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SEEN AT STRAND -Heir to the Hoorah" ls Week's Film Feature at Broadway ?The iflal of Kura San" Ifl at the oaaai Thi-attfl thia week. ffaaaaa SataUwa did not believe Kura San Ii a ?-,u!: h<> did n0t bclicvp' rlt ' : L* Aaaa WillanaAb* had aaa. The SUea d.?aereed vtft him in the '??. instance. and asrreed with him ( ' j, rartially in the case of thii j Vtnd !a iv who t*u*'ht bim the crTor ! Ty, waTa. If Anne Willoug-hby had j ' aoul it ?*'?*? r'ot a **ou' **bove cream L?j8 and rnarabrnaliowa. At least that ^old be the inference of the lav j .?<*. There was a rotundity and , rtiehtir.ess about Anne which made ? feel ei rtaia of her abilitv to take ,-? of hflPBfllf. even when she ao ( ?aatlrr1" walked lr.to the trap pre IjiA fat h?I bl SflBflBfl Ilav/ikawa. who ' j, the "cre-en was Tovo. She proved , rnatch. too, for or.e of that rac* those prowe?s in i:u jitaa ia so well i30*r*fi. The wily Japar.eae lived to ask her jurdon and forffive the man who ht\d .:?:?n poor little Kura San's aoul from tn. T?uru Aoki. as Kura San. waa irlichtfjl. ?"?.'. should have 6hnred the ittllar hc: nrs. She seemed to have ?it worst of it all around. After her Jmar.e'e loTflr. Tovo, leaves hrr to co ?8 America ar.d inherit the fortune of 118 nnr'.e. a Japanese art dealer. her V.b*r dfl< **?? Kura San into thinkin**: *cto Bflfl dccrtcd her. In deiperfltioa ahe turns to an Amer jdn artiat. Hcrbert Graham. and when v( dejfrta hrr she decidcs to kill her ftlf bv the ancient custom. Tovo ar ..??? lfl Janan just in time to hear %m hrr lips the name of her brtraver. nd then nr.d there he swears ven His rlan Is to treat r.raham'a fiancee u the artist haa trented Kuni San. Toyo ?atkone! without his host, or rather ... "or Myrtle Stedman. who Anne Willouehby. proved a f*ood ?tch for him in a boxiii* bout. and i?r lovr ippean in timfl to savo her. ?The Soul of Kura San" is vrll east pdb*:, ?ed. If UtflTfl iiibbj ^pjf ? find with it it is thut Kura >_ a-t.5 not flreaajaa. ?"The Heir to the Hoorah" is the feat e Broadway. Thomas Mcse-han i-i Ai ta King are the pareati of the .. ri with the fact -a* ttle Marcaret hn<! exCflllent taste l parents. jv,e ?? amusirf* and there i n ill ninmcr' ifl the rWfl reels. p4B_pl I lytha Chapman. as Mrs. Kent, ' rNfltacted, hi.d th<*n perhapa taflra ara prople |ust at diBa?*reeabh a= theehflr . had No on" eould be expected ? a re'eice when two men came to din- ' irinf flannel Bhirtfl under their ? her drank their coffee flflt of the saucr and to!d risque store* al thfl tab>. The two nvn wbfl . ?-d were Hud and Bill. ' ?.ce Carnenter and - <>,*%. Both were de'Tgh'ful. -rer.e was the meetmg of ?n on the return '?ioneymo?n and the old Joe and Ger owner of a ? hich the boys ha*/e ffiven a- their devot.on. The c-ir : flap-. and aftar'-" happy eouplfl have been lifted new home ? and all of the citi A v reaeh the new home the ?-?, ? ? ? . ? - n dia Bir. Probflblj* if Mrs. Kent had had it thfl ,*? and Lfldy Chud lejfh -, ' I ?>'.'? r"*or*T.i7.er! tha ;?l> r^1*- Tr'** Knjrliah arifltocracy e\ *>Kts f ?' Ameri ar.. .--., i . ve areit of ?>?