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THE SUN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1916.
BOY LOSES $3,385 "QUINneys presented AT THE MAXINE ELLIOTT ON 'WIDOW'S1 TALE Civil Sci vicc Clerk, 10. Telll Coori Fiiif Mm. Flagler Ool Hlfl Money. EVKN BORROWED TO GIVI Frank Mahoney, boyish looking ClerK in the Civil Barvlca CatnmlaaliHi, a.it In tin' WtlMM Cltair in'inn- juiib" Mulqu " In tleneral laaalona )raalar ii.iv and uniting!) told hot ha ' j 11,119 to ,i woman advancad in ftBtt on list promlM 10 inukf him her prlvats latralaiT .it IIO.OM I fttt anil tu Hr hltn u boniM "f IM.M Just n soon as ahe DODoCtad tt,att,00l from the M tat.' of Henry at, Kiagicr. vtcaptaaMni of th Itandard Oil Company. Thr woman In the rape is Mrs. Kora Bntma Johnaon, whoaa maldtn nam la Haiti In liave tiren Hoars and who poaad aa tin widow of Mr ringlet-. slie la Wi'll past tO ami hax White linn 8he is Inclined i itoutnaaa and aa aha at I urt yi'stiTday a.irlirrt In a sill. ir-sH aha looked vary mothoriy, ii earn out thai POaid aa Mohonry'" mother. Tho tilth year, Clerk is Jimt past In looked t wen- H LI , Mm II Mii, Johnnon ha been locitea up thf TomlM Tor three month on a charge of grand lrcenyi it helm alleged that he tik $v"iU from Mahoitt) Wl May i last, Mahoney told how he had paid hei raiioui sums and gave the namoe (,f persona from whom he borrowed money to give lo the woman. When Mahoney met Mr. Johnson he wan i t a ereeM telephone operatoi el it Day etreet. Thai wai on April M last. Bhe wanted to talk to aome one in Plttsburg Bhe wuh not able t a' tiitn peraon ti the wire but while lie waited ihe chatted with Mahone) and told him that ehe had taken a great liking- to him. Then, he Mid. she un folded the Information that she was soon to be Wl alrhy, for as the Widow of Mr. Flagler she would 11 115,000,000 on May 20. Then, according i o the etory told by Mahoney, the woman said that she was temporarily preaaed for money and that if some one should come lo her Ire mediate rescue he would be well paid later on. Mahoney raid he gave her fft.V Ail appointment was made f"r the following day at the National City Bank. The Clerk said that Mrs. John son i&rOYC up in a MmoUSlnO motor and aftei a ft w minutes conversation left to (ftjtct him the following day at th Waldorf. Whan Mahone) had exhausted hli ra- Sourtt s In giving money to the woman, he said, he borrowed M5Q from Qeorgo H, ECberle, chief clerk f the Civil Bar vice Commlsslon( 150 from James Mc alahou. a clerk In the offlce; and MI0 irom Mil haal J. Bhanahan. a clerk In Prtdtrlck Ross and Cathlcen N sbltt In "Quinntya BUiOtt Theatre. at tho Maxinc "nlnne.i " At th Minim Theatre. Jesepk Qaiaaey . . PreUt i . I'owy . . Sam T Msbel Jemei . Cyrai i lupi:it tatltn . . Dredge Huntnkf Jordan . . . Prederh k Reea Marge rei W teoe l'egii Rssh .Arthur cirenville Catbleea Keebltt . . cc;i 1etht . . . H-rbrt R SSS . . .Cyril aiimtha t ; III title in U.ir iail Who is a i profession, out are euppoaed to fiUi ant. In hi shop ami aut entv enttejue decoration He has ar and rt'pntp N lu-n t!ie New York thaatragoari made the ao QttaJntance n the Max Ins Blllotl Thea tre last night of a new pta) i Ight In Horace inneeley Vachell, wha made the play iQulnneye' ' from e