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kuLi, Mui.'EAY, OULi 10, 1922.
THE EViSHiHu 1 ( to ! screenings . Oy LXJ1N ALLblN J FORMUL." At last wc have heard a valid rea rrm whv minv. mnnv nlptlirr.q nrp SO dull and boring. But tho director who Kiivo us tho Information didn't realize it when ho wan speaking. Wo wero In a projection room look in; over a picture mat nasn i oecn Winn MAM n vt. I "That will never' do!" flatly an- vay, am noi uireui mu ijnuia "And why?" we aaked. "It Isn't screcnl" ho answered. . - . i ..i.i M.VH I M' .1 II niuafl.uu UilU III 1IIUI "But why f wo agTiln lnterrupt- askod. gacran to do It that way. It Isn't Idone any other way. It's against all I screen rules 1" And It was right then and there bthat ha rmve away the secret of why Bo many pictures that should be good I ar fllvrers. Get away from screen formulae and : Ztr ua REAL pictures, say we I Hollywood colony deserves a medal. In fact. Frank deserves two medals, nml we'ro sending 'em out to him. In Uip first place, Frank came in fir tho first medal for his courage. Weighing 860 bathslde, Frank went fishing recently when tho tempera ture was above tho 99 mark. If that sort of courage doesn't deserve n medal wo miss our guess. And so wc arc having a brass one struck off. But ho'll get a nlco Bhlny gold me dallion lor coming back from a three days' fishing trip and acknowledging that he didn't catch one doggone fish REMEDY? AI Bt. John, the film comedian, has ft cold. A friend noticed It. "That's a bad cold. All" remarked tfea friend. "What are you taking (for ItT" "The adrlce of oil my friends!" I answered Al, between sneezes. HONOR MAN. OHl We wouldn't come right out and say we dldn t neiievo wnai vman Moses, the Fox press agent, says, for wo'vo always found him a very truth fill sort of a chap, but Well, Just read what he told us yes terday and Judge for yourself. ' One of our stars," sold Vlv, "was on the Mexican border shooting a pic ture when a Mexican copper tapped him on the shoulder. " 'Why halve you not answer mo?1 aaked tho cop, 'I call you seex times!' " 'I didn't hear yaP alibied tho ac tor. 'How d ya call? "'I call lak thees: S-s-s-s-s-s-s-st answered the Mexican. "'Well,' went on the actor, 'all gotta say is that's a hell of a way to call an actor!'" Now, do YOU believe It? Very well, then! Montreal of being born there. Now. since she has become so popular In pictures, Montreal Is trying to get even. Miss Garon will be there In person to hear her praises sung and to ac cept the key of tho city. And, If the key really unlocks anything, she says she'll bring a Uttlo bit lack "In enso of Illness. WHAT NEXT? Chanlln. tho "Incomparable," has been compared to the poets of old. And now they've likened him to a great dancer. In his new book, "Charlie Chaplin." H. Louis Dclluc compares Chaplin with Mollere, but declares Mollcro be comes tedious, whereas Chaplin can never bocomo so. Ho nlso compares Charlie to Nljlnskl, the dancer, say Ine: "Charllo Chaplin Is an inventor In his art as Nljlnskl Is. Charlie Is the pioneer In the very first epoch of hlB art Chaplin Interprets himseir. think of Nljlnskl when I think ChaDlln." Wo wnndnr what Nljlnskl would have thought if but what's the use? FABLE. Once upon a time some one re marked that there had only boon one man In history who could really write fables and his name was Aesop. But that was "once upon a time" and before George Ado was discovered. BAND 'N' EVERYTHING. Montreal is planning to do Itself proud when It heaps all the honors in its power upon the fair head of Pauline Garon, who played the lead ing feminine role In "Sonny." Miss Garon conferred the honor on RACING Empire City Course (VONKERS AND MT. VERNON) TO-MURROW'S FEATURES $3,000 TARR TOWN STAKES rOCAnONTAS HANDICAP nivEnsiDE runsK oam The VAN COIITLANDT The THOSPECT FIRST RACE AT .30 V. M. Bpcll Race Train leaves Orand Cen tral Terminal. Harlem Division, t 1.30 P. M. Reinlar tralno to Ml. Ver non al 11.35. 11.30, UD, 2.35 V. M. Ad ditional trains Bate. All trains atop ai CSth St Alio reached via Leilngton and lerome Ave. Subway, or West Karma Subway to Mott Ave., transferring to Jerome Ave. Subwar. or via 6th and flth Ave "L." to Jerome Ave. Subway, thence by trolley from Woodlawn Station. ADMISSION flRAND STAND. 