, produced by Mr, r'uley. were ;n Col. Dudhy's hand writing. Bcbaefter escuped fro.,. Mr. ' fjarpenter's office, after being taki n to 1 Jersey I'lty and glpoe then if person in- i tereeted has been able tu trace httn, The nrst telegram read to the Jury vest, rday was from go. ha eft er lo lie Colonel giving the news thai pt siiliKena i.j.l been served Then the Colonel sen! one. signed "Ld" and aki'ia ItchaefTei to "come at once ' Next several tele I grains from I' d. Dudley lo SVhaefter In structlug tfchaeffer to a , to ls Angeles land Inquiring about Hchaeffor's co tem I pi ited trip to Australia were read, a b tter purporting to have boon written by led. Dudley In the I'nlon League Club in I Philadelphia, w here the Colonel lived, obided hk liaeffer for "tolling all lo Cai- I pontor." "Mrs. Vanderpoel has been ma le m b -cause of your telling." the Cob. ml ! wrote. "She had to olose li. house and 'go away lo prevent the maids from I,'- j tug subpoenaed. Mrs. Vanderpoel de pended so inui ii iisti you and your die Icretion. Of couree ou will noi teetlfy I ard I W'iM do all 1 can to prut eel you." i Unclosed within this letter was a type. written statement which Col. Dudlej aaked Rchaeffer to uopy by hand send back it was an arrangement whereby Mchaeffer begged forgivener for not telii'.R that be had been sub. DesnstU, but hiwus: that ho hoi adopted the cnur-e because lie .l- aflald that Col. Dudley would not give Irm money I Hi go West If the Colonel heard of (hi ! subparts beins; sred. I "1 can read tills biter t., tie colIN i snd it will eleiir both you and nil .' WI , the colonel's suggestion axompaiiini the typed statement. Commissioner 'arpeni.r. lelllng Un Jury bow essential It bad been t,, pro. dues Mchaeffer aa witness In Mrs Dudley's divorce action, haul thut lln chauffeur bad confided to him mun i d 1 1 , lis of the Colonel's egeuralons will 73 preform An All-Season "Six" for $935 Oharlos of London 718 Fifth Avenue (OORNHH MTB IT J Special Exhibition of Forty Old English MARBLE MANTEL PIECES Mrs. Vandcr.iuel. Hchaolfir had ro vealed thai I'ol. DtUlloy bought tin auto mobile f,,r Mrs. Vimderpoel. and liiat tiie pair to,,k long rides through New FCnglend, N'ev York, New Jersey and 1'ennsylvniila. lie testified thai when he tried lo set the register of the Motel RaJoIgh In Washington, whore Pol, Dudley ami Mrs. Vanderpoel woro alligod to have Moppod, bo found Hint tho register had dl.-ap-peared, and I lint lie beard from the use ful ft' haeff. r that S-iiaefTer. acting in iler orders, had ar,ne to the home of at employee of the hotel and obtained the register. coi. Dudley, of Imposing nature and dtatlngulllied appeariiitre, testified tu his own defence, while his wife, nlosaljr vslled, watched him Intently. He said that ttahaeffer had worke-i for him three months In lilt, Dill that when i,. sold his car to Mrs. Vanderpoel S. liaeffer "went with the ear." 'lo n he broj owned the ear hO had used It In tills through the New Knglalld Mfntrs. but on these trips he was SCcomTMtntcd by a Mr. Mill-, who Wni engaged lo marry Mis. VandrrpiHl. ii,- could no! re mem. ber evorliavifia seen, ttiuuh less written, somi ,f the telegrams producod lu eourt ii,- did remember having communhtated w ith Hchaefor after Kchueffer wenl west but ho said that was only because the chauffeur was a g i boy who bad asked for belli and he wanted to .lo what he could. Money Htftl tdlllltleft.. ii.. certainly was unaware that Kchaeffcr was under subpema, he lestl lied lie admitted sivii.K Hctiaeffer money with which to go to California and thai lie put 11 i.i. Hi r on Hie train for I'lttsburg, Later hs sent gchaeffi r money to buy clothes, "I wrote lo him." Continued the Colo i.,". "asking luin If In- hid been sub IMOnaCd or pot. .is, if he had. u mlghl took h if I had Induced him fo bo away. 1 sent blltl llQ l"r clOthOg lis a kindness to a poor boy who had loot bli not':, r and told a pitiful story ." The trial will be continued this timi n ..ig with i'ol. Dudley on the suitid. "SECRET SERVICE" REVIVED. William l.lllette in iiui laeeeas at ih. yi at pi re Theiatrt. But two neks more of William Oil sstte'- engagement it The lmplre Tin atri remain, t-asi r'aht be revived "Kecret Hervlce." it was always one of his most skilful plies Whether or not in' e.,n nOW nnpeitr as a romantic hero ts a mai ler that de;, ei.de on the degree of ad miration one possesses for the actor, The play weal Well. It was acted llrst In lilt, After its long run at the ttarrlck Theatre it was taken to London io enjoy a renl success there, Joseph Brennan of the original cost was on 'lie siasre at the Umpire last night, acting bis old pa1'! of the Clmernl, Others in the cicolletil com ponj were Helen Free man in place of Am Bushy, Irene Hall man n pi of CMettu Tyi. r slid Marlon Abbe; In place of Aid e la Igh. Speed Trials of Uncle Sam's Newest Sea Fighter Remarkable Pictures of the Nevada and recent tests of Submarines, together with the les-on they point in preparedness. In THE SUN Next Sunday Other striking features in next Sunday s SUN will be: i Raiding England in a Zeppelin Thrilling ston of a German Air Captain, showing how the big fliers are guided