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SDAY, DEOMBtiK 1U, ltfaa.
ntvmnri (Ikn'n rnllU-fwl Maltf-M Iclttcn.
So this makes tho 9,S74th, dcsplto
creenings
By DON ALLEN
tho fact that Joo hasn't mauled
George yet.
L
bert
Lord & Taylor
FIFTH AVENUE
' Telephone FitzRov 1900
STRANGER THAN M0VIE3.
Paul Scardon, who has scrconcl
am
FILMERICK.
A scrcenlta named Harrison Ford,
Hides around the set Uhc a lord
' As a matter of choice,
1 lie tools o Itolls-ltoycc
moro than half a hundred big pic
tures, went to a 5 and 10 cent store
estcrday and met a man ho left In
Australia twenty years ago.
Br
Tho other man was Lawrcnco
Uanray, an nctor. After crrtDracintj.
tho two repaired to a nearby cafe for
1'of with Ms namesake he's terribly
OS.
, bored.
I PHIL UMM SAYSi
refreshments. Both swear they drank
tea.
i
t
8
'04
Familiarity suro breeds contempt;
'lnko th' movica frlnslulicci ivngwin
liow thoy get all tho thrills takfta all
th'MhrM outer 'cm!
ONE ON CHARLIE.
Wlllard Mack, tho prolltlo writer for
tho stazo and screen, la cast as a
jitaywrlght In Ills own screen Jry
."Vour Friend and Mine."
Up at tho studio yesterday sovcrul
Tlsllora wcro watchlns Mack go
through Ills uctlng paces and- ono of
hcra, not thinking Wlliurd could hear
litni, said;
"Why don't they get some ono who
LOOKS llko a writer to play that
art?"
"Say," Interrupted alack, so.no
rtvtiat (lushed, "I remember tho time
when Charlie Chaplin won twentieth
inlzo In a Charllo Chaplin Impcrsunu
tlou contcstl" 1
And ho spoke tho truth, too!
WE'RE SORRY.
Jack Lloyd, who llkca to keep the
C.rHnth activities as wtll dlsplajed flu
voasiblc, called our attention to a lit
tle mistake of ours thut we had
tilrcady noticed and wish to correct
Last Saturday. In answering ono
of tho-hnndrcds of questions uskocl o
Hcrccnlngs, wo Inadvertently stated
that "Jlae Murray was now hard at
work ut tho Maimironcclc ttudlos of
3. W. Grltllth." What ao ltiuiia to
Vilte as that it was Mao Mftrsl
who has been encased for one of Un
loading rolea In "Tho White Itosc.
And. as wo hinted in the headline
we're sorry!
NEW BOARD.
At a meeting of tho Social Service
Department of tho Brooklyn 1'cdcra
linn of Churches yesterday at the
Brooklyn V. M. C. A. Dr. Frank U
Gordon received many acceptanc-.i
from ministers who will scivo us
commlttco of jcvlow of religious nto
tlon pictures for church and society
use.
Tho followins acceptances wi rc
ioted: tho rtevcrends Wni. M
Hughes, C. "W. Sevcrencc, Georgo M
Brown, D. B. Chcnncy. Claude M
Morris. George M. MacDonald, J. V
Twelves. John G. Addy. L,. V. Arm
strong and Andrew B. Wood.
In
! A TRAVELER.
Dropped over to tho Long l3lar
Mudlo of Paramount yesterday to lool,
things over.
As wo wero watching 'cm shoot
section of an Atlantic liner (built
ho studio) an extra rushed clow
the gangplank, landed on tho fcWe
Talks of New York, became ton
fused, turned to tho right an I van
Into tho mlddlo of tho Sahara Detcrt
dldn t llko it thorc, retrcaUU nm
found himself In tho Primeval Vorejt
and from thcro rushed a few stops into
Egypt. ,
The transition from modem New
York to tho paleolithic age sl.i'tled
the player, but ho merely muttrri'il:
"Gosh! I suro traveled some, didn't
1 7"
STILLS.
W. W. Ilodklnson Is giving a
special showing of "Tho Kingdom
Within" at tho Strand' to-day. Ad
mission Is by Invitation only.
