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i THE SPOTLIGHT
J By CHARLES
wild week of It at the theatres,
at him and croak superiorly:
us In Christmas' week, 1922."
Like our restive visitor, "Johannes
Krelslor." wc hare been here, there
and even-where. Wo have heard
everything from babr-lalk by Booth
Tarklngton to balcony speeches by
" William Shakespeare. We have seen
a dead child brought to life, and be
held that even greater miracle, the
regeneration of Leo Ditrlchstdn.
There have been other things that we
missed through no fault of our own.
Wo have done our utmost to get
around to them all, and now that we
xlt with our feet In mustard and our
head in lco we feel wc could have
done no more and lived.
,F all tho Bow play of the week
we have enjoyed none so much
as "The Egotist," possibly be
cause It Is tho unexpected that hap.
pens In Ben liecht's mocking comedy.
Thcro Is immense satisfaction in seo
Ing Mr. Dltrichstcln "get his" for
once. Season after season he has
been . having his way with women
much too easily. His Continental air
with tho Impressionable sex has been
altogether too lofty and needed to be
taken down a bit.
If this sounds personal It la meant
to be professional. Tho great lover
may become as Insufferable as tho
lctty lady-killer. And so it is a re
lief to find Mr. Dltrichsteln, for a
change, the timid lover. This time
wo have him in the guise of an
adored playwright, with tho leading
woman or tho theatre ho seems to
rule luring him to her Oriental lair.
But is ho master of the situation?
He Is not. Arrayed In all his glory
or. as the enchantress coyly puts It,
like a bridegroom ho weakens mis
erably. From tho first ho is ovor-
powcrcd by a Chinese servant and
furnishings to match. He is made
uneasy by tho bad taste that con
fronts him. Moreover, ho feels ridic
ulous. Gorgeous burlesquo is finally
carried beyond further endurance
when tho flamboyant charmer bounces
out as a hare-legged dancer and
drives him down tho fire-escape. At
home, nursing a cold, he makes tho
devastating discovery that his wlfo
is really playing the game for wblcn
ho has merely the name.
For the first tlmo In his long career
of stago philandering it Is Dltrich
stcln who suffers, and somehow wo
can't help feeling that It serves him
EVEN tho coal shortage cannot
explain the lack of warmth In
"Romeo and Juliet" at tho
Longacrc. If the truth were known,
sympathy for Ethel Barrymore was
doubtless felt by every one who went
to see her as Juliet on Wednesday
Adventures among tho master
pieces may be dangerous oven to the
liarrymorcs. Happily. John Is safo
In "Hamlet," thanks both to his act
tug and his profile, If Lionel ever
IN THE REALM OF MUSIC
Miss Bori Sbiers
Manon for First Time
By Frank H. Warren.
Massenet's opera comlquc, "Ma
non," tuneful and exquisite, was-sung
at tho Metropolitan Opera House hut
evening for tins first tlmo this season.
The title role, ono of Mies Farrar'a
most popular parts, fell to Lucrczlrt
-Bori, who had never before appeared
I . In It at tho Metropolitan. A daintier
for moro fascinntlng picture than the
Kpanlsh soprano mnde one could not
ink for. She drcsaed tho part lavish-
ly and becomingly, even to tho red
f heeled boots, and left the most sump
t tlous robe Imaginable behind her In
J the St. Sulplcc Seminary. Her act
V Ing, too, had tho proper touch, light
and effervescent, when ndcessary and
rising to the correct drrrmatic pitch
when called upon. Her first act was
Kcuulncly simple and the spirit of ad
venture glowed over Du GtIcUx'h in
Itation to go with him to Paris.
What magic in that word Paris for
tlieso French operatic heroines!
Her vocal interpretation wbh well
fSVM. plannod though it did not always hit
the mark. She song prettily and ef
fectively but tho note of passion and
feeljng was lacking when needed, par
ticularly In the Seminary cplbode.
Mario Chamlcc, American tenor,
whoso evening appearances this wa
rn have been Infrequent, was Dcs
Urieux, n role he assumed last year,
Tho tenor did not appear to be lit his
Ixvt voice thoufili he used discreet re
ly Ktralnt und was generally effective.
lie n aa vnc necessary fervor and ex
pression and did xome commendable
phrasing. Ills voice Is a beautiful
organ. His acting had artistic point,
at times reflecting the French Htylc.
