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Dr. F. M. Allen Inaugurates
Hospital Offering Aid to
Rich and Poor.
INTENDED FOR RESEARCH
Located on Former Estate of
Otto H. Kalin at Morris
town, N. J.
The Fhysiairic Institute for tne In
vestigation and treatment of diabetes
and metabolic disorders was formally
open yesterday at the former country
I v* rC 0110 T Kahn Ht Morrlstown,
- . J. It is th?- uniy establishment of
I the sort on the . ontinent and under the
direction of Dr. Frederick M. Allen, who
has for years made this field his
?"laity scientific and philanthropic treat
ment is to be offered to patients in ail
degree of financial circumstances.
He fore the war Americans of the
a.f.f!uf,nt Plass who suffered from
metabolic ^orders flocked annually by
tbe thousands to German resorts to taJ;<
jJie baths. These pilgrimages, checked
hy the war. are unlikely ever to be re
sumed to the same extent, for American
herapeutic advances are now said by
tr??t!^LarlS ta huvo made the German
an a,lachronism. |
?.m-I main 1bulldln? of Dr. Allen's es
tabl shment is about 600 feet above sea 1
thV"Vl"? atf?rt,a a charming v?rw oi 1
'awn? S, 0 acres of woodland,
awns, gardens and farm lands. There
?s a private lake, an eighteen hole goir
course and tennis courts. But the es
m>on it-er^ f ?J ^ ,nst!tutlon Impends
nihJl . Kitchen, laboratories and
provls,ons for accurate scientific
cases win *h 'nvf.slj*a,ion. Individual
.^f'L ! . f studied to determine the
1 per diet to keep the disorder u>>i<r
as thorough control as possible. l.a h
patient will be instructed so tiiat th?
eiU?er'a?on 080 b?,i continuod at "ome,
tiff ? e or under ^e supervision of
the family physician.
of0the ?m?ft lmporUint Purposes
? Institute Is to be scientific re
f.on Inir ? are sa,d to be over 50?."
, m dlab?tes In the United
of Mn aii'" a" th'' number of cases
of kidney disease, high blood pressure
t?is r*,?:rtrlrosl3 ls much greater.
This class of diseases has been of the
= ",nd.Tt00d and mo8t neglected in
m?dica science, but the investigation of
Dr.. Allen and of Dr. F. P. Joslyn of
Hoston > brought great advances in
KBowled&t nd treatment
t!,le *' i rnal ?Pening of the Institute i
r ' Papers were read by both Dr. i
Allen and Dr. Joslyn. The other speak
ers were Dr. Henry 8. Pritchett. presi
dent ?. the Carnegie Foundation, and
Dr. David C. English editor of the New !
Jersey Medical Journal.
Included among the organizers and i
supporters of the Institue are Charles !
v R ? spcr?tary of State; Bain
brldge Colby, his predecessor; Frank A.
Vanderlip, Cleveland H. Dodge. Mrs.
Moses Taylor Pyne, Mr. and Mrs
Thomas H. Wheeler. Jefferson Seligman |
John F Ad Ha nee of Poughkeepsio,
Mw in A. Clark of Boston. Prof Henry !
B. Fine of Princeton University. Julius
Hertz of Pittsburgh. J. S. Havens of
Rochester and Thomas D. Jones of
DROPS J 3,500 FEET IN
18 MINUTES, A RECORD
Corp. Drake, With Parachute,
Leaps From Plane.
A new local record for a parachute
Jump w? e made yesterday at Mitchel
Field by Corporal Crover C. Drake of
the Fir?; Squadron. He sailed down
from an altitude of 13,500 feet in exactly
18 minutes, landing about a quarter of
? mile from the field.
Drake's Jump was made from a De
Haviland plane piloted by Lieut. Fonda
,7 '0hJ}80n- About 200 feet bel?w the
Plane his parachute took the wind and
opened and from that point his fall
amounted only to an easy drift.
Another Jump was that of Corporal
ShepUrd. He took off at XI.
500 feet. Great crowds of automobiles
ilned the limits of the field from which
the planes went up
To-Day (Wednesday) and
a FOLLOWING DAYS
at 3:30 V. M. ill
40 E. 45th St.
S. W. COR.
J?m? P. Silo Si Son, Auctioneers.
