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Shaw's 'Candida'
Js Revived at
Village Theater
Greenwich Section Sees Miss
Toil Volkenburg and Maurice
Brown in Leading: Roles.
(From- Yesterday's Late Editions.)
Yi"\ss Ellen Van Volkenburg and Mau
rice Browne gave last night as the'
Initial three weeks offering of their rep
ertoire season at the Greenwich Village!
Theater a fair but pallid revival of
Bernard Shaw'i "Candida." which is'
probably the ideal type of play for that!
hotbed of feminism, Washington Square. I
It was not the performance of Miss Van i
Volkenburg in the leading feminine role ;
?which caused the bobbed heads to bob
mof?t of all. That was intelligent but I
colorless, which at first l sight would j
seem to be the appropriate style in
which to decorate this role.
The performance which drew the most
attention was that of Maurice Browne,
not so much for the actual talent dis
played, but as a specimen of high speed
output In characterization. Byron Foul
ger. originally cast for the part of [
Marrh banks, had to retire, it whs said,
nr the eleventh hour because of throat
trouble, and Browne had to jump into
the role of the London poet with only
hia long hair comletely prepared for it.
Considering the fact that lie had only
R day to become letter perfect in the long
speeches of a character he had never
portrayed before, Browne did the rest
less, ineffectual but clairvoyant poet
quite well except Jn the trifle of voice.
His tones were hard and metallic, rarely
suggestive of the expected lyric quality,
nnd smacking more of Kansas than of
Kensington, [
, Tt seemed that some one of more ro
bust quality than Miss Van Volkenburg
was needed to convince one that she
could dominate, a strapping six footer
and an impish incarnation of Sha
vianism.
Moroni OJsen lent such a sympathetic j
voice to the cleric's role that it seemed ;
likely h 1 would win a straw vote among i
the audience. The cast, despite a pal
pable tendency to farce *t times, hurdled
the long speeches fairly well?which
ought to give then good Impetus for
thri o weeks.
NOVEL STAGE DEVICE AT YALE.
2! In la t urc Mode] 'With I.ight* V?fd
tu Instruct Stodrnti.
Hayek. Conn.. March 23.?
V lie's newest dramatic society, the
I'l.tycraftsmen, has adopted laboratory
work as a means of instruction and has
Installed a miniature model stage. Ave
feet square, for experiments In scene
s iting and stage lighting.
'"be proscenium opening is 80 by 35
iti?ies, and on the stage are moit of
fi devices used in stage setting and
shifting, There are also lighting ar
rat pements with miniature varl-colored
lights to demonstrate effects upon
scnery and costumes. Prof. J. R.
('iawford devised the sta?e. and lie
vr-es eight men In handling the scenery,
white twenty-two are In the casts of
four plays In which instruction in being
given.
I.THEL LEVEY IN NEW PLAY.
To .t|iprnr la "(iu Ko?t .Unhrl,"
Moaleal Comedy.
H:hel Levey, who has been resting at
Phlrti Beach fcfter a vaudeville tour, is
so'ng b;?c'? into the legitimate and will
be seen here next month as the star of
a mvsleal play ea'led "Go Easy Mabel"
vnd r the management of Lee Morrison.
Tt is several years since this actress,
who is almost as well known in London
ps Xew York, has appeared here outside.
? he music halls. Her last time In Xew
Vork was at the Palece, when her
dauyhte**. Mis* Georgette Cohan, now a
eoii-tar with her father, made her stage
(!ehnt here.
Miss Levey will srrive from Palm
Peach on Monday, and will becin re
htn:'*a!s on Wednesday. She will open
In the new play at the Apolla Theatre.
Atlantic City. I^aster week, anil will
eonie direct to a Broadwr>r theater.)
Charles <?er>rge?a new author's pen i
name probtbly?wrote lyrics, music and '
hook. If the play is a suceess here Miss '
Levey will take It to London and Taris. '
NEW PLAY FOR ARGENTINA.
Hi'Dnvrnttl, Spanish Author, to
Prod nee Spiritualistic Drama.
Madrid. March 23.?.'acinto Bena
vent". author and playwright, will leave
tvithin a few days for South America,
M'companied among others by Rlcardo
Pcga. and T.,oli Membrlve-<, the latter
two to head a theatrical company which
trill produce a new play by Benavonte,
ojcninK at Buenos Aires. The play,
entitled "Beyond Death." deals with
rplrltualism and theos.^phy. Benavente
is also writing another p!ay, which has
yet not been titled.
The playwright ifnd hi* associate*
plan to remain five months In South
America, afterward going to the central
American republics.
REPORT CROW WILL
QUIT UNCONFIRMED
Brother of Sick Senator Knows
Nothing of Resignation.
PiTTMrisoit. >larclt i'3 ~ Humors that
F' nnfor William K. Crow would resign
In-day, so 'lint fiov. Sproul could appoint
.loiiti A. Bcli, a Pittr-burgh banker, In
lime for Mr. Bell to vote on the Pacific:
treaty. Tailed of confirmation.
!>r. Crow, the 8"nator's brother, over
the telephone from 1'nlontown, Pa., said
I r knew nothing nbo'tt the reported
resignation.
Mr. B*'l said he had heard that Sen
ator Crow might resign, but he did not
kt.ow that such nctlnn had bean tnUen.
