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tiVfe'frlfrG LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, SEPTBrBER 28, 19l4
SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT
MP.3. HENHY AUGUSTUS nEtlWIND will
entertain at luncheon tomorrow In honor
of her debutante daughter, Ml3 Margaret Her
wind. Her rueets will Include MUs Katharine
Ashhurt Bowie, Miss Susan B, lngcrsotl, Miss
Ruth Coxe and Miss Cornelia Carter Leldy.
.After luncheon Mrs, Bcrwlnd will take her
sucsti to the horse show at Bryn MaWr.
Mrs, Joseph ,B. Wldcner and Mrs, Joseph
Leldy are among the rhlladetphlans who are
ehopplns In tfew Tork this week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Hartmn.ii Kuhn are spending
several weeks In Lenox, JIass., before return
lng to this city for the winter. It Is under
stood that Mrs. Kuhn'e son-in-law and daugh
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Craljr Blddle, will salt soon
from Europe, where they have been living for
the past few years, and will spend the winter
Miss Emllle Posey Kennedy, daughter of Mr.
End Mrs. Albert Edward Kennedy, will be
among the season's debutantes. Miss Kennedy
attended school last year In Paris at JII.nb
Ferris', together with Miss Jean Thompson and
Miss Elsa Heath, who will also bo debutantes
this season. Miss Thompson will bo Introduced
at a tea which will be given by her parents,
Jfr. and Mrs. Paul Thompson, on December 3.
Miss Heath will be Introduced the afternoon of
November 18, by her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Theodore W. Heath.
Mr. and Mrs. John It. Valentine will give a
large dinner dance tonight nt their home In
O. Holde Norrls, of 2104 Locust street. Is stay
ing at Lenox, Mass., for a few days.
Tho Misses Randall, of 2035 Sansom street,
have roturned after a summer spent In Spring
Lake and tho Poconos.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Berwlnd are enter
taining Miss Julia Berwlnd and her niece, Mini
Margaret Dunlup, at their villa In Newport.
Miss Berwlnd and Miss Dunlap returned lately
Mr. and Mrs. Honry Brlnton Coxe and Miss
Ruth Coxo have Issued Invitations for a tea,
which will be given at their country seat In
Fenllyn, Thuraday afternoon, October 1C, from
until 7 ofclock. Coaches will meet all trains
at the Pcnllyn station.
home from Europe lost week on th Lusltanla,
after having gone- through some Interesting ex
periences. Mrs. Ayers and her daughter, Miss Helen
Ayers, have opened their house at 237 West
School House tnne.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Borle, who havd
teen spending the summer at Easthampton,
L. I.(wlll not return until October 7. They will
move Into town about November 1.
Mrs. E. C. Jennings has returned to her home
on Greenwood avenue, Jenklntown, after spend,
lng the summer at Denver, Col. Miss Dorothea
Jennings has also returned, having been the
guest of Mrs. John Grlbbel at Camden, Me.,
during July. Miss Jennings spent August as
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Otho Nowland at
their cottage In Kennebunkport, Me.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Athcrton, who have
been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edwn
Crosier at their home In Tork Harbor, have
returned to their home at 123 South 23d street.
ALONG THE MAIN LINE
oVERBnooK Mr and Mrs. Henry Esling, who
spent some time In New York State this Bum
mer, have returned to their house In Overbrook.
Mr. mid Mrs. John E. McNally, of 6383 Over
brook avenue, are receiving congratulations on
the birth of a son, Joseph MoNally, born yes
terday. Mr. and Mrs. Monahan are occupying Mrs.
William F. Harrlty's home, Lancaster pike and
MEMON-Mrs. William De Krafft, who spent
the summer In Maine, Is expected home early
In October. Mr. De Krafft has returned to
Mrs. Harry Bain, of Linden lane. Is spend
ing several days In Brooklyn.
WTN.NEWOOD Mr. and Mrs. Robet Coleman,
Jr., of Kent road, have returned from a visit
to the Pocono Mountains.
