Evening public ledger. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1914-1942, January 05, 1915, Night Extra, Page 11, Image 11
EVENING LBDGI3U- PHILADELPHIA: TUESDAY.' JANUARY B; 191S. -w4- 1 111 rr I 1 llnwifim i i tt THEARW ' LXt wflr Cm rHi srr"Jr h Belascan Dream From Hungary At violence to Mother Goose or ever the fellno authority was when fvlv' away, tho cat will bo to Now jj jn Be1rCli at mice, Tho Little The- decided Monday morning mat ills tlon was tho iietter pnrt of "Courage." th.r rjlnyhouse. rondo un their j. m have a general houscclcanlnit t.narv 11. Ami so there Is nothing do today but wrlto about David Ue :o' newest production, "Tho I'han- Blvali which is huw iu uo aeon m New YorK incaire. i. I'ThB Concert," It Is one of thoso Malic crosses with tho pedlsroo, "by Dltrlcnstein out ui i uerman, haps U was tho Magyar tonRUo in i.. iVr.nn Motnar wroto "Tho Phan- KlVfll J "uli '" ""' lJ,1HEi vlo nsno f.plnywrlftlit has transplanted action OMSOnaBCS lo miiuiitu un nu um 111 eaie. of "The Concert." Ho has done work welt, and It tho result Isn't e to dellRhtful, It Is probably be- Q Herman jjuiii a uuiuuu? la mmed wltn nuinan namic, wiiuo Jir. nars Is rather In tho nature of an ln- ,lous trick. 16 wan who put ino aevn on mo stage nliv and exhibited hell as a police rt In another, has mado. "Tho Phnn nival a sort or inuoraiory specimen the dream-psychologies of his dls llihcd fellow countryman, Slgmund yd. Wife who Is eternally nagged by a oti Tiusband dreams of a lovor. Ho 'ha ('bhantom rival" thnt her hitsbnnd lit',, ho Is what Freud would call tho ppressea. wisn oi nor ncari; anu no nVout to bo, In sober matter of fact, mine- Russian, Saciia, who once loved I -who left her after writing a bcautl- . . .-.-14 kA 2 1 Stl n It ft A A4 . farewell jcniai unu iu imo nu- iu- bed to America. In hor dream ho fits back to her as all tho wonderful li, successes and failures, that ho had tttn her ho mlsht become before ho Imed her hand. In tho reality after drtam ho turns out to oo nono or i thlnEfl, but a very commonplace ng man, who got himself Into a soft ce In the army on a trumped-up ox- . .,..,. l ,, ml..... t. .... . fO 01 Iiai joqu ihuh umutl to (amers. ' ff. Belasco's work In "Tho Phantom tJBal" has been to enhance the dream Won or me piay u- some very ex- ent stage management ana to neglect manifest duty of using a narsii prun knlfe on a BOod deal of tho bickering locus between husband and wife that flkes a too lengthy Introduction. he dream Is, after all, tho substance, 1 there Mr. Belasco may bo judged, i scenery Is manifest piffle canvaB coi ns that look moro llko comic opera in the hall of tho Van Ness mansion, t th lighting, the carpeting and tho life' Me another matter. A cringing, trying- butler In black evening dress lues up and lownsreat orange stairs. try oream ngment or tno myriad mentals who servo in i,.i..i.. .,., Bo&as't" ."I"1 " nbovo-Mr lights hwAnS!!1"!? aS l,,r0Wn th0 f0t' act on of ,(, ' Wher they b8lonB- t,1B l"ee and llM,dream R,oes 'i at a 8haUenanbov-oUreal.tyrBSl0n JU8t th rlsht nJUlL0 BM? BAch(l ent" a ffreat MO M ,,""?n 'TPerlnl d",,omnt and ai a lovrfrnn?.r,4.A8,CnCJ1' l,C new mU i U' llu,;b"nd and plana a swcent.Ll n" ln '""RMlncent, CrnZ. BHf?shl0.? 0,lly eiunlted by Laura ?v m ro'n!l?t,c "Ptures ns tho wife. 2XV .,0 hurtn M her off Inlo the rolnpLnM,mCeta tlle ,ovcr m u' f"-th .h u JV,tlo.n. a ne-nrmca tramp. As triM i, ?Ut t0. B?.wlth hlm- th0 husband l t0 trangIo his rlval-and tho dream tuu , ln,8 bie?n n ?ery "no dream, full of weird whimsical high lights like tho back butler and chalked faces" of tho attendants who light tho diplomat on nls way. If Mr. Dltrlchstcln falls as adapter In the lengthy tiuarrols of reality, he triumphs as both writer and actor In the dream and tho epilogue. Ho plnys the romance of tho masterful general and tho supremo diplomat with that hard cer titude, that command of all things nmor-' ous or mundane, which tho victim of such attractions would moHt ndmlre. Tho tem peramental tenor Is a distinct comic mas torptecc; tho trnmp, a bitter little vignette. In tho epilogue ho makes reality llvo with nil tho humor of everyday humanity. In such circumstances "The Phantom Illval' becomes a novel nnd very enter taining comedy, with hints In It of some thing more. Keith's Vaudeville Kitty Gordon offered a reporter $2000 last night to keep her name out of the paper. It seems that her husband was hurt In a collision between to tnxlcnbs nnd tho woman with him was also In jured. Unlike other nowspapor men, this reporter, on hearing of tho accident, bolted right Into Miss Gordon's boudoir. Sho was taking a nnp with two llttlo puppies. And sho was angry so were tho puppies. "When tho reporter told hor all everything sho offered tho bribe. All this took placo at Keith's, and after o. fako attempt at suicide Miss Gordon chanfied her clothes, or at least added to what sho had on, and sang a couple of songs. She was ably assisted In the act, which was called "Alma's Iteturn," by Miss Helen Goff and a Mr. Hunter. It received warm approval. Without any Tubs or feathers Mario Nordstrom played a number of dramas, sang a couple of Bongs and mado tho au dience lnugh and cry alternately. Still another clever woman on tho bill, Flo Irwin, sister of tho buxom May, mado a decided hit In "Tho Lady of the Press." Aa Nora Larkin, an advertising woman, sho showed how easy It was to land a Senator's son for her daughter. Tho comedy was full of laughs. Harry Breen camo out quickly and nn- i cci n vf"r v. GRANHY MCffa JADfftcOOSC vr nrric air orttcaucAf cnWAttr acorr SOME IMPRESSIONS OF CHAUNCEY OLCOTT, AT THE WALNUT CHILDREN'S CORNER Cleaning Day H a cold, dark, wintry day somo treat white clouds floated across the 7 sky. nd the clouds were some dainty white BltsT jBbe.''people on earth looked up and saw Clouds and 'said, "Oh, dear, I guess jolng to be a tad day!" You see. l( didn't know about tho fairies up ire' on the clouds or thoy wouldn't re minded them so much. But not awlns a"bout the fairies, they were ry to see the clouds plla up. ow, It Just happened that tho fairies on the clouds looked down at the f may yaa no longer dirty and ,,!lww, w I tb dirt and. the srl SawL'o muu ilav gray. mo winter. a they looked down qust aa the peo W looked up) and they said, "Dear ifeJISJr tnUSSV anil AVrtir , nM ivnrM a .took! Tfci. .,,.1.. i. .. v.j . -... uu.vtjr is a VQtjr uau h They talked about tho dirt and what a bad day It was for tho old earth so much thnt the fairy queen finally heard them. "What's this you are talking about?" she asked. i "We're talking about the dirty old earth," replied tho fairies, "and we wish wo could do something for It." "Well, maybo you can," said the fairy queen, cheerfully. "Why don't you go down, and clean It up?" "Wo?" naked tho fairies; "we clean up tho earth?" "Certainly," replied tho queen; "why not?" "But tho earth Is such a big Job!" ex claimed the fairies. "Big Jobs aro the same as little Jobs," said tho queen, "only thoy take moro bravery and ' more stlck-at-lve-ness! Never stop because a Job sounds big!" Tho fairies blinked. Tho queen talked as If cleaning up tho earth was nn every day Job thoy could hardly bellevo their ears! But if tho queen thought they could clean up the earth, why, maybo they could at least they might try! They didn't llko to disappoint her. So they set to work. They called to gether all tho fairies they could find and told them about cleaning up day. Then th'oy got busy at tho real work. Down from the clouds they floated on thrir mission of cleanness. Millions and millions of fairies all dressed ln snow whlto clothes and floating gracefully on the breeze. You can qulto Imagine how pretty they looked. They covered the house tops, they cov ered tho alleys. They hid the trash piles and the heaps of dirty ashes. They laid a blanket of whiteness over the dingy garden and they propped soft whiteness around the naked trees. Oh, they were busy those fairies! And when the day was over the world was n longer dirty and gray; It was fresh and white and gleaming. The stupid earth peoplo said to each other, "Dear me, but this has been a stormy dayl" You- see they didn't under stand about cleaning day and how the fairies had worked I CopvrioM, titi Clara, Ingram JuHioh, nouiiccil that ho was crnzy. But an his songs made tho people laugh they let It go nt