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THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD,' TUESDAY, FEBRUARX 10, 1920.
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"MM ANNE
SPUIS OM BAR;
ICREW LANDED
Mutiny Quelled by Firing of
Hovolvoi After Ship
Breaks In Two.
VESSEL IS TOTAL, LOSS
Attempt Will Bo Made to Tttko
,Off Tart of Dominion
; Liner's Cargo.
The OM Dominion liner IMncess
Anne, which piled Up on tho aand off
Itocltavay Point In the gale early
I day, was set down lis a total loss by
t the underwriters last night. Tho back
t of tho $1,000,000 craft la broken amid-
Bhlp, whero she Is caught on a sand
f bar. She swine sllchtly with the tide,
. nB though on a pivot, and her bow and
r tern are hourly sinking in deeper
i water.
f Tho crew of forty-four men left on
board after the passengers had been
landed Saturday was token, ashoro
! yeterday aftor some of tho mon liad
j become panic stricken when tho Prln
i qess Anne began breaking up during
f the night and had mado a rush for
f tho boats which were swinging at tho
j davits. They were driven back at the
points of revolvers by Charles F. Bax-
ker, the first officer, who was In com
i Nnand, and Second Mato William
Heath.
j Fear seized the negro members of
the crew shortly before midnight and
Barker fired four ehots over their
heads before tho stampede was
checked. The engine room force all
white and mostly Irish Americans
stood with the two officers, but from
the time of the frcnxled dash for tho
boats until daylight Barker and Heath
were forced to remain on deck with
their weapons in their hands.
Sounded Like Artillery Fire.
The liner began making water at 10 :30
o'clock Sunday night. An hour later a
two foot gap fpllt her hull from, port to
starboard. The snapping of her plated
rounded like the report of artillery and
all hands were ordered on deck. The
rush of Negroes came almost Immedi
ately afterward. The shots rendered
the men docllo for a time and Barker
and lfeath and the engine room force
endeavored to reassure them and point
out that there was no danger of the
hip breaking up Immediately, as the rea
wa calm and there was bail little .wind.
Food and hot coffee were served" and
had an appreciable effect In raisin's the
morale, but the two officers kept their
revolvers ready for Instant use again
In cjse of need.
As toon as It was light enough so
Prices realised on Swift & Company
riles of carcass bef In New Yorlc City
for week ending Saturday-,- Feb. 7. nn
shipments told out, ranged from It cents
to 1 cents per pound and averaged 17.1!
rsnts per pound.. rfr.
v a-
Downtown Office:
16 Wall Street
that he- thotuht Jhererwai fair chance
of the ulrnilv being seen ashore, First
Officer Barker tent a blue and a red
flatr .fluttering to the miuthcad tho
blue ono uppermost. Hsrry M. Urown,
who It spending the wlpter with his wife
at a bungalow on the beach opposite
lh.4 grounded steamship, chanced to be
tending with his binoculars at his eyes.
An International signal code book was
on the living room table and the flags,
he found, asked "Immediate assistance."
Mr. and Sirs. Mm Kennedy, Who wer
driven from their hotel, at Breeiy Point
by the storm, were marooned nt the
Brown cottage which linn been uwd as
a refugti by the Coast Quart! patrol.
Kennedy nt onco mndo his way back to
tho abandoned hotel and telephoned the
pollco and Coast Guard station 02, two
miles up the beach, that the liner had
called for help.
At 9 o'clock the Const Ouard life
boat, under command of Capt. William
Tooker and carrying eight men, reached
the eldo of the Princess Anne. The'
crew of the lpier were anxious enough
to' reach Innd but refused to leave the
ehlp unless they could take their per
sonal baggage. The life hoat was no(
largo enough to transport It. Cnpt.
Tooker refused their request nnd stnrted
back to tho beach for a ten ton power
launch. Something was wrong with the
motor, however, and It was hours be
fore the launch could start.
