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"Mecca" Is Gav
With Color and
Gorgeous Ballets
Beauty as Well as Lavishness
Marks Opening of Big
Musical Melodrama by
Oscar Esche at Century
THE CAST
OfrlcW of the Guard.Richard Ilenrv
?vi* ,K'"Ter .Arthur Uarro?
AbduUan .r0hn nm h ison
????af .Rob< M Rhodos
Drange Seller .Julian Winters
I rlnce Nur Al-Din.Herbert Orlmwood
An oi<i w.v.-.iv.Liom 1 Chalmers
Ihe Sultan. AI -Malik Al-Nasir..
On Die R. Caldwell
An Old Woman.Genevi?ve Dniaro
The Kllml Man.Basil Smith
AM s'iar .Lionel Braham
Zummurud .Hannah Tobaclt
Abu Yakian .lohn Doran
Zarka .Kate Mayhew
Zald .Edward Watson
-^Hn .Thomas Merryman
Wazlr AI Khaslb.Harold Skinner
Waatr Abu Shamar.lohn PInrson
sharazad .Gladys Hanson
Wei s.?n Wei.Thomas I,eary
H i i Wa Shi.I,la Mullo
Tho Patriarch of tha Pilgrims..
Richard Henry
A Singer of the. Pilgrims. .Han v 1. Reese
Dancing Girl .Martha Lorber
Ayesha .Audrey Anderson
? Zobeldn .Margartt Talma
Nazlda .Helen Zorn
Abram .Walter I.ano
Lamra .Margaret Brodnax
Mlrza .Mai I'oth
By Heywood Broun
Morris Gest's production of "Mecca,"
which was shown at tho Century last
night, is more beautiful and more dar?
ing than "Aphrodite." To complete
tho statistics it might, also be added
that it is bigger. The most potent
appeal is visual. Of all tho various
authors, composers and painters who
have contributed to the production the
chief credit should go to Michel Fokine,
the Russian choreographist. The bac?
chanale which he arranged for the last
act is easily the most striking incident
:ti the performance. Probably only Dr.
Straton could tell whether or not it
was more sinful than the correspond?
ing number in "Aphrodite." It was so
fast and furious that our impression
was blurred, but wo did carry away a
mental picture of the final tableau in
which the stage was paved with scores
and peores of recumbent women a?
thick as good intentions. But perhaps
it would be just as well not to go tor
fully into motives. Perhaps it will
suffice to say that the ballet is beauti?
ful as well as startling.
Everything about the production i?
lavish and some of it is better than
mereiy generous. Tho elaborate change.6
of scenery were handled so expedi
tiously that the melodramatic features
of the big musical show were not
drowned out by the wealth of move?
ment, color and dancing. The play con?
cerns a sultan, his rival and a beauti?
ful singing girl, and though it pauses
now and again for ballet interludes
there are authentically exciting mo?
ments, such as the wrestling match be?
tween the sultan and the villainous
strong man who tries to kill him, the
raid upon the caravan to Mecca and
the slave market. Lionel Braham plays
the strong man with gusto. Orvillc
Caldwell is effective as the heroic sul?
tan. Gladys Hanson is a splendid fig?
ure and Hannah Tobcck carried the
part of the singing girl pleasantly. Bui
the most striking performance of al;
was that of Ida Mulle as an old Chinese
woman, a part which had hardly ter
lim . in all but was rich in enormously
skilful pantomime.
Oscar Asche wrote the book am
Percy Fletcher composed, the music
The smoothness of the first night per
formance entitles E. Lyall Swete to al
the credit which should go to a goo<
job.
Of its kind "Mecca" is absolute];
iirst rate. We must confess, however
that we find drama generally more ar
resting in plays which require some
thing less than three or four hundrei
persons. As a theatergoer one heroin?
clothed and in her right mind out
weighs even two hundred dancing girli
clad only in the mosquito netting o
their native land.
The first of Mme. Borgny Hammer's
Ihsen matinees, presented yesterday ?it
the Little Theater, was a pretty be?
wildering affair. Mme. Borgny Ham?
mer was presented by Lawrence
< larke, who announced her "Hcdda
Gabbler" the two B's being the pro?
gram's idea?as her American d?but.
