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Evening public ledger. [volume] (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1914-1942, September 22, 1914, Sports Extra, Image 9

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" nyUE Monday Evening Dancing: Class, which
J. for many yer. iu"i.i .w. ..u wr
vlice, has ct the social status of the debutante.
Is for the flrf t time alnco the days of "Danclns
AVIIIIe White" without n chaperonc. Owing to
the tecent death of a near relative, Mrs. Fretlt
tcls Thurston Mason, who for tho last fifteen
or more ears has been In charge of the class,
IH nnt act In that capacity this yeah, and, so
far, no one has been found to take tho bur
den t'hlladelphla without a Monday Evening,
nt which a itcbulnnto has mot ahd conquered
many a hcarl, wilt bo a strange plate.
When Mr. White was at the hend of tho
clam, the conventional thing was for tho debu
tante to appenr In a slmpla French muslin
frock, made high at tho back of tho bodlco and
opened In n square at tho front, whero billows
of lace gave a soft finish; but tho debutante of
today seldom wears a slmplo gown, for oven
the most girlish nro mado of satin and silk.
Mr. Whlto was succeeded as head of tho class
, by Mis. George Hoker, who was In turn re
placed by Mrs. Frederick Thurston Mason. It
Is greatly to bo hoped that these delightful
dances wilt still bo kept up, and It Is with
great regret that society Is called upon to
relinquish Mrs. Mason, who has so admirably
conducted tho nffalr.
Miss Mary K. Olbson, of Mnybrook, Wynne
Jwood. has Issued Invitations for a lnrgo at-home,
to bo given at her country scat tho afternoon
of Tuesday, October 13, from until 7 o'clock,
to meet Miss Kalhcrlno V. Seolor, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Seoler, who will be
among tho debutantes of the season. Thero
will be dancing during the afternoon. Tho card
of Mrs. Robert C. II. Brock Is Inclosed.
Mr. and Mrs. Ferree Brlnton, of St. David's,
will Introduce their daughters, Miss Carolina I.
Brlnton and Mls3 Anna Blnncy Brlnton, at a
tea on Wednesday, October 7. Thero will be
dancing during tho afternoon, for which Herz
bcrg's orchestra has been engaged.
Jlrs. Samuel Keen Ashton, tho Misses Ashton
and Miss Emma Ashton Dorr returned today
from Jamestown, It. I., whero they spent tho
summer, to their houso at 25 South 23d street.
Miss Dorr will bo ono of this season's de
butantes and will bo Introduced nt a tea which
will bo given by her undo and aunt, Dr. and
Jlrs. Thomas G. Ashton, nt their country soat
at 'Wjnnowood, the afternoon of November 7.
A supper and danco will follow for tho mem
bers of tho receiving party.
Announcement hns been mado of tho engage
ment of Miss Maudo Bailsman Frantz, of Lan
caster, to Mr. Dexter Dwlght Draper. Miss
Frantz Is a member of the class of 1911, Wcl
lcssley College, and has many friends In this
city. Mr. Draper was graduated from tho med
ical school of the University of Pennsylvania In
liXW, and was tho all-Amerlcan fullback on tho
Pennsylvania teams in 1S08 and 1000.
He Is at present nttached to the faculty staff
of 'William and Mary College, at 'Williamsburg,
in jgfe a mim
John M. Kennedy, Jr., and his son, John M.
Kennedy, 3d, will close their country placo at
Fort Wnshlgton, October 15, and spend the
winter at tho Aldtno.
Mrs. James Hirst, of Torresdale, and her
daughteis, Miss Athella Hirst, Miss Rosalie
Hirst and Miss Virginia Hirst, who havo been
studying abroad for the past year, arrived
homo today on tho St. Taul.
Mr. and Mrs. Kingston Goddard Wholen havo
Just terminated their residence at Chelsea,
where thoy have lived for tho last three years,
and are occupying apartments at tha Colonial,
at the corner of Eloventh and Spruce streets,
for tho winter.
