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AI ARGUES
FOR PICTURES
Le* ??W? HlmS Wi" Pl,t
Spoken SUgt Ont crf
Running.
-TH. motion:, rtBI?? have dune more
?Zim "P" ':" iCt,u iro,ml#B
:L th. *p-?k;r'-' ?"*hK? h8S done t0
,*???? Mali -ira*?. *?'?. ?lonK
Sa l***l ' :;i'r "f actors "h0
?^-a ?,- |a Sh ikeepearUfl plays, bas
!./?!* iposklflg for the silent
?*?*?*,; . ; been la the plct
???***' .. weeks. He will
\\me\* roen ? I ? versi0"
! -The !'? b0nd'" adapted
of ??: .
frotntr.e? ^ . wna. thf motion
A!""? , ,i the acting pro
-..ctures ? >t_ i My| hirti,,,
f**?^"' ),,ve .; .b ed more actors to
?SfSSr heed'up than haa the stage
Nld th ?!, p.. and pay well. It is
Thew.u- ??('r', 0< Plcture?
"? lire- ?' 1{ '" ???'??"<'
ICSaisi ? " that the BC?or's
the,i..r??- thcm
'*?<[ mst'tc- I -.raiment
a.#BI ? '; thP le???t,
rrfeiugs ???? ' ,r'"?surpof.his
????rat'e?'. "rt" weens of ?"*
Son. I ????'?
uinty?!'" ? ' '?' ' n' 'i ?''? ? .
mSC*m\ I " '* different. An
?tor il tare that he will u-ce-.ve his
?one- f ? ' n,ent' be lt 8
y.gr. ? month, or a
"The ' '.n?s allow an actor to have
horr.' . age does not
t>igt li s permanent home. No matter
how g'e.'.t is ? *tar on thp '?-eitimate
?tare be ? '* ??"??? from, trs,vo!
. ? |b fact, t r be is the more
.ure It is that he ? il havi? to travel.
for It Is In the little tOWBI and the
eitlei throughout the country that the
Bgnggers make their real profits on a
big nime He may have his beautiful
home daring tl ? aumrnor, but he la sure
to have ' . U-avel a good abare of his
time. . .....
?The picture ar.Ar rnay have a little
butigslow, no natter how modest, or
BOiely a room near the f>tudio. It is
_,. ? 1 ... Il? ?in Iiva b nor
eh
the land. It must oner a tuture, wnicn
It doe? I ?. for Individuality is
??scour.,,.- i and Ol . almost for?
bidden } oui ? ust follow
o!dc? i loa."
?-?
\ ? OMMERI im v.i
I * ? lenariaa WS! being eagerly
intervie??-. I by reportera, and was
stked, among other thing.-, to what he
attriboted i is long life and good health,
?ays 'The Kansas ( :ty Star."
?Well,*1 'he old man replied, slowly,
"I'm sot la a poaition to say right now.
You see, I've been bargaining with two
er three of then patent medicine con?
cern for ? couple of i ? ? . l I l ain't
quite
CHARLOTTE ON SKATES
Hippodrome Stee! Blade Dancer I)e
cants on lee Sport.
I ?r\wht-re indications point towai
the permanent vogue of skating
America.
F-S popularity of the ice ballet ii
troduced by Charles iJillinghani in tl
? Hippodrome production is one n
dication of the voeue now enjoyed i
indoor skating. Ft r ten years the ?po:
has been the craze of Europe, both as
Bast?ais and a form of theatrical d
\ (1 ' issenient.
I narlotte, the premier dancer o
Skates who daily and nightly charrr
Hippodrome audiences with the beaut
Sad ??race of her movements and lear
and bol?n?)? on steel blades like an urn
bat mi his mat, bsllovos skating th
brilliant and daring of ail sport
" I o hold the balance over a gigant:
curve of several hundred feet vvhil
travelling at high BBOOd, and with
balance ruch a? is possible to but fc
acrobats in the t rcus, is in itself a
achia-v ement of no rua'an order," sh
says. "There is tu such jump.ng alon
.?r ?rlth paitner-, )?????ili!?. on the stag
or ( ven in the circus as la done nighll
in this 'atest skiing act ut the Hin
podrome. Several of ihe star perform
i-r- make a tremendous backward curvi
suddenly come to the toes on the point
of the skates and fling themselves fou
??r t:v?> feet into the air, blighting a
full ?peed to tini?h the jump in on
great curve of stiadieil and beautifu
poise, In one of the effective numba-r
of the spectacle a couple are skating ?
high speed; they conn; to a sudden tun
and the dainty little girl is throwi
dear over the shoulders of her mal?
t>artne?-. The act nev r fail* to arous?
tumultuous BOpllOSS.