According to announcements maac
PhlerduT. J. N. Nnulty is to become
affiliated with Distinctive) Pictures
Cornoratlon as studio manager.. Mi
Naulty has been In tho motion pic-1
turo gamo since 1S9S ana Knows a
thing or two about It.
"Suro l'lro Hint" will see Broad
way fiist on New icars. jonnny
Ulncs is the star.
V. II. BrocKtK has just been ap
pointed manager of distribution for
Associated First National.
Fredric Santlcy steps to tho plalo
again and says that the second "e"
in his first name is also silent, as the
"q" In tfchaw.
A. L. ICrlangcr Is speeding back to
New York, following ills recent con
ference with F. J. Oodsol In Califor
nia in regard to tho Goldwyn produc
tlon of "Ben Ilur."
Uleanor Board man. who icccntly
won "Beauty Conteht No C.000,003
has been given u prominent p.n t In
Iiupert Hughes's "Souls For Sale.",
regsy Lartwrigui. climlnutUc
vaudeville slur, is l'ranklo Lee'a
lending lady In "Itoblu Hood Jr."
Tho press announcements of "Tho
Prisoner" suro read as though it re
si'iulilcd, in story, anyway, 'The Pi Is
oner of 22cncl:i."
"They Call It Dancing" will be
Bull Montana's next.
Marguerite de 1m Molt, besides be
ing a goou boiccn ucircss, romposes
pretty songs. Her latest Is "Mcdltcr
rancan Moon," and it Is said lo be
well started on Popularity Boulevard.
THE 9.274TH.
During tho paet year tliric were
exactly 9,273 "attacked by au a nun i',"
j Series sent to Screenings.
And now along comen one -ibout
leorgo Hnrknthoine and Joo M.niiii,
( e npo actor.
Joo Martin cither is the nv.uifit
. . rioo In tho movies or he is a viciuu
f hi llbr-I, for ho is credited with lus'ii,
'attacked sovcral men during hl tut
' inn career.
Now It seems that Hackntlionm lias
mado friends with Joo and that tin;
cipo actor follows tho human urn.-
j give "Her" a. I
HOOVER I
I this Christmas
; It saves her time and :
strength it saves you
money rugs wear long-
: er and it's easy to buy :
only $6.25 down
small monthly pay- j
j ments write a check
: today mail the cotifon :
or phone for name of
nearest dealer. j
For Autionccd Hooter Service ;
j rhontj: rUzray J I00 J UUJ KJ
,4
I Tlic Hoover Suction Sweeper I
j Company, 710 Marbridgc
j Dldg., New York City
I Please tell mc how I can get a I
I rue cleaned FREE, with 110 I
I obligation. "
Z Name :
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Address
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Juxrjtt
BOOT-SHOE
32-51
West 34th St
32-34
West 34lh St
Combination Offer!
Walking Oxfords and Spats
COMPLETE
$45
5
niavk Kid Oxlntds, Cuban eels
.id tYelt Sole.
spat are of fine quality Kersey
nam. all. auAUKS.
The reason for th s extraordinary offer is that the sizes of the Oxfords
sic broken. The chart below shows number of pa'.rs and sizes available.
H2KI 3 3K 4 m 5 15X16 M 7 7X 8 ll-s
:?L7Jty633
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QUEEN QUALITY BOOT SHOP
32-34 West 34th St.
Solitaire Diamond Engagement Rings
$125 $300 $500 $1,100 $600 $400 $200
- Other diamond engagement rings. $25 to $3,500
ChristmasRecordsBroken
SANTA CLAUS'S principal distribu
ting agent, the United States Post
Office Department, announces that ,
Christmas mail this year is appreciably
heavier than it ever has been before.
So is Christmas shopping at Lamberts'.
The P. O. Department announces that, despite
I he1 increased quantity of mail, less difficulty is
being experienced in handling it, due to the re
sponse or the public to the plea to mail early.
This situation is duplicated at Lambert Broth
ers', where old and new customers are respond
ing wonderfully to the plea to shop early.
