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THE SUN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1917.
SUFFRAGISTS MARCH
UP 5TH AVE. TO-DAY
20.000 Will Tarade, Bain or
Shine, to Demonstrate
flight to Vote.
NATIONAL HEADS IX LINE
Thousands Will Carry Banners
Bearing Arpumcntsfor
Equal lliffhts."
T..iln for Saturday," any Old Proba
bilities, ami as he is right forty-nine
times out of a hundred the suffraifo .pa
rade may march In tho wt to-day. But
rain or slilnc 20,000 women who want
the vote will rnoblllMi In Washington
Square between noon and 2 o'clock,
and rain or flilne they ,wlll start at 2
fharp on their tramp up Fifth avenue to
Fifty-ninth ftrcet. Every union band In
New Tork has been engaged to play for
them an,d will play, rain or chine. Thou
tands of banners bearing President Wil
son's appeals to New York men to vote
for women suffrage, Ocn. Pershing's
pralfo of woman's war service, statistics
of woman's war work and of the num
ber of women who demand the ballot
will mix the blue, white and yellow, of
the New York State Woman Suffrage
party with t'nrle Sam's red, white and
blue rain or shlnr. ,
It would be a sad loss to have a flood
from the skies wash out the signatures
of the 1,014,000 New York women, who
have registered their desire to vote,
nevertheless these signatures, pasted' on
huge beavcrboards, will be carried by
2,500 suits rain or shine,
A Bnalneaallke Parade.
A straight from the shoulder, bust-
Itcfsllke parade this Is to be few floats
and no fancy business. The flags will
lend It the beauty of color, and there
will bo artistic formations In the differ
ent divisions, and so on, but the feature
Is to he the long, long lines of plainly
dressed women In their little black hats,
es ahead, shoulders erect, asking as
taipajing women, as wage earning
women, as women who are doing patri
otic service, or lust as mothers, for the
right of a voice In the Government under
Which they live.
Our W. K. friends the mounted po
lice will ss usual head the parade.
swinging out from under Washington
Arcn as me clock in the Mu ,-opolltan
Life tower strikes 2. Then will come
the grand marshal, Miss Josephine Bel
derhase. with her staff, then a band
and then Mrs. Charles I, Tiffany carry
ing the American flag. More flags, ori
flamrr.es and bands and banners and
then those two war horses. of the suf
frage movement. Dr. Anna Howard
Shaw and Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt,
walking abreast. They head the Na
tional Woman Suffrage Association di
vision. Mrs. Herbert Carpenter, who has car
ried banners In more Buffrage parades
than any other living woman and looks
like a girl though she Is a grandmother,
will head tho New York State division
earning Old Glory. Mrs. Lydlg Hoyt,
Mrs. Charles, . Dana Gibson. Mr. GIf
ford Plnchot, Miss May 1-s.denburr and
a lot of other women whole names ore
frequently seen In society columns! will
b banner bearers. Mrs. Norman De It.
Whltrhouse :ind the ret of tho officers
and hundreds of members will march.
Militant Poller Denounced.
Kg Boss Mary Garrett Hay of the
New York city Woman Suffrage party,
the section that comes next. Is the
Jeanne ri'Arc who rides forth against
that picket bogy that threatens to rob
the New York surfs of some votes.
Then will como that bnnd of noble
rr.en who aro not ashamed to walk up
Fifth avenue for woman suffrage, and
now that nearly every well known man
nl a considerable of the more obscure
are In favor of It the ordeal Is not what
It was in 1911, when the "martyr
squid" was hooted up Fifth avenue.
Women in Industry will form tho next
section, divided into many trades and
earn lng scores of slogans, which Mrs.
Philip I.ydlg will shelter In her house
on Washington Squarn till the time
romes to start. Mrs. Edgerton Parsons
will head a large division of business
and professional women. Miss Katherlne
D. Ulake leads the teachers, and the
tax paying women will 'wallt behind
Mrs. Arthur Scrlbner.
Watch out for the red, white and blue
phalanx of sixty-three women marching
h"h!nd Mrs. J. Borden Harriman. for
this phalanx, composed of Mrs. F Louis
Fiade's war service committee, will lead
'he women who have rendered war service.
Features of To-day'
Big Suffrage Parade
Twenty thousand women will
march, rain or shine.
Parade will start from Wash
ington Square at 2 P. M. sharp,
and pass up Fifth avenue to
Hfty-nlnth street.
2,500 women will carry boards
bearing the signatures of 1,014,
000 Now York State women who
demand the vote.
A division of women who have
rendered patriotic service will in
clude furmercttes, munition
workers, radio telegraphers, sub
way guards, Red Cross workers,
nurses and knitters knitting as
they march.
Facsimiles of the amendment
ballot will be carried that no man
may fail to know itt El'cction
Day.
