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John Cottons
I Celebrated
| English Smoking
Mixtures
Quality
Reputation
Fresh shipments now
arriving fortnightly
in case or difficulty
in securing supplies
kindly advise us.
AgentsJor the U.S.
Grosvenor Nicholas &. Co
(imCOMO^ATCO )
60 B road St., N e w Yo r k
4
1 56,250,000
POUNDS
The Total Surplus
BRASS
CARTRIDGE
CASES
Analysis:
70% Copper, 30% Zinc
(Xot warranted?read conditions ;
salo.)
Size Length Amouj;t(lhs.)Loca'i
2.24" 12.00" 520 Chlcan
37 m-m 3.64" 360.280 Phlla'a
76 m-m 13.82" 5,711 Chlcagi
" " 44,044 C'lnrlu'
6,130.361 N.Vort
23,743,028 Phlla'a
2,117,705 Koch'r
04,625 Toledo
3.00' 10.8" 1,601.046 Halt'nK
" " 07,804 f'hlcagc
2.7C1.512 N. Vorl
16.516,000 Phlla'a
700,823 Koch'r
3.8" 7.34" 28,031 N. Yorl
225.000 Phlla'a
4.7"Gun 16.6" 680,066 Phlla'a
4.7"lIow. 6.66" 801,281 Balfmi
6." 0.93" 490.509 Phlla'a
This material may he Inspected
at points of iloraiir. Apply:
Baltimore, Mil.: Itlchninial Murkei
Armory. Howard and Kiddle Sts.
Chicago, 111.: 74th and Ashland Ave
Cincinnati. Ohio: Wulsh Rids.,
* Third and Vine Sts.
New York: 1107 Broadway.
Philadelphia. Pa.: 1710 Market St.
Rochester, \. V.: 1048 I'nlrerslty
Ave.
Toledo. Ohio: Toledo Storage Depot.
CONDITIONS GOVERNING
THIS SALE
; Ko bids will be considered for less
than entire lot. Sold "ils is" f. o. h.
present location. Condition or analysis
not warranted. Successful bidder, oil
notification of award, must deposit
cash or certified checlr for 10% of total
amount. U. S. Government Ronds
accepted at face value. All material
must be paid for as removed either by
sight draft with hill of lading or cast:
: against shipping papers. Approved
' hankers acceptances" 30 cr 60 daj't
accepted.
Purchaser must remove and pay for
not less than 3.000,000 pounds a
month, all tc be removed and paid for
within one year
Purchaser to accept cert ified weights
submitted by U. S. repr??entatlve at
loading
Weights given above are estimates,
do guarantee a? to amounts stated.
Government reserves right to reject
any >r all >lds or any part thoreof.
Bids considered for either
fa) Outright purchase at a stated
prtro
b> Purchase at percentage of market
price to be adjusted monthly.
No propositions other than outlined
above should be submitted at this
time, except those under (a) bids will
be considered for outright purchase,
payments as removed or total price in
advance.
I Bids will be received up to
12 o'Clock Noon,
* i ntt r i n\r f* ? aa?
JAI^IUAR I 3, l?^l
Eastern StaDdard Tim v
!j Submit all bids to
CHAIRMAN
Ordnance Salvage Board
War Trade Bldg.,
Washington. D. C.
s
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readers ot
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even some who had read
LAD
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(Sa'.oo each) they can he had fro
E. P. Dutton k Co., 681 5th At., N. "V.
o564 kilos ironpacked; guarant
first class fine brewing-hop. is
sale at kr. 8 per kilo at Copenhag
r SFVFRIN
Onslcv Bryghus, Kalster,
Denmark
FOR CHRIS! MAS GIVE
LEE WILSON DODO'S
Book of Susan
2.00. If not on *ale In your book *tu
ran bo hart from
E. P. DUTTON & CO.. fid I ifS A?., N.
The
Kerisico
Cemetery
AmericaJr Burial Par
I'SWANN AOCUSH) 111
I OF PERSECUTION If.
L ttonal
! IN CHILDS'S CASE
1 receive
________ I for m<
I and
Declared to Have Ignored; ,
Election Law Violations jSSJ'j
by Ilylan Supporte l'S. i iniHtul
by Mr
; Uolde;
CHARGES PUT IN BRIEFS ??
namec
I paid. I
Indictment Against Fusioni
==!l Committee's Chairman co ue
T*" Called Partisan Move. |iS
; a. jo
J | ney. ^
I PLEAS FOR DISMISSAL '"on.
