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GUAIN AND FLOUR
! SJS 0; rejected li. 1I...1SI.'
ll'iY.! "rJ.lVl. R.1M bushels.
oalrt but steady under llahl orrrlns. iuo.
Mikmf "r lot" for cM trade iw lofatlon
UIJyF .i.m Na 2 sella-. St. 20M.2li nM
. rJrn t'nr.rlow. tl.lStM tiol.l western
iij rrlOW.il losri.in. uiu nrsiern .o.
' "sWit nMipt, t.. uiht.. aterii
Receipts. ni,WM. nusneis. curerlnse
j.rle ml the rrarkei ruled steady with
lie demand Quotations: No. 'J while, natt
Sittt stsndsrd white. IV3H D(Mci
6 fttfiue. No. white. outffllci
,IJjSJl'n--nffIPl. !02 tb1 and t.SftO.tlS IM
'Z firmly nominal. Ve quote Mr lBOItis. In wood
I !iWir.er" fleer. .W."i ''V, atraUht. JR Butt
Pa! do pstent, I". 5tlf. . Kansas, clesr. rot-
ifc .;?. IB.BSC0.t(t!do, straight, rolton sarks
K ii TdOV.Isi do. patent, niimi "em. w
I ill Vprlrar, first rlear. IS.D. If., do. patent.
He- iiloDiOt do. .favnrlto brands. Itussttm t
MP li'l. .'lit. ml. rsrulne B-rslee-l'lni....
!!?.' JJJ ni d". straight. IS Boes.11,1, do.
r Jb' t?t iinu was In small sucnly And slesrW
e quota . vuvo.ou Per uui , as
The market ruled firm with n fair Job
,Ip Irniulrr Kollowlnir r th quota
tioni! City b'. I" t. "molted and ulr-drlM.
Iifi irtatern beef. In iet. amoked. 3o: city bf,
knockli ind tentlera, amoked and air dried, .t3ei
riiurn beef, knifklea a.nd tendera, imnk.d. 33ci
Cit bm jsiqaii; porit, famll. MO.nosisii
aim". 8. r. cured, loot. ltfOmUri do, aklnned.
Ie7 SOOSOfkni do. do, amoked. 2IO31H0:
ther hama, .amoked. clly cured. a to brand and
iverare. 10t4ci harm, tamnked, weatern cured,
:04edo. boiled, bonelcM, 31ei picnic aliouldera,
. P. eured. looae, HUf, do, amoked. lAWc,
Lnua In nlckle. arcordlnir to nveraae. Innrn..
? 174e breakfiet bacon, na to brand and ner-
m City Cure., ..G, uirnniani kmvvii, wr.i.rn
tared. Mc lrd. wetern, refined. tt , lH'c:
11 do, do, tub", lRHc, lard, pure city, loitin
rtndereil. In tc I8ftc. lard, pure ilt, keltln
tendered. In tuba, ISHc.
The market wa quiet and without Important
ehanie. Iteflnera Hat prices. Uxtm One xrnnu
Uled. T80J(lne. powdered. J.miW.70c. con-f-!lomr'
A. 7 IUV7.SUc: o(t sradea, 0.7 JW
DUTTEll waa In small supply nml li'J'ic
Vljher with Rood demand. Uuotutlona West
ern lolld-packed creamery, fancy apecl.ils. 4-tc.
lira, tM3c eitra Orala. 41c. firsts, nstfjllc.
aeconde, SJc rrnnvuted, extra ,1cc. do, first.
13c; do, seconds. 31c, nearby prints, fancy. ir,c,
anrat extra. 4.in4lc, firsts. I IV. seconds,
i IJlMfcf special fancy brands of prints jobblnx
CUtlH err srnrce nml prlivd advanced tlilc
er case Quotations. In free esses nenrhv ex
tra. 4to per do nenrby tlrsls, ll'J ml tier stnnd
ard caset nearby current receipts, St'j fin per
ettei western extra, 47c per dox : exlrn firsts.
JlJ.oO per case firsts. 112 00 per inse. rc
frlmrator eas. extra. 111.40 per case, firsts.
ilf.in tter case, secnnits. 1 in fill tM.r n. ,n.
I. lied exits iobblni nt ni'Ufinc per doz
ij!Jtr.-i. ruiii iinu iviiii iinnianti npsorulnc
the limited offerlncs. Quotations: New York.
full cream nncy sin osi'.t, specials litaher.
4a, do, fair to rood, '.'lif-'PiC, do. part skims.
LtVB Desirable slock wna In fair request
ol values were well maintained under moil-
trite oRrrlncs, Kollowlni: are tho qutitatliins
owls, as to quality, HI"? 18c. roosters. in
4c: sprinr chit kens, ntcordlni: In quality, liltr
xcj'Wlilto Iihorns. accordlmr to quality, 1SV
Tc: ducks as to quality. lUftlbo. turkejs. !-
024s; reese. lRffKc, pigeons old. per pair.
ftGSoc. do. )ounir. per titlr, ITitfac.
JjnK88KI)- Fowls sold falrlj nml ruled
Univ. Turkeva and thlrkens nf nnn .mnlli
. wire In fair request and firm. 0;inlMltrin
f' Freih-kllled poultry, dry-pstked turyeks, per lb.
t -rancy, large, spring. Jj2c; fancj, old. saiP
uc; rvmnion, w..ic cowis. i to nox. ilry
sicked, fancy selected, 21c, do, weighing I' lc"
IM. apiece, illc do, weighing 4 lbs. ntiir.ee,
S04CS do. nelKhlng 3'i lbs npleci-. IHW'.'Ui..
do. weighing 3 lbs apiece, lilftlic. Kowls. In
Its. and over apiece, L'uVic wrlchlne I lbs
apiece, ld'ic, smaller sizes, HIOIkc Uld
roosters, dry picked. 10c lloastlni: clilcltens
weittrn, weighing H lbs, and over pr pair, L'.lc,
it, do. weighing 1IM7 lbs per pair. 22r Ilroll
lug chickens, western, weighing :Kf I Ihs. per
tslr. SlOiSc Chickens, wetetilna SOr.'j It-s
Mr Tialr, 211021c, do, mixed sixes. 2l22c.
broilers. Jersey, fancy, ai0.l2c, do. othi.p. near
er, weighing 1H 2 lbs apiece. 2a(f3tli... do.
