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News of Wireless Talking Activities and De
' velopments, Musical and Other Programmes
of Broadcasting Stations and Answers to
Queries Will Be Found in These Columns.
aPtobcH Sconcld WodM f.om the;
(D. F. C, M. C, Croix de Guerre "
with four palms; formerly Comm -n-dr
167th Squadron, Royal Air Fcrcj.
RADIO CLUBS.
Tho sensational development of tho
wireless telephone and tho cnoimous
demand for receiving sets have cre.t.td
demand for radio clubs. Kvcry day
wo receive letters requesting' Informa
tion concerning local wireless t jnn
Iratlons. Rural communities linvo es
tablished clubs which have become
pop- social centres. Sonio clubs
meet twice a week to enjoy the broad
casting received on tho club net which
Is usually mom powerful and bettor
equipped than tho Individual set. At
theso meetings topics of interest to all
members uro discussed. Later the
members adjourn to dance to music
from tho air
Other clubs meet as often as seven
nights a week and boast uu active en
rolment of several hundred memttcrf.. '
Schools, high schools and colleges, to
say nothing of largo organizations of
every Jescrlptlon, huvo taken up the
fad and established radio clubs. In
tho suburbs and outlying districts the
iret-togcthor spirit Is very strong and
clubs arc formed with little difficulty.
Tho city, however. Is quite different
and offers a variety of complications
not cosily overcome. Many fans are
looking forward nevertheless to t v
establishment, In every district in
Greater Now York, of radio clubs
Srherc enthusiasts will get together to
enjoy tho entertainment and where
they may, through discussion, find
the solution to many of their local
radio problems. There nro enough
radio enthusiasts In every district of
his city to make tho community club
Idea a success.
Tho Radio Kdltor extends an Invita
tion to all radio clubs to send news
of their activities to him for publica
tion. Tho programmes listed in tills col
umn aro not tho only ones lclng
broadcasted In this district. There aro
numerous amateurs sending out good,
rauslo on tho 200-metro wavo lcn-jt i.
Appropriate music may be picked
from tho air at any time for any
occasion by, merely changing tho wave
length.
LETTERS
.Among tho letters of congratula
tions received by the officials of W D
Y was ono from J. II. Wiedcrhold, of
Kitchener, Ontario, Canada. On tho
night of January 30 Mr. Wiedcrhold
wan Invited to the homo of a friend.
Dr. J. Hctt, of Kitchener, where he
was to hear a radio plioiu concert
Ho arrived Just in time to hear a
familiar voice singing ono of hlo
favorite songs. He did not enter tho
room until tha rendition was over. It
im his brother singing and ho dm
not want to disturb him although ho
thouch it atrango that his brother
should bo In Canada without bin
knowing it. Much to his surprise ho
found In tho room only the doctor anu
two or three mutual friends. Before
he had a chenco" to ask any questions
the doctor explained to him that ho
had seen the namo of Albert Wiedcr
hold, baritone, on tho radio p'topn
broadcasting programme nnd knowing
him to bo a brother thought hn would
gtve him a llttlo rurprlso party ho
that he might hear his brother sing
ing over a thousand miles away.
f t rnvHiw. 3 O O. Sandy Kalis
Ttmtnins, Ontnrlo, Canada, wioto to
W J Z saying: "I am locateu in inc
Temagaml Forest Reservo In nnrtii
rn Ontario. I have no Idea how far
I am from Newark, but I know 1
must be at least ono thousand miles
away. Anyway, you come In hero
swell, Just like being In the room
with you folks over there, nnd your
operator Is an old friend of ours we
Mm vnlrA no well.
"Last week I took the set lack Into
.. vvm.v, nhniit twentv miles to a new
camp and after scratching around for
some soft place for a grouna wire,
eventually drove a pipe about three
tM in th irround nnd then threw
a wire over a tree for an aerial and
made my connections.
Tnt na T thnucht. In comes old
W J Z and the miners wives tore tho
head phones apart all trying to listen
at once, I couldn't stand the squab
Wing so I left tho receiver In the
h.nri, of hn fnlrer sex and went out
side. It was a cold, clenr night, rive
fet of snow and forty-twr degr
le!ow zero, and not a souna oui me
unnnnlnr of the trees with tho frost
five hundred miles from nowhei
and the olr full .of sweet music. It's
creat to think of It and compare it
-im hn oM rtnvfl of Isolation, when
it, nnlv nir vnu had outsldo of the
howl of the wolf was tho whiz of tho
chips flying In fighting back a frozon
death of an nxe.