WE UAVK BKKX INS ritCCTJKD.
BV OlillKK OF
Joseph P. Perskis
TO SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION
The Stock of
The Atlantic City
in various ?i c? and weirea Suitable
for Drawing, Library and Dining
Rooms. Both for City and Country
NOrKi-THK ABOVK COLt.V.C
HON Wil l. HI' OK MPRCIAL IN
TKKKltT to III VI I.IIS ANI> CO*
ON VIEW TO SALE TIME
TO-MORKOW AT 2::H> P. M.
5^?? 42-44 EAST 58TH ST.
A Rich Assemblage
representing the entire collection
of the well known importer
Mr. U. Nannelli
who Is rrtirini; front business in
thin country, nnd removed from
75 West 46th Street
Ii.c'uding a number of Cabi
nets, Tables, Chairs, Iron
Work, Textiles and Laces.
Of Special fnipnrtanrr
A very r:w?" Cikfaffffloto Majolfca Oil
.lar <if tho XV. Oiit'iry. ;? Momit.lne
Polyr'.hromo Stiicvo by r>?n.?t?lto, a
1'Muan XV. Century Trrr? <?otta. n,
Florentine RenalsaaiK'e Choir Stall n'Kt
i\ vrry Interestlm Vano*'.aB Foriwl
Now On View.
The Sale Will Be C-onducted by
Mr. AUGUSTUS W. CLARKE.
BEST LIAR IN SEVEN SEAS
SOUGHT FOR PERFECT JOB
Three Watches Daily of One Hour Each at Good Wages
for Sailor Who Can Spin Most Grotesque and
Thrilling Yarns for Voyagers.
The perfect Job was Invented yester
day with an Inspired stroke and now the
perfect paradox is being sought to fill
it. The steamship George Washington
la to have an oHVclal liar. He will have
nothing to do but elucidate the mys
teries of the deep for gaping travellers.
He will get good wages. He will be
supplied with trousers to hitch, a fresh
quid to Insert at the start of each yarn,
a cutty plpa and probably with u fore
lock to pull at appropriate Intervals.
He must furnish his own chin whisker*),
a weatherbeaten look and imagination.
If he's 80 or 100 years old, so much
the better. No limit is put upon his
fancy or h!s salty lingo. He will have
to work only three hours a day The
rest of the time his mind will lie fal
low, or recharging Itself like a storage
battery. When he does work It will be
with the cbmaanlons of his choice. He
will sing. O Muse, of sea serpents ant'
mermaids, of treasure ships and pi
rates, of castaways and cannibals, of
parrots and Portyge. se, of doubloons
and double rations <>f grog, of phantom
ships and fan tan layouts, of Liascars
and Alaska, of the coral atoll and noth
ing at all, of round shot and cutlasses, of
sweet rivers in the sour sea, of shan
ghai-ing in Shunchai and peekaboo
waists !n Fekln. of tempest and Tam
pico, and of a world bereft of rum.
For corroboration, see IJ. A. CJuar'.es.
120 Brofi"1w"*y, assistant to the presi
dent of the United States Mall Steamship
Company, owner of the George Wash
ington. He Is going to institute a seri
ous competition for the berth, thus far
unclassified under the Seaman's Act, of
spinner of yarns. He has sent invi
tations to the places where the like
liest candidates are thought to be. such
as Sailors' Snug Harbor on Staten Isl
and ; the Seaman's Church Institute in
South street; the Shipmasters' Club of
New York and the New York and New
Jersey Pilots' Association. The time
and place of the contest will 1>>> made
klli>wn soon. The chief qualifications
are thus defined: "First hand Knowl
edge of ships and voyages; familiarity
with the classic fnJUles .of the sev.-n
seas." The sages who enter the con
test will recite their whalingest piece In
the presence of competent Judges of
The winner will go aboard lh-5 George
Washington as a privileged ;*-r. n. The
ship Is now being refitted. Its first
voyage with Bill Barnacle aboard as
chief raconteur will be in July. His
three hours of duty will be divided. He
will edify the women in the lounge for
one hour, the men In the smoking room
for an hour, and the third hour he will
gather the children around his knee
?tnd petrify them with whoppers.