Mrs. Harrison S. GUI and her daughter, Miss
Helen Gill, who spent some time In Michigan
this summer, have recently returned from the
Pocono Mountains, and are now at their home
on Wlster road.
AJlDMORE Mr. ond Mrs. Rqbert P. Esty and
their little son returned from Maine last week
and opened their home, corner Llanfalr and
Mr. and Mrs. I. Newton Boyd and family,
of St. Paul's road, have returned from a visit
to Ocean Grove, N. J.
lUVEnFonn silas Elizabeth Griffiths, who haj
been visiting Miss Eleanor Cuyler In -walne.
returned last week to her home In Haverford.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Devenny and Miss Bea
trice Devenny will spend the winter in town.
bryn MAWn-Mr. and Mrs. J. w. Barrington,
who formerly lived hero and now make their
home at Worcester, Mass., have announced
the engagement of their daughter. Miss Ruth
Kent Barrington, and Mr. H. Gordon Smythe.
Pf New York.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Dolan and Miss Rose
fcolan have returned to Rosemont from Newport.
MISS MARY CROZIER PAGE
Miss Page, who is better known as
"Polly" by her friends, is a well-known fig
ure at the Horse Show. She always ex
hibits in the jumping and cross-country
given at the Belfleld Club last night. The ver
andas were converted into an outdoor ball,
room and were beautifully decorated In order
to simulate an Oriental garden scene. Quaint
effects from shaded lighting were used to make
the outdoor promenades a part of tho veranda
At the North Hills Club the season's after
noon card parties will take place tomorrow, In
honor of which the house will be decorated in
fall (lowers, and tea will bo served.
Mrs. Francis J. Doyle will be tho hostess
and assisting her will be Mrs. Franklin Mee
han, Mrs. Lewis C. Block, Mrs. J. M. Hens
burger and Mrs. Frederick Henry Kosselbaum.
Mrs. Francis H. Knauff and her son, of At
lanta, Ga., will be tho guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Theodore C. Knauff at their homo at 6Sth ave
nue and Twelfth street. Oak Lane, for tho
coming month. Mrs. Knauff and her son have
been spending the summer at Belmar, N. J,
They will arrive today.
John H. Paul and his daughter, Miss Mnrtha
Paul, of 1S21 Tasker street, returned from
Europe this wcok, They have been touring the
Continent for the past two months.
Frank A. Healy, of Gleason, Va., will be the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Edward McCormlck, of
1730 South Eighteenth street, next week. Mr.
Healy will stop ni Washington en route.
Mr. and Mrs. William McCoach have closed
their cottage at Ocean City and returned to
their home, 719 South 22cl street. Mr, and Mrs.
McCoach expedt to remain In town for tho
Miss Marian Bel, Miss Marie Duffy, Miss
Marian Ostcrly, Miss Marie Conway nnd Miss
Helen Conway will entertain this evening at
an Informal dance, to be given In the Century
Mr. and Mrs. Burke and their children, of
1819 South Eighteenth Btrcct, havo returned
from Sea Isle, where they have had a cottage
during the summer months.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Sullivan, of 17H Morris street,
have closed their cottage at Plcrmont, N. J,,
and returned to the city for the winter.
Mr. nnd Mrs. P. Murray and family have
closed their cottage at Atlantic City nnd re
turned to their home, 1630 South Broad street.
A pretty wedding will take place In the
Cathedral on October 21, when Miss Anna Kltz
maurlce, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael
Fltzmaurlcc, of Seventeenth and Wood streets,
will become tho bride of George J. Jeffcrs, of
1803 South Eighteenth street. Mr. Jeffcrs Is
connected with the Pennsylvania Railroad.
Mrs. John J. Doylo has closed her cottage
at Wlldwood nnd returned to hor home, at 906
South Broad street.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Blair, of Graver's lane
nnd Flourtown road, gavo a small dinner last
night In honor of their son, Francis P. Blair.
Their guests included Miss Caroline H. Pem
berton. Miss Isabel Wurts Page, Miss Mary
Frances Fisher, Scott Landreth, Jr.; William
G. Cochran, Jr.; Julian Blddle and Charles C.
Mrs. Richard C. Dale, of Ardmore avenue,
who wont abroad In May, will remain In Europe
another month before returning home.
