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Urgee Boy^ott of
Hotels Tha gnore
Food Saving Plans
Administrator Williams
Appeals to Patriots to
Force Conservation
Only a Few Slackers
Meatleaa and Wheatless Days
Have Proven Great
Help in War
"Bc ' and restnurants that
Tuesday nnd
.age is flddrflflflfld to every
aad woman in New Vork
'? ? '
. The food :on'crva
New
inte in c0'
oper.. rd administration
ls 6aving enorniojs auantitic3 of meat
and flour,
bflttar hat a
?net ad
bflreBCfl to the food administration
tions.
Iflid that man;.
'
He ther.
to aay iU rc8"
toura: : bread
on W "'**]? f
the proprli tor
Ne? York Leads in Food Saving
rding to a statement issued by
.1 frod odminir-tration in
Wnsh
far ia food
tion. .
"If the hotels nnd other eflting plaees
_n 0T;. ? doing as well ns
?
homes were doing their
amoonta of meat fats ar.d augar that
woald I ?oi ahlpn l '
woald be
rh City, which haa i
artie
ularly in
. .sition
in foo ;",c for
'
..Ac- ahow that
York City on T
?
"Thr
their daily me
irthor "oa
?
? ? tantity
York
tunda, or 116.12 ton^.
ll sub
? -rcascd
toaa, or
Falling OfT in Sales
"Pr- '
meatl' which
supp.
ng to "both
of from 1 ?
sales
to a ereat variet;
follow -
?
"Ir
?
per cent; i
?
whole . "**_? ';
the v '
States ; *???
thatl"
ng a
eral
each ' ?'"?
Plays and Players
Mfl] W. R. :
fantry
will pn '
on the afternoon ?
? .
The
Shuberts fll : '.?Ah-y
?
The ?
Of "V
f.,r an ladi t the 1 OTl
Y. M. C. A. to Aid Jews
Pledjfee Support of $5,000,000
Fund for Soldiera
Ohee ** I *7ai latef-jatloaal
y M gcd tha aapport of aia
wnien
?.._5
00* tor thi t oi moa ei
dlann rmony Clo*o,
4 I.l ,,
??were,
. i .
ll ??/???; ., | li addr>-- c.
\ war
fpad, ?"i aaid that *v?ry ?upi.<<<
th* Y. M. C. A -
lfiUr??ft ba i oort f"- the ***?'
tar* ot J' arlah ?'/.''.<r? and aail"'*
Farmers' Non-Partisan League
Plans to Oust the Middlemen
A. C. Townley, Who Is Organizing Farmers of New York,
Explains Purposes of Political Fights in States; Will
Have Distributing Centres in Big Cities
Dstpatekeiafrom Washington witK-\
la*i fciv dai/.i ivdicttte a yrow- >
i*g feelinrj of alarm among the
r* (.;' Congrot* over th* mpid
spread of thc r'armcru' Non-Parti
tan Loagu* m thc Nortkuppat,
'J hr viovement, whirh it Itcadcd by
A. C. Tovmley, of North Dakota,
? tk* latter state at tiie last
election and sent to Cougru** a ?nen'3
paper cartaonist named P.aer, who >
han already attracted wide notice.
Mr. Townley, who is nov> in 'he
Eati fer thc purpopc of organL:ng
ihe farmer, of New York SUtte, %piP ,
ot Cooper Union next Monday
hut, A t the rpqttaat of Th <
BO he hus u-rittiv an article]
tttttHQ forth thc plan and scope cf
thc Farmtrr' Non-Partisan Leagu?.
It follow*:
By A. C. Townley
Ifrad of the Farmers' Non-Partisan
League
Tho Farmers' Non-Partisan Laagaa
has lonp "inee passed the experimi ntal
tho reaeltfl in North Dakota
have shown that?and next year wo
will not only elect our Congressionnl
and stato tickets in that state but -we
will carrj" Mlnncsota, South Dakota and
Montana. Wc will make a fipht in Kan
aaa, N'ebraska and Colorado, but while
tho outlook in theso states ll encour
rifring the results are doubtful just
BOW,
There is no intention at this time to
on other than state lines. !
er or not we will enter national
..re of those thir.g- thnt arill
l bc decided by time. We realize
r the present, at least, we can
? roanlta only by conf.ning our ef
to local movements.
Utei wo nro sure to earry
fall wheat is thfl loeal issue. The
ho raise it have lonp been robbed
by the millers ar.d wheat pamblcrs of
-. This we have Bflt out to
;-top, nnd W* are s-irceeding.
In the South cotton is the locsl Ifl*
:r members are attacking.
? |n Texaa, where we
nre develoning mu-h strenr-th. Ip Col
and Idah.. beel aagar and fruit
are local issu'-s. In Iowa and Kansas
it is co-n.
All Have Same Problem
All of these farmers are up apainst
rohlon thnt the wheat raiflOI
ten up airainst -tho problem of
ing. The nuestion is the
?rhether the farmer raises wheat
oi ,?.-,- ? aagar beets, <>r live*
. whieh all of them produce in
cr le?s me
gx vitally neceaaan to the cot?
ton farmer of fexas that he cet a fair
proportiun ef the scllinjr price of his
. rt as it i*. that the hard wheat
I rodttOar pet a fair price for his wheat.
The same middlemen that have been
..ne have been and are rob
bing the other.