Mr. Do Luca as Lescaut was han
dleapped, his statu ro and his Italian-
!ascd French preventing 'ilm from lift
Ing the role to tho plane upon which
others huvc ect It. Others In Pjc
cast wcro Mmes. DuIobs)-, Robertson
I . . .. I lJ .... J .
'ft Mcader, Plcco, Ananlan, Heschlcllnn,
Audlslo and Itothler who,, as the
Count Dos Grlcux, supplied Uio ono
tc cj c'.;t!ncti?n in ip mi
lasselmans conducted well, and Ai
niando Agnlnl's name again appeared
m tho program us stago managu-
we shall waggle a eirlTelled Anger
"Ah! bnt 70a should
are been with
tries Macbeth again It will probably
not be In cublstic surroundings.
No less a Bhakesperlan authority
than Ellen Terry has said, in her book
"Tho Story of My Life:" "Those who
have been led to believe that they
can make their own rules, find their
mistake when they come to tackle
Shakespeare." Belasco has said the
same thing In other words, and the
success of bis production of "The
Merchant of Venice." with Warfleld
as Bhylock, bears out his Judgment.
We look especially for beauty In
"Romeo and Juliet," and we shall
doubtless get It .from Belasco In his
own good time. In the present rush
of Shakespeare it should, bo borne In
mind that of all dramatists ho will
not stand rushing.
O TTJDT Is, of course, a tnatUr for
,J Individual determination. 8UI1
our modern Juliets may well
ponder this from Ellen Terry:
rxrnapo j, was neither young
nough nor old1 enough to play Juliet
I read everything that had ever been
written about her before I had my
rcu ueaaea wnat sne was. it was
a dreadful mlstaAe. That was the
first thing wrong with my Juliet-
lack of original Impulse.
n was pernaps me greatest op
portunity that I ha.1 yet had at the
Lyceum. I studied the part nt my
cottage at Hampton Court In a bed
room looking out over the park
Thcro was nothing wrong with that.
By-the-way, how important It la to
bo careful about environment and
everything clso when one Is studying.
One ought to be In tho country, but
not all tho time. It Is aood to go
about and sco pictures, htar music
and watch everything. One should bo
very - much alone, and should study
early and late all night. If nid be,
even at the cost of sleop. Everything
that one does or thinks or sees will
have an effect upon the part, pre
cisely as on an unborn child.
"1 wish now that Instead of read
ing how this and that actress had
played Juliet, and cracking my brain
over the different readings of hor lines
and making myself familiar with the
different opinions of philosophers and
critics, I hod gono to Verona and
Just imagined. Perhaps tho most
wonderful description of Juliet, as she
should be acted, occurs In Oabrlclo
d'Annunzlo'n "II Fuoco." In tho book
an Italian actress tells her friend how
she played tho part when oho was a
girl of fourteen In an open-air theatre
near Verona. Could a girl of four
teen play such a part7 Yes, It she
were not youthful, only young with
tho youth of tho poet, tragically; old
as somo youth Is.
"Now I understand Juliet better.
Now I know how she should be
played. But tlmo Is Inexorable. At
fllxty, know what ono may, ono can
not play Juliet."
Stransky conducting, presented the
the American playing his own Fan
tastlo Sulto for Piano and Orchestra,
a piece ho has performed on other
occasions. It Is a well made compo
sition and enjoyable even It It lacks
stirring moments. Tho orchestral
numbers wcro Smctana's "Bartered
Bride," Dvorak's New World Sym
phpny and tlio Strauss "Death and
Mme. Charles Cahlor, contralto, Is
tho soloist at to-morrow's concert of
tho Friends of Music In Town Hall,
to be conducted by 'Artur Bodanzky.
Tho program Is all Brahms and In
cludes his Schlcksalslled for chorus
and orchestra; Bratschenllcdcr, two
aongs for alto, viola nnd piano; tho
Scrcnado In D for orchestra, nnd
Rhapsodlo-FragmcnU from Goethe's
"Harxrelso" for contralto, men's
chorus and orchestra.
