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PENNA. RAILROAD
OPENS PARLEY FOR
ANTI-STRIKE COURT
Officers and 310 Representatives
of 51,000 Workers
Meet in Conference.
SPEECH BY ATTEBBURY
Vice-President Appeals for
Plan to Eliminate Even
Voting* for Strike.
VrtR nT Trt \ T1JTTST AVEXTS
A v JLV IVIk V r. ? _ rw
Conference Has All Day Scs?
sion and Will He Resumed
To-day.
Philadelphia, Doc. 21.?A meeting
of officers and representatives of the
employees of the Pennsylvania Railroad
system, designed to set up ma- |
chinery to handle promptly controver- j
slal questions affecting men in the i
train service of the company, was held
here to-day at the call of Oen. W. XV-.
Atterbury, vice-president in charge of
operation.
It was announced by the company
that vice-presidents, general managers,
rr?n?rni Rnrw>rintendents and superin
tendents of the entire system and 310
representatives of the 51,000 members
of the four principal railroad brotherhoods
attended, the meeting, the occasion
being declared "unique" by Gen.
Atterbury in an Rddress to those present.
There was an .all (lay discussion
J and the meeting will be resumed to
J morrow.
It was explained by Pennsylvania i
Railroad authorities that the question
of the "closed shop" is involved in so far j
as the national boards of adjustment, .
generally favored by national leaders of I
the brotherhoods, tend to make railroads j
"closed shops." The transportation act j
of Congress besides creuting the national 1
boards of adjustment also permits the,
creation of local boards whereby a rail-1
road can deal with the men on its own
system without rtference to national
boards. It nas for the purpose, it was
said, of getting the sentiment of the
1 railroaders as to the advisability of setting
up these boards that the meeting
was called.
Division of System.
After referring to the decentralization
of the system Into four grand divisions,
Mr. Atterbury said:
"I have waited with a great deal of
(a .onothop thr omnlnvnro !
themselves would recognize that with the
Change in the system organization there
could also come a similar change In the
method of handling all matters as be?
tween the management and the employees.
It could mean to the men exactly
what It means to the public?that
Is, quick and Intelligent decisions.
"It has been clear to me that the ex- 1
istlng overlapping of the schedules, or
contradictory schedules, on the divisions '
or In the regions would, necessarily, create
a situation which the men would
themselves recognize, and would voluntarily
organize themselves to provide regional
committees to correspond with our
regional organization.
"I have been willing to await this >
time, but our hands have been forced, I
feel, by the decision of the I.abor Board
thftt thnv havo tlrt . , .n 4n
to boards of adjustment--the boards of
adjustment ran only be formed by the i
voluntary action of the management and
Its employees. This explains why X have j
called this meeting-.
. t Three Principal Points.
"Three principal points should be discussed.
First, regional committees ; second.
the principles of schedules?whether
system, regional or divisional; third, the
setting up of machinery to handle
promptly controversial qucntiona
"Wo have heard a great deal the last
few years of 'collective bargaining.' One
hardly knows what the theorist means
by 'collective bargaining,' but If by
"collective bargaining' you mean the employees
and the managements sitting
down seriously to discuss working conditions,
and a schedule results which is
mutually satisfactory, then we have
bad 'collective bargaining' In force for
at least seventeen years. This meeting
to-day is in continuance of that policy.
"Some 310 men are here representing ,
approximately 31,000 men, or nearly 30
per cent, of all our employees. You are !
ths men in the train service, the most i
responsible, the mostly highly organ- ,
ixed and, generally, the most highly i
paid.
"In all these seventeen years, although
occasionally strikes havo been threat- I
' ned. never once has s strike been
'-ailed. We always have been able to
compose our difficulties.
"The successful solution of the problems
that are before you, if carried to a
logical conclusion, means that not only
rui 11 i?;i w ireni uo u airiR'', uui mill. ti
will never be necessary to take a strike
vote on the Pennsylvania system."
TIRE CO. FIGHTS RECEIVERSHIP
liMdyrsr Concern Moves to Cnncel
Service of Snmmnna.
Colttmbus, Ohio, Dee. 21.?The Good- i
year Tire nnd Rubber Company of1
Akron, for which a receiver wns asked
last week In local courts by Frank 9.
Monnett, a stockholder and former
Attorney-General of Ohio, filed a motion
to-day to quash the service summons'
filed In the ease ufralnst It.
The rubber company stated that I.
lias no anent In this county and that
summons were Served upon a man who |
la merely In chance of Its supply depot
here.
OOV. SMITH HUTU It* III8IMEM.
Gov. Alfred K. Smith was elected yestsrdny
chairman of the bonrd of dlreetors
of the United States Trucklnic C >rporatlon.
to tha direction of which he
i -will devote his entire time after January
1. He *uece-"V ??,.<,wr T. Gets.
$10
S year buy* f'i,oty> accident and health policy,
I male or female; same rate cover-" nil elcSnen- 1
and accident.": cheapest Ineurnnc ever I
Sued: accidents happen every day. you can-,
not afford to bv unprotected, don't artpio. '
don't Infer?Inventlaate! a postal brings you
particulars; no obligation wbstsoevcr.
