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AUDIENCES FROM THE ACTOR'S I
Ty lil'V STA.MII.MS.
ONTIt.UV li the oft Itpertteil
statement that nn the iri n !
ntttht nanus the Hticcecf or full-
tiro of ii play, the real test of the ef
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t siiiicnirui ttini mi i no ik'Ii!iik . uunrui or Biru ami n linnet. I IfC 1 Al III vSjKSmH mrTtxSif-' III I lit Til I
Murray Hill Theatre this week. The
I.IIo n certain element of this ,U. , , , , v k ,,, .
I?" v.." "" 'V,J" o .rlncll comedian of the!
nnllclpatlnf: t'ie menu, there Ik a lurue ,
proportion quite out of temperamental
cause SoamlMo head, the casti.r Huch-I
audauch wrote the play, or Thlsand-
that manaKemeiit Is producing It. With
, ... . , . iis uv juiy firu hi uic u uu imu i nvm
eirmvnt tlinnmh 1 rovi- ... .... . .
vnl i m V' 1 beautiful. Assisting Mr. Kinney In the I
the advance udvcrtlsltiR. Is -,,,,. .....v. . ..i ii .
inany it ts a naun. me social posl'illl- -' '"-i rwpi" ineuue mis e'i,
ties of a llrst ntclit allurf. Some, ' stnrtlnir with the usual matinee to
whose voices may h- heard later be- J morrow. Jack Slnper will hold fmth
ond the circle of then supper table. I with his "Rehman show," In which he
seem Invariably to assume the resnon- ' features Lew Kelly (Prof. Uopr), who
xlbllity of criticising mlerely h.-cause '' ""'e support of Lou Hanoi II,
they were jiresnt i't the bornin. I ''red Wycoff, "Murtelle," Kileen Sherl
The llrst night nudlenre the only J dan. Ocrtrude Lynch. Ameta 1'ynes.
one that Is sure of its money's wortli. Vic Cismore and a large and carefully
for It is ready to applaud success or ; selected chorus.
level In u failure. The same feeling
exactly prompts a crowd to Hod: to an VARIETY IN BROOKLYN.
I once attended a meeting at iimok- ' Gud Shows In the Vnudrt
I .lids, in KnRlund. and thmo met -i ; Valeslui Suratt will appear at the
very charm'.iK lady. .? Mid -.o in-end nushwlck Theatre th!,. week weariiiR
to be shnoklim when she replied to my ,i, -i,i.i ...,,. .........
question about how she was eiiJoy,n ,
tho sports with the remark:
is an extremely dull meeting,
thing goes iff so smooth!).
hasn't been a single accident."
Reprimanded by her motht r she
blushed apologetically and becam very
much confused, iiut she had voiced a
ireneral sentiment, the sentiment of yi)
per cent, of the people on the grounds.
Tho nctor knows this fact and in
this knovledge tal es hope, if he and his
play do not break through the m ire or
l.s Indifferent hairier of criticism
which L'eems to rlsn Just outside the
footlights. Thero is another nl:tii
And the second audience, as wefl as
those which follow for the week tl, u
tho play m.iv lanii'ileh, r.r the yc.u it
may run successfully, is unite dltTeietit.
If tho barrier remains be knows thv
answer as iul:):l as the manager In
the box olllce. If it vanishes. If he feels
the heart of the audience coming to hint
over th lights -
Kven almost unanimous criticism,
product probably of the llrst night,
cannot always 1:111 when audiences for
which the pl.iy was really written give
of their hearts.
Onco In the swing of a run, be It
long or short, the character of an
audience which began its moulding after
the opening night remains, In the main,
unchanged. K.vcept for a small propor
tion tho audience will bo receptive for
Just that which It is to receive. Tho
nctor really Is ablo to gauge the stnnd
ud of his work by tliu fulness of
lesponsa his movements and his words
Audiences "stae manage" the actor.
And they perform unconsciously. Act
In is a pha-so of hypnosis. The until
nco comes, pays it money and expects
Its money'H worth. Tho minds of the
jieoplo aro open. The actor, probably
portraying a rolo which Is qulto foreign
to his own character, must draw upon
his knowlcdgo nnd experience to make
this rolo nllve, so that hn may become
en rapport with the audlenco and either
fill their Ideal of tho part or Impress
his Interpretation upon his auditors,
win their support, their mind and heart
To do this the actor must bo fit,
physically and mentally. Tho artist
keeps In training Just tho samn as tho
nthlelo does. He must do this both to
t3 able to respond to the "feeling" from
ncross the footlights which comes to
him and to sway his audience.
