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Heart to
nean?awi
IISIC
The world today is full of unrest. Nations are restless. People
are restless. Conditions are unsettled.
Minds clash with minds. Words that hurt are hastily spoken
and written.
Life jars and jangles in most of us.
The Great World-Need Is Harmony
Everybody admits this. Everybody realizes this. Everybody says
"let's get together."
But we all want the other fellow to get together with us?we
want other people to feel as we feel, to think as we think, to do as
we do.
And, of course, with this selfish attitude, we all remain at sixes
?id sevens.
Suppose we get more in touch with Music
Then we get in touch with harmony itself.
We tune ourselves up to that Something within us that is like the
tuning-fork of the musician?always the absolute truth.
The members of a family, of a community, of the world are much
like a big orchestra. We can play and work and live together in har?
mony only if we tune our lives in harmony with that great tuning-fork
within our hearts that strikes the true note of life, if we will only give it
a chance to sing for us.
Realizing the people's great need of music, especially in these
trying times, the whole city of New York is co-operating to make the
coming week
a Week of MUSIC
Many concerts are planned. Homes are asked to open their
pianos and let them play. People are asked to sing.
Music truly will be in the air.
How many of us will hear and appreciate this music? How many
of us will open our hearts?
The John Wanamaker Store has been en?
gaged for more than twenty years in the dis?
semination of music into the homes of the
people. At all times you have choice, in our
new, beautiful Music Salons, of more than 70
styles and sizes of pianos, player-pianos and
reproducing pianos, and of seven of the lead?
ing phonographs and talking machines.
First Gallery, New Building.
!'!*"'
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H
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OHM WANAii
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Developer and distributor of instruments that produce good music
Broadway at Ninth, New York
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Vi
i c i 11 i ? i i i i ? j \<-c?n\ I ' '? ' I ? I
Udi-h iliiillQ?3IU ililil
Absent Witnesses
Delay Trials of
Bisbee Kidnapers
Prosecution AnnonncesThat
Charges May BeDismissed
Against 3 in Plot to De?
port 1,186 Mine Strikers
TOMBSTONE, AH?.., Feb. 3/?An?
nouncement by the prosecution that
. dismissal of chartes against thr?e de?
fendants because of absence of wit?
nesses was being: considered was fol
lowed by abrupt adjournment of court
tc-day in the trial of 210 men charged
with kidnaping in connection with the
' deportation of 1,186 striking copper
miners and their sympathizers at. Bis?
bee, Ariz., in 1917. The prosecution
requested time until to-morrow's ses?
sion of court to decide the question.
Tho three men -Fred Sandther.
Tarnen Boyd snd Phil Tovrea were to
have been tho first defendants placed
' on trial. Robert N. French, County At?
torney, ?aid that two of his most im?
portant, witnesses against the men were
absent from the state.
Ono of these?-G. E. Kcllog, of Shel
tcn, 'VYpsh. -would testify, it was said
:ti court, that tho deportations were
i-arried out in accordance with a con?
spiracy!. Another witness, Stove
Swedicli, was said to be in the Texas
! oil fields.
Attorneys for both sides agreed that,
whether the cases against Sandther,
Boyd and Tovrea were continued or
dismissed, tho trial of H. E. Wbotten,
hardware merchant of Bisbee, should
boffin to-morrow.
When court opened the jury panel of
123 men was sworn. Those with ex?
emption privileges were excused by
Judge Samuel L. Pattee. The cases of
' Boyd, Sandther and Tovrea had been
set for trial to-day, but the prosecut
! ing attorney objected, seeking to have
151 of the defendants who are accused
in a blanket information brought first
to trial.
The defense objected. French then
1 moved for continuance, which wns
denied.
Judge Pattee's courtroom could hold
but p. small percentage of the jurymen,
witnesses, defendants and spectators.
Indications are to-day the defense
would ask separate trials for practi?
cally all the defendants, which means
;i long session of court unless an agree?
ment can be reached for simultaneous
?rial of a great number.
-?^--?
Hawaii Seeks Chinese Labor
House Is Asked to Permit Im
migration of 40,000 iloolies
WASHINGTON, Feb. 2- A delega?
tion of citizens from Hawaii, appear?
ing to-day before the House Immigra?
tion Committee, requested modifica?
tion of the immigration laws, so as t)
permit tho bringing of 40,0(10 Chines )
? coolies itito the territory for work on
sugar und rice plautations. Spokes?
men for the delegation said Japanasi!
workmen were on strike and that the
Chinese were needed to work the crop-.
