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THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1920.
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Only 21f) American Made
Planes Reached Front, Says
Committee- Bep'ort.
S JIL'OB WASTE IS ALLEGED
Sci'rntiiry Raker, John D. Byan
mid Others Come- In for
Criticism.
ferial to Tim Br.v i.nd Nrw Yok IUiii.d.
Washington, Feb. 16, Tho War De
partment spent $1,031,000,000 for nvla-
tlon durlns the nmetepn months of tne
ar. with the result that only 213
American made planet, all these being
of trie DIM observation type, readied
Uie front. The aviation subcommittee
of the House War Department's Expen
diture committee no declared to-day In
Its final report.
The total number of planes with the
American forces nt the tlmo of the
armistice was "40, Including 527 bought
from the Allies, the report states In cm
phafizitiR that no American built com
bat, pursuit or bombing; planes ever
reached the front, despite the huge ex
pendlturc. The report Is about 50,000 words long
nnd charges Secretary of War linker,
John I) Ityan, Major-Gen. 0. O. quler,
Col. K. A Deeds and Col, Dlsque. In
charge of the various branches of avia
tion work, with failure of the United
States to be a factor In the air and with
the "wasting of many millions."
Fatalities among American air forces
Here comparatively higher than those of
tny other power, the report shows, nnd
It declares that Inferior planes and In
sufficient training were tho reasons.
Proportion of Death.
"The statistics show that In propor
tion to the number engaged five times ns
many American tilers were killed as
compared with other branches of the
service. ' the report says "one British
flier for every 1,025 hours flown, one
Belgian for every 930 and one American
tor ei r 337 hours."
The report alleges a close association
ef Director Hyan with the largest cost
jilus contractor, Slcms, Carey, Kerbaugh
t'empanj of New York city, that had
;0,OOD 000 In contracts, and evidence
civerlng several paces of the report Is
uhmiucd on that point.
The committee strongly recommended
the creation of a separate air service.
In a minority report .Representative
ten it'ai l charges that the Insinuations
In the majority report against Mr. Hyan,
Mr Hiker and others are entirely un
warranted. During the war," the Lea report
says. " merlca established and main-
tamed more than fifty aviation training
schools here and in Europe In which
thousands of young men were trained.
We produced 11.760 alrplnr.es, and when
the war Hosed were making them at the
rate of 23.000 a year. We purchased
.TIT, planes and 5.071 engines from the
Allies of which 2.300 were sefvlce
plans used by American forces In Eu
rope "
In a summary of the report Hepre
ftnta'iVM Frear (Wis.) says: "The
total i f 740 planes, good, had and In
different, were all that were furnished
American aviators nt the front. No
pursuit or bombing plane of American
manufacture ever, reached France or
as fiut in production. Between 3.000
ml 4 uoo trained American aviators were
nailing for p'anes In France. Compared
lth America France, with practically
th time forces nt the front, had 3.321
flght.ng planes, England 1,728 and Ger
man had 2,730 left when the armistice
was signed.
D1I-J Olierrntion IMnties.
"Four thousand of the clumsy, danger
ous DIM observation planer that had
undergone 3.600 changes wore built by
the War Department at a cost of J50.
C'O.ooo. A few of these we're shipped
to Franc, but eath aviator ueforif ,the
commute is alleged to have condemned
the machine for fighting purposes, al-
thouch Secretary Haker nnd Director
Ryan are charged with full knowledge of
Us defeitlve mid dangerous character.
The War Department fcpent over o',000,
000 tnins to fit a Liberty motor into a
converted Bristol machine and then
crapped the material. About S17.tJOO.000
more were spent on standard J training
planes and then these were ulsu scrapped
as worthless.
"Seven hundred contracts wcr.i en
tered into that reached $100,000 to
JJ'i.Ono.oon each. et no fighting planes
wert produced cr on tho wa to produc
tion when the war ended the. rli.t or
aste. Xo intelligent programme was
tier adopted, but aviation production
drifted under incompetent directory from
the beginning of tho war. w'en the
American public was flrJt promised
Ijl.OOa planes before our troops . reached
France down to the end of the war.
f-lien onh 213 observation planes had
reached the front. The report claims
that v ith eriu.pment In existence tho
Turtles ".np!inv alone could h.ivc built
.f'.oori machines and other factories
couM h.vc rawed production to 100.000
planes pri- r o the armistice If go ahead
"dtrs had been given for Snads. Ca
.rronls and other fighting machines that
ert h .is, taroughout the war.