A few peopln In an audience cau
make many difficulties for tho nctor.
Hy their sllcnco In the midst of applause
or their enthusiasm they can do much
toward tempering the spirit of the
whole Tiouse. When such a party Is
discovered, and It does not tnko long
for tho man on tho stngo to discover It,
the actor "feels the dare" and plays
to "meet und overcome It." .
There Is always more satisfaction
Jn playing to an experienced audience
than to ono we call "out of towners."
The latter uro often dillleult to handle.
J'hey are generally restless, nnd any
uch demonstration affects the uctor's
Suggestion Is usually enough for the
American audience. I like tho L'ngllsh
ntldletico as well, but on the whole
J bellovo that Americans are more re
reptive. They are no klndler to the
nctor, although tho terrible "hoo" Is
not found here. As a rule the Ameri
can goes to tho theatro seeking di
version. Tho Kngllshman takes hU
drama more seriously.
IN BURLESQUE THEATRES,
"Millionaires for a Day" Is the title
if ft new two act burlesque that will
bp produced at the Columbia Theatre
this week by the American Heautles
Company. It was written by (ieorgn
otten Smith, who is hi Id to have ml
Jkred strictly to the prevailing idea of
Hproved burlesque, which means clean,
wlioWomp ioiiimIj- The .'.ut l.s headed 1
"5 '""Rnr WMoy, who will have the ns
llnlden. Dave Million nnd (Jertrude De
Vere, and there Is an untwiinlly Inrjfo
cli.irtu of glrN and a ballet.
The Trocaderos Uiirliwiiit'i will pre-
nent the latiKhalilu two act travesty
ealled 'The l.eKend of the ltInK" at the
.,,,.., r.'t.-an iiit. r'v,..in'n r--,... 1
f(jn, KtflK.' John J Orifflth'
, r,,m,:,n There Is the eustomary larse
'Mistancn of Lew Hilton. Allele Archer. KOWWY 1 352 ii M T.'W!
ilienrirn S. Itntik. Mnii.lt. Ilnnth. Mm. YSSfe. i III 2 - - Kl ATTj rT"3rA I t of Town Ail.llcn.r,
I nitttilillt ntiil lltn ttfjn I not I. in m l.lli
ls famou, Hm, uolnR Bnme f tlu. ro..The motion l'U:tures Illustrating the
.n ,..i.-..hi ,.l,,inr. ,i .ii , ...i.iu
she Is equally unique. Others on the
,.rn..rr.,,.1u ...in i vt- .,.i ... i. ........
Harry, Jack Devercux nnd company,
vtneh n.,l iirw.r,. T i,,inn .i . ..... I
rence. Claude (lolden. Will Hn.gham'and !
Miller and Mack. '
The Orpheum Theatre will this week
present to Its natrons Clark and Hninll. !
ton, Sophie Tucker. Le liny. Talma nnd !
Huso, Canfleld nnd Ashley, as well as
a long list of line vaudeville actors.
The new Star and Oarter company I
which is to he seen this week at the
Star Theatre has Jack Conw.iy and I
Hilly Weip as its chief funny men.
Delilah lienton. Irene (issiiil, Mildred
Hose and the Klectric City Quartet will
also be seen.
A BROADWAY MORNING
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If ou me a vaudeville 'fan" just ,
loiter In the entrance of the Putnam
Ilulldlng any weekday, and In the course J
ix ii irn 1 11 mi n u 11 11 1 111 1 ru vi iiui m
vrltM will paPH in or mil. They all gn
to i493 Broadway. It is the mecca
01 variety, and the high priests are the
men who gtvo or withhold contracts. A
highly specialized slang Is spoken here,
the vocabulary of vaudeville being elab- (
orato and tersely expressive. A hit Is
always a "riot," while a llasco Is a "flop."
To be Jeered from tho gallery is "get
ting the bird," but to be applauded vo
ciferously Is to 'clean up." A woman
who works all by herself Is a "single
woman." Two women woiklng to-
gether are a "sister act." An act In
which no word Is spoken, as In Juggling
und acrobatic turns, Is a "dumb act.'
