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Mission to Philippines Will
Include Investigation of
Defence Outlook.
Special Despatch to The New York Ubiui.d.
Snv York Herald Bateau. I
tTiiinhlncton, l?. r., March 8. )
The American naval policy Is Involved
In the m.selon of Major-Gen. Leonard
Wood to th? Philippines, according to
reliable authority on naval affairs.
The question which he Is expected to
study is whether the dfvistoit of the
fleet authorize*! during the administra
tion of Josephua Daniels shall be con
tinued and what other disposal shall
ho maiio of the fleet with reference to
the naval defence of the islands and
America's position In the Pacific.
The division of the fleet lntp two
squadrons has been regarded with
scepticism by naval strategists who have
argued that the Panama CtvJjal is hardly
a sale line of 'communlcitljtl and that
the division ot the fleet T*c?tmT!y re
duces the power of the navy one-half.
The question of raval pul!cy is ona
which will centre in the White House in
the last analysis. The Ad>nlnistratlon
already has made It plain that It believes
It wise for the United States to po.*>se#a
u strong- navy, but the degree of its
strength Is yet to be determined. While
the Administration may propose, Con
gress finally will dispose, so far as naval
construction Is concerned, und the Ad
ministration. undoubtedly vvlahes to for
tify Itself with all possible expert opin
ion.
The question of a divided fleet, one
basing In the Atlantic anil tlie other
in the Pacific, is one of the most vexing
ones with which naval experts have had
to contend.
While It is believed It would be wiser
to have the fleet united under given
conditions, there is a genuine difference
of opinion as to whether or not it Is
essential to have the fleet strongly rep
resented on the Pacific side at all times.
This whole situation calls striking
attention to the fact, naval authorities
believe, that the United States Is not
endeavoring to dominate the seas with
Its navy, even with Its Increased build
ing programme. They point out that the
necessity of protecting two coasts, with
a precarious line of communlca
ietween them, reduces tlie parity
f American fleet with that of other
?. tic s to thivt number of vessels which
rc< I cated on one ocean or the other.
ECKHARDT TO RETURN
AS ENVOY TO MEXICO
German Diplomat Figured in
Zimmermann Expose.
Beiu-in, March 8.?Hetnrloh von Eck
! hardt, former Minister to Mexico, will
return to the pom he formerly held In
that country. Since his return here, in
1919. he has been in charge of the Span
Ish-Aincrlcan division of the Foreign
Ofllca.
Von Eckhardt was credited with being
the director of violent antl-American
propaganda in Mexico by pro-German
and German owned papers during the
war. It was to him that Dr. Zimmer
mann. then German Foreign Secretary,
I sent a menage dated January 19. 1917,
, through Count von BernetorfT, propos
: Ing an alliance with Mexico and, Japan
i to make war on the United State* If the
| latter country did not remain neutral.
BAKER MADE A COLONEL.
?i* Secretary Honors Predecessor
for Hit W*r Services.
| \nrri.-f LJrspati h to Twr Nu? Your Hanut.p.
N>? Vorlt II<? mill Bnrean, I
W ashington, l>. Miirrli 9. )
Newton D. Baker. Secretary of War
, In the Wilson Cabinet, wa? appointed
to-day a Colonel In the Judge Advocate
G^n-xal's Department of the Army, Ke
?? nerve Corps. ' w
The announcement was made by Sec
' retary of War Weeks that a commis
: slon had been sent to Mr. Baker In Ills
i home ir\ Cleveland, with the request
j that he accept It In recognition of lils
j service In the "War Department during
| the war.
ROOSEVELT IS SWORN IN.
Becomes Aumtstfint Secretary of
(lie Xnry.
Washington, March 9.?Theodore
Roosevelt was sworn In as Assistant Sec
j retary of the Navy to-day within a few
hours after confirmation of his nomlna
I tion by the Senate.
| He immediately received the navy
I officers and civilian employees on duty
j at the department.
| PANAMA PLANES RETURNING.
*lx of Ihe Sural Filers on Way
to San Dlrgo,
San* Francisco, March 9.?Six naval
seaplane*, Nos. 1, 2, 3, 6. IS and 16, of
the group making the flight from Pana
ma to San Diego, have arrived at Bar
tholome Bay, Lower California, accord
ing to a message received here to-day
by the naval radio.
The message said that airplane No. 8
was being towed by the destroyer Pal
mer to Hipolito Bay, Lower California,
to change tier master gear.
TELS AND RESTAURANTS, f HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
H0C6C n?CR?RCJinD
FACING BEAUTIFUL CENTRAL PARK
5TH AVENUE AT S9TH street
NEW T O R K ' S MOST SUP K K II LOCATION
Charming Apartments of two, three, four and five rooms offered
until Oct. 1st. Newly decorated and refurnished throughout.
