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Box, Hear^ Own < lonrertoPlaved I'iuniat and Compo?>r*r Grt* Ovation ?a .Vhelling and Damroarh Orrhratra (?ivr Hit? Work in A Minor! llozart Symphony Heard Vizsetli'a Muaie for Play by r!*Aimunzio "<,riarming I and Full of Ingenuity" By H. E. Krahbiel Mr. r?4erew?ld played Ma pianoforte! ?-??Beerte in A minor a few week? he- : the outbreak of the World | W?r ata concert of the Boston Oreh?? . i. It was a conaiderable. l before the world h?d bagun to ' k its attention between th? Polish! end th? muaician. W? had 1 rom him and alta from Mia?' * ?rire Goodion, ai.d tboog? we j thought highly of it? generally serene Heaaty, much of it ? reflex of the con? r of whose work> he ?*?m?d ta? -ne interpreter, we had. ?nd ?till bave, a higher admiration for hi? *-*-?li?h Kant*? a ?? an expre??ion?a strong. fal eipre*?ion of nationallim in .. ho?, at th? keatra terday afteroooa ?a? i.ot only the ?c ? i ? generous appreciation of th? artiatic work of Mr Ernest Schelllng, who i the ?olo part of the eoneerto?a little larger appreciation, we fan ild hare received under ordrary eircumitar.ee*. Had he played H him eelf there would, no doubt, have bee', a greater outpouring of beauty and an parably greater demon?tratton of I ? it vu, it fumnned forth ~?r.t and lert eel?t to **a.r. eoneerto wa? preceded by Mo* ? -ninor, in which fehubert ' we believe It w?a) ?aid h? - e?r the singing of angels, and th* incident?! ?ose?i by i i D'An nanzio? play "'-? Pi??n?ll?," which w?? on Mr. Dar-- a week ?go! ihursday. Charming musle th?s.j f ingenuity, and archaic grace In -.?I rr.ovement. which, wer? our eeasionnlly Inclined to his? torical ricursion?. would hare left us a ordering that It waa ?et aa a danee in intoxicated queen. It? nodal :teri?tic? would ?oor.?r have ?ttg geited that It ass one of the danee? used to be performed in I ?? ?? i? th? custom to this day ? Cathedral of Serill?. A? it w?a ' cam? as an amiable ?iioeiete In memory with Vaughan William?'? fan ?i a hymn by Thoma? Taille, per i l a few day? ??*?>. introduced to 1 last March br Mr. Damrosch ?nd ?med ?rain her? by th? Beaten estra last Thursday. Kxperlments with th? old eeeleslasticsl I you wish, Greek) rcodss may the young composure of to-day eld? than their present of? ? -i finaf new harmonic and instru On the Screen I ?m ?liane* in "Bliml Bar? sain1' at (apitol: Mate Fergu? son In "Outrast" at Rivoli By Harriette Underhill V. rat you do not know ?bout Mr. r.ln?teln ?nd relativity you will r.ot .now when you com? out of the Capitol The?t?r. where a picture called "Re Dility ?nd Relativity" is playing week. We had looked forward to this, be ? ? a that after we saw it demon? strated on the screen we should know ?.hat the fourth dimension was, er is. \'ow we ha\e ?een it and we do not ?iow any rr*t*r.- than ?re did before. 1?