"I don't know that the Governor will
anpolnt r?r !r> the vacancy should one
Occur." said Mr. Bell, "hut If lie does t
t m quite aure I could t>e In Washington
to-mnrrow In t.ire to vote on the treaty."
A MONO Till: I'l.A VldlBIID,
M>-? William Corcoran Kuatls, Charles
A. Van Kensselaer, Mr. and Mrs. William
Manball Bullitt. I.ad.v Duveeri. Mr.
aid Mrs. Pint Puller, Mtr. Frederick
T. l>al/.lol and Mr. and Mrs. H. Kier
St' de Hudson wore among those seelnt!
"The Cat and tiie Canary" at the Na
tional last night.
At the Umpire for "The Czarina" were
Mr. and Mrs. Oodfrey Adams, Ronald
N. I?ewis irtd Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Car
! roll.
Roberto Moranxoni. Italian conductoi
nf fhe Metropolitan Opera, entertained
a party at .Tolaon's Theater to se?
"Bombo" nnd in honor of the occasion
I .Tolron conducted the orchestra In th?
I overture.
Mr. and Mrs. Reginald I>. O. Auchir).
| flogs, Mr. Wlllard P. l^tner and Mr
I Townsend Martin were among thosi
weeing "Good Morning Desrlc" at tin
1 tllobe.
\t "Bill 1>o* Jl'iimrr.ond" at thi
i Knlckrwboi Iter wer? Mr. and Mr*. Clar
I enve l>l*on and Mr. Edgar Lee.
GREAT NECK ACTORS TO HAVE
TRYOUT THEATER NEAR HOME
Playhouse of the Most Up to Date Type to Take Laurels
From Stamford and New Haven.
Plans are afoot to give Its own thea
ter to Great Neck, Long Island, already
known to fame and drama as the rally
ing point of many actors and managers
who golf and occasionally stay at home
there. The theater Is to be of the most
up to date type, with hat check boys
and everything. The aim Is to provide
a tryout theater within easy access of
New York city, where Broadway at
tractions can be offered at regular prices
minus the Broadway ticket speculator.
Instead of trying It "on the dog," actors
may henceforth try it on themselves.
Tlie syndicate planning' this renais
sance of art In Great Neck have already
approached Sam H. Harris, leading pro
ducer and himself residing in tho vicin
ity, to lease the contemplated playhouse
and develop it into a Great Neck In
stitution. Mr, Harris said yesterday
that negotiations had been opened with
him, but that no contracts had been
signed.
He said that the theater, for which
ground has not yet been broken, was
considered advantageous because it of-,
fers a more convenient place for try
outs than New Haven or Stamford,
whose place in history has hitherto been
looked upon as secure .as the towns for
getting a straw vote on public opinion
in the theater. Moreover, many actors
have homes there or friends who would
save them the necessity of being awak
ened by bell hops too late for breakfast
and too early for dinner. And country
Stars and Managers
Enlist as Workers
for Russian Benefit
i
Ed Wynn, Porter, Miss Ulric,
Usher. When 'Chauve Souris'
Has Special Performance.
It is difficult to get hold of an orig
inal Idea for a benefit, but a committee
of theatrical managers, with Morris
Gest as chairman and treasurer, has
done it. By arrangement with Nikita
Balleff they have arranged for Ameri
can stage stars to unite with the Rus
sian "Chauve Souris" in a unique tes
timonial at the Forty-ninth Street Thea
ter on Sunday night, April 9. to raise
funds for procuring food for starving
theatrical artists in Russia. Whilo the
Bat Theater company from Moscow is j
giving a special performance under
fashionable auspices, the stars will be
serving rs attaches of the theater, even
to being the hat check boys, who
haughtily accept your tip and then
give you the wrong coat.
Kd Wynn, star of "The Perfect Fool,"
will bo chief porter and carriage man.
A1 Jolson, star of "Bombo," will be chief 1
doorkeeper and ticket taker. Sam Ber- j
nard wHl be chief coat chccker. Miss !
Lenore T'lrlc, star of "Kiki," will show |
patrons to their seat* via the left aisle; {
Miss Lauretta Taylor of "The National i
Anthem," will ask for your seat coupons ,
in center aisle, and Miss Doris Keano of
"The Czarina." will be gnlde in the I
right.
Two little girls will hand you pro- j
grams?Misses Lillian and Dorothy j
Gish. dressed in the costumes they wear J
in "Orphans of the Storm." Leon Errol j
and Walter Catlett of "Sally" will bo
water bors. The young man selling
music will be Irving Berlin. Back :
stags will be two rising young pro
ducers as property boys?Sam Harris
an<l John Golden.
Tho committee of managers includes
David Belasco. Giulio Gatti-Casazza,
David W. Griffith. E. F. Albee, Winth
rop Ames. Arthur Hopkins, John Golden,
Winchell Smith, A. H. Woods, George M.
Cohan, Gilbert Miller, Edward Ziegler,
Sam H. Harris, F. Slegfeld, Jr., Charles
B. Dillingham. A. L. Erlanger, Lee Shu- |
bert, J. J. Shubert. Arche and Edgar
Selwyn, F. Ray Comstock, Lawrence
Weber and Arthur Hammersteln.
The patronesses of the benefit are Mrs. |
W. K. Vanderbllt. Mr?. Otto H. Kahn,
Mrs. Borden Harriman. Mrs. Charles j
Dana Gibson, Mrs. Rita Lydig. Mrs.
