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George M. Cohan
Now Leading Man
to His Georgette
Jumps Into Chief Male Part in
'-Madeleine of (lie Movies'
on 3 Honrs' Notice.
When all birds can be Wept out of tlie
Sir tUe>"ll be able to keep George M.
Oohaij off t!ie stage. For the fourth
t ne on the New Vork stage yesterdav
- tie actor-producer-author leaped into
' i ,e ,-ast of oj:e of his plays right after
->roduetlon. when he transposed hlm
J- If Into "Madeline and the Movies."
? ;s new farce, and disported himself
<?! .he stage of the Gaiety Theater at
t\e matinee and evening performances
i i-U as if he'd grown up with the play.
Sniee Georgette, his daughter and the
f .pie of his eye. plays the lending fem
liliie role opposite to him, the play might
now be said to he 10O per cent. Cohan
l?ro?f. The audience last night seemed
! -;6ly pleased at having the privilege.
f?r;tfie first time within their memory,
??' 'e^ing father and daughter play the
Slace Georgette, his daughter and the
because, except for the silver in the
J'l'fthhil fathers hair, you'd think they
w'ta twins.
vjohan's decision to do the part of
thp movie star wiio (figures as tlie iiero I
* part which was played by James
It.'flnie at tlie opening on .Monday last? J
? ii?e very suddenly yesterday, as might
be Expected of him. Suddenly, at 11:30
-\. *M., ringside, the thought onme to
h ni to depict Garrison Paige, like the
ft isJi of an Inspiration. No sooner said
thufi, so to speak, done.
Mis entrance into the play come so
* i>ruptly that word of It did not get
nround In time to swell the afternoon
"itfience above the usual Lenten dol
?I jtjn proportions. But by evening a
big sigm announcing his appearance had
h'en painted and hung in the lobby.
* ocd had also been passed around, and
the?theater was filled.
Mill lines, delivered with nil the old
' 'orce- developed a constant cur
rent of high voltage laughter. Having
V"^i a movie star himself?for a star
he-was able to play the character of
accustomed to appear before the
camera without ruffling his hair. All
1 hf. Cohan skill in quietly but forcefully
?leifeioping the humor of a situation
v re In evidence, and when he did raise
1.'Sj voice, everyone seemd to Jump a
'"ijple of feet higher. It was noticeable
t'iftt wlien his daughter was on the
Srfrie he restrained his style of act
1'lB in order rot to appear as if he were
< vsrshadowing Iyer. They both took
several curtain calls at the end of the !
fi'Jtl act.
The- arrangement with Rennie bv
which this was made possible was sail
t" lie-quite a friendly one. and no repeti
tion VT the Robert Hilliard Incident just
<l$jed in the courts was anticipated.
T1J$ other plays into which Cohan
."!? jrtped after another player had the
!'??# were "A Prince There Was." in
? 'ifch he replaced Hilliard: "The Mean
'~t;Man In the World" and "The Tav-!
^ "T/" Several years earlier he also,'
1 'typd In "Seven Keys to Baldpate" for
'fiir*' Per^orni!?ncefr ?-,n the road after
V-afllace Eddinger. the regular player,
Jit(J been injured in an accident.
MASONIC RITUAL READ
FOR BERT WILLIAMS
First Time Used at Funeral of
Negro in New York, Report.
Masonic funeral services for Bert I
" Jlllams. wno died Saturday of pneu
mpMa. were held yesterday afternoon
olill orIork the Masonic Temple,!
Sixth avenue and Twenty-third street :
? u?C?cIle Lodge, No, 368, conducted the
s iilce through an arrangement made
r>>\ Lodge Waver ley. No. 597. of the
't"1 Ty?(,ff*i of Scotland, of which
Williams was a member. It was said
have been the first time in the his
*-rl- of the State that the Masonic ritual
read at the funeral of a negro.
Wh white Mason. The membership of
> i.'Cecile Lodge is made up largely of
*? ctofs,
T'o service was conducted by the
''i* Rev. Oscar F\ "R. Treder. dean of '
t " Garden City Cathedral and a chap
? ????n of the Masonic Grand Lodge. He
assisted by Archis R. Kerr, master. '
? a William R Wilson, senior warden, i
l ofh of St. Ocll* TiOdffe.
At 1 o'clock the Rev. Mr. Treder and i
< .icers and members of the lodge, wear- I
tug their white aprons, entered the room I
?where the service was held and formed
t> square about the casket. "Lamp in
ie ^>sf then was sung by the quar
? t. of St. Ceclle. A funeral oration by
'esn Treder followed, after which the
'ioir chanted the Lord's rraver. The
"remon.v closed with the singing of
S'tlll, Still \\ ith Thee" by the quartet.
the casket was being carried out of
ie temple the orchestra plaved Chopin's
?mera' March. The body' was taken!
? uoodlawn for burial.
f Notes of the Stage |
V /
h<- Frovlncetow n Player* will operate on i
1; Mr fifth bill at the MBcflouK.il atreet piny- |
! -nae to-nlsjht with "The Hairy Ape," which j
? II give f'ugene O'Neill three playa In New ,
> irk. all roing at r.nre Loul* Wolhelm will
|?'ay the leading role of Yank.
