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s THE WASHINGTON HEEALD HERA D TUESDAY DECEMBER 20 1910
THE COLUMBIA COLUMBIAThe
The Havoc HavocMr IInvoctMr HavocMr
Mr Henry Miller player producer and andmanager anc1Inanagor andmanager
manager has so established his artistic nrtlatlcreputation ArtisUcrcnutatlon artisticreputation
reputation with the American theater tboatergoing theatergoing UloatergOing ¬
going public that when it was announced announcedthat announcodthat announcedthat
that at the Columbia Theater he h would wouldproduce wouldproduce wouldproduce
produce for the first time on any stage stagea
a new play by b Hf WS S Sheldon named namedThe namedrhe namedThe
The Havoc there could have been no nomiagivings nom nomL
miagivings m mL giYlngs but he was prepared pr pared to addsomething add addsomething uddsomothlng
something to tho debt to himself lmsoJr under underwhich underwhich underwhich
which already the American drama la lators labors labors
bors That Th t in part at least ac accounted accounted accounted ¬
counted for the a large and fashion fashionable tushlonaNe fashionable ¬
able audlonco tnat t at filled the Columbia ColumbiaTheater ColumbiaThenter ColumbiaTheater
Theater last night an audience that thatwas thatwait thatwag
was forced by b admiration and entertain entertainment entertaln2nent ¬ I Iment
ment to be as enthusiastic enthuslastlcgenulno enthuslastlcgenulnoBoa enthusiasticgenuinelysoas genuinely genuinelyBO
BO Boa as any firstnight first night audience audl nce that has hasgathered hasgntherOO hasgathered
gathered in a Washington playhouse for fora tora fora
a long time timeThis tlmoThis timeThis
This does dOO 1 not mean that about The TheHavoc TheHavoc TheHavoc
Havoc there is going to be unanimity unanimityof unanlmttot
of opinion If thorn were Indeed vro vroshould weshould O OshouM
should tool Inclined to pity the play playwright pln plnwright playwright ¬
wright But in The Havocfor I which whichwe whichwe I IWe
we predict as wide a discussion nS as ever evergreeted ovrgreoted overgreeted
greeted Tho Groat Divide anjL lU d In all allhuman aUhuman allhuman
human probability as great Iaat a aJlbccoss aJlbccosshave Success Successwe ceoss ceosswe
we have a play that appeals nqt not to the thesurface the51utactJ thesurface
surface emotions not merely to the eom common eomtlon eomfilon ¬
mon senses but to the Intellect arid andthe andtheunderstanding the theunderstanding theunderstanding
understanding There are in the play cer certain certAIn certain ¬
tain phases that tila man or that ac according according according ¬
cording to his individual experience or orhis orhis orhis
his knowledge of life will stamp as un untrue untrue untrue ¬
true some will say that where tbe au auttor aUUor au author
thor has chosen to put philosophy thorn thermshould thornshould ther thershould
should have been brainstorm meaning meaningperhaps mooningperhap meaningperhaps
perhaps that what is and what was wasmeant wasmeant wasmeant
meant to bo drama should have been beenmelodrama beortm boonmelodrama
melodrama m lodrama To this the only reply of ofcourse orcour ofcourse
course cour c can bo b that the play is Mr Shel Sheldons Sheldons Sheldnns ¬
dons it Is this way in which hlcb he has hasseen hasBen hassen
seen human nature moved under the thestress thestre thestress
stress stre of the strongest emotions and andeven andCtn andeven
even the most captious critic must admit admitthat a admitthat mlt mltthat
that he has made it real r ftl vital app dal dalIng al alins l ling
ing and above all so far as its philos philosophy philosophy philosophy ¬
ophy goo rinsing true trueIn trueIn trueIn
In many ways this play pIa is remarkable remarkableand remarknbleand remarkableand
and the first thing that spikes s 1kes one is the theBmallnew thesmal1neas thesmallness
smallness of the cast Practically the thedrama thedrama thedrama
drama is carried by b threo characters charactersthough charactersthough charactersthough
though there is it fourth introduced for a afow afew afew
few momenta In the last act In this the theplaywright theplnywrlgbt theplaywright
playwright has l8S succeeded in attaining a agoal agoal agoal
goal for which many dramatists have havestriven havestriven havestriven
striven The Ideal l e l drama dreamed of by bythe bythf bythe
the masters in the art was to have beon beonin beonin beenIn
in pantomime and even according to our ourown ourown ourown
own canons of dramatic art that play playmost playmost playmost
most nearly fills Ideal conditions which whichgoes whichgots whichgoes
goes straight to the heart of the matter matterrefusing matterretusinf matterrefusing
refusing to be led aside into bypaths b paths that thatmean thatmtan thatmean
mean nothing nothingAnd nothingAnd nothingAnd
And so in Tho Havoc we have drama dramastripped dramastripped dramastripped
stripped absolutely of its nonessentials noneturentialsthe noneuenUalsth
the th raw naked material of life as the thegods thogod thegals
gods god fashion it men and women and pas passions puSlon5 passions ¬
sions not puppets and fine phrases anu anuwhether anuwhether anuwhether I
whether or not you like the theme you youare youar youare
are ar forced to admit that it rings true trueIn trueIn trueIn
In its fundamentals the story of The TheHavoc ThoHavoc TheHavoc
Havoc is by no moans new It is In Indeed Indeed indeed ¬
deed so trite and stale that we have coin coined colntd coined ¬
ed a 8 catchword to depict it It Jtthe the eternal eternaltriangle eternaltriangle eternaltriangle
