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EVENING LEDGERPHILADELPHIA', THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1914.
SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT
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MRS. JAMES I KANCIS SULLIVAN
Mrs. Sullivan, who spent a inrt of llir summer in New England, is now at her
home, the Wood?, Radnor.
(ToS t.UO.VOItA DKXNISTON'. whoso mar
riage to Henry D. Booth, Jr., will tnko
le Sattmlay, October 10, will be the Ruest
honor at n lunclieon on Monday, October 5,
I'll will be siven by Miss Dorothy Klnley,
.cr home In West Scnoolhouso lane, (jcr-
fjwn. The Riicsts will include the mem-
lof MIfs Di'iinlston'a bridal party, anil
ncludc Miss Isabel Stouehton, Miss Esther
Miss Cithorlne Dnvls, Miss Amid Den
and Miss Kathleen Dcunlston. Miss
Booth will kIvo a luncheon for MIS3
l-ton on Tucsiluy, at which the sueats
Ivlll bpj the 1 rldcsmaUis and Mis. Samuel Boot.i,
nothoA yf tin bridegroom.
A rue numbei of persons me Interested in
Ihc itintry Kulr and Market Day which wilt
? 1 j' in l.utiudow tie for the benefit of St.
'mp o.inury House for Convalescents on
Baturofiv 't the si minds of the home.
Amoi tl,n.-e who nre ncllvely engaged In tho
affali w 11 be Mrs. James A. Mundy and Mlsi
IBnilli- .il Itniuus, who will be In charge of
tho 1, on anil iittcrnoon tea; Mrs. Hobert
rhux ' liuiiell, who, with a bey of jouiik
Blrls U iu.-i -i her, will hae tho produce table.
rfhe i uikI i.incl tables will be presided
fovcr I, Vr Murtlia Quia and Mrs. J. J. Coyl,
respetti . Mis. Henry i:.?slins will sell Jel
lies and M-s Louis C. I.usson will be In charge
of the i i-aetical table. Mrs. I.u.ssun will lme
her dnuH t -r, Miss Lucille Lusson. and a num
ber of ier oung friends as assistants. The
fanej ..-.j-uls will bo in chuige of Mrs. Arthur
J Zlnui' it and Miss Frances and MIhs Lew.
.tiullluin "ill presldu oer the (lower table. MUs
kMargan t Walton will hao fresh-laid eggs tor
lalo and Miss Hoh.iIIo McMichcn will bo at the
Eicnd of a band of oung girls who will sell
jlpars nt cigarettes. The nlwas attractive
Boll table will be under the caru of Miss Marie
The fa w 111 open as early as 0 o'clock In
Bl.e moi i h' is it is hoped that many will do
then muilf'i.ig for tho week there. It will
last u- til i lock at night. Tho homo li suu-
horton ii i in donations nud has uccom-
Jllnhed .. . i vi,rk since its establishment a
Ittle iii"i h hi h Near ago. Many u patient
ksmlsse l i tin hospitals "ablo to go home"
is been -n .i week or two of rest, which
is given itti ami strength which could not
rive been nud otherwise.
IMrs tic i i ii Unrlc will entertain a num-
r of tin HHon'ii debutantes today at her
y'me In Hi Muwr, In honor of her daughter.
Iss Hunsf KrrI1P, i;,ire. Small tablca will
placed i i,t tho lower lloor of the house
licit will . i imir guests. It will be a buffet
Rcheon ai tin- guests will choose their own
es A t mi flowers will bo uicd to drco-
the huu i,,i luncheon tables. Thoie will
was Mum i. Thornton will entertain at
Bieon tod . . i her home, 1331 I'lno street.
Lnoi oi - .Mildred l). Vollrath. whose
Eage to ii i beit M. I.uwry will take place
laturdu I he guests will Include Miss
M ai Miss Kathlyno .Slmttuck. Miss
B.i-1 Mis Jllvlru Hush, of l-ong
Misa . .riu S'adswarth and Miss Hosa-
lino M riederick Wlnslow Taj lor, who
lee., ,i, i, ug the lummer at their cot-
r. Ilo. hi..i l Me. will return today and
Icti, , Atlautio City, where they wtll
kjeeul weeks before opening Uoxley,
ilno .c.ir Highland station. Miss KlUa
I'a Tuilor. who Is at nresent vUlil,,.-
iouth, Mans , w not return until the
fcharle-j II MowII. Miss Beatrice Howell
lier H-vnii, who have been motoring
I tw I., gin id, will return to their home
ale tr,.a ueek.
