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THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, DEdEMBEE
Reel Reviews Ly UuN ALLEN. - not the bent thins either Negri or Juuniug-s ban done. Wo llkd the t'uiur hotter In "l'niion" und the Kilter much better In "All for u Woman," but they uve fnr. tur ubovo 'lu nve-npj Kcrten playeiA 111 thilr lu-enent it'Wyc. 'Vom'ettn." Ih one of I Movie Ixiiin niiN a buny thorough tare ycntmlny. Ith chaugfH huio and lllius theic and hut fen- 'lousing hold-ovt is lover of the dumb' murder of her favorite brother, ln- frold of u man stepping off his front! mcrtuiv. "l.a Vorgn ilol De'tlno," by completed a prosrammo which will porch on n pleasunt July inornltig. Ho 1 Vcrill. imiuuoiy sell every hcui in mi slnrtn as a trainn nciwmnn in u flothafel a 'initio this week. mythical far Western town' und ends. S. 1j. JtotbuM preHeiitn a luiie-milt up as u tur secret ncrvlco man uf lor protTunune this week ut the Capl I ulimle-handcilly roumllnir no tin touirlil Theatre1 which Is full of the Yulctldo desert Kanir jib ever HUtittled u prulrle : spirit of gvod will and cheer. Kven Hcnoouer, lusioriiiff tlic unjustly me nunureu.s wno sioou in 11110 mr in 'hnrscil young haul, clerk to npr.jjht ! hour last, night on Uroadway bef.ee OTHER SHIP LINES : LIKELY TO BE FINED opera 'had mini), many different sorts f inovlo entertainment lo from. faultily chisslllid i.n uaya" the week before Tin ufurv nf , w.,-.... Kimi.i niiri niiHHinit. I'oiii iniiiinntti nun. nr i.niivu. mnm m. inpr pmiiu even ireL stnnamir room, i Negri." playing n wealthy (Jornlcuii "Tho Ulil." ' 1 speaks well for the entertainment t J Cuihial mi -ueiiiiiB ! maiden, sweurs tne tomoie ouui m . .vmiouifli as wlerd us tho wlerdest ; me oiKResi uivairu in me worm, j imf r-liu-miiH i the vendetta that sue will avengo uiu ' urcam of a iiiishethh enter. "The IAjx" , feature cinema is a .nun s uoii e. u , Is good entertainment. Seldom has Heltt'leR production wltn nn nn-siar i better nhototrranhv been i.oon in' cast. Harry Morey makes a realblic Uroadway. and. us for the star, those i and stern JiusUand or me frivolous riu WASHINGTON, Dec. 19. Asking Not Hi Only Alleged Violator Under Alien Lav, Davis Indicates. 19, 1921. - 0 v.gkH i p- in i ii i ii i i i i. i i m (It being il motion nlcture) falls des- choiiso ' r.ni Ut,.h in vo with hlni. They marry. He steps out of the hrldal "MoiKiio chamber for n moment, und during (Jhrlatnias I tne moment tne oriue iean mm certainty gave no Indlaulon of being 1 beloved husbund Is tho murderer of , ,-ivld action unreeling beforo them. slower, movlely Blinking, than anylhcr likewise beloved brother. , nd peoplo DO like a wild Western, of tho other llfty-one. l. ninny of i lll"t wnut happens when the bride- nlm. The wilder It Is the hotter they 41tn .. , ' I iri.w.i l-l.tlllliu nillRt 111 lOld llV tllO t llkn U. tt ...... 1 1 ... t. v.no. iko mil Hurt. Will Horfc8 anff,"B' r'.," . '1 ". ! lines and. it reprimand against the m er nomtiy inn nonesl ueiOM. will """ -V'Z".r;"?.:l...Zn.,a., t ...... r... .,i.