Mr. and Mrs. John Millar Gates and their
daughter, Miss Jane Gates, have returned to
this city and leased a residence at 2030 Locust
street, where they will make tholr homo this
Mr. and Mrs. 'William Levis, of 1623 Chestnut
street, have returned after a visit of several
weeks with Mr. and Mrs. George Tnllman nt
their summer cottage on Boston avenue, Chel
sea, Dr. Walter M. L. Zlegler, of North Seven
teenth street, has roturned to the city after a
prolonged stay at roland Springs, Me.
Mr. and Mm. Strickland L. Kneass havo re
turned to Daylesford from Haquette Lake,
ls T.
Over CO acceptances have been received for
the dinner to bo given "Wednesday night at tho
llatlnor Hunt Club by tho directors of tho Horso
Show Association, In honor of the visiting mas
ters of fox hounds and beaglo packs. It will
be a noticeable gathering of fox hunters, and
tho most prominent masters from packs alt
over the caht will be present, Including, "W. A.
"Waclstvorth. M. F. H of Geneseo, N. v.; A.
Henry Hlgglnson, 51. F. II., of the Middlesex
Hunt Club, of Boston; 11, L. Gerry, M. F. H,
of the Orango County Hunt, New York; J. H.
Townsend. of Goshen, N. Y.s W. W. Lanahan.
M F H. of the Klkridgo Hunt Club, of Mary
land, rtedmond C. Stewart and D. H. Brews
ter. Joint masters of tho Green Spring A'nlley
nt Club, of Baltimore, and Mr. "White, M.
" " of the Chagrin Valley Hunt, of Cleve
land, O.
ovnuiltooK Mr. and Mrs. Murtha P. Quinn
have nosed their Ventnor cottage and returned
to njsi Urtxel road.
Mrs. Itobert L. O'ltellly, Miss Francesca
Olteilly and Miss Margaret T. O'Reilly, who
Pent the bummer at Capo May, will return
home October 1.
MLitio.N-Mr. and Mis. ndgar B. Howard have
open..,l their house on Linden lane, after spend
nB "10 -""minor at their place at Bar Harbor.
Mr. and Mrs. Kidney L. Crawford, of Hazel
nuist avenue, have returned from a trip to
'ong Hland.
m H. H. Kndlcott, Miss Anna TV. Endlcott,
, Murewret It. Bndlcott and Miss Mabel
'! ott havo returned from Lake Oeorge and
opened their residence on Highland avenue.
air and Mrs. John C. UcKeon. of Wynne-
, 4 and Forcst avenues, havo returned home
'' " ,wo mont' stay at the Hotel Brighton,
Atlantic City.
W "BH,TH Mrs- "enry C. Howes, corner
a .T,M6.ana ESS6X avenue- has returnd "
a hoit trip to New York
Wniea by Mrs. Horner's father. C. S. Mlrlck.
MountrlUsr;,e,, trm Tobjhanna. In the Poc-ono
Mrs Jame. Dorsey aa Wm Frances noraey
Y TrMa frm a VU,t to ""and.
C"D JIr' "! Mrs. 8. Chester WH
,aB 8W family, who Bpent th 8um,
Mrs. Harrison Is an ardent lover of
horses and may always be seen at the race
meets and other affairs of the kind which
fill up the social round of the early fall and
late spring.
mer at Narragansett Pier and Newport, have
returned to Carondelet.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis A. Donaldson, Jr., and
their two children hnvo opened their house
on Hathaway road, after spending tho sum
mer at their Ventnor cottage.
Jlrs. Walter Clothier has returned from'
Watch Hill, It. I., for the opening of tho Bryn
Mawr Horso Show.
ARDMOIIE Mrs. Thomas J. Barger, who has
been motoring through tho Whlto Mountains
and along Lako George, Lake Champlaln and
the Jersey coast, returned to Tho Gables last
Mr. and Mrs. Reuben B. Clark, who spent
the summer with Mrs. Clark's mother, Mrs.
Godshalk, at her Capo May cottage, havo
opened their houso on Mill Creek road.
