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ffi "!0 12 EVENING 'LEDGER PHIErADEL"PHXA', SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1913, Dfte Stage JLMirror of the Jfae !ve0 T f 'VTTIMIKh fe v isi i&'r -i tUt w ' SmW i i . i i V J H I THEATRICAL BAEDEKER OPKN'IN'O MONDAY. BnOAD Madnm President," French fnrce, stnrrliiK Tantile Wnrd. KniTH'8 Syh cater Schnffrr In a mar velous nrlet of specialties L.YIUC "The Whirl of the World," the New York Winter Onnlen spcrtaelp with Mile. Chaplne, the Parisian prima donna. WALNUT "A Fool There Was " Revival of sensational play based on Kipling"! "Tho Vampire, ' with Eugenie lilalr melodrama star. In leading role. CONTINUING DELPHI "A Pair of Slxo." a. farce b) IMtvnrd Pcplo. Two business partners shoot a cold hand, the winner to retain the business, the loser to become hl body servant for a yeir Dellght(till) taiiRhable. FOItRKST "Papa's Darllnu, ' musical comedy by Ivan Carjll On the excuse of halng a mvthlcal "ion, a professor of moral psjcholrgj lelts Paris and - well, musically accompanied complica tions follow. CAnmCK "The Yellow Ticket." b Michael llnrton Plnronco need, re enled as an aetreoi of supcremlnent ability In a tlir-r-W-lnjr melodrama of Russia LtTTLn TlinATnn "Arm's and the Man " Revival of Uernard Shaw s tiliw BEHIND THE SCENES . WITH STARS OF ' MUSICAL COMEDY 'Dorothy Jardon, Fascinating Siren of "Papa's Darling," Chats on Jealousy and How It Spoils Looks. The curtain had risen revealing Mad i nme retinas' advanced feminist acadenn to the audience at the Forrest Thentre last night. The rharmlnT chorus in g n.- liaslum attlri', was going through such i nhttetic exercise as would enable them phjslcally to be the superiors of theli huabandB according to advanced feminist theories. Back of the ccnes stige , hands and chorus boys waited The j I stage hands slouched and sccmld. Two I 1 of tho jounc g'ntlemen of tho chorus j ere dancing to the muMc. Some were 1 humming the song. "I got in late." said a youth In San- I Ing make-up. ' and the stage manager cald he'd fine me $2. I Just told him he I could go ahead and fine, but I was tick. Then he said he wouldn't." Miss Jardon, vivacious, cordial. Is ns l stunning back of the stage as she ap l pears to those before It. Miss Jardon wore a golden gown, a creation of shlmmery, "'lining velvet trimmed with fur "Parisian, not"" laughed Miss Jardon j 1 designed It mjself design all my own I gowns "Let's sefl what'll I talk about' Ah, , Jealousy I'm Interested In the effects I of Jealouav. Because I get Jealous of I my husband" No, Indeed, for I don't. ' Why, I'll tell you! JEALOUSY SPOILS GOOD LOOKS. "Jealousy obsesses American women ' Now many wonder why they lose their looks and grow prematurely old It's " Jealousy Jenlou'y preys on the whole nervous system. upets digestion The ( stomach Is affected, the appetite de creases and energy that should be spent In wholesome occupatlor Is wasted on rngo and spite Illness comes from jealouav, too. Jealous fits overheat