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. mm -1 ; ! . m V THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1920. hither Financial Bubble las Burst and many Innocrnt investors will probably lose a Urge part of hard earned ini-ome. Guaranteed First Mortgage S Certificates are proof againit all surh disaster The seeurily i langiWe, aoJ pay inrnl of principal and inUraat at 4'? it positively guarantee in all events. Haas far riroaUr F it. LAWYERS MORTGAGE CO. RICHARD M. BIRD. rrttMfWt Capital and Surplus $9,000,000 U Uhsrty SI..N.Y. 1H MoHstue St. .Mm. Telephone 7905 Cort. Ttiephoos 7W Mali.. OUSTED SOCIALISTS GET A CLEAR FIELD Republicans and Democrats Fail to Reach Agreement for Fusion. BRONX SPLIT ON ABELES Dry Vote by State Benator Made Him Unacceptable to Democrats. "i!iiiiimnnRminiiiiiiufliiiirmiiitiiiiiiiniii Flint's Pine Furniture (Annua! 5ummer.5ale tftik Ouaiity (Dependable Qurniure EJenj item in our stock u d"Rcdjjced-notritrtqfcHltri I !0 50 ranijinupto Our entire colleclion of Tcrsian&Chneyus) 1 -at reijthoru aOerdnii more non 35 I FLnt B Homer O) tno I oWtit 36" St- I Ltuiii4rji.:itiuiuiwiiauuiiimuiuiiui!ii'r- r Gewrts Heary Payne Ored kla patttfcsn la opposition to Senator James W. Wads- worth. Jr., for the Republican nomina tion, while another contender (or tha Republkaut choice la Mr a CI la A. Boole, the Prohibition party candidate, who personally took to Albany her petition of designation aa a Republican candi date alpo. Senator George r. Thompson of Niarxra (oanty Died hi petition aa a candidate ailnst Judfe Nathan L. Miller for tha Republican Gubernatorial nomination. Other opposition to org-anlxutlon alatea cropped out In tha following petlttona: William Bennett of New York for Lieutenant-Governor on the Republican ti i. -. former Senator Robert Laweon of Brooklyn for Secretary of Htata on tha ReputiUdAn ticket, William Lieberman. Republican, of Brooklyn, fbr State Cotnp i r,(ller; Theodore B. Baylor, Republican, of New Tork. for Treasurer: Asstmbly man John P. Donohne, Republican, of Putnam county, for Treasurer. For the minor place from New York city there will be .. number of contest where rear I sat lor hava decided to let he candidate rent it out for inem- M.ivee. particularly In Kings county. In New York county William W. Pellet and fc'chuyler Myr will go to tlie prlmarlea (or the Republican nomination for state annate In the Seventeenth dlatrlcL The Par Association of tha Firat Ju dicial district filed petitions with tha Poard of Election yaaterday for the following Justices for both Republican and Democrat la parties: Supreme Court Leonard A. Olegerlch, M. Warley Platzek. Charles L Ouy and Ultctiell L. Erbmter. Oeneral Sessions Thomaa C. T. Crain and Otto A. Roaalsky. Petitions were filed for the following" candidates for Justice of the Supreme Ccdrt First Judicial district, which comprises the counties of New York ami ine uroi x t Democratic Edward J MoOoldrlck, William P Burr. Edward Bwann, Fran ris Marltn. Leonard A Oieferlch. Charles L. Ouy. at Warley PUtnek, John Ford, Mitchell U Erlanger. Isi dore at Levy and Ralph V. Wechler. ' Republican Morris S. Schector, Frank Wechsler and Joseph R. Clevenger. The following petitions were filed for I !W. Bchnetdel Joseph F. Licea and Associated Garment