Information stand to tell wom
en where to mobilize will be at
the fountain in Washington
Square, Mrs. Alfred Hess in
charge.
NEW YORKERS GET
CARNEGIE AWARDS
Several From City Honored at
Meeting of Hero Fund
Commission.
ANTI-SUFF BOOED
BY WOMEN'S CLUBS
Mrs. Scott Mceta Bobnff for
Her "Antediluvian"
Argument.
The New York City Federation of
Women's Clubs forgot Its manners at
Its convention nt the Hotel Aator yes
terday and 'hissed, booed and catcalled
an nntl-suffraglst who sought to speak
to them. She was Mrs. William Force
Scott and Bho frankly announced that
she was an "antediluvian antl."
Khe didn't Invent the, name though.
Judge William If. Wadhnms did. The
Judge made a speech In favor of votes
for women that brought his audience to
their feet, flinging handkerchiefs ana
programmes Into the air, even though
ho didn't direct his words to them but
to "any antediluvian antl who might
bo there." Mrs. John Jerome liooney
NOTES OF THE SOCIAL WORLD.
Miss Noemt Gtbert Townsend, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. James Bliss Town-
send, will be married to Lieut. Leslie
Warnlck Devereux, XI. B. A., to-day nt
noon In St. Agnes's Church, Kast Forty-
third street. A small reception will fol
low at the home of the bride's parents,
29D Lexington avenue.
In St. Bartholomew's Church thts af
ternoon Miss Margaret K. Trevor, a
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Q.
Trevor, will be married to Dr. Irving
Hotchklss Tardec. A reception will
follow at J" West Fifty-first street.
In the Bethlehem Chapel of the Cathe
dral of St. Tetcr and St. Paul, Wash
ington, to-day Miss Dorothea Owen,
daughter of tho Senator from Oklahoma
and Mrs. Itobert L. Owen, will be mar
ried to John Cameron Hawkins1.
The marriage of Muss Grace Lufbur
row, niece of Mrs. James A. Greer, to
Christopher M. Lowther will take place
this afternoon at the St Regis.)
In the West-Park Presbyterian Church
thts evening Miss Edna A. Nagele,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Nagele, will be married to Marcus A.
Wolff, formerly of St Louis.
Miss Alice Godwin, daughter of Dr.
William P. Godwin, will barnarrled to
OBITUARIES.
MM,.JX?!22?nl 1 to- In St. Paul's Church, Englewood,
!i. J.
Miss Margaret Byrd Lewis, daughter
rectly after. Introduced by Mrs. Ecott,
but Arthur Williams, chairman or me
" "T''T.- tu fell Lew', will be married to Lieut
Sptciat Dttpatc to The Sex.
PiTTancna, Pa., Oct. 26. At the meet
ing of tho Carnegie Hero Fund Com
mission held here thla afternoon fifty
four acts of heroKm ween rivm-nlio.!
In eight casen sliver medals were award
ed : In forty-six cases bronzn met1.il.
TWelve of the heroes lost their lives, and
wj mo dependents of eight or these pen
sions aggregating J5.460 a year were
granted : to the dependents of two others
who lost their lives the sum of 12,200
was cranted. One of the heroes sus
tained Injuries which disabled him. and
he was granted disablement benefits In
the sum of $375.
In addition to these money grants. Int'
eight cases f 12,000 wan appropriated for
educational purposes, payments to bo
made as needed nnd approved : and In
twenty-six cases awards aggregating
121,000
begged Chairman Mrs. John Francis
Tawger to let him epeak as soon aa
Judgo Wadhams finished.
Mrs. Scott, unruffled by the delay or
by the fact that Mrs. Yawger grot rat
tled and introduced her as Mrs. William
Scott Force, finally gained the floor and
began :
"I am the antediluvian antl. In svery
State where woman has got the vote it
was done by political trickery "
"Who-oo-oo! Hlss-s-s-s-i t Ugh I
Shame! No. no, no, no, no, no, NO,
NO!" And worse. Also more of It
But why enlarge? But anybody who
thinks tho City Fed Isn't for suffrage
ought to have been In the Hotel Astor
about that time.
Mrs. Hooney -was so upset by the dem
onstration that she Injected some per
fectly good suff arguments Into her antl
speech. Judgo wadhams naa aemanuea :
"Is It chivalrous of men to refuse wom
en tho vote?" Mrs. Itooney. making a
low bow to the Judge, aald: "Most
learned Judge, a Judge In Washington
has Just sentenced my slater to seven
months In Jail for Ticketing tho White
House. Is this chivalry? Alice Paul Is
not of my political faith, but she Is my
sister."