Mr. and Mrs. Adrlen F. Wellens, who have
been spending several weeks In Canada, re
turned to their homo this week. Mrs. Wellens
yeserday attended the Horso Show ut Bryn
Mr. and Mrs. Clark DUlenbeck and their
daughters, Miss Alice DUlenbeck and Miss
Genevieve DUlenbeck, of Allenhurst, Willow
Grove avenue, returned to their home yesterday,
after a season at Ocean City.
ALONG THE READING
Mr. and Mrs. Charles West Churchman, who
nave been on a camping trip In Canada for
the past three weeks, will return to their home
en Summit avenue, Jenklntown, next Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Jayne have re
lurried to their home In Elklni Park, after
spending the summer at their cottage In Chel
tea, Mr. and Mrs. AVhartort Slnkler are spending
tho fall at Thornbury, their. home In Elklns
rark. Mr. and Mrs. Sinkler spent August at
Poland Springs, Me.
Mrs. William Fraaler. Jr., Mrs. Theodore Cul
ver. Mrs. Edward Bacon, Mr.. William Dallas
and MfSS Mary Goodwin form a committee
which is arranging a series of Instructive talks
on the conditions of women In India and other
Parts of Asia.
Personal invitations have been extended to
hundreds of women In Jenklntown and the bor
ough to meet in the Ablngton Library on each
irlday night, where the tuiu. m v, i.
ty women scholars who have lived In the East.
The series will continue until the first of No
vember. Mr. and Sirs. Samuel Snellenburs and their
daughter. Miss Gladjs Snellenburg. returned
from Europe on Wednesday to their home at
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Anthony, of Eleventh
street and Chelten avenue. Oak Lare, will give
a dinner on Saturday evening In honor of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles H. Eckman. of Oak Lune.
Mr. and Mrs. Eckman have spent the summer
t Spray Beach and will return to their home
on Thirteenth street, above Chelten avenue,
The final dance of the summer season was
Mm. Edward Smedley, of 606 West Rlttenhouse
street, has returned from an extended trip to
columbus, O., and has as her guests over tho
week-end Sir. and Mrs. R. P. Hutchinson, of
Bethlehem. Mr. and Mrs. Smedley will enter
tain at a theatre party Saturday night, when
their additional guests will be Mr. and Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs. John Hedges, of 5(50 German
town avenue, entertained Informally in honor
of Miss Anna Hedges Tuesday evening. Their
historic old house was literally banked with
asters, dahlias and gladlolas, while tho color
schema in the dining room was pink. Japanese
lanterns gave the old-fashioned gaiden a fairy
like effect. Among the guests were the Rev,
and Mrs. William Porter Lee, Mr. and Mrs!
Charles E. Barbour, Mr. and Sirs. Joseph Ross,
air. ana Jirs. i: urlce Lang, Mr. and Mrs, M.
J. Deacon, MUs Florence Dock, Miss Virginia'
iMe, Miss Theodora Ross, Miss Beatrice Jus
tloe, Miss Jennie Powers, Miss Agne3 Allen.
Miss Mary Ollkle, Miss Martha Corkln. Mlsd
Mary Mauley, Miss Amanda Wyeduwllt, Miss
Martha Wyeduwllt, Miss Mary Knapp. Mrs. J.
warren Ligntcap, Mrs. Albert Smith. Mrs. W.
a. Miller, Mrs. A. R. White. Melvln Biggs God!
win, John Lister, A. It. Elsasser, 2d. A. R.
White, Jr.. Caryl Warner, Russell Germoni
Robert Germon. Albert Savory, F. p. Lister, p.
C. Whitney, John Schramm. H. M. Eccleston!
Charles Alcorn. Robert Cralgmlle.
Mr, and Mrs. Judson A. Stltes, of 30 Pelhara
road, have returned home, accompanied by
Mtos Anne Stltes. They spent July and August
in Reach Haven.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Brush, of s Earl
ham Terrace, have closed their cottage at
Ocean City, and have returned to town.
