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4 4'44" ' " ' THE 'stiN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER. 8, 1918. 5 ' G. O.P.YHLLTAKE . RMS IK SENATE tLoadcrs Plan Iicorgnn.zation of Committees With Bo publicans in Charge. NEWBERRY'S MARGIN DPnTBMQ fUTOMSN OVER FORD &00 LJVVAi.vM11'"1 ruination of mines Only 59 Rural Precincts Re main to Be Counted. HOUSE IS WON BY FIFTY yictory Duo to Strategy of Hays in Meeting Floa of Wilson. Special DetpatcK to Tim Btx. Wahinoton, Nov. 7. The Senate fill be reorganized by the Ilepubllcana. With forty-nine Republicans now cer tain all doubt as to the 'election of Benator Kail (N M.) having been re moved, leaden aro laying plans for the readjustment of committee assignment and the selection of Republican Senate officials. Democratic leaders were reduced to day to the claim of a tlo In the Senate, having given up nil hope of the House. But their claim of a tie in the Scna'e depended upon Democratic success both In Idaho and New Mexico. 'Republican leaders still Te t0 have a hope of carrying Idaho for flood ing, which would give them ntty Re publican Senators. G. O. P. Claim, id Itoasn. The Republicans claim the House of Representatives by nfty or moro votes. They have carried 210 seats 'at leatL Tho returns show that the Democrat aro certain of but 188. There will be one Independent, one Socialist, and five districts are still In doubt. The Reoubllcan leaders were unanl .moua to-day In nscrlblng their victory to organizing ability and the strategy of Will H. Hays, the new Republican committee chairman. Mr. Hays, who was elected chairman last, spring, began the work of organizing at once. Since he assumed office he has traversed the United States from coast to coast getting acquainted with the leaders, pointing out tho weak spots In the' old organization and carrying no BPlrlt of hopefulness nnd encourage went to all. He established avenues, hlchwavs and nlDe lines of Information euch as the Republican organization In the United States has not enjoyed since the days of Clarkson, Putt and Quay, and he did it all on the conlldentlal, easy business fashion of an expert busi ness organizer going out to "get acaualnted with tho trade." It was the Will Hays brand of strategy which prepared the party to meet tho stupendous force of the Presl dent's aDneal to his fellow countrymen to stand by him through standing by. the Democratic Congressional ana tsena- tqrlal candidates. Hay" Vie Strategy At the Republican headquarters the plans of the Democrats for a burst of national enthusiasm to rouow mo President's call for support were known lone. In 'advance of the actual out' giving from the White House. The Republican leaders were In panic at the outlook. They Tere anxious to meet the onslaught by protective barrage. To Hays they went with the suggestion that the artillery lie put In play and the action or the President anilcipiueu. Not fo with 'Mr. Hays. He coun soiled silence. He ., urged the advisers to stand at attention and. await results. To-day leaders who wanted him to act are thanking their stars that tne per knt.aitv tf Ifnv Intervened and thai the reaction from the President's appeal was allowed to work as It did work to the glory and (success of tho Republican party. DtrnoiT, Nov. 7. On tho face of vir tually complete unofficial returns to night. Lieutenant-Commander Truman II. ' Newberry, Republican', has been elected to the Senate over Henry Ford, Democrat, ,by n majority of approxi mately 8.K00. With ilfty-nlnn rural pre- nets yet to report', the vole siooa: Newberry, 21S.995 ; Ford, 20G.G34. This Is a lead for the naval com martder of S.401. The missing precincts arp not expected to materially change the result. The Republican Stnto Central Com mittee claims the election