'Col. DLsnue Is alleged to have II
lesalh (.pet J j.500,000 Government
funds when in l?ig he farmed out over
20.000 soldiers to cost plus operators
lth an ironbound agrcerr.ert that they
must nnt uork over eltr.'n hours per day
and must receive uniup ncale wages paid
jivlhans. The Oo-ernment paid the
foney to the contractors, who charged
' fr cent, cost plus profit on soldiers
ry in some caecs. Secretary Baker Is
, ""fectiv charged In tho report with re
ll".'""1" for tnls unprecedented prac-
Jchn D. Hyan last night issued thla
"atemen
'' have not seen the report nor have
wen ap.)risd of Its contents. I am,
er"' familiar, and so la the public,
itft the character of the investigation
"ntiucted, and the bias and partisanship
'"at marked the endeavor of the two
j-sjority members of the sub-committee
10 Caimallz,. for Iinltv nnlltlfal m.rnn...
"ton men who did their best to help win
i"n ?'ar 1,1 whatever worlc they were
"ed upon to do.
The hairman of the sub-commltteo
""n? as shown by his record In Con-"-f.
asMimd a position hostile to
Z "'-""on of American rlgTl during
aiPrf"Wl" Period, and having voted
"TOim the declaration of war with
.. '- ""not-now. I am sure, In
"(! Wilt opinion by submitting a
th.,Z . eJ upon an Investigation so
'roughly discredited as the one which
a conducted "
Wr. edwardsforTp.c. beer
,.!"v. Edwards of New Jersey said
W m woull hKn a 3 t,er cent
mil if the Legislature paajeJ such
"Jitasure. i.u i, wouj I)rt.fer , !iavu
1 iMttove thnrc lj ,i gold clun
In 'lit law." the (Inventor
e for
In
said.
Jji opinion the referendum on tliu ,
uei(,n f.a- .!
clirv r"vernnr on a platform de- !
alr-ll aealnu prohibition nnd favoring!
"oeral law on the Question."
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Spteial to Tim Svh and Niew Yuri; Hnmt.n.
Albanv, Kcb, 16. Tho Senate and
Assembly passed to-ulglit under an
emergency message from tl-.u iJovernor
a bill appropriating- J54C.000 for pur
chase by the State of the building at 120
East Twenty-eighth street, own.d by
the International committee of the Y. 41.
C. ., to house the State Industrial Com
mission, which Is now at 230 Fifth ave
nue. The lease of the fiooru In Fifth ave
nue expires In 1921, nnd Ifie owners re
fuse to release on the ground that the
Industrial Commission 1b a poor tenant
because so many people have to visit the
commission's offices,. The commission
has been paying 160.700 a year rent and
could not find new quarters for less than
S 1 10.000 a year.
Arrested n .tinker of Mill.
Holtokb, Mass., Feb. 10. Discovery
recently of several whiskey distilling
plants In this city caused the arrest to-
day of Richard A. Huppert. a tinsmith.
or. the charge of manufacturing nnd set
ting up such stills. He pleaded not
guilty nnd was held for n hearing be
fore a United States Commissioner.
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RESPONSE IS THEREFORE ADVISED
Handsome Fur-trimmed Suits
Formerly$195to$55(h-$9$J145J2&0
Gowns and Dresses
Formerly $165 to $225 to g5
Dinner and Evening Gowns
Formerly $225 to $350-$l25 $165
Beautiful Evening Wraps
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rClearance Prices onFurs-n
Coats Wraps
Scarfs fashioned
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ROADS BILL REPORT
FINALLY APPROVED
Arbitration Plan Proposed by
President Agreed Ujjon
by Conferees.
ANTI-STWKE CLAUSE OUT
Boards Created to Hcly
Moral Suasion Only to
Enforce Awards.
on
5;.rul to Thk Sin and Nkw Yok Hiiuin.