* i.ivcr. Tf ; wel. It s a fine art to cut hun tiTech of thousands of suits tofit mrn of all builds. It involvcs grading the regular sizes into "shorts, "longs." "stouts," "short ?touts" and so on. It means designin^ a doren or more models in all of these sizes so as to take care of diffrrent types and wapes. Only a highly skilled or? ganization can do it. Our experience as manu ??cturers has taught us how. Being our own manufact ?tfera, we* have been able to ****P tr;ifk of mistaket and Pply the * orre< tive. Everything men and \xjy? **Jar. laXaZU PEET ('OMPANV ????tJwiy Broi'Jwa** ??UthSt "Ihe itMthSt ?Wadwa*, C-vrnera" Fifth Ava r*?'rer. at4JitS ^^^ asaBHafl- ai.st, IlliHarl * e "aa TablS Mfra n.ye.11 ?' iten lii'je 90 latvu aajssafl C33 under the circumstances, however, and t araa nothflr-ia*laar who made all the troablfl. She received her just deserta and was flhi] Bfld out of Hoorah Citj flfl th* 1:03 local. wailfl Bad and Bill aad (?4-raldine nnd Jofl and the baby lived happy 4-ver ufter. "The Microscope Mystery" ia ex pluinid at the Rialto thia week. and llilda, thfl Daytona' hired girl, does the explaining. W-.H'red Lucas is Dr. Arnold, ao old fashioned that ho wears a nightshirt und tclls his patients they have noth? ing wrong with them. That is where lie makes a fatal mistake. Ira Dayton fancic-d hfl had everything' from housemaids' knee to infantile paralraifl, and when Doc Arnold told him he would probably live to be a hundred he was so angry hr refuscd to allow Doc to marry Constance Tal* madge. who in the play was Jessic, hi* daughter. Ira sets about flnding a doctor who has brains enough to recognize the flfl riousness of his various complaints,, aad it does not take Horutio Bflll long i to land him. Horatio is not prudent, however. and i when he forces Ira to sign a check for j $10,000 and makes love to Ira's hired 1 K.rl he defeats his own ends. Jud. Bl kalf-witted man, who works for tho. Davtons, also is in love with Hildfl. When he finds Dr. Bell has trifled with I the nlfections of Hildfl he shoota him. Jessie is accused of the crime, and this Ifl where the microscope comes in, for Doc Arnold discovers germs of tu bcrculosis on the pistol. and so traces the ahootinf to ,Iud. Monte Blue, afll Jud. i* excellent: at lenst, he makes al most disagreeublc character real; but i the scene in court is distressing, and ; ivery one was glnd when Bud confessed and was led uway. "Love and Hate," at the Academy this week, sets itself tho task of con verting those addicted to divorce. Ju>! how matters would have been bettered in the Sterling household hnd there' been no divorco is not made plain. but | Rt any rate it was difficult to conceive of any om's wanting a divorce from Bertha Kalich. She is much too beauti fal and graceful and well groomcd for a man lightly to relinquish so much pulchri^udi. And. then, Robert Sterling had no right to the child anyway. He was a I auapiciOQI husband, nnd while most of the spcctators were glad when ho put Stuart Holmes's eye out, it did seem as though he might have consid ered that expiation and let. it go at that. No, indeed! Not Robert. He dragged them into court. and there Stuart Holmes made himself still more , unpopular by swearing on the witness Btaaa that the defendant had made all thfl advanccs to him. That was when thfl court gave Robert the custody flf the child. I Stuart Holmes is still not satisficd, and he steals little Myrtle and refuses to return the child until Helen has promit-ed to be his. Helen promisen, but every one knows ahe is not going to keep her promise. Stuart was dis ngreeahle enough with two eyes, but with only one he is quite