"Oac American skater has ?-.ugge^te?
that the art of -kating never ro<
i?. ?IS plane it should have occupia-d it
this country hoeoass couaetitioi
i.mong amateurs ha? been stifled rathei
than encouraged. And he'pointed ou1
on?- of the skating rules governing thi
?port up to a few year? ago, in v. hie!
tha skater was penalized if lie raise?
his arms above his waist! A sorry sort
?if procession surely that sort of rulf
must have caused the skating chani
pionahipa here to become.
"Popular interest in ?kating compr
titioii? has never been encouraged here
a?, in Europe, where every small town
1 has it? championships, into which all
the best skaters go. Thence they gradu?
ate into the larger national and tinally
into the international championships.
Ami from this mass of available ma
terial there gradually develops a small
cm-!.-- who take up the sport profe?
sionally, giving lessons in the art a'
some of the inativ rinks or taking part
in the ice spectacle? and ballets on ice.
"You have only just come to the
place In your development of the ?port
of ice skating when- there is any con?
siderable interest in this great pastime,
And this interest will grow surprising
ly. Every one now aroused will interest
others, and America, with its natural
enthusiasm over a new toy, will sur?
ra's all the other countries that hoTS
ji;ce gone skata--mad."
a
OLIVER CROMWELL'S SON.
Oliver Cromwell tried to train his son
h, ho a worthy successor as Protector,
AmarUa'a For,--?, ThMtrn land Hita lindar ti>? Olrtctlon ?' San
i in \l III. J ial Weal of B ?
SB.
I'KH h
tir ro J I..Ml.
K Inn IUiub?art. Inc.
bon? 72?; Bryai
?ara
WEDNESDAY MATIN!? ink SPECIAL
THANKSGIVING DAI BEST SEATS fLM
. . ... ?? . >n ? a Magnificent Pi i on .-?f
A
KIIVV\?I Ml'.!'-. I.IOUI,!. IIKII'll I KKIlKKK K LEWIS. ,;'?'T '^ .
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PAOET, I ICI? M WON, MARTHA MATO CHAS PRANCIS, ,,,. ,. ,*' : ,,
I DI ?-:.! HARRT* BOTHERN ' _*J '
I'Kolil ? I l? l Mil K 1 III. Vlll-ON \l DIRECTIOT4 <>F JA? ?H KS ( OIM.
LYRIC
? . ' B way. Eva? at I I ill. I I N NI EST
PLAT IV
\. II. ???OU?. Present? Till. ?OKI I>
1
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labile ?I-jawr
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Mai.ru??' It ?Hart? at ?? 20 and Iks
i? irna Mantle, Ev? Ma
v bette? play then 'Potaah ?ad Pai
mutier' ?Hej rood Brom?. Tribun?
I \I I. \ M \TINKK Til INK?I,I\IM, DAY.
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HII I I Wl
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EVERY WOMAN who has
seen it ?ants to MC it ??iran?
woman who has
? dosa
IK ETERNAL
MAGDALENE
JULIA ARTHUR
Mat- ? ? ?rday.
SUI1RFDT Mia *v etVmts I.??? PIS.
-nvjD_.nl May Wei Thankaa'a O Sat,
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ALONE AT LAST ;
31TH ST. TH. ! v. < j w.vv.i Tba_?a*saSal
1HE UNCHASTENED WOMAN
SEAT8 ? WEEKS IN ADVANCE.
COMEDY ^\L-H::':?<? I-;-,
HOBSOYS CH..ICE
Maxine Elliotf s *? v;. ?,".- ?-??2"
LAST 9 TIMES LAST
QUINNEYS' ???i,
LOU-TELLECEN m THE WARE CASE
PLAYHOUSE
SOOTH . HI ?.
I SO.HE*N SBuS?
BB ? Lord Dundr.a'? s <
UllNO. ) .
THE BLUE FARADISE fg?fc
K of H me,
I,?k? i r Mata ? l
a Bal I U
THE PLAYHOUSE COMPANY IS NO
LONGER AN EXPERIMENT. BUT A CHER
ISHED. LO AL INSTITUTION." ? Erenln
Journal.
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MANHATTAN
a S I (, HT AT 9.
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TOFALOS vs. LURICH
TO A t INiSH.
WtCIAL MAHNEE THAN KSI, I VINO DAY.
^T?i
AM. I'UtK'livi IM 1.1 I? THANKS. MAT.
I M MM" MOMIAT ? I'.i.T AM. Wl l> MAI
THE NEW YORK IDEA.
"THE VEHY BEST THAT THE CONTEM.
PORARV AMERICAN AND ENGLISH STAGES
AfrORU IN POLITE COMEDY.'?World.
?a-as TOURRET
**m DECREUS
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WITHhkSPOON
MAX I ?
