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^T^TTORK'S LEADING THEATRES AND SUCCESSES?-,
EMPlnt Mutins Wed. ?CM S?t.. 2-1?
M0NDAY,APRIL18
Seat Sale Thurs. at 9 A. M.
EIGHT WEEKS OSLY
CHARLKS FROKMAN PresoiUa
iETHEL??JOHN
BARRYMORE
In the New Play
jCLAIRdeLUNE
By MICHAEL STRANGE
6thMonth-Punch & Judy ???E
Every E^e. and Fri. and Sat. Mats.
mws
CLAM KUMIX4?
rititcTs
PUNCH & JUDY ?**?E
PB?! U?T? Mon- Tue?.. Weil. Thurs.. 2:30.
SP L BlAIJ. Friday? ?1 Saturday*?. . : a. M.
MIXED MARRIAGE
* MARGARET WYCHERLY .
Autnutin Duncan. Barry McCullum, Anual?
(McCaMI! H ?'?ion Ma-G re a or. Brandon Peters.
ENTIRE BALCONY $1.00
SEATS 6 WEEKS IN ADVANCE.
? r AIFTY B'Kiy. 46 8L Tn. *?:S0.
& UAICI * Hi? MstaWed..Prl. ABsl.
i FRANK BACON in
iUGHTNir
'"?'(?>:<' ?-.. .. ->?/. S.-.V,.'.V.-,V.>.V.V.<.'~7T?77Tr7
lYTFIIM w- 45 St- Evs- *?- *:3o
Li IrGUiri Miits.Thuri. & Sat.. 2:30
DAVID BKLASCO Presents
INA r2nd"Ye^r]
CLAIRE ?
"THE GOLD DIGGERS'9
ATfry lint-wrnxfii Spark-frit Coraoiy.
NEW AMSTERDAM 8f?_a__%~
?gLA>>.?;.a-011.1 .iN??g>M-:?c<;fi;iD mstiswwwatg
M?T5?N?D tSATlO^$25?r1
/ Hw*r?
WORLD-PEC ORD-BQEAKING
MUSICAL COMLDY SUCCESS
LEON ERROL
??
^^wl^ss?^
riNEW AMSTERDAM ROOF MB
ZIEGFELD NEW [gfp^1
ORICIMAL AND OMLY MIDNIGHT SHOW
f 'ft: TOMORROW?MON?NKMtt?c I
I HAX??SHER5 DANCE ORCHESTRA I
1 FROM LOS ANGELE5 1
9 A SENSATION IN ?
L. DANCE MUSIC ?J
^ a-D?VMATlfl?k?MI6;iT
B.F.KRITH'S
Cil?brat?d SUNDAY Concerts
^^TV:il ?: 25c io $1 Eves. 50g ?o S2.5C
BELLE BAKER
ONA MUNSON & CO.
GORDON i FORO. LOU & GENE ARCHER
and Six Other Keith Feature Acts.
DEiLiAOv* V/Mats. Thurs and Sit.. 2:15
"Full of Charming Eloquence."
Alexander Wooticott, Timei
DAVID BKLiASCO Presents
LIONEL AT WILL
"DEBURAU"
Bv GVITKY. Adapted bu BARKER.
74 Arranccmen? with Charles F. G hr a.)
I
44th5?. E?FSV\Y MCI MRS HEHRY B.HARHS
EVEMIMGS at8:50 MATS WED.85AT 230
RMlP?^ PFUNDES TUE.
'"" '' t?? m U %, MANAGEMENT
S Til 10FCEORCEH.
B THE DISTINGUISHED CAST INCLUDES B
EMMETT COSIS?GANandOUVETELL
AUGUSTUS
THOMAS'
0??A.*AA
KIIICKERBOCKERI^I?
EVES 8 ?5-MATS VEDiSAT
GEORGE rA. COHAN'S
COMEDIANS
- IN THE.
?0.MC0HAH3?
EVE5 ? 5C
GEC8GE *f d>
PRODUCTION OF
WWAT*S ALL THE
SHOOTiN' FOR ?