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slapstick "comedy s '
she of the silk union suit and the fly
ing rings, chatting with 'VVIIla Holt
Wakelleld, the "plauologlst," .loo Welch
, w. ,....it .., .... . ,.t..i. r . I itlld I II III II III! lilt' Allll'l IL-UII IIIK'" UIMl M.SI.IIHH. ?itl 1 Mntll'fl til n 1 1 . I t f dr tiif
"nriifiim" fir rrnvt' ' i
morning In the l'utnam Hulldlng had such co.itldence In it that I agreed ..if mm,, i, ,:, "" ' '
may see I.oney Hnskell chaperon- I ,r ... ,.,., ,.,. .... ,...,.,,., it, ,, m,i . i,. ,, ,,,,.,.. .,
Don, the Talking Dog. on his way ' I"n. The death or the woman at ..Wp , , , ,.!,..,,.. j)llrIn.. I wri.1 .y, lv, , 1U r,.( lu ' , , ;
tn audience with the powers of the the end does not compensate for ho an,n,t,fnr(. nll ,.,,,., , lu,1Mn, , 'r , , hv t
It. O. l'eter. the man monkey, chat- ther unpleasant features of the work. . r,..,lla, rinlsh-that of killing the "'.. . V'l. ' .
savagely at Don, his rival, as they I'm nr. von 'lllzer lias the floor to wman believing It to be the giv.it "r , i i i . i. .i,-. .iV. ' . . I
the elevator together. In the tan. nnout ine way ne saveu ine piay moral lesson of the play. This ending, ml iheun.-il i in urei s in v w v, rt"
car going up l.s Dainty Marie. It Is Interesting if true. We have heard, however, was not used In l'oUL-hkee,..sle ! .. , '. ! V .'" w . "r'
Hebrew monologlst, swaps stories with Ho .Mr. von Tllzer seems to possess the
Frank Kogarty, tho Dublin minstrel, ' Instinct of the showman,
and the cuchlnnatlons of Conroy & I.e-1 As music publisher, author of popular
malre, specialists in Mhloplan comedy, H(lMCT Iin(1 forn.r nL,tnr ho l8 not un.
are heard ns they enter the building. Unmvn , tno p,,,,,,,., , nB a ,nnmKr
I'retty HesslH "Uynn says "howdy" to i f theatrical property he Is new. His
tilga .Nethersolo, and Lynch and Zeller, ,jV(,nt m this new field was nccom
club swingers, remind Marie Lloyd, in pished with "To-tlny." which l.s at the
tho entrance, that they played on the Forty-elghth Street Theatre. It prom
same bill with her I" Leeds. Odlva , tn ..ontinue In that playhouse fur
and tho tutor nf the Diving Seal fol- mnnths to come
low closely after each other nnd an i To..iay" is the (ieorge Hroadhurst
elephant trainer scoffs at a rival who and AUniham Kehomer portrayal of
exhibits cockatoos mid trained cats A NVw. York life. From the clutches of
pair of tumblers discuss falls, while a ,i, .,i i,,.- r ,. mt,
tone." The old timers cling to 'ibo" and
e,.,t1M nil, I en, n ,. nn, ....n
the youngsters prefer "old dear" and
"sweetheart." "How did you go In
Syracuse'.'" nsks one. "They fell for
me like a peal of thunder" Is the reply.
"I'm gettln' It over all right, but that
skirt has put a Jinx on me," complains
a song und dance man, nnd his compan
ion says, sagely, "Them diunea never
knows when they're hitched up right;
can 'em nt th' first holler Is my
ThlH Is by no means the general mun
ner of speech, but there is sufficient of
(t to engafio the wayfnrer's attention.
As a matter of fact, the majority of
vaudeville urtlsts speak with crisp, clear
enunciation and use excellent Kngllsh
as a result of their training In the two
La day, where vague dlrtlon Is an aboin-
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B.k.triAn a mm mm mm ,h.j?
codfcoe B Hi! 11 QPiStfeOP ' THE hippodrome.
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NOTES OF THE MOVIE WORLD.