No action was taken on the request,
n;:d tho delegation will he given :i
further hearing later in the wt>ek.
Army Reservo Officers Are
Barred From State Militia
i\V? Torlc Tribuna
Washington Ktirrcxi
WASHINGTON', Feb. 2. Until now
army legislation is passed members of
the officers' reserve corps and men on
the regular army reserve, will no; be
privileged to accept commissions in the
National Guard, the War Department
announced to-day. Tho existing lav is
interpreted by the judge advocate gen?
eral of the army as barring men who
arc subject to call for Federal service
from becoming associated with the
state militia.
The ruling has been forwarded to the
chief of the Militia Bureau of the War
Department with, the statement that ''it
.'.ill hold until such time as specific
r?gul?t ion may be laid down by Con
Helty Green's instate Pays
$.">2,98() in Fees in Vermont
MONTPELIER, Vt., Feb. 2. - The
State Treasurer's office to-day formally
acknowledged receipt of fees amount?
ing to $?2,89? from the Probate Court
in settlement of the estate o<* Mrs.
Hetty H. R. Green, late of New York
and Bellows Falls.
Channel Improvement? Lrged
WASHINGTON, Feb. 2.?Construc?
tion of a ten-fuot channel to connect
Mamaroneck harbor with New York
between Long Island and Orienta
Point, at a cost of $103,000. and ex?
penditure of 350,000 to widen Olor.ga
Channel, Pawtucket River, near Paw
tucket, R. [., were recommended to
Congress to-day by government en?
gineers. *
LEE KEEDICK Present?
Sir Oliver Lodge
At CARNEGIE HALL
Mon. Eve., Feb. 9, 8:30, and Tue?.
Mat.,^Feb. 17, at 3:20
'The Evidence for Survival"
Friday Morning, Feb. 13, at 11 o'clock
"The Destiny of Man"
rhurs. Morning, Feb. 1?. at 11 o'clock
"The Continuity of Existence"
Tickets. BOc to $2.00 (pUig tax).
Now on sale at Curnegie Hall Bot
Office.
AT SHUBERT THEATRE
Sat. Morning, Feh. 11, a1- 11 o'clock
"The Reality of the Unseen"
San. Eve., Feb. 13, at S :.",0
"The Structure of the Atom"
Mon. Mat . Feb. It-., at 3:30
"The Continuity of Existence"
Tickets $1.00 to $2.50 (plus tu).
Now on sale at Slmbert Theatre Box
Office.
?Sir Oliver Lodge's American Tour is
under the exclush ?? management of
LEE KEEUICK, 137 Fifth Are..
Manager of the World's Mont Celebrated
I.ect urer?.
Aeolian Hall, Fri. Kve., Feb. 6. at H An
I'nrj Piano R?i-ital bv MAURICE
DUMESNIL
Mgt, S. B Macnilllen, 2? W. 42. M. H. 342S.
T ? keta 75c to $2. Stelnway Fiano.
AEOLIAN HAU,. TO-DAY AT 3.
Piano Recital bv ANNE
GULICK
Met. I/nudon Charlton. Stein? ay Piano.
C?R??lGr?HArL, TO-NIGHT ,55!
ONLY N. T. RECITAL?ERIE?A
HEMPEL
Seats .:? Boi Office, Steinway PUno.
AEOLIAN HALL, TO-MORROW AFT.. AT 3
PTANO RECITAL BY MOLLIR
MARGOLIES
Mgt. naenwl A Jone?. Steinway Piano.
s DANGEROUS Hi
"PARDON ME" z'PPy M'Wlcal Comedy,
t niiwun mu With 12 Girls.
A F OMAN 3 A L I.. To-niarht~at~?175.
LETZQUARTET
I K.REISLER, Qnartet; SC HI BERT (Death
* the Mulden) : BRAHMS, Clarinet Quintet. ,
I Tic*e\4 it Bus OSc? acd of Helen Lot?, 1 W.u St.
^?fmsas DANGEROUS HOURS
AMERICA'S FOREMOST THEATRES AND HITS ? NDKR THE DIRECTION OT LF.E * 3. J. SHUBERT
Eve?
