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.. -. THE EVEN IN G W 0 R L D, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY ,22, 1922. , TlT,;'"
. I WHAT l5 I IFE WORTH? Slrcol, llio ItrotiJC. for tlio loss or. Iho Uian an expression -ot opinion by this I -V I V f"V f"l - . IN THP RPAT TUT OP MTTQTr1 I f of l.l tblrtecn-ycar-olu .on. Car- Jury of tho value ot thin life." fl fl J Ws 11 v.1 ' ' UN lE RCVLriVl Ur IVlUOlV- I roll It. Martins, who met death as a Attorney Clmrlcs R Mclaughlin, who I I I I k . 11)1 1 A I I v 1 ' J Jull, I.. It,.- irirnmrnl I fin... rC'Kllll Of n Collision btWCll A IllOtor n.nmntH ihn nlntnlllT. vntnrerl a TTIO- I 11 I A I 1 ST I Ik 1 I IN THE REALM OF MUSIC Lclz Quartette and Oratorio Society Cuffy Off Day's Music" Honors. l!y Frank II. Warren. With but Nuven tnualo ovents deco ra! In- ycstcn.uy'a calendar, tho re-1 .n -. . A , i viewer cro prlvlle6ed to enjoy tholr holiday In hUvuiico of 'tho general liopuluco. Klrat urtlstlo honors, itt our opinion, should bo divided bo- tween tile Orator d Soc ety and Uie - " ' on. rrcsu from tempenns tno i'aim each breezes with classical airs. staccd a novel profframrae of two " numbcru. a llrahma eextetto and a quintette by Schubert. Pablo Casals, cell it supreme, and lluco Kort- 1 t. schak. v oln. were the nsslstlno- art. ' : lsts. and. It was understood. Mr. Co.- sals was responsible for tho nreuencQ of tho Uralims number on the tiro raimne. Whllo Its four movements are-' over long, it contains a wealth of lovely music, to which, with tho exception ot a tew sups in intonation on tno part of the first violinist and some .. . .. .. .. roughness in ensemble work, tho per formers did full Justice. Tho rhythm was delightfully marked and tho gra dations ot tempo" and dynamics ex cellent. Tho Schubert quintette was arranged for two violins, viola and two 'cellos. Tho Oratorio Society offered a lone ind varied u Cappella programme of nuch Interest. Thero wero old Italian klhurch numbers, thrco Bach chorals, representative music of tho Russian fchurch and a croup of Kncllih music, la chorus by pureed (1676), "A Ballad of Trees and The Master," by J. r PAUlp James, a young American com- LIUOVI l,f,.l MCM, Ml. Uttimiiui rranged for mixed voices and piano- rto, by Balfour Gardiner; tho choral 'innm. xiiu mew uiiwu inmvi. uv Cecil Forsythe, also residing In Now work; ''Music In tho Mine," u folk song sccnu for tenor and chorus, by R. Nathanlo! Dctt, head of music at Hampton Institute, und a new setting if Whitman's "Beat! Beat I 'Drums," fjy Albert Stocsscl, tho young and tai nted conductor of tho Oratorio bo- blcty', In addition, Eva Gauthlcr, so prano, sang two groups or songs, 1 Ranging from Huyun und uanaei down n tho moderns. Much of this was fprf Innovation to tho society's custom nat phictlco and proved a popular move. air. stocssci is a gooa conduc tor and musician and Is getting cvl- I lent results from Ms singers. The irogranlrnc was well sung and tho , concert thoroughly enjoyed by tho ludiencc. Artur Bodnnzky, In tho alternating iyclo of conducting, had his turn igaln ha head of tho I'hllharmonlo rchcatra's scries now tinder way on rucsdaya ut the Metropolitan Opera ousc. Tho Metropolitan Is