tht blood and weaken the svitem. A Jealous woman Is susoeptible to colds As for tho com plexion. Jealous destroys good looks and brings lines A jealous woman s oves are hnrd and restless hhe loses all her charm. Nor la a Jealous women a ,m pathetlc figure. All her women friends laugh at her behind her back Indeed. American women are prone to Jealousy, and If they want to b beautiful excuse me, I must go on " Miss Jardon turning went upon the Stage "I told her it wax fierce the wnv ho was putting on fli-sh one of the chorus 1111111111111 IMIIMI Ill lllli,Mlllllt,l,,,,M,, "ft O). fC ucasfisiar' rmmssm l&mKM&amwAyEMm MM M MW I t Utiiiruf Munlunl 3Junaicer st ij;e Ulrctor NEXT WEEK The SOCIETY MELODRAMA WHY llraU Willi IIiKh life tn Ontham WOMEN SIN Vlottt entatlnnal l'la of 1th Kind Frtr ritten It portray the man who trmnti good women ami timpti In viiln pOTpPq I nlng :oi aoc. Frl Id. rv NIXON'S GRAND Broad St and Manifomery Ave FRED G Mns MmLLNC.EB Oen Mffr NHJXT .1.EK SENSATION' OF SEVVTION'S MIRANO BROTHERS Acrobatic Marvels In Atrial ThrllM SIAE DOLLY & EDDIE CAKR CIIAS. MACK & COM PAX)' Guy Uartlett Trio Great Johnson GORDON ELDRID and CO. Preientlne WON BY A. I.EO - Spei UI Muilin Iiugh I'll tures E?nlnVl 7 A 9 3000 SEA fS IQp t"" I.HIII,ltil tllltMl.MIMHM I, MM,, (,(,,(, It, ACAUEMT OF MUSIC Wdnei.la O tober :.Sth 8PM Philadelphia Operatic Society GRAND UPRRA Biret's "CARMEN" (in English) Cborua of ISO Ballet o( 32 Orchtatra ot SO and ipltndld cam WASSILI I.EPS. Conduitor Eaata at IIpi , 111U Chetinut Btrtat Prteea fM. J2.00 II SO. SI 0O Arapbltheatr 50c mi Acudemy nlht of PriOfUBlirD I, MMIM, ,,,',, iiniiimiNuw HOTEL WALTON SPECIAL DANS A NT Halloween Ever., Oct. 30th jLuat'trr 11 itru-ki. maitk: ue oansb Private Zriaaaa M I altst llodtrn Oaeti llbri 2618, OiaaioDd 17, DuukuhI 6778 W SCOTTISH RITE HALL luuljlit mm t - l Ji z l&m Rosika Schwimmer en WOMEN AND YT&TX AJialltaaca col 8:80 r J3gag j r rV' "'" rJfa,'fmJB HiTi'iI'i I, 'II1 il'i I iilliK mmmmmMmmm it ti8mBMii&lik&-r SlS BWi H jkL ' llHP wh has pened ,,er vMiMft -!?- u f&mBRsmBBbi fl JHf'jK llMSsli: season in Atlantic tSk?sS3Kz Sr IfliiiiHiiiKHsiiSiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiSliGiBiiiiiiiiiiiw S tfKr ts iv '.'' "1 J t nV" ' i " t''''li girls muttered concerning -mother In the wings ' I told her she looked ns It she gained a pound .i dav I said ' hj dun t jou get up in the morning and cerie the way Dollv Jardon does"' But she s too lasv that s it ' 'So ou caught It from Mr Erlnnger for wearing that i erktle." gleefully re marked one of tho chorus men to a cotul "You will wear flashy ties, will jou"' "One certainly must dress quiet around here Gee. this Is a hnrd life It's rotten You got to go to rehesrsnls every morn ing at 10 30, and report at 7 30 at night You work and work, and you don't get nny glory at all " One of the chorus soldiers Plghcd pro foundly as he spoko to the -visiting critic. "It was might good of you to snv a nice word about our work In your notlco of tho show