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Mme. Lemnska
Leads Audience
To New Fields
Symphonie Poem Wandera
From Old Ones Into Jun
gles V. here St range Crea
tures Snarl aud Crawl
illustrates Dunsany Poem
?
Product of Vnythingarian
Goosens School Is Given
W ith Coates as Sponsor
By H. !'.. Kr.hbiel
nder the fostej -7: care ol thi Sym
Soc ie t * ( ed tica t i o 1 i 11 the
-oos 01 apai e. At
n co' cc ' \eoiian Ha! yestei du v
a ftei: thi ungentle
hand ? the 1 hird
"L? ? ol Beethoven to the
ate ? ? ?? Anythingarian
rx pres. led b* Mme.
':'.' he I i "Beyond the
? r, V\ Know'' into ti inglcs
r j eatur. crawl and sna ri
nd ' p. ? - Ba b 01 dialect which
affeet." Por nine
-.., fias .- Iv ,r ? ?
d ge ne ral ly c ha ri ed I e
'-.(?? 1 - anofoi tc
howing an a ppre
.. ct lonate foi l he
. 51 - - N'ov 1 ha .utgi ov n e\ en
flfei te Beethoven and
>ub!i< .nio \i hat
1 and when?
e of poetical
: ?. e,ni must. as Rabe
,; - - y ? o u t o f
;?? ...???'? ii gi s." Her den on
stration at ?. cenl coi 1 ert of 11 <*
-'? ? \ v ac so infan
ile that ...; 1 nothing else
than coi 1 .1 concerned
-n ? - : ? ? e and pit> ing condo
-? ol thi masters
.? ., - admi tted.
i Mr. < 'oates pro
? ? ? ? . - longei anil
ihickoi and ambit ous. lt was
an orchestra
wil te. the tintinnabuia
01 eele.-t ! clattering >. vlo
i" .1 - - -. d
. im wa ? to llustration to
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of Thi !'...?? in
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Beethoven
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pet fanfarc as if
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- nd tim. lire. I ?.
1 Kor this ad c.ap
'?'??? - not ; he slight
Beethoven'a score.
J to th< trumpeter aro
p aj bel ind the
x n . ati : The ef
? ? our concert
ro'' ' ' ' and is rercrred to
ause i; was exaggerated
'? - korsakorT'; symphonie
' e coi
Gilinorc Protests Dotible
Tax 611 Theater Tickets
Kquiix (Mli<i;il Say-- Bonus Plan
^ iMilr! ThroM Hundreds of
ietors Oul of Work
' rank fi lliiion executive secretar\
' ' ' AclorV litj \.-soc)at:o7i. yes
t a t e n i e n t d e p 1 o r i n g
'?? ? '? :.: do il ' ng of lhe tax 1 ?
. ? ' ticket n act ioi . ? c de?
clared, would reduee theatrical activ -
f'v '' - - . actors out
?' -.' ri; r.
"Th< i-.. ? .. : ,- oppo . '. the
bonus 01 < ? -service men," Mr. Gi 11
ori said. "'The acting profession as
ympathized with the ex-service
men in general, nnd our members have
? :"":> .1 ii countless benefits to
raise money foi sick or jobless vet
"'' ' " ' : ii '" most unfair that
'? ^'" '?' - ? raised b\ a plan
' '? pi p<.louble the ta\>*s of
our indu try, u thout an* provision ; 0
????? ? the hundreds or
tbei ndustries which are equally
availah 1 .- ...... ,,?? revenoe. The
prii 0 theater 1 ckets, due in a
' easure to the alread heav* ta\r
upoi* them . alread; d*riving {'?:<? pub
i;c froni the box office. To increase j
vhese '.axe? at tuich a time would be '
MOJt iil!??trOU9."
I
McCormack an<l Eyer,
Tenors, i,ivr Kccituls
William Ba< hauft. Pinnist. ls
Also Heard Again in Yaried
Program at Town Hall
A pianiM nnd two tcnovs constituted
vesterday's rental givrrs. ln th?- after
loon at Town Hall William Bachaus,
who has played here sefetal times thia
season, was again heard in a program
0 pieces by Bcethoven, Hrahms,
Rachmaninoff, Chopin, Mangialii mui
'. w hun sc -, ed t>> reveal his
? i' uositj at its best
li th< evening, Emil Kycr appeared
foi the first turn- at the same hall,
1 His voice is light and well trained and
f it was greatH to his ctedit that hc dul
no! attempt to force tone. biM made
| thc mos: of somewhat slender. vocal
j rcsources. Among commendable IVa
' ires of his singing were fine phrasing
?>'-? excellent diction in German,
English Hnd ltalian.
Meanwhile, John M'cCorVnaek was
sing r-.j; at tho H'fppodrome. A severe
c d rei ei tlj forced Mr. Mct'oi nuw 1;
1 - car.or-! uvo concerts ?>:' his Western
tovvr. but all anxiet; as lo his vocal
. ndition was set ;it rest by his per
oi ra!.. r <H*t e\ ening, foi he t\ as
:\ in the vein umi his singing was
-1 lhe finest. Uuring the coui sc of
j the evening he introduced Herberl
Hughes, Irish com,pos,er, who sat in
thi bo.N occttpied by TMfs. McCormack,
to tlie audience, and in his lionoi sub
itod his countryman's arranaemeni
n ' "Xora I I'Neil" for a si ng h; '.' .
gan Fox.
Galli-Curci at Her Bt M
ln Recital to Aid Cliuic
Vppiauding Audience Fills Met
ropolitan and Overfl <**.?????