William Chandler and Mrs. Homer Rog
ers Wlnthrop.
GIRL WHO QUIT COLLEGE
TO COOK IS HOME AGAIN
Miss Edna Taylor, who left her classes
at the University of Chicago last week
and disappiared, was taken early yes
terday by her father. Alfred H. Taylor,
architect, with an office at 138 West
Sixty-fifth street, to his home at New
Canaan, Conn., where she will rest for
several weeks.
Wlwm Miss Taylor disappeared the
two jfirls who had an apartment with !
her notified her father, and for several
days a senrch for her was kept up. Sho
was fend in a boarding housi lesrt
than 10) yards from the campus of the
University of Chicago. She said she i
had become tired of classes and hod j
decided to go to work. Tart of the time
she was away she worked as a cook.
flKI.D FOR HBALTT IWHDLBS. ,
Morris Schoenbaum. a lawyer, with !
offices at 512 Fifth avenue and a home j
at Heile Haven. JI., was arraigned !
yesterday before Magistrate Levine In J
West Side Court on a charge of grand
larceny and held In }3.i7M bail for a
hearing nest Tuesday. Julius Bclt'ort. a i
real potato operator of J!) Oak street,
Jamaica, T<. I.. also was held In I.ViOO
on a chareg of obtaining money under j
false pretense*. Hchoenbaum and Hel
fort were aTr.'sted on complaint of
Henry It. Kindt of 5;t Union street, j
Jamaica. wITo charges them with real
estate swindles.
"The First Man." Kugene O'Neill'* piny
St. Mi* Neighborhood Plnvbou*e, will breath*
| Itr last on Frl'lay evening, March St.
Annon'W'cmeiit 1* made that Charlotte
Greenwood. no'-, appearing In "I?etty I'ap
)>ei" In Philadelphia, I* showing *tgne of
! Mnit I ended stralslit for Broadway and
**III iitlRht st the Vaandfrbllt Theater om
I Anrll 1(1
He\ nty-flve member* of the nvlatlm dlvl
*lon of the New York Police l>epBrtfn?nt
: have accepted an Invitation from t'harleu
1 t iiiiirirhxni i" ** It end Monday n'l't" '-r
formanco of "Uet Together" at the 111',
pod row*.
| t'eerinlsalo'i ??? (ranted to William Mar
: tin-Jones, TCrtsllah scene builder now here.
1 to study the trick construction of the scenery
tn "Hull l>og Imimntond" at the Knl? kcr
hoeker Theater, which enabl' ? the Amer
ican version to hnvo Its I '? rlor st ta
' chniia'd la te"* than a 'nlnut.-.
f'arle Carlton hs? rnSHrtnl for ths vamp
| In tl># mm'her ona ' Tangerine" conmuny for
next srnion none othfr than Beeulali Bet
I son. whom he discovered singing In a
1 Broad*ay cafe, *nd decided upon ni sn
I o'her plft tn the public.
t'leo Mayfleld Introduced Into "The Blush
I Ing Bride" at the Astor Theater last night
l a? evenln- gown of wHte satin with a
bodice held In place, front and back, by a
| otrlag of pearls, but nothing lianpened. '
Taylor Holmes, starring with Frances
White In "The Hotel Mouse" at the Shu
hert Theater. ha? written a song which
j sow one fl*a win sing In the production
1 next week,
, At the request of oH<*lnl? of the French
, line a large portrait of Vivian Martin. fe?
j tured In ".luat Married" at Hie Nora Bay'-^
Theater, will soon decorate t|)0 ladle solon
of the etsamahlp f.afayette. because thl*
boat I* the scene of the farce and Ilia*
Martin never seems to be seasick on ft.
r
I Notes
v*
homes in that region can provide first
night gathering!) of almost Broadway
brilliane*. averaging probably aa many
quarts of diamonds. The actors them
selves would furnish most critical audi
ences who would probably never com
mit the unpardonublo sin of l&'ughing
in the wrong plai'e. They know how
that feels themselves.
Among the stars who live In the neigh
borhood are I)e Wolf Ho-pper, Frank
Craven, John E. Hazz&rd, Ernest Truex,
Oscar Shaw, Otto Kruger, Lyster Cham
bers and Joseph Santley. Managers are
alsa represented in tho theatrical colony
there, among them being George. M.
Cohan, Sam H. Harris, Arthur Hopkins,
John Golden, Martin Herrman and
George Nicola).
The last couple of seasons has wit
nessed a tendency among managers to
open plays at Itockaway or Brooklyn
and despoil the two Connecticut town# of
their claim to being the cradles of the
American drama. The new theater,
which will be the first definitely In
tended for such a purpose on Long
Island, will b? In an apartment and
playhouse block, where janitors will be
a necessity of life- as well as Thespians.
It is planned as a movie and vaudeville
houte during the slack periods, as well
as providing a place where players tem
porarily out of an engagement can star I
themselves In benefits. It will be located
at a spot which Frank Craven and the j
other actors proudly refer to as "right
near Smith's garage."
SOVIET DENOUNCED
FOR JAILING'REDS'
Swedish Socialists Protest
Against Treatment of Russian
and Georgian Bretliern.