Tnlies Off 27 of Cruv.
Meantime Capt. George A. Carman of
Canartjle came out from Sheepshead
Bay In his power fiBhlng sloop StetU C.
and voluhteered his aid. The sloop
pude three trips between the shore and
the stranded steamer, carrying twenty-
seven of the crew nnd their baggage to
safety, The men wero numb with ex'
nosurn when they landed at the foot
Of Emmons nvenue, Bheepshead Bay;.
Thero had been no heat aboard the
Trlnccss Anne since she struck nnd they
had been living on hardtack and coffee.
Seventeen of the crew, Including
Barker and Heath, still etuck to the ship.
All save tho two officers wero taken
aboard the pollco boat Fatrol, which
stnrted down tho bay from Pier A under
command of Cspt. James W. Hallock as
soon ns Mr. Kennedy's news of tho dis
tress signal had been flashed over the
police wires. J. J. Brown, general pss-
Fenzor agent of tho Old Dominion Line,
and Cnpt. Peter Nelron of the company's
steamship Madison were on board the
I'ttrol. and their Inspection of the liug
breach in her plates convinced tnem met
nothing could bo done to save her.
Mr. Brown Immediately Bent a radio to
the Railroad Administration offices In:
forming tho officials thero of tho plight
cf tho liner and asking that guard boats
he sent nt once to prevent the pillage of
her valuable cargo. A number or nsmng
boats were dotting the surface, of the
sea In the vUlnlty .
Barker and Heath still stuck to their
ehlp after tho Patrol left tho nccne of
the wreck on hor way back to the Bat
tery. Thoy intended lemajnlng all night,
but after a conforcii'-o with tho eklpper
of the Merrltt-Cliapman wrecking tug
Relief, which later came alongside, they
abandoned the ship at t :45 last night.
A lantern was left hanging In her
shrouds. t
Early to-day an effort will be made
to set a barge alongside the Princess
Anne and tnko off a portion of her
cargo. She Is considered to he In Im
mediate danger of going to pieces, and
only the, fact that the a was calm Is
believed to have fac her yesterday.
Mayor 11 lorn Ordered to Court.
Mayor Hylan unust appear In th
Supreme Court. Brooklyn on March 20.
o nnswer questions which the nttorneyt
for Wlltlum J. Sehleffelln will ask him In
ccnnectlon with the latter's 5100,0(70
libel action. Mr Sehleffelln,. chairman
ot the Citizens Union, alleges Nio Mayor
Warned him In a letter he wrote Health
'ommlfcfloner Cop;lnnd relative to his
rug business
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Bapsikei(s Trust Company
Member Federal
OF 'INVISIBLE1
Suspended Assemblymen Will
Make Tills Claim in Their
Defence,
LAST MOVE TS LOST
Resolution to Set Aside Their
Trial Is Defeated by .
Record Vote.
Sptc'nf to Tns Sv amp Ns Yon HtiUM).
Ai.banV) Feb. 9? After he Assembly
bad defeated to.nlght by a vote of 91 to
9 the last move made In behalf of the
five Soclalst members the latter united
In Issuing a statement that thry pro
posed to show Inlheff defense to be pro
sented this" week that they wero the vic
tims of "Invisible government" In Albany.
Instead of weakening, the supporters
of Speaker Bwjet'a course appear to be
getting stronger. The 'Vote to-night re
corded the largest majority yet given
for. the" Speaker and against the Social
ists ' '
iVssemplyman McLaughlin of the
Bronx insisted upon a vote on his reeo
lutlon which sought to set aside the
trial of the Socialists on the ground that
the voto of a member of the house on
any measure could not be questioned.
While tho five Socialists are being tried
by the Assembly the Assembly Itfielf Is
on trial before the country, Mr. Mc
Laughlin said.