Wabiiinoton, Feb. 16. With tho np
provnl of n comprehensive arbitration
system for the settlement of all rnllway
labor disputes Senate nnd House con
ference mnnaer to-night reached a
finnl agreement on the railroad bill. The
report of the conferees will be submitted
to both houses to-morrow or Wednesday
and the consideration In tho House Is
existed to begin Thursday.
The labor provisions were changed at
the Inst minute from n piogramme ten
tatively agreed upon because of recom
mendations made to-do v by Dlrector
aenernl Mines. Ills puggestlon coincides
In prlnclpl" with those recently sent tn
tho railroad workers by President Wil
son nnd his action Is understood to have
been at the President's request.
The arbitration machinery ns finally
approved Is as follows:
Hallway boards of adjustment may be
established wherever and whenever n
dispute arise Iwtween the carriers and
employees, provided It does not deal
with waies. This arbitration Is volun
tary. Tlwio boards have nn equal
number of representatives of both
pirtlt'H. All questions of wages aro to
be considered by n railway board of
appeal.", which nlsn shall hear all
disputes on which tho adjustment
boards fall to agree. This board Is
composed of three representatives of
the carriers, three of labor and three
of the public," nil appointed by Presi
dent Wilson, "by nnd with the ndvlec
and consen of the Senate."
Tilly Is to be n permanent organiza
tion much like the War Labor Hoard
over which William II. Toft presided
during the war. -
To llpl)- on Public Opinion.
VII anti-strike provl'ons of the bill
wero previously eliminated from the
it and the appeals nnd adjustment
boards rely on public opinion for the
enforcement nf their awards nnd find
ings. Alleged violations of any award
are to bo Investigated by the nppe.ih
AT 40.-ST H.t
jKcnu) Celled SjubM
tylaiii CatlatS Sack Coal
w3 CduaLijllo()d6.ot
btafib .aldo Mtact) mtto
3uctcofid .ul outlifuL
tyaiw JfacJccfa v.atu) Dtoti
IMMEDIATE SERVICE
AVE.AT 46T!i ST,
NEW YORK
Coatees Sets
of desirable pelts
board and If found to be such the
board may ro proclaim, ngaln relying
on public opinion to prevent any In
terruption of commerce.
The main recommendation of the
Director-deneral wan to change the
personnel of the nppealti board, The
conferees had tentatively ngroed that
this board should be composed of five
men, thtea to represent the public and
r,ne each tho carriers and the em
ployees, thus In all cases giving tho
public, representatives tho final word.
The Hlncs proposal allow tho em
ployees and carriers to outvotn the
public, but this was obviated partly by
vt provision that nil decisions on appeals
board must hnvo the approval of five of
the nine members,, and that In those
respecting wages nt least one of the
public group must concur,
A declaration of the general Intent and
purpose of tho arbitration system Is the,
first section of the labor provisions.
"It shall bo the duty of the carriers
and the employees to exert every rea
sonable effort ... to avoid Interrup
tions of commerce, and If posslblo to
decide disputes In conferences of rep
resentatives designated by them," the
bill states.
Uniform Declnlonn Arr .Sought.
Members of the Conference Commit
tee to-night explnlncd that all questions
of wnges were left to tho nppeals board
because of the many different decisions
likely to result from lenvlng such
matter to adjustment boards scattered
all over tho country,
The three carrier members of the ap
peals board are to be selected by the
President from a list of six to bo sub
mitted by the railway executives and
the same practice is followed In choosing
the labor members. The public repre
sentatives are chosen directly by the
President. All may be removed by the
Prcsldont and their Ril.irles are fixed at
$10,000 a year.
Just as tho Interstate Commerce Com
mission Is directed to make "Just and
reasonable rates" the nppeals board Is
directed tp allow "Just and reasonable"
wnges. The bill provides that in reach
ing a wage decision the following points
shall be taken Into consideration:
1. The wages In kindred industries.
2. Tho cost of living. 3. Tho hazards
of tho work Involved. 4. Tho character
rnd regularity of tho emptoyecc. 5. The
training and skill necessary for the
work.