MANHATTAN ^\?V-WIO? TOMORROW (MON.) MATINEE
?-R1NGING
UP
FATHER at the SEASHORE
M-_ O lir J M.i. in. i. ?I C_ C O.iM.i ra.i ??I t-n nnnr. C . .if.?
SAM H. HARRIS'
SUCCESSES
HENRY MILLER'S
THEATHE, 124 WEST 430 ST.
BVS. ?:20. Mata. TUL'HS. A SAT.. : 20.
LAST WEEK
Mrs.FISKE
"Wake Up Jonathan!"
by HaU-her Hugh*? * Elmer L. Rica.
Direction HAJUtlSON GREY FISKE.
?Veok Arr. 25th, MOXTAUK TH., B*KX,Y3V.
Wviek Ma* id. BKONX OPERA HOUSE
KLAW THEATRE
?I.Mh St.. IVwi of B'waj. Bryant ?787.
K\s?. 8.20. Mats. Wet!. * Sat at 2:20.
EXTRA MAT. FRIDAY
FRANCINE
LARRIMORE
in RACHEL CR0THER8* New Ootnedy
"NICE PEOPLE"
S?MH.HARRIS
JT-t>r. AT, RF \kv>?3t ^S} StrGruort: 6?44
Eves &20 M?5tlne?9 W?3ci ?v S<at*Z20
AAlluN IlcKr.MA.VS COMEDY
WELCOME
STRANGER
With GEORGE SIDNEY
Stated by Sam Forrest.
TEKRY IMIM.ER'S THEATRE?SPEC'L
MR. P I IV1 PASSES BY
:-co.?i.??b? 7CIW ?rocs
IAkhmV UAOOU? LCVty
r**;^-? JOUW mT?ee
?3?w?Vii?pedl?f JUUAN ?inrjbD
B E S T S E AT S
WEf?.-*SAT.MATS>Z??
483
ST
GO?T
MATS M/B? W SAT
9% WEEK OP
THE RETURN OP
IMITE
TAYLOR
?WAX. Ci iVN?TWEWff in, ?
TcxJ ?HARTLEY MAHHERS
Dlrtscttesix A.L.BRT-A3VH3-BR.
TQHORROW EM
TIP-TOPaoa,?
CWWtlS DIllKICW?nS SlASOiTS SUCtTO
Mk TMl BB0?vn BP0HPS.0UflCM ?IDS
16 LOnOOfl Ml ACE. GIQLS ?Ad
UABlAflD DIXO? as"TIP-TOP'
?S globe theatre
MATINEES WED &. SAT
L ASTdRE AH? irlcWE E KS
T* EADTi-fS GREATEST EnTElTWIirttilT
I Bq R U BURriSIDE
ft?c bu EatjroocKl Hubbell
AT THE
SB
?
nmmi ?ahy <\oq
500 ?xoo oecw. ? '- '
SEATS EVERY AFt
EXCEPT SATURO?
BROOKLYN AMUSEMENTS
UK THEATRE
SUNDAY EVE.. APRIL 17, 8 SHARP
A Million Dollars
Worth of Stars
BENEFIT
ACTORS FUND
POSITIVE APPEARANCE OF
Met. Flik?
George Arils?
Helen Wars
John Drew
Jeanne Eaqel?
Corroan Trevor
Laura t? op? Crew?
Herbert Corthell
Francine Larrlmsrs
Grant Mitchell
Ann Andrew*
Tom L ??<?,
Blanch? Yurka
Alphsn/ Ethl?r
Edmund Lew?
John Crslg
Catherin? Robert,
Paul Evrrton
Fred?rlck TrusJdoll
Frances Starr
Frank Bacon
Alice Brady
Robert Warwick
Adel? Rowland
Conway Tearle
Ada Mae Weeks
Maclyn Arbuckls
Beatrice Fairfax
Edmund 8ree??
Oliv? Wyndham
ano
Merle Madder?.
Robert Ama?
Marc McOermott
Alice Fleming
Robert T. Haine?