The artists appearing at the con
cert of tho American Muslo Guild,
Wednesday, in Town Hall, aro Kath
orlno Bacon, pianist; Itelnald Wcr-
renrath, baritone; Danlol Gregory
Mason, composer-pianist; Albeit
Marsh, oboe: Albert Stoesscl, violin
ist; Louis Gruenberg, pianist, und
Harold Morris, pianist.
Mr. Gattl-Casazza announces his
'rovlval".of Rossini's "William TelU"
which has not bcon given at tho
Metropolitan Opera since 1S91, on
next Friday evening. The opera will
be sung by Messrs. Danlso In the title.
role, Jlartlnclll as Arnold, Mardoncs
as Walter. Dldur as Gesttler. D'-Vn-
gclo as Melchtal, Blooh ns a Fisher
man, llada as Rudolf, Plcco as Leu
told, and Mmes. Ponsello as Matilda.
Sundellus as Jemmy, the son of Tell,
and Pertnl us Edvlde. "William
Tell" has been rehearsed and .will bn
conducted by Qennaro Papl. The
chorus has been tralhed by Mr. 3ettt,
the Htano management Is In tho
hands of Samuel Thnwman, nnd tht
dances havo been arranged by Au
gusi iiTger. tho scenery lias o;cn
painted by vitturlo Hota of the Then
tro Alia Scala of Milan, and tho cos
tumrs mado by Mmo. Castcl-Brrt.
Other operas next weel? will bo!
"Parsifal," New Year's afternoon
with Mme. Mutzenaucr nnd Medsrs
Taush:r. Schuticndcrf, Bender and
Ulilui-. "Thais." New Year's night,
witn sime. Jerltza and Messrs. Har
rold und Whltehlll; "Cuvalltila Uus.
tlcanu and "Pagllaccl." Wcitnesday
evening, the former with Mm. Jerlt
ti. and lltaars. Cbamlcg and I'lcco,
LEADING LIGHTS IN NEW YEAR'S THEATRICAL OFFERINGS I
i ft . 1
the latter with Mme. Rethberg and
Messrs. Johnson, Ruffo and Paltrl-
nlcri: ''Carmen," Thursday after
noon, with Mm us. Boston and Mario
and Messrs. Harrold, Mardoncs and
D'Angclo; "Bohemo," Thursday eve
ning, with Mmcs. Alda and D'Arle
and Messrs. Glgli, Scottl, Rothler,
Audlslo and I'lcco; "Tristan und
Isolde," Saturday matlneo, with
Mmes. Matzcnaucr and Telva and
Messrs. Tauchcr, Whltehlll, Bender
and Bada: "Romeo ct Juliette," Sat
urday night opera, with Miss Bori and
Messrs. Glgll, Do Luca and Rothler.
To-morrow a grand operatic con
cert will be glvon In which Mmes.
Ponsello, Bori, Pcrnlla, Mario, An
thony. Dalossy and Perlnl and
Messrs. Tokatyan, Charalee, Har
rold, D'Angclo and Mardoncs will
sing, together with tho Metropolitan
Orchestra, under tho direction of Mr.
Bamboschek. . .
Next weok's music la:
To-morrow Afternoon Symphony
Society, Aeolian: Friends of Music,
Brahms program, Town Hall: Phil
harmonic Orchestra, Schelllng, pianist,
soloist, Carnegie; City Symphony,
"Pop" concert, Century Theatre.
Night Isa Krcmer, balladlst, Carno-
gle; Louise Homer and Qabrllowltsch,
pianist, Hippodrome: Metropolitan
Opera House, Vegular Sunday concert.
Monday Afternoon Toocha Seldel,
violinist, Carnegie. Night City Sym
phony, Qanz, pianist, soloist, Car
negie. Tuesday Night Anne Robinson,
soprano, debut, Aeolian; Philadelphia
Orchestra, Georges Encsco, Rouman
ian composer, conductor (debut),
Wednesday Afternoon Paul Ben
der, bass-baritone, Carnegie; last of
Franck organ recitals, Dupro, solo
ist, Wanamakcr's; City Symphony,
Ganz, pianist, soloist. Town Hall.
Night American Music Guild, first
concert, Town Hall.