Tho Fcope of the work assigned to tho
odjustment boards is along the lino of
grievances, rules and working conditions.
These boards correspond to thoso exist
ing before the war voluntarily created
by the carriers nnd employees.
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JERO.Nli: KERN S Ilp.it Tunes.
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MATS. TO-MO'W (I'op. IMcen) and Sat.
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"lle!,t Linht Comedy Ever Written by an
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Last Two Lectures in New York
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"The Evidence for Survival"
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"The Continuity of Existence"
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MM! TO-NIGHT at 8:15.
FIRST ALL-AMERICAN CONCERT
KATHRYN LEE & ELKADY TRIO
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J- nm ,Onc Night in Rome!
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GLOBE "Apple Blossoms"
KreiMer-Jacobl-Le Ilaron Operetta
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Wild Rennett. Stir Cajtt. I'oo.Mnt.TivmV.
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SAVAGE CLUB MASQUE
Walter Damrosch '..conductor.
Carnegie Hall. Sat. Aft.. Feb. 21. mt j.ta'
SYMPHONY CONCERT
for Younc People
Adolph Bolm Ballet Intimc
Conducted by Mr. Pollaln.
Carnecle Kail. Sat. v.v, t-.K
Aeolian Hall. Sun, A? Fib .V !''
, Soloist
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Booth
Thra,.i.'Ith.W.of ll'way. Kvs. S10.
Alats.Tu-m'w Hat.ft re.23t.iu
Lf0 Ditrichstein
in "tiik
I'lIRI'I.K.
MASK.."
I ITTI rThm. AA W nfll'mr.
r. KVS.S30.
1 tdiMts.To.m'w.8at.& Fell. 23. 2 30
RACHEL
HESHE
('llOTHERS
nay,
with Ilarhel (Trnthers and CtI1 Kelnhtlev.
(
'I in-:.42d,W.orn'r. Evs.S:25ltlMt.
)
"-MW.Tcmw.St
Axtliii rianimlWlliiht I'riX.IItt
ALWAYS YOU
Irnnn Franklin Ralph Her
A Chorus That Onuirlpa All.
. SUCCESS OF TWO SEASONS,
EAST 13 WEST
I with FAY flA INTER
ABTOR-Mt.Wd..Kt.Feb.2t. KvsflQ
44TH ST l-1 "' M' Anderson's pi
JteXL'S&r RivpuTiEb
'rmw..Sat.AFeh.2.1 ov 112'
Rlffltk 3stn " nr. ll'way. IMats.Thiin,
UUIIUI (irrripy tA2Si BvB.HStO.8at.2l'W.
imni , j or i neaim liiuui Annonnre- ,
TIMES. 'TOLSTOY'S GREATEST PLAY.
THE POWER OF DARKNESS
Nora RaveThea-t4lh,W,orR'y. Evs.Si.to.
VICTOR HERBERT'S fa'SS'
MY GOLDEN GIRL'
"A GOLDEN ENTERTAINMENT. "-Olobe
(OaL CT" Thea., near ll'way. Eves H-.:in.
iCtn O l .Mats.Thurs..Sat.& Feb.23.J:30.
1 STORM is.
AR
HARRIS, W. 42d H',, Eves. 8:30.
Wedding Bells
Mawiret I.awTcnce 1: Wallace Eddlnier.
Mats. Wed, ti Sst. Foil. 2.1.1. 2:30.
SELWYN.
DONALD
BRIAN
V. 42 1 St.
I PEGGY
I WOOD
Eves. 8-10 (
RALPH
MORGAN i
in the
Musical
"BUDDIES":
llil
Mais. Wed.. Sat. k Feb. 21d. 2.:30, V
JOHN D. WILLIAMS Presents
. KUOENR O. O'NEILL'S Orent TrairMy
BEYOND THE HORIZON
TOrAV ").nn "l"" TO-MORROW.