Mtrby. smaller sixes, 2HW2.C. Ducks, nearby.
pill's, aBVafv tiu, wrnirrii, ipviir. nquaDS.
per dox. Whlto. weighing 11 to 12 lbs. per doz..
J. u 0. wmte weighing ti to ID lbs per doz ,
ll'ilfn.Sn. white, weighing. K lbs. por tlnx.,
104 33. white, welehlnj 7 lbs. per doz. l:i..1
11,73; white, weighing flOll'4 lbs per doz.,
ii.nas.qo. dark. J2.B0tf2.tiO: amall and No. 2.
The general market ruled firm under moderate
sumngs.and a good demand, nnd prices of pears
tut grapes wen- higher. Quotations: Apples,
I US' W.-iJo"u!1Jan., H.SOtflil lllush 34
li .OrGlttl' Oofdeii. J4 !i03. Smokehouse. t.l.&OO I
r .Alexander, 12 3(Uf3.25. Wculthy. S34, York
. '.iuiiihi, liivu.oil, lien I'atis. ..2.1ltr2.7o,
I fir to good, 11 ,-iOC2 :0: apples. Ielawara and
laryland, tr hamper I'ancy. 7.'.cll: fair
to tood, 40fi)il0i-i quinces. New York, per bbl.
JO. I. 1JW4 No 2. 12M2 30. quinces. New
Tprk. per bush. 7,'.oWll 2.1. lemons. rr box.
J03; oranges, V'lorlda. per crati llrlght. 12.23
USJSOi Itusset 12W2.23. grapefruit. Florida, per
'. 12.r.a3 23. i-ranls-rrles, Cape Cod. per
bbl.i 13C(tl.nu. do. do. per crate. 1202 III. do.
Jersey, dark per crate, 12V 2.411. do. do. light,
fer crate, 11 il)W2. pears New York, per. hush -hamper
Meckel. 12 nil 03. .Sheldon. 11.111102,
Bsrtlett. No. I 11 SOOS 23. do. No 2. 73c (Ml.
wars. New York. Uarllett. per bbl.. !4tK.
fTSft'. New York, per 4-lb. basket Conruril,
l:01.V. Niagara, 1213c, Kraues New York.
r'r JO-lb basket (.'uncord. tlutfl3c, Nlagnru.
Mhlte potatoes woro In fair request and
fl'sdy. Hweeta nnd onions were lilxher under
IlXnt OnerfnCM nn,l n i-.,n,l iln.l.ntiil Dintlnllnn.
fc. iots; potatoes. inr bush. Pennsylvania choice.
ll.MOl 73 New York, t holre. 11. 331? I. HO:
waits potatoes, jersey, per PasKet. H.-WI1:
eet potatoes. Kosiern .Shore, per bbl No 1.
IZ.7303; No. 2. !1.3nW2; sweet potatoes, Delaware'-and
Maryland, per hamper. 11 M 1.23.
sweet potatoes. Jersey, per basket No 1, (I3W
JOci No. 2. 40W80c: onions, iwr lotMh. hat;
No. I 13 76tf4. No. 2. 122 30: tabbage.
UanUh. per ton. 145O60: do. domestic, twr
IRON AND STEEL MARKET
CONTINUES VKUV ACTIVE
Mills at Full Capacity Orders Booked
The Iron and steel market continues very
ictite and tho production large, with the
demand apparently Increasing, says It. O.
Dub. & Co'b weekly trade review.
"Mills and plants arc reported nt full
capacity, arlt1i orders booked abend well
Into the flist half of next jear." tho report
iwerts. Continuing'. It says In part:'
"Foreign business continues brisk nnd
domestlu trade Is also active. It.tllroatU
re, Urge buyers and shipyards arc well em
ployed. Dullders of locomotive and motive
power are reported booked ahead well Into
sthj first half of next year, rig Iron Is very
Wve and prices show an upward tendency.
Tn general situation continued to be one
JJitrength, prices are firm, with an upward
tlnileriCV nntS.l nml PAltanllnn. BhA,., unma
.nn ' bituminous coal line prices are
Jllil soaring and labor conditions have not
9WrUIly Improved, and tho car shortage
rantlnues to handicap the shippers, coal
cejnr sold nt n i...,i,.m ?.. .t. nM.. i-
, ii - ,' .. ..miii. tit ma aiiMiiavuc
.Jm. . " nra abot normal and In some
' i li R sllght tttlvan:e has ben made,
in the lumber line, prices remain about
jnt same, labor conditions have not lm
prowd. and In some quarters there la an
wJ5rgo " ""'PP'osT to Philadelphia. Hard
eS?. mal"a'n Arm price and business
WKMlons generally In this line, have been
1m;?" iea,he' market Is strong- and active.
' cJt?a wYe nsraln "dvanced considerably.
Vll&lea kill .Ionian. -Ann.. .. ...... . -
anil ih. j -v-.v,. ni"iu uii ai;tivo triiuu
Jnr,f!J dMn,"' urgent with only moderate
ahfEiy avaable. Hhoe dealers report a
iibulni '" " Kradea and dlltlculty In
.T a urt;niinaiKi
bei8sl?)t,on yarn ",ake Is still reported
hlirh i.u ' ' aK"v ana prices are still
mboW ti ".?. uPwa''l tendency. Dealers
'Port that Th.;T."M " "". KI' .." ""
rinYHi iar montha ahead, are delivering as
Uficultv i 'fs,Ie' but are experiencing
their 1..V.,.. """" ",e,r oruers, owing to
.Prompt!? tr to ob,a,n the merchandise
an7!,.J,,?0L markt has continued active
'nastf." d.urln thB la wee! ""
Sri m k U.ls 8,a,ed ln ,he ,rade tnat
: terntn. .. "" "" anu nne-meoium
; ttiais 1, J. th market which can )to bought
. "w eghty cents.
1 tonnmi?"0' ,n 8,wholesaIe grocery line
f trice. . ""...Vila ru saiisraciory. jsign
f UtaH m "rty a Haple goods are maln-
1 tttm.i- '"'""' report the usual volume
- ' biuineiui. with collections fair." '
Granulatisr Sm.n n.