Mi. and Mrs. Alexander Wlster. Jr. of 4U
West School House lane, have closed their
Lnngport cottage and returned home
Mies Beatrice Flood, of Wayne ,vu. and
Homer st.eet. ha, turned Irom Re.grade.
Me., where she was camping with frleH.
Mir. llenen Uormley. 0f Lincoln d.he.'has
turned from Virginia. here she has..
Mrs. Gllmoro Helsh, of SI27 Walnut street, re
turned to town on Monday after spending tho
summer in Chelsea with her daughter, Mrs.
John B. Patton.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Balr, of 4232 Spruco
street, have returned to town, having spent
the summer In Europe.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Sedgwick Davis, who
spent the summer at Narragansett Pier, have
returned to Hamilton Court.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Washington Hersh nnd their
daughter, Miss Bernetta Hersh, have closed
their house in Chelsea nnd returned to their
home, 419 South 44th street, for the winter.
Mr. nnd Mrs. David Smyth, of 3415 Race
street, returned last week, having spent the
summer In Atlantic City.
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Cope have returned
from Eaglesmere, whero they spent the sum
mer. Mr. and Mrs. Warren F. Buzby, of ,4616 San
som streot, returned Monday from Atlantic
City, whore they spent the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Bradley, of 4403 Pine
street, have closed their cottage in Chelsea and
returned to town,
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Jamcc have re
turned to the Bartram, where they will remain
for tho winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred M. Milander, of Stone
lelgh Court, roturned last week, having spent
the summer In Atlantic City.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward Schofiold, of Sixteenth
and Oxford streets, have returned home after
passing the season In Ocean City.
Miss Caroline Bruner, formerly of 1721 North
Eighteenth street, has returned from a sum
mer's visit to Atlantic City and has taken
apartments at tho Normandle.
Mrs. Mary Evans, of 1526 North Fifteenth
streot, will return to her home October 1, after
spending the season in Ocean City.
Mrs. Howard Dougher", of Park and Lehigh
nvenues, is spending the autumn at her sum
mer home In Saratoga, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Miller have closed their
cottage in Atlantic City and have returned to
their home. 1827 North Seventeenth street.
Miss Elsie Reich, of 1204 North 24th (-...
will entertain at 500 tonight. Among those pres
ent will be Miss Meta Slppel. Miss Bessie K.
Buck. Crawford W. Hooven. Henry N. Mont
gomery and Frank Rocro'ft.
-Mr. and Mrs. Albert W. Case have Issued
invitations for the marriage of their daugh
ter. Miss Frances Mary Case, and Edward
Joseph Toner. Jr.. Wednesday afternoon. Sep-
rAmhip Art 4. t .
rtM Tl ,' at St- Edwa-d'a Church.
wHWoHoT Yrk StreeU- A ama" reCep,'"
Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. HeUer. of Mahanoy
City, Pa., have Issued Invitations for the wed
ding of their daughter. Miss Marlon Latham
He ser and William I, Peter. Jr.. son of Mn
and Mrs. William L. Peter, of 22JS North FIN
teenth street. Wednesday evening. October 4.
a oclock. at the Sfethodlst Episcopal Church
lLltTCUy' A receptln -H'fol-low
at the home of fhe bride's parents
Miss Besslo K. Buck, of Seventeenth and
Diamond streets, win entertain at cards to
morrow night. Among the guests will be M ss
Ma, Kl.I.on. Mis, ,. Ki.l,on. Mh. L
Gamble, Mrs. Cleprga White, Mrs. Jacob Sat
adn, Miss Ruth Saila'da and Mrs, William
Miss Sarah Nannelle Showaker, of S033 North
Broad street, gave a card party this afternoon,
followed by n buffet luncheon. Fait flowers
and ferns were used In the decorations.
Mrs. Harry II. Ayers, who has been spend
ing tho early fall In York, Pa., and Ocean City,
hns returned to her home, 1820 West Ontario
Mrs. William Slvel, of North Broad slret.
has returned from Ocean City.