Stockholm, March 22.?The Social
Democratic party of Sweden, of which
Premier Brantlng is the head, sent to
the Soviet Government of Russia an in
dignant protest against the imprison
ment of 5,000 Socialists In Georgia and
Russia. The message which was sent to
Moscow by a special courier says:
"The working class of Sweden has re
ceived reports regarding the treatment
bv the Soviet Government of Russian
and Georgian Socialists which has
aroused stupefaction and nnger. Over
200 Russian Socialists of different
groups have been forced to resort to
hunger strike in order to call the world's
attention to the sufferings to which they
are exposed and to obtain forcibly an
Improvement of their conditions.
"Five-thousand Georgian iSocial Demo
crats are now in prison on account of
their not having voluntarily submitted
to the force of Russian occupation.
Others are deported by thousands or are
forced to keep in hiding in order to e?
caP^ the fate of those already arrested.
It ought not to be possible that a
Government that has repeatedly declared
itself to be following a policy founded on
Socialist principles could submit its So
cialist citizenes to such treatment. It Is
however, evident that the reports we
receive are truthful, which must mean
that the Soviet Government ruthlessly
violates the fundamental principles of'
Socialism and in a manner of unbeliev
able grossness challenges labor opinion
till over the world.
1 he crimes which the Soviet power
thus committed and commits can hardly
be atoned for. We know that wo are
speaking in the name of a practically
unanimous Swedish working class when
we are telling you that unless the Rus
sian and Georgian Socialists are set free
and humanly treated the Russian Soviet
Government will be the object of gen
eral detestation within the working clas*
of this country. Deeply agitated and
bitterly Indignant, we protest against
your treatment of Socialists who do not
agree with the principles of Communism.
"We cannot forego emphasizing the
j completely untenable and unconceivable
j contradiction between the exhortation
| by the Communist International to the
working men of western Europe to
form a united front and the actions of
the Government that in the name of
Communism wields the power over Rus
sia and some of its protectorates.
ROB PAWNSHOP OF SIOO.OOO.
; Cincinnati, March 23.?Within full
?lew of hundreds of passersby three
1 bandits to-day held up the Liberal Loan
office and escapsd with diamonds and
j Jewelry estimated at J100.000.
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LAST OF U. S. DEAD
SENT FROM FRANCE
to,023 at Rest Hero and 30,
000 Will Sleep in Soil of
Sister Republic.
IN FOUR FIELDS OF HONOR
French Folk Make Our Dead
Their Own?500 in Last
Bivouac in-Surrey.
raius, March 22.?The work of re
turning to the United States the bodies
of American soldiers who died In France
has been completed with a final ship
ment of 1,500 bodies from Brest for
'New York. This brings the total num
ber of American bodies returned to
45.023.
The simple announcement of the com
pletion of the task marks tbe close of
one of the most trying and difficult
problems ever placed before the Ameri
can army. The American Graves Regis
tration Service, the special branch of the
army organized for the purpose, employ
ing several thousand men under the
direction of American officers, began
work In February, 1920.
Agents of that service will now go to
England ami assemble ninety-seven
American bodies destined for shipment
to America. These were American sol
diers who died in widely scattered parts
of Ireland, Scotland, Wales and Eng
land. Five hundred other bodies of
Americans whose relatives have decided
to leave them in England will be con
centrated In a beautiful little permanent
cemetery at Brookwood, Surrey, Eng
land, the British Government having
given the site. This work will be com
pleted by July.
Scheme of BeaDtfllcatlon.
An extensive scheme of beautification |
has been developed by a special Fine
Arts Commission for the four cemeter- !
ies In France, which are to be the per
manent resting places of albout 30,000 1
Americans who fell In the world war.
Original plans called for the expenditure |
of nearly *3,000.000, tout In the interest
of Government economy this sum has1
been reduced to about Jl,000,000.
Work will begin immediately after1
I
this appropriation is mado by Co inures*.
Col. H. V. Rethers, Who has been in
charge of the graves registration work,
probably will direct
The four Fields of Honor are Suresnes
Cemetery, near Parte; Bony, near St
Quentln ; Belleau Wood, near Chuuteau
Thierry, and the Argonire, or Romagne
Cemetery, near Romagnc-aous-Mont
faucon. For the latter a scheme has
been worked out which will make It
very much like Arlington Cemetery.
Each cemetery is to have a rest house
and chapel for visitors and every grave
will be marked with a uniform head
stone.
French Tributes to Our Dead.
One of the most touching features In
the four cemeteries Is the way in which
the I-Yench have made them their own.
Sunday never goes by without scores
of French folk visiting them and plac
ing flowers on the graves. This mani
festation of friendship and appreciation
has caused many relatives to leave the
bodies In France.
The beautifying of the Fields of Honor
will take two years, but a great deal of
preliminary work has already been done
and the cemeteries In tiielr present
state are Impressive.
When the Graves Registration Ser
vice began its work the bodies were In
morn than 500 cemeteries scattered in
every rart of France, Alsace-Lorraine
and Germany. The service will main
tain a permanent office In Paris for the
convenience of American visitors.
HFHT 18 BOY MOTOR BANDITS.
Buffalo, March 23.?Detectives started
out to-day to arrest eighteen high school
boys alleged to have been Involved In
numerous thefts of automobiles during
the last three months. Stolen cars were
abandoned after Joy rides, the police
say.