B. w
WINTER GARDEN matVe" ?y5 Maxine Elliott's '.V
MAXINE ELLIOTT
Eve?, piTIMfiP r' '"'?'?"???-?'-' '?'-''? '
m MIGHT AT i, i..
I'nBSK
PA?5INGJ
alfiw
LOllS DE FOB. WORLD: 'A dar,
ziinn n?iv spoctB'^", Pan?? all the r?>Bt."
i4 Positive Sensation ! ! !
was scored last night by
VICTOR HERBERTS latest
musical play, MY GOLDEN
GIRL, at the NORA BAYES
THEATRE. Entrancing
melodies, captivating com?
edy and a merry-go-round of
pretty girls. * * * Mr.
Herbert will conduct the
augmented orchestra.
POP. MAT. TO-MORROW
i? vsiniam Hurfbui "Trimmed in Scarlet"
Then.. ?"? W. of Hwa? K??. P-W.
MUi Tu morrow and Bat.
THF.
pljb
ASK
B'way BTO. 8:1!
,?w A- Sat.. 2:40
BOOTH
^DITRICHSTEIN^
FLORENCE MOORE
BREAKFAST IN BED
39TH ST.
Br Gtwur? Ervilrun
^dn,?t*?fl (or tin- American Stsa?
b> Willaril Muck * Milliard Booth
( harlrn 1 h?-rrv and
Irran<-irw l.arrlmor?
! in th" famouBcomedy
SCANDAL, i republic
Wert <V! ?=t Yrz*
48th ST. ffi?
i STORM 8
B'war. Bw * A0.
ra, & SU. ?.30.
THE SIGN ON THE 000
ELEN
aeKFlLAR
CENTRAL ?,'X*??,?*" -""?? 31
A Sat... --'.IS.
IRENE
BERNARD ? BORDONI
GRACE GEORGE
? "THE RUINED LADY"
PLAYHOUSE
'?ords'-rom
\V 48th St. B?e?. ? 1'
M-, Tira A Sal ' '
ved. ?ni S.
Mi
In ?h? International
Mtislcal Sueco??,
and
AS YOU WERE
VANDERBILT
(
1 VRI?? 4S. W.B'r. Bva,8:15.| Wed.
LI lili* MuTm-.v StSM .2 .'.'...Mat. Jl
Arthur Hammorateln PreBsn'.r.
A Clinru? That Outstrips All.
ith EDITH DAY.
USICAL COMEDY HIT.
SHUBERT 07^AvT.nE.'....tVh,'.?? POP. MAT. TO-MW
'w;iy. Bvea 8:15.
$1.50
| MAGIC MELODY
With CHARLES PURCELL
JULIA DEAN, TOM M'NAL'GHTON, BBRXEE BKAl'MOSTK.
bijou sa,
marr?a?????!
"Mi/Honor Abe Pota/h'':
I? Tl.-ir-?. um) ,:??
Graatact Laitfhlnc ? omedi *
MY LADY FRIENDS
Wlih CLIFTON i'BAWrORD
aOKaACREir; ?, :
> F. r?T CotDStock *. M ir-h !.-?? PrMtol
ADAM and EVA
) "Thoruujhly amaina, capital'-/ ?'t?d ;"
CENTURY T h eITre
' lit-Ml.ll? VU I',
MATINEE TOMORROW. ->0c to i? "
:?;?:f APHRODITE
From the. Theatre I<->y\til*aanc?, Pari?
COMPANY OF 30!) PEOPLE?8 8CENES
CENTURY (,R0VE. Root of the Century Th,
MORRIS GEST MIDNIGHT W.-ilRl
l'ts i! M Best Aft?r Theatre Rh?n li v,
BROADH1 RbT.W.44 ST
ANE
4?U St. K(i. 8:4*.
"WEDDING BELLS"
MARGARET . WALLACE
LAWRENCE an'' BDDINGEK
Mats. Wwl. <fc Sat..
J 44TH ST? Mats. To-morrow 4 Sat. 2:20
G. M. ANDERSON'? ?S*1*?
rivolitieS
r.F 1920. "This Revue of R"v:i-<. '
I IIC SORT OF A REVl'E I'll \T
In "Smilin' Thma?li."
_> BROADWAY M? MM il ENJOYS."?;
ISELVTVN, W. 4">d St. Evs. 8:15.