Quality Jewelry for Her
H-karat gold, all engraved bracelet (that opens), $18.50
Other H-karat gold bracelets, $10 up
cold.
Y
H-karat ween gold
jatalliere, plat
inum Inn. ni,rr,l
f will. Uln. Bracelet vutrli. H-karat ireen
diamonds.. .$72 engraved octagon tcp with 15 jewelled
Other Lavalliercj. Llgin works . . . $50
$4 up.
Lavallierewith
platinum top
and 14 karat
green gold back
and set with 3
(me diamonds.
$125
White gold bracelet watch. 4 dia
monds set in top $85
Ladles'
Diamond
Platinum
Ring
Pierced and
rarvrd.set with 7
line diamonds.
$250
Ladies'
Diamond
Platinum
Ring
H-karat green gold platinum top
brooch, engraved edges, sat witli one
diamond and 2 pearls. $52.50 anJ
uuicr diamond brooches iroin K;(ik 1 1 ;ne
$75 to $3,500 monds $200
Select Today or Tonight
ONLY four more shopping days remain for
those who for one reason or another have not
yet been able to make their Christmas selec
tions. Each day from now on will be more
crowded than the day before. Make your selec
tions today or tonight. Lambert Brothers will
remain open until 10 every evening this week.
Quality Jewelry for the Men
m
V.,T.
14 - karat green
gold cuff links,
engine turned,
per pair, $12.50
Other cuff links
vjh tiamonJs,
$25 per pair up.
14-karat gold
cuff links, bro
cade and engine
turned, $15 pair
Other cuff links.
S5.50 prr pair
Mans H-karat green gold open-face
watch, fancy engraved and engine
turned design, with Waltiiam 17
jewelled adjusted works, $72.50
Other Walthams, Elgins. Ilamiltons,
Howards in H-karat cases, $3G up
14 . k a r t
green gold
scarf pin.
platinum top.
carved and
pierced, set
with fin: dia
mond. $35
Other dia
mond scarf
pins, $20 up
In gold-filled cases
SIC. 50 up
H-karat
grec gold
scarf pin, en
gracd bor
der set with
fine gsruet
and I ba
roque pea rl.
$7.50
Other gold
crarf pins.
up.
H-karat gold engine lined green gold
belt, buckle, with fine quality leather
belt $27
H-karat green gold scissor-knife, engine turned'. . . . .$14,50
Other gold knives $8.00 up
Sterling silver knives . . $5.00 up
Store open 9 a.m. to 10 p. m. etery day until Christmas
Third Avenue
At the Corner of 58th Street
Santa Claus' Annex
On the Fourth Floor
Everything for children that Santa could
not get onto the Seventh Floor he put
here on the Fourth Floor that is Why . t
wc call it his annex and a most fas
cinating place it 'is.
Glort SilkVtm and
ttevmen lo mauh,fleth color
or hilt, pUin tailortd tly ttt
or lace tdttd. Vtits Sl.95
Bloomtri J2.93
Stealers Smart tni
Jdihing enouth lo JtU(,hl
the heart if the moit txdtt.
ingitHifUdy. In til stylet
and colors. Sites 28 to jS.
S2SS to f 16.30
The Young People's Store,
The Hoys' Section Is oAlive with
Appropriate (jift Suggestions for Christmas x-
Shopping for the boys is a perfectly simple procedure if you visit
our Fourth Floor. For you will find here everything a boy's heart
could desire in the way of clothing or accessories, all grouped most
conveniently in attractive adjacent sections.
Comfy SlipptrtAUi
blue, brorun, old roie. Sil
6 tot. SI.JO
Alice
cap
T
A Bay'i Plide Hit
leather hell with Jlmniij
buckle and his striped silk lie.
Ties 30c to f2.50
Belts 50c to ft. 30
BucUes 50c to .50
Boys' Robes in blanket and
wool effects, $3.75 to $24.75
Boys' Sweaters in popular color
combinations and plain colors,
coat or slipon, $3.50 to $10
Boys' Neckwear, 50c to $2.50
Boys' Woolen Mufflers, plain
colors or stripes, $L50 to $6
Boys' Flannel Pajamas, $1.25
to $3
Boys' Silver Belt Buckles,
$1.50
Boys' Belts, 50c to $1.50
Boys' Raincoat and Cap, $6.50
Boys' Black Rubber Coats,
$4.25
Puss-in-Dooti warm
coty slippers in Alice Hue.
red and hroTtn. Sizes 6 lo
t. SI. 7 5
Wool Gauntlets just
,arrived from Scotland, Ian,
Rray, and reieda green.