I pon Stage
Mme. \melita Ga'.l l' ri was hea cl
>' sterda.v aftci noon song rvcita] ;.'
the Metropolitan Opera House by an
audience that filled all available seat
ing and standing room an overflowed
upon the stage. She has sejtlpm been
heard to better advantage, her voice at
the height or' its natural beauty and
used with ea?e and facility, She was
. enthusiastically applauded, especially
for excellenl singing of "Quel fuscel
1 ' ?" <?> Pai ...i si. Val\, rde's "i'!a\ eli.
tos." Rossini's "Tarantella" and the
"Sl ndow Song" from "Dinorah."
">''ane< River" and' oth'e'r old limi
ii.-. which she gave i>s encores, were
?: v ;? h ,. better apprei ati n o*f theii
stj le, n tri eatei s mplicitj and be.au!,
than she has sometimes given theni.
>"" was ..?-,; b> Maiiuol B< ren
guer, fiul -'. and hy hi i band
Homei Sam nels, at 1 he piano, n lio n ???
i ppeared on the pi ogram as .-, - bm
POS :'.
i c ncert was givei as n benefit
oi thi Xew Yoi k i Isteopat Iii Clij ic,
" ??'?? ruately $10.501.ig realized.
Mengelberg Wms Plauriils
Beethoven, Wagner and Ligzt
on Philharmonic Program
'??'? ? Mengclberg pri ? :,? h
' '?? ?"??' e pn gram al ? s iirst ^tin
daj aftei noon coi coi I with tho i'1
mic yester d; . ar Carnegie Hail.
bi rig ig a pleasant li uch of spi i g i
? ?u ' I'' hr na i with Beethov' . '
I'astora] S- mphon"; . N .. fi -.' ,!] y , <\ b\
"*?*' g rii d's I'ur.ei ? ,-, ?-,: ,{
?' '??>' n i' ng" i r.d i - ?/.;'- "i., - ?<??,
ides."
y colored perfoi n ? . ., elTect
--1 : ,; bj i ich oi' .. sl r<-1 shading with
"7i I biia i: ?? va riat ions . tempo, The
vement brisk. wl i ?
?? o il was r. tiov ng brooV iisit-ad .,".
'? ' "':-'" ? ?? " ? - nj. but t i isual
7 I'apid I OUI ' I : ll.il, ,? | Ucj ,.
i wpnted cisun " ui!< , 0idin ?
pei'an enta changes of pace n i ir
' ? ? ony, Mi Mengclberg ;,..>? - . ?
P ' '?' ? : '? " '?: ' ? Pn ludes," but in
' '? " ' '?' i * ??? te legitimate
'?' '?' I'Stl'l ...:,- . a, ' ?' .
' ' ?'?' '?? r unusual dra nal ic i< i
: ' '??? W-'agner i n ber, an I
"?' '" i all. d to ts feet bv a "soid - ?'
liudiei ?
' with Hr-!e? ll.,, ,, , ,, :
? r . ? . ? ... : . .
'.'?-':. ? ? , . v
: *?' ' '? - ' llx I.ibr v :..
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,'???" ?????: iii rhe Au.ll
?? at ? Hh ... n-e i,i mi h
? ' ? ??????- lo N*. v \ oi ,.,-,.; |, . ,.
' ? ui n i'i) ..,t..,f2i,..
' ' ?lt'? '? SoT. t. - - 2 rn,| , ,?
- '-'.* *.'ntui i 1 hi ntei on ?- ?
"'>?? I'." -?..?* S!- . ;.,!. ,? ? ,. ,
-,' * 'ns ?n M... , ... ? ening r. brun i
l ).?? .? huberta i .imi to send "The Cl.olal
, ."' " "? - - iison, ivitl- ,
Hi ian a i I r< -.?a Kosta thi -??.-. >..??
' -r ? ?'' 1>- r Mi l li ?? n M ?^ Ko.ma anH
????iii ? I mton l ? .. ? th, ast i f rhe
... - ? r stamboul "
tr.i Garden < ).. im guest lonor
-' ? >? utino i f " hi r . . .. '.;??;
in Mhxinc Elliotl s I'l,.., ? ?
lealriceAllen hn.i h i ?--?...?,. ...,.
"T rhe nrlncirpal roles n Droken htra nchn?
?> 1, Ic tl Is now -, : ? !:<?,, ? sa
?: ?? ? Marbe wi be in l.itth M iss Ita " ? ?
? ~ il conied li .. ln :- bubpi is n
to l.Un '
? ??: io i l-i..!)??? i :. nd hi nUvi-i w - o
"i cilal ai he Town Hall on ^^ ? di ? ??..- ,
ning
1 be -,.-.,
x ?' s wil give ,: s fourth
seasot i th ".-?..?
ai'irrr oon. ?* hen - ,
: i C1 v ,1, i
? ? - < ioi r., i
: .? - hii h tl,P SIO l
.. ' ? ? ? 1*1 la :? i ; .-? ?? i i .-, ? ? Ehl pl ? 1:<
' "??.h >""?' Theatei .w,.,,,P paSseg
i' by K r-nneth ' ? .. !,.
lohe ?,??.. . ..,. Wa Ilut ' I I'. -,
? ?? ?? '?' Rla nel atd anri "W siion T, i .
b I. . hei !?'.? -i an - he ph - ?<
Dra ? .
present l.u lion :.? b
1 ? n Vebei ?nd llcnrj dr Uo -?? ?? n ihi
Ph ? Hotel on Saturdai evening Mitii
? i ili Ri bi r oi thc Thfjitr- -los mis
' '? ? ' s ?? ,: ; . .. ii th- ead ne
? ?:?? : p ' hu^sdaj . : i,, ? .- ?? ? ,.- ?