DONALD I PEGGY : RALPH
BRIAN I WOOD ' MORGAN
In the
I) Ml sil AI
} HIT
fi.
I . .__. .. ?...".?.*.,???.. ii <?? w ,.f H-. '" ' ucliicvfincnt" ? .- AMERICAN SINGERS f
LITTLE THEATRE ?UV&.? U. %!??*?%: s%!h\?cZ Th;-tre> ??lumbU3 ^
> Maw. Wed. arid Sat, a' 2:30. ?
?? MAMM?S?FFAIR garriok :
To-r.lglit fli
Oliver Mor
Presents tin
WITH A.\ ALL STAR CAST. TOLSTOY'S GREATEST PLAY
Moves Next Mon. T?IB PULTON THE POWER OF DARKNESS
CASJNO ^/?T!;l;::-;:;-^i5 PLYMOUTH %Z. \?trr*F?t. ;'
-.IPSTCAl COMEDY EXQUISITE RETURN OF LAST 3, WEEK?
r I ITtPI ?"'? * JIB i?nnil?n JOHN BARRYMORE 'jest"
SCCCESS OF TWO REASONS.
EAST IS WFST
W ? IAV BAIXTE?.
ASTOR?Mats. Wed. 4 Sat. Evt. 8:43
MOROCCO
?l RICHARD BEAINETT
'W FOR THE DEfE^E!
M0R0SC0 ^V^ SPECIAL
special \ TO-DAY at 2 20
MA?lNEES S A'?? WED. &. FRIDAY
JOHN D WILLIAMS Vrw..u
EUCCNE (.. O'NEILL'S FIRST FULL PLA>
!i
VIVIENNE SEGA]
princess ars^Y"1
GREENWICH VILLAGE 7^
Evgs. ? 15 Ma: ? Thursday and Ratnrda
? l?st v.-i.Mi rvki /? !'*.; a1!!? ?ITfcJ
?EYOKD THE HORIZON!
American Tragcdv n Three A ta
Rkharii Bennett hKti-n MioKi liar
Eiv.ard Arnold Lojijo Clos?cr H jl
Ervii;? Alderson Mary Jelrey
Max Mr.7el C.rorqt Rlddrll
L F?LT0N
? PASSION FLOWER B?G GAME -
Wed. iPop.) & Ssi . . 1
THE K1.000
NO UNO."
?N E W Y O R K ' S I. E A I) ! S <? T H K A T R K S \ N L> S L C C E 8 S K S
EMPIRE ffi? ?55? ^?. M NEW ?MSTERDAM^eS^S
pi'Hj i mW MC1NS play p?f> Mats. w?<l- A Sat.. KOe to $2. No HlgfuT
BARRYI/IORE DECLASSEE' ..THE SEAS0N'S 1USICAL TRIUMPH
LlDCHT I FIRST MAT." TOMORROW.
"H irLBs'd?i LINGHAM'S' T,,e Mcssaoer-Tarklnaton Mflodio Gern.
USf*8iT EB?n?AT ' AT0P NEW ARSTERDAM THEATRE AT 11:30
iButfl BUAI 7Jr>cci|| mid
CRITERION ^it?^?^FIi
Another Oti* Skinner Triumph
Oui SKINNER ?pItro?
"Intensely humorous and dramatic' Times
BELASCO
LENORE ULR?C
Jbhrv Drinkwater's
ABRAHAM UKCOLN
Cort Theatre *e?t *a u> st
i.v.. b l."> slmrp M.iTr- Wed. ii Su: .. ;; _
?41': St. i:.' ..ii .- J '-1
i hura ,t Saturda: - --'?
in "THE SON
DAUGHTER"
B> Ceorfc? Scarborough an 1 1 ?avid Belcsco
MCKERBOCKEH. H'way, 38th s- Rvs. S:30.
MATINEES WEDNESDAY and SAT., 2:15.
A ICTOK HERBERT'S Bejt Musical Play,
HENRY MILLER'S ,??^
henrymillYr?^
"?*i
K
FAMOUS
?NCHE BATEST?!
:trij'?1ns effect."?Bums Manl'.o, Mail
GL0BE?4?tpp!eBl6Ssoms
>et?l?r- Jacob)?Le M?
wnli John Cl:irlofl
inert. Star Ccj:.. M?td
j COHAN & HARRIS
ou
DAVID BELASCO pr?senta
?1HU GUURE -23S?-SPi?=
DIGGERS'
tfj-eUler- Isconi-. Le Baron Opere:
lohn Cl:irlofl Thomas.