Son* ..:' them pet a fair deal from
?iiniission men or from the rail?
roads. Neither do they pet a fair deal
from th'- BeWflpap* rfl. When crops are
:i oofl BBd all the papers ad- ;
Inamadiat* marhatlag. If thei
farmer shows a tendency to hold his .
,. is immediately branded as an
? |ar. And after tho (
y ?? tha eoiBBJlasloB men are
then he finds that he cannot pet.
middleman geta his goods
, ?r,d then makes an arti!ir:n,l;.
;rico by his mfluenc*. with the
railroads in refusinp cars for thc larm
?r to set his stuff in where high pnces
Pr.hifl yoar.Wfl have had tha' troubl*
matter of BOUtOflfl. ^ ith po
tatoes sellinp at 8.3 << I ' ' ? f"rm
Titanic Survivor to Wed
H. Bjornstrom-Steffanson Will
Marry Miss Mary P. Eno
Invitations have been issued for the
wcddir.P Of Mis- Mary Pinchot Eno.
dMfhter af the late Mr. and Mrs. John
Hr.d H- Iljornstrom-StefTanson,
0f Stockholm. The ceremony will take
place December 12 at the home of the
Baat PlftyseveBth street.
The bridegroom is an officer of the
larda of Sweden and was
. survivors of the Titanie,
. ., on board until a moment
.???. jumped mto the
-,! aftanrard was taken into .
___V
AntoinetU and Marie
aseffaws
_?_?
A Rally Concert for
Negro War Relief
.. Kffi. a.nK
I ol wiill-BBOWn ? "?..,-- j?hn
"-"??,AtC!mL_,?i. **********
': ' ?, Ahbfi MlUhall.
?# iM ealerad vaieaa, under th.- di
?'^^^T<eZi^Z
;i'X.^<.v,ral prominent
*r* alao' will be on hand o ?*
the purpose ef thc ?!????
War Relief. Admi.s.on wttl he
__^_
O. B. James to Wed Miss Krech
Angelin* J. Krech daughter of
Mr. aad Mrs. Alvir, W. Krech. ofl.
r.aat Seeentleth Stref-t. will bfl mar?
ried to Oliver Ilurr James, son OI ***.]
aad Mrs. Waltet n James, cn Nev*m
i,,r '", ln St. Hartholomcw s UBBMB.
Miss Halaa Kr.ch will be her *'?-p"
rnUld of honor, and William A. Kock
Udler Jr., Mr. James's beat man. Mr.
\?mp; ia a mernber of the aviation
,.r. |ofl of th* Hlpnal Corp?
Mua La Farge to Wed Lt.Oaborn
Miss Margaret C. Im Far?e, daughter
?, Mf ?r 1 Mrs C. OrinlU K.rg- of
,.t Twenty second Str**t, will ne
ed to Llaatoaant W-lliam Heary
, ,?,,?,,., 0 R, C . ?""' *t Mr. and Mr*.
William l hOteh 0*bora, on Monday at
1 'VI 0lborn?wl,i U
,r, Th.r. will baa B-aall-W*
a. the bride'a home. Lieutenant
5 ^.chrd tc.the ,07th infan*
try at gparUnbarf, B. <., and win go
lh;r* with hi- hr"'"
they were $1.50 in Minneapoli.-.. thirty
miles away, and thfl farmers cou'. I l
get cars to rnove their produc* ' I
market. Thi*. year I Unow there is
said to be an unusual state of BtTatra
oa tha railroadi becaaoa ?t the flm .
hut it Is a fur.ny th.ng there |
wnys aomothing unusual whe.
farmer wunts cars.
Many Let Potatoes Rot.
This year the cry of tr- I
raised when farmers unable to get
their potatoes into market h->?an to
put them into pits. I*. scared many
into letting their potal '' the
fields. They were told that -?
ice men WOTfl after them aad
did not dare in many InatanCfla I I
Bay chances of gettimr into trouble.
As a matter of far'. thoflfl that i
their potatoes were doing th,- pa
thir.g in savini; food that oth I
would have irone to flrafltfl.
In North Dakota we have had a well
known, defirnte programme of
owned elevntors ar.d millfl. Thll
gramrne has heen held up hy a reac
tionarv Sencte that has made impos
sible the amending of the - ?
so that this project, demnnded >
people, can he carried out. This mat
ter therefore goe- over to 1919. Thea
it will go through.
In the meantinie we. are working in
other State ? and building up our mem?
bership. The daefl-Bfl
now totala 200,000, rhal ?ut of
the reckonlnc many ti ob aada
who are so poor they can:.'
ff, a yea* that wa ask. Origiaalf:
collected two years' doea ia fld*
Wfl found that by insisting on this we
bt-rred from membership many tha* we
very much wanted ln our rar.ks. Now
Wfl take full cash where we can gi I
it, a few months' dues in the cases of
others. and yet others give u? |
datod checks or notes and trunt to luck
to havo the money when the note r.r
check is due. If they haven'' it, the
note or check has r,, be extoaded,
Minnesota farmers are ready to vote
men who ataad with us lato power in
that State. ?? heen rlet I
as much by the Minaeflpolifl cn
tha fanaera of North Dakota. II
thing, they are keener thnn our I
in North Pakota for fl ehflBgfl in the
existing conditions.
