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MK HIS1 ly? Yllif
[omen's I'i'cciiK't ^ ill Open
>ors To-day for Delinquents
an-I Hunaways.
jAS )f()!)KI{\ FACILITIES
ji 1 An Suyuc.sted by Mrs. Mary
Hamilton of tlie Department
Pat Into Effect.
Mrs. Mary Hamilton, a f'lm, Bray
eyed little woman, has perauailed tht
Department of Police to take a step that
not one of its representatives really
wanted to take. This stride, for it is
morn than a mere step, may be seen in
!is concrete form at 431 West Thirty
n-enth street, where yesterday the olil
-ign or the Twenty-second precinct was
about to he removed to muke w?y for
'he brand n w ons bearing the Imprint
"Women's Fre.* inn."
T|k doors will swing wide to delin
quents and others to-day. but the for
? nial opening of this deportment centre,
which Is to bo J'.lmost entirely in charge
of women, #iil not take place until
later Sirs, -iemilton was on hand yes- |
terday ouperintending the alterations of j
the old time and temporarily abandoned
building.
It was against the Inclination of the
representatives of the Police Depart
ment that .'!b" succeeded In establishing
:!ie first precinct devoted exclusively to
women. Mrs. Hamilton raid. She takes I
the victory calmly and is nlnnning for
other advancements. For Instance, sho I
.??aid: "I want to raise the ;-o:i? "woman's
job to a profession and take It cut of j
i'oMtles. Any one who regards a poll.'e
o i as a plum doesn't know much '
about it."
Mrs, Hamilton, who started in the
Department just after the mur
r of f: utli Or tiger, in Vd7. nid helped
to organize the Bureau of Missing I>r
?uons, lias actecj as to .Tolin
.\yres, chief of the bureau. ( ver l inee.
Her work included also investigating
EESORTS.
Westchester.
O T E
RAMATAN
... ,, , from (Ira,id Central.
60 electric train* dully. City con
veniences in the country. Grill,
I?f?n< ln*f Daily concerts. A>
commodates 4ftn.
Vfenri Pancliey & Son, Inc.. l>?*ec.
Lawrence Park, Bronxvill?, N. Y.
Atlantic City.
HOTEL
(T
Oetupjini: enUtv block of ncfiin front in
tht fashionable I'lielseu section,
Irrtl chambers with private hntfci
<frrsh and sen water), lllzh class orches
tra, cafe, prill, Ac. French chef*. liolf
prlvtteires. Autos inert trains. ItookM.
Open nil ve.ir. J. TV TTWMPSON CO.
ATLANTIC CITY.N. J.
: Aiv American. Plan. Motel,
fof DisimdioiUiui ReaiCon\idrt i
8 flREPROCF OARAt-R. j
* CAPACITY too. !Vflftcr./. /fuz'^
ROYAL PALACE
HOTELcCOTTAGES
orv. tKe BeA.cIv . Cr>.p.600
CONVENIENT TO ALL AMUSEMENTS
S^Bxtks-DJET KITCHEN-Orc^tTAl
.Family Pc\trorvo.<je Invited
>C.L Hanstcin LymanJ.YVatrou :
; f'rr unjpnt ilqi.
InAiianitc CtJ'ytitfx
iALAKAC
mi ^A*?ftHtr?/w>aA
MACK L-AT.? CO
..... "PriH
HOTtL BOTH WELL
Virginia nve., ?econ?t Iwuw from Uoar l. nl'.?
? nd Steel Pier. Every appointment. Highest
?tandard ta cuUtnu anil lervtc.'. Hooklet.
J. flOTHWELL.
iEi arlborottqMB k rtlKim
j,uke%%oo<l, N. J.
jjtfWJkM
rti*" . ? IT I
t,aurel-iathe Pines
LAKE WOOD. N.J.
SITUATED AMONG IDS, PINES ANO
OVERLOOKING LAKH CAfl AS.1LJ0
New 4tPaliu (nil imle (?olf
Course.Unr-i'lMicIc Ki.Jin?.Motor?ug,
Pirture-qu: V Mti'ir. Private
(rut?<?.<?. New Electro-hj drojberapy
Hath Systeir.
I'Vimli I'"- Mhnte, "??!?.
liAK'i LET 1' iiNJN
i \.xi:\vooi>. n, t
AMI in v. I1!. \V
""I - <11. illKMail.
riionf I tfl l-aUi'Ui.n-l. I v. KAtfN. Prop.
1DKAI. COUNT'RY I !0ME
Hotel Montclair
MOXTrt.AIK. X. .1.
M?w'T t>i.- h.iiti i i m atko
hi>ii?k.n riu iiorirr. in xkh
VIIRK'X St in lUts.
ot'i:n ".hi: i;.vTit:i: vr.\n.
OWKKI! ? 111P J' AN AO KM K.\T.
rttt i>'ttu ft i . llAl.t.
\Vit?liliisten. l?. t.
HOTEL GRAFTON
VA?i|||N?|V?X. ?> ? v il?*'? |> i?n ?? p*r
, rr. t- r u: But ;>? I ini. ?-?? 1" r
,**; * x' e'lonul till-. I. i ali'y locnte.1.
H M!tMN*''.T ?N MHI. -. rr'iprl'ttfir.
Mlelil.-mi.
aasirr ??mdc
v" u urn
WorM renowned tor Khetimitum, NervouiBcM
?sd ih?t rt-n-rfown cordl'ion. Oper. all the j??r.
T?'*r,iv n!l .'? from iJctroit. Write lot RonVlct.
rjiitinecs M?. C'emtr*. Wc'?