13.85. Including Tax. :BROOKLYN mecriccL& orv.mcnt Specialists Oppenheim.llins & FULTON STREET-BROOKLYN Tomorrow's Specially Arranged Offering: A Remarkable Special Purchase and Sale of 1000 Women's Hand Made Blouses French Bastiste Trimmed With Real Filet Lace Values Range as High as 5.90 2.95 An unusual offering of attractive French Batiste models, daintily hand drawn and hand embroidered. BROOKLYN: fri$riccLd oirncriJb Specialufo" Oppenheim,llins& FULTON STREET-BROOKLYN v Tomorrow A Special Sale of Women's and Misses' Sandals and Sport Oxfords High Grade Models from Regular Stock Reduced for Prompt Disposal No Credits No Exchanges Sandals 6.75 All Sales Must Be Final Oxfords Cut-out models of fine quality Patent Leather with very neat perforations and instep strap. Sport Oxfords of highest qual ity White Canvas with smart Patent or White Kid trimming. Shoes Also on Sale in Our New York. Store COURTESY and Satislacrion with every purchase Store Hours 9 to 5 Broadtcay at Ninth 4 Telephone 4700 Stuyccmn' VISITORS wil. find the tore easy to Formerly 1. 7'. Stewart Paris Favors Printed Crepes The accompanying illustration is reproduced from a photograph taken June 18th at the Steeplechase, Auteuil, Paris, showing one of the many beautiful frocks of printed crepe and Georgette crepe which were worn on that occa sion. Patterns strikingly re sembling these worn at the Pans races, are to be had in, the Silk Rotunda, 40 in. wide, now at these exceptionally low prices. Printed Crepes de Chine at $2.45 yard $5 to $5.85 grades Printed Georgette Crepes and Crepe Chiffon at $1.95 yard $3 and $3.50 grades Checks aplenty izreat (in ures in blue, black and white, P'fY or cherry-red, black and white, resembling lorKea lightning ate chrysanthemum design conven- uunuuzea niio great uiocks 01 jade green and black on white, or violet and black on white Persian designs in various col ors designs which arc copies of old trench Toites de Jouy. Small, neat florals for the k sober - minded, and softer shades. For frocks, summer capes, linings for capes, coats and suits, negligees, and the new long blouse. Street Floor, Old Building Vivid s colors S-U-C-C-E-S-S-F-U-L Capes and Coats now $48 Black, navy blue twill and black canton crepe, in models which have, at much higher prices ($65 to $95), been among the smartest and most successful ones of the season. Pin tucks or embroidery ejjeetive means to gain distinction on capes and coats oj absolute simplicity o) line. Women's Fashion Salons, Second Floor, Old Dido. The Frocks women want today Laces, chiffons, crepes, sports silks $65 to $145-Tuesday Today's prices are $95 to $245 Frocks from our salon collection. Authoritative fashions. Trimmings of tinsel, beadings, ribbons, pleats or tucks, each suited to the frock. Black, of course, several shades of blue, from navy to the most delicate shades of blue; green, the smartest beiges, tans and grays, and shades of rose and red. Second Floor, old Building Linens for Smart Tub Frocks Linens, embroidered or striped, dotted or plnin, in the loveliest of summer colors nothing is quite bo smart for the simple one-p'cee tub frocks of the sum mer mode. Attract'vcly Priced. Embroidered in gay colors, in white, in both largo and small patterns. Often used for little jackets, as well as frocks, S7.50 and J12.50. Narrow stripes, wide stripes, pin dots, In soft colors on white. Handkerchief weave, $1.65 yard; the heavier French finish 1.35 yard. Solid colors and such delight ful ones and, of course, white, in various weaves. Non-crush-able, 95c yard. French finish, $1.25 yard. Handkerchief weave, $1.50 yard. Dotted grass linon the sheer grass weave in tho natural color, with coin dots, embroidered in colors $2 yard. First Floor, Old Dulldlno Furniture to make wee baby happy Well proportioned, carefully made furniture in ivory onamel finish. Wicker bassinets, untrimmed, with three reeds for hood; rubber tired wooden wheels, $16.50 regularly $19.50. Wooden beds small size, flat slat sides, woven wiro spring, rub ber tired wheels, $7.50; small sizo, decorated with little painted fig ured, square link spring, swivel, rubber tired wheels, $11.50; large size, drop side, square link spring, set on casters, $11.50. Four drawer wicker wardrobes, undecorated, $10.95 regularly $12.50. Wooden play yards white . enamel finish, with numeral frame and floor, $8.95 oak finish, with numeral frame but without floor, $5.00. Third Floor, Old Building Cool Morning and Porch Frocks Dozens of charming models, all delightfully simple in line, ap propriate not only for morning and porch wear but for informal summer occasions Because of incomplete size ranges, many of the frocks in this collection have been greatly lowered in price. $1.95 to $5.75. Extra Hizes, $2.95 to $5.75 Ginghams in plaids and checks. Figured voiles and striped per cales. Moat desirable colorings. Slip-on Aprons, $1.95 and $2.75 Plaid ginghams, beach cloth combined with cretonne, and cretonne combined with percales, in models made to look like little frocks. Third Floor, Old Building r PHONOGRAPHS in their new home Now on the First Gallery, New Building adjoining the Piano Salons. A satis ying and con venient arrangement, wth ample space and demonstrating rooms properly equipped to hear the world's best music on any one oj the tour