Mia T It. Ludlow filbbons wll re
,'ir l.un.e on State road, Cynwjil, to-
iMro ih.irlet Kllwood llnnna hae
I- cottag. at Beach Haven, N. J.,
Id to iheir hom In Hala.
jpf six dime will be given nt the
Hotel i, MiB Marian Caldwell
Miss HWn nrr Fry, Miss Mary
ftii.-i 'lUd.s IM'Aard. The date
will be uiiur 31. November S.
Ketruar, n April 3 and Mty J,
ifG THE MA1 LINE
rIa'"r i f ivi of WW Dreel
rre4 fro-. .,.. tr M
ik Iir w- a,,-, tmuy. of iXT
e ri-J-e-t .-rj, i k(S Mohonk.
it wi--a. nr.v
Hangcley Lake, Me., and opened their Over
MEMO." Mr. anil Mrs. Uwlght D. Wlllard and
Miss Vcnettc Wlllatd are occupying their home,
on Hazelhurst avenue, after spending the sum
mer at Capo May. Miss Mildred Wlllard haa
resumed her studies at Bryn Muwr College.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Lewis, of lialrd road, who
recently spent two necks at Beach Bluff, Mass.,
havf icturned home. Mrs. Lewis nnd Miss
Alice Lofciin will leave Tuesday for a week'i
visit In New York, where they will stay at
tho YorU Club.
Mr. and Mrs. George Y. Kdwards and their
children have returned to their South Highland
avenue home, after a summer spent with Mrs.
Edwards' mother, Mrs. P. S. Itccd, a' her Cape
.VKDnitTII Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Laird nnd
their son, Donald Wilson Laird, of Kssex road,
have returned from a two weeks' visit to Bos
ton. Mr. and Mrs. William S. McClellan and their
little daughter, whd spent the summer at their
Ocean City cottage, haie opened their home,
on Woodslde avenue.
wy.NNKWOOD Str. and Mrs. Horace T. Eaklns,
of Hathaway and Mansion roads, are receiving
congratulations on the birth of a son, Horace
G. Eaklns, Jr. Mrs. Kaklns will be remembered
as Miss Kmma Kehl.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles II. Kcndrick, who have
beti touring throMgh the New England States,
have returned home.
AllDMont: Mr. nnd Mrs. XI. Howard Elscn
bicy and children closed t'.lclr Bay Head cot
tage Monday, and are now nt their home on
Mr. and Mrs. Edw.ird H. Cloud, of Glenn and
Wlstar roads, are expected home the middle of
this month from Xow Hampshire, wnerc they
spent the summer.
ALONG THE READING
Mrs, Arthur Ttu.ih has returned to her homo
in Ablngton after a Uslt to her sister, Mrs.
Athur Jtjerson, of "Ulngwood," Oswego Lake,
Miss Henrietta Dimond, ilaughlrr of Dr. and
Mis. Henry C. Dimond, of Bdal, has gone to
Farmlngton, Conn., to attend boarding school,
Douglas Dimond has as his guests for several
days Mr. and Mrs. L. Harry Richards, Id, of
Mr. and Mrs. Itobert Sewell and their family
returned today to their homo at Ilydal after
having spent the summer at their cottage at
Mr. nnd Mrs. John Q'Donnell, 0f Logan, will
leave fchortly on a motor trip thiough Pennsyl
vania to Harrlsburg.
The rtev. and Mrs. Edward Humeston, of
Oak Lane, hue opened their homo on Elev
enth itrcet after a season at Schenectady, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. John Crew, of Ninth street.
Fern Bock, will leave this week for Arundel,
Md., where thty wilt remain during the fall.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spaululng, of I,ogan,
will open their home at Ilrlileitiurg this week,
wheis they will remain over the winter,
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Dew ell, who have been
taking a month's motor trip In tho West, will
return on Wednesday to their home on Elm
avenue, Oak Lane.
Friends of Miss Ida Hcrley, of Wyncote, wJ
be pleased to hear of her recovery from her re
Mr. and Sirs. William Wurts Ifarmer will
close their cottage In Chelsea October 1 and
return to town. Mr. nud Mrs. Joseph J. Brown
will also return this week to their home at 3U3
Mldvale avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Cnarles T.