novel of the name name which he wrote The play a.H acted Aral in London last May Mr. Vachell s tite playwright of the minute llOWOVer, and tWO of hll dramas have been announced by American managers. Me e a popular London novelist, lived for Dinf years in this country and farmed In i 'altfornla, having given up hll OOmmleilon In the army to remain here. In the eaily '90s e rt turned to txmdun and bean to write novel. If(g ptayi have boon of recant origin, in addition to 'Qulnnoya' " he is the author of "Jelf" and "Searchlights." Mr. Vachell't play w hlch was ern last nluiii Ii i.i the name or m r t ft t a Stic artist or id famous come only i te in furniture ami rived .t wt all i plav bvalns, Indifferent i t he world ior himself, he is anxious that his daugh ter should enjo) the position to which in nsldefs her wealth, her beaut) and hot cultivation entitle her. f course Ihe inevitable dtam i in eUCh S situation is Tor the sir! to fall In loVS with an in ferior In all the qualities that her father wants hat husband possess I 'like nfliiiet In Plot S'oe eelei'ls a foi me father, who it turns cause of old pMlaxt p 1 ton net of 'hipp, ndah woi krean ( het ut ha i been tu buylni an Imiti . hairs and lutO selling thetu profit to Cyras P old ntleman tWi has Ihtii pl.tyt"! mi lie a: im out th ri him hli tions aro as nothing compared to th shock of realisation ta.it ,.- 94 eeg has branded tnmseir ss .' tais- judg and betrayed h.n good nam "faked" goo, in. Then QaNeXty Nndl in .tfntr Drtstaw, ( ; stenographer, it irtrt wiw given him to f Understand that O) every moral right ! j she should he the wife of hla dauK't teri petttdlou lover, M11. Ih tnor,. I could lor the family, i 1 hi 1 i ne ' 1 1 k , 1 1 : mvrj piww fa I as h hei on n confesglon that aha , made the t harge only out of her hop I 10 Win the young man. It takes this evidence to convince tho jruety fathe , that after all the young mar worthy ; to be hla successor and to he the hog wand of his daughter. I Mr. Varhell s piny is somewhat long for its dramatic -ontent, but it scenes ) .lie 1 111 1 01 ' 1 1 o 1 until 01 01 in- 1 mil ... in , draw Ins ih accurately hu-rati and natura.. it u of course the agotlatleal, btusterlng ! ntkiuarlan, ban . In mannar( but in 1 reality loving and thoughtful of others ; I at times, that dominates the play. Hut I ;im mve itory Is dotlcataly asntlmentil , and the language Ii Witty, The literary 1 Style of the play is delightful through tmt. Mr, Vacholl will he a woloomg play- wrighi if he brings to the Cheat re such I Qualities as "Qulnnaya' " reveals. After 1 white he hii; probably learn to ad just the length of hie play somewhat ! 1 more exactly to their dramatic intareit J than he has done in thin work. oel HtBe XOt t lag;, The action baasei a gainit the qua iii I hai-kg round of the room, Whtcil hold the collector's most valuable objeota Chinese lacquer rabtnats ami Chlptssndals chairs, altsrnatlng with vittlnos of P"riel,i)n Thin was ;t novel frame three acts of the play. Tiie dining room of the other COUectOTi who ie altogether commercial! was an amuaing contrast, I but the painted pictures on the wall I wars too reactions ry ss stage decoration to he pis UStble to-day. Nolody eould ti1- bl) have inistaken them for real ' pictures. Pro Je rick Ross lies In the part of the roll set Ol 1 long iiul arduous role. It rUM B Considerable gamut of emotion. although In all the pathetic scones or "Quinnoys there ie a em He very close to t in tear Mr Koas was the least I natural his associates, acting wnn redundant y of gesture throughou! tlw play nnd displaying not .1 1 1 ava ot the rompoaure and reserve haracterlstlc of the other members of this compauy, ' which was formed In London '.' preaent , this play here, Mr iUm in not unl'ke I our own Prancts Wllaoni and he plays psmacy quite h. any eontlc ojasru come" dlan ni ght be expeated to do It. T ie I qualities f the character are re, of course, revealed sMth aufacletvt fores to I Show its value, 'iieater naturalnejij aiul SOtns more reatrs nit. however, would have made this figure much more Im pressive t hau it was In Mr. FtOSSS ' hands. t 11... nt ,.r Mm ml mil MTlffl u.ix Ofl the other hard, played with exquistta I nssasraj naturalneas by Margaret Wataon.ldM 13th St. Peggy Rush and Cecil Fletcher wore two it tractive young lovaro and 1 lathleen S'etbltt, who was here with the Irish I 'layers, issaalad poignantly the minor tragedy of the typewriter's unrequited love Then Arthur I IrcnVltlO gave all amusing sketch of the commercial dealer, selling Bui where, oh where, in all the stretches ! of SeS M CO "at there ever a native PAVL0WA IN DETROIT. "Dnmli Oltl f l-ord.'l" Mttl fiWWg H pjl.iit. DPTRUIT, OOt, 1 it i-nil s musi'-al (iphuii wait opened to-night when the Huston Urait'l tippr.t Company, In roll' Innrtlon with Mme, Pa vlowa and tier Hal lei Ruaae, prraenied Auher'i opera, "The ! Dumb cilrl .f Portlcl," with ravlowa in tin' i!th Me. The operatic novelty wis well received t an audience which niled the Lyceum Theatre, and I'avlowa rea ponded to many curtain rails "Thi Dumb oirl "f rnniii" will be jVtn th Mii'iliatlnn Opera llniis.' 111 New Vorh Monday nlghl peat, mfW T Jn d ft TW JBkV mL. G0-J.-M. t-J?Jr 2 VtowaruOAfo 3 Men'i Specialty Storti (.ccupyintf Cnc I ntire PuilHinn l ittle hopr Can't t omprl" With L' I Hig Shin- Store Codenn Shoi, S.OO t6.00 Horsehide , a Firh. Dark Russet Sold bit cmtnm bnotmakeri at - i Kussia ( alt allocs Dark Mahogany $2.97 & $198 urt Worth $4 & $5 Flat La.l, Low Heel. What hriHops thp a.in hf- m T5 tween Summer and Winter Arch Support Shoes. $3.98 Kftr fkon o llatt rlerh FOr f fill I "el .111 11 can Irt'ncs i- v a, . v i mil ci 1 fS 1 11 - fj -"Srotrh Mist?" Handsome Fall overcoats of rough Scotch cheviot. Rainproofed. Exclusive with us. "Scotch Mists," S28 to$35 RaaMered Trad. Mark milt tlislili- I itlllll'T. t:li llslnli II , I lii il l Mil ami Kla ! t air. hnndootne !.,"l I rt trick that ithar ':im- There's reason in raglans! Absence of shoulder seams makes for smoother fit. Our newest idea in union suits has a raglan shoulder. Everything men and boys wear. Rogers Peet Company Broadway at 34th St. II' learns t.iat hll dauahti nvp,'thiart ar' to :m-vt In hi- nlajht ami he lurpriaea them, iiot i'.' t ib that the dausht. PMiy with lit?r takes refuae if ther, It a lea vea nearby and bar i noma tn.tt Tile lip. r. in rotn him and re. at IVO wiiii KiKike with auch ,i ooekney accent as ipe Aiperlean millionaire? i-vru wiih the prevailing prejudice agalnei the American aetor. it .'maht to be poaalble lo have one plaj this role f(,r the sake of lomo Illusion, Srooduuy at Warren The Four Cornfrt' Fifth Ave. ft 41st St. 