Tho Fed pent a telegram to President
Wilson thanking him for the message he
sent through the New Tork suffragist
to tho men of New Tork asking them
to vote, "yes" on the suffrage amendment
HENRY CLAY ROCKEFELLER,
Henry Clay Rockefeller, a distant rel
ative of John D. Itockefeller and vice
president of the Rockefeller Family As
sociation of America, died yesterday nt
his home, 667 Seventy-fifth street,
Brooklyn. Ho was 71 years old and a
chief engineer of the Union Ferry Com
pany for thirty-four years. Mr, Rocke
feller was born In Gcrmantown, N. Y.,
nnd wai. descondant of the family of
Henry Clay. Ho Is survived by his wife,
four sons and a daughter. Interment
will be In tho family plot at Green Grovo
Cemetery, Keyport, N. J.
S. A., and Henry A. Monjou, manager for
the Standard Oil Company In northern
China.
The funeral services will be held this
morning In the Campbell Funeral
Church. Burial wilt be In Calvary
Cemetery.
MRS. EMMA 8. BLISS. '
EDWARD WEINOAERTNER.
Edward Welngncrtner, president of
tho Arrow Holt Company of Brooklyn,
for more than thirty years widely known
In the business of manufacturing bolts
nnd hardware accessories, died yester
day nt his homo, 35 West Eighty-first
ptrcat. Mr. Welngaertner was born In
Germany sixty-two yean ago, and for
forty-two years lived In New York. IIo
was a member of many societies.
Tho funeral services will bo held Mon
day noon In Campbell's Funeral Church,
Broadway and Sixty-sixth street Tho
body will bo cremated.
ALBERT MONJOU.
Thomas Boiling Byrd thts afternoon In !
the chapel of St. George's Church.
Miss Louise Klots. daughter of Mrs. Albert Monjou. owner of the restau
Hcnry D. Klots of this city, will be t rant Malson Monjou, at Ninety-sixth
married to Major Thomas A. Rothwell , street and Broadway, and formerly tho
V. S. A., to-day In Richmond, Va.
James W. Gerard has arrived at the
Rltz-Carlton. where Mrs. Gerard will
Join him soon.
Miss Alleen Sedgwick, daughter of
Mrs. Harry Sedgwick, will bo married
to James B. Taylor, Jr.. on the uftcr
noon of November 14 at the home of
her aunt, Mrs. J. Rich Steers, 37 East
Sixty-seventh street. None but relatives
and Intimate friends will bo present
Mr. Taylor Is at the navy aviation school
at Bay Shore.
proprietor of tho Hotel Richelieu In Chl
c.ieo. tho Cafo Royal Hotel In Cleveland
and the hotels Blsmark nnd Berkhoff at
Pittsburg, died enteniay In the French
Hospital. He was fi'J years old. His
homo was nt 237 West Ninety-second
street.
M. Monjou was born In France and
came to America forty-five years ago,
Ho was the founder of the International
Stewards Association and was a member
of several clubx. He leaves a widow
nnd two foiis, Lieut. Adolph Monjou. U.
Mrs, 'Emma Simpson Bllis, wife of
Hiram A. Bliss, vice-president and gen
eral manager of the Gorham Company,
died suddenly on Thursday at her nome,
325 Woodland road, iMontclalr, N. J.,
where he had made her home for nine
teen years.
Mrs. Bliss was born In Philadelphia
fifty years ago, a member of an old
family of the Quaker City, and formerly
lived In New York. She was an ardent
lied Cross worker, a life member of the
Heidelberg Church of Philadelphia, nnd
had given thousands to the poor of this
city and New Jersey In Individual
charitable work. Services will be held
nt 2 MS o'clock this afternoon, with
burial private.
JUDGE PHILIP T. VAN ZILE.
Detroit, Oct. 2. Circuit Judge
Philip T. Van Zlle of Detroit, died at his
home to-day of anemia. He was born
in Pennsylvania In 1S44. In 1I7S Judge
Van Kilo was appointed United States
District Attorney for Utah and was
prominent In the prosecution of Mormon
cases.
Tork Academy of Design he became u
cartoonist on the World, and later he
came Its art editor, leaving thts position
to taken similar one on the Philadelphia
l'rets. Subsequently Mr. Crnne drow
cartoons for the Tribune and Herald and
the Boston Herald,
THE REV. J. V. SIMMONS.
BmoHAUTor, N. Y Oct. 26. Rev. J.
V. Simmons, pastor of St. Mary's Church
and founder of the parish of St. Paul In
this city, died this morning nfter a long
Illness. He was born at ExeterJn 1858
nnd ordained to tho prlosthnocPln tho
old Troy Seminary by tho lato Bishop
McNerney of Albany In 18S6. tin served
as assistant pastor In Skaneateles and
Utlca and was pastor In Pompcy for
eight years before being osslned to
form tho parish of St Paul In this city
In 1896.
PARIS
LONDON
TON-YiNG & CO.