Sites i to 6. S2.75
fOURTII riOOR
Handkerchiefs of
Cotton, -with colored mrn
border and colored intttal.
6 ma hot, 7fc
Iff!
HE ARM
Men's
Suits
Special 29.75
All wool single ami two trouser suits, in a satisfactory
assortment of standard fabrics, checks, overplaids and
plain colors in worsteds, cassimeres, cheviot, serge and
tweed. Models suitable for young and older men. Sizes
34 lo 48, regulars and stouts.
Men's Smoking Jackets
Special 5.85
(1001I selection of comfortable, nllrnctive wool jackets in wanted
styles and shades. Double frogs and cord bindings. Sizes JH
t 4(1. Regulars and stouts.
Men's Overcoats
Special 27.50
All wool plaid back overcoats in desirable shades and model-.
Sizes III lo Hi. Regulars ami stouts.
jjy Seo Pago 27 for Other Hearn AdvMUlng.
Diamonds
AT
68
PER
Illuiuonili make (lie bct CUrtitmat (ids.
'in. Kriulnl dlauiuiid iut etr uwiru u
lire vii tin-pin; lii utir .lore during ur p
ilul ClirlatniH .air. untlnuln ltl7 ntl
lumorruHT. e ore direct Importers of ola
iiioikIx. irlllug our .tone, from the tllainooil
tullliic milt, la llurope thru our Eurepmu
offlnt ut IS Hue .lonUnu, Antwtrp. J?'
illumondi him brilliant blue-white, cut Id the
.nirrlmu Imprntcd fmliloo of cuttlni Willi
u xliler iirt-ad. llne the poenrnnce of
crrulrr wrlght. Hi'5 ro ia m f
Im Ihriii at 6.oo per rural, whlcli l rll
i. iliMn ui.Imi,i. itrlre In fact. Import-
rr' prlie. ou run purchae on of
Hiaiiiiinu. upon me niiiii,t. ,iu.
Ihul eiery pi-niijr ou paid, will be rrlarnert
If jour own Jtwellfr can duplicate It for
t . 1 .1 .... 1. 1 - nrliu IV. At.
not brllrte jnu can malcu llirni uaarr
SI50.0D prr rarat.
ami iiiiii:u diamond uAno.iis rwi
5 o5000
r luie brcn clliur brilliant blue-nhlt.
itlaiuondi for (he put 41 jeare, and onr
wonderful inliir. arc knoifn from roant to
cn.i.t. Mhrn jou get u chance to hu; bluc
ivlilte dluinoniU at ucli n big eailng In price
!riu ought to take ailianlage of the .ale be
fore It It tiNi li''. We hafe nprrt diamond
Mtlmmcn to wait Ma you aud eiplaln any
thing jou wl.b to know about diamond.
.Ill.t il. jour onn juagmrnt anu o ran
tlncrd that jou Hrr getting the bet Dolble
tnlun before lajlng out jour moufj, Thu
MiniU of other diamond ring are on dl.plar
nt greatlj redi.reil prler.. Thej range In
nrlre from g.t.VO to tt I '01. 00.
Note KACII UIAMOMI CAN nt! I5X-
f ii,nc,i-.ii at tiii: roi.i. ruitniAM;
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B.GUTO&SONS
170
HASSAU ST..N.Y. SrVtaB
At Paik Raw and NiuiuSt
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DIAMONDS
if TERMS AS UDW AS
f $1 92 DOWN
A Ue-I Value.. Cenfldrnllat. Kepre-
V tentatltr call.. Open Krcalnga.
Xa Dixrumrj .unn WW.
CiPTC DIAMOND WATCH CO.
,AuLL 37 MAIDEN LANE.
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