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Efe K?iEISLER
ix~v>? 1 ? i n?n? 4'?"1
****)U? Hall. l??. mi. >?,, ??;?,. ad ?>?
?fe. MILLER
1*^** *?*?"**??? M.M ?y?) .?,. ?4, ?I I !S I?.a.
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?LOISEWELL
*aa?*U K? u, 1 , ?gt l?itei A i'?"i I
Igt, i. IAN HALL. ?RI.. NOV. 26. J P. ?
E3 THIRD VIOLIN RECITAL
?SPALDING
I i?-. i' ?,? ma ti. tttk ioe. o?? i
El S.I? ?I Boi omto or 14)? A ol?an Hall. I
H| llraiaut MM. -luna.... Plano.
~?**H_i Hall. T? m?>????. i Mota, i AfL. at 3.
mtmmtA Winifred Christie
I | ??? . i ??> II ?'.' lloara II-'
Mutl la/??' ?un.or'. Ma'a|.mri.t. Inc.
lia?? a H.?;,.i. piase ' ?. i
\i m i \s inn,. Saat. \fi.. s?.?/. 27, at S.
cR?iG CAMPBELL :
: : ...... la..?. ?i-Tii?
l..i.. lion uf pay?.??! Oraba m
Lyomia T*o_ro. SaiSas Art. Nov. 7t. at t.
?,- LANDOW
liiatlnri-had r?anla?
r v.'? ?I IV.i <>???'? K ?!?? Pian?
* AEOLIAN MAIL, tel Ira.. No*. 77. ?? S II."
_?, SASCHA IAC0BSEN
. ,. |. i .iT i ?: . i
iiUf.u''. Ui?i'..a??' CeaaBSj w?_??o_*ui, lu
but the attempt ?va-, a failure, com?
ments a writer in "The San Francisco
Argonaut." Richard ?vas easygoing and
am,able, and mor" addicted to sports
than to sfatecraft. He was the ac
knowledged Lord Protector from Sep?
tember .',, l?OB\ to .May St, It**, but cut
little hgure as such. He did not relish
official tluties, and much prefened hav
iBg B good time. The cavaliers called
him "Queen Dick," and others, ?till less
respectfully, ??poke of him as "Tumble?
down Hick." He was glad to quit, when
Parliament told him to get out. After
bis abdication, however, he conducted
himself with credit and even ?nth dig
nitv. He lived in quiet retirement for
fifty-three years, and died July 12, 171:',
at th? ripe old age of ninety.
LORD SANDWICH'S DRUM ROOM.
The eccentrle Lord Sandwich had, ac?
cording to his biographer, a strange
pasaion for the thunder of big drums,
for the gratification of which passion
he had caused the entire side of one
large music room in his mansion at
Hinchinbrook to be covered with parch?
ment, so that when it was struck with
a massive stick it gave out a roar suffi?
cient to terrorize any sensitive sou!.
Many who heard this drum once struck
positively declined ever to enter the
apartment again le?t they should be
given a second performance, says "The
St. Louis Republic."
MAT. DAILY at 2
23c-S?c?7Sc
2.000 CHOICI
SKATS SSc
' \^~ B n/-K ? -gg -r,
TW? BIO IHM KKT- ?I M?AY. Hl.t.l. MONDAY MAT. NO\. 2MI.
BIGGEST HOLIDAY BILL EVER OFFERED ON ANY STAGE
Kf.TIR.N KMiKIKUt-M TBHMPHAST Rt.Tl'RN
?*?*? EMMA CALVE
THK HOBI.II'S GREATEST CARMEN
BINQINQ A7?' ENTIRELY NEW REPERTOIRE OK BPARKLINO SELECTIONS
"PASSION PLAY 0F YtgSg?
with DOROTHY SHOEMAKER & CO.
? ' "Mi.l.v OP THE TRAP 147 14V BIPNET MeTATTRON HIRfaT**.
?MU.Il 4 I III \l I IHN, KXTH I SDIIKl? F EAT!" RE,
BEATRICE ERNEST
HERFORD EVANS
? i lei '?in*?.
' i r?. frir.atlon?
FAVORITE f'F THE "400 ?
AND HIS DANCING COUPANT,
DANIELS ^?*:~"?" tZ'H?'S?m. BOYLE
* RUTH ROYE *
LUPtKAU ? ?i in;? ii.i.i. .?? rouNQBtn sinoinq oomedibnne dKAlIL
Exclusive vie?? ? (if Saturday's Vale-Harvard football (?ame.
IKITIRK EXTHIOBIMMBY
LAT? STAR OF "Tin; TRAVELING ?ALEffMAN" aad "OH! OH: liEl.PMINE."
FRANK McINTVRE
? l> CO. In "THE HAT SALESMAN," br C.EOHOE V. HOB\BT.