Chinese Antiques
615 Fifth Avenue
NEW YORK
SHANGHAI
FEKtNQ
FRANK CRANE
Tho death of Frank Crane, cartoonist,
and 'at one time In the art department
of tho Jlcrald, occurred at his home In
New Rochclle yesterday He had been
111 since January.
Mr. Crane was bom sixty years ago
In Rahway, N. J., coming of an old
American family which founded tho
town of Cranford. N. J., and which
traced Its ancestry back to Sir Teter
Crano of England. Ho was a cousin of
Stephen A, Crane, the writer.
After being graduated from the New
were made for other worthy
purposes. Payments In these- cases will 1 November 8.
not bo made until the bonerlclar(cs' plan j Arthur Williams In his speech an
for the uso of the awards have been ap- nounced that the 1,500 women who will
proved hy the commission. ' push tho food saving campaign next
The list includes the following: i week will form a permanent organlza-
Carl Baer of 1210 Lexington avenue, j tlon.
New York, helped save Alexander Gor- Mr. Charles P. Whitman, wife of the
ski, aged 7 years, from drowning at J Governor, was there but did not speak.
Clinton, Mass.. February 13, 1913. Tho , Sirs. Yawger said that Mrs. Whitman
Child broko through tho leo nnd Baer, would talk to them November 13. on
attempting to save him. went In also, which date she will receive the Fed at
Awarded a bronze medal and 1500 for i thn executive mansion In Albany.
a worthy purpose. I Mrs. Henry Clarke Coo, who sails for
Bernard Rlbun, a teacher, of 117 West I France to-day with a oung Mens
116th street. New York, was awarded Christian Association unit, was appolnt
a bronze medal for saving Sadie J. ed representative of the Fed In France.
weiser. aged 23, rrom drowning at uei
mar, N. J August 19, 1916.
For navlng Mrs. Josephine SUelds and
Irene J. Shields from drowning in the
Atlantic Ocean off Itocaaway Point on Frederic Edgar Underhlll of 1.0 et
September 5. 1913, John C. Rcali of 219 Seventy-alxth street has announced the
Forsyth street, Now York, was awarded , engagement of his daughter. Miss Helen
a bronze medal. i Oakley Underhlll. to Donald Olyphant
nf thlM oltv. Mr. Oh-Dhant. who is a
Rtrthl7F RV tlFBCkM F son of Robert Olyphant. president of
ENGAGEMENTS ANNOUNCED.
ALAN TAFFS, PIANIST,
GIVES A CONCERT
Frederick Cuntter Alio Ap
pears in Recital.
SELLS FOR $1,600
"Diamond Jim" Brady Auc
tion Reaches $64 89.
Gerome's gilt Jjionze group "Fortune
Crowning the Winning Horse" sold for
81,600 In jesterday's session of the "Dia
mond Jim" Brady art sale at the Ameri
can Art Association Galleries. This was
not only the highest price of tho day but
the highest figure reached so far in the
auction. Thu buyer was represented by
Otto Bernet. agent.
The groui). No. S69 In the catalogue,
represented a girl In a Grecian short J
skirt with one foot resting injon a typical
"Fortune's wheel," crowning with a
laurel wreath a race horse as hn jiassos
tho goal. Gerome was famous for many
years as a painter before he bid for at
tention as a sculptor, but in these days
his bronzes aro as well known as Ills
pictures.
Mr, Bernet alsa gave $1,030 for No.
914, n Carrara marble statue by Cara
dossl, called "The Sail." No. 915. a tinted
marblo statuette of a girl playing a
mandolin, by Luchlnl, went to Mrs.
William Eltlington for 81.220. No. 882.
a gilt bronze group of a gun team In full
charge, by S. Colonn, was purchased by
the Van Brlnkle Auction Rooms for
8370.'
Other Important sales were No. 870.
"TheStandard Bearer," a Russian bronze,
to Samuel Allen for $260 : No. 858, a.
group of dogs In three plated metal, to
M. Llssberger for $300 ; No. 857, an
equestrian statue of Napoleon, to A.
Rudert, agent for $225 ; No. 853. a
bronze statuette of Promethee, by Cam
bos, to Samuel Allen for $310, and No.
839, a group of Hons In bronze, by a
Japanese sculptor, to S. J. Aronsohn for
$260.
The total for the afternoon was $18,
746.50. making tho grand total to date
$64,SS9.30. Tho auction will continue
this afternoon.
tho Sons of Revolution, has Just com
pleted a courso In aviation at tne Mas
sachusetts Institute of Technology and
has received a commission In the avia
tion section of the Signal Corps. No
dato has been set for the wedding.
In New York T-day.
Wntnan uftraio prde, starts Wash-
ln,rnn NnilAf,. Bt 2 I. M.
New York Southern Woman's Patriotic
Committee meetins. Hotel McArpln, 3 P. M.
Op-nlne of th Army and Navy Dacasr,
Grand Central PaUee.