I d like to get at a lot of them dramatic critics' It's fierco the way they slnng us We get the rough treat ment all 'round." Jack Henderson and Alice Dovev were singing their duet in the last act. The chorus waited In the wings "Did jou hear tho candal about Chi cago?" The volep of one of the chorus men fell to a whisper "To keep a man's affections a woman must always keep him guessing." Miss Jardon gilded through the wings to sing tho waltz song In the last act. The curtain descended after the finale. One of the chorus boys, standing In the wings at the flnnl descent, danced to tho swing of the music. "f!o out on the stago If jouh want to dance," snarled tho curtain lifter. "Youh fool '" Miss Jardon from the dressing room, ca'led. as the principals and chorus dis pel jed to their room Good r.lght mcsslem Remember to Eav that anv woman who gets Jealous of a tnnn le a idiotic And 6he likely tn cl h 'id IIIIIIMItHHMIMIIItl HIHHMIIMMt, NEXT WEEK AT NINTH VD UAINIT STRKET3 CV PNIN ,S 25e Roc 7Cr and 41 00 Mat T ils Th"r "a 5 60 rT . v? I A ,1-L N .W S! .J .&. .A F fmn iL--SSvJ! J'hllii'leiphU n favorite artress in P ilia Jwiphia. favfirtte play THIS AFTERNOON and TONIGHT "WAY DOWN EAST" Million Dollar Thvtre GLOBE MARKHT STRKET OPPOSITE A.NAMAKKK'H Vani'cxIUe 11 to U dealing Continuous capni.it iJW a MjNin.-nNr mi p at sPKfTArr.B iioyt s A Dream of the Orient" Featuring Mi4ame MaViareniio an4 ITer Deau tirul oriental .lrla Guy Bfcrtlett T'lo P ttir llartirtll : Co, Othvn In' luting A Pig Surprlia Act" Con taining WHKnin stjr Mllllllltinilimiilliti lllllllllilllOllitlllHIIIHHIMIKIIIIItlMIIH VICTORIA THEATRE MARKET It NINTH I - rinun nin vvekk l(r(lltl UIKI.IES Itfi'lrd by AmanJa Gilbert, I rent Law Emma Kraua lulre Perl Nrllla TiCMr Olhnr. AN., V A! ih JLLI2 and JACOIi P ADl.Ult In Phoio piu Mifii vn. stroooft t,ltlM(MIM,lllM)M(M,i,Ml,MlltiMtMlli,lll,IMfll1IM,(IMMMMI HARRTPK Tola i. Kent K Evga . S 18 vjrtiwwvrw matin-EC lOUAV, 2:t8 "5SSSPB , '5. Yellow Ticket Supportwl by an AII-Siar Call Popular i-n-e Wid Matlcre lwt aeata $1 CO lltltlltlllltllllllMIMII.IHIMIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIil.ll,' III, MM,.,,,, Ill, Ml. NIXON'S GRAND T0DAV- 2 ,s 7 A 9 Barney Gtlmore. Beyissur'i Ifappy Family . Tlerney 4 . Wm Bnc It Co . La Sails U Itaymonda La Kelllora Plcturaa t.iMIII,lllllIMIMIM,IMMIIMM.I,IMI'IMIMIMIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIN,H ACADEMY beats at llapp i 1110 Chestnut T.HIF ATlT?TnlITA TOMf.HT AT uiiumuuui ai- sua ORCHESTRA BoloUt. Alma iituik. Soprano Ml MMallMUMttMIt ltHJIMIlMMl 11111. tin LY1 THJ il ijuai time TuNimiT PASSING SHOW OF 1914 ly rAlvVlTi-PvaHTrar a Tw.