Thursday Night London String
Quartet, Aeolian; Wlllem Van den
Andel, pianist. Town Hall; Boston
Friday Morning Fifth Blltmoro
Muslcale. Night Myra Hess, English
pianist, Aeolian; Maria Ivogun, so
Saturday Aftomoon Boston Sym
phony, Carnegie. Night rhllhar
monlo Orchestra, Henry Hadlcy con
ducting, Seidcl, violinist, soloist, Car
negie ; Museum of Art, f rco Symphony
concert, David Mamies, conductor.
Plans for The
National Theatre "Will Shake
Century Roof Fourth program
the National Theatre on New
ear's Night Winthrop Amca
will produce Clemenco Dane's
play, "Will Shakespeare." Tho play
first takes up tho poet nt tho ago of
twenty, in Stratford, Just after his
marrlago to Anno Hatluuvuy, und do
tails his break with home, wlfo and
nativo city to try his aspiring wings
In London. There, ten years later, his
llfo nnd his destiny become closely In
terwoven with those of Mary Fltton
a lady In waiting nt tho court and
tho "Dark Lady" of tho sonnets; of
Queen Elizabeth nnd of England Itself
Songs have been compobeti by Deemi
Taylor.' Miss Dane, who wrote
Bill of Divorcement," describes "Will
Shakespeare." ns an intention" for
tho reason that it is largely tmagln
nry. Otto Kruscr will pluy Khuko
spro. Othcrn In tho cast nra Kutlm-
rius Cornell, Winifred IMiihun, llai
dM Wright and John L. Shine.
A fourth und final program of
Ualicffs "Oluuivc-Sourls" ttill lc
given nt tho Century Root Thcatro ju
Thursday night. Members of tho
Moscow Art Thoalro Company will lie
piesent at this performance as gucs,l:,
of honor. In addition to iu.w un ni
bcrs tho fnmoim "Pnrado or Mo
Woodon Soldiers" will be restored
"Fashions for Men" moves to tl
Belmont Theatio on Monday nlgiit.
The Bronx Opera House will iiavo
"Tho Cat and tho Uanury."
"Broadway Brevities, a revue In
fourteen hcenos, will bo the attructio
ai tho Columbia Theatre I.onu U.iU
heads the company..
:. w 1 v. nrv?v- mtrz,-,. n?bf '-with 2tr TLTt'ii&Vi-m
Change of Bills
CENTRAL "Main Street Follies,"
with Morris and Campbell, Fred Ar
dath, tho Threo Dolco Sisters, La Fol-
Iotto, Rush Ling Toy, Burns and
Foran and a largo chorus will be tho
MOSS'S BROADWAY THEATRE
Henry Stoodard and his Shanley or
chestra are billed for their fifth week.
flFHTIIRY fhea.. Old St.. Cent. Hk. W.
BLOSSOM TIME T&P&SZ
SUNDAY NIGHT 810
ALL STAR VAUDEVILLE BILL
10 BIG ACTS 10
Mwfcf Your Hffrvntlon ICarlr.
V,'r. R..".0. Mntn. Pat.. New Vcur'n & Tuos.
nitAMi riiAtivi'. Bonus coNrrarr
l'O-MOItnOtV Nir.nT (New Year's i:r.)
CUIIPFRT Thea., it Bt.,W. of B'y. Eva. 8.S0
OnUUtlll jiatincca Bat. A New Ytar-a 2.30
BaRetawitm VitXAoa Fbuiu
UnUflUnUriOl .M.. Tlmr. A Hat. 1.30.
J' A Y
Supported br AKTimit 1IVHON
In "THIS i.AOV C'lllSTII.IMlA."
'Ail nKtmilklilni. nluT. hnlpr.fllillv nrn.
BROADHURST'rheatre- s, ,w-ot n'y-
uilUHununol TO.MOit'tv kvi:. ni a.an.
VAUDEVILLE CONCERT by
ureenwich Village Theatre Co.
W.48.Ury 0018 Hv.S.SO
I.iiBt Mat To-dny.
Comrdy tilt I
ellrork reinberton prearnta rirandello'a
Mali. Thla Week: To-day, Mon & Wed.
