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S/RLOnJE^VlES
Newspaper critics, trade paper
critics, and the critical public are
absolutely unanimous in acclaiming
When Knighthood
Was In Flower
Greatest of all motion pictures
"It merits visit after visit to .
grasp all its glories", says Tho
Evening Telegram.
"The handsomest and most ex?
citing picture I ever saw", saya
Rev. Percy* Stickney Grant
"It stands as a monument to
the ipHustry", says Motion
Picture News.
Indefinitely at the
CRITERION
BROADWAY AT 44th STREET
Crested by A
Cosmopolitan Paramount
(*& 0
Twice daily at 2.20, 8.20
Sunday Matinee at 3 p. m.
Admission 50c to g 1.50
Directed bv
ROBERT G. VIGNOLA PRODUCTIONS Picture
CDHBO KniGHTHODD
??HS in FLO??BR
ffWAY
AT
5ISTST.
?? WORLD'S LARGEST AND FOREMOST MOTION WCTUftf ftfctACf
EDVARD BOWES MANAGING , DIRSCTOft
The one ?jreat -American.
author who tells his own story
on the screea has written ana
directed a perfect picture
'wiU lemember
CAPITOL GRAND ORCHESTRA, Erno Rapcc, Conductor
"1812" OVERTURE
Impressions of
"The Fortune Teller" (Herbero
?OLO?KTS: Cast of r.i?Erik Eye, George Walker. Betsy Ayres, Louise
DANCERS; Alexander Otunansky, Mile. Uamlardli. r>orif< Nile?, Thalia
. Ellen ?! Eercbes, Kmuy .Johns. Blanche O'Donahue, /,vna
J..-innn. Marjorle Avtry, Ellen Becetl and Messrs. Jean Demeaux,
?<??? Casanova and Charle? Tessleri.
NEW COMEDY "Th?; Fire Fighter?"_
Welcome to the American Bankers Association]
?Presentations by ROTHAr EL r ? ?PJS i ?
^?f THEODORE ROBERTS
tri* ??"Unasjash"
'?- S *K/G?O?G? fAweerz rear hamcs,
? MurwsoMroso, nttrzi bidceway^
C/fmerica's epic
heart drama
immortalized
tetjCvdpriii scene ever filmed?a wbok vtU&& ^?SjJS$9?
?AMERICA'S FOREMOST THEATRES AND HITS, DIRECTION OF LEE
Fl^^^mi^miTUOE RiC^RB
SHUBERT.
vl-C'HUFPf
It glitters and glows with the riches of spectacle."
Charles Darnton. Eve. World.
TO-NIGHT
SUNDAY CONCERT
ALWAYS THE BEST SUNDAY
ENTERTAINMENT IN NEW YORK
Miss Elisabeth Marhury in association with the Messrs. Shubert
Announces the premiere at the
Booth Theatre, on Thursday Evening, Oct. 5th
"REVUE? RUSSE"
MARIA KOUSNEZOFF
And Her Company o? Celebrate J Russian Artistes, direct from the.
F ?mina Theatre, Paris, the Opera Theatre Moscow, the imperial
Theatre, Petrograd, and the Opera Lyrique. Pans.
Cojium?-" oiirfSr?imi( r>*mon?d by Leon Hakst
Stage Director, Richard Bolt-elawsky
Former .Vfaae Director o? the Myacow Art Theatre
SEATS ON SALE TOMORROW
A nnounccment
mmm shubert
? . ...M~?* ?.V>?#
-, ._+T*?3T V BTWAY
Tw*Cfr OAILV 2.13 tf 6.15
TODAY MATINEE ' LAST 2
1V/U.-AI : ??i . rO?fi
t'ONCKHTH SIOHT m"
TIMBERG ? FR0LICS0F1922'
ONE WEEK ONLY BEGINNING"jOMORROW MATINEE
?LANCHEP
WITH A COMPANY OF CT.RVRR FNTKRT.UNEKS AM) A CHORUS
OF SCTXTII.TATINO SVNCOrATINli -SYI.FH-I.IKK
Direction of .Ten!? Jacohn Hnrl .lack Morris.
AN?) AX All, STAR_YAlIDRVII.LK WIM. INCLUDING
MKBN'S,
0t.llT B?HEIl CO, "PREVARICATION"
K1.BT suit!
ST. I,EO
3 PASQUALI BROS,
DD TEI?.
and COVRY
MATS. 25c to $1
t&oept Rit
* Holiday?
EVGS. 50c to $1.50
"AWAY IN THE LEAD THIS YEAR."
?Alexander Woollcoit, Times
Greenwich Village Follies
Fourth Annual Production
Devised and Staged by John Murray Anderson
"THE FINEST OF ALL REVUES."