I WE,
Ms, 1 T T-N f J A
unuifl .iury iivtiwoce .vunchcui
as Having Manv Glaring
. * 192(
\\ eakncsses.
;
1 Dei
District Attorney Edward Swann ^ j '
| was accused yesterday of having ut- sr"
terly ignored violations of the elections 1 r'
laws by supporters of Mayor Hylan in
the campaign of 191T, and of having
been guilty of partisanship in the pro- j a ''
I'urement of the indictment of William ''
Hamlin Childs, chairman of the execu- figure
, tive committee of the Mjtchcl fusion ' LTp
'* campaign committee. tVu'1'
i The accusations were mode in briefs ^ense
' filed with Supreme Court Justice Bar- Decer
j tow S. Weeks by Charles E. Rush- : with
c more. John B. Stanchfleld and Isidore
J. Kresel, attorneys for Mr. Childs, \ c4mb<
upon an argument to have the in- j A i
> dictment thrown out of court. j l'cens
c Numerous instances of what the at- I al,out
recorc
tomeys assert were "direct and unmistakable
violations of the law" in reports younj
j of expenditures filed by treasurers of a
various committees that were active in yjce
I the, support, ot jonn r. nyuui chuui- i men.
t dacy were incorporated in the papers '
filed with the Justice, together with the URC
. assertion that at the time he caused the _.
indictment of Mr. Childs, Mr. Swann had i
all of the reports complained of in hi? :
possession, but apparently interested j
himself solely in prosecuting the head j
' of the Fusion committee. i
Obiainrd All of Reports. Luagi
Estlm
The New York Herald, through in- Clean
i tjuiry at the Capitol in Albany, has as- work
i jcertalned that Mr. Swnnn procured alii waste
j of these reports of campaign expend!- { noss 1
I tures shortly after the 1917 election day b
| : througli a subprena duces tecum which j that i
I {contained the statement that they were,: until I
I i wanted as evidence in an inquiry en- j Fori
' ! titled "The People Against John Doe," | made
; and that lie held them for approximately Septet
i six months, after which he returned Actlni
them without having taken any action J Clean!
agaln'st any of the Democratic campaign '< b' upi
| treasurers. ] Esolin
The briefs also show that items simi- of
| lar in nature to the one for which Mr. fo
I Childs was indicted appear not only \ -*1
1 | throughout reports of the Hylan cam- w
i paign committees but are also numerous > ***
i in reports of expenditures in behalf of '"Ks
the Democratic Presidential candidate ,h0 w
this year. nnd Jl
! They point out that the offence with '
which Mr. Childs is charged relates mere- j
ly to the filing by tlie treasurer of the , _A_
Fusion organization's publicity commit- i FOB
i tee of a statement similar in nature to
i thousands of others in other treasurers' | M . j
reports, while many of the reports of
I Democratic expenditures which are cited
I are what counsel characterizes as flag- ! Will
rant violations. ! N. jl
After citing a number of them the at- Train!
torneys for Mr. Childs state: "The In- I Eight!
stances of palpable violations of the law street,
j set forth arc by no means all that are j Judge
contained In the reports of the H.vlau I States
! campaign of 1917. These reports were I and oi
i all In the possession of the District At- j at Atl
| torney at the time of the investigations j forged
or tne (?ranu jury wnicn inatctea trie ue- ciues.
! fer.dant Chllds, but were utterly Ignored j dictnu
! by him. The partisan character of this j clemci
1 prosecution would seem to need no1 Accc
further demonstration." i while
Ing B
Evidence Attacked. ; (iters'
j The briefs and the arguments of coun- 1 I2.X0C'.
I sel before the court pointed to many diers
i glaring weaknesses in the Indictment of rltim.
| Mr. Chflds and urged the dlsm'ssal of j *
the charges on various grounds. One j Ml
was that the evidence be for.- tho Or in 1
Jury would not warrant a finding that Too 1
the defendant was guilty of any deception
or concealment or that Lewis L.