triangle but here it Is s different dltr rent and in inthat Inthat inthat
that it displays its genius avows it itstrength ltbtnngth its
strength and Is serene in Its verity verityRichard verityRiehard verityRichard
Richard Craig a chief of department in ina Ina ina
a railroad otllce oflice is happily married and andliving andliving andliving
living in a cozy flat With himself and andwife andwite andwife
wife In the capacity of boarder lives livesPaul ltvesPaul livesPaul
Paul Heasert a clerk under Craig Kate Katethe Katethe Katethe
the wife has become tired of her husbands hus husbands husbands ¬
bands devotion to business his steadi steadiness steadiness steadiness ¬
ness and his perhaps somewhat mo moruse moruse meruse
ruse commonplocenesB and Paul Heeeert Heeeertwith Re Hessertwith ser serwith
with his Ibsanllke philosophy the cheap cheapplatitudes cheapplatitudes cheapplatitudes
platitudes of duties to ones self which whichalways whlehnlwaya whichalways
always have hav meant a It neglect of ones onesduty oncsduty onesduty
duty to ones neighbors has come to tomake tomake tomake
make Kate believe he loves her Craig is iscalled IscaUed iscalled
called to Chicago on business He leaves leavesPaul lellvesPau1 leavesPaul
Paul and Kato together with perfect con confidence conftdence confldence ¬
fidence Once out of the way Paul makes makesviolent makeflviolent makesviolent
violent love to Kate threatens to go out outof outat outof
of her life altogether unless she gives giveshim gtyeshim gtveshim
him proof of her love Right here comes comesa
a comparatively comparatlv ly new dramatic device devicethe devIcethe devicethe
the lowering 10werIn of the curtain to indicate a alapse alapse alapse
lapse of two hours It has been done donebefore doneberon donebefore
before > but I think never quite so boldly boldlynor bOldlynor boldlynor
nor with more justification jU8 lflcation tlon than here hereTwo hereTwo hereTwo
Two hours have elapsed then Craig has hasreturned hasreturned hasreturned
returned for a book he has forgotten forgottenThe forgottenThe forgottenThe
The flat is dark Paul is in the inner room roomalone roomalone roomalone
alone with Kate At first Craig believes believesthe bellov8Iitile believesthe
the lies his wife tells him but suddenly suddenlyseeing suddenlyseeing suddenlyseeing
seeing Pauls hat and coat he realizes realizesthe realizesthe realizesthe
the truth and In a moment tho three of ofthem attlJem ofthem
them are face to face In melodrama the thesituation thesituation thesituation
situation would call for bloodshed or orblows orblows orblows
blows but Craig determines to have no noscene noscene noscene
scene With With apparent calmness he dis discusses discusses discusses ¬
cusses the a situation accepts the false falsephilosophy ta1s ta1sphilosophy falsephilosophy
philosophy of the seducer who has ruined ruinedhis ruinedhis ruinedhis
his home and agrees to go away and let lethis lethis lethis
his wife get a divorce and marry Paul PaulOne PaulOne PaulOne
One condition alone he makes and that
is that the boarders room In the flat flatmust flatmust
I
must be kept for his hi use When Paul ob objects obJects objocts ¬
jects to this Craig asks if it Is because becausehis becausehIs becausehis
his philosophy does not stand tand him in instead Instoad instead
stead He usks usksWhy usksWhy asksWhy
Why should you youtile the philosopher philosopherhesitate phllosopherhOtrttate phIlosopherhesitate
hesitate for a single moment at so sim aimple simple simple ¬
ple and unconventional a a proposition propositionAfter propositionAfter propositionAfter
After all are you OU only a common home homebreaker homebrcnker homebreaker
breaker and Impostor Have all your yourfarreaching yourtarroaohlng yourfarreaching
farreaching theories and advanced Ideas Ideasbeen Ideasbeen Ideasbeen
been nothing but talk Or have you youcourage youcourage youcourage
courage to live up to them themOver themOver themOver
Over a year elapses Paul and Kate are aremarried aremarried aremarried
married Craig is domiciled with them themAlready thornAlready themAlready
Already the arrangement Is driving drl lng Paul Paulcrazy Paulcraz Paulcrazy
crazy craz with jealousy Dishonest and cow cowardly cowardly cowardly ¬
ardly and a sensualist himself he can cannot cannot cannot ¬
not conceive of truth or honesty inothers in inothers Inothers
others Almost the situation of the first firstact firstact firstact
act is duplicated Both men go out of ofme oftoo
me flat leaving Kate alone While she sheIs shcI sheis
Is I in another room answering the phone phoneCraig phoneCrab phoneCraig I
Craig comes back lights a fresh cigar cigarleaving cigarleaving cigarleaving
leaving the old stumr on the table and andgoes andgoes
I
goes onto the balcony Kate has not notlearned notIO notlearned
learned IO med that ho Is there lb r4 wren Paul comes comesin comesi
i in He finds the clear butt and accuses accusesKate
I Kate of hiding Craig somewhere Once Oncemore OncemOre Oncemore
more something of the scene of the first firstact firstact firstact
act la gone over only this time the posi positions poaItlons positions ¬
tions of tho men are reversed In the thefirst thofirst thefirst
first act Craig had got a revolver from froma
a drawer but he despised using It In Inthis Inthis Intide
this now situation raul nul gets the same re revolver revolver revolver ¬
volver and tries to us use it but it is unv unvloaded un unloaded unloaded