repel'.ant.and ,t la ? satisfactory ending when Helen shoots him and he dies in agony and ? an embroidered dressing gown. I The Lee children. Jane and Kath erine, have only a little to do. but they make the most of that. Madeleinc Le Nard is satisfactorily disagreeable as Rita Lawson and wears some fetching gowns. Mme. Kalich is ponvincing in the part of Helen Sterling without once rcsort ing to the wild ravings w.th which emotional actresses too often seek to impart to the world the fact that they are suffering. H. U. BOOK AND PLAY ARE MILES AWAY Pendennis Is Slighted in Favor of the Major b> iitwood broi'n If Langdon Mitchell has stumbled it is because he has travcllcd a difficult rond. The tnsk of making a play of "Pendennis" would be enough in itself, bai Mr. Mitchell was rcquired to do something more. He was asked not only to translate a novel into a play, but to shift the emphasis. We obscrve that one reviewer was delighted to fco once again tho famil.ar characters of Thackeray's "Major Pen? dennis." The playwright was not so successful in fooling cverybody else. Some remembered that the novrl was about Arthur, as well as being r.amed for him, r.r.d were not a little abashed to find that ho had been made a mere fflader for his uncle. It is a li'tle bit as if a playwright were rcquired to BC Tiflfl a drama from "I'ncle Tora'i Cabin ' with Bimon Lflfrafl as the central figur** The major iraa no god from the ma? ehine in the novel. Ho had influence over the life of Arthur, to be sure, but, just the same, the book remains Arthur's book. One or two reviewers have classed Thackeray among the undramatic nov ?lifltfl merely because Langdon Mitrhe'l has rot done quite as well with ' Pen dernis" as he might. This content'.on ?rill not hold. "Vanity Fair" has been cffi rtively dramatized severul times. Wfl are under the imprflflflioa that "Henry Ksmond" lfl jrfll to be manipulated into theatrical form, but we can think of no BCflBfl in any novel with qui'e BBflh ob vious dramatic possibilities as the one where Ksniond and Frank Castlewo.d renojnee their allegiance to the Che\ alier. Nor do we forget, the meeting of Major Pendennis and Costigan. ai >d there is also a tingle of the theatre M the death of Colonel Ncwcome. There - drama enough in a single novel nf Thackerny'a to match every theatrically effective episode now being shown in New York. And there would be some ieft over, too, for Philadelphia nnd Chicago. Most people who see "Come Out ofj the Kitchen" nre de'.ighted with the Irish brogue which Ruth Chatterton lfl called upon to a.-sume by the rxigoncies of the plot. Mayhe they are right. but somehow or other the accent ot the actress brought to 0?r mind Georgei Munroe and Jcremiah O'Lcary. Marjorie Rambeau plays by ear. She has no Fet notion of the rnanner in which she will play the heroine of, "Cheating Cheatara" on any particular right. lt is her iden that she can t dfl her best witlumt the cooperation of the audiencc, and as audiences change from mght lo night so must she. Miss Rambeau nngles for an i.udi ence. Cnminilv. we don't believe her thf mo?t ^portsmanlike of fishcrwomen, for ?he never fai'.s to land her catch. First seen here in ft farce and now in a fari-o-mclodrama, the fHct remains that Miss Rambeau is most at home in Shipping Information and Marine News of the World MIMATIRE AI.MAVAC itn a? ?: Btates ' aa* an.i ce-vi-'ic- flejreaj > Baa rl?e* ? " ? "'*'*?' M **\ srta la. ai ' HH.II V.AT1.R. A M. li- . Sata . INCOMINf. STEAMERS TO-DAt. __. T??