-. WSS. rs r Nii'g s VJUtfJL IJSwSS.' s M N.S Vi . vSi vvX. NSta. S-EkT i OOJL g ms , TmiMiaaLMiusBrr ' i Acting by the Zodiac Taunlo Ward, who will appear In the leading role of Gobette In "Madam Tresl dent," which opens a week's engagement at the Broad next Monday, Is supersti tious In common with many stngq peoplo Iut Miss Ward's mistical hobby Is unique. For, aciordlnjr to both Miss Ward and her press agent, she stapes her plavs according to tho signs of tho :odtac. "Mls.1 Ward Is a firm believer In the Influence of the zodiac upon human life," said the press ngent, solemnly. "Sho be lieves that the horoscope Is an Infallible Index 'o character, nature, thought nnd action, so far as man and woman, too aro concerned. Strongly entrenched In this belief, sho has carried It Into her stage work Ml.s Wnrd never appears In any character In nny play until she has placed that character under the sign of the zodiac that would seem to govern It illt(IMMI(H,lll,IMt(llt(ltlt,MIMMI,MIIUMIIMIliiiilMI,ltMU Convict Ship SAILS SOON But a short tune remains in vvhirh Plnladclphians may visit the famous old British Prison Ship "SUCCESS" Oldest and Most Historic Craft Afloat UNQUESTIONABLY THE MOST UNIQUE MUSEUM IN THE WORLD Entertaining and Instructive 15,000 People Have Visited Her. Have You? Nflf ft T "Success" sails lime . from here for San Fran cisco, there to be exhibited in connection with the Panama Pacific Exposition. SHE SAILS NEVER TO RETURN You owe yourself and dear ones a study of this, the most talked-of exhibition of the period Moored at the Market St. Wharf Admission, 25c, Including Serv ices of Guide and Lecturer Open Daily,9 A. M. to 10 P. M. Can Be Visited By Night As Well As Day Lighted Throughout by Electricity DIMM IHIIIMHIHIHIIIllllimilltl.lllim.l BROADWAY Advanced Broad and Vaudeville Snyder Ave. mm mmm ..- II 1 I I WALTER S. MILTON & CO. In ' Pon t VV alk In Your bleep" 15 Mlnutea ot SollJ lJUjhter DEVINE & WILLIAMS 'itr Salesman and the Olrl" THE GREAT DON CARLOS CO. World's Oreatcat Illulonlt COOPER & RICARDO Eccentrlc Comadlana Tour .melodious chaps A Someahat Different Quartet THE DORMITORY GIRLS Mualcal Satire Company of 10 1'retty Glrta Epecla Scenery TIIBEB SHOWS DAILY 2 15 T Man All Saata 10r Evu 10. tO. -a SOc MH,ttlal"HK'l EMPIRE lllMIalillillll(lllllllllllllllllf, MATINEB TODAT BILLT WATSON 1 BIO BUOW Lucille Cavanaugh of "The Whirl of the World," whose hobby is raising dogs. Of course, It Is her preference that the chnracter should como under her own aodlacnl slen. but If this Is not tho case sho herself erects a chart of the chorncter ho na to brlnpr out Its ruling principles, temperament, emotions and Impulses. By this means she believes she Is enabled, truthfully nnd conUncltiElJ', to portray thr character " "What Mr. Stern says Is quite true," supplemented Miss "Ward. "I'm quite do oted to tho zodiac, "Let ua Bny, hypothetlcnlly, that tho 7odlno Is nn open and unerring character book. What, then, Is simpler or more ad ;intneoti3 than to build character from the precedents and teachings of tho zodiac? It Is tho Intent nnd purpose of MMntM,,,l,MIHIMIIIIIMMM,l,MIIMMMN)ll,tMIM llnmlllllllllllNIIM M, , lor IlenrlltH nt I.jrlc & Adelphl Thftttrra, 42S r?W " l5T7::, BcRinninp; Mondny Night J jVv li UN1M-SSJ neat Seats SH.50 OpgL Lr i0t uric 7-w-Ai4i 1'up.Mnt. Trl. YZfCSTiTi iffii rEv Ty'y'f - ,,lKt ScnN Sl (M(r$ latr tM.fTM.Vt7 ". X -r il-i' 'C'L'Iilv.VIUi0 V ' OmniNAT, WINTKR OAUDHN I'ltOni'CTION AND COMI'AN OF 1SJ TTIllio and EuErne llouartl, Mile. Chaplne, Ellzateth (ioodall, Jullecta I.lppe, I.nclllo Cuvanaugh, Jloon and Morrla, W ard llroi , Hurrell Jlarbarettn, Clarenca Harvey, John T Murray, I.anli r Codj ycllf I'urker nml o ooitOKot'si v (.muKii iNri:it OAitur.v omi.s C17T? T'IE HINWA'J Hl'llMN'tl STKAMSHII'- AMBBIt CLLH MAXIXn RES- t. 1. TAVRVST Rl K Dn TNf.n WIHKI.B&8 HOOJI AHMIIAN MGHTb KJA-i-M-d UAIA. CENTl RV OI'CllA IIOLSE S 8 VATnitl.AM) I.l.AVIVO DOCK 12 MAOMIICKNT fiCKNKS 80 MIMC l MMHIIItl 1115 rilKllE llOMIti NK.HT- SOMKT1II.no IIOIMi! ADELPHI II. II. FllZi:r, rrearnta THE I.Al.IIIN. HIT Or THK f UNTUHV hCOItKS TiiiLMi'ii ' 'Pair ot Slits' Is u arream " n'lll.10 LEDOEn ' 'Pair ot Blxes" la a wlnnini hand " INyUIRER " 'A Fair of Sliea' real farca at Adel phl " NOKTII AMERICAN 'A Pair of Blxea" capitally acted " 1'RESq V "And not the lean pleamnt thing to record li lta utter cleanliness and wholeiome- neis ' BULLETIN CHEAT CAST ITH RUTH IIEIIZ, IIAI.E HAMILTON. TltlTiS WIIIIAMH, Ml It II H TANMIIILL. M 11 III: 1111 ItM' rilAltl-III MUSON AVI) OfllKHH IIMtllIIIIMlIIIIMIlnllntNIIIIUlIMIIHinillMIMMIIMIIII(lltMIHtl(IIMIMMIIIIIMMHIIIIItlMMUMnlMIIIM CHESTNUT STREET OPERA HOUSE "Home of World's Greatest Photo-Plays" TSvice Daily, 2:30 & 8:30. Prices 10c, 15c & 25c. All Seats Reserved Liiijl VVil'Ii'i- HtTlllim BVrMMI HIT 1 t V Ma 121 rra i J ' '"pi M ( nrn V J, v ACCOMPANIED BY OUCHESTHA O T 1 1 TT Sap Irnlonn 5 HPtnPS LJlC ULltlllU O Htl Uti) BEQINNIN'O MONDAY. NOV FOR ONE WEEK ONLTf coming 'usrspssr "THE SPOILERS" LyrivV O -'? fWkviWlr Fannie Ward and John W. nl ,iK,Wt Dean in "Madam President," h. viailli.'' Broad. the actor to portray character as true to llfo nnd ns naturally as possible Tho surceon's scalpel docs not lay bare human Mesh more effectively than the horoscopo levcnls the Inner character. It supplies the material from which tho actor of Intelligence nnd porsorvcranco may build tho structure of success." Walnut "A Fool There Was," Porter Emerson Broun's play, founded on Itudyard Kip ling's poem, "The Vampire," tvlll be rc lcd at tho Walnut next 'Keek, with IjUgcnlo Blair, for jears associated with melodrama, In the leading role. "Pl'lT " lcc or I'Ikihc Nnlnut 070fl-U7-(J8 MATINEE TODAY 2.20 TONIGHT AT 8.20 nit: titincs hv The laughter hearty and continuous " RECORD 'Won from rise of curtain " TELEGRAPH Ought to euro tho iorst caae of Brouch." BULLETIN Waa a triumph." EVE I.IIDOKH VMII make a full house at the Adel phl NO ItTII AMEIUCN NIIMIIIHIIM T4'' AM) TllU K.MEKALD QUARTET IIUUERT EMMIT MICHAEL DWVEK AND oanifl otonvei.l ns their falRlG'JLE I OR LIBERTY i I iD "THE LITTLEST REBEL" Americans Too Serious in Love? "Some people, say fllrtlnff Is reprehensi ble, that women who flirt are to he re proved and all that. Ahl It all dependB on how women do It. In France wo women know how It Is an art with ui. You American women must learn that." Thus vivaciously