Ilotton Terrier Show, Wa!dorf-Atorla,
nit dv
Concluding Sessions"
ART QALlPh
mrwen
EXECUTORS' UNRESTRICTED SAXE
THIS AFTERNOON AT 2:30
Csnctudinf en Monday and TuesoV Alter
neons Next, Oct. 29th and 30th.
"DIAMOND JIM" BRADY'S
TREASURES
TO-DAY'S SAXE
Includes
Co$tly Furniture, Rugs, Draperies,
Billiard Table. Sporting Oanes, uym
naiium Outfit, Prints and Other
Objects.
Catalogue No. 1032 to 134 Inclustr.
ON FREE VIEW 9 A. M. UNTIL 1 P. M
The Bales Will Be Conducted by
MR. THOMAS) R. KIRHT
and Mr. Olio Bernet. hi, litant.
American Art Association, Managers
2. 4 ana a East ia aiaaiaon sq. m.
A:an Tuffs, plsnlst.and composer, gave
a concert in Aeolian Hall yesterday
afternoon, assisted by Mrs. Tyler Dut
'on, mezzo-soprano. Mr. Taffs played
naeh'r. "Chromatic Kantasla'and-Fugue,"
Schumann's O major fantasia, a Brahms
rhapsody, a Chopin ballade and some
n'imberi of hli own. Mrs. Dutton sang
somo of Mr. Taffs's songs.
In the evening Frederick Ounster,
tnor, civc a recital. His vocal equip
n!nt proved to tw slender, but service
able within a clearly defined field. Songs
a gentle kind, not calling Jor the
rxvressinii nf deep or turbulent emotions, i
fro within his range. lie sang such i
numbrrs as CJluck's "O del mlo dolce
rilnr'' with much finish of style, with
admirably sustained phrases and with
taM
Tho .lcarncis of his enunciation was
'vllently exhibited In Kngllsh as well
as in other languages. There should
b" a rlMd for Mr. r.unstcr In recitals In
Rall auditoriums and In private salons.
1IOTF.IJ4 AND BKVTAl'BASTS.
nOTKMI AND RESTAURANTS.
OPENS TO NIGHT 8 P. M.
Moulin
Rainproof Outfits for
Schoolgirls ,
tn , consisting of eoati and
ouu,ttcr hats to match fetching
ai.'l b'cmutnt,
At 14.1), of blu and tan poplin.
At SS.4U, of striped red ana green
tnoliair.
At f3.es, or twted; coat collar In
li'J with velvet.
Sttrpni Floor.
AM, CAM TIUNUTB TOf-a
Bloomingdale!S
CIHh to eoth SI. d U I-a- ATS,
Rouge
The Most Unique
Dancing and Dining
Place in America
CUISINE
AND
ENTERTAINMENT
A LA
FRANCAISE
AMCSKMENTS.
AMUSEMENTS.
AMUSEMENTS,
HIPPODROME
Sunday Night, October 28
Glittering Galaxy of the Supreme Artists of Opera, Concert, Drama,
Comedy and Vaudeville. Leaders of the Entertainment World in a
CONCOURSE OF STARS
for the benefit of
tttl
TOBACCO FUND
FOR OUR SOLDIERS IN FRANCE
De Wolf Hopper, Master of Ceremonies
Julia Arthur
Sam Bernard
Nora Bayes
Dolly Sisters
Amparito Farrar
Alice Furness
Ralph Herz
Houdini
Eddie Leonard
Elm City Four
Meta Schumann
Gertrude Vanderbilt
Bobby Watson
presenting, among others
Belle Baker
Sophye Barnard
Harry Cooper
Wellington Cross
Gus Edwards
Sallie Fisher
Hazel Furness
John Hendricks
Margaret Keyes
Claudia Muzio
James Kane
Richard Barber
Julius Tannen
Fred Walton
Cameron Sisters
Nat M. Wills
Harry Ellis
Singers Dancers Fun Makers
The Evening Ending with a Dazzling Patriotic
Spectacle.
SMOKE UP
and help to
SMOKE THE KAISER OUT
Tickets on Sale at Usual Prices
HIPPODROME, 6th Ave. & 43rd St.
AMUSEMENTS.
AMUSEMENT?.
NEW TOIIK'H t,KAIII(l T II K A T It I", H A t H V C O R B K A
NEW AMSTERDAM fisi."..??.
Liberty Bond Mat. To-!aj, 50: to $2.00
Etnr onn rntra-Ins thratrn will
p Flven a ntvilcd enveloiw two of
which will each contain orJcr for $50
Mhtrtr lloml.
Dbtfmt Musical t'nmrdy Hurrnn In Town
Miuilc italmaii. Uoou Uuiiuii a im.-iiiiuio
PMDIRP ll'way 40th . En.atHst.V
cjvirint; Mau. to-day a wd. 230
"A DISTINCT HIT." Alan Dal.