that. Tho Meynko Sisters, two wonderful girl ncrobntB, singers and dunccrs, mado a deserved hit, Angclo Patrlcolo showed that he was well acquainted with tho old mnsters nt tho piano. Corclll and Gllletto did somo acrobatics and talked. It would bo better If thov confined themselves to tho gymnastic work alone. Paul Sunberg and Mile. Ileneo were many miles In buck of tho show, which, taken ns n whole, was all that ono could wish for. Hnveman's animals performod exceptional fonts. News Notes "His Hoyal Happiness." by Annlo Rus sell in Sprlncfleld. Maim., lino nmvn.i it. self all thnt the plot mndo one fear. The Union says of It: "And even tho acting of Annlo Russell falls to redeem the four acts and live scenes from tho wllderrvbss of words nnd from dreariness." When "Sinners" changes the at mosphere of Sing Sing for tho pure ozone of the Gay White Way, tho cast of Owen Davis' newcat version of "The Villain Still Pursued Her" will contain Robert Edeson. a cast Including Allco Brady, Emma Dunn, Florence Nash. Ger trude Dallas, Frances McLeod, Robert Edcson, Charles Rlchmnn, John Crom well, Walter Walker nnd James Seeley. How amusingly tho managers explain their mishaps Mr. Frohman has brought tho tour of thnt silly business, "The Prodlgnl Husband," to nn end, "In order" that Mr. Drow and Alexander Carlisle may appear In a revival of "Rosemary " Mr. Drew will play "Rosemary" at tho Emplro ln New York for two weeks, be ginning January 13, and then take it to the const and the Exposition. Sixteen years ago It was first acted nt tho same thcatrr, with Maude Adams In tho part Miss Carlisle is to take. Shakespeare having collapsed under the strain of Introducing Phyllis Ncllson-Tcr-ry to America, the young English woman will go Into vaudeville And of all pos sible companies she has chosen the fourth act of "La Tosca" and Melburne MacDowell, who played Scarpla back in S3 I Vfcl TT-i T L. 1 ( THEATRICAL BAEDEKER photozTxplays The plcturlzatlon of Hall Calho's "Tho Christian," featuring Enrlo Williams and Edith Storoy, was shown for thc first tlmo In this city yesterday afternoon at tho Chestnut Strret Opera House. Tho work Is of the highest quality, and the light effects aro really wonderful. They begin wltih a benutiful sunset over tho ocean nnd closing with tho lslonary passing of angels nnd the shadow of a cross on the floor, caused b tho moon's rays shining upon tho figure of John Storm, with nrms outstrctohed. Tho set ting", with their period furniture and dec orations nlso call for special mention. Earle Williams Is the John Storm, a man who has determined to devote him self to humanity His onnctment of this rolo Is strong, especially In tho Bcenes showing the mob's demonstration against him and his teaching and again when he goes to Glory Quaylo's room nnd tells her ho Is "going to kill hor body to save her soul." It Is In this scene that Edit Story ns Olory Is at her best, dis playing considerable emotional ability. Others In tho cast who do good work are Charles Kent, Hnrry Northrup, James Lackaye, Vincent Stornroyd, Alberta Gal latin, Carlottn deFellce, Edward Kimball, Rose Tapley and James W Morrison. "Tho Chrlstinn" Is tho result of eight JiEWHI "Susl," Willi Joso Collins and Tom McXaughton and an excollent cust. A muslcul comedy of Viennese origin Store tuneful than clever, but well acted and pleasing- 8. in 11HOAD-"Jerry." with MIm nillle Burke. A comedy by Catherine Clilaholm Cuehlng Miss Burke captures a husband In 8 con tunics Amusing 8:13 KBITII'S 'Tho Ixwcsome LrmIcs," Nelllo V. Klchol and a diversified bill of tho usual quality 2 00, 8 00 OARIUCK "Potash and Perlmutter," Mon taguo aiaen' popular stories of the nothing trade mado over Into the season's mutt heartily amusing comedy 8.13 LITTLE TlIi:ATItn-"Tlie Critic," Sheridan's satire on things theatrical In his day and ours A very amusing performance of this trnnetiy within a comedy 30 T.vtMr?"The Peasant Qlrl. with Knuritt Trcntlnl and Clifton Crawford. A Conli-, r.entai opereuu rovvruun. ,,m wymm ui u "milk-fed tenor" and "chicken hawk," br Miss Trentlnl. The muslo la excellent and Mr. Crawford most amuslnij ..... .... 8.1.