Ktenlnua 8.30. Matlncea 2 'M.
in THE WONDER PLAY
POPULAR PRICE MATINEES TO
DAY, NEW YEAR'S DAY & WED.
TIMES SQ. weliAS
i;nl"K 8 30. Mntlnris S SO.
POP. PRICE MATINEES
TODAY, AND EVERY
DAY NEXT WEEK
CCI II It'll ' "T.. WKST 111' ll'WAV.
UlLW I II lA-V MAT, 3.311. i:VH.8.30
(,reatet InirntlonBime .Hulion I'lctiirea
ri.tiri.i; i i,vim; ami ham iMi hi t
oyr.ii mi; ukadh in mi. um
r..sri:. a rusnivn H'sntms
Other acts Include Moron and Mack
and Margie Coates. The featuro film
will bo "Kick In."
PROCTOR THEATRES Ben
Welch, Borden and Dwyer and How
ard and Sadler will appear at the Fifth
Avenue. "Women Men Marry" will
be the film at the Twenty-third Street
Theatre, whore tho vaudeville acts In
clude James Thornton and Dottle
Clair's Minstrels. Sarah Padden and
Taylor, Howard and Them will appear
at the Fifty-eighth Street Theatre. Tho
film Is to be "Thorns and Orange
Blossoms." "Women Men Marry" will
be shown at tho 125tfi Street Theatro;
Mlgnon, Lano and Freeman and Jules
Black aro In tho vaudcvlllo list.
PALACE Tho Dolly Sisters will
(l I C I U 11 ;!l'th Ht tt U'wajr.
U H 0 I n Ujjata.To-day, N. Y
Tr'a & Wefl.
Muatcal Comedy c ii ly incur !MDV
NKV? IXAR'S Tn U'W HlfiUT a
KVICCONCKUT IU"I niUfll g.j5
ALL STAR VAUDEVILLE BILL
10 BIG ACTS 10
Malm Vniir Hfoi-rnUon Knrly.
HARLEM OPERA HOUSP
" lSSth t , nr. 7th At Mnrn. 4n()
Hnrr Imliof tn "Soj It With I.aiirhi."
Vaujftllle I'arnrlt , ItrftiitT 'hnrn.
Nrtt fk! r.i:UTltUI)i: IIOITMANN
RAYF? Thca.. 4th. W of H'y. lTva.8.30
DfllCO jiatlnceii To-day i- Wfd. i.30.
Mellowdrayrna OUR NELL
RI.U All ' Thf.,V.43St.l!v..3CI I
WOSlOy GREATEST tnOTtiW PUV
UATIflUAl Thea.. 4Ut, W. of B'y. Dvs..8
IIAIIUnAL Mntlnou To-dav ol 2-0.
A Comedy by tho Author of Llllom."
"FASHIONS -r MEN"
Hove to Ilelmont Then. New Year's Mat.
lly DON MARQUIS.
PI YMnllTH Weil 45th Ht Eves. 8 30.
rLirtlUUin an,. Bat.. N. Tr U Thr.
PMHnC w. soth fit.
i iiiiiwhwu pin. nr.Tti.
Era. 8.45. Man. Thura. & Bat.
ninninu li.- v. hir.,1. i.v M :tii
Mata. To-day, Mon. & Thura.
THE PLAY THAT "GETS YOU"
LAST 9 DAYS
h ROBIN HOOD"
Mmt .Murirllnun of lliture l'lajf.
I V 13 I P 1'nia . 4ti tit., litre. I.ZO,
I I II I U w. ut Unity. I Mali.
30,. 1922, ''' 1
head the bill with their brother Ed
ward, assisted by Hnrry Rlchman.
LOEWS STATE. "Shadows,
with Lon Chanoy will bo tho film dur
ing tho first part of tho week and
"Qulncy Adams Sawyer" during tho
latter part. Phil Baker will hend tho
vaudcvlllo program, which also In
cludes Mary E. Ryan, J. IC Emmet
and Morton and Brown.
. On the Screen
ASTOR Will Fox's success, "Tho
Town That Forgot God," starts the
last week of nn extended run to
morrow. CAMEO Johnnie Hlnes In "Suro
Flro Flint" will bo the film fenturo.