'Arrow Collar FROM FITS CRAVAT KNOT eirReECTLY. 1 lor ISC CkuCTT. pcaaoov a co . MM . aiaacaa AMI MEMENTO, tin i ti i i . rriiiriitiiiii t ounael M tMl.ll if ,IIS Juno J last ami lll.i 11 between Api i then went in Hie Co g .ivc he iO anil the police .Mahoney was .still under rrnss-ex- antlnatlon when the court adjourned le will ne recalled this morning, VAUDEVILLE AND BURLESQUE. MacaCo.'.Attraclioni Are Thfir Lew veil ii Moajlll ml the Palace and inn ai Cwlaatbla ni. Kv aer, biil more lei' I,' M) n la.'k Neabit . fi.i her dancina part"! I'litTi't'ii. are nil tills WOek'a t the Palace Theatre and one Intereatod a large audience vr :u some n, iw dancea and .-nas a itoli ihey hate acquired during aum niii i vat. Othera on the lull were Ray Ibamuote, Imhof, Conn and Coreene, U)un .' ! 't- ". II, , it y Hren. .Me-lissa Ten IS-ck and .M ix Weld) and th" i-"i y -tnit Murtlna. There i ...mi thr Kail . 'i,sii,in Hhow, which la belnc bald over lor another woek'a engaaemant. Dorothy Jardou in charaotar .s.nts and dancaa heada tiie pcosramme at the Colonial Theatre thin we.-k. Among thoae who aio appear In the entertalnmanl ate Homer ll Maaon anil .Maitrarit Xaeler, Manuel Qulrocu, celllat; Uoyle and Dixon, "The Bride Shop," with An drww Tombea and Latrta Wantworth ; the KervHIc Family, Adonia and Will Kei gard Frltsl KoheR la dlaplaylng bar talents at tho Alhambra Theatre thin week, hut Harry Km and Vanacl Dolly divide I honnis with her as the principal attrac tion of the hill. fJthera are '"rwiR Campbell, the Avon Comedy lou:'. Will I i mis and Wolfua, Harr' Hayerard ami company, i"' Arco Broa,, Jane Ward ami I. a ' '"t in ami I linus. "The Beauty Palace" in the name of new burlaecjue arhli it occupiea the boarda tu the. Columbia Theatre thi week. The etnry of the play deaja with eulfraca. in tie oompany are 1 1 ., rr- k. Morton, Joe Emeraon. Znlla Ruaeell, June Mill, Billy tnnla and Herman Meinman, At tin Vnrktille Theatre two sian-1-agd In leaque entertainments are being hewn i week. OLD PI AYS ON NEW STAGES. On Sale Beginning To-day Val lei JLaatV I .ld Square. 9mnT Second Floor, 55th Street. T.,. 3 tth to 35th St a!e to Imported and American Black Dress At Substantial Savings a; Silks A timeK event this October sale ol Silks, embracing the most desirable weaves and qualities that will prevail for Fall and Winter wear. Every yard of ik is abso lutely perfect. In the collection you will find various qualities of Black Dress Silks from C. J, Bonnet et Cieof Lyons, France, and Winterthur of Switzerland. "Marchioness' Dress Taffeta Lustrous Quality; 3e inche preSSly for US. Our L'sual Puce Black Chiffon (yard). $1.19 a id, 11.49. Made Included are the u-il known "Mar chioness" Dress Silks, nearly pure dye, manufactured expressly for u wtiicli we recommend to ie exceptional service. We will make good am just claim within m months from date of purchase. We are confident that the Silk in this sale, at the prices quoted, cannot be duplicated K am other retail store in New York. "Marchioness " Black Dress Satin (yard). $1.19 expreasl) I HI urn uycu; M inchtfs wich