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The Theaters??y M? na~mm<md
THI v m [iiviLLC PBBPOR.Mv
.at th? P?l?cc;
THE CROWD at th? hex e?ee. de
??lui ?eat? in the foarth row, on i
ai a.?le ?nd near an exit.
TIE C?H KTK?; - TREASl RER.
patiently denying that he ha? sold a'l
?he food tickets to MrBritJe and Loan ;
Vewaun.
THE SOLiriTOl- OOORMA^
nf about th? golf ?core and if'
' ?re any shows in town werth ;
lilt: PRETTY ?.'?HER, comrr.
?with pleasure, wpon the revi?*?*r*e re?
vea to th? late John Bunny.
IHK n:\Tl RES MISSED hy a tardr !
Sew. p,-- - incidental
* European
Surprise1, Baroness e> Helub and her
? of the Future, ?
bled from Broadway? Musical
hy Milton Hockey and Howard J.
Green.
THE PAaflOOl ? \RTOOMRT. Mr.
Winsor McKay, abetted by mot:o
' preposterous appear?
ance and droll deportment.
THE MUfclCAL tOMFOUV Mr.?
MdJ C.renvtll?. w.th hi? "4 girliea'i
n animated sonfs. dancing and ?okin<
?bout Broadway aril kindred -
The girlie? ?re slim, afile ar.d net un- '
prrpostcMing when they do no?
of. the songs, Mr. Oraavilla ???
la by Jamo? Whitcomb Smiley.
ef Indianapolis. Ohio.
1 HE INTERMISSION, permitting the
audience to recuperate from its enjoy
TBE MOTION PICTURES, rerroduc
mg th* bright writing* of the news
paper humoriste and aeme propaganda
age.n?t blue laws and f?n?tacisra.
THE TRAPEZIST. Miss Leltsel. do-1
mg robas? deeds of athletics in mid-j
sir. hanging like a pony P*nrh*ron I
Frances White Adds Xetc
(harm to Central Hill
"Whirl of >nv York" i,irm in
Tabloid Prove? Tuneful and
Amusing Vaudeville SkeUh
*- [ ? I ' I ? ' ' CUT?, i
sad baa?, hair and agreeable per
?enallty. i? an added attraction to the ?
regular Shubert vaudeville unit show:
at th? Central Theater th:* week, i-he
?in?;* several eoog*. ?vHa several
?nan?/*? of eaetaate, and is p?rticul?rly
effective in a ?hine;-? number Mi*?
White really belongs to th* vaudeville
??*;<?, ..?-1 ? n*r act ye*t*rday wat
- as pleasing si ?he h?i ben ll
the past.
Th* rnuaieal production once given
at the Winter (,ar<Jr: "The N I
Vew York," i* at th* Central :n cor. ,
--?.*d form. The ailaptation I
vaudeville stage wa? done by Roy Cum
mingi, and Curamingt's work didn't'
end there In both the vaudeville half
?? program and in Jth* revue half,
ruing? was downright funay, and1
.t always worth seeing.
The book and lyric? of the original
-1 of New York'' were written by
Harold Atteridge, and he i? credited
w.th all those used at the Centra!
Those appearing in the unit thow this
w*ak include Ann Ttxidings. Florence
Schui-ert, the Purcella Brothera, Joe
Keno and Ro?ie Green. Kyra, whs
dances of the Orient, and pretty Irene
^r?w.
a
Marionettes Re-enact
Don Quixote*s Battles
-
Tony Sarg> msri<--e?te? cam* to the
^ end Judy Theater ye>?.- . f?t
i ?piactsl mt? - M
?manrev The revel* in hani
h? ?overt I , -ot*."
. ? ? \ ? ? Hiiard from the
?-v?r-'**. ?aitt. Mr. Sarg him
?elf as general manager of mirth
The play i? in seven scenes en a ;
?.tag* th?t furnithe? ample playground
; unpet characters, to
i g of a flock of ?h*ep, sp
ni and the t?o:h:c architecture ,
of Ri ?
Tie marteaetta version of "Don;
? ? mir.iatures of rare
?haw ?V.her
\ rrocrar
? he Ian for
i from a famous
nice.
Amusing grotesque? are those <"' ' I
mad knight and hi? tquire tnd <
? i ?orne h"t
who pe ? re* ii ?
w?rl'i ? are
cot* ?
heat?