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j Continuing Dally Until April 1
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the Old World Arts, Inc., consist lng
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I of Antiques, museum pieces, collec
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tiles with 14 karat gold threads,
carved Ivories, pictures antique and
modern, unusual lamps, real jeweled
. clocks, slnirlng birds, the largest col
! lection of wonderful ship models ever
j offered to the public as made for
President Harding and the Smlthso
I ulan Institute, chandcllers, Copcn
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Bermuda, Jamaica, Mexico, South America?
and our own wonderful United States?all
bcckoning you to come. All have
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IfMtrr to go?How to to?U'kat
it rati?all explained. Travel
il cheaper than is generally be
lieved. Leading transportation
companies of the Old and New
World* combine to make thit
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ing from ?50. to '5,000. tell yon
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live.,8. Pi ratTtM*. Caaal tint tutte. Eaatnn^Pa
I ralta.Rorl :Meader,DeL,uca,t>ldur. Uodanzky.
Sat. at '2. Don Carlos. Peralta, Gordon, Oalll;
Mart Infill, Do Luca. DIdur. Papl.
I Snt. at H tPop. Prices), Double lttll, Oracolo.
Sundellus, Arden; llarrold, Bcottl, Martlno.
' Jiimboxrhek. Amora del tre Be. Easton;
? iSigll, Ploco, Rothler. Moranzonl.
sun. Evo. Concert. Nilreryhaxl. pianist;
Ii'Arle. Roaclle, Dalannola, L.ttskn; Mnailer,
liwixlli fcWml. Mm rtliio. Oreh. Pellotler.
Next Mon.,Spe?'l Mat. at 37.10, Snow Malden'l
j |H<Tl.D'Arle,DelaunoU; Dlax,Chalmers, Ro-|
Bodanaky. Prtaaa $ I to f
Mon. Eve. at % Mmhm. l-'arrar, Miriam.
, Ww i OhtnlN, Scoltljfntthlll. HaaMlmam
Wed. at S, l.oreley. Muxlo, Sitndellna, C.alli;
('.1*11, Danlse, Mnrdonct. Moranmnl.
! .lerltxa; Chamlee, Srottl
' An?Man,Mnlntesta.Paltrlnlcrl. Moranxonl
Frl. nt h, Forxa del Destlno, Ponnella, Gor
don, Oalll; Martlnelli, Danlse, Mnrdones,
Chalmers. Papl.
Thurx. at 8, t.oui?e. Karrar, Btrat; Har
rold. Rot liter, Dlar. Hasselmans.
lunrMAN piano cked.
(V. Y. SYMPHONY
WALTER DAMROSCH, Conductor
CARMQOIN HAM, TO MOIIT AT SHIS.
I M.HAIlCoWSKY, .Symphony No. 4
WAGNER, f *c*rpt? from "Tinnhautrr''
ln< lit'iln* Prilnde !<. Act HI., rilrilinnc
to Ror.ie. Ellmbotlrf Air. Mnrch mid
Chorus frot,. Act II. Overture.
WBHKR. Arls from "< >BKROM."
Soprano Elsa Stalin
AF.OI.fAjr HAM.. Next Sun. Aft. nt S.
f losing Concc-t of the Season
soiou. JOSEF LHEVINNE
SCHUREr.T. Vaughno Wllllanw.
tlcethnv.n, d'lnrty, .lohanu Htram.?.
Hints nt Box Offl. es. Oeorge Engles. Mgr.
Town llnll. Sitmlny Aft.. March 'M. nt 3:3?.
THK KMCIKTY OF Till:
Friends of Music
r-HIPPODROME.Sim.tn.. Mar. ft.';,?
F1r?? appearance In N. T. In 7 years of
World Famous Contralto, Dama CI.ARA
BUTT
with the Celsbratad Ilarltona Kennerley
RUMFORD
Assisted hy MEI-KA., Violinist,
(?BACK TORINO'S, PlnnUte.
Ticket* Now on Hal", 60o. to ?. Mall
orders to Hlppodroma. (Btelnway Piano.)
Mtit. Int. Conn'rt l)lre<., Inc., ? 0. Ifurak.
Ciirne?le
llnll,
TO-MORROW
VIOI.IN R K C 11
E R N A
(Hat.) Aft |
nt it. i
n K (! I T A h
RUBINSTEIN
Manavement Dsnl?l Mnrer. strlnnnr Piano.
TOWN HAM,, TO-NIOIIT AT S:I3.
BACHAUS
4TJI PIAMO RErtTAI., (Baldwin Plan O
M., ne\l T?M. at S? FBF.IH.H
HAROLD BAUER U I X 0 N
TV *Uat IV'x'^'ff?it o^Viss'HwUn'tove^l W 34 1 Plnno Racial. (Maaon A Hamlin Piano.)
Ml,, (lire, t.m: A It II It BOl>AN2H\ WX HAM. n. ^ Ijies. nt J-FltK.OI .Kit
Xs^is'lnK Vrllfr
AMUSEMENTS.
.AMERICA'S 1-ORliMOS'
TwlceDally.2 :15-8:13
SHUBERT VAUDEVIL.UB.
HaJperln, Hello Story. Clark *
McCuilough in "Chuckles of 1921." Others.
rOMPnV 4,st s*- near B'way. Eves. 8:30.
ItUmCVT Mult To-rr.'?- * Ttlttrs. *t 5:30.
WHITEJIDE^HINDU
ASTOR TUoa. ,45th St. 4 Il'way. Eva. 8:30.
n* I To-morrow * Wednesday 2:30
CECIL LEAN and CLEO MAY FltLD
In the Musical Comedy Hit
The BLUSHING BRIDE
Eve*. (Except Saturday), Best Seats $2.50.
