THE. EVENING WORLD, .TJKTJRSDAY, ..DEO.!! WW 7... I.M2.
i b l n
e o tage
will bo held at tho Central Theatre
on Krlilay of next wcclt., A wholo
hour will ho ilpvotctl to nnintetirn
who tliink they am licat lJarryniorc
ns llnmlot. .Too Klynn Is prnctldnK
up on "Two hern, or not to lulmblo."
It looks lllio a touch Winter.
f; 7T 1 most Important when a new
I theatre Is built to make Its loca-
linn Liimvll in Hin tilllillr. When
lhr Palaco opened It lost moro than
$190,400 tho (lmt season, principally
toecsvuso tho public didn't know whero
It was. Advertising put It on tho
map and now It Is thn ccntro ot
American vnudcvlHc. Six months
after A I Erlangcr opened the New
Amsterdam Thcatro ho was returning
from Philadelphia and on arriving- at
nfrrv landlnc In Manhattan told a
X Saxlcab driver to tako him to tho
' "Whero Is thnt theatre?" asked tho
t jg Mr. Erlanrer, when ho reached his
Viffln,. nnlnrwl nlftrn limn 10(1 lilllhn.ird
locations telllnc whore tho New Am
IT'8 "SUN SHOWERS."
, Law Cantor's new' musical show,
Bun Bhowere," featurlnit Harry
Dalf, la In rehearsal. It will open In
Stamford on Chrlatmaa Day. Included
t the cast are Kathlene Martyn,
lUIUn Grimes, Ben Ryan, Manette
l,e, Nellie Qrahom-Dent, Borta
Doan, John Doswell, Lee Houston,
yrank Anderson and Oeortre Berlow,
MI83 TAYLOR PREPARING.
Lauretta Taylor has become active
4uln- On Christmas night she will
"make her first nppcarance In "Hu
TOoresque," Fannie Uurst's drama
tisation of her own story, at the Apollo
Theatre, Atlantic City. Miss Taylor
decently returned from California,
'.Where she acted In "Pet; o My
Heart" In films. The production ot
Humoresque" la being; made by A.
Th Erlanger and George C. Tyler.
The cast Includes Luther J. Adler,
Dore Davidson, Howard Llndaey,
'Bngene Ordway, Frank Manning,
'Elite Grey and Sidney Carlisle.
S A PLAY,
4 Bcssue Hayakawa, tho Japanese
'screen star, will be presented In New
Tork In January by the Messrs. Shu-
bert, In association wluh Walter Jor
.dan, In "Tiger Lily," ft play of San
Francisco's Chinatown, written by
HERE, KITTY, KITTYI
' Two cats, ono a tenor and the
.other a contralto, began a serenade,
last night near tho stage door of the
Little. Thcatr?, whero John Goldcn's.
rsrito Corner" Is holdlnir forth
(3ome of the audience thought they
,wero Bia urecn ana uud coumnan
trying to 'iharmonlre" "Sweet Ade
line," but tho members of tho cast
Bad different Ideas.
: "Tho Ku Kluz Man," suggested
"The banshee," came from MatUo
;- "Leave the dear things sing," said
Madge Kennedy. I was at a Rus
sian muslcalo yesterday afternoon."
Billy Jerome and Jean Schwartz
have written a Coue song called
"Every Day, In Uvcry Way."
William Morris says tho report that
he will produce "Tho Bootleggers" In
London Is a mistake.
A matlnco performance of "Tho
Fool" will bo held dally during the
holidays beginning Deo. 26.
Wcra and Tova Dnhl, Danish sing
ers and dancers, havo Joined the cast
of "Tho Bootleggers."
F-dward Whltesldo will present "The
Democrat," u comcdy-clrnma, nt tho
Punch and Judy Theatre to-night.
Until Choricnnlng has bern selected
Walter Hampden to appear with
htm In Shakespearean productions.
William II. Tost of "Seventh Heav
en saw his daugbter wed to Hodney
Sturgls of Boston recently.
Mme. Barova has been added to the
cast of "A FantasUo Fricassee" at
the Oreenwich Village Theatre.