* r I>e!m?r Wltson h?6 ty as flippantly ?? - were a mother-in-law, and only thing on? doe? know is tb?t one end of a mulo should catch up ?tlier end ?nd p??s it, then h?t h?d been the hind end weald be l the for? end, and th? mu!? would raveling backward. This may also -p'.lcd to motor ears, plan?t? and ' man, and that's relativity! The ? prove? it. 'in* day last w??k r*r?d Edward? l b?ck to th? Tribune ?ffte? with Stacy h? wa? suspicious of. A man ad V>c?n arrestad on Broadway for try? r.g to sell M-cent pleca in little cr> ?Topes for 2."> rents each. "So one would be ?ucii ? fool," ?aid Frederic. ?j?t be a publicity stunt:*' What did the man ?ay?" ?*.? a?k?d. Nothing, only thai a man ought to ?natch at a blind bargain. A blind ><arfc-ain I bet that's itl It's a swell ntmi for ? movi?!" And that's what B?rry P?in, er ?om? t.? ov?r ?t Goldwyn, thought wb?n he ?med Lron Chaney'a late?t picture ?. Blind Bargain" i? an Interesting ame, and so is th? theme, but the i filled with nothing but ? ?es of course, it is remarkable Haney can b? a hend ?owi? ?ia-foot ?urgeon la ? top hat. ? * waUtcoat ?r.d ? paaaepartout ?t and can talk te himself, foot dwarf with twist ? nd ? parch But th? i ta? like a? long cha?. trying to ?teh up with aomebody el??, or steel -tealtkily up end down ?talr? be ' somebody or peeking throu?;?* ?yhole?, whi.e th? ?peetalo*-? ?ntly waiting for the madman to op rat? on ?om?body and ?tth?r turn hin? nto a misshapen momtroiity or ?la? rev? hi? contention that man should, rop?rly equipped, have the ** f th? oi and the longevity of th? arrot. Lon Chanty eras on? of hla ?ipari. ? gone wrong, and dosm in th? ???on d??p he kept other epeelmen?, ?one wrong, only the spectator? ?ver w?r? allowed to see them. Then, ?*hen he lured the hero home and of 'ered to ?av? hi? dying mother if th? ero would off?r himself to be asad >r guln?a pig purpo?ei, we were far ? interested In the ?eientiflc asoeet f the thing than we were in the fool h here and hi? petty lev? affair. Our /Tupathle? were all with tbe ?urgeon, ? td we were ?Ineerely ?orry wh?n. he got th? h?ro all ?trapped on ' i? table, ?o? of hi? gh??tiy saeri e?s to sclsr.ee got oat of his cage and jrek? the surgeon's back. The hero '?ved, but what ?bc-ut th? ?ci ? ? ??cret of how to Uve IM .?. ? l hero wa? not onlv to have this at longevity (If the exper irned out all right), hat hi? me f? w?* to he ?aved alio. W? ? doccr? would offer tbe ?am? in ; <!vie?rai?nu to all ?canario irriter? and i i*, director? who promis? to re-1 i-ata, in their neat ten pictures, front ??ting a ballroom ?ean? with a water .-??tie?! ?rJ?J toy balloon?. Th? ?tory I? ?'meet like the an? told ' this ???ton in "Th* MeaaU* ?tsrls? sr* ?l??y? fsKirating In th? pros?!?*?, hat usually great heps wh< viewed in reteroiBsetion In ta? pr* eat plcturs th? double ?asssure woi gi and *o are th? char? t?rltati?n? of ?sr. Char.?). You sure t*?t vour m???*'? work, for Mr. Cher? M th? typ** of actor who acts. Son of th? thing? whteh he d??t lo n ???an humanly sosalble. uni??? on? ? contortivnUt and an ?frohst. At - ?n*y ii neither. Raymond McK?? I? th? h?r* wi ?rot:Id hsv? been *p?r?t?