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THE EVENING- WORLD FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1922. 1 llPlwf wei Brought me spirit or uoney lsiana w I MF f iF I m 3r t 1, UJf .l HPT I K if " v - Lis- , I?,'. it : nrd flrrpnlny, Frericris 0. HlrOr.n ami - . . i ri - . . l ...li . From Surf Avenue to the "Roaring Fortes ''j$r$&j: nlmr the unique featured of tho mil. ART AND DEAUTY IN THE COSTUMES. ."ow. for the Intimate ner' Miss Grace Moore, a bcwltchltiS plcturo In robln-egfr yantalettufl arid black velvet smock r.nd Jaur.'.v can: I Mario Saulsbury as ,i French orcim puff, noma Scliacfcr in flowing orchid with a wisp of forBrt-rno-notH In licr Koldcn- treef, and Helen Flint in black ballet skirt had merry qu'.pd for all. May RuNhlng wub In a grass skirt, k four-Inch bodice, her arms and legs bare. Hula Hula, say wet Barbara Ruyllan, born In Dublin, an she con fenced, was a x.iucy Irish "Carmen up to date," In Rrcen and bar of left Hhouldcr. Miriam Miller, In peasant l coiitumc, woh nccompnnlcd by Uruco I'lno; happy of hearts and light of fret. A merry three-some were Doris I,anly. Ulllan White and Muriel Har rison, the latter as a pitter-patter Chinese maid. Hy actual count, Muriel liu.s attended nix balls In the lust month With a two-foot wlilto headpiece. .Miss Solly Dodgo In Louis XV. rai ment, accompuniea ny ner uusslan clad brother, Hoger, tho children of William DoLcftwltch Dodfre. tho artist, created qutto a stir. The skin of a baby leopard covered dainty Miss Chatlotte Strothman. Two eager lada John B. Osterstock and Webber Api sipped ginger nle, garbed as hhrlks. Charles Atlas, baro of body with the exception of a brocaded cov ering at his waist, carrying a huge staff, recalled tho golden days of Her- fllll'S. Miss Kleanor Knowles called herself Psyche In the Sl'nk. Sho wore a cre tonne skirt, a tin tub encircled her waist, from which dangled u sponge and a cake of soap. Hrilllant stones shone out from a two-Inch bodtco. Then there were Two Musketeers I'rcU Grant and Harold Gordon. "We had a third," said Grant, "but he passed out early In the ovenlng." .Fay Jordan was In red from nock to toes. Itudd Rennlc, hor partner, was a Staten Island Fireman. Gladyb Cohurn, In Baucy raiment, declared It was "full-portion draping." Dorothy Smoller was In Malden-of-the-Nllo costume. ON HUNDRED GIRLS FROM THE ATRES IN ATTENDANCE. Aside from tho beautiful girls al ready mentioned, there were one hundred from Droadway theat'lc.U productions. Some wealthy (Identity a secret) retired architect donated $1,000 to tho ball on condition that they be present. The ball lasted, ns has been announced until tho caviar automatically became cream of wheat Among the patronesses wore Mrs. .Tay Gould, Mrs. Oliver Harriman, Mrs. Lydlg Hoyt, Mrs. Grafton II. Pyno, Mrs. Charles Gary Kuinscy, Mrs. W. K. Vandtrbllt, Mrs. Itobert Low Bacon, Mrs. George F. Baker Jr., Mrs. Donn Barber, Mrs. John Barrymore, Mrs. Gordon Knox Bell, Mrs. Harry Payne Bingham, Mrs. W. Lawrenco Bottomley, Mrs. Archibald M. Brown, Mrs. George S. Chappcll, Mrs. Thomas K. Clarke Jr., Mrs. Leonard Cox. Mrs. Eliot Cross, Mrs. Henry Davenport Miss Ellse de Wolfe, Mrs. Paul Dougherty. Mrs. David Dows, Mrs. George Draper. Mrs. Harmanus B. Duryea, Mrs. Ncwbold Lclloy Edgar, Mrs. Sid ney Fish. Mrs. Cass Gilbert, Mr, Frederick Godley, Mrs. Howard Greenley, Mrs. Thomas Hastings, Mrs. James Norman Hill, Mrs. Fred crick C. Hlrons, Mrs. Leroy Klmr.Mrs. Goodhue Livingston, Mrs. Walter Maynilrd. Mrs. James McCrea, Mr?. Charles V. Mitchell, Mrs. Lewis K. Morris, Mrs. Orson D. Munn, Mri?. BEAUX ARTS BALK BORROWS BEAUTY AND MERRIMENT FROM CONEY TO THE FAR ORIENT : v- Striking Costumes, Novel Effects and-Muring Concessions Contribute to the Revel of Society and Stage in Long Hours of Dance. For the first time la the history of mldnlght-to-dawn- .frolics tho Sp'rit of Coney Island was transplanted from Surf Avenuo to Broadway last night, when the AMU.' Ballrooi; was turned into an Ars.bUn Nights enter tainment, . which Included merry-go-'roUnds, shoot-thc-chutcs, Boa.dwulk cafes, a Palace of Illusions and a "Theatre Intlme." It was tho lourih ball of the Fine Arts and given by the Society of Beaux Art's .or tho lenedt of the li. A. Institute of Design Tte institute Charges no fees, and more than a thousand students in archltcc lure and 00 In painting and rculp ture will benefit from tho money realized at the ball. Paul Whlterpan's Orchestra began to moan about 10.30 o'clock .ast night and "Home Sweet Honie" was ren dered at 6i30 this morning, at which time there wcro ca.ly 1,000 merry , dancers ori the floor, who applauded in vain fo'r more