Ruth Draper, who la In Europe, will
return to America in Janutry. She
will give several recitals In New
A THOUGHT OR TO-DAY.
Waltar Klnnlsv Suva tin hu at
tended 1,346 theatrical first nights In
a Tuxedo and has never had to rent
his attire yet.
A youth teho teat rather a fool,
Once tickled the leg of a mule.
The mule muttered, 'Woofl
And shot out one hoof.
The name on the grave it O'Toole.
FROM THE CHESTNUT TREE.
"Never cross tho Sahara Desert
without a watch."
"Because every watch has a spring
TIE PIN HEIR SCORES POINT.
Warlnnd Gets Order Against JSxern-
lon o: snoo.ooo nutate.
John Kltn Wayland, whoso father
left him his collection of jicarf pins
but no share In his $300,000 estate, ob
tained an order yesterday from Surro
gate Cohalan, directing tho nine exe
cutors to show why tho son should
not be appointed administrator of the
estate. The son declares hla eighty.
seven-year-old father was of unsound
mind when he disinherited him.
The executors were named by the
father to spend the estate in building
a $1,000,000 white marble hotel in the
little town of Stonlngton, Conn.,
where he had his summer home.
Tho son Is a member of the law
firm of Wayland & Bernard, No.
LL, WE KNEW HIM WELL.
Shakespearean amateur night
Man's better half prob
ably makes the better half of
pur Chirstmas shoppers
. So many wives realize
that a man's store is the
place to buy a man's gift!
Dressing gowns the
ort men wear.
leisure a comfort.
: Neckwear that wont be
worn in a chiffonier.
Cane and umbrella sets
5 of finest malacca, ebony
: Slippers, bags, suitcases
ilk mufflers, shaving 6ets
i belt buckles.
Scotch and English gol
-hose our finest collection
, ever. '
' Silk pajamas, silk shirts
rilk socks, silk umbrellas.
: Everything men and
boys wear: also sporting
May we mail price list o
Iwsvl iicraia so,
I IStb EtJ k"Four v et 35th Bt.
i-ltesadway; Corners" Fifth Ave.
If you like exclu
qualify and the rare
charm in a slipper
that is called chic,
you will find them
at the shops of I.
Miller for as little as
pr Block Sarin
$ 15 Weit 42nd Street
T Ofnuwtitor.M. Murtii rmhn Strtrt
498 Fulton Street, Corner of Bond M
Fifth Avenue. 34th and 33d1Strceu
DAINTY Breakfast .Sets of fine Linen -Luncheon
Seta rich with Dalmatian i-ace
Refectory Cloths of lavish lace and em
broidery! With the loveliest Linens the world
affords, McCutcheon'a caters to the discrimi
nating woman at Christmas Time, as always.
Breakf&tt Tray Sets
Luncheon Sets .
Serving Table Scarfs
Refectory Table Cloths
Lingerie Bags .
Chair Tidie .' .
$4.50 to 13.50
$ 5.00 to 475.00
$3.00 to 50.00
$18.00 to 450.00
$ 4.75 tos 27.50
$ 3.00 to 7.50
$ 4.00 to 19.50
Lunch Cloth and 12 Napkins $ 9.00 to 150.00
Tray Cloths .... 75c. to 18.50
Bureau, Dressing Table and Chiffo
nier Covers .... $ 2.50 to 125.00
Hemstitched Damask Breakfast and
Luncheon Sett . . . $13.50 to 60.00
Napkins $7.50 to 67.50 doz.
Tea Cloths and Napkins . $6.75 to 67.50 set
Veil may i tun you uttl pleat your mott Jltcrtmtnatlni
frltnJt ly a Chlitmat Gift tf Pur Ltrun HaniiuthUJt lnm
"Tht Linen Stort."
Store llourt: 9 A. M. to 6 P. M.
FIFTH AVENUE IMS MlM CO.