1 li.liu.l.
ftrltalfw. I'i'l1i>nlr llrl(Mi, 1 la.
f\ A tirmt IVlntrr Itpnort.
the homed of girls brought to the bu
' reau.
With the exception of Third Deputy
Police Commissioner Joseph A. Faurot
nearly all persons connected with the
women's precinct will be women. Mrs.
t Hamilton i? arranging to have two floors
' of the building made into clean deten
tion rooms. Over the men's and wom
en's cell* at the back la a gymnasium
where women desiring to join the force
will bo taught exercises, including Jiu
jitsu and Self-defence. They will also
t trained In first aid, social service
v irk and home nursing and will study
?nough law to enable them to present
proper evidence in a case.
i "In time wo expect to have uniforms."
Mrs. Hamilton added. "They will be
dark blue, made on straight lines, and
the .-hps will be i little different, more
becoming than the present style.
"I have outlined a programme that
includes three departments of activity.
They .'re the bureau of information,
which will be of service to women de
M iln- ein in matters where the police
1 !? ,1 serve; the location of rniaj
ii s . he conducted Iri conjurr;:
t ? regular bureau; general
p ! ? ?? -. deluding patrol arui de
i ml welfare work and edu
c-'ii . ? in.1, detention.
"T '< . iifolutety no place to put
a ? nt girl who has not been
c'v r" ?; i criminal offence, but is [
<!? .ild the cummandlni; ollicer.
t laklng them to my own
hop, ne of the runawav girls sit
u;> u night In the subway stations.
Tli' ! ? w "Subway" Nellie, who spent
live weeks this 'ray. Artu we had two
ir who lived Sor two months in the
C.. :tral Pari; cave. These girls can
come to us now and we will Investl
>.<? their cases, find out if their homes
are fit for them to live in and what
the other conditions are. There were
13,000 runaway girls last year."
VOTED WOMHV AID CUltlR PI *D
Mr.-. Carrie Chapman Calt, Miss Anne
Mo an, Mrs. Willard Straight and Mrs.
William Greenough have Joined th<
?.:a i.i Curie radium fund committer !
and are active in raising $100,000 with j
which to buy one gramme o" radium,
that Mine. Curie may continue her ex- j
perimonts.
FASHION SHOW HEAD
AND $15,000 SOUGHT
District Attorney Discovers
Promoter Is Now Awaiting1
Larceny Sentence.
The ears of James E. Smith, Assistant 1
District Attorney, were still throbbing'
*>lth the woes of various young ladies
who !?ought fame and fortune as models |
ind found neither at the recent Revue
le Fashion atop the Hotel Pennsyl
vania when he announced last night j
fiat he had reached certain definite j
:onclus! ns regarding the revue.
These conclusions-. summed up briefly,
ire that at least $15,000 has gone some
where and that he will ask John Chan
ling Bernard, promoter of the show,
ind a lawyer, whose name Mr. Smith
loes not care to mention, and possibly !
>ne or two other persons to explain I
low the revue was conducted.
Incidentally Mr. Smith let It be known ;
hat ho had ascertained that Bernard, j
whose whereaboutB have been a mattt r i
if mystery since last Saturday night, i
vhen the models made the discovery j
hat tlv funds out of which they had j
'xpected their pay had disappeared. Is
,iulcr conviction here and awaiting: pen
eroo on a larceny charge, and that
LUthorities In both Massachusetts and
sew Jersey would like to question him
ibout the promotion of certain enter
irises within their respective jurisdic
lons.
Another discovery which Mr. Smith j
nade relates to Mrs. Sophia Rosenberg, |
vho runs an establishment known at1 ]
he Claridge Shop, at lfi1 West 144th i
itreet. Some one g. ve her telephone!
lumber and Smith ailed her up to j
isc rtaln whether Phe had Information
vhlch might interest the District At- |
orney's office.
The receiver at Mr. Smith's ear sput- j
ered for several minutes, after which!
ART SALES. AET SALES.
.VOW* OS FX III IT ION
i (Clarke's
42-44 East 58th St. (Between Madison & Park Avs.)
From the collection of the
lim. HUNTINGTON WILSON
Formerly assistant Secretary of Stats,
Spccial Ambassador to Turkey, etc.
Choicc Examples of Early Spanish and Italian Cabinet Work,
The Deer Shooting Gun of Napoleon III,
small collection of
OLD JAPANESE PRINTS
including example# by Hirsoshige, Utamarau, Hokusai and others. Indo
Spanish Throne Chairs, Cassones, Beautiful Old Spanish Picture Frames,
Eas Reliefs, Old Church Column3, etc., etc.
Also
Many fine Kermanshah and other Persian Rugs, Spanish Wall Hangings,
a magnificent Tiger Skin Rug and other effects, the property of
CRAIG BIDDLE. Esq.
together with Modern Furniture and other luxurious appointments
FROM A FAMOUS FIFTH AVENUE MANSION.
The Sales by Auction Commence
Thursday, March 10th, at 2:30 P. M.
1 MR. AUGUSTUS \V. CLARKE WILL CONDUCT THE SALES
TP OPENING SESSSOfc THIS DAY %?
x BROADWAY ART GALLERIES ?
AUCTIONEERS : B.-oadway and 3Cth Street
AT PUBLIC SALE, COMMENCING
TO-DAY (Wed.), Mar. 9th, at 2
And three following day*
Tl ? Extraord'niry Furniture and Beautiful ART TREASURES, the properties of the
STUYVESANT ESTATE
by order of WOODROW T. KTIYVESANT
AND OTHER ART PROPERTY OF
WALTER PULITZER, Esq.