Will Have Stations in Big (ilie-.
They apprecinte that ever.'
must be sor bv which they
and not non-rrod leers will get thfl ben?
efit of their labors.
I know thfll thfl city man is inclined
to be aheptieal of the result-. of our
noTement, He i i :.)'' to ? '-. how we
will diapoaa of th" prodoct o
Htute-owiierl ini'i- when dre hava them.
We ara not worrying aoont thfll
BOW. Hut when Wfl get. r'-ndv we will
have our diatribatiag r-tations right
here in the big < ' -. Wfl will come
when we are ready tO COfBO.
It may bfl s.'i't thal thia h non
aenaical. Perh?pa. Iti*,aaamatt
cold, fact, no more nor.sensical than is
tho diatribatioa achflme now used hy
the (rrarre. **i They have so
eeatraliaed ahippiag and diatribation
that thev nlway gflt a fair priro for
their fruit and the public fll'
fruit nt a fair price.
The prflflfliag nefld of the moment,
however, is some way in which thfl
farmers of the Northwest may ob?
tain mor..'\* to finnneie next yr r'
rropa. Coatrary to the popular belief
in the Kast, the farmer is not nadfl
wealthy by |2.20 wheat, In the first
place, he does not get that price?
all we get in Nor*h I>akotn is V St,
the flxed prlCfl belBg th* bnsle. Vf.r
for deliveries nt cer.t-nl points. That
f.houbl not exist. The gOTernment,
BOW that it is the only buyer. should
much for wheat Ifl Oafl place
;.- aaother.
I am going to ask that the govern?
ment do aomflthlna for us in the mat?
ter of Baaaeiai II lt waa!
wheat acreaf it had thia year it will
ha-.e to provide iom? b raiaing -
the money for aa. Thfl banha can
pive us no more, and pend
.. * ... do not flfl* how
ran esraro rodoelBg acreaga by per?
haps _:. per _
On the Screen
"Lizzie" Is a Pleasing Screen
Adaptation of '*Our
Mutuai Friend"
A sceen adaptation of Charle*, T>i<-V -
ens's story, "Our Mutuai Friend.'1
ahown ye terday by the Alpha
matic Pilm Company. Thfl pict-ir?
centres about Lifllifl Hexam and K i
gene Wraybarn, aad rr.ply
"Liizie."
A novel fea'ure nf the picture is thfl
dialoiruc which is iBtrodaced, not in
the form of printed sub-ti'le*. hut
spoken by the "v.rx humana." 1'tiring
tl.e difllogae the rieture ?lnnds s'il!
and only resur? i with the
allenca as bocom nl drama.
Tho picture ifl flTfll] done and the
duces
Mieodemna Boffln, Mortimer Lighl i
Eugena Wraybarn, Bradley Headi
Chariey Hexam, i leare. aad little Jea*
?
It seems, however, that the method,
if used Witl mirntion, might
srem to omolati tho "movie" pest who
insists on readii g the titles out loud.
j What Is Going on To-Day
rrn* UtAmmWm ? ? ? *r?*-1 aa Mflt*mi nf Nal
?-..-.
t nrtlf "| ? i ,'i-r .- .
I, mra i !? .? ? i M M? MtUsri "i "fleai
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DlC'l II ? ?
!,.??- bj H ? I I'
_ c i BflfllaB, II.
[? m
li BliC LB tt M ' Of f**-" POAMD Of WOi -
cATKUf, i u p n.
MANHATTAN
-ammmame <** lh' ,'''-!,; "*'"'' -_???_
**** ,,' , ia**.. aaar Bm
??'. B^bif." r.- a C _?f - P*
"
lr.1 *r?
???^i.?r'_i.l ? ? I" '' '?'n *>!-'*-T ?' '?
*****an**o> ntoatla*,. Ii
?v"_ v~v U ':?...?
v H:??-?'
..___*!__ "jTbuiuI <-*'*"'' '" l:" ,''>1 <* WV.
"*g*** . _| JU, r. IW-M-ol 1 1
-,-iir i'n"Nx
maamm jai ' Jtaaxmwtt
-?r*u: ??
if'
?,.?,'???* ? . 11...
M llu
0*4 ">_? "____:. ." ,..:???'
K?i ii<<i wrrra.
Xl^^.A'X^^t.-. ?
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..
Hylan's Cabinet
Plans to Abolish
"Unneeded Jobs"
Seeks Special Legislation to
Clean Out Many Boards
and Bureaus
Thfl ? ef the Taranar;
? May
t John P. Hylai' yeaterday at thc
' ?
? 3 for a cor.cen
trated drive on the "ui.ncce -sary job:
bol lera" ia 1 pi . -'?'ern?
ment at.d a general rtorgar.iiation of
the eommittee* and bureaus now at
tarh.ee te tha ? mate. The
.'
?limiaati '?' I l*r? ar.d fur?
ther the c af the
Incom ? bb was a.so a
subjee* ' riou* considerat-.on.
Btor Robert P. Wagner, who will
have eharga of thfl new admli
lativfl procramir..' at Albany,
held an extended conference. arith the
Mayor-flll et prior to the BMBtiBg
:., w Board of Eatiauat*
'.ation
taward pn. lateipal o*ra?
?
Ti.miiiany city cam-,
?
'
ftdmifl ? -il he thfl abandor.