NETHLRLAND RESTAURANT. HIGHEST CUM. Phone Pliu 3700
Great northern fiotel
118 West 57th Street and 109 to 121 West 56th Street
Charming Apartnirot* of two, thr?e. four ami five room* now offered until
October lit. It is advisable to make your leases now.
Great Nor'hern Restaurant. Highest Class. 'Phone Circle 1900
2ST32
SSI WEST 57TH ST.
NEAR CIRt LK.
TWL. COLUMBUS SUM.
PETIT JEAN
LUNCH. ?0o.
DINNER. ?0c.
SUN. DIN.. $1.00
F 0 L I E S
BERGERE
50th St. and Broadway.
(Atop Winter Garden)
Featuring
The Famous Original
Dixieland Jazz Band
A treat for those who love
to dance to the strains of
real m usic.
Opens Nightly at 9.
Tel. Circle 2330
Brett or>CAall
Broadway, 85th to 8bth St.
NEW VOKK
Subway Rla(Inn at N?tl? Street C.nr.
itkiKH Station?Two tilo'ks '?nth <t
Lmnn and \4?it AUraeltrt Mullo i| Unit
i.viutnit-,1 In AU urti
I HMrd
E*ception*!ly lant'., quiet rooms with
bath and spacious closets, giving all tie
comfort* and advantages n( tf? best M. Y.
<titv hotels at reasonable rates.
RESTAURANT OF lIK.IIMf *TINI?.
AHI> AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES.
* ? ? n
?
THE CAMBRIDGE
?a WRST ?W1II MT.
NKW APARTMENT HOTEL.
ITWt IJMSHEI) S| tTRS ON I.KASR.
t ROOMS ft HATII, 9I.MM UP.
S ROOM* * IIATII, M.m I P.
' RESTAURANT A I.A ' ARTE.
Under same man*Kein?M Hotel Langdoti.
E II cmatillon.
Peopw *o wber* Uu x Obtain
HOTEL ORLEANS
10.? Ml>r W'TII ST
I 2 .1 ROOMS
flellghlfnllv loentefl. Very Imlfire rules.
The Tourai ne
9-11 EAST 39TH STREET
NEW YORK CITY
An apartment Hotel catering to
patrons who desire exclusive sur
roundings. Several desirable
furnished apartments by the year
or shorter period.
restaurant A LA CARTE
A. R. SMITH, Prop.
Formerly of the St. Retfs.
HOTEL WEYL1N
S.E. Cor. 54th St.&MadUon Av.
Situated In Exrlualv*
lte?ldetittal Section
Superbly Appointed Suites
Permanent an J Transient
Accommodations,
f si eptlonnlly l.erje Rooms
and Abundance ?f t'laiHi
l eases May Be Male f-?r
I nf?irnl*hed Suite* If ISeslrsl.
RKSTAt BA T CIRO
t. THUS. IIUSHI'LL. Mirr .on Pr?*ml*es
hotel martba
Washington
30 Eist 30th Street
Near .Mb Avenue
Newly Decorated Throughout.
:gjt Women Exclusively.
Attractive R staurani.
??iirrnrtifFTH
gig *&:
Sown louse
Central Park West and 67th St. 8
fl.vernl l*?lrablr ?
2 and 3 Room Suite* j|
To sublet for Hummer Sense i N. w I
A vallablf ?
also sinuXk riO'ivis.
EX I ELLEN* (I |h|MC. ?
? Table flilnlf nod a la t'irte ?
'4 Louis J. Rousselot, Manager '
taMMMMnr
HOTEL
ENDICOTT
COLUMBUS AVE..?lst to 82d ST.
One Block From Central Park.
Desirable Apartment* at
Special Spring Rates
W Have you Tried Our Sunday Dinner?
Hotel Maryland
104 WEST 49TH ST.
I-2-.1 ftooiri Apartment*, all with baths:
by day, wesh or month; moderate prices;
first claaa service; family or transient;
resta'irant on premises.
Under pet?r>nal management of
Mr. J. Kit IE HERO, for pa?t 15 year*
with Hotel Aator.
Nov Park llmtte
elevation: 4.1 mln
'?ohmiytat Ion pi<?
1 refinement. PhoiK
Taylor.
CbeCallV RO;?,hF;r FOURTEEN EAST SIXTIETH ST
**,M' ' * BTl A h?..l MM!.. > ?
AtTTiAN'ia CfteCailv-hona
CHICKEN OR STEAK 1?I>NER.