loaded I feared your philosophy would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not stand the test says Craig and so soI soI soI
I emptied the revolver three days ago agoThen agoThen agoThen
Then for the first tlmo all the pentup pentupscorn pentupSCQrn pentupscorn
scorn and pilsery of Craig come out All Allalong AUalong Allalong
along he has known that Pauls Paul theories theoriesand theoriesand theoriesand
and philosophical rantings were tho thomerest thomerest themerest
merest twaddle sops to his own con conscience conclence conscience ¬
science glittering halftruths to persuade per persuade persuade ¬
suade a woman to her undoing Paul Paulwould Paulwould Paulwould
would sneak out but no Craig detains detainshim detainshIm detainshim
him and l1d thus voices what Is the highest highestmoment highestmoment highestmoment
moment of the play Its justification its itsgreatest itsgreatest itsgreatest
greatest truth truthVes truthYes truthsYes
Yes a moment momentI I am not quite through throughwitit throughwith throughwith
with 711 MI u Dont be afraid I am simply simplygoing simp simpgoing simplygoing
going to tell you OU what I think of you ou
I shall not call you OU names of all I
know there are none base a enough n ough to fit fityou fityou fityou
you You and your kind represent the themost themoat themost
most deadly dead 1 disease of modern modl > rn life Not
having the moral health or strength to tolive tolive tolive
live by the laws of the community you youmake youmake youmake
make your y ur own and preach your our gospel gospelof gospelof gospelof
of detested self You tear down all that thatstands thatstands thatstands
stands for decency and truth sneer at atthe atthe atthe
the laws of God and man scoff at the
teachings of the church and all else that thatblocks thatblocks thatblocks
blocks the way WU to your desire and above abovethe abovethe abovethe
the havoc you create you flaunt the thebanner thebanner thebanner
banner of your licentious creed which whichyou whichyou whichyou
you falsely call advanced ideas philos philosophy phIlosophya philosophya ¬
ophy ophya a mass of o Has mingled with the thetruth thetruth thetruth
truth but a tempting blind to those who wholong wholont wholong
long to throw their moral obligations to tothe tothe tothe
the wind Kate sinks in chair And Andshe Andshe Andshe
she whom you have dragged down who whogave whog whogave
gave g e you her love her very soul who whosinned wholnn whosinned
sinned lnn d1or Jlor or you ou Yon expected her to sin sinagainst sinagain sinagainst
against again you because YOU can conceive conceiveno conceiveno
no faith fl th no truth and so your crippled crippledmind cnppledmind crippledmind
mind and soul wonts rs out your punish punishment punishment punishment ¬
ment Kate covers face You have havemade 1ULVemade havemade
made your own hell on earth and must mustlive mustlhe mustlive
live out your own wn damnation damnationThe damnationThe damnationThe
The third and last act is two years yearslater yearsJater yearslater
later Its scene is the railroad office officewhore officewhore otllcewhore
whore Craig is manager Paul has boon beonpromoted boonpromoted beenpromoted
promoted to the ticket department has hasembezzled hasembozzlcd hasembeszled
embezzled 1000 and fearing detection Is Ison laon ison
on the eve of escaping to Europe But ButCraig ButCnUg ButCraig
Craig has had him watched has all tho thoevidence thoevtdence theevtdence
evtdence and Is about to arrest Paul Paulwhen Paulwhen Paulwhen
when Kate comes in She comes to bog bogher bogher
her former husband to save her present presenthusband pre presenthusband Qnt Qnthusband I
husband for the sake of her child She Shepromises Shepromises Shepromises
promises to work and refund the money moneyshe moneyshe I Isho
she was a good stenographer before her hermarriage hermarr hermarriage
marriage marr ige Craig says that he will see seewhat seewhat seewhat
what Paul says about it It Paul knowing knowingthat knowingthat knowingthat
that he is trapped and knowing what whathis whathIs whathis
his wife will have to undergo accedes to tothe tothe tothe
the plan is allowed to escape and tho thoplay thoplay theplay
play ends with Craig dictating a businessletter business businessletter businessletter
letter to his former wife wifeWhat wifeWhat wifeWhat
What is the moral of the play It lies liesexactly lie lieexactly liesexactly
exactly as set forth In that speech of ofCraigs otlTalgs ofCraigs
Craigs which is printed above If you youcannot youcannot youcannot
cannot find it there or if in the play playhouse playhouse playhouse ¬
house you do not rcognizc it when it is isspoken Isspoken isspoken
spoken then perhaps tho play will have haveno hav havno haveno
no moral for you But it Is there just justtho justth justthe
the th same sameIt sumeIt sameIt
It would be a mistake to give you the theImpression theimpre theimpression
Impression impre slon that The Havoc Is all somber som somber somber ¬
ber and tragic though through it all the thesomberness thosomberness thesomberness
somberness of the bitter truth of it is isnever Isnever isnever
never far absent But there are some someflue somefilJ sonicfine
flue filJ comedy lines brilliant dialogue and andlighter andlighter andlighter
lighter situations that have a close appeal ap appeal appeal ¬
peal pealAnd pealAnd pealAnd
And this is a play that taken by and andlarge andlarge andlarge
large shows shows the hand h nd of a man who whoknows whoknows whoknows
knows technique and nd senses senses dramatic dramaticsituation dramaticsituation dramaticsituation