County Conrt Bona* "n th* i I
i oort
? '?? At the
-omc plan will be sought
? .. prop* r-y. which n.
the city of
? a- be nl
i far tho jiew atrnetara as
?
tion b
:? prac
. : the
incomii ?:n ,hc
thal pur
?
the intention of tne
?
, most
? d bnreao
with '
whieh ' " un;.
? ' '
? l ln
- '
nt Hoard of
?
the fl ' ''' f"r '''''
. con
1 with
-. ii iu.v
io, eonaidaratioa ? rafoaal , oy the
Hoard ? ? '-"i-'.y to hold
ninety - antil the m<
ileet' ***** -*? !
? '
t roeord
Roi rd of '?'?
Board
Aside from '
riven. the subject matter of their let, ,
f,r may be anmmad up ln a few a
wher " e0ti,?n
thlB Jbelr exelu
atatate. I
?'?
?
al Of th.
Of munie-.pnl public
thal -? - ? ? v r.
... ,.- thi* mitter. In aakiflg ror
mind. m *t_t*d in our
tter, the conditions ^rasult-l
lrJ from Uw proaeea on oi tho war
- ????ct upon the price ot labor
and material. and th* ieranirement of
?lernlly. eonplcd WltB he
n npon th. "; th*
ito* or
?- Itam* :n ?*?
l
- in t
member*
of th?. B mate. Pf nb h
; 1 ' ' ,'
i
a ' ' -l *********
ree of one t.. recommi
l tho alimiaatioa or
?ol.-. under . .
The Board of Al lermen bow bm tne
budget und.-r eonaideratlOB, and -t may
,,' incr-a.e
Th" action of the board,
,vor, ; te thfl approval or n 'o
i . .i
I ointatad out that tne
. i i?r whirh
would
mea bera e1 ta
'
ildbedoni
with end that th* 1 ard of AldermeB
i.rommrnd the-.r elim
Th* rarioua boraaafl connected with
thfl B ' ***** "-' '
' 'W
?
"
Boi rd 0f Eatimata ls eonl plal .
yea
terdaj to
'
lat* for Governor b"*/*"* .??
? timP
^denergleaouringthenesl
to the duties of the < ' . "'?
U. S. Milk Board Formed
Is to Report on Costs January
1 and Fix Prices Here
The Bew PeJeral M ? i i ibIob.
la to awhfl -*-i lavaatlgBtioB of
of milk product. ? itribs
I a prlee fer rrr.lk in .N'ew
Tork < ity, d-gaaiied yflatarday. Dr.
W II. Jord '" " st"-'p
lt*fricultunU Eaperimeat Btatien at
,.,, \. Y.. an! rerardi
foramo ? authority la '*>' ***
nnimnl nutrition, wa? eho**B ehair
tnan Frank \V. Btavan* wa* made at-'
? r ? -'re commission.
The llBt hearinp will be ,i
?v....--. NflvoflBbat -'?'>. la City Hall.
The commission is to have its report
completed by January 1.
a ? -
John J. Boyd
SOUTH ORANOE, ,\\ J., Nov. 2*.?
john J. Boyd, a .N. ? Torl ?agiaoar *nd
eontractor, di?d at his home here to
r!?y He wa- bOTfl Ifl W**l Vo.-k Citf
forty-s:x yOBTfl BgO. II.; wa* OBI I
! members >.f th l First
. on Nfl-al Miiitia, N*w Tork, snd
oroa * former president of thi OfBBg*
Lawa TaBBia ClBb. He was a member
of the New Yerk Yscht Club, th* F.siex
Coaaty Coaatay Cluh *nd th* Ameri
c?n So?i*ty of Mechani??l Engin?*r_.
II. .... bifl wife, on* son and ftui
daughtcrs.
Dr. Karl Muck Faces
Ban in Pittsburgh
Exclusion Order Follows Re
fusal to Permit Dr. Kun
wa!d to Appear
'nee]
PITTSBURGH, Nov. 22.?Dr. Ernest
" 'he ('.ncmniti
? ' ?.-..... barred from
eonductinf* a concert in this city to- !
? Dirocter Rabbard of th? Dopart-1
af Public Safflty I -.rr
? hiie it had
been a I that Dr. Kaawald was
not at [flt, afl had been |
renor*' : -ars to be an Austriaa
'
In rflfaaiag to permit the appearanc*
of Dr. Kunwald, Director Ilubbar !.
r, o.i I Pflfaflfl a permit tat
; ? ar.nour.cinif that
: proridfld r.o Gurrnar
; laya l aad that Kaawmld
i r . ndactoi Local
ad thfl con
. . ? thoy were unable. to ob
- in '.nre.
Dr. Koawflld la Bd Austrian
eltjr. Frita
? rst, tt'.d according to
? ital aed bv Hubbard all
other Austrian" na arill be
i from thfl eh meani.
I li ton
ra eoadactor, wiU
ermittod to appear here in
Januar
-?
Mexican State Gives
Franchise to Women
?" <' uroapoiuieiMia]
WASHINl rON, Nov. 22. The of
Iftzieaa Neara Bareaa made the
following announcement to-day
"For thfl Rrflt time in the hi'tory of
women are permittfld to vote,
itfl of Gaaaajaatfl enjoyiag this
i.-e. The Bflwly julopte.l cor
' that stat. ? afl pri-rilflgfl
of auffraga in all nnnieipal mflttera
.?tion being
riust be of reputablfl char
"Soeh aleetioaa are to be held short
. i the malfl portioa of the popu
iteomfl with
l
"The ncwly adopted national constl
? |?- ' | ? womaa aaf*
ition pi rmlta it.