It announced her further as "of the,
National Theater of Christiania. Nor?
way." The latter of these statements
is probably accurate, though the
former is not, but being "of the Na?
tional Theater of Christiania" did
Mme. Borgny Hammer little enough
service in acquainting her with what
"Hedda" was all about. She played
her now in evangelical sweetness, now
in a sort of Alpine boredom, once or
twice in a tantrum. To a spectator
seeing the play for the first time,
Hedda must nave peemed to be, in so
far as she was anything, a sweet
woman with fits.
Mme. Borgny Hammer has a fine
physical command of a stage, and, at
times, great beauty. She delivers lines
with at least an intelligent idea of
what those lines mean. But of the
gift of adding up lines and scenes and
totaling a human being, she. showed
none.
Her supporting company contained
two acceptable players, Rolf Fjell and
Mercedes Desmore. Another item from
the program states: "Mme. Hammer's
gowns. General Gabler'a portrait, the
lighting of the play and the execution
and painting of the scenery by the
Wits and Fingers Studio."
'Jim, Jam, Jems9 Takes
Front Rfink on Broadway
THE CAST
Cyrus Ward, n carefuj um-le. Stanley Forde
June Ws '. 'i ; v ntche i nl.>.
Ada May Wei ks
Ann'tie. a u^al.l.Un?o I.angUioi
Philip Quick, a butlci ..Joe E. Brown
Johnny Case.Prank Pay
Archie Spotter, a detective.... Nod Sparks
MISS I'S'lil. Miss Pencil..Tha King Sisters
And othors
A gem of melody and wit flashed it?
rays crus Broadway last nisrht. "Jim
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Jam Jems," tho new musical pastime
! y Harry !.. Cort and George E. Stod
dard, with music by .lames Hanley,
give-, to New York its present seasons
prettiest musical comedy production
and places Ada Mae Weeks and Frank
Kay and the King Sisters in a position
to make arrange m en is for permanent
lodging houses on Manhattan Island
for the winter.
There is a tune that lingers, which is
the first evidence that real, old-fash?
ioned musical comedy is not a tiling of
history. It is called "The Magic Kiss."
Ami then there is Joe E. Brown, the
busy butler of the play, who is scream?
ingly funny. Harry Langdon, with his
trick automobile and his "vacant
. stare," brings a bit of vaudeville's very
best into a new realm, and Ned Sparks
as a detective, in his monotone, is s
splendid character.
As if one lilting melody or two or
| three were not enough, Mr. Hanley
lias written an entire score that never
weakens. Although there really is no
plot to "Jim Jam Jems," it sparkles
with its situations, and last, night com?
muters were forced to wait Cor much
later trains than usual because of the
outbursts of applause that hung long
after each curtain dropped.
There is a cabaret scene in the fust
act that should be shortened. By al
rnear.s. producers, see to that! And
while doing that, they should, to routu
out a perfectly delightful offering, d<
away .with "damns" and "hells" am
other profane words. It will not de
tract, one whit from the comedy am
will win friends.
Miss Weeks's dancing scene in th
last act is far beyond anything showi
in Broadway musical productions thi
season. The appointments in the in
terior scenes are gorgeous and the cos
turning of the bright little chorus is re
freshing.
Tlie play finds Frank Fay as a re
porter for a society publication sai
to deal in social scandal, and his jour
neys through fashionable New Yorl
atop the hotels and in the exclusiv
drawing rooms, while at the same tim
"showing the town" to the pretty nice
of a millionaire about whom he i
gathering scandal, bring him into err
barrassing situations out of which h
twists as only th?' hero of a play coul
twist.
But the plot is secondary. Mr. Fay
clean-cut appearance, his ease an
grace and his ability to impersonal
John Charles Thomas singing a raf
time number, won him applause. Mis
Weeks is astonishingly fine in song an
dance, and the King Sisters are ;
sweet as they can be. For that matte
"Jim Jam Jems" is exquisite fro:
chorus girls to principals.
-?
Clean Comedy and Many
Novelties in 4Peek-a-Boc
ISew Edition of Jean l?edini
Show at Columbia Clever
and Amusing
Burlesque producers might do w<
to take a look into Jean Bcdini's bo?
?if he will repmit them to) and pro
greatly thereby. lus new editi?
of "Peek-a-Boo" at the Columbia th
week is splendid amusement, reple
with novelties and clean comedy a:
skillfully starred. Suggest i vene'ss
not necessa'y on the stage to make
audience laugh. It shows a low ord
of skill. While "Peek-a-Boo" cann
be given an absolutely clean hill
health, it errs only slightly on tl
scoi e.