Manufactvbers FIFTH ANNUAL EXHIBIT Fashion Show Held st the Ritz-Carltori Hot?l August 24, 25, 26, 27, 1920 at 3 o'clock in afternoon The genera public will be admitted on August 27th. Admission by "irds only. Apply to Garment De partment of leading stores or tr Sidney Llumentiul & Co. Inc. 395 Fourth Avenue THE SEAL Of DISTINCTION Of the few last day surprises that characterised the filing of designating petitions of the various candidates seeking party nominations in tha Sep tember primarle. the most sensaUonal waa that the Republicans and Demo crat failed to rea n nn agreement upon a fusion ticket against the Socialists In The Bronx. That disagreement makes It virtually certain not only that all five of the ousted Socialist Assembly men from New York will ho returned to All. any. hut raises the possibility of the 5 socialists adding a Benator from 'The) 3 I Bronx to their Albany representation. The fusion plan of The Bronx Repub licans and Democrats is said to have) come to grief because tha Democrats were unwilling to accept Peter A. Abeles, Republican, for renomination for the Semite from the Twent y-ssrond district. The reason for the antipathy of the Democrats to Senator AbtJtS, It is said, ia that he Bronx Senator voted for the ratification of the prohibition amendment when the leaders of his con- j stltuency had expected any sort of a vote; but that from him. The Socialists named Edmunds Belde as their Senatorial, candidate from the Twenty -second district There are two Democratic candidates, it. Maldwln Fer tig and Irving Crans. The Socialists filed petitions for a full ticket in all the bor oughs. I Abtles was elected to the Senate last 1 time on a Fusion ticket He got 2I.5JI ' against 14,1(3 for Esther Friedman, the Socialist candidate. It Is not beyond Republican : John J. Dunn. Democrat. I reason, therefore, that the Socialists Following are tfi Conrreaa. State I may be able to send a Senator In on a Senate and Assembly candidates from : ; plurality thia time. New york city, according to an unoffi-1 . ine rauure or tna senatorial fusion Hal report of designation petitions ftil I P'sn disrupted the fusion scheme for the yesterday. "F" Indicating fusion candi- Aasembly districts in The Bronx also, so ! dates and "D" or "R" indicating the I tnat Ulrc Is little reason to expect , partv affiliation of such a candidate. otherwise than that Bamuel De Witt and j (Where more than one name appears It Samuel Orr will go back to Albany from lnalcatl s ttlere contest) : ui iui.u buu . .; :, stasemDiy ai- : i trlcta. Rapture of the Republican and Demo i eratlc plana for fuaioo in the Twenty-1 i third Assembly district in Brooklyn. I I following a quarrel over Judicial cai:dl , dates. Indicates that Ctuulea Solomon. I 1 the ousted Socialist from that district 'Will he '' - i Tn la-.haltn I tmlm II Waldman and August d&esstns d , I ' feated fusion pdi,!:.. In tV.A Kivhrs . . r 'mm" I and seventeenth Asfcemlaly district' last time, so It appears reasonable that thoae 10 SocialieSs also wll' be knocking at the Assembly door again after the electlona The return of the Socialists to the Assembly will create a new fight, and the fact that the Socialist vacancies In the Assembly are to be filled at a spc- I clal election means that the special ses- ' -I 