KaSS.nK. Nov. niFliie granulftU4
iwm quoted 8 7 and r6ftc la&iy.
rtlBXT !tetelpl. 0.S9S bushels Th mr-
rrfd-timM lc lower western sauces Binort
ti.rTii flf. quotations. r lots. In rinort
MTfr"Lj li s.srrt sili steamer nX !!
i Vm .1 red. II. l 81. Mi releete,! A
tft ?fi 4 tin"
A PAIR OF RECITALS
BY THREE MUSICIANS
Mme. SnnmrofT Plnys Brnhms nt
tho Academy Klndler and
Zcckwcr in Joint Concert
Two recltnts of ctn more Interest than
ine name of the P.nnounctl nrtlsts ln
Jtaletl Mr) R,cn yesterttar. OIkh
RAinaroff, who itlnyrd M the Academy of
.! .. n ,he n"e"ioon. wi one nrtlst.
nml the other IWo were tlan Klmller.
one of the cellists of the riillntlelphla
Orcheslrn. and famllle Zctkwer. tho nlanlst
and comiMiser. who combined their Intents
under the nusplces 0f t,0 riillntlelphla
Music Cluh In the Itltx-Carlton tmlln.om
at nlKht. The nudlences at both affairs
were large, the ner(low at- the latter
runct on (for It was Ihnl eoclally) InuitJat
inff the ndjolnlntr tearoom.
Mme. Samartiffs inu'ltors. principally
women, tilled tho parquet of the Academy,
though there ere a few empty feats else
where In the house. It Is not extraordinary
that she should attract so many fcnilnlno
llileners. for no pianist of today has less
of nicro prettlness, or febrlllty, In her
art. and tho sexes usually seek their
esthetic opposlles In cultural enjoyment.
Her program wns arranged with sound
perception of planlsttc possibilities. It be
gan with the loely Hrahtns sonata In !'
minor, a piece full of hearth-glow and quiet
rapt'tre and tho peace which docs not p.iss
all uiidorstnndlng. simply because It Is
within the comprehension of most of us.
.Mine. Knmarort mH for a 0I1R time (or so
It seems) been possessed of the stalely
gesture, ntttl Hint was not lacking In her
playing of lite sonata. IIu she must have
surprised even her most rapt ndmlrers by
the manner In which sho Interpreted Hie
Intermezzo, with Its musing tones nnd
rcmlnlsccnco and air of 'old, unhappy far
off things." It nns a breath of pure poetry
The scopo of the player's art was Indicated
by tho way In which sho matlo her Instru
ment now soft us a celeuta, now deep
throated as nn organ. Occasionally she
rather spoiled her erfecls In the "grand
manner" with too much Insistence on mere
sound her most besetting fault. Othcr
wlso It was perfect Interpretation
Tho measure of her crfatlllty wan
tested, with tin nlllrmatlve answer, when she
turned from the gray beautleH of llrnhms
to the vUldcr beauties of Chopin. Any
pianist who can do that Is Important, and
Mme. Saiunroff can, and did, tin It. In the
famous nocturne, the little downward runs
slipped from her fingers IlUe pearls from u
tin end. The silvery tinkle of tho (i flat
major etude fascinated everyone so that It
had to be repeated The three preludes,
alternately sombre, and dazzling, were ex
ecuted wlUi tho finest sort nt restrained
emotion. All De were, as ltossettl said
of the sonnet, "u moment's monument."
ni.il something more l)e I'aehniann him
self could not harci bettered them as they
.Mme. Samaroff'H other numbers wcro the
Intricate prelude, chorale nnd fuguo nf
Cesar l-'ranck, accomplished with great
technical dexterity , nn elegy dedicated to
heraelf by Osslp llnbrltowltsch, also a
pianist, and a merry arabesque on themes
front "The Illuo Danubo" wnltz, by tho
evergreen Jnhnnn Satrauss.
The conceit at the Itlta by the two gentle
men was a plensant but not too heavy con
junction of pieces. It began with a Hoc
rhcrlnl Miuata for cello and piano and ended
with a Itubinsieln sonata of the s.uno sort
Intervening numbers wero four of Mr.
Zeckwer'n own plecs as piano soil and
four cello suH liy Chopin, llodowsky and
Mr. Zeckwer. played by Mr. Klmller. The
merltn of both nrtlstn arc by this time well
enough established to need littlo comment
Hut It may bo said that Mr. Klmller never
appeared to better atlvantnge. Ho has
youth, passionate devotion to his calling,
and good schooling. There is no reason
why he should not bo a master before long,
If ho keeps his head. I). D.
nitOAD "The Harp of Life." with t.aurelt
Tsylor. A new drama by her husband.
J. Hartley Manners, author of 'Teir u' My
Heart." In whlrli actress nnd nuthur ahow
phcnotnenul proirreas In tbelr arts.
OARniCK "I'otash and I'rrlmiilter In h'o
clety." with Harney liernard, ilonlaisue
mass's and Kol Cooper Megrue's sequel to
"Potash and I'erlmutter " AmuslnK. but
moru melodramatto than Its iirrdctiuur.
I.TItIC "The Pssalnc Show of IBIH." with
i.il wynn. llclle Astilyn, Wllllatn riilllbrlcK.
Kccil Walton nnd h litrttc conuiany. A musical
truzjqullt with nonsense. Never borlns.
1XIRRKST "Zletfeld Collie." with Ina Clair.
Ifanny llrlce. Anna I'ennlneton. IVrt Wil
liams, llernartl Oranvllle. Will Itnirers and
a bltf company Tcntli anniversary produc
tion of the fungous froth and frivol institu
tion. Beautiful to tnv eye.
ADKLPHI "Kiuerlente." with Krnest ain
dlnnlnir. A "modern morality play" with
moro bumunness than sraced "Kwrywoman."
There's a large cast. ulendlnnlmr acts
WA1.NUT "Keeti Motlnic." with Pox and Stew
art. Musical comedy by Anron Hoffman and
Harry von Tllzer. Tho principal cornelians
enact the rolea of wealthy Hebrews.
KNlOKKnilOCKKft "lirlncinc Up Father In
Politics," Clus Hill's production of the fur
ther ndventures of Jlcss, tho cartoon charac
ter. In a musical comedy form.
STANLEY "Tho Venrs of the Thrust."
f.asky, with 1'annto Ward. .Tack Dean and
Walter l.nn?. Also "llehlnd the .Screen."
with Charles Chaplin. Holmes travelogue and
others, first half of week "The Plow llrl,"
with Mao Murray, 'Ihnodoru Roberta and
i:illott Deter. Latter half of itnk.