They are very
Tetephono FltsRoy 3400
A Holiday Display of
Silk Faille Hats
5.75 8.50 10.00
Has it occurred to you. that a Hat might be a much appreci
ated gift? We have found that our colorful silk chapeaux,
beautifully embroidered in silver thread and garnished with
fur, fruits and flowers are greatly in demand for that very
purpose. They represent a refreshingly new array of mid
Hats of Genuine Fur
Mole and Squirrel Predominating
They are combined with metallique
and beautiful faille silks in high
shades. The proper complement
to a rich fur wrap attb very mod
est price of 12.50
The Great Christmas
Gift Shop of All New York
lssHIItsH hH PIh I iiH 3f
its w mm
For those who prefer a Console model, this
Victrola meets the most exacting demands
for quality of tone and fine cabinet wok.
Its size makes it specially adaptable to the
space requirements of the average home.
S-OO- DowHBalaficc Monthly
James McCreery & Co.
I IFTII A V KNIT
Quinine acts at once
and gives quick rclieE
It checks Colds in
A f 1 f
l j 1 1
in inrcc qay&j)
W H.Hill Company
OPEN NOSTRILS! EASE
A COLD OR CATARRH
How To Get Relief When Head
and Note are Stuffed Up.
Count fifty I Your cold In head or
catarrh Is relieved. Your clogged
nostrils will open, tlir air passages of
vour head will clear and you can
breathe freely. No more snuffling,
dryness or headache; no struggling
for breath at night.
Get a small bottle of Ely's Cream
Halm from rmir il-nirulst and apply
a little of thi- :rnnt antiseptic
cream In your i It penetrates
through every passage of the
head, foothlriR mil hpnllng the swol
len or inflamed nitirnus membrane,
Zi ins u iiist.int relief. Head cilil
and catarrh yield like magic. Don't
14 karat green gold, platinum top bar pin. pierced and
engraved, set with fine sapphire $22.50
Set with Cne diamond $28.50
Choice Gifts That Last
LAMBERT BROTHERS have
gathered together for this
year's Christmas trade the
most elaborate assortment of choice
GIFTS THAT LAST ever seen in the
Lambert showrooms in the long:
experience of this old and trusted
house, and they want all their cus
tomers, old and new, to share with
them the thrill one experiences in
beholding things that are beautiful.
Diamond Engagement Rings
$650 $500 $300 $250
Other diamond engagement rings from $25 to $3,500
Lambert Brothers' first aim was to
make their collection of Christmas
diamonds the best they ever had
shown. To this end a member of the
firm went to Europe last Summer
personally to select the Lambert
Christmas diamonds. These stones
have been beautifully mounted in
the Lambert factory on the premises,
and are on view in the showrooms.
These Will Please Her
wedding ring. $16.50
Wedding ringi in 18
karat geld $4.50, to
those paved with dia
monds $175 up.
11 a n .1 -
set with 10
fi n e d i a -monds
Price i n -dudes
csrved, set with 7
18 karat white gold bracelet watch, with 4
diamonds, set in platinum, cased 1 5 jewelled
Swiss movement, mounted on black rib
bon .. . . . $90
14 karat gold bracelet watches with reliable
Swiss works $24 up
Cold-filled bracelet watches $15 up t
H a n d -wrought
set with 9 fine
Their next aim was to make their
assortment of Christmas fewelry so
broad that there would be something
for every customer, no matter how
full or thin his purse. This was done,
and Lambert Bros, now are "set"
for all customers,whetheroldornew.
These Will please Him
with e n -grayed
diamon d s,
with 5 dia
mi is 'i-m
II 4710 WALT MAM 2 VPM
14 karat green gold knife, finely engine turned, with file
and two blades SJ0-00
14 karat gold scissor knives io up
Other gold knives $8 up
Sterling silver knives $5 up
1 4 karat gold sig
net ring. Jsp&n-
esc ociign, line Hj
Msn's heavy 14 karat gold open face
case, newest model, P jewelled Wal
tham, Hamilton or Elgin move
Other Walthsms or Elfins in 14 karst
gold cases $36 up
Others in gold filled esses. $16.50 up
Store open 9 A.M. to 6 V. M. Saturday until 0 o'clock
Corner of 58th Street
stay ttuffed'Up and miserable. Jte
lief Is sure, Adrt.
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