Dr. Malcolm Douglass, of West Tioga street,
has gone to East Wareham, Mass., to remain a
Mr. and Mra. Harry F. West, of 3343 North
Fifteenth street, havo returned from Chelsea,
where they havo been staying since the early
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hnrvey Weber nnd Miss Mela
Weber, of North Sixteenth street, have re
turned from Seaside Park, where they havo
their summer home.
Harry Terry, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cobb and
Miss Edith Terry, of 4132 North Broad street,
who have been touring the New England States
by automobile, returned home Wednesday. To
morrow they leave to spend a few days at their
cottage on Seaside avenue, Atlantic City, N. J.
Miss Olive Mnson, of West Lacrosse nvenue,
has left for Wheaton College, Mass.
Mrs. J. M. Pugh, of 39 East Greenwood ae-
nue, has returned from South Wyndham, Mass.
Miss Rebecca Stnckhouso 1ms gono to Brook
lyn for the winter months.
Miss Mnrgnret Morrison will attend the I'nl
verslty of Pennsylvania next sosslon.
The Century Club will glvo a tlance on Fri
day ovenlng, October 2.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas F. Fitzgerald, of Lex
ington avenue, have returned from a tour
through the New England States.
CAMDEN AND VICINITY
Mrs. S. C. Kceno and her daughter have re
turned from a visit In Wlldwood. Miss Eliza
beth Keeno has returned from Clifton Springs
and gone to Boston to college.
Mr. Wallace Sheets has returned to collfgc i
at Cornell, lthacn, N. Y.
William Henry Chamberluln. of 542 Penn
street, who is a sophomore at Haverford Col
lego, returned to his studies today.
Judge Frank T. Lloyd and his family, of 527
Cooper street, hnve returned from their sum
mer home at Seaside Park.
Miss Florence Mae Hortman, daughter of
Mr. and Sirs. John A. Hortman, of 3143 North
Park avenue, and Christian Dcmmy, of York,
Pa., were married last night at the home of
tho bride's parents, which was decorated with
palms, ferns and white fall flowers. The cere
mony was performed by the Rev. Forrest E.
Dager, rector of St. Paul's Reformed Episco
pal Church, Broad and Venango streets. The
brldo was given in marriage by her father.
She was gowned In white satin, trimmed with
duchess lace. Her tulle veil was fastened with
orange blossoms and lilies of the valley. SIlss
Lillian Gordon, the maid of honor, was her
only attendant. A reception followed the cere
mony, after which Sir. and Mrs. Demmy left
for an extended honeymoon trip, and on their
return thoy will live in Scranton. Pa.
The wedding of Miss Elizabeth D. Starrett,
daughter of Sir. and Sirs. James Starrett. of
Queen lane, and William H. Linton, of Ro
chelle avenue. Wlssahlckon, will take place to
night at 6 o'clock at the home of the Rev. Dr.
and Sirs. Samuel W. Stcckcl. 7205 Cresheim
road, Slount Airy. The ceremony will be per
formed by Dr. Steckel, who is pastor of the
Falls of Schuylkill Presbyterian Church. The
bride will be given In marriage by her father,
and will wear a traveling gown of dark pur
ple crepe de chine, made with the new basque
effeot. Her velvet hat. which will match the
gown in color, will have a shower bouquet of
violets and lilies of the valley. The couple
will leave for a tour to Buffalo, Niagara
Falls and Washington. D. C. They will be at
home after November 1, at 133 Rochelle ave
ill KBSmS " IH 11
mMtmMd-MI'J '-'iM9M WkpA- ' wMsBBHam
, , rCr-ffJJlGJ CumuijL.1 11,1.
COMING TO THE ADELPHI IN A NEW PLAY
he has been
Friends of Edward Hutchinson, of Queer.
T-.ne Manor, wIU be . to kn'ow '
is recovering from . .ttaek of h
J. Mitchell Elliot, of Gren 'y"0""1""
". oi creene street, returned
Flannagan, Miss Steta Slpple, Miss eui- n!