111 i I . . , . i . . divii win nave uai proojem to aisjoe of along With the bousing Question w MANHATTAM AMD TUK BMOKX. ti-T. J. Wslser Jacob Bhaptro U-J. J. RwykM W. M. Ine tt-BV Dewniag Dr B. Dowalaa (DF 15-Wattaa hi rauaCMr. Albert OIUagST 1-M J. McCu Thomas MalUe lWullus Miller W. W. Pellet avhuylsr Mysr IS-4L a. CoUllo U A MasSstsnba IS-E. J. nowltsa Wllllaa Dvagsa 30- B. B. Buraton W. V. Tolbert tl tt. . Hbi ckno - XI M. M. Fertla IrvssgOraas SS-J. J. Dvuuslgan AatvetaMr. MANHATTAN. AD. Demoeratlc. Republican. 1-Ptter line. ill H. C. Parke I P. It Oalaane Maa Waiaer .V-T. V. Barcllitl William 1U.IU -8. IdcksielD (DF) U. Plckslata (DP) C. D. Donohua John McCann o inirnaa iHJT) Rel t'lUnan (MT) 7 R. K crgtayts N. H. Fox S-M. l. Helae ilUT) U. D. Relss (') ft P. T. Cornelia Btfward Rarer Is-.-. A. Morgan Bernard Arnson II- Chartes Stuart F. H. Nichols i- J J. O'Cosaor J. A. Jenms. Jr. IS J. J. Wilson It B. Wallace 14 F. L. Hackcnberg C. J. Rsrtunek IIW. J. MaellvnaM Joseph Steinberg 15 Uaurira RlAch Abraham Ober 17-N Ubvrmau RF)N. Uberraan (1U1 Is-O. M. Tlernan f. J Naughthi 1SM. J. Mealy Marguerite L. BSjtk isJ-L. A. aivUller C. J Tremoau 11 J. T. fa tha j. C. Hawkins !2 M. ft. Reibura n. J smith 113 Irvtng Coon 11. N Jess BROOKLTN. 1 John J. Grtfflth John A Warrtn Franklin W. Morton I- William Brown James J. Mullln J-Frask J. Taylor George W. Harris 4 Ivttr A. McArdla Lttghton Krooks V-Hugh P. Fearon 0-M. J. Solomon John R. Crews 7-John J. Kelly Thomas V. Monaha'. 5- M. J. Retily Far rail J. 8htrldan ftJ. W. Conkltn James T. Carroll li-Bernar1 F Gray Leo V. Poherty II Wm. K. Waruuid James F. Mr Charles Smart i; J .... r, Rice Joseph L. Zito Jsines Cm. Moore IS J. J. FroaMtch John Wackerman 14 A. a Vacenoa 1V-J. J McLaughlin Herman Sprlgsde lft-P. M. Klemfel.l Leon 0, k 17 Joel C. Pldsrecn Frederick A. Wslls elauss la the Ohio conaUtutlon relating to ratification of Federal amendmenu also nullified fhe ciausa In Lbs Tennsa ass conaUtutlon. Ia tats connection Spsmksr Walker, opposition Issder read a latter rrora Mr Frlereon saying he had not advised any one that It would he "entirely prop er for the present Legislature to act,'' "The question as to whether, having ,' ths' power to act. It oaa with propriety do so In view of ths provlslona of ths ! Tennessee constitution.'' wrote Mr. 1 Frler.'on. "Is s wholly different question ' and ore as to which I have cx pres. ted no i opinion " A recent ruling by the State Attorney- Oeneral that a majTltv vote of the memliers pi eaent If there mu S quorum, and rot tha constitutional ;n t rlty of Rfty of tJis nlnety-nlnn members of th lllouad. would be sufficient or ratlflca- tloa or rejection of suffrage, entered I Into the dlscusrlon of poatlhllltlea to day. Shooid the suffreglstst poll a ma jority short of fl.'ty votes, h. was said by Iradc-s of the Spaoglt'.on, Sieaker .Walker prrbsbly ami).! rule that ratifi cation hao tailed far ijcfc 0( a consti tutional majority, In which event a two ' thirds majority would be needed to up set the Speaker's decision. IMMIGRATION BOARD SHAKEUF ORDERED IS Virweat Curr,-n 1-Benj. Kllngcian 20 Henry George T. Braun 21- John B. White 22 L. M. Emmett Theodore Btltt Frank X Glaceon John O. Guempler Matthew Sax Walter F. Clayton Uoula J. Bruas cindldates to fill