WATTI ES TO MlillT ?
A residential hotel, oppoalta the fifth Av*'
nue antrwuce to Cfntral I'ark.
BAORn * BABCOCK. Props.
\
PRESIDENT'S DOGTOR
TO STUDY WELFARE
Will Investigate Health, Edu
' cation and Justice as Affect
ing Nation.
1 Special Dispatch to The N?w Tomx Hzuij).
New York Hrr*ld Bnnka, j
Washington, U. March 9. {
The nomination of Dr. Charles E.
i Sawyer of Marion, Ohio, designated by
President Harding to be the Whltfl
! House physician, to be a Brigadier-Gen
era! in the Medieval Reserve Corps pf Hits
Army, was received to-day by the Sen
ate. The nomination was referred to the
Senate Military Affairs Committee, and
it was said by Senator Wadsworth
' (N. Y.), the chairman. It will be oon
; Armed speedily.
I The question was raised that the law
i governing such appointment* requires
the oandidate to be botween the og^s
of 21 and 60. whereas Dr. Sawyer is 62.
It developed that the Department of
Justice ruled on this objection, holding
j that since the United States technically
is in a state of war the limitation does
not apply and the appolntmeht conforms
with the lesral requirements.
The White House Issued an official
stnument concerning the appointment:
"President Harding has long since
been convinced that the affairs relating
; to public welfare, such as public health.
. education and social Justice, are so ln
' timately related and so vital to the na
! tlon's perpetuality that he has decided
; to begin at once a careful survey of ail
I matters pertaining to these subjects.
"That there may be no delay he has
nominated Dr. Sawyer of Marion, Ohio, a
man of long and practical experience in
such matters, to a Brlgudier-Oenoralcy
in the Medical Corps of the U. S. Army,
thereby no! only securing the services of
Dr. Sawyer an physician at the White
I House -when professional attention is nec
essary, but also giving to him dlrecet au
thority to make a thorough investigation
of the needs of these subjects and to
present the accumulated facts with suoh
suggestions as his observations may
warrant in bringing about a concrete
plan of coordination and most efficient
i and economic operation of these affairs.
Dr. Sawyer's duties are to begin imme
diately."
Dr. Sawyer as a Brigadier-General
will receive $6,000 base pay. with allow
ances which will bring the total to
J7.612 a year.
RESORTS.
SUPERIOR.ATLANTIC OIL
DEAL ASSAILED IN COURT
Holders Charge Stock Trans
fers Below Value.
Wilmwotoh, Del.. March ?.?A bill of
oomplatnt was filed In the United States
| District Court here to-day against the
Atlantic Reflnln* Company, a Pennsyl
vania concern, and the Superior Oil
Company, a Delaware corporation, al
leging that the former, by reaaon of Its
control of the offices of the latter, had
succeeded in obtaining transfer of many
shares of stock of the Superior Company
at a price below Hu real value. The
case, which Involves several million dol
lars. U sot for March 45.
The complainants are Marshall Hodl
g'.an, St. bourn; George S. Hulbert.
East Orange, N. J.; George I. Seldman,
Percy Heir, man, E. Felix Shaekan,
Edna J. <?eorge, Arthiir Lubln, Isaac
Pallay and Emmanuel Rosen, all ol New
York They ask that the transfer of
326.000 shares of Superior stock to the
Atlantic company be rescinded, that the
latter be required to pay damages and
that contracts be declared Illegal.
INSTRUCTION, COLLEGES, AC.
U. S. Secretarial School
M2-J44 FIFTH AVE. (45TH ST.)
Tn? oldest and pre-eminently the moat sac.
cessful. Prepares for end obtains *xcellent
secretarial positions. Writt /or Catalog la
BOOKKEEPING CLASS Commence* FEB. IS
Thorough trainlr.c to qualify for complete
Chan;? of book* In any business. Enroll.
BROAKEH \ -?> HM1DT. 63 FIFTH AV?.
COURSES IN AOVANCBD ACCOtNTINO.
International Aevoonianta Society,
HOC TRIBUNE BI.DG., N. V CITY.
accountancy classes farming.
! PACE t PACE, 30 Church mreet. Naw_York.
! NEW YORK COLLEGE MUSIC, 103 W. T2<?.
: N?CW YORK CON. ML'dlC. 1X4 B. ISth.
j
DANCING.
I)tlcitc C. Swenty
SCHOOL OF DANCING
SPECIALIZING IN MODERN
BALLROOM DANCING
Export Instruction wltb correction of
faults inspire? oonfldence and enable*
one to bccome very proficient lo a few
U'Stion*.