Bobby Clark and Paul McCullou
do well in their roles of chief con
dians, They are easily the equals,
not the superiors of any comedia
who have appeared at the Columl
this season, Others worthy of co
!,.? inlation are Frankie James, a <
cidedly attractive "blues" singer, 1
Four Jansleys, remarkable acroba
Ben Grinnell and the Seven Musi
Spillers, a noisy but entertaining c
ored jazz band.
Theater Guild Has
Another Success
In 'The Treasure'
Pinski's Play, Translated
From Yiddish, Is Worthy
Successor to Mane Clegg' ;
It Is a Comedy of Russia
Til H CAST
Chone.' ?udli j i>;.;:?? ?
Jachne Bralne. Helen Westloj
Till?- .Celia Ailler
Judice'..'..".. I'"'1 Eric:
The Marriage Broker.i-Mmu- Stehll
Soskln.Henry Travi rt
Tlie Presl'deni of Ute Community
Brslclne San Tord
Members of the Society Cor I'rqvldlne
Dowries for Poor Maidens:
William Rothschild, Jacob Welsei
Members of tho Society for the Care
of ih" Sick ..S. Karrakta, Anthony Jochlir
A Lawyer.Wdwln Knopl
An Hysterical Wuinnn I.Ian Stephan;!
An Old Woman. Roll? I.yum
A TourtK Woman.. Mi r> MacAndrewi
Her Little Daughter, noronca Currui
A (Hi !. Valerie Stevi ni
A Woman.Wlollnii Thomm m
Vnot her Woman. , Bdlth Li Ightoi
A young Man.Saul Michaeli
Another Man.William Worthlngtot
Villagers Sally McCombs, Norn Ster?
ling, ciadys l'ope, Blsln d In Kon
u< ????. Ruth 1- ? ? 'riilliim
Moon, Douglns Whlttaker,
The Theatre Guild opened its thin
season ?it, tlie Garrick Theater las
night with the production of "TIv
Treasure," by David Pinski, Writtei
originally in Yiddish, the comedy wa
staged in Germany by Max Reinhardt
Last night's presentation was the lirs
time it has been seen on the English
speaking stage.
Since the presentation of St. Jolv
Ervine's "John Ferguson" by the Guil
during its first season, and of the sam
author's "Jane Clegg'1 last season, on
gops forth to succeeding production
filled with expectancy and hope.
Tho Theater Guild, during its shoi
existence, has established a tradit.io
for itself a tradition of the tine
things of the stage. Last night thi
tradition was established (?ven moi
firmly than before. Pinski's incish
four-act comedy, ?gtaged skilfully an
sympathetically by Emanuel Reiche
and acted with a real note of sincerit;
especially by Celia Adler, fred Eri
Dudley Diggos and Helen Woatle1
takes it place with the other fir
achievements of the organization.
The charm of Pinski's comedy lit
in its humanness. Knowing his ov>
people so well, he has chosen to wri
of a small Jewish community in Ru
sia. and to expose, in a delightful
amusing fashion, the foibles, the hypo
ricies and the ambitions of the re
characters he has created.
But men and women are human b
ings whether they make their beds
a N'ew England village or on the di
sands of Africa, and all the fuss, s
the excitement made over the report?
discovery of the treasure in the grav
yard by tho gravediggr's son won
have been stirred up in a Yankee coi
munity as easily as in the Russian coi
munity in the play.
There is no forced, slapstick hum
in Pinski's play, which was translati
for last night's production by Ludw
Lewisoh'n.
Dazzled by the thought of suddi
and great wealth by the supposed di
covery of the treasure in the in'a\
yard the property of the communil
each member of the community, fr;
the humblest to the highest, won
have his share. The rich man won
sue for his rights to the gold, the mei
bers o-f the society for providing do
cries for poor maidens, the numb*.
of tho society for the care of the sii
the gravedigg?r's daughter, the t:r:i\
digger himself, all would dispose
the property to their own advantage
Celia Adl< r, in her d?but on t
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English-speaking stage, showed her
selt to be an actress of intelligence
and skill. As the gravedigg?r's daugh?
ter, she become, a millionaire for a
day, when her idiot brother showers
her with gold imperials lie has found
in his dog's grave. She plays with
much men inn nt and charm, and is
oepecially delightful in her scenes with
tho villagers who. hearing of (he treas?
ure when she ventures into town to
array herself in une garments, call at
the gravedigg?r's home and seek to
learn more of tho find. Dudley Digges
and Helen Westley, by their perform?
ances, add to the successes they have
nit'ady made in other Theatre Guild
productions. Fred Eric, the idiot son.
who buries hi-; pet dog and finds the
goid, gives an uncommonly line per
fci manee.