?Charles Darnton, Eve. World
"TKEt VS'ED TO ?*AT THAT NRW YORK HAP THR1ER GREAT
INSTTTUTION8?FIFTH AVENUE, CENTRAI, FARK, AN? THF.
?TATU? OF LIBERTY. THAT IVAS M>N? AGO. OTHKR
EEATCRE? CAME ATA?'O TO RIVAI. THESE. TIMES HATE
CHANGED. NOW THE GREENWICH VILLAGE FOLLIES."
?John Mat-Malion, -V. 1*. ?ve>t<*t?> Journal.
SHUBERT
44th, W, nf n>?T. En?. I:s0,
Matin?**-? Wed. and Hat., 2:S0.
ARTHUR HOPKINS
prsssats
ETHEL BARRYMORE
"ROSE BERND"
By HAUPTMANN
"Miss Barrjrmore gave
th? finest performance
tkat she kas ever given, a
performance that at timos
reached a ?beauty we, in
our time? have sever seen
surpasse?! in the theatre."
?Alexander WooXleott, Times.
"It i? probably her
greatest achievement in
the theatre."
?HevioooS Broun, "World.
LONGACRE THEATRE
"The finest thing in the
play was in a scene with
the invalid wife of her
lover. . . . As irresistible
a thing es I have heard in
a theatre."
?Percy Hammond, Tribune.
"Miss Barry more
swayed the audience by
every change in her ex?
pression, ... It was the
skill of the great artist in
depicting the sufferings of
a human heart."
?Lawrence Reamer. Herald.
West 48th Street. Evenings g:30.
Matinees: Wednesday and Saturday
FORD MOTOR CAR says:
"A RATTLING GOOD SHOW!3
CLARE SUMMER'S OAT COMEDY ADAPTED FROM
THE PARIS TRIUMPH OF ALFRED SAVOIR
WITH
LOLA FISHER and ALFRED LUNT
RITZ
Presented by William Harris,. Jr.
8t**ed by Robert Milton.
THEATRE, 48 ST., WEST OF B'WAT.
NIGHTS |:3C. MATINEES WED. & SAT., 3:36.
BIDE'A-WEE HOME says:
"A HOWLING HIT!'
?LITTLE
THEATER 44 PTRKJ5T. WJST OP B'WAT.
EVES. 8:80?MATINHBS WED. * SAT, 2-ao
"CHEERFUL AND AMUSING.
MADCE KENNEDY HAS A
BAC OF PRETTY TRICKS."
?Alexander Woolloott. Time?.
JOHN GOLDEN presents
Wm KEHHEDY
, in FRANK CRAVEN'S new Comedy
SPITECORNER
Holiday Mat. Col. Day. Thurs.. Oct. 1?.
Heats SeJllnr 1? Weeka In Advance.
MATiflNAI Th"t"41 st,w' ?'B'y- ET S:3j
2nd Sensational Season!
BALIEFF'S CHAUVE SOURIS
F. Ray Comstock & Morris Gest announce that the present
program at the Century Roof Theatre will continue one
more week; evenings at 8 :30> with matinees at 2:30,
Tuesdays and Saturdays. On Tuesday, October 10th, a
lew program yvill be presented.
-??-Seats Now Selling
AMBASSADOR?OPENING TOMORROW NI6HT ?A.I
Mia? miW.afDw-/ '.l?l!,-r.i Wwtnmdo" .. r, * <S?tuH>7
nie Mewr?.. LEE and J. J. SHUBERT
Announce
THE FIRST AMERICAN PRESENTATION
OP THE
INTERNATIONAL MUSICAL SUCCESS
THE LADY
IN
ERMINE
(NowPlayingDaly'sTheatrc, London)
F?oole by Frederic Lon?*lale and Cyru* Wood
(From the book c?f Rudo'ph SchmseT cad Er?vsf Welisttb)
Mttak by J?-on Gilbert and Alfr?l GooHmui
Lyric? by Harry Graham ?nd Cyru? Wood
WILDA BENNETT
WAITER WOGLF HELEN SHIPM1N
IGNACIO MART1NKTT1 MAHIE BURKE
ISABEL RODRIGUEZ GLADYS WA1-TON
AND NINETY OTHERS
Staged hy Charle? Sinclair: Mnaical Number? ?nd Ballet? by Af?n K Foster
Produced Under the Personal Direction of Mr. J. J. SHUBERT
ROBERT WGOLSEY
HARRY FKNDER
D8TMAR POPPEN
?ter 11
BERT M
TO-MORROW NIGHT
Tlf (?va test Musical
Hit of Ages
WILL BE TRANSPLANTED
JOLSON'S 59th St.
THEATRE- AT T'.h A VIC.
ORIGINAL CAST
AMI (r:i.KBK\IE OX
THAT EVENING ITS
FIRST ANNIVERSARY
Matinee? Wn\.
