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UNAFFECTED BY THE
Audiences, Hopefully In
creasing, Indicate Passing
of Depression Forecast of
LmiSbtor ord tcarf, Joy nnil grlot-of
tlioso aro llio vita) houiB of life. Work
jiday liuinan exlstunco tnn ufton runs
nlone Hih limmlriini nionotaiiy, with no
ri'llof of luc Inuglitcr or wcoplitB! for
liuly aupietno jqya ami trBKftlk'H nro
inrc In the ppa of tho Individual life,
'jhcrofoi-n, It Is well tho humUuin, tho
lojular r.vtlim, should bo brolen, If vlca
rlDiioly. by pattaldtiR In tho inlmlc play
of tlia eteirml comedy In all Its phnaes
on tho fctaso.
Diama and louianco ale pclpctual In
Ihclr apprnl to tho hcnit of man and
woman, for they ato cilly tho Iruvcn
liiK clementi of ottr often dub and dreary
days. Itfad novels, bo to seo plays
juii will live all tho more keenly, work tho
jnoro ftnclently, think the inula clear
ly. (5"t away from tho ovtTjduy; ilso
fiom tho rut of moehanlcnl working and
r'ttlns ititl th'nklnR and he icrieshed Mltli
llio inoirliiont or sadness of the novel
and llio play. 1'rom Hhakcspcaio to (Jus
Thomas .Sophocles to Boinanl Shaw, Ar
htoplian'es to OcorBe M. Cohan, humanity
hai htmlicd unci wept, and escaped the
trtllmn of life's routine, through the mim
icry of the mime. If your life Is Joy
ous, It Is wrll to enter Into the tompcr-
Ins simulation of human soirow; If In
tioublf, If worried by your own diffi
culties, you can further study tho prob
lems of social life, domestic llfo and
business llfo on the stnee: If you ate in
sorrow, ou ran then submerKo your dis
appointments and losses In mellowing
Philadelphia has nlwnya been pre-eminently
aimisement-lolii and, with New
York, enjoys tho highest class dramas
and most elaboiate musical comedies,
litulnff tho summer, and for the past
wcoks, the audiences at tho theatres hero
hive certainly not been what tho "box
efllces" mlKht deslro, nor. Indeed, what
n sane, well-reKuIated llfo, on part
of the people, should Inbplie. Will the
nar continue to affect tho drama? Will
Jt keep people fiom tho theatie?
opinions of rnoDLTcrms.
"nurins tho Civil War," snld John
Mason the other day, "the theatres wcie
crowded. I'eoplo wanted to forget their
sorrows and tho horrors of war. I bellevo
that, presently, when tho first shock of
Hie European catastrophe Is over, the
tlip.-itn-s ulll till."
This Is ihe hopoful opinion of mnnngors
iilio, rle.splte the trmpoiary dcpicsslon in
1uilness, nio stemllly IiooMub notablo at
tiactloiix lor the local theatres.
"We believe the piesent heai.on will bo
eno of the greatest In tho history of tho
theatre," declared Ceorgo M. Cohan. "Wo
are KoltiR ahead with nil of our plans,
nhlcli Include many nw productions. In
fact, u aro conducting our business as If
no war existed. Reaction from depress
1r war news will bring the public Into
the playhouses In greater numbers than
It U significant to noto that during
the month of August ten new plas
were pioduted in Now York, equaling
list yeir't iccord. Of tho ten, but three
h ive failed. Twenty plays were produc
ed or iehfd In Mnnliattnii during Sep
ti nibor, 191J. For Seiitember, 19U, four
tien Now York productions have already
b-en announced, and It Is i-aid that by
Ottobci last year's record will have been
As an Indication of tho passing of the
war depipsslon, tho kIzo of uudlencet, at
tho tlit.it! cm heio hllghll, but slgnlil
isntly, ini'ivj'i'il duiing the past week,
and it ik eldeul that I'liilndelplilans, in
Mvarl of blooding upon tho cublt'd hoi
lois ami th war's effect upon bnslnes",
will wistly brighten niut het a desired
and wliolepiirnn diversion III the cuinlng
phvs oim may "bo good at a fight," or
he rairled awav hv tho horrifying eon
iniiiplation ui a Contlnentul cataclysm,
but after nil, as Tom Moure i-ald, " 'tis
letter at a play "
Hut one no drama will bo piesented
lim Monday night. At tho Adelphl Mls"J
Jlelen Waio will appear as tho star in
'The Itevolt," a now three-act play by
lioth the producer. I, Fluegelman. and
the author, .Mr. Locke, are J'ennsjlvan
ians, Mr. l'luegelman being born In Phil
adelphia and Mr. -Locke In Pittsburgh.