For the lasl act, as well as for the
whole play, Emanucl Reicher and I.ee
Simonson are to be commended. When
lie produced "The Weavers" some
years ago Mr. Reicher handled large
groups of people. He does the same
thing m the search for the treasure
m tho la: I act, and give.-- a snlendid
example of his technical ski 1,1. Lee
Simonson is responsible for the
scenery and costumes, which are ef?
fective and authentic.
On the Screen
Popularity Promised for Bu?
colic Romance of "Homespun
Folks'1 at the Capitol
By Harriette UncJerhill
"Homespun Folks" i< a Charles Ray
picture; so much so, in fact, that we
cannot see how any director had the
temerity to produce it without Charles
Ray. "Homespun Folks" is the first
special production for Associated Pro?
ducers and it is the feature at the
t'a pi toi "this wecK. i! promises to be
extremely popular because it has an op?
pressed farmer hoy rise to the dignity
of . district attorney and marry the
daughter of his political enemy. It
also has cows, horses, dogs and chick?
ens in it, some good acting and some
line photography.
There are no stars in the picture and
none of the players is familiar to us.
Lloyd Hughes plays the young district
attorney, Gladys George is the heroine
and Al Filson the belligerent father.
Anyhow, "Homespun Folks" is an
entertaining picture and the best we
have seen in a week- It was written by
Julien Josephson and directed by John
Griffith Wray. On the picture program
also is the Capitol News and a Larry
Semon comedy, "The Suitor." The
overture is "Hungarian Lustspiel."
"The Heritage of the Red Man" is an
art color production, with a special
nuisic.il score. Desire La Salle sings
Bizet's "Toreador Song" and the Capi?
tol male quartet sings.
Mary Miles Minter is at the Rialto
;ii "Sweet L?V( rider " and after saying
that a review of the picture seems
superfluous. It explains itself ho
thoroughly that no 011? who comes out
of the theater dissatisfied can say that
he was lured in under false pretenses,
Mary Miles Minter is always sweet and
lavender is always sweet, so if you
don't like them stay away.
Lavender was almost like Pollyanna,
only instead of always being "glad"
she was always sure of people's
honesty. Our feelings on this subject
are particularly keen because W2 used
to share Lavender's faith. When Lav?
ender trusted her thiifgs to h>r maid
the maid stole them and then returned
them, saying she just couldn't rob one
who trusted her. Of course that was
sweet of tho maid, but she looked just
like the one we hired who didn't act a
bit like that. Perhaps our faith was
not great enough.
But if Lavender was sweet she was
also practical, and when she was only
sixteen she fell in love with a rich
student who lived in her aunt's lodg?
ing house and he fell in love with her
and they got their guardians' consent
and lived happily ever after,
Theodore Roberts is a forgetful old
professor-?delightful bit, of course
and Milton Siils is the hard hearted
guardian. Can this be the same actoi
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Grammar grades ?>. R. Campbell, A. il. \
8?OVII.LE SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
201- Fifth Avenue. New York
Pull preparatory and advanced stud!??.
In li\ ?dual . ai tnd super\ Isloi
For c?talos, address Miss Ko.;,'. B, I'hlsma?
The Carpenter School,
I? West End a\ . I i Oct. 4
\ ? '!;: 1st : : ' buy? PH." to col?
le-. . i lutdooi e\ .r Ise ! ? to | dally
OU 62 Wi at l?; h Street.
Ing Individ
ua I instruction i ttalov >' '"?
PRATT
Jic j-aIN'K i ptown BUSINESS SCHOOL,
i;,31 Hi oa '.'? ? ? '-' i ' '*' h St.
i.iay and E n . 71st Term.
OF ALL (B
SCHOOLS ''Il I vM-!>.'-' In I
LJlds ph tie Bryant invj.
COLUMBIA
GRAMMAR
I ***?? m.'] SCHOOL
Nub. d-7-3 W. 93rd St.