"The long nights aro long no longer
if li K A. W J 'A and W D Y are
right hero In the shack shortly after
sundown nnd como In so plain tnal
the dogs used to bark at you but
they bark no longer, for they know
you now as I do and Just stop, look
and listen."
Frank H. Jonea, an electrical en
glneer, stationed In the middle of
Cuba on a sugar Blantatlon, 1,450
mile from KowatOT writes that he
eajoys W. 3 Z asfl ff. D. X concerts
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(OtUMH.
I Questions and Answers
E. P. Rush, Roscllc, N. J., writes:
"Does a crystal need any cleaning or
attention?" Ann. Yes. It should bo
washed occasionally with soap and
water, using a small, soft brush. If
this is dono dally It will Increase the
sensitivity of tho crystal and prolong
Its usefulness.
A. K. S.. OsslnSng, N. Y., inquires:
Can you tell mo where 2 13 AK is
located and who operates It?" Ana.
great many liavo asked tho same
question nnd tho following answer will
servo for all: 3 li A K Is located in
the Old Post Road Garage at Tarry
town, N. Y., and Is operated by Jos
eph 11. Sluvln.
W. C, Now York, writes: "I livo
in a house surrounded on all sides by
high buildings. Will my location In
terfere with good reception?" tris.
If your ncrlnl Is pluced alKivc tho sur
rounding objects your position will
not mnko any material difference.
Question No. 2. "What does CW
mean?" Ann. OW moans continuous
wave. It in used in radio telephony
and can also be Used in radio tclcgra
phy. . '
It. Cf writes: "I have a two-Hllde
tuning coli, a Gulena detector, u fixed
condensor, u pair of 2,000-ohni enr
phoncs and a slnglo wire aerial forty
feet long. It Is properly hooked up
and grounded and I can rccclvo only
telegraph messages. Can you tell me
what tho trouble Is?" Ann. Your
aerial Is too short. Kor a single wire
aerial you should have at least 100
feet.
ij. Weinberg. Rockvillo Centre, Jj.
I., writes: "Will a crystal set bo any
good to mo up here?" Ann. If you
havo reference to tho programmes
broadcasted at Newark when you say
"any good," tho answer is, No. Tho
null us of tho crystal set Is limited and
I would not advise spending money on
one if you aro over fifty miles from
the broadcasting station.
A. B. C. writes: "What Is a choko
coll?" Am, A choko coll Is a coll of
wlro wound so as to havo great self
induction. Question No. 2: "What Is a recti
fier?" Ann. A rectifier is an Instru
ment used for transforming nn alter
nating or oscillating current Into con
tinuous current.
Question No. 3: "Will bakelito
mnko a better iwincl board than
ebony?" Aii. Klthcr will make a
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QPPENHEIM (SLUNS & 6
FULTON STREET BROOKLYN
Continuing Tomorrow
A Dress Event of Extraordinary Importance
Dresses
All Sizes
For Women and
Mlssca
At Far
An unparalleled offering of hioro than 1,000 fashion
able frocks In Silk Denisette, designed along the lines
of tho new Spring voguoln a variety of fascinating
models, charmingly braided and oxqulsltely embroidered
Drcnn Dcpnrhuml Stroud 'Voce
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(food pnnri' board but tlio Imkellte la
inucli cheaper.
1'. A., New York, nsks: "How li
a wave length measured?" Ann. The
uminl method Is to mcamirc from the
crent of ono wave to tho crest of the
succeeding wave.
I lie nuir to read Bide Dudley's im
!;rci.Woiu o radio phoning in to-day'
fa per.
W J Z (Newark)
360 Metres.
I'Vaturrs ior tho day:
Hourly news service, every hour
from 11 A. M. to 8 P. M.
Official wruthcr forecast: 11 A. M.,
12 M., B !. M., 10.01 1 M.
Arlington olllclal time, 11. G3 A. M
12 M., S.52-10 I M.
Shipping news, 2.03 P. M.
Dabson's statistical service, C P. M.
AgrU'Ulttiral report, 12 M. und 6
P. M.
WD Y (Roselle Park)
360 Metres.
Mmc. Alnrlo Rlrkhahm, French
pianist, will play selections by Bach,
Beethoven. Grieg and nubenstcin,
8.1G P. M.