-.i r...M,i.,. inillllul purnujHI Ul uiu uil rium nun i wm... v. .j...v .... Law vIolntloiiK. Is only the nrst ?tep follow llany Casey with bated breatl and a puiau lieutiuu- nulcker for the tho houses old attendance records were smaehwl Into the will-known binithorccn and nice new .uit.it, all apeckled with holly berries and mis tletoe, are now hanging In many lob bies. In several of (ho rineimi foyws the tuanagei-b Mood last night iKuming vith all the inward hupplneHs of the Icllne who had .lust made a table (Thole of tho cuckoo bin), und won dering whero on earth all this "busl nets depression'' talk was coming from. ficnorotisly sprinkled nbout on tho novie orterings for tun week are irronm intiiins must ue loiu nv tne screen, tt wouldn't he at nil fair to tell It In cold type. And besides. t would melt type inetnl were we to write It. And "Vendetta" is not the only good rhlni; en the Strand bill. Not bv ' Ifiuor wiivs. There's t.arr Seiium In I like It. If you have been forced to sit through a treason of tedious, tiresome problem and society drama flints, then Hnrry Curuy In "'Uiu Kon" will come ns n breain of crisp, hay-laden ulr alter u nijm in a hei metlcally sealed loom. t'aro tries, .nid hiiLt-ei'dH in the gold-digger with criminal tendencies. "Creation, tne nrsi cpiwoo 01 u lllbllcal motion picture produced by Sacred Pictures. Inc., wan particularly Impressive, -when accompanied by Erno Itupee's Yuletlde melodlra. Asldo from tho Incidental tunes, which servo to accentuate the clnefnn by the Labor Department to compel respect for the law. Secretary Davl. It wan Indicated to-day, will soon nslt that Ines bo levied ugalnst other lines, which, he situations. Conductor Itupee and the' holds, are seeking n paltry profit by his latest snon com.'.. i ae iioi: irjing, tt Mvan- awa ai our heart Hop;" 'Trailing tn- iojoie. uucsi strings l, rel mg gre.itlv on the acting ol a Coogan-like kid. 'Hie kid. unnamed a yet mi the programme. Is a good :'i per cent, of tho Hlni. Bullets and bandits divide the bal unec with tho star. No review of tho Jentral's show mil and Hob" .idtnture picture. and the topical review. Starting with btszt's ''Sixth Hungarian Uhapsody." plaed bj the Strand Orchestra, the musical programme display" many commendable qualities, ehlef of which .lushes nf noveltv hiipIi ;m "Thn I'm " i Ls the fvtnbolmn obllguto nlayed by Hairy Carey's latest thrlllorlno, I Uela Nyary In conjunction with the v Inch started unreeling at the Cen- j orchejflra. li-ul. where it rep'ae. d the fair and v lovely "Molly-O." and "Vendetta," a I "The New Oiscip' ." i tllmUlKatlon sommer-heat foreign feat lire stairlng! of John Arthur N'i-Ih .11 s powrrflli l'ola Negri and liniil Jannings at thoj book of the same n-i,iv , has a nies Strand. 1 sugo to deliver to the folks out ir At the Astor, "Theodora." like the . front in the Lyric I'h-i'.i this weci: pooi. seems always 10 bo with us. I And the til its uets ,.s own A. ii. i nhtle the Capitol olTers "A Man's ' messenger in dcllvei tpjr d. Home." Selzntek's latest pretentious The Him. whicli als.i incudes an tr.