I hfli a*. ye* been mad< in a aa*
I .t [ha Statfl of Q
of granting
kffa ri 11 is bfl*
t will
ba followed Ib ?***?? state*.
such flfl 1 leatBB. for example, which
has shown itaelf verv advaaced ln thia
II aa ia other rea] i Urat
ied m
Ifl the
.
PLYMOUTH ' 'fflffi1
p-f.i:f THE STAR GAZER
PONED joiIM "'. ii \i:i r - IH"M tn
tii.l ! ? r. w ti tihioo,
MllM> W
PLAYHOUSE jj
Grace George
ll lll'.MlY III RXSTBS"- GBEAT I'l.AT
"L'ELEVATION"
(The Helghts)
,_Tli CT New B'__f !"?
4olHM.\',, rom'"** i__ii_a.*ina.*:>s
"RARE HISTR10N1C
FEAT.'?WORLD.
Drew Illington
^S^THEOAYLOBDQUEX
COMEDY: , ' _7S
.^WASH'GTONS.. PLAYERS
l"*B*7-_r , m<; own-ACt ri.AVS
Zone"; "Th* Av*nu?
lillnil
llii W'dow'a Husband.
/-Aciwn " ? I ?' * "' **' "___ _
OH, BOY
Mu_*.*?l
MATIM i TO-MORKOH fl"
NALD BRIAN
i, ,. ~. '-??
t:\tHA b.%t i ?i \nkm,i\in<..
SECOND EDITION
HltCHY-KOO
U FtWMOvn HiTf BCOCK,
l..r. K Hllil ? ?'" '? ..-_
,,-,,V RBBOL, >?**???'? BOBDON1
i mrmegla HaB, "*nt. \(t.. Dflft I
m i un IS KK ITM.
HEIFETZ
\.-..|l,,n 11.11. Oaa. ".fl., N"V. Mj *' *?
toe GOGORZA
Bar?a.
\mWt\n HaH, Tht* aiWj*___a_j>J_
W RE1MERS
? alma X** _*_* ' **
SECOND BILTMORE
1 mG*%aV *********> il-.;; BUt-flra
n*n ? ?""'
Kreisler Kalna
MM, nriioi.ni
Namara Ganz
laata, t*\ ai
:. 1". Jihn
i Box
_
ii.ll M..n \fl-. *<"V. '"? ?? 3:**'
IU';: ; M-MtlK. d.AKA
?. rt__a OabrllowltflOh at th*. P!?n->.
[gt. B. E. Jahneiea,
c_n.e-i- niui. ta-mfw Claa.1 ***. ?t n-o.
KREISLER
| Bl la St?lnway Piano tn*.
i iflMUn nvir.. mn tit* at ana.
Itrm I Afletotefl ny
Bl il.[ _R nnd
n-r M Ufl
_] r.r,'?? nt < 'rr-h.
a ?? gat** ?'?' ' * *'? ? ,T <*-**"*#
__ KITT.
Cheatham
?afl r. kiitm?? PMAwT*. MMH
D, I i pr v _:? Mu'oti a ro Artl*
I ALAIL v, aaaw a n*o Uarw P?
4', _ i. : a Bfi Baa_la Bflrir, teaa
? V. l_dl#r.r)U AHyimiA Mclntyn
RH r KtlTMfl BAM HKKNAKI).
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waTaatfl?ai Km rjtri _ c*.. um*.
R.i /\ docoi aa hikihnr"
ialtI)
A " ln?a*i*?n_U flUlta O'tAMtr*.
,.ra nn** at i A M D-JEt
vnu_vil i V THBAtaa, **ui **-??< r*"
r?V AUTO LOVE
Musi
S1C
Tam o' Shanter" Is Played
for First Time at the Phil
harmonic Concert
l (.renrpo W. ClUaVataVlek- BVBBphoBl*
I pocm, "Tam o' Shanter." which was
- ii for Ust lumm-r'i Norfolk fes
tival, was heard for the first time ln
Vork last night a* the Phi.r-.ar
: mor.ic concert in Carnegie Hall. Mr.
? :ck amuses himself. and his au
j dience ro less, by playing freely with
Ith* modern timbres and harnonies In
i picturing Tani's ride and tho aorio
- whieh greetad him. The trot
tiag of h;s nag, the daaciag of th* _<?
- ia the churchyard. thc rattlinfr of
th* iholetOB*. th* rr.ad fhflfl* tfl tho
brikjge ar.d Tam's repentance, all are
there.
It is an agreeah'y frank and trans
' parent piece of programmr music. sim?
ply conceive.I and resourcefullv writ?
ten, Savarad s:ron>-ly of Scotch folk
seng. The first Brahms svmphony
?! the programme and i^ibelius's
?The Baraa of Tuonela," played with
-ible smoothness, provide,! a
plaaaaat contrast to the Chadwick
V.'iTK.