Clark, who filed the report on which the The
Indictment is based, was deceived by Mr. fined
Chllds. Munlc
While the District Attorney has con- Court
te.nded that Mr. Clark was "largely a Are ir
| figurehead" the attorneys pointed out Broad
zzz j that Mr. Clark wna and Is president of amoni
___ j the American Exchange National Bank charge
I and a man of responsibility. Mr. Chiles. It viol
. j they claimed, could not be Justly held to I Ave r?
a> account for an item in a statement made 1 llshnv
| by Mr. Clark, who filed the' report as \ renu c
I treasurer of the publicity committee. The
They also contended that the state- | "Polly
1 inent In Mr. ClarkV, report to the effect ! Follov
; that $11,Son had been paid to Mr. Chtl-V James
; for "rental of halls, salaries and ex- I shal <
i penses of speakers, auto hire. Sc., for va- ; summ
, rious meetings," was in compliance wirli m___
! the law. and that it was not necessary ~ ""
{ to specify the speakers to whom Mr. BHN
{Chllds paid the money. To support tills
111 , contention the attorneys cited in their
1 briefs numerous other Instances where ^B
reports by treasurers in both big parties SoX
included sums paid to various ind,vid- : ^B
uals for payment to speakers and others j ^B
?re without giving the names of those who : ^B
1 ultimately received the money. mm
ectl j The whole charge against Mr. Chllds ' in
r ._ ' hinges upon the fact that $5,000 of the HQ
j money referred to In this Item In Mr. | ^B
-en | Clark's ret?ort was paid Ify him to Will- 1 -M?
!.?!!? I. SuU<- in'1 $6,i'irt for wrvlf<>< IM
; rendered by Mlsha Appelbaum's //?- ' |^H
j nmnffriHow Mngazttie, and In their argil- |H
I' ni'-ntf for dismissal the attorneya contended
That It *a a not necessary ;o HE
speelfV th?a? facta In the treasurer's re- ; *
port ; that Mr. Child* wax not respon- ^H
m, ||M( for their OIWl?Ion, and that thsrs BR
was no attempt ? .t: raiment or Je- |H|
j ccptlon on hi* part. j$y|
rompartaon Drann. I
. *r* of Fhlllp F. Donahue. Hj
tr asurer of the Democrat! ! County Com- I^W
mltte* r the CUT Mayoralty campaign,
the t>olnt out such Item* .is
"l/con WttlMtOtk, |l,M0?meetings. muand
the :iv re nutation "Sale M|
Y rlM, llOt) T*t mat iiaii." which, th y km
__ (the per Inpj
? sepa who ultimately received the money.
nThej contend that if Mr. Child* were H
to he Indlcte j f...r an Item In the treas- Ejjj
urer'M r< i>ort whh h failed to ill
j name of the ultimate recipient of money
! paid to him then other campaign manIagera
and treasurers should rcvelve slml- ; |pJ
lar treatment. ffigi
I To show further the character of state
J nonfa of expeniSture-. submitted by other
JflT organisation* the attorneys quote from a H^'i
J report of Maonle a. Chapelie aa treasurer Hi
THE NEW
Non-Partisan party for New York frv.en
in 1917, .which contains the fol- cSSi
; items under date of October 21 : ff[
d K. Smith, campaign, &c., $2.30o ; 1!
H. Knott, campaign, |300; y
L. Lyons, campaign. Sec., %200g
show that the report of W. W. |H
, treasurer of the Democratic Na- jul
Committee of this city, contains k*I
ous items which fall to give a full i ?9t|
unplete account of expenditures. J. ; Ft.i
itrlll, for instances, appears to have E;
sd large sums which are accounted
irely as "J. C. Cantrill, org. labor," \ Bj|
J. U. cantrui, advertising. These ; gpu
range from $500 to $10,000, and jlM.j
obviously for disbursement among li^l
Inula whose names are omitted j tgj
:he report. J%b
Item referred to by counsel as "un- |U*Lll
cable violation," which was ignored mm
. Swann, Is the report of Bernard n,
treasurer of the'Second Assembly
ct Democratic committee for Man- /lUr
t, which gives neither the dates nor ry
i of persons to whom an.ounts were ! LI]
out merely states that they were dis- r.
1 for printing, njusic, badges, work- ' !