Mr, Locko the nuthor of "Tho Climax"
and "Tho C.iso of IJccky," both notable
successes. "The Jiovolt" depicts tho In
fluence of a noble woman upon the worst
It-menti In meii'H characters. Miss Ware
will uo ifintnibeied by thcatregoeis for
her splondla portrayal of Mary Turner
") 'Within the Law," which i.m ten
yks at the Adelphl last season. As
Anna Stevens In "Tho Ilevolt." Miss
war.) has bcon given one of tho ino"t
einulloinl p.rta of ,er career. Sho vkIII
"8 UPpOted hy n CnvA)o company, iu
i'i"ltiig tijnii Lnilght, litli l''r.inkln.
busKimo Will.,. Aunotto 'Tjler. itusaua
l-ucan. Jessie ltalph, Alphoiu JUIiier,
ailltensi,ler Tovvnhend. John Walsh,
ia,r. , c,wh Bam L'dwaids. Fred Pe-
n ?!' Mo,'c,nt 'l Prank Kelly.
n....r!!I .?. 'VVar''a eiiBaueinent Orace
Timh" l'"Jbably follow In "The
snhl.,VU C'iuen's successful comedy on
pub, rbau ife vUu be al, t.ar, nttractlon
a the Adelphl. In the course of tho
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STANLEY FIRST SHOWING
.ANXil JACK LONDON'S
,AN ODYSSEY of the NORTH"
Bruce McRae and Edith Camobcll
Walker in "Nearly Married" Gar
rick, September 28.
thrro acts of this play a two-story house
Is actually built on tho stage
vns- hbai't aitow
John M'a&ou's two weeks' engagement
hero In "Drugged" will terminate; next
Saturday night, .September 26 In Owen
Davis' scnsntlonnt melodrama, Mr. Mason
has achieved un effective success In tho
part of Dexter, tho railroad magnate
with a past. While Mr. Mason's excep
tional abilities ato adapted to mom setl
otis diama, ho haa succeeded In "putting
ovor" In rid melodrama In a way to hold
and thrill llrst-class audiences. Amelia
Gardener, as the morphlne-catlng 'wife,
also shows such admirable ability ns to
cause us to nope to seo her In the futuie
In a moro Intellectual vehicle for her
In tho lole of the fascinating Mrs.
Lriyiinc, In "Lady Wlndetnere s Fan,
a character In peculiar rapport with her
talents, Margaret Anglln will open n
foitnlght's engagement at the Uiond on
Monday, September 28. Mlis Anglln has
Rcorcd a tremendous hit In this part, and
comes to tho Broad with a company of
exceptional merit. Leonard Wllley, ono
of the members, will appear for the
first time In America, Mr. Wllley Is an
Australian, and for several jcar3 was
starred In that country under tho man
agement of the lato Thomas Williamson.
During Mlsa Anglln's Australian tour
four years ago sho saw Mr. Wllley play
several parts, and was so Impressed
with his work that sho resolved to cn
gago him for America. Mr. Wlllcy's con
tracts, however, nrohlbltcd his negotiat
ing with Miss Anglln until tho present
Mis. Fiskc, the Incomparable Mrs.
Flsko, will follow Miss Anglln. opening
her engagement October 12, In a new
comedy by John Luther Long and Frank
Stay ton, entitled "Lady Betty Martin
gale; or, The-Adventures of a Lively
Ifussy." The play Is high comedy, of tho
old Hngllsh school a school to which be
long such masterpiece;) of humor as "Tho
HIvals," "Sho Stoops to Conquer" and
"Tho Good-Naturrd Man." "Lady Betty
Martingale" Is, however, old only In
foini and tho duality of Its wit It is
quite new in plot, mul will be produced
with nil tho settings, costumes and light
effects that the modern stage affords.
Miss Fannlo Ward, who has always
been a great favorito with Phlladelphlans
nudlences, will be at the Broad Street
Thcutre for tho week of October 2i!, ap
pearing In "Madam President," the lol
llckiug faice fiom tho French of Maurice
lleimequlu and Pierre Vcber.