CEvs, :;fll.Mti.Tom..VT)i.M|^^_
sm n
GREENWICH VIUAOE TXmJMhI
~~~\V11X1AM A. BKADY Present*"^"
Dl AVUnilCC Vl 4Sth. Eves. 8:S0.
? LATnUU?E..viu. To-m'tiAWed. 3:30
'UP THE UDDER'
With DORIS KENTON.
Mars.To-m'w.Wed. &? Thur.
With
LUCIUS
WATSON
? ;vi a rs. i o-m w,?t
THE NEST
TIMES SQUARE THEATRE
42d,\V.of B'y.Kvs.8:30.Mto.To-m'w,Thur.
WILLIAM COURTENAY | By Jules
in "THE LAW BREAKER") Goodman
TIMES SO. SPECIAL? Urn.Sun.Ev..A
HOUDINI ln Person and o
the Screen Id
"THE MAN FROM BEYOND."
Weirdest story ever screened.
Arthur Hopkins Presents
Pauline Lord
in Eugene O'NclU's Flay
"Anna Christie"
To meet pnblic demand
X. Y. engagement extended
One Week. More
Positively ends Sat., April 1.
W. 48th 8t. Eves.
Mais. Wed. & Sat.
Arthur Hopkins Presents
Arnold Daly
In a Romantic Comedy
"Voltaire"
A highly effective comedy made out
of flashes of a great matt. . . . Daly
doing his best work in many years.
?Kenneth McGowan, Globe.
Dlwmnufh Th lV- 43th Et. Eves. 8:30.
riymOINII in. Mats. Thurs. it Sat.
PFl TIUCP WEST42d ST. EVES. 8:30.1
| C.LI INUCMats. Wed. A Sat. 2:30. I
THE DEMI-VIRGIN
DCpHDI ipThea . 42d St .W. of B way.
nc.ru DUHiKves.8:?0.Mts.Wed.ASat.2.30.
lawful larceny
fFNTRA! THKA.. B'WAY at47TH ST.
CONT.NOONTOUP.il.
CARL LAEMMI.E Presents
PRISCILLA DEAN
in her latest and "WILD HONEY"
greatest thriller nunci
Two ] MARY PICKFORD
Special 1 in "goino straight"
1 r!fieri andPrerolerPresentation InN. Y.
Features | "THE LEATHER RUSHERS"
APOLLO 2:10* 1mIu<M*ISMAdays*
D. W. GRIFFITH'S
umu OP NSW EMOTIONS
omus
S\0?M
Mats. Alt Bsats Wo * <1 00 N%hts * SM. Mat
6Oe to C OO P??s Hra?s Oieh*su? S100
Beginning Sunday
Some call it
SUPERSTITION;
Some call it FATE
A Loan
Jfgrcu tun
Production from
Jean Ricbepin's Story
" MI ARK A A Vitagraph
Production with Mme.
Rejane, the eminent actress.
?but the nomadi of the
road, who are the mat
ters of the secrets of
the cards, are yet their
slaves! See how one
girl rebelled against
their domination, and
triumphed yet lost!
CAKMUilF. HAM.. Tills ACT. at S::?0.
ALKVAMiKR NCHMRM.KII. VMInUt
'KIN IIKI.I>tfNI.I;l?KV'
Sandny Art . Mrtr. ill, :i:00
MYRA HKsS. I'liinM?I'ulliHIr Sym.
METROPOLITAN OI'KKA HOUSR
tUSftOAY KVK.. MARCH 2*. H::iO
(Unw'iiK V?n Vllrt, f'rllNt, A??Uting
finch Siiltr? I'nthftlc Symphony
FrltW F. iAlltel*. M?r. Ktvlnwny llftno.
PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA
I.KOPOI.D NTOKOWMKI, <'nndiietor.
C.MtNK'ilK'ITCTHAY ]\/1Ar? ?R Hi
HAM. KVI'NIN'i; 1TI.1iV,60 fc.,
HANS KIM?l.i;H. \ inlonrriiint.
AKO I.IAN HAM,, Tim#; Aft., Mnr< h '.-g
ArOIISTA
REDYN
MR77.0
fHlWIIon CATHARINK A. flAMMAK.
Nnrmitn Krrry At Anna
Mail. Av<*> ftUfMM. ir Hulh Knlnml In
A G?th
K
?White R??l?.'
AMU8EM KUTS.
AMUSEMENTS.
r THEATRES AND HITS. DIRECTION OF LEE * J. J. SHUBERT,
rriJTIIDV The*.. 03d ft Cent. Pk. West.
vMiUKTKva,8J0-Mam.Tm'wft W.d.2 20
Tmih Knita. Jai. Mar ton, Mnrton (!rr*n In
Ml* Tirr.'wi W#d. V:2>.
$%.RWE*/STAMB0UL"At J?U?H ?oMW
KV'CS 1KX.< KPT BAT.) SOc TO W3. il)
ja* mm lU^syqriyvjf
BuSU*.
comfw
g em
*r7A?\
E?TAYIDRrtOiMO
ra MOUSE-MB
44TH ST Th" "r- ?? w.?y- k v ,.a -so.
tii ? *??MatnTo-m.ft Wed.2.30. ?
ewLUEfwie LILIOM^
ai
flmhstinlftr 4&tt>.nr. B'f.Olpcte87fi2. Eva.