of Com mander Newberry hy a majority of 8,000 16 flO.OQO. Mr. IforJ issued a statement to-day to tho effect that1 he would not contest the election unto thero Is evidence of Irregularity that might altoct the outcome. Sun's Win Sooth Dnkotn. Sioitx Palls, S. D., Nov. ".Woman suffrage carried In South Dakota, ac cording to Incomplete returns received from, Tuesday's election. The amend ment by which tuffrajro carried amend- ed tho State .Constitution o us to con- tlno tho vote to native born citizens or those of foreign birth, who have com pleted their naturalization papers. "Alnakn Codkitm Vote Cloe. JCNfiAU, Alaska, Nov. 7. Based on scattering returns a close contest for detegato to Congress from .Alaska may ho the result of Tuesday's voting. James WIckorsham, Republican. Is believed to be In tho lead. A severe storm 'and the Influenza caused the smallest vote ever cast. . 0. 0, P. VICT0EY HITS KAISER London "EmrfM" Considers lie f suit n Dlorr at Prnsslanlim. Special Cable Detpatch to The Six. Copvriaht. WIS; all riohlt rtitncid. London, Nov. 7. The Daily Kxprest commenting on the result or the Con gresslorml elections In the United States says: "The Republican victories show that the American pcoplo are not only ready to follow President Wilson, but that they are eager to get In front o him for a victory complete and unquall fled. "It shows they are determined to put an end to Prusslanlsm and militarism and that they will tolerate no compro mlso that will leave Gormany with the power to strike again, i "DRYS" LOSE IN MINNESOTA. Vote for Amendment l'nr Helotr ; Ticket. , St. Pai:l, Minn., Nov. 7. On the face of available returns the Statewide prohl hlbltlon amendment has been beaten In Mlnnepo'a. The amendment must reeelve a majority of the total vote cast in the State, and the returns on the amend ment thus far are considerably lighter than the returns polled for Governor. Prohibition shows only n 5,100 ma jority for the dry forces. Lansing Acts on Boport of Or dcr to Destroy (Doal Sources in Belgium. Plorldn Goes Very Dry. Jacksonville. Fla., Nov. 7. Virtually complete returns to-day showed that Florida on Tuesday voted two to one. for Stai&wldo prohibition, effective Jan uary I next. SLOAN COMMANDS AT UPTON. Relieves Col. Mallory, "Who la In capacitated by Illness. Special tieipatch to Tnr. suv. Camp Upton. L. I.. Nov. 7. Col. John 8. Mallory, who will receive' an Indefinite sick leave, has been succeeded in com mand of the camp by Col. Albert B. Sloan. The latter has served in the Twenty-fourth and Thirtieth Infantry regiments, Regular Army, and has been stationed In Alaska and the Philippines. In 191H he commanded the detachment of guards established over the Germans Interned at Ellis Island. Before coming to Upton Col. Sloan acted on one of the New York boards hlch recommended commissioning ot officers from the National Guard Into the army. Ho came here In Decembe' 1917, nnd has acted as range officer and commander of the U2d Depot Brigade. WasminotoV, Nov. 7, Secretary Lnn. (namnde public toilty a message to the German. Government through the SwIm Minister protesting ngalnst the reported Intention of German authori ties In Belgium to destroy coal mines on evacuation. If. tho acts contemplated nre carried out. the mcsnagu says, It will confirm "tho boJIet that tho solemn as surances of tho aorman Government re not given In good faith." Tho note follows : ,1 have the honor to rcqiust that you Will brlrnr tho following to tho atten tion of tho.. German Government: In Its note of October 20 the Ger man Government announced that "the Getmnu troops are under the strictest Instructions' to sparo private property and to' exercise care for the popula tion to the best of their ability." Information lias now reached the Government .of tho United States to the effect tint tho German authori ties In Belgium have given notice to the coal minim: companies that all men and. animals should be brought out of the pits ; that nil raw materials In the possession of the companies shoukl be delivered to tho Germans nnd that the mines will be destroyed at once. Acta r.o wanton nnd rh.illclou. In volving as they do tho destruction of a vital necessity to the civilian popu lation of Belgium and the conse quent suffering and loss of human life which will follow, cannot fall to Im press the Government nnd the people of tho United States an wilfully cruel and Inhuman. If these acts, in flag rant violation of the declaration of October 20, are perpetrated It will con firm the belief that the solemn assur ances of tho German Government are not given In good faith. In the cir cumstances tho Government of the United States to which the declara tion of October 20 was made, enters an emphatic prgteat-ngalnst the meas ures contemplated by the German au thorities, for whoso conduct the Gov ernment of Germany Is wholly responsible. BURGESS AEROPLANE FlllimM'"'1 PLANT NO. 2 BURNS $300,000 Fire Alto Destroys rfty Yachts. Maiuilshdad. Mass.. Nov, 7. Plant No. 2 of the Bursess Aeroplane Com pany, which was Ailed with Government airplanes, nnd the Stearns & McKay uompnny siorcnousc, containing more than forty yachts, were destroyed by Pro early to-night. Tho fire was started by an explosion In the paint shop of tho Burgess company. The plant had been shut down in or der to permit the workmen to celebrate upon receipt oi raise reports or me sign Ing of an nrmlstlce by Germany, and be-1 foro the watchman could reach the sccno I tho flames had gained great headway. Airplanes In various stages of construc tion were quickly ruined. The flames swept Into tho plant of the Stearns & McKay Co., where twenty, five smnll craft and fifteen larger yachts, some of them famous In the sporting world, were destroyed. Perhaps the most famous yacht Iott was the Sumatra, one ot the successful American defenders against the German sonder class bonts In their last race In American waters before tho war. Another of tho racing yachts to bo burned 'was the Utile Rhody, well known In north Atlantic waters. Insurance officials estimated the total loss at J300.00U It was thought the fire was caused by spontaneous com bustion. LOS ANGELES BILLBOARDS 00, Six Miles of Advertising; Signs Hp- moved by Lust. ' Los Anoelbs, Nov. 7. This city is fast becoming htllbonrdless, according to reports submitted to-day to the City Council. Of the 927 advertising sign boards standing June',1, 810 have been removed. In compliance with the new ordinance forbidding such advertising In the residence section. A few remaining boards are left be cause of a difference In 'opinion over the wording of the law, 'but It is- ex pected that these soon will be eliminated. The slims to which the majority of the populace objected totalled six miles in icngrn. KINO NICHOLAS TO RETURN. Says Monlrnrsrro Looks to America for Independent Future. Bn the Aisocinled Prtti, ' Paris, Nov. 7. Montenegro looks to President Wilson to obtain for it a safe and Independent future, the exiled King .Nicholas told tht Associated Prcus-to day In discussing the future of his foun try, now that It Is being cleared of the enemy. The King Raid he honed Monte negro would become a part of the new State of Jugoslavia. King Nicholas, who fled from hl country when it was invaded and over run by the Austrlans in the winter of 1915-16, said, he Intended to return to his little kingdom as soon as It can be arranged. He appeared greatly dis tressed by reports of food and other conditions In Montenegro. U. S. SOON TO BE UNCREELED. Committee Will. 12nd Domestic 'Activities, but Not