PRIMARY TO COLLEGE
l?7tl-. year begins Sept. 23r<!.
Th" results of the educational system of
tli? Columbia Grammar School are not
merely transient, for Its graduates dis?
tinguish themselves, by tholr scholastic
and personal achievement at Columbia,
Princeton, Yale, Harvard and other uni?
versities. Probably no other preparatory
BC-hool in the country ha? suri?, a 1?iko
J proportion of its Alumni among the emi?
nent and distinguished men in prot'es
clor.a 1, public an?! tlnanolal walks of life.
Frederic A. Alden. A.M., Headmaster
HAMILTON
MINSTITUTE
FOR BOYS
New home, 339 West S6th St. Open? Oct. 6.
I'ltTMARY GltAMVfAK HIGH SCHOOL.
SCHOOL CERTIFICATES for .'7 COLLEGES
RUS CONNECTIONS with East Sido. OL'TINO
CLASSES.
FANCY COOKERY
Friday morning course
of lrt demonstration lec?
tures, covering : he mak?
ing of appetizers, soup??,
entrees, fish and meat
dishes, salads, desserts,
pastries, i?".", cakes,
garnishing, etc.
Class limited.
?legist, r now at
Airs. Allen's Si'liool of Oood Cookery
Amsterdam Avenue ut ? Hh Street.
? 'ulumhus 4D:.S.
PREPARATORY CENTERS;
Vour child's Musical ?education ??ire. ted:
MR. FRANKrVDAMROSCH
Director Institute of Musical Art.
Centers have been established In districts
of Manhattan ami the Bronx, Brooklyn and
se lions of Long Island for children 7 to
12 years. Piano, Violin and Elements nf
Music. For circular apply to Secretary.
17" CLAREMONT AVE., NEW YORK CITY
NIGHT SCHOOL
All Commercial Branches
Day School Also.
A SCHOOL WORTH SEEING
Merchants and Bankers' School
Madison Ave. at 58th St., N. Y. City
Plain 2D93. S. ('. ESTKY, Director.
TRINITY SCHOOL
13t WEST ?lut STREET, New York
founded non.
Primary. Grammar anl Hig'i School?.
Prepares tor all ? Colleges
t!2th Year l?ectn?. Monday, Sept. 27th.
EVENING CLASSES
ACCOUNTANCY LAW -REGENTS -
UUSINESS TECHNICAL COURSES,
Write or telephone lor Un!!- tina
23d St. V. M. C. A., 215 XV. 23d St.. N. Y.
LANGUAGE INSTITUTE
A-TOF TRIBUNE BLDG.- -154 NASSAU ST
FALL CLASSES FORMING
ALL LANGUAGES
THE MONTESSORI SCHOOL
(573 West End Ave., New York City
Children 2',s tu ]1 All-.lay Supervision.
Vomit; Boy?, 8 to 14. MACKENZIE JLN
lOR SCHOOL. Monroe. Ornnge Co., N. Y.
LAW SCHOOL, Fordham University, Re
open? Sept 23. Woolworth Bide. Send for '
DANCING INSTRUCTION
LOVELL'S
t!37 MADISON AVE.
LKS80NS IOC
f-i lii'im? ta Uacb fe* M
cu.; all th. latvat Modert
daatea Quickly and corr?-nl?
b LESSONS $8
PlUVAl'C LISBON?
?0 A if. TO 11 P. M.
without .?jppoom?N*a.
S W IM MIN G 1N ST RI < TIO N
DAI.TON SWIMMING SCHOOL.
?i Ith St. 08 \V. 59th 3t.
New York Tribune's
School Department
v>iil gladly assist yon in the
selection of a suitable school
for your girl or boy.
Address:
New York Tribune,
t;. (. Delmonico,
154 Nassau Street
who gave one of tho most remarkable
performances ever seen on the aereen
in "The Honor System"?
There is a comedy, "Loose Lions," a
Bruce scenic, "The Explorers," and the|
Rialto Magazine.
Tho overture was "Tannhatiser," j
with Hugo Riesenfeld directing. It
was wonderfully 'lone. Edoardo Alba no !
sings an aria from "L'Africaine" and
the Rialto string quartette rendered
TsChaiwoksky's "Andante Cantabili ."
You Cannot Vote
on Election Hay if yon are not
refciairred '.