<? on, hut wt I, m*t?*d, on marrying J?cau< (?n. Fontalns Ls Rue. Vr ' rus Bs*rtjm?n, Aggi* H?rrln >nd Virginia Maditen e*?-pl?t* th eaat. Th? picture ?*?? directed h W*llac? Wer Th? overture is "Mignon" aad to lowing this Is a Robert Bruce wil?ei n?ts tale callad, "Th* Split Outfit. The halet, which always I? iuch ? impartant part of a Rot haft! prograti ?i in two parti. Th? tint it call? "Kitten on th? Keys'* and Ssnou an Oureaniky, dr?ts?d Ilk* kltt?ni. d?nc on s big pian?. Th? ??cond i* la prsti'.oni ?f Eth?lh*?t Nevln. and ' contain* "Nsrcltiu*,*" "Mighty La? Rose," "A D?y in Venice, and "Th R**?ry,'' sung and danced by Gam herein, Evelyn Herbert, Erik Bye SB th? hallet corps and ensemble. Ary Van Leeuwen pisyed "Ri*?al?U Faraphra??" at a flute tolo. At thfl Rivoli Elai? Ferguson i? play i'?g in "Ontcset," and st th? ?howini ; * s tarda y afternoon we ver? sur rounded by f*tnal*S who constantly ?x cl?lm?d, "Itn't ?he graceful!" ar.< "lint ?be refined looking." and "Shi surely knows hoar to dress" and "Bhi played 'Outcam' in p*rs*n." whlcl items to prove that all the women, a any rate, want to see El tie Ferguson rather than th? picture. Nor can on? blame them. On the picture one ii always tsking a chance. Directors without a tense of humor, and tit!? writers, lacking th" tame commodity have s way of doing strange thing* te ?tories on th? screen. But we aay "Hitch your wagon to a ?tar** rev can depend en, and then follow In?! ?tar. Mis? Ferguson rever hat dit appointed BS> Sh? is olway?. lovely ? lender, graceful, aristocratic an?1 plaualbl*. And it itn't to ?say to he plautible In a itory Ilk? "Outrait " Miriam Moore i? a girl who fated to he?r ?lway? from the mer ne lovet. "You art a millttone ahoul my nsck." In th? beginning Mtriasi tay? that one can bear anything If one has a tent? of humor, but later It seemed that th? forgot i I about her tans? of humor. Somehow people In love rever ??em to be ?ble to do two thing? at th? tame time. So, without h?r ??nie of hu decided to Jump into the river. Becaui? Miriam had str?**ed her sens? of humor in the flrat place we did Bst believe h?r ?ny mor? th?n D?vid Powell did ?then aha aaid that loti of water w*a flowing under bridge? and inti? mated that abe w*s going to follow th* -rater. Ir.ttead, howaver, sh? ?tart.? off sa a trip to South America with William Powell, but the only did this to get near ?nough to tome water to jump in. Sh? had the forethought, however, to leave a not* behind for the hero, so th?t by setting out im mediately in an aquaplane he men aged to reach th? spot just as sha leaped over th? ?id? of the boat, and he pulled her out as sh? was every minute getting wetter and wetter. They ?