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' 8 THE SUN, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1917.
HISTORY AGAIN ON THE FILM In search of poach lilosxoms and mad bulla. Mud bulla aren't particularly a con comitant of Nprliitf, to' be ship, but "Oh, Mary, Ho Careful!" requires the services of one and the scenic assist ance of a lot of poach trccM in bloom. A bull mitllcletitly angry mli?ht huvo been found In the vicinity of the t!olrI- wyn Studios at Fort l.r-e. X. .!., but It San DIcro and the Panama-Pacific in ternational Imposition at San Fran cisco, made several silhouette, studies of Mme. I'otruva which have proved fn Interesting that they will be used in the same manner as photographs have been used In the publicity work for the I'etrova pictures. BAH! AZTEC DANCE IS ON! And llimnllitn la Off, Saya Koi loff. !..., i.i ,.l,.,,, .,,.1. Iil, I " : ... ..L. ...... :"".'.'!" new art -tho dance of the Ar.tecs. ... lUIIJIlllt HUM liir fl-llll uivn- soms. The bull, bo It known, chases We are on the verse of tho dawn of new art - tho dance of the Ar.tecs. So nays Theodore liosloff, premier e . c ,;; th: i !rr "lrn! 1:'?m "f..1::.11 'r. Ucrultllne Karrnr In "The Woman Ood The Kennedy company Is at Savau nah and It working out fiom there on various locutions. It consists, bcstden the slur, of Oeorge Forth, her leading Forgot. . It will be a case of "Oood-by, Ha I wallan Hello, Aztec," to paraphrase u BROOKLYN THEATRES. i nnlilll'ii urmrr A urnnlml nf tlifi tiour man; Marcla Harris Oeorgc Stevens. w Ko aeclaroj. thnt In a very lOianue t-'uijUPtie. .Marguerite .Marsii. ahort Umo th(j Jea(J. dmcer8 of tMn conlmPnPP1i. J . , , country will Introduce Aztec numbers actress in just su lvnt V".'.' Mc'iren. Dixie Thompson. I, ft much necdc(, rrUef from Th tnry na. ... miunm vtemun, niiiinm v. .nr. ,,,,,, ,,... MAJESTIC Brooklyn will have an opportunity to see Shaw played on its home grounds this week. "Misalliance," in which the Shavian humor is very strikingly and amusingly twisted about a Shavian theory, will be presented by William Faversham, with Maclyn Arbuckle playing the part of John Tarleton, and Katharine Kaelred as the Polish acrobat. Ernest Wilkes's "Broken Threads," which was seen for teveral weeks at the Fulton Theatre, will this week be the attraction at the Montauk. Cyril Kcightley and the same company that appeared here will be seen across the bridge. Logan I 'mu! and Alton Hamilton, REAL ARTISTS ON FILM. Petrnrn Picture l"ara ltrenwlrh Vlllngrra mid Tho 're Henl, For one of the flceries which va made recently for the first I'etrova picture at the Olograph studios, which Mine. Petrova has rented until the completion of the Petrova studios, w Fred Stone in "Jack o' Lantern.' Oltl.n - PICTFIIKP Brady- i Identical pistols which figured In the Made will put forward actual tragedy. This At all events Is me nrm belter of the owner or the another characteristic star cast when "The Hcautiful Mrs. Reynolds" Is published In January. The numbers of the nctliis company nliose names are inclinl'd In the. ad vertising matter me Cnrlyle Itlacknelt, ywne Klvldge, Kvelyn Greeley and Ar thur Ashley, and tne remaining cast, which i quite 'numerous, contains I'.nna Xestilt, Uose Tapley. Lionel Bell more. Oeorge MacQuarrie. Ktliel lert Hale and other who are well Known This picture Introduces to the screen the romantic career of Alexander Hamilton, one of the most fascinating pTsonases of the early history of this country. The story, written by Sam uel M. Weller. a prominent Xew York nettsjwvcr man, Is not similar to the stage play upon the same topic acted by Oeorso Arllss for u long run at the Knickerbocker Theatre eceptlng that lotli Introduce many of the same characters and certain episodes of great national importance appear In rath croinn. In addition to Hamilton the film stnrj embrace? George