' ??',.?? midnlght l>ei ror'manri p ot
: ''.-?;-!'., o ? - a.i lhe Pi : Theat' -
Tln iVedn, sda.\ i. ., i ? ? ? be ? na l ?
? ? ? and ts | ? I bi ' ken b>
thi -. ghl ;?:???., i ? ? ,?? Thui ?.. ?
'i'l pe>-| anc-e ol Maiiolaiin i thi
Brobdhursl Theater on Tuegdai even i ,:
F< l nat ??? . l iviI bi foi i he b- nefl of th,
N?w >,,!.. i: .spital N'urser.v,
; '- . Ilagg ' has : eatod a li ing pos
lo represent St V'alentii ? ? Da\ and ii ? .
i,? se-n in "The Midnighl Frol e." to moi
n ghl Mary Pii kford and Douglaa
r banks will h- n 1 h< audlem ?
' .\ Bii of D ,...?,? reaches its 1 50th :
\ ? ? york ? ? -? tution at l he Tlines
^ijuare Theater to-nighi ln l.ondon i -.
:?? t'nr ils *< rc hd i '?.. ?
<n and .lai Do!l -
ent of fl v ?pi 2 v h he ii i' h
??leiir-B opening ai the }';'.. Sev Vorl
. ; Orpheu l> ? ??? . ne.\i 2 inda
'i'i ey will ;. j pea i .,' t wc Keith i hea ' ? ? ?
, ... h \- ??? The sisl, - ha - ?? .itlj
turr.erl to N'ew Vork froni London, where
ihej appetared foi io consecutive n-r7s
I h" mis )'r rosrumes and f-iiip-r fn:
' I'ins and Net-dles" finally have arrived,
?nd they will be lntrodur-?d at to-day ? i
ruaune* at,".h? Shubert Tttea'.er.
On ihr Scree
n
! Nazimova Does Won<l?*H'ul \rl
; ingiu'V-V Doll's House"; Seena
0*e>ei> Mars in **Baok I*av"
By Harriette L'ncleihill
Mme. Orga Petrova lells a stor*, abom
a manager,. weli known in Xew Vork.
When she asked him how he likcd her
play, 'The White Peaeock," he replied.
"Not so much
"But every one tells me il is like an
lbsen play." rcspon.lod Petrova. "Sure,
lt is." said the manager. "I think he's
rotten, too.'1
I'ev peopN- are h1- frank ns this
manager, though we did hear o.w wom?
an in frojit bf the Strand TheateV yes?
terday, where "A Doll's House" is play?
ing, tell the tnith. She was only talk?
ing to her husband, howevi r, and -vhat's
lhe use of keeping up any pretenco be
fore one'- hu-band.
"Let's go in here." she said, I liato
lbsen, but 1 adore Nazlmova." An.l
Nazimova justified her faith, for her
performance in this lbsen play. which
United Artists have put on the screen,
is the best thing she ha - done in years.
II seems as though lliis very nicc
Xora could not possibly be that very
atrocious Camille which we <?w <*
few weeks ago. But still, we cannot
understand why people put such stories
.-.- "A Doll's House" on the screen. If
Anila Loos oi Eddie (Joulding or l-'ran
ces Marion did it what would people
think? A story which takes you over
six years of married life to show you
lhat a woman'! Fears are llnally real
i/.ed and thal her husband finds out
ll at "die once borrowed money lo save
his lif lhat i: all there seems to be
lo I ? ? story, Xow, of couise, we know
that it is really ? story of two people
who live together without ever under
-tanding one another, but there is no
great novelt- iu thnt, either. N'eitbei is
there any gasp of apprch. nsion as Xora
announces that she is going to leave
? 1 husband and that only the miracle
oi miracles can bring them together
again.
"A Doll's House" contains no screen
material; at least that is our opinion,
I' is nol an Interesting story; it has
no beginning and no end. The screen
should amuse. entcrtain oi thrill and
also please the eye. "A Doll's House"
does v.or.c of these thlngs. If il were a
brand new story it might hold the inter?
est, because oni would sit through ?: ex
pecting lomcthing to happen. One,
Iiovev.er, would be disappointed. N'oth
ing ever does happen in "A Doll's
House. h might make a good pro
logue, and now why doesn't some one
eet bus> nnd write a story about what
happened to Xora after she won: out
into t ii'- snow "
After all,' n ovic and ences are an
' nthusiastic lot. Yesterday they cntire
'..;' fprg t lhe very had pictures which
Xazimova has been giving them, and
they applauded her performance in
this nowest picture. \r.d we regarded
'?' ?' w : " .? oi di es: amounting almost
? o roi givi i ess, .--he is a strange per
and the i lusions she can create!
N ' pi sh. -". ings on the gate vou
? ? sweai she was not more than
'?' : ' 'ars old, and somet imes she is
"'? ? '' and sometimes sho is thirty.
Bui ..' ate er agi -he wants yciu
" thii she is that is the age she
S)*e never seems like an
Ire
vi Jl
or the occasion,
noticed that X'orma Tal
? ??;'"" wa lik '"?? azimova. and yester
i ???? ?' ? thal N'azimova. in her
ii. tranqu I moments, was like Mi>-.?
'1 al nadge
Vlnn Halc give^ a cood perrormance
as the husband, Torwald I1":-' ar. Xi^e!
Dr. Rank and Wedgwood
ell is the moi ey-1e'nder. t liar
' :? nt d irecu d I he nict ui e, and lie
' deserves nothing but praise.
" --i- '? ???' iharc thr. honors with
Xn; novn,
1 ' e eo.ly is a Mermaid called
"'': " ? : o Easy." i' : 'nsed bv Eduea
tional i ilm Th - v e did not see. but
' ' "" "a Hex Beach week end,"
' takes n on ;, h ip to the wilds
-' 'th thal | opular authoi We were
1 ! ' ' that we were nol in\ ited i'm a
moi l ii.