THEATRE. 4i?t St.. E. of
Broadway Evening? * .no.
Mai?. Thursday ?- Rsterday.
See Tomorrow'? Papers for Review?
Arthur Hanunerstsln
presoin.- FRANK
TINNEY
IN A MT'SIGim.
COMEDY.
DAFFY DILL
with GEORGE
O'KAMEY
BernardjCarr
PARTNERS AGAIN
World's
Laughing Hit I
SQ.
T?THR. 8:30. MATS.
THUB8, A ?SAT. a-3?
l HE
SMASHING
COMEDY HIT
THE
EXCITERS
Allan Dinehart
and
Tallulah
Bankhead
on W. 42d St.
Two ?Sensational Photoplay Successes
Presented by WILLIAM FOX
?f you want?
go at once to the LYRIC
THEATRE, West 42d Street,
and see the new and sen?
sational photoplay
SHALLLEADMM
Then put on your thinking cap
and suggest a New Title which
indicates the theme and story
of this society drama.
IT IS NOT A BIBLICAL PLAY
WILLIAM f OX, LYRIC THEATRE, N. Y.
WILLIAM FOX, LYRIC THEA., N. Y.
AU titles must be submitted be?
fore midnight, To-morrow, Mon?
day, October 2d.
Meanwhile-?Twice Daily
2.30 and 8.30 P. M.
LYRIC THEATRE
MATINEE TO-DAY AT 3
'O?5P5
?thrills
-shocks
-shfVops
-lauqtitGP
cyiooi o
Dr. Frank Crane ?<w?;
"It seems to me
FOOLS ERRANT
Hy UH'13 EVAN SHil'MAN.
comes nearer having
something to say than
most of the plays this
season. I enjoyed the per?
formance very much."
A Special C'a.?t include*
Cyril Keigfatley Alexandra Carlisle
Lucile Watson Vincent Serrano
Wiiliam Roselle Robert Cummingi
POWlfHC
.COfftEPY
m
?5~fti,4T3, WED -5AT
IfatS. Wed. s".?I S?:. ffll
M
AXINE ELLIOTT'S ?,?T?
nr B'WAT.
S 30. Matinee' Wed. A Shi.. 2:31).
??f?EnCORRIGAI?
-the'pf?u all/feu) York,
is talking about?*
9eW:-m 1,830-MATS. WEDrSAl
1
iirtii si. & n'y.
MftU.Tliur?.&SRt.
Flfjs. 8:13 Gnn.i Orchcitr? Sp?M $1.01.
ONE WEEK Beginning TO-MORROW NIGHT
A. H. WOODS Presnnts
SHUBERt-RIViEHA
Rrg<!. 8:15. i'.nn.i Orchestr
NE WEEK Beginning TO-f
THE DEI-V?RGIN
The Most Famous Play In America
By AVERT HOPW?OD
With the Origintil New York '"a-it ^ncluiiing
HAZEI, DAWN
Amt
Oli?nn Anflpr?, Kenneth Douffla?,
Alko Heg'-man, Hobby Watson
And
A PRODUCTION OF
MAGNIFICENT RICHNESS and BEAUTY
COMING IlpginnlnB MON., OCT. ?,
iF-re?. ^^^^^^^^
9 "Knjo.T?rt the ?>!ajr enor
Imonsly nnU ???er? thrlllrfl
fbr I?."
?Hevu'ood Bronn, World
A. RWOODS -w-wi<)
wmmvm
"Mo?t rncrr^villR piny ofj
til?* *e.'t?*on."
?/.ou-rrnce Reamer, Herald.
MAIL OROKK.S NOW
To-(!?y? Sunday Conrrrm?Continuous 1:3o to 11 .io
ANME NICHOLS
NEW COMEOV
'?vV*V!;^V-S:,;=.\-??C*!!?-a
Chills! Thrills!! Laughs!!!
44THST.THEA. 4i>rhK.
MATINEE TO-DAY AT 3
S<*n?atit>nnl Triumph
"THE WORLD IS MINE"
''WffflM?Mi
:Mci?M?;??.M? &\
ICEMPY
i?^iKT Hnitttt'?.im,S?t H?CCHTS
* CEI W VN Two Matine*?
- ULLt? I IT Oct. 9 & 10, at 2:30
Only* Appearances in New York
S
SI?
TED SHAWN
BENISHAWN DANCERS
in l nique. Dtfnte Program
Daniel Mayer. (Knabe Hiano ?
EV?&.a.'30-MATS.V/ED. 6. SAT.330
rLAl nUUOC. Mat-, wit ?<? s?. 2-so
MR. ARNOLD DALY
"ON THE STAIRS"
Hv William HurlSnt wUli_Jam? Cran?.