*?m * vacillating lot In "Ou? -ait,' especially the hero, who never know? wrist h? want?, snd th? hero? in?, who *et* th? tame way. It ?u, indeed, * pity that Miriam could not has? ?lk*d th? rillsln. Thtr* v-ai - ieclilon in hi? nature, and Wil ? i?m Powell m?d? him v?ry ?ttrsetlv? -mor? intir.uatlng than ein later. Mary MseLeren la the "good woman" tad Claries Walleeley is the old l.ui b?nd. The ?tory h ?a been prstty w?ll botched with a happy ending and all that, hxt ws found It an interesting picture b?caua? of th* actiag and th? direction, which is excellent. Also any chance of ?eeing Elsie Ferguson should be taken advantage of. Chat Withey directed "Outcaat. ' Butter Keaton, in "The Blacksmith," The Atlantic Monthly announces in the December Issue The American Jail an article por?aying the unbelievably siioekinK cooditions e*i?ting in the jails of the United State?, which carjjiot but arouse the long dor mant public cooecieoce. in JOSEPH F. FISHMAN Prison Expert wbo, as the only inspextor of prisons for the Feelers! Government during many years and M special investigator for State and other admin istrations, has \?6?ted aJmt-st every priion and reformatory in the United State?. Mr. Fithman? atory is definite and cogent, giving ?pacific in atancos and naming tima and place Now on all Nests Stands. IHK ATLANTK MONTHLY BOSTON TRIBUNE SHOPPING GUIDE hthisSu?dewti} be found manu interesting values and suo?estiottj for IribuneRtsders "?sr t m roast*. -. t <>K*?:r.R sVKtlkA\s&~ ?ilcIjreTisShop Tke ? ? 11 beaatifall?, ?Ire.ied ?JeUa ? th? city. FaM-i-aattaf teyi aad ???. l?WajTps. N';. . SATISFACTION WITH ALL MERCHANDISE ADVERTISED IN THE TRIBUNE IS Gl AMANTErD m CALDLR & CO. ' r?? Mim ?f Bavk'' MILLINERY. GOWNS and BLOUSES ajo* Mournmg Acxeaaoriet tat? moiturn \ y 1 .Of? ae? ?O??* S*-. The Theaters??y Pf* Hammond f ? ??a? /'HKN' "Rain" as? performed In Philadelphia prefatory to the Ne? York pretentatloa, th? producer? w?re dewncatt and heeel by misgiving* It asa. they auapected, a bit too tabtle In lu Mily ?ipecti to p?n?tr?t? c?llou? Broadway* mental phytlq*?. H?r? they reflected, is s f se and ?It usti?n. A noble young J?t*b?l of Honolulu and the Bsrbsry Co?*t is plied with religion by ? fsnatlc missionary, who. having got her drurk with the toilet of evangelism, ?educe? her upon an itland in th? South Pacltlc. Sh?, to?, j allure? him to mi?b?havtor by her, whit* b*dy ?nd her lust to he holy. Therein, ?aid the aatut* management. U the wallap or Mg ?e?ue of tne play; and It must be ?raph?tli?d by tllut tr*tl?n, not m?r*ly ?ugg?ited by In? f?rence. however obTiout. Se Mr. Euger.e Walter we? tummoBed te Philadelphia to ih?tter "Rain" to bit? and to rcmeuld it nsarer I heart's detire. Change It. he was told,, so that they can ase the mltsiorary in Mill Thomptor.'t bedroom, beiiegirg her with prsy?r and esrs????. A? th? play is he*, they said, the pious man is but to he ?ten entering the lady's chamber as the fai:?. entailing, they thought, too' much imagination. "Show *em what happent," was Mr. Walter*! ln ttruction. Cont?