Polla open (?D-day from 5 p. m. to
10:30 p. m.
AMERICA'S FOREMOST THEATRES AND liTTS. DIRECTION OF LEE * J. I sut BERT
Greenwich Village
PROMENADt above f^'('!\ 3t
CENTURY THEATRE*.K.'\v.'
. Differ-ill Musical Productions NlghtP
CENTURY "
REVUES
Prices ?I, S'-i. S.
MIDNIGHT
ROUNDERS, ,ATo
?rice* ?1, 5;;. $3, $5.
7.0 & Il'v Et? R ' i
MAT. TO-DW.
Dining und DiinciiiK G tu oloslfl
?TERGARDEN
With the World's fir"iit<>,.t Laughmtkors,
EDDIE CANTOR GEORGE LeMAIRE
and BERT WILLIAMS
And EDITH HALLOR. Also 00 Hrcv.ly Beauties.
"HELD AUDIENCE BRBATHL?SS." j
SPANISHL?VE
"NOBODY CAN AFFORD TO M I.S.I i
'!'? ' ?Aient Dale, A merican.
CENTURY THEATRE
Curtain /.'. res Promptly at 8 o'< to? k
Greatest and Most
Drizzling
^Success Ever Known in
the History of New York
F. Ray Comstocb & Morris Gesf
A Ml
CO. OF 400?11 SCENES
First Mat. To-morrow
at 2
"THREE LIVE GHiSTS"
-Y AMUSlN?
I 39TH ST.
8TH AN? LAST WEEK
?<D_ J_1__T.i?Next
-?Thing"
<:?:> EILEEN HUBAN : CYltll SCOTT
'Anotlirr l>r ?.' Mj !?? n - M n Irr*.
i?J ?fib MONTH IM LONDON
POPULAR ?1.00 MATINFE TO-MORROW
r\V*7.c\:
sLrP:os?rr,2.\ Margaret anglin
~.I "THE WOMAN ".' BRI s/'
Tooth
! Filii'Xd^BtiHyi
45fchStW,BRQ?iDVAY
>?? *. LON?A?RE^:-^ BOOTH
?im
PLAYEO ONE YLAR IS i
"TLLY OF BLOOMSRLi' i
"A play more agreeable mid more ?ft.
(??rf?in?tiff tliatt any y/ that producid
in .Veiu York this season."?Ai>.ra>ider
It'oi ?Icclt in The Times.
LITTLE OLD NEW YORK
Plymouth w- i:'th Bt- Bva- !,;'?
* V""""" ?Jats.Thurs.&Sat., 2:20.
SHUBEHT 51
'lir Bohemians Inc. Announce?
-fiREEtfWICflWLiAGi.
FOLU?i*j2?l910#
REPUBLIC
CENTRAL ^t,^^;^?^;.'10
MT8' iPOftRBTTLI
S ELWYN SSB58\
MOiDBOOX ?MM?
A?Xi'jirS?f LftKHKS'.l CUfPT
THE B?& W&M
comedy?.?
HUDSON
Uli JAMES CRANE
\-i . luit E.
minees Tliur
48TH S?. 5S? ?*" I:'
GA R ?? I r K G?5 West 35lh Fltzroy I",;;. Evenlnjrs s 30.
*? a? *v * *-? **? Matineen Thursday and Saturday, 'J iO.
"The most brilliant plot; of the last tventy years."
"THE TREASURE''
David Pinski's ? ' a si,- Comedy.
Produced for the first time in English by THE THEATRE GUILD.
??0RA BAYES
-;!;U? GRAHAM M?PFAT
la ? ,e B " On? : D IN T
H\ t. RAH AM MOFFAT
BALCONY SEATS 50c TO I?.00
PRIHCES^
ERNEST TRUEX-BLUE BONNET
1 '.'.!?:': fi matay TKMES SQ. THEATRE PLAYHOUSE u
WERT 42nd ST. PHONE BRYANT
P.EGI I.Alt MAT.- TIM'USDAY & -AI'.
4 MATINEE?tn.nAV") ^fl Als0 THURSD
EACH WEEK 'U UH ' ?,?U & FRIDAY.
l.ArilANCi; CLARKE Presents
MME. BORGNY H?MMER
l-.-f"HEDDAGABLER'*'ssK FLORENCE REED
l.V EDG5AR SELWYN'S NEW I'l.AY
? <
THE MIRA GE"
LITTLETHEATRE^uav^??IS
the poor GIRL
ANi\A ASCENDS
"Achieved Positive Glory"
? t ? '??. .1 ?