8.4G, Miss I.ulu Root, contralto,
who recently returned from a concert
trip to the Antipodes and tho Pacific
Coast, will sing many selections.
9.20, Michel Hoffman, concert vlo
Unlet, will play selections by Sara
nate, Chopin, Schubert, Dvorak,
Wlcnlawskl, Including "Humor
csquc," "Ave Maria" and Nocturne
In U Cat.
OKA (Pittsburgh)
340 Metres.
Music, 10-10.15 A. M., 12.30-1 P.
M., 2-2.15 P. M., 4-4.15 P. M.
Unrlo Wlggly,' bodtlmo stories for
the children, with music, 7.30 P. M.
Government market reports and re
port of the New York Stock Kx
chango, 7.45 P. M.
better from Roger Babson, econ
omist, S P. M.
"The Woman In Business," by
Miss Suznnno Beatty, 8.15 P. M.
Songs by Sam Ash, 8.25 P. M.
The evening programmo will con
sist of violin and piano, soprano and
tenor solos. At tho plnno. Miss Gl
zclla I'allos; Miss Anna Rcllly, so
prano; John Richards, tenor: John
Scdlncck, violinist.
The programme will consist of se
lections from Rachmaninoff, Tschal
kowsky and Huby, Grutzmnchor, and
Rlcs.
I X E (Medlord Hillside,
Mass.) 360 Metres.
Features for the day:
Police reports for tho City of Bos
ton, 8 P. M.
Bedtlmo Stories, 7 P. M.
Lecture, "Orchestra or Gallery."
from Commerce and Finance, by G.
K. Thompson, 8.30 I'. M.
Babson business report, Liberty
Bond quotations.
The remainder of tho evening will
be spent in broadcasting popular
music.
The lltcnliiu World will conduct a
column delated to the new Jladio
Phone Service and icill annuxr ques
tions concerning tho service. Pro
Urammen of the different oroadcaslinn
stations will ic printed in Tho Eve
ning lforld. Address Itadlo Phone
Jiditor. Keio York V.vening H'orM.
BROOKLYN;
An Unprecedented Special Purchase
and Sale of New Model
of Silk Denisette
For Immediate Street and Informal Wear
13.75
Below Prevailing
ItAIllO ADVERTISING: 1
LlVr our Itndlo Expert prcyare anil
place four iidiertMni for this nd
all other nnhllrntlonw.
No Pervlrr I'lmrtie J'ubllnliern' Roles
sterni'IEI-d noiH.nr, inc.,
(lenrral Adtrrtlslna;.
Tribune Hide. Ilrrkttian 3ll-30-6Ii2.
I'll on r for lleprrsentntlte.
i i r
For Best Results Use
Novo
Batteries
With Your Vacuum Tubes
Tor Kale by Leading; Dealer.
NOVO MFG. CO.
424-438 W. 33d St., N. Y. Chelsea 9380
WIRELESS BOOKS
ALI, UP TO IIATK
Conatrucllon of a Trnnmtlantlc Vlrel5s
Itrcclvlnsr Set. Price :t5c.
DolKn Dnta for Itadlo Transmitters and
Itocelvors. J'rlrc 70c
l:xjcrlmntnl Wliclns? Stations, by Edcl
man. l'rki .1.00.
nndlu Time Hlftiml Ilccelver. Price rise.
Wlrclcs Telegraphy and Telephony Sim
ply Explained, lly A. 1'. .Morgan.
I'rlco l.r.0.
rtndlu Ilnok-Ups. Oy M. D. Sleeper.
Price 70c.
ritKKt Cataletne or Wireless Do.ks
Sent rrre on Kequest.
THE .NORMAN W. HENLEY PUB. CO.
2 West 45th St., New York
Take Elevator to Sixth Floor.
The same engineers who $
designed wireless appara
tus now UBCd by the U. S.
15
oo
Navy, put their reputa- COMPLETE
Hons behind the MARVEL WIRE
LESS TELEPHONE OUTFIT.
Complete Outfit $15.00
Sold by Gfmbel Brothers.
rrrrdKlftrninna Itndlo Corporation,
Manufacturrra of High omd Low rower
Tiadto Apparatus.
ZSl I'ourth Ate. Htvr York City
Order From Dealers or Direct.
Marvel Wireless Telephone
...,,). mim m
Nothing extra to buy. ijT fA
Guaranteed to equal or in I I llli
urDasa In performance v I Vv
15
any outfit eellln. at
double the price. I New
Jersey broadcaatlnc
stations easily heard In
New Tork And suburbs.
sold by James MrCrrrry & Co., t.litett's
Vruf Mores.