*'l ' M*?. ?ar I I. ? .. Ilarr M> an* . . J ' i'dlff .J*** ?* arre. M-ti. ?? Man . . .2 ] . .... ? H*?ana . . . ? CJ 'a-r-a'-.a : ? .*>*; -} ' n? a- 11 < ? ;- i liagen . ila ' - N?t ? . A A Ilar- I. -"lara . I'rtne* Santna ' ' ?a-.-l-a !i*?aja. ' l ?> ti I ( . IS HsfSDI ih " UUiNErUlAY. NOVI.MIIF.B 1. ' BflB-fltfl Maru -l/ondon ... <v' JJ ,'"'" il, I ?amaha . " l J I fstsfls Btngrlrn ??** -' Till RKDAY. .VOVKMBF.H 2 I'," ? '. - ?-<.! .0'1.;'"' I. lerpool ""l -B "-< ? Ne* l",t . " ' !, : i . :... de J-. ? "? 0 I I nui'AY. novemukb ? ' Taiwirlrler BtflTB .fc! 1! I Madoj.na l;.K?lraiii . '' .x? ! a?B faiar.nah.Ot _i PAT-I tU'AY. 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Not only has she bi fla praised for what sho has done,1 but aeveral reviewers have already aet, themselves on record as being enthuai- ! ? tic about what she ia going to do. Anybody who doubts the potential , power flf thifl young actress in depict-j ing the deeper emotions has only to re peat to her Walter Kingley's couplet in which he <leseribed her Bfl! "Standing with reluctant feet Where Harrymore nnd Adarns meet." Mi?s Rambeau knows that her voice BBd her mar.nerisms are home grown because she had employed both for, many seasons before she ever saw either of the stars whom she is said to resemble. "Major Pendennis" deserves produc? tion if for no other reason than the fact that it leaves no ground for the stupid but persi?tent belief that John Liew Blarajra tett himself. There has been some little disposi tiotl to speak of "Come Out of the K tchen" in the same breath with "I'oI'lvanna," "Daddy Long-I.egs" and "The (inderella Man." This is not fair to the play at the Cohan Theatre. Borai of its sentiment is wofully sud dflfl and now and again one can't help feflliag that it isn't abaolutely neces .-ary. but there is nothing sugury about it. It is fast and deft sentiment. \nu msv question the reasons for which Ruth Chatterton weeps a bit, now and again, but she and Mr. Thomas have eonspirfld ao adroitly for these mo-; BlflBtl that you can't possibly get mad j about them. -s-? AS STATE GOES DRY HE KILLS HIMSELF Norfolk, Va.. Oct 29.?W. H. Soter, a local liquor dealer, shot and killed himself to-day at Ocean View. De spondency because the state will go dry on Tuesday is given as the cause. Virgiaia will enter the ranks of rro hibitiofl states at midnight Tuesday, *we!ling the total to eighteen. For all prnctical purposes, however, the state arill bfl dry before to-morrow night, flfl no liquor can be shipped after Tues? day and carriers have sorved not:. that none will be received for shipment after to-morrow. -? -- THE WIATHER REPORT Official Records and Forecasts for Next Twenty-four Houra W*?hlnrtr,*i. Oi-L Jf. ? The Alaala'i dn'iirnflnre noted Patunlay r'.igh*. I< nnw central r.?rr Ki Alherta, willi rarldly faillnfl preaanre ln Ihfl ea.t wanl and a<utl iflfltflWd, There we.-e. r.o r?l' ? 8 alra'.n- fll lh? AM flfl 88MS, li'it t!ie\ c.i.'li.'ird I'. wa.ii: ri"ii Bflfl aataatat lat* OatflflB a i iiinflaa '??ni Callfon.la. TI.e BafldflTfltS 1' trrl. r .f Sattir.tar nljht is raaBtlf ??P ar* it ii.. kflflfl atifl.? - ..'. Valley ai..l t!..- upper laa? rtfllon ai, ? ? a lalna trulta i ' a aouih \ -??.