?K PEMBEII
i,?fuTrn iJ*:iA?frn
P?CIMrt 3Q"' ?ni1 B'w?r Emi?iiti i -
UM-iS?H?!* I-or? LAR MAT. TO-M'W,
"'? GILDA \ARESI NOrVAN TREVO*.
CHI Ti"ie\? ' ^
rULI UN i
// is a talz of love ami lovers, wiih music
ami laughter and beauty?"unquestion?
ably the greatest moving picture ever
presented."?N. Y. COMMERCIAL.
"WAY DOWN EAST"
Personally Presented by I' W GRIFFITH.
44TH ST. THEA. ' > ,l!:
I'JUCES Ergs. A Sal * Sun Mais 50c.
to $2. All Other Matinees, 23r to ;: '?<>?
All Seats Itescrtcd. Huy in Advan
OwlnB to cost, Icnqth cf produc?
tion and Irinbountl contracts,
this plctur? never ran be shown
at less than first ?lass theatre
prices.
SEATS SELLING 1 : WEEKS
BROADBURST: , , r J A
HUDUtoF HONOR
"HE HOLDS HIS AUDIENCE IN TDK
IIOLIOW <)l HIS HAND.'?>,; tJeraM.
It takes
little
spat r
for this
advice?
Don't
rr: : ? j
tar
v.'onderful
thin a
at the
,4stor
Theatre!
un.i i \m r<>\
aO^/lTli
ME
ASTOR
OSCAR HAMMF.RSTF.IN'S
AN M ATTA'
" o?r? carlo
To-nliht at 8:15?"La- Glacon?a." i-'reemaii
Do Motte, Wirtler. Cnrallo, Valle Coi I., Morola.
Wrd.? "Lucia dl Lamniermoor." Vlcarli :ra
l?a] i er, Dp Itiast. Coml . <odi - i
Thurs.?"Cavalleria Rusticana." fipntlo, Karren
Cibclli. Ouarncrl. Com? , Morola; m.A "Pagliarci."
Anr.n r t/.lii, Agostii I, Itallestor. (01 1 , Soilcro
Frl.?"Madame Butterfly." N'ebuko liara, I"
Mette. Corallo, Valle. I Mi : ?
Sat. Mat.?"lohf.ncrln." Auna !Tr.; :. (juest)
De Mette, Agostliii. C mil., Ivnocll.
Sat. Night?"Il Trovalorp." M.irie ItappoM
su.'Ml, Gentle, Corail? Ballestor, Do liiasi. Coiul
Meroln.
Mon.?"Tha Barber of Seville." Eaeol iul
Da Mette, slnagru. Valle Oond . Morola
jfli' t'i $2 r>0 S" :'. ?; now sellll -
COMINO!
THE INCOMPARABLE
CARNEGIE HALL. To-m'W (Wed.) Evg, at 8:30.
CENTENNIAL CONCERT
\V IT 1 f
and Orchestra of 70
Ole Windingstad conductor.
Program, Costnmes, Decorations n
Itcplira of Original Jenny l.lnrl Concert.
l'ROCEEDS to JKNN1 UND CHARITIES
Tickt i ? on stale at Box ' iftl ??
CARNEGIE HALL??* OCT. 11 s?*5
AN . I \ ENING Willi
GODOWSKY
MASTER PIANIST
!>?als No?' on sale at l?ox Office.
I 50c to $2. Boxe* $12-915.
Knabe, Plam>.
Mgt. International Concert Bureau.
Aeolian Hall. Torn'?' (Wed.) \ ft at
: II' ''i! 1VIXII Kill)
Mgt. Daniel May -r. r.-|ilckrriiig piai
ALOMAN II All.. Wed. Aft O.-1 fi it 3
Song ltecital WIMIKKi?
A KO I.IAN HALL
LONDON
BEETHOVEN FESTIVAL WEEK
This afternoon at 3. and Oci ? ? ?.
Picket* at Hi x Offl ? Mgt. Anl
AEOLIAN HAll.. TO-NIGHT AT si:,,
SUM, KECITAI.
Mjt Wai'er AM>r*<i/i UttOlf A Humiln Piano,
c
0LUMB1A ' r.iropui,
: &
_PEEK-A-BOO /v?oh.