MADE A CO.%Mutw/c- j
0
V
1921 TERMS AGREED ON
__ proD
BY MARINE WORKERS this
Present Scale Continued De- ^
spite Demands. FuI|
In a four hour conference In 11 1
Broadway yesterday towbont owners Fl
and their marine workers came to terms sentj
for wages and hours for 19*1. The 1920 Moscale
will prevail, it was said, which is T .
a sixty hour week and $170 to $245 a
month for different grades- The men cunt
asked for $30 advance and a forty-eight that
hour week. emp
The only trouble was with a certain Wag
group of "insurgents" who have left WqU
their national union. They are some of | Tl
tlie masters, mates and pilots and the j rega
cooks, deckhands and firemen. The own- | actk
i era would not treat with them although : men
they came to attend the meeting, it 1 tres
An English Wi;
By EVELYN, Prince
The Boston Transcript calh it:?
"So far the most revealing and absorbir
The New York Evening Post says:?
"Informal, racy of the moment, lively
with political happening, it reflects with i
development of the German catastrophe am
The Richmond News Leader says:?
"To begin it is to be lured on and on,
pathy."
The Chicago Evening Post says:?
"It is in a class by itself: fairly teems v
Price $6.00. It should be on sale at your bo
E. P. BUTTON & COMPANY
1 THROUGH STORYLAND
Skirting the Southern border ol
through a land of beaut]
SUNSET LIM
(Observation Car ? Throus
New Orleans, San Antonio, Loa /
"No bitin# blizzarda to bio
bncausn it's svmmcrland
Tourist Sleeping Car Daily, Was hi ntf
Sleeping car service to Globe, A?
to ROOSEVELT DAM on the
For information and lit ra
?uuinrRw rtw^i
A. J. Po?ton, General Agei
3?t$5 165 Broad'
j AMUSEMENTS.
?
TOD,
By WILLIAM
WHAT ONE HAS NOT, HE EI
* * *
THUS GOES AN OLD ADAGE.
* * *
TODAY PROVED THE CONTf
TO ME.
* * *
STANDING IN LINE, JUST ]
BEGAN. WAS ONE OF AMERICA
PROLIFIC MOTION PICTURE DI
* *
HIS NAME IS KNOWN EVI
SHOWN.
* *
I NATURALLY WISHED TC
TESIES OF THE THEATRE TO H
GO IN AS MY GUEST.
"NO, MR. FOX," HE SAID, "YC
ALREADY PURCHASED SEATS
TWICE SINCE IT HAS BEEN p;
AND I EXPECT TO PURCHASE
* * *
"IT HAS BROUGHT HOME T<
THAN ANY SERIES OF DRAMAT
EVER KNOWN, HOW HUMAN. H
PLY A GREAT AND POWER
WELDED INTO ENTERTAINMEI
AT ONE AND THE SAME TIME
THE CHEAPEST EDUCATION I h
EXPERIENCED."
* ? *
MY COLLEAGUE'S FRANKNE
IS STRANGE, AND IN IT FEW PE
CREDIT OTHERS WITH BIG ACI
I COULD USE HIS NAME, BUT I
WOULD BE FAIR.
* ? *
JOHNNY WALKER APPEAR
TODAY AT BOTH PERFORMANCI
SUNDAY MATINEE WE WILL G
THE BROADHURST THEATRE,
ON FORTY-FOURTH STREET.
SALE THERE SIX WEEKS IN AD
National sy^puqhy n
mgg boda.NZKy??3 ^
CARNEGIE? BAT. AIT.. DEC. 2.1. At 3:30 SO
HALE J BUN EVE.. DEC. 30. lit 8:13
HOI/1 DES'NO PIANIST
MOISEIWITSCH |\
Tin.- win ib Tin- r>n-i.-rm*r. MA MO I 1\
JANl ARY 51 F"
ONI.Y N. Y. ni:ciTAiy-rniRnA | Ia
HEMPEL
fonts at Bo* Offloe. Rtelnway Piano. ?
^liTAAMlUVf/ M War'* i?
nroflDTitiEs ^'v^orT1
AI THE (A Real Race) 2.1
Nippodrcni *.ts
Sailing " wi?#Wrj in e.6vnrri
PI!, t". Krlt'.i't TUB t MORTONS. Morton |
A I A r 1 ! * i;li? t-'lara Morton. a**
/A / V V- I Mtu". Ui'M nm A Co. In | Pla
U -yoi't 4"0O. Mnr I"'* "Half an Hour," _
'"IS' i
rAPSTQL %
mil Street "capltoi r.'rao.l Orch. I \\\
. World'* Largest and Mo*t Beautiful Tlu-atre. ^
THE NEW
said, howevej^. that there Is small
ability of a strike growing out of
situation.
rAGE CONFERENCE TO-DAY.