Charles Althofl
^^^^^^^^^^^ Bartley Huntingdon
??tucXtI^??! Pl'ly, ?nd Travestit??
?n.,T"'^GLE'" "LOVE," "THE RE.
COIL, "LOVE & KISSES." "THE
MAN," "IMITATIONS."
The Most Remarkable Array
of Stars in the History
of Brooklyn
PRICES $3 TO 50c. NO WAR TAX.
Seat? oa sal? Wednesday.
Personal Manaaemeat it Danitl Frohmaa.
?taaed by Alaxauder Jiajiiwlcn.
ua?a!as FRI.AFT..APR. 15 **
a I
CO.TTLOW
PIANIST.?ONLT N. T. RE?7TTAL TBT3 SEASON. I
Met. Harry A Arhur Culberison. Stednway Piano.
AEOLIAN HALL. MON. AFT. AT 3, APRIL 1 O
BONO P.ECITAI, BT 10,
KITTY BEALE
Seata Now at Tiisx Offlc?, TSc to $2. Mason & Hamlln.
Management Metropolitan Musical Bureau.
;a__:an SAT. EVE., APR. 16, ,??,
K/uty New York Appearance?JEROME
RAPPAPORT
THE WONDER CHILD PIANIST.
BROOKLYN AMUSEMENTS
SHUBERT-CRESCENT
Matinee? Wednesday & .Saturday
Week liesitininK To-morrow Eve.
GEO. M. GATES presents
" Amerior? le<sdin<$ Irish Slnfcr *
tmim i
IN A ROMANTIC 4P
IR19H COMEDY .*?
HEARTS Jf
_^?r? *
"WFFK the'??.maktfst of* MUSICAL
"ir*' i COMEDIES
april! PRINCESS VIRTUE
_ ; With a Notable Oast.
8. ? GIRLS. GIRLS AND MORE GIRLS
Subscriptions Bought, Sold tnd Exehansed.
OPERA I METBOPOL1TAN
FOB ALL PERFORMANCES.
ALL TARTS OP THE HOUS?.
TICKETS
M - ?. ._ Al.I. 1AIU3 SJB AUX? auSJOM.
4loo | Jacob's Ticket Office
F3.TZF.oy ? Narmaa?l? Natal. B'wtiy A ?1Mb *M.
Circus reserved seats and boxes
BROOKLYN AMUSEMENTS
?
lull. ?.Hum
Concerts Sunday, 2:15 & 8:15. Week of April II
DOROTHY
I JARDON
B8 with Jerry Jernlgan. Accompanist.
BROWN MARGARET
& O'DONNELL PADULA
WOOD & | BERT
? WYpE REVUE I LEVY
m Jordan Girls | Alexandria | The Rials
1 WHITING & BURT
MAJESTIC fes.,
Week Beginning: Tomorrow Eve.
WILLIAM HARRIS Jr. Presenta
The Exquisite Comedy
EAST
IS WEST
By Samuel Shipman & John B. Hjrmer
The -great success of Two Seasons
at the Astor Theatre, Manhattan
I TODAY TWO KEITH CONCERTS
WEEK
(Herself) in "CORNERED"
Eulton, ??mith and
Loew's METROPOLITAN -tas."
Entire Week April 11th
The Stage ?and Screen Favorite
MAE MURRAY
In a Romanee of New York's Nicht Life
"THE GILDED ULY"
Mon,, Tnes., W?*?J.. April 11. 12,
"A TIMELY REVUE"
A Musical Comedy J?lir*.ht
in Five Scenes
?Thar., Frl., Sat.. Sun., April 14, 15,16, 17.
HAZEL GREEN
& JAZZ BAND
ZELAYA
FISHER A LLOYD. WARD ?ELL &|
DONCOl RT, RYAN A WEHER, YALDA A CO
KAKY A KAKY. ; and Others.
MAE Ml'KKAY IN PERSON THCRSPAY NIGHT (April 143. S*.30.