IIAVFJiroilD-Mr. and Mrs. J. Stanley Reeves,
of Boggestowo, Haverford, havo as their
guests for horso show week Mr. and Mrs.
Frederick Sturgls, of New York. They will
entertain nt dinner In their honor Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. T. DoWItt Cuylcr and their
daughter, Mls Eleanor Cuyler, of Haverford,
havo roturned from Bar Harbor, Me., whero
they have been occupying tho Jossup cottage.
Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Ellison, Jr., havo re
turned to the Bobbins house on Rose lane,
Hdvcrford. They will open their town house,
1923 Locust street, tho latter part of this month.
Alexander C. Yarnall, of Haverford, has re
turned from Northeast Hnrbor, Sic., whero ho
has been spending tho summer with his family.
Miss Mary E. Clayton, of Haverford, ono
of this season's debutantes, has returned from
Colllugswood, N. Y.
Miss Marlon Sharpless. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Townsend Sharpless, of Chelten Hills,
accompanied by Mrs. John II. Hutchinson, has
gone to Bayslde, L. I to be the guest of Mrs.
Charles Gould for ten days.
Miss Susan Nice, of Ogontz, has Joined her
slater, Miss Katharlno Nice, at Kennebaga
Lake, Me., and will not return until the first
of October.
Mr. and Jlrs. Edwin L. Cross are spending
the early fall nt their bungalow at Gwynedd
Jlr. and Jlrs. Rudcllffe Furness, of Summit
avenue, Jcnklntown, are spending ten days at
Wawa, Pa., as the guests of Jlrs. Furness'
mother, Jlrs. George Wood.
JHsa JIary Loverlng Wharton, of Ontalauna,
Old York road, returned on Tuesday from
Jamestown, R. L, whero she has been since
mo neginning or June.
Harrison Avery, of Oak Lane, will return to
Annapolis, Md.. on Thursday, after a month's
Sir. Avery, who Is a sophomore at the Naval
Academy, spent several months on tho school
ship cruising In tho Jlcdlterranean. from which
ho traveled across Europe, reaching Switzer
land en route for home just before American
tourists were detained by the war.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davis, of Seventeenth
and Porter streets, who havo spent the sum
mer at Ocean City, will return to their homo
on October 1,
JIUs Emma Cooper, of Oak lane, who has
been spending the season at the coast resotts
returned from Atlantic City on Saturday and
opened her homo at Eleventh street and Chelten
Miss Elizabeth Lukes yd Miss Margaret
Lukes, of Old York road, returned on Saturday
after several weeks at Ocean City.
MUs Lucy Schcagel, of MeU. Germany, who
has beeu the guest of Mrs. Bernard Wllmsens
during the spring and summer, is stopping with
them at their home at Elklns Park.
Mrs. B. C. D. Neuhauser and her family,
who have been spending the summer at Squirrel
Island, Me., will return to their homo at
Eleventh street and Chelten avenue on Thurs
day. Mr. and Mrs. Victor C, Drlesbach. of Fifth
street and Independence avenue, whtj have been
spending tho season ftt Ocean City, will return
to their homo tomorrow,
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Price Tunis nnd their
daughters, Annla Leigh Tunis and Lydla W.
Tunis, who havo occupied their cottago at
Northeast Harbor nil summer, will return to
their homo nt St. Martin's tho middle of Oc
tober.' Jtr. and Mrs. Edward Walter Clark, Miss
Christina N. Clark, Miss Frances B. Clark and
Sydney P. Clark, ( who havo been spending
the season nt Atoparock, their summer homo
at Marblchead, Jtass., will return on Saturday
to Keownydln, their homo nt Jloreland nnd
Chcrochee avenues,
Jlrs, Charles A. Potter Is motoring down
from Magnolia, J'nss., whero sho hun been
spending some time, nnd will stop for a week
nt Mantoloklng, N. J., before returning to her
homo in Chestnut Hill. Mrs. Dorothy Potter
returned homo last Saturday.