4l'l.tA
SANDERSON
CAWTHORN
In the Vrw
Mualcal Comedy
RAMBLER
ROSE
LMiXnlUn Mat. TO-DAY 2.30.
. HENRY MILLER
KNICKERnorKr.il TIim.. n'wav A 3S St.
Kvm. H.2J. Mati. TO-l)AV A Wcti. 2:2S.
;
In Monrktnn IlofT' Comndj-
'Anthony in Wonderland"
CIKOHliK
ARLISS
in h new nHr
"HAMILTON"
r'PAn fiver. xnni.Eit ani
TRl'ER THAN 'niHKAF.I.I.' Tlmm.
JHAN ft HARRIS?6-V,AVi'.,2o
rmuUMtAmrriraii Comody or Itcwnt Year.
Mth. ORANT CUTCHCLt,
EMintn? s 20.
O.
I IDCDTVVVKST 2 HT.
.wt.il. Mats. TO-DAV & Wud.
Laurette Taylor
iSSUSsvSy"Uut Mere" ft?n
CRITERION mtv SPECIAL
TUESDAY EVE., OCT. 30
FIHST TIMF
KLAW A Ktll.ANriF.lt lament
The New ConicUy by Sydney Itoscnfcld.
The Love Drive
FRED NIBL0
HILDA SP0NG
with
VIOLET HEMING
ALBERT GRAN
nnrt nthep..
nnsT MA-nNEEwiF.n. nor. ai.
SEATS ON SALE NO I
UK". COHlN Theatre, ll y. 4.1 m. F.m.s 2.5.
.1 . ww--...- 1ftft 111.11 1 I VJ . r. -
TUE IRKCSISTIHLK SCHIU.m"
Here Comes the Bride
HUDSON yi' " K"- 20-
nUUSUn Matt.ln-dayJtWcd 2.20.
miss Iiillie Burke
In Clarr Kmmr's .Veir Plan, '
"The Rcfculng Angel."
GAIETY P.w,y J1lh H1- Kenlmni -20.
UAItl I TO-DAY A Wed. 2-20.
.uum MnKniifu.ij and JULIAN
STREET'S VltEAT COMEDY.
The Country Cousin
With ALEXANDRA CARLISLE I "I"' "'a"'ey liertiard and Alexander rmr.
ELTINGE iVrt f,i.w' "'M'wTyTKvSjSao.
tLI ""W- Mats. TO-IJAY A "Wed. 2:30.-
Business Before Pleasure
i
DADLf NEXT WED. EVE.
rIIV SEATS NOW.
THE LAND of JOY ,
I VAI.VEnnK'.-t FANTASTIC HKVWW )
REPUBLIC
W.42d St. Evj. S.23.
Matinee
TO-DAY 2.20.
IN
John BARRYMORE
Constance COLLIER
Lionel BARRYMORE
(Harris KvM
f"""1 TO-DAY A. Weil. 2 an. X
"1VP1ANCE
Arabella"!
lAuRAfloPE (taws
PETER IBBETS0N
f-AST WEEK AT THE KF.PL'III.IC.
Motet to 41th Nt. Theatre Nett Mon.
I wCUM Mat-TM-nAYATImrt. 5.30
I DAVID III. I. ASCII preteuo
TIGER R
USE
THEATRE w.42St
SEATS SALE. NOW
RtWS AON. EVE.OCT.Z9w at
A HAVDODS presents s"
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20.
DLLHJbU Matt.TO-DAYAThurj. 2:30
Polly With a Past
rULlUn Matinee TO. 1) V Y
TUP 4TI AIM A Itnhert Srrrlre
Vknilll Moryi'ome to l.(V
Tiircniv hpt tnih ccatc unu;
"BROKEN THREADS" . FRt0 STUNE
LOBE Kir-
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HIPPODROME SYMPHONY
S 80C!i:TY Of NEW YORK V I
WAI.TKR DAMltOSCll, t'ond'e
Next Sunday Night
for the benefit of
THE SUN TOBACCO FUND j
for Our Soldiers in
the Trenches
Brilliant bill nf operatic dramatic, moilcal,
vaudeville itan.
Mirth Melody Beauty
Bcmtv rear aeat now at tlie Hippodrome,
fc.ua i price..
100 MCMl'IANS
SSiii BAUER
TirETIIOVr.N'fl VlKTIt SYMritONT.
Dacli, Illmiky-Koreakofr, H. ftrauJ.
Aeolian Hull, Tn-morrnw (Niin, Aft. S.
Ciu-nrgln Hall. Thiirn. Aft., Nor. I.
GRAINGER
Hnrtol. Moinrt, Itintock, ttublmleln,
ffe.-vtn nt Itoom 1'JO:, Aeolian Hld.,nliio at
)!n t)r;K-e "f Aoollan A t:arnoln Hulls.