??AMERICA'S FOREMOST THEATRES AND HITS?DIRECTION OF LEE & JL J. SHUBERT
The WINTER GARDEN'S
Greatest Laughing Hit
ASSIMG
WILLIE ^EUGENE
MA? IE DKESilCR - lO?QTtWS
?>Acronr J C MU.f-FMAN
\WBXCitUB5tf JtM??5?m
EVES. 8:15. MATS.
TUES.. THUR. A SAT.. 2:15
MNMHT
SUNDAY CONCERT
ALWAYS rtf BEST
SUNDAY .ENTER
ftwnoassadotss
6VEJ.6'30 MATINEES -WED- J.v ^?ClBCLCflZBa
?zoe* (Mwmm.
TAISStTW
??,? __.;^ro
FRED HtLL?BR ANO ?
Mabel Witlifs, Marmrlr Oatrsoti. ?Stewart Balni.
-NEW YORK'S l'ltF.TTIKST (TlfUlS
29TH ! THE SURPRISE COMEDY
WEEK? HIT OF THE SEASON
L=
John Golden
Hit and Run Series
LIGHTNW
_ i
?lui -? We,t 'Mth 8}- Et"*- ?t *:-'?l
llllC Mat* Wed, Tlmrs. i Sat. a: 2.30 i
^l5-r Yearl
by FRANK CRAVEN
Republic S? 4&d% S5S iiiS:
C/^C? /,a/?i/? anci
//?L? HAMILTON
in ?
Z)ear Mel
EVES 6-20-iV.ATS THUC5-5AI'
7ZtCfiAtylN6 AEROPLANE //*/
7^1
C/i^tf S ?V?/iV YORK /T~S ? - -
? BfGGEST fHR/LL
ftDCCftlUfiftU VILLAGE Eva. 8:20. Mats.
UnCCn fllOn THEATRE.Wed.&SaL, 2:30
Begin'g I "HUBBIES' DISTRESS
TO-M'W &REVIEWt?hfe CLASSICS''
NIGHT
OPERA COMEDY DANCE
Direction of Edward l?tt.
"TO-NIGHT"
GREATEST CONCERTS IN NEW YORK
?TFNTI?RY Theatrs. ?2<* ?t * Contrat
tL1,lu"' ParK W. Ptmne (nl. ?"0(1
& HER KINGS OF SYNCOPATION
?O OTHER STAR ACTS *| "*>
? <?? I.mm SEATS AT SI no. I?C
ALWAY8 THE BEST SUNDAY
ENTERTAINMENT IN TOWN.
PRINCESS
39 m colT-JAY irte*?
?AT*j DvEOefW??B
"VANDERBILT
THi?rRE-^-MLiaSl
Seat* on Suit .. >. ... n, Hucau
EVENLNliS AT 8:30.
MATS. WED. ?Sc SAT AT 2:30.
?PHONE 134 BRYANT^
ELTINGE
W.4-2?? ?TR:
MATT WEP.?/SAT f ^H
^??fjfnfiy
A-'
WU?KtSe
?nd CHARL TOff
AN08EWS
CASINO
WATS WED & SAT
B'WAYe39THSf
WILLIAM
(VIOORE
PATCHX
MODEL
COMEDY
BACK TO
'NORMALCY
BESTSEATS
^
mjcot a-32n4.it. ev,j 0:30 Vr*3y??t ti'1
matj. we O?**. SAT. -a:50J?KTa^ "^
WlI_LAB-*.iO MAC??*
"SMOOTH AS SULK"
CtMTI?gTAl<NriEnT THAT KEgPg* YOU t- /a. O ^* H I/N ?3-_
NEW YORK'S 2 GREATEST DRAMATIC HITS
MAXINE ELUOTT'3
"SPANISH
LOVE"
MOROSCO
"THE
BAT"
SEATS FOR BOTH ATTRACTIONS 8 WEEKS /.Y ADVANCE
S HU BERT??wem T?ES. HE., at 8:30. ST... ...
Jk MARGARET A
dp ANGLIN *
The Trial of *
JOAN OF ARC
"RARE EXQUISITE SPIRITUAL BEAUTY ... A VOICE LIKE MUSIC ?