Several members opposed the resolu
tion and argued It was out of order at
this late date. Tho speaker ruled that
the motion was out of order, but set
aside hit ruling because he raid be
wished to have frco discussion and a
final vote. Further attempt to reseat the
Socialists or to end the trial probably
will not bo made.
The Socialists' statement was prepared
in conference with counsel' It fpre-,
Shadows the testimony to be produced
on behalf of the five ousted Socialist
AMemblymen nnd will reveal tho work
ings of fhe invisible empire at Albany.
FOES
Priceless Names
What would you not give for the
, preatige of such names as Wanamaker,
Lipton, Elcaya,Conaphore,ArrowCollars.
' A good article, plus merchandising, plus
advertising made these names famous.
COLLIN ARMSTRONG, Inc.
General Advertising: Agents
146J Dro'adwny at 42nd Street, New York
Telephone 1707 IJryiiit
TORONTO
MONTREAL
Reserve System
Astor Trust Office:
Fifth Avenue at 42d Street'
The tettlrrwny wilt thaw who terved thulotrUo fltate Committee;, had Wen men.
irivfilble empire And who opposed lu wilt.
"The .five Assemblymen will take the
Blind In turn and explain their Ideals and
purpose, and bo subjected to cross-ex
amination by the nine attorneys repre
n'lng the Judiciary Committee," the
statement ays, Tour of the five As-
scmulymen liavo previously nerved,
Kvery point of their record will bo
brought up for scrutiny. All their votes
In the Legislature will be thoroughly ex -
amlned nnd .explained ,from tho actual
...it. A f iII.aiiii.Um n,t '.Wfcat J Atl til
Aeeombly floor on all important mens
ures.
The exposition of this record win
Incidentally msko clear the real reason p, John valentine. resident of
behind the ouster proceedings. It will cjoshe to-day waa" able to shave him
throw much Illumination on the relative Mf preparation for the celebration of
progress of bills in the Interest of the
public and of tho Invisible empire of
special privilege, me latter momaini ,
measures that nave appeared in tiu
Assembly during the past few sessions
designed to saddle higher car fares on
tho people of New York city to swell
the nroflti of the traction rlnir. measures
Ideslgned to turn over tremendous water
power rights belonging to the peopla to
private corporations, measures designed
to gag and curtail the rights of the
working people of the State, and many
other measures along similar lines."
Martin Conboy, counsel for the State,
announced this evening that two morerl
witnesses would be called to-morrow n.e
fore the prosecution ends.
VAN NAMEE NAMED
FOR A $13,000 JOB
Governor Nominates Secre
tary for Up'State.P. S. C.
Sf tclat to Tna Sun "axn UewVoiif Bib-ld.
Albant, Feb. 9 Gov. Smith nomi
nated to-night his1 secretary, George R.
Von Names, to be a member ot the Up
State Public Service Commission for a
full term of five years at 115,000 a year.
He will succeed Thomas P. Fonnell of
Elmlra. a Republican, whose term ex
pires February 10. The nomination was
cent to the Senate.
Mr. Vtn Namee, whose home io In
Wstertown, has been secretary of the
Democratic State Committee for several
years. Before he became secretary to
the Governor he waa a member of tho
Legislative Bill Drafting Commission.
He was clerk of the Assembly In 1913,
and In 1911 served as Its clerk. The
nomination of Mr. Van Names came rs
a surprise. He had not been considered
In the running for tho place. The name
of W. W. Farley, chairman of the Dem-
LONDON
PARIS
tloned several timet for th post
Qov. Smith has named Edward F.
Boyle, who was a, defeated candidate
for Borough President of Manhattan, for
u mil ierm or six years as state Indus
trial Commissioner nt ,00Q a year. Tho
Governor oUo nominated Cyrue Wi Phil,
j Hps of Rochester, now a Deputy Indutv
trial Commissioner, to fill out ,th&-term
ot the late John Mitchell, which expires
(January l, mi. Mr. Phillips Is a He.
publican. .