standard phonographs oj the present lime BRUNSWICK, CHENEY. SONORA, VIC TROLA. You are inviuni lo avail yourselj, of the good service o these new Salons. First Cillery, New Building The Long-waited-for Carload of Gulbransen Player-Pianos has arrived The lowest-priced GOOD player-piano in America $365 We received a carload two months ago. They went out in a jiffy. We've had many calls for them since, but have been unable to satisfy them. The demand for GULBRANSEN player-pianos from all sections of the country keeps the factorv busv. And tho we are the only distributors of GULBRANSEN player-pianos in Greater New York we have had to await our turn. Now we have got them. And it is only fair to everybody to give warning that we shall probably have to wait another long time for the next shipment. So, if you want a GULBRAN SEN, come Monday. Plenty of Time to Pay The outstanding features of the GULBRANSEN are (1) good tone, (2) easy playing qualities, (3) complete musical response, j4) simplified, careful, substantial construction, (5) manufacturer's 10-year guarantee, branded on every piano. GULBRANSEN Instruction Rolls teach you to play any selection correctly, from popular airs o grand opera. Immediate delivery until the carload is gone. Piano Salons First Gallery, Nw Building RUGS Rare Opportunity We have taken all odd quantities of domestic rugs from our regular stocks all rugs which wo cannot duplicate or round out in complete sizes and have set very low prices on them to move them out qu ckly, Tuesday. ' In the 9 x 12 feet size Grade Special price Seamless Axminster rugs $70.00 $40.00 Seamless velvet rugs $65.00 $40.00 Seamless chenille rugs $75.00 $40.00 Seamed Axminster rugs $50.00 $30.00 American grass rugs $16.00 $8.25 Wool and fibre rugs $18.00 $12.00 In the 5'4 x 10l2 feet size Wool Wilton rugs $85.00 $60.00 Worsted Wilton rugs $114.00 $85.00 In the 7lZtx9 feet size Wilton velvet rugs $40.00 $22.50 Axminister rugs $42.50 $30.00 Third Oallery, New Building Miss 14 to 20 could not ask for more becoming Frocks Waffle Checked Voiles and Ginghams, $10.50 A very chic Uttlo voil frock in tho new waffle check. Freo, simple lines, white or gandie fluting, gros-grain rib Bons. Light and navy blue, red, green and orange with white. Ginghams plain, cube-checks, broken checks all colors, four models. Tub Silk Frocks, $19.75 Washable Habutai in fine hnir stripes, with white, orchid, green, black and Copenhagen blue. Crepe de Chine Frocks, $25 Second Floor, Old Dulldlno. Phone or write for the U. S. All-wool Elaikets, $3.65 and '.hey will bo delivered immediately in time for camp use. You may club together with your neighbors, or camps or institutions, and Get a bale of 20 Blankets for $70! Hy the bale the cost is only $U.50 each. These blankets are brand new, in the original fuctory balos. They are all-wool, 4 lbs. or moro in weight, approximately 76x84 in. in size. Olive drab in color. UncUt Sam paid irom S7.JS to $8.S0 tor ihem i, is line gixxt luck to gn them Jor $3.65. First Floor. Old Dulldlng 50 Magicoid Refrigerators ) $27.50 White enamel inside and out Have been selling at $35 to $42 33 X TJ X 4(3 in. Holds 100 lbs. of ice. Made of 3-ply veneer hardwood, with solid posts, in terlocking air-tight frame with 4 extra heavy steel bolt rods; thorough insul ation. Heavy cast brass hardware, nickel-plated won't rust. Extra heavy ice chamber and reinforced ice rack. The 32 x 18 x 50 in. size 45 at $37 The same model and sizo which we have been sel ing or $44. Holds 100 lbs. of ice. Same construction as the refrigerators above described. Seventh Gallery, New Dulldlng 1H 100 Dinner Sets Average Half English Bemi-porcelain, Amer ican semi-porcelain and imported china sets. All by first-class pot ters. Good - looking designs. Great variety to choose from. A bit of mid-summer luck that we had not counted on being able to bring to our customers. No. of Sets 69 21 10 Piece Description Grade Special price 107 English semi-porcelain $es $30 100 American semi-porcelain t50 $30 100 Imported china $95 $50 Second Qallery, New Building. 47 Sewing Machines Wanamaker brand, guaranteed for five years at much lower prices for the tpOD $45 grade 25 hand-lift machines of Ameri can walnut: long shuttle, complete with latest attachments; five draw- Discontinued patterns from the maker of our regular Wanamaker machines that give such good service. ers. $42 for the $65 grade 15 automatic lift machines, drop head, five drawers, mission fin ish. CflT fthr. iptU 1 860 grade 7 automatic lift six drawer ma chines of mahogany; drop head. HI 10 Electric Sewing Machines the celebrated "Free" machines, with West lnghouse motor; in oak and mission and American walnut; at the extremely ow price, Partial payments, if desired. $67.50 I a- 4- Seventh Oallery, New Building