Mrs. Fisk?.
"THE SENSATION OF THE DRAMATIC YEAR."?Robert C. Wehh.
"AN ELECTRIC SHOCK?IRRESISTIBLE AND FELT TO THE VERY MARROW
OF ONE'S BONES."?A Ian Dale.
tf
WINTHROP AMES
Pr?tent?
GEORGE
?H.
MREEN GODDESS
by W1L?AM ARCHER
BOOTH TMEA.
EVS. &30 MATS WED.-SAI
LURUMlf Ht Mats. Wed. & Sat. 2:30.
SAM H. HARRIS
GRANT MITCHELL
"THE CHAMPION"
by Thos. Louden & A. E. Thomas.
(Staged by Sam Forrest.)
Brock Pambsrton'i Succmss*
g??g.s Miss Lulu Bett
DLLlllUlt 1 S:30.Mts.Thr.*SaL,a:S(
TB^y GILDA VARESI Tf-w
tenter Madam p,
NORMAN TREVOR "*-*
FT II TON W' 4Ct" St- E" *'30
AUL, I Uli Mats. Wed. A8at.. 2:3?
GOOD SEATS AT BOX OFFICES
PLYMOUTH 1L?TA ET &?
SAV/ H. HARRIS offers '
LITTLE
OLD
NEW
YORK
By REDA
JOHNSON
YOUNG
(Staged by Sam Forrest)
SHUBERT-RIVIERA ^.t^?.
Evf-nincrs S :I5 Good Orchestra Seat? $1.00
ONE WEEK Beginning TOMORROW NIGHT
I.EE SHUBEKT Presenta WILLIAM
O D G E Er
"THE GUEST OF HONOR"
Distinguished Cast Include?;:
WILLIAM h. THOMPSON ANN DAVIS
FREDERIC DE BELLEVILLE JENNIE LAMONT
and ?'tilers.
Week April IS.UP IN MABEL'S ROOM
Today?Sunday Concerts?Continuous 1:30 to 11:30
A(T A n 45th Street and B'way.
? I U 11 TWICE DAIL?.
OPENING MATINEE TO-DAY
BLASCO IBA?F/
of th? APOCALYPSE
Tues. Night
APRIL 12th? AT THE
CENTRAL
THEATRE
Broadway at 47th Street
<2X W. GRIFFITH
g presents
DREAM
STREET
A DRAMATIC COMEDY
All Seats Reserved
Twice Daily, 2:15 and 8:15
39?Wa?%-.?Hi'k&?_??S>?s-g&
mar
AUCASSIN ???NICOLETTE
(Andrew hang translation.)
Auspices Am.. Com. for Devastated France.
39TH ST. THEATRE i T^fGV |*g
Courtesy o! Ixx Shulx-rt j &. TO-M'W, 3:30
rickets, $1. $2, $3. l?oies, $24. No War Tax.
.Spfnuj $1 and $2 Seats for Student?.
Cr^THe.orB'WAY
)tl
WMA.
swr ini nuuJC w m hatj.wm
MR. LEE SHUBi.RT.cH-es.M-i5
M
?Se WTOI H?
IN HER GREATEST SUCCESS
ROMANCE
By EDWARD SHELDON
"You can't hush up
two husbands"
when
MR. P I M PASSES BY
?fiARRICK 85 W- 35th- -"?"T 3522.
UAl\nn.i\ Brs. 8:30. Mats. Tl'.ura.&Sat. 2:3(
/4 THEATRE GUILD Production
44TH ST. THEATRE
JUST WEST OF B'WAY
TWICE DAILY INC. SUNDAYS
Matinees 2:15; Evening! S:15
DJ,., Evs. & Pat. Mat. 50c. $1. $1.50. $2.
rnces AU 0ih,.r Ma;s_ 25c, 50c, si, $i.jo.
WITH SPECIAL ORCHESTRA.
ALL SEATS RESERVED
D. W. GRIFFITH'S
"UNEXAMPLED WONDER OF
THE 20TH CENTURY"
Ed. in Boston Herald.