-. WAl,NU,P"Tho Heart of Paddy Whack " with Chauncey Olcott. An Irish play of sen timent and song 8.00 cases tho inspectors found tKot the guardians club tho children together nnd tnko In two of thorn for fl cents or three for 8 cents. Tho guardian usually col lects the money, passes Uio chltdien Into the theatre and then leaves by n sldo door to search for fresh victims. A VERSATILE BABY. A baby, 2i years, who earns 3 a day. Probably one of the modt beautiful nnd Intelligent children In the moving plcturo profession Is Dorothy De Wolff, who Is a valuable acquisition to the Lubln Studio. Tho child Is unusually handsome and gifted with a talent for acting that Is surprising. Her parents are both theatricnl people, having been In the profession for many years. Dorothy was torn In Pittsburgh, May 31, 1911, and has been In the Lubln Stock for about three months. Two of Dorothy's great successes were "A Husband's Awakening" and 'A StranBo .Melody," In each of which photoplajs espcclnl mention wns made by tho critics of tho child's wonderful nctlng. SCORES CHARITY WORKERS Dr. Leo K. Frnnkel Says a Majority Are Not Fitted for "Work. A shnrp nttnek on those who make It their business to dispense charity was made by Dr. Leo K. Frankel, former mannger of tho United Hebrew Charities of New York nnd now a vice president of tre Metropolitan Llfo Insurnnce Com pany. Doctor Frankel, who was once n resident of this city, was tnlklng to tho women of tho Kcnescth Israel Sister hood a't their monthly meeting In tho Alumni Building, Broad street and Co lumbia avenue, yesterday. "Chailty workers, for tho moit part, aro no more lit to ndmlnlstcr to tho needs of unfortunate families than you would be to ndmlnlstcr to your children If they had typhoid fever. I have Been girls of IS, with no thought from one dny to the next, enter tho homes of women who aro struggling with their last breath and at tempt to toll them how to relieve tho pangs of misfortune." VALUABLE CATS STOLEN DOROTHY DE WOLFF The two-and-a-half-year old star ofLubin photoplays. months of careful preparation, and tho eight acts, taken on the Islo of Man, where tho early part of the story is developed, uro well presented. Credit Is duo Eugene Mullln f6r tho perfected scenario and Frederick Thompson for the stage direction and the handling of the mob scenes. A JUSTIFIABLE CRUSADE. At least 250 motion plcturo houses In Now York city may bo put out of busi ness If tho crusade which Commissioner of Licenses CBell threatens Is carried out, Children under tho ago of 18 years are being admitted to tSheoe places, Commis sioner Bell has learned, without regard to a section of tho penal law which makes this a misdemeanor. Consequently the Commissioner has adopted drastic measures to put an end to the violations. In many Instances, theatres havo In their employ official guardians whose business it Is to meet children on the street, escort them Into the amusement places, leave them there and go forth In search of moro children, It is not necessary for the children to have the nickel for admission into most cue and 7th street, free. . ... . of tho cheaper houses. Three cents and R BfS?o.rBkT.7reT,"rV.. "" " " I sometimes only i aro enough. In many One Germantown Police Recover Missing' Animal. Police of the Germantown station were kept busy today recovering cnts stolen In that section. Several of tho animals still aro missing. Mrs. I.. P. Pratt, E03 Westvlew street, Germantown, complained to the police to day that her Persian cat Chin Chin had been stolen, Two special policemen wcro assigned to the case and they nrrested Joseph Dates, 171 East Sharpnack street, In whoso home the cat was found Ac cording to the police, the man abducted the cat while removing garbage from the Pratt residence. Mrs, ,Edward Cope, E3I0 Wayno avenue, also reported the theft of a valuable cat. Many residents have complained to the police the last week about the disap pearance of pet cats. It is not hard lo dlsengago from the wealth of goodncts brought by the Boston JJV'llll.l.M..,. ln. hI.LI 1 . . .. , --....,...,,.., ,i,ow iiiKiii moss particular ( blessings which made tho evening glor ious, They were tho nretimlm. ita lo,ir I and Its soloist. Beside these