KIMTOrt AMI At'TTIOH
H RT1 iTIiPF- "ron?c M<iiiiiii-<1 Suite*. XVI., tat Knvplre and
1 r" Adnm reprodi:ct Inni. I IIIKAKT?Finely ( antd Inula
MV. IfRAWING KOOMS I.ouls XV. am! XVI. In tut velvet. French
K<nul>*..<nro IHnliiK Suite*.
C:TlPFPr> kRnN7V?i tnclu*Hn* ?st?rta Vlctow, br Merrle. Carrara
Oun.ri-j Dnunf.C.0 .Marble statuary by World's Noted Sculptors.
Kir!? flanging* und Tape*tr1e* ?fine C 'hliin -WUsn?Llnona?ljrt?,etr,?Antli|u?
anil modern I'erolan Carpet*. Including n fine Chine** Carpet exhibited.
V STEINWAY AND WEBER PIANOS
Fine Italian Furniture
('?' l"iu? at the F.xhlhltlon i-ntl Halo. .. .
Art Dei I era and Collortors attend, H. \ AN ERiNK, Auct rt
? OW ON EXHIBITION IN
SILO'S
Fifth Ave.
J- Art Galleries
?5OTOF10 E. 45th St.
S. W. COR.
Vanderbilt. Avt.
J?m? I'. BUd * Son. Atictlonnors.
i he Chait Collection
OF
Chinese Porcelains
Sir. S. Ohalt I* ref*|ni/wl m ant
of ?h? forrmont authorltlv* on
( hlnno I'nn I'lain* In tInlt-il
W*tw. Thl* ?*le In for-cl upon
htm by ?1"> >iim?iiltv of dl^pming
of Important jilwr^ through th#
rmulai- ch?nnrli In IbMt llnwi.
AT UNRESTRICTED
PUBLIC AUCTION
On the Aftarnoon of
SATURDAY. MARCH 12TH,
%T 2:31) r. M.
We Wi'I Continue Our Regular
Estate Sales o
Antique and Modern
Furniture, Oriental
Rugs, China, etc.
TOMORROW & FRIDAY.
March 10 nnd 11, at 2 P. M.
Together with an interesting Col
lection of Mezzotint Engravings.
< 'aUtogUi ii mailed cn request.
TO BE SOI I) AT U'CTTOJI
To-day (Wednesday)
and following nl ii I'. M.
AT THE
Wadrscr? Art Salaries, Inc.
37 East 60th St.,
H tween Marllaon i Park Av?.
ATTRACTIVE AUCTION SALE
< I>rl?lslln( of
Valuable Furnishings
< omprMng Antifinr Mnlmrtiny
1 utitnrr. Il-iitrm ItiK-t. i'nlntlnr*.
offlit- FnmHiirf, Broriart. Brie a
hrni'i Owntal Carpet* umi flag*.
Mirror*. ' (o. \
?iv YfKW TO r?l,E Ti n .
rnKUKItri K II. WANI'^l.,
AtifittoMir.
"'JffJ
SALES AT AUCTION.
Cor.
5th 9t.
Sale To-Day 2 P. M.
Also To-Morrow Friday and S*turd:>y
At the Gallrriet of
iFTH AVENUE fJSL.
AUCTION ROOMSmt
DESIRABLE
FURNISHINGS
For tho
Library, Living Room, Dining
and Bedroom in seta and odd
pieces.
Oil Paintings,
Etrhing?*, Engravings, Solid Sil
ver, Cut Glass. European Porce
lains, Embroideries, Velvets,
Jewelry, etc.
Oriental Rugs and Carpets
(>\ WBW CVTIL HOUR OF HAMS.
. Wallace H. Day, Auctioneer ~
: . 'Til' ?
not"SI". OPEN fob EXHIBITION TO-day
FINE FURNISHINGS
OF A PRIVATE RESIDENCE
MWonglnK to
Mr.. FANNY SCHOONHEERE
(wlio Will lior honv abrnnrii.
DAVID WINEGARDEN,Auctioneer
HAS HEBN IN.STIUJrTF.il TO KEU. AT
PUBLIC AUCTION
Tomorrow, March 10th, at 11 A. M.,
63 WEST 54TH STREET
KNTIRB f'ONTENTH OF III5H HOME,
niCHt^r t'riiNiHUBM THlt''UOHOUT.
Con?HitK in pnrt an follow*
HtHnwaj & Son* % >mln Mnrtlri nnd
<??>1(1 Pin no,
w"iTfi \n?n nnd t'lwk NrM,
Draw! -r row i i > Louii XV. Period,
Walnut Twin Bedroom Set, 15 Pieces
on. PAINTINOH. watko COLORS, FINIfi
prints nv weu. known a in iirs,
MAIIOOANY I'TNIHO room SET. 10
ft boss,
victor vi< Tnoi.A, puaybii piano,
empire h"fa.
Chinese and Oriental Rugs,
tvor.v AN!> OP.A S ENAMEL IIEI'room
FURNITURE, I'INK 'II1.VA, linens,
REA1, I.A''E MARFS. POMVlBRB8, CUIt
taini'. ETC
Catalogue.; on Premise*.
'I'lil* ?i?l" "hmilit mirrnnt the
attention of prlvnte InlHilitmili and
lor*.
An-Hnnrer'* Offtee, IW I nl*rr?iit? Waee.
T<-i. is"!' ft>iyv(want.
he Baid that Mrs. Rosenberg had Im
parted to him the fact that rive of thir
teen gowns ate had exhibited at the
revue were missing when the affair came
to it; tragic close, and that she earnestly
desires to hold some one accountable.