-nunTDBi jumscir nt abb oi ioo.
MiromowH, N. Y., Feb. O.Although
he rAranllv ha4 ),n vru 111 will. ik.
hi, J00th birthday, which wns held In
1 AND 3 WEST 37TH ST.
ONE DOOR PnOM FIFTH AVENUiS
SCARCITY ?
NpT
LONG LACE CURTAINS
PLENTY ARE HERE
. 6s 4 YARDS
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MARIE ANTOINETTEELIZABETHAN
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SEE OUR '
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MADE TO YOUR ORDER IF DESIRED.
AMU8EMKNT8.
tW YORK'S LEADING THEATRES AND StTOOBSflES
PMPIRP D'way40tbSt. Eva. at 0.
l-JViri!C Mat. Wed.. Thurs. & Sat. 2:20.
3 MATINEESITO-MOKROW (TI1UR8.)
TIMRWKKKjItUOMDAY) fi Rat. 2:30
ETHEL In ZOE AKIN8 play
BARRYMORE DECLASSEE
V.H1 1 EJUUIN Mat.. Y,.. Thurs. .V Bat.
3 MATS. TOM'W"..TH&U9..(HolMy)
TH19WKEKI and SATUltD.vS'. 22U.
ANOTHER OTIS SKINN'Elt TRIUMPH!
m SKINNER '
"fntcnacly humorous and dramatle."-Tlmeii
RFI .ASCO Wst 44th fit. Evot. 8 JOT.
DLUUwV jja(s ThurJ & m 2.2()
I nnAvo I Tin'. 'VTHESON-
Lienore uinc daughter"
Dy Oeorgo Scarhormuh and Duld Rlasfp
VNICKEUIIOC'KKR. ll'ivayiis Ht. Krs.S:'li)
" Uat 7 Tlmw. .Mats. Thurs. & Sat.. 2:13.
iwuiv m.iiut,iu a uejc iiiiuic.il j'lay.
MOT MON. NIGHT SaaSDiura"
HEMI? W SAVAOE, CPFm
THE. f ACE. con C&MP ny
HAYINGS
f ABRAHAM UKO&IH
vTSilS Slnrp. M.its,W-d..Thur.& Sat..3-13
HENRY MILLERS Sfi
Eva. :39, Matinees Tiwrs&Set 2 2P
HENRY MILLER 7.
BLANCHE BATES 3S?
'Electrlfylns eJTcct.'-nunvs Mantle, Mall.
AEL03E-'APPLE BLOSSOMS'
gK hrulsler-Jaeobl LcRaronOperetta
v i with John Charles Thomas.
WIda Bennett, star uasy. Eves. w
MATS. TIIIH " r.civ; w.. j iiwu. a.
Standard
U'wnv.V IKINt. l'OO.
1
, Prices.
1 Mata'Today, Thurs, & Sat.
3 WISE FOOLS"
METROrOMTANIITDESDAY F,V.
OPERA HOUSE IjFEU. 17, at 8:20
FIRST AMERICAN
APPEARANCE
(Patronage of Mrs. Harold F. MfCortnlck)
CLOTILDE and ALEXANDER
CREATORS OF NEW
ART IN DANCING
70 MEMBERS OP NEW
8)MlUONr ORCHESTRA
TICKETS S1.50 to $7
BOXES l.'.0-0O
TLUS WAR TAX.
Direction Wolfsnhn Musical Bureau.
Joseph Mandellirrn. Manager.
METROPOLITANS
WED. at 8. CARMEN. Farrar. Sundellu;.
Galll: Martlnelll. Couzlnou. RotlUer. Cd. vom.
THURS., SPECIAL MAT. ot 2 (St to Si)
A Til A ."Uzio, iviaizcnaurr; - nnii.
rtlLrt Amato. Cond. Moramonl.
THURS. at 8. MARTA. Harrlentos. I'crlnl;
Caruso. De Luca. Malatesta. Cond. Uodanzky.