Jtrs. Edgar Shcppard nnd Jtlss Mary Shcp
pnrd returned last week from Kennobunkport,
Me., to their homo In St. Martin's.
Jlrs. Howard S. Clrnhnm and Miss Jfarla T
Graham, who have been upending tho season
at Whetstone, their summor homo at Newport,
will return on Saturday to their homo at 203
West Chestnut avenue.
Howard S. Graham nnd his son, Howard S.
Graham, Jr., who havo nlso been nt Whetstono
during the summer, returned to Chestnut Hill
on Snttirday,
Jtlss Helen Llpplncott, who spent the greater
part of tho summer In Bar Harbor and Lenox,
Is now nt Garden City, L. I. Later sho will go
to Now York, whore sho will spend soma time.
Jllso Rebecca Willing Ncwhall has returned
from a stny In Jnmestnwn.
Jlrs. Frank V. Chambers, of 7321 Boyer street,
Is spending tho week with Dr. nnd Jtrs
Francis Chnmbora nt their homo nt Easton, Pn.
Jlr. nnd Jtrs. J. Jones, of Summit sttcct,
spent tho week-end In Attnntlo City.
Jtr. nnd Jlrs. John A. Brown, of ID West
Springfield nvenuc, together with Jtis. Brown's
mother, Jlrs. Herman Lewis, will return to
day from Chelsea, where they havo spent sev
eral weeks.
JIlss Emily jrortly, of Allen lane, has re
turned to her home after visiting JIlss JInry
Grove at her camp rtt Edgemcre, Plko County.
Jlr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Burgess havo returned
ilrom a motor trip through New York State,
accompanied by their daughter and son-in-law.
Jlr. and Jlrs. Lnnnlng Harvey, of Wllkcs
Barrc, Pn. ,
Jlr. nnd Mrs. Chnrlcs Hunslckcr. of 13 Went
Upsal stieot, havo closed their cottngo In Cupo
JIny and returned to town.
Jlr. and Mrs. Frederick Dudley, of 2W Queen
lane, nnd their llttlo son hnvo returned from
Cape Jlny, whero they spent August.
Jlr. and Jlrs. B. B. Lister nnd fnmlly hnvo
j-etus-ncd to town from Seaside Park, whero
they have n cottngo.
Mrs. Edward Davis, JIlss Catherine Hunter
Davis and Miss JIargaret II. Davis, of Hoitter
street and Wnyno nvenue, who havo been
spending tho summer nt North Adams, Mass.,
will return to their home on Saturday.
JIlss Alice M. Gorham. of ' TVIssahlckon ave
Jiuo and Price street, roturned on Satuiday
from Bonnlo Lodge, Steuben, JIc., whero Bho
spent tho summor. Mrs. Walter JI. Gorhum,
Miss Edith S. Gorham nnd Walter JI. Gorham
will return on October 1.
S. S. Durham, of AllcntownPa., Is the guest
of Jlr. and Jlrs. J. Edward Durham nt thcr
home nt 310 West Johnson stioet.
Jlr. and Jlrs. George Stnuvbiidgc returned
from Europo Inst week.
Jlrs. John II. Gregg, of U5 Lincoln drive, luis
returned from spending the summer nt Port
Kent, Lake Champlaln. Jlrs. Gregg is nt pres
ent tho guest of her daughter and son-in-law,
-wr. ana Mrs. Joseph Hnywurd Roberts.
Jlr. and Jlrs. Jlorton Glbbons-Neff have
closed their cottage In Beach Haven nnd havo
opened their home. West Penn street. Queen
Luno JInnor.
Jlrs. Edward Troth, of 3118 West Tenn stteet,
arrived yesterday from Europe.
Jlr. and Jtrs. Searing Wilson and family, of
24 South 39th street, returned from Chelson
last week.
JIlss Jtnrgaret E. Hodge, who spent some
time at Kceno Valley, N. y., has returned to
her homo, 310 South 41st street.
Jlr. and Jlrs. John W. Powers, of 42IS Balti
more avenue, returned last week from Atlantic
City, where they spent tho summer.