The run of "Anna Christie" at the Vander
Mlt Theater will ?nd on Saturday. March 2.">,
a <1 will co to Chicago.
A. If. Wooda la to praaent Miaa Marjorle
Tlaml.fcau In "t'p." a new play, by (ilac'ye
Vnfer. In association with the Shuberta
Itohert T. Italnea. Herbert Dnice and Wilfred
1- tall are anions thoae engaged for the caat.
Tie prize conteat Instituted by f'harlea 1,.
tv'agner, producer of "The Mountain Man,"
t<. obtain a poater eapreaalng the aplrlt of
trie play at Marine Klllolt'a Theater. vaa
v "3* >?a'erdav by rharl*a F. Stuart of Vi 1 T?J
J'adtisate av<-nwe. The Bronx, who raptured
? '4 'first prize of J"-0 with a picture of fid
j ?y ' Blackmei. with mountains and foreela
?If ply swarming around him.
?.fust Married" at the Nora Bayes Theater,
f ? J t*? the ftrat American farre Pi,a?-nted
1' -r'arla alnce "ttaby Mine," If Jules Hurtiv.
t J producer, can convince the French that
1ha^ owe It to themaelves lo produce It hi-.
< afcle the action lakea place on a French j
) r steamer.
tfrank Craven will celebrate the paaalnc by!
? '!#&? Flrat Year" at the kittle Theater of
tht record of <V.H performances, formerly
hem by Hoyt's "A Trip to Chinatown," by
ji.'WtH an egg rolling atunt for the children
?'V?reat Neck on l"aat?r Monday afternoon
?Jhatlra r>illingham haa received a qu?ry
frarji a maker of a veat pocket map asking
t, ij[n?!rrr he enn hava the e*act location of
K:*l'ta. mentioned In Jerome K?rn'a song
nT'llrat title In "flood Morning. Itoarle" at
t)>{ Oloba Tlieater.
ijfcvlnf sent hroadcaat the message of
tripfMry In hla play "The Cat and the fan
a^v at the National Tlieater. John Wlllard
l< ?|0w working on a drama baaed on radio
telephony, though that la no longer a myafery
to .thousands. He will atttml the radio hall
*>?>? Friday evening at Terrace Harden, nr
? fiifianled by Henry Hull. Florence Fldrldge
? '(t the other membera of tha company.
?Cruc.k Hllllard. manager of the Selw-yn Tlie
a'e? will trove hla Clef Club oichestra to the
? ?tfisihllc Theater for their regular Jazz con
.. next Hunday. as the acouatlca at the
4- }*? r have become all worn out from their
i. ,? joriatlona.
JMtk l>empaey. the lllppodroma flaali. waa
newsboys al la at noghts per- :
f,v trance of "Oct Together," and afterward
al oOlc lianda with all of thi m. lecUlrssly un
til -idV^rl of Benny I^eonard'a sprained thumb
"aruey Gallant haa aelected .John Murray
, iftorann of the "Greenwich Village Folllea."
llcurv Clive. artlit, and l<?on F.rrol. tha fall
? of ' gaily." to be Judgea In the beauty
i o iteat for hte Oriental coitume ball of a
?f Ctnmnd and One Nights, to he crowded
1 'o one single night, St. Patrick's Day. at
V <-hater Hall, the modern haunt of Arablana.
To-night a- the Globe Theatre. Atlantic
<?>.?. MW Ora Oerirge will present tier
1..W (Mav, "The BxquUlt* Hour," by Mar
*a>tl Wfi??U
PAULINE FREDERICK AND NEW
HUSBAND PLAN Y0SEM1TE TRIP
Photo by Underwood & Underwood.
Dr. and Mrs. C. Alton Rutherford (Pauline Frederick).
Delayed Honeymoon Journey on Horseback for Screen
Star and Physician Who Waited Long for Her.
Special Dispatch to The New Yoek Herald.
Los Angeles, Cal., March 8.?Pauline |
Frederick, film star, and her new'
husband, Dr. C. Alton Rutherford, are
planning a trip on horseback through
the Yosemite as a delayed honeymoon
journey. The actress has been kept
close to the studio since her marriage
finishing a picture. As soon as it is done
they will start.
One of those real love romances that
can't help cropping up in the theatel
occasionally is that of Pauline Frederick
and Dr. Rutherford, recently of Seattle,
which occurred on February 6 at Santa
Anna, Cal. It is a romance that age j
could not wither nor custom stale, &c. ,
and the couple are now living happily 1
out west. Just as they seemed destined !
to do many years ago before two of j
Miss Frederick's husbands intervened.
Dr. Rutherford, who Is Miss Fred- |
erlck's second cousin, was a childhood
sweetheart They were both reared in
St. Lawrence county, New York. She was
originally Beatrice Llbby, her mother
being a Miss Fisher. He is a son of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert P. Rutherford, who
lived on a farm in Waddlngton, where
the son was born. Miss Frederick was
born in Boston, but spent her summers
In fit. I.awrence county. Even after she
went on the stage and he settled dowi
for practice in the home town afteJ
graduation from medical school, they
never lost track of each other. Dr.