,-ateliers and so forth. ] L |
greater part of the court day was I
med with Mr. Rushmore's argu- |l
The matter will be resumed at L |
o'clock this morning, when Robert I I
hnstonc. Assistant District Attor- I
gill speak on behalf of the prosceu- Li
DDINGS INCREASE E1
WITH LIVING COSTS V
1 Promises to Break All LI
Records in City. Ll
cpite the scarcity of living quarters, j Rj
rents, the soaring prices of furni- 1"
and the general expensive "ss of '
thing required by newly married i LI
us, it seemed likely yesterday that L|
-evious records for the numbei of r?
age licenses it-sued . New York P.
would he shattered when the dual1 '
is for 1920 are in. L|
to 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon; r.
> marriage licenses had been issued '
far this year by the Marriafge Li- | jj|
Bureau in the Municipal Building, j
nber is usually an unpopular month IT
brides, but there has been an un- . kl
rush of applicants recently arid , P,
licenses have been issued since Dc- '
rradual increase In the number of f|
es applied for lias been noted here- '
s for the last five or six years. The 1 Ll
1 was made In 1917, when licenses, PL
Dd 41,968. The large number of '
; men who married before enter.its L|
rmy and those who were wedded f.
rdly in an endeavor to escape sor- '
were responsible for the inert sc L|
iES CITY REMOVAL J?
r DOWNTOWN WASTE J
ring Set for January 14 on |l
League Petition. 11
resentatlves of the Downtown L|
le will appear before the Board of P
ate January 14 to urge the Street
lng Department take over the T|
of collection and removal of trade fljk
and ashes from downtown bust-'
louses. A statement Issued yester- ___
y the league said it was expected i
contractors would fight the plan I
t had been more fully explained. |
lial application for the change was 1
by the league to the board last
Tiber and Frank A. Kschniann, I
t Commissioner of the Street
Ing Department, reported adverseon
the proposition. Commissioner 1
nann explained that the collection i
ste and garbage had been confined j
elling houses since 1916 and that A
jpelhite Division had ruled that the
as not responsible for the removal Pf
ies and waste from business build- a
He estimated that equipment for 3
ork would cost the city 11.152,000 B
lat the annual charges for malnte- a
and operation would amount to a
>90. a
iged army pay checks. | %
Moulton Gets Venr in At- ! ^
Inntn nnd 1M Fine.
lam J. Moulton of Wee t wood.
, on employee of the Vocational
ing Board, with headquarters In
h avenue. near Thirty-fourth
. was sentenced yesterday by
Augustus N. Hand in the United
i District Court to serte one year
ne day in the Federal penitentiary ;
ianta and fined him $1 for having
1 and passed soldiers' pay certifiMoulton
pleaded guilty to the insnt
and his counsel asked for
icy.
irdlng to the Indictment, Moulton.
employed by the Vocational Trainoard,
got possession of five solpay
checks aggregating about
They were the pay of five sol- A
who were confined In a sanita:tro
is fined for fire, i
liaay nerla on Premise* llrnw
giir.o Penalty.
Metro Picture Corporation was
$250 by Magistrate Harris In the ,
ipal Term of the City Magistrates' I
yesterday as an aftermath of the i
i the company's premises in 1476'
way December 1. when damage,
itlng to $5,000 resulted. The
e against the corporation was t.iat
ated the law by having more than
tela of motion pictures In Its estabnt
without a permit from the Bu>f
Combustibles.
Are broke out while the film
with a Past" was being projected.
ring a ninvcst'.Katlon by Inspector
Callahan an>l Aralstant Flro Mar'as?<ldy,
the picture company was
oned to court.
'ff T \ *n iJhLili
i
YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, DECEMBER
DREICERiC0 J
PearU TPreeiciu cJtoiuv
and c JeweU i
FIFTH AYENTKat FQfUVSlXfH ^ ^ ^ J
graT^ra^ampBrtcrs Since
St (?0.
1 AND 3 WEST 37TH ST.
ONE DOOR PROM FIFTH AVENUE
j. I Jry^rrr~f7TjM^ i1 i 1
I'M J ' ! IP
COLONIAL MAHOGANY BEDS
There is an indefinable charm about
these quaint Beds in Solid Mahogany
Distinctive and Exclusive Models.
RRn coyfriny:
VVOOI. BLANKET^?Winter weight. Specially
priced.
SI/iE. PER PAIR.