-T I D ft
ir-MVfFf
HIPPODROME
?I \\ ?I.I.MK.NT ( IIAKLKS 1MI.LIM.HAM.
BRINGING JOY TO HALF A M LLION
TONIGHT agV !
SOUSA
CONCERT
"'!? II.I.I7 II4RnOI,p.
N i r ?i wnxa
'ii RBEBT I XaSBKB,
I.' III ?ta TAMMANY,
SOUSA
NIGHT
41! Sonsa
i ',ir[?'III?.n?
?j 1 HIP
HIP rjOORAT
Star F*atur*? t.icl.
fit a iu.ottf;.
ENTIRE
ICE
BALLET
ro?it\i;
I" ' ?lafjrl?
T?v" Ml" ? ?:?.
SEATS NOW for ?H remslnlng
TTformanr?? In 191S. Inri Thanke
gulig. Xmas and New Teara
-w- Matli.ee? *m1 Nights
a*"'?* d POI R BOX OFFICES nlway?-.pen
jI until ll p in-one op?n all night
?**- il Ai.i. seats, lad lie * soc. in
Tl family drela reearaed gnd ?o]?i In
ad? aac*x
II Muskal
< omedl??
tn
fm?
I000 PEOPLE
Th?
Talk
of
th?
-4orM|
HIP
HIP ,
^HOORAYl
f
E??? * ?fi e?A BUT *?? KAI
I Sat. Mat **?*-**-* SEATS 91. MAI
J? ? ?[
88 NOVELTIES SOUSA BAND
"o Prell.? (,lrla on Ire
in the Craze of th. C?nntry|
THE SENSATIONAL
ICE BALLET
f?ta?;ed hy P.. It. BUEMSIOI
?a? * ?I CA BUT #?? DAILT
?t. Mat we**w SEATS ?JI.Mats
NEW TRIANGLE PLAYS OF INTENSE
ABSORBING INTEREST
"Tlir PENITENTES," ? r,rll*1th-?uper?t??.l p!ay with Orrln Johnaon an*
Seen? Owen in th?. ??a.ling; role?, la a graphic tale of a atranga brotherhood
.il Mexican faaatlea Th?? Indian massacre, th? rescue by th? troopg, ?r?
told in m ithmi ihiUllas arajr.
Man Bolantt Frank Milla, and TVIllard Mark appear In ?'THE EDGE
<i|" THE A IiYSS"?nri Inr?. I'lay that grip? your attention and holda your
la taras? airerj? moment
?THE GREAT VA'Tt'M ROBBERT." a tvptr?! K.y?"?n? Comedy, with
Marrai Knd Harry Hooker, furnishes enough laughter for an ?ntlr?
? k s t nter'alririiei.t
KNICKERBOCKER THEATRE
Broadway and Tilth Street
Pally Matinee?: ?r.c ?nd Me, K??nlng?, :$r, |0r\ 78c, and |1.
Mill.I'
BILTMORE
IKIUW M?IIIVIM, Ml Ml MF..
HOTEL BILTMOKE, Dl< .<KI?. AT II.
?* HEMPEL
?*? KREISLER
-^MARTINELLI
"?a ALLAN
R-? sra?. I : Ba_M U'a'l. | S), J'l OnSna
?ir ie?'? anil hnin an
H. E. JOHNSTON. Ill ?/way. Krim* ?ano
METROPOLITAN ViVV?i
vi?m. .? v || iru, n,r, DaJaanola; Botta,
Bcotl DldUl - : f .
lint. .?? ? Baaaeea ?? DhMU. Mataeaaner;
Rothler ? ... da? lor Po
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Ihur?. ? ? llarl.rr o? ?.ralll?-. Hempel; D?
Laca ? ?bul Dama.I?l ,? i In.iur.
?? ? Coad Bavagaoll.
Irl. ?.t I l.i.lu nurin. Zaraka (debut), Ober;
I n I'r? in, v',. i 'ond Bodanik?
Bat. ? I Maaaaa Leacaat, I ? i
. ? ... ? . ni I-..-, rtkii,.,-..
Tr? At | ,0 Vie. ? IObX HA
nio'hT I elm an
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HIM KIM I BDITH M ISO*
Cond. HAI.EMAN. s I'M I M TIIOl ?K
I! VIM?MAN I'l.V.N?? I'M.I?
Mari?, ?le Hall. . ur?. Wl.. I'ri-, ,. tat ? :.<0
PADEREWSKI
?. ?.-, ..( ?i. v>1?!t fur th? I'?
' ' Tur*r. ijloala
I I.'. II '?. ? 19 h i? |M M 1 ?HiO. At '
1- n ii- - ? . I II - 'I- i
? V I BUII way rial)?.