Great TorpiJi*. at Aeolian Hall.gave
or.o of the pleaaaatOflt programmes in
many weeks, not alone because of her
diaereat and *_araaaive ua* of h?-r
! linely vihrant voice. but espeeially be
i cause of her interest ng choice of
A Scar.dinavian group, w;th
I lyncs by Stcnhamm^r. Lie a:ui <'hers,
BcrVed Bl a -'-ntnder of the aar
i which th..** Northern eompOBT* b*V*
I rendered to the art-sonp, m makinp
' it more flexiblo and introdueing a free
| declamatory element without losinp
i melodic contour and beauty. Throuph
oat Ififli Torpadifl held her aodiene*
lympathfltic te her novel music. which
included American sonps by Kurt
Sehindler und A. Waltar Kramcr.
Ifl thfl afternoon Henry' Kiehheim
and Sam Charles a*V* a recital of
modern French music at Aeolian Hall.
to he douhted whether this mu'ic.
aapeeially tho eharming Debussy sonata
for riolifl and piano. can stand their
blunt and litaral tyre of playing. and
ally fhe fraqB*at roughness of
Mr. Kiehheim'- bo4*v_
"Auto Love" Opens at
The Yorkville Theatre
The Yorkville Theatre last night pre
? | }| .1,1 and her company in a
,,.? v thraa-aet operetta. "Au'o laov-."
with IjrriCfl by Alfred Sch..enfeld and
mnaifl by Jean Gilbert. Although the
jday Ifl in Gonaaa, it is taken from a
skctch written by two French writers.
Oorges Berr and PI*IT* Decour.-elle.
The *ction conccrns the adventures of a
young couple who on their marriage
ev- are parted by tha muiual diheovery
Bf i Bfl lovea, The music is lively and
interesting.
BI10U. te* I II MVa TSU'W. W??l . Thankas'l
nDDS as, ENDC Kwi?*
U ,,,. W its* Batwort*
BHUBEBT. Ft. s. Ma_ MAYTlME
toogw.Wot t n...4.-? IwlM* ? BB?*?
nnnTH < * ? y ''?'*-? ?rT,' *-m
BlHJln Kl morrom A w I
KVIIIX MAT. FRIUAY. MOV. smh
in iv \ITKK rnAN_aoi>iBO)
BATES POST MASQiERADER
iVW.uKZU-,.W:. The Very Idea
BtwJ** tflhBr*. BM I i M''IT1^*^*?".
MARJORIE HAMBEAU_ ln "-V-0 ?* *****
39THST.;;: fiR."83 K**\\*m
WKAT'S YOUR HUSBAND D0ING?,^_f.'
/.nor *** u . r '* n-waj. tm y * ?
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I.ONuALKr. M,.< r. ? rwm _ Wai I II
DKIK.IITH I.. Tl NF.Kl/l. AND OAf
LEAVE IT TO JANE
.??fAR?""'YHiri3th' CHAIR
MAat B?*B?''B?BaiWU_L_JI ?
,n .aaai ? laa-ri laia ? I - ? -?"-_?
|7^3 MATINEETDOAY 2?
_ WILLIAM FOX frwenbTHrTPAgAQA
IIYHIC Woi*k43^ia1*&:
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popporn BTKA-4BKV. rosnnTOB
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e PACIFIC C0A<
AN PUsflfla TO-M
GRUPPE
Aa?!-'-'i br VIOI.A COI.B, Pianiata.
mon t; 1.4 Ofl * Maaaafl I r. Johnaton.
A NKW ITALIAN OPKRA
EVANDRO
by M_a?atro lauerrlarrl, will be pra**nt?-il at
? I a Ma-lamn laar.len Tha-atra on th*
EVENI.VU OF NOVBMBKR 2IRD.
ilaestr.) Ntro.ia, Dlf_cu,r
COLOR VI.W5
MCT^KPICTUCtS
>l Sl)\ v" 1~\ K. Kl *:*0. S.lM)? ?M1' I
"0.-/A. PACIFIC COAST" ?raSe
UMMUatJ) __-__*, VO-JflSBff AT a:IJ.
,uor,RiiPPF-u
THEATRE flM__raffJ
DU VIEUX COLOMBiER
pi-iEmni- OBM j-.c,1'Bb 0m_tS
Opening Ptrformance
Tuesday, Nov. 27.
B(l\ OFl-TTK NOW OPKN.
H w. i?tfi if*-<-?KMJnr uet.
LUEWS NEW YORK THEA.**!'^
, A ?l 'a. 1'. I' ?< I***- to 1 A K
t4 4, Ml KDOCK In "glrmee. llely tAnlly."
BEAI HART in "Man fr?Di MuiUaiua."
foew7* ^erkaa Roof ;. ? ?? * ,V,
K_.l in'. Orrliealrawlte. Mrk.a-f All ?.aia
A tmiilj'. J*hli a M*- Bufka-i, iK'fria
il,.,., I rr..... * othara. i 18. M. 0*
BROADWAY 2%Tf gSTTu ?*
IioBbl* a--?l.if* ^raarwai All W-ajh.
M'.'-RO.r BAI-lCnT-RT. Tt* H?>t Ba-a.??n."
Tha _.._,i LaJ/.'- *1M. LlUle Zo* llav*.
Egg Supply, Aided
By Prohibition, Is
Now Biggest Ever
Breweric* in Dry States
Turned Into Storage
Houses
More egga now aro atored in the
United States than at any previous
time m its history. The reasor is pro?
hibition.