AHCAHIA "The 1'rlnre or Grml.tiirk." !:!
nsy. with liryant Washburn and MarKuvrlte
Clayton., and Charles Chaplin In "llehlnd the
Hcreen." all week. Others
I'AI.ACn "Less Than the Dust." Artrraft,
with Mary Plckford, David Powell and Mary
Alden, all week. Others
VICTORIA A Corner In Colleens." Kay-ttce-Trlansl.
with liessla llarrlscale. Chaplin
in "llehlnd the Brreen." tlrst half of week
"Kstrsriisance." Jletrn, with OUjn Pclrova
latter hr.lf of wwk, "The Female Drummer"
Thursday and I'rlday. "llehlnd the Screen"
nKaENT "The Man Sb Married.", World
llrady, with (Jail Kane. Arthur Ashley and
Muriel Ostrlcha. drat half of weeU. "Hiraa.
sunce." Metro, with Olja Petrova, latter half
of week. Others.
KEITH'S "America Klrat," patrlotlo apectaclt,
with llruca Weyman. American baritone;
(leorce Kslly. In "Finders Keepers", "Chap-
By" Avellme and Al Llod; Cracs llsh and
u Jonea. In "Love Oamblers", Louis Hart,
Hlrsrhel Hendler, Lovenbcrz Sisters and Neary
llrothera, Kelly and Oalvln, Louis Btono and
al.onK "Mother (loose." .with J. C. Mack.
Charles and Hadls McDonalds Abbott and
Whits. Evans and (lordon, the Ilorsonl Troupe,
h'l Cotat Cankrls and Clco. and others,
aitAKD "The Otn With the Thousand Ees"i
"The Ilreeis That Illew"! Hylvcatsr and Vanes,
Holier Urothera. Mlas Elva and ."anowuall":
Chinese cirrus, and others.
CROSS KEYS "A nay at Ocean Reach";
Harry llreen; Dorothy Richmond and com
pany: Daniels and Walters! Ileddlnston and
Urant, and llealrlca Lamben. first half of
week, "The Jiew I.sader"s the Four Vir
ginian Bellas! tha He stuns Trio; lbs Melody
Four, and Uroalua and Drown. Utter half of
WILLIAM rEN.V-"Hamlet Upalds Donn":
trati-h.ni and Cbeateoi! tha Cvctlnir llr.
Nuttsi Um, Plant and Tlmnions. and "i'lfty
Flfty." photoplay, first half of week. The
Crl KunB TroUDOt Uarry llcl'Torinaflf hi.,1
company: William and Mary Rogers, Valyda
and the llraillUn Nuts, and "A Ulster of SU."
photoplay, latter bait of week.
ACADEMY Of MUSIC "Canada From Coast
to Coast." Burton Holraes'a twenty-fourth sea.
sonal travelogus. rrlday evening and Satur
day afternoon. NovenrWr IT am Is.
CASINO Harry llaslltus's "Big Show." with
Dan CoUniau and many others. Musical
rovuu and vaudeville specialties blended lata
ia svtolns cntirtalomcat.
DUMONT8 "White Teeth and Baker Beans,"
retained from last week: "Stetson's Hat Fac
tory." and other travesties and burlctta by
tba resident stock company.
Joseph Urenner, widely known as tho
Inventor of a, stocking knitting machine
that Is In universal use, died yesterday
at his homo, SOOS North Blxth street,
used seventy-elgh years. He waa bom In
Germany, but came to this country lu
boyhood and became an ex part machin
ist, finally inventing the knitting machine,
the 'sale of which enabled htm to retire
from ootlvs bulruu une yr ago. t
(.au.4lva by bl widow, fiwr children
m4 tw tmmW.sWff Ywtfi tnfto I
lSVENLNGr LBDGBR-lHIIiABJDLPHIil, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER IT,
WHEN IN DOUBT CHOOSE
"FAUST" PROVED AGAIN
Knmilinr Opern, Well Presented,
Draws Boston National Com
pany's Best Audience
"Faust" has been Riven rarely nt Oscar
tlammersteln'n erstwhile temple of musle
at Ilroml and Poplar streets A couple of
times with Iji Mnry (lardsn ns a very
sophisticated and erratically coloratura
Marguerite and possibly another perform
ance or two represents the roster of
Gounod's work, which has had more than
SO00 presentations In Paris. Yet on the
testimony of last nlnht's nudlenco chairs
that have been vacant when "novelties"
havo been on the hill are pretty sure to rind
occupants when tho old fnmlllar standbys
Of the repertoire aro ofTeretl. At, Inst Phila
delphia opcra-iroers evidenced somo ap
preciation of the splendid season of the
ltoston National opera Company, an appre
ciation withheld 'rom Max Hablnoft's enter
prise In rrlvliiK Mnscnftnl'i "Iris" and
Giordano's "Andres chcnler."
Tho cynical expression of an old im
presario, "when In doubt choose 'Kaust,' "
had admirable verification, tjxst night the
Metropolitan was well nitctl nnd the audi
ence was warm ns well as numerous.
The "Kaust" It saw was by way of belnR
a noelty nt that, since (lounod bns been
banished from the New York Metropolllan
repertoire. Oldsters In the nudlence saw
thn convention of old. but they saw and
heard, too. a representation that was bet
ter balanced and more smoothly rutinlnR
than many of those that belonged to the
Abbey, Crau and fotirlrd days
Kvcry Incumbent of a rolo was new to
Philadelphia lu the part. There wan Maggie
Teto for a lissome, slight anil natural
.Marguerite, who. though she obliterated no
memories of .M cilia, say. nono the less Itnd
her merlt.1 of bearing nnd voice. There
wns Itlccardo Martin for a somewhat ro
bust Pnust. and thoip wero Jose Mnrdonos
for a stalwart nod uniquely conceived
Mephlstopheles. and Thomas Chalmers for
a lusty-voiced and militant Valentine.
Mlsi Teyte has a pretty skill ns a colora
turlst ami she revealrd some luscious tones'
and lovely phtasltig In tho "Air ties IIIJoux "
Her part lu tho superb trio In the final net
met the standards In which Martin and
Mr, lint tin gave a thoroughly routined
performance or the sage turned through
Mepblstophcllan wiles to romantic youth. A
bit conventional It was, nnd seldom Illu
sive, but It passed very well. Ills voice wns
markrd by certain breaks, but In the "Salut
Demeuro" he voiced tho aria as a perfectly
polished concert piece.