Jlrs. JInthow Pntton. of 264 South 3Sth stieot,
returned last week from a visit to her son,'
John B. Pntton, nt his house in Chelsea.
Dr. JL K. Elmer will spend this winter nt
tho Normnndlo.
Jlrs. Charles TV. JIcCuc, Jr., of 4525 Locust
street, returned from Ocean City last Thurs
duy. JIlss Rose Nellon, of 3Sth and Chestnut
streets, left today to visit Jlrs. Jlax Atlee. of
Warrenton, Va.
Jlrs. David Kerr has closed her home nt Elk
ton. JId and icturned to her apartments at
24 South 43d street for tho winter.
Jtr. nnd Jlrs. Lesllo A. McCandless. of 1(12
Pino street, have returned home, having spent
the summer in Chelsea.
Jlr. and Mrs. Walter F. Shetzllne and JIlss
Emma Shetzllno, of 4313 Spruce street, havo
closed their bouse In Ventnor and returned
to town.
Mrs. F. Wlllard Wood, of Nicholson, Pa., Is
visiting her sister, Jlrs. T. V, Bolan, 323 North
Preston street.
JIlss Charlotta H. Browne, of the Gunther,
43d street and Baltlmoro avenue, Is In London,
where she will remain all winter.
Jlrs. Mary C. Sehcier, of ms South 4Sth
street, has Just returned from a visit to her
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and JlrB. Thomas
M. Longcope, Jr., who are making their homo
in Chicago.
Jlr. and Mrs. Otto Fans nnd JlJss Faas have
left their apartments at La Blanche. 51st and
Walnut streets, and are now In their now homo
at 5515 Larchwood nvenue, West Philadelphia.
- I i i fi i i h i i I ii in ii iJi 1 .Hi i -
. nmk WBmmmimmmm'9 M
havo been during tho summer months, and re
turned to their homo at 1517 South Broad
Jlr. nnd Mrs. James Young, of 140." South
Broad street, have returned to town. Thoy
havo been entertaining during the stimmer
months nt their cottage in Chelsea,
months at their cottage n Chelsea.
Tennis and Golf Tournaments at Various Clubs
Lure Devotees of These Sports.
Any ono Interested In suburban club affairs
might bo Inclined to think thnt a spirit of
rivalry pervades the club atmosphere, Judging
from tho numerous attractions Fchcdulcd.
At JIunhelm, the homo of tho Gormantown
Cricket Club, tho ladles' annual lawn tennis
tournament for singles, doubles and mixed
doubles will begin Jlondny, September 28. This
event never falls to draw largo crowds of
spectators, Including devotees of tho JIanhclm
contestants as well as enthusiastic rooter
from nil the surrounding cricket nnd country
clubs. Tho tennis committee Includes JIlss
Ilannnh P. Wright. Jlrs. Jlantlo Fielding, Jlrs.
William T. Newhnll, Miss JInry jrerrlck.
Lnst week there was a golf tournament nt
the Philadelphia Cricket Club, St JIartln's,
nnd on next Tuesday the Berthellyn golf tour
nament will open at tho Huntingdon Valley
Club, In which most of the prominent nearby
golf players will take part.
Locw's Knickerbocker
Comedy prevails on tho bill for tho first half
of tho week nt tho Knickerbocker Theatre. To
bo sure, Edward Clark, in his feature net, in
troduced enough pathos In ills work nt times
to make It somewhat an exception to tho gen
eral statement. But the surrounding nets were
frankly designed from start to finish for
laughing purposes, nnd attained their end with
a high degree of success.
Edward Clark, to a piano accompaniment,
gave a number of exttomely clever character
impersonations, ranging from that of a Broad
wny chorus girl to a pathetic Bketch of a
Homeless street urchin. The act was novel
and made a hit.