<ju*Btly Mr. Walter wrot? a bedroom ?cene, which depleted the conflict between red lip? ?r.d pi?ty. H? showed in detail that a laltv. ha? no mor? chance wi'.h n ?inner than a ?inner h?? with a ??int In certain cir? cumstance!. In other word?. Mr. Wal? ter endowed the episode with a m?t trett and four pott?, ? little kneeling ?nd ?om? hot whliper?. And. believe ? commer?ai purposes from "Rs "Red Light Sad i Miss Cl?mence Randolph and Mrs John Colton, the author?, appalled at Mr. W?lt?rt't deiecrationi, ir.dig nsntly declined to stand for the la asid that both *f th?*n ?nr.oone?d it the eom?dy film. Thii e s bur? lesque on the origin?'. Blacktmlth ?nd is filed with stuff which it quit? to ut, though w? know ?o littl? abc-ut remedy devlea? that th??e thing? may! all hsve been vi.ej before without our lasogntsiag them. Butter is discov? ered in front of th* anvil, but h? I? found to be boating nothing but an omelette. Vera Jaehleia playt tomethir.g of Ttchalkowiky't ai a piano interlude and the ovtrtur? la "Carnival of V?nlee." by Thomas. As ? prologue to the feature picture S';i?n ids Clough and Frederic Beer stag "Dreaming Alone I? the Twilight." At the Rialto Agnes Ayr?* is playing In "A Daughter of Luiury." "Lorn? Doon?" is ?t the Strand. The?, be reviewed to-morrow. The Stage Door "Ust-nlns In" at th* Bl ?nd "Onr K?ll at th? W?: ?? Thifir are to-r.lghi's op? r?-n* s . . rraieeaJe* ??rapar./ will ?t tt? C*ntury Ta??'?-, tbli noon. Oecrg? *?.'? Kar.?re ? '*6prin?t!mt of T'utt." ?t th? ?r.d K48I? Pciwllre. of ' 8?ll" Iren? Vary." at th* Ua?lr.o. ?er? ? who ?nt*rtalned at tt h'M In th* N*w?r*P?r Clsb. Ill rortjr-Cr?t Btrtet, jetttr?'.*: Jlutj TrU*cenf*'.4. trari???-? Rivoli. H'.alto a w that If thev had to pay auch a price Therefore "Kalt New York, juat as they war and they can laugh now at those who ?uggeited amend' trying for ???<??,< te get ???' "Ra!n." ?ad ' Hawke?, ? f the Harri* office?, an<i Mr. Newman, th" ni">t accommn?la'irc of th? ticket broker?, we have nnablo lo do sa. We feel that management had had it? way ? changing of "l?ain" we could have had, all the seats in er, and that ? rtlldn't have wr. ? them. \l ?rote an a **" for Th? Tribune the ether dav describing ?erne of the emotion? l ?he ha* undergone ?s ?? playwright. We regard? d it a* i? ough interesting, autcr-ii**' containing nothing that would gtve offense. Yet Mr. Koieoe Pescor'. other* hare reiented It, |?***e*iBg I by how difficult it is for one to I and ?till be popular. Miss Lucy lluf fakir sp??ks for in ?r.?l for ' a?, follows: fafy Dear Mr. Harr.rt Other da Akin, i f*e ?I? jroun. ^r.R MaM Akins, ?re krow, will enjoy ?? we do th? appended communie?' only for the ou?intr.e?s of it?, tat! or.; '?? Ho heal a r ' ata te [ dhMM ' I " ? ' "" : ' - *'? ' riirslssr r?ma? ? . noce ?t?r?, ha? returned fr?ta I"? ' ? whir. .1 ? ?? . ? Th!i ? ? ? ? - will be lnter?iir'l Una: will ?** 11 !(?*? ?n" r. ?ter on We4n*avda> ? ' - Doria r,r?ir. a miml.> n.arrl? * I hihatifl I>?*li?rlit- .gain Uler 2 .ear?