? he fight With the a
?he r ?he Duke ?
of Baratar;? and to ?n over the hill? '
the forctt and the streets '
Mancha.
r?. who are *tar?
ere. ar? aded by ingeniout i
(?I effect?.
a
<?.ul>ki Gif? Up Cosioert,
Fearing Tn|^l*?a?*antl.ess,
?chad
?*? <i ap
' was
Is??, r.adaki
- a statement >he would rot at
I gelas audi?
ence ??
exrleined that -
here from
I>e;.?rtmer.t of Justice ah
?? ro ground for charges b'
r of pro Germa?
during the war. and although ?ha be?
lieved member* of the Arce- ran \s
JthemseWe? would be
? - ?>.
proposed cencan.
? i ?h to he " ?
COMflTf* ATlo?T?r.d and thtraideeeiiee.
w.th drtaO-eb'aa?
C*n be uaeat 1er bunttrg or ?rotaci-ir. of
bauk? hamea.etc Prvt- re?^rMail?^BB>
?Miiitary gaod?
Ir
--r!?nall4.?a. ?
ia*???.50ir*>oT.aT.arf> |
m?i?i><. t? rnr ro ?t \?i\? ?..ift
? '151
D
W?V tV'?gra A (-'.. ?..? V
M. BOaVaVAMAV 14 .? v?., -,
a -???
from lofty ringt by h?r brawny l?|
and grinning pl?aa?ntly th? whi!?
ir.diest? th? de'tght potuble to tht
posseisirg grrat strength.
THE LADIES fn the adj*
' ?awlaSng that Mt?t LaitMtw limb? i
too ttoat and that her hair Is a wig
THF. MONOIOf. ST. '
H.Uhcock, 1n affable and arnuti
conversation? about Ford sal
prohibition ard 'he torp d character
life hi
say? tr ?Vow th
?able ?He? a c^'ir'* of tetter ?S
Hers the ether day, thinking they we
Confederate so'd,?r? Now
has heard it.
THF. SOrHRrTTTr??,
can. cooing sweet duett to accempsn
mer,*.? upon the ukelela and the pian
Th? Mistes Duncan ??em to have ?onr
thing mor? of the Farnrlington a
tine? their recent mingling with t?
British nobil:ty. and on? of th?m
now unite distingu?. They have th
rosiest cheeks and the most gold?
h? seen in the Mil? ' I
fonnanc? is full of irresi?tibl? rand?
?ilia charm, and th? audisne? rettet
day found it enchanting.
THE PIAN? > nMcvVl!
Mara?, wivh the Jok? about having i
tuit for every day in the week thi
on? h? i? wnntif. A g?nt?l, handsomt
fellow, rendering a
ballads and ? b gran
i pera.
I HE HORSE-RiniM. A(T. par
formed by Mis? UUtaa Bl La?*
ethtrs upon th? broad back? of large
and langild tte?iis, predisposed I
gaits si ar? dignified and deliberate.
THE FX1T MARCH, a "popular hit
Selected ,
THE REVIEWER'S <\> he ration?
?jpon th? tldewalk, concluding that it
ws? ? clean and popular ?how. full of
song?, dances, je?ts and hone?.
Ruhr Bcni?tcin'a Flapper?
Oprn ^cck at the < otto
Rube Bf I Mroaciway
ram* to the Columbia Tr
:
?eek'i buries?!- In
the coni|>auy are many player? r'
* -ig thote w
I Hatea, M?r
Parti. Jack Hunt, Jim I
Chap!. 'ohnson and oth<
?n,i,iN I | Rm.li. Star?
ring dallare Rrid. a l>i
.rrtinp Pi?ttn.
By Harriett?- Underhill
A flippant and amusing pirtur? called
-?y Days" Is at the Rivoli. !
with Wallarr Rrid M
-?Il him Wallio when !
II nicely like that -playing tha
Probably <h" fact that Jame?
?lire had much to
do ? " 'the ?tory
il air ?hi
I app* ' if M?
o?s adapt'
Y Thorn?? and
-
ind a" ard the palm to
?i a?d we will tell you what
lort of pirtur?
Wallace Keid I? John Floyd In th?
and John i? ?:'r?id Im
day be married without being *
? rty to the thing because he ha?
tuch a tympathetic nature. To avoid
- prnpote? to Lucillo Ledyard and
ikei him on probation. If h? does
not get mixed up in on? of hit sym?
pathy partie? for thirty days the will
become hit wife. Almost immediately
h? pets an ?ttractiv? young Italian
woman whose husband has treated her
harshly, and the husband return In
time to find John administering com?
fort to th? enemy. So, bocaut? he i?
not interetteod In "Italian carvingi,"
John get? Judge Hooker mother'?
bean?to ?( ? to thirty
It trantpiret that th? Italian carver it
Il and they find
? rs again
? < of a life In and ?ut i
that carry on to u perfect end after
six reel? of rhueklvt The titlet are
extremely ?mui.- ' th? rir
tpited tultor? hay? he it going to \
to hunt lion? and he dupla.1. ? a r.ewt
paper clipping whirh re?rlf. "Wa
young man with no family
to hunt l.ons in Afr:ca for the Museum
irnal Hi'tory. No previou? OS*
ry, but good markman
thip advltable."