1 River employers and Employees
Arrange illseasslon.
tLL River, Mass., Dec. 21.? Repreatives
of the Fall River Cotton
ufacturers' Association and of the
He Council will moet to-morrow tor
libs ion of the wage question. Hely
the manufacturers announced
until a further conference with the
loyees' representatives, the scale of
es in force during the last six months
Id remain unchanged.
10 conference set for to-morrow Is
rded as likely to result in final wage
>n in view of the recent announcet
by manufacturers in other mill cenof
a reduction of 221?. per cent.
fe in Berlin
ss BLUCHER
ig personal record."
in mingling of personal incident
inconscious dramatic quality the
d the aftermath of disaster."
in growing excitement and sym/ith
interesting details."
okstore; if not, it can be had from
, 683 Fifth Ave., N. Y.
to SUNSET SEAS : ' fig ^
f the United States, WrK j
r and romance.
ITED
h Dining Car)
Ingeles, San Francisco 'EBg
c* and deity
all the tray." Kt.'ljlj
fon, D. C. to San Francisco Ego
'isona,for aide trip
APACHE TRAIL
tare addreaa wr P-3
F1C LINES gg
it, Passenger Dept.,
way. PgrS
AMUSEMENTS.
AY ]
FOX
??????? ?????-J
IVIES IN ANOTHER.
#
IARY OF THIS PROVERB
*
BEFORE THE MATINEE
S MOST ARTISTIC AND
RECTORS.
*
SRYWHERE FILMS ARE
*
> EXTEND THE COURIM,
AND ASKED HIM TO
*
>U ARE TOO LATE. I'VE
FOR YOUR PICTURE
LAYING AT THE LYRIC
SEVERAL MORE TIMES.
*
0 ME. MORE POTENTLY
IC SITUATIONS I HAVE
OW DIRECT. HOW SIMFUL
THEME CAN BE
IT, STORY AND LESSON
I. OVER THE HILL' IS
[AVE EVER BOUGHT OR
*
SS STUNNED ME. LIFE
OPLE ARE WILLING TO ,
IIEVEMENTS. HE SAID
[ HARDLY THINK THAT
*
S PERSONALLY AGAIN
rc at tut r vuir mttvt i
REET OUR FRIENDS AT
TWO BLOCKS NORTH,
SEATS ARE NOW ON
VANCE.
ratorTo
CIETY OF NEW YORK
WALTER PAMR03CH. Cond.
1essiah
da Hetnpel Judson House
be| lied doe Royal Padmun
New York Fymphony Orchestra.
arncRle Hall, Monday, Dec. 27, 8:13.
to ?2.r,n, Hox of flea, or 1 W. 84th ?t.
ARNEnlE HALL, TO-NIOHT. 8:13.
Lfl,; P I N T EL
rtANO RECITAL. <MnsoT_A Hamlin.1
RNKOtE llAr.r.. Fun. Aft., Dec. 20. at 3
H1POLITO
LAZARO
dated by Mercedes Padrosa, Fpanlsh
nl.d; Hector Cabral, Peruvian Violinist.
ti'AKii r. 1 vvtfcsofTTvYjr^TnR'
|j \ \ n ivttou F lFOItEL. 'or
K V A l| "THE TRAIL'S END."
war A-47th Ft M Strand Orchcst rv
DLi JMBIA B'way|Twlc? Dally,Popular
^ui?tutrt4 47th!3:13 & 8:l?|Prieea.
Eld. Lee Wrothe fcHis Best Show
' YORK HERALD, W1
AMUSEMENTS.
AMERICA'S FOREMOST
WINTER GARDEN wed0:'DEC. 29
The PASSING SHOW of 1921 ggffw
CFNTtlPV THEATRE. lKvee. 8. Mat*.
liUIlUni ajVlACPWobtlTo-aay 4 Sat.a.
Pop. Mat. To-Day joo 50c- to $2
LAST FIVE WEEKS
F. Raj- Oomatoclc & Mnrrla float: r>re*pnt
MOST SENSATIONAL. MUPPA
SUCCESS EVER KNOWN |!l ftlillA
IN THE WORLD V"
Musical Extravaganza of the Orient.
COMPANY OF -too?11 RIO SCENES.
^Hentury Promenade above Century Thea.
Rhturt midnight bewoe &
Opens at 10 30 for Dining k Panning
C >N RAl Theatre. IKvea. 8:30.Matlneea
^ 1 IvrtL47thA- B'y.]To-day Ac Sat. 2:30.
mat.t0da1t seats'oc, 75c, $1, $1.50 & $2
If. Kay Conistock Ac Morris Gest Present
The London dc Paris Sensation
IM?* VC V A In the-Musical Show
utlyma "afgar"
"Has taken Now York by storm."?Telegram
^ Irene
Seats fl Weeks Ahead. Mats. To-day tc Sat.
\APni I n West 42 St. Eves. 8:20.
arGLUJ Mats. To-day & Hat. 2:20.
FRANCES a ruuslcoraedy
WHITE m " jimmie "
With HKN WELCH and Star Cast.
ert \i;v\l w. 42 St. K.VS. at 8:20.
