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Mare Nostrum Xhe great companion volume to The Four Hoiscmen of the Apocalypse," by BLASCO IBANEZ Cloth St.90 t P. DUTTON & CO.. 681 5th Are., N.Y. *?F. P. A." saya in The Conning Tower m DIARY OF OUR OWN SAMUEL PEPYS iuoust i* R"? ?' "Blind Alley," a brave, and wrot? with more honesty . - war than any other book 1 have fl'S net. At nil liooksellen?. LITTLE. BROWN * CO.. Publishers, Boston .Merchants* Association Adds 56 Now Members August Campaign Sets New Record for Enrolment in Summer Month? Eighty-six new member? were enrolled hy the Merchants Association last month, a new summer record which surpasses that made in July by three. The total membership now is 5,948. In announcing these figures yester? day, the current issue of "Greater New Vo'rk." the official publication of the Association, remarks editorially that they demonstrate a realization by the c'ty's business community of the neces- , rity of organization, adding: "New York's business men realize more keenly than ever before that they must stand together if they are to make their voice heard in the shapinp of pel ou s and relations which is now taking place in the readjustment that secssarily follows war. "They find labor equipped with a f.rone and united organization, which is abie to command respect among pub? lic office's and lawmakers. The repeal of the Daylight Savings Law, in spite of the Presidential veto, afforded them ?fresh illustration of the power of the agricultural interests which are repre? sented by the great unions of farmers. ?'The work that The Merchants' As? sociation has done in the past a:;d its present thorough equipment, have brought ' i bi ness interests of New York to regard it as the most efficient instrument through which they can en? force their views upon readjustment problem-. This -;s one of the reasons ??? ; they aro joining its ranks in un precedenl bei -." Association Helps Outfit 2.021 Children for School The New York Association for Im? proving th? Condition of the Pour an nounced yesterday that most of the arents 2,021 childn n in fam re of the organization quired and g I a si stance in obta ng school ' ' es. The out fit nee - y for ? ?Id cost ai east $9.20 this year. it was said, which is more . .... iast ;. ear's cost. The association also pr< ded voca ? onal sch' arships for eleven boys who .K'wed un jsual ability, INSTRUCTION BERKELEY-IRVING SCHOOL for BOYS 311 W. EIGHTYTHIRD STREET CAPARLE teachers who give your boy individual instruction m elementary as well as advance?! courses. Gymnasium building, swimming pool. All forms of athietirs and root playground on the premises. Preparaci?n for West Point and Annapolis. No home study for young bovs WuiUated Cdtalcg ;>n ?Cw':..'..' LOUIS D. RAY, Ph. D., Headmaster TELEPHONE . SCHUYLCR 4836 [School/ 3ivYe*ar ttay and Evatilna 0*??a. ???w V0r? 72 Park Avc, bet. 36-36 Sis. "?i:.va ?,>tot? franklin ami Jefferson A vanned KLVllLrl ? ?3 Examinations *Wesr s*oinr -Annapolis -adforr.? ??.?og.rd "Saeeosa .? Keg-enta Rxan.? " New Trrrri Begins September 15 Is a O lees Preparatory S ? t ? ? ' 1 ?-1 les M lern Large Gjmna siun Mil urj Drill and Collegiate School Fer Alterno outing dui?. Boys 241-43 W. 77th St.. NawYorit F?u?t1edJ6 a 282d pear begins .-ept. ZOth 1 'ataloffue. A. F. Warron. H?adr>instar NEW YOKK LAW SCHOOL Day "?rhool; also L veiling School. 4?udeni . ; . Pith 1 O,-. u ? 