situation There are faults here and andthere andthere andthere
there but th they y are trivial as for in instance Instance instance ¬
stance in the excuse given for Craig Craigleaving Craiglea1ng Craigleaving
leaving the revolver In the drawer In the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first act It would surely seem reason reasonable reasonable reasonable ¬
able that he bad been away from home homeon homeon homeon
on trips before There are one or two
I other purely minor points of this sort sortwhich sortwhich sort sortwhich
which are only mentioned perhaps be because because because ¬
cause one would not care to W deemed deemedextravagant deemedoxtrav deemedextravagant
extravagant oxtrav gant by declaring that any an play playwas playwas playwas
was perfect It Is a remarkable remarkn le piece of ofwork otwork ofwork
work for a dramatic author whose ef efforts ero eroforts efforts
forts hitherto have been confined to one oneact oneact oneact
act pieces A man who can turn out such sucha
a play playas as this on his first attempt you youwill youwUf youwill
will hear from again agalnthat that is sure sureOf sureOt sureOf
Of tho acting it would be hard to say saytoo saytoo saytoo
too much In praise Henry Hcnr Miller as asRichard asRichard asRichard
Richard Craig has ha made the role his hisown hisown hisown
own His wonderfully melodious voice voicehis voicehis voicehis
his expressive gestures his earnestness earnestnessall
all the qualities that have given him the thecommanding thecommanding thecommanding
commanding rank on tho stage he has hasenjoyed hasenjoed hasenjoyed
enjoyed so long longarc are here displayed at attheir attheir attheir
their highest and best Weil Indeed Indeeddid Indeeddid indeeddid
did he deserve tho hearty heart applause he hewon hewon hewon
won which at the end of the second secondact secondI secondact
act he acknowledged with a modest modesttactful modesttactful modesttactful
I tactful speech of thanks both for hlrn hlrnself hi hiselt hlself
self an an4 for tho author author who he said saidwas saidI saidwas
was too scared to appear Mr Francis FrancisByrne FrancisByrne FrancisByrne
I Byrne as Paul Hessert has a heavy hivytask hcytask heavytask
task In this play but ho acquits h msoU m mself inself
self admirably and his hnUdrul halfdrunlien halfdrunlienscene ten tenscene en en8cen6
scene in the second act was a clever cleverpiece cleverpicco cleverpiece
piece of playing I > > Miss J aura Hope HopeCrews HopeCrews HopeCrews
Crews as Kate has a hard and thank thankless tlJank1ess thankless ¬
less port but she played it convincingly convincinglyand convinclnrJyand
and well wellTo wellTo wellTo
To sum up The Havoc Is a play playthat playthat playthat
that that once seen you will not dismiss dismissi dismissreadU dismissreadily
i readily readU from your mind It will cause causediscussion causodlllCusslon causediscussion
discussion pro and con but that will be bebecause bebecause bebecause
because it Is a vital play dealing with withI withreal withreal
I real life and because It appeals to the themind themind themind
mind rather than to the heart And it Is Isso IsBO isso
so genuine so free from the stale staledramatic staledmmatlc staledramatic
dramatic tricks and tawdry devices that thatso tlJatso thatso
so often are used to fill In whore in invention Inventton invontion ¬
vention has failed failed it is so Interesting Interestingso
so tiC wall played and staged that It will willI willbo willbe
I bo a great surprise if it is not one of ofthe orthe ofthe
the largely successful succos ul plays plt s of the sea season season season ¬
son v lIBCTOn FULLEB FULLEBTHE FULIJonTHE FUU4FItTHE
THE NEW NATIONAL NATIONALAdeline NATIONAIAdeIlne NATIONALAdeline
Adeline Genee GeneeVbsa GcneeWhe1 GeneeWhen
When yea 1 < < 1 do cUnca d1n I wii JOT 011 a L ware In of thesea the thes thelIeS
s lIeS a tb that t yew IOU might ever do nothing tot titTteWinters that thatTM thatTMWintCrs Tbe TbeWinters
Winters Talc TalaWhile T TalcWhile l6 l6WhUe
While there are other things of note In InThe InTho inThe
The Bachelor Belles II still the wish 1sh of oftho ortlJ ofthe
the tlJ poet expressed above about applies appliesto
to the dancing of Genee Ones wishes wishesIn wishesIn wishesin
In the matter easily exceed tho limitations limita limitations IImltatlons ¬
tions Imposed by physical conditionsbyre conditions conditionsSne conditionshe
she byre has developed the ballet art to a ahigh ahigh ahigh
high degree de ec and the effect is ocular ocularpleasure ocularplCtlsuro ocularpleasure
pleasure without limit Last night she sheinterpolated sheInterpolated sheinterpolated
interpolated a ballad figure into the first firstact firstact firstact
act In conjunction with Mr Parks ParksSong ParksSong ParksSong
Song of the Fashions and Rose ose and andButterflies andButterfite andButterflies
Butterflies another dance of tho same sameelementary sameelementary sameelementary
elementary order with numerous varia variations variatlon variaUons ¬
tions tlon into the second with the addi additions additions addltions ¬
tions of something somewhat different differentand ditrerentand differentand
and characteristic the Hungarian HungarianDance HungarianDanco HungarianDance
Dance assisted 888t ted by Mr Alexis Kosloff and andauxiliary andauxtUary andauxiliary
auxiliary dancers All Allot of her dances danceswere danceswere danceswere
were spectacular In effect and remark remarkable remarkable remarkable ¬
able for grace and rhythm rh thm while the thephysical thophslcal thephysical