melody. But artuts and architects must navo sleep ovn though dance-crazy society girls and uhlmmeiy-draped models want to sse the sun rise. The grand .ballroom was ablaze with tho colors of a hundred ra n . bows. Concessionaires, ballyuoo'ng before' the entrances to their booths, I aid a. land office business bttwen dances. Scores of spotlights, located high above the dancers, shot tanta lizing multt. colored rays into the hordes of terptschorean fiends. Promptly at 8 A. M. the buglers Wew for attent'on. Suddenly an Ori ental draped barque pushed Hi ncse "Into the assemblage. A score of scan tily clhd pliwe girls ra.sed thtnucjves 'anguoroush and, cast beaded optics ttt pCp-eyed swains In deacrf garb. Iest the girls catch oold (.he oarr.ue roie at arToboi- but o few minutes, and then fllx 'potters (more than will ing) paddled It back f the curtains. Tho concession which did th big gest business was the "The.itre In- time," where I'ranlc Godwin, James Montgomery Flagg .nd Dean Corn- wejl hold forth. For tHo smll prlco of 10 cents one could enter and peep through a small hole. Slowiy and tantallzlngly a curtain baclt of the pefcp-hole was raised. The reeptrs beheld a leautlful girl, hiding coyly lhlnd a fig leaf, step right-out of tho cover of a well known tlvoiccnts-the-copy weekly. Ono mar. entered ths booth five times. When asked for his name, he replied: "Oh, the boys In I-ong Island call me Bill Lund grrn." On the left of the orchestra a pne tical ijierry-go-'round wos whirling winsome maldeps Ynally about. On tho right of the band was tho slip periest shoot-the-chutcB ever. Ono girl Dorothy Schacfer however, didn't think it was slippery. The crowd cheered while it lasted. Tho concession 'liad chairs for about a dozen per-tons and gve shows every five m nutes b"twucn dances. The booth picslded ner by L6o Lentelli was well patron xrA. IJe reproduced In clay a bpautiful live model, "The Birth of Venus" tt was called. Tho Ball Committee Intimated that tho model was a beautiful so ciety gritl, but her Identity could not bo revealed. Credit for the originality d'splavcd in tho decorations and side shows Is duo to tho Executive Conmlttce, composed of Kenneth M. Murhls n, Harry' Allan Jacobs, Donn Barbrr, Georgo S. Chappcll. Itaymond M. Kenneth M. Murchlson. Mrs. Louis Noel. Mrs. Julicn I'eabody. Mrs. Er nest Pelxnttc Mis. Gcolgc II. Post 'r. Mrs. John T. Pratt, Mis. lleglnaltl Mlvos, Mrs. Monroo Douglas HoUn son, Mrs. H. It. nogers, Mrs. .James Gamble llogois, Mm. Charles II. Sabln, Mrs. Allicrt Sterner, Mrs. Georgo St. George, Mrs.' Joseph u, Thomas, Mrs. Newell W. Tllton, Mis. Harrison Tweed, Mrs. Klllscn Van llensselacr, Mrs. A. Stewart Walker, Mrs. George Henry Warren Jr., Mrs. Whitney Warren, Mrs. Lawrence Grant White, Mrs. H. LeHoy Whit ney and Mrs. Harry Payne Whitney. UNEMPLOYED PLAN ACTIVE CAMPAIGN. "Jobless in No Mood to Play With Question, Want Action," Say Leaders. The Unemployment Council, a com mittee o delegates from various la bor unions of tho city which In at tempting to organize unemployed workers for collective action, will con tinue Its activities during tho coming week-end, according to notices mailed yesterday, bearing No. 201 West 13th Street as n return address. A demonstration will be hold In the open air at Tenth Street and Second Acnue Saturday, at 2 P. M and on Sunday at 2 P. M. An "Unemploy ment Dinner," with tlcktts at 75 cents each, will lie a feature at Food Work ers' Hall, No. 133 West 61st Street, to raise funds to carry on organization work. Notices received by newspapers say the dinner "will be different frqm anything held In New York City," and utge all In sympathy with tho work of tho Unemployment Council to at tend. In connection with the an nouncement of Saturday's demonstra tion It Is stated that conditions are getting harder, without tho slightest hope of betterment; that the Jobless are In no mood to play any longer about the question of unemployment: that they have heard sentiment long enough and that "action Is now re quired nnd must be carried out." WIDOW HUNTS SON MISSING FOUR YEARS Tells Immigration Officials Here of H. ah Quest in Europe. After crossing the ocean and searching through England and Scot land to find hor son, Mrs. Sarah Bai ley, a widow from Boston, wept yes- tciday when she stood beforo Immi gration olllcluls on Ellis Island, ask ing for entry Into tho United States. "-My leturn here means little to mo now," she sobbed despairingly. "When I left my home at No. 92 Albion Street, Boston, a year ago. It was to find my son, Georgo Bailey. I said thon I would never return here with out him. 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