1 ': ' '" - years' course '-llHiKht Method nstructlon. mn ?nK ; re ':::;: ? ' studs ?.f legal principles r,.:is,i:i- iherefoi >; ord o? !:* -? end for talog and rule> rojrulatmg mil ?- to the bar. ?m- ?. '?KORtiK ( HAKE, l(?-;m m W. 230, e?t.. N. \. (Y.M.C.A. Bldg.). 2 DRAKE BUSINESS SCHOOLS IN THE blAHT Uf 50.000 POSITIONS 'SjBL'NE BUILDING 8REV00RT BUItOINQ *i. h4 ^?siij bt. Bediord Av. at Fuicoi. St. Manhattan Brookl>n ttliilioiiM: Bfnnman 272i and Prospect 74?? HOlifiS UAYS ?? .0 A. M. to .! P. M. ia.,..H , ' NiGHTS. . ii time after 5 P. M. ?"?tidua. Instruction Both Schools O?an All Sumnier Ask for Catalogue. Ungu BERLITZ SCHOOL Manhattan! HC5 ?re**?*?: C7 ;it LI\lno>t?a SlrMl ?CH0OL OPEN ALL SUMMtA MIGHT SCHOOL ??St ??" * ReOMfs'. 40th year. Modwate Feel ^_"*??? ?iudy a, (/?? tntiividuat student FRIENDS' SEMINARY" fcMeT,?, ?ao EAST I6TH .ST. Bo* ?! *'''' l"r?P??tory School tor Olrls and ,-n NoU Sectarian, ?'?lalos on request. SCHOOL, CJ WEST 45th St. Secretarial training. individual *a?*n tv " Inatructlon. In,. e?enlnf. ^^JUWotijliom tll. (.0,inrj Ior thurougu work. "'itt Institllta FaM Term Be?"1* Sept. 24. v^_""*U,UIC Evenin? Classe?.. Se?t. 2?. TnL.*<?'>''n', Wednesday, t?<i?>ber lal ,L^K1.T|\ SCHOOL FOB GIRLS. __J_W ?and itij Webt nth St., N. V. TRINITY SCHOOL "K8T l)|,i STREET, New York. ?V* PH "'OCNDED 1700. tlltt. ^ r,1?r>' thronsrh college pntrnnra. "? ?ear Bejln? Monday. Sept. 22nd. New Gardon Towns Will Give London Floral Rim V. ?S. Idea of Industrial Sub? urbs to Aid Housing Problem LONDON, Aug. 23 ( Correspondence of The Associated Press?.- Millions of pounds are to be spent m the creation of a system of indsutrinl garden cities which ultimately will run metropolitan j London. The scheme, just outlined, is I the most olaborrte city building proj- j cet ever undertaken mi England and I is an adaptation of the model in- | dustrial town idea originated some years ago m the United States. Building on the first of these "flower garden" suburb cities is to be gin next year north of London, ac? cording to newspaper announcements. The town will be self-supporting and will cover several thousand acres. Within its precincts will be an agri? cultural area. Its populace will be supported by severn! engineering in dustr'es to be located there. The project is nn attempt not only I to sol -e London's housing problem, j which has become a grievous one, but to prevent an overwhelming congestion j of the city's industries and other | commercial activities. -.___ Plans of Prinee's Visit Await Those for Albert! Wales ?Not Expected Until After Belgian ??oyal Family, to \void Confusion iV.'tr York Tribun* Washington Pweau WASHINGTON, Sept. 7.?Definite ar? rangements for the entertainment of the Prince of Wales will not be made by the State Department until provi? sion has been made for the reception . of King Albert and Queen Elizabeth, and Crown Prince Leopold of Belgium, expected here about October 1, it was said at the State Department to-day. "Although November 12 lias been the date tentatively set for the arrival of the Prince of Wales," one State De? partment, official said, "ii is not thought he wii! come until the royal family of Belgium has concluded their visit." The presence of members of two royal families here at the same time, one diplomat pointed out, would lend itself to considerable embarrassment to the American government officials charged with their entertainment. The matter of precedence would continually be present, lie said, and ro end of social strategy would have to be resorted to. . Tablet to "World" Heroes Memorial to Those W ho En- ? tered War I?