JOHN WANAMAKER NOW
60 YEARS fN BUSINESS
Prominent Men Join in Phila
tpccial Despatch to Tub New Yohk Hubaui.
Philadelphia, April 26.?John Wuna
I maker's sixtieth anniversary as a busi
ness man was celebrated to-day with
many prominent men of New York and
Philadelphia present at various cere
At a luncheon in the Bellevue-Strat
ford Mayor Moore of Philadelphia, Mayor
Hylan of New York, James M. Beck and
Simuel M. Vauclain, president of the
Baldwin Liocomotive Works, were ppeak
Guests included Cardinal Daugherty,
Police Commissioner Enright of New
York and the entire membership of the
Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, neaded
by Chief Justice Robert Von Mosch
zisker, which adjourned a half hour
early to attend.
T- lesrams from President Harding,
WinCim Jennings Bryan, Postmaster
Hays and many others extended con
A vase was presented to Mr. Wana
maker by the employees of the Paris
establishment. William Hawthorne, head
of the London store ; L. M. Huber, head
of the branch at Yokohoma, "and Rod
man Wanamaker, manager of the New
York ?tore, jointly presented him with a
; ?old medal.
I INSTRUCTION, COLLEGES, AC.
Cambridge Tiitnrinir School
| If YOUR SON lias fallen behind In his
j school work or needs tutoring during the
I summer for fa.lt exams, send him to our
' Bummer School. He will receive expert In
| atructlon and careful supervision.
BECOMK A DOCTOR
I of Clilropractlc and win flnanrtal and social
prestige, faculty and curriculum unsurpassed.
Write tor descriptive booklet H.
. HEW YORK COM.FKE OF CHIROPRACTIC.
! A N. Y. C. C. Graduate succeeds where oilier*
fall. There's a lt-ason.
j 145 West 7gnd Mt.
LRIl^UAgCS 10 WBroolk|t?!,tre't
220 l.lti <R>tun street
( lasses Constantly Forming.
I K?;?'L>01 1.1. HTMMER. _
DD4TT WHOO'.. ?? Wml 4Mb Street,
I I nAI I Secretarial trailing; Individual
i Instruction. Huinm. r rates.
SALES AT AUCTION.
Sales To-day at 2 P. M.
AJ?o To-morrow, Friday and Saturday
at the Galleries of
..AUCTION ROOMS m:
A rhalce Collection of
including desirable suites and
odd pieces for the Dining Room,
Library, Living Room and Bed
Oil Paintings, F-tchings, Engrav
ings. Oriental Hugs, and Carpets,
Sheffield Plate in large variety.
Curtains and many other objects
for home use and adornment.
ON VIEW I'NTII. HOUR OF SALE
WALLACE H. DAY, Auctioneer.
8AI.ES KOOMH, INC.
?25 SEVENTH >V? AT KID fiT.
PHONES CIRCUS 3A14-3(llr
O. IS. HMITH, Auctioneer,
THIS WEDNESDAY AT 2 O'CLOCK
AND AFTERNOONS FOLIiOWIN .
The Furnishings, Art Objects
ANTIQUE AND MODERN
FURNITURE. PERSIAN RUGS, &c.
That fattlv rly artornei! thp rr-ldeti~f> n!
Larohmont, N. Y., known as La. Hacienda of
Mrs. Aimee Crocker Gouraud
a* presented to Mr*. Powers Oouraud nn 1
sold by lier or?l#f with other Interests
prior to her early d? nurture for Franet.
RECTORIES ARE ROBBED.
Oswego, April 26.?Whllo the priests
of St. John's and St. Mary's Roman
Catholic churches were conducting ser
vices last night their rectories were
burglarized and $500 worth of Liberty
HOTELS Aim RESTAURANTS.
* 33-37 West 64th St.
A Modern Fireproof Hotel.
Between Broadway and Central Park.
Stations of "L" and subway at 66th St.
('uterine for it Otiiet Fnmily Patronng*
at Moderate Iinlp?.
| Rnchelnr Room*.
wltli Until Connecting. Weekly
Room, Use of Bath, $2.50 Day.