Miss Elizabeth r- ..,, ' . F',e Roloh'
SSc Frank "'it"- f ". Z
LiarK, Frank Rocroft, Crawford w It
and Henry N. Montgomery HVer
The marriage has been announced of Miss
Helen Rumsey and F. Heber Whlteman
"S"':-1'- ?""- ' "'"sburS
' ""uur "agerman. of Bradley
Beach, are visiting Mr. and Sirs. Curtis F
Blln.Slnger. of Ridge avenue
Sir. and Mrs. Nathan Jones, who spent the
season at their cottage at Cape Jiay. T-ve r
turned to their winter house. 6S39 Ridge a,eu."
Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Thomas a e Uklng an
nutomoblle trip to Greensburg, Pa. n
Eueena J. Mnrri i,... ' .
.... .. sune l(J Ua T
for a few weeks. '
Mr. and Mrs. Robert P!e. Clinton Pyle and
Miss Katharine Pyle. o, , RocheI.
Wlssahlckon. have returned from Atlantic Citr
JSlT.lV'l0:h0 h" bee" guest of
"" " """ onappell. has returned
to Brandywine Summit. "turned
Miss Edith Sharp, of H20 Jerome street has
returned from a fortnights stay n ,he p
Mrs. Elizabeth Sehelble, Miss E. Bird. Mis.
Sallle Sehelble and Mrs. Josephine Sehelble of
Bantrynook, Nineteenth and Tioga streets 'are
passing the autumn at their cottage on Fifth
avenue, Asbury Park.
Mrs. Ralph Gibbon gave a luncheon yester
day at her home in Klverton. N. J., f0r the
members of the Tioga Thimble Club Hr
guests were Mr.Fred.rlck Jennings. Miss Cr
ollne Callahan. Sirs. John Holler. Mr. A B
NORDICA THE SONGBIRD
A PRODIGIOUS WORKER
Earned Great Fees, But First She Ever
Received Was Paid For Silence.
Apart from her artistic achievements, Sims.
Nordlca, for many years one of the most popu
lar soprano vocalists on the operatic ami con
cert stage, whose recent death was so widely
deplored on both sides of tho Atlantic, enjoyed
the distinction of being the greatest woman
wage-earner In the world. On one ocrarion she
received a fee of 600 ($3000) for one concert
of one hour's duration at Washington, while it
was hor custom for several years prior to her
death to sing at a hundred concerts during a
period of 2S weeks-nn average of nearly four
concerts per v,eel;-ror which she received the
total sum of 35,000. or 350 for each appea!
ance. And so far from such a fee being prohibi
tive, transatlantic managers were always anx
lous to secure their services, and willing to
pay whatever fee this "Queen of Song" demand
ed. Curiously enough-and Slme. Nordlca herself
often told the. atory-the first fee she ever
received was not for singing, but for consent
ing not to sing. As a little girl at her home
In Farmlngton, Mass., she used to love to try
her voice at all times, and, much to the an
noyance of hr elder sisters, would persist In
Joining In with them whenever they sang duets
together. So, In order to Bllence th f.,t.-
diva, they resorted to bribery and gave her
some money on condition that she promised to
It was Slme. Nordfa's greatest delight, how
ever, to spend a portion of the huge f-eS she
earned In providing for her old servants ami
pet animals. As a matter of fact, part of her
estate at Hempstead, on Long Island, was
given over to the use of her old servants, who
lived In the greatest comfort.
v. i ...
.... ..,. cver wonted harder than Mme
Isordlca. who thoucht nothing qf traveling
three or four thousand miles in three or four
month, and singing at times every night in
"You have p-tned fame and fortune." her
friends would sometimes remark to her. "Whi
do ou go on singing?"
To such inquiries Mme. Nordlca would fc,
that art Is to every artist the breath of lif.
and It was that passionate H.vmi -- .
I - -". u,i iu ner art
which chained her to the stage and concert
,, """' " m,Kn "ve been enjoying
well-earned repose in one of her countrv homes
To young aspirants for operatic honors who
sought her advice. Slme. Nordlca wa, Mw ",
kind. But. as the once remarked, "if you r
a singer at all. you have always been on.