Rutherford preserved his affection for
her throughout her two marriages.
Her first husband was Frank Andrews,
architect. They were divorced in 1913.
Later she was married to Willard Mack,
playwright and actor, from whom she
was divorced a few years ago.
Conte d'Oyley
Marries Sister of
Roberta Arnold
Miss Biissenius Becomes (he
Bride of Titled Frenchman
in Municipal Chapel.
Takli* their friends by surprise, al
though they had been engaged since
Thangsglvlng *ve. Miss Carolyn Gear
hardt Bussenlus, better known by her
stage name, Carolyn Arnold, and sister of
Miss Roberta Arnold, actress, wan mar
ri?d yesterday in the chapel of tit
.Municipal Building to Donald Ixiula,
Conte d'Oyley, who said he is a son of
Raoul Marquis d'Oyley of Paris. Deputy
< lerk J. ,T. McCorml-ck officiated. The
bride played In "Llghtnln"' until the
close of the record breaking New Tork
run.
The Count and his bride will have a
second ceremony performed at St. Pat
rick s ( athedral as soon as arrange
ments can be made. He Is 21 years old
and at present lives at the Imperial
Hotel, fie has been in thla country for
about three years and la an engineer bv
profession. Eventually they intend to
Ko to Paris (o live.
The bride Is a daughter of Mr. Robert
George Biissenius and formerly lived In
I^os Angeles, When .^lie came to New
Tork several years ago she and her
sister took the name of Arnold. Before
her marriage she lived at 20 West Forty
? Igllth s?rcet.
Roberta V noid Is w?il known on the
stag,i as leading woman for Prank
'"raven In the highly successful plav
"The First Tear."
CHARLES CHAPUfTsUES
TO STOP FILM IMITATOR
Would Prevent Production of
Two New Movies.
Ta.s ANom.ta, Cnl.. March * ?Charles
< "haplin Is the plaintiff in a suit on file
in rtie Superior Court here to-dav against
'he Western Features Productions, seek
ing to restrain the latter concern from
procuring two motion picture plays
which, Chaplin alleges, contain a char
acter seeking to imitate him
,.Jhr a^tor Involved in the suit l?
narles Amador, billed, according to the
suit, in two plays as "Charles Aplln,"
in I making use of mannerisms and cus
toms which, the comedian charges, are
wholesale Imitations of acting by w*lch
he is known. Certain ways and manner
isms, costume, facial expressions and
characteristic movements of the body
suit mention'd a* point* Of Issue in the
MOTION PI(TlHK7oTK?.
arfsS"-? ssr.s >' saviss
ml." ' ?nd **cond rplund^ of The
"*??? &
.m'pSIh 5S,"ni?prgSSethH ^ "Bought
Tnhahlt the
heL^r ? ^entral. sni) the Shooting will
begin on Sunday, March IP, promptly it
in.' hl" Knglish support,
h! \Jl n,,n Do* Prtimmotid ' at
heater, wilt ?ttend a
:X zxsr -??
Barrie-Galsworthy
Plays Give London
Theatrical Shock
'Loyalties* Deals With Raeing
Crookedness Paralleling:
Peel Case.
Spr ial Cablr to Thi Nrw York Huai d.
Copyright, J9tt, by The Nbw Yoik IIihlm.d.
New Yark llrrald Bureau. )
litndon, March I. (
John Galsworthy and Sir James M.
Barrle combined to give London one of
the greatest dramatic shocks of Its life
to-night when the Reandean company
produced the former's "Loyalties" and
the latter's "Shall YVe Join the Ladies?"
with casts of such all round distinc
tion as would do credit to a charity
matinee.
"Loyalties" deals In Galsworthy's
most vigorous style with the racing
crookedness sold to prevail In the higher
circles of society at ,the very moment
when the fashionable world Is ringing
, with the sensation of Capt. Owen Peel's
I ftlea of K'lilty to the charge of swindling
bookmakers by means of Incorrectly
timed betting telegrams.
Galsworthy's theme complicates this
phase with the frank discussion of anti
Semitism In army club circies. dealing
with a young Jew of great wealth, and
representing him as having attained
the very top of his climb up the social
: scale.
The la'ter theme Is almost as topical
a* the former, and the fashionable first
night audience buszed with gossip,
| which is bound to make the production
a. great sensation. Aside from this
topical Interest In the production of
n play which Galsworthy must have ,
written long before either subject be- ;
came so pertinent to the day. it reaches
the highest rank as drama
In one sense it is the familiar erook :
play, but "working In soup and fish." I
and while the denouement of the crook
theme is fairly obvious, the Injection j
! of the social element keeps the suspense I
j throughout the seven scenes.
i Much of the credit for the play's j
i pucroas must go to the players, whose !