-inuUI-ieehir. t the Ulvoll. "Mlsa i torprotatloii of oo.lrow llson Lulu Ilett," the lllm adapted by Will- l "The New Freedom,' Burpnslngly l.im He Mille fiom Zona liale's novel , well done and Is just w'hut Its pi-o-ond pin v. proves to be an good. lf!luecrs promised t wnild bc-sonn-not a little better, film than It was a I tMne different. novel or a spealcy. At the Klalto.i H tells the love, sMry of u boy an. AVullace Held, Gloria Swanson and ! Kir' 1 n small town an: how tiny V.lllott Dexter are doing the same. ' nnu Happiness aim imrny uiner imu as they did at tho Ulvoll last week I Kvery one knew there'd be a love yarn nnd advising the saying to the folks r.Mnewhere Jr. the sto-y .for 'what III. out front "Don't Tell Kverything." could live without om ? I n it M "I'ool's Paradise" Is still turning this succhnrlned idealized love storj, 'm away :.t the O'lerlon. urd "The I that moans so much to the "hn-bu.t N.w Disciple." a dramatization of the the "other things" are the ones tha. book of the same name and con- I really count. tninlng an Interpretation of Wood- The Lyric Theatre hns been a well vow Wilson's "The New Freedom," swallo.wed and predigested Jonah for started a limited engagement .it the i many, many Him attempts so far this Ljrlc. v . seiuson. the majority of big features settling aown tor tne season, uui tu.u Capitol Orchestra gAve "The Spirit of Christmas." I Beginning this (Monday) ufteinoon, Mtns Atda Arinoml. the nllie- ear-old lass v.-ho made such a hit in "Dad dies," v 111 give "Christmas Greet ings." A jolly bit of divertissement was "Moszkowsklanu." which showed a series of Russian dances, inciuiieii moro elastic, nnd to make It hinder In Mils number wero the Capitol Hal-. ,, ,i. , let singers. Mile. Gambarelll and for steamer lines to dodge. iviiolii lm r., ,. n.iii, ;..i 7., .i ;i . i A exancier uumnnsny appear in u m nw buuug uw w umpu m MowVCe.1 .. . . 300 Hungarlutis-more than 200 of ... . .. ." . ". r-., imnrioi nroffriimiiii. wuuki ud complete without Hy Mayer's car toons. This week he shows some of the quaint characters to be seen In a Dutch fishing village. Tho Capitol Screen News, composed of the most timely subjects of five sceen services. btraphnngei." It Is a laurh from sturt to finish, nnd one of tho funniest jeen on Uroudwt.y for months. c " "N I Ing their reels and sfeallng away at rASSlNli IN HI .Mi W t"" f fortnight Once unoii u time it used to be "What, MK sit through ne nf tho foreign film ? Well. I should :y NOT!" Hut now 't has elnngcd to "What. Pola Necri in the pinui"? CiniP'e n ticket. iili.'l:!" At least, that'.'i the wnv It wi us, judgln'; from the gne -il ,iii of the flir.i fnn and fntipe" 'r'' ' was whin a fo'sn f'b" was ' foreign (I'-n: i 11m to '-e .-'" ' suffered trr.iwsh. No- v." ' differen1 alloeothei'. At"' T" as gen-l Tt -.p. ' " t'. r , Ittlol.l n ''-"V. -' il " t-r. Is sett'nj- ihr fl'- ii ' p. t . preset nre tl' f"!!1"- rt '" "" r-. Km." or vn.. .,. Cirman in u J will never be able to say the "New Disciple," for Iti However, wo this about Its manage- nent hns only entered It for a non- sldil enirairement of two weeks. It i.- i message picture, pure and simple, but wo rather Imagine the .ivcr.ase film scanner will enjoy the message. Why not take a trip to the Lrle .lid sec what's inside the "envelope?" "Mlsa Lulu Ilett" Is back on Uroad e.siy. but this .time she is een nit the -Teen us the cook und dishwasher. 1 1 he film version of the movie and pla by Zona Gule, which won tho Hnlttzer I rize for the best dramatic production ef l.iMt season, was picnted yesterday ut the Ulvoll nnd may be classed u' ir.o of ih leading films that Broadwa; , has recently seen. It was produced I by William Do .Mllle, and Is up to the i artistic standard of this well known ci cen producer. ' Iols Wilson impersonates the r.e: of Lulu Uett In a charming mant'i-i and Milton Sills as Neil Cornish, the! school teacher. Is seen in one of fe' best portrayals of his screen eurei .