NORMAL COURSE FOR TEACHERS
Certificate* and Diplomas Awarded
Pbunrs Flaxa SB 12?2723
?J E OTII ST.. at (ITU AVE.
I
RESOETS.
^Jhe^Manacjement has pleasure in
announcing that the
HOTEL CECIL
LONDON
7s c~Now Open
Cablegrams ;
"Hetel Cecil, London.'
For Tartj!
Apply Manager
Lakewood. N. J.
Atlantic flt?.
LAUREL -410USE
UKEWOOD.N.J.
On the Wings of Spring
Come thoushln of Ultrwmd. cen
tering quite nalnrully about laurel
Hmi?f-hiiirii Through tile Ymr?
(he gathcrlnc-plnc* of i> discrimi
nating rllMilelf; a bouse which re
flect* In Its nerj environ a history
of anluue hotel prestige, n heritage
faithfully preserved lo the dcllirht
nnd advantage of Itit distinguished
patronage.
Tlwrc I* an alluring c.iiarm Ml
now.
Outdoor aport* ara at :'.w!r ?? '*t.
Tminla?Rldlng?Motorl ig an<l
THE SPORTIEST OF GOLF
Oyer Amfrii*m'n Flneat Resort
Courae.
Telephone?Lakewood 43*1.
Booklet?"I?owa Through the Year*"
a. j. mi it thy c. v. xmrinr
Mgr. A??'t Mgr.
New Hotel IJInlierf, ljtk>'nood.
"t^ke?T<M?d'? newest *nd moat beautiful hotel."
ty>ng IslantL
Garden Qty
Hotel
OARDICN (ITT, LONQ IIUNS
An ?*rlu?l\v suburban hotel SI mUes from
New YofH; ffrrjuenl MOCtriO train **rvlc*
from Penh.
MTt'iAi wivrrn ihtf,* no?, to m\y.
J I \ W|X < ?> . Prop*
Jiew ,tri se>,
PUDDING STONE INN
?uceeaaful TV'"V Kn.u. open all year. Folder
O. N. VINCENT, Boonton, ft. J.
Occupying entire block of ocean front la
the fashionable Chelsea section.
3no bed chamber* with private hatha
(fresh nnd sen water). High class orches
tra. eafe, (frill. Ac. French chef*. Ootf
privilege*. Auto* meet triiln*. Booklet,
Open all year. J. B. THOMPSON A CO.
? ATI^I^ICCITY.N.J. I
lAivAnver icaix Pla a Hotel
ofDisimrtiORMvi RfalComfirt
?rnunNov oaraoi. I
CAMcmr ?oo. WaflrerS-JJfmQr
ROYAL PALACE
HOTELtCOTTAGES
on. tk? B?&ck. CvpGOO
CONVENIENT TO ALL AMUSEMENTS
S?*B*tk. DIET KITCHEN Orck?ha|
Family PatroriAqe lrwited
CL.HAfrtTtiM Lthan J.Wat pot's
JZssiOaai
cIom to Baacn
al
way* open. Capacity 300. Privet ?
bathe, running water In room*,
elevator, ate. Bp- la! winter rate*.
B?i klec alhert H. Harwell.
GRANDATLANTIC
NEW OWNERSHIP MANAGEMENT
Virginia ave., near beach. Cap* Itjf, WW.
Private hatha, running water, elevator. 14.01
per day up Special weekly. Booklet. Auta
?lceta trains
O. D. PAIMTHI. BABOT.n I.A.VDON.
Hoimhurst hotel
Pennsylvania Ave., r.loaa to B
and Steel Pier, central location
LBT Da Make In F??l at B?aie ta tta
"CKy oT MgM Health."
HOTEL MORTON
Ocean Knd Virginia At, Capacity JH.
?I'vator Private Bath*. Ac. Always epoaw
Ezra C. Ball Jk Paul M. Cop*. Propa.
(IftelBTeakers
ON OCKAN FRONT. FIREPROOF.
American and ICumpean Plana.
7a
TRAYMORE
I VJorldk Gr+*te*t Hotm
ATLANTIC
CITY
Greatest Hot*! Succtt$
McBRIDES
theatre ticket offices
TIMES SQUARE WEST
A GOOD many of
McBride's patrons
are the men who used
to lose several hours a
week trying to get good
matinee seats for their
wives. For with the sav
ing of time and trouble
is a saving in money?
because at McBride's
you pay box office
prices, plus 50c a ticket
for service?not a
penny more.
Hotel MoAJpirt Waldorf-Astoria
Tt Brwdmr lt?S Broadway
PHONE 1100 BRYANT
R
AMUSEMENTS. '
PARAMOUNT PICTURES
I V 0 L I "The Gilded Lily"
B'way with MAES MURRAY,
at 49th f*t. Rlvoll Concert Orch.