Other Information which Mr. Smith
<iid not care to make public related to
the "wounded soldier" feature of the
revue. He will ko further into this to
day, nd will also confer in his office
with Mrs. Rotnbwg. the manager of
the Hotel Pennsylvania, Frank L. Talbot,
one of the force employed by Bernard to
run the revue, and a committee of in
dignant models headed by Mies Elaine
Mi It;tosh.
SAYS BRIDE WAS 40, NOT 27.
\\ :tr Veteran Meeka Marriage An
nulment for Fraud.
J. 1 >. Pliyfe. a world war veteran of
Cold Spring, haa started an action fce
fui'*j Supreme Court Justice Joseph Mor
ehauser at White Plains for an annul
ment of his marriage to his French war
luide on the around that she nilsrepre
.-.inted her age. Phfye alleges his wife
declared she was only 27 when he pro
posed marriage, whereas he asserts aha
was 40 years old.
Mr*. Phyfo entered no defence. The
court has taken the papers in the case
and reserved decision. Tlie couple were
married eleven months ago in this
country after the plaintiff returned from
o\<- . ,ts. The suit la brought on the
tu,ound of fraud.
FALL KILLS I II II.II.
Meyer Drlnigler, 3 years old, of 321
Crimmlns avenue. The Bronx, fell from
the railing of a stairway leading from
Crimmlns avenue to Oak terrace yes
terday and was killed In a fall of eight
feet to the lower sidewalk. His skull
was fractured.
AMUSEMENTS.
WATCH PRESENTED TO
SPHINX CLUB FOUNDER
Members Also Give Loving
Cup to Oscar of the Waldorf.
The Sphinx Club celebrated Its twenty
fifth anniversary at a dinner In the
Waldorf-Astoria last evening and made
presentations of a gold watch to Fred
eric James Gibson, founder of the club, J
and a silver loving cup to Oscar i
Tschlrky, maitre d'hotel of the Waldorf.
The watch presented to Mr. Gibson is
of special construction, in consideration
of his Infirmity of blindness. Oscar's gift
j is a reproduction of the loving cup given
to him nine years ago and stolen from his j
! home during the last year. On its
ample surface are signatures of several
hundred club members, including the
names of those which were engraved on j
i the original. Collin Armstrong and R. F.
It. Huntsman, president of the club, made
the presentations.
Reminiscences of the development of
I advertising and the expansion of the j
Sphinx Club were related by Neweomb :
Cleveland, Charles A. Bates, and Manley
M. Glll im. .lob E. Hedges'delivered an
address of welcome in a jocular vein, and i
a minstrel show conducted by Harry H.
Good filled the programme of entertain- 1
ment. Four hundred mem>>- ? .U
quests attended.
ISO 9*,000 MOTOll FOR IvIS.NLOX.
The Board of Aldermen yesterday re
fused to permit the Board of Purchase
to buy an $8,000 touring automobile for
John Kenlon. Chief of the Fire Depart
ment. The Aldermen decided that it
should not buy a car without advertis
ing for bids and that Chief Kenlon
could use a cheaper automobile.
AMUSEMENTS.
??am
oAn Unsolicited Tribute from
FANNIE HURST
c-Author of "HUMORESQUE"
My Dear Mr. Rowland:
Metro Pictures Corporation.
I came away so thrilled and moved by THE FOUR
HORSEMEN OF THE APOCALYPSE that I had the same
feeling 1 experienced the first and only time 1 saw Sarah Bern
hardt. I didn't want to go home, but to walk miles and miles
under the spell of what I had seen. 1 may seem a bit superla
tive' in my appreciation of this film but to me it amounts to a
climax in the entire history of the screen. Last night marked a
birthday! The eighth muse had come of age. Mr. Ingram,
Miss Mathis, Mr. ibane:, every one in fact connected with the
mastcrpiecc, is to be congratulated to weave that enormous story
into a tapestry the sire of a motion picture screen, and at the
same time to keep its integrity of form, purpose and beauty is
artistry raised to the nth power.
I'm a rather querulous picture goer, not half satisfied
with conditions, but seeing the "Four Horsemen" has renewed
mv faith in the enormous potentialities of the screen.
Sincerely yours,
(Signed) FANNIE HURST
LYRIC THEATRE Twice Daily
Matinee Daily, 2:15
Sundays, 3:00
Evenings, 8:15
Matinees $1.50 to 50c
Evenings $2.00 to 50c
METRO
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ATOP THE TMOS. HKALY RESTAURANTS
MOST GORGEOUS BALL-ROOM IN THE WORLD
NOW OPEN WITH
A. BALDWIN SLOANE and his
CHALLENGE ORCHESTRA'
SENSATION OF THE YEAR
DINING 7 TO CLOSING DANCING
NO CO VER CHARGE 7 TO 9 RM.
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PARAMOUNT PICTURES
I VOL I
"The Gilded Lily"
B'way With MAE MURRAY,
at 49th9t. Rlvolt Concert Orch.
COMEDY WEEK.
Douglas MacLean
tn "CHICKENS"
FAMOUS RIALTO OHCH.
I ALTO
TIMES
SQUARE
Broadway
at 44th St.
Ilepinning Sunday
St i'
MARK
RK n
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CRITERION
llepinnino W
"THE FAITH HEALER"
with MILTON PILLS.
This Week?
BURIED TREASURE
with MARION DAVIES.
CAM10LM
World'flLarg^nt.MowtBrRutifulTh^ii.
inc?e-bH- "LYING LIPS"
_ CAPITOL GRAND ORCHESTRA.