Beginning the last day of November,
Frances Starr, under the management of
David Belasco, will appear In tho latest
diama by Henri Bernstein, entitled "The
Secret." This Is said to be an unusual
play, offering a MrUtlng study of fem
inine character In Gnbrlelle Jannelot, tho
tolo played by Miss Starr. The play had
u run of live mouths at tho Belasco The
atre, Now York.
Margaret Anglin Broad, Sept. 28,
causes a luminous crops to appear. It
gives back icason to a demented brain.
It destroys tho statue of Jupiter, and
even restores to llfo n dead child. Claudia
meets a martyi's death In the palace of
Kmpress Agripplnn, and Is transported
to ParadlEc holding close to her heart
tho miraculous rose.
ArYintiir Mm ni-lnnlnfitu nf fill, fnflf- nrn
"Marlon Barney, Constance Mollneaux,
Sara Blala, Agnes Jlupes, Mnrguret
Vryllng, Frances Agnew, Elonnor Bus
sollj Violet de Blccnri nnd Amelia
Barleon. Domlna Marlnl, from La Scala,
Milan, Is premiere dauscusc.
After a thronglngly attended engage
ment, tho "Zlegfcld Follies" will end
their stny nt the Forrest next Saturday.
On Tuesday evening, September 29,
Charles Dillingham will present Montgom
ery nnd Stone, of popular appeal. In u
musical fantasy, entitled "Chln-Chln," a
fantasy written, together with the lyrics,
by Anno Caldwell, part author of "Tho
Lady of tho Slipper," and R. H. Burn
sldn. The mimic Is by Ivan Caryll. loiii
powr of "Tho Pink Lady."
Henry W. Savage j pioductlon of tho
Hungailnn operetta, "Sari." which made
a sensational musical succcst In New
York last season, comes to tho Foucht
for a limited engagement, beginning the
second w celt of November.
Myrtle Steadman in Jack London's "Sea Wolf" "Movie" Drama at Palace.
CHESTNUT ST. OPERA HOUSE
For twelve years a mil nolo play, en
titled "Pilate's Daughter," by Francis L.
Kernel, wai given at the Bonmn Cath
olic mission church at Koxbury, Mass.
The appcnl of the play wns the same
sort that drawn thousands each decade to
Obcrnmmergau. and manv people went
to Boston to witness tho production from
all parts of tho country.
Beginning September 23, Phlladelphlans
will bo enabled to attend "Pilate's
DuiiKhter" at tho Chestnut Street Opera
House, where, under the management of
George JI. Bienuan, It will bo produced
by tho Alban company. For a number
of years many of the big Now York
mauageis endeavored to secure the rights
of piofesslonal production. Last spring
these rights were sccutcd, and this play
was produced In several New England
cities, where It aroused great enthu
siasm. The engagement In this city is
ludellnlte, nnd after the conclusion hero
It will be pioduccd In New York.
"Pilate's Daughter" la unique In that
all the acting characters aro women. It
Is In seven scenes, the action carrying
from Jerusalem to Homo, Tho play la
based upon an old legend. Claudia, the
little daughter of Pontius Pilate, has
grown to love tho Nazarene who Is about
to be crucified. As Christ Is led thiough
the streets of Jerusalem, Claudia, stand
ing on the balcony of her father's house,
throws to Htm a rose. It touches Ills
garment. She hastens to recover It, and
tluds that although It has been trampled
upon by tho multitude, It has lost none
ot Its fieshness, fragrance or beauty. A
miracle has been wrought. All her llfo
Claudia cherishes the wondrous llovver,
and. through Its aid, piodlgles are per
formed by he.. She touches It to a
rock, and water gushes forth to relieve
the thirsting Christians In the Mamer
tlno pilson. Out of utter darkness, It
"Allele," one of tho most enthralling
French operettas produced, will fill tho
week at tho Garilck. Opening September
2S, Bruce Mcltae will 'nppear In Kdgar
Selwyn's farce comedy, "Nearly Man led."
under tho management ot Cohan and
Thls comedy, which deals with the
complications of a young married couple
who have Just been divorced, and who
continue to love each other after the de
cree, with the result they decide again
to marry. The elopement of the young
couple to escape their friends, their ar
rival at a deserted hotel, and the danger
of discovery furnish a seiles of highly
amusing situations. Mr. McBac will be
supported by the company appearing hi
tho original New York production.