ImerentlnB llveotn In Come im1 He
A CarneBie Hal. to-n.ht DwiSht
,.:lmfIlllorf w orfpr a tour h
the countries of Dalmatla, Herzegovina
and Montenegro. In the; little coun-
tries Mr. Hlmendorf claims to have dis
covered a "Southern Norway" In scenic
beauty and grandeur, and In wandering
about their mediieval cities one feels,
he suys, "as If on the stage of n comic
opera rather thnn among a people
whose ancestors were once the best
'soldiers In the legions of the Ciesars."
I The tour will begin at Flume, nt the
'notth of the Adriatic Sea, nnd will
I proceed southward through nil places
'of Interest to Cattnro and thence to Cet-
tlnje, the piiMiires.tun capital of Mon
tenegro. Mie aim worn I'l iiiciiiuu wixuer run-
l"JlU1 ",hlp Amsterdam Theatre.
There will be two performances to-day,
,i,.i n- ,i, ......,
' nciv w in up iniuinevs on .uuniiay, I ues-
d;, ThKrHitay and Friday at 3. Organ
recital and narration at each perform-
This s the l.iit week of "How Wild
Animals Live," the moving pictures
that ate being shown at Carnegie Ly-
ceum. There will he tiet rorinnnces
iw ice uiuiy until aiuruay evening wiin i
the exception of Thursday afternoon. ,
" s in- . oe.-. ,i urn n ;
i-lll be h. Id ,
periorinauce w i
J " 1
Klm. r nwiggins will h, at the Car-'
iieKle Lyceum next week eitipped with
m ,)f moton pictures uiI hundreds1
of colored slides made In twelve Oriental ,
countries on the last Ka.-twurd world '
j.f i.a riA....in.,.i ii., .... i.a. .ni
in i . lis ni'iirers i,ei eve ini.v rp i
Lining New York with him and visiting;
-Madeira, Olhraltur, Monte Carlo. Cairo
nnrt "'" 1'yinmlds. Then ho will sail,
lh-,n through the Suez Canal and the
What a Song Writer Did
VVfldL 'd OOH
Tlr fHowing account of the way In
which Harry von Tilzr brought "To-
day" out of the shadow of death Is re-
counted In Tim Sln to-day as an e--I
plait In showmanship. It does not seem i
In the least Important to the writer to 1
keep such a p'.ay before the public. It
did not seem so at Its first performance '
nor does It now. Of all the suggestive ;
nnd unclean plays nut before the nubile 1
(h,s summf,r iM ,,ome,i most of- I
fenslve. becauso It was obviously pre- I
. . ....... ...
" tmmora.lty Its pro-.
however, that tho drama Is acted now
!to large nudlences, It Is said that more
than onco tho theatre has been sold out.
by sheer force of ids enthusiasm nnd
I confidence, snatched "To-day," thus
I'Vel L'OllllllK II l-lll!ll!ll!llllll Ul 11111 HCIPS
that veteran theatrical producers de
clared were .insurmountable.
That ''To-day" was transformed from
a f.illnro Into a success, ns it Is privately
and vetaclously related on Hroadway,
sounds moro like fiction than a relation
"I was sitting nt my dinner table one
night," the new manager said to Thf
8un reporter, "when a young man
who Is ussocluled In business wllh me
said: 'Harry, I saw n great play last
night nt tho Yiddish Theatre.' He
then told mo the story of the
play then railed 'Style.' Tho play at
tracted my nttentlon because the Idea
appealed to me ns thoroughly up to the
minute. I saw the play nil through,
and although I do not understand the
language I wa fascinated by the story
HwVi-nt iVi "HsjiO'MyTnumV
Hod Sea and spend sixteen days In In-, additional studio .space for the Vita
dla, teeing the modern wondeis of llonv i graph Company of America ut Flat
bay, the Mogul monuments at Agra bush, L. I., was formally opened yester
and Delhi, the memorials of the Indian day when one of tho last scenes of Hall
mutiny nt Cawnpore and I.ucknow, the Cilne's "The Christian" wa photo-
ancient city or lienares witli Its sacred
Ganges, the top of the world on tho Him
alayas at Darjeellng ami the Indian me.