physical attainments Involved bespeak bespeakthe bespeakthe bospnkthe
the highest hj hMt training Mr KoaloCTs s as assistance asdatnnco assistanco ¬
sistance was noteworthy for besides his hispresence hispresence hispresence
presence as a foil to the principal his hisindividual hislndlvlduaJ hisindividual
individual dancing lg I very effective effectiveTho etIecttvcThe effectiveThe
The show aside from the above consld consideration eonsideratlon
eratlon is a regular musical comedy and anda anda anda
a mighty entertaining one at that The Theplot Theplot Theplot
plot Is flimsy and has very little to do dowith dowith dowith
with the production as an entertainment entertainmentwhich entortaint entertainmentwhich nt ntwhich
which fact being usual usual is easily per permissible permi permissible ¬
missible mi stble The special features are tho thopoints thoDlnts thepoints
points which engage tho attention do depending dopondJng dopending ¬
pending on spectacular effect novelty nov Ity of ofaccessories otacceSforI ofaccessories
accessories accessories and broad comedy the three threeusual threoU511111 threeusual
usual concomitants of the usual musical musicalshow musicalshow musicalshow
show showAmong showAmong showAmong
Among the comedians Frank Lalor Lalorstands Lalorstands Lalorstands
stands squarely to the front front He made madea
a great hit especially with What Has HasBecome lIasBecome HasBecome
Become of the Girls I Used to Know Knowwhich Knowwhich Knowwhich
which reminds one of the good old days dayswhen dayswhen dayswhen
when the walking gentlemans song really real really really ¬
ly had sometllln something to it Ita a sentiment at atbottom atbottum atbottunu
bottom turned into satirical effect in inthe inthe inthe
the execution and indeed Mr Lalor Lalorstill Lalorstill Lalorstill
still retains many reminiscences of tho thoheyday thoheyday theheyday
heyday of this school of comedians and andretails andr6taUs andretails
retails them conjointly with some of the theelements theclements theelements
elements which have since crept in He Is Isa Isn isa
a smileprovoking comedian without withoutstrained withoutstrained withoutstrained
strained effort and in addition to the theabove theaboye theabove
above scored with Those Were Happy HappyDays HappyDays HappyDays
Days In conjunction with Josle Sadler Sadlerand Sadlerand Sadlerand
and figured prominently In the entire entirecomedy entirecomedy entirecomedy
comedy comedyOther comedyOlhor comedyOther
Other features of more than passing In Interest tnterest interest ¬
terest were A Popular Girl by Olive OliveDgpp Olivep OliveDgpp
Dgpp p and company Why Dont You Be BeNice BeNIce BeNice
Nice to Some Nice Young Fellow by byHarry b bHarry byHarry
Harry Depp and chorus Youve Y oue Been BeenKissing BoonK1sslns BeenKissing
Kissing the Blarney Stone by Eva Fal Fallon Fallon Fallon
lon and John Park and the Song of the theFashions theFashions theFashions
Fashions by Mr Park assisted by MIIeGenoa Mile MileGenee MIleGenee
Genee and others was distinctly clever cleverIntroducing cleverintroducing i iIntroducing
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on its bill Chases thi this week offers an anextraordinary anextraonUnary anextraordlnary
extraordinary demonstration Vaudeville Vaudevilleas Vaud 01 11 e eas
as is well known i 11 about as light a form formof tonnot formof
of amusement amUe 1oat as can be offered to the thepublic thepublic thepublic
public and yet it is evidently o a mistake mistaketo ml take taketo
to think that vaudeville audiences ar are not notcapable notcaPAble notcapable
capable of appreciating and admiring bet bettor better bettor ¬
tor things Into the midst of son song and andlance andlnnce andlance
lance and comedy and trick mule mules thereis there thereIs
Is 1 Introduced at Chases this week woe J a seri sarisus serious serlous ¬
ous tablpld lecture with pictures or the thePassion tnePaseion tllCPaseion
Paseion Play at Oborammergati The lec lecture lecture lecture ¬
ture Is delivered deliver d by Dr John C Bowker BowkerP Bowk BowkP
P R G S an eloquent eloqu nt talker won in informed Informoo Informed ¬
formed and dignified who tells in the theshort thehort theshort
i short hort space allotted to him a graphic graphicand graphicand graphicand
and moving picture of the passion Pfta ton Play Playull
Pull < ull of reverence and with frequent reference ref reference r t tronce ¬
erence to the Biblical history of which whJchtho widththe whichtho
tho Passion Play is a n representation Dr DrBowker DrBowker DrBowker
Bowker hold this vaudeville 8ude vi lIe audience andlancefresh andloncetresh audiencefresh
fresh from a laughing act throughout his hisexposition hisexposition hisexposition
exposition which was beautifully Illus Illustrated UlU3tratd illustrated ¬
trated with colored slides slidesThe aUdesThe slidesThe
The lyjadllne act this weak is The
Prima Donnas Donna s Honeymoon a clever cleveract cleveract cleveract
act made up largely of burlesque and andfarce Rndfarce andfarce
farce presented by Marion Murray and anda andn anda
a good company Mise Murray Is a aclever nclever aclever
clever actress with a good voice volC and a astriking astriking astriking
striking personality and the act went wentwith wontwith wentwith
with a rush and nd was by long odds thebet thebest
best thing t1 ng in the bllL bllLi bULThe bill billThe
i The programme opens with Gorman and andWest andWt8t andWest
West in a curious urtou admixture of song and anddance anddance