Matinee* 3ftc-OOo. N'lglit-? 86c-Mc.
4th Frederic Warren
PALLAD | Longacre Theatre
CONCERT I SUNDAY, MARCH 13, at .T
I'J to 2r>e I Edith Frank, Frieda Kllnk,
Hata S' lmmann, Nonnnnn Jollff ami Oeorire
Relmhear. Mason & Hamlin Piano.
C0<?T?!PS
iiS'51, HIPPODROME
Ev*s 8 10 - IOOO PfOPtE - 100 NOVllTIf S
Kelth'a Ou* lMwarda and HI* A>i
A I a r rj nual Kong Revue, Natl
L n V EJ rillbalnlui. S>lv>a Clark,
Bryant 4300. ; Unmann &? Baldwin, othen
i.Dalb SMManil Ctuif. (Chic) Sal-.
30TII STREET THEATRE
To-morrow (Thursday) Aft., at 2:30.
YVETTE
GUILBERT
SONS RECITAL.
CHANSONS
DU CIEL ET DE I,A TERRE.
Tli knU at I Sox Office.
M?t. Tl.len Uw, lW.Ha, Ktrnh., I'lano.
BijouMatt.
A Play for Both Sexes!
DON'T GET MARRIED
DON'T GET DIVORCED
Until you've s?on the Sensational Drama
THE TYRANNTofLOVE
"The Moat Darlni; and Brilliant
Analyaln of Married Life Ever (Ringed."
With EateHf Wlnwood, Cyril K<i6htl<qr, I
Georttes Flateau. MarRar?t Dale.
A 47;lt S
Douglas Fairbanks
In Tin: NUT."
*TItAN 11 ORCHBHTIIA.
HENEFIT PERFORMANCE
Plaza Ballroom, Thtira., Mar. 10, II l."> a M
Yvonne DE TREVILLE
Marshall HALL
Rosa ROLANDA.
Ticket! at Hotel. W.rrf).
7*quwhA fsfefA'site,"
V. POWDER PUFF RBVufe.
,v|t|1 ?Tl""1? ("?"gl'lll' and .lark Pearl.
at'town HAT. 1? nn w .n Ht~ w""?th a*
TUESDAY EVE., >un< )i 1 8:1,
Son* Eerltal p p i f |?i
Oscar bLAGLE
Ma?0?i*HaroHn I'lano. Mgt.Nat'l Concert*.Inc.
Carneirie Hall, Tuea. Ev., March 15, at 8:15
The Only New York Rcciial
Hulda Lashanska
Ticket.- by mall from M. M. s i sin
1 earn**!'* Hall. Hnx Offli_e Rale l> "III* Mai ')
INSTRUCTION, COLLEGES, &C. INSTRUCTION, COLLEGES, &C.
ANNOUNCEMENT
The firm of Pace & Pace announces with pro
found sorrow the death of Horatio Nelson Drury.
An lectures and classes at Pace Institute will
be suspended until Monday, March 14, 1921.
BECOME A nocTon
nf Chlropraetlr and win financial and nodal I
faculty ati'! curriculum tmautpaawl.
Hill" fot 'I'-., rlptlv# booklet II. i
M.W YOtt i OI.I.KUK OF rMllWFRAtTK.
AS Y C U. Graduate ?tl?H eed-i where wtlser* !
fl.ll r. n Uf? :on.
IU Went * ?ntl St.
I
Languages
BERLITZ SCHOOL
Manhattan:
SB 30 fff.l rttJH *?re-{
llrnnhlyu;
termp mat PE nmrN ' a t*"aNY t'mh
."if M1MII.. U7 )VrM l.itti T-lrrti,
Sr. ratarial ?.raining; Individual
ln?tructlon. Write for C'atalnf
*
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AMUSEMENTS. j AMUSEMENTS. | AMUSEMENTS.
AMERICA'S FOREMOST THEATRES AND HITS, DIRECTION OK LKK AND J. J. SHU BERT.
The WINTER GARDEN'S
Greatest Laughing Hit!
?PASSING SHOW"
Pr?wntlr> ^Willie & Eugene Howard
MARIED rehsler-HAR BY WATSON
'?""'I'm-' h 1.1. Matinee to-m'w. 2:1ft.
Evs 8:30. Mats. To-day a Sat (4''1
(i tnififissador -
THE ROSE GIRL w^vrckllk3
and LYDIA LOPOKOVA in a new Ballet
by M. FOKINE.
nkv. Volt ICS prkttikst CHORus
CFNTR ai thea.,47tli& B'y. kvs.8:30.
v,e.1n 1 1v/vl Mato To^,ay & Hat. 2:30.
weeks p?p- Mat.To-Day 50c to $2
F. Hay cornstouk m Morris Gest Present
The London and Paris Sensation
*"v |?' | \//>i i in The Musical Show
delysia "AFGAR"
"lias taken New York by storm "TcliQra>?)
shtrouwers
* i il .(.(iperis .t 10:3(' for Dining a Daortn*.
playhouse4^fun^ay.
i ic vs. 8 15. m*ts. To-day & Sat.
p doitlti
^keane
in ROMANCE
jb?u Th..K.of Bwy. Kv*.8:20
tout M |S To-m'was l J 20
t" BROKEN wim
SKI? T.ik CRASHING akkoplam
ACTOR The*.. By & 45th St. ev
rtj 1 Mats To-daV (pou.) a !?
151 1/"ji t Theatre, vv. 4.'jlti St. Kvs. ' 0
oljv/c m:itineeh To-day ac Hat. 2:30.