three the pinymg or a new symphony wns almost nn Inconsldered trifle. a Not thnt the fourth symphony of Guy Roparts! Is light ns air. There are mo ments In It when ono wishes It were; wishes that It possessed tho tonic vigor of air Instead of provoking murk In whlrh It Is produced. (Were the com poser a Debusay-lto Instead of n Frnnck Inn, ono should call the latter ntmos phere diatonic.) The Instant enthusiasm In which the symphony produced was al most negligible: In tho course of Its un Intel rupted 30 minutes tho program notes wcro almost as keenly followed by a goodly port of the audience as wns the music. Yet there Is In this Ropartz composi tion a certain degree of beauty; thore nru appealing themes, generally unachieved or frustrated; there Is nn interesting, but not torrlfjing. complexity of orchestra tion. The Inevitable ascending question of tho pseudo-Frnncklnns Is heard, but (un like French's fnmous question in his symphony) the query Is moro Importunate than dignified, moro a complaint than n meditation. It Is asked In the woodwind, to which tho tragic composers aro par tial, but before It assumes any authority, It Is elnbornted almost out of oxlstcnco In orchestration. Deep feeling and high thinking seem equally nbsent In tho symphony sheer tonal beauty there Is, but It Is subordi nated to tho unsatisfactory emotion nnd tho flaccid Intellect which tho symphony must express. And tho fnct thot It was Bupcrbly played, the string nnd wind choirs being both at their best In It. makes ono wonder whether even Its ob vious beauties do not owe jthelr Inspiration moro to Boston than to Nancy. Doctor Muck could not havo expected that after tho "Flnlondla," as he led It, and tho orchpstra played, one could listen with patience nnd responsiveness to Ro part. To Franck, yes eternally. To tho Francklnns, no. Bccnuso Doctor Muck's "Flnlnndla" had a wealth of human riches, hud his own understanding, his thought nnd his Inspiration. Conducting, as he docs always, with seeming indif ference, ho evoked the music's own pas sion. His hnnd was not raised against, but with tho music. Let It, be said with somo finality that there Is moro than ono greatness, more than one perfection In conducting music, and that Doctor Muck has como closer to one of these perfections than any other conductor whose mensuro wo may now take. If that perfection Is said to be cold. It will be remembered that such warmth ns ho brings from his orchestra Is not often felt, ir It be called unimagi native It will be remembered that such ImaglnlngB as he stirs are thc guerdon of hut two or threo other conductors It our time. Thoso things It has been called. But If you call it Inhuman, you err. It Is meroly suporhumnn, nt times, and splendidly humnn for thc most. But to bo truly humnn Is a pleasure reserved, nho for tho few. Among them Is Mr. Krelsfer, who played last night for the second time this season In Philadelphia. His Is tho nrt which leaves nothing to bo snld, yet It seems to demand thnt everything bo snld again. As tho conducting of Doctor Muck, It Is the negation of everything wenk, of everything febrile and excessive of everything romantic, In fnct. Yet neither Is clnsslcal: the Just term is humanistic. Because In them there Is nil passion, with a splendid dignity nnd discipline. Nothing Is barred out; tho world Is accepted and ordered nnd made beautiful. Mr. Krelslor played Inst night a con certo of Mendelssohn. Its nllegro Is of an extraordinary virtuosity; the Impec cable technique of thot artist took the cadenzas with n noblo facility. But Its second movement, tender and sentimental and moving, was played with such ut noss of feeling as' tf be heartbreaking. "There la a high breathlcssness about beauty which cancels lust and supers!! tlon," a poot and philosopher of our time has said. That beauty Is Mr. Kreisler'a, Iho Philadelphia Orchestra Yesterday afternoon In a concert at Carneglo Halt, New York, the Phlladel phla Orchestra played for tho benefit Of! the Edward MaeDowelt Memorial Asso ciation. Tho program repeated the VI valdl concerto heard here last week, the Fourth Symphony of Tschalkowsky.hcard hero In October, and Included the dirge from