UNGLOVED IN THEATRES. Soon after Miss Florence Ives, who is a sister of Mrs. Henry Crocker, return ed from her last trip to Europe, she unconsciously inaugurated a movement among ladies to remove their gloves while in the theatre, says the San Francisco Examiner. One evening, as a guest in a large theatre party, she laughingly said, in her usual burst of enthusiasm, "Take off our gloves, girls; that's the latest in Paris." Off came the gloves at Miss Ives' suggestion. sug-gestion. Then society eagerly took up the new-fangled idea and now, at all the-theatres, our buds- and belles never wear gloves. The custom is universal and an excellent one. When such ladies la-dies as Mrs. Sam Buckbee, Mrs. Will Whittier, Miss Carroll, Miss Mamie Voorhies, Miss Ives, Mrs: E. Avery McCarthy Mc-Carthy and many others knew what it is to enjoy actual comfort during a play with no encased hands, it is no wonder the fad has turned out to be an immense im-mense success. .