5C.L.W I IN Mats. To-day Ac Sat. 2:20.
frank tinney
Comedy
"tickle me" 1
\ times sq.sk'tii-j^ sstlls:
Special Matinees Friday, Dec. 31.
l-> FLORENCE IV ft THE
heed mirage
rADDICIf 65\Y.35thSt. Flt/xoyl522.Evs.
U.Al\rVlUfV 8:15.Mats.To-m'w 4 Sat. 2:15.
ucidtddciv uflllqr
n LH 11 I u II LH f\ IIUUOL
A Comedy by Bernard Shaw
3 MATS. NEXT WEEK Tnos..Thnr*. Sat..
Brock Pemberton Presents
EC.iUla Varcst?Norman Trevor I '
NTER MADAMt,
tn II THW w. 40th St. Eves, at 8:30.
T UL 1 U1N Mats. To lay 4 Sat. 2.30.
Daily Mats- Ninas Week. SEATS NOW.
rp A 7PP W. (2(1 St. Eves. 8:30.1 Phone 31
rl\At.c,C, Mats.Wed.& Hat.2:30. |Brv*?t.
SAMLOT^S
ra HOIBROOR B1INH
frj Mi A LOVAOlt LAlKNABlM BAN04T**
V THE BAD HAN
COMEDY j
NEW YORK'S LEADING T
Llvlr 1Kb 1 MlA 1 Kb "nth St. |
TO NIGHT AT 8:15 SHARP
CHARLES PROHMAN Presents
RUTH CHATTERTON
U) J. M. UARRLE'S New Play
MARY ROSE
FIRST MATINEE SATURDAY.
BELASCO Tom'w Eve. 8:15
DAVID BELA9CO Presents
Lionel Atwiil ''DEBURAU"
By Sacha Oultry, ariptd hy Granville Barker.
I VPFI IVT Theatre, W. 46th St. Eva. 8:30.
L. I ^C-U.VI M lts Tom w 4 Sat. 2:30.
Bi CLAIRE SBSgrBja.
fgCOHANT-plgllTm
hudson z,&s's
"ifWAA/ Jn fhe}'ve ro/a~
TUC T1UCBU
lilt I Mf KpIVII
V Tut MALL
M ^ v w yfiW jn
_-- * A C"'A'") J' ? TAMtn
RWAMHAII 1<8 K. 27 St. Kvre. 8:20.
DKAIVITIALL SUtx W(;J Md Saf 2 ;30
Mixed Marriage ji-vtne.
Cohan ^Harris M^'xo^yftSat. alio.
E3EFiliI3IZH33
wtth GEOBOE SIDNEY.
Punch & Judy SS&'VS.WUS^
ffli ROLLO'S WILD OAT
Comedy "oLAND YOU NO.
Extra Mtf< W-1 nv. y? TVip*.. Dsc. 30
I8&HMI0?TTESife!
SooctaJ Mats. Final We It, TO-DAY ft T'MW
ll A. M ft .1 I'. M. ITI. ft Sat. 11 A. M.
-^QLOBF.. F,vs.8:20. Matn.To-dayftSat.
^ FRED S10NE "TIptop'
Sints N"o? for X'r!i Holiday Mat.. Krl.. Doc.31
U?nrv MIMor>_ 'Thjatro^ 124 _ W. _< vt St.
Bira B SO M ils. 10-ni w et oat. z:zu.
PATRICIA THOMAS- JUST
COLLINGE comedy SUPPOSE
(CRITERION i?U3? I
Broadway nl 14th Street
Jmae T,. Lasky lYosent*
William lie Utile's
"Midsummer
Madness"
"One of these rare piriure* that detents
a second visit.'?N. Y. Herald.
A Paramount Picture
with Jack Holt, ConrAd Nagel,
Lois Wilson, Lila Lee
From Cosmo Hamilton's novo!
'Ills Friend and lUa Wlfo"
$100 for 250 words
How would you have the photoplay
end? Write the Contest
Department, Criterion Theatre.
|?v I \ I f \ t I Lola Wober Production
1 V WLI TO PLEASE ONE i
A V B'way at 4<-)th WOMAN
A Paramount Picture
wrvou < Ytvcr.RT oHfirnaTRA
DIAL TO H BE DANIEL
K Timess? OH, LADY, LADY!
FAM')Ua t'AI.TO (JKCIU.HTBA j
cTaRNI'"'HAW., ThU Hat. (Xtnai Night).
THIRD RECITAL-MI 8 II R L
PIASTRO
Season's Moat llrllllant Violinist.
Tickets, 75c->2.00, at Hox < tfflrc. (I 'lilrkerlngl
Loew's New York Theatre fit Roof
Conl. 11 A. M. to 11 p. M. Hoof to J A. M.
TAIIAN LOVE."
Loew'sAmericanRoof 4B2v^y VB;J ?iy.y;
6 MUSICAL N08SE3. Frl?<1 A A1 Seal.
Downing, Oloeaon, * Houlihan. 61 Jr i
oth?, In Then., 'The l atal Hour. I Keterved j
iDNESDAY, DECEMBER
j AMUSEMENTS.