declared Mile. Cha plne, the Parisian prima, donna of "Tho Whirl of the World," which will open at tho I.yric Monday night. Mile. Chaplne Is a. brunette of tho most bewitching typo potlto, dainty, with dark, roving eyes nnd soft Jet hair. "In America you do everything too seri ously," she continued. "But In France, or In any I.atln country, It Is different. That Is tho troublo with you Americans. You nre not good enough to yourselves. You take llfo too seriously. You mako loo gravely, soberly mon Dlou, almost sadly I In matters of the heart you do not know how to play without hurting yourselves You are too much In earnest to bo lightly artistic. "For example, when the American wo man flirts sho winks obviously or smiles broadly perhaps even grins. But tho French woman or her Spanish sister doc-j It with finesse a glaneo, Just a bit more lingering than casual, the flash of an eye bohlnd a curl, the faintest ripple of a smile beforo It Is In full bloom ah, that Is the art of flirting!" (tIMtKHMIW HMttM,nft,llltl,IIIMIMIMl,,,,,IIIMMIIIM,MI,l,MI,,IM,HMMMIMIMIIl,IM,IH,l,,,IM,M,MM, WEEK IIEOINMNn SSHOWS DAILY hATS-AT5LP.h- 2 AND 30 D-PKE CHESmUT AND H JHEMAMWHO UOCS RESETS THE tAM WHO Weber s rVPh IM ?- HEArV5T-SEHG it"! J9IT &ri&. IT U iffiii T .r- pnaTaT' IV Bl'as.fa, eTtl If j TV FFZ&z4tllilfllfl. ajv ly m jhr CLAIRE ROCHESTER tu r . THE. PHtNOHENAU SOPRANO-BARITONE ptx-TS59Sh.:QtKa fltv& ftytu in advphc&. -t- Keystone fkwtfo -r "SJTOJ'H TO NE1V YORK HIIOII.D NOT 1'AII, -lO IhlT B. F. KEITH'S PALACE THEATRE iKvAYD tVONDKItFUL MIOWH IN THE MOST HEAtTII'l I, IJOIHK IN THE Oltl.R tltlMltlMMI HtmilllllHMMIIIIIIIUMIIIIMMIIIMIIHHl THE J. FRED ZIMMERMAN, Germantown and Chelten Avenues iwmmwiMmm GERMANTOWN'S POPULAR PLAYHOUSE For the "Week IU'RinniiiK Monday, October 2G ...-wmjfc. KlKMNCh SiIS . MAIINKM 3ilB. Tuew M or n? IV I L CI V UCTl 5 llEN:KlTa CAN BE ARllANUEU'm'xf'Tl.TlNa T"lHE MANAGEMENT ' tSWi i3u An cvml fJri r A always ZijW SMl d 1$ C2 Tl "YT1 M !'7 f WEEK IN I"- I U g4WfaMMk UU ADVANCE FOR THE WEEK BEGINNING MONDAY, OCTOBER 26 ....,,, w nart.vir.H 'euMit TSUVllJ'JUUJ A PLAY AGLOW WITH EVENINGS 8:15 IJAiW'O j VVEEiTTjF koveuneii 15c, 25c, 35c and SOc FRECKLES L BENEFITS SOLICITED tltMNiniNIIIMIIinilllliMIIHtl(4niUMllll,i( ilflim BROAD Last Mat. and Night MRS. FISKE la. LAUV BBTiY " . , i. MARTINGALE Nt Week Ono Weeh Only. Sou rjw FANNIE WARD F1' Rmin, MADAM PRESIDENT TrmQrBBB sanssrwa? rOUiV- THB qvpsy KAiua MATINEB TODAT, XOo ANP) SO Ugliness a Stage Asset Most actresses claim beauty as one or the greatest elements to stage succmi Miss Maudo Kburne, who plays the pan or Coddles, an nngllsh maid of mi wark In Edward Pcplo'a farce. "A n.i. .1 Sixes," which begins Its second week at the Adelphl Monday, has found the od, poslto to bo true. Of alt the characters In the par Coddles has mado tho greatest hit, and It must be admitted that the "slavey" , about na doleful a looking female g. one could find. Good looks and mnrti.t. clothes bother Miss Eburno very lltt?. 2 the