Washington. Martha Washington. Aaron Burr, Gen. Israel Putnam, Thomas .lefferron, .Tnnies Monroe, .lames Reynolds, Mrs. IVnnoldK, Sc Cnrlyle Hlai-Unell assumes the role of llnmlllnn and Arthur Ashley that weapons, Into whose hands they came by inheritance. Mr. niackwell ar.rl his associates wire acting one afternoon in several scenes of "The Beautiful Mrs. Reyn olds" upon a private estate on Tca necl: road, Teaneck. X. .1.. when Miss S. K. Demurest, the lady ot the house, became Interested In the proceedings and made inquiries regarding the identity of play and playrr. "I surmised as much," said Miss Demurest when her questions had been answered. "And If Mr. Black-well would like to have the very pistols with which Burr and poor Hamilton fought I will vtTy gladly loar. them to taltn." The flintlock pistols themselves were made In London and bear the initials J. V.." standing for James Deniarest, dltlons are of modern construction. In the house there are lnrumirable an tiques, including articles of furniture and crockery, ornaments, a spinet, &c, which arc preserved as family memtntos. This Is the first time any one has been k'-own to, claim that the pistols actual! employed by Humllton tuul Burr were not the ones now owned by Col. Richard Church of Rochester, N. Y., to that Mr. Ulackwtll's new picture play serves to ralce at least one point directly questioning the commonly accepted record of a vitally Important historical period. SPRING TO ORDER. Madtcp Kennedy ;. In (ion ruin In lirt ttlitbt Srnon for " 1 1 lit . Spring, at this writing about as re mote as anything hopeful New Ynrk- an ancestor of the present g neratlon ' era contemplate, Is a very necessary of Demaretts. several of whom are item in tho filming of Madge Kcn rcsidents ot Teaneck. owners of sec- nedy's new Goldwyn starring vehicle, Hons of the gnat original estute One I ' Oh. Mary, Bo Careful!" As a eonse part of Miss Uemarcst's home nte- I quence Miss Kennedy and her coin dates the Revolution and only the ad- I pany of eighteen have gone to Georgia Hotel and Restaurant News j Beginning this ue.t; and continuing until the day before Christmas, Justine Johnstone will turn her Little Club, In the basement of the Forty-fourth Street Theatre, over to Santa Clans. Miss JiiFtlno has b en appointed St. Nicholas's personal representative and of Anton llurr, whl'e Junn Kvlvdge H Miff has obtained the names of hun- Manjnrct JoiiciiW, over whose young! charms and graces the men have their first hostility -a situation that grows more and more bitter through later cars until it culminates in the fatal .) itl on the Jersey heights overlooking the Hudson. iithor Weller in leading up to the c1 max of his story makes the rather lolatile n-ntlments of the twuutlful .Mrs Reynold:) c lug ti Hamilton after the is in the arms of Burr, whom she loathes- to the end that she suggests to Hamilton that he dnllcngc Burr et'd Mil htm. This provides a plau sible planting" of the duel, and the frsntii grief which leads the fair und frail Margaret to cist herself over the Palisades at the very spot where her dashing lover fell before his rival's piito) The McneOn and .iron ml New York In tho-c eirly times, '-.icludlng one rlctnrin? the Slajen Ij'.tuul shop from the V.rtery well in those showing the W.i-hirgton headquarter" at New J!niaM c)i a-.ri certain points up the rivir are exceedingly lrtnstlng in conn to preient views nf the wimo !o. llti s U.v wl jt tlie dramatic critics refer ti. a- fie lung aim of coincidence" Mr fll.irkw 11 ard Mr. Ashley in their r!' of llmrill'iii and llnrr were en i. lr I hi u-c f.,r the due! scene the And empty stockings on Christmas Day unlos Mils .lutine's many patrons re fcrond to Santa's i all. During the re maining week: Misi Johnstone will en list hundreds of a&sistants among the gay set who patronize her Little Club, and