Single bed 60 x 90 in $9.75 to $15.00
Double bed 80 x 90 in $12.00 to $18.50
COMFORTABLES in Cotton. Wool
and Down in large and varied assortments?CONSISTENTLY
PRICED.
BEDDING ACCESSORIES
are of the high standard McGibbon quality?
made in clean workrooms, thus insuring Sanitary
and Dependable Springs, Mattresses and Pillows
nTORK OPEN ft A. M. TO S.SO P. M.
f^~&T FEMtwHESmokers^!^.
T^iceties %
Jade Ash Receivers, 18th Century Enamels
on Copper, Lacquer Cups, Silver Mounted ,
and Lined, Ming Bisque Plates, Cigarette j
Boxes of* Tooled Leather or Old Brocade, M
k js Inlaid with Jade Carvings. *
^Ebtuarb^.^armenMc^l
%, 1<^C?tNESC OBJECTS OF AUTa //
LAMPS AND SHADES
56
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looking for a position where you may
show your ability and use your initiative?
Then be sure that your advertisement
appears in The Herald on
Sunday, December 26th.
ouuauon wanteu auvci ukiuuiu a^aiu^
in that issue will be reproduced in Bulletin
form and sent out to a large list of Employment
Managers, including a selected
list of persons who would be in a position
to hire domestics.
HERALD ADS. ACCEPTED
AT ANY OF THE FOLLOWING OFFICES
Main Office, 280 Broadway
Bronx, 518 Willia A*e., al 148th Herald Sq., B'way & 3Sfh.
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Or leave your ad. with any of our 600
agents throughout the city.
THE NEW YORK HERALD
AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS.
L DITAI Broadwa
At 51 st s
nVirM'j Largert <{ Mont Beautiful Theater
f. 1) ARD ROW US, if imaging Director
SBLJV^Sni^^E1 SFXONO SENSATIONAL WEEK
T^rVpOLA NEGRI
THB FAMOUf COM TI MB NT At. STAO
in THP 9CO CM'J MtCHTISST EPIC
?E?A(S|A||
Frenrh $9 I Wn
"i,IJ'"U ^ A FIRST NATIONAL ATTRACTION
world rinif ^
to know at Continuous Daily, 14:30 to 11:00 I' M
MADAME DC BARRY Matinees30e-30r. Nights ?5c-Sjr
Evening Prices Prevail Saturday, Sunday and Holidays.
DE LUXE PERFORMANCES, 4.00. 4.00, 7:30, 0:30 P. M
PRESEHTATION BY S. L- ROTHArEl
fci i I 11 ' I ~~~~~
: 21, 1920.
rJJ AMUSEMENTS. A
11 AMERICA'S FORK MOST THEATRES A.'
WINTER GARDEN vvEV)ijk( 29 BOOTH <1
I The PASSING SHOW of 1921 wiluam
j rcentury thkatkk ikv.-. s m,i- twiivk th
a ULnlun' ii2,uci'\VlM h r\ ->
Pop. Mat. To-M'w ,A<J, 50c. to $2 b r!;'PecD 2'
m( F. Ray Coimitock & Morris 0^' ' *
: mecca j??&3
LAST FIVE WEEKS ______
Musical KxtravMratiza of the Orient p-rj a vrr v
COMPANV OF 400?11 BKi WKNT.S. rkazel ^
ET ^yntury Promenade ahovo Century Tlwi. MISS A U
? tfmturt midnight bfcvut * ?*
^ Opw? at 10:80hirDining a l> RFPT IRI IT
i central Theafre. IFves. 8'30.Matins ..." . , '*
? ? IYu-47th*iryJTo-nfw A Hat. 3 :$< Daddv Dll
F. Kay Oonistock A Morris tinst lYescnt ?uuv I^U.
nrivcia'* 1niheS^i;^8how ELTINGE
dtllsla "afgap." infi ti
_jfas taknn NVw York hy storm." Trl*oram. ^
I APOLLO W?*H3 St K\rs. 8:20. , J
% " Mats. lo-m'w Jk hat. 2;20. : "
1 FRANCES . a ninsitonuxiy kl Jl inroT
\ WHITE ,n " JIMMIE " , 3,KRT
with BEN WEI.ni and Htar Cast. , POPULAR
i: 1 selwyn Stf&ArtSSSSo. i (d&r?,1
\ frank tinney <"b(, j &1
\ Comedy "tickle me" *' fq
1 TIMFS ^T) Thoa .W. 42 Ht.Kvs. 8:30. casino,!,',
I| 1 ? imc-J OV-M?ts Th-irs. k Hat. 2::?0. ZIMB.VI.1SI
I _Hi>ocial Matinees Friday. 31.