Out UtUel Prut $t. 49, made 1 r ' urn- .Ntnriiif Hen ni i iff bllltlf lott Tlitiitrt. MOrumpy" which had itt first perform-! nn'i :it popular prtOM 111 New York 1 l.it niclii at th Sl-iiKlunl Tin .tro, has jut been (IHIng ti- Smfilre nioatre at pcicee wiii h nuuld not be deacrlbed gj popular. there wan n uuve nudl ence in ihe Htanrtard uml Cyril Maude'i Inaarnatlon of Ihe henaflcent old lawyer wan received with an niuoh Intereel ae ver ii i alwayx h likable ncure i' ihf theatre, thin old amuoti who eventu ally turne uul m' the moal ooniilder mo rim unaelflah creature tn tho worldi eeeklns only ti do b'm ami Inaure th welfare of olhera, Thou tiirrr is all interentlnc Ceiectlve ptnry t eerve ai h bacHTrund foi Mr, Maudn'e etudy of chai a. tr Th i.ti't thai "Twin Bade" llngem In thli nelarhlainhood Ions and nuy be found In one or another of the neighbor tHt thentreH of thin boroumTh every week Ih not itu lo any failure of tu ntorn romote illetrlcte to apt ire 'la to the work There an live Rompanlea playing i'io piece In Ulffennt iltli-c of tho itmn trv ami the orgHnlaatlon wean leal niaiu itt the loxii'Kt"n Thoairo i hul oiia of them, Meftire tho nil or tho era eon there Mill not 'H H ha inl't in thitt OMintr) whirh has not 'ia'i it- aUmnae of Iheae tu-i bed if .tii tho p ay ere tn thli eom pool little r.ii'i are as good ae tinw ejeen laal nlihti then then- vtaitattona wllj alwayn lie n cauae for rejolelni. When tUward Fap1a wrote A Pair ol Ktaee" the produotlun of ihe play wai poetponel igaiii and again. Several i iion the, in i a 1 1 , eaplred liafore Mr. Peplu final!) allowed iho performance. im Inji t Wh period ii1 Huooaaded In a('t i i thr play t-i nil t , otherwtae "A Pelr of Klxae1 would not naVt been , uli to amuse hiirli a larife auHI- ni .it ihe Virk Theatre laet night. M ho player ere well able to bring out vat huinoi of Mr. peple'i fautaatlc Idea of tin piirtliei' wlii hail to act ,m a n rvant tor hie bualneen aaaoolatOi hhi ".tic little piece wae iiimui eotnd 'I Ilri ll III I'm ltti 5Ji R. H. Macy & Co. Black Dress Satin. Special (yard), 89c. Our name uotcn on the schagc of $ach yard. Yarn dyed; excellent quality. Recommended for it- durability. Macy'i usual price for (his quality is $1J9 per yard, 16 inches uidc. Black Chiffon Drrss Taffeta (yd.). $1.12 Bxcelltnt quality: manufactured bj CJ. ikninct et CiOl inches Wide. Our Usual Priic (1 .49, Black Dress Satin (yd.), $1.39 rr;. tnic quality ; made In Italj : .ih Inchen fary'l t 'wai Price for Am CraJe. $1 .98. M.H Oltk'S II HUM Mil I Ills i!i Mllllv ,' li''l 01 tela, "1. -in v K pnireca et a ll l'"P a :,. . It empire k!, :.?.::!,.'"";:- u Harris WIKI. GILLETTE EBIDEBBBEia IN Mtl ii.- en PI l I'NM.XI KH . SHERLOCK HOLMES ii xuitlx im. i Till li h i. I ll a , ,t Mala ,:. t r'M LYCEUM TO-NTHT AT 8:20 ETHEL BARRYMORE BISPHAM BEETHOVEN in ibe ii I Ira ma rni ki Brrent . T.. in ' OUR MRS. McCHESNEY IST0R G&COHAN56lAT !,'! litis. (HI tin.' Mu&riia ALL LAl'GH- ING RECORDS BROKEN HUDSON On, till' I I.i ECBM3S3 MM .11, 11,1 Ml Hi I Ml l Mill .1 I- III I I II I II I Mi , ' LIBERTY u.t - r i ft a i . D. W GRIFFITH'S ll . S I'll K I M I. BELA8C0 -ni ii , M linn t Mill at, Bva I ita Tbura I I I , M .In M THE BOOMERANG SOME BABY! COHAN'S ELSIE JAN IS i in "Ml NFORMATION' I I Ml m lis I III i:i. i! nil- n. i i-ii n ii in. i ,i i ii ZlEGFcio J',VV,i FROlli; AjotiVi nr.Th iln ThrWurlU Kt PUBLIC ft! iin SHERMAN WAS RIGHT l,r' li .llttNK i IMir.l COMMON CLAY BLOBE MONTGOMERY ii ii- a teth ai Tn-mnr .. V i STONE l I s l t I IM , CANDLER " i'.mi IM ll .1 -l MM. ll..v Mil VII S ,il il I i IV. I. GLOBE THEATRE MATINEE TO-DAY 2 KStt s S I , SPECIAL :30 Hil M : '. iri I W .'