TSi'.da Ksir.t:;,. Star L'cj?. Mats, Wed. and _ __ _
THBATRK. fc/ACONTSr^annrSl
\\ f-st 42 St UAIETY. li'w ly, 1', si. !/
i S.r. -.: ?.
? i ABSOLUTED??AMAT1CT2V?HPH cko rnwaH rhea., ,- ; ?, E~ m
M. ??rS?H Ma;., wed. and sat.,
?'FINEST PERFORMANCE OF
LAURETTE TAYLOR'S
A Masterpiece In riay C'onatrnction. Career Id ,T. Utrtiej M. .
?JiinoAki ~r?-iH~%^~??"~?-I-T Makers' Best l':?j. Une Night in Rome'
HUDSON Booth Tarkington's ?<? *<**?? <? b? #?
West 44tn St.
X<a 8:45. Mata
Wed. ABat,2:20.
"CLARENCE" standard
Bway A 90 8t. Pop. Price?.
Mut*. To-day, Tvarsdn:
M.aSS/SS^?.o'?Br.SA??''.' ! Mr. & Mrs. Coborn "The Better 'Ole'
TODAY
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON
AEOLIAN CONCERT HALL
MUSIC WEEK CONCERT
OVIO M AR NOVAE S, Pianist
and the Duo-Art Piano
1 ickets Complimentary
No reserved seats held after 12:15. A limited number
of seats open for general admission al 12 o'clock.
The Aeolian Company
29 West 42nd St.
PHILHARMONIC
ft CONCERTB
JOSEF STRAN8KY.Conductor
Carnegie Hall. Next Friday Aft , at 2:30.
ArtUt'"8 . ?AMARA S?P?-ano
Path?tique Symphony, etc.
Camee-le Hall, Neat Saturday Eve,, at 8:30.
Anift111* NOVAES ???*
Beethoven?Wagner
Tiei.-ets at Box OftVe. Feliz F. Leifels, M?t.
I Carnegie Hall, Fri. Eve.. Feb. 18,
at 8:15. RECITAL by MRP. KANN IE
Bloomiield Zeisler
Assisted by Victor Herbert & HI? Oren.
Carnegie Hall, Sun., Feb. 8, at 3
? HOFMANN
^?.^^?JjT. Rgcltaj (Stein ?ray Pjai'o).
Carnegie Half Sat, f7dT?4, at 3
? SPALDING
T
v>olin Recital (Stelnway Piano).
?
B. F. Keith-? ? ? V. I. f i: l? A K t. R
ALACE; -?, hll^?*M*y?
vex. iTUi St. : ;xi rothy Shoemaker & Co,
ts. Dally. 25-111 li-.w-ard & c 'lark Revue
B. J". Keith'? S O F H I E TIC K E i:
j S P A N I S II REVT I
ra.? & iOth St. ! KEI?GAN & EDWARD-,
B. F.
Keith's
St. * B'?i
Foyulur
Pi ices.
n II E HA TBER5
OUQAN A RAYMOND
BROWNING A DENNY
& NORMA TALMADtil? h
"A Daughter of 2 Wk . ,
il_
L?EWS New York Theatre & Roof
Cont 11 A M. ?" 'A :? M. Hiof to 1 A. M.
CRANFORD KENT. "Other Men'a -Shoes.''
"FATTV" ARBITREE. "The Garage."
Loew'j American Roof %?'? *&l
'?SAILOR'S REVUE. ' Shelton I Ail ?-,>
! Brooks S. Georae. Seven Other*. ? ""
I "FA-TY" ARBUCKLE, ?Th. Oarage'' J K>*erver!
Q1PIJO!
LAgayS?rlON
?MORA'S WEDDiNC K?ST
. 100 PEOPLE - ORCHESTRA???OmJ
WAEEACE REID
lu '?Double SpeeiJ."
Chaplin Comedy.
RIVOT.? OR< HKSTRt
~ DOUGLAS-MacLEAN A
DORIS MAY In -What's
Your Hushand Delaar"
KIAEIO ?KI?1?.MKA
METROPOLITAN TUESDAY EVE.,
OPERA HOUSE FEB. 17. at 8:20.