!; \ree MnSir eec
i J lYiaxiue tlli
'! tonight montj
!l mdd0(
T| Second celebration of the [IIURwi
I* 200th performance of D. W. d5tfcStV?/,BE
| Griffith's masterpiece,
5 "WAY DOWN EAST ", | MATlXlCBg
I at the 44th Street Theatre.
la I Practically the entire LYRIC -M
| ! cast will attend IN PER- CPvrv^r-'
,' j SON as Mr. Griffith's ^t f ^ || ,
guests, and will meet their S J ? I '
11 ! friends at an informal re- f ki. 1 g
I ception after the final cur ,
rA In a l-antcstlo"
? tain. M'wii'ni p|?yI
Among the prominent iyr< &
u players who will be present
j J are Lillian Gish, Burr Mcln
j* tosh, Vivia Ogden, Creigh- fYC Yw
^ ton Hale, Kate firucc, B/OG,
I George Neville, Porter
Strong and ethers.
"WAY DOWN EAST" 1$ E
is shown at the 44th St. fl
Theatre every afternoon nu. im
and evening at 2:15 and PwEffW
8:15. All seats are re- B5P* R
served. WR*
| Mfll
LONGACRF W 4Hth st Kvrs S:20. Ww II
LA-'IVVj/tt-rtC. MhK. Wert. A Sat. 2 W
M) ; ?GOIN<
DiXIEw ERNEST BAD M
~ATTElf.TR.UEX ONE B
I YRir?M? , Want of B'wa] Twice Dally
Matlnem 2:30. Evenings S :)0. (-*
THT OVER THE HILL
By Will Caret ton. Directed by Harry MUlardc
NEW YORK'S READING THEATRES
I r MDim: Tur kTBE B wax ft 11 i"- NEW
E-ivir irvc, 11 u^/A i i\i . 40th .st SEAX SA1
t TO MORROW NIGHT AT 8:15
A f'll ARKKS FROHMAN If.wr-iits
I RUTH CHATTERTON
\ in J. M. BARRIK'S New PUy
I MARY ROSE HATit
| ITU.ST MATINEE SATURDAY. J 50* t<
BELASCO Jith'st. Thurs. Eve. 8:15 7|F?FF
DAVID BELASCO Prewnts fclli^l fc
Lionel Atwill "DEBURAIJ" I
By Siwhri t.uiirj. mlptd hyOnurrflte Barker. I Mm||
I vn'l \l Th. \% l-.th s I I It k
LH.-t.UlVl yf.tv. Ttur? A Sat. 2 20. y^L]J
1K4CLA1RE pre
I WWl r8
INTHMWORLD A^'
. Mr COHAN jn the title rote- J A CA'
? 1 t ?F DI5T.'l
YHE TAVERN S'5
MfATIlT MVJTIPV y
w|r mm
rVJ L\st ,C(
t/a/vr IT A cKO ) |
1 Cohan Tl
Q1EI3HCEECH13 m * n> i
Ith OKORGK SIDNEY. i?l ro-M'H
nan cast 2 weeks Drama hy II A
II A K ? '"> HELEN HAYS
II mm II Dark Th .Col.Clre. Ev?.8:20 11 it.>r.. _
U mm ' Mat* Tc-m'w A Sa' UK I I M'>
B.?'f I Franeta WILSON* D" Woir HOPPER CvK K v'i
| in "ER M I N I E" Mi"m mk't V
now. r rl0r ,, ,
n L , I,.jj? I'.tth.K.of U'way Kva.s to. \r( \IT I1
Punch oc Judy M.t, rrj ,m) sat.ano , >n -t v k\ d
*CMRR, DOI.LO'S wild OAT
KI MMf.R fX^YA arr? vnnvn ~
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EMraMtt- Wn-l . T>- y> ft Thir* .. P...30 I? IVrf?rti
SsMARIOHlTTES fi
tlWi 'J
n \ M < M Prl * M,l_ |T MM
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PATRICIA tmi>\TAS JUST RfRA>l?