-? . . ? i i. . ? ? ' | blflt rreaaur. Ofei Um rsa . ralr i. p i ran .uibom Ihfl cmin'r. ^t - ati a> i tha 4' . - Raii ,? Mm lay aml ?Ity ln . - alio rrfl I KUflWIM IS 888) "f '. I " Uif.r Ib8 wratbsr will i- fair Mooday aad ?' . 1 aill bfl antr.ei.hal mnW Monday in 'he '.im.r i , \ , |;,-- iks ? i ?' ? owas* laka ... in Um asafl HMsrr i?Ke ?41. < ar.d Sea Ent ll arlll hfl ?."..- Tuesday In ilia lowr ,. \a::c>. Il.e. BPpflf Iflflfl ar.d anl lower lake I Wlnd. far Msnday and Tueaday V"-' itlantl* la wu fla, "ith fair aa flpiiliilfl ...' fair walher. BflflUl At'a/dl.-. ni'-lera'e 1" Bflflfl r-sat wlr.da. with aI>o'..rr.. <v." 0 rl da, ?Uh f.ir ?"??/'-: **jal i. -lerate ea?l to asartha?l wti.rl.. with ppsr Ii ? -!?-?'" .?rU' 8 *rtn?a*, . MT<lV probsblr ral'i Tv rer lai ?eal to ? ? Foreraata far Spselal Loealltl?a.-r.a.tem New ., . r ? | ? ? atflfl peabflMy ? Iielaware Nflfl MflBBt, I.?ven*. renn.il.anla, Pta ll ?-d M.r'ia- ?! f'.lr la day and ' . ...,.:.- ..tr to-day ar.d ,. mla i'alr aid aomewhat rroter " * f,,t . . , j em Ni-s Enalanfl- Ta".)- ?ly to aay ,.. . -?m.-whal "?? <"0,>>* a,-.- a:. I al BtflM ? ?? * (*lr' Lflflfll Official Bea-ord-*4_M flBBfl flflelfla record f?,m um Waatam amoaa taarn Iflfl flfeaaa ? Iflsrasrsttats for I ? ' ' . i .: i ? B4 ??...... ' ., Bafbafll Iflfl ??eratiire Tf.terday. Wl rkaree. IH 1 ?' ? n. i 1?e.L M (al ' 8. m >; ii-rrafle. H; a.er \aaiir' ' "? '"r '???V:1??fur BbToTm iU i4iiny-t-S4 taara, -o. Humldlty. . . a, . Illlpn.. Bflll P ?. ?' Barorrelfr Readlat. ' ? a n ...88 4511 tx_m_. *? 3* I 8 * aa...MM i~.i Faeeeaat-rar-ly rjoadj tndar: fo-Tne-rnw n- . v I ^ 1 ? ?8Swh8l ? "r. im, Irr.te 8S4_. . - , , t.,-,4 la to m.-row. ?TTl^HilllilJ ? lQ?*mi G?J*tlAli TBAJrWIITlvvv fl J| Erpruaa Pofctal Service bbbs-I NEW YORK?BORDEAUX-PARIS ?& S. CHICAGO Saturday, Nov. A, 3 P. M. ESPAGNE Modern Exprais. Suites with baths Saturday, Nov. 11, 3 P. M. + LA TOURAINE.Sat., Nov. 18, 3 P. M. ?ROCHAMBEAU .Sat.. Nov. 25. 3 P. M. ?One rlaas rablo. fWUot and eerond rahln*. 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TO BOSTON METROPOUTAH LlNt a I ong Istiind rMiu inril, ll.n and the Route vla long Istiind fMiund, B*a BBBI CAPE GOD CANAL Ruperti H'eamahlm MA?VA-IIfKrrT'4 anfl Kl i.ni llll.l. 1>?* r\rr l? .Nortl. K.?er. ? ? ? m aj w Si i I rk. ???> ''*>*? ajMB ? if. ra. Des avaataa * ?? A M. -Tlie priu.ic Br. PtaaBBBBaaV BOSTON $2.95 PROVIDENCE !:**.', $1.90 COLONIAL LINE Al.. OtTBlllP. HTATBH4IONSI. 81 ?? ?* ^S^'V'^i^^'w^H-sfj^ ?Phi.na. Burlne?B4fll. Ta th* la?l*r* *e*r* PIIBA Nr*. ' ? ...r -l.rtnl.Mt, NEWS OF PLAYS AND PLAYERS "Mile-a-Minute Kendall' Coming?Efficiency in the Drama Oliver Morosco, instead of devoting| the day tfl putting up another theatre, announeed yesterday that Owen Davis's play, "Mile-a-Minute Kendall," will j open in New York on November IM. Thfl theatre has already been contract ed for. but deference to the house's present attraction compela a period of seerecy. In the title role arill be Donald Gallaher, late of "The Silent Witness," which is coming back to New York in October. Among others in the com aaa*/ will he Era Le ("allienne, Burr: Mclntosh, Helen Lowell, John Flood, ; Heatrice Noyes, William Sampson and Alma Belwin. At the conclusion of this announce-' ment Mr. Morosco found time to re-? mark that Kmily Stevens and "The Un ehafltflBfld Woman" are soon to be seen la I.ondon. and that the road is to be regaled with a second company of "So