Barnes nnd Robinson, In a piano-singing con
coction, kept tho audience In gnles of laughter
from their entrance to exit. There are scores
of teams In vaudeville doing acts of the sarao
character, but this couple are above the av
erage. A'iola du Val has a good voice, nlso a bad
cold, nnd had to cut her turn short. George
Rlchnrsd and company romped nt high farclcnl
speed through n sketch. Tho Casndocs. as
comedy tumblers and acrobats, showed new
Idens, nnd tho JIacks proved Ingenious, if
rather strenuous, dancers.
Sirs. John JIcGarrlty and family, of u;l
South Twentieth street, have just returned to
the city, having spent tho summer ut their
cottage In Atlantic City.
Tho Mltsea Wilson, ofs 1537 South Fifteenth
street, are still entertaining at their cottage
In Cape May. They expect to return to town
on or about October 1.
Jlr. nnd Jlrs. Thomas Morgan Carr, of 910
South 22d street, are receiving congratulations
on the birth of a llttlo daughtor. Jlrs. Carr
will bo remembered as Miss Madeline Steubel.
Sirs. John Reilly and JIlss Alice Reilly, of
1SW South 23d street, have Just ic turned from
an extensive tour of Europe. They had some
Interesting experiences during tho mobiliza
tion of the French troops, war having been de
clared wnllo they were In Lourdes, France.
Dr Thomas J Byrne and Sirs, Byrne have
closed their cottage at CUeUea, whero they
''Blindness of Virtue"
Tho beautiful young daughter of an English
vicar is brought up in Ignorance regarding the
facts of facts. She knows nothing about eu
grilles or a lack of eugenics. The girl and n
youth, with whom sho falls in love, are drawn
back from tho proverbial abyss "in time." This
Is the thomo of the "Blindness of Virtue" bv
Cosmo Hamilton, well played by a company
of English actors at the Orpheum.
"The Conspiracy"
A young woman kills the leader of a band or
whlto Maers and Is sought by the police. Sho
Is engaged as stenographer by a shrewd, whim
sical writer of detective yarns, who writes a
tnla about tho crime committed by tho girl
and brings her to confess to him. However,
ho saves her. and virtue triumphs. A thrilling
detective drama, successful in New York nnd
revived, with excellent acting, nt the American,
The tricks of tho stage aro Infinite. In the
now production by tha Brothers, Byrne, of
"Eight Bells" fame, an neroplune oyago lit
erally lifts beholders from their seats. Theie
Ii a collision between two motor cars and tho
demolition of n Swiss Inn by a runaway ex
press train. A rough-and-tumble, fun-making
Tho delightful Rebecca, of Jlrs. Kate Pougia.,
Wiggins' "Rebecca of Sunn brook Farm," qtilto
captivates from tho romantic settings on the
stago of the Walnut. .Marguerite Henry nlai-s
Rebecca with winning charm. .V sweet, appeal,
tng story at boyhood and girlhood.
New Yictor Herbert Comedy
"The Debutante," a new comedy by Harry B.
and Bobert B. Smith, with a musical score by
Victor Herbert, had its premiere at the new
Nixon Theatro In Atlantic City last night. Hazle
Dawn appeared us the star. The supporting
company Includes Koo Burnett, Sylvia Jason,
Maude Odell, Will West, William Danforth,
Stewart Balrd and Robert G. Pitkin.
Down at the Broadway Theatre. In South
Philadelphia, the headliner this week. Seymour
Browns "The n.u.iielor'8 Dinner." proves
screamingly funny Sixteen persons are In the
compaio. and eavh etauds out as an expert In
a particular line.
Problem of Men's Neglect and Decep
tion of Wives Theme of "The Revolt."
A Play That "Gets Across."
A waiting wife a wlfo waiting late In tho
night for tho husband to return who, loving,
deludes herself Into believing her husband's
cxruses nnd untruths, nnd caring for tho
home and a child. Is stinted by a mengre al
lowance, makes over old dresses nnd benra
negllgenco patiently. A wlfo tortured with sus
picions, harrowed with Jealousy, still devoted
and meek and silent. A pathetic figure a too
common llguro In life. Her counterpart Is to
bo found In tho llttlo frame dwellings of every
town, in the drnb rookeries of every hlvo-liko
city apartment house.