Arcillan Hall. ?i?t. Aft.. I ??> 4. at 3
HUTCHESON
vvi-.'a ii Orrheotra of Syrphonv Society at N. Y.
WALTER DAMROSCH, conductor
MacOowrll. T?halko?a?* A Hart I ; -
CARNEGIE HALL, TO-DAY AT 3.
\ McCORMACK
IKSOrffB OS) ?-AM ST 001 i.lKiii
via' u.a-i.-r A M.s.i?.i,?v .?i.ln??v piano.)
\l.oll\> MALL TUES EVf >OT
Hr.t I ..nrrrt at Sil?. I Wa??a tf_aa 3j.
DELE NARGliLIES TRIO
?Anal? I? 11 I" Ad?:? Mari'i"?! V\u\n
f| ii.? a? i imp M M?-lii?nb?r?
A
la.,a i??'
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M SB, 10. 15. l"l. !,Sr.
V T '? Photo Play Palar*
? n?1 ItrHi A Solol.t?
171
VICTOR MOORE is
'CMIMMIE FADDEN
OUT WEST.-'
?olnla!. Vlrflnla R?'.
?m r., H??m <ir|,oH?r.
...... Edaa Bart* n_.ui?
.. KM MARiil _aiTE I I.ARKK
IHK PRINTS AMI THE PAl'I'LR'
L_
IKK. In
SYMPHONY
rletr ?f New Turk.
I.TKR I?\viKi.?i If, tondurtor.
flern?M?n at 3?AEOMAN HAM*
POWELL
Baa I .? t y of New York.
? \I.TKR liWiKii?! If, tondurtor.
Thia WiiTimnn at 3?AEOMAN HAM*
JOHN
Riinp' OBI I? P. da?, CHAI SSO
lian.. Canawta l> aataor. ma? OOtrELU
i/?aaaaa ?J'i MasHa, BBUNEAC.
MAT M V APT. NUI. ?B. AT 3.
?oloM
III.I1
i I ir : appearance of th? ?easom
Piafa a? Il i ?'* ? AEOLIAN HALL.
CULP
.??rani'?) of th? i-e.si
AEOLlAk
PHILHARMONIC
?OC1ETT OF KKW York.
JOSBF STHANSKT, CONDUCTOR
Neu a-riday Aft., at 2:30, Carn?ale 11.11,
PERCY GRAINGER
M HI MANN. .Symphony Me I; RHHARD
MRU??, Ton? I'oern "Don Juan". DP,
LILS, Concerto f?.r Piano antf Orcbeatra
?fl'-i pcrforaaaae? in America); DAHt.o
MISZKI.Or? b? s irai Fantasy "Ceeateheoae '
Seal ?un.?.i< After.oon, Not. '.'8, .1 3,
MELA > IE KURT
Ti?-k?t? a! BOS <1nVe. Carnefl?. Hall.
Cirocfi? Hall. Sal. AM., Dec. 11, ?I 2:30
VluLIN III? ITAJ. MIS! HA
ELMAN
sFAT?? ON BALI mUtfSORM
Hi lll.AI. 1 WEST ?Til HT
MTKINWAV MAN?! I ?IT).
IN AID
OF
JEWISH
WAR
(SUFFER
ERS
Aeolian Hall. ?>d. Aft.. Not. 54. at S.
&. COPELAND
Via? l/inlon iha/llori __M?on_A Hamiln riano.
ABOLLAN HALL, Tu?. B??-. Neir, an. Ill
FLONZALEY
* Q.j.rtot
:.0e in Si. Mana|?m?nt I/Ou?1->n ' nerltaa
Ban?]*?-, ?ravi a? P??a-?t. I?*? ''? ? v.
WASHINGTON SQ. PLAYERS i,",;'
ALL COaiOT ?ILL IVIST BIOST.
NEW YORK'S LEADING THEATRES AND SUCCESSES
GAIETY
i i ?? . .- >.
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Ma? ?'.?-; Tflan A >??
3 MATINEES ; ?- ,_ ,,:/^ ^
THIS WEEK r?v..?-- 8UU ?a ???.-:?
P0SI1IVELY LAST WEEK
couan a harms ratcsairT
The Best
Comedy of
the Season
YOUNG
AMERICA
You'll
B? Sorry
it You
MU? It
?TARriNi,
MON. EVE.
OUTER ?.'"II"?' " praa
A N.? Bornant! Far e, K:
? -/IN THURS.
?, ' ' [-,.?'?,-.
SADIE LOVE
by SVfln r-ir??'"!
MARJORIE RAMBEAU
? 1 I? I |i .41. <|i.H"?' " ' .4-41
LONGACRE ! t ! "
3 MATINEES ' " '
ti7k arrar ' ?>???