' work for the first time in peveral sea
sons, owing to the war, fulfils the i
high traditions of the London Htage. 1
: They ere Krlc Maturin. Edmund Hreon, ]
| Ernest Milton, Dawson Mllward, Misses '
, ?"at'hleen Nesblt, Meggie Albanesei and
Dorothy Masslngham. Ben Field and '
J. H. Boberts.
These, with Lady Herbert Tree, T,ef.j
lie F?bei*. Miss Muriel Pratt, Miss
Mnrda Vanne and Malcolm Kern, then '
1 "'omblne to send' the audience home
fresh fram the vision of Sir Jaw* Bar- 1
rle's beautiful burlesque of just the
sort of "thick ear" polltenes* that
Galsworthy has been displaying so
seriously, even tragically.
TO ItT PI.AY* FOH AYTIPODES,
Word has been received here that
' flugh J Ward, formerly managing dl
| l-ector of J. K. Williamson, Ltd.. of
I Australia, has disposed of his Interests]
In thnt firm and taken over a circuit of
theaters and will sail for New York
i on March 16 to complete negotiations
started by cable for the rights to several
Xew York successes
Let Cuticura Be
Your Beauty Doctor
PAra*mf1?v
3iWr?n?IHft.X, ftt*!4??, Mmi
Miss Fitziu and
de Segurola Break
Their Engagement
Announced That Romance of
Singers lias Been Ended by
Mutual Consent,
Mlw Anna Fltiiu and Andrea de Se?
K tiro la are not going to be married, and
[another romance ol musical circles Is
ended. Mrs. Gertrude Kellogg or 246
I West Seventieth street, sister of Miss
Pltsitt. announced yesterday that the en
Basrement that had existed between the
Hiprano and Mr. de Segurola. Spanish
basso, formerly of the Metropolitan
Opera, has been broken by mutual con
sent. Miss Fitziu also Is a former mem
j ljer of the Metropolitan company.
"I think international marriages are
I a mistake," said Miss Fitziu. in explana
tion. *^Mr. de Segurola Is a Spaniard.
1 am an American. Then we found we
were not suited to each other by tern
perment, so the wedding will not take
place. There Is no linancial question
involved."
Their engagement was announced In
November. 1920, and It waa stated at
the time that the marriage would take
place In Havana, Cuba, where Mr. de
Segurola went after severing his con
nection with the Metropolitan. It was
? xpected at that time he would be In
charge of a casino in Havana modeled
after the famous one in Monte Carlo.
Miss Fltzlu had a career In comic
opera before she sang In grand opera.
She was Identified with the early pro
ductions of "Florodora" and also sang
in "The Wizard of Ok." Her first ap
pearance at the Metropolitan was in the
production of "Goyescas," the Granados
opera. She also has sung with the Chi
cago Opera Company and with the Bra
cale company In Havana. She toured In
concert with Tlta Ruffo.
In 1906. when known as Anna Fltz
Hugh, she was married to Dr. John J.
Hartz, a hockev player, In Montreal, but
she obtained a divorce In Reno ten years
later.
Miss Fltzlu will soon leave New York
for a concert tour In Florida.
1922
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AMUSEMENTS.
town BALI. Snnday Aft.. Mar. it, at 3:3? :
THE HOC1ETY OF THE
Friends of Music:
Under the direction of ARTFR RODANZKY.
AxslxtlnK Artlat?Alexander
SCHMULLER
Tkti. ?t Bo* Off. A of Mlas Helen Love.lW.S4.
S? mark r\ B'WAY AT
T R A N U 47TH ST.
"The SHEIK'S WIFE"
Vltagraph Benaatlonal European Production. I
Flnbnrate Prologue. Strand Sjmphonr Orrh. \
now showing Un;."'
THE NEIGHBORHOOD PLAYHOUSE
4fl? GRAND ST. Telephone Orchard 11T1.
Trt MIAUT *nd every evening except
I w"HIUn I Mon. with Mat. Saturday.
Eorene O'Nelll'a New Play,
"THE FIRST MAN"
ORCHESTRA. ?l.?-BAI.rONY, 75c.
Frederic Warren! Selwyn Th.
Ballad Concert ^ ?
Harriet van Emdcn, Colin O'Morc, Norman !
Jolllf, Andre Polah, Eranrla Moore.
Maaon A Hamlin Piano. j
AMUSEMENTS.
N. Y. SYMPHONY
WALTER DAMROSCH, condor
To-day nt 3 * To-m'rw CaMCZie Hal!
(Fri.) Eve. at 8:18. VHO^n nm
8KRORI RACHMANINOFF
Rmplrhl. ("mar Franck.
Vuthu William*. Rachmaninoff.
Aeolian Halt, Next Bun. Aft. aJt 3
MAROrERITK OTUMREZ
Mnrart, Gluck, Qlazounow,
T?ch?tkow?ky, Bliet. Mo*zkownkl.
Beata at Boi Office. OKO. ENOLE9, Mgr.
r?iQ unii) JjBiit mi?i 11, <?.,?C
IVOGUN
Carnegie Hall, Sat. Aft., Mar. il, 3:36
A
R
1
A
gpnf Recital. (BtHnway Piano.) Sratu Now
TOWN HAIX, Frl. Aft.. Mar, It, at 3
V'ctor GOLIBART
BONO RECITAL,. (Stelnway Piano.)