D'way.42d
HIALT
lo-2S-.'S0c
NKAT
1DUKOTIIT HAI.TON In
'The I'rlra Mark,"
CIIAIII.r.N CIIAI'I.IX. In.
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FRIEDHEIM
fleaUJOctoH. Mm. Paul Rydoir, 01 F.aat Md.
DBOOKI-YN AMUHKMBSTA,
mHTAR U. av nr. l-liltnn Ht.lMat.
71AII fC Tel. Main isoi Dally
' ruTm. French Frolics
r.varv Hiin.lay 2 BKi COCKIU S-2
nOTKIJi AND REHTAUKANTH.
Mtl Strut niar Fourtb Avaoui
EiuliTT
maummm
tiring
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r 'Km
fh
CARNEGIE HALL. This Afternoon at 2:30
AMKRICAN nnilUT JAACIIA
HEIFETZ
IlfSSIAN Vlril.lNIST. fe!t Hoi Offirr.
Mitt. Wolfsolin Ilureau (tetnwy I'lino).
Carncglo Hall. Mai.. Nov. 3. at 2:10.
Mme. SCHUMANN-
HEINKi";,Va?,ki
Carneale Hall. Nun. Aft., Nor. 4, at 3.
VIOLIN IIKI'IT.M.. KKtir.M
ZIMBALIST
OXI.T NEW TOBK TtKClTAI.
Aenllan Hall, TO-NIGHT at IlilA.
CEIXO ItKOIT.M, , 1
VERA POFPEIlVi
AMERICA'S FOnr-MOST THHlTltrs .,A", ;i7rU.-jDEIt THE DlltnCTIO. OF
WINTER GARDEN
MtTINKK TO'DIV
M'way A .".nth. t
Y.r at fr.
W!lUl!ULt:dJi
llltit.KNT llll. I. IN M'.W ll Ilk.
Coined.'), 41 S' Ks s 2il. M.it. To-diy
A. r.. SO In I he llarlon Mi.lrn.
44111. I li my. r.le t- (K).
SHUBERT
I J.K A 4. J. sin ni i: i 's
Atniiii. Mt;i.u i I'ltoiii'i iio.N
.iriuliiit Mory.
fhrlw Vurrell. renri' IV.xvl A Win Norn-.
TiM Tmalli
I '"harm
BOOTH
4.1th si
Mutiny
w HVai- y.rrm k 2.-.
Tmliy A Will 2 21),
B 1. 1 fill "th. V f irway. Ktn.Clll.
- Al miners TnUV el. 2.15.
Ill VIIV llT VII.I.E liltKATKST Pl-AV
THE TORCHES SlvrliSoIS1
I'lnei I'l.ii In lcjr.' De Foe, World'
PLAYHOUSE 5SKW,
Grace George
Af' Hrr i'Ii vhou.( i omp.nv la
EVE'S DAUGHTER
"I'.te'a DmiEhlrr" l likely In
hr mi i.im' llrllcllt. Ilrril.l
4RTH 'Ihra.. nr ll'v K. H20.
tO III Tn-layAThur.2 JO
Whirk THE LAND OF THE FREE
IMn' Vll i.OND'AT.
GUY hAT in tih; ' Maxine Fllintt'c :l"b-,r ""
BATES rU9 I MASQL'ERADER . mime "m Mi t.-iq a Wed.2
1CTAD ti nny A 4..th. rie- " ')
W I JT Man. To-day A N .-il 2 M
Knipjt THt KX III
Uproariously laiiKhatiln thnmhinit TriUtine
rnPTVni 4 St. Kc. S.2i. I I, AS I' 3
VUIV I .Mt iiatlm-o To-lay 2 2.-.I 'I IMf.S.
MOTHER CAREY'S
ljitfi4rkriic "HhKiiirii
iniincii9 TAi.iAiT:uito.
Veit Week "lr. I.I ,r anmi:."
uyiosiDSss
Ktianl in Ain I " w . ' .
Leave 11 to jane
"In all tirohahilltv win
b 'Oh, Hoy feieral Und of a hit. A de
enejl .nirce."-mirr? M.intle.Kv.Mall
PLYMOUTH-' v .jrvaoMo.
OM.V THO lIKIIlia MOKI-
Mr. William Gillette
"A SUCCESSFUL CALAMITY"
Hv Clare Kummrr,
OQTU T TMKAnr. H'nay. Kv. .'' -'il. I
)jut Week- Ihw. .SfU W.ek, l ort Tlieatr.'. 'HITCH T- KHO
IMe It to .lano' 1 trno,l M,.,in
ment. A iI.tJ(IHI ileirr rait a lolly
liccrei. on l fnrrly like II "
liar'.-. Pa-r.Tnn. V.w World.