Brown, who have been the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Brown In Chelsea, have itturncd
to 3U6 Penn street.
Miss Beatrice Wells, of Annapolis, Md., ha
arrived In town for the winter months and has
taken an apartment nt the Coulter Inn.
Mr. and Mrs. William Scott, of 5423 Laurens
street, have returned from Virginia, where they
spent August and September.
Miss Eleanor Town, whu has been vliltlng her
sUter In Short Hills all summer, haa returned
and will he the guast of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Buehler, of 513 East Johnson street, for the
Charles Welis, Jr, Is spending several weeka
Mr and Mrs. Chester Haney, of the Queen
Lane Apartments, hae returned home from
visiting Mr and Mr Robert Gilpin Ervja at
Box Tree Farm. Media
Mr and Mr. F, Kimball Hagar, of 497 1Vt
Stafford ttreet, will return to town October 1
IS&PJ Haven, wher-yjspenl the uw-
mnntown Dancing Club nl Odd Ffllowa Htl,
Mount Airy, on Friday evening', October 3.
Mr. ami Mrs. William F. Krlcbel. of 6121
McCnllum street, announce tho wcddlnfr of their
daughter, MIhs Elisabeth Krlcbel, to Albert O.
Nowbold on September 24.
A bridge club wltl have Its first meotlng of
this season nt tho homo of Miss May Alburgcr,
Mill Wayno avenue, on Tuesday, October 6.
Among those who will attend will be Miss
Helen Crnskey, Miss Margaret Spcese, Miss
Helen Carson and Mls Clara Jacobus.
Mlig Sydney Olt llelvllle, 6023 tlrceno street,
has left for Bryn Mawr College, whero sho will
enter Ine freshman class,
Charles T. Qulti, of 2fil West Wnlnut lahe,
acrompanled by Ills dn lighter, MIfb Margnretta
Madeline Quln and Miss Craig, will leave on
Saturday for Loxlngton, Ky.
Miss Isobel Hunker, of 3150 Chestnut street,
has returned from Wlldwood Crest, whero uhe
spent tho summer.
Mr. J. M. Cbltlngwood, of 3341 Locust street,
returned from Europe on the steamer Olympic
Mr. nnd Mrs. Abhor Henry MerMlion hnve
closed their summer homo In Moylnn, Pa., nnd
returned to the Pnrkslde, Mr, nnd Mrs, John
M. Irwin, of Pittsburgh, aic their guests this
Congressman and Mrs, J. Wnshlngton Loguo
nnd family closed their cottage 63 South Sover
eign avenue, Chelsea, yewtordny nnd motored
to their home, 12a South 3Dth stiect.
Mrs Louise II. Crist nnd her niece, Miss Matlo
Itlcchlc, of tho Powolton Apartments, returned
on Wednesday, having spent the summer In
Mt. and Mrs. J. C. B, Moirly nnd Miss Moie
ly, of 3137 Chestnut street, will close their cot
tage In Chelsea on Wednesday and return to
Colonel William t'mbenhower, of Stonclclgh
Court, with John Pntton, of Uotmantown, made
the run to Atlantic City on Saturday with
the Lu Lu Temple.
Mr. nnd Mrs, Joseph A. Mc.Vnmco and Miss
Mc.Vnmee, of 4333 Ventnor nvenue, Chelsea, nre
visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Fort, 37IS Baring
Mlsd May Vnnnemnn, gianddaughter of
Charlfs X. Lafferty, S513 Spring Garden street,
has Joined the Bed Cioes Society in Franco.
Miss Vannemnn wns closely identified In chari
table work of this city last winter.
The Thespian Musical Club, one of South
Philadelphia's most popular dramatic circles,
was seen In uu Intel estlng little musical fan
tasy last week. The playlet, "The Suffragettes,"
was arranged by the president of tho club. Miss
Anna Furey, nnd was full of humoV from start
to finish. The cast, nil of whom are popular
down-town folks, was as follows:
Miss Xan Furey, Judge; Miss Maiio Daly,
counsel for defense; Miss Alice McPhoyle, plain
tiff; Miss Gertrude McLaughlin, District At
torney; Hay Conklln, pilsoner; Cy Daly, Baatus,
a court attendant.