COLLINGE (oMM)Y SUPPOSE WACOM
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(/M^ITF-RIOM "'WAY at 44th ST.
| i\l I I.ivlvJla (*nnt Noon to II 30 P. M. t, vi
v? ill la nt I?c Mill*'* Production I he iNPIf
"Midsummer Madness"
n A / "U romuHiii r H iNrc _
with l<ol* Wlldon. Ml* Jark H"lt. Brcin'lt i
ilU Conrad Na?el * *
IV fi. nj Ooamo Hamilton'* lateat Noval XI I'll
< 'lit- Frlfnd and III* W|f. llWHiri
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kill jas. Oliver curwood's rnlLAUCI
M "ISOBLL. or THE TRAIL'S END"
|A STRAND SI MPH< >NY ORt HEM I |
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MUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS;
?r> 1IIT8. DIRECTION OF LEE AND J. J. 8HUBERT. I
i St..VV.Uw*y Kvs.K ByE vs.8:.'t0 I LAST I
tiiMWK To-morrow A Sat - ?0 urodar,urstMa(s. Thurs.A sv J .10! \\ EKK I
FAVFR^HAM "*,r HULLAl;''TELL r MARION
* T ?** 'iii - ''UVhpn l/Vo Am V nun or**
0 PPIWfF mill PAiiPFR ' Trinii i nllc P* HIc lining
e riVim,C. the r/itrLn Juiil?rO... t < Ti?. T.~l?.v AiTo-m'-v ?' M<
1 Sp'l Matinee at 2:30 ??"' "*"J Wh?t ' *?*}
icc and the Pauper. | ^QnrTV nm Tkm.,nr. B'nr. Bv*. S:30.i
>th St. Nei hborhoo ' Hou?- 3i* M.iUii.fsTo-ro'w A Hat. 230.
i.U'l'LVW II VIT'l.KToN BEN-AMI
1'KI- 4310 HHIN'KLANDKIt "SAMSON to DELILAH"
t.-t2<l St. Kvea H:3<?. |Phone31 PAULINE LORD
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PI |i|""THEW0MAN V'.KkkI ? IstYEAR
Q L I n OF BRONZE" *
- / * (?ilcl'i Van si ? Norman Trevor I *
SEWS.... t ST EH MA I) A ME.
mpl'ns ????, FULTON
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MARY NASH j
r. TmTw ?.ri.> kvss :?>| in [ hv Name Is Woman
M auntie* I *>-m w&S it. J ??' J
MAT- EVERY DAY
WW MC. AANOUNCC MryT W/FFI^ SK ATS
rftK&!9&! biio
Ltl 19T.O L>I JUL> !\t.'itiii'1' '1? Li va .V:S v . 'J TO.
="?? THE SKIN GAME
I'L'I.Yll MXTINKK TO-M'W Hy .IOH V < i AI,HWOKTII V
rs 1-1 \x with mi'sk 4 \iy\jlNEES NEXT WEEK
WED..TI IURS..FRI.&SAT. K
Oti s m j ft HOIDROOK BUMM
r% ^ . Try * lort&ii uuhaabu
SPANISH v BAO MAN
u i nil I on qp comedy
IL=2,YAx^-^yAnommTn
ip$i ifc; irene
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ondav. Dec. 27 T. m .tin .ks to-M'W hat. at -j-mk
Thin 4nil St.. W.
TWTfTTJ] /TV^9RA BWES 1 "? 1 ^ LMMM
ghosts
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Ht' F-AMIIA i i<! I.
mwa.E.o^B-U^'" PLYMOUTH
Limn OLD M YORK
CO/ //!/</LL . Rpimnnt;-M KI'rn Brj w.i
" 'UAWeel Mitn.1 a
HI! J IcOBURi) lEAWE I
jEd BE* MOS DRC.i7 SKATS NOW
a a# OS Ili?a k itmiikhi'iin Kill |.r
IValim Z"NV I III I : ui'TT '
IBkEraml
fiARRICK--," , '
y?''JJ| HEARTBREAK HOUSE
f& 2gji{| \ Comedy by Bernard Shaw
:t MATS XK\T WKKK Til.-. Ttmn V,i.