JOHN GALSWORTHY'S
GREATEST PLAY
THE SKIN GAME
Sat. '2:26
HERSELF iudtrh:nu?hirly CORNERED
MATINEE TO-DAY. BEST SEATS #1.50.
SELWYN THEATRES s&$f.8t
i wvm Kvs.8:30. Last Week
l-ix w i 1N Mts .To-day&st.2:30
w""am Faversham '.nr^,^
tilk plttnoi: andthepaupei;
tl"j\yfj?<r^r? vt 8:30. Last Week
1 11 vltlo ?-v .Mats.Thurs.& Sat.
florence Edgar Selwyn's
Reed in "The Mirage"
Next moii. Night. Scats To-m'w.
A New mtislt al Play
THE RIGHT GIRL
44TH ST. THEATRE ^r%ay
Evenings 8:15. Matinees 2.1.5.
I). W. GRIFFITH Presort*
" W A Y D 0 W N E A S T "
Symphony Orchestra. All Seats Reserved.
LOl ISE DREW-?Carroll AfcComas is a
melation in "Miss Lulu liett." __
Matineos To-day & Saturday, 2:30.
Nora twfa 44th 8t- w* of
inn-a. fl'y. Evs. 8:30.
GHOSTS
"A Screaming Comedy."?Trie.
T W knt Y-fou RTII W K E lv.
The THEATRE GUILD Presents
MR. P I M PASSES BY
oinn t/^w or. W. 3ft th. Fltzroy 1522.
vjalxtxh-rw Kvs. 8:30 Mts. To-m'w&sa
BELMONT ^t
MISS LULU BET7
Bryant ?is.
Mats. To-m'w & Sat.
MAXIHE ELLIOTT'S
Eves, at 8:30. Mats. Wed. a Sat. at 2:30. /
Matinee TO-DAY at 2:30 ;
SPANISH LOVE;
EXTRA MAT. st PATRICK'S day \
m0r0sc0
theatrf.V\tet45?St
! FvsiiSoMaiiWrf.s*230
if
you 're
eager for one
real night of
FUN and are just
wishing for a show of
lively songs, comedy,
dances and all that goes
to make a laugh; Just
drop in and hear
NORA BAYES
sing
songs
at the
SHUBEHT
THEATRE.
'T i s J oily fun.
"HER FAMILY T.REE"
11th St. W. of B'way. Mts. To-day & Sat.
primppcc Thea.. 39. E.of B'y. Evs. s:4?>.
I iminv^loo Mats. To-day & Sat. at 2:30.
el
EMPEROR JONES
with CHARLES GILPIN.
SPECIAL MATINEES at the PRINCESS.
TO-M'W, FRIDAY, MON. & TUKS.
di F f' R E N T a
Sex-Starved Woman
HAVE YOU
"You should."
-.v. 1'. Times.
HOiBROOK blinn
AS a LOvttBif IAUCH*SK hah&T
?! THE BAD MAN
rnmcnv th?a sts
? v.urltl/T mat; fmuhvltti |
HAVE YOU SEEN MR. p r aa
"You should."?N Y. Times.
1 f I TINf.F west 4 2d st Eves. 8:45
i"" 1 vr-i. w*?t Qo. o !.i
LADIES NICHT
cehturv THEATRE
h\ S. & SA1. MM 50r to $2.50. ipoiv
*ALJ,s i V!'< tiigpect&ctc'MAT.
INTHE NIGHT WATCH |
booth aaw&stj'm0
THE GREEN
GODDESS
By WM. ARCHER.
Arliss
put TON ^ 48th ?t. Eves. 8:30.
1 uliu1n mts. To-<lay, To-m'w & Sat.
RENTER MADAME^IT |
mi'.tincos To-day ic Saturday 2 30.
?qtt AT atv/tt "samson k dklllah"
px^in-alvil w|th pnnllne i^r:l
Eli \VART> I'BLVAMY PARTRIDGE?
If I had a friend from Moose Factory or some
i thrr out- ?f-lhe-nav phre, with onlu one rrrninn
tr> spend in civilization. I should unhesitatingly
take Mm to see "Lulu liett."
SAM h harr1stsucce5ses
plymouthsg, ?i'tfjs:
LITTLE OLD NEW YORK
i flnftaprf w-48 St. Bry.23. ev.8:30
lurlllaokt iVU-, Woa A Sat. 2.30
GRANT MITCHELL
in "THE CHAMPION"
FIRST TIME ON ANY STAGE
MONDAY AFT., MARCH 14 &
LONGACRE THEATRE
SPECIAL MATS. r.
"THE HERO"
By Gilbert Emery.
With a Cast including
GRANT MITCHELL. KATHLEEN
MCDONALD, ROBERT AMES.
BLANCHE FREDERIC!, JETTA
GOUDAL i gr-nUAM luoas.
|
ileximotgn ^tav5sws2si
^illard^ack
aphi I n West 42d 8t. Eves. 8:30
arullu Mats. To-day & Sat. 2:30.
LIONEL BARRYMORE
"MACBETH."
JULIA ARTHUR
NEXT MON. NIGHT. Seats To-m'w.
PAT ROONEY & MARION BENT
Mutsica"lfntflyink "love BIRDS"
rn A 71717 W. 42d St. e VPS. 8:30 ! i'hono 3 i
r lx/\xi_j_. mats. Wed. & Sat. 2:30lbryant.
i rttpi BLlC,hv"m-:i'i >Its.To-dy& Sat.2 30
iWest 42d8t.| JOHN (iOLDEN Presents
i 1g RACE LA RUE and
1IALE HAMILTON
Dear Me
jlittle
itheatrjt
I West 44 St.