Freed-Eueniinn Radio Corporation
lllch and low priced apparatus.
Its to 13.000.
Ml FOCItTII AVE.. NEW YORK CITY
''y" Dealer, torit.
WATERPROOF PLYWOOD
FOR RADIO WORK
United States Plywood Co., Inc.
No. 3 WcjI 14th St., New York City
Let Experts Do Your Radio Work
15 Years V. &. Naval Itadlo Experience
to AdUse You.
EXrt.KT RADIO ItKI'AIR MEN
AVAI1.AI1I.E AT AM. 1 1 DC ICS.
HUTS 1NHTAI.I.I.1.
JERRY k. CRONIN
Formerly Lieutenant U. B. N.
203 W. 77th St. Scliuiler 3331
ronMRIl Itadlo Sergeant ol Army and Ita
dlo Klectrlclan In Navy wishes to make
connection with radio concern, can demon
strate, sell and Install radio receiving equip
ment. A. X., S3! World. Urooklyn.
rtADIO expert. Instrument maker, wishes
connection to demonstrate, sell. Install or
manufacture radio Instruments, a 1r.il
World.
Brown
Navy Blue
Black
Prices
J
QUICK RELIEF FROM
CONSTIPATION
Get Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets
,1 rrv of thousands
since Dr. Edwards produced Olive
Tablets, the sustitute for calomel.
Dr. Edwards, a practicing pnysician
r. ft ...nr. n .1 -olnmrl's old-time
enemy, discovered the formula for Olive
Tablets while treating pauenis ior
chronic constipation and torpid livers.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets do not
contain calomel, but a healing, soothing
vcRetable laxative. ,
"ti-rvnnte" of these
little sugar-coated, olive-colored tablets.
They cause the bowels ana nvcrio acx
normally.
If you have a "dark brown mouth"
a dull, tired feeling sick headache
torpid liver constipation, you'll find
quick, sure and pleasant results from
one or two of Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets
at bedtime.
Thousands take them every night just
to keep right T- y them. 15c and 30c.
Advt.
Better than aspirin'
SALICON
Salicon does not affect theheerl
Cuticura Soap
The Healthy
Shaving Soap
OatlearslptaaTssrltats(. KTSrywksraM.
CONCERTS AND MUSIC.
La it N. Y. Concert This Season
METROPOLITAN OPERA HOUSE
SUNDAY AFT., FEB. 12th, at 3
Galli-Curci
Seats nt nor Office Monday.
1'rlces. ft. tl.no. K.OO. MOO (So War Tax).
ir IIKNKFIT CONCKKT Kntlra Iro-
reeds Ionated to N. Y. Osteopathlo
ir fr nnic ana iiospiiai iiina.
MOT. EVANS BLATKH. (Stelnnay I'lano)
CHICAGO OPERA
MAR.Y OAHDKN, General Director.
tiiikd M AMU ATT AM oitka
WKKK mnniini irui IIOUK1'
TO-NIGtIT at 8 trremlrre). "I,ove for
'three. Oranges;" Tues., "LonMe;" Wed
"Tannhnuner:" Thiirs., "Illrolettn!" Frl
Salomes" Mnt. Mat. at X, "The (ilrl of the
Golden West:" cat. Night, "Luria di Lam,
mermoor."
(Mason x Hamlin the official piano.)
Hippodrome, Sun. Night, Feb. 12
at 8.15. Concert by JOHN
?Cormaci
TICKETS. SI. l.r,0, J2. J2.50. SEATS NOW
PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA
i,i:oroi,i)
CAUMXiu: I
IIAI.L
STOKOWSKI. Conductor.
Tft.MnP'W FVr. at
8.1S
MAIIIA IVOGUN,
Soprano,
METROPOLITAN
OI'RKA
IIOKSK
TONIGHT RARRPR flp SEVILLE
at 8.
1IAUDMAN I'lANO USED.
AMUSEMENTS.
Continuous 10 A. M to Mldnlftht.
B. F. KEITH VAUDEVILLE
"Tllli CAM. OF 110MK."
nAnnt.n i.i.oyn comedy company.
LJ IMH'Jkil bway
AA101, I ltli:i)l,..M) CO.
Ames & Miitlirup, othrrH.
l'OI.A NKGIll in "The I.Ast l'nyment,'
iakiii.ii i.i.tiii) mi:iv.