Tl ? overture is "Peer Gynt Suite "
K'ttj IcLaughlin sings "Inflammatus,"
from Stahat Mater."' The Strand Male
Ouartei sings "Carmena" and "The
man.'
^ '"'" Seena Ow. n told us that she
was mnk ng Fann e Hurst's "Back Pay"
1 : " screen we wondcred how they
? ' ei going to get a picture oul o'f
it, and if they did what thev were going
to do about the censors.' Thev have
g " a picture out of it. however, anrl a
good one too; and they have propitiated
ihe censors by throwing to the lions
four or five or six of Hester's lovers
and l< aving only one in evidence. They
have also eliminated all rererence to
"the i ?? tveling salesman.'' etc. Ilester
: ??''??' have .jumped straight from be
i.-7 -i respectable elonk model into the
arms oT Bafney Sherry. so far as any
ri ference to her pasl is permitted.
Only once are you allowed to glimpse
the trut .
'? his i; when she arises at a banquel
and raising her glass says; "Well, if
'the wages of sin is death' then I've got
ar. awful lot of back pay coming to
me. And Ilester collected nil that
back pay, too. before she finished. One
usually does, it seems, Cor it's strange
how closely lire seems to imitate ihe
stage and the movies. N'aturc hold
. ing up the mirror, pcrhaps,
The picture possesscs a sweet.
romantic something which the story
in the original lacked. Probably Miss
lui st never intended that it 'should
?VI :' ! ? ,"-i' there is something about
beena Owen that makes any part she
I la> ' ?? sympathetic one. She has a
spiritual quality that has nothing what
ever to do with beauty. Miss Owen
isn'l a beauty, if you except her mar
?" u ly slender grace, which makes
v" ' '''''"' '";,, you will immediately eut
out that extra b-aked potato which vou
had decided to allow yourself in the
hope that it wouldn't add more than
an ouncc to ..our weight.
Matt Moore plays Jcrry Xewcombe,
thev village sweetheart, who could
symvafhizo with but, never understand
. Hestei crepi de chine soul." When
we read the story Jerry seemed quite
a different son of person to us but
now lhat we have seen Matt Moofe's
" ,""')1 ?e are quite willing to ac
''!'? tnat, He makes Jerry a verv
re,-,; poison; as a matter of fact a pie
":"' coul'l hardl; rail to he interest?
ing with Seena Owen and Matt Moore
1,1 '!' Ih",v "e two of the niccst
people on the screen. Barnev Sherrv
is very good, too, as the casygoine
?j maire who should have been the
ivillain of the piece, but who wa<
really anything but a villain. We
have an idea lhat villaina are 8eldom '
vlllainous if you really know them
Frsnces Marion has ninde an px
cellent scenario nnd Frank Horr.ftgc
bus directcd tbe picture with line
iniaginat ion.
One of the t'haplin rfivivftls is on
thc bill, It is a hnrlesrjuf on "Car
men" and we only wish it migiit have
hnen shown the week that "t'nrinen"
wbh shown, Needle s to say, it ia
fnsctnat ing, and tlie "t'armen" niuuic
has been fittcd to it wlth consldcrftble
license. Some of the music is beauti
fully jazzed. Charles plajs Don .lu?c
ealled Dnrn Hosiery in the picture.
Edna Puivisnce is Carmen and Hen
Turpin i* something in the v.ay of
a smuggler.
Tho overture is "American Fantasy"
and there is a pictoria] settlng for
| Kamenoi-ostrow, tlie world-famous
masterplece by Anton Rubinstcin.
Ai the Capitol "The Four Horsemen
of the Apocnlypse" is playing for a
second wcjk. At the Rialto Cecii de
Mille.'s "Fool's I'atadise," ti lihn vrr
' nion of "Thc Lnurels and the Lndy,'*
I by Leonard Merrick, which ian so long
j.-tt the Criterion, is the feature.
I American Idcals
ln Arls Extolled
Al Societv Dinnor
Poets, Playwrightg, Singcrs
aml Stage Folk Enter?
tained at Field Day Gathet'
iuu: O. II. Kahn Presides
The Society of Arls and Rciences
entertained st dinner in the Biltmore
last night arlists, musicians, sculptors,
poets, playwi ights. singera and staRe
folk, who were gathered together to
di.scuss "An in America." Otto 11.
Kahn piesided. Ue introduced in turn
Marie Joritza, Louis Anspachet. George
Gra> Barnard, Claire Sheridan, Rich
t.nl Bennett, Ysaye, Charles Dann Gib
son, Sophie lrene l.oeb, Lichard Le
Gallienne, Gutzon Borglum and others.
Mr. Ktrhn snid that he found a great
idcalisni under Ihe matter-of factness
of America. Reneath the common
plncencss, the discordance, the jazzi
ness end Main-Streetnes of our people
there is, he said, the raw material Tor
a great aitistic devclopmont,
Richard Bennett took ti Ring al Dr.
John Roach Straton, saying the clergy
man must at some time have hoped to
be an actor, aml wns now giving vent
r? rhe biUerness of disappointment.
Dascribing the artiatic impulscs of
the children coming before the Gliild
Welfare Bureau, Sophie Ireno l.oeb
suggested that Mr. Kahn and some
other wcalthy men build a conserva
tory of music somewherc, perhaps in
Westchester, where the undcvcloped
geniuses of the Ghetto could have their
chance.