'I ADORE A FINE PIECE
OF ACTI G AND I SAW
IT IN 'WAY DOWN
EAST."'
?Alan Dale, American
BROADHURST ?SU8? ?.,?.'??!
MATINEE TO-I.
SUNDAY) tat 3.
OVER ?HE HILL
*r Will Carleton. Dlr??ctod by Harry afiliaras
^fcW ? w?W^sW eherne C.O'.om?us S&f?
PICKT???? ?wtj. ut ? -> i.swjaun. . -s
?DirCC'EVG5 ?- SAT MAT ?>OSo?2 ?O
rrvlLC j-poPuiAR wed jtp?t so*ro,2?0
MK?50S .EE_?.J4.5HUBttjfrJP/v:e/??"
by M'CHAIW MOV5M S??i3 W F?t*^lt,??all???
'(Tt< tK.S st??. c*vr
ROBERT WARWICK ? JEANKe EAG.7?5 1
hACLVN ARBUCKLE ? CYRll 5COTT?i
^.MARGARET DALE?CDM?NO 10WE: i
&? MAX Fi?MfiH
I
H0LBR2KB?NN I
Ai A <JO?-LY ?3ANDIT Ifi
THE
d?MEDY X^Sf
SEtHTJV THEATRES
<)N west v>r> SI
iMUEy
I CD?AE ALLAN
3 WTHXF? Book.
SiGMCNO ?XMKBGS
Scorm
Bf?XA20 MiVSWNPiOy Wna
Elizabeth awca/tv'-cvA.OAvefiPooT"
CUZABCTVl UINQS - EMILIE LCA,
VINC?M7 LOPGANDU6I0N3S OF HARMONY
FVTURtTV Ot?UTAWTT; BiAUTY CoO?UAf
BEST SCAT?* M?2
SELWYN 2T^IC,EvEA'L^
SUNDAY MATINEE AT Z.
WILLIAM FOX presents
MARK TWAIN'S c2meoY
A CONNECTICUT YANKEE
In KING ARTHUR'S COURT
AU MEWtbltfi
?a5 found
T?ElieHTGl?l
dt the
firnas SduareT&eafce 1
?&tteP?RCEU
Polly Connolly
Kob?if Woolsey
A Musical Comedy
Tucano w4?rs?
MSTSWCPmoS&T'
Oi/TOrTN? TWCM AU 111 *jT?
TOWN HALL
April 20. 1921.
Madame
HULDA LASHANSKA
Soprano
and
MhX ROSEN
Violinist
St?lnwaj rta.io Fssd.
Benefit ?raneen In al?l of SummirT Work of
Federation for Ch'Asl Study. Tickets $:i to $5
at Boi OtlAce, Town Hall. 121 West 43d St.
Aeolian Hall. Tues. Evg.. April 19. at 8:13
LAST CONCERT THIS SEASON
Julia Ctilp
Serif el Rachmaninoff I Friti ?Krelsler
Harold Bauer ' Os*ip Habrllowitsch
Tickets Box Offlcs & Miss Helen Lo?e, 1 W. 34.
CARNEGIE HALL. Thum. Ew.. April 14, at 8:15
Violin Recital?RUDOLPH
BOCHCO
Manaeement R, E. Johnston. Kns.be Piano
AEOLIAN HALL, This Afternoon at S. I
JULIA CULP
Met. Antonia Sawyer, Inc. Stelnvray Piano.
AEOLIAN HALL. TUE8. AFT.. APR. 11. AT S
Richard Hale
MrL Srnplre C?a?*erta. (Stlett Piano)
ALICE JOYCE
IN "HER LORD and MASTER."
PI A 7 A ORCHESTRA.
L? ?\ ?* ?\ Mad. Ave. at ?inti St.
METROPOLITAN 5555*2
I.AST WEEK OF OPERA TUT ONE
MON. at s. AIDA Miizto, Claussen: Criml.
fiani-u?, Martin?-. Gustafson?Moranzoni.
WED. at 8. LOUISE. Farrar, Berat; Harrold.