FAT TH COMEDY WEEK.
1 r\ Lj 1 \J Douglas Mac Lean
TIMES "CHICKENS"
SQUARE FAMOUS HI AI-TO OUCH
Broadway
at 44th St. |
Beginning Sunday
R
CRITERION
Bei/inning K
"THE FAITH HEALER"
with MILTON SILLS.
Thla Week?
BURIED TREASURE
with MARION DAVIES.
A Play for Both Sexes!
DON'T GET MARRIED
DON'T GET DIVORCED
Until you've seen the Sensational Drama
the TYRANNY of LOVE
"The Moat Daring and Brilliant
Analysis of Married Life Ever Staged." ]
With Estelle Wlnwood. Cyril K?-Ightley, I
Georges Flateau. Margaret Dale.
96TH ANNUAL EXHIBITION
NATIONAL
ACADEMY
OF 0ESI6N
FINE ARTS
GALLERIES
21.r? West 57th St.
NOW OPEN.
10 A. M to 6 P. M.
Sundays 1:30 to r. P. M.
Admission no Cents.
Mat.Today
?'ton (iood <1
Or. Seats
HIPPODROME
Ev*? a io - iooo pfopit - ioo NOvtiTirs
GOOD TIMES
- AT ? THE -
PB K. Keith's tills Edwards anil Ills An
A I A T C| nual Song Revue, Natl*
A L M Bllbalnlta. Sylvia Clark,
Bryant 4300. Bronaon St Baldwin, others
Mt- Dally 25c-$l. 1 and Cliaa. (CliU-) Sale.
Q T WATA Ttf HI Douglas Fairbanks
i\ 1 re. 1\ II In THE NUT."
B'way & 47th St. STRAND ORCHESTRA.
RESORTS.
AthtnUe City.
Pure
Genial Sunshine goto
AMffiCCITY
new ocresev
Breathe that undiluted ozone,
wafted straight from the billows
of the broad Adantic; pure?
strengthening and invigorating. It
fills you with the joy of living and
fits you for the strenuous duties of
your work-a-day world.
Come, play a while by the
ocean, enjoy the sunshine and
exercise your muscles in some
outdoor sport ?all arc here
for your special benefit.
GOLF. HOUS: HACK RIDING. ROLLER
CHAIRING, MOTORING, SWIMMING
POOLS. THEATRES. PIERS, FTC.
TBR LEADING HOUSKS
Uuexcelled Cutelne and Hoapilalttr.
Alwsjra open. I'hone, Wire or Wri*? for
Information. Rstee, Rtc. (All sre Amer
ican plan, unless otherwise noted).
Marlhersefh-Bleakriai
Amer. k Ee. Plana
Jaeiah Whale *S?? Co
Hotel Dennis
Waller J. Bu?by
Hotel St. Charles
Edward K. Oroaerup
Trustee
Alawat Hotel
Amer. A Ku. Plana
Mark Lata Oo.
The Shelb?rM
European Plan
J. Wetkel. Mfr.
The Wiltshire
Samuel Bills, Owner
The Breehrrs
Amer. k Eil Plana
Joel Hfilman. Prop.
Galen Hall
Oalen H*ll Co.
Hotel Strand
P. B. Off ir.il
H. 0, Edwards
Seaside flouae
P. Cook'a Snsi
Hotel Chetaea
J.B.Thompaon&Ce.
The Molmhur*1
A. H. Darnell
Hotel Morton
y. J. Colllna, M?r j Ball* < V>p?, Owner*
Tkrw hMtt from New Ttrk tM Cntnl H R, of
N. J . Sotimi libtrtj Street e?H IM m
wU Vmmm. R. It ftwm Pans*. Station
Pillnu wnlw. Ua
?tilf I oral tl?hM egaato
for farther ta
tffotel JZojncr/itc.
[si Oh arias Place and Beaeh Pre?h and >??
waear botha; nionln* water In elevator
yy
HOTEL BOTH WELL I
Virginia a**., StCond house from lloardwalk
and Hteel Pier. fOrei-jr appointment. Highest
standard in cuisine and servtoa. lw>oklst
t. bothwblL.
S5\eWll/I\yHIRE
Virginia av. and He*r.h. Cap 3"'' Private
hatha; running water. elef*t'>r, <t Ani.>r |
plan. KAMUttL El.t.tS, Owner N J < "OL?
1,1 Ng, Mgr.
< amds.
CANADIAN PACtFIC BAI1 WAT.
F. R. PKMtT.G.A.,Past.Dept.,I?81 B'?w,N.T.
amusements.