it is a safe assumption that be tween Miss Johnstone and her friendly club patrons the little tots will be well taken care of. MOTION PICTURES. tion of Betty Wcott, continue to draw considerable popularity, in the main dining room the "Jim-Jam Revue," with Mnrion Weeks and Ann La Tro. is entering Its second month of con tinuous performances and gives every indication of belnc one of the mo! succehsfiil restaurant entertainments yet produced 'Tiirl.f nt I l.i RIALTO There is plenty of atmosphere of both the oxygenic and tilt artistic variety in "Until They Get Me," a new Triangle film telling a dramatic story of the Northwest Mounted Police. Pauline Stark plays the principal role Robert C. Bruce has produced a new and beautiful scenic, which with his usual directness he calls "Fishing for Fish " STRAND "Tom Sawyer," just as Mark Twain wrote it, not "revised" or "prepared for the screen' by somebody, is an nounced as the feature this week. Jack Pickford plays the part of the adventurous Tom as if he en joyed it, and Huclt Finn has not been deleted by the censor, de- sp'tt his lack of respectability. The picture was filmed at Hanni-b-' Mo, Mark Twain's home town. 1.VRIC "Les Miserables." Victor Hugo's classic, will be pictured for the first time, with William Farnum playing Jean Valjean. William Fox. the pro ducer lias announced this as bis mas'erpiecc, and the National Board of Motion Picture Review naa called the Valjean of Far num "a wonderful creative ef fort." The first showing of the picture will take place to-morrow niuht. BROADWAY "My Little Boy" and "Bucking Broadway" are the two five reel features which will be shown here this week, The former, a Bluebird Picture, is a combination of Dickens's "Christmas Carol," and Eugene Field's "Little Boy Blue," while the latter, despite is name, is a Western thriller. Ximv Churchill Re-up .flenses Mul.llrr tHner. Thursday night was given over to the army at Churchill's 1 testa u rant, when loo Mildicrs from various en campments about New York were given a Thanksgiving dinner. Fifty soldiers wer? the guests of theimun egement. nnd the other fifty were en tertained by patrons of the restaurant. Kated at the most prominent tables In the restaurant they, thorough'- en joyed the wonderful performance of the New Churchill Review, and ex pressed their appreciation and ad miration of it by hearty applause. In spired by the spirit of thi occasion the artls'.j gave them encore after encore, with the icsult that the show was prolonged an extra hour. At almost every table there were American officers, and also a large number of Kngllsh, French and Bel gian officers in their natty uniforms. Another feature of the evening was the distribution of the new Churchill war map with the latest positions of the different armies in Europe. Soldiers lllnral ninwon lleiitb Inn Fifty soldiers from Ca-mp Mills were happy guests of Harry and Joseph i Snssklnd at the Blossom Heath Inn, 1-ynbriiok, on Thanksgiving Day. A splendid course dinner served at 4 I. M, was made all the more enjoyable by thirty pietty girls from nearby towns, who volunteered to act as wait-rei-ses for tlte occasion. Dressed as fled Cios nures, they performed their duty to the entire sitlsfactlon n.nd de light of the soldiers, who on depnrture heartily cheered and thanked them. I'atrons of the Blossom Heath Inn en Joyed for the llrst time this year Harry Fussklnd's new outdoor skating- rlnlt on Monday. The first roan to fall proved to be the orchestra leader. Vturrn' Afternoon Teas. Now tliat Patrick V. Kyne la serv ing afternoon tea In the Roman Gar den ut Muiray'H from 4 to 6:30 P. M., with Miss Florence Shorten presid ing as hostess, many discriminating patrons have expressed their gratitude to Mr. Kyne personally. The orchestra, which was selected by Mr. Kyne, adds considerable flavor. "PainilUr," Atop