VRI.8:15, BOUEME. Alda, Sparkes: Harrold.
Dldur, Scottl. Malatesta, Segurola. Papl.
SAT. Mat. at 2, ZAZA. Farrar. HomtutI, Eien
cr: Crlml, Amato. Cond., Moraiuoa).
SAT.at8($ttO.S0). BLUE BIRD, Easton.
Perlnl, Delaunols, Ellis; Couilnou.Rothler.Woltr.
KBJtT MONrt 8, BARBER of SEVILLE.
Barrlentos; Uackett. Da Luca. Mardones,
Malatesta. Cond., l'apl.
' THURSDAY MAT. FEB, 19, AT 130
PARSIFAL
Matienauer; narroldWbltehlll, Rothler, Dl
dur. Cond.. Ilodanzlty. Prices $1.80 to 7
HARDMAN 1'IANU USED.
Hotel Commorlore Musicale'
FRIDAY EE., FEB. 13TH. AT 8:15
AMELITA
GALUCURCI
LIONEL STORR
mtoi S I L B A
rricrs 12. $3, 14. Gen. Adm. S1.SO. At
Hotel Contmodcro Hot Office, Mcz. floor.
Mar.agem't R. E, Johnston, Knabo Piano
AEOLIAN HALL, Frl. Aft.,
Feb. H at J.
Barrere Ensemble
(of WIND INSTRUMENTS),
Direction Catharine A. Banunan.
Aeolian Hall. Tburs. Eve.. Feb. 19. at 8:13
SONO RECITAL" by
BEATRICE MARTIN
BOFRANO
'Mgt. Uatnsel It Joncj, Mason&Uamllnrkno.
SA K H A R 0 F F
I ' 't
the home of -JilB daughter, Mrs. Henry
Blnsabaugh. with Whom he has lived for
miny yean. Mr. V!ntlne wm born
near Goshen and has always lived on
outdoor life. His mind It clear and he
reads without glasses.
Hnrdlnir ri SrobHiyn To-nWrM.
United Btates Senator Warren t.
Harding will speak before the Kings
County Republican Committee In Kis
met Temple . to-Jilght.. He. will be the
third candidate ior the nomination for
Preeldent to be nearn Dy ino urogniyn
organisation. Before the meeting the
Senator will be the guest at the dinner
of Benatoe Wl lam u yaiaer in mo
Montauk Club, as were Senators Miles
Polndexter end Hiram w. jonnson wnen
they epoke,
NO !
IN
AMUSEMENTS.
New Amsterdam
Theatre, W. 42d St.
Evirs.atSitO.
2 Mats thii AVeolc: THURS. (Elnroln'a Dlrtli
day) & Sat, Seats 50c to 12. No Higher.
THE SEASON'S MUSICAL THIUMI'Hl
The Mrssager-Tarklngton Melodic Gem.
ATOP NEW AMSTERDAM THEA. at J J :30
TlID
NICHT Pnn Mat nEST MWei) EXTRA MAT.
CHARLES DILLINGHAM'S
(m$L Latest Musical Cdraedy Joy Rlda
m "THE MHT BOAT"
Or
Es.B :30. at tho LIRE RTV.
OEO. p i Thaa., B'y43 St. Evgs. 8:45.
M. UOtiariMats. Wed..rrh Bat.. .20.
LAURETTE TAYLOR
1 1 W'OneNightin Romo'
r YrPf IM Theatre. W. 43th St. E. S30
L. I WCUIVI Ml(3- Thun. and Sit. 2:30.
DAVID 1IELASCO presotitj
InaClaireSS
HUDSON Booth Taikington's
West 44th St I llfl
"CI
Kvs.3'4S.MatK,
Wed..Th.&Sit.
arence
"Uwt LIeIH Comedy Ever Written by pn
Amerlcan'-Hayivooil llroun. Tribune.
rvL.r. H, I4,rn. The.w.43 8t.at8:4S.