Foreign!. WAStitNOTO.v. Nov. 7. George Creel, chairman of the Committee on Public Information, announced to-day that the domestic activities of the committee will be discontinued as soon as the war ends, but thnt the work In foreign countries will be continued for a time at least. The foreign work, whloh Is under con trol of the President and Is financed out of his special war fund, Mr. Creel said, 'has had a wider purpose than the facts of the war," being designed "to Intro duce America to tho world." HALF BILLION MONTHLY LOOT. ISnorutons Sums ISxtartcd hy Ger many From Belelum Itearalnrly. Washington, Nov. 7. Belgium has been compelled to pay n total of J300, 000,000 to Germany In the form of u monthly "war contribution" In tho four year sinco the war began, it was shown by an official compilation received by the Belgian Legation to-day from Havre. The amount was mid to be exclusive of the large sums that have been ex torted from Belgian corporations, cities, towns and civilians under tho gulso of fines and "assessments." WOULD HMTT MOTOR TRUCKS. Day State Commission Snys They Are Itninlna; Itonds. Boston, Nov. 7. Members of the special commission appointed by the Legislature to draw up new regulations for motor vehicles at a meeting to day agreed that the- weight of automo bile trucks must be limited or more good roailn In Massachusetts would he ruined The commission alro favors a law regulating the width of automobiles, as there Is danger of smaller vehicles being forced off the roads If enlargement of trucks continue. ( Record Indiana Coal Output. Twine Haute, Ind , Nov. 7. Indiana coal mines set a record for production In October by hoisting 3,037,751 tons. According to reports to-day of the dis trict fuel administration, this Is the first month that has shown u produc tion In excess of 3,000,000 tons. mmmm .0. 0. P. SWEEPS NEW MEXICO. Fall Wins Senate Seat' by Plurality of 1,000, ALDCQ.UERQ.LTt, N. Sf Nov. 7. With a few precincts missing returns to-day showed the election of Albert B. Fall, Republican, from New Mexico, to tho United States Senate by approximately 1,900 plurality over his Democratic op ponent. Representative William B. Wal ton. . Benlgno C. Hernandez, Republican, former Congressman, has .been elected as Representative over Judge Granville 'A. Richardson, Democrat. The entire Republican State ticket Ima been elected with one exception. Canada's Victory Lonn Booms. Toronto, Nov. 7. W(th half of the' three weeks campaign over the Domin ion of Canada's second Victory Lo.in has passed 222,71 1.700 of tho $B00. 000,000 obJetlve. This. doe not Include Wednesday's subscriptions outside of Ontario. Mount Holynke Passes Uuotn. South Haplet, Jlxs., Nov. 7. Mount Holyoke College tins exceeded its al lotment in tho United War Work cam paign. The drive opened yesterday, with $10,000 as the goal. Tabulation of tho first contributions showed 116,341. To help conserve KUDperve nave opened our Repair Depl to the PuH5c Hre flVEW METHOD! REPAIRING BY OUR CMimtBtMLUM EXPERTS EVBtY REPAIR GUARANTEED TO OUTLAST THE TIRE OR WE REPAIRFREC OF CHARGE. OUR PRICE NO HIGHER THAN ORDINARY VULCANIZING. Stfto US YOUK OLD TIRES' W WE WILL TELL YOU IF miY APE WORTH REPAIFi(Aj6V IFWT WE WILL OTHfR RETURN TrlEfl OR BUY THEM AT MARKET PRICES AS YOU CHOOXE. AMERICAN ARP.OW TIREt 225Wesh52"dSt r, fct w j r Pbonc CIRCLE OflO J s6cmm yiilifffm5iffl Lord 6f Taylor 38th Street FIFTH AYENUE- 39th Street V All Day -Every Day X TRUCK In daily use by many National Corporations A limitec number (or imme diate; delivery to essential in dustries pnly. Present pries chassis $1,850. Liberal time payments to respon sible parties. N. Y. FULTON TRUCK CO. 1800 BROADWAY Phone CIRCLE 5661 HOTELS AMI BESTACIMNTa. THE ARISTOCRAT OF HATS A GENUINE VELOUR worth $"&$ ' Derbys & . Soft Hats 42.40 & $2.90 Silk Finish Soft Hats $2.90 I m& All llolrlt and Ktllauranlt Advrrtiitd in fill! M'S Comply vitk ISo Ordtrt ) IJftwra atnif. rnnn nmini.ininon. Society's 'Newest Fad Bwtuiuray t6bSUVf The Golden 'Glades ATTABOY Doe Edward' Newmt Iters OMAIl KMAYYAM KOOAl HOTEL MARTINIQUE Broadway and lid St. Na admlMUn or eour.rt chtra-.a. Utb Street,1 near Fourth Aveauo Hf U. S. Flags Double Twisted All Wool Worsted When Democracy is made safe for the World by the Unconditional Surrender of the toppling Prussian Military Power the Stars and .Stripes will be unfurled from every business building and private home. Let it be -the bright new Flag of Victory radiant in those colors that stand for Liberty of the World not a tattered, wornout banner. Are. you ready with your Flag the one you will use to celebrate Victory the one that you will use to welcome the boys from "Over There"? We arc prepared with a large stock of durable flags, made of all-wool worsted tailored flags of the finest quality, double twisted warp and filling. Colors are guaranteed fast-- workman ship and finishing details are perfect. 6000 Wool Bunting Flags At These Prices 3x 5 feet 55.75 4.x 6 fcot 10.50 5x 8 feet 14.50 6 x 10 feet 21.00 8 x 12 feet 32.50 .Fourth floor. i "V Punctuality is Another Word for Personal Efficiency Time Saving and Business Success are closely related. WALTHAM WATCHES are noted foe their almost infallablc accuracy The "Colonial A" suggested above is everywhere conceded a tri umphof mechanical geniusand technical skill. Its thinness, too,commends itto discriminating men. WALTHAM WATCHES ARE RECOMMENDED AND SOLD BY REED &aBARTON THEODORE B STARR, Inc. 1882 JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS Fifth Avenue at 47th St. 4 Maiden Lane New York Sterling Silver Precioui Stonet J ewrliy Watchej Clocks Leather Goodi Stitioncrjr Canes and Umbrellas I AMUSEMENTS. flniwnuuiiiminuiiiiiuamnnmnmiiiiimiiiin!iiiiiiiii AMC8EMENT8. j AMlISEMEVrs -All For One, and One For All- -THE- ALLIED THEATRICAL MOTION PICTURE AND MUSIC TEAM WILLIAM FOX Chairman GEO. M. COHAN Associate Chairman ANNOUNCES FOR THE UNITED WAR WORK CAMPAIGN Y. M. C A.-Y. W. C. A.-Nafl Catholic War CouncilrJewish Welfare Board War Camp Community Service American Library Association Salvation Army A SERIES OF STIRRING BENEFITS HIPPODROME Manaspmrnt Charl DIllUigLiam. Next Sun. Night (Nov. 10), at 8. Populsr ITIces ;.oc. si, $i..vi. S2. s::o. PEATS NOW SELLING MR. E. F. ALBEE Presents A MONSTER ALL-STAR BENEFIT - A FEW OF THE VOLf'NTKKKH Jiill Arthur. Lillian KukM-ll. l'hjlll NrlNun Trary. Al JnUon, Horjtl Inlne llrrlln, lrri FrarMin ami llurton irtHn. HUnchu Itlng. FrlMt. Lorctta MrDtTinott and Ilwt Kelly's Jiik Hand. Trtle FrlRanza, Jlrlle HakiT. Juliet. Van and tfchenck. Honlile Tucker t'raU Canu hell. f'harlr Ivlnnr and rhll Haker. Aon Coim-dy Four, Vflham NaMl Hand, tin Kdward' Attalnty Hevinv AVelliufftun Crts. Hen All Trotij of Aral. Krltli'n ItojV Hand 2S0 Strong. The Caailnm. KuUTt Emnirtt Kranr, Will and Oordou Dooley. Moll) King, UMo Mirf hi.n and IVarl Itway MR AI II EK AM) HIM ASSOCIATES WILL DON TL THE ENTIltE PROCEEDS TO TIIK t'NlTED WAR WORK CAMPAKiN FIND. TWO GREAT WAR RELIC EXPOSITIONS 1st Field Artillery -Armory 08th St. & E'way. Stanhattan. 8 DAYS 23d REGIMENT ARMORY Iledfnnl A. Atlantic Aov, Brooklyn, STtRTIXi MONO IT. NOV. lllh O HAVC CONTINCOt.'