Richard Le Gallienne pointed to
Denmark as one country where it -was
neithi-i ;i disgrace nor h joko to he a
poet. Ife descrihed the niajestic e:i
tratice oi Henrik Ibsen into a Copen?
hagen cafe, nnd drew from it the
nference that Denmark did not have
to insull its poets at home to sell it?
butter abroad.
Mary Garden, who was lo have been
.1 guest. wrote that. sho had been coui
pelled to seek test at Atlantic. City
after the last performance of "Salome,"
.-?.nd Marcella Sembrich telegraphed
t.iat she was iii with influenza.
Filnis Lure ;fcChiek*' Trieker
Bowery Ex-Saloon Owner to
Dirert Underworld Features
In the d--ys when "lin pianos" linkled
behind t'ne ?wlng;ng doors of hundreds
ol resorts on tlie Bowery, "Chick"
Trieker, of (i" Bayard Stroet. was the
"boss" of seven saloons between Park
I'ow and Delancey Street. Next week
"Chick" will enter motion pictures as
a technical director of underworld
features and serials, he announced yes?
terday.
"Chick" is considered t.he most wide?
ly known nf all Bowery characiers wilh
the exception of "Chuck" Connors, He
was born and grew up on the Bowery.
Ile mado a fortune there and retired
?*rom business a year before prohibi?
tion. He decided to come out of re
tirement only when picture interests
began reaching for him. Several com?
panies have made him orTer", and he
will decide which one to accept early
next week.
Give Your
Parly al
Late
Bi
ouievai
cl
41st Sh'ccl, Jusl East of Broadu'ay.
The jolliest "affairs" in New
York are held at the Boule?
vard. This renowned restau?
rant with its festal atmosphere,
its famous cuisino and its
eaptivating music, is truly
thc place for a "good time"
and tlie charges aro most
modprate. Private rooms for
sinall and iarge gatherings
Hie available, or you can enter?
tain your guests in the main
ilinintj room.
SPECIAL
LIXCOLN'S HIRTHDAV
DINNER. .$2.00
TO-DAY
Dancing from 8 P. M. to Cloaing.
"41 Stcps from Broadlpai>" on 41sl St.
j&k
PmGciy
BAUME
BENGUE
_tAWAI^IE?|QUt, *t^
:[#'Sbre Muscles
THOS. LEE.MINC fr< CO. MEWvnii
ENCHANTTNG 1IA.B00MS
RESTAURANTS
ANID_JC:OFFEE SHOPS
TEA ROOMS
THE TYBEE V ^AST ;'0,h street.
I lla. I IBfct Opp. Martlia Wa?l:li1Kt,jn Hoial
? , Scu,?Vo"li'" >.."*>t beautl'ul tea room
-'? '?-''. -n- Dinner, 85c. Sunday, 1 to 8 r. M.
POINSETTIA TEA?R0"M-, ? Weal 39th 8T.
. liune I ')' na' -c 7J01
? ?>?" ooked chi ken a...- .?.?(<)* tllnn-i 85e
nilleon, Mlc Also a 'a lane Sfrtir-j.
THE GREEN WITCH
08 E. IIlli St,
ken Dinner, ioo.
1'!"s.prj Sundav.
.? ? ?V; 1V" C' A- <"AFETERIA
.'*? W. 36(h St. Open 10:30 A. M? 7:00 T Hf
Men and Women Serred.
TEAKOOMS
BROWN BETTYT "??'"'
i?-ii , ' Near Woolworth Bld?
_L>ellcl0UB_ Speclals D?lly *'
K KSTATRAXTS
Marie Erther Ke?taurant. 13 Ka?t rmii st.
Aft.rnoon Tea. Al.,'? ,a Cy"^..^^!:
THE WILLlAM^~^^^7rr-i
Miss Lenskn Conccrl Slar
I _
i Contrallo DHighiH Audience at
lhe Metropolitan
For the Sunday night concert nl the
; Metropolitan Opera House InFtt ni|*ht
the services <>r seven soloisls were en
i listed, hesiilesi the house orchestra
under the direction or Mr Eisler. Tbe
| inclement weather did not prevent n
large audience from nttending, nor
I dampen their enthuslasm, 'I'he out
.standing feature of th. evening was
l the singing of Augtistn Eenska, con
tralto, ol' whom little has been heard.
, Sh?> disclosed a beautiful voice nnd ?
! ronoseful, outhoritative style iu an
| aria from "l,e Prophete." Other items
j worthy of note were "Woiun's Faro
| well" from "Die Walkuere," snng by
, I.ouis RozSft, and a Capable perforni
:nnee of Liszt's "Ilungarian Fnntasy" by
1 Victorin Boshko,*planist,
Arina were COntributed also by Mary
I Mellish, .Icanro Gordon and Giulio
I Crimi, hikI 'eello numbers by ll.-ini ich
I Wai nke.
<JiineHe Olebrate Eleventh
Anniversaiy of the Kepuhlic
The Hip Sing Tong held a dinner nt
ihe Chinese Delmotuco Restaurant, 24
j 1'ell Street. last night. iu coiiHiienioi n
tion of lhe eleventh anniversary of the
tounding of the new Chinese Republle
One hundred Chinese and ioo Cauca
? sians attonded. Eugene Driscoll wa-;
t oust mastei.
The speakers were Dr. Carlcton
Simon, Special Deputy Police Coinmis
I sioner in charge ol' the narcotic divi?
sion; Robert Harris, director of lhe
' China News Bureau; Alfred W. Mc
Ciimi, Ralph Oyler, chief of the nar
cotic vquiul of the l'nited States In
ternal Revenue loree. und Edward Ylng
' Cong. secretary of tho Hip Sing tong.