tropolls at Calcutta. After exploring
the spicy Isle of Ceylon ho will cross
Into Burma and show Itangoon, tho
Itome of the Huddhlst religion, with Its
remarkable golden pagoda of Kipling'.',
"tltikly temple bells": then drop down to
Singapore, the gateway to the Far KastJ
The crossing of the eiiuator will be cele
brated with appropriate high Jinks, and
Just below It will bo seen the island of
Java, where th Hutch have taught In-
dustry and brought prosperity to tropl-l a"d 1'dward S. Morange, three masters
ral poople. Turning northward the f the dramatic art, havo allied them
rhlllpplnes. China and then wonderful I selves with Daniel Frohman, Adolph
Japan will be seen. After a brief stop Zukor nnd F.dwin S. Torter of the
In the paradise of the ilclllc at Hono- I'nmous l'layers Film Company to co
lulu the lecturer finally reach's th ' "Perate In the production of massivo
(lolden (late of th homeland.
The eighth week of the Ambto.-lo
photo drama v rslon of "The Last Davs i , 'm.c ' " "r
of I'ompeil" begins with the matln,-e ',J'"v"r.. A.,,!,h- . Th,,! J,a"?h
performamo this afternoon. Two c.n- ,'?VP 'm ."""V ! 55? " , '", 'iT 'I'..
Plata performances of this pioductlon ! J.!1" ,1 t. .. ."' -Mf U, "f 1 V1'
are given at tho l'.IJoii Theatre ..- ,""" '
every afternoon and every evening. The I "li,J S f cfl"al, '"i.rtn noo In lb
two hundredth exhlbltl,,,, of the pictures ' Preparation of these product ons thev -in
New York cltv occurs on M..miv I travelled all over the world In search ,
night. Many of the schools inve
taken up the subjei t nf I'ompeil and
Koman history of this period as
special study, and are giving the schul-
nrs ine sunjfOi or rompell tor es-.
says and inmpuMtlotis. which has re-j
n attendance on the part of the younc
boys and girls nt the Hijou. f.eorge
-oneu in u nj mnu eiu.io nuiease
'mi ? " 1....1H .ii i"",
The Messrs. Sliubcrt have at ranged
'or a pronouneen noveny at mo nippo-
"romo next nunuay mgm. noiaoiy tno
American nreinlere Ttreenlfi!l,-in of to,-.
- ., ,
kik m-hiiuh n-.,t,u rii,-, in, 11 iu,i
hig plcturo form, 'The Life of Martin
l.uther, the Ore.u Reformer "
The large new building coi.taimng
las it was played. 1 Immediately opened ;
negotiations with Max Wlllner, who 1
! controlled the piece. After three mouths I
of dickering we tlnally came to terms,
"In the meantime while on the way
to a ball game one afternoon whom did
' see but my old friend Ceorge Hroad-
hurst? After I had related the stors
"f "l0 I'lay to him he became very much
mien-Men, ami in 1 espouse to my te.
,'1"'s, Promised to tewrlle it for the
1-tit-ltJ-li speaking stag
ltr.i.'iilhnrst in touch u
:e. I got Mr.
i.roaiiiiurM in louin wiiu ine i iuiunii
who made Mr h.m a ll.eru,
r.roadhurst in touch with the Yiddish
itroadhurst then 1
I came puck to ;sew turn While the
pluy went on to Sjrncuse. The play
opened In .New iotk and it was done
Just us It had been done on the load
The critics condemmil It. I knew, or
rather 1 felt. howeer. that we had a
wonderful piece of ptoperty. I wan hed
the nudlences closely each night and I
made It my business to get the mouth
tn mouth talk. I never heard a word
of condemnatioii, Kverybody seemed
to like the play. If they llk.sl It ill Its
disabled ciiu.litloii. I knew that If they
saw ll In the original form, with the
thrilling finish and tiemetidous 'punch,'
it would bo u terrific hit.
"In the meanwhile everybody con
nect, d with tho play llnanclally or oth
erwise got 'cold feet,' and I was left
alone to try to pull It to success, I
Immediately tiled my persuasive pow
ers on the authors and got them to
consent to the changing of tho finish
back to the original Yiddish version.