-DAY at LL) and Friday,
MOROSCO Spec al Mats. Onlv
aft mm msm
WVTM AM AL STAK CAAT
IlliOADIIt'RST. W 4HliSt.Ev.C 30 1
Jane COWL
III N.MII.I.N lll'UIIIMI
Mat. Thiir., Sat. A Fob 2.11, 2 11
CI TI1VTL THEA 42. St V. ril'ay.
tl.l UNUL-vs K.;() vt- t "i 'Vh.21
HI ini 1 4.-ith ht. hr. N 1(1,
D1JUU Mats, Wed. "t . ' i'i 2.4
BARNEY BERNARD
"HIS HONOR ABE POTASH"
DCDI IDI IC'nMS M Ei-.. t VI
rIr UDLII-Vi' AFeh.2:i
LEXINGTON
THEATRE
LKXINtlTON
AVEN'l'E
AND
sut sTRunr
Chicago Opera
To-night at S. "L'Amcro del Tn Ile;
(iarden, Johnson, (iclcfll, Lazzarl. Conu..
Marlnuzzl. , . , , .
rd., "Dlnorah" Oaill-Cun-I. Rlmlnl.
Mojlca. La.trl. Contl.. Marlnuzsl. .
Thurs.. "Norma." Ralss. Dolci. Shallow,
Lwjir!. Cimd.. Marlnurar.
Fri.. "RlKoletto." Oalll-Curci. Schlpa.
RuHo. Claossoiis.Cotreuil Cond..Marlil.
Sat, Mat.. "Iloudour." Pavley, Ouk
nihiskv. Itallct. "L'Apres-Mldi A un
Faune". "Cavallcria Hustlcana. RaLsii.
Dolcl. Rimini, Pavloska. Cond..Msrinli .
Sat. Nlnht. Ilenent Italian Hospiul.
"Carmen." Garden. O'Sullivaii. RaklanolT.
Sliirlnw, HiilM-meau. conn., aianniimi
Alon. Mat.. llem-Mt Socloty rr 1"
ventlon Tubemilosls. OnlyN. . Pro
senlatlon of John Alden Carpenters
New llallct. "The lllrthday of Infanu.'
Adolph Holm ft Halle t Corps; and "Tho
Spanish Hour." Oall, Mairuenat, Do
fWrw rnlnMtll Wnmi-PV. Cn.. Hasscl-
nians". (Tickets on uleat Hotel Renls.l
Mon.Muht. "IlairJct." ituno.Macuetn
Van Ocrdon. I,w.ari. Cond., Chrller.
Tubs., "narlier or Seville." OallM.'urcl,
Claisens. Schlpa, Galcfll. Cotreuil. Cond..
(Mason A Hamlin Piano Used ErclusIvelyA
SUN. NOT. CONCERTS HIPPODROME.
METROPOLITAN
nT.it -a ...i- xfiviu' I ifaniITT
InitrAin; 0.iru), Amato. Hcsurola. Cond. Ilpl.
at 1.30 (S1..M) to 57), t rarsiiai llarroIJ.
. a - . . . . . I , ..1.1 I I I . . ( nnrl I ) 1 11 . 1.- V"
THURS. at 8:15. LUCIA. IJairientos; MarlU
nelll. Do Lnca. Martlno. Cond., Papl.
FRI. at 8:15. BUTTERFLY. Farrar. Fornla:
Martinet'.!. Srottl. Hada. Cond. Moranzonl.
SAT. at 2. PROPHETE. Muiio. Maticnaiier.
Oalll: Caruso. Rothlcr. Dua, Schlcgel. Mar-
dones. Rodanzky. . . .
SAT. at 8 ($1 to W.001 upimio inn
HUSTICANA. Easton. Perlnl: Criml, Chal-
j 1 , r'nll Tl'.I liaison.
tos.OallliDlas.Dldur.Holm.Cond.'namlMwcliek
NEXT MON. Mat. a (l to 3), FAUHT.
Farrar: Martlnelll. Werrenrath, llardoncs.
woirr.
StON. at 8. Double lllll, L ORAOOLO. La
ton: Harrold. Scottl. Dldur. Moranioni. CLEO
PATRA'S NIGHT. Alda. Gordon. Oalll:
Kingston. AP.p..tAN p,Ayo oaBp.
PHILHARMONIC
I CONCERTS
mapp STRANSKY
RANSKY i . .uonauctor
3 HALL, Sun. Aft., Fb. il. at S.
RACHMANINOFF
CARNEGIE HALL. Sun. Aft
.Assisting
Artist
Tickets at Box Office.