LEO
IN Ml? COMtOY SUCCES?1
THE6RE?T10VTR
HARRIS
??t?T
4:d
STRELT
EXTRA MATINEE
THANKSGIVING OAT
4TH MONTH OF
POPULARITY
iw iTh.ak ISLWTN
A Great Comedy
Cast?In a Great
Laugh Success.
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HUDSON
?AKsr
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-rrasart.
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FXTRA MATINEE
THANKSGIVING OAY.
THE VICTOR OF
ALL WAR PLAYS
t', f 15 ?I
COHAN'S ;^un '?
BACK HOME
ii- f.4? ?in. ?Mill
NOT Prti GERMAN,
MOT NEUTRAL
? . ? ' ?' ha, ?'">1
Haar "The Wearing
of the Green" in
Cnineee in Chin-Chin
-at The Globe.
I ?. IT.A MATIMI, riMNKstiHIM, PAY.
I ?RI7DTV 42D St.? West
LIOEjK 1 I of B way
i.. r. ...... j ii. f:
Other Matine?! .?le, 10? and II
Fetrewell to New York after
the longest run in the his?
tory of the American stage
NOW PLAYING
TWICE DAILY
Incl. Sundays
NIGHTS AT 8.15
MATINEES AT 2.15
ENGAGEMENT ^**?WkWn*WmW^ TERMINATES
POSITIVELY ,., , wnum , , SAT., NOV. 27
I i ??sgraBvil .?i??-ta4-i? '
On this date "The Birth of a Nation" will have played 725 consecu?
tive performanceg in New York, exceeding the longegt previous
run by 55 timeg.
SEATS NOW SELLING FOR ALL REMAINING PERFORMANCES.
**\v?mm*imm.?.mi mu.i iiii ??????? ?!
Or M.1I CB Theatre. W. 4; St. nrB
tifcn?II?til .-i,., Brrani '.??? 1.11
3 MATINEES ?? ' *??*
THIS WEEK r!fgi,.a? Ma'.ll.ee >
3d SUCCESSFUL MONTH
COB.ua ' HARRIS PRESENT
AT8-30&TO-MORROVVV3
WEST POINT sub
YELLOWSTONE
BEAUTIFUL COLOKED
PHOTO-SCENES
4>K 01 K > \TI4IV?? ?|4?ST
i ni un? i I. "BBAI 11 M'oT"
MOT.ON PICTURES
SHOW I NO OETSEttS IN ERUPTION,
THK PAINT POTS IN ACTION
THE TELLOW8TONE KAl.l.s .?
DAILY LIFE ?na MANEUVRES
at WEST POINT
Re.ert.il ?est? SOr. t.. ?I 'fi.
act/id rrrsATsa 4 at ?v b ?a?
t\J I KJt\ T.i >7 FtR.ANT Kr. ? 2'?
3 MATINEES [/?:?,?- ? ???" ? "S .ES
-rut? turrar ffV l?v Mat Tinrs - H> k^'g i
IHl3 WltA nrg'ilar M.'ll... Sal | H
Od LAUGHING MONTH
O tnllsN A BABBIS PBC8BNT
"?f COHAN'S ???Ia-i FARCE
HITTHETRAI
MB
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BELASCO
W?al 41 St E???
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rum a su . 1 :i
I "I defy an-body to tee 't??
, Booaierani' without liltini it."
Nota ?? Hap? -?I I . H?r,?-r ? ??-.?I?
DAVID BELASCO preeentg
LAST DAY-PARK ;
Europe'sFightingForces
IN NATURAL COLOR MOTION PICTURES.
10. ?Mi lie 1! "'? Mu K T11 i:
NEW AMSTERDAM
3 MATINEES THIS WEEK
Rt'ill.AU (I I !??' ?ill A ?AT . 1"
?PEC'L MOLIOAY MAT. THURSDAY.
?HAT?? in mi \n?
??ithu'AM TBEATBS
i-hu'M: in r h M 4T
1 ? l KY rKKFtlRU IN. ?
THAT s Till: ??h..:.! BTUB1
DELIGHT! I? 1 i >' r 1 I
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in.; ai>? inn?- wk.n r
AI.I I INK? |\ l''l|- I Nl-I.l.-.-: . -I 4IN
Of I'i II!-'? 1 l"\ ??HI? ? ?I.4.-.KS
KLAW & ERLANGERS
PEERLESS PRODUCTION
1702
1702
1702
?I ? ?I ! ! ' 1 ?\
Ml Mi Si IIMI?(.?N i ,M K
The Most-Talked of.
Most M ?del) I'raised.
Musical Show in Town!
SEE FOR YOURSELF
what ALL the oewipa
pert have glorified!