The twelve Jurors wcie: Miss Helen Bio'okc,
Miss Emma Alllnamow, Miss Mae McCarron,
Miss Irma Ilollngcr, Miss Helen Lee, Miss
Marian Magee, Miss Irene Hates. Miss Helen
Council, Miss Agnes Cnrl-ory, Mi?s Margaret
McCrosson, Miss Kltt Dillon, and Miss Loulso
Miss Catherine Murray, of 1241 Soutli 22d
street, and Miss Jane Kelly, of 1923 South IStli
street, nre leaving this week for Mauch Chunk,
where they will bo the guests of Mies Murray's
Mr. and Mrs. C. Walter Glasgow have closed
their cottage nt Asbury Park, and returned to
their home, at 1831 South 18th street, whore the
expect to remain for the winter.
Miss Anna Brennan, of 1S39 South -Slh street,
has icturned from Wlfdwoad, where she has
spent tho past two months.
Miss Gertrude Latimer, who has been tho
guest of Dr. and Mrs. Kelly nt their cottage at
Ventnor, has returned to her home, 2022 South
Miss Elizabeth Roe. of 1812 Mifflin street, ex
pects to return to tho el'y on or about October
10. Miss Roc has been the guest of Miss E. M.
Roe, of Atlantic City, since May 1.
Charles McGuckln, who Is well known In
Suuth Philadelphia us u football player of
icognlzed ability, Is uttending Vllhinova Col
lege, wheie he Is making n bpeclnl study of
Mrs. William Lee Pryor, who has been spend
ing the Bummer at Xewport, R. L, with her
father. Rear Admiral Knight, has now returned
to her home, nt W0 South 21st street.
MIhs Glodeau Smith, of 2110 Xorth Nineteenth
street, returned Slondny to her home, having
bon the guest of Miss Nancy Fullerton for the
past week. Over tho week-end Miss Fullerton
entertained a party In Mlsa Smith's honor. Her
guests Included Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wclgand,
George Numbers and Edwin Bcccher.
Miss Virginia Hume, of 1919 West Dauphin
stret, gave an aluminum ware annwer on Tues
day evening at her home, In honor of Miss
Edna, Culbertson, of Logan, whoso marrluge to
CluriM.ce O'Brien, of Tioga, will take place
next Tucfcday, October 6.
Tho marriage lies been announced of Miss
Dorothy M. Keen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Edmund W. Keen, of Nescoprck, Pa , and Dr.
John W. Wullace. of 1703 North Seventeenth
street. The ceremony was performed on Mon
day night by the Rev. Dr. Russell II. Conwell,
pastor of the Grace Baptist ChurcVi, Broad and
Berks streets, at his residence on North Broad
street. Dr. and Mis. Wallace will receive the
end of the week at their home, 1703 North Sev
Mrs. John Chcuning, who lias been the guest
of her sister. Miss Triphosla Bitting, nt her
apartments, has returned lo Concord, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. John Warner and their family,
of 332:i North Sixteenth street, have returned to
the rlty and closed their cottage near Somer-
Mr. and Mrs. Frank McManus have closed j
their cottage In Chelsea and lme returned to j
t.ielr home. H19 North Eighteenth street, for I
the winter. Miss Francos McManus returned
to Trinity College. Washington, last week to re
sume her studies.
Mis Jennie Brown, of 1921 Master street, en
tertained the sewing class of which she 1 a
member on Tuesday evening. The class la
composed of members of the younger set In
Northwest Philadelphia, and will continue Its
meetings this winter.
Charles Ilalley. Jr., of New York, was the
guest of Mr. and Mr. Frank Hurdart for the
week-end at their country home at Malvern.
Mr and Mrp Hardart will return to their home
on North Fifteenth street this week.
Miss Lilian B. Nagle, of U37 West Erie ave
nue, Tioga, entertolned the members of Tier
sw!ng circle at htr home on Tuetday, Septem
ber 29. The member Include Ml Ethel Hncsn,
O. Nicholas Nlcholeon, Mrs, Morton Lukens.
Thomas Keith, of Washington, D, C, Is mo
toring to New York. Qn hi return this week
he w'H stop In Philadelphia, where ho will bo
entertained by Mr, and Mrs. Albert Heeley nnd
MIm Clnra Vt Helcy at their home, 902 West
Dr. and Mrs. Louis H. Mutschler, of West
Tioga street, have returned from n six weeks'
visit to the const of Maine.