Hippodrome, Sun. Night, Mar. 19
at 8:15. Concert by JOHN
!ormacj
TICKETS, *1. 11.80, *2, $2.W>.
TO-DAY
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rnntl &oc to 12
AIVIY GRANT'S
A EO I.I AN HAIX, Thl* Mornln* at If
"J E W KLS OF THE M A l> (I N N A "
Btelnway Uuo-Art Piano Useil.
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e Langdon
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Restaurant a la Carte.
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New Apartment Hotel
Attractive Suite* at
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Ftirniihtd or Unfurniufwi
High clans restaurant.
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Station* "IV * 7th Av. Kutmay nt flflth flt
( Iran, rnmfortnble room*; modern fire
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Patronage.
All Room* with Mhower nml Tub Italh*
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Room A Itntli, |:i. For 2, ft.
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AMUSEMENTS. !
mrnrrrs FOREMOt
WINTER GARDENS
SHIKKHI VAUDEVILLE.
?MR. AI.KXANI>F.lt OAKK. HAY MIIXKB
ORCH. St Cliff Kdwardn. other*.
Smoking Permitted In Hoxes and_ l.ones.
AVTflR Thea.. 45th. it. A Bway. Evs. 8:30.
n*IUn Matinee* Sat A Wed. 2:30.
c?cu. LEAN ?-<*? MAY FIELD
cUWSSU, The BLUSHING BRIDE
Kves. (Kxrept Saturday). Bant Seats >2.80.
PRINCESS monday MAR. 13
"THE FIRST FIFTY TEARS"
C LARE EAMES and'TOMVwERS
William A. Brady IV.writ*
Dl AVLinilCC West48tn . Eve*. S:.IO
rLATH0U5tMitfs Sat. & Wed 3 .30.
'UP THE LADDER'
with DOSIH KENTON
"Good. < lean. Wholesome Amerhan
Comedy Drama."?Telnram.
^Extraordinarily well acted. ?Journal.
DnnTl|Thea..W.4Mb 8t.|I?wt Week at
DUUI liMat Inee Saturday. Thin Theatre
WILLIAM COURTENAYI^J^f8
in'THE LAW BREAKER' laoodman
Move* to the Time* Sq. Theatre
MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 13 NL
On Tuesday MKht. Marrh 14.
Wlnthrop Ames will present
"The Truth About Maydn."
a new play by A. A. MILNK,
author of "TV Dover Road
and "Mr. Plm"?with O. P.
HF-HOIK and ALEXANDRA
CARLISLE, at the BOO m
Theatre. SKATS TO-DA\.
iOTU ?T Thea.. nr. B'way. Evl. 8:30.
4o I rf ?I ?Mat*. To-day, Sat. & Wed.
Wtth
LUCILE
WATSON.
MATINEES TO-DAY. SAT. A WED.
THE NEST
Mats. Wed. A Sat. 2:30.
SENSATION OF NEW YORK & LONDON.
Keeps Slanders on Tips of Thrnr Toes.
Extra Mat. St. Patrick's Uav. Kri. Mar. 17
Broadhtirst,44 St. Ev.8:20. Mat.Today&Sat
MUSICAL COMEDY TRIUMPH
MARJOLAIN E
With PEGGY WOOD Sc LENNOX PAWLE.
Pauline Lord
in "Anna Christie"
Hopkins
Preients
Mts. Sat. & VV cd.
Matinees Sat. and Wed. 2:30.
The Smashing Musical Comedy flit
YO* (kOOWWS SAW
JOHN K. | MAIMIiKlK I t HAIL1.I..1
HAZZAKI) [ <;ATKSON I Jl'DKLS
VINTON FKKKULY IIEIJJN FORD
l"RFI> and ADELE AM A1KF
Marino Elliott's aoth. nr. Hway. Evs.8:30.
maxme cniou s Mats. Hat. & wetl. ^.ao.
MOUNTAIN MAN
With
Kidney
lllaikmer
1 Mats. Sal. & Wed. 2:30.
r-JVST MARQICD
?m\/iv/iAN /WAnriN fc- ivftNt oJ&nT/Y\Ar*
NAKEAliUNE
to the CENTRAL and See .
Pritcilla DEAN mWILD HONEY*]
METROPOLITAN iV.usr,
To-night. 8, Aida. Muzio, Claussens, Salazar,
Zant'lll, Mardonea, Guatafson. Moranzonl.
ITo-m'w, Spcclul Matinee at 2, 1'armrn. i
Farrar, Borl, Gall); Harrold, Dc Luca. {
Martlno, Mfailer, Ananlan. Hasaelmana. I
Frl. at 8. Barber of Seville. Otteln 'debut),
Chamlee, Ruffo, Dldur, Malatesta. PaDl.
Sat. at 2, Trovatore. Muzio, Gordon; Mar
tlnelll. Dantse, Martlno. Papl.
Sat. at 7:45, Pop. Prices. lnhcunrin. Eaaton,
Claussens; Senibacli, Whltehlll, Guatafson,
Leonhardt. Bodanr.ky.