Aldermanlc vacancies. Twenty-ninth District Albert O. Hal berstadt. Democrat ; Emanuel Deutch Republican. Forts--stxth District David J. Stew art. Republican , John L Demprey. Democrat Fifty-first D!stri-t Humbert Saverese. BRONX. A D. Democratic RepuM 1-A. M. Her.rterson T. F. Fallaee --E. J. Flynn F. F. Itham 3- BenJamln Antln L E. Jacobs 4 Helen F Redmor Ju'ius Altaian V- v'barles C uhen Asslntml Socrotnry Post Dl ivets Roorsranlzfttlon After romploto Inqnlry. ' ' isi-TvnToif. Aug 17 Reorfanlsa :lcn cf tht Immigration Bureau was or dered to-day by Louis F. Post. Assistant Secretarv of Labor, following an Invea tlgatlon said to have disclosed conditions indicating "utter dlaorgantsatlon" of tha enriee. Ths shakeup, It was said at ths department. Included not only the office It-re of Anthony Camlnsttl. Commie loner Osnersl, but slao ihe cuuttsl sta- lorm and the (laid servlcv Labor Department officials said the conditions which led to lnvestlgstlonof lis bureau wsrs of long standing. Ths ituatlon was called to the attention of Mr. Camlnettl both by Secretary J HM .nd the solicitor of the Labor Dn-r- uent, before whom had been prexented latanceo which they believed ahowed IM disorganised state of the Immlgra. Ion service. Plans of the department under its re- rgsniistlon schsme were not disclosed. Mr. Post contsrrsd to-day. howsver. with Commissioner Wallls of Oie Ellis Island nation regarding the situation there due o shortage of porsonnsl to handls the mcreaalng tide of Immigration. It w-ss Indicated that Hie force would be In- rased soon to a point approaching Its Klie before ihe war checked immigration ind the staff waa reduced. em., n in the reorganisation were Columbus. Ohio, Aug. 17. When h a..itant BecreUry Post on oaked to-night whether he would go to I juy jj wnrn Commissioner Oeneral of X svllie Tcnn.. to aid In the fight fc.r irpmiiratlon Camlnettl was shorn of the rajlitcatkin of the Federal suffrage j a,hrttv which he had exerrlssd lor COX IS READY TO GO I TO TENNIS AY SUFFS WAfMtNOTON, Aug. 17. Renewed ef I forts are being made by the Woman', i party to get Gov. Cox to go to Nash j villa and take a personal hand In th I fight for ratification of ths Federal suf- frage amendment according to an an . nounc ment given out from Ita hsad ; quarters to-night which asserted that : the Uemocrallc nominee had Indicated ' hb nilllni-neiw to comply with the re- quoel. contended that only ths Secretary of Ls i bor and ths Assistant Secretary war empowered by law to exercise Judgment ' In auch cases. On August 14 a memorandum wag pro- pared by Secretary Post Inquiring Into ths "causes of and remedies for ths dis organised conditions In the Bureau ot Immigration and Its consequent ineffi ciency." Certain "undsslrabls" condi tions prevailing in the bureau were or dered rrmedled Immediately. These In cluded, besides the enforcement of the decision affecting ths transfer of judg ment over appeal and warrant cases from the Commissioner General of Im migration to ths Secretary or Assistant Btcrstsry of Labor, "ths sxcesaive free dom of access to the Immigration Bureau during working hours of persons not Hi. i.iiiy connected wlUt the bureau." ago hs declared war on the ferryboat smokers and resorted to the detective fores when his first warning was