Room, Bath (for 2), $4 Day.
2 Rooms & Bath, for 2, $5.00 up
Phons Columbus 1300. J. A. JEPSON.
Broadway, 85th to 86th St.
Subway Station at MStlt Street Cor.
F.lrvatr*! Station?Two Blocks?88th St.
l.anjeit and Mast Attractive Kfidttucn Hotel.
Convenient M tl Shojis and
Exceptionally large, quiet rooms with
bath and spacious closets, giving all the
comforts and advantages of the best N. Y.
city hotels at reasonable rates.
RESTAURANT OK HIGHEST STtNB
l?n ?T tTTiUf'T|V,' i
S.E. Cor. 54th St.& Madison Ac.
Situated In (exclusive
Superbly Appointed Suites
Permanent and Transient
F xceutinnuMy l.urue Koomi
and Abu n tin lira of Closet*.
I^ease May He Mudr for
I'nfurnlnhed Suite* If Itenlred
KISTAl'KANT < IRO
"*? Th"mas R* ?tell. Mgr.,no l'rurtilwiK.
2528 Broadway, bet. 94th & 95th
10 Minute* Sut'vajr Hun from Ud St.
Two Marks from Riverside Drive
and Hudson Klver, Cool, elear air.
Rooms with bath, $2.00 per day up
Rooms with private bath $3 per day up
And good for 50 years
Yes?this is a low price for a steel cabinet
possessing the AllsUel features of strength
To make sure that it was worthy of the
Allsteel name, it was put to a test which
proved its endurance and sound construction
to a certainty.
A heavily loaded drawer was opened and
closed 100,000 times?the equivalent of SO
years' actual use?and was still in good,
smooth working order.
Maybe it is good for 100 years, but let
your grandsons find that out.
Let us show you by some astounding
demonstrations what GF AllsUel means in
strength, rigidity, and endurance.
Stop in or telephone.
The General Fireproofing Company
438 Broadway, New York City
Phone: Canal 0980
786 Broad St., Newark, N. J.
Phone: Market 2165
Great Neck, Long's Island, April 23d
Dear Mr. Fox:
Well I seen the Queen of Sheba and got a good laugh
when Solomon showed the 10 commandments to his 4 yr.
old kid David and told him to never break none of them as
I have also got a son David that ain't only 2 yrs, old and
has all ready man handled the most of them and beat No.
5 into a state of torpor. And if Solomon was such a wise
cracker u hy didn't he marry the Sheba gal which would
of give him another $1000 personal exemption makeing
a total of $1,001,000 off for wifes alone and from what I
seen of her he could of went without camels a couple of
days and kept her in clothes for a yr. But all and all you
got a swell picture Mr. Fox and it looks to me like more
people uould read the good book if Virginia Tracy had
wrote all of it.
Yrs and etc.
]tZiThZtFreX'N.fY\ (Signed) RING W. LARDNER
i'rvducer, "Queen of Sheba''
CO! I TMRIA B waylTwlco Dally|Popular I
ULUiVlDlrt A 47th;" :1T> ? 8:t5:Prtee?. |
UITC 9 DITCw'th BILLY (Sitriinpr) WAT
rll id &DIIO son & CHARLIE AHKAKN
Joe Cook, Kva Shirley *
n*nd, Lydla Barry, oth.
A May Wlrth A Family.
Now Worth $1.66 in
The New York Herald
The present general advertising con
tract rate in The New York Herald
averages 40% less and the net paid
circulation is greater than The
Herald and the Morning Sun com
bined when amalgamated February
Another, way of figuring it is that the
advertiser gets more circulation for
40% less cost.
In what other Metropolitan news
paper can advertising space be pur
chased to-day at a lower rate per line
per thousand than in January, 1920?
Certainly not in New York.
In the balance of the New York Morn
ing Newspaper field the advertiser's
dollar is now worth about 87 cents
on the same basis of comparison.
THE NEW YORK HERALD
AMERICA'S FOREMOST THEATRES AND HIT8, DIRECTION OP LEE AND J. J. SHUBERT.
The WINTER GARDEN'S
I authino HiU
presenting Willie & Eugene Howard
MARIE DRESSLER-?300 OTHERS.