dance danceI dancean I an act that pleased Les Alexan Alexandras Aletandrag Alexandras ¬
dras are two girls who do an n acrobatic acrobaticact acrobatJcact acrobaticact
act that Is unusual and clever and then thencomas thencomo thencomas
comas Chick Sale In a protean comedy
In which he takes half a dozen different differentcharacters differentcharactera differentcharacters
characters and does them all welL The TheMonarchs TheMonarchs TheMonarchs
Monarchs of Melody is something new newin newIn newIn
in the way of a musical act for three of ofthe otthe ofthe
the quartet are at pianos while the fourth fourthmember fourthmember fourthmember
member sings uptodate songs son In a pleas pleasing plel plelIng pleasIns ¬
ing and taking way Whites mules are aretrick aretrick aretrick
trick animals that furnish a lot 10tot pf of fun funmainly funmainly funmainly
mainly In the efforts of people to ride ridethem
them The show which Is bright throughout through throughout throughout ¬
out concludes with a clever motion pic plcTHE picture picture
ture
THE ACADEMY ACADEMYThe
The Stampede StampedeHaving StampedeHaving StampedeHaving
Having hit the bullseye of success 5 ccess with wjtha
a play pIa of the American Indian race prob problem problem problem ¬
lem Cecil De Mille has again a n used that thatsubject thatsubject thatsubject
subject with an excellent chance of once oncemoro onoomoro oncemore
moro ringing tho bellThe ben benThe beDTho
The Stampede treats of a halfbreed halfbreedgirl ha1tbrcedgJrl halfbreedgirl
girl Wanga brought up u among the thewhites thewhites thewhites
whites Her people the Witch Creek Crectk In Indians Indians Indians ¬
dians are about to be driven from tromthctr tromthctrreservation Then Thenreservation efr efrreservation
reservation through the plotting of John irohnMorton JohntortOt1 John JohnMorton
Morton a capitalist who knows of the therich therich therich
rich mines there Warga alone combatshim combats combatshim combatshim
him She travels to Washington where wherethe wheretW3 wherethe
the first scene is laid and finds out the theplans theplans theplans
plans of her enemy through Dick Trav Travers Trnvers Travers
ers her lover who Is also In ttfe tle deal to todefraud todefraud todefraud
defraud the Indians Armed with her hernavf hernow hernow
now weapons she successfully blocks blocksMorton blocksMorton blocksMorton
Morton though losing tho lovo of Travers Traversami Traversanl Traversand
and tho friendship of the whites But the theIndian theIodlnn theIndian
Indian blood rules her even n when Morton Mortonis
is discovered to be h her r father faihe fathershe and andfinal andsha
she sends Travers back to the EasV EastThe EastThefinal The Thefinal
final act brings the one touch of melo melodrama meloI rodedrama ¬
drama In the play The cattle on the theplains thePlains theplains
I plains are stampeding and Travers Trn vcrs la laamong Laamong isamong
among them From a cliff Wanga sees seesthe seesthe seesthe
the clouds of dust and hears the roar of oftho attho ofthe
tho charging animals She goes to the therescue tlJeresc therescue
rescue resc e and when the drove has passed passedthere passedthere passedthere
there is a brief scene S ene d that promises fu future future futuro ¬
ture happiness for the halfbreed girl and andthe andthe andthe
the white man manIt manIt manIt
It Is a most pleasing play plavone one thatreflects that thatreflects thatI
I reflects credit upon its i i producers roducera ucers and andshould andshould andshould
should rank as a genuine success In Instaging Instaging Instaging
staging there is nothing to be desired desiredLillian desiredLilllan desiredLillian
Lillian Buckingham who Is also men mentioned mentioned mentioned ¬
tioned as S coauthor of the play has the theexacting theexactIng theexacting
exacting part of Wanton < r Miss Buckingham Bucking Buckingham Buckingham ¬
ham is a new comer In the East but Is Isfar istar
tar removed from being a novice There ThereIs Thereis
Is a quality about her work that Indi Indicates IndIcates Indicafes ¬
cates a thorough drill In the stock school schooland schooland schooland
and her emotional scenes are marked markedwith markM1th markedwith
with 1th sincerity and force forceLela forceLela forceLcla
Lela Lee as the capitalists daughter daughterand daughterand daughterand
and John W W Dugan as his handmade handmadesenator handmadesenator handmadesenator
senator sustain the minor love Interest InterestThe InterestThe interestThe
The latter Is particularly good and can canhardly eanhardly canhardly
hardly be blamed if his lines are more moresuggestive moresuggestive moresuggestive
suggestive of Shorty McCabe than a amember amember amember
member of tbe United States Senate SenateArthur SenateArthur SenateArthur
Arthur Behrens and Louis Chevalier Chevalierappear Chevanerappear Chevalierappear
appear as Travers and Morton respec respectively respectively respectively ¬
tively and are fully equal to the re requirements re requirements requirements ¬
quirements of the roles rol role There are also alsowo alsotwo alsoewe
two wo picturesque Indian characters charactersworthy charactersworthy charactersworthy
worthy of r notice noUceAs noticeAs noticeAs
As a whole The Stampede StampC < Ic Is decidedly de decidedly decidedly ¬
cidedly the best attraction of the cur current current current ¬
rent season at the Academy AcademyTHE AcademyTIrE AcademyTEE
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The excellent vaudeville bill presented presentedat
at the Casino Theater yesterday was fully fullyIn tullyIn fullyin