Tho Meplilsto of Mr M.irtloiics was nat
ural anil sinister It ian u rutin nnd somo
what coarscnetl Pevll, not the Chesterfield
Ian Ilend of operatic convention. No more
was It conventional in makeup. Mr. ,lar
dones' "adversary," tempting st uls to bar
ter.' was not tho Kellar the magician type
familiar tti the generations. The general
facial effect was caprine. It wns ruddy In
stead of swart. Histrionically. It domi
nated the performance ns Meplilsto domi
nates Faust's life.
Thomas Chalmers wns vocally efllclent
ni Vnlentlno nntl Oorolhy Follls won much
applause for Slebel's (lower song. A new
conductor. Fulgcnilo (iucrrlerl, read the
score with a good deal of romantic fervor
and occaslonnl touches of passion
W. ft. M.
BODY OF .llUKIlEHEl) (Mill,
TO HE VIEWED BY .SPECIALIST
Tnkcn From Grave in Effort to I.cnrn
Nnture of Injury
PONTIAC. III. Nov. 17. The grave of
Christine Dlcmer will bo opened today or
tomorrow In nn effort ti solve the mystery
of her death.
.lacob niemcr, the patriarchal father of
the dentl unmiin, has given his permission,
nnd today a chlcagrt specialist 'fij hurrying
to I'fintiuc in examine ine oony nuti deter
mine, it no um. wiictner sho was tho vic
tim of a murder or whether tho broken
neck nnd fractured skull were received by
striking her head against a tree or the
nupport or a bridge as she plunged Into
th Vermillion Illver to end her life.
While Dleinor. his wire and daughter
Magdnlciia, who aro held under bond nf
$10,000 each on chnrgoi of manslaughter,
sllll cling to the suicide Incur), officials,
arc investigating the movements of two
persons In pursuit of the murtlei theory
One of the suspectH Is a depraved )outh
who fleeing from tho Poutlai' It fnrmatory,
Is known to havo been In the vlelnlt) when
Miss Dlcmer met her death. The other Is
nn eccontrlc relative of the Dlcmer fam
ily, who only u few weeks ago had an nr.
KUinent with Christine Dlcmer over money
matters nnd left In a towering r.ige.
CltOSItY M. ULACK
Former Mtiyor of Chester nml Ex
Mombcr of Legislature
Crosby M. Hlnck. Ma) or of Chester from
1890 lt 1890, member nf tho Pennsylvania
Legislature for ono session, being elected
In hervn out the unexpired term of Ward
It Illlss In February, I90C, u;id for n
number of )eara prominent In Chcster'H
business, political and social circles, died
Middcnly of heart disease nt his homo
Mr. Ulack was about fifty years of age.
nnd ho was a illtect descendant of John
Morton, signer of the Declaration of Inde
pendence, his mother being a .Morton Ho
was the youngest .Mayor uho ever filled
Chester's chief executive chair, and was
oleetcd by the biggest majority ever given
In 1807 Mr. Ulack embarked in the news
paper business und for about twelve years
was proprietor of the Chester Morning lie.
publican, now owned by State Senator Wil
liam C. Sprout. Mr. Ulack was Identified
with the Masonlo fraternity of this city and
was n charter member and the first exalted
ruler of the Chester Lodge of l.'lkn.
SCHOOLS AND COLLEQES
t- AT THE
1SU CHESTNUT 8THK13T
(Over IlUtef 4 lleiemsn's rtisrmaer)
By Ine Berllls ifii&J jfuo'mts leant set eslv fa
read astf trlle, but pclalli fa untferifaaii
osd fa tatak Cie orefpn toneuagt.
TRIAL LESSON FREE
Terms res bo berun at any time.
Wanamaker Institute "UA CT
Coat of Tuition ftjay Courses) for term of 3
wks. -llookeep'B ISS. (Stenography 135. IJook
keep'K t HitnofTaphy, Itii. Ureasmaktns 110.
illlfinsry.MO. My b paid In Installments.
Cost of NUht Coursss 15 to 110 per term of
29 wks. Lanzuases, Music, Uuslnesa. ludusirlsl.
Cookery & other courses, l'h. or writs for Cat. II.
The Ileat Business School.
Nth knrf Phiitnut Hlr..l.
Positions guaranteed, tlnter now Day or nlgbL
Another class now form
lax. Com9 In at onoe.
rSLLOW AUBBWAH GUILD OF OROJllttlTt
Recital oot of the floe. t vet give la tbe
Audlterlum."- Spx-4nliJ Itepubllcan.
Inttruetion m O-gan, Piano, Thiory
Ester Halb KeshteMe. 13J K. K.dSeU St.
JAMES C, WARHURST
VnLrs t,,-j .Arl.. ....
TWO FILM BEAUTIES
IN NEW PHOTOPLAYS
Equisite Mae Murray al the
Stanley Mme. Petrova at
Regent and Victorln
Hy (he Photoplay Editor
STANI.nt "The Tloir flirt." tjtsky-TVira.
mount, with Mas Murray. Klllolt Desler sml
tt Is nltvnys easy to lyrielie over Ml
Murray, be her play (rood nr bad. In this
case the story Is fnlrly stlmulnllnir nnd
has enough louche nf comedy to put It
across, tilth patrons who like mixed styles.
The stnr li n beautiful ounsr nclress,
though the latter term Is n bit too lauda
tory. Whatever dcflclcnc es she mny bale
hlsirlonlenlty aro quite concealed by bet
chnrm of Individuality and exquisite fate.
In "The I'low Ulrl" she plays a drtltlKC In
llrltlsh South Africa, and the point of the
picture is made apparent when nn attempt
to palm her off ns a tn'sslng heiress Is ex
posed Not very "punchy," to bo sure, but
sllll nn nRrccable concoction, acted very
well by tho company, and particularly so
by tho Messrs. Dexter and Huberts. The
former nppears ns nn Kncilshman, Iho ob
ject of tho plow girl's affections: the latter
(tiles a clever study In make-up anil manner
of a boorish old Hoer. who sells Marpot.
the heroine, to Stoddard (Mr. Heter. of
more Importance than cither ttarratlio or
aetliiR m (tie Rhtlnff What marvels tho
l.asky people make of Just a room Willi
shadow and candles In It' How the effect
of sinister mystery Is si'Mnlued through
strange and striking Illumination' They arc.