-. j ainning j neodore lloberts he st '1 smokes c. gars gives a delightful im personation of the Justice of the I-eace nnd father. Helen Ferguson lias the role of his eloping daughter und Mabel Van Huren plays tho p-irt :? her mother. Others In the cast nre Clarence Burton, Charles Ogle. Tavlor Graves and Ethel Wales. The' sub. titles are clever, nnd taken as a whole the film version of "Miss Lulu Uett" Is highly enterlnlnlng. Larry Semon in "The Hell Hop" noes a lot or nopping in bis latest mmedy. Other features of the pro r.ramme are "To a Wild Hose." i duet t Hetty Anders"n and Kr-d Jagel, . i..ilo .t . lv W'Uv Sln''l if) t'' loose methods In dealing with entry of nllens. He contends that so long us tho law providing tixed quoins for im migrants stands It must bo enforced. The Administration is planning changes In the law to mako It i bit them automatically Ineligible wei brought her despite ample notice to steamship lines that tho Hungarian quota for the year ending July 1 m-xt had been exhausted. thu .rtl'lant pair are '. this time in j .-y of old 'inunund Corsica. ut the s the dif1! r, ' in u tl.'H win s ,l by r ! t hi mj-' ;. b :vr,: 'I Is, luiwi The wildest Wlla West an.' tho 'r'Tnge t thrill of a W- ftrn 'Urn iro.ie inrn 's "The '"ot. ' '-i which Harry Carey started what it Is hoped ill be : .'Xt'nd-d Itrni '..i.v run at -ii. r turn! Theatre ycstTi! y. j N' vi " ii r,f pa i I llur.fT'r, n.'l il'd unyUiig as wild li.ir rm the prairies ir ". st,i"v i.r "T Fox" ltnrrv Cn . Is ..p'ly ' named. His name It) .' jsi t s n ins "il!clde." It ever t U- 1 t do . away , with hlmsrlf v t.. ng 'l.iir ' raising and heart topping cli.nu -, .ten t Is tne 5e'f.-.itii'' hir. knrl in "The Fns" ' Harry doer, evcr.tiiing that has i-v..;- Iiren done in t' 'i. ri'ei West, t. melodrama arp! then H'liw, He M..p at noihli Hi t..;.,,..- In: d."p, 'I vK eanv- il w.'n " .'.g rpocrocr3 0 0 Special X'mcis Discounts I Even after reducing my diamond stock to pre-wtr levels, 1 have decided to give an extra 1C discount on all diamonds purchased before Christmas only. My stock is all marked in plain figures and made up of dependable guaranteed merchandise exclusively. There arc exquisite diamond rings, lavalliercs, bar pins, wrist watches, genuine blue white from $25 up. Don't miss this opportunity. Established 34 years. WILLIAM H. BEHRENS - JEWELER Formerly "HAWKWS" 111 Eighth Avenue, near 46th Street, Manhattan iriri M-ii. i.n.i t.n.i ijrrKiajM ifiir it-mtmk wit Open until 0 o'clock ouch evening, up to , ami inohiding Siiturduy, December 241 li. Stern Brothers West 42nd Street Between 5tf and 6th Accnttes) West 43rd Street A Notable Reduction Sale Tuesday: over 1000 I"' of Women's Pumps and Oxfords Dependable, Fashionable Kootwertr in a wide variety of discontinued models taken from our regular stock and Drastically Reduced for Immediate Clearance to $6.95 t (Less than Original Manufacturing Cost) Mack or Brown KIDSKIN, Muck or Brown CALFSKIN; ia one-strap effects. BLACK or BROWN CALFSKIN OXFORDS. U'ATKNT or TAN CALFSKIN with Fawn Sucdc Combination, with one strap, all with welted soles 'and walking heels, f Also