* Unveiled Mrs. Ralph Pulitzer unveiled a tab? let yesterday morning, which is a rial to the 201 employ?s of "The V. rid" and "The Evening World," who * r-.? .-i-i.'-i their country's service during the war. to the seven who los-, their lives and to the seventeen who were wounded. The tablet :- of bronze and is on a pillar ::; the main lobby of the Pulitzer building. Robert IL Leery, superintendent of the composing ro<>;?,. introduced Mon ?ignor Luke J. Evers, of St. Andrew's Church. who offered prayers. Lieuten? ant Mygrant's Band played "The Stai ? : Banner." and : here were ad ? ? ?se I ; Ralph i'? r, pr?s lent of the Press Publish! ; Coi ipanj. and b\ Police < ommi sionei Enright. A fter I ?' e unve iling, tl - ? w ho ai ? tei led il went to Whitestone for a clamhake 3d Loan Interest Due Sept. L5 ?nteres! . < . ird Liberty ; Is ma; '? ? cas cd on and after 3i ptember 15 Th . ntei est lue that dal on the third ' : mount to .-. 38.750.983, : ;.;. ? a statement fr enl ... . " ' I ? ? were 18,308,325 subscribers. The total 5ul s< ribi d was ? 1.1 76,516,850, Ii t< n ?' s may be exchanged f< r war :r ng - stamps a' :; ?? .?? i office or ai which an agencies for their ih On the Screen G?raldine Farrar Has a Worthy | Vehicle in "The World and Its Woman" In the old days, when princes were princes to stay, it was a difficult tangle for a novelist or a playwright when he found himself with a prince and a com? moner on his hands who insisted on being in love with each other. The best he could do for them then was a morganatic marriage. Now he can just arrange a revolution, and, presto! there are no princes nor paupers, and the | prince may marry whom he chooses and j stand as good a chance of living hap? pily ever after as though he had been a boilermaker or a cobbler's son. / This is what happened at the Strand yesterday in Geraldine Farrar's new picture. "The World and Its Woman." Lou Tellegen is Prince Michael Orbli nn:i, and .Miss Farrar is only a hum? ble American girl who lives in Russia and dresses like a peasant. But after she becomes a great opera singer Michael desires to marry her, and there are only two obstacles?a current prin? cess and his rank. The revolution re? moves both these obstacles, however, with tho usual finish. The story is the best, that Miss Far? rar has had in many moons. This very much alive star always gives the im? pression of being much too big for her ! vehicle. She seems to be beating tier wings and striving for freedom, and she has been lamentably confined by nar? row plays. Many a time we have fully ; expected to see her suddenly tear up the whole thing and go on and play a scene from "Carmen" or "Tosca." But in this new Goldwyn picture she is allowed to do all the things which she does so well?she is even allowed to sing. Screen fights between the hero and thi' villain have become too common' to arouse more than passing interest,' but there is a tight in this picture be tween the heroine and the villaincss that is the reallest thing we ever saw. We should hate to be Ermina Rodina when G?raldine ti ni shed with her. Lou Tellegen doesn't have to do very much as the Prince except look handsome, and he can always be relied upon to do that. Also when ho doesn't want to look handsome he can put on i a remarkable makeup. Miss barrar screens more satisfac? torily than we have yet seen her do and she wears some delectable clothes. The hat which she wears in the park is the most beautiful we ever saw and makes us feel like