Lohan & Harris MatsWed.Thurs.iSat.
M. ABSOLUTE DEMIC TP1OT
A Slastcrptcco In nay Construction.
FRAN
OA1ETY 1,1 MATINKES THIS WEEK,
H'way, 10 fit.TO-M' W, THURS. di SAT. B 30.
LEXINGTON
THEATRE
LEXINflTON
AVENUE
AND
Olst STREET
Chicago Opera
TONIGHT at 8. "Lucia." Oalll-Curd,
Boucl, Rlmlnl, Lazzarl. Cond. Da Aiuells.
Tues l.:cla." flalll-Curcl. Boucl, ltl
mlnl. LazMri. Cond. De Angclb.
Wed., "II Tabarro." Oa!l, Jobnton.Ga
ledli "Suor A"wllca," Italsa. Van Oordon;
"(llannl Schlcchl," Herbert, Clamscm,
Johnson, Oalem, Laizarl. Cond. Marlnuazl.
Kstra Thura. Mat.. "IKlUir d'Amore.'
Macbeth. Bond, Rlmlnl, Trevlsan. Cond.
aiaruiuzzi.
Thurs. Niftht. "Herodlade." Oall. D'Al
vires, O'Bulllvan, Maguenat, Parley, Ouli
ralnsky & Ballet. Cond., Charller,
Frl. "namlct." Macbeth, Van Gordon,
ltuffo, Lauarl, Oukralnsky & Ballet.
Cond., Charller. ,
. Sat. Mat.. "Don F-vqualo." Galll-Curci,
Schlpa, Rlmlnl, Trevlsan. Cond., Marlnuzzl
Sat. Night, Benefit Italian War Orphans.
"The Masked Ball." Ralss, Bond, Macbeth
GalelU, Van Cordon. Cund., De Anells.
Mon., "PaRllacd," RufTo, Santlllan, La
mont, Dcfrcrr, Ollvlero. Cond., Marlnuzzl:
and new Ballet. "BOUDOUH." PaMoy,
Oukralnsky and Corps do Ballet, Cond.,
Ilorowskl.
Tucs., ' I. Amoro del Tre Re." Garden.
Johnson, Galeffll, Lazzarl. Cond. Marlnuzzl
(Mason & Hamlin Piano Used Exclusively.)
SUN. NUT. CONCERTS HIPPODROME
LEE KF.EDICIC rrosents
Sir Oliver Lodge
At SHUBERT THEATRE
Next Saturday Morning, 11 o'dock
"The Reality of the Unseen"
Sun. Ere., Feb. 13. at 833
The Structure of the Atom"
Mon. Mat., Feb. 10. at 330
The Continuity of Existence"
Tickets. 31.00 to S2.KO (plus tax), no it on
sale at Shubert's Thcatro Box Offlc.
At CARNEGIE HALL
Tucs. Mat., Feb. 17, at 330
The Evtdaic: for Survival'
Thurs. Morning, Feb. 19. at 11 o'clock.
"The Continuity of Existence"
Ticket". 10c to sja.80 (plus tax), now on
sale at Carnegie Hall Box Office,
Sir Oliver Lodge's American Tour la
under tho exclusive management of
LEE KEEDIOK. 437 Fifth Ave..
Marnier of tht WorWi Afost CiliHrcUti
, Lecturer. '
3D CHICAGO OPERA CO. CONCERT
Hippodrome Next Sun. Nisht
FEB. 15TH AT 8:15 S0LOI3TS.
EDWARD JOHNSON tenor
YVONNE GALL soprano
CYRENA VAN GORDONContr alto
CARLO OUiiFFI baritone
ORCHESTRA OF 1C0 PIECES
PRICES: S1.0O, S1.50 and $2.00.
Seats Now at Hlppouromo Box umce.