THEATRES AND HITS. DIRECTION OF LI
DfYYTU Thea..45th St.,\V.Bwav.Bv*.8:30.
rI r 1 Matlnut* To-*lav Jt Sat. 3.30.
MtU.Nnt Week Tues..Wed.Tb'ir.Fri.t Sat.
? FAVERSHAM
KKIk" The PRINCE *?? PAUPER
Fri., Dec. 24?Sp'l Matinee at 2:30
"The Prince and the Pauper."
Benefit the 79th St. Nei hborhoo J House
For Tickets apply TV. H. Appluton. 40 E. Otltli
St. Tel. 4.-.I0 Klilnnlandcr. Price* >3 A M.
PAQIMfVW'h St. anj IVway Eves, at 8:30.
WV3IlNUji()1.[/l\K MATtNKE TODAY
ZIMBALIST'S FLAY WITH MUSIC
JTHI'EiEEa.
ASTDRtheaTkbl 1 Evening 8:35. Mats.
ttOl CI\B way A 45th St.JTo-day M Sat.3 35.
PnPIII AR MATINFF TO-HAY TO i2
HENRY W. SAVAQE offnrs
MADGE KENNEDY
duK':T>F) iD the " CORNERED "
"A Iil vL OLD-TIME TRIUMPH
? DRAMATIC SENSATION OF
THE SEASON." ? Journal.
CLJT ippDT,T'ia?.,44th.Wiof B'y.Evn.8 :30
jnUDLI\ I Matlneos To-day A Sart. 2:30.
POPULAR MATINEE TO-DAY
l/M^7 X* DOHEIHAMS IK. ANNOUNCE'
gf-GnEEHWICH VllfAfiE
Vj F0Ct.l&f?El97O?
RPPI IRI IC West 42<t St. Eve*. 8:30.
ALrUDLIL Mats. Wod. (Pop.) tr Sat. 2:30
Daddy Dumplins Wlth ariViVoklk
PI TIMrr West 42d St. Eves. 8:4.3.
C.L 1 IINVJE. Matg W(jd (Po?.) & Sat 2:30.
I niVrATRP w 4SO> s*. Eves. S:20.
L.U1\W\PI\E. Mats. To-day is. Sat. 2:20.
The Reigning Musical Oomcdv Success,
P177IH
anTU C.T The.v, nr. li'way. Evs. H:30.
oy 1 *1 Ol. Matin,ics To-day & Sat. 2:30.
BEN-AMI
"SAMSON & DELILAH"
PAULINE LORD
rSaxilie tlliott's jM'OikVfc |
) POPULAR MATINEE TO-DAY 2:30. I
\ 5th SPANISHj
t MONTH _ LOVE |
HeHIb MTWi
) I'JtA I Thurs. & Kri., Doc. 30, 31 (
MATINKESl Sixits Now on Salo. )
HE AT RES AND SUCCESS1!: 8
rNEW AMSTER DAM w?>yftr. ?
IlitT TAr\ft\/l B
ST IVIHI. IUl>MT
V 50^2-SN.hw?|
HARfffflNSItR
LEON ERROL
S Of All the Girls
j That You Love Best
There's None So
Sweet as
HEW AMSTERDAM RO0F- - MEW
ZSECFELD MIDMIClff *80Mt
I IBERTYI POP. MAT. TO-DAY
J?a west 42 st. J 50c. TO $2.00
"BEST THAT THE MP81CAL TIIEATKE
CAN PROVIDE."?Herald.
HENRY W. SAVAGE offers
M I TZI
in "LADY BILLY" Comedy Hit. I
ni n LAST 2 WEEKS
ft ?1 K wiu, HELEN HAYS
II M Bj p.fLTh .Col.' ire. Kvs.S:20.
w ? W0 ' Matn.To-day A Sat.
fftn* I Friinct!, WILSON* De Wolf HOPPER
" i|a "E R M 1 NI E"
MANHATTAN
A ~ * To-niiilif A Them. at 9:20 Sharp.
"DIE SUENDEN OLOCKE" (ThoSln Bell).
Drama by HANS KNOBLOOH. First Performances
In America.
XMAS APT. at 2:30. XMA8 NTOHT, 8:20
IInmo?r>llncU's Opera, "HAKN9EL AND
GRETEL." MarloMattfold as Ilaen.sel. Complete
Knaomtjle. < 'hurus, Scenes, Orch. of 40.
SlON. KVE., DEC. 27, Premiere of Franz
Leber'* New Viennese Operetta, "WO DIE
LERCHE SIN'IT" i Where The Lark Sinks).
Prices 30c to S2.30. Heats Now Selling.
MON. AFT.. DEC, 27. "SNOW WHITE A
THE SEVEN DWARFS." Prices 3ftc to 81.00.
Now Helling. All Performances In German.
GAIETY, IVy Aid St Mat*.To<layA8at.2:30.