Indeed, tho ones to do "Oliver Trust."
Imaclne the scene by the bridge, the rhntu
bers of Kagln and the death of Hill t rallied
In the fashion of soitin of tho episodes In
"Tho Plow Ulrl!" U 1 something to look
forward In with delight If Miss Murray
would only play Nancy ! S'le could accom
plish much lu that s)mpallietlu rote
MCTOIHA ASI IlKHKNT 'Mistral srmice,"
Metro. Willi OIn 1'elroia Ntor l Anron
Hoffman, tllrecte.1 by Iiurton Klnir
This Is a thriller, with an alleged moral
I, SMin appended, and the wickedest villain
of weeks Ho Is a bunker: Is rejected b)
Mine. Petrova. plnylnir n spendthrift so
ciety girl : trie to forco her Into marrlnBO
with Hie Information Hint her fnthcr Is a
forger, falls: gets her subsequent husband
Inl-i his employ: f.ikes entries Into said
husband's hooks: has him "sent up" nnd
Is Ilnnllv exposed, a la Claudius, ICIug of
Henmitrk bv means of a movie, which
Mine Pctrniii ha written nnd which la
shewn on tho screen This part of tho pic
tut Js Iho best. The resulting death of
the scoundrel (Arthur Hoops) In a head-on
collision nf engines seems lathes an nntl
clhrTav Incidentally. It may be noted that
Mr. Hoops died beforo "llxtruvagnnco" was
completed, but tho film loses nothing there
by, as Ingenious assembling bus been done
Mine. Petrova Is a Kood-looklnR person and
curies off her part with assurance, It little
emotion The play Itself should pay lis
wit) with audiences that take their thrills
At tho Imitation nf Stanley V. 'Mnst
bnum. prominent moving- picture men lu
every department of tho Industry, Includ
ing members of the Stanley Inhibitors'
Asroclatlon, will nssemhlo In this city tin
December C nnd attcntl n tllnmr In tho
Hellenic-Stratford Covori for 150 will be
laid. An orchestra composed of musicians
from the Stanley circuit will play, one of
Iho numbers being "The Stanley March,"
composed by Harry W Meyer, director of
Iho Stanley Thcntcr Orchestra.
Henry Clirlsteeu Warnack. nulhor or
"Tho Honor System," the William Vox film
which um rollow "A Daughter of tho tlods"
at tho Chestnut Street Opera House. Is a
dramatic critic of the l.os Angeles Times.
He has been succcssM! ns a scenario writer,
having to his credit, among oilier features.
"Klres of Conscience," a recent vehicle of
Jay Kmanuel Is not content to in.in.igo
tho Hltlge Av. nue Theater, but Is out for
tho cause of "Prohibition" ns well. In fact,
bo wants to sell It. No not Iho move
ment but a flint play.
FRIGID WAVE SUBSIDING
Mercury Reaches 42 Today nntl Will
Bo Higher Tomorrow
The cgjd wnie Is passing. Gradually
rising from tho temperature nf yesterday,
which was the coldest Novemher day since
1S83. tho mercury reaching ;s degrees,
until noon it was 42 degrees. The tempera
ture will tlrop tonight, however, to 3fi or
38 degrees .mil ngalti rlso tomorrow, the
Weather llureau has announced
Hy Sunday, It Is predicted, warm nutiimn
weather will have returned. Tho lowest
degree In which (he mercury went last
night was 33. but the prospects aro nc.iln.sl
such a low temperature tonight
The low pressure urea today hangs over
tho rireat Lakes region, causing cloudiness
In Ohio, Michigan and somo of the northern
Middlo States, but mora comfortable tem
peratures are reported In most sections of
(Calllnc at NasuiinsM
, DK1.1UIIT1 LI, BAH'
Fins Steamsra. Iw Kares. Iliat Service.
Meals snd llerth Included.
.... ''y,.Tour Trip to Include
"The Tlneat Coastwise Trips In the World"
Illustrated llookltt un Htueit.
Merchanta & Minora Trnns. Co.
Office. 101 Hotith Olli St.. l'lilla., I'a.
W. 1'. TUHNEIt. a l A.. Hallo.'. Ji
ATl-tNTUl CITV. N. J.
PHe'e' -" ATLANTIC Cr.
THE IEADIN0 RtSORT HOTEL OF THE WORLD-
ATLANTIC CITY. IV. jr.
JQ8UH WHITelOH COMPANY
Westminster Ky. " D,r Beach. Ulsva.
water. 19 up wltlr.. IJ up dally. Chas. liunrs
LAKKWOOK, ', J.
LaksKMil. N. J, Noted far
Its horaellke fttmosptsrs.
B. E. Ui'ANUtNDKna. Xlsr
FARM AND OASDEN
Surfaced Kith red
or fra crushed
late, no paint or
WU1 cover tour home with a Mrmnnsnt.
artistic- voatherUsbt roof. Will not rot!
6ava malntenaoca axpeoA. "
XBK rOH BHlNoClNU AIDS KO. J
9 Ohorfth et. tint Tork
"PHIL AND DELPHIW
All-Philadelphia Movie of Eve
ning Ledger Soon to Be Re
leased to Theaters Through
WORK ON VILLAIN SCENES
With several scenes through which Iho
villain still pursues Miss lielphlno Pray
ton, star of "Phil nnd Delphlnc," the Mvbn
inii l.r.ntiMn's All-t'lillnrielphla l'hotoplny.
stHcketl titrefully away hi the I.ubln studio
nnd oilier scores nf feel of film presenilis
the noble Impulses nnd acts of the hero, tho
nll-l'hlladelphla cast began this morning
the third day of work on the big scenes of
IMrector Slnrh, of the Metro Company,
which Is producing "Phil nnd Iielphlne"
for the 1:vknini .I.r.tHiKIt, nmionnced
"Vow for the dirty worfc : Ihe ten. twentv,
thirty work" to the assembled cast toda).
and I'orlus II. Acheson. who is doing
innugli fur threo Mllaliis. sped Into his
dressing room for the coating of )ellow
face powder ho atwn) npplles when there
Is something mean on hand.