AMERICA'S FOREMOST
Th<TWINTER garden'S
Greatest Landing Hil!
PASSING SHOW
ProMDti?cWillie & Eugene Howard
MARIE DRKasLKH-UARHV WATaOK
Evw. B:lfl. Matinee Today. 3
Eva. 8:30. Mat*. Wed. & ??*?
*Oml>as?a<
the ROSE GIRL WltpUI^HlLX.
? LVUIA LOPMOKOVKMn. ~
NEW YORIT8 PRETTIEST OHORvg^.
central 52fc?3f ft?*#!!'
ws? cSSSx ?
DELYSIA ?AFGAR"
"Ila? taken New York bytorm. TgMgrrtm
Matinees Wednesday & Saturday. 2-3?
s- THEA.
lllVE GHOSTS
"A S-TeainlriR ,1^''
. TWBN'TV-FOURTH WEEK.
t ?joltX bKiSm-ATtiK- "A/SS
I litil" is <1 joUy #ntoftoinT?gm. ?
aww%^asKst?tf
_ In tlie M.
it. at *
lu the Musical
iY
' in the Musi
NORA BAYES "flffi
DHATU -lAth. W. of ll'way K1*' s:;t0
BUvIH NUtinee Wwl. k Sut. 2:30.
(iEORUE THECREEN
A nl ICQ IN CODDESS
I m 11 By WM. ARCHER.
44th ST. THEATRE Erery Day
Ereninas S IS. Matinees t:li
ly W. GRIFFITH Presents
"WAY DOWN EAST
Hymplmny Orchestra. All Seats Kascr^et ?
The THEATRE OUIL.D Presents
MR. P I M PASSES BY
GARRICK ^vX':lo.Mt.FT?&Sat.
MATINEE to-day.
SELWYN theatres ??> st ST
SELWYN^? 2-3o.
w"lum Faversham
THE PHI WE and The PAUPER
TIN/ICQ VI At 8:30 Ld.st Week
I llVlfcO ^X'Mats.Thurs.i Sat.
I I.OKENCE Edtfar Selwyn's
Rccd in "The Mirage"
Next Mon. Night. Seats To-day.
A New Musical Play
the RIGHT GIRL
170*71717 W.42dSt. Eves. 8:30 !Phone31
r KAZ-LC. Mats. Wod. & Sat. 2:301Bryant.
mmANGLIN.."?
BELMONT
Mats. To-day A Sat.
MISS LULU BETT
GOOD SEATS FOR BROOK PEMBER1
TICKETS15?
NEW YORK'S I'E A DIN ? 1 1
empire ov
RUTH rjpffl I MARY
CHatterton 'i?,glial ROSE
nri *Cf'f\ Wost 44th St. Eves, at 8.13.
BLLAXU Mat* To-day & Sat.. 2 .15.
i Lionel Atwill "deburau"
! i~V7"CI Th<a., W. 43th St. 2?'
LYCtUM Mats. To-day & S,at;,2?
M?T1NT,V TO-DAY AT 2.?
V /THE GOLD jy^.
DIGGERS nopwofxi
AMUSEMENTS.
npAfin AND HITS UHCTION OF L
MTomHT?fe6oN?
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LIONEL BARRYMORE
"MACBETH "
JULIA ARTHUR
UE*T TL'K.s NIGHT Seat* To-day.
PAT ROONEY & MARION BENT
"LOVE BIRDS"
PLA YHOUSE4^ Vwiy.
^?bKv!!. 8 13. Mats. Wod. A Sat.
&& OOKIX
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\ in ROMANCE
Wm. A A 0 04 Th..E.orBwy.EvmJ.30
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JOHN GALSWORTHY'S
THE SKIN GAME
ACTflR Thea.. B'y A 45th St. Evs. 8:25.
Mat*. WM 'foil.) A Sat 2:26.
Kem^MdY
HERSELF y CORNERED
NEXT MATIXEE SAT. BEST SEATS ?2.
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jmn O I . Matinee Wed. A Saturday 2 30.
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CASINO
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with CHARLES GILPIN.
SPECIAL MAT1VKKS at the PRINCESS.
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NEW AMSTERDAM BOOl'at, OA 11. NEW
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Dinner .it 7?Dancing?S tppor at 11
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lu tho musical comedy hit. "Lady Billy"
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nir OTTO KPUGER <wd MAglON COAKLEY
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4 PLAYLETS
? By CLARE KUMMEH.
Mts. To-day, Mon., Tuus., Wad., 2:30
PUNCH & JUDY E^ofVway91
ROLAND YOUNO
? ROLLO'S WILD OAT
EVERY EVE. A TO-M W A SAT. MTS.