Even. 8:15. Matin** To-m'w 2:15.
Cent Park W.18:30.
EVS. & RAT. MAT. 80c to $2.50 POP.
"?ALL Star Cast in the Supor Spectacle MA I .
IN THE NIGHT WATCH sir
BROADHURST44 Nt-W ?r B w?y Evs.si5
?"?VHUnuiIal M'WlneM or. Saturdays 2:1*
"The greatest Macbeth of the generation."
?J. Ranktn Taunt, Eve. Pint.
I "rices 50c to $2.50. No advance
In prices on Saturday Night.
THE ROSE GIRL n@.5S?gp
45th. West of B'way. Eves. 8:3ft
Matinees To-day Ac Sat. 2:30
okorge THE GREEN
U nv WM. AROTIER.
Joan of Arc
PULSATING WITH THRILLS!
"Red-blooded Drama."?Alan Dab, Amer.
Etc*. 8.20?Matt. Wed. sad Sat. 2.20
^^?44^ ST. THEATRE
28 (VCNIMSM '
^srr^ovr extents rRA
BBA*VBC wa-jM st cwnTbwwi i7~
IT KA*itt r.r. a w- m/osmo*sat '2 Jo
^^? aS SILK"
Directed t>y J. Ourduu Kdwarils
Most Sensational and Most Thrilling
Screen Spectacle Ever Shown
"The chariot nice was thu last word in
thrills Historic love story a great success."
?R. C. Welch, Evo. Telegram.
DAILY MATS 50c-$l.50. Evtw. 50c-$2.llO
65 W. 35th. Kvcs. K:20
Mat .Thurs.Jc Sat 2:20
A THEATRE GUILD PRODUCTION
RFI MONT W. 48th St. Bry. 48.
OEO-IVIUIN I To_mv & Hat.
Miss Lulu Belt
140TH PERFORMANCE TO-NIGHT
F I T I N C F WtMt 42<1 St Kvm *:H0.
I H'UL Mtts. Wed. Se Sat 2:30
I Arthur ?
Moves to Town Hall Monday, at
the sign of the Great Red Flare
PR INPF The. .39 th E.of B'way.Ev.S^S.
IMII^LJJmhk To-day and Sat. 2:30.
'?? EMPEROR JONES w,lhOHaA^|fe
SP'L MATS: TO-M'W, FRI? MON., TUBS.
42nd St. & B'way
TWICE DAILY 2:15 & 8:15 P. M.
v^ith. 1 ? :
lfwrtev nio cat Hit
s>iih OOUY COWllX
can Mxxstv & too awr
tfrrt JtAT s
Srtlln^ tltfht Vwkj m
You can't help but laugh
the rest of your life at
JUST MAM ft)
** VIVIAN MARTIN (Herself)
Which started on its merry
way last night at the
rnMFflY Thca . 41st, nr. Il'way. Kyen. 8:;10.
UUmtuI FIRsYmAT. TO-MORROW.
3Nora BsnsT1M,? '*4 W ofB> Kv-8:3a
mia To-dav k M-.t. 2:30.
Win. A. 4RTW Th.. E. of Hwy. Evs.8-20
llr ily's 1 I 1 O I . V- (,|r?e??s To-m'w A. Sat.
SKK THE CRASI11NO AKHOI'UNK.
| REPUBLIC. W. 42 St. Mats. Wed &8at.2:30
I GRACE LA RUE and fX J| yf
\llALE HAMILTON J_JCQT 1V1C
... . ... lives. 8:30.
Wwt 44 St. Ma(<t Today .Thurs.ft Sat. 2:30.
lh* I stYear
1. & Sat. 2:30.
; Maxine Elliott's KV
TO-DAY _ _
I DMP.ArRF w- 48 8t- ?ry. 23. Evs. 8:30.
. Mj)tg Wed. i Sat. 2:'J0.
"THE FUNNIEST PLAY IN TOWN. "-Sun.
I nNHAPPP TIIKA. SPECIAL MATINEES
Lunununc, TO-MO'W AFTERNOON at 3.
EVERY TUESDAY. THURSDAY & FRI.