. .' 1 '. ,1 nsa 1 1 OF THE SK SON . 1 1 I RVKKV VKTERSntlN tVIIKN I I CHIN i lllN l NOT I'l.W IN', I tni-liiitinir MCKDAVN lit 8:1111. I Alaii si's Ii W N IllllTM v ju I v y THE VERNON CASTLES itll M II I ami nil: i .ki. im i i ORCHLSTRA $1.50 and $2.00 sou: FIRST BALC. 50c,75c,$l I ruimnh on Mornlae Bun Thi' picture n nn Tribune i 'a-i ir- shut rial IHi i ii. i the Screen I "Qno r Ih niift intiri -iimr rilniHtord lull) 111 man) r i' 25c, 50. i, 75v and SI. 00. KIATD. MONTllUMKUV HTONK IwtBI CHIN i II I V Ki. ry N,-lii ki M'KUNKDA aaATI'HU' M ATINKI HI IN & II tKHIN Mi YOU SHOULD SEE GAItlY .V FIRST, Plity.T!i:.t- Oil -Glad ) Black Dress Satin, Imported and Domestic (yard). $1.49. Maty'l ' aa Prue for this Crude f? '7 l ori, S4 indies wide; yarn difd ol superior quality , fHIPPODROtIF III alANA.IKMKN'l la Black Chiffon Dress Faille (yd.). $1.49 Superior quality, 40 inches wide, Maey's Usual Price $1.98 Black Satin Crepe Meteor (yd.). $1.12 40 inches wide. Our Usual Price $1.49 Black Crepe de Chine (yd.). $1.49 Good quality. 44 inches wide, Maey's Usual Price $1.98 Ifaey'l Will, llrparliiirnl. Black Satin Majestic (yd.), 7(c ( n ii ni qualit) : 40 inches wide, Macy'i Usual Price 99c Black Dress Taffeta (yd.). 79c .ii. inches wide. Our Usual Price 99c Black Dress Satin (yd.). 69c Good quality; 35 inches wide. I 'erijied Price Elsewhere S5c aeoenel flaar, Wlh mrm. S..N I'll .Ni'Ml'n. I 1,1. IK. eoite, imkIii men and two frowned lunlay nam1 Point tur aeeolena whounar AHii v m jft n eked In h denae fog in- Bed aliorc -iliv. 5 I ii, mi w pak I I r m i i'na. when s ne man 3efT a MACY'S FALL SALE OF DRUGS AND TOILET ARTICLES tart to-morrow and continues on Thursday and Friday. Maey's prices on proprietary, me dicinal and toilet articles are ALWAYS lower than elsewhere. This Thrce-Day-Sale means savings upon savings: the prices that you will pay will in each instance he lower than Maey's "Lowest-in-the-City" prices. You should not miss this great economy event on drugs and toilet articles. iai-' Mali. iuui. near, M VNAliKMKN I i II IHI.KH mi. 1. 1 N, , l Matllit,' Tu-ila anil Keeei Ha 1 1'iilnir-. ai h 111 AIIitih iSal Mi CA B "' lift Hrel - a I . JU I. xr 'in o Mtiali' , : a l&OQ inn I ii 00 Ml 1 unit hi. J llMI IN M I A i'in iMIiar I.KT. m rmiTTV IHI.S UN It'! n t lif IKNCATIOK in n i Hn ii 1 1 i Mitt Ml. Ill's Mil W.TIKS lyr I in II il ItiiriKiil SOUSA ;' MATINEE TO-DAY AT J::iu. Ii tint I III tTIII', Hi'li Si a llriruli. , THE VERNON CASTLES Triumph on fchc Screen rin Murnlnji Ntm ph iiii'turv . jin'.ii miiveajH Tin' Triin mi' i liw Rhue ViT4lHilj Tin' fltolie nut ni tiii' tin mi ItMervMtiu iiiiu vtiri'- ini.i hi iunn i i i Mi . .mii . ; h .imi hi no, M V I I s I KM loii.:i TticMlnj Thnra uey em FriUe) il mi V i .m.i t . m "riirtiiMiii d'l i HuiHla) I'vi'iiitigM h J .it nii M tfll V l Nole: v, "nl '"'" IT Ml