8 th 3T.
5-7 AVE.
rfARRY CAREY ,.,
(l-N
CIISON)
IIiirrT JoNon.
other n. P. Keith Acts.
POI.A NICGUI
in 'The Last Payment.'
r A u I PoosPEas-
jiltlUUH u
rvESrCHESTM
MIDW IM i:it CAHMVAI.
811. 1'. KEITH ACTS 8
And I'rature Pictures
Earh Half Week.
BeiT VAUDe.WLt.reATtJPE ILMSr J
I'OKKy Parker Ct . Iltit
KitZKlbbous, Walinstey & Keat
Inif, tne On Tho Al.ilt," I'ay
ton & Ward. Jeani'tu & Nor
man llros. Ilelento llro otl5.
POLA NEGRI in
"THE LASTPAYMENT"
IttABbrhAVtl
& SUPREME VAUDEVILLE
POLA NKIiltl mi
"THE LAST PAYMENT"
nnd hi PREME VAUDEVILLE
lianclns contest eve-y Tlmrs.
nlte;
Will Stanton & Co., Sy'vester L
Vance. Rob. ltuchatian. Daw
son Bisters St Co.. Nevins &
Cluhl. Fred X: Kranklo Hums.
MARION D.WIES In "THE
llltllll.M I'l.Al."
R
R
1V0LI
'Moriin of the Ludr l.etty
with RODOLPII VALENTINO
H'Ktiy.lt DOROTHY DAl.TON.
49th tit. A Paramount Picture.
IALTO
"BOOMERANG BILL"
Times with Lionel Iiarrymore,
Square. a raranioum i-icturo.
r Ajiuuti i.inii.ii ui k 1 1 .
TlflTPRlrirJ TIMES CONTINUOUS
t BQUAIIEINOON TO II.
"WHERE IS MY WANDERING
BOY TONIGHT?"
Mat. To-Day
i, wo nesi ji
Krats at
0LUMBIA
11'waylTwlco Dally Ilurleenuo
A-4Tthl'J IS & 8 l&.il'op.Prlci-s
, CUDDLE UP
with n.iiiiti
(Dutch) WARD
A: TED IIEAI.Y.
"Enjoyable "- -Mall.
'THE PRODIGAL
JUDGE" 1
s.tTi fASTi BmM'
li
rt.jf IMIIOU5
9 A t" AiC H.OM T
Vt'UHLU WAAT9
.-
STeGIN N I IIS IG TO - U A I
AMUSEMENT3.
UbSblt IVlcCOY DAVis
ItltENDKI. & ItKttT UltNEST EVANt t
(illtl.H CI.AKK Si VEHDI DICKENSON
DEAOON .IWllli: H TO 111) AltU CLAY
TON & I.ENMI-OTHKItS and
RAY MILLER am ,! oiiciiestra,
IQrNniojdiyt Permitted In limes nnd Iifes.
National niea..4ist. W. of n'y. IJry.IWi
iiauuiiai Jlt jiat.Bat.Ex.Mat.Mon.,Keb.l3
Bef. Tom'w. Eve. K1Lyoc'? o"don.
A new play by John wTTlard, wltii
Ilenrr Hull
Jlorence Eldrldxe
Ileth I rnnklrn
Percy Jlloore
Edmund Elton
Ilnrry I), Southard
jiiancne trriaerlcl
Ityder Keane
Jane Wnrrlnfton
John Wlllard
BROADHURSTTr.M.Vi'S
MARJOLAINE ,hB Musical
uinnjUKmrn, POMANDEfl WALK
with penny wood & lunnox pawle.
BOOTH THEATRE, West
UUUI" Matinees Wed.
45th Street.
and Sat.
Ol'RMNU TO-NIGHT AT 8.30.
WILLIAM COURTENAY ul
Jutes
in "THE LAW BREAKER" Icoodinan
Eckert
IwKA OAI C JtvSoJO-MAis vtO( sai
IrXIOAV MAT
yrrtL -n: l1tjnih'JillilIMI.i
lisrJniTjlk
V
dim tin m ti i
TlQ V
Keeps Standees on Tips of Their Tues.
DtTDIlm IPThea..42d St .W.of try.Kva.8.30
nLrUDLIli Mats. Wed. and Sat. at .30.
FI TINfiP West 42d St. Evenings. 8.30.
CLiinur, sutiii Wed BIld Sat 30
PPNTRAI T11EA , To-day, 15.