It has remained for E.dward Locke to present
this piteous human drama In such a popular
way ns to express and bring homo the injus
tice of tho doublo standard of morals in tho
marrlago relation In "The Itovolt," which
opened at the Adelphl last night. Ono might
say it remained, through tho chicle of Jlr.
Loekc5s play, for Helen Ware Intimately to pro
sent tho heait tragedy of too many wives.
"The Revolt" as a play has excellent qual
ities. It transplants complications nnd phases
of nctual life to the stage. It carries Its alle
gory convincingly. It is a piny that must seri
ously do good. While it throws before Its
audience, in the second net, the meretricious
elegance and luxury of vicious living, ns main
tained by self-righteous. self-Justifying men,
"The Revolt" is clean and salutary. It is an
American play, dealing with familiar domestic
conditions. It is as effective a play on Its
theme as was tho nntlsoptlc, much-exploited
drama of Brleux on another.
Anna Stephens, the wife, has waited for her
husband night after night for seven years.
There was only a honeymoon year of happiness.
John, the husband, acted by Alphonz Ethler,
spends his evenings as many husbands do, nnd
whllo he tells his wife ho works at tho offlco,
mingles In the company of a certain kind of
emancipated women. To them ho gives his
money. A tribute must be paid to Jliss Ware
ns nn actress. Unaffected by tho tricks of tho
stage, intellectual in her interpretation, her
acting has the simplicity of really great talent.
One Is never conscious of. the actress, you see
only the wife. Such a portrayal Is art.
Assured of her husband's infidelity by her
scheming, IUaInous, whisky-addicted step
mother, who urges her to the life which. If it
""" '" money, unngs money to women,
Anna confronts John with evidence of his mis
doings in a letter received from a woman. The
long pent-up passion of years bursts forth, and
Anna rushes forth to the life of freedom en
Joyed by the husband. While her precipitate
flight after midnight In the morning from tho
dingy Hat In Brooklyn to the "swell" apart
ment of Flora La Rose, formerly Llna Schmidt,
her old school chum, on Riverside drlvo, raises
a doubt as to Its plausibility. It Is supposedly
excused by the claim of dramatic exigencies.
Most women would wait till morning and. If
they loved their child as prodigiously as Anna
asseited. would tako their child with them.
In striking contrast to the mean homo of tho I
decent wife, tha second act flaunts the alluio
nnd horror-of tho luxurious homo of tho aban
doned woman. Beth Frnnklyn. as La Rose, Is
hoeklngly true to life-we Just almost hato to
make- her acquaintance In public. A night, or
rather very early morning, revel takes placo,
and Anna Stephens, radiantly clothed In a
Parisian gown of rose satin mid spangled sli
ver. Is wooed by an intoxicated admirer. Sho
drinks champagne, sings, smokes cigarettes,
dually breaks down nnd weeps. There Is a
struggle, for tho Indomltnhle honesty and purity
of Anna's nature recoil from the nbjss. ,t
the crucial hour Anna is rescued by one of tho
anonymous visitors, and Is about to flee when
a telephone message Informs her of the serious
illness of her child.
Over tho bed of tho ihild. believed to be dy
ing, the husband, confronted with the folly of
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ADELPHI "Tho Revolt," by Edward IJOke
starring Helen Ware. Boview Below. ,f
BUOAD "Drugged," melodrama by Owen Da'
vis, with John JInson ns railroad magnate)
with a penitentiary past. As like real llfo as
tho novels of Hnrold Bell Wright, but mora
thrilling than actual life, even under npproxl
mate circumstances.
hlrla," movlng-plcturn drama by Gnbrlelto
D'Annunzlo. of tho third century B. C. A
truly marvelous feat on the reel, with a con
vlnclng volcanic eruption.
FOrtREST "Zlcgfcld Follies," a potpourri oi
songs, Jokes nnd spectacular effects; enter
taining without consuming brnln-phosphonis,
GARHICK "Adele," French operetta, with cap-
mating music. Hoversnls In Iovo, with a
' husband falling In Iovo with his wife.