CAPITOL Marshall Nellan's "The
Strangers' Banquet" will be the
featured film. It will bo surrounded
by short subjects and music.
CRITERION Nazlmova's latest
production, "Salome," start J n
Broadway run to-morrow night.
44TH STREET THEATRE "Over
tho Hill," tho Fox masterpiece, starts
its last week to-morrow. ,
LYRIC Douglas Fairbanks In
"Robin Hood," brings a long and suc
cessful run to a closo a week from to
night. RIALTO Thomas Melghan In
"Back Homo and Broke" moves from
tho Rlvoll for a- week's engagement.
RITVOLI Gloria Swanson In "My
American Wife" will bo tho film fea
ture of a "fifth anniversary week"
SELWYN "M. A. R. S.," shown
QQTU CT 'fhatr near U'jr Kvi S.Ju
J3 1 11 0 1 Mt Today. N. Yr'a ft Wed.
AMBASSADOR n .h.nr.n' e s.m
THE LADY IN ERMINE
Wtlh ttlldl nennett and Walter Wnnlf
AQTH CT riieaire W. of H Uv 8.30
tw InOli Mts. Today. Tom'w & N. Yr'
WHISPER ING WIRES
sri'Kit Mvs-n:nv vi.ay.
JOLSOHS 59th ST. f;,:0:-
WORLD WE LIVE IN
E ' ' "i pay
MOVES TO 4 ITU ST. TIIEATHE JAN. 8th
PI AYHflllSF 4h'E- of D'waj. Bry- 2818
UP SHE GOES
MAT. NEW YEAres DAY,
RflMFDY Thea- W- 41 Bt Evenings 8.S0.
UUffltUI Matinees lliura. A R.f .in
;i'TIIKIE i-iniXTi-l With JOSE
A Way of Atrxloo hy Rnnlite Treadwell,
NEW YEAICS JIATINEE MONDAY.
IT IS THE
Spee'l Hoi. Mat,
New Year's Day AtiO SAT.
Maiinp Fl!lnfl' 'M 81 E of 'y cva.s.is
ITIOAIIIC tl.lUlli Mnl, 8llt oil5
BAM II. IlAtllltS Preaenta
Weit 4&th Bt Evea. at 8.30.
Mata. Hat.. Man. & Wed. 2 30
BIGGEST LAVOll HIT IN TOWN:
RPPIIRI II Wcs' "1 Street. Evea ut 8.30.
ncrUDLIU jiata, Bat , Mon & Wed 5.30.
I AltTlllIt IIOI'KINS Treaenta
: ETHEL BARRYMORE
in "ROMEO AND JULIET"
I nMRARRF tiiua.. w 4sthat nve. sio
I LUnUHUIIC Flltl Matlneo TO DAI 3 10.
2 John Golden Successes
LIT I LE I Madge Kennedy
Thuntro '" '"""'k Croeil- Itlut,
si I "Spite Corner"
Mat.. TO-DAV, New V'rs Dny K Wed.
W 43 Ht
N. t'h Day, Wed, 1H.
MAURICE SWARTZ in
"THE GREAT FORTUNE"
ny Niioi.o.M ai.i:icim:m i rri. 8 30
l HVII U DAILY.
rt O I U II'
way tt 4Sth 1 U.30 3.30.
WILLIAM rilX l'reenta
'THE TOWN THAT
500 g&ff.Y; 50o
cnnOood State CI
wwU oreD.NIlQta 1
. . -. ... .
through the new Tclovlew, continues.
STflAND Harold Lloyd begins a
OLD EVENING WORLD
IC. !.. Mnran Worked In Prra rtonm
Edward V. Moran, jUtr. for thirty
Ave years nn cmployco of tho press
room of Tho Kvcnlne World, died
CUPIRP B'way & 40th Ht.
CMrinC Mata. 8at., New Y
Mata. Hat,, New Vr'a Day A Wed.
- M "IM"I
RIITnU W 46th Bl.
Eva. B.15. Matinees
MON and WKD. 2 10.
OF THE .MOVIES" sa.n.vd
l'DNOII & JUDY. W.'49 St. Circle 1368.