Felix F. Lelfels. Mgr.
FLONZALEY
Quartet
MMK. FANNY
BLOOMFIELD ZEISLER
and i dilnri.h.Hl 'cellU',.
Tekts SI ti- S.I. Mrt Loudon Charl'nn
LAeoIian Hall. Thtirs. Eve,. Feb. 19. at 8:15.
SONG RECITAL by BEATRICE
MAR T'l N
SOPRANO
Met. IlaMicl Jfc ln-. Manen A Hsmlin Piano.
Carnczlc Hall. -Mon. Eve.. Feb. IS. at 8:15.
snvn nEOlTAI. I1Y THEO.
KARLE
, TENOR.
Mrt. Klntbcrry Foler, Mson A Hsmlin Plsno
AEOLIAN HALI . FRIDAY EVO.. PER. 2(1
Mill IN RECITAL CHARLOTTE
DI
IUTH-WILLIAMS
h Pewyer. lee. Ar-cllsn Tli'g
I Mrt. An
r-OLUMD
Jr.llw
J(! W
,11 way A 47. T Ire Dally ,Eves
SrOKT.
,iijuu3wiia-i.ik.iiaii:avs.ij
TheWonderful Thing
i inn
i
1 i s
AMUSEMENTS,
Hits, Dh-ectlon tlitittnAi'tt
30rU Cf Theanr. ll'wsv. Eves., WO
J lllO I Mats. To.mw.8t.JkFrli.Q.nn
Charles Cherry and kIi-x a l
Kranrlna Urrlmnr. .SLANI jAI .
In the famous comedy
SPECIAL TO DAY AN'n FRIDAY
MATIN EES lU-Lmi AT 2:40
nnd Tiles, fc Prl. for the 2 Following Weeks
Walter Haat At Morris Rri Prment
ALEXANDRA CARLISLE
in "THE TRAGEDY OF NAN"
Ily JOHN MASKFIELD
MAXINE ELLIOTT'S
Kvs.RSIO. Mals.To-mV.Ssl.Mon.FebS 30
ARTHUR HOPKINS Presents
John Drew &3&.
A New ComMv hv RUPERT IIUOIIES.
CCIN 1 iAL,.Mts.Tniw8st.& Fen.Vi mm
SAM, IRENE
Bernard AND Bordoni
In I hn International
Mimleal 8uorens
AS YOU WERE
rflMPnY'". "r- M way. Eves. S:2.V
IAJIV1C.LM ,M,.Thur.Hat.&Feb.23at2:2S.
(Irralrat LaiuhliiK Comedy or All,
My Lady Friends
Wllh CLIFTON CRAWFORD
Pl.,..tl. West 4ntli St. EvfH, sno.
riymOUtn Mats. Thurs. Ii Sat 2K.
imi 1MiMDtDDVtmDr in "THK
Weelt JWnlN I lwiu. JKST
IliWinlnif IJOHN HMtllYMORE jSe.
Mon Mar, I In RICHARD III. N
Seals
I ,r. 4th, W.of Uway. Kvs. N 30
LXingacre Mn, To-m'w. 8X.& Feh.23 .
F. Ray ComatocKandMo.-rli Gest Prcsjnt
mon'th Adam and Eva
Thorii'iIilvDi'isln-r.cspHally -leted 'T'lh.
Cinidlm M-inev Ai'l Fill Value.
CENTURY theatre
Mat's. Tn-mV.S-M. & N t, M'""' "A" - 2
F Ray Con-tock and Mrrl Oust I'reont
,t(. Aphrodite
COMPANY tf 101 PEOI'I.U S SCENES
Clllvlhtl V -V Aeeenleil Full VsilU'.
i-i.'.N'1'IMis i iuiiu 'H,r ri'.ii "Thea
Morris Gcst Midnight Whirl
EH 11 -.til I'.W tf-Thlt Sll" ' l-l N V
CTf I !Dp'RTr,l0.v.-,4lll. W.iif R'v EvsMI
SnUDbK 1 Mats.To-m'wRitA- Feh.2:l.2:lfl
Grcenvich Village Jt'.IStX'Iti; av.