Mrs, Samuel Gross and her son, Sidney Groos,
of 37 North 17th street, have returned from a
visit to friends In New York.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hnrvcy T. Weber nnd Miss
Mela Weber, who spent the summer at Seaside
Park, hnvo returned io their home, on North
Mfss Mary Bnrkor, of 1301 Butler street, en
tertained at 600 last Saturday night. Her guests
were: Miss Helen Donahue, Miss toso Casaldy,
Miss Helen Cassldy, Miss Emily McKcntry,
Miss Margaret Somers, Miss Beatrice Somcrs,
Mlfs Christine Derk, William H. DcVnnhue, Wal
ter Donahue, Raymond Donahue, Joseph Eck
crt, M. Dovlnc, Jniik Bradley, John Matthews.
Mrs, William Rubllnger and Mrs. A. P. Keller,
of 4117 North Broad Btreet, leave Wednesday for
an extended visit to Detroit, Mich.
Miss Elizabeth Hlnnnmnn, of 1220 West Tlogn
street, entertained n house party Inst week-end
nt her summer home In North Wlldwood. Her
guests Includd Miss Mary Cope, Minn Martha
Oilman, Miss Mnry Huerder, MIsb CSrncc Wade,
A. Perclval Blanck, of New York; Roy Will
lams nnd George Wnmcr, of Wells, Vt.: Ed
ward B. Carrier and Francis A. Wnde, of this
Miss Edythe Wltslo, of 2426 West Columbia
nvouue, cntci talned nt luncheon and "500" Inst
Saturday In honor ot Miss Helen James Meade,
whoso engagement to Edgar M. Wnmbold wns
recently announced. Her guests were: Miss
Lydln Pnrkcr, Miss Christine Van Gucntln, Miss
Ellen Patterson, MIes Florence M. Wambold,
Mlrs Ellin M. Kennedy, Miss Ethel Mortlmorc,
Ml Helen V. Crawford, Miss Hazel S. Barkc,
Miss Ethel M. Penrcc, Miss Florence Bennlng
hoff. Mrs. Frank S. Elliott 2d, Mrs. Ernest
Wade, Miss Rebecca Smith nnd Mlsa Kitty
MIes Alice Wlckcrsham, of 203 Rochelle ave
nue, Wlssahlckon, gave a house party over the
last week-end at tho summer home of her
parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. George Wlckersham, In
Ocean City, Mr. and Mrs. Wlckersaam chnp
croncd tho young people, who were Miss Helen
Snydor, Miss Marlun Wlckersham, Kenneth
Snyder, Charles Saylor and George Zahn.
Mrs. A. If. Fox, of Koclicllc avenue, is vis
iting friends In Pittsburgh.
.Mrs. Elmer Culbertson, of Roxborough ave
nue, lins returned from Ocean Grove.
Miss Hannnh Slmmctte nnd Miss Nellie Mc
Kenn, who have been spending a week with
Mrs. Chester Hopkins, of 204 Rochcllo avenue,
following an extended tour tnrough tho Middle
Atlantic and New England States, have re
turned to their homes In Mason, Iowa.
CAMDEN AND VICINITY
Tho Rev. Harold Morse, of Mcrchantvllle. has
announced the engagement of his daughter,
Misi Hilda Morse, to Chester R. Hnig, a Lieu
tenant In the Medical Corps of the United
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Gilbert and son, of Fourth
nnd Chambers avenues, have returned from a
long stay In Maine.
Gordon Bottomley, of Merchantvllle. has re
turned from a visit to relatives In England.
Mr. and Mrs. M, F. Mlddleton. Jr., and chil
dren, have returned to their residence, at 536
Cooper street, after summering, as usual, at
Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Slcklcr, who have
been at their cottage, at Tenth and Ocean ave
nue. Ocean City, since June, motored up this
week to their home, ut 414 Cooper street.
.Mr. and Mrs. Stockton Woodward and grand
son, who have been pnssfng the summer at their
cottage at Ocean City, have returned to their
rcildonce at 211 Cooper street.
"A country fair" will be held on the grounds
of tho Haddonfield Country Club this week.
There will be dancing.
First Day of the New Fall Month Has Hymen's
Festivals in Its Woke.
The marriage of Miss Marion SImms Hamil
ton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John B. Ham
ilton, and Robert J. Hamilton, of Los Angeles,
Cal., will tnJo place today at tho home of tho
bride's parents, 4316 Hazel avenue, at 2 o'clock.