nottthe est plnco for an orchestral concert ind these affairs are rather drab. Vftcr polishing Hrahms's fourth sym- hony, Mr. Bodanzky stirred tho old tided rafters of tho Opera Houso vltli tho brilliant and colorful Rlm- ky-Korsakoff suite, "Tho Tale of fsar Sultan." With Its fanfares. Its Illng drums, its martial rhythms nd its eloquent tono pictures, none f which Mr. Bodanzky lost, thn .ulto sounded a tit running ticcom- anlmcnt to LawrcncoiGllmnn's dls- rcet programme notes. Mr. Oilman ot Jvround his explanatory dlracul- ies in typical Al Woods fashion. Mary Garden waited until tho fifth keel Reviews By DON ALLEN Olt in tho stilly night we ied io tear sonio one slnjtnrr Hometr.injr bout "Pharaoh's army et rowrided." but w. never thought ke'd live to seo that very mobUs oicc. Liut it camo to pass last night t tho Criterion Theatre, where, haperqned by Ernest Lubltscli, Oer- lany's D. W. Grimth; tlio famous baracter not alono marched his army ii roviow, but lot a big ar.dlenco in n soverul ot his lovo ulTaliB. Tho (11m, bo far th most pretcn- ious yet oitorea uy iubiuch, Is nqwu as "Tho Loves of Pharaoh," nd, as far as we are concerned, tl.ut itlo 1 as good as any. Tho produc lon stands out In moss formation nd concerted attack. Seldom has here been better en&emble worU nd it Is some ensemble. No ono handles a mob better than ubltach. No ono could. A few days go he gave away his mob formula. t was merely that, instead of aui- loylng a bunch Of uncouth extras to ork as mobs, every mun and woman a liubltsch throng is an actor or ctress, trained especially for nub- Ing. If ihat,. Indeed, Is true, ana e ens no reason to doubt It, a rew Lmettcau directors could learr. a lot Irom tho Lubltscl system. KrrnI Jennings, wtil rememberea for is work In other Lubltsch Importa- ons. plays Pharw'i, ruler ot Egypt i li?J n. C, with all tho fervor H. im. If tho original Pharaoh was as vely as Jennings makes him, he sure an the originator or the strenuous fc. Hut, funny make-up and all tansldcrcd, Emll Jannlnga CAN act. Vo one can deny him that. Some- mes ho overdoes,, but .ono can for- ivo Mm much. Tho others who round out this supcr-Bpectacio" arc: Paul Weg ccr. Mlas Scrvaes (delightful as the rutk Hlat), Henry Llodtka, Lyila amanovu, Paul lllcnsleldt, Albert asserman nnd Krcdcrlch Kuehne. 1'po photography Is at times mag- llc'int nnd the mt titles by Hoey awlor deserve honorable mention. According to tho Lubltsch payroll, U.UC5 extra actors appear In the pic- ire uut you'll have to take Lu- tsrh's word for that. They move The' 'rCb vefl"ot 'I'liunfoh'' Is a bis iw U rvorUi tin souing-. week of her stay hero and until the luy Hftcr her forty-fourth or WB.-v.lt her forty-flfth.7 birthday beforfi pro scntlng her familiar Impersonation of tho youthful "Juggler of Notre Dame" at tho Manhattan Opera Housf;." It was tho twentieth pcr fonm.nco of this Massenet lyrlo miracle play In New Vork and nlno- J" "f."1f ra ,havo seen Miss Garden 'n "tie role, once only a man, for tll0 part was wrttJn u tho role. Moro that can bo told is t,iat btttet performances of this opera ''fnvf,abocn.,,1hard hcre tnan laBt cvc- .. L unci uoui in mo vocnnsin ot ... w..M.w u,u ... KU3 UUIllga U 11 iuct. too ireauently