Ee. R.4.1. Matinees Thurs. & Sal,. 2:15.
NANCE O'NEIL
m THE PASSION FLOWER
f'AINln .miliii Rroadwav. Eves. 8 20.
t-A3llU Mai.Tn.mV,S.it..reb.2:it2aO
MUSICAL COMhI)V EXQUISITE,
i? Little Whopper
With VIVIENNE SKOAL.
AMERICAN Sim OPER CI
' l-l'Ill-x-rutSulll a.'syuiiil'Opvr.iHiirlnue
mmmu
"ll.u Ixsi ,hii I eir hin In my lilu.'
AManier Wn-ticn:t of Hie Vl nei.
PARkT THEATRE. Ci liimlms Circle. Evs.
2 I.MR:l.
'AUSWnmn9o r.r rn
fllWEIfDIIil tOlhOli.otBto
rnoiif ii lirnnt curtain Duo
:.iats. wed.s-Sat. Curtain .
i lit; I Uin.ai uuiiitty tilt
II
-Jh EDITH DAV
imw Air WiiMilns'oli's r.Msy Nlat, i
MDRrmPO et4".iiist Ks. sti.
Mnln.Tlnirs. AS;
. A-s.-t.2-ao.
LAST 7 TIMES,
M RICHARD Wmt
u '"A tw nAv
AiuN. EVE., b'lih. -a .uy
ELSIE FERGUSON
In a NeV' Play hy ARNOLD 1IIJNNBTT.
Sacred and Profane love
OPERA noim I! (J '111 bill
FIRST AMERICAN . a
AI'PEARANCE at 8:20
l'stronaie of Mrs. Harn'd T. Mct?ormV:
CLOTILDE and ALEXANDER
CREATORS OF NEW
ART IN DANCING
;o MEMBERS OF THE NEW
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA.
INC.. OF THE MUSICIANS
NEW ORCHESTRA SOCIETY.
Dr. Anselm Ooctil, Conductor,
TICKETS JI.50 td $7. BOXES
$5(V$00 (plus War Tax).
Ufirctlon W oKsohn Musical Bureau
Jwcph Mandclkern, Maniger. '
LTI TO-NIGHT AT 8:15.
iarnegie nail Thurs. Afi .fck io,3.-oo
i nurs.Ari . re'. 19,3,-on
GORTOT
TWO UKKTnOVKN
CONCjERTS by
alfre:d
'hIiIi the Mnd asslstanco of
MR. WALTER DAMROSCH
fhe1 New York Symphony Orchestra
Tkts..iOctuta. Buxes15&tI3, Stelnway Piano.
Winifred Lugrin Fahey
Dramatic Soprano.
Wed. Afternoon at 3 o'clock,
Aeolian Hall,
Boxoince now open.
BROOKLYN AMUSEMENTS.
CTAR
nr. Fulton St. Mat
Main 1893. Dally
FOLLIES
r T15T c
VTXiVliU TIIK
Every Sunday Two Blr Concerts,
BROOKLYN ACADEMY OF MUSIC
ffi Thurs. and Fii.
Sir Harry Lauder
IN NEW AND OLD SONOS.
COMPANY OF WELL KNOWN ARTISTS.
HOTEL AND KE4TAUKANTS.
CM
FRIDAY. FED. 20
HOTEL des ARTISTES
10 P. M. CHU CHIN CHOW opens his
rourt.
I A. SI. The Oriental Rhythmic Fantasy.
MIMO SAN AT THE TEMPLE OF
HEAVEN
I UN) A. M. Majtic purse award for most
artistic OrlentsI rostume.
213 A. M. Beauty contest and award of
the GOLDEN APPLE.
SUBSCRIITION8 S15 A COUPLE
CEIC'LE DES ARTISTES.
1 WEST H7TII ST. COLUMBUS 4204.
Committee, of Award Fay Ilalnter. Flor
ence Reed, Charlotte Falrcblld. Howard
("handler Christy. Penryhn Btanlawa. J.
Knowlcs Hsre,
14th Street m furtk Avim
II n
I R
18.
SAKHAROFF
1 1
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