Miss Hamilton, wVto will bo given In marriage
by her father, will wear a gown of whlto
crepo meteor, elaborately trimmed with point
lace. Her veil will be made of tulle, and will
be fastened with orange blossoms. She will
carry white roses and lilies of tho valley.
Miss Roberta B. Hamilton, a sister of the
bride, will wear u frock of palo yellow crepe,
and will carry autumn flowers. The best man
will ho James Hamilton, a brother of tho
bridegroom. Miss Helen J. Sulder, of East
Orange, n cousin of tho bride, will play the
wedding march. Tne ceremony will bo per
formed by the Rev. T. A. Beckman, of Rosen
dale, N. Y., who Is an uncle of Miss Hamilton.
A very few Intlmato friends Rnd the Imme
diate families will attend the wedding- and
small reception which will follow.
W R E.N X- PETE RSON
The wedding of Miss Lola Frances Chllds
peter.on nnd William Wallace Wrenn will
take place tonight In the Methodist Episcopal
Church In West Colllngswood, N. J.
.Miss Peteison will be attended by four
bridebmalda, all of whom nre cousins Miss
Ethel T'slltnii, Miss Elizabeth Usllton, Miss
Margaret Wolfo and Miss Marlon Mount, the
latter of Red Bank. N. J. Mr. Wrenn will .iave
for his best man Dr. A. Martin, of this city.
Mlsa Peterson is a grandnlece of the late
George W. Chllds and Mrs. Chllds, and is re
lated to tho old Bouvicr family, of this city,
Tho ceremony will bo performed by tho Rev!
Rlchaid Conover, pastor of the church. It will
be followed by a small reception nt the l,n,
of tho bride's parents. Sir. and Mrs. Jo.m Gray
Peterson. 1000 Colllngs avenue. After a wed
ding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Wrenn will live in
CHESTER AND VICINITY
Miss Charlotte Bouschelle, of West Eighth
btreet. has returned from a week's visit to
friends at Wilmington, Del,
Miss Mary P. Harklns has returned to her
home on Providence avenue from Baltimore,
where he was the guest of relatives for sev
Mr, and Mrs, Robert Stainton, Mr ard Mrs.
J Jrin Taylor and Mr and Mrs David Dea-
kyn are spending a. w-elfw)th, friends at Wer-
John Blair has re!
ALICE C. ELLIOT IN "NEARLY MARRIED" GARKICK
ACADEMY OF MUSIC "Cablrla," moving
picture drama, by Gabrlella D'AnnunzIo, of
tho third century B. C.
ADELPHI "Tho Revolt," by Edward Locke,
starring Helen Ware. Neglected wife, des
perate, rushes to ruin. Ruin proves shock
ing. She recoils in time. Stepmother tip
ples. Child nearly dies fiom cntlng bananas.
BROAD "Liuly Wlndermore's Fan." Revival
of Oscar Wilde's satlro by Margaret Anglln.
One of tho cleverest plays of the century,
never more brilliantly presented.
CHESTNUT STREET OPERA HOUSE "Pi
late's Daughter," miracle play, by Francis
L. Kenzcl. The daughter of 1'ontlus Iilato
performs miracles by a ioso which touched
Christ's garment, and finally meets martyr
dom. FORREST "Chin-Chin," musical comedy by
Anne Caldwell and It. H. Buriislde, music by
Ivnn Caryll, with Montgomery and Stone.
GARRICK "Nearly Married," fnrco comedy, by
Edgar Selwyn, starring Bruco MclSao. At
tenuated, but amusing.
AVALNUT "Bringing Up Father." musical
comedy, based on Gcorgo McManus cartoons,
by Gus Hill.
THE STOLEN LAMP'S
THE THING IN "CHIN-CHIN"
Montgomery and Stone In a Musical
Fantasy of Spectacular Splendor and
Certainly one could not call It gentlemanly
literally to walk all over a lady, or to sweep
up tho floor with a lady, or wield a lady lu
tho air as one swings a club. Hut there nio
circumstances and circumstances, and If Fred
Stono did all this last evening with dlmlnutlvo
Violet SEell, In tho premiere production of
"Cnln-Chln" nt tho Forrest, It calls for no re
proof because of manners. Occasions there may
bo when indignant benedicts might wish for
such agility nnd adroitness and tho oppoitu
nlty thus to "handle" their wives, though we
hopo such Impulses may bo rare. Fred Stone
Juggled wlfn a human being In u sort of tnngo-gone-mad
his "danse poetliiuo" as perhaps a
frail body wns never Juggled with hefoio. The
dance was a marvelous achievement In human
mechanics, a slelght-of-hand-nnd-feet pcrfoim
ance lu acrobatics. And If Mr. Stone swept
the lloor with little Vtolct, nnd walked over
her, and hurled her lilrncr and thither, he did
It with perfect gentlcmanllucss.