Relseaweber'a. Sixteen beautiful models adorned In the latest creations will exhibit some of tiie new spring designs in "Para dise." atop nclsenweber'a Columbus Circle beginning at 7 o'clock to-nlht. This in to be r feature directed by Philip Vernon, who has had much experience In this line of endeavor. This exhibition Is to be a part of the entertainment features In connection with A. Baldwin Sloane's "Sunday .Mlenta In Bohemia." whloh are typical Bohemian wtherlnfi conducted weekly In thto pooular establishment The afternooa tats, under tho dlrte- Trotter mi Ice (iolilen (illtilr. Kllen and Orrln Markhus. known as the original "Turkey Trotters on Ice," have made a sensations! Impression at Thomas Healy's (iolden C.lades Winter lcm Show. Broadway and Sixty-sixth sttfet. They are Norwegian skaters, who have adopted the extreme style of Amerkan speed skating nnd have car ried it further in its development than even the best of our native ice artists. Their most Intricate fancy dance steps on skates have caught" the fancy of even the hardened regulars at the din ner and midnight shows. This Is their first appearance in New York city. Society thronged tho Winter Ice Show for Thanksgiving and Christmas reser- hould reveal this young ch a role. been fashioned espc- melody of the daily for Miss Bennett and she will, Hawaiian. i furthermore, have tho advantage of a "The Aztecs," says Kosloff, "have . supporting organization of well known never been appreciated by the Amerl-' and capable photo players, a well bm cons. They had a high civilization the uervlcos of Jerome Storm, who when Cortez and his Spaniards came has been associated with Mr. Inco in a upon them In Mexico to conquer the directing capacity for several years, nation. In fact, I believe the Aztec Miss Bennett's vehicle has not yet civilization wan as high as the Egyp-. been titled. tlnn, to which there Is a remarkable resemblance. There Is actually more material to be used for dancing In a study of the Aztec than In either the Greek or the Egyptian. "Of course the Aztecs were semi- barbarous, as we learn from their love ( THE BTJNF3T THEAAE. The programme for the special chll 4ren's performance at the- Bunny Theatre, 147th street and Broadway, for human sacrifices an element of .on Saturday morning, Dec. 8. under hnrhnrltv often found In snvaire races. I the direction of Mrs. jane btannnra i But comparing them with other nb-' .lohnson. will be made up of Edlsoa orlglnes here, such as the American ' conquest pictures. i. iiavuanu fndlans. they were far ahead of any Hicks," the freshman - sophomore race on the continent, und only the 1 story, will be the feature. 'The Court Incas In Peru compared with them." Whether the Aztec will be as popu lar ns the hula Is problematical, for It lacks that sensuous lilt of tho South Sea Islands, but it is certain that It demands more dignity. For ballet work one could hardly conceive a brighter motif or a more colorful ensemble. "The Aztecs had a line sense of rhythm and color." says Kosloff. "They used true combinations of both. Their ceremonial dances nnd all dances were ceremonies with them were well worked out. We have old drawings nnd palntlnsrs to show this, and I have made a deep study of them to portray I the dancs correctly In my present In terpretations. Of course 1 have mod ernized '.lie various dances, but that was necessary to get out some of the brutality and to add some of the ac customed closs. However, even in the natural state the Aztecs had a fine dramatic feeling, and their dances must have been wonderful for a people who i never had a touch of European or Asiatic culture, "f have conic across In writings left AMVSKMKNT. AMUSEMENTS. WILLIAM FARNUM v 'LES M)?ERABLESm practically all ihe artists in Washing ton Square v.i te corralled Among them are tinny wl' known mauazlne rover Illustrators