Aoiaasuoor 8ao m>u rom w&wwi.a ao.
BLOSSOM TIME
?rMdhunt.44St.Uva.a 20. Mts.TmwAThU.
? The Musical "Pomander Walk"
MARJOLAINE
With PBCH3Y WOOD ft LENNOX PAW
PRIMPFSC 38th8t..E.of B'way. JSvs.8:30.
rninVCM M#u_ To-mo|Tow i Wed. 2:30.
'THE FIRST FIFTY YEARS'
With CLABE KAUEH ft TOM POWEK8
Mua. To-in'w & Wed.
YOUR WOMAN AND MINE
<FI 1ATVM THEATRE.W.42Ht.Kves.S:20.
I n Mats. Wed. & Sat. at2:20.
Joseph t an thoro and l.llli.m I <iir?in'-. ?
in ruiT ?*ir j 1 1 y m
TireLHl1] aIHh*ir=Kl
MUSICAL COMEDY SENSATION.
Tpf*>rnt
from woscow
Direc t from L ON DON ~r PA RJS
Att^tT nheaere \wesr or- b^wav
JTt mon* CHICLE 3620 EVS S 30
MATS. TO-M'W, TBIIS. & THUKS.
SELWYN jJSSftg. TO-DAY
Sun. Nijjhts at. 8:30; Tusk., Fri. Mat*. at ?>
RUTH DRAPER
In ORIGINAL CHARACTr.lt NKETCH1X.
Ch ano" 0/ I'roprantme at Each Pcrfunn'<
Tkt?.50c to K. 42(1
/
Mta.To-m'w.fcThur.2 <0
MONTMARTRE j
WITH ALL ITS FRENCH FLAVOR
RfWlTU We,t 4?th St. Evs 8:30.
DUVI rl Mat*. Tom'wi Wod. 2:30 '
MILNE'S NEW COMEDY?THE
ABOUT BLAYDS
With O. P. HEC.GIE and
ALEXANDRA CARLISLE
MATPNAft*'
41st ST., W. of B Y
m
ANY Bry. 1564. Evs. 8:31
Mats. Tom'w& Wed.
MARA RAVF^ w. 44tbSt. Kveninjrs s r,o.
nun A MTM Mats. Tom'w A Wed. a
IIHOMIIRflMR
Rl IAII Thea..46U? St..W.of B'way.Evs.StfO.
DlwUU M;its. To-morrow A Wednesday 2 ;30.
? DOVER ROAD
By A. A. MILNE. with fl...
Dir. of Guthrie Mcciintic vims, tnerry
I VRir ? 'd St.. W. oTB'way. Kvw
"I HIv Matinee* Tom'wA W>d.2:20.
?0*<k00msssAw
The Smashing Musical Comedy lilt!
W. 4/ithS*. Eve. 8.30.
Mut?. Wed. A Sat. 2730.
SENSATION OF NEW YORK ? LONUON
MOROSCO
MaviBA FlllnH'* aBth- nr- B'way. Eva. 8:30.
MlXIM tlnOn I Mats. Tom'w & Wed. 2:30.
THE
MOUWIN MAN
With
Sidney
Mac Inner
Keeps Standees on Tit a of Thu^r Toes.
E?
Additional films will be "Madame Butteidfs""Cfctmen,'
Tosca," scenics and comedies.
The following stars will appear oo tb+ screen:
Betty Compson, Bebe Daniels. Cferaldiae ftrr^Julia
Ann Forrest, Pauline
Martha Mansfield, Mae
Soott, Oloria Swanson, Alma
John Banrmote,
Lew Cody, Pedi
tiro De
Hatton, Brandon H'
Miltern, Marshall
Wallace Reld, Theodore
Performances wiQ begin dotty** noa&
?JOHN GOLDEN
Thank-U ? n' 1" YEAR
208th UVGHINR AVDItNOK
L0N6ACRE
Tim# at the Frank Citm <
HKGIfiiFUTTU
STAGKD Hi IriNCUSLL SMITIl^^^m
8:30. ?
?2:30.
HE
WHO
GETS
-THEATRE CUltD PRODCCTIOISS.
FULTONTHEATRE
46tb. W. of B'way.
? vs.8:20. Matlneoo
HUrran. To-m w A Wed.
to methuselah&a?k
Evil 8:10 sharp. Mta. Tom'w A Thurs. 3:10
1ft Performance* all thin week.
NEW YORK'S LEADING THEATRES AND SUCCESSES
EMPIRE P-W*y -- 9t. K*?mtil?* 8;20.
Mala. Wed. A Sat. at 2:t0.
"DORIS KEANE
CI.ORIOC8 IN
'THE CZARINA
World.
I I DCDTV WEST 43d ST. KvenltUt"8:30
LI Dun I I Mat*. To-m'w A Wed. 2:20.
'Such noble fooling at George Ade
might have been proud to aign."
?Mr. woollcott, Times.
to i AniFQiH*|enHayM
THeLALFIEiJIoUo Kruger
By the Men who Wrote "DUIX3Y."
I YTFIIM West 45th St. Even. at 8:20.
LIl/CUW MaUi To-m'w A Thurs. at 2:30
IRENE BORDONI
rwTthTreT^.) "The French Doll"
RPI Itrn West 44thSt. Evenings8:20.