ICHinrlL, mh Rl ..way Tcnight, 8.15
CAUL LAESLMI.i: Presents tho
Jost ironderul ritture In tmrrlcn.
FOOLISH WIVES
The Ilrst Real fl.000,000 Picture.
Es. and Sat Mats., fl, tl 50 and t2. Top
Daily Mats., 50c.. ft and ft 50.
NEW AMSTERDAM W ST tw 0 15
rUTS.VEO.S'SAT. 504M2.S NO HIGHER
ZIRCPELD TRIUMPH
mm
MARILYN MILLER.
UBON BRROL In
NEW AMSTERDAM ROOK, at 11 NEW
ZIEGFELD MIDNIGHT hKULlU
FMPIRP Il'way and 40tlt St Eva. 8.20.
cmrirvc ,v-a c,, r. 1.1.
nnnio iriiiir'n'h"cwrHE
UU ttl dtJCZARINA
II n:ll-124 V. 43d St. Evs.SKi
nenry miner sMts. Thur.. Sat. s i.-Cb.l3
LAURETTE Vnnn'IrJ Th Ni,i"i!
TAYLOR iNw Pb,r I nthcm
PARKcircrrdeJO-NlUHfo..
lats.Med.
and Sat.
FRANK FAY'S FABLES
T
ATS
on.
n AIFTV B'way. 40th St. Evs. S -n
M.I. Wort Jt, nt ''ft
ELSIE
MORE FUN THAN
ANY REVUE Till
TANK SEASON," says Hey
wood Droun.
PHUDSONSiVI
BV OOBEOT MICH ENS s
KUIPKCDDnOkCD Jl'nay. 38 St. Evs. 8 30
iiiiiuiii.iuiviiiii.ii Mats.Wed.A Sat .2 30.
'BULL DOG DRUMMOND'
A Ileal Melodrama," with A. I.. Mathews,
BELASCO
W. 44th St
Eves, nt 8.20
Mats. Thurs.,
Sat. d. Keb
DAVID
LENORE ULRIMIK
1IEI.ASCO
Presents
CfiRT West 48th St. Evenings a' ..,
v R I ,,. v,A nnd Sat. at 2 20.
Wallace EDDINGER-MAIt NASH
in "CAPTAIN APPLEJACK
ceo milAU txcatrc ay 4i
.M COHAN HlTSWlDfrVkT S0hjo-
ED. WYNN
THE PEPFECT WOOL
MORNING DEARIE
GLOBE w- 8 .
SfiTffi'lon at the
TIMES'SQ.
Allan Pollock in
Theatre. W. 42 St.
"A Bill ol Divorcement"
Bves., 8.30. Hals.
Thur & Hat.. 2-30
With Janet Uecdier.
. ... . W 42d St.. nt 8.20.
lUbKll Ved. & Bat at 2 20.'
i.l-O M COHAN'S COMEDIANS
!''?; Wholesome MuOcal Comedy
THE 0'BRIEN GIRL
m m si. JMn ni. iu3, nk n.o.
LYLhUM ",. Thurs. 4 Sat at 2 JO.1
DW1D HELASCO Presents
LIONEL ATWlLL oni'I'icr
MADir nnnn KLAWThea., w.4sth st.
lunixlL, luou nvs.8.30. Mts.Wea & rial,
" "LILIES OF THE FIELD"
Ilv Wm. llurlbut. With Frederick Perry,
iniMs'.aV W.Btl.BW;MIv
ITIU3IODUA Mats. wea. uno Di, , aj
SlPns "MUSIC BOX REVUE'
...... mnic W. 42d St. Es. 8.13
aAWl H. HAI1'J Mats. Wcd.A Sat 2 15,
SIX CYLINDER LOVE
With
KIINKST THUI..V
FRAZEE
W. 42d St,
Eves , 8.20,
DULCY
Mats Wed.. Sat. & IV1 13
LYNN FONTANNE
on CT Music" Hall, bet. H'v,ay S Cent,
63D SI. A1, v Mat. SATURDAY at 2 30
iinur evenings, 8.20.
,-.. uu.i.1,1 ivrforninnre Wed. at 11.30
punch"& JUDY &Bc.S..B,uK:
- in-VinilT at 8.30.
Wedi,..lay. t" . ' m ncTC.