Sun. Night?Grand Concert. Siloti, Pianist;
Caslnl, 'Cellist; Morgana, Sopr.; Claussens,
Contr._Entlre Metro.Oreh. Cond.Bamboschek.
Nest Mon. at 8. Faust. Farrar, Ellis, Berat;
Martlnelll, He Luca. Rotliler. llasselmans.
Wed., S:J5, Snow Maiden. Borl. D'A rie.Delau
nols; Harrold. Chalmers, Rothlcr. Bodanaky.
i Than.. Mar. Ifl, at 2 TfltrA Neat* i
I SPECIAL MATINEE ,UJV" To-day
I Jcrltza; Chamlee, Scottl. Moranzonl. i
Tlnirs., 8:15, I/Oreley. Muzio, .Sutidelius,
Galll: GIbII. Danlse, Mardones. Moranzonl.
HARDMAN PIANO USED.
HIPPODROME, Next Sun. Eve.?A:L
FIRST New York Recital?ROBERT
MURRAY
PHENOMENAL BOY SOPRANO
Sings the highest vote ever reached, and
Die range of Ms VOICE IS GFKATKR than
that of anv other <n mustcol history.
George Barrere ? Paul Keftr
Flutist. Pianist.
TICKETS $1.00 TO (?.M (PLCS TAX>
NOW ON SAI.E AT BO* OFFICE.
MOT. S. Ill llllK. Aeolian Hall.
(Stelnway)
COMCBRTI AO*
HBNOILdll
CARNEGIE HAl.L, TO-NIGHT AT *:.???
To-morrow Afternoon, March 10, 2:30
FRIT/: KKF.ISI.KK
Bach?Moaart?Beethoven?Weber
Sunday Aft.. March 1!. 3:00
ERNEST SCHELMNG Assisting
Beethoven?Schelllng?ttrleg?Weber
?lohann Strauaa
METROPOI.ITAN OPEKA HOI SR.
Tuesday Eva. March II, 8:30.
KitN \ RIBINSTEIV. Violinist
Strauss' "Kin Heldenleben'*
Fell* F. Lelfela, Mgr. St.tnway Piano.
Aeolian Hall. Mon. Ere., Mar. 13, at ?:15,
BEETHOVEN
ASSOCIATION
Sl'SAN METCAI.FK CABAL*
BACHAI S. ( ASALS, st |IW| I.i.rr
KORTSt IIAK, HKITICIt
Tkta. at Box Off.A of Mlsa Helen Love.lW.34
HAKNSKL A JONES ANNOUNCE
AEOLIAN HAl.L, TO-NH.IIT AT 8:15.
mm kittay
(Tenor) Son* Recital. Masnn&Hamlln Piano 1
DETERMINATION
B WAV
4a" si i
continuous raoei a a m
(Paramount (pictures
MISTRESS
R
R
IVOLI
B'way
at 41) St.
IALT0
TIMES
HQUARB
& WORLD
1st of the Series
"THE DRAGON'S
CLAW"
TIMES | Cont. Noon
II 40 p, M
CRITERION
'THE LOVES of PHARAOH'
Directed by ERNEST T.VHITSCH.
MATINEES Cn, EVENINGS nil
?JVC Al.I, HEATS WC
A 1,1, KEATS
CAPITOL
B'y at 51 SI
NE*T
"FOOLISH WIVES"
CAPITOL GRAND ORCH.
Honrs open ot Noon this week
"COME ON OVER"
? AMUSEMENTS. |
T THEATRICS AND HITS. DIRECTION OK L
J*tft Sft St. I
L jotjorf BOMBO
OQTII *T Theatre, E. of If way. Eves. 8:30.
" ^??Matinees Hat. & Wed.. 2:30. ;
BROKEN BRANCHES
Thrills. Tears and many a Hearty l>au?h
BLOS S OJVI T I ME
SHURFRT The.,44.W.of B'y.Kvs.830|L*?t
OflUDLK IjUst M*at Mut \ 30 Week
GMe^^vur "PINS and NEEDLES"
with Edith Kelly Gould & Harry Pllcer
*FI WVMTnKATRK.W.42St.EvK*.8:20.
" "Matinees Wed. A Sat. 2:20
Joweph Cawthorn and Lillian l.orralne.
missim
A MlHICAt COMK1>1 KEVELATION. j
rnupnY *l?t St., nr. B'wy. Evgs. 8:20.
wUnlLUl Mats. To-day A rfat. a( 2 :20.
- " In "THE WHI l'K
PEACOCK." by
Mme. PETROVA.
? .Mjits. To-d,
Mme. Petrova
ISFRj
KanbMORRIS SES7
fro K\ MOSCOW
DIRECT PROM LONDON?PARIS
AQTU CT THEATRE. West of Broadway.
49 in SI . Phone Circle 382ft. Eves. 8:30.
Mats. To-day. Hat. 4 Tups.. 2:30.
POPI LAR MATINEE TO DAY 2:30.
tftAPAME PIERRE
VITM
BTniiwmwp-CT??>m
' Matinee Wat urday at 2:30.