DtL?JW Maita. 1 o-m'wAThurs. at 2:20.
"Miss Ulrle'a performance a* KIWI la
the most flntahen plwf of acting of tbo
season."?Heywood Broua.
DAVID BE LA SCO Presents
lenoreuLRIC?KIK1
GAIETY!
vvJ? wIt
frtsw*465ic?aTo?-i_
I MTSWU "J H
? rrc* rAfce ?
?7v?wv 3?A30*S ? ?
HAKLEIME^HOVKS I
(ZOKE HCOHAR^Fr I
GEOACETTI CONMt.MITN OOMCLiy ?
oa*4CAST Of COM AN COMEDIANS M
NEW AMSTERDAM .W. 43 St. Kv??. 8:15.
Pen Vats Wed A?r>t..MVto?2n
i .MVNoMleh<?r.
SALLY
I Marilyn
LEON UROLln^^^l
NEW AMSTERDAM ROOF AT 11. NEW
ZIEGFELD MIDNIGHT FROLIC
60 St. Tel.flO Circle.
Eves. 8:30. Matt. To-m'iv A Thurs. \>30
ust Because
A MELODY COMEDY wltli
A Star Cast anil a Rosebud Ohorus.
Uaxvu Millar'e 121 W. 43 St. Kv*. H:l.r>.
nenry Miners Mata-To-m*.* Thurs
Superb performance?a Oreat Art.re:?.-Tlmon
LAURETTE TAYLOR
if42g'a..'SV; Watiowsl Anthem"
vBKMSji ,
KNICKERBOCKER. B y. .18 St.
At 8 :30. ^ata ^^U^?aaJlaiin.
BULLDOG DRUMMOND
With A. E. MATTHEWS.
THEATRE BW 45 ST
mats VID Ir 1AT
?ooodawwing Dearie
MiislcelComedy f*t |\DCEva, x.2.%. Ml*.
Sensation at the Wed.ASat. 2 21
?SAM n. HARRIS* ATTRACTIONS'
Ev*. 8:.*t0.
Mat*. Wed. A Sat.
SUCCESS/' "SIX CYLINDER LOVE"
iVlth
ERNEST
TRtWl
CORT^n\^ l WALLACE EDDiNGER and MARY NASH
WEDNESDAY Ai
SATIT HDA Y. 2:30. I
captain APPLEJACK
a new comedy
by Walirr Haekott
IKS. "MUSIC BOX REVUE"
William < lolller, Florence Moore. Wilds Bennett. Jowpb Kantli.y,
Ivy Sawyer. Holly Want. Irvln* llei lln, many others. Stna^l |)y"
WED * fikf. Hi! i llwaard Short. "Best, music show ever made in Am*rlci."-< Ho Ik.
MUSIC box
Wast 46th Streol
Telephone Kryant 1470
E<s. 8:15 sharp. Mat*
IT.
23d5h
SSIhSh
MORES*
125th Sf
maaiuj
KITH R O Y K
Ulbaon A ConneDI, Lorraine His
tors, lfarry llsyrteii A Mor
is & Hliaw. MeCormlrk A Irv
ine. Tim Hotiodee Troupe.
MARY IMII.AND * CO.. Adler
lit lumbar, Prance* Arms, Bruit
on * Edwards, others.
HEMMIE HAYAKAWA In
?Tlir. MltMlltON 1'KNryV*
IOE, Lit kit:. .Ir., Kavanaiifh
* Kverrelt. llillv Bouncer, Frank
Mullane, fit] ?'r?.
SBWH E HAYAKAWA In
Till. VI KMl! ION I'FNdl,"
afitjFS MARIMBA RANI),
Hawthorne A Cooke, Hylvesti r A
Vance, Mr. * Mi". Dave Clark.
rtJiurB ami Sessne llnyaknwa
In "The Vermilion Ptncw'
f PamnuMtnt Cpic(nrx \^
RIVOLI HETTY COMPSON
B'way In "Tin Oreen Temptation'*
at 4|? St. Hlvoll Concert Orchestra,
ami "THE ITTY OE HOLD."
Pinal Knlsudee Ir Mistress of the Wnrld(
Rl
TIME3 In "THE CRADI.i:."
ayUABIJ Famous uiali'i Orcheatia.
and "THE ( ITI OE OHtD."
Pinal K|.lso<1.a 1-1 Mistress of the Wet"- *
Cont. N-i'in
to II 1(1 P. XI.
<Tiir i nurp nr niiininu'
llflLTO ETHEL CLAYTON
CRITERION
'THE LOVES OF
Directed by ERNEST LCBITSCH.
SUCCESS
SMABK
TRANO
A v * ft A
c
REX BF.ACH'S
"FAIR LADY"
Stnttld Btmphony Ort-b.
l.OEWS
TATE sav"
Can.tl A.M.t . ti p,M.
Aft. :)0e.?Night 50r.
OU)MBIAE^.ffl*,'r/;*;wK-X.
STEP LIVELY GIRLS WiaLBUUT.V
NA7IMOVA In
"A Dulls Hftnse.
Prank Tri ry, Robe
t I in> lie, I l.v.:cl c rei
#Bi anr.iuiom<'l*,ot
liOl.ltnCN PrrntitH
?THE GLORIOUS FOOL'
ir> at r.tst Oai'itoi Uiand oroi>.
SIVk "TURN TO THE RIGHT"

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