AFTIR THE "LAV VISIT THl
DANSE DE FOLLIES ; .....;N ;,,.
? ?II I TINi, II. 41 I. .-I "TH W "Hl u
ZIEGFELD.S FROLIC
74 Moat Beautiful Girl? In th? W?rU
ELTINGE
s I ?I?-. H.I A
FUN FORECAST:
B, AYF.R. II<i|-\M"i|'
Hits the High
Spot of Hilarity.
4 ?><!'?? MATINEF
IH 4?. K si,1 vis,, OAY
EMPIRE. B'??> A 4? Ht ?!?'< ?? ' IV 1? ??'
JO? N DREW -THFIH.IF
LYCEUM. ?? 4-" .?? ?I. 1 . \ Sal
ETHEL BARRYMORE ??&.
wmsas?
iLMl?'ne7 ?S - '" ??i
Tbi? Week Regular MgUaaa Sal
A II ??11?l|.S I ItI M \ I
DRAMATIC
SENSATION
OF THE
YEAR.
Wits
JOHN
MASON
JANE COWL
,-.l, ? BBIIXIAN1
?1? ,ri?er dramatl
, -. ? - any ?'
? Nation.' " '. ? '
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BM M A H ??>?. v?iN? ES lui ? " ?
|. ; M NOV. ?. vi a I IM K DAIM
i!iA\K??;i\i'.?. n.-iivy.
10-Ktlth Saeclaltl??-10
J Red Heads Florence
Jas. B! Carson Roberts&Co
VI V*
IRVENEH
V?U>TllAl.I.
>.'.:;',, HARVARD-YALE?r,
tony HUNTING & FRANCIScoRiNNE
MARIE EITZUBBONS BANC.IOir 4 BLUS
KIE McCannrll A Sir-P on E.-r-al a ?'"'?/???
Llahtnif A AluanaVr. Vrra Sabina. Other?.
iM|?.?i A - a. ? ?.s? l m - i I 15
'" 'n-- M ? mOV 12. RATINKE I?Ain
?ORA BAYES
V[. -? 1 ?-.-" ft' ? "?
'CRANBERRIES" ;
WHiTFIELD ? IRELAND-OTA GYGI
W. _a Two Sic Concert! To-d??/
Bob Manchester's Burlesquers
_. MOLLIE WILLIAMS
Ta? Kind of Show That Invariably
Paclaa the Cclumhia to the Doer?'.
Further Deacription U.neteiaary !
'?' J
. IT
Mill .si.
POPULAR CONCERT TONIGHT
? HI!. ARTISTIC <?T\HS. an?l
Ml.? Colette, Mil* Anlr.? la.!,., M ..
Kea'rl-? H III ? M a,, .[,
Rase Mile OarrV h et Ml vf ,,.,
SIllL.r.. .|. M mboifel ! , ' ' v
Roba ? Regal?* other.
_.MC" . _"M' _ni'' ''' '? ?WfMsea. ??I ?f
V>eek. FaUM feata ' ?atU, _ini_n ?raua.
The Par?s
Fashion F?te
T'.e Fir-t Officia! Exhibition of T?
S\ii?li?;it ale U (..raiivle Couture
rr:aii,:?ue.
Betty's Trousseau
A Comediette ol Faahiea, ?a Twe Acts
By ROGER BOUTET DE MONVEL
Inclii-lin? Miss Ignore Harris, Mia?
Lealee Ratter? Mina Anna l-.atnoml,
Mi-s H?, m Mortimer?Produce?! by
Iflioa Uon.tli) Donnelly.
v-.r.ag ?h? taaaa ?>i ?>.? $mt, ?her? ?Hint?
i ia . calatea?, ai or? > mttmi rn-.-.f'.r
r-, M kta tarn be) - ?--- i aa ?orAm
er,_, <J?M?ued an.! ?.m-.edlof 'hi.ci.i_uoo by
CALLOT JENNY POIRET
CHERUIT LANVIN PREMET
DOUCET PAQU1N WORTH
BIANCHINI, FER1ER RODIER
Ia the Ballroom of RITZlAKLTON HOTEL
B??ionin- Monday Afteraeeo, Nee. 22
Conrludint Saturday Ereaiag, Not. 27
?*io ptrlormanctt Wednttde,, No*. 24
Afternoon? it 2:JO. Ereaisfs at 9
T; kcta ;at $1.00 for eaa-h perf.->rm
ai? e BBSS t>e ohtaineil at VOGI B,
Ati Kmirth Av.'nue. or at the Ritx
Cirlton Hotel
"LM?ORF?
.TONIGHT
AT S.30.
A . T" vinTtunVV ?MUX.) Ma?. 2 4.1
( IRSEGIr* II \l I . 57th St.