I
I
Aeolian Hall, Mgnday Eve, Feb. H, at J:15
Piano IlecltaJ KATHARINE
GOODSON
MlL Antonla Sawysr, Inc. Stelnway Plans.
AMDSKMENTfl.
Amrlc'i Foremott TbiatrM nd
Winter GardcnMWAtt
mm
LOUIfl DE I'QE. WpRLl
naVr iptctade. Passee all thi
"A daxillni
rV
MAXINE ELLIOTT
Mine Elliott's M;:S:
Ff TlNr.RI,IEA" ls,l 8t- W. of n'vrar.
bijou affi.w.-'ifffisig
BARNEY BERNARD
"HIS HONOR ABE POTASH"
DCDI IOI ir,Wejt4adt. Evei.at.
UpLlLltaWrI.TItugat..g:iP.
Greenwich Village Z&lkl&fc
Eras. 8:411. Mats. Lincoln's D'dty 8t. 3:45
NANCE O'NEIL
m THE PASSION FLOWER
48th ST.t.nciPn'K.KSSo
i STORM JBb.
Loiuncre tXM&ffl&jo
F. Ray Comstock and Morris Oeit Prcwmt
Adam and Eva
Thorouxhly amittn. capitally ed'.Trlb
Canadlsn Stnney A"einte, Fiul auie
CENTURY KlalSil
x Mia. Thla Weekf To-m'w, Thiirs. Bat.
eekf To-m'w, Thurs. Sat
ck and StorrU Out ITeseni
V. Ray Comstock and Moms
The Bonsatloa
of Paris
and New York
Aphrodite
Morris Gat Midnight Whirl
Evs. tiao. Rest After Theatre Show In N.V
Grace George
In .
"THE RUINED LADY
By rrances Nordstrom.
PlayhouseMw.ai:s.t.o
tMAT3.TIIISWEEIC:To-m'w.ThurytBat.
BROADHUltST.' V. 44th Bt.
Jane COWL
in "BiUlLlW l llltUUUII
Eves. 8:45. Mats. Thurs. & Sat. 2:J0.
PAQIMn 30th and Broadway. Eves. 8:15.
WiOlljU M'tsTom'',Llncoln'iB'day&8at.
MUSICAL COMEDY EXQUISITE
i Little Whopper
With VIVIENNE SEGAL.
Gsrr f kth St., nr.Bway. Mats. Lincoln s
Ucl I ltaoreeleyl22.E vs.8 30(Bdayac8at.3 30
LAST Jl The Theatre Oulld announces..
WEEKHlTOIJtTOY'S OREATEST PLAY
THE POWER OF DARKNESS
MOROSCO sPecial Mats-
TODAY at 2:20' Fn2'. AFT-
EUGENE O. O'NEILL'S Great Tragedy
BEYOND THE HORIZON
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fjJe1 New York Symphony Orchestra
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MAXINK ELLIOTT'S THEATRE
SUNDAY EVE., FEBRUAHY 15th, AT 8:15
Fit IDAY AIT.. FEUHUAHY 20th, AT 3flO
YVETTE
DANIEL MAYER. Mr.
Knabo Flano.
Aeolian Hall, Sat Eve, Feb. 14, at l:J0.
Sasha Votichenko
with the
Russian Symphony Orchestra
"Russian Cathedral Quartet."
Tkts.at Box Offlce. Mct.Antonla Sawyer.Ino.
Philadelphia Orchestra.
TO-NIGHT AT 8:15, Carnegie Hall. Keith
oven Chor. Kuntasy with Samnroff. First
New York performance) of the Itactimaninaff
Choral Symphony. "Tho Ilells." Soloists,
II INKLE. A. IIACKETT, PATTON.
Aeolian Hall. Thurs. Eve. Feb. "12, 8:15
MAX GEGNA
'OHo Ttecltl. (K'ranlch & Dach tMano).
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ANE COWL In "SMILIN" THROUOn."
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