ALMA SIMPSON )l??
' M*wto, fu:,. Mr : ,|? Dt?hei?
..'!".,""" ?%? wi '<<?? ?? '"?" ^.i^hic
? i Trv ? ,,?/',"'.'? reader maj bave f.mad
PhonVC? ?o?Mi?x '" The Tr,bUne'
N K \Y V 11 11 K ?
Il V !> I N c. r M E V T K I
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!' amous Fiel asco Successes
PMPIHP ,r'"'- * *"??' si ..'- i -'?
CiflrJn!. Mi? \\.-,; ,VS,t . A n ?
"EXCEEDINGLY AMUSING." -Broun. Trlb,
?/"*_ SI .1 ?>, ? 1)
octor
Mai L'hurs Bnd Sal . " '."
"UNCOMMONLY FINE." V..Icott Timos
FrancesStarr "<>n?"
by Edward R
LYGE?M &S? -??<'"
"GORGEOUSLY FUNNY" Tribun?
? CLAIRE "?! S
NtW AMSTERDAM TH?ATRl
MA?5.WEQ&SAT 50>k$g 52
NcW-?N THr. ROC:- ? NEW
ZSECFELDMIDNrOffFPOlKI
tABT ?-UCKMAN OBCHESTPAI
JIM ?JAM wEMS
EVEN THE CRITICS
WERE MYSTIFIED"
GEORGE M. COHANS PRODUCTION of
THE GREAT MYSTERY MASTERPIECE
?? COHAN THEATRE 3??? v ;;
M. VWli/Tll EXTKA MAT. COU'Mlil
<T (il.OBK? FIRST MMIT
A I HIS K\ EXING VT S:SO
' <-h,<ii.". ?iJlingham present?
3 F
!} FRED STONE
In it new mueiral extravaganza *^/S
i "TIP-TOP" j3"*
: by Wina ("aid x< & ': M tiui i
'< Musi by Ivan ? arj II
lj FIRST MATINEE TO-MORROW
M - , AT-'- \,,\\ a ?' THE BOX Oil 1' E
KNICKERBOCKER, l!?a ' .< K 5?
"?Sal MAI m->r? !.
LAST 2 WEFKS. Ktra M I
6PEED LIMIT OF M SICAI nOMED'
mmmm?
JOHN l.Ol.llfN wr??tnt?
GAIETY. O'way. ??? St .\!j . Wed. A Sal . 30
GQHAN&, HARRIS ' V '. * s: F j
SAM H, HARRIS
Henry Miller .^
Blanche Bates *>&&
"THE FAMOUS ??RS. FAIR"
I'.y JAMJ.< I i Kill
S! Ktj B JU Ph ma
?^^2 Liberty;.
J^f* ?The Night Boa.',
Punch&Judy
Alan Brooks "MRS" ?, TenVs
GEORGE BOOTH rARKINCTON .
ARLISS POLDExKIN
PARKTKEA.
PAK \MOt NT l'K IT If ? ?
iVOLi BEBE DANIELS
?lfwayat | "You Never Can Tell*
I Al TO WARY MILES MINTER
' m "SWEET LAVENDER"
Critprion 1HE ?"stless sex
?y at Ulli St
TRA
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K^lh?-rine MacUONALD
i". "CURTAIN1"
!TtA VM. hunt orten
"HOMESPUN FOLKS'
".Arry Bemon Comedy,
?THE UriTOH."
:ont 12 30 m 11 P. M. Mali. 39-80c Nights 33 Sjs. '
It I Keith'? VALrSKA SURATt
H L H U L -
j:, ? Yvfrri rh
H
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?VERSIOE S&v?
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EOOIE K'IKOEN
!? A I'll.I Bah
etRTINA. HA.-":
Ji.FJivttli'? FOUR MORI
MOiiTON ft
CLARA MORTOw
LIGHTNF.K BI8TIRS
ALEXANDER
J?. K. Kvltli'a
EFFERSON
I?. s.
BROADWAY
Olive Thema?' l..m t I
? B. F. KEITH VAuOCVILLE?10 ?EATURES-I?
CARNEGIE HALL SATURDAY AFT, OCT. *
Violin Ilo'H.l KAOl L
VIDAS
Tickou lie u> $. oo n -s a- t! v office.

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