saying, plaintively, "What do you do with your old clothes, Miss Farrar'.'" In the excellent supporting cast are A! :c B. Francis, Edward Connelly, N'aomi Childers, W. Lawson Butt, Mme. Ro: e Dione and Lydia Yeamans Titus. There is a comedy cartoon, "Silk Hat riarrj " a scenic "where they go rub? bering," and the Strand Topical Re? view, 'flu- overture is selections from "Tannhauser." Alys Michot, a colora? tura soprano, sang Gounod's "Mireille Valse." Carlo Ferretti sings the pro? logue to "Pagliacci."' It seems as though every time we go to see "The Miracle Man" we are in a bad mood. He is always the late miracle man and we are always hun? gry! Partly because we enjoyed the pict 11 e so much ai : he Cohan Theatre th-it we. wished to ^<v it again and pai t y because Hugo Riesenfeld liad especially ? ted us to see his pr?sentai ion we eaped across the - ' rect fr im the ?trand to the Rivoli so as to b< m time for the 2:15 performance. And then the curtain didn't go ip ?ll :; o'clock, which is an unheard-of the Live! :. It wasn't any '. ever; it was just ; >\v.' the stage settings happened to be de? signed to cover half the screen at the top and had to be mad ? all ovi r again. H v as v. orth the wait, how< \ er, and Mth Street, near Fourth Avenue on seeing the picture a second time wo realized how many of ?tu tine noints had escaped us the first time. Dr. Riosenfeld had selected "Parsi? fal" aR the overture. Erno Rupee con? ducted this, but Dr. Riesenfeld held ? he baton during the performance, for the score whs his own arrangement Joseph Urhun did the stupe settings, which are magnificent, although we' were assured that their beauty was obscured by the fact that the liphYs were curtailed. There is a short prologue and then the picture, shortened a little in just the places where wo felt that it dragged, and an interlude which is most effective. The front, of the the? atre has been entirely redecorated, and there in n beautiful new curtain. We still consider Thomas Meighan's work the best he ever 1ms done, and Betty Compson's likewise. Joseph .1. Dowling, as the Patriarch, can still make us cry, nnd we feel the same thrill when Lon Chanoy and J. M. Du mont reform that we did at first. Also, we still consider the healing of t.he little crippled boy one of the most con? vincing scenes we ever saw on the screen. And as we left the theatre we wanted to cry "George Loane Tucker is great! Hugo Reisenfeld is great! 'The Miracle Man' is great!" At the George Cohan Theatre "The Lost Battalion" will be seen. Dorothy Ds.llon will be seen at the Broadway in "The Market of Souls." Robert War? wick will be at the Rialto in "Told in the Hills." These will be reviewed later._ H. U. 8ROAnAirat48'?Sf VV % NEWYOR?\ ?America's Foremost Restaurant OPENS FOR SEASON 1919-1920 Tuesday Evening, Sept. 9 ? i h PRESENTING evoeo * tvith an unprecedented aggregation of Vaudeville Artists fmft Wk mS% Cuisine and Service Par Excellence i- ' ) Y(Sfc====tsaB=^=s== ~0Mjf?^0 w? i ? ' <.