TONY SARG'S MARIONETTES
in "DON QUIXOTE"
LAST TWO rr.itroiiMANtT.s
TO-DAY at 11 A. M. and 3.30 P, M.
UMCIf! flflY We.t 4Sth St.
nv(3. at 8.
iiiuuiu uua Mats. Wcd. t Sat
twvmo eURurrs nev
1 1 1-4 Tin r VJ ,1 AM 1 1 A
"tiranuer llinn iumi neaMiii." Times
DCI A ft Wc" iith Bt- I-venlngi at S.iO
ukknwuu jian. Thura. & Sat. at z.30,
Mate Wed Bat.. 2.30
COHAN THEATRE S
T1IEA., W 4Sth St. Gvge. at 8.30.
Matlneta Sat., Mon. & Wed. 2.30.
r INA Clft!RE!.tSairS
V h-TViii Awful Truth'
A P I T 0 L WILL ROGERS in
n'way. The Headlen Horseman'
Slat St. Canltot Grand Orcheatra
Ilrilnnlns I MAKHIf ALL NCII.AN'S
To-morrow 1 "The Utruniers Banquet.'-
SSSA??,T HAROLD LLOYD
TRANil In "DIl. JACK."
D'yi47St JL'Btrand Symphony Orcheetra
ICVTItA Ni:w YEAH 1'LKiuiuia.ti.ii
TO-MOIlltOW NIGHT AT ll.'JO.
PnillUDU Burlewjue, 47th A B'ay.rop.
ItULUMDIA Twice Dally, 2.1S It 8.15.IPr1:a
DAVE MARION la
Extra Midnight Show To-m'w Eve. 11 o'clock
. S. MOSS
'SURE FIRE FLINT'
C AM E 0
Thea., 43d St.,
14th Gt.. rear
nt.w r.Aivs r.vn. miiinitk iiuitLioun
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CONCERTS AND MUSIC.
TO-M'W NIGHT, 8.15
(Knabc Flano )
CARNEGIE HALL, Mon. Aft.. Jan. 1, at 3
CARNEGIE HALL, Wed. Aft., Jan. 3
At il tiong Ifcltal--1ML I,
Ilaritonp Mrtropoition Opera Co (Rtrlnwayl
CARNEGIE HALL, Fri. Night, Jan. 5
At H lit E ltuittal .MAIIIA
iSTEINWAY PIANO )
TOWN HALL, Weil. i:e .Inn. 3, 8.30.
' tivST Hrnscitirnov coNrniiT
t AMERICAN MUSIC GUILD
Mnrimt llittier, 1'rederlrk ilaiohj, Lnuls
(irnenlierc. . WnltPr Kramer, Snndor llar
nmti. llun.lil MnrrW. ( Iiurlrn llaiihlrl, Alliert
tiirxsrl, llrrint Tiolor. nnd ItKlNW M.I)
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T()N IIM.L. Mini. l ie.. ,lnn. n, at 8.13.
Siiiik llrtltlll hr At. AT II
Cnrnrnnd liny nt t'liinii Sleinwity Plnno
ALOLlAN'llAl.l.r Mrd. Alt . .I.in'. lb, at3
1'lunn llecitiil by l.lt.M.TO
B E R U M E N
TOWN HAM- Wed. i;c, .Iiui. 10. nt 8.15
bvoz Itffitnl hy TO.M
WB L L 6 A
Mnon S. Hnmtln l'lano
0CHSI(?A.PiRK FOtH. -JH
"POP." CONCERT TO-.MOHIIOW, 3 P. M.
JOHN rOIIIf.I.lANO. Vtullllltt, Rololft
lli rlloz, Halnt-Sarnt. Hmet.ina, Wacni r and
Laio. Byinpln'nl" Jjapavnnl," for Violin.
rUNi:iII: HALL. net MO.VD.W, at 8..10.
TOWN HM.I., ra.. Jan. a, ut : p. .11.
Dlinnl Oil I5AII7 Pianist, Hololst. Only N Y.
IIUVULI 11 unni.1 Appearanra tllli
pethoien. Mh Kymp. Techalko nl.y
Crm.ertu, cnaurir. i.ipaiu.
Tickets lit to Jl.W at IS01 OIIl;i :iuw.
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Pyv-jaP RL'SHIAN VIOLINIST.