-* Mi-en? V i(?lirn?r- I mtr ??ilk? O? Kv .mil \tnlirru?' Drinainls *>???' ?.?I I tuitraa ?way t* ?ear? why the \ loi 1 e gav? y?*t?rd?y aft* Hall wa? heard by i . | th? fli playirg I ?urpri to mar lad heard hi ??tous ?cession?, snd those ? incre??ir |g <?( ?ppr ' . ? ? h?y let hiii i . ibaud? t< r. hi? bowing sa sut ?? and his phrase? a* del hing pe? in hi? work. He take* u ? re with the sir ?d SI to as < vpreaslvc ?cal led him int ?avagance- Th th? Brueh (' minor c*n '.'ortanicnto. ?'.Ugri -??le tome ?lightly i i? in C major b] .r ??a? giv?B ??' -acini ?r.d a ?im . ? r? wer? ?hurt earn bei rar.??lot aid Wienl?* tkl. Ch?rle? Hart was th? ? Th? audience included several well known muticiam. ? lilil?- Tlieiiter I lull Oitri? ? i>iii??l*. " \ I.'.hh ?? Ahruil" ?ill pr?tent Ll," dc.cr bei| a? ? "fantattic comedy dr?wi? fin?ti( Hot?) M?jc ha author of th? play. ? three seta Perfonn i*iday Alph? Tan Berth? i reighton and :? the cast. Srlnimaim-HHiik 111 of Piinimoma \i Getfden <.ih wu? Mrirkrn Wrrk \go in l'?niii>lvaniu Station and Ha? (jim-cI'M. Her Kn gitgf*ni4*Mt*> for Month Mm* Era III with bronchia! ??neuinoni? at her , | . , . t. . gagement? for this month have been led? ami there i? little doubt that It wi? ger period than ???fore ?he I? ah: | Sh? wa? ?trlcken a week ?go y??t?rd?y ? -inrgh, wh?r? the had s ' *>nC I that evening. Fhe eo!!ap?ed In th? waiting roe; -, ?rid wa? taken back to h?r hom?. an, ?>;' <;?r': larnily nhy?ici?n, called D Webb Wilcox. II terday, and ..?la that wa* suffering from i old, and th? disease !? eonsidere?! dan- j an ??Id l??t night. I' . ??.?r?. ?h?t It Will b? ? ! * ?ny ?ignifieat ?. char ?,? I i? a courageous woman. a patient ran Bava and grout i ' Gifts that Inspire? Keriect in your home the atmosphere of culture that is the mark of 1 obey made lurmluic Guts from Tobey wui always give yoi. new inspiration, becauie of their essential beauty and fitness. Each one shows the hand of a maste. workman; the taste of the expert designer. SheTOBEY Ruto turc Companys F'fik jtmrtve at It*Street NEW YORK iMiHH ! ? i.iKi i?.- ri.i vrttr.i i?n mi? niar.i-no*? m if? s*?ii i ? -in-ii-tT" CENTURY n-a? Comedie Franclisa Co. I I ?Mill III I. \\ I ' 4 FAREWELL MATINEES TO-DAT IT 2:30 , , "L'ItERTURIERE' Tn-i.rriiv? Ill ? ?Still* Thar? AM I ' Mi?iint>irvpe l e II?. ? SAT MOSS ?II?. ?*'<! ? Siilre SHUBERT VAUDEVILLE CENTRAL ? ?.nin?. iMiMi rii-DAi 4 MAflX BROS. ? r>n k? m m i ?KAN2 a WHITC?SLCS t ttltHKA BAYES TO-NIGHT ! OUR NELL Q E N 1 U R i BLOSSOM TIME , .i \ i.. ..il -i m AMBASSADOR lulero.iili.nil Mitai? nl ??irrita? THE LADY IN ERMINE ?* t, waell I,(Kill Hill ON! -? \ I s SI (Ml BIJOU ' .TO-NIGHT LISTENING IN In <l*.tl,??l St*, Ceitim Ros! F Sty L*??ir?rli "i-rli beat n.neur.-? ^?lt??VESO?MJ rrnrn I- I a a* ?a 1ITI! ?In*? I II 4bTHST. ?inn martati puii WHISPERING WIRES CASINO Ml Kll ?I < <>MI I>\ BB**?H ?Tin V SALLY. IRENE ? MARY l.l.lle lO'V 'in- ? BEST SEATS w, ?*?? BRQADHURST '?