a variety of dcMruble PUJlPS with turned soles and Louis heels. All sizes but not in every style. Second Floor WLil OF KIFTH AVC Only 5 more chopping days to Christmas For the Convenience of Customers Our Stores Will RemaiiOpen, from Now to Christmas, Until 6 P. M. TUESDAY ONLY! Women s Imported French Kid Gloves! (Two-Clasp) 2 17 Were $3.18 These are our fine gloves, taken from regular stock for Tuesday's holiday pricing. They arc made with embroidered backs and overscam fingers. Black, white, brown, beaver, tan, gray and mode all sizes Men's Real Mocha Gloves 4.95 Were $6.46 These ideal cold weather gloves, which any man will be delighted to receive, are seamless line and have self backs. -See page 23 for other Hearn Advertising BEFORE yOU Sly SEE' PIANOS OF INDIVIDUALITY ff What gift could more eloquently express the spirit of Christmns In the hearts of those you hold dear than a piano? UPRIGHTS GRANDS PLAYERS Visit our salesroom and permit us to demon strate these wonderful instruments. CASH OU TERMS 155 LIVINGSTON ST. S BROOKLYN The McCreery FIFTH AVENUE MEN'S SHOP Splendid for His Christmas ! OVERCOATS At a Special Low Price $3Q.50 Overcoats make very appropriate Christmas pres ents for the men in your family. For that reason we have taken 250 of our $45 and $55 overcoats and marked them at this low price as a special offering. The fabrics are All Wool the tailoring perfect in every way the models are those most in demand this season and they may be had in all sizes from 34 to 44. Other Christmas Suggestions for Men and Young Men Men's Suits Four-piece Golf Suit Evening Clothes Evening Vests Rain Coats $29-50 up $45-o up $50'00 and $70-00 $5'00 ro $10'50 $8-75 to $25-00 James McCreery & Co. Second Floor Use the Special Fifth Avenue Entrance Suggesting a Gift for Comfort at a Price That Is Exceptional Women's, and Misses' WARM BLANKET ROBES $7.50 All-Wool Plaid KLmWt Kohi- will, ml) lnigth sleeves, shawl collar, pock ls and col'd girdles. The light nnd dark colorings an parlicularlv rffretivo. Second Floor. i Gifts of Individuality in a Reduction Sale Tuesday: 110 Handsome Imported FILET and EMBROIDERED PANELS $15.75 to 45.00 Regularly $23.50 to 65.00 each These fine Filet Lace and Euibroidered Scrim Panels are mostly 54 inches wide and add that distinctive touch to the home expressive of refined, good taste. Also notable Price Reductions on Sunfast and Dumask Drupery. Other Holiday Gifts at Special Prices: PILLOWS, SCARFS, CHAIR BACKS and TIDIES Upholstery Department Fourth Floor. Hand-scalloped and Han demhr older ed MADEIRA LINENS Appropriate for Holiday Gifts. Tray Covers, Centerpieces, Tea Napkins, - each 35c, 50c - each 1.95, 2.50 - doz. 6.75, 8.25 IJoudoir Cushion Covers, 1.50, 2.75 Luncheon Sets, 1.'5 pes. 5.75, Show Towels, - each 3.50, Guest Towels, - " 1.25, 6.50 3.75 1.95 Luncheon Cloths, 5.75, 12.00 French Handmade Cluny Lace-trimmed Linens Centerpieces, - - each 1.75, 3.50 Dresser or Buffet Scarfs 4.25, 5.75 Ten Cloths, - - each 4.25, 6.00 Luncheon Cloths, each 11.50, 20.00 Pure Linen Mosaic Tea Napkins, special $6.75 and 8.75 doz. Porto Rican Show Towels (Pure Linen, hand-embroi'd); each $2.95, 3.95 Irish Pure Linen Tea Napkins, hemstitched doz. $4.75, 5.75 MAIN FLOOR TABLES. z w J ii . I . i r . " m "i l " 1 - s TO 4 OPEN EVENINGS .A. . . . . .. - .