stage. AnV u old wrapper, a "$$. ?5 make-up nnd the peculiar twist xihhl she gives to her hair, suffice. M ,, Eburno has suddenly nchlcvcd a place pno of tho grentest character actress! a'lterTon'reffor?: BUCCeSS hM C0 5 "Working hard for 13 years, struggle. nlong with various stock companies all over tho country ot a meagre salary , not calculated to glvo a character actoJ a very cheerful outlook on life, ami stago work In particular," declared vi.. Eburno. "Now, I believe I have und r gone nil the hardships of tho stock It tress. For years I tried to get a part In a play that would take me Into Now York. In valnt That was my one am. b Ion, Just ns it Is that of thousands" others. The chance finally came. how. ever, when I was oltcrcd tho character role In a play which was then called Th. Party of tho Second Part ' This comS was to bo tried out by a Rochester stock company, and if it went well In Bochestir it was promised a Now York production I was onlv too glad to take the part with this i promise i in sight, but I had resolved that I was through with the stago forever and would seek some other lino of work to make a living If this play was not produced In New York, or if It turned out to ds a. inuure. "The Party of tho Second Part" w. . success in Itochcstor. There II h Frazee, the New York producer, ' wis nesscd n performance of the pleco and agreed to produce tho play In New York Miss Eburne continued to play the part of the "slavey." When "The Party of tho Second Part" got to New York it went thero under Its new name, "A Pair of Sixes." From tho start it was a suc cess, nnd the morning after Its premlero there Maude Eburno nwoko to tho fart that sho had "como Into her own." "Yes," added tho nctrcBs, "I've found ugliness a greater asset than beauty. However, I don't mind. Think of tho nov elty? There aro so many beautiful women beforo the footlights, you know, and ona doesn't laugh at beauty." H.lllllllllimHIMtllltllHiMIHHIIHMHIHMIIIH MHHIMIMtHl LITTLE THEATRE 17TII AND DE LANCEY STREETS "Arms and the Man" WAR AND SHAW A WINNING COMI1INATI0N EVERY EVENING AT 8:30 Mntlnce Thursday nnd Saturday, 2 30 lliggest Success of the Season Coming Nov. 2 "The Rivals" MONIIAV, OCT. 20 NIGMS TWELFTH STS- VAYnt REMenBERE.D capitola - nnrviN- o N&WWAb. PICTURES q! MMIIII HMIIMIMIIMMMM MMIeMIIMMI t Mean" Sr., THEATRES erSiJiSS I'laya for tho Whole ramlly Jit'jiAin iittiei Aluaical I'omeuy THS 5r3Sl jOfl dSnn. yypi THE SHOW' YOU'VE UEEN WAITING FOR 40 PEOPLE 15 SONG HITS . Iliura ISf, 3c. 33c, 60o 75o hat nc A; iSo TiiK nitiniNAT pnnnnrr nx U-LV9UW"11 i !- i u. null. I w K -rJ"Z- ' T-a. ' v '""w v" THE SUNSHINE OF LIFE E5 1 . 2 ESJ 3 Mats. 2:15; Tues.Thur, and Sat.. 15c and zac Belt Phono -Diamond 863 I.IIIIMIIMMItlllllilUIMMltMlltttMMtOIIIIIMMItX""11" FORREST Weeka Only. Evenlna, 8-U MATINEE TOUA1 2-1 A RFAL Ml&KAL JOY KLAW AM) LULANUER lle-ent PAPA'S DARLING A New Uuelcal Comedy by IVAN CARTW , Book ty HARRY 11. SMITH M Popular prlco Wed Matinee Beat 'J" ,fiS DUMONTS DIMONT8 "!" 1