^-- ' ' ?y Louis Tracy The Bartlett Mystery Just ready?is American in setting and does cer? tainly swing you along at a rapid pace, and what is more important keeps you mystified?very much so?until the very end. Number Seventeen has been published some time?now in its Tenth Edition?is another real detective story. Look them both over?you will be repaid. Wherever books are sold. EDWARD J. CLODE NEW YORK Plays and Player? Among the hundreds of players who I nre hurrying to New York are Laura ! Walker, who is duo to open to-night ? in "Those Who Walk in Darkness" at the Forty-eighth Street Theatre, and I Al Jolson, who is on his way from the West to open in "Sinbad," which is ; scheduled for Thursday night at tho i Shubert in Philadelphia. The Greenwich Village Follies will be transferred from the Greenwich Village Theatre to the Nora Bayes to- | morrow evening. "Friendly Enemies," with Louis i Mann, will open nt the Manhattan Opera House Wednesday evening. "A Voice in tho Dark" is heard once , more at the Republic Theatre with the original cast. More than thirty com-^, panics of A. H. Woods'? productions will begin rehearsals immediately. The first performance of Mrs. Chauncey Olcott's play "Lusmorc" will open the Henry Miller Theatre to? morrow night. Sophie Tucker will open her room at Reisenweber's, Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Coburn will resume the engagement of "The Better 'Ole" at the Booth to-night, when they will i again be seen as Old Bill, and Vic? toire. Grace George will open her season I at the Vandcrbilt Thursday night in I "She Would and She Did," by Mark : Reed. The Marvellous Thurston, who was ! compelled to cancel his engagement at i the Globe o; the night he was to ? have opened, will give his first per- ' forrnance at that theatro to-night. Adolph Klauber's new farce "Nightie i Night,'* by Martha Stanley and Ade-, laide Matthews, will open this week with the original cast. Selwyn's "Tea for Three" will open at the Bronx Opera House next Mon- ; day. Cecil Spooner will be seen in Margaret Lawrence's r?le. At the request of the Imperial! Tokio Theatre, the Irish play "John i Ferguson" at the Fulton will be trans? lated into Japanese. ' Lew Fields will open with his ! original company intact in "A Lonely Romeo," at the Casino to-night. "Roly Boly Eyes," with Eddie Leonard, announced to onen at the Cort Theatre Tuesday. will ?;o to Baltimore instead, and will play at Ford's Theatre next week. "Just a Minute" will ni-iy in Balti? more the same week, and will open at the Knickerbocker September 22. At the Cort Thca.re, Charles Emer? son Cook will present "A Regular Feller." Allyn King will make her debut with "Ziegfeld 9 O'clock Revue" when it opt ?!!? on the New Amsterdam Roof Wednesday evening. The cast also will include Savoy and Brenr.an, W. C. Fields, Hal Hixon, Green und Blyler, Yvonne Sheltor, Dolores. Dorothy Klewer and others. An entirely new edition of the "Ziegfeld Midnight Frolic" will be given September 22. George White, who stayed up all night last Saturday and was the first to hear the glorious news that peace had been declared, telephoned his stag** managers, telegraphed his company, numbering 150; ordered a rehearsal, re? hears? d and gave a perfect performance Saturday night. Not one of the "Scan dais of 1919" was missing. Beginning with to-day's matinee, Per 1 ng week will be observed at th?" Hippodrome. Ther" will be a new aerial baliet. in which the character of "Conquest," typifying the leader of the A. E. F., will arise to the centre of the riving groups bearing a laurel wr"ath. H. 17. Admission of Germans to World Labor Conference As?ked AMSTERDAM, ? pt. 7 -The Bureau of thi International Trades Congress demands official confirmation that Ger? man and other enemy delegates will be admitte to the Washii gton labor con? ference befi re ?of the con? ference. JJBW YORK'S LEADING THEATRES AM) SUCCESSES -f HEW AMSTERDAM THEATRE % 46?hSt- E.of B*way* WliL POSITIVELY OPE? CHARLES EHE?50N COOK Aids you to meet Slz^oci by T#Z SUPREME TRIUMPH mm AMERICAN STAGE ?