JOHN" GOLDEN preserts
DTONI1 Kin^llV
BACON SilWftil H
L*3T ICORT KXTIStASfHS
2 JIMJAHJEH>
WEEKS ' Tu6 SMASHING MUSICAL WIT
METROPOLITAN
TO-NIGHT at R13. ELISIR. Garrison,
Ellis;' Caruso. Scottl, Malatrita?Papl.
T11UUS. at 8, DON CAULOS. Ponselie.
Matxcnaunr: Martlnelll. I>? Lma. Dldur?Papl.
Kill. MAT. at I, UITTERELY. Karrar,
Fornix; Chainloo, Scottl, llada?Mnrannml.
KHI. at 8. LA JUIVE. Easton, Scotney.
Galll; Caru o. llarrold, Hothler?Bodanxky.
SAT. at 2, MEITSTOFELK. Altla. Pernlta
(debut) ; GIkIL Mariiones?Moranzonl.
BAT. P op. Prices, A IDA. Deatlnn.
La zHil (debut); Kingston, Da Luca, Martina?
Bamboschek.
NEXT MON., FP'L MAT., at 2 (?1 to 13)
BLUE BIRD. Easton, Gordon, Bundallus,
Ellis. Delaunols; Rotliior?Wolff.
MON., at 8:18. PAGLIACCI. Dcstlnn: Caruso,
Arnatn?Moranzonl. CARILLON MAOICO.
Galll?Papl.
WEP. at 7:43, TRISTAN, Matzcnnuer, Gordon;
Sembach, Whltshlll, Ulasa?Uodanxby.
HARDMAN PIANO USED.
NEW YORK SYMPHONY)
ORCHESTRA
WALTER DAMUOHCH, Conductor.
AEOLIAN HALL. SUN. AKT.. DEC. 28
A Midsummer Night's Dream
(Hi A I/DoriL' A OtA
with Music by ".MENDELSSOHN
DAVID BISPHAM
Will read the platf assisted by
RACHEL MORTON HARRIS, Soprano.
Chorus of Women's Voices from the
ORATORIO SOCIETY OF NEW YORK.
Tickets at Rox Office. George Englas.Mgr.
WANTED?FOR ALTERNATE MONDAY'S,
METROPOLITAN Ol'ERA HOUSE,THREE
SEATS IN ORCHESTRA ON AISLE, OR
SMALL HOX. ADDRESS, GIVING LOCATION
AND TERMS, OPERA, HOX 372.
MADISON SQUARE POST oriTt'E.
I BROOKLYN AMUSEMENTS.
ST A D * Jay & Fulton StalMat.
1 /\I\ J* Tel. Main 1-WPDally
"FRENCH FROLICSSUNDAY^
BIO CONCERTS-!.
Midnight Show New Year's Eva., 11.30 P. AI
f
22, 1920.
AMUSEMENTS.
BE AND J. 1. SHUBERT.
BroarHllir^Tt' 44.w.Uy..Evh.8 30 II.AST <
oroaanurstMats Tom w4Sjlt.2:30jTlMK!
HrjHULL Aim,TELLo^:, MARIQh
lnc?m^y TrVumphrln s "When We Are Young'
JUNIOR CINEMA CLUB, TO-DAY 3 P.M
'<ioIUUaclcn," WalUcu Bold "What's Yo.II
Hurry T"
matinees to-day' a sat. at 2:30
? ? Thrv. 44th St.. w
/TVA2RA BWTES Of Bway. Ev?.S:30.
ty IIVI GHOSTS
? "ASC'KKA.NflMiCoMhDY."
*7f ?Tplfarnm
PLYMOUTH tSS.fWK
LITTLE OLD HEW Ml
LYRIC?Monday. Dec. 27 w
IBM
FAMILY TREE"
Plavhmiw 48th8t.E.ofBway.E vs.8:30
riaynouse Mats.To-day iSat.at 2 to
MARY NASH
Ia Thy Name Is Woman
MAT. EVERY DAY
NEXT WEEK f&AJ?
POP. PRICES (EXCEPT SATfltPAV ^
Wm. A. JOih cr Thoa.K.of B'y. Iv?.8:30
Brady's * " ? Mats.To-m'w & Bat.3:20
"THE BROKEN WING"
NEW YORICS BIGGEST THRILL'
RT tni I fhea., \V.4SthSt. R vs. 8:30.
DlJwU Mat (nitres To-day & Sat. 2:30.
! THfc SKIN GAME
By JOHN GALSWORTHY.
4 MATINEES NEXT WEEK
WED..THURS..FRI.&SAT. &
POP. PRICES (EXCEPT SATURDAY)
44TH ST. THEATRE ^?&av
Evenings 8:15. Matluess a is!
The D. W. Griffith A asterpiore
"WAY DOWN EAST"
With Orchestral & Vocal Accompaniment.
All Seats Reserved. Order in Advance.
RplmnntTlloa-48 St.Eof lVy.Bry.4H.Kvs.s:3<
IDCIIIIUIIljj;ust Week. Mats.To-m'wA Sat. ?
FRENCH*!