!! DAILY 2:30 to 11 I". M. O I O . . ADMISSION OV at rlthrr Arniorr WAR TROPHIES FROM EUROPEAN BATTLEFIELDS i ATllF.TtEI) FOR THE V. S. COMMITTEE ON PUHI.IC INFORMATION Huts and Di'lallod Exhibit allowing how our lion are looked aftrr by" tho alHi otyanUaUotx. dally irot,Tam featun. band ronowta, allied Army Costumes Drills Community Slntcers. Snoakurs--PagcantK and Dancw. Tbe Expositions thrill you with thetr patriotic vlom. GALA CONCERT ORGANIZED HY THE "SINOINO l'KUPHK'I' OF VICTORY." JOHN McCORMACK Associated with Mr McCorrcark Ik- MAGGIE TEYTE b; JAQUES TH1BAUD France's Oreatrtt VtolinUt Courtesy of Chaa L. Waimnr-Loudon Charlton. I). F. MrSnivwy. and Tho Music I mkuk. hEATS ON S M.B OPERA IIOIINE 1IOX OFFICE PRICKS SI (1(1. Jl Ml, 2(W, M.OO. 3 txi. METROPOLITAN OPERA HOUSE Tuesday Night Nor. 12, at 8:15. SEAT SALE TO-DAY. IIEBICVS VoREMOST TIieTRltn AND IIITS CNDEU THE DIRECTION OF I , I.KK A J. J. nlllJllhKT. ll'WAY aud I BOtn ai Era. at 8:00. 1 SMOKINO ItEflUMED AT fi THE WINTER I1A'IKN. I LAST WEEK MAT. TO-M'W AT S. MOST GIGANTIC SHOW IN N'W YORK or 1918 i.vc i .ki i ton PEOPLE i SCI-NKS COSTUMES Nct XI inKIIM In SINRAD Moyos Mn. AL tlULOUn Here from thn Casino UNUSUAL HILL OE FAVOIHTUS. WINTERGARDE' SPPNTR Al Thea.. Il'way A 47th. llryant 17. ttn I HAL Kvs.Hau.Mata.Tm'&Wtl.a.30 ALICE BRADY llfiliirnrd in th Knakrn 8ta( In FOREVER AFTER ami MOM. IF. KINO FRANK EAl nut It ILL FKEEDOSVI THE TRIUMPH OF Nor .t Motlin Picture) Willi E Lrall Swcte. Edward Mr- tlndcl, Henry Herbert, Arleen Hackett and Th Suiwrbly Human, MtunMrctit MARCIA van DRESSER Win Seats at tl 2.V) at 75ci I MM) nt Hit 4IH at fl.SU. CENTURY SS-MT. lOM'W. iff: iiniii.' ivii'iiv i iii.t'riir. AT ll:.io. nciiTiiDV nnnit: Mi!,.:.'9"T .UblllUIII UllU.lb ."ri?.Kt.. lll,Ati I II 1 I. tillll.a l,lt.iniiii" s.nll II t iv I Mill I.I K''l AOTU C ThM.. n nf ll'war. KTr.S:30. tOin 31. M,t,.Tom'w,Ar Thurs,2::iO. nvi.i. MARY NASH iU a DDCn'mt 42d St. l:. MM inniainiw To-morrow and Vi'ttl. 2:30. BCBTMA "THP RIDDLE WOMAN' Kalich CITIUPf Wit42d8t. K?'1?0-. r and Wl. 2.30. mm HUDSON ftSiS-'i ?Tr.v.i-7i'.sb. LOUIS MANN & SAM BERNAHU m "FRIENDLY ENEMIES Inrnlini IP W 42 St. Kw x .10. Mata. l REPUBLIC Tcirw and Wd. 2 J0. MARJQRIE RAMBEAU in wHFitr poppies mnini," MAXINEELUQIlSSa! POLO GROUNDS Saturday Aft. Nor. 16. at 2 P. M. A GENUINE VARSITY ' FOOTBALL GAME Tho Announcement of the Oppii!njc K.Ievntut txfvthHr wlth other BptHial featurra will ere to n surprise anil some thrllU. Wlrh thU upare dftlly for he tiltr ne HOTEL ASTOR Saturday Night, Nov. 16th Starllna-at 1(1 P M THE VICTORY BALL A ttorftootis event that will overshadow anr rhirlty hall lift luii. AHMY NAVY OPERATIC THEATRICAIr MOTION 1'IOTUUB AND CIVIL IAN OKIIANIZATIONS ARE COLLAHOKATINO TO MAKE THIS THE CHOWNINtl EVENT OP THE DRIVE TICKKTS. fto a 1'en.on MADISON SQ. GARDEN Saturday Night, Not. 16th. Prices nnd further pan tlcuUra vlil appear in t hN tpai'e ' Cha-s. llnroy( Wm (JlLwon, Jew. lluinphri'jti anil .Vvo c(atis vlll prmont a military concert and a BOXING CARNIVAL In vhch llm start, of tho pUftllUtlc world will Klo tint tnwt they have. Von n'liiemhiT th hhow they Kai fr tho Ited t'rovt, ThU nvonl will Ihi outdone Tho sports ing committee in chance will donate the en tiro procoed!) to the Unit i-d War Work Campaign Fund METROPOLITAN OPERA HOUSE Sunday Night No?. 17th. PRICKS 12.00. ta.oo. 4.00. 1(1.00. Scat Sale Wed.. Nov. U, Auction for Choice of Oats Cohan it Harris Thwitre, Tues., Nov ii, 3 P M The National fcsociition ef F Urs Arrourcas the rniADP cnniin ever rmnno riiuLiu GREATEST I GIVEN Under Oto Perwinal Dlrcctlou of I'ltlAU AIIIIOT C.EO. M, COHAN MINSTHELbY TRA ELSY DRAMA- TAIIl.h.U X Raymond Hitchcock. Al Jolson, Dc Wolf Hoiipi-r, Sam lltriiuil, ImuIs Mann. William Collier, Erank Tinney. Irvlna llcrlln, lew Holds. Job Weber, lim DilriclMnii Will ltoners. John Chariot Thomas. Doyla bihI DImii Joh Cawthorn and others In tio announced. Tim Krjr v-lll (iunalo the rutin) proceeds to tho Unltod War Worv CampalKll 1'und. TA3 1 MU.Tom'w IKk Wod.2.30. Ilrfrcslilngly c; II Sparkles. If lou llu 111 Adtnut-e, hdlce eats For All Perfnrninners May He Unit at the lint Ofn, e. I I IMIJ S I Ml .niiiri.firuiii.'ftii.iii. BLUnuAtnr. MatlneraTom'w & Weil. 2:30 WM. COLLIER in "NoTiiiNt; ih?t liks." iTom'w AMrd. 