duincss 'und'la out ,nto tho auditorium. All. "1.4 fill Piirn urn a liavvl In kAMn 1m u7,Z Zi-. " .'r . vHiu I'lULuro or uio ioov luccier in tta secure frame and Mr. Dufranno found much of tho music unsuited to vrmem vocai resources. I'aui 1- . A r.'"" .""f. " hoio. jiio oDcra was louowea dv tno Mnrlirhtiv nn,i nMii,ii nnninnu. ballot - "LA Peto A Koblnson." which Mccmed to have been speeded up n. bit slnco Its Initial performance. Three other recitals do not call for extended notice. Louise Vermont, a contralto 01 gooa intentions and a flair for getting something- from a ... - ..... sons:, offered a difficult programme in Town Hall. She sang her own trans lations of Sphubert, Schumann and Urahms numbers. Itoso Florence, mezzo-soprano, sang In Aeolian Hall. She, too, was some what overwhelmed with tho weight of her programme, at which she made a courageous "try," Oeorgo S. Madden, American bari tone, In Town Hall, found himself In a similar fix. Mario Chamtee, being still indis posed, the role of the Duko in n. night's performance of "Rigoletto" v111 bo sung by Mr. Glgll. Increases the action of the intestines Hundreds of men and wo men have already found freedom from laxatives by eating Fleischmann's fresh yeast. Doctors are now agrMd that propvr elimination of wast matter should be brought a boat by food. One doctor comes .rigbt oet and states plainly that the Indiscrim inate ur of ca thirties is on of tb nuau of constipation. Phyridans all over the country am recommending Fleiachmann'a freeh yeast beca'ise it is a fresh food, rich in thoco elements which kep the intestlni healthy. In on series of teeted cases, normal fn fic tions were restored in from 3 days to 5 weeks. Try it oat for yoorscif. Begin to daybysddinf 2or 3caltesof Fleloch mann's Yeast to your everyday diet. Keep It up and see how nor mallyand regularly yonrintestines act. Be tart it's Plelschmann'i Yeast the fsnrilar tin-foil pack age with the yellow label. Place standing order with your grocer. AVOID COLDS IN WINTER Keep the Body Nourished with Gude's Pepto-Mangan and Prevent Colds Uiuler-nourishmcnt or loss of vitul ity makes one an easy prey to cohb. Gude's I'epto-Mnngan taken regularly three times a day either in liquid or tablet form, builds strength and thus pievents colds. Take no chances dur ing the winter months and keep your entire body fit, and you will have a healthy, happy seabon. Buy some of it now from your druggist, and before it Is all gone have another bottle ready. Several bottles will make you feel like a new person. Gude's Pepto Mangan in both liquid and tablet form is for sale by all druggists. Ask for it by the full name, Gude's Pepto-Mangan." Advt. You Can Have a Soft, Clear Skin, Free from Eruptions and Unsightly Blotches, by Using Zemo, the Antiseptic Liquid It heals burning Eczema, makes rashes and Tetter disappear; re moves blacklleuds and other skin irritations. Excellent for Oun druff. All druggists'. xctno FOR SKIN IRRITATIONS Let Cuticura Be Your Beauty Doctor asp.ttUai,Tleaoi 3U..irmtbjr., rsntlH eaM.OtiwstsUststlMjHJ. wl.s,au. Juatlue to llrir Arirfinient In Vnr In AVIilfh f 1 ,0(1(1 la ."nr.lr.l. When a Jury In Iho trial term of the Ufoni Huprcmo Court ycstcnlay