The story of "Chln-Chln" is tho old story of
Aladdin and his lamp. You rub tlm lamp. It
works miracles. A villain, of course, desires
the lamp, and iKtfs It, and thereupon hangs tho
bewildering acfyjii of tno extravaganza. Tiro
Illusion of the btago effects In Charles Dilling
ham's production of this fantasy are little
short of marvelous. Entering the theatre fiom
Broad street, we find oiu selves transported to
China, In a toy bazaar kept by Abaimzar
played by Charles T. Aldrlch tho villain who
desires .the magical lamp. There enter Cor
nelius Bond, a rich American, and 'nls daugh
ter Vlolet-dellghtfully enacted by Helen Fnl
coner with whom Aladdin Douglns Stevenson
-falls In love. But nh, the terrible Abanazar
nlao falls in love with Violet. His grim-sot
purpose Is to sccuro from Aluddln's mother tho
lamp of the thousand and one miracles.
Of course, we all know the power of child
hood Is lu Itself magical, so we nro not sur
prised when two Inanimate mandarins played
by tne Incompnrnblo Montgomery and Stone
come to life In the toy shop at tho wish of
n bevy of engaging children. Through tho play
they pass as good spirits lu one amazing guise
Strange things happen constantly In the vi
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cinity of tho lamp, of course. In tho tea shop
kept by the mother of Aladdin lettuces become
animated on the table, lobsters make unearthly
nolsen symbolic, we suppose, of life; a dead
turkey ii resurrected nnd wipes Its face with
napkin all to tho astonishment of the slnlsta
Abanazar. Howcer, Abanazar secures the!
lamp, nnd by Its menus Imprisons the fair
Violet In a pagoda, In which ho elopes fron
China. Before our eyes, after the limp has
been rubbed, tho pagoda rl-us Into midair. 1'oor
A circus nnd the two good spirits of the"
mandarins taking the paits of clown and al
leged lady bniobuclc ridor. It Is evident their
Uost of tho noilal pagoda and the stolen lamp
hns taken thorn through strango adventures
Fred Stone, nftcr a farcically funny stujj
entrilo(ulst with a live dummy, assunni
rolo of .Mile. Fallofskl. tins lady bare?
rider in the circus. The circus Is one of thl
most elaborate effects achluied on tho modcrrll
ttnge. But nothing Is so funny us tho coquet
tish Fallofbkl tiylng to keep upon the back or
the gentle horso while suspended on n wire In
Into a park, resembling tho Versailles Gar
dens, tho pagoda has ilctcendcd, and thereupon
appear the faithful Chin Hop Low Mont
gomery and Chin Ring Chang Stone. They
tonnivo to recover the lamp from Abanazar nnd
rescue the imprisoned Violet. This is done
cleverly. "But I cannot marry you because 1
do not love you." says Violet to Abanazar at
tho suggestion of tho wily mandarins. "Here.
heio, rub tho lamp and wish that you may
loo me.". Insists the villain as he falls Into
tho trap. Rubbing tho lamp. Violet nsks for
deliveranco, and all ends radlantlj. Happy
Tho music of "Cliln-Cliin." by Ivan Caryll.
who wroto tho "Pink L-uly" and "Little Cafe,"
Is simply delightful. Inimitably fantastic is "Go
Gar Hlg Gong Juu" au sung by the two star
comedians. Tho t,ong now .sung on tho battle
fields of L'uiopo by tho English toldiers. "Its
a Long. Long Way to Tlpperary," was Intro
duced toward tho flimlo by Stone and Mont
gomery and chorus to routing tffect.
Bcllo Stoioy, an the goddess of tho lamp, ade
quately filled that dazzling role, and charmed
the audience with her songs "Tho Grey Dove,"
"Violet" and "In January." Charles T. Aid
rich, In his quiet: transformations, was amazing.
"Chln-Chln" hna undoubtedly made the great
est popular hit so far tltls season. And It 1
a di-scrert succcts.
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