CARNEG1F. HALL, TO-DAY AT 2:30
\ lnl.I.v ItEOITAL. (STBINWA-i I
TOWN HALL, Moii. Afl., Feb. 20, nl n
IVOGUN
u. K- llamlln 1'iai
CARNEGIE HALL, WED. AFT., FEB. 22
f?l -i Th ;<: nnd [.nsn Hnellal JOSF.F
HOFMANN
Ti'kM.a No.i al I'.oj ?tm
N. Y.
ALBERT COATES con^&or
Carnegie Hall VT\:^' ?,,,:hb?{?
SoloUI. SILOTI I'iaiils. '
Hympliony \"o. 5
Wonderer r?r'n,v
l-o. me -:- 1-KxtBHe
TsehnlKowsky
-i lililx-rl -r.',s/.l
"-eriubine
>?..riic iihii, >Mt. .vn., |,.|, ]S
vinplion.v ( onrfi-t for Voiinrf IV..pie
"? FLORENCE EASTON
Ti.-Wr-. ?, ,,.., oiTlce u,orw Kng,eg ??
TOWN IIAI.I. Suniln, r,c leh ,?
I iKSJ \ Ti H,l.\ UEi [TA l.- -~|;|{\ \
RUBINSTEIN
Tlie Sensation of lhe
Philharmonic Orchestra Concert Feb. 3
'Witli <y.,., ,.|os,.,| ??, .)M | easllv
m.it.ne.l iih i,ei!:C ?J?, rd by F.ln-an, ,?? even
bv lIHfet/.."?H. i. l i?,-l? v > ., ,. ,.,,.
la> eiti-Bonliimry, IndeiMl."? \ v >?,?,"
-Ahe llna (lie p?Ue of n Kreisler "_Talaavn .
M-G-MENT DA.VIEL MAYI.B St.lnway9fi.n;
ws
EIGHTH BILTMORE
FRIDAY MORNING Ml sn \ii;
HOTEL KILTMORK, Keb. 17. ai ||.
ROSA GIACOMA
itaisa Rimini
\N EXCEPTtl i.VAL PRi "il; \ \|
THE NESGHBORHOOD PLAYHOUSE
FOR A UMITED ENC.AGEMENT
'^'nV; TO-MORROW NIGHT. 8:30
EVERY EVG. EXCEPT MONDA"Y
WITH MATS. on SAT. <\ FEB 22
AUGUSTIN DUNCAN and His Company
"S. S. Tenacity"
and "THE MONKEY'S PAW"
AEOLIAN IIAI.I,, TO-NIGHT \T M|,*,
BEETHOVEN
ASSOCIATION
HKIFETZ UORTSI HAK
1'OI.UIN "VI 1.1,1 KI,
MEADER I5ARK11II
GIORNI HOS
Tickets ai H"v . >iii- ...
TOWN Hfll I iVEOWESDAY EVENING.
lUfVIl flMLL FEBHUARY 15th. ..t K:J0
SjECOND and LAST ?i;< | | A l.
YVETTE
GUILBERT
AMI HER l-I.A*. KRS
M?t. Mrlen Love. I W. .14th. Knabp Plnno
FeTz,,;"":"^ ORATORIO
Socictj of New Vork
A CAPPELLA CONCERT
,.??, EVA GAUTHIER
Al.HRKT STOESSEI... Cond
7-w^io J2.cn ?i h,,k Offlce or I u. ;;? gt.
K.VTIiA CONCERT llUlKqtKS'l""'
Friends of Music1
Mahler s lied Von Der Erde'
Mme. Charles Cahier <<>ntrUitui
Orville Harrold T?-?
Tlckets at Ilox Offlce anrl ol Miss Holcn l/.vo. 1 v. 34
{iA^E(i,K TO-MORROW(^,li^i*, ?*
Rachmaninoff
TICKU3TS AT BUX OFFICE
Dtreetion C. J. Foley. St-lnwav Piano.
( nmetfie Hall, Wed. Aft., Teh'y 15. at 3
VIOLIN nECITAL-.IOSFF
BORISSOFF
Mft. DAME!, MATER. Knabo Piano. \
TOWN HALL. Tuvnda-*. Feb. 14th, ?t SiIIO.
SIR PAUL DUKES
"Secret Servica in Red Russia"
AMIKKVX rOHKMOSI TIIF.ATRKS AND HIT8, DIHBCTION OF I.F.K AWD .1* r. HlllTtKKr
IWMUWI^ ^^ J0LS0H'S59lliSf.'i. ? v. ?'?*.. ": ' Century
rTOTTggggg
briAHLtS PUHUfcLL
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Inu lliibert Ivli.nei. nl, Mi.Ml.i. sl.Hl... JL?*,"'l'";?
MARIE NORDSTRQM - - - JAMES WATTS C
TO-HIGMT. 8:*o
HAL FORDE & GlfZ RICE ^Wl'V",
,| ., linx'-M e I."
W IS !'?? ? IJ ' ? ? " i. '
mm$
" iill.lNMM, TO NIOIIT, BtRO
MONTMARTRE SHUBERT
11 r> l 11> \ \ MATINFF, I '? !' \ *?
Then I itll I & U "?? I l>C' I "^ I
M,l ?[., ;,? Wetl ni i -? it
S?iiib?/1)RIDE Muimjera
' MOSCOV*
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49THST, ";AT.
SPECIAL MATINEE TO-DAY
LAST WEEK . ,
QPfNlftG WBt> , 't -?.
E5TEUS *w^f
KOlAMD irouxo
9 RIT2
Ambassador
ll'll '.IM ! : ; ? ? 111 ?
BROADHURfT
11 ' i ,'.*-. '.
3RI IAI 1
MilE
n.HBOilPN C,OPD"N IN< pietexfS
Vorl I \ K M 1 TIM I. I O I> \ i
Arthtf
Hopkim
PreaenU
f VA!