That was Friday of the llrst week wo
rehearsed It. On Saturday matlneo it
was played. U was a sensation right
from the start. I knew then wo had ti
tremendous success. Our tlmo lu the
theatre was only for four weeks and we
were gettltiK toward tho end of the sec
ond week. Our business dropped the
second week, duo do tho unfavorable
newspaper criticism, hut still every
body who saw tho play spoko In the
highest terms of It,
"Stock was offered to W. A. Brady,
Ijee Shuhcrt, Airhlo Solwyn nnd vari
ous other theatrical men In New Tork
city, hut turned down everywhere, In
fact, one manager rnld ho wouldn't
accept H as a gift, advising me that
graphed. Theso moving pictures, rep
resenting tho most ambitious that havo I
yet been taken In this country, aro now
almost completed and ready for exhibi
tion, everal months and a great deal j
of money havo been spent In their
preparation nnd an all star cast has
lieen nppearlng In their presentation.
11,1s expected that they will be placed
on public view about the first of tho
A step in the development of moving
pictures is found In the announcement
that Hugh Ford, Frederick Stanhopo
spectacular motion picture productions.
Messrs. Ford, Stanhope nnd Morango
have been associated In the production
of such artistic successes n "The (?ur-
data nnd local color. The llrst sub-
I llanoe will be "The Silver
Sir Henry Arthur Jones.
r0nsuel.j Italley 1 the latest ie. ru,t
from the "legitimate" to the m.nl.s
sllrn0l, oimtract j-rsterday w.i'.,
, MlItual nlm C(,nmratllln to ,,. ,y
from ,m, "legitimate" to the m.wl.
hading parts In the photo plays of the
itellance brand. Mis lt.illev has n. , . r
p'ayed in motion plcturts before. She
),as b. en a leading woman f,.r sevet,.
vears f.ir Cl:,r!es Frohman Harri-un
(i,.,iv i.-ke. the Shuberts. Willi ,m .
,. , . . . ..
"limy ono n. ji. r rasee, pioy;r i'
i....ia i "t,,,- I "i .1... i...
-The Tovmaker of Nuremberg'." "onpo-
site Maude Adams In "The Jesters" nnd
was In the till Mar reuval of .Hui
for a Play
Q I OT PL r SVl
was only throwing money Into the !
street and told me to close the company 1
before any mom money was lost, The
.actors in the company weru up and
, down Hroadway looking for new en-i
, gagemctits. It was almost n foreg me'
conclusion that the show was to close
that Saturday night, i went behind
tho scenes and told the company we.
were not going to close, that l hud con-
tldence In thr play and that 1 believed
it could lie turned into the sea-son's
lint nnliody connected with the rum.
pany would give me any financial as-
; , ,hinK then. Is a dovr stud, lit of
),, n,.uill.(, , , ,,Uv t0.lUv t)
, , , rtn(T llllllU: oni.s ,
'i,iy t,,. pl,u,. from the rathskellers
l , ,), h()m,,s ,, ,)0 ,.., .,Vl,M1()
mansions, It Is u matter of recoi.l that
tn my twenty years of writing popuhr
i songs I havo hit tho nail on the head
, ,, tmc.s than nuv writer thnt ever
, iiv.h1. and In mv selections ,.r ivw .1, ,.
I intend to produce In the futuro I will
try to snow that I know what the pub
lie wants. Therein lies tho success of!
n successful producer."
Wn may, of course, he pardoned for
imping inui air. von lllzer will not
bring any mum "To-Days" up from th
Howery, but loavn those sweet scented
flowers of the Yiddish theatre where
The ONLY LECTURE IN NEW YORK
Carnegie Hall, Monday evening, Dec. 8
Illustrated by Motion Pictures
Ticketi50cto$2.00 Boxes $15 and $18
Tickets on Sale at Box Office
Box Office Open Sunday.
The management of tho New Votk
Ilippodromo learned from a review of
tho statistics compiled by tho Itistltu-
tlon that MJ per cent, of the patronage
of the Hlppoihome is from out of town.
An attempt to discover the reason re-
and the original Co.
Will Say Good-bye to
New Yorkers on SAT.,
DEC 27, when Bayard
Triumph Wil Move
to Boston for Another
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report) paid nttendanco to date, of 87'.
624 souls. Of tin re, uccordlntr to tli
olliclal estimates, only IS 1,720 have been
residents of Now Ydrk.
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SEATS NOW FOR
Kcs i20. Ustlnees Wed. 4 Sat. 5:20.
Popular 50c. to $1.50 Mat. Wed.
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Dinner-dcLuxe seven to nine o'clock
Two dollars and fifty cents