Whlfehlll Dlaz-Wol?.
THURS. at r 35. PAGLIACCI. Sundelhi??
MartlnelU, Amato. Laurentl?Moranzoni. -SE?
CRET OF SUZANNE. Bori: Scotil?Papt.
FRI. at 8:15, BUTTERFLY. Farrar. Furnia:
GIkII. De Lura Psltrlnleri??Moranzixil.
SAT. at 2. MANON LESCAUT. Miulo. Telta;
Crlml. Seoul. Malatesta. Laijr-r.ti?1'api
SAT. at 8. Pop. Prices. BORIS GODUNOW.
Gor<lon. Farnun. Delaunols; Harrold Dldur.
Rutliler, Bada. Ananlan?Papi.
SPEC1AI PERFORMANCES
1 ?jki m h 11 li.a 1
m-M at 8 :30?75o to $2 ~M
G?RAND OPERATIC CONCERT
PROGRAM INCLUDING:
Prologue from MEF1ST0FELE
2nd Act | .. 3rd Act | 2nd Act
BIS?LETTQI "til 111"I "1CI1
and Orchestra Selections
Soi&ku Scotney,Sundelius,Morgana,
Egener, Berat; Chamlee, Hackett,
Diaz, Bada, Zanelli, Reschiglian,
Angelo, Didur, Martino, Chorus,
Orch., Stage Band, Bambosehek.
FRI. SPL. MAT. at I AS ($1 to $4). LOHEN
GRIN. Eastern, flittseu, Sem?aca. W3
'Justafaon, 3Leniihardt-*Boilan*,kj.
HARDMAN PIANO USED.
TOWN HALL. THURS. AFT.. APHIL 21. at S.
JOINT RECITAL, COLORATURA BOPRANO
ELLEN BEACH YAW
and FRANKLIN CANNON ?am?
Mit. Haensel & Jon.*s Stelnwaj Piano.
TOWN HALL. MONDAY EVE., APRIL Its. at 8:13
PIANO RECITAL BY ALFRED
BOSWELL
Mat RitL^i. & Jones, liluoa ? H*m?? Piaao.)
BPQAOWAY tr AT-a ST
'The Home of Burlesque de Luxe."?
N. Y. Time?.
ONLY 5 MORE WEEKS
of the greatest season in the
history of this the most popular
Theatre in New York !
i Big Concerts To-day, 2:15 4 8:15
Commencing To-morrow Aft'n
ALL NEW from beginning to
end ! Bis: Company of Notable
Burlesquera and Vaudeville Spe?
cialists. Superb Production Full of
Delightful Novelties. Twice Daily.
Moderate Prices. Seats Two Weeks
m Advar.ce. Smoking Permitted.
WEEK II STEP LIVELY GIRLS
APR. 18 " W>th DON BARCLAY
g "Somebody's Lion"
Tb? Dli-gest ?Mllege musical revm
of th?
"Equals tie Best on B'way"
Tuesday Eye., April 12
METROPOLITAN
OPERA HOUSE
^IliflllllilllllllittllHIHIIIIIUIIIIIIIIII^
ILoev? ? New York Theatre & Roof
C?nt. XI A. M. to 11 P. M. Roof to 1 A.M.
7J1AK JIURIiAY -a "The Glided LUf."
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Goldwyn Studios Present
MABEL NORMAND
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A Saturday Evening Post Story with especially staged prologue.
This charming and individual comedienne in a high-spirited and
? delightful comedy.
ERNO RAPEE
Conduct ?Aft
Alexander Oumamsky,
Ballet Master
CAPITOL GRAND ORCHESTRA
Overture, "RIENZI"?Wagner
CAPITOL BALLET CORPS
MINUET by Paderewski
ENSEMBLE OF FIFTY VOICES ?**?*. ? w*. **<>
In a Melange of Southejrn Melodie*.?_
?~NEW BOOTH T?RK?NGTON "EDGAR" COMEDY
JOHNNY ?ONES, the original ??EDGAR.'" will apptatr
personally, beginning Monday.
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