Ignored. The detectives were in atructsd to arrest any one violating the smoking rules. On Trail of Ferry Smokers. Ten city detectives were posted yes terday on municipal fei ryboata to carri on ths crusade which drover A Whaler. Commissioner of Plant and Structures, tr, wuglntr ngainst emoking. A week CANTU GIVES UP IN LOWER CALIFORNIA Deponed Governor Likely to Reenter Mexican Army. Dv fS4 sittoria'rd Press. Mrxir.u.i, Lower California, Aur i: Arrengemonte for transfer to-mnrmw of Ihe Oovernorrhlp of the noithe rn district of Lower California from E't.bin Cantu, who has been In revolt for ths laat three weeks, to QssV Luis M s, K. xar. virtually were completed to-nlgl.t Gov. Cantu authorised ths sta'e.n. r.t that lien. Sauuar would succeed nbn is the Governorship to-morrow, r . - ,ln. pounced that Cantu soee- woe., his colcnelcy in the Mexican army. AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. nast of making reoomgjenda Tcn-tej-see Leglslsturt-. Gov. Cox stated ' ,i. in anneal snd warrant casea"paaa- The department that he had "no thought of doing so Charlea Tremon'l BROOKLYN AND QUEENS. Dlst. temocratl. Repubbcs.-.. I d-T. J. Mi-Dcnaid 7 J. V. M'Km SV-E. J. Wll. gCEEXS A.P Dsmoeretlc. rtepubltsc 1- 1' A. 1-elnlnger P. N. Kenns 2 Birnhard Schwab H. F. Murphy S-:. W. Bvrnes K. J. Neary 4 E. A. Homer Nicholas Pitts H J. C. Donovan Ralph Halpenj F. A. Locke Henry Braun RICHMOND. A.D. Democratic. Hepilllen. 1 Tboniaa Cosgrove Lucy J. Klppel 2 G. p. Renaud E. B. Flartc-ba I.. ihrnurh hla hands I I " 1' 2-John J. Kindred Rudolph Hsntosrh lra J. Darrtan 3 John Klsssr 4 Tljoroaj H Cullsn James J. Actarlta 5 Kline W. F X Oeoghan Warrtn L Lee 7-Jaa-.es J Morris Joseph Koc'.ana S Charles G Bead Joh O. Nc ison ft D. J. rC.-aned Andrew Pstsrsoa MANHATTAN. 11 D. J R Wilbur F. Wnkemtn 11 H. M. Goidfagle insyj 1J C. D. Sullivan (I)F) 14 N. ft Psrlman (RF ! IS Ptter J. Dnoltng Thcmas J. Ryan jr Thonia F 8nlth Wsrren S. FlJher ' irMrrher r tvn o,u I- snna M. Gotdfo.le (DF) C D. Pallltan i OF) D. Perlman (RF) N aaewasaa naves UIM i , . i . . 1 . i 11-tiriUTH w I ' .1 vrajijajij ad, 1 1 1 Nothing prha;t, could rrtato q;it so ! tf1 r rrw Hnry J 00MM much political tnunder on the eve of j tjSttiir, Isiae". :i-j. the election as the reopening of the Socialist ouster fight a: the special see slon. Th petitions for the complete State I j slates of the Republican ard Democratic i :s R I parties were filed In Albany yeatardjiy, ' Indicating no departure from the pro I j grammes mapped out at the Saratoga I I conventions. F. Donovan Martin 0. Arurrge Anrrw B. Humphr 22 A. J Griffin Wilbur J Murphy THE BRONX F. MeKinnlry STILL SEE CHANCE TO WIN TENNESSEE Coniinard frum rirel Papc. Senate. BROOKLYN AND OVEENS. I ' i I ,1 i l j Perhaps the most Important contest l nppenrlng In the petitions fjlesl la that I caust-d by the petition of Mayor George ; R Lunn of Schenectady, who will op ! r.rse I.-eut -flnv ?tr-v C u-,lbM regular Democratic candidate, for the (jnitsd States Senatoriat nomination. Dlst Democratic. 