ie turned a erdlct of $l,00d to compen sate Peter Martins of No. 421 Ka.st 138th AMUSEMENTS. uriHKimiT iiniTvnKlls COMPANY ANI Al.b-BTAH VAUDUVIl.t.U. '.'Bmoklng I'ermUlcd In Uoies and Loges. I vntn rt ri.. w. of n'wsy. Eva L,1I1U .,... To-day and Sat. 2.15 The Newest Musical Comedy For Goodness Sake Q M.U. TO-DAY &SAT. "TmiRFRT 4th, w. of n-way. evs.s.m. anUUCHl MatJ Toy Bnd Bat. :.S0 K1.". TINS & NEEDLES" c ro WHXT.ggW.MAT3 THURS-SATrDOOTH7?tV fftATS CV3 O-SO J?)m PaulinbLord Arthur Hopkins Presents in "Anna Christie V VANDI VAnlnFRRII T:y.'.S.t'V..StH,;"i BELMONT WAt Dry ,48, '1 3, uuuuiuii 1 j!nB. Today & Sat MONTMARTRE With All Its l'rcncli Flavor Rl.Iflll West 45th Btrcet. Evenlnss. 8.30. DWUU Jtats. TO-UAY and Bat. 2.30. DOVER ROAD Therm BnnintmneTTh.il w 44ti at. Ers.8.20 DnUHUnUnO I Mats. To-day & Sat. 2.20 MARJOLAI NE The Musical TRIUMPH Vllh I'UCGY VOOI I.KNNOX I'AWl.li. DCDIIDI lfThra..4!d St.. W.of iry.Evs.8.S0 111.1 uuLIUMats. Wed. and Sat. t Z.3U. ewe TammLa KI AW TIIEATItU. W. '4Sth St. BVS..8.S0 n.i.tii La((, Tm, slalRi To-day & Sat. iJoiVoin "LILIES OF THE FIELD" Ily Wm. Hurlbut. With Vrederlck ferry. CRITERION TIMIW WtlliAKU Cont. Dally Noon to 11 40 P. M. MS' Thu Master Work nt l'.rnrt I.uIiIImIi. creator of "t'ASSION" and "DKtHITIO.v." A rjiriltnount rlrlnre. With EMIL, JANN1NGS. I'AUI. WEGENER t DAQNY BERV MATINEES tjnC NIGHTS QQC A LI, SEATS AI.1 SEATS Eve. Prices Prevail Holiday Matinees. R IVOLI GLORIA SWANS0N jj'way "Her Husband's Trademark" at 49 St. A PARAMOUNT PICTURE. ItlVOLI CONCERT ORCH. nlALTO ETHEL CLAYTON IV TIMES "iikic tnv.v sni.M.i" A PARAMOUNT PICTURE Kanious Riulto Orchestla. " " SQUARE DANCE Nightly nt the Nl:W Tni ALC0NADES JDALLR0QM t'nluinlmn and Willi M. I t.AI . t'AIIMVAI. I TO-MOHItOW UV'O. CONTINUOUS DANCING With World's Host Ham. Mtisl, by the oim.iNAi. "Memphis mi.- and IltitnniW riyncopaled Orrhetra. .IIOfrTI S M r.s AMI IMIil rnm. LADIES GENTS 5Sc 7Sc rrk I l)as f ItKltidlns I Till. MAT.. Hl'N. and IKH.lDAVsT I.ndle. Iliei CentH. tl (lull. Tax). " NO CHARGE FOR DANCING MATINEES SAT.. St .V and HOLIDAYS W tTL BEV VAUDfVILLe HFFATUB!: " ' .j n3THr9E9 Jack Norworth A mi I lIlP'VU 3" "Thank L" '.' i Ii llllts, 1 Hampton A- Illako I-uu rvmpur. 1 IBYC.28thStJ Orren & Drew. Kay. H.imi.n 4i j l J Kay, Oattlson Jones & Co . ots GEORGE ARLISS In "THE UtTl.lNCi PASSION" A- SUPREME VAUDEVILLE. OEIIIini; AKI.ISS In "THE III LINO PASSION" i HI PIIKMP. At IIEVILI.l:. Dane u Contest E y Thur Nsi Wm. IlalU-n, rreedon t Havls. Johnson, iakr Si J.ilmon. Clark At 8101 y, N-vins & tlor don, Dolly's!', (.nrge Arlls In "The Itnllni! Piis'.loii." WEAg 5dAVE, IPABKUXI mm un IN TWO V-V AT r Mill. Tn day ,u)d 1 vtry CONCERTS AND MUSIC. CHICAGO OPERA MAIIV ti.Mtll'.N. '"l1.I,'r.'