'J:ao Ii nrW'S 7lh Ave t ia:vsi;. Kv!?. a-tosi. ..- ........ , Hlat. Tiv-m'w 25c to JNrat wcelt H TP. WALKER 'OH HOY.' )Q4-ii CT Thea..nr.B'way. Evs.8:3n. ww&'itY THE LGHS DA8W AQTAO thea.. 4.1 & H'"?y: ftS I UK Mat. Tom'w ft Wed. Z:15. VtiMiki I ITTIF SIMPLICITY rsl Play. AATH tJT ThitnvJ"stW.ortt-r.l'. IS al.MatlneeaTo-m'wAWfd.aS. ItOUERT II 1 UTCI I VI. Prior 8.V. 80c. $1.00. tl.60. notm 2.oo. DUU I II To-morrow ft We,l. 2:30. CLARE RUMMER S NEW COMriUi. BE CALM CAMILLA t. iiM.t iirfnmianrf and llrlclilest "A Trl.impti of Ihi Tlieatrp that NJ days nrr lw and Far Between." nirlft. InHM IJ A DDVMnHF. InTOLSTOI'H "Rt DEMPTION" Dl VUnilTU W.8lhRt.E's.8flq.' nrjr 40. O at O I II fl Thoa.. Il'way ft 3I)th. Es.8:l U HO I I1U MMInon To-morrow, 3! 111. ,nn T fCK im aumiii'i Moves t- Winter Harden Nct Monday. r.i.i.ai.pjEiai:i:i NeUnUlTTIUPwlll KM WVNN moves Mon.UMt IIMtjierefroin Mhubert Thio. BR0ADKUflSTtl.Vn"rTi,!;r?:2M:V.?; LADIES FIRST NORA BAYES In a New Musical Play rniirnv 4ist. v. nt n'w i'!io. rtUMt,UT Mats.Toni,wftThurs.2:l. II I'lrat Appearance aa .Mrs.Clieveley. JOll.N l. WILLIAM ir.-n-.lls AN IDEAL HUSBAND Oscar Wilde's f,rcalel t'omoiiy rsorlnan Treior W i.tnii IJtehnjr Cyril llarrotirt Julia Arthur Beatrice ttrckley. PLAYIIOUHE. Evea. H JKO. ImX. Matinee To-m'w, 2 JO. I"ETEHH MOTHER CUIinCDT Thea. 44th W.of B'way. Eva. H -.1 . OllUOCItl Matinee To-morrow, 2:1.1. Iat Weeic at This Theatre. Moves to the Casino Next Monday. with r.o. Wl'NN MEltHY MI'SICAI. ROMANCE. SlItmERT TIIEATItE. TIIUR8.. NOV. II WINTllltOf AMES PHESICMK m BETROTHAL $Et THE BLUE BIRD By MAURICE MAETERLINCK NEATH NOW-ON HALE. 1 HI 1 11 II ,1,h- W of E'way. Eves. HM.-IDIJUU.Mata.To-m'wftWed.2'30. I "CO.MPLETE SUCCESS." WORLD I h. B. WARNER inwith IRENE ! Steeping PartneralEORDC NI. I LYR I C i? . . w. or irwa. Eve., s sso. - Mata.Tom'w ft Wod. 3.-20. Roland West's Thriller r Itirillers EIIDi in:i:i:iim.'ijii;iJH With 111(11 Altll HLNM.ll. rUblUI1 .Li Tn-m'w W,l M., . -..i A STITCH IN TIME A Happy Play with IRENE FENWICK SHUBERT-RIVIERAs1.1'"'''71" Kv" uiiuui.ni nin-n.Mat.T(.(n' at 2 VI. llUthest Price Orch. Meals 1 Kvirs. Parlor JledrooniA.llatli,KlthKlorenceMoi-e .NttWIC-tluy Ilatot Post The Masiitiendrr N E W Y O It K I. E A II I N i T II II A T II E S AND Sll C C i: S S l: S rMPIRP Uroudwav . 4nth ht. Eis, S.20. cmnnc Mat. Tu-nrw ft wi. a 20. , in t , iiaj'icm t'uamoers the 1 SAVING GRACE, Maude IM flnC M'ay A 4llHt. Fi-. st S 20. ULUUL A)Ms, To-m' ft Wed. (Pop.) 2:20. Sahdersoh-Cawthorh ji(M llaRDY and DOVI I" A lt.ON j ;n ii T u r CAM A D V"1 111 a mmm f f LIGHTNBN2 V (ialelr. l"v.R 30 Mats.Woi.AHat 2 3(1 NEW AMSTERDAM Ji Mitlrsn T'vinorrow nn Wl n I ZIEGFELD MIDNIGHT FROllC 1 ' VKAt I'll,... '-rsn i MO UIK'BV Mil I CB'C Thea. W 43U .St E is. 8.30. ntllKI lYIILLtno Mat To-niomi.2..lu HENRY Ml LLERtt, RUTH CHATTERTON "PERKINS" rRITFRinN H'ayft44lh S Kvs S 30. bill I CniUPJ jllla To-m'n ft Wtxl. 2 .10. k3 WISE FOOLS TheBeiter 'Qq ffOT Theatre. Wtst 4rth Sf Evs m :i Vvn I Mats. To-toorrow ft Wixi, 2.30, John Corfu Musical Comedy Triumph FIDDLERS THREE VANDERBILTMr,lVVs,lnwKrw,V2,-3o DITRIGHSTEIN LIBERTY ,"t42-i!)t. i,s. uv S. , ' ' Mt. To-m'w A Wed. 2 IS. The ltalnbow Division of Musical Come-tles GLORI AN N A -ES PAINTER " nest dandnit show on the lioirds. ' EvWo.ll LYCEUM ",n;t-,iM' .E.inintsi. v'" Mats To-m'w ft Thur. 2 20 DAVID HKLA.SCO Presents DAD Dl E S COHAN I HAHHIi' XL" vt ;. -,-.L.r Ml lom'a ft Wst.2 20 Huil msl. lurned . ,y Kier. eVr',?JlJ!i M. "w"""llrjani3ua. Mt To-in'K 2 1. Tho Saucy Kt.r and tiajrut .Nh'Sic Pli, HEA HE tL5 NITZB BELASCU NEXT TUESTTr-" FRANCES STARR -agsf- STANDARD Ev1-,l saiotoc ELK) 'WATVVl'r'ill,.','',:,,,' METROPOLITAN