*,. IN SPRINGTIME or vot rn ?ERrBC*T" M'.BICAX F* i\ ?l \ lilt \lii THE WORLD UP SHE WE LIVE IN GOES rlie? Issse* riSJ I Mlggast Sln?ir?l ?>.-??? Inn of ?he < rotary lilt In ?? V J0LS0NS59ST. ?'??HOUSE V :?:i ?>.? t n a S>4 a S?' CUIIDCDT I*'?? u h w cnUDtril Gaiiirartcti Viuaoc Foiiiaa Hr> ?. r> BELMObT?.*/" \e4\ matt? THIN ICE f ?nieelT Hit 1QTU CT "?*? ?? arwet ?ils *3in ?)i? v, bBOOTLEWERJ COMEDY b6n. /?< 'L.BrfB'! I LABI *\ r. F"X Mail? Elliott1! ?*.c;*i'.*%' JEANNE EAGELS "R A I N" i PRINCESS r? <??;? "I "?an ??* i???iae a utoch re?**?rt*-i -r??rnt? r??an??ie? a.e. aia.tr.tj?? ?re? . fi ?UIDIPTtDC I < tIASCh OF ..r???e BlMaSF O IV11811 All I C ti O ASiauTMOR. ?>* | I V ? ? Ttiur?. * ?at. ?th Week ?No lonter 1 a,lar. ? ?Cea/-ll< ?adlrnr. ? ?teat, a Wee*a is AdiSAr? TO-MORSOW ivc. ? eft MOUIAP 1ILI?M" O.P.M?GG/fr M0R0SC0 Hopwood'i Laughing Comed) BEATS e?L! ? 2 fohn Golden Successes LITTLE MADGE KENNEDY Tbestr* n ?ran. I reveal ? SPITE CORNER" ~!g??~ TIT." HEAVEN ?.Matlare. wr.f?. ai THE SELWYNS PRESENT BEN-AMI OPENING APOLLO THEATRE ~ "JOHANNES }-*?* KREISLER" Toaifefrov. Mt't ?',.? ? s,' , .1? ?I vijix or ? m? i -? ami IIIIK.? IT IS THE LAW THE FOOL ' II ?NMS?. 1(11 I (?I h?. rs*F*a-taTJ ria> TIMES SQ. THEATRE I le* I *>?-:. U at II.,, lie ' ? CBIIDI If? 9- Detr.lf.? ? ntrUBL.ll> Abies Irish Rose I'LAT TU A I D1 HUMOn. I.t-r i ii.Hl I1MB8 ?KTHr? HOrKlVB l-eesfnl* ETHEL BARRYMORE i* "Rast Btrn?" n,,L. LONCA0RE ^?ws3<,??tsP? m DOUCUS FAIRBANKS "ROBIN HOOD ? "The MM." PLYMOUTH ICIC7 TO-NIGHT DeW.6riTf.tHs ruprem? TWICt OAILV. "' ""'' I <? st ie???j m roa p**-4?aa fat One Weak USTOR i? "THE TOWN THAT g?ia FORGOT GOD" srvn mti PJ-AZ*. TiwtH.II TO-MOPi'W EVE. REGINA KAHL RUTH KEMPER ALI? CASE . tale... ? l_i rssarci? hall Toeorw night at is i ..-eej ?, ?...i- ? l.'.-te.t Xi.aar 'att Week e?,r.e?ri* have IS' and date. l horn? to ?.pend th? holiday? with bar family. ?t li .um -?..nrl-?" lo ? rlrbratr liMrth IVWor*rnanr.- Jan. I lia 11 off'? MCh?uv? S .un?" ?rlll pre ??nt it? fourth and final program at ? ntury Roof Theatr? on Thursday evening, January 4, in honor of the Mo?cow At - ??cording to an ? ?tnouneerr,' >?*t?-rd?y by V. K?/ Comitock ?nd Morri? G?st, un? der who?o ?aspic?? th? Mo?eow Art The?1 r? will begin its first and only ?t-r?rem?r,t la New York th? follow? ing Monday Th? "i'heuve Houris" will ?li ?irOth ; (?nuary 4 first line of th? Meaeow Art Theatr? rimpary i? ?Jas te ?rr?ve in .N?w York I ? icluaion of th? run ?< bill. BaltefT and th? t ituva-Hour'.s" company will return to Pa Am? to Star! Kehear?al? I n-i\ay f?>r 'R ill >hak?*?*D<t?are' Wi? ? - a reals to-d?y of "Will r'h?ke?pe?r?" V-jr flem ???III present the play "?y Vork e?rly in th? n?w y?ar. . | ?peare, wh< Chopping] Secoftde lets, ?h**nera?U-6as?aB?*s?ai -these serai a lafaaassS <~**Mn**9m?mt**\*?!\ ?saall mi ta b? fetfr vh-feitet ?4 aWwa (?work? || With ?taaehasj ?*???a?n?-?*-a i osota a fan rihs. 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