THE MERCHANT OF VENICE
with EDWARD and LAURA
PI YMOI ITU 13th Street. West of U'?;iy.
L 1 1 rl Mats. To-m'w & Sal. 2:20
LITTLE OLD NEW YORK
R I TDII ?">"*. W'eet of H'wsy. Eves. 8:30.
Ij l J \J Matinees To-day t Sat. 2 30.
fcWfe ICH STfJjg
]'m- DAILY-AllSCATS RESERVED
M 8LASC0 IBANEZ
of the APOCALYPSE
FIITTOM West 46th St. Eves. 8m
rULiUn Matinees To-day Jt Sat.
CUI.I)A C , JfOHMAN
vakesi tinier IVIadamc tuev()k
?I4TH PERFORMANCE TO-NIGHT
v?^~^all seats reserved -
NEW YORK'S LEADING THEATRES AND SUCCESSES
FMP1RF B'wr umi 40 St. IIvs. at 8:15.
njvir irsx, mats, to-day & sat. 3:i?.
ETHEL & JOHN
:'S New Hay
DC! AcrYI VVt*8t 44th St. Kvoa at 8:16
Tn-mnr'w A Snf. 2
Mats. To-mor'w A Sat.. 2:16.
I VPFI IM Theatre. W. 45th St. EvoskhiiO.
LTLLUIVI Mats. To-mnr w A Sat. 230.
IDA CLAIRE ,n DIGGEfSr
G * IFTY. B'r A 4fl St. Mali. Wed. A Sal. 2:30
New Amsterdam. Evs.8:l5.Mts. Wed. ASat2:l5
Mat.To-Day 50c to ?2 ? mSStm
lr.nTff CAPACITY TIME TOMW NIGHT
NEW AMSTKKDAM ROOF?NEW
Z1EGFELD MIDNIGHT FROLIC
at 11. Mai Klsher'n World's Bent Dunce Oroh.
it Alu TUea.. 45 Ht.W. of H'y. Hry 0767
FRANC |Ms Eva. 8:20. IVLVT. TODAY,.
ABDIMnn^ Nlff WOW
Clare Kumrrw IViMnM Roland
Eva. 8UMX Mats. Frl. * Sat. 2:30. 1 49th St.
HOLLO'S W on
in rn^niM WEST 44T11 8T Eva. 630.
HULOUlN MATS TO-DAY A Si* 2:20.
AUGUSTUS THOMAS' Powerful Drama
Management of <JEORGE M. COHAN.
With Emmett Oirrlgan A Olive Tell.
HENRY MILLER'S St.
Even 8:30. Mats.To-mor'w i Saturday. 2:30.
MR. PIM PASSES BY
with Laura Hope Crews and Notable Cast.
A THEATREGOTLD PRODUCTION.
Thea.. R'y A 48 St. Eve*
i. MAT. TO-DAY
LAST fl TIJiliS
w ww uusicaoB^
NEXT TUESDAY TO-^gow
ffi?T M oct 4H St. Eva. a iW. LAST
COkT Wed. A Sat.220.i WEEK
?TEC OfMY HEARTfr?
MONDAY MAY 2d
"POPULAR MAT. TO-DAY $2.00
I IRFRTY Wont 42 St. Evening* at 8:15.
LIDUV l I p?p Mat*. Wed. and Sat.. 2:20.
In the mimical Dandy hit. "Lady Billy"
BEST SEATS TO-DAY MAT. $2
lu THE SENSATIONAL PLAY
The "TYRANNY o/LOVE"
[SAM H HARRIS1"^
?!'. Wf l) 3 SAl .Vj~bP '/iNT B3>H|
8.16. Mala TouAY A Hat.
with the Duncan Sis
ter*. fl Brown Bros., in
Palace Girls an.I Ilar
huwl Dixon a?"Tlp Top"
WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS TWO GREAT HITS!
SELWYN THEATRE, 42d St., W. of B'way J^/lY
Mark Twain's Greatest Comedy
"A CONNECTICUT YANKEE
IN KING ARTHUR'S COURT" staged by Emmett J. Flynn
HE 400 r?r $1.00 - 300 Z5iZ 50c
Orchestra y a ?W V Vf Vf ORCHESTRA
No Week Day Matinee Seats Higher Than JJi.oo
500 ta-r $1.00 - 300 'ZsT soc
A Few Choice Orchestra Scats at $1.50 and J(2.oo.