Long Letty." Efficiency invaded the drama at a lat* hour last night, when the Shuberts announeed a plan to Mdfl*Cr*Bflfl the use Iflflfl and anneces :ary (XpflBflfll con- 1 nected with producing musical com edies." Iri'tead of eliminating chorus ; men, however, the Shuberts will mnin taifl a private musical stock company,! which will try out all musical pieces | with a view to determining* their i ments. The plan ha* already been used in the case of "Lieutenant Gus." which was put on for a private per formance by "The C'irl from Brazil" company. _ "Le Poilu" close I at the Garrick on Saturday, and the opening of "Cathe-^ erine" has been advanced to Novem? ber 6. _ j The Century Theatre announces the engagement of the Blue and Whute Marimba BanJ, which if-, the 804th of the series. The Green Room Club will give a series of Sunday evening performances of one-act plays during the season, and annour.ces that it is now in the market for material. _ "Under Sentence." at the Harris, has been rrquippad with a reversible finish, an entirely new last act having been installed last week. The authors, Ifaaars. Cobb and Megrue, are now in the habit of attending the play to see how it turns out. G. S. K. -? HOSPITJ-il CORNERSTONE LAID Many Attend Ceremony at Kosher In stitution The cornerstor.e of the Bikur Cholim BoapitaJa Bamnar aad tasfajfetta ava nuoH, Brooklra, ihe first difltin***ti*?*ely Ko-hor hoafltal to be estab!:-htd in this city, was laid yesterdav afternoon by Heyman Zaalaarsky, who bid S-".*> in the'nuction for the privle^e. The money arill go to the fund of 175,000 needed to carry out the plans for the two wings which will be added to the , present building. Several thousand members and frienih' of thfl 1-ospital assoeiation , marched to the BOBB8 ot tlie eeUbia tmn. For the laat si* yeara tha h<> pital has maintained a diapenaary at m Cook Street, Brooklyn, whara it has cared for 200,000 patieat*. .? i a *, Broadway and 66th Sl. New York City Hallowe'en Festivities TUESDAY, OCT. 31, 1916 Soli's MARIMBA BAND TYSON and BROTHER Theatre and Opera Tickets FORMERLY HOTEL MANHATTAN ANNOUNCE THE OPENING OF THEIR NEW OFFICE No. 1 WEST 42 D STREET TELEPHONE MURRAY HILL 7474 14th Street, near Fourth Areiiae. FASHION SHOW carnaval'des modes BENEFIT INFANTILT* r.\RALT3IS VH'TIMS. Ritz-Carlton Hotel TONIGHT AT 8:30 TrE<*. AFT., ?:??>. F.VF.. 1:30. Ansplrra IVomm'i Am. Supply l.engue. J. M. Gidding & Ofl. TICKETS. $2.50 ?ssssjs* CENTURY 1I1FATKF. Ii i 4 . IM s* and MONDAY, NOV. 6 Charles Dillingham?Florenz Zicgfeld, Jr. THE CENTURY GIRL SEATS NOW ON SALE MANHATTAN f^.nSSk gatt al I ai .'a Wad A flat at 2. MON., NOV. 6 ! \ i \ r w m k KI AW A i:iti..\M Ita iMAN'TIC PBOD1 I TTON s.*w? I'Kon.i: i Bfl MMm | *!. S?aT. Now. BEN-HUR i-i.i' ks : ??- aj . (ORT TIIKATRK. flflta Mflflflt,aflfl* Itwiay. To-morrow ( IBflfl.) Alt. ait a. Little Symphony PARK i.r.OKc.l' H IKKKKC, ( onduotor. LloraHoff man ******** "?^alii nn Rali> at Hot Ofl)****. 50 t*tfl, la |1 Dlraarttoa of < ATHARINF A. 1IAMMAN. ]ii inu ani Bflth W.rtrt Ha. ai J. I af, l.aS 8*8 I *? i .p....' prl aa, l , Mc. Ifla THK a-II.M <?? l001 TIIKII.I.S THE MASOUE OF LIFE PKTE MONTEBELLO, RITA JOLIYE*. fl IIAMII.TuM RKVKLLK ?*?_? iuii. 8>i. ?*:??-. No?' ?? ?? *:,5> CHAS. W. CLARK "All Ameriean Program Tlrka'8 CO '?* to II Mr*. Ha?rn?! A JOBflB rk8 Hall. Tlnira. Aft.. Nor. 2. at 1. riiuio Rrrlla.1?Ct'lnwia.) ( ?rnr?l LEGINSKA , j. \i^t Hi mam aaa pai *"* araaa I'iiik Ii & Jo4y _v\^i _*??