"'"QeS (STUINWAY PIANO )
ThuruJar tiltht In his horn. Vet
ienort Avenue, urooKiyn. llo rras rt
Jlivlliuvl ut Wu.
various times ho had boon President.
Vlco I'rcsldunt and Chairman of tho
Uxccutlvo Hoard. Mr. Morajt vraa bom
In Brooklyn, In the old 10th Vrd, of
which his father was at ono time' Stt-
Lfervlsor. Ifc leaves nls wife, a brothdr.
Krrj. who Is connected with tho Board,
of TMucatloti, and thrco dauehtcrj. Fu
ncrnl arratigcmcnts havo not been
New Amilerdam Theatre it 8.10 ""1
I'ltH K MATH. WED. A SAT 1
V.MCKKItllOt'Ki:it. ll'y.3S St Kvs.8.30
MATS. TO-DAY A NEW Vlt'H DAT
DKNtlY W HAVAOI. Dff.V.
nn: ni:w comudy with music
With PEGGY WOOD
EQUITY 48th ST V- uryint on:
ii.vi.ii. mi, m-.iv ltAll'a DAY,
Tlr Jese L. William.
LYCEUM WM.,..44Slm'.. Blr", "
kiwkum Mate. Thursday a h.i -
in THE MERCHANT OF VENICE
GLOBE Roadway. th St. Evs. at S.W,
JIats. Sat. A New Tear Day zso!
TM.BUNCH i JUDY
"iT-a a oubat snow Poet.
iw?Krfi J0HN BARRYMORE
ITeeent, in "HAMLET"
S UI HARRIS ,4.M st w- of Wy. Drea.8.10
Jam. 'mure. A 8at. at 2.10.
LITTLE MEUIE KEL1V-I
.iinn. iu.iiay. New Year's ft Wed.
HUDSON Ww lh Bl- Evenings' at CI5T
"UUV" Mon. & Wed. SJ.
SO THIS IS LONDON!
TUB HIT OF Tins TOWN f
DALY'S CM Bt' C"'-""- nva.siolM.l'a'C
I'Eltr. NTJW YCAIt'5
1TVK. at 11.48.
"Het .Munlr Tlay Thla Year." Mall.
Bat ,JIon .Wd. '
NOW and nirtOUaUOUT IIOLUJATB.
UlUabeth Brown, aedrted by Toetun,
New Y'ork'a most popular dancers.
The Lyrlo roar, direct from Keith's.
Harry Tear!, alngtnt numbers.
JOSnril 0. SIOTII'S Famous Orebsstrm.
Make Reaerratlons NOW (or
NEW YEAIVB EVE.
Murray mil 6889.
Dinlne. Danclne, Iloateaaes, Entertainers,
l"ortj-litli Street and Lexington Aienue.
LAST 3 TIMES TODAY
RIVOLI THOMAS MEIGHAN
1 1' WAV 't' Ade'a
isth st "back 110MK & niioinr'
jjtnat. A Paramount IHctuf
. Rlvnll Concert Orcheetra.
, 1 . OI-ORIA SWANSON
TO MOlt W In ".My Ameriean Wife."
IALTO BOOTH TARKINGTON'S
11 way. "11417 F"I IPT"
l'amom Itlalto Orchaatra.
in "Oliver Twi-t"
DANCE Terrace Garden
PALACE M,h st- ncnp Lexington Ato.
1 nunwi. Danclnit Every Evenlnf.
Hundays nnd Holiday Afternoons,
rnrvATi, lehsons. day on eventno.
1'npnlnr Applause Cbntest Sandny Aftcrnooa.
Bronx Opera Howe ftljShAJftS;'
D. B. MOSS
RAM E Q
4Sd nr. ll'way.
,a IN SOCIETY
StramH I B A r'h V
.., ""oe of tho Street."
II'KLYN Tom'w.nAROLD LLOYT1
"DU. JACK." LAST FKIlTOIlMAihcK
Io-lnorroiT Nile Enda at Mldalte,
I.AKHR AVI) CAMP RITES.
J HTKULIS'Q DltAKB,
5 MOItHIS HT . NEW YOIIK.
Worjcl Wants Work Wondorg v