-,',,';;,-.,1,, K MANHATTAN I'o.iiisht at 8. "Olillii." Illlirs., ".IKillliil -M""0 K ' '" "" u,f" METROPOLITAN kilmi; TO-Mlilir AT K.l. RI GO LETTO I1AHUMAN PIANO I'SKD OPERA 1 1CKETS I'l Yie Ha Hoy 4i as Seats for All Operas All Locations JACOB h TICKbT OI-i'KK MK.Ml'.Uli. i icrrnt. U'WJI 4 'Mill al. mm WEAg 5dAVEl HsBfinnnng TUrilllVaTllIIHI 1 Isltll Wlr-WIHI" ):lV jL"w&Oj 'fpfnCH HEEL9 I PO-PA-laWIONIOHT 'OS- i .1 lrcet, Iho ttrotix, for tho toss of. the llfo of his tlilrtccn-ycnr-old son, Car roll It. Martins, who met death as a roKiill of n collision between a motor Imincli and ii ron'hont lit Coney Island Creels July 15, 1920. JubIIco John M. Ticriiey, who received tho verdict, ro nmikcd "Is this all a lunimri llfo Is valued nt 7 I am Inclined to think this verdict Is tho result of a compromise rather i a m iiorMnuTtf .1 mi iqciui trwTA I ' . - AMUSEMENTS. Inlcnn'c 5Plh M Tha..T At. Jk 60 St. BT.B.M, jwson s 33ui at Matll; to-dat a st. 2.10. AL J0LS0N 1ombF AlnDKUuOr ivway .1 To-dy and Rat. 2.80. BLOSSOM TIME Maxlne Elliott's &nJS- A SIS with Sidney markmrr raifctfutr sri RITZ vaatvo?.s6?W5 PrSgT HRBW.EVS&M mATS-VED:5AI td)S 1 iMMS-rTTasarr-rTa lis TCgft.gAra'JQ CASINO AW iThe Deluge" Deluge" andl A human comeay ' M,rlstle.' Anns riimmilli J ll.,w.o m. 8.30.Mts.Today,To-mwat. tet njVN THEA.. W. 45dSt Evs. 8.20. V.LWlN ,,. TO-DAY & Sat. at 3.20 .lienli Cawtliurn and IJIllan lorralne In A MCS1CAI. COMKDY nKVrXATION, xmicnv ll,t St.. nr. B'way. I3vs. 8.20. V-VJiUCU 1 MbU to-DAY. Thura. f Bat. M M PETR0VA in "THE WHITE PEACOCK 6MSKM) lti:KNriCII VIL'OBTII. Mts.TodaytSat. Evs, 8.45. 4th St. t 7th Av. Bprlnr 64i. APOLLO D. W. GRIFFITH'S THBATHB WK3T 4W ST. Twice Dally 1:108:10 In-cbadinaUAdays mm etoU.rdar Mattel to $ NtW AMSTERDAM V 5T tvt 0 fc rWI5.VED.5"SAT. ZOtMVX NO HIGHER ZIEGFCLD TRIUMPn ami MARILYN MILLER. LHON ERRQL In vrrw AMSTI RDAM HOOF, al ii " ZIEGrtLU IfllUNiuni rrvui . . ...ana, svv., Pnni IP rinnini; li'wnv and 4Uth St. isvs. n..u. DtUrmL. utntinees Wed. & Bat. at .20. DORIS KEANEthe CZARINA i mrnvv West 42d St. Eves, at 8 -0. To-day and 8at. i Now Comedy by the To the Ladies! Now Comedy Uy tne auiuors ui j neien nsjci Olio K.-uget I VriMIM West 40th St. i:es. at 8.20. LYLbUUl ,,mhv Mnt. TO-DAY 2.20. IRENE BOKUUIN1 In a New Conu-dy with a few 8nii(;s THE FRENCH DOLL unncnN west urn st Evenings at 8.30. aiwsww.. jintint.,.,. 3 TO-DAY ti Sat. at 2.3C THE RUiM'MA lth VIOLET IIEMIJJO.- EARL CARROLL THEATRE f 7 Av . SO St. Tel. Circle 3001 OPENS t WITH A DISTINCTIVE PLAY sat. R A VI T I a- v w ilUMI,e FEILJ5J by I5AHL CAItltOLI,. PEAT 8AI.K TO-MOIinOW Mnll Orders Kow Heceued Henry Millers LAURETTE 124 W. 40d St. Eves. 8 l:. .Mnts.To-day.Thur. & Hal .1. Harlley . The Nahonil TAYLOR IMuniiers' NeivPlay Anthem HAIFTY H'way. 46th St. Dvs. 8.20 fESSJANISjgg PARK 'I l'"-, C!o1-Circle Mats. Wed. A8at FKANK FAY'S "FABLES' 'Smart MiikIchI Iteiua" Holiday Mt.Todaj tri'ip vennncuen li way. asst. r.va. s.ao niiiununuuvinLii Mal. W(.d, & ga, w "BULL DOG DRUMMOND" 'A Hrnl Molodrania," with A. K. Matllen. BELASC0 Z ai l;V PAVID IIK1.AHCO Presents LMMULRIGasKIKI PORT West 48lh fit. Uvenlngs at 8 'u " " Matinees Wed. & Sat at ! WAl.LACH EDD!NGER-Ml'V NASH in "CAPTAIN APPLEJACK' CEO MliaM TWCATSCBVW4J51 Hi I KAISWtO 6" WT $XMt THE B5BTB5ECT POOL GOOD MORNING DEARIE Musical Comrdy CA ORP Kvs. 8.5 Mala Stnsation at Ut Wed. & Bnt J .'" TIMES SO. Allan Pollock in Theatre, W. 42 St. Kves.. 8. SO. Mats. "A Bill ! DlYorterr.cnt" Today.Thur ,H.it. With Janet needier. MUSIC BOX w St.llry.l470.Ev.8.l5ehurp ( KUSI GBOXREV U E' 5A1V1 H HARRIC W. 42d Bt. Evs. 8 IS " """Mats. Wed. & Hat 2 15 SIX CYLINDER LOVE W IjKNKST TlUliX, FRAZEE 11"; Mats. Wed. ti Sal 2 -' LYNN F0NTANNE fin ST Miiifo Hall, bet. ll'way i C. i.' UJW ) ,, w Mt BATUHDAV at i ' SHUFFLE ALONG bvenings, ssu n iJ"u Tel. Col 1441. I'trti wht Pertonnanee Tn-nl(e 11. .til LSamHOWE'SNEVVSUOW SMAlln TRAN U y t 47 ai.