" Thea.. W, ?Mili Ht. Eves. R:"??.
w?r????tig | EAST side, WEST SIDE
BAYES
MOROSCO
MATS. WED. 4 SAT. AT !
T H E A T R
45th St.. W. of B'w;
Evenings at 8:3".
AVERYHOPWOOD'S
GREAT COMEDY
ijj<;gk??t wit in town:
WHY MEN LEAVE HOME
"SI KK TO KNOl'RK Vi>R MOXTH9 TO < OME
| "?TS~?'PEACH''? I t "I LOVED IT"?~"\
?RODOLPH VALENTINO
. r. HERALD.
_ MR. HOPWOQP*S BESt"?\
\BLANCHE BATES! GERTRUDE ATHERTONJ
SKAT? HMAASii 8 WEKKh ?>?*p'?it """ "'" "."'""'"
TO-DAY?2 BIG CONCERTS
C:15 AND 8:15.
Comraendnsr
TO-MORROW AFTCrtNOOX
TJte International
Burlesque /Success ,
CHUCKLES
liiar Company of talenfcd
comedian*, ?inaers, rinii
rerH and vaudeville ?pe
claUsU, (leaded by
CURTF BBAGDON and
"COO-COO" MOKRISKY
Stunnln? chorus of Eng?
lish hi?-h-*teppcr?.
Twice daily, fceat? favo
weeks in advance. Smok
IBM p?nnltted.
ot_ ?wiih Billy Foster
?BWaad Frank Harcour'
BEGINNING MONDAY. OCT. ...
Keen & Spier, ?.saister! by Violet j
Palmer. Howard A l>e?H. Tom !
Kellj, Wilton * Brandt, Marsam :
Mayo & On., Ki-lrry & Brodrne ?
and other*.
mm
mm
033123
ISSftE
MAX LINDER
in "THE THREE
MUST-GET-THERES"
end
"A LONG CHANCE"
with MAJORIE DAW
?F*gK&LEXl and Verybest Vaudeville
2?
AEOIJAN' HALL, Tue?. Aft.. Oct. 10. at 3
F1BST SEW YORK Ari'BARANCE
THE
Chamber Music Society
Or SAN" FRANCISCO
Tickets hir to trie ?t the bo-r office.
Concert Management Arthur Judaon
PHILHA
MET
MONI
5-12
Conductors:
Josef Stramkf
Willem Mengelberg
Associate
Conductor'
Henry Had!ey
Eight Tuesday EvoninfiS and
Foar Sunday Afternoons
Commencing No?. 14
eason tickets at Philharmonic office,
;;i Kink Building. 57th Street
und Broadway.
arncgip Hal! concert tickets now on
sa!'- al Carnegie Hall Bux Office,
f?oloii?ta:
Arthur Rabiaatein
Toncha Seidel
Han? Kind't-r
Jacques Tbibsud
A!o ander Siloii
Artur Schnabel
Jcsc? Lherinne
A?MHIR .IIDSON. Mnnneer.
Piano
AEOMAN U.M,I.e?Sun, Aft., Oit. 13. at 3.
recital John Charles
THOMAS
Ticket? 50r to ?2, Bo* BSSi* ?2 SO, at Bat Offl<3*
M-u3s?einent K. If, Johnston Knabe Plano.
TOWN HALL-MON. EVE. 0CT.16"
; THfWENMG QUARTETTE
ONLY NEW YORK AFPEABANCi..
\ TICKETS NOW AT BOX OFFIC?
mm*rm?mmmTmm S. HUROK announces"?ssaassaaaas?aa?B?a?Baaa?saBaaaa?sak
CARNEGIE HAIL?Four Performances Only
Sat. Aft, Oct. 7; Wed. Eve, Oct. 11; Fri. Etc, Oct. 13; Sat. Aft, Oct. 14
FIRST APPEARANCE IN FIVE YEARS \
ISADORA DUNCAN
AMERICA'S FOREMOST DANCER (Herself)
Wllh Symphony Orchestra
Saturday Aft., Oct. 7, at 3, "All Tschaikowsky" program.
Overture 1812?Symphonv No. 6 (Path?tique)?Marche Slave
Ticket? S1.no t? IJ.OO (?dun 10% tax) On tul* at Box orflc<
Bag. Qel S. Mall Order? now to S. Hurck. Aeolian Hail. New York.
Hippodrome?-Sunday Evening, October 15, 8:15
ONLY APPEARANCE THIS SEASON
SCHUMANN-HEINK
WOULD'S GREATEST CONTRALTO
TICKET? ft.lO TO $S.15~MAIL OROERA NOW TO HIPPOPROME BOX OFriCE.
SALE OPENS OCTOBER ?. tSTEINWAY.)

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