Th* 1st Year
Eves. 8:30?
Mts.To-<1ay.Thur?. & Sat.2:30
Greenwich Village xth srx^fb Ave.
MVVT MONDAY EVE?SEATS NOW.
SURVIVAL the FITTEST
broadhurst
sr. OVER THE HILL
By Will Carlcton. Directed by II. Mlllarde.
TICKETS
FOR ALL THEATRES
50c ADVANCE
Tho
Original
TYSON & CO.
ESTABLISHED 1859
1472 B'WAY. 4U8U Bryant
lOOB'WAY. 9100 Rector
NEW YORK'S LEADING T HEATHER AND S U C C E 3 S F. S
I New A*nster<lam at. 8:1G. Mnt*. Wed. ?V 3?t.
Mat.TO-DAY.5Qc. to $2.50. m^;EK
FMPIRF R'way U 40 St. Evs. at 8:15.
Mats. To-<l?y & Sat. 2:15.
RUTH
CHATTERTON
"BARBIE
AT HIS
BEST."
'?Herald.
MARY
ROSE
? rail bi. r.v?*s. ? . i.?.
Mat*. To-m'w X Nut. 2:15.
Lionel Atwill "DEBURAU*
LYCEUM Th^.W. ?th?t. Ev.1.8 :-0.
' '??. To-m w & Sat. 2:20
MAIBE^^bu
THE TAVERN
So this Is SMIy?The apple of your "ye.
? IRFPTY Wwl 42 Street. Eves, at 8:15
LIDl..r\ 1 I pop Wert. & Sat. 2:20
?gya ?????V'K cort
!#*>! 9 I Mm I LauretteTaiiior
In tho musical comedy hit. "Lady Billy" (| PfcO 0"MY HFAPTI
BEST SEATS TO-DAY. MAT. $21 " J -WLtv "KSSilnAS
SEGFEiO production
KABBYN MILLER
LEOM ERROL.
" Bo* Offices Open
Until Q JO PM
NEW AMSTERDAM ROOK at l?.V 11. NEW
^BFTolFFf n?^LOCK -nd
Dh.TTr . / ?*^-WWDMIGWT FROirt
utnnor .it ;?Odncing?t ipper at Tl
THE TAVERN
I running to the Ciapltol wmul to the teeth
CORT WEST_48th ST. EVS. 8:20.
<?
feu*
? SAM HHARRIfSllClESSES i
HENRY MILLER'S ..J'w ""f.
Evs. N:20. Mallneon To-m'w & Sat. 2:20.
MRS. FISKEjqnTtS
KLAW THEATRE^^S;
Matinees To-day & Saturday nt 2:20.
FRANGINE LARRIMORE
NICE PEOPLE'
In RACHEL t
CROT1IERS' *
Now Play,
ISAM HHARR1S"""
MATS Wf.D ? SAT
ST
3O-BRYANT0M?
ceMsras
HUDSON EVTNINCS t 50
' Mts. To-day & Set. 2 :::o
jficiwai
vifhOTTO KffUGERand MAPlQN COAKLgY
iGA?mUANr^ ?Mr?4?Meio
/V yVrinn Mts.To-day*Hat.J 30
THE TAVERHI
I MATS ALL THE SHOOTING FOB?
(i.ViKTV. H'v .V 4?1 St. Vi \\ kI I d A Mj.t
JOHN GOLDEN presents
p FRANK ?JLTUVAVLJJ
DACOKI^^^mfm
THE TAVERN
There 1* no struggle when l?olh utned.
MH1K. Evs. 8 ..'10. Atats. 'I odai * 2:30.
3? FRED STOW ?tip-top''
KNICKERBOCKffiKV^^,",5
GEO M. C0HAN3 COMEDIANS
I E ?* r ta
? (13 N r IT A (,RAHO OLD NAME ? >
THE TAVERN
AM I UN" TRIAL FOR MY Lll'E/
J
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4H AVI FTS MUSICAL and
? -TILLIJ "IMHUWI.SE
By CLARE KtTMMER.
?gp.ii i d from beginning to end."World
Mts. 1'iHtay. To-m'w,>r.on. .v l'nw.2:.'IO
PUNCH & JUDY
ROLAND YOIJNG
- ROLLO'S WILD OAT
EVERY EVE. & FRI. & PAT. MATS.
'METROPOLITAN
TO-NIGHT. 8 (First time) THE POLISH
I JEW<"fiaBells"). Delaunola,Howard ;C)tam
leo, Caupvilcan, Leonliardt?Bodauzky. HE
CRET OK SUZANNE. Bort; Scottl?Papl.
I TO-M'W MAT.. $1 to $4. AIDA. Muzlo, l*aa- I
I Izail, Crlmi. Zanclle. Mardones?Moranzonl.l
nil RS. at 8,~BLUE BIRD. Eo-ton, L>. lau
; nols. Ellis, Herat; Rothler, Chalmers?Wolff.
! FRI. at P. CARMEN. Farrar, Borl, Galll;
' Harrold, Whltehlll, Ananlan?Wolff.
I SAT. at 2. RIGOLETTO. Chase. Perlnl;
Hackett, Do Luoa, Hothler?Moranzonl.
SAT., 8, Top Prices, DON CARLOS. Feralta.
Gordcyi. Galll: Crlmi, Panise, Dldur?I'apl.
I MON. at 8, POLISH JEW ("The Bells"). De
| launol.s. Howard ; Chandue. Caupolican, Leon
j hardt?Bodanzky, FoI'd by I/ORACOIX). Borl,
' Arden: Harrold, Seottl. Dldiir?Moranzonl.
j WEI >. MAT. at 2. $1 to $5, 7.AZA. Farrar.l
IHownrd. Crlmi. I"1 Luon ? Moranzonl. '
! WED. at S, TROVATORE. Muxlo. Gordon:
| Kingston, Danlse, Mr.rtlno?I'anl.