COBIIRN" LEAVE I
BEG. MON., DEC. 27?SEATS NOW
HItOCK PEMBERTON will present
gales "Miss LULU BETT'
LITTLE I Thl 1 t*4 V/T AIZ
THEATRE! I Ol I ^
West 44 St. Mats. Today & Snt. at 2.20
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS,
I W&st
n 74th.3t. Subv^y
I HOTEL
U AfHrlniTY
*JTalL*&
I An ideal Home for thoso who
|1 appreciate a quiet and refined
M atmosphere, cheerful surround
Inge, exceptional service and din
ing room of the highest standard.
[I ATTRACTIVE KATES.
U Suites of two or more rooms with
private bath.
n A two room Apartment to Rub let.
U 0. E. SKFTON, Proprietor.
W>??W)M>W>WWW??>WWMMW??>7>7
HOTEL
jCHELSEA
^ West 23d St. at Seventh Avenue
ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF
s D? .j: l ?u corn
, vN nuuui wiiii aujuiiiiug uaui,
< Room with private bath, $3.00
Suites, > $5 up
i ? Special rates by month, season and
! 5 year: open fireplaces: high ceilings:
| ^ unusually large rooms; spacious
j ^ closets.
; j; Lu cheon 65c
^ Dinner $1.09
Cafeteria Attached
Colored map "B"of Xo* York
mailed fpro upon appllr.itloo
MONTICELLO
35-37 Weat 64th St., New York
A Modern Fireproof Hotel,
Catering for a Oiiiet Family I'utronagi
a'. Modrrnte Kates.
Rates are for Up-to-Date Modern
Hotel Service.
ROOM WITH USE OF BATH,
For I. $2.5#} for 2. $3.50.
LARGE ROOM?Private Bath,
For 2. $4.00 day.
2 Iioonts & Falli. for 2, $5.00 up
RESTAURANT
Club a la Carte. Table d'Hota.
Fhcne Cclun bus 1300. J. A. JErSON
forest hills Inn
Forest Hills Gardens, L. I.
15Minute* (actual running i rnt)
From Pennsylvania Station
Long island H. R. Electric Train*)
One of the finest (fireproof) restdnntlnl
hotnU In tin. nl?w Mn.-a ihsn
I fO fralns dally. 30 minute* from Wall
1 Street. 25 minutes from shopping
| and theatre districts. No other place
I In tho city equals the Tnn for Its
I food, conveniences and accessibility.
F. J. ll.WVIICY, Mgr.
Telephone Boulevard B290
ooiun Idusi
II Central Park West and 67th St.
: I.urge Enough to Maintain Kirrjr
Service.
| Small Enough to Be Exclusive.
! Transient and Permanent Rooms
| Single anil En Suite.
' Excellent Cuisine a la earte.
j Louis J. Rousselot, Manager
Vi'iiliMlllMll.tBiilWllillBliiMlinilllWiiriBlIiHll
(0) J?mBRTD6e
AO WEST t?TU ST.
The latest fireproof apartment Hoti
now open; suites of 2 rooms or more on
yearly lease, unfurnished; exceptional!
tow rentals; spacious closets.
a t 'ltl'nKkll IIVBTA f O A %1'f
Also Doctor Suite, 3 rooms, main floe
Under ?ame management Hotel I.aimiloi
6th Av. nnd Bflth St.
E. II. CHATII.I.ON.
THE SUNSET
Bench 60th nnd Surf Avenue,
Pea. Gate. Norton's Point, N. Y. H-arl
Open throughout the year.
Mod- rn Family Hotel. Ideal Witter hr
for New Yorker*. 45 minute* Time* 8<iuh
3.6 minute* member* St.. Municipal Suow
!Spr< In I Winter Itntce. American Plan,
Single Itoom. running water {'23 to
rouble Boom, running water {43 to
Double Ttoom, private bath $83 to
11, Week-end guests accommodated.
ART SALES. j
i j 57th street art
I Alfred F. Gusweil
! 33 W. 57t
I Rug Sale Ex
| Oriental and Domestic Rugs an
| nificent Collection of Old Ameri
| MISS ADA L.HILLYERol
~ and others ii
| AUCTION SALI
. Thursday & Friday,
| at 2:30 P. M.
. X Also
I DIAMOND AND (
4 for the account of a M
| Sale Tomorrow Afternoor
I'.j. '!' ' sfr 1 . 't\W|H !
OLAZASSr !
f?^ALJ&TiaN RAAMS I
[I EDWARD P O'REILLY Auctiombcr, ||l
- ii5 and7 East 59 Street (At 5-Aye)A!
Auction Events This Week
By order of !
A. P. Von HEMERT, E?q. i
of this city
TODAY (WED.), at 2 P. M. I
Featuring a Remarkable Group of |
OLD ENGLISH SILVER |
Consisting of 156 pieces of first lm,
portanco, mainly of the George III.
I Period. !
A very flne collection of Diamond.
Pearl. Emerald. Sapphire and Platinum I
I Jewelry; Gold Mesh Hags, etc.; also
, a flne Pearl Necklace and beautiful and
rare Dirt English, Holland and Arnerlcan
Silverware. |
Part I. of the Library of
JOHN BOTTOMLEY, Esq. j
Sale Thurs., Dec. 23, at 3 P. M.