YOUR WOMAN ?Sd MINE
Belongs with'CommonClay4 VadamN-Timeti.
HE
THEATRE GUILD PRODUCTION |
WHO GETS
SLAPPED
Kulton.40.W.ofB-y.Evs.8:20.Mt?.Rat.&Wed. I
REPURLICThpa 42d 9t ? w of B'way.
ncrUDLR>Kvc,g30 Mts.Wed.A8at.2:.iO
LAWFUL LARCEHY
Republic?Sun. Night Only. Seats Now.
CLEF club
They I.lft \ ou Out of > our Seat."?Herald.
TEITINI5FWKST "?2d ST. eves, 8:3o."i
I ^Mats. Wcd^A Sat. 2:30. I
THE DEMI-VIRGIN
BELMONT"' 4S-Br" ?? k?. sm
DC.UV1UI1 I MatK.To-day & Sat. 2:30
MONTMARTRE
WITH ALL ITS FRENCH FLAVOR
^ntCN\UiCH-7n,flVJt k4?S
?N QaLWORTUV
hup
SPRINO
6
AMUSEMENTS.
EE It J. J. SHUBERT,
ntUTIinV Then.. G2n<l St. and
I, K M IIK T Cent. Park W.Em 8^0.
ULI1 I Ull I Miti.Wed.ii Hat.
"Astonishing."
?Louis V. De Foe, World.
"Unsurpassable."
?Lawrence Reamer. Herald.
"Sumptuous."
?Alan Dale. American.
"Perfect."
?Charles DarrUtm, Eve. World.
TESSA JAMES MARION
KOSTA BARTON GREEN
In the New Viennese Operetta
The DOSE of
STAMBOUL
"There was everything
to delight both the eye
and the ear. As a spec
tacle it glittered forth
in scenes of splendor
that were astonishing.
But it was much more
than that. It was a
score that contains real
ly ravishing numbers
and they were sung in
a way that gave delight.
The costuming was rich
and beautiful, and all
the component parts
were assembled with an
unfailing eye to color
harmonies and beauti
ful effects."
?Louis V. De Foe, World.
^T^psT7T!*cepnarT5wTt^?275B^^
MATPNAtf*
? AMABV 41st ST.. W. of BY
^^NIWK/ Bry 1564 Evg 8;30
Matt. Sat. & Wed.
I flUrATDP WEST 4Bt;b St. Eves. 8:30.
LUnUAlinC. MbU. Wed. It, Sat. 2:30.
? THANK- U
? ITTI C Theatre.West 44 St. Eve*. 8:10.
LI I I Lb Matinees Wed. & Hat. -
? n,. l" year
BIJOU 73>?*-.48th St., VV.ofB'way.Evs.8:30.
Mats. Saturday & Wednesday. U .30.
I DOVER ROAD
By A. A. MILNE, with /"?L
Dir. of Guthrie McCHntlc ^ cherry
BREATH .TAKING ?|
Pr??c?ll?l*EAW?WILDHOWEV^^ I
woow to ii CENTRAL top, prices. I
* n?n BiiSl A.-M) HI ITIKS I
BACK TO METHUSELAH
Prices for seats now available for second cycle of throe
performances, one week apart, commencing March 20.
Kvenlngs. *9.90. ?8.25. Jti.GO. Thursday Matinees. $6.60. Saturday Mats.. $8.25.
Draw checks to GARRICK THEATRE, (l.r> West 35th St.
CERTAIN EVENINGS 7:30 SHARP. MATINEES TO-DAY A SAT. 1:30.
APOLLO
?JVKST 43d ST.
Twice Daily
1:10 ?8:10 in
rtud but Sunday*
Pop. Matinee#.
Mitts.?All Seats 50c & $1.
D. W. GRIFFITH'S Empire of New Emotions
0WW?-S\0W
? Nights A Sat. Mat. 50e to (!. Fine Seats Oreh. $1.
NEW YORK'S LEADING THEATRES AND SUCCEBSR*
Mais. Wed. A Sat. at 3:20.
"DORIS KEANE
GLORIOUS IN
"THE CZARINA"
Em
World.
Mats. Wed. & Sat. at 2:20.
The Authors of "DULCY"
are responsible for the "Jus
tice for Women" comedy
success.
"TO THE LADIES!"
with Helen Hayes & Otto Krugcr
I YPFI IM West 46th fit. Evs.at 8:20
l_ 1 Mts. Today A Sat. at 2 20.
'Hcartilyrecommonded toalIloversofspark
ling entertainment.'? World.
IRKNF. BORDONI
'ntc FRENCH DOLt:
4 niw tov/rr
Uanrv Mitlpr'c '-'4 w.4'ist. Kv?. s r.
rtenry miiier 5 to-day a sat.
Superb Performance?A Groat Actre*e--Tlmos.
LAURETTE TAYLOR
National Anthem"
FRtm: West 42d St.
l.?at Week. Eva. 8:20.
I<aat. Mat. Sat. 2:30.