The set for whl'-h Bobby North, Mine. I'etrova's .tud.o manager, scoured New York in search of real nrtiMs is laid In a Urge atelier In Paris where dozens of art students are sketching from one m .de' Since their easels are shown turned toward tne chip of Miles Standli-li" will give a glimpse of our Puritan ancestors at home; the Blackfcet Indians in their native haunts and "Birds from a Far Off Sea." with patriotic pictunn and a Bray cartoon of Bobby Bumps and his Pup finish the show. The real Bobby Bumps Is the little son of Earl Hurd, the cartoonist, and the actual expe riences of this youngster nnd his dog afford the basis for the series of Bobby Bumps cartoons. AMUSEMENTS. 1 --7-11 JL'Ji' sky VJI 0i 1 " VAL6SKUV SURATT al V by the old Conqulstndores some rather complete descriptions of the Aztec ceremonial dances, and the color plates or drawings left by these people them selves prove their use of color most ' artistically. The poses used by the I Aztecs In dancing wero many of them quite reminiscent of the ancient Egyp tians, nnd it is not hard for one fa miliar with the latter to recreate the Aztec dance motifs." HIS HAMAIB Sole Mnment Morris (l-t The Most Wonderful. Gor geous, Lavish, Stupendous, Col orful, Dazzling, Glittering and Beautiful Production ever shown on the Stage of any Theatre in New York or the Universe. William Elliott, I. Ry Conntock end! Morris Crtt present A MUSICAL TALE OF THE EAST, lly 0-r Ach.. Music by KrrdurlcNnrtnfl New in lit Second Year in London, and Plain to Capacity Here. Company of 300 People, Prlcm Kvi Sal Mat 25c to Always 300 Orrhmtr.i SraU at SI. 30. Kirept Sal NlchU Bargain Mat. i:r)W1. Bct HriiiSl iKura Matinee National K.l rroaa la. Stt Friday. Iirirmhyr 7th. 3 HOLIDAY MATINEES ESPECIALLY FOR CHILDREN Thar. Dc.'17. Frl.Der. ?S and Mon. 1 lo.3t.AtPopulrPrlr.lltRat ' "toldMakea . Wooden Man Laudh ,UCKY ESCAPE. HALA KOSLOFF THOMAS HEALY'S GOLDEN GLADES . vat Ions are being made In great num ber. Ellen Dallerup nnd Katlo Schmidt have advanced a step in skating cos tumes with their Intent creations Just revealed; Elsie nnd Paulsen continue to thrill the audiences with their vivid Aptiche dance on skates; l.ora .lean Carlisle, with her original creation of "riding too hounds" on Ice; Hul l Kos loff, emerging radiantly from the self opening egg In the Chantlclocr skutlng number, and the (Iolden aiades Hex tet of beauties are brilliant In their kt fantaala. ELLA, HALL in. THE- fllupnipn FILM "MY UTTUBOy-Brcsd3f audience Mme, I'etrova and Director George Irvln decided that ordinary "supers" would not do and that re.-fl arltsts must bo secured. Tho oppor tunity to be photographed while ac tually at work on a pastel or wash drawing appealed very strongly to those who have already arrived as well as to the "near artists" of Grcm wich Village nnd Washington Square nnd they flocked to take part In I'etro va's picture. One of the young women, Miss Bea trix Sherman, the miniature stid sil houette artist, who wan the official "sllhouettist" nt both tho I'anama California international Exvosltlon at THE FRENCH THEATRE. For Its second week the Thea tre du Vleux Colombier an nounces the following reper toire: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday matinee, "Les Fou beries de Scapin," and the two occasional masques performed last week, although the first must have grown rather cold by this ttime; and on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, and at the two performances on Saturday, "La Ntivette," by Henri Bccque, "La Carosse de Saint Sacre ment," by Prosper Merimee, and "La Jalousie de Barboullle," by Moliere. Window 9111 1.nj TTp Rill IIr for First Time. P"nr the first time in his career a a Picture play notablo William S. Hart was forced to "rest up" as he termed It, when he Injured his hand the other day while making a perilous escape