&J' M A UK w. Booth PFNRfin T R A Nl ITarklnston-a u v 1 47 m O w"" Wwley Barry CAPITOL CARDIGAN" n AII-AnvrkHh I'idk ' 3 I. a nl .'.1st 81 Cnplliil (.rami Or. I r.J-,,i'" s A-'"'" 1 STAff" " andl.aiifTlini ilad.s-. In 4Mh St. ilnii." Ilnriiiil A Dm I .iu.ll A .i to 1J P. M.Jatlt Collins & to .1! All, 3Uc Mshi OOcJuarii , Mttr, elbus, tlon that the verdict bo set aside. Jus- I .a"! I tU. I I iX I . . . i . . . mi i ... t . .... .. . . r. i - h H ' mi m m - m ...... motion, and then nRrced to rocoiyo I 11 I I "V I I X I I I i briefs from counsel for LouIb C. Ocrklu , II 11 I m If . LJ -Jk LJ 1 , T nnil Kdwnrd Bnolt. eo-defondlilitB. " sw '.' S-H " I Young Martin's Barents sued for t5,-1 v" 000. , FOURTEENTH STREET Founded 1827 WEST OF FIFTH AVE. , ATflll Thea., 45th A D'way. Ets. 8.30. J V, i ,.,.... TV-v.nAV and Bat. CKCII. LI'.AN snil CLEO MAYFICLD I Chauvc Sour'ts XZin ninrtrr most ixjnoon pahw AMU CT Th.-W-otD'y. Clrclf3820. 1.V.S.KU 49 21. To.dJy, Bat1&JTuci2:S0. NORA RAYF; West 44th St. Ks. 8.80. IMUKA DA ICS MbU To-day & Bat. 2.S0 f Klrtt-COO Mutinp,.. To-day It Bat. 2.45 NORMAN TREVOR In "Desert Sands' FULTON46W.BU nvslS.SO, Mat. To-day, To-m w and Bat. z.su. LONG ACRE w. THANK-U I ITTI F THEATRE, W. 44th St. Evs.8.3a 1.11 tljL, iIat W(,d & Bati a a0 22s 1st YEAR Keeps Standees on Tips of Their Toes. fFNTRAL TiiuATrtH. To-day. 2.13 To-night 8.1S FOOLISH WIVES MAT WT.V.K LAST TIMK MiXT SUN. KVK. The Mot Wnmlrrful riclurn ill America. Htnrtlnit MONDAY NKJIIT. VUII. 87. PRISCILLA DEAN "'"WILD HONEY" Another Death-Defylns Dean "Thriller." ,5 0rM Smohons . CO-Ocod Orchestra Beat. l.CO THE DANCING CARNIVAL ST. NICHOLAS RINK, 69 W. 66th St. Dancing Every Day in tho Year, 2.30 P. M. to 12.30. Lrr oorpa of lntictori an hand At All time tor ltoni. either crlvntf or an Ihm floor. Dnnclnc, llotler Sttntlnr and ntlltnrilf, THE DANCING CARNIVAL WS'a't".11 aiowi. BAnaiywoM: mBOfJMEHAMG QILL Motor Bat Show GraTid Central P&tace. FEBRUAKY 1712 10 AM.T0 K0 PH. - ADM. 7S lecw til D..nv nn..U.,.. 140th St & .id Av Pop. IligwuHU.iiuuj!, M,ils.Wd..Sat. Flske O'Hara in "The HArl i CAVALIER" BROOKLYN. SfRAHDHAS r-'nRfinKrVM I'nnnle llurBt Noiel s Noted MoloNts Orrlirxtrn HELP WANTED FEMALE. 1 rilllCUS I. -Kilt rolorrd. i-xni i .. n l. rs.-al 1 ujipcan.K fclrl foi Crotuna Tin atr Tre- I r -1 i.nrt I'nik av , !lron. Apply pviiun- i i,.' do not telephone FLATS & APARTMENTS 'IP LET. , Unfurnished. MnnicrtN, up-to-dnte C-roorr apartment, nil i iiiiprov.'im-iiLs. iai. Phoao tilenniore i'JIS ' FOR 8ALE. Walchesr Gold Jewelry i i i it. -1 1 McurM Immhiint drlttpij. s ' I'.t rit on unpiin bi.ai'r ' 4n,i tion ecnndentifl. eiuhl. Ooodi ON LIBERAL CREDIT T-m.s as Low as $1 00 a Hr.lt Call Uttte or Phone I ort, 6H07. Will tfetid Reprrsrntativfi If Peaned , American WakhiSDiamondCo. 6 MAIDEN LANETn-; UPTOWN STOIIB: 503 5fh Av 0ver Behulle s 1 flchi us uuj Jill iv. nIra(,re nn 45d St. P1HINB VAXDKItllll.T 308. DIAMONDS ."'" WATCHES r'JfiSOiS AlVMs.klsl T'.l.l.6?"t SsJlOOVZWMklylfn.. 