Oiernlghl he had been slud)lng up on
the scenario, writer's Inspired method for
disposing of a tainted roll of bills when ,
mo tieieciues got too close. So that the
stunt could not fall of a trial In the piece
the scenario writer hnd made Ihe villain
steal 110.000 or charily money, which tho
heroine. Miss Irn)ton, had collected.
In Iho big ballroom ecenr. Acheson
known to Miss Drayton nntl the scenario
writer ns Warren Hardy, becomes convinced
that the stolen money which ho carries In
a good old-rnshlouetl walrus-hlde wallet,
six by ten Inches, is going to bo noticed by
the hero, or the detectives, or somo one who
ought not to know he has It.
With this coin let Ion planted firmly, nnd
the foico or many lehenreals back or him.
Acheson runs to nn open window, throws
tho wallet through It after extracting the
iltl.OOP-roll, pulls down tho shade, wraps
the billt around Iho roller, nntl tho deed
Is done l'p roll the shade anil Iho $10,000
wild retires within, wrapped III many thick
Rosses nt fast green window shade
ir It hadn't been Tor the slt-by-ten wal
let Acheson might lime gotten away with
this, bin Ihe wnllet hurled out tho window
strikes Vhll Van Pusen. the hero, rull In
tho chest lie happened to be standing out
sldo on the lernndn. As Van gets his breath
he rims inside to find out who hit him.
The M'cnario writer has cleerly arranged
things so that Van lennui with a minimum
of exhaustion who threw tho wallet. True
to tho script, ho does learn.
This Is lnimetll.it. ly followed by the great
light seene. It features Van and Warren.
Few passages at arms haio equaled It, Dl
lector Stnrl In willing to guarantee.
Van. Acheson, Miss Alice Andron, who
plays the villain's ilctlm, nnd thn rest of
tho cast wero selected Inst summer by tho
votes of 1:vi:ni'o I.klhirii renders. They
aro all I'ltll.idelphlnns, Iho kind you see
any day on the street. Somo halo Irad
theatrical experience, somo luivo pot. And
besides showing suio-enough I'fillnilelphlans
as photoplay stars, "Phil and Dolp'.ilno"
features larious well-known places lu Iho
city its the scenes of stirring events ro
itdvlng nbout hemes, illlalns. chnufTcuis,
charity fund collectors and a number of
other people. Hronil and Chestnut streets.
I-'alrmoitut Park, iho Philadelphia Navy
Yard. Ilroad Street Station nntl many other
pI.icch known to all residents and many
sltnrs all have their pints to piny in
"Phil and IJelplilne "
Tho photoplay will bo irle.ised In Phila
delphia theatres within a short time.
WOMAN OI TICIAL AI'I'OINTED
Atlantic City Comptroller Will Servo
ATI.VNTJC CITY, Nov. 17. Political de
elgns upon tin' J2C00 olllco of City Comp
lioller, held for four years by MIsh Hesslo
M. Townsend, who Is said tt bo tho only
woman comptroller In thn country, missed
lire when tho City Commission named Miss
Townsend her own successor.
II wan annniinced that thn nppoiutment
would bo for Ihe full term of three years,
llxed by Iho old city charter, but when the
commissioners voted Miss Townsend learned
sho had been reappointed for one yenr only.
"HY not six
cent in the stability of our Government, and one hun
dred per cent in its efficiency.
Why not retain our ex-Presidents in the service of
the country as a nonpartisan advisory committee? We
have paid high for their training in international poli
tics. Why should we retire them to private life and
muzzle them by an absurd system of ethics?
Mary Roberts Rinehart has written a vigorous
article based on these questions for Sunday's Public
Ledger. She also takes occasion to comment on the
strength and astuteness of President Wilson and his
triumphant vindication by the country. Republican and
Democrat alike will read Mrs. Rinehart with distinct
. 18. at prooslm. K. T
t John lltldsrln anil dauah
e I'atrlek Oanler.. RelatlTtf
MAIIT C.. widow e
1p nf Mipp and 1st
and friends Invited to funeral, Mat.
o ritnsrai. nai.. sao
brother. Kdward 0
otti r. Bolemn M
of Helir AnjieU, Oak
Sao a. m..
irom resioeneo or oroiner.
preamor ave. i,amoit,
oulem mass Church nf I
10 a. m Int. Ilolr Hepulri
llOtlflNE Nov 18. STKLI .M.. sslfa , of
John K. Mourn and dauthter of It, n, and the
lats Sarah van Hern, Relatives and friends
Invited to services, flat,, 2 30 p. m., JS tlreln
field ave., Ardmore. rs. Int. rrlvate.
HOTH. Nov, IS. RI.ATKR 71 Hf)Tn. IleU.
tliea and friends, tntearltr Counrll. No. KM.
Itoral Arranum allaches of Prolhenotsrr'a
OITIce. of rhlladslphla, Invited to vertices, ftst.i
J p. nr., SlSn Caiharlne it. Int, prlrate, Haf
rlsburs and Lancaster, ra., papers please ropr,
IirtAnt.nT Nor, It, udan!r. Wtt.MAM,
Vutbsnd of latei Hrldrel llradlsr, nelatlret and
friends Invited to funeral. Hat.. 8:80 a. nv.
residence of sfin-ln-lsw. John Menthan. 38iR
Aaatha st. High renutem mass nt. Ann's
Church 10 a m Int. Holr Cross Cem.
nKOU'N. Nee. IB W1I.UAM C. son et
James K. and lats- Marr n. Oakes tlrown, ated
as ll'latlvra and friends Invited to funeral
services. Sat , 8 p, m., Calvarr Church. Hock
dale I'a. Int. Calvarr Cem.
Prominent Photoplay Presentations
'MJZZ Qnnfcn CZnnnmn
Tlin feller. Im theaters attain their pictures Ihranth tho BTAM.H
I'finpanT, which Is taaraii.ee af aarl ahawlna af the finest pi
All pictures retltrred befors hlbltlsa, Ask fer the theater In yet
sbtalnlai plttores Ureslh Ihe HTANL.RY noOKlNH COHrANl'.