from a building that plays a prominent part In hi' newest Artcraft picture, "Tim Bloodhound." ' The scenario writer thought It would be an effective bit of melodrama if Hart wore called upon to make a "get away" from the third floor of the build ing by means of a lariat fastened to a bedstead. The Westerner was to maki a leap of the flying sort, turn around n moment to taunt his pursuers nnd then execute a hasty nnd pulse stirring descent, Everything went according to scen ario schedule until Hart grasped the lariat and wna sliding to tho ground. Then his right hand struck a protrud ing window sill, with the result that the flesh wns torn from the knuckles and one finger broken. Anyway Hart proved his g-araeneas by finishing his part In the scene. It is worth while cnronicung uiai this was the first enforced layoff Hart has ever known slnco he began acting before the camera In Thomao II. Ince productions. He has held up aoorea of a tame, killed Indians without num her, defied sheriffs, gone up against "bad men" from every clime and dealt from the ton nnd bottom of tha pack yet ho has emerged from these eifraya without serious injury, only to meet his Waterloo at tho hands ot a lowly window sill I (per THE HPPODMME Manafiemenr CHMH.ES DILUNOHMfl The. Super- Spectacle Superb Dadiarinci i everything on i cneeriAFun Multitudes EVERYTHING ON EXCEPT THE SCALE OF PRICES SUfysd by B W.Burnside MATINEE DAILY SEAR 8 WEEKS AHEAD- INCU TVE HOLIDAYS Australians who have wondered that charming Kntd Bennett has never been cast for a strong emotional creen p.ut a typo of acting which won her much distinction In the Antipodes will bo pleased to learn that Thomas II, Ince, who recently added tho name of Miss Bennett to hla list of atara. has decided that nor drat Paramount picture, tho production at whloh baa MAD. SQ. GARDEN OPENS AT 1Z TO-NIGHT Run Till Noxt Sat. Night 6 bike RACE KRAMER, GOULLETT, EGG, VERRI, WALTHOUR. IS OHiom. 5SSS SAWYER Twice Dallr-l. 4810.45 rVtot. D.ilr at 2 Z5, SO, 75c 2,000 CHOICE SEATS, 50c. Kicept Nat. nrt llolldT. BROADWAY Alio 47 STREET EVERY NIGHT 25,SO,7Se,$l,$l.S0 1,000 0RCH. SEATS, $1.00 KirptHol.,Sua. end Holidays. TWO niO COM-KHTH HUN DAY. ttlP.M. Beginning Mon. Mat., Deo. 3. Atlrftrtlnn lttinrMwtAn(,l. . eroiirs Frnnrn-Aineiiraln Pour La Franco mrutH in vaudeville or tnn Artirt-An-tocMt-Autocrt Durbar of Feminine Mugnlflocnoe In AM ot nerutot. r stylo LADYDUFF GORDON supreme l.mr-Mtkrr In the Lovrlr tand of Kino Toothers , In SVOO.nno Pantomime. Mnilrnl, Kahlon Heme In 10 Arenas "FLEURETTE'S DREAM AT PERONNE A I'.tirln.ltlntf nnH Vftr(r1 VntMlalnmnnt.. Prftoetltlnff In A tirettV Htnrt thn nitrlil-rMmmiM minnMiiln. fnim thn tjir4lM RdirflM WMHn womtani frorks. gon, suits, sporting apparol, linirario and royal fur pieces deal (Dad fey IjicIV Dutf-Oordon for lhl f.lhl(ia frtu. fur whlrh all hpr nllirr illimlm liava hMui tnord reheirsjli. A great foriuno In ucnia has neen loaned by artlt-Jewellrrs for tela ropremo i,K(i, ,,l n.l.t.llsi n,,BllUl,r. Lady Duft-Gordon will appear in person. fire tho art or wearing rrcal rolmrnt made on etnulalte ceremony Ity DELOIISS n. DINAAROF. Pllll.l.rs- MAUIIII'KTTK IIH.IIBr.n CI.MHl: l)K l.YS-JlU, WOOD VlltniM HU rilAlK- UOItlS CORISANDR AN , VO ARA1 A SONIA MONA -IKKI I.I MAJANAII-RnRil.YH MORflAN IK ftV and JRAN. flharltv Ut Hehulld Krencli Villages Alono Ilrlnga Lauy UutT-UurUnn to VaudertllO nu jiiMinra i ui Amazing meaner 01 iiipiay 01 i ostiy muiits, rrireieaa bun and rrecious nu,nw in ,,nr limn. ADOKI) A I'TMAUTloN Till', ML'SIC.M, COMKDY KAVOIilTRfl mk MORTON AND GLASS NAOMI In Their Miulral Satire. "tnlJ.IMO AUDKI) FKATUK1C. Tllh hNI KlITAINKKM PAH CXCKLLENOR. FARBEK GIRLS (CONSTANCE and IUKNB1. EXTRA PHATiritE HERMAN TIMBERG LATg FFiATURK OF MANY TlIO BROADWAY 9UCCKSSBS. EXTRA ATTRACTION. "TIIE RECKLESS EVE" A Mnaleol Comedy In 2 