Pauline Lord
"Anna Chmtie"
ihderbilt; k\ ?*
?
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JOHN GOLDEN Pretenti
"The rreepienl mystery pl?y I ever Jaw
? more r.xciting tban '1 !ie B?t'---? solid
evening of ?t?rt*. tlirilit and rlsmmy
creop*, set off by byjteriral lnughter. '
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THAM-U ? n?l?. F 2
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MMOI.n ItlKTIIDA'l 'IWIM1. rO-DAl *l 1 '*<??
S1AGED HY WINCUELL ^Mllil -
MOROSGO \
?*' Mata. To ilsy. W?i 4 ^.it al .' 10
Holiday Matinee To-ctay
Sensation N. Y. and London .??
HOLIDAY MATfNEE^ Af THESE THEATRES TO-DAY
BfJOu
Maxina Elliott's
IMM.II> \*? M VI I "> 11 I <> l> *\ *.
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Sldntj B
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I * S?l
7\. r;.' Vnrt./i-i ?, on r<jBJo/ r/iei'i 7'oc.
Stati NOW Selling 8 Weeks Ahead
?>!?!< IA!- IIOMUAY WAT1NKK TO l>\\ .|?HPptl
REPUBLIC ?.H.E.A;
SELWYN
B*?? In y""^ J T"'-ii i J-qrrmht.
A '-II ^H \ ! -
SDWAID Y
PKC'IAI IIOUIUY MATISEE TO-1IA1 COMEC'V
ELTIHGE ? mt,m firTfiM-,"?'-. ro-?
Mme. PETROVA
r,RI.ENW!'*H VILLAI.F. TH. Mat?. Thuri. * 8
K-:i -' !'? i Rl a
>li;( I \I. HIM II) \*. MATINKI TO-DAY IIUnA Di
MATINEE TODA^V
II T; WHOGETS I FULTON THEATRE
li. l.i SLAPPED ! 4^th str?.t. w?{ o' Orondwjj
? KVGS, 8-.30. MAT1NKKH TO-OAV, WKDNKSDAY AND SATIRDAY?
MA:LNriRS BACK TO METHUSELAH !r^MH^
? i/i (b 0/ Thr ??< ;??? -/?
M ? :
One Wr.k I n
CENTRA!
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4 KlUSUAl CCAr.f r.-v
HOI ll> \\ MATINKKS I O -l? X ^_
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LAST vVEtS
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METROPOLITAN ?HPo"AE
TO-DAY MAT., Ill '- - BUTTERFLY.
I'arra-, 15,? ., I'rlail Srnll \l ? ai ? i
TO-NIOHfui - "aToa ?-;-' \|,i-^. ? ., , r.
Marllm ? Hm I - M ? loran ? ?
WEI). I $.1.7 LE ROI O'YS. KUh 1'
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THUI'S. 'Pl MAT. . : ; LOMENURIN.
' il \'.. ? n I-- ~--i Im, lt,,!>sa Cua
'..'..? II Ito.lei -.
3 HURS a MAN"o~N !?- M.rlaii - -. -
Ir-. Kr-citi, Whl'c .; Hc In llassolmaus
FRI. ai " : . SNOW MMOEN. Borl IVArlo
PH "ii- l?: llarr' !5 ?' :? I ? -. l ;i.. n ,
SAT. ? BARBER OF SEVILLE, (lalll 1 -
i " inilec, lie 1/, ?-,. Mm l - -. Malatesta. r
SAT.. -. I'-i- l'i -- DON GARIOS. |'(,
(loiMon 11*111: Mm- ? :.,. - DJdor I'api
NEXT MON. ui -. ANDHE CHENIER '.:-.
I'al.w ',:- ll - - I Ku.lu Mnrai i i
AID A
Mm - l.n: .
CARUSO FOUNOATION CONCERT
Metropolitan Opera House
Sunday, Feb, 19, at 3 P. M.
MMKN. \|.D \. FARR VR, i. \l | l
< I R( i. GORDON. "IAT/.EN XFF'i"
I'ONSFLLK: MM. I1AMSR, 1)1 Iti \'
"H'l It. GIGI I II U-KOl.n m \KTI
NELI.I, MARDONES. EOTHIEK.
Kntire i>roeee<is ilonateri to tlie I'ermn
".'T.',}':\"t':"'"''"< ?'"''? "'' ""' *'ARI ><>
AMERICAN ME.MORIAI. I Ol M>ATION
Tlekels Sl.-.n t? s,j ,,t uox offieo
v. iv i H r i \
. -M.UiV i' - ?iI,1:N' ti-nernl Dlreclor.
MANHATTAN y?*
FOI RTH *.". El K
TO-XIGIIT, <. "TiiniiliiiiiKcr." I;.-.-. \"an
',>;."'--. "I.".' !?r- " i\,-,.,. 'oriuiBes'."
Im.s.K' ;-., ' li,.s|( , aTr.jii-a, * *o t I
?*-'???. I. !'""?- i Kvley. (..iiki-H ,,
sky Hall. i .'..,,,1 Scrare I'rnkollort
. V"! .','-, " ?f ""' >-"'1"""" " fUisa,
1 lukraliisky Hallet ' I'nnrl riniln" "' '
Tlims.. "'1'tini-.'" I'ai-.lrn. Riich. ' |*.u
fiailli. . I'la.'SM. i. -. . -..,..i. Grovln -
I ri.. "I'nglincei." I >ux. I appa - 11 U
laimfl .... | I'iniini. An.l " | |?. Hirili
iluv iu ih,. Inruntii." I'a\ :??-. . luki ,
"ky. li,.il.-i . -.,,,.; i,in . Ii-'m ,.