All gteat singer, will tell you that they have
ung from their earliest childhood i, ,. u
any future as a singer, you mu, h.v- -.-!
something I rfore ou are 0 '
ADELPHI "The Revolt." by Edward Locke,
starring Helen W.ue. Should a wlfp take ths
same Hbortles a3 her husband'' She should
not! A sermon for derelict benedicts.
BROAD "Drugged." melodrama by Owen Da
vis, with John Slason as lailroad mnijnate
with a penitentiary past. As like ro.il life as
the novels of Hall Corel!! and Slarle Calne.
Shows why you shouldn't accuse another man
of murder if you've clone the deed yourself.
CHESTNUT STREET OPERA HOUSE "Ca
blrla." moving-picture drama, by Gabrlollo
D'Annunzio. of tho third century B. C. A
irury marvelous feat on the reel, with a con
vincing volcanic eruption.
FORREST "Zlegfeld Follies." a potpourri of
songs. Jokes and spectacular effects, enter
taining without consuming brain-phosphorus.
GARRICK "Adele," French operetta, with cap
tivating music. Reversals In love, with a
husband falling in love with his wife.
KEITH'S Sir. and .Mrs. Vernon Castle their
dances are the music of motion.
WALNUT "Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm," by
Kato Douglas Wlggin. Return of this popu- I
lar. simple nnd appealing play.
j take a return check, being known to every
doorkeeper In New York. When ho cams back,
after getting his glass of soda, ho abscnt-mlnd-
vlly wandered Into tho Fulton.
j Tho curtain was up when he entered the
J houre. disclosing a pair of beds on the stage.
j "Great Adolf," he exclaimed. the 'Cordelia'
j authors havo swiped the 'Twin Beds' idea,"
When Mr. Frohman reached his seat he found
, a htranger sitting in it. Instead of protostliis?.,
l no supped into the sent adjoining. A moment
later another stranger clnimed that one. Then
, Sir. Frohmnn began a personal investigation
nnd to his amazompnt discovered that ho hnd
entcrod tho wronsr house. Sir. Frohman admits
that even managers sometimes make mistakes.
FLASHES FRQM "STARS"
A few weeks ago Stlss .Margaret Anglln, who
will shortly appear at the Broad Street Thea
tre, visited the studio of a well-known New
York photographer. The young woman In
charge of the ladies' department was n strange?
in the Btudlo and unfamiliar with theatrical
celebrities. She was instructed to take the
name of each visitor before thoy posed, as well
as the name of the company and management.
When SIlss Anglln arrli she was ushered to
the dressing room. "Name, please." paid the
young woman. ".Margaret Anglin." answered
the actress. "Would you plenso mind spoiling
It." said the young woman. JII33 nglln did.
"Tho name of your manager?" queried tho
young man. "Sly own." replied SIlss Anglln.
"And the name of the compan 7 ' continued tho
young woman. "Sly own company, please," said 1
SIlss Anglin, highly amused. The pictures were j
made. When the bill came to SIlss Anglln's
ofllce It was made out to "Slargaret Anglln
MY Own Company, PleaEe. care Slanager Ml'
Own." "What Is fame." sighed Sliss Anglln.
"when one Is unknown to photographers'
An English comedy in three acts, entitled
"Consequences." is now in rehearsal, and will
shortly be produced by the Shuberts. It is by
II. r. Rubonstein, and was llrst produced nt
the Gaiety Theatre, in Manchester, by Sliss
Hornlman's company, and was then taken to
London, where It was successful nt tho Coro
net. The play deals with the subject of Inter
marriage between Jew and Gentile.
Miss Frances Sturr will be presented by
David Belasco late In December in a new play
by Edward Knoblauch. SIUs Stajj-, who spent
tho summer at Pine Lake, Wis., and Lake
George. N. v., is now rehearsing for "The
Secret." in which Sir Belasco will send her
on a 10 weeks' tour of the large Eastern cities,
fcho will appear at the Broad in this city.
One night last week Daniel Frohmnn attended
a performance of "Cordelia Blossom" at the
Gaiety Theatre, New York. Upon leaving the
theatre during the ilrst Intermission he did not
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