_ II Kl IMIi KATafABIMI DAYTON .HsFl -F ? a_ r,?ir4i aledTii arrt Fck ?"na. ^^;'U'^:-J.M'^- __ l. COLUMBIA !:,> T;''V^'C.L'"., THE ROSEXAND G1RI-S FIRST BILTMORE PBIDA1 MllltMM, Ml Ml II I' Grand Ballruoaa, 11..1.I Blllaiere, N'oi int II t \itiil l\ \ .iii--l,l White Hofmann MtlV XNM I.I l-l I'l'*-. Martinelli De Luca Mrara, V Baaas, * I * a ? saM ?? aWfMM . " Offlra Mai Ifgaasi ? B l ' ? Plana Mmine Klliott Theiatre. .. ith St nr ll'wiiy. YVETTEGUILBERT l'rldnr Afternoon. Not 3, at 8. SONGS of the MIDDLE AGES taaste-1 Kiening. Kev. S, nt BtflB, SONGS OF SOLDIERS OF FRANCE latrodaeUoB! CLATTON h\miitov. At thfl Plfl <.l -I \\ r. I l.lUt \KL Catharln* A. Bamman. K B r* TVkeU t.ir all reaj.a ai 11..i 088cl, Ktaabs Plano. 4)wlng lo Ihe Sensallonul Sncee?s in .1 i.Mornioii* Demand ALBRRT I'.KISS VVILI. PRKSENT 4 ADDITION II, I'KIIIIHOI \M t." of MOZART'S "THE IMPRESARIO" and "BAST1EN and BASTIENNE." with Maliel (larrlaon. I.ihv J.ate?. iimi.l Rlapham. Alberl Kei?? ai i Orrheatrn. Suni I'lanko. C ;Tir GARRICK THEATRE ,' Thurs.. Fri. & Sat. Nights, 8:30, and Sat. Aft., 2:30, Nov. 2, 3 & 4. *.-,?? ?i. II M, 11 * I- M *' ? ? ?"*' - - . | 0IJ*8OUN Bl III.Ai . 1 W. 84 BT PUNCH & JIDY ,"KV,K' Lctieeat Run 0* B way. JI*iTH TIME TO-NIGHT. Phone Now for Seata?1366 Circle Charla* iiepk:-., pr. *?nta TREASURE ISLAND RoTsert Loala Btevenaoa'a t'in'ilnr ?'"rr. In arnatlxed bv Julea mai _ v? , i ,. . a : h-L ...iil^;.. Aeollnn Hall. TfliBBBtlBW Afj^, et 3:30. FIH-. M.lV YollK ?tK'"ir.U. |fJBEJO Tl NOR to $? ...'. 1' -ea $1?. (Bolil let Plano I I'llll.'TniN MI1S lll.HMAN- LKWlfl Iv-< rOMRDTTIIEATREI Wefl, Aft. W. \St?l 4l?l M. -onr lleciliil. MBBCKD Bg*aa dePina deBruyn ?vmr itrrimi. EAULD .. ITal ?. ! I rn Ma u li 4 \RMrU.IK H\ll. Bl'ND.l?. NOV, '.. ?l 1. PADEREWSKI IVketa. $1 '0 tn H '0 IV I". IH tfl lUfll B I uff.r,- Ulrs ' * I reslnei PH aioii^n m.l. SONG RECITAL CARL SCHIEGEL haKITonk MtBTROPOLTI vv OPBOU rn S?ali 50 al*. _ts 12. Bl****! Hs?sa*l 8 !**?? aillXN IIAI.I-. flfarfl. Afi.. M GRAINGER \Kil l\N IIAI.I-. flfarfli Aft.. Nov. 8. at S. ~ iiMY I'lAMI iii' hai. I Mll. V Mrt A Bawrer-8t*?n*a? Plano SI'RIMl Aeollan Hall. To nVia (Tue. ) K.f.. al M. 13. ^CHRCTNE MILLER -,-. ,?.. M r'. la II Ma-nif ' Baena?l * Join RS a\ I Tat*T>..?mi**' - Wai 1 WU I A Ba I ||'-r.< 1j...? a. ('nolt?nea_ Tal , a li.* lllaiio 4j j**.*. '?"lAi-'liaiUa, AMt'SEMENTS r.TH ST. Theatre H,%\ ?? TO-NIGHT. 8 18 EMMA DUNN in "OLD LADY 31' SHIIRFRT jnUDLKl Bw, - M.r, w.,1 <a: Ah. lw Biggest Hit In Yeara SO LONG LE1TY aa\flS*aT*AD ? ** ?**? and P'wa* Kwilrifa 8 18. rlJlUKv. Wed., .*.' ajnt Bjlae Pa> TAYLOR HOLMES ai.,, BUNKER BEAN 48th St. Theatre m '?"''-?*_i % RICH MAN. POOR MAN \ ; M \ T Bl ?W-trll^H. 3 _____f__E Pierrot " P rodigal IM RflfiTU IIIK.XTKK. 44 | r K DUUI ll | ? ? '. H vav NI- \ I A i itti r IHKVTRK MONUAT THK Ll I I Lt iniirrlnllW*.. . bj ? t.?! Bai . . "?"? llnnlll aa... kUw G~ ' Sa> Thura. I III V I RI' InOn., iluV. D . WILLIAM FAVERSHAM iv.i:?n,M,Getting Married ,ri . HENRIETTA CROSMAN 44TH ST. Hll II \R1) \4 VI I 41V II II *. > El___0_fi-1 -a- . 'J .' . ?ij WASH'N SQ.-PUYERS AMI'SEMENTS PRINCE ? ? S-ar??. *:4 r>~ V^.'JJt We*.. *???. * KltMrtaar* Uajr, Another -?niart Prinre*e mii-i. ,ii < eaaeaj BaeeeBflb "GO TO IT" .lii-l IflBBBh*. C'atehv Ttine* and Pretty Girls. MAXiNE ELLIOTT'S j-J'ii *?