SiH, Mnl.. "Aldn." Ilaiaa, \ .,,, uortlon
Sai. Nlfi-lil. "Saloine." I'ar.l.'n. |>,-|...';,;:.
Final Week?Mon!, Feb? 30lh!R"Mu?Oi,."
I'u.v S.-lilpa, Magueuai. I'ayan. Coml
l-ri.'..,:' Sl ,? *; Orcl... *.-,. ?? ??? ,:#
(Mason ? llamlin. (he Ofllelal L'iunoJ
SEATS FOR HEIFETZ TO-DAY
tfl D E E) A ISea,s for A11 ?p**r*"s
Urt'KA! All Locations
TICKETS ' JAGOB'S
D ,. D TICKET OFFICE
Iho-ie Fita Roy j NORMANDII
1 i a a HOTEL
* * ? ? I B WAY 4 3BTH ST.
PHILKARMONI/7
? CONCERTS OO'f SEASON H
1 M?NCELB?KG u&x'*\,
METROPOLITAN OI'IOKA HOISE
TO-MORROW NIGHT, ?:M)
CORELL1?MOZART?SCHUBERT
Camejrle Hall. sm. Kvjr., Feb. 18, H::io
BERLIOZ DERl SSY?SCHl HERT
Sunday Afternoon, Feb. 19, S:0<>
HELEN TEM MNEK TAS, VioUnUC
Weber?strausH?Mor.url ? Kavel
Eelix l'*. l,.'ir.*ls. Mrt. Stolnway rh.no.
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...... -rlaj O?nton m t^? Vor d
, . CET TOGETHER
I*. TO
Bverj Day
- LOBW'S -
STATE V-r^
Joiit, II AM. to li I'M
VIOLA DANA
"Tha Fourtcenth Lover,"
Barnna & Wonley.
MU 30&~iiiifti. 60c t Antlra * Qlrti, ?ttiar*.
N I. \\ VOIIK'S ! I llli\i, THI. \ ! R
ll - I f i ! - - !
EMPIRE :; .,: .. ; ? . KEVAMsn OT^&J"*i \
J XTUA HOI.IHW MAT. io-DAY, 2:10. HAT5.WEE .'" - -
"Doris Keane Glorious.";, ?? ? * .-?, TiieqipKMC
LiniuuCZARINA P0c :c 3PECHARM
Henry miller s - - -^ ,-? say
MA\*r,Vii:^- ,;-; Naticnai Anta' il^U^i. . "\Mfi
BELASGO ? ':?- LYGEUM rLfSTt
VAT TIDAY. 2:20 Mu
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kiki ox-KK- ZIE IFEI HI FROLIC
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SPECIAU HOLIDAY MATINEE TO-D/
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MAR:e ,,;
Ir.-d.-rir k I'
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il Midniqlit Performance Thursday, II
GEO.M.COH FDfANS
GLOBE
'i cs ??:>?
CKERI . ..
Marn. Thla Week: TO-DAY WED and WT ^?^ ' ""..../ "? -
timk~sq.?mftti ; E^T^BULLDI DRUMMOND'
ALLAN POLLOCK in ^ matthe*s
"A BILL OF D1V0RCEMENT" _ . ? .*
wlth JANET BKKCIIKK. ,-- *~??* GA
53081 ML'S-'CHALL '.- ,-.,.., , j. ., ft A1L , ?' ' !1EI ISb^HM
SHUFFLEALONS <;:,, . ^ f^|L5ij JARI8 !
Extra MldnlOht Performance Wpdnr$d.i> at II 10
ULvF LYNN"'fONTANNE MARYSHAV/ "GHOSTS"
CORT ,:,v^r; ^WALLAci'lEDmN
,: ' "CAPTAIN APPLEJACK"
music b 0 x kr?? .s "MUSIC EOX REVUE'
l. ,..,,,., r,,.s '..-., Willlam Colller, t'lorenep M"or,< Wllria Beni tt Ioi ? "
Kvg.sK ri S'lin Ma'ta Sawyet, Solly Ward. trvinq Berlln, aasaN
IH 1>A\ \Vi-il nnil' S:i" sl ' !' "" ? - -' t 1
!?*^I^HH';iS "SIX CYLINDER LOV?" i!
R
H> Funnj<* llurxt.
? nij at \ I'uramount Picture.
4?th St R1VOI.1 OONCKRT ORCH.
"KHIM.S I'AK \DJSI."
Tlinea \ l'aramounl Picture.
Sttuar*. r *>M' >l.TS R1ALTO ORCH
CRITERSGN ^VNK.:Noo^^;'Vr
"WHERE IS MT WANCERIN6 BGY TO-HiGHT ?"
f^* *1? sr u,sto? fev\#
E/Y'THEPRODIGAL
JUDGE' LD*V.S
9-A.M,\o ^IDNlOrTT 1 NtW larrySr-ni.m Comedy.
CAPITOL
"THF. FOUR HORSEMEN
OF THE APOCALYPSE"
JS'waj ai il St. CAPITOL I'lSAM) OKOH.
tranDna.zimova
COLUMBIA B.'??K. 1Tk:'? Dail-V- BurtMOtie
WWkWmUIH at 47th. 2 15 & 8 IVl'iv IyU,
JACK SINGER SHOW ** i!
l< frtccs
HARF
LANDER.
ABEL BURKE
.;;.;: SOCIAL VALUt^
RICHARD BARTHIUJSJSS
,? -rO'-XBLE DA\iOitt
AN? SUPREME VAUDEVUff
SSS3-' y^"-?&
ARrULEXj Harold L!o>J. I? '* b
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