A canvass of dealers ar.d a survey
Of conditions discloie that there were
in warehousea of the country on No?
vember 1 4,?r.7,-91 ca?e?, thirty doien to
the eaae, as compared with .1.'
eaaoa a year ajro. In New York City
alone Boatiy MS|S0S aaeea ar< itored,
The.r? flggfl, _?>oJ al! of them, ur.
to bo had retau at from 40 to ii cents
a dozen, Bffieoe which range from two
io three cents cheaper than deriag
the w.nter of iSiC. I'nbiassfd ob^erMT*
;ay these ftgurea are rflflOoeaMfl aad
that hour-eho.ders who want to htip th*
food coBMrrfltiofl rafl-reaaeal ihflald
eat e-rg*- cold atoraaa e^g*. ?ad r.ow.
How pr.hibition iacroaofld the na
tlaa'a egg rupply I b>'
P, v". Foy, nn authority Ai he
sees tho .situation, brewers ni
state- gone dry converted
plants into ttoragfl WOfflhoaflflfl. I*''
spring they entered into eomp<'
with the atorage men of the Efl I
build up their new bu*. ?
1 fldvaacflfl to egg aaaa aa high aa
J9.50 a eaae. Adran?i pre*"louely hadl
rangeri around JO. They Ml li.e flggfl.
Hut Btoragfl men m thfl EBflt soon met
this figure, ar.d there (ollOWfld a stage
of cut-thront competition whieh dfOW
tho sprinf lay to the storage plants and.
because of high price., kept it from the
consumer. The result wan s'oru'
plar.ts piled ceilmg high wlth flggfli
with consumption of eggs at its low
est summer-time ebb.
The vast stored supply is now heing
turned over to retailers as faM aa the
public will absoih it; and dc.\>rs in
?list that, contrary tfl reports of illegal
hoarding, the tfBee'fl **fflatflOt dflflira li
to unload i aoaaiBg ef tlu
spring lay, which is u-hered la la Poh
ruary.
lint there ia deep-rooted preju.!;<?-?
agair.st the storage egv, B8)d while New
York (,'ity alone consur ? I cases
weekly, many inslst flfl getting tho I
freshlaid egg, which fetches anywhere
l'rom 10 cents to a dollar . dOBOB j
("ould this prejudice be removed, it it
said, thousands of dollars would bu
saved to the consumer.
Indications ar.' that there la no egr;
I'aminr) in sight; that 'he sprinj. lay
wili bc normal if not greater thnn lafll
yenr's ar.d tha' priflflO arr ffliag lO
rulo lower. Fancy eg^., of cour'e, wil'
continue to bring just what the pur
chascr i* willing te l ay.
N F W rORI'l I. K A I) I N l. 1
NEW AMSTERDAM >\. jj
MttJ Tomorrow \ll Orrh. S.hIh II
W?i1.aThur_. 2 l?. ilK-l. s??. Miflit.
Kl.iw A F'Unger i Mm il Co?*dy Trlumr"!
.
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tOlTUA MAT. HMNhM.MIM, |?.\Y.
_____*____/_nctRGE)F r.'f l-hatVorld I
g__iiij_gro7F-E---i_i_.
CRITERION B*Waf * 41 Bt
Bm ? io ii?ui a?t a w?ifl. : j<
Mrs.FISKE
''MADArVlESAND''
" w bi kmm. or ri bb
I?M WHT." r ?? tlaU
aro. CfiUAAi rr* tv-. u? n-*:.?
M. \r*J**r\r* M, , Tomw a w?_. j -??
??I.HF..M PJtt 11(11 \fI-if IV VEABf*."
DITRICHSTEIN
MTTHE attWGgaST-a
KNICKER80CKER. R'wr.y ?s fll Kt?? * tl
'_?t MU, T<? m'w. | h ?LAST S TlHEa.
ARLISS "HAMILTON"
BBOn HOMMV NK.IIT. H??'* Nrr'*'
EUAN0RPAJNT?R
\ht \m> ori'imri mi V."
f
HARR1S ?..-,U,-. /
"WfTTT _ri_Z_S-S_ZS!-C
BREAKS ALL SPEED LAWS
LOSING EIOISE
heNau.htyWi,
'.'. II' -if. NIOHTLT EBCAPADI II
I'RKAT- a MILLION LAL'UHH
"llHI.htfnl fitno wlth ? rirrtrrt
T.AIFTY '
Alexandra Carlisle ?
rn I \'<KI\'i;TON 4TSBR 'uMlliV
The Ctuintry Cousin
LIBERTY S&._*-r*>.*w?*i
LAURETTE TAYLOR
ln J .'i ,-.?? ri New C .m-tr
"THT. WOOING OT IM,"
Notetrorth) '????' ln* id . \. r \s?o\
Ufean* M?r T.rn'w Ir ,?. A M f *1 :/) II
THE PUPIL9 0F I8A00RA OUNCAN
THE BARRERE LITTH SYM-HONV
UlLASCO^i^-SCTrfg
DWI1) HKI.AMI <) , r - u
Polly With a Pasf
F\TK\ MVIINKK TVRB., BOT. *7.