59th St. and Broadway
"OVER THE HILL"
1?tI?h do not
Inc. War 'l ax
at a 5o
By Will Carlnton.
Directed by narry Mlllarde.
50c | ALL SEATS RESERVED |
$1.00 - 500 ~50c
A Few Choice Orchestra Seats at $\. 50 and *2.00.
APRIL 20 at 8:80 P. M.
BOTH" CLUB FEDERATION.
Good Scats for the
QUEEN OF SHEBA
Loew's New York Theatre 6c Roof
Cent. 11 A. M. to 11 P. M. Roof ?o 1 A M.
MabM Ncrmand, "What Happen**! to IV'ia"
Buster Keatnn Comedy.
i.ocw a nnicrican Hall Fwry nv. at a: IB
"1 ,iit>" Arbu< !>io. "Tho Dollar u | All Srat? 1
TearMan." KlnkaM KHtles, Wll- ? , \
">0nAMcEvoy,Mr.*Mr?.Paj-n<v>,ii. Keserved !
Young in "Hush."1
Caplt< t.lra ml Orch. .
MUjO-SOc. Evs.W-S&c. 1
O mark pv
ill "PECK'S BAD BOY
STRAND SYMPHONY' ORCHESTRA. J
SPECIAL MORNING PEBFORIKANCB
ON KATUBDAt AT 10:1*. A. M.
w.W.'Ferry OPENS SATURDAY I
Theatre* und?r dlractlon of Hugo RieaenfeM
lAl V UL1 AT 49TH ST.
The love story
of Anne Holeyn
A Paramount Picture
Directed by Ernest Lublwch.
creator of "Pasalon."
A Triumph of Screen Art
Continuous Noon to 11:30 P. M
with GARETH HUGHES
A Paramount Picture.
TAI TO ROSCOB ARBUCKLE
I ? I w'-'nujTravtdii-.pS.'ilPiman"
TIMFS A Paramount Picturo
cA'.ri^n <'hiirlie Chaplin Revival
SQUAKL Famous Hli?Ito Orch.
?LAST GLORIOUS Week
final FERF'MCB NEXT SAT. NIGHT
MADISON SO. CiABDCN HOW
SCORE8 OK TRAINED JUNGLE BEAKTt
ALIRTS, ACROBATS. EQUILIBRISTS.
80 WONDER PER FORMING STALLIONS.
Congress of Freaks; Olpantlo Zoo.
Artnilstilnn to everything, Including
?rats, V)<- to fH.OO, according to location
f WAR TAX INCLUDED). Children un
der IS, roluciH) pries all Mats., eirept
Pat., to $1.10 neat* end over. Brunch TWt.
Off. GIMBEl. BROS.. R. H. MAOV k CO.
MAY 2 BROOKLYN
Gala Home Coming Conccrt
N. Y. HIPPODROME
Thurs. Eve., May 5, 8:15
?| Proceeds to the American Committee for
Relief of Suffering Women and Children In
TICKETS, Si. S2. 90, SS. S10 (No Tax).
On SALE AT HIPPODROME
BOX OFT-ICE TOMORROW
Mall orders will be recotral up to
Wndnraday at 0 P. M. Do not call In
person or telephone. Send rhi que with
return stamucl. ajilrrw*cil env<lono to
JAS. I lirilKlt. '?>*> W. ST.
* STARS *
Next Sun. Eve.
May 1st, at 8.15
BEATS NOW ON SALE $1 to $10
at BOX OFFICE, B a. m. to 6 p. ra.
PARTERRE BOXES ?1&0 00
GRAND TIER " $100.00
ARTT7H BODANZKY CONDL'CTOlt
CARNEGIE I PHI. AFT.. APR. 2#. 2:8(1
HALL I TUES. EVE., MAT 8, ?t!5
LA NT CONCERT* OF THE HICAHOX
Pololst MISHEL PI ASTRO VIolH
THE KNAHE IS THE OFFICIAL PT \ S> ?
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