2 Carl Berger 3- 5 D. F. Farrel S Frank Conklln H James J. Morris 10- Republican. Jhhn L. Karle Albert C Kunrl Msxwell S. Harris J. V Mclaughlin w. F. Simpson C. C. Loekwood A. w. Burllngame G. M. Reierhmann Ellaha Clifton declared no importance should be at tached to It A final vote to-morrow waa regarded as almost certain. The principal speeches were delivered to-day and It was said other addresses would be brief. Some members took exception to ths I presence of scores of opposing workers on the floor of the House. A motion I that It be cleared brought a howl of protest. tv bfi re on the motion .that the Hus concur In the action of the Svnit. iu . ratifying the amendment centred largely ; on the c-ntention thai the Le-glV.t fl hid no right to- act on rant seat ion. aa a ; f clause of the State constitution provides I that a Legislature to piss oa a p.v ' posed amendment treat have beeto eleot I ed prior to the submission of the ame-d-j ment by Congress. Spe-:kr opposing this view pointed to opinions attrlotite I to W. U Frierson, Solaritor-General of the United Statea, and Attorney-General Thompson of Tennnesee, Oiat a declsk n of the Supreme Court holding void a Make Your Steam Heating Sys fem Really Work. Have your heating con- trartor t-aulp "A- - radi 'or wltS a Hoffman Valve. Automatic per-le.-tlon. Radiators hot from end in end Be leaning do hissing real comfort on low steam presiure. Write for booklet Hoffman Spe cialty Company, Inc., Mit Sh Avenue. New Tork HOFFMAN Valves gs it Prevents Constipation Yonr doctor will tell on that boat rtsnlts are obtained from an import ad oil-v Ugalbaa Jj Imported and costs no mora than aubstitutoa. Let Cuticura Be Your First Thought Always When the first signs of redness or rough seas sppear; smear gently with Cuticura Ointment to help sooths and heal, then bathe wkh Cuticura Soap and hot water ta cleanse snd purify. Finally dust on the refreshing Cuticura Talcum, a delicateJs Mdicated, exquisitely scented powder. If ased for every -day toilet purposes. Cuti cura does much to prevent skin trouble. sawslilMsrnitT' aaassriaa. DtsS. 1st. I seapae. umtsieaiDawe raicam se. ,etilejs4l,MW gaMsiwy Cstkura Soap shares wttkout eaut- Floor i Coverip High Grade Wool Wilton Rugs A lot of high grade Wilt6n Rugs which have just arrived from the mill. The line is exceedingly large and varied and many ol the patterns are confined to us. Made from high gra-4" wool yarn, by one of the best American mills, in patterns which are cor , oi .the Chinese and the Oriental. The colors have for their basic grounuwor-k the shades of rose, blue, brown, green, tan and gray. Ideal floor coverings for the living room, library, dining room, den, chamber and hall. They are priced as follows: ri 22H in.x36 in., 27 in.154 in., 16 in. 163 in.. $9.44 $14.24 $22.74 4 ft. 6 in. 17 ft. 6 in., $45.50 6 ft.xo ft.. $82.75 8 ft. 3 in. no ft. 6 in.. $124.00 9 ft.ni ft., $133.00 10 ft. 6 ia.xrj h. 6 in., $207.00 11 ft. 3 tn.xi5 ft. $231.00 "Miles Standish" Colonial Rag Rugs In addition to the Wilton Rugs, we have also received a large consignment of our famous "Miles Standish" Rugs. With the regular sizes, we have taken the odd sizes which the mill has accumulated for the season. These have all been marked at prices which should mean real saving for you. You will therefore be able to find the size rug that you wish for any part of your home. These rugs are made from new rags, such as chambrays, calicos, prints, cretonnes and bed tickings. The sizes and prices are as follows; 24 in. 236 in., $1.54 