"Tho Yellow Ticket." with Florence
Beed In tho lending role, will appear carlv
at Uin Garrlck, with the original New
York production and cast. Miss Hoed la
a Philadelphia gill unci the daughter of
the Into Boland Reed, the famous como
dlan. She still kcepi the lteed homo In
this city, where her mother now tesldes.
Miss need scored a remarkable succcsi
III "The Yellow Ticket" In Now York.
comedy, "The Rivals," on November 2.
The offerings for the balance of tho sea
son are ns follows: November 16, "Illndlo
Wakes," by Stanley Houghton, English;
November 30, "Moral," by LudwIgThoma,
German; December II. "Twelfth Night,"
ns produced by Max Relnhardt In Berlin;
December 2S. "Hoso Beind," by Haupt
inaun: January 11, "Papa." by Zoo
Alkens, American; January 23. "Tho
Labyrinth." by Paul Hervleu, French;
Febiunry 8. one-act plays to bo announc
ed later; February 22, "Love's Comedy,"
bv Henrlk Iben, Norwegian; March S,
"Tho Son Gull." by Anton Tchekoff. Rus
sian; March 22. "The Imaginary Invalid."
by Molleie, old Ficnch; April S, one-act
plays to be announced later; April 12,
"The Cussllls Engagement." by St. John
Hankln, Ihigllsh, and .May 5, "Tho In
spector General," by Nickolal Gogol.
"The Passing Show- of 1014," which lias
played all summer at the New York Win
ter Garden, conies to the Lyric Theatre
Monday evening, October 5.
"The Whirl ot the World" Is Fcheduled
to open nn engagement November 2. It
Is said to havo broken all previous rec
ords at the New York Winter Garden.
"High Jinks." icplcte with haunting
melodies nnd irreststlblo comedy, will
follow at the Lyric Theatro hero No
"An Aerial Honeymoon," a pantomimic
musical comedy, with the Brothers
Byrne, who made "Eight BcllV famous,
will be the nttraction at tho Liberty The
atre nct week. The si rnlc effcrti of
tho three acts Include threo shilling
(renin constructions a comedv automo
bile colllilou, wllh one automobile turn
ing somersaults Into the air. an ..
traordlnary dirigible balloon effect, which
revolves In an exciting iy clone, and a
runaway train, which crashes through
tho wall of a Swiss Inn nnd goes Into
tho air over the audience. These de
vices were used In the original London
pioductlon, and havo been elaborated by
John F. Byrne.
Marion Barney and Margaret Vry
ling in "Pilate's Daughter" Chestnut
Street Opera House, September 28.
folk and high brow-brow "lltcnnt"
alike, familiar In moving pictures, danced
to In tho phonograph. Mr. and Mrs. Ca.Ulo
will appear at B. F. IOIth's Chestnut
Street Theatre next week. This will be
their first appearance In vaudeville. Re
cently Mr. and Mis. Castle returned to
this country from London, where they
nppearcd in a command performance, be-
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Besides the Castles, next week's bill In
cludes Ruth Roye, "tho Pilnccss of Rag
time"; Hymack, tho "Chameleon Come
dian," in n novelty. Albert von TJlzer,
one of America's leading song writers,
offering old and new compositions, with
tho assistance of Dorothy Nord; Pletro,
the piano accordionist, playing classical
numbers and syncopated melodies: "Won
by a Leg," a comedy sketch, by Gordon
E'drld and company; Jack McLnllan nnd
May Carson, famed i oiler skaters, and
Mang. and Snyder, athletes and gymnasts.
At tho Orpheum Theatre, Gcrmantown,
next week, Cosmo Hamtlitno'u play. "Tho
Blindness of Virtue," will be presented by
a company of English players. "The
Blindness of Virtue" presents 1111 Indict
ment of the fallacy of peimittlng c 1 1 II
drcn to grow lip In Ignoranc, and tells
the story of tho daughter of a lecttor (
a. small parish near London.