HARDMAN PIANO USED.
MANHATTAN J&uw
PAVLOWA
THE INCOMPARABLE
BALLET RUSSE
AND
HEP.
! op':nin-g TO-MORROW NIGHT
1- PERFORMANCES ONLY
Ending Saturday, March II).
Mutlneeg; ?aT.. WED. .".ml SAT.
All Performance* $1 to $.'!
Except Sat. Nlitht*. ?'I to $.1.30,
Management FORTUNE GALLO.
MEMGELBERG
CONCERTS.
national S yphony Orchestra
V -\'IGHT at 8:15
Concerto Grogso; SCHOEN
BERG, "Verklaorlu Nacht"; WAGNER.
"Lohengrin" Preludo; R. ?TItAL7S8,
"Palomo's Dance" and "Don Juan."
CARNEGIE
HALL
CORELLI.
?Loudon Charlton announces*
FAREWELL
TOSCANINI
and LA SCALA ORCHESTRA
CARNEGIE HALL, Friday Afternoon, March |8,at 3
AT BOX oi'KH'E
M 11 I \ V n M.I. Thurs. Aft.. Mar. JO, at St TOWN HALL. Mon. Eve., Mar. 14, at 9:15.
AI.1. J m a r% /A 1?? I-1 IN J' ?INT PIANO AND VIOLIN RE< 1TAL
SAMAROFF
In fltx:h Recital of Beethoven I'lano Soi atas
:'rriKram includen "APPASsn >NATA."
AND
(Htelnway Piano.)
Mall orders Ixiudon Charlton, Carnegie Hall. (Mason # Hamlin Piano.
GABRiLOWiTSCH
SCHMULLER
HUN. EVE., MAR. 13: TUE8. AIT.. MAR. K
Knfot*< RACHMANINOFF J'ianfcit
POPULAR PRICKS, St.'H- EVE., 2r>c TO I
THK KNA11E 13 THE OFFICIAL PIANO.
NEW YORK SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA
WALTER DAMROSOH Conductor
Historical Cycle ut Carnegie Hall
To-morrow (Tliurs.) Aft. at 3 and Frl.
Eve. at B :1ft.
AMERICAN COMPOSERS
Chadwlck, MacDon < U, Carpenter,
I.oeffler. Grlffes, Dam roach, Powell.
Soloist P/'^\Arl^l I f'ompostr
JOjIN rUVVCLL J'lanlit
Aeolian Hall, Sun. Aft . Mar. 13. at 3.
Soloist Pianist
IGNAZ FRIEDMAN
Glinka, Mendelssohn, Roger-DticaMe, Chopin
Tlrkets at Offi^s. U?i. Kny^s, Mkt.
Philhar^.'oniC
STR \NSKY Conducting
Carnegie Hull. To-m'w (Thur) Ev., at 8:30
"PATHETIQUE"
FrMnv Afternoon, March It. nt 2:30.
HKKTHOVIIN I'nOCiTlAMMB l
ALEXANDER SCHMULLER
Violin flotolst. 5
Biinday Afternoon. March 1", nt
JOSEPH SCHWARZ
Russian llarlton;1.
I'l'.LIX F. LEIFEI.W .Manage
Aeolian Hall. This Sat. Aft. at 3. March 12
Last Pianoforte Recital This Season by Harold
BAUER
Seats Now at BoxOff 7.V tofJ. Mason&Hamlln.
Mannnement Metropolitan Musical Bureau.
T" 'V N HALL. KUNDAV AFT.. MARCH 13 I
Concert of Piano Compositions hv ERNO
DOHNANYI
,Vfn: and fnferesttno f'roprnm
CHICKBRING PIANO. Mgt. Jules Dalber.
APOLLO THEA., Hun E\c., Mar. 13, at 8:30
Last Appearance this Season of
RUTH DRAPER
IN ORIGINAL CHARACTER SKETCHES.
Tickets $2 .Vi to J1. _ Mgt. J. R. I OND.
|]P Aip f I3M East S7t!t St. _ Evs. 8:1,1.
"THE TIE THAT LIBERATES"
TO-DAY AT'
CONCERT OF MUSIC FOR VIOLIN
K0CHANSKI
TICKETS AT BOX OFFICE
Direction George EnglM. ItrtnWfcy Phtlfl 1
CARNEGIE HALL, SAT., MARCH 12. nt_2.30 i
MADAME and MISS LOUISE
HOMER
TOGETHER IN RECITAL. (Pt lnwsv Pl.no >
MARCH 26
kreisler!
Tlettfts now at Hox nfftne.
t?lr"ctlon O. J. Foley. Stoliuvny I'iano.
A 1
BROOKLYN AMUSEMENTS.
IT A P A ,ln.r nev Fulton ?atri>ef
^lrtrv Mac Dally. Tel Trlvmli I .!
'Mnl THE BIC. SENSATION
SUNDAY: Two? !ll< Com >rts TV.-,.
RELIGIOUS ADVERTISEMENTS.
8
Dr. Grant
Durins Lent will tpeak ot>
WEDNESDAYS, AT S P. M..
"WHAT SOME GREAT
MODERN THINKERS
SAY ABOUT GOD"
SUNDAYS, AT 11 A. M.,
WHAT IS RELIGION.ITS
ORIGIN AND METHODS
At r.hurrh of the Ascensinn

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