A H.n-v.L.. 15th, Morris PasirunUATe.
rAinaniDra mi. Dtir 31 r.vts.oi4s
Tlll-ODCmB ItOIlKnTH ANITA KINO In
"ANTON T11K TBnillllI.K"
APrlI I fi"MD AND THOltl'SON
FANNIE WARD in
"KAOH PKAltt. A TBAIVJ
"THK rrtiNcn or onAURTAiiK" with
Tlrianl WAHlllltlRN anil Manruerlte Ct.ATTON
CIIAHI.lca CHAPLIN In "llehtnil ths acresn1'
BELMONT BSD AB0VCMATt,cKT 8
"t.KSH THAN TUB tHIBT
R1IIFRIRD d"ad and
DLUCDiriLf aUSQUHHANNA AVE.
Harry T. Morcy & Dorothy Kelly
In "THK LAW rt:ClDKH"
PFHAR eoT" and CGDAn avk.
,tuLJr. rjMAuou.vr theateti
MAE MURRAY in
thb ntq MSTKic
FAIRMOIINT sflTit and
rVlIMVlVJUn 1 OIItAUD AVENUB
Lionel Barrymore-Gmco Valentine
In "THK 11 ft AND Of COWAnPICIi''
MTU CTf" TIlKATEft. MAT. DAILT.
00 UliJ 1 . n, low Spruce. Kvis. 7 to 11.
Blanche Sweet THE sORM
"FRANKFORD " FRANirAfENV,i
Mae Murray in "The Big Suter"
"THC SII1KI.DINO SHADOW"
LAST CHANCE TO HEK
Charles Chaplin'" "u!irrcnEEN..
1 FAFiFR roitTY-rm8T and
LXirtLILIV LANCASTER AVENUE
Blanche Sweet THE STORM"
F. X. Bushman & Beverly Bnyne
In "THK JJIPLOTIO SEItVICB"
lYlPTTClT B2D AND '-OCU3T
LUUUOl Mats. 1:30 and sun. lflo.
Kvas Oi30. S. 0:R0. IBa
CHAR. CHAPLIN In "I1EIIINII THK HCRKEfc'
Chllilers A McHermott In "Price of I'ama"
A. Jo. l 1 rltA 1 CiK chestnut
Frank Keenan, "Honor Thy Name"
"The Girl and the Money"
FUREKA 0TU UAnKET 0TB-
GERALDINE O'BRIEN in
"A WOMAN'S FIGHT"
ed No Second Term?
By MARY ROBERTS RINEHART
years in office for our President, and no
second term? It means an increase of fifty per
, tlft WNKlt. Mot J. WKf.t.B f,a wlfs of
Jamln.Jp llrnner ami dauthter of late rrne
H, and Isabell Jehntton nelatlvts and frienM
in.iii lu lonrisi rejicrs, nun., o
vjted to foniraj eerslres, San.. 8 p. m,t iss
iiaenco. i40f of. loth at Int. private.
., residence of suter, Mrs, Anna C'oslr
I n. iinin si.. v 1'niia.j
uriinswicr papers eopr.
HUnNHARI)T, Suddenly. Nor. 18. JUI.UT1.
ptinNIIAIlDT fnes orerorr). luiatlrei and
friends, lAdlta Autlllarr. Lincoln Camp, No.
et v -I v i-.ia 4m e.-.i ..k ii-.
ov. mi u. ... in,,,.,. ... iuhvi.i ,.lli-,, At9ll,-
3 p. m.. at late rtsldenee, 8 w Wlldey t.
lltontress Cem. Friends mil vlssr remains
Bun, after T p. m. '
nURNH. Not, i. MART, wlf ef KdiraMI
J. Ilttma (nee Fes). Ilelatlvr and friends, H.
y. M sedalltr. cfaered .Heart Society, Altar
Hoelsty ami I. U, H. U, of 81. Vnc-nt d Panl'a
unnrro, iniitea to runerai, at., s:so a, m..
410 W. Woodlawn at.. Cltn. Hnlemn hlvh rs-
awn St., (Jin. Solemn hlsh ra
ni, vinnni as .'sill's
incent eei'aura cnurea jo
int. iioir sepuictier Cera,
Centlnatd en Kelt r
nunKK. Nr. IS. MATtCJAnrTr I., rlauktrtee
Jl.J' .Ttiernaa and Anna nark', lata et.m.
Millstone. H. J, Rslallres and frlirids invited to
funeral. New Hrunswlck. N. J.. Mat . vn ar
rival et B:J0 a. m. train from Dread fit. fits.
Int. Rt. Titer's Cem. Remain
f, JLWUKAIIIU vuilUSVfiiu,
LOGAN THEATER BNoAD
Maric Doro tHe'lASH"
Market St Theater "ig?"
-5.rrAVe.l. Harls .Walcarnp In , 'T.HIEnTT"
OVERBROOK &Z AJSBK
PALACE 12U MAUKK BTItEET
LKSS THAN THE DUSr
PARK K1DCH3 AVE. A DAUPHIN BT.
lnluv Mat., 2:lB. Kvr OtlML
EDNA GOODRICH in
;i3LK Houwn of T.iES"
MYRTLE GONZALES in
Tiin.EN.or THE UAINnOW
RFCIFNT 1M1 MAIlKCT BTnEKT
IXIdVSLiltA rttfJfA.V VOfCD OHO AH
Mme. Petrova ..j,
RIAT Tfi OEItMANTOWN AVE.
"11-,1-' AT TULPEHOCICEN RT.
E. H. Sothem & Peggy Hyland
R1T R V MARKET BTRKET
J BELOW TTH frrnEET
CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG in
"WITHOUT A SOUL"
SA V O V '3" MAHKET "
t V J M. 8TKEET
F. X. Bushman oc Beverly Bayna
In "IN THE nil'I.OMATlH BKHVICB"
ep Q Q A 1TTH AND VENANOO BTS.
DANCEict-Maurice & Walton
Tn "THB QUEBT.oy LIKE"
Olga Petrova in "Extravagance"
rHAjtf.KBCHAPI.lN In "flshlntl the ficrsen'
CTAMI I?V atAItKET AllOVE IttTli
3 IAIN LCI 11:15 A. m. to it MS P. U.
MaeMurray "The Plow Girl"
RIDGE AVENUE " ",DaVENUa
A Seguel to Ellnnr (llrnn's "Three IVselis"
O L Y M P I A DAINnrtlDQS
Harold Loclcwood & Mae Allison
In "THB RIVER OK ROMANCE1'
THE SKCllET OfcrTHE SUIIMAKINE"
k a wu&ntil&ti&mt .
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l .ggp j--W." ",