Hoenw. EXTRA FEATURE TROVATO The Humorist Vlollnlat. Dr.RltlX'H DOOBl PALACE NEWS I'KTORIAU KXTRA ADDED FEATURE THE COMBDIENNE EXTRAORDINARY CECIL CUNNINGHAM IN A REPERTOIRE OF HXCLUSI VE SONOU Sotis Now onSilo for tho Special Perlomuneo ttartlnf at 10:30 m A. M. Fridaj, Dec. 7, in aid oi tho American Red Croti. Tho lull bill will bo fiien with Extra Added Attradiona. Entire receipt! go to the Red Cron. J-TEMW.E OF THE MOTION PKTUR V DIREI'TION OF 9. I.. ROTH .IFF EL COWMF.NITm; lO-lllV, Triangle Film Corkiratlon Tjeienn "UNTIL THEY GET ME" A human, drama lie Morj nf the .'nr.hit Monnlrd Poller, with Iautln trk anil uift irinnnir fiayrn. MLLE. MADELEINE D ESPIN0Y SASCHA FIDELMAN Oprra ronii'i l'nrl mtiifri iairr. inauo itrrncaira "FTaHIX. Toil riSll." a llnberl C llr,n, "cink1 Kanlur. ItlAl.TO AMHATKU M.n.7.INE. MR, MRS. KIDNEY DREW In "Tin, Much llrnrj." THE .M'OiVlPARABLE RIALTO ORCHESTRA Hugo Rleaenfetd rondurtor, rnilrln th overtura to "rtln7.l" ! nlchara Wagnr ana relprtlont from ths popular ,-onip'ialtlonw ot Irving Berlin. Soturday Morning Muairale. Tlrlieta 'len ('la. Orthntra. Sololjtn, rtrtureo, IT TRAN i-i BWAY. AT 4TU! Jj-1 Personal, dikcctiom Jesse ULaatvy Presents r JACK Pickford Xomi Saavyer A PARAMOUNT PI CTUR.E Zen w STRANG SYMPhWV "linTst J orchestra la Jett7 mm ii i Afternoon Ooncerta Dally at 215 SALMON inNewBrunsidcK Except Saturdaj5,Sun3a3l;Molidity3 IMViXnc' DAP I TONE HAxW-rt "Nut Cracker Suit" Tchaihowskv COMEDY SCENIC STUDY o 9 REVIEW Other Doath-Darlnt Footuroo Adtll. I! NO ADVANCE IN Rfir ,1 PRICE DURING WEEK ineaire ac ri dji. Tho Rom of Bluebird ood Jewtll .Motion lirt lira Froductlnna Commrorlng Monday jlarry,Carey "Bucking Broadway" ZbeBae-EilaHall n m. Christmn 5tory "My Little Boy" mwm SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 3CCNICS COMEDt jL BIO FtATURC3 ATONE iunKLtTE CHANCC OF SmoKlnd, Dal cony TheMnat t'opnlarForra of Amoao nient In (haworld at an Kiceed- Inciy I'apuiar ncaia or rncoii Tliat'a why tha Cotumhla It I'aotod to the Dnora Krery Allernoon and Nlgbtt -oner rt VUK s.25o to 1 1 Cum. Tomorrow Aft'n. JottfiMioi l , vSSW Ssfrns RIVERSIDE.?! Two Big Sunday ConoarM. Week Dos. Supreme Extraordinary Feature! ThatWillowy.Bcguiling.ScinlilUtmfBomuty VALESKA SURATT In a Brand New Thrilling Dromatte Senintlno iMih a Tyrlnal New York Oaat. "THE PURPU POPPY." By Paul M. Potter & C. V. do Yoado. Ilarn Carro'll llaaaard ahort Oav. TTe.inore Cochran i Harry Ttaho Orenm Fantaitea I Hlohey Brothoto C'alta Brothera I Herman ahlrley IMPORTANT Beat now on aalo for tha Special Morning Poi f ui mance ta Thantre arartlng at 10 JO A. M.. Friday, Dec. 7ib, In aid or the Araarloan Rod Croaa. The full bill wilt he gtven with aotra added attnenVOna. Tha ontlra roretpta go to the Ked Orooa. BROOKLYN AHUUIaVIt, . ., .""""ll,a"aaaaawj Weak Deo. 10 llurleaque'a Moat Unique I'rodiicciont DLrTaront from aU tha Othorat Ono Ucatln- Bwar ro tvattui1 ta jUrraooo. PamrMod. m3Sif THE K3T SHOW W TOWH.' MAJESTIC finSSCffrT William FAVERSHAM BERNARD SHAW'S int MISALLIANCE with macltn Anne Kathmrtm lUatrod And Now York KEITH C0KCERTS T04AY Iliunuiu Dir. Janquaa Oopoaa. DUVIEUX COLOMBIER Mon., Tuna., 80, Thnra. 3:80, le Four herlea do Beapln. Wed., Than.. Krl., .. t :80 A. Mat, 2 '30. La Narette (Becque), l Caroaao du Halnt Hacremoot (Merlmeo), 1 Jalousie du Barboullle (Moliere), Pop l"rK-ei Mon, nignia, aoc ai,r,u. JAY aoat FULTON ST Tag. IjatlW ttoa. MottmfDmttt WKEK oTAHTPra MOKDAT A BIT mOABXMO DEC 3 THE PACE MAKERS KXTRA OXKMXAX WOUA B'wajr at Ila4 at, , LOEWS NEW YORK THEATRE fVYv ('out. II A. M. In II l. M llonflnl ,M Harold Liukwrnnl. "Squari" Ihveher " loaw'a laaanVaa Qaaf i-' ft W.'iifirwiiV fwroww Evrry Kve at 81. tlllkKINO TCMflHRIIW (MON. I T.VK. ANDY KICK, A BTTLISII MTF.P.IAU Baatf MONTAUK OMSK: dirkot rnoM fulton thbatrb. h. t. BROKEN THREADS IlSP CWOH MU.T. VBL. laW. C