5'THE W VI astop
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WORLD * W mr- (N thed'TA'^OLE
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KS IN ADVANCE M Ai.rwcor'?'i i-MA cffi 'tDi.B I
T7TTT- TT METROPOLITAN
WED. nt s lS. BLIPIH. Harrison, tail;
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c fcinu; CrtOflWFPkC Matscpra Mnrtinrlli. 1 * I. < ... I ' ain 1 apl.
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k jftJB B j0t iJV - i,\ >r:\ - >
P MM B U W I
tTlT CIIATID- *
?.ID DHAkK (.:. bill) . . ;Ik!1. Mardon M---n.?nl.
S\T s 1".. I'op. pri'". All \ 1
IEE TOMORROW
5 ^5?Ho Higher
|k MMAMI4VMU : I'M*. 1 unol?; Hoi! A'.
LD PROMKIIOK
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MCT'ER50H?uml iYATJOKAi. SV?PHv?Ny
Ktti?"HARy HAY rt * BODANZKy **
HER DOLORES vunkgie ? sat \i--i . r ! ;< . :i" ^ .to
ahw alta kino bun i i-'' i:tf
SOl?C l;l:\X<> PIANIST
tppAM isoof- - Nf v iVl OIS EIWITSCH
immrflwtiwiic the knabe ih the ofttciai. pi vno.
* j. 'in p re< it t; at o utne 1 vi.i.
CiPT '
IMJAMJEHS Levitzki Jacobsen
. _ _ . /|t)ir n i iwntm bv BnhflHi Ccmp Frmnck.
A T T A N H ,, u g K fhy ?2h
t. Till US it H?> Slitnv Tlckrts by mall from M M I s.
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ii i rM hi
rl;.' nmah night, s ?i I AEOLIAN T~ \ ,1 -W? AT
Of. IIUNSKL \M) HA1.I. 1 U-iViUI. mi.
,Vr ELLA DAHL RICH and
,1. WlinrnThr l.?rk AGNES HOPE PILLSBLRY.
Now Set line
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VII 1% rftiTitinni < * in (irrm.xn ______________
S3 It2? w * ?um? MAO. SQ. GARDEN. SUN.. DEC. 2b
mm*"' tlirnUKhout i- Frail > at t 1Tl<"kr!i? " ' *2. No a' I lux Offir.
V Z 5AVAOE+?r, male symphony band
I B "Sf" 9 MISS SOLLER . . Conductor
W-L H AAA 50
I M KS JM ai
.%# mi iigu musical i' , i Tn
*1 BILLY center/ Hir
Ifi ?t Mat* To-m'wAS*t2 :i0 Tf S<" AN INI ami I.A fli'AI. A '>nOHKPTRA
i.ill lil'N pti n'lOPERA -.'-a
? ??? ??- ? viLIUl j; . A1' r n*'"
KI/IIYKJIM Tl KF.TS or fUngl* Performance
5 25"W P1H>NP 15 Kv '
IIVafEolin fiizroy ?
I 41S9
OW*''
axs mmfamsk
O-n I tfh t& Every Ev. ~~
( m \ti r, 11 Hippodrome, Sunday Night, Dec. 26
(CX. ivlotl.) I hrU.L/C?l at <> 1?, V mutl 1 lotI<1??V C icerl In Alrt ?f
hrist. & N. Year's Dav CAT HOI IC BIG BROTHERS
aREATMT MtOOILAM Of Tttl> 1TBA>
IP VI oh" Alda * Kreisler
i\ rAiswnmvv Levitzki Diaz, Tievor
K^f!?S53J^ -
COl UNIBIA" 1 1 op *'
Ul,Ui?IDIrt j (-,h ? ,s 4 M ; 1" P| lr??.
Ed. Lcc Wrothc ?v Hi# Best Show
-PHIA ORCHESTRA :
r * K *\N K T BROOKLYN AMUSEMENTS.
TO-NIGHT AT 8:15 ~ '
, Tii riiONZALEY Qwart?t. rtTAO -A- J?v 4 Fulton
^ I . \I\ W 1 l)a
ID ICE SKATING" ^ v "KRF.NCH frolics"
1 *' I v w Dl\fi I 111 xj , v 1 . , r I'T " T.
*.v. I MMniffht Show Srrr > r*r'? Km., 11 .If? P M
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