27 in. 154 in., $2.74 30 in.x6o in., $3.48 36 in.a72 in., $4.24 4 h.x7 ft., 6 ft.xa ft, $6.74 $13.24 8 ft.xio ft., 9 h.xu ft., $18.74 $24.89 Cordon & Dilworth Real . Linoleums We are offering an excellent line of both imported and domestic inlaid linoleum. These linoleums come from the best Ameiican and British mills. Excellent line, in parquetry and tiie effects, all colors, and designs that aie worth while. They run as follows: Imported Inlaid Linoleum $2.44 12.84 13.19 $3.54 $3.94 per sq. yd. Domestic Inlaid Linoleum $1.89 $2.09 $2.39 $2.74 per sq. yd. Figured Cork Linoleums A few very pretty patterns, in cluding blue and white block, have been marked for quick selling. These linoleums are 4 yards wide, others are 2 yards wide. They ar regularly priced $1.29 and $1.39 per sq. yd. Special sale price $1.09 per sq. yd. fS&Zf -Fourth Fleer HERALD SQUARE tTlO. TORE. Our Annual August Pre-Season Sale of MEN'S and YOUNG MEN'S WINTER OVERCOATS Most of them are Satin - Trimmed ! GROUP A Consisting of Coats that you'll pay as high as $50 for when the season opens 33 50 GROUP B Comprising those that you'll pay as high as $60 for during the season 39 75 BUY NOW! PAY LESS! Sixty dayi from today you may be able to buy an overcoat at these prices but you'll not be able to buy THESE overcoats at THESE prices! We hold this sale in August because in August we can give you certain advantages. It fills out an otherwise quiet fortnight of business for us and it affords a definite and measur able saving for you. It should be added that all 'hose coats are our regular stock an 1 adhere to our un varying tailoring c.andard. Storm Ulsters, Town Ulsters, Ulster, ettes, Slip-ons, Form-fitting Box Coats and Self and Velvet Collared Chesterfields. James McCreery & Co. 6th Ave. 35th Street Second Floor AmarUa's Foremost Trustees and Hits. M reel I an of Lee ami J. J. Sr.uhev Writer CarrUn B-wr iti. Krj.8. " mrr vjaraen Mst.T. . t r ,!1T'Ki:: to-mofpow t t CINDERELLA on BROADWAY here Daisies MssSj r"1 AneMenoeirrow wild Atnr r,nrv TsaastM MdM.AC.P.vT J niTrnr V ttSlrn ne Col aaon. Prwli - 'lny MOMIfihT ROUHPf R$ f Jo .osi r-sntUnl f.Hs In iSe WnrM PRIfF.s ft. 7. 1 tUM. Dlnlne sad Ossein tn Open, A. 30 On. !i r. Ray Comstne MnrrN fleas BISSSai ! the LOPRoCre Firs? Marnier Set. 1 1 OPENING TO-NIGHT & .SdV THE CAVE GIRL By (laorre VMdteton sort Osnr BoHoa (I Ti lth cirxre va."miioe an i jo'.ji ooc Sat ts Now. We ,4 Kvenlnas st S:lo. in ;f M T a aT. SFLWYN ITS MTHUi HANNCI)(TBIN'S FRANK MUM mmm mm 01 flcKu mm A MUiifliai COMtDV YE. fVagKSS Msllnee Tewlay .VK to S3 00 rAlMf! Thia . 391.1 A; U'aav. Xrni SJO. VrtOIIU Ores. set(2.M. Rr- Mat. Sat MATINF.F. TO-DAY BEST sKATS a4 1f. 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L ThJustlrfB v.F.ts iti st"MTT I nil 'LADIES NIGHT MOROSCO NEXT TT- Da' Seat, MONDAY 1 tie Dat Thum Bv Marr Rorie-s Hlriehart A- Avery Hopol Mb Street near B way Phone 330 Bryant WAGES HALS A KEMPER CO. presents BI 10U Tll,'al"'- '"h Ss., ' or Broadway J Kveniags at S JO. UaT " TO-DAY I S Mt THE CHARM SCHOOL LIKIV; Now Playing WILLIAM FARNUM In a Beauttrul Seiw I Vemnn of IF I WERE KING from 0e asaaSiiftil tace and novel rry Jntin llar.Uy SirXarthy. FI ii TflN West ISUl Pt. Eves S:a0. r OA. 1 VJl Ml TO-DAY A fiat, i ii ADOI.PH KLAT'RKK present. Little THeafrr th Pt Eves, saa . 