THE LITTLE THEATRE
The Little Theatre will begin Its Ini
tial season of International repertoire
October 19. with a production of "Arms 1
and the Mnn," by Bernard Shaw. This
satire on war and militarism Is essen
tially timely, and will be seen in this
city for tho first time since Mansfield
played It hero, some twelve years ago
Following "Arms nnd the Man" there
will be a revival of Shei Man's quaint
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Engagement Positively Terminates
Saturday Evening, September 26
PRICES Sre?,n8B,1,Ic'Sc' l.e
I Matinees, 10c, 15c, 25c
Commencing Monday, Sept. 28th
Opening of the Regular Season
Th9 Famoue Miracle Flay
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WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 28
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JACK LONDON a MASTERPIECE
Ha tho Kndoreement of the Photo-Play
World ai lh Film That Will r Ivo K.rer.
B. F. KEITH'S
The world's greatest dancers can bo
counted on one hand Pavlowa. Mordkln,
NlJInsky nnd Sir. and Mrs, Vernon Cnatle.
In America the two latter are by far the
most popular. Who has not swayed in
the faacinatlnc maze of the "Castle
glide"? They are benefactors to a weary,
overworked lace this charmlnjc couple,
for they have added signally to the Joy
of life. And whoever enables humanity
to escape Its tedium Is a benefactor as
great n he who discovers a serum to
prevent disease, greater even than tho
scientist who perfects a new explosive.
Known In America from Cnpo Cod to
Carmel-by-the-Sea, popular among flsher-
During tho latter half of next week
Fenor ZoIaa, the pianist and son of tho
ex-1'resldcnt ot Nicaragua, will head tno
bill at the Knickerbocker. During the
nr.it half of the week IMdlo Clink, tho
impersonator and character song artist,
will present a musical specialty, assisted
by Clarissa Hose on tho 'cello. After u
llin of 32 weeks n the Gaiety Thentre,
London. George IlIehardH and lonipanv
will she their laughable fuiLe. "i:.m-
Monev." on the bill are the "Dancing ,
Mack;," who uro ntitlvr Plill.idelphl.ins,
and Viola Du Val. formerly of grand
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ADELPHI "JIln Wanted," comedy,, drama.
Peril and pltMtln of glrle in butlnen
world. KlenoFrnnhers, ben are I
DttO D "Drugged.' by Owen Dvl. starring
.John Maunn Mystery, murder, morphine
eating wife, ll,ooo theft, reoIver. Dang-I
nansr! What more d'y'n want?
CIIBSTMTT STREET OPERA H0t'BB-"O-blrla."
nno of the miMt epeetaculnr moving
pl(tur drnman ever presented.
roimEST Zlegfeld Polllee." Meli. verr
light, In humor and clothe. Wert Wllllama
Hetties the funny convolution of your brntn.
OAItRJCK "Adele." Freneh operetta. Dell
cnte. dainty, nitli eage meae don't kill
yourself when a fortune'" coming to you.
WALNUT "Blli.rin," thrilling nn It wae 01
years ago, eertiiln to keep fair dameela front
exploring the anowy steppes for romance.
Tho He volt," drama ot today,
etarrlne Helen Ware
I), r. KEITH'S Mr. and Mr,
In their original dances.
opera. Tho remainder of tho first half
of tile week's bill will bo inndo up of Bit
Uarnes and Mabel Hoblnsoli. In a. musical
number, and the. Lea Cnsodos. Spanish
acrobats, on their annual Amerlcin tour.
Anno Holllnger and company, In a dra
matic sketch, "Alias Irish Tessle," cornea
nfter Zclaya, on next Thursday's chang
A tninlattlio musical comedy, Seymour
Drown's "Tho IJachelor'a Dinner." In
which sixteen people took part, will be the)
feature next week nt the Broadway, In
a lighter vein thero will be the Guy
Uartlctt Trio; James Kennedy nnd com
pany. In a sketch, "Captain tiwlft": Lc
and Cianston, In "Bits of Old Ireland,"
nnd La Mont and Mllham, In a "Mu
sical Transformation Novelty-."
Mnrv I'lcltfortl, the popular photoplay
star, will uppenr In a "movie"' version of
dimming Pollock's romantlo drama,
"Sueh R Little Queen," ut the Stanley
next mi'Mi, It wau In this play
KLsle Kerguson originally starred and
won one of her greatest triumphs. Tha
play deals with the kings and queens of
"toy kingdoms" nnd thelt trials In pol
itics and romance.
Jack London's "Sea Wolf" In motlc
pictures will bo given at the Palace The
atre the week of September 28. "The Sea
AVoIf," as a dim drama, follows London's
novel with consistency nnd tldcllty to de
tail. Hobart Bosworth appears In th
part of Wolf Larsen.
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