LYNN FONTANNE
FRAZCJC, MON.. MAR. 13?8EAT8 NOW
THE PIGEON GALSWORTHY
DULCY
NKW AMKTKHDAM, W. 4'i Ht. Fvfii. 8:15.
to*?..>O.Notitsrh?r
LCON 1RROL <nLU113J
NEW amsterdam roof AT 11. NEW
ZIEGFELD MIDNIGHT FROLIC
EARL CARROLL i9iwst
Eva. 8:30. Mats. TODAY A Saturday. 2:30.
"THRILLS, CHILLS
AND LAUGHTER.'
?Eve. Telegram.
BAVU
HUDSON
K5T? ST
EVE$a?f1MS
IBIiittZM
AQATRSNOV
C0HEDY vi^K
I $ VIOLET
HEMING
(lOODMOPNING DEARIE
a PCRPKT Eoo?
ARMORY, lflfith St. * Franklin Avo
NEXT SUNDAY NIGHT
Dri Itpft West 44th Street. Eves. 8.30
DfcL??l/U Mata. TO-DAY A Sat,. 3 20.
MATINEE TO-DAY at 3:30.
DAVID BELA8CO Present*
LENOMULRIOKIICI
m
Knickerbocker, H'wav. 38th St.
At s 30. Mats WED ASAT 2:3(1.
BULLDOG DRUMMONO
with A. &. MATTHEWS
GAIETY B WAY * ST.?NIGHTS J .10
_______ MATINEES WED. and SAT. S:XO
TONIGHT'S THE NIGHT
THE NEW COHAN FARCE HIT
MADELEINE f?DE MO VIES
with
GEO. M. COHAN, ihimself)
and GEORGETTE COHAN
AND A COMPANY OF COllAN COMEDIANS
Mat*
"SAM H. HARRIS* ATTRACTIONS"
?? | "A HUGE
Kvw. (1:30. ciirrpcc"
Wed. A H?t. !
"SIX CYLINDER LOVE"
CORTw 48 Ht
llryant 40.
Matlnera Wed.
and Saturday, 2:20.
MUSIC BOX
WMt 4.'th Street.
Telephone llryant 1470
Evil. 8:15 Sharp. Mats.
W LI). A HAT 2:1.%.
With
ERNKMT
TIUIKX
WALLACE EDDINGER and MARY NASH
1,1 "CAPTAIN APPLEJACK
a new comedy
hy Waller HwMt
iiniMN'a "MUSIC BOX REVUE"
William Collier. Florence Moore, Wllila I ten net t. .loaeph Santley,
Ivy Sawyer. Solly Ward. Irvlnsc llerlln. many others. Staged hy
llaaaard Short. "Beat music ahow ever made In America."-iSloho.
H8CST VAUD(.WU.E?.PEATJgE FimsT ^
asm
BV*.28*?5t
23d St:
58ftiSh
GH33P
Botliwell Brown A Browne Sin
ter* A Co.. Margaret Voting. 4
American Acea, Qulnn It Caver- i
ly. Moe & Ollle Waltera, other*
j "Old 1 aihlonrd I'lrnle Week"
"MORAN OF THE
LADY LETTY"
and si i*l(l Ml \ II DRV ii l i
Bert Fltagthhon, Wllllama A Tay
lor, The New header, Carmen
Ereelle, othera.
IIOROTHY DAI,TON In
"Mornn of Ihr l.ad> l.etty."
1 >onovan A l>ee, Claire Vincent *? i
liar I'layer*. Mntilell A Co., .lack
lloldle, roller* llartwell. Kane i
?? lirant, otha., l?orolhy Dulton i
"Moran of the Lady lAitty."
DALACE
l(?3ZXEEn
l? Oil,* S I S T K It S
r I.OHRNCK R K. K U
.1II UN STEP I,
and other Rig Acta.
??r?96H
pm
LTRway ? e? si ] ?
D| STREET
UImk'chssw
|LAZA
Mail. Ave.
A 00th St.
MOHIOm BBOS., Florence
Nii*Ii A Co., Klanngnn A M"r
rl?o'?,Syh In ( lark .Tot?.Moor?
ft ?Irtjtie, Pierre A (.eff.
ROSKIRA?* H
DOLLY SISTERS
nrt strong Supporting Bill,
f t I pi. ii. Htlllm Itlll l.lghtm r ?
ft AleiiinderRr* lie, Sjliil> am
A Co., \mr? A WlntliroB.
<-Phnioplay,"Th?SlleittCall.
WM. S.HART in 'WhileOak
& CONSTANCE TALMADGt
'A Pair of Silk Stocking*
O l.OKW'S
AtUTF H'way and
UlAlt 481h Bt.
Con.11 A.M. lo 12 r.M.
Aft., noc Night, r>oc.
In addition to uaiial
Co.
George Beban &
appearing In PERSON
A In the Film Claaaln,
?The Sign of the Rim.'
eteellenl P*?*rani,
CHI IIMRIA B'waylTwIce Iially|Burl?aqu?
ULUmolA 4 47,1,13:15 A * IMPopTrl."i
FLASHLIGHTSi^tl22 *w!

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