'nCalreMaM. To-day a Sat. 2 J. tmi v Stevens in akis Assisted hy Lswrwirei Growitrsa ,,FOOTL00SE,, Seats 6 Week. In Advsn sa, ENTER MADAME "Rmaltttt (A jhihlnt) art of GIL DA VARESl in a nw HfU.' Eve. World. ' ll it afeministd tertian ot Ttu Great Loeer.' "Eve. Mall. .VORAM.V TRFVOK put into the par: tts Txaantlitry tet rnakft him su; a popular IratUng men." Eve. Sun. BltOCIC PEMBERTOX uept foncari at S rnan vAe Ino-. r a good piay when He seas tf a-so (.in nna a car nj ci nt.um eve. tllohe. ' Has Utat j'ii , . '..' flaror of bnmon nrrtd cneiu vauA tracts aw staff all Mo ttUom: Eve. Post t:4ame act mitred and vlll hold the etno, of the sitae UsIejMsjir.'' Eve. Teleerata. GARRICK WW.BStfe. r'ltxroy 1422. "t'mrcr t.i . . . . . . rparl ic a Itaht ttmtii stent u .1(1 Ke atce 1. , nil r-h. aft. L. . ... K . - . m The Jtst. "The Trbune. I.ILDA VARFSI. that sr.iortn,' actress .tuuiy assjasj pr;,n Vnm. around rium svirls the lautrh'fr nf ' r... ir..(.n. i ae lime. Her BM1SSM fad cU the iiay.v ,nest sf touch and poHsh of the nntshed 'Wito, Sun-H(Tald fssrjasl aatne D XORMAS tTREVOR in u easy, fintshed style." . m . . Morning World Comedo hf :Kt Old World B mania W lavsnikHicitos.Vnc. ' Mom. Trlspn FIRST M-ATINEtS TO-MORKOW AN"D SATCRDAY Evpnligi 81 SJw YoTSPS I.EVOIvr. THEATRES MEW AMSTERDAM THEATRE. it. My 50c to 2,50 HICtCR Art Mlek n-- I- Knirsterkv-lrer l"v '"'iifi- EvsS lA VIC 1 OR HERBERTS THE Girl toc Spotlight r-roaueao ny ine neorve w . Ledrrer Rs.t I YfRI IM ' W. 45111 s). Eve. 8 30 DAVID IIELASCO presents niimniBB,nmQ0Lpir nn uuru iuj uigcfjo i Bsswess JOHN OOLDEN pr-senta fiSrr. W ni- E'' :0' '',k" 1 ' ': ' :!'0 Cohan ot narru M , TfMj4J. k f a : nC The Musics! Comedy erifatinn Honey Girl Hen h't-s ti S20-MAT6 TMU06 C. SAT 2 2C BY Mil I iu in n m if BMsssssa HEN BLANCHE B i HMWR 8u JAMES 'OfUt$ THE SEASON'S TBIUMPH IKO. COU A M Tlreatn m. wiuiia p.,, ,tAT To-day H wsy. aJd S: lt Kntertalnnri.i la nnt i." llnrld. WILLUMRQCK'S HfflOT "SILKSSSATINS" R IV0LI B'way at i9.tl St. "The Soul of Youth" RIVOLI ORCHESTRA. I AL TO i S "AI.I-ACE REID In MtS-lW "vVhst S Yonr H-.irrT I . . . ' . rimes sj. Cllvclin Com RIA1,T( ORCHESTRA CRITERION! "Humoresque" B way at 4tli St. I EnWnuel List A Chor . Astor Theatre Broadway St 45th Street picture "EARTHBOUND" .P'iee&y ooldwya Pictures Corporatloo. MATINTSE 2 4V-3r, SOc, 7&c, lSo. EV KMNGS 8:3(. SOc, 76c, Sl.00.Si.A0. SJ.00. SMARK apy B'way at 7tS St, tranDs" KATHERINE MACDONALD in "The Notorious Miss Lisle" !. .r-ta -:- Comedy - - Tollan Review BTHAKI) SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Loew's New York Theatre & Roof Osjfcfj A. Ml II IVJI Koof : a. M. fyvew's Artieriran UmI i- . ti y ar H..r ia. f. rirrisnrH Co.. Wrlr Wort, othe In f has A" ,t, RnM llennett. ' llslrri-a. A v., A I Reiervfd I! IS. r Keith j B1.KATY-BLKATY A I AC FJ " MARK BROS ftLftV M McLalleoaCarsos.Giuri R B'way A 47 St ; A Mantuerlte. others A Mia.uaiiy.vr-ii. i "Miin it hie. SAI t. H F. KslUl's IliTTV Crr,JI A Cn 1 VERSI DE E!fe!rt9 ?f . .. ? .- Kay othem. I''i" r"f' ' I SBItonjsrr; gW JwAta Sailing a wseks in sc .one, am John DrznJfiVevters ABRAHAM LINCOLN COPT sawjs ssrssn Oe-to- Mas. I'llIEF. lrry -,n o Comeiiy. ThextareH. i I Bsllel. 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