9Ptt jeroroRBOOKOFCiMi OmkHVUF CONFIDENTIAL ft neniT13 BROADWAY A STORE-NOT AN OrfCC . 1 Weekly Uuys $50 L larr.ond Rin; i''! buy $100 l;:amonil Rinv; ii i i.iu-i.i 1 1 s ti in sr t:n Mitri.i 5th A H'hiv. Rres. 8.30. B n i nnn . ud ub ii PLAYKOUfl WATS MJEP - SAT. fltaui tkv in mm Month AND Pie-Inventory Clearances Presents the Following Noteworthy Values: THURSDAY FRIDAY Special Purchase Sale COMFORTABLES Artistic comfortables add to the decoration of the boudoir, as well as they serve for bed coverings. Reduced sale prices make them a good advance investment. Cotton Filled Comfortables with pretty n no flowcreif coverings full size were $3.67 u.uO Sateen Comfortables flowered centres with plain borders nicely atitclicd filled with 100 purtf lamb's wool fall siit a qA were $0.97 " Clearance of Fruit of the Loom Sheetings BLEACHED it ineh were .40 fl-4 were .48 0-4 were .00 Jja 'i 2 '1 .4'4 10-i -were .82 0.4 Clearance of Standard Quality SHEETS and PILLOW CASES PILLOW CASES 4ii30 vicre .Si. ,4 SHEETS 54x00 were $1.10 77 i 81x00 were $1.02. 1.19 72x90 were $1.30 1.04 00x00 were $1.02 1.19 81x00 were $1.52 1.07 00x00 were $1.00....' 1.25 Special Purchase Sales CROCHET SPREADS 03x00 (sinsle bed site) value $1.70 1.19 72x84 (?i bed size) value $L08 1.4 tt MARSEILLES SPREADS satin finish. 02x00 (single bed size) value $2.07 1.77 78x88 (H bed size) . value $2.07 1.84 . 00x100 (extra) value $1.08. 'Special Purchase Sales New Gingham HOUSE DRESSES Spring models show many new, individualized touches which make them moat attractive. We feature the following at special values: 3.87 Wero $4.00 to $4.34 Glnoham House Dresses mull plaids, checks unl flowered cretonneB glvn an unusual variety at Mils value. Otic model tins pointed trimming of while organdie other styles have white or cul ored trimming: sizes 36 to 40 MORNING SPECIALS Qn Sale Thursday Until I P. M. To prevent dealers buying, quantities 97 ct. Slorm Serges 76 41 inches wide all wool golf, parnet, brown, Copenhagen, navy and black. DftRSa GOODS MAIN PIXMt 97 ct Poplins .64 Silk mixed large as.iorlment of light, medium and dark colors. BILKS MAIN KlXin. 28 ct Men's Mercerized Hose 21 Double tolc spliced heel black nnd cordovan nil sizes. HOHIERY MAIN KLOOH- $2.50 Men's Sweet-0rr Mole Skin Shirts 1.95 Full cut with 'collar attached khaki- -sies U In 17. MUN'H WOrtK ciWillM HABKMUNT $1.48 Men's Fruit-of-the-Loom Nts'iUhirts. ... 1.18 Long and rtjomy a rll made. MBN'8 IrUnNlrMUNGS MAIN I'LO(.!t. 95 ct. Men's Cps 74 (iood quality sergcp'am colors or mixtures all aire IILN'B IIATB MAI.-, I LOOU $1.48 Extra Size Flannelette Gowns 1.10 I'nik und blue stripe collars-- necks. i:tha bizi: uM'i:itvM.Ait-- TIIIItD Kl.Odll 30 ct. Outing Flannels. .14 id ide--for wniiii ii . ami niMren's iinilerm-M u ash oooi - i v i February of Special Purchase Sales I 7-4 ere AH .' .19 .55 .59 8- were .00 9- wero .74 45x30 were .30 .25 78x88 (full bed siie) value $2.07 1.74 83x1)5 (full bed siie) value $2.87 2.24 80x00 (full bed size) value $3.07 2.74 85x05 (full bed size) value $4.40., ..2.97 .3.24 3.87 Wero U4. Extra Size Checked Gingham House Dresses Organdie vcglco nnd trlni niltiRS another stylo has colored cliam hruy trimmlne and Is a Ions; walstnd model sizes 48 to 62. 