SWITZERLAND
in SUMMER & WINTER
-SEE-?
THE K\riTIM. REAL WIN
TER x|iiKT> \T ?T. MORir/,
?THE THRU I IN?, IM IAT
III I III. VIATHRHORN. etr.
L-______
| |?KI( TM SSe. '.jr. ?i.oo, ano.
FR YEAR OF THE WAR'
CARNEGIE HALL
Tue?. Eve., Nov. 23, at 8:15
FREDERICK
PALMER
A : ! i???, |aK4_SB ?etteeOSmmOt
i-..- . Atwo, ?m ?saaS
asa rtm a ai tha Kniiati
a?. I TttOtm '<' Ott an.I ?itli th?
Ir!?t ??..! ?let i.ee.1 at it
? .i memesmO .-? Mil Tjstome
at I a,v. tiK.alus. aa ?uppllol by
i - I :... ??. O*, ral ???a?'
grata : . ' ?? " "" A I! ;?>. a'. IVm Of"!???
WLoLKd TODAY-' ?cJ
WOMEN ONLV "IN ONtY
2 m inf. m. at un T. m.
TWILIGHT'
SLEEP *?__ '
f_I I TI 44J?rt P of Broad??/
L_J LMJJ v."- ' ' **AT ?=0<tol ?
t//a; i"/'?! .??/?;
Special Matinee, Thursday, Thanksgiving Oay
| "A Pungent Atmosphere of
',W Holiday, Hemmet ? I un."
JOHN CQRT
mm
AT
8-.3?
SELECTIONS BV MR. HERBERT
ANO OTHER CELEBRATED COMPOSERS.
in Fall Strlrt at Sunday Night Concart?.
PRICES: 50c, 75c, $1.00 & $1.50
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THF?TPE
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MtWHSSi
Otteet '.?? m Ita S non Rot at S ; ?? '
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TO-DAY?2 BIG VAUDEVILLE CONCERTS
MMMm
Friots
A TVir. . ??- A '??:
TOMORROW NIGHT
MESSRS. SHUBERT Pr'
\MM
"THE
BUBBLE"
in
LOEWS DAAC BERNARD!,
Ot- ?r Larralne A
AMERICAN
A' p Am?r1 a- T.ea'r*.
a.; ? A MS A? MfATtV
Zeery Ere. at 8:15. comfortable
All Seats Reser\ed, 25?35-50c
ilRDOKIAN.
MAJESTIC
I Startli / vi
Special Thanksgiyinfr Matinee
llanry VV *? ?... Offer?
Tie In. ntnrarar>> Mualeal Triumph.
SARI
With Mix? Hajos
and Entire Original Cast.
THIS KAHHI..S- ?HOW M I'iU.vir
rA?HU ? HI AI TV ' linitl ?
SI I'KRP SI'K'tAl. i.Ri'HMTKA
Etenlne? Thur? ami 8-ai via?? .'??? i. II
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LAST 2
HHiv,? :??? ' Il MJf
IIATINCKS " "
TWICE TO-DAY
(SUNDAY) and
EVERYDAY
2:30 and 8:30.
WEEKS
nu ?.iirAi
I HKTU
KPI ? I ?I I.r
J. STUART BLACKTON an?
ALBERT E. SMITH ar???nt
BJISta? ' I STUART BLACKTON.
Ria?-.| . , HI I'-'.v UAXUrS
l.l'i k sal II Kfl IMI IK v
CHARLES RICHMAN.
:?. hool " ' '? ?
Batai a al n ?'?le?? i
Rnllr? i?rrh Kntlr? B.I?
1 CALL TO ARMS AGAINST WA?"
ne? ??M *. >'.
KEITHS UI\rnLUlTlD.iIT
E ORPHEUMr*"'
Tila l-HlKFi'T I'l.AVf.' II '
CONCERT? TOOAY. ! J. * '5.
?Aerk M4.-I:? M???? '?? s ' -- y">' OtSt.
I AK?VVI.1.I, A-SSII A' T?.l K
MRS. LANGTRY
(LaaS i? i-.,
p.* ? ? ???? i / i ? i?ni ? '
H
ERNEST R. BALL
WHITING & BURT
B ? i J
THE NEW PRODUCER"
HOEY & LEE ARNAUT BROS.
K-rvllla Wfbtr. Ocian Mr. a. Mr?.
Family. 4 Frurr. Cardan v*lt?t.
MUNIAUK - _ ?
? IIAKJ.I-.S UtohJIAV I'lIKaKNT?
WILLIAM SHERLOCK
GILLETTE ??? "!
SECRET
_SERVICE
: Wf.KkS ?.M.T COM M"N I I
3. W.'GRIFFITH'S .iV.'rV",'!"
THEBIRTHTNATiOIV
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