HE LANDs^JO
"Th^ orrmlr-t lianring ??hov? >. y. ||a,
?TC 3_"i/ALV?RDE CONChRT
FULTON ;' ,; "J' ./;;* v ?*
"Kril Rloorlril Ani.-rir_ri Mar.*'?J?ar__l
"BROKtN THREADS"
FREOSTONE t"6*}*
r.r*. % t* Mlllo**.
JACK O' I.AVTEK*" .. ? A BM, .
manhattan be r. tt K
IN f75
2***
YEAR
M
LCKMB
flMMi
pne? tn a s.t m*i %y i. w?i m?i H*H
"?\TK\ SIlTlNKr 1IHM.v,H|\i,
A'.*w* 304> ft?K4 bi Ui? UrrlM*i(ri tt (1 Jl
a:.r?pt "aiurd*/ \'k" .s. t>. ,r k??K *>
hKATh N HKKKM IN AIIVAM F
u
HIN
HOW
fctT, >TTH_|
? HIPPOOCOMf
s?f. b?
?
^
ro oa*.
ItrU
?*?M
?U HIP HIP HOORAY GIRLS
Geraldine Farrar Delrghtt
Again as Cio-Cio-San in
"Madama Butterfly"
"KaAMBi BatUl-T" wa* -un* I-.-I
? at thfl Metropolltaa, and ? larg*
aud.ence was of caaraa m?d* happy.
Wa.H not Mme. Geralaliaa Farrar ap
paarlag as Cto-Cio-Saa, * part from
4vhu-h nhe - , . . ..- Irist ounce of
eoncentrate1 *u.-:?r? Ar.d don't we
? cr much we m*y ir.
I t'li.ty, thc autcnty, of
art?
MflBB. Farrar waa i:i -nod?r_t*ly f?od
II] - ef Si_nor Scotti
no conimer.dat. > -..and
rma ia a aincer*
ind b Oviag to the
eont.nue.i ir.iiijpoaiti.-ri af Mr. Martin
l'aul part of
Piakeitaa. I *..n_ th*
I ni aaca laat year ? d 4.,,n f_\orabl?
i-omincnr. Fro:r. ? m ;'. Iu.it
*' il
; not b- niiiile hit permaaeatlv.
Bl one, is
and he
?huvis at leaat I I Btl flf *"t
, \ ijtor
liag of
-..re.
Wh lay of thia
moat pe raa? tt
,i
? of tt ,-m
Paeciai, lika 1* ? moatat <?f
i, aa ni "11
? ,
houac.
he ent.
'I la )V~,a?r
i< r i- .. ?...
, P.aaUl
. ?? I4.**a
a *
? 4
?rl
1 '.tt llu.- '
> I
Grant B. Scltley
PAl I'l! ' <.r?nt
B, S. : N nnd
philanl . ? -. i I." r.?
?... ,i Ba
, aoflBfl time.
II > araa aroflilaoBl iarlag '.he panic
' thrOBffk the purchaae nnd mh
ibflorptioa af ?h? T<nneasee
Coal aad Iron . tha
ratiOB, II.- vs..- BBfl of thoao aiiin
' '.'. ar Before
thc 8 Judiriary,
which .1 tha affaira of the
.
Ha w?- born in Chaalaavtlte, H, V.,
Ki a Tori la II10 t<
>rd*r depaitBM Bt
of the Amer an 1
? ?ATRBI ami - i i i i - - i:i
_ Irl P I R F
_ ra r i n c ,, .? ,. n ia
MURDOCK
"THE THREE 6EARS"
HARRK v' ?
M ll PAl TIIK \<i \k TAX 1
Ihe Sm.rl.,1 C'.tifir Hit ia fown
J.0SIN6.1015
i.i.i \ r i v--!
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| I. H ,.. I ,.'.. k* lt>
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-riip \ I I. Ml I uli
l nt i iu run ii
PIPES of PAN
LYCEUM
.1
1) \ \ 11> Ml I \-< .1 ,,ra--a-r,la.
TIGER ROSE
ELTINGE i ? u
Business Before Pieasure
v.itl. llarn*r Ma-rnanl i?.l Mr,?,><)>-, ( err
REPUBLIC
[__ClMirj_i__CT33
MTTH vs \I... -i Mi i \?r.
COHAN&MAR^.
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Emmmu
IO _.HOV/_. flT THE
PR'CEOFOhE
608 0nys(jtx.f3*ifi(: 9*%
024 nrst Befct -y '->_100
327 BiBeki OC
OILLINCHAM-ZIECFEI
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flat Sarfyftedoced *Prtt
E.VliW?Y ***r tr.XAAB COKTI
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HARRIS
\>. M'f rin tuK i i\
Tk* L-u-!a 11,t al Ik* Y?ar
L0SING fLOiSE
44 1 I II \ lal i \ I 1 \-l
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METROPOLITAN y,',;,?,?
Tor.p. at I. aa-raca rt Dallla. c a
,r . .4...I VI 4. 'ent
fat a.t. at I, fr4?f?f? la Riail.i \ ,. PaM_t
II a An?*Ua.
t.la. Mala'/-'. ' Man
m. Krc < iawaa-1 . ? * I rmt* Ortiefr.
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Niat Maa al 8. tt..- Mar?S
\
W?*. at *:i?. La Traai.-. . |. VI ? -1 " arpL
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TMANKBG OAV MAT .lii fA-aUaj.
Ka-r.r. Mi 44 aflUE
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