FIRST AMERICAN
APPEARANCE
5'.itrouage of Mrs. Harold F. MrCormlrk
CLOTILDE and ALEXANDER
CREATORS OF NEW
ART !N DANGING
70 MEMBERS OF NEW
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
TICKETS $i 50
H' >XBS ?
PI.l'.-J WAR TA \.
Wolfs ihn Musical Bu i i
Mandelkern. Manag, r
fflETROPOLITAN ?J*2i
Wad. at - Proph?te, tfuzlo. Matxenaue '
C .- is Itothiei Dua, Mar . -i es G . I. B
I Thurs.. Fob. 5. Sp'l Mat." file $6). Butterfly
.Karrar. Incrarn: Martluclll. S, ?-... Moraaz
Thurs. ai H ClM>?atrr.'i Night. Aida ' ! '
Cond l'api Coq d'Or, ?colnej - m
dellus. Gall!; Diaz U.iir Boira. Cond.. 1 ?
Fri. ai S La Juive. Pons Ile Se Ines Ga
Harrold Mardones Cond Bod i '.
Sat. Mat. ai :: Rlgoletto. Barril rdotl
Hacken De Uica. Segur?la, i nd Mora
Sat. at ?. Double Bill, (ti ? ?3.50.) LOraaola
Bast?n, Ardcu; Diaz, s ttl D lur. Paaliaesl.
. i r.ml. Amato. ( jud . Mo
Nrxt Mon. at 8 Samson c Dalila. Mal ! . !
Paru so. Mard ? ' ,hll Cond Wolf!
Thurs., Feh 12, Special Mat. .. : 11 to S
A?DA Mhirr-iiai^MLa^a^a^a^a^Laaaaaal
M . .
Keats
J-IA\'
l SED.
METROPOLITAN g S ? S ?
TUES. EVE., FEB. 10, 815
F O RI NE
tor or Busslan Ba'.lo'.
Ballet Dar
> ER \
F OKI NA
vburW symphony' orchestra
in an Entirely New Program
Tickets $1 t" M Bo ea 130 .-- MO
NOW ON SALE AT BOX OKI M B
LEXINGTON LE*'NeT?"
THEATRE
AVENU!
A s :>
?ist srpt!
CHICAGO OPERA
Tonight a-, ?. --Norma." RaUa, Do! : Bhai
' ?'? ' ??>???'?'i ? Cond , Marinuxzi.
Wed. Nlqht. "Icngleur d- Notre Dams."
rde Dufranne, Huberdeau H ?rnerj Nlco
I? I ?? cari, Defrere Cond Cl urller
Thurs., --La Sonnembula.' Galll Card. - : : a,
Darch. Trevisan Ci nd De Amella
Frl.. ' Falataff." OaUa, Sdiipa,
??riarloiv. Pavlosk* Claesaena. Cond.. Ma
Sat Mat.. ??Louise." Garde i 1
Ci.? ?ufr? ? e Cond ChaUlar
Sat. Nigh?. "Boheme." Herbert, Bone rat
lOsKa I! - l ! az , - , .... u. A .
Men.. 'Thais.' tiardei Fontaine llufraiuu
' a -'?-'. Hi : ? . ,:. ..
Tue-;.. "Luda." Galll Curd Dold
I ?:?-?.:? n-i ? o? il De A igeli?
Sunday Niant Concerts N. Y. Hippodrome.
HIPPODROME NEXT SUNDAY NIGHT
Fob. 8th at ? 13, Foi-.n1 ol Pert?
CHICAGO OPERA CO. CONCERTS
SOLOIST
GALLI-CURCI
with TULL ORCHESTRA OF 100
Prie? il 00. ?I.50. $2.00 and ?2.S0 Srati
Now at Hlnood-omts Bo* Offer.
'f'?^HlPPODMMf
l-AIi-i PRICES, Seat? on ?a!? Tor a weak*.
?OIUMBIA. B'way A 1,:!, sa tw? Dail7|E?M
* BL-HLFSQUE WONDER SHOW jet I
S MARK ijp^
TRAN 11
?WAY ? 4/'th St. JL?^
WILL ROGERS
8?t Comedy. "Wa'ar, Wahr, tvarswhara."
O Henry Mont?KtvtevB
gC4*?0--J?ele?3t*? *}r(.kcstr*.

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