MARY SHAW
llinr.. n
OlMPICl GIRLS FR0M MATINEE
14TH ht. JOYLAND . nM v
n'" "d aV ' niMU.rsQi'nwf, t A,LT
Tl'ESDAV EVE AM ATI. I RS
nniTni "THE four horsemen
Aril UL OF THE APOCALYPSE"
CAl'lTOJ. GUA'JO OUCU.
... ,
TO
GOOD
AMUSEMENTS.
loljcn'
't Sllh CI Thoa.,7 Av. ft eg St. Ev.B.iU
AL JOLSON
"BOMBO"
CENTURY Th C2i Cen. V W Col SS0O
l.'vs.8.ao.Mts.Wed..tat Kelt. 13
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Chauve Sourh ""' l,:,t " ''
it. From Moscow.
49TH ST TheaW,of U'way Circle 3S20.
Evs.H..n. Mala Tna. I.U.f III
FIRST MATINEE TO-MOIt'llOW.
Ambassador r?."r-l?.'."'i..v .'-"t?"
-fer BLOSSOM TIME
LONGACRE We,t 481h st- 1!v- ' 8.30.
Mats. Wed. & Sat. at 2.G0.
THANK- U
LITTLE THEATRE, W. 44th St. Evs.8.30.
Mats. Wed. and 8nt at .30.
O The lst YEAR
-WILLIAM A. IlltAlll Presents-
UnXH T Theatre, East of Ilroadtvny.
r" vv 8.30. Ma's Thurs . Sat
The Nest
With
l.t t'H.E
ATNON
Rlinil Wct 45(11 Street Eenlnit. 8.30.
D1JUU MntJ -wed.. Sot. nnd Peb. 13.
DOVER ROAD IS.
jfr BELMONT
AMh Ht Ttrv 4H T!v
ID 1 r, t m Thus. (1 . a
"S- S. Tenacity" & "The Monkoy's Paw"
LAST IVlsna A i iina 1 lir.. I III ;.
Pauline Lord
Arthur
Hopkins
Presents
in "Anna Christie'
fW UiMnCDDIITW 4Rth
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VlNCHELL SMITH'S VJUN
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A METRO-REX INGRAM
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W. GRIFFITH'S
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THE PICTURE SENSATION of the SEASON!
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THE FOLLOWING-
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Today Today, Tumn.
New York4 Wed., S3d st,
Ib. 9 10.
Circle, sath St ,
Feb. 9, JO, II, IS.
Lincoln Sci. Greeley Sq.
Orpheum Victoria
Ucianccy St. Ave. 11.
lb. 10, 11, 13,
116th St., 7tll Ave,
l'eb. II. 12.
42d St.
Tell. 13, It,
Ilio.
I"eb. Hi. 17.
Spooner letory,
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Mm IN AUUIllUrt TO USUAt. DIU UlCUbHAMi
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HOBAR.T
HENLEY
"PRODUCTIONS
PILEtCUI
Hope
HamptOTL I
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in mr LAres
PICTURE
II
BY FANNIE HURSTSIA
f-A MUUS 5? UK r rjt
withJAMESRENNIE
A F1R.ST NATIONAL ATTRACTION
Enoaucmcnt Lxtraordmaru '
NAHAN FRANK0 H
I'lajinc and Condurtlnc n
Viennese Wnlcz
"lleautles of Hudn" Ivomtnk
HAROLD LLOYD
Retliul
"She Loes Me Not"
Adtenturri of nill nnd Hob
"The Civet Cut"
RICHARD IIOU) (Tenor)
ELDORA hTANl'ORD (Soprano)
The amnits ltni
IIERIIERT W.VIISROUS
STRAND SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
larl Edounrde, Conduction:
MISS HAMPTON WILL
APPEAR IN PERSON
AT 3:30 & 9.15 P. M.
i
See the Greatest Railroad
Scene Ever Photographed
NORMA
TALMADGE
r ' I,oo ft Itedemp
1 n in; w)tr
arttQNOON oOy
NIOHTJ '50
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vaO&Gville
and PHOTOPLAYS
lltl. L't mat !r &
Wuti
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aid '"'thers
Clark
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AMUSEMENTS.
ASTORrTTlS;w,,'To-NllhlBIVAfLi?
cecil LEAN nrt :LK0 MAYFIELD
M5.e.h."c. THE BLUSHING BRIDE
SHUBERT slvtS
X."PINS & NEEDLES"
JlnfT.V na nw tvi n 20 siats vttt-Vt.
lltll. IDA) MATINEE MOXDAV. I'EII. 13.