I Noted Collection of Dramatic Books
and Fine Standard Sets. ,
By oider of
WILLIAM T. DREW, Esq. j
i Sale Friday8 Dac.h24 at 3 P. M. I
A collection from various estates.
Persian and Chinese jt]
Hints, various sizes, both I
modern anil antique. AvssJ
NOTE?Thenbovceol- \\
lection* are on public 1(1/ JBJr f
view until time of sale VI mO ;] \
_
\ X ATTRACTIVE AUCTION SALE 1
= X THIS DAY AT 10:30 A.M. |
' P ON THE PREMISES
_ ^ ENTIRE CONTENTS OF S I
V ^ RESIDENCE $ I
P 147 East 63d St. | 1
to Estate of the late ^
[ Mary C. Kahl
| BV ORDKR OF
S ARABELLA S. BUltlt, Executrix. $
J | j ^ The sale will bo conductod by
!( Madison Art balleries, Inc. |
^ 37 East 60th St., ^
^ BrtwePD Madison and Park Aves. %
i }! FREDERICK H. WANDELL $
| $ and WILLIAM T. FINNEY. i
> Auctioneers. 5
PHONE?I'l.AZA 77S4.
SALES AT AUCTION. ^
Sale To-day i
/TTK at the Gall
ll I! nI Smith & J
\U I'/ 68 West 45th St., t
An Extraordinary
I A i-l D._ I
| uneiuai rvugs anu
Magnificent Specimens
Including Royal Bokhara, Dazar, Kir-!
$ I Shiraz, Cabistan, Kurdistan, Kazak, K<
Wonderful Chinese
Henry A. Hartma
|
> HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS, j
p p TO-NIC
$1 Open* To-night
: WDUR.
ft 107-109 W
I Formerly ol
| Under the
ren
i 8K <f 01(1 M,ri
v rnrnEmmmm?
*-* Rk ^ lumailk jrSaltirol8*SSft8i
1123^3
| Ppra^ro^oMiav
r, I JOAN SAWYER
,, I ACCOMPANIED l,y the VERN01*
" I In the ll DINING AND
: '|KN?TT HOTELS I ,
ll-.M j * SERVICE- WITH ECONOMY I /
\
ART SALES.
^157.71
?, Auctioneer |
h Street
traordinary i
d Carpets, including a Mag- |
can Hook Rugs, by order of I
f Crescent Beach, Conn. 2
a interest.
i THIS DAY,
Dec. 22, 23 & 24,
each day. i
? I
5OLD JEWELRY I
aiden Lane Concern |
I, Dec, 23, at 3:30 P. iVl. f
TO-DAY (Wednesday)
at 2 P. M. in
J/6. SILO'S
/O^ "ANNEX"
Madison Ave.
Between
W44th & 45th Sts
James P. Silo & Son. Auctioneers,
WILL SELL AT UNRESTRICTED
SALE BY AUCTION
Jewelry,
Silver, Objets d'Art,
Furniture & Rugs
BELONGING TO THE ESTATE
OF THE LATE
Sarah Speyer
By order of the Executors, and also
to close several other Estates aud
Consignments.
?ALSO?
Isotta-Fraschini Sedan
Automobile and
Lancia Holbrook Landau
Brousrham
Roth In perfect r uniting order.
ON VIEW TO-DAY (WEDNESDAY)
TO TIME OF SALE
SALES AT AUCTION. j
f SALE TODAY 2 P.M.j
j At the Galleries of I
FIFTH AVENUE fS- av
AUCTION ROOMS i.
A Collection of
Modern Home
Furnishings
Consisting of Furniture. Oriental
Rugs, Porcelains, Draperies,
Linens, Oil Paintings, Engravings,
&e.
ON VIEW UNTIL DAY OF SALE
WALLACE H. DAY, Auctioneer ,
' i
it 2 P. M. I
eries of /FTTh^
affe, inc., (5i| Jy
>ot. Otli and 6th a vs. v*** /
r Collection of
Chinese Carpets
of the Weaver's Art
Schir, Kashan, Royal Kermanshah,
>shon Sarook, Feraghan, etc. Also
i Palace Carpets
in, Auctioneer.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS,
at 6 P. M.
ANI>i 1
est. 43d St. 1|
d ARMY-NAVY CLUB. \V
Person*! Direction of
e'durand I
lln-Beeter's Sana Soncl and IL
ratals Bojral. jfft
SINE M
^NCAISE jM
KNKRA \TI??\S. '.I
Sf rfninitfled'
IAflfi ted by Ltt iai>iui>i m
and ERNEST VAN DUREN ]
COUNTRY CU B ORCHESTRA |
DANCING NIGHTLY AT 9 9
ltrwood'i Versatile Octette. J
w for Now Yaar'i Eva |
1 "HiiWlP.'LJi J
An adveriiecmmt to Ihn Loet and
found columne of THE NEW TO UK
ihi:A LD of fere a real possibility of
ecovering your lost property,
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