In keeping with the holiday seasontull seasontullot season full fullof
of good things snap snap and humor The Thehit TheWt Thehit
hit of the performance is the team of ofLyndon ofLyndon
Lyndon and Dorman who billed as The TheEnglishman The TheEnglishman rheEnglishman
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humor of their respective countries The Thedialogue ThedJaloguc Thedialogue
dialogue and songs of this team were werefull werefull werefull
full of snap and fn fact It was one on of oftho ortho ofthe
tho classiest and neatest vaudeville offerings offer offerIngs oltal oltallugs
Ings seen at the Casino this season Lew LewHarley LewHarley LowHarley
Harley created continual contlnu i amusement as asa asa asa
a Hebrew comedian with a rapidfire rapidfirestock rapidfirestock rapidfirestock
stock of new jokes and stories and some sometopical sometopical sometopical
topical songs Louise Morrison and com company company company ¬
pany appeared In a sketch entitled TheI TheAntiBellow The TheAntiBellow
I AntiBellow Antl Bellow Suffragette and made a alaughing alaughIng alaughing
laughing hit hit The Seabury duo was a apair apalr apair
pair of capital roller skaters Probel and andRouge andRouge andRouge
Rouge comedy acrobats did some clever cleverwork cleverwork cleverwork
work on a long pole balanced across a atrapeze atrapeze atrapeze
trapeze Ruby Mack demonstrated her herpossession herpossession herpossession
possession of an excellent soprano voice voiceof voiceot voiceof
of grand opera range and caliber The Theusual Thousual Theusual
usual motion picture plays rounded out oatthe outUle outthe
the performance performanceJust perfonnanceTHE performanceTHE
THE GAYETY GAYETYJast GAYEYJust
Just one word sums up last nightsperformance nights nlgntsperformance nightspertorm
performance pertorm at the Gayety and that word wordis wordIs wordis
is Good Without a doubt Jack Singer Singerput Singerput Singerput
put one over on at least the majority majorit of ofthe otthe ofthe
the burlesque shows when he staged stagedSingers stagedSingers stagedSingers
Singers Serenaders SerenadeHead SerenadersHead SerenadersHead
Head above all this talent stands Lew LewKelly LewKeUy hewKelly
Kelly as Prof Dope his delineation of ofthis otthis ofthis
this character cannot be Improved uponhis upon uponhis uponh18
his bright lines bringing down the house houseat houseat houseat
at every sally Next In line as a fun funproducer funI funproducer
producer was Bernard Tubett as Mike MikeClancy MikeClancy MikeClancy
I Clancy he is l Sfnnny funny even ov n to look at The Thefemale Thetemale Thefemale
female contingent consisted of Margaret MargaretKing MarsnrotKing MargaretKing
King an eccentric soubrette who delivers deliversthe dell deliversthe vcrs vcrsthe
the goods in great style Grace VInton is ischarming Ischarming ischarming
charming as Marjorie Lakewood and andNanette andNanet andNanette
Nanette Nanet Coulton sings her songs m In a aclear aclcar aclear
clear soprano which is by far the best bestvoice bestvoice bestvoice
voice heard at the Gayety this year yearThe yearThe yearThe
The olio is excellent comprising Mullen Mullenand MUI1 Mullenand n nand
and Coogan the Six Juggling Blossoms Blossomswho Dlos Blossomswho oms omswbo
who are all young ladles of rare juggling jugglingpropensities jugglingvroptmsitles jugglingpropensities
propensities and last the McGuiness McGuinessbrothers McGuinessbrotbers McGuinessbrothers
brothers who dance various difficult steps stepswith stepswith stepswith
with skill sk 1 and grace graceTHE graceTHE graceTHE
THE NEW LYCEUM LYCEUHBilly LYCEUMBmy LYCEUMBilly
Billy Watson and his Beef Trust opened openeda
a weeks engagement at the New Lycenm Ly Lyceum Lyceum ¬
ceum yesterday afternoon and played to totwo totwo totwo
two capacity houses The show Is a riot riotof riotot riotof
of fun and music from the rise of the thecvtftto thecstm thecsctahr
cvtftto until the drop and although
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Billy Watson in the principal comedy comedyrole comedyrole comedyrole
role of Philip was a scream His facial facialmakeup taclaimakeup facialmakenp
makeup was grotesque In the extreme extremeand extremeand extremeand
and the impromptu lines that he added addedto addedto addedto
to tho role were heartily applauded applaudedLizette applau applaudedLizetto ed edLlzetto
Lizette Howe handled the principal principalfemmlne princlpalfeminine principalfeminine
feminine role in a most acceptable manner man manner
ner She has a pretty face and a c wealth wealthot wealthof
of magnetism and sings wen wenThe wenThc wellThe
The principal feature of the show Is Isthe Isthe
the chorus selected for their size rather ratherthan ratherthan ratherthan
than histrionic ability and they furnished fur furnished furnished ¬
nished the foil for much of the comedy comedyused comedyused comedyused
used In the performance performanceSeveral performanceveral performanceSeveral
Several veral special nights have been ar arranged arranged arranged ¬
ranged for the coming week Tonight Tonightthere Tonightthere Tonightthere
there will be a greasypole gre sypole contest to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow a a waltzing contest will be held heldIn heldIn heldin
In which those In the audience select for fortheir tortheir fortheir
their partners the chorus girls of the thecompany thecompany thecompany
company Thursday night there will be bea bea bea
a a chorus girls singing contest and Fri ¬
day night a prize will be given any anyone one