*?? B ? Ht" a ? a ?K a cea?? wm $ v?i is tm&a fei' t?? ? ANDTHEW3RLE?S MOST PlSriNGU&HIED BEAUTIES ?t I k? Pp & h> I ? "I ?? e tea fes) U fa-is few Bas? 9 O'CLOCK REVUE mm w?a nhit | Entirely New Features dnd t. Original Beauty Chorus "i IN PREPARATION ?I ???Tin? A K'^w ThnTl in '"*m<?'?y by Merk 5wan WITH ? SECULAR CAST ?i? BOX OfPIO. UQVJ OPEN FIRST ?WrN?E. WtDNE'jDAYat 3 MOVING TO THE CRITERION THEATRE ONE WEEK ONLY BEGINNING TO-NIGHT New York's Brightest Musical Furce After ;; Month-. .,r Laughter u( Henry Miller's Theatre W ?th : lenti ally thi SAME CAST AS ON ITS OPENING NIGHT lm luding lohn K lia ?zanl Janet \ elie l.i.rm Ka ker Helen I Marke fi. U" ' 'allanan Kleanor Daniels -': in ? Fi ? le Mai lo "< Bentli > ? ? .-. ? !i i rvi ' ???-? ?? M klgle M . irl ? ' lass H W. K ill Cornelia Mai ! 'onald Alfr- u Hall G I . Banks .1 Low,. Best Looking Chorus in Town GLOBE j;;v:???? TONIGHT at 8:30 r? STRANGEST ?AM ON EARTH ll7d)) Bluest Success Since "THE KERRY WIDOW Vtlh a ! THF flM.'lim I asi WILL POSITIVELY T 0PFNJTO-MK?I1T fGHANtHADPfc THFATPF LIGHTNIN' GAIETY ?::;..; ; ..., ?-?; 42 St Mai J w George White's Scandals ,?f0 Ann I'enniniitmi RITA OLCOTT PRESENTS 91 \ ROMANTIC IRISH PLAY OF ADVENTURE, BY RITA OLCOTT AND GRACE HEYER, AT HENRY MILLER'S THEATRE TUESDAY EVE., SEPT. 9 SEATS NOW MATS. THURS. AND SAT. r/79 Creo test ?ove Story Ey^rTo/d mm mum "?h<? mm 99 Produced under t ne Direction ef Alien Hclubar Theatre Col Circle Mar 250 Eve 8 30 EVERY SEAT RESER\ED MARK ?f^ tranD "A National Institution." : 471 h ST HE ET & BROADWAY GERALDINE FARRAR "THE HOKI.li ANT? ITS WOMAN" Scenli . ' :om? clj Sol lats Striuid Orchestra rni s THE ft Ir-bi MIRACLE MAN o Way <* Jtr Jt. !l|f>A I'KR.SHING WEEK Ske fiO Robert Warwick T*^B"B1^ ?'Told In the Hills." Times ^ouar? Rlalto Orchestra BRONX East 177th St. Sub. Sta. AMUSEMENT 25 Minutes Frou Times Square PARK SCRK BATH! NO CARNEGIE HALL Sunday Eve., Sept. 14 Authenl Soloists of Ststinc ?'hoir. Vati ? ?an. Rome. Indorsed bj Dr Ernest B? zi Director Sr Peter's in the Val .. ind Lorenzo Perosl, Perpetual Director Sistine i :hapel TICKETS NOW AT BOX OFFICE. M?- SVolfsohn Bureau. Mason & Hamlln Piano THE MILLION DOLLAR SHOW! IllsppyOays [MATINEE I AT EVEEY CA^ iTMf HAPPY PRICK! ?its 8 Week? Ahead. | LOEW'S New York Theatre & Roof L'ont : ! a m w : i p m k,, f to i a \r CHARLIE CHAPLIN in "Shanghaied." MRS. CHARLIE CHAPLIN' in "Home.' ?Loevv's American Roof gf% ?;* f'fj Charlie Chaplin, "Shanghaied." A.U Seat? Lambert!, JUiee ?- Sylvester, .' otha, ? tn Theatre. Mrs. Charlie Chaplin Reserved COLUMBIA. P/way A 47th. Ivriev Daily ! Pop. "Best Show in Town." ! Price? "AMERICA'S FOREMOST THEATRES AND HITS UNDER THE DIRECTION OK LEE ? ,J. i. Mil BERT1 WINTER GARDEN i'S&'Sl81- !SHUBERTI; One W?'ek Onlj Resumes TO-NIGHT es4w'ehd.llltB'2^: COMEDYk vf!"a; TONIGHT,.!. TO-NIGHT at 8:15 MATINEE TO-MORROW AT .'. -night. Tur?. Vv Tliurs. n : : ? : Sat E - arid Wed Mai WITH rilE ORIGINAL CAST With JEFFERSON DE XNGEI.l 'A Diamond Mine of Entertainment' ' ^ n i Stephen Rathbun, Eve Sun. PRINCESS^S?&fi?'? 1^>-4V Opening To-mor'w Nigh.. 8:45 GALLO ENGLISH OPERA CO. Sfc^S MIKADO \ ?????? JEFFERSON DE XNGEI.IS, HANA SHIMOZl'Ml and CHIMES OF NORMANDY UP F NORM\N TKKMli; l: - .., ?v ;-'a:. Mat ' I':; ?s ? j A '.VI! >E.AWAKE FARC! AQTW ?T Thea., Ju^t K. of Bvray Evs.8:25. ONLY *i?in Ol. Mi,:;:.!?,..-; ?;?