Then when I* believe? that ?M
is tafcly cut of th? way and that he
hat a chance with th? heroine he gett
good and drunk and f<r* to ea
tha horn? of I'rofeti
: ornmg with 'ha ?i
planation "I goat (-?m? over to t?ll ?
<-?n't go " Tha :
Wanda Haw ley it an ?ttn
.
.it of th? ?rares
ate. Hertchell
i- and (armen ?
the ratt.
I'ollard in
?
? ire?, in whl
et a burl
dar.ee
In tns Lai
that wonderful raitoen.
I has been twig? previou?'
. called "In a Hula Th?aUr. The
.rian I
The direct w&ij ?
Fewer miles-Shorter lime
'5?Ma.y
of Some?"
Roci
Island
Golden State Lm_it^d
All the attractions of ocean, mountain and
bay at the very gatesjof a city ?ibis, beauti
San Diego offer? ;
It it a trip entirely cfcerent. a trip of satu
meals and luxJ?ous ease with mild.
jy weather
: route.
_ jeles and Santa Bl
Sanl
Leave ^?cago 6.V) p
Street Staulfc), via fcock Isl
tolden Slate Limited
Completatravalialorma_~% nauiatie?s ?ad
illuarrated booklet? on ?ppur?tior. to
1.1. -al_.r. 0.? Aft. Va... Da-l-gawk UtaadtJasa
2S0 Braaiwar. M.w TarV. *. T.
TT rkaaaWartk 15a_-t8_?
r
Satisfied Patrons
_-_,
- are dn evidence o?
merit.
Hundreds of thousands
dre usina Bordeas Grade ?
f&k.
N never disappoints.
It is the acme of milk
qui
BORDENS
Farm Products CoJnc
Franklin 1423
Mrs. Lydi? Inspires Croup
Of Low Forms by Dr. Grant
Rrclor on WhOM Ii" ! ? "r,M ****** lhiU'
ratr. \ ol.imc lo H. r .?^-I ;ma??ra Hf^un
l.ilV: "I nim M> Ion. Hop.' Hill?- BtTj
?rade and
." a volume by the Rr
\ney Giant, ref
?ion. which hat
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his nsncee, Mrs.
? ?
la. an
?
, eaptnating toi
Ther? ar' g ?US poems
?-! ntimerout love poem? m ihr book
-e entitled "The
' which followi:
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pur? h'r mint!.
: a
'
! Rhapsody and Hugo took ,
th? orchestra through that as well at I
,gh the el?stica! J
A Hawaiian fanta ? by i
I Mirla::. Las, Barbara Rn?.t, Jean \
Booth, rred Jag?l and danced by,
! Lillian r-owell.
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Thr Stage Door
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Johny t?eolav a
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Winter Sports
Sullivan and Uhter Counties, N.Y.
.1 hills and lakes.
4 air and hosts of
jolly young people will be the ideal
spot for winter sports this year.
Only a short distance from New
York City. Week end round-trip
5o!d at reduced fares.
C'a7/or S*nd .Vow (or Fr*9
"WINTER HOMES'?
? the ?4<tre?v? ?ad ratas ?V ovar
300 hotels open all year round.
64 Broadway 31 V/r.? 3Jnd St.
.'? Chamber? St. 114 Writ 4Jnd St.
Cortlandt St. Ferry Wr?t 4?n<1 Si
3734.0rsnd Central Terminal
Brooklyn i
5J6Pulto- St.
?v ?art ta
O. L. RoMasea.
C-nrral Paaaengcr
Ag
Orand Central
Terminal,
N?w York City
Nrw York. Ontario an<t Wettern Railway
Directly at
the Station
Only 28 Minutes
from Grand Central
THAT'S WHY
HOTEL
GRAMATAN
Bronxville, N. Y.,
I? ?r?f?rra,t hr >'?- TorU't hatlatat
IDEAL W1NTF.R HOME
AU outdoor ?porn, ??Betas'. Sal.r e?n>
l?ntly located t? C-urcaa?. Prtrat? ??4
r-b.lc Schools.
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?arepfionnflv rrnitonmbl*
Heori Paachey & Sod, In?:., Leste?
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