2.25 Were 12.94. Gingham House Dresses stripes, checks and solid colors and several well made styles sizes 38 to 46. restricted. No Mail or Telephone Orders. $10.50 Boys' Suits 7.45 All-wool cheviots in gray, brown, tan and heather mix tures also corduroys 8 to 10 years. . nOY8' BUITS THinD FLOOU. $2.77 Floral Silkoline Comfortables ,....1.97 Full size cotton filled. COMFOnTAIILES IiABKMUNT. 9 ct. Embroideries 6 I'dgings headings and insert- WMJS. EMimOIDI-IUBU MAIN FLOOR. 17 ct. New Curtain Muslins. .12 With colored insert or p'nin Hhilr assorted color. CUHTAININUS UASKMENT. 53 ct. Mercerized Foulards. .38 Many choice patterns and colors for women s and children's dresses. WABIt GOODS DASKMKNT. 26 ct. Heavy Tickings... .183 AC A and oilier stripes. TICKINGS UA8UMBNT $2.21 Ulica Sheets 1.54 li(H0U--for full size beds. 8I1ULTB UASHMUNT $1.47 Babies' Yoke and Bishop Dresses . . . .84 I. ure und embroidery tri mined -sonic with hand-stitched yoke sires In 'I years. I MM NTH I lti:KSi:i-Ki:COND Fl. See Pages 6 an S for Other Hearn Advertising ( CLEARANCES. Women's Silk Hose wero $1.97 1.47 Mercerized top full fashioned black and cordovan. Odd Lots of Man's All-Silk Hom black or cordovan full fashioned: slight imperfections were (1.18 71 "Weldrett" Silk Hose bUa-. cor dovan new .shades of gray and fawn Special 1.97 CLEARANCES Glove Silk Vests 1.66 were $1.97 Bodice top flesh only clove silk Bloomers to match vesta n CO were (4.07 Special 00 CLEARANCES Men's Shirts Special .96 Very fine corded madras guaranteed fast colors melt made and full cut neat stripes ot blue, tan and heliotrope on white grounds. MEN'S SILK NECKWEAR new patterns and designs stripes and jacquard effects were .OA and .75 .42 ENTIRE STOCK MEN'S SWEAT ERS all styles, a including sweater coats, with rolling collars slip-overs, with roll collars or V necks cardigan jackets were (7.05 to (10.05 6.25 Clearances Flannelette Pajamas and Billiebirkes 1.00 Were $1.97 and $2.48 Pink and blue stripes or. all white. Flannelette Gowns pink and blue' stripes or all white were (1.07 l.OO Flannelette Underskirts - pink and blue stripe or all white pink or blue fancy stitching and . edges wero .07 .45' Special Purchase Sales GINGHAMS Tltatare representative values of Ilearn's Cotton Goods De partment, the largest ot its kind tn the world. Best American Dress Ginghams various siie checks fast colors blue and white rose and white green and whiter lavender and white brown and white red and white black and white fJC were .87 Yard 00 Imported S c o t a h Ginghams' splendid assortment of wanted plaids nn were .75 Yord 60 32-Inch Dress Ginghams lares variety of checks, plaids and solid colors n were .88 Yard IO CLEARANCE Women ys Silk and Wool Hose ReduceJ Prices Women's Ribbed Silk and Wool H o s e hand-embroidered clocks -assorted heather mixtures were 3.0t 2.75 Women's Ribbed Silk and Wool Hose all wanted colors were Sli.07 2.1 Imported Ribbed Wool Hose hund-embroidered clocks were H 65 l.O't Imported Wool Hose alio silk and wool clocked or nlain were 25 1.75 Fourth Floor Departments Our Fourth Floor is now a selling floor. Rugs, house wares and hand luggage increased assortments and better service. )