In ' 'hi . -In. I,. i ( h Men's Suits to Order From British Woolens Hundreds of men who in other years habit ually went abroad and had all their clothing made in London, are staying in America this year, and many of them are getting the same sort of suits they have been accustomed to by giving their orders in the London Tailoring Shop at Wana makcr's. -fl? This is a shop with fine British woolens to select from doing a fast growing business among particular men. It makes very fine suits for $45. Madras Shirts to Order Madras is the thing. Our Autumn madras shirtings from Great Britain are here. And the custom shirt-makers in our workrooms are growing quite busy. $2.50 to $6.50 to order. Burlington Arcade floor. New Building. John Wanamaker Broadway at Ninth, New York AMI KMKNT". AMGMCMKMTS. GRACE GEORGE AT THE PLAYHOUSE t MKRH 'A'S FOREMOS V ( "OMRDIBNXK 1, mil - M ..!.-..! IV. nl . ' . remarks that GRACE GEORGE IS THE BEST AMERICAN COMEDIENNE." Charlea Henrj Meltwr. in the .i"" an, observes that "NO AMERICAN COMEDY IS IN THE SAME CLASS WITH THIS PLAY." Lawrence Reamer, In the Sun, comments. "DELIGHTFUL PLAY UN COMMONLY FINE ACTINO." The reviewer of the Herald concludes that "NEVER HAS CRACK i GEORGE PLAYED WITH MORE ART AND CHARM." THE NEW YORK IDEA Mosl BRILLIANT tOMBDY SVBR WRITTEN BY iv AMERICAN The often t-attstic critic of TWn Topir a vera thai "THE GOLDEN AOB OF THE NEW YORK STAGE CAME BACK TO THE PLAYHOUSE ON TUESDAY NIGHT." Louis V. Dp Foe, in the H'orM, cnaractericea Ones leorge 1 first venture n producing management "A GREAT SUCCESS." The observant writer in the Journal atatea that "THROUGHOUT THE PERFORMANCE OF THIS REALLY BRILLIANT PLAY THE AU DIENCE SMILED AND LAUGHED AND SMILED AND LAUGHLD AGAIN." And so on, from start to finish. WITHOUT ONE DISSENTING NOTE. PLAYED HY Tilt: BEST COMPANY ORGANISED IN AMERICA FOR YEARS I THESE ARE SOME OF THE NAMES: l.lltl t lit .lit.. I IWt N ll Mill til I ttllX.N I I I I Nil tt.MIIIM till! J..SI I IIIM l ot I.I I I ItNKS I I t tt I l.lill OMt 1 1 I I till I II Mailt A II till tl III. K I HKl 11 Mill N . It.lMtl I I I ALL THIS IS WHY THE PLAYHOUSE IS CROWDED TO OVER FLOW IHG AND WHY IT IS HIOHLY ADVISABLE TO StCURE SEA ! IN ADVANCE. AVOIDING 1MB UlSLUIBfUKl AND fUSSiBLE APPOINTMENT OF THE RUSH HOUR. DIS 51 ai,t.iifi;.i'iil HIS SHUBERT'," ' lliffltinTiie Nea v i. iiim'v- ALONE AT LAST ttiti W "i Bwj M ' ima1 T.a "i n -' KIM. .Ill tl II., Ill 9AAXIME ELLIOTT'S; '" QUINNEYS' IMP Iln PRINCESS .; '; IHE 1 1 urn . IS , TO-M W EVE. MARK VT11 BEAST I39TH ST. COMEDY , SAT. NIGHT in 1 1 JIM I I I BOOTH MRS. BOLTAY'S PAUG ITERS CASINO inn ,t ! " Ma I'iiIi s, 1 To THE TWO VIRTUES After the Hieatre.., LYRIC 1 llKN I Ni ABE and MAWKUSS Th isinii Mala W ,1 KNINll llll its. 1 tl rTiTTJrlr'TI ral aV .1 I H Wmt rut imi IMI PI KI Ml III 11 Nl itV I IN Ml I iiun. tin. Mini "I u I -I tl. I ll I il ii ll 1 1 ,'SU. I . Vim I riv ,il Ilium r ii lu W. i,irsi mi r I'liw v ientiae, i im . . TKIIII Nl I III t A tl tNII t I I N III tin ll I I A M i.i 1 1 C M , GERMAN WAR PICTURES . ..-I I SI I. Iln L0NGACRE 'UI. il.il- In in'M A Hat SI ,11 a HH . I00TH PERFORMANCE TO-NIGHT ni im in in. mi 1 1 tn mi ti mi II S SI I i i M tt t 1 1 lit. II. 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