MacDowell's Indian Suite and the "Emperor" concerto, played by Mm. Olga Samaroff, It was perhaps not extraordinary that under thc strange conditions of the New York trial tho orchestra should have sur passed Itself. Certainly the strings played with a more robust, surer tone In their ' concerto than they could employ here last week. The woodwind In tho MacDowell "Dirge" nnd the entire orchestra In the magnificent outbursts of the opening movement of tho symphony wcro In ' t&hnlqua and in spirit beyond uny thlng heard here from them. Their ad venture should return them with exalted courage to their dally task of providing for Philadelphia. Tho concerto was unquestionably the triumph of the afternoon. To note the nc,cord between soloist, orchestra and director Is to noto something whlcH should In all cases be assumed, but which In Its highest state Is rare and Inspiring. Mmo. Samarort played the "Emperor" a Carrcno must have playod It years ago, with precision flrst, then with vigor, final ly with power nnd control, so that Its great numbers were greatly expressed. Hero the concerto will be played by Mr. Hofmann. It Is a concerto which Is best left to men to play. But yesterday WIme. ' Samaroff added her name to the exclu sive list of exceptions. rilOTOrLAYB Chestnut St. Opera House Home of World's Greatest Photoplays Afta.,1 to 6, 10c, ISc. Evgs.,7 to 11, 10c; 1&3. 5J Another Smashing Success THE CHRISTIAN lias Duplicated the Great Triumph Scored at This Theatre by , "THE SPOILERS" Hundrcda Turned Away Yesterday Thanhouscr's Greatest Photoplay ZUDORA Ask the manager of your nearest photo play theatre to secure this wonderful us cess. It Is the blgcest, most elaborate and unique production ever ottered. 1'KTKlt I'. GLENN, KeprnentatlvA 00J Filbert Street Thone Walnut C0TT. The Germantown Theatre Germantown Ave. and Brhoot Lane. Today Mat. 1:30; Evp;. 7 SPOILERS Hy MIX I1EACH Direct from the Chestnut St. Opera Home. TULPEHOCKEN S'WSSAftt. HHATItE KnATUBBS HAILY odav the juimik'h tvira:. othisiis. Hear organ with wondrrfol human tnlco BELVIDERE ,.7'". Z Toi THE HII.I.IONAIItE. 3 parts. THE IIKII Or THE PAST THE MKTIIOIIS OE MAHUAIIKT MIDVALE THEATRE, East Falla HOME, KiraiST llllllli. UTUISItn CAYl'OA. Germantown Ave. and Ctoruaa Bt, CHOKVN U1IU.'H THANKSanlNO WHEN THE HltlDES GET .MIXED TODAY'S PHOTOPLAY CALENDAR MRS. BLACK IS BACK CABIRIA ACTS "BILLY" FOR POLICE 'THE CHRISTIAN WHAT'S DOING TONIGHT I mtt I "Billy" Sunday sermon, tabernacle, 10th and Vine streets T:W o'clock. Free. Chiropody Society. Hotel Adelphls: 8 o'clock. Home and School League. Shlppeii School, 18th and Cherry streets; H, o'clock. Free Lancaster Avenue Business Men, 3030 Lan caster avenue. Free Academy of Natural Sciences, 1000 rtace street. , , . -. r--.i,un -,- ConocasinK uuu , ....... ,- Lieutenant Then Urges Bluecoats to Visit Tabernacle. Lieutenant Andrew T. Hamilton, of tho Belgrade and Clearfield streets station, told his policemen, after roll call this mornlne, that "Billy" Sunday was the greatest man that over camo to Phlla delohla. Then ho gave what every one ngrecd was a faithful Impersonation of Sunday and got the men so Interested that six of them asked how they could get seats In the tabernacle. When It was all over Magistrate Campbell, who was waiting to hear cases, gave Hamilton two hearty slaps on tho back and said: "Good boy; very good, very good " Contemporary Club to DIbcubs Peace Prominent speakers will address the Contemporary Club at u meeting to ba held next Monday night at the Belleyue Stratford, The subject for discussion Is "What Can America Do to Bring About PeacoT" James M. Beck, ex-Attorney General of the United States, and ur. Stanton Colt, lecturer and author, of London, will be tho speakers, ARISTOCRACY I.EAI1EH 4lst and Lancs.tfr ATenue IMroSRIAlV A , Both Street lielowr Walnut I WINKNOIt . .... Kensington and Fntnlifonl Avenues THE GHOST BREAKER CHESTNUT STUEET OI'EIIA HOUSE AI.II.pinltA ' ysth and Morris Streets THEKEY TO YESTERDAY OVEItUKOUK 63d and HaverfoTd Arenue THE LAST EGYPTIAN MASTER KEY NO. 6 LOCUST AM and Locust Streets A.MUEU Amber and Franaford Avenue. 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