in the audleice who correctly guesses suc ses the theweight theweight theweight
weight of the entire chorus chorusTHE chorusTHE chorusTHE
THE MAJESTIC MAJESTICAn
An entertaining show was presented at atthe atthe atthe
the Majestic Theater last night nl ht The Thefeature Thefeature Thefeature
feature wasthe was the Three
Nichols who pre presented presented presented ¬
sented a European sensational novelty noveltywire noveltywire noveltywire
wire act Hassan and Roedel Inter International International international ¬
national trick tumbling eccentric danc dancing dancIng dancing ¬
ing and premier toe dancing J B BBradley BBradley BBradley
Bradley minstrel singer of old songs songsand sonssand songsand
and new late of the Dockstader and andPrimrose andPrimrose
Primrose minstrels famous for their theirhighclass theirhighclass theirhighclass
highclass artists and May Kessler Kesslercornetlst Kesslercornetist Kesslercornetist
cornetist The popular xmajestograph xmajestographconcluded 4mjestographconcluded 1 u1jestographconcluded
concluded the performance with some of ofthe atthe ofthe
the latest pictures picturesTHE picturesTHE picturesTHE
THE ATOSnji AVENU A GRAND GRANDLas GRANDLlS GRANDLas
Las Navas a European novelty Is the thefeature thefeature thefeature
feature of an excellent programme at atthe atthe atthe
the Avenue Grand Theater this week weekTho weekTho weekThe
Tho act was accorded a hearty recep reception reception reception ¬
tion from the tbelarge large crowds present rcsent at atthe atthO atthe
the opening performances Tucker and andLawrence andLawrence andLawrence
Lawrence proved themselves to be grace graceful graceful graceful ¬
ful dancers Haines and Lee the musi musical musical musical ¬
cal comedians pleased pleased with a variety varlet of ofselections otselections ofselections
selections Siddon and Earle appeared in ina Ina ina
a comedy sketch The motion pictures
I 1 were pleasing Beginning Thursday Thursdayafternoon Thursdayafternoon
afternoon lemoon the new policy at the Avenue AvenuaGrand AvenneGrand AvenueGrand
I Grand will go into effect After that thatday thatda thatday
day da twelve highclass vaudeville acts actswill actswUl actswill
will appear each week The programmes programmeswill programmesSvill
will 111 be changed Monday onday and Thursday ThursdayThe ThursdayThe ThursdayThe
The matinees will start at 2 oclock in inthe inthe inthe
the afternoons and all seats will be K Kcents 10 10cents 10cents >
j cents Tho evening performance will be beI begin begin
j I gin at 8 oclock ocl ck and the prices will be beand bel
20 l and and 30 O cents centsTEE centsTHE centsTHE
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Not many acts have scored the hit hitthat hltthat hitthat
that Noodles Pagan scored at the theCosmos theCosmos theCosmos
Cosmos yesterday yesterd Y afternoon and evening eveningHis evcnlngHis eveningHis
His offering Is a melange of new songs songsenthusiastically songsstortes songsstories
stories and recitations and an were wereenthusiastically
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enthusiastically received especially his hissmiling hissmiling hissmiling
smiling song in which the audience audiencefurnishes auc1tencefurnishes audiencefurnishes
furnishes most of the material for his htefun histun hisfun
fun A Warm Reception a comedy comedysketch comedysketch comedysketch
sketch by Fisher fisber and Hicks made a avery ayery avery
very good impression and a real novelty noveltyIs
Is offered by Holden Hold n and LG L Claire In a acombination a acombination 8combination
combination mag maglc magc c and shadowgraph sha owgraph act actthat aetthat actthat
that pleased ph ased young and old Winsome WinsomeWinnie WinsomeVlnnle WinsomeWinnie
Winnie Vlnnle Worth fila petite P tlte comedienne comedienneproved comedlenneuproved comedienneproved
proved a little singer of more than ordi ordinary ordinary ordinary ¬
nary ability Morton West West and Morton Mortonpolite Mortonpolite Mortonpolite
polite entertainers In a singing dancing dancingand dBncJngnnd dancingand
and talking act act with many costume costumechanges costwnechanges costumechanges
changes and Eleanor Cameron in a astraight a astrahht astraight
straight singing turn comprise a strongholiday strong strongholiday Stronghoildny
holiday bill bill
THE PLAZA PLAZAThe PLAZAThe PLAZAThe
The Police Force of New York City Cityfirst Cityfirst t tfirst
first time shown sh wn In any theater is thefeature the thefeature thefeature
feature selection for today This sub subject subj subject ¬
ject j ct is probably one of the most mostfnter mostfntercstlng Inter Interesting iiiteresting ¬
esting ever produced as It Is devoid of ofanything atanythln ofanything
anything anythln artificial and Is true to life lifeViews UfeViews lifeViews
Views of the many traffic t affic complications complicationsat
at New Yorks busiest crossings the themounted thcmounted themounted
mounted squad even dowq to breaking breakingin
in and training their horses showing showinghow showinghow showingbow
how runaways runawa5 are caught and winding windingup
up with a mounted drill In Central Park ParkThe ParkThe ParkThe
The harbor harbortorce force together with the thelatest thelatest thelatest
latest adjunct In police pol1ceequlpment equipment the thescout thescout thescout
scout dogs With this wonderful and andspecial f fspecial
special release will be found Sotha SothaTemptation SethsTemptation J JTomptation
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