>?;. a. 1 Sat MANHATTAN k . Ma;^ s. v WEDNESDAY EVE. ? : LOUIS MANN I WEEKS jMOROSCO ? Wednesday Night OUI ER MOROS! ? Thompson Buchanan's New Comedy, 9k a FRIENDLY ENEMIES * Prices 25c to $1.50. Wed Mat, . A LWAYS 5.KCUESTR \ -i: Resumes TO-NIGHT THOSEWHOWALK . - - -. IN DARKNESS BRACE GEORGE I ?,,- it.. ?din? 1> rd, Howai I i \ T\Vt( M MOROSt <> < \M PiKlTlVciv rn f^irHT "SHE WO?lD ?ND SHE D?D" Seats ?" jale To-morrow POblTlwELY TO-NIGHT THURSDAY EVE.. 8:30, VANDERBILT SK4^ 2^?U?_ THURSDAY NIGHT WITH THE ORIGINAL CAST waiS?rr;?:, , 39THST lie WITH Fay BftiNTEfc Sj THEATRE E\ KNTNGS \T s SHARP. NOW FLAY.NG 3 WEEKS ONLY World's Most Beautiful Production CHU CHI CHOW A Musical Extravaganza or the Orient ?Now in its 4th year at His Majesty's Theatre, London CO. of 390-14 DIG SGENES POP. MAT. WED. AT 2. W M.TEP. H ?MO HAMI1 T? ?N SCANDAL CHARLES CHERRY and FRANCIHE L?RRIMORE Maxina Elliott's Resuming To-ni?ht, 8:20 WITH ENTIRE ORIGINAL CAST "III. ISO,?,!- sT ( (IM} l>> 11? ?' IN SEAV VOKK. CASINO Resumes TO-NIGHT TIM: GAY OLD BO"! A LONELY ROMEO omedles <? loi ? M ' B utlfu ' 'hi ? us ?n Xiw V, "BRIGHT COMET) i <>1 Till i ti ii\ i<> thi: right- -? Moor II ? NI.? WITH I NEfl Hit ? ? fi > BOOTH >; v:n th MR. 4 MRS CCBURN THE HIT! THE GREENWICH PLAYHOUSE /?. ' , .-f of Scv! York Q .??- ? ? Latin, I Bessie ?r<n? Diivis, Jai pa \\ at .".,: , ,'.w:s LV. I'ui M ,1 ! ) ; VMiM - VRT1STS' MODELS MOVES TO THE THEATRt HOR? BAYES To-MorrQwigiit AT 8:20 ?EATS \T BOX Oil ICE NOW rai ..i In Lue IV >rl I .? i Vi m. Fox i ,': m CENTRAL THEATRE Kf?, H'y at 47 ri ? s 500-51. HELEN KELLER DELIVERANCE LYRIC ; ??H 5TH MONTH?rOSITIVEET OPEN Th? ?Scaw's S*r?a?l<?nil Succm? O H N FERGUSON lTN?ir Flltcn u. ? ., . ? ; Every One Who Lnjoys the Best the Theatre Has to Offer Will Se< en <r* a sin THE He. I.bt PRAISED BY ALL CRITICS SELWYN THEATRE M ?- V ? ? and at??iMaamwvWflr?Tiraway ?mmz^m V&? --***' ?r par neo IE iWf ^'/ ?1AI.L, W. ?7 St. ^ kfivy " ??. NICHT. -IMPORTANT ! NOTE: "Papal authorization ha? br*n besten ? d upon the Vath i) ?':?...rs, und: r tl ?? :?' rson ' dii ? ction of Ma ;r,j . asimiri. and no other party o,' singers has the riyht ;., call itself Sisttr.e ur pretend :>/ f/<- ?'?::<il --.', ji te ceibli J dp ZOth to Cath ?Ho Press Ass'n, SEATS NOW SELLING AT CARNEGIE HALL BOX OFFICE Prices $2, $3, $5, $7 Broadway' V: TV 11 r\ 11 Paramount Dorothy Dalton ..;.;? The MARKET of SOULS SOLOISTS ? COMEDY ? SCENIC ? ORCHESTRA PB F.KEITHS ivHEATON'SrCARROU A I ATP TED LEWIS * Band, r\ L, A K* C freole Fashion Plate. Mttt. Dailj. 35c-$l othh.. CI1AKI.ES klN? fX3. F. KEITH S I J'KIM t?. (AKI.O- SE i FCIVFRSTDF BASTIAN. Dooley x I j[\IVlil\?UL?E. Sales. Mile. I>iane Jt I B'WM * 9?th HL I .Jan KublnJ ami other?. STEEPLECHASE OPEH FOB THE SEASfii The Soul of America lew York Saw It Last Night in Kdward A. MacManu?' MirrinK Soper Feature attalion A romantic drama of cyclonic ai on that has liti become famous overnight. It rips and tears at evei emotion because it is an amazing combination of -;? and adventure, humor and grim tragedy a id ov< ; patriotism?built around the most vivid ar.d dramatic page in history?that's why the -, remier performance sel a : e mark in genuine enthusiasm Portrayed by an ail star cast and every survi member of the world's finest example of whole-hearted heroism. GEO. M. PRICES: MATS. 2r,c to *I . NICHT! PERSHING PARADE No finer Reserved Seats or Boxes to he had Lower and Upper Balconies of HOTEL SAVOY 5th Ave., 58th to 59th Street? |H Comfortable Accommodations during parade for ladies j?HJ and other patrons in hotel connected with stand Telephone 1065 Plaza. m M? ma wMMmmmmmm?