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CARNEGIE HALL, SAT. AFT., MARCH 12, at 2:30
MADAME and MISS
LOUISE HOMER
TOGETHER IN RECITAL
TICKETS AT BOX OFFICE.
(STEINWAY PIANO.)
A ROMAN HAUL, TO-M-nW AFT. AT 3
FRIEDA ROCHEN
BONO RECITAL. (Mwnn A Ilamttn Piano)
ASOL1AN IIALL, TO-M'HW NIGHT, A:13
CLARA DEEKS
PIANO RECITAL. (M??on * Hamlin)
Philharmonic
STRANSKY co?du?m? i
CARNEOIE HALL, TO-NIGHT AT 8:30
"PATHET1QUE"
To-JHurrow fFrl.) Aftarnoon at 2:30
HBETHOVKN PTI'XjkaMMJC
ALEXANDER SCHMULLER
Violin Bololat.
*Funday Afternoon. March 13. at 3
JOSEPH SCHWARZ
nn??!*n Paction*.
FELIX F. LRIFELfi, Manner.
3HTH STREET THEATRE
THIS ArTKHNOON AT 2 i30,
YVETTE
GUILBERT
NEW YORK SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA
WALTEn DAMROSCH Conductor
Historical Cycle at Carnogto Hall
To day at 3 A To-m'nv (Frl.) Ev. at 8.13
AMERICAN COMPOSE!^
Chadwlck, MacDowell, Carpenter,
Loeffler, (trlffes, rianiroarh, Powell.
? POWELL a,r"
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Helen l-ovo. : W. 84th. Knabe Plann.
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?THE TIE THAT LIBERATES.
Aeolian llall. Next Sun. Aft. at 8.
s<>lolat Planlrt
IGNAZ FRIEDMAN
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Tickets at llo* Offlraa. Ceo. Englea, Mar.
AEOLIAN HALL. TO-OAT AT 1 P. M.
SAMAROFF
In Bltth Recital of Beethoven Piano Sonat??
Program Include* "APPASHIONATA."
M*t. l/oudon Charlton. (Slelnway l'lnno.>
Aeolian Hal), Tuesday Aft., March 15, at 8.
Concert by the Composer-Planlet,OI.ARENCB
LOOMIS
Mgt. Haennet A J one*.
Stelnway riano.
AMUSEMENTS.
E AND J. J. 3HUHERT.
CENTURY THEATRE
IN THE NIGHT WATCH
Maxine Elliott's X- TOtS.1B?- ?:3?- i
1 M?M. Wed. & Sat. 8.30.
!8TH big SPANISH;
! MONTH LOVE :
fSAMH.HARRIS'SUHBSES
LITTLE OLO NEW YORK
LQNGACPF W<8 st- Bry..33. Ev.K:30
LUHUMI/KL Mats. Wed. A Sat. 2;30
GRANT MITCHELL
in "THE CHAMPION"
FIRST TIME ON ANY STAGE
MONDAY AFT., MARCH 14 ??{?
LONGACRE THEATRE
SPECIAL MATS. WWFZhx.
"THE HERO"
By Gilbert Emery.
RUTOKft a. JEWETT ? "MUs '?uST
bett" is the most human play J hate seen
all winter
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LADIES NIGHT
ELTINGE THEATRK?Spodal Matloev.
To-day and Friday. 2.'IS
"The White Villa"
RKPUBLICIEv.S:80. Mu. W<xi.*8afc.&:30.
Went 43d fit.I JOHN GOLDEN PreMnto
(GRACE LA RUE and f\ mm
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1%, 1st Year
Greenwich Village '/tSi^ATui av?
NEXT MONDAY EVE?SEATS NOW.
SURVIVAL the FITTEST
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LTIUI* Twit* DaUy.2:lS JIiS:1S^Iub.Mi.U3)
METRO PJIBaENTS
The FOUR
HORSEMEN
of the APOCALYPSE
>lata. $150 to 60c. Evenings <2.00 to 80c.
broadhurst Twt<x> Dally. 2 .80. 8:30.
HI OVER THE HILL
By Will Carleton. Directed by H. Mlllarde.
XO 1472 B'WAY. 4080 Bryant
D 1859 100 B'WAY. 9100 Rector
METROPOL1TAN gSusa
iTO-DAY MAT., ?lto?4. AID A. Muzlo, Clau*-|
jiien; Crlml, ZanelU*. Marrioneit?Moransont. 1
TO-NIGHT, 8. BLUE BIRD. Delaunols. El
lis. Airman, Berat; Rothler.Chalmers?Wolff.