MOROSCOVMJV30-
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LOMBARD., LTP.S
.MHtintH't O D. A Wed -j
it li J,i lit dri'V Atiil I
now,
DE LUXE ANNIE"
II KSII4V. ( i. no.
FAVERSHAM
In New V "Tllf. 'l.l I'OI NTItY
An Intlmt
Itevu, With
fACIain Theatre. ,:.itli A ll'n.,i
WASIrlU Matinees TiMtay A Wnl.2 2'i
Arthur llTimiorhtein's Miisfii Tarf
FURS & FRILLS
"A Itritl 4 alilo llll." Ke n nrl.l
luiwiK.iiii iiiifhrnrk, f'.rare l.a Rue.
niiiiam niirk nnrt I rnnrrs White,
l-e"'i I rrol. Irene Itonlonl.
rci-.MiiiiuilH Nil, II siii, w.
E. E. RICE TESTIMONIAL
to.h Arra of s-tar, i 1 feature Acu.
PRINCESS
:'Mll tie, II a hi k I i
MatlneeTo-day A Wed J '
"Smartest tit
CTiNnARf) i'"y a mist t' -"etoi
uur einuiii" i.iio
flllN-t lll "
Mat.Tinlay.2Ae to"
Neit Week -
Aeolian Halt, Mon. Aft,, Ort. 3. at 3130.
GEORGE HARRIS, IR.
Hong llerllal. Ttrkela AOr tnl? at Bai orflce
Dir. Ji.Iiii W. ypilhl'Uhsm. I nr. (Htelnwav.)
COLUMBIA ST!!' IKr
EDMOND HAYES W
nn,l'.KKITIt'N,iHamllernard,"Thenon
rAI APF Of" o' Old r.milre,"
1 JLJEd llnhn H. Ilimn A- I ..
n'WAV A 47 8T. Brandrl rtert. Nonetle I Mnie. U ARRIEIXK
Ually MU VOc-ll land fjana Notailroiu. I Mjt, Loudon CUartton
Carnegie Hall, To-morrow (Nun.) Aft. at 3,
Tlrl ols 7.1 rta to
2. Unirs(ISAlS
at Hot Office,
Ulrei'llnn -. A. Kills. Slelnway Piano 1'axl
..n (pusti ni si o.
KREISLEP.
LEXINGTON ril'i "f LAST 2 TIMES
TO-DAY MAT. & TO-NIGHT
HiEUAllDER
BRQADHURST " of ay.
inint.i. MI.IUV At 2:2ii.
Mr linrtsliaiii n.vnis Hernnrd Shaw'a
MISALLIANCE
"Hli M.u rjn Nrhiiekld a ,ai urine ls.vlrJ!i
to ai.
CHAIR
NeuWk t IMi.n larkA wvThelnner Man'
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'.'.""'.'.'.'.'"L"0' ' LOEWS 7lh AVF tiohM Ki 2.vt
dles,".: un tutnonilflc. rilri -.l ; s)ij
Mat T-d. 2A I,, "'.13lhCHA
laatlTT T
ST
Tlir.ATKK. ( OI.UMIIITS
e'lltt'l.li.f.unt T.
PARK
I HIS AI'tr.UNOON
MslMil'. r.VANei Atipears
Inlrodmrd bi IIAKI.r.V KMII.W
DOUBLE FEATURE BILL
ALICE BRADY
MAID OF BELGIUM
MADGE EVANS
ADVENTURES OF CAROL
vTOBLD-MfTUKKH. HKAIIV-M
12 to It P, M.. 23 ii AU CI'A'rit.
hf.Al.-s 0 WI I.K IV ADVANCE.
Aeolian Hall, Thti Afternoon at a.
The lirliliant
Frencti donrann
BROADWAY
fontlnuoiis Noon to 11:10.
t iii.A nip.
nt 4Ht M.
l.i.x.i.AUa'
--- I'onunuous .-soon io ii:o. i.-i-.,-.",iK2
G I L LS RUTH CLIFFORD CHARLES CHAPLIN
a av n Th, fl1T,(." f n "Tho Adventuter."
a, 8UlsT rUuo. I Melt Weak MAU M Villi AY
MANHATTAN
THF
MOST
OIT.IU HOUSK
s uoipany or sna
MATINIX TO-DAV AT i.
WONDERFUL 1
LAVISH I
&HN;A7ING production
C0RGU0US
IN niSTOHV OK AMKIilCAN STAGE.
. - irar in iinaon.
Kks, at h Man Wert. A vat. at 2,
I'rlrns l.s A Rat Mat 2S-$j.Wd Mt 2SJ.
Alas ,lil nts 111 Die OrrhiMra at II.S0.
,1'wia Saturday Muht),
UNDEIt TIIK STARH
AND sTrtiruit IN
KUANCK..JaneCo
Symphony Orrboru-
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