With graphic pictures of a recent raid. 1 li 1 Little Andorra, Most Unam- The Exotic Dancers Who Are bitious Republic All the Rage An interesting story of the quaint Remarkable change in New York's country that has just felicitated Presi- terpsichorean likes indicated by dent Wilson With beautiful pictures. present craze for the Oriental. Breaking the American 100-Mile Auto Record Striking pictures of the machines in action in the great Match Race at SheeL shead Bay when an average of 105 miles an hour was attained. In the Pictorial Magazine You will find an unusual number of striking and important news pictures reproduced in beautiful photogravure. Read The Sun Next Sunday A good "Safety First" rule: Order from your Newsdealer To-day. I I I 1 1 t 1 BUS LINES A MENACE, SAYS INTERBOROUGH OpponfM PfuneMM t Rlvnl of Plftk Avpihip i n. by I.Hiikriiif'y Pltti WOVLD OKT siioin 11 l l,s Lawyer! of the tnterborough II phi Transit Company and the Hew fork Railway! Company, leri i;- William i1 QuthrlO M special counsel, appeared before the Hoard of Bltlmate yoatQrdai to oppose the granting of ,i fTunclller. I., iii,. New Vork Motor Hue Company, which proposes to operate i cenl Hnea through the city. The Fifni Avenue Couch Compony, II per cent, of lbs stoek of wMrli owned by the tnterborough, wanted this franehltc, but Ihe franchise commtftet of the Hoard of Kstlrunte favored ti". application ot Un New York issuoi Bin Company. The Interborough anil New York tall ways Company, amr tin 1 ill- ure of Hi, Fifth AVOUUe Coach Compun) fo bid sin i fgoflllly. asked a, further hearing before the full Hoar I of L ti mats approved the franchise, rkj il oame yesterday, licit wllh addlttottnl arguments in favor of the Fifth Avenue company, but with an argument igtilnsi nli bus lities. the argutueul being that tin- rlly will teopardlM Us own Invest. numts in th.' subways und drive lie existing surface Unci int bankruptcy if the application of the New Vork Motor Mil Company i ilpptnVi il " n certainly aa Ihi sun win nee to-morrow. Katd Mr. UUthrie, "He compotltlon of Hie nropoaed bus routt Would plunge th, surface line- Into f. new,, i bankruptcy. They would j.oiie liae tho intersNti of the dij ami ihe Investments in the transit system Tie Interborough is a fwrlnor "f the city. Th- motor buse would be a Lneuiicc to the invest men) ot ihe city in tin nek subways. Tiny Would lak awa! nil tin prwfltahh irnffli - the short haul I raffle, All the transit systems above fourteenth street would Its menaced, if the i,u franchises were granted II sj would 1..- a ilanirer lo nubile wi '.'b.c. Introduce a hundred or a thou tai d bus. - going a; high speed through I'ongestetl dlslrlcti and neither life i of limb would i.e .-.tie. Hy grunting the rranchlsi i pr bid would be retain li- --I and In -.: few weeks Brooklyn aould be clamoring to ) treated lu flu sume way.' M . . i till line sa d that the Interborough represented un Investment of IIST.ono, 900 and tio New Tork Hallways Com. p.my une f 119,600.1 lb said t le Interborough had obligated '.iseir to n vrst 174.090,000 In Hie dual subway - tem and the city 1(10,000.090. lb' d -elated that tiie Brooklyn section of Hi, subway system would b Ing the city's In Vestment up to iTt. ,990. Hi Insisted Huh th- city ought to deal fairly with its partner In ti e c enterprises, Mayor Mltcii I said he would give t., ee hours to the opiionents of tiie franchise, Mr. Ottthrle consul i half of t h : i me ysstertlay. lb- will llnlsh his urgunient to-morrow, Tlion Balubridge Colhj . William II. Wlllcog ami .loo Hedges wl I put forward tin: merits of the bu Kcheuie, Ti West Bnd Vssoctatlon has lllcil n protest with the Ihsiril of Ksllinnte iignlnsl the aslaltltshineni of a motor bus hue in W est I : , UVenuc. Kuidi . I, lite The Money Master " 'The Money Master' is bin in its iinalyiis of human nature and reveal new depths in Sir Gitbtltl power oi creation, his imag inatioii and his By Sir Gilbert Parker sympathies with the (J i stressed. He has Idled the novel with splendid touches I hat show men and women clear to l lieu souls and their bom." PhiUd- phn Rcrord. CofA. W.M ml I talhr. W ff HARPER & BROTHERS i:.-l,Mshcd IS 17 Wi i'r t fluli'ixy fifj;t t , farm , i.i i Among the New Favorites Are It is the !uty of our ddvtf. tisi'ig staff to report on tiie new merchandise as it cotnes in each day, crisp and fresh. The duty is always iraanf but never simple, because of tl-.e very uvufft of new things. Just now (as the Holiday1; approach) the new things are arriving ;,o fist that we almost cannot keep up with tliem! r m'frefagre, rirgt srrssirf, rent turn i a h,,o rreru rfsu a ffsiusgnei .,. d rf.Vfi.s,' ii. included in tin plan npprovel by t.is franchise e tu;;.,. 'in,- association holds 1 1 at i .,1 sh.it. legislation pggeed inui .... apis tni.- i oniughfare from all trnnsii lints and I hill t i en ue was bin b ptoperl.v holders In their , onllde . , Hint this legislation protectgd How New York Gets Its Election Returns Highly perfected system by which otes are counted, collected, tabula ted and flashed on the bulletin boards fully describe d ami pictured. 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