FRl. at 8. CARMEN. Farrar. Borl. Galll:
Harrold. Whltehlll, Ananlan?Wolff.
SAT. at 2. RIGOLRTTO. Chaae. Perlnl;
Hackett, De Luca, Rothler?Moranzonl.
SAT.. 8. Pop Price*. DON CARLOS. Feralta.
Gordon, Galll; Crlml, Danlso, Dldur? Papl
SUN. EVE. "CAVALLERIA RUBTICANA"
and "PAGLIACCI" (In Concert Form).
MON. at 8, POLIS.H JEW ("The Bella"). De
latinol*. Howard; ChamW. Caupollcan, Leon
hardt?Borianzky. Fol d by LORACOLO. Borl,
Arden; Harrold, Scottl, Dldur?Mi.ranzonl,
] W'ED. MAT. at 2 (tl to $6). ZAZA. Far-1
jrar, Howard; Crlml, Do Luca?Moranzonl.)
WED. at 8. TROVATORB. Muzlo. Gordon";
Kingston, DaniM, Martlno?Papi
THURS. ht ANDRE CHENIER. Muzlo,
Porlnl; GiKii, Danlse, Dldur?Moranzonl.
. hardman piano used.
MANHATTAN ggESJ
PAVLOWA
jm- The Incomparable
h'kr ballet r u s s e
TO-NIGHT at 8:15, All-Pavlowa
Progrum for Camp Fire Glrhi;
"AMARU.LA." "AUTUMN I.EAVES "
MEXICAN DANCES (first time In
Amjrtca) and I Mv*>rtls??r?m?nt*. Chang*
WEPKSnmi ' H" SaU a'"! ALL NKXT
?ARNEC.IE HALL. Wed. Ev.. Mar. 1G. 8 1.V
Schola Cantorum
KURT SCHINDLER, Conductor
SPANISH & ITALIAN MUSIC
Paleetrlna's "MISS A PAPAE MARCELLI"
Now Spanish Songa,Choral Ballads, FollmonCa
Soloist
MARGUERITE d'ALVAREZ. Contralto
Beat* at Box Office Now. (Knabe Piano.)
MENGELBERG
CONCERTS.
NATIONAL SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
CARNEGIE I SUN. EVE.. MAR. 13. 8:15
HALL Tues. Aft.. Mar |.*>. 2:30
rOt'ULAR PRlCKt?SDN. KVg. 5V TO *1.
Sololsf RACHMANINOFF I'ianist
THE KNAIIE IS THE OFFICIAL PIANO.
?FAREWELL
TOSCANINI
and La Scala Orchestra
CARNEGIE J FR1. AFT., IO.I at
HALL | MARCH I Otn, 3
Tickets at Box Office, Mall Order*
_ Loudon Charlton. Carneglo Hall
Carneglo Hall, Tue?. Ev., March IB, at 8:13
The Only New York Recital
Hulda Lashanska
Tickets by mall from M. M. 8. F., 810
Camepl,; Hall. Bo? Office Sale botinw Mar. 9
Acillan Hall, This Sat. Alt, ?> 3, Mark I]
Lairt PianoforteRecltalThh Season by Harold
BAUER
Peats Now at Bo* Off 7V ?o|(5. Ms ?nnAHamlliv
Manatemmt Metropolitan Musical Bureau.
AEOLIAN HALL. Wed. Aft.. March 18 at 8.
Piano Recital by MARIE -MAGDELEINE
Du CARP
M?t. Hscnael * Jones Mason * Hamlin.
kCAPITOL?tY
2 nrl.r* Large* t.MostRea lit If ulThea.
Scbb11, "LYING LIPS"
CAriTOL GRAND ORCHESTRA.
d? tlnees 30c-M)c. Nleht* y.c-B'.c.
RuWr|pnons^Bo\ighl^ Sold & Exchanged.
OPER4
TICKETS
4188
METROPOLITAN * PAVLOWA
for all performances.
ALL PAKTH OF THE HOtTSB.
Jacob's Ticket Office
FITZRf^ ' STnunflle Hotel, ftirajr A 38 W>.
COI LIMRI \ n n "*r
ULWWIDin i 4Ttli|2 :18 < 8 1*. Trices.
POWDER PUFF REVUB.
with Jsiui" CongMiii and Jack Paarl.
"ICELAND ICE SKATING,'
nilOADWA) 12l> NT. ADMISSION 7S?.
BROOKLYN AMUSEMENTS.
f|T*D A .lir retr Fulton ?'?reet
UI/AIX Mfit Dnllv Tel TrUn*1e 4297
IjThurwIay THE BIG SENSATION
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