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SFI WVN Tiu.A . w iia Ht Evs. soi
OL,uiriri Jlft(!( W(M, nnd Knl nt2-n0i
Joorpli Cnn thorn nnd Mllhin Lorraine In
A MfSICAI. COMEDY HEYE.LATION.
COMEDY 4lst St , nr. Ifway Evs.8.20.
Pop. .Mats. Thurs, t Sat.2.20.
!t! PFTPfiVA ,r!,N
E.
H H . m m W j - - - ... .
IN
"The Whit Pencoek." by Mme,
Petrova.
PLAYHOUSE w th. nry :r,:s. EvB.
8 .0. Mat!
ts. Wed. t; Sat.
Robert Warwick
Helen Menken
Drifting
Maxine Elliott's ??'hr ";",y; v!-5-2n-
UllllMTI III Mill with
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muun ami mAn
Itlnckmer
rCAIlltl( K,(iX)V.33. Ev.ll.S0. Mts.Thr.,Sat
TJI7 WHO GETS
1
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to Methuselah" Mall Orders Now.
S s'The Deluge'
Ev Maof pi YMnilTH Thl"n w 4"'"' Rl ev.s.ro
i.sat m rLimuuin m,, Xi,ra t Kat 2.30
LO&W presenr
E HAZZARD'S
42off-r3VAY.
TWICE DAILY
F.VS. Me to fl.Bo.
POP PRICE MATS.
M.I. hEATS
RIEIIYED.
PRODUCTION
Empire of start Gmohota
JO k ttJOO Good Ordxtr. Seats
UM
Presents
PiCTL iu:
"eh. lti. 17. ia. in.
National Houlcvard
I.alacu (UK.) dates (UK.)
l ultnn Ilk. Warwick Ek.
l'rb. 17, 18. 10,
Urcvoort Alplno
(Llkn.) (Bkn.)
l'cb. 18. 10. 20,
Kurland.
l"eb. 22. 2.1 llw.iv lTUc.
Bronx Opera Housa
143th St. jt r.it Av t
I'rlcs. Mats. Wed.. Bat.
Marjorie Rambeau
ln"DADDY'tJ
.ONE
A-HUNTINO.",,
BROOKLYN.
QTAR
.lay .V Pulton Ms. I Mnt.
TrL lrlnnplM Ami i IImIIy
Tuet. i:c. tifuiDi nrniDieeniimuv
Anuiii'iir- "iiinuui uirtLO uurnrniii
i;m:i! m sday 2 uir. concerts t
s
MARK Tfc
MARION DAVIES
'The llride'H Play."
TRANII
iERALDINE l'AltRATt
'Carmen."
IIROIIKIA MJT
Soloists lliillrt Orch.
EDUCATIONAL. INSTRUCTtON.&C
VK'r.lN, n andnlln. banjnne Instruction at
pupil h lesiili'iirc, tl a lesson. Wrltii
Al ri.l.l.n. r,iK) r, 14th st , city.
FOR SALE.
Wahchcs- Gold Jcjuielry
ltr-t ryin"i MwUTes Imi7ied1at dfllrary.
No 1otrest oa unpaid bslanoa
TrsnsotJonii cnarldentl&l. Jlelltble Ooooa.
ON LIBERAL CREDIT
Tfrmi as Low as $t.00 a Wwk,
fall. Wiltn or Theme Cort. 6867.
it Hcnd IlfprflntatlTa It Peclrert.
American Watch ADiamondCo,
1 6 MAIDEN LANE XS I
I UITOWN HTOnR I
503 5th Ave. WhFl
PHONE VANDERRILT
302S
DIAMONDS
WATCHES
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A STORE-NOT AN OFFiCE
DIAMONDS
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CREDIT.
Iluy from Diamond Cutter, Save 20.
IM DIAMOND RING tl WEEKLY
100 MA.MON-D RINO XI WEEKLY
fO WHIST WATCHES ... . t2 WEEKLY
J0S.R0SE&S0N Sa
btnil. ,11) John 212. no employer's references
DIAMONDS0" CREDIT
WATCHES AND FINE JEWELRY
Most tliersl Terms Best VALUES In the Ct
ROYAL S'AMOND fc. WATCH COj'
tl vieeklr. ISO DIAMOND III NO.
U wreUj. (100 UIAMONO 1UNU. Z
UWllOltJUTAN. 47 W. IH1V
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