' KEITH'S Jlr. nnd Jlrs. Vernon Castlo In their
original dances.
I WALNUT "Rebcrca of Sunnybrook Farm," by
1 Knte Douglas Wiggln. Hattirn of this popu
lnr, unpretentious hut nppeallng play.
his eloublc'fltnndntd, raves and weeps. Anna,
radiantly gowned, rcturni with her rescuer,
John denounces her. "Prude," tho rescuer, re
cites to John tho events of the night In tho
gay demesne of the Infamous Flora nnd tells
of Anna's victorious struggle ngninst the In
fnmy of loose living ns she briefly saw It. Tha
sermon delivered, tho friend, who It a doctor
nnd has ndmlnl.stered to the child, departs.
John, ovcrwhelmod, rcntlzlng thnt his life ha
heen no whit better thnn that of tho women
whoso ranks ho feared his own wife In des
peintlon had Joined, Is reiolvcd upon a chnnge
fur the futuie. Tho night Is over morning
dawns. And with morning tho dawn of now
Idenls tho comprehension of a powerful lesson.
That very delightful couple, Jlr. nnd Jlrs,
Vernon Castle, had danced tho "box trot," tho
"Argentine tango," the old-fashioned polka, as
It was never so gracefully danced by your
grandmother, nnd tho "maxlxe" at Keith's
yesterday afternoon. In nn awed whisper, a
woman In ono of the boxes leaned to hor
vis-a-vis nnd asked: "Whero did thoy coma
from? How did they over learn to do It?"
The dancing of tho Castles, who aro as
charming ns thoy nro grnceful, possesses ths
delight of all too-fugltlvo things. That is the
only ciltlcl.sm one might make of their np
pearancc. It is hlmply too delightful for its
"When nnd how did you begin to dance?"
Jlr. Castle was asked, the curiosity of thft
woman In tho box In mind.
"I played tho part of tho barber In Low
Fields' show, 'Henrietta,' in Now York," said
Vornon Castlo In the diesslng room after his
"net" was ocr. "A French manager who
liked tho net In which I appealed as the bar
ber nsked mo to go to Pails and do an ab
biovlated sketch in French. Jlrs. Castlo and
I had Just been married. That wus about three
years ago. We went to Paris. Our manager
went broke. Wo had Just 130 francs $26. Wo
woro desporate, I tell you. 'What'H wo do?'
I said. 'Let's go to the Cafo do Paris and
fcpend the 100 francs," said Jlrs. Castle. Wo
did. Wo had 55 left.
"There were 11 lot of grand dukes and other
funny people In the Cafe de Paris. Thero was
dancing. Wo got into the spirit of tho fun,
nnd rny wlfo nnd I got up and danced. Wo
danced tno 'Grizzly Bear.' We were rotten,
really. Somehow our dance pleased some Rus
sian prince, an awfully rich fellow, and ho sent
2000 francs over to us as a gift. I wanted to re
turn the flOO, but my wife wouldn't let mc. Sho
slipped the money into my pocket, Tho man
ager then enme over and said he'd reserve tho
table for us every night, give us our meals
and wanted im to dance. I told him I couldn't
do that; then he engaged us professionally.
That's how we began. Jly wife had never
been on the stage.
"A year after that wc came to New York
and danced at Louis JIartln's; everybody
knows the rest of the story. I've always
danced. I danced with Lotta Faust In tha
'Jlcrry Widow.' But I've Improved a lot
since the impromptu dance at the Cafo do Paris.
Jlr. and JIis. Castlo aro tho greatest feat
ures vaudeville has had for a long time. Their
dancing, Indeed, too delightfully brief, swept
the house. Seconding tho Castles, Ruth Roya
certainly "got" the nudienco with her rag
time songs. Compared to Blossom Scely, an
"attraction" last week, Jliss Royo is a real
"orlnccMi of ragtime." and almost as original
and Irresistible ns was Eva Tanguay In tha
early days of the "I don't care" craze.
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