SAMSON et DALILA I'.OthllT, AIDA OPP.NINC. N1C.HT Mils' NOV It at S Homer. Caruso, Couzlnou (new). Ilelss. Ananlau. Com). Moutcui. l EI). EVE. ,t H .... Muilo, Homer: Crlnil (new). Mnntesanto ne. Dldnr. D'AiikcIo. Cond. Morantonl, r"i ujKVfc' . DAUGHTER rVir; REGIMENT rltinpcl, Mowan.1. Carpi, Srottl. Cond. Pa pi. K,a J;- FORZA DEL DESTINO Prniwiir (new,, fintlc (im ; Onrttso, I)f Luca, rhalmpnt. Martlonra. Cond. 1'apl, ?7- THAIS Farrar, Itraslaii, Ilrlatinnii. K?emtr, Diaz, Couzlnou, Jlothlpr. Oimd. Monfrux. AT. KVK CAVAIJ.i:iU Ht'STICANA. FIRST blLTfVIORF i' it i n V Y M O R V , so m"iclf Oranu Ballroon, Ho,,, lljltrmtre, -a a.ia-'n UASt ELMAN MIMIH I.Ol'lN at (7.'.c to $1) DOI HLP. Illl.l. I.,.li ll.-lr.l U....U... Ihl. niers PAtll.l U'CI. Kluilo: KinKstou, Scottl, Hula Cond. .loranniini II AltDM AN PI WO I'SKI) ANDERSON GALLERIES TM.. 'Hut llrttUti (oieriiiiicnt amiouna-H AN OFFICIAL EXHIBITION -OF Colored Naval Photographs Di'pU'diu I.iN(iaivi ami Inrlueiiu Amo ilatmi with t'vir Dhao of Naval Warfare Dlrnct from PrincM'ri (ialN'rlm, Komlon. Limit. .1 V I'vrvx. It N V It: 1011- t rat txi Talk on fhu Work of tho Navy, ll cry Kwnlim at ' 1 a U a ntll No. ttiiln im A. M. to iu I. M. ADMISSION MU-. Nrl J'roftMHN ini'rli.iri Mm Cran Nay .utll.iry No. mi... HORSE SHOW I Box Offlpe ut MADISON 8QUAIIC OAH 1 DEN NOW opn U A, M. to 0 I', M, for al of ssata for entire erJ of tha Mltttw (Not II to IB anil for Arena Boieg A Ilea. Heata, COLUMBIA S WhlirtriTaTairfK. BEST SHOW IN T0WN"1,,hlum,;s.nkl' nilOOKLl'M AMUSEMENTS. npiD W Jay nr. I nil on Mt.i.'ilnt. lAIt Tel. MnlnXIKDl, iKnllv FROLICS i5 THE NITE j Kwr Sunday, 2 IIIU CONCKUTK s: MANHATTAN opera iiousi; ks. ITIHrirlHI IMPI 34ih. West of H'wav i i ,V Matinees Tomorrow tt Wcdnowlay S I J, In "TIIE Al CTIOM IIIf Price) 2.' to $1.&I). Wnl. Mat. 23c to f I Alwais AOQ Orch, Heats at M, PARK H'tU Vi'l'. ' Ma't'lnis-''sat L LV ' Hnriety of AlniTl.'liI Hinders Opera ( olnliiie. lillUM iln'in Comic open MiteriWes ?,,rr;,,!',i MIKADO Ii":;K"w PIRATES OF PENZANCE Hah M HiMini Huh ch Tn (Jreat u . ti-ry Tahloau & i;verihinK ai in llu." Mat To-day2.1o fl nfl REST HE AT A Ktenlnvs at st l!s ,valm 3 00 ot Itiliniure llox of'.T Manaitenient It K. Johnstgn" ,!",.. V' N.Y.SYMPHLNY XfOCIETV V WALTER DAMROSCH. (.,.. X Alnn Ulltrtoffi tllHc'ilA LEV I TZK I Virndlne Hsliit Ssens, Vidal, Mnussorir-H 'eats al mot Offices (ienrve Kncleu it.. Carntjir Hall, Sun. Aft Not. 10, al 3. AMERICAN I) E 11 1 T UK O I L VI DAS FRENCH IOLINIST (Ntelnway P(an Beats $2.00 to 750. Mm M iislc Leilr . i HALL ISAI',. NOV. 1(1, at a. Iteclt.il i: ORNSTEIN "eats ! in tl VI. Iloies 12 Kn h,. ' , veoliun Hull. h.ii. .i., .Not.u7 at fi iV I'lrst f oitcert ut "i)l.l.RIK".SCtlLiY rO,. AL) ANCLM1 NT OF M I IM' 1-i 'V I Ctffi i vSgeP ! mm TnjatiB ,;';; lolomtkr I UIW :i5.Ev.S IS Mts Tmn ATlmr. 2 l ' wiV "GEORGETTE LtMEUNlER' Nests MV to S2, Kst Nlchl Pninilv P'lc" RULLMAN'S (Estalillshisl S42) Theatre Ticket Offices Metropolitan Opera buhscrlptlons At Box Office Prices ia West I'M St. Ill HriMdniM. R I V O L I I'wav. 4!) Ht. n.ao.no l..ai J, Stuart Illackton's "Safe for Iemorrac)" ullh II,,.H...I lltlVOLI ttRCIIESTH 1 .AIT- i'.l A1AK MAIlkll " - v In ''Hidden Urea" Times Hmiaro Comedy, BololiU. S0-30-b. I IUalto WcbaTl'a. Fli.l .KI 1 1 it r alace! Il'asy and 17 St j Mai Daily 2 -'-ll i.i ..i. ii.inti, A 'I lie. C.inwlnus III.OSSOM M I'.l i;i 'Irlsto,' Htan .Stuiilet Lllllore A Mllll.tnts ' mid (MM SM.K. RK.I .Kl.l I II'M III I I.I. lithl II IVFRSIDF 1 mi mi i. Moitin lYLIWIOt , ,ANK llollNON A CO. li'nar & 00th St .I.Mehllnter .Mejer.ots. I 1 CATHERINE CALVERT ,y. .u,,,.,., CIIARLir. ClllPl.lX III Nlioill.ler arms I net , 11 way at list m. Coot Noun t IIP M BROADWAY ataXiW47iilr "Lift VET l"E, WU LOME," Holonls. War Review A MIUA.NO OltCII.