%?* ElL dS* iLH HODGE ftJSSr e^Stkm, ? y.yrry BB. a? |ood a> T:.e sflBJ iBBflJ BBBBl " c: it*_. rWlNTIl.l'i' AMBfl* LITTLE THEATRE f. I *et rrwaa LAST WEEK. to reiCMT AT 8 41. ^ /C4SIN0 Kr^ *".. ?Twt. !**> LINA ABARBANELL y-f^.CASiNO^HOw FLqra BELLA/ Rousing! THE MAN WHO CAME BACK Playhouse OKI Mata '\ -l iPtflU * ?*i*, ? -" - . , . Il\ I Hai Mioeeaa oii>er Mareera's Orewl l a*a*b*a Hnen UPSTAIRS ?"DDOWN STANDARD .* ' * ' . ' VERY GOOD EDDIE m* il J[|(feBR0ADWAY&42"-SI WMlilitil*" " Y ili^lll AND EVERY DAY AT 2/30 WILLIAM FOX P'?ents I I Breakin* all. fyl$S&%$\ Records in ^ftgl^Ji Prcstlgc ?? Patrona< '?v ' V N i. \\ VORK'** I Y. A I) I N O^ TJ EMPIRE V TO-NIGHT i CYRiL MAUDE in THE BASKER \ Hata. ? fu.. sai a Fif'tiim Mog. RUTH CHATTERTON z Lo COME OUT OF THE KITCHEN] ? I ??-,. Bf" W. ild Tum-l^ht! GAIETY , s . Ohicct-Matrimony a-rrri^avaj**** Q***j'%*^^^**^~099'1**^ ? X* Mll nf IhiikIi* ?* '? -IrBMln-rrj la full ?.f S..-.1-. ? Baa*. **>in. i :>o. Mai W , >??? * i_% rOHAN< NAI1HIS THEAIHRE ronMtaiY f.a'OLl'' .vr7?.T +7. ?T. ? CUTEMOM JOHN DREW MAJOR PENDENNIS ^lATINEE/ TTn.;r>/OAV-y,ATUt>DAV -^f CTIQ-N PAV-THAJSKrGIVIAIO-1 KNICKERBOCKER !.,:. IUT-J . ? rW DAT. I II WARFIELD in THE MUSIt MASTF4R m iT%-Jl|-:HM:r,f..T?. . |l> HiiKlllh M..II I | 3__35SgLEgSi ?WiHTO^ niPPODROflE ^Vr raV-51-00 "THE BIG SHOW" IVIth ANNA PA\ 1.IHVA. iiuriiia iiii-u'-i naa ut ihr i..nr.i nflraav ?.Tlaussen M. ., A Ham.11 I' . Ii. . itaajl 1 MMB.Jri.IA Ma' l- ? 1..ar. ST. Mt'liol \?? IIIM\ ' ?* ICE SKATING \\ st NOW OPEN AdniUaloa, 40a. i lEATHKI AND StCCKHSIl, fREWAMSTERPAM:. Wt\W tSIIZ'SX KLAWf.ERLANGER rAANAG*CRf3 IHE'-VOWP'SCREATEST TIWRKALIN5TITUT10N! Prcsontint/ ni</htiyto fljBaaaBBB caapzwcity wiu*itn it* t"wo be? 2M.it i-ful Atudit-oriurna THE2l105TREr1ARK ABLEENTEPT/UNTIEMTS OF THE ERA! in ihe \r\\ BBfflflJJIsTHaf Taaaa^TWl (' THE HOI BE B/CAUTirUI/'l Eves. tt I K. Mats flffl-fl, A Sat.. : IS. KLAW & ERLANGERS GREATEST Of ALL MUSICAL COMEDY SUCCESSES sniffiiiiM ki man B ie* a-jr M.iit..n. play ?e? (Atop Thia Theatre) ksl^i-H.l'^-l-lrWIH minCABI *>v**t 4IUi f*t. >.'*! * Jr), Mala. HUUalUla Wed sat. a Elacn Dsfl. !? POLLYANNA The plav lhat put* lor_Jnt^_lljrlrntL.j dci acrn ~ " *T KXF- ' 1fl B C L Ao LU Mals ;*? ir "*? ai.'e,-. !?*?. .1 H SEVEN CHANCES ra i ? Ts-aM nth *" * rV?*.? i'y* ? ???. r LLlUla m.'i w*d Bai ai.'.*.' iDaj I M, ARMS eHE GIRL LIBERTY St*ftS I.-..L Hun 2.1*. A I 1* I'. M. D. W. GRIFFITH'S Colotis! Phnto S-sectacle oRriiKSTKA or sr_ ... av ara ra i AB '?"' * ' -r K"* * * " HARRiB I> > > *l'.e.4lonl)*? UNDER SENTENCE aa.tn tieorai. >??* aad Jaaet Beeeher. GLOBE unVwl^eTrnJo^ V| Raymond HitchcBck in "BETTY" i,,... ? , BaaBl Psmous rlloba Cherua ,B f SBITll* .Nat C. Geeflels. Gssrss WIN* Pn r xrinia n* c. oees?i*. cssrt* w?iu Al AfTF ? L>'c"* Ca.ajias*!. "Aaasrka ALvrtV/t' irieit." Rahart T. Ha>a?s * ?... * 4-'h f?- ,Ca.. A?*4II?| 4 Lley* A stSsr* I?a !r Mat i*" 11. I* Darvirty Jfarflsa. BROADWAY I T1IOMAH MMIiHAM ? ROAUWAT AMT\ hlM. ln THK Theatre at 41?t I II MK lo the IIOtIB \H." Neit Weeta . MAKV I'll hMIKII mra. avlll BATTl* or TME taOMME. TnANI I *?***? Hevaliaws, Oif.r, 'NOON-a.il-SOI-P Ct. 8*rw? Of**. 8 8*4*4*t?. \aa. Wer* BA8Y riCKEOflO |r??le*l trturai*. BBOOKI aT* MB1 Mf'MK.MB. BaflBBI BRllilKlYN \< AllKMV Ol MI'HIT ONV Nli.llT OXI.V, IIIHW.. >?>?. t ni vJ.iiu.i t rtA n m i tnTiu **r.. baOaalaatataaia; 1. a, ??? Mldl A ua Paua.