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Chicago Assails
4Ladies' Night' as
Unfit to Be Seen
Producers of Faroe Summoned
on Complaint of l,?w mii<1
Order League.
? C?iBAGO, March 27.?Producers of a |
theatrical production Known as "Indies'
^-?N}ght" to-day were summoned to ap
pear before James W. Breen, First As
sistant Corporation Counsel. an?l answer
? "mplaints that llie play was "obscenu." '
'Hie play ha* been assailed as "unfit for
j.itman eyes'" by A. B. Farwell of the
Law and Order L?eRXue.
Representatives of A. H. Woods, pro
ducer of the fat?ce, declared that the
criticism was unjustified as it had run '
nearly a year in New Vork. where 'it
wan the fad of the better class of Now <
Yorkers."
"There is nothing: objectionable either
in the book or the cast." said .1 state- ,
ment issued on behalf of the theater.
A representative of the Woods office
here said that w ord at the local head
quarters had not been received concern
ing: any complaint ajtainst the play since
it opened in Chicago ia>-t week. While
on tour occasional voices had been
raised against it, principally by clergy- I
men, but no municipality had hitherto '
taken official action against It.
RAE SELWYN, ACTRESS,
TO BE MARRIED AGAIN
Will Be the Bride of F. Mait
land Goldsmith.
.
Miss Rae Selwyn, actress, and sister '
of Sdgar and Archibald Selwyn, theat
rical managers, will be married to-day
to F. Maitland Goldsmith, a member of
the New York Stock Exchange A re
ception will be given for the couple by '
Mr. and Mrs. Archibald Selwyn at their '
litJYne, 210 West Ninetieth street.
Miss Selwyn's last appearance on the ;
stage was with Miss .Jane Cowl in "The
Crowded Hour." This is her second i
marriage, she was divorced from Vin- ;
cent Bryant, writer of popular songs.
"WHIRL ?F NEW YOEK" AGAIN.!
Condensed Version of Musical
riiiy nl Winter (?ordrii.
"The Whirl of New York" brought
old times back to the Winter Garden
yesterday, since this musical show toy
Harold Atteridge and AI Goodman was
the last occupant of this stronghold of
the legitimate before vaudeville stormed
it.
In the process of condensation It has
Tieen altered and improved so that even
the orchestra conductor who used to
lead its pumbers would feavtiiy recognize
It except that many of the same faces
wear the same smiles in it. Roy Cum
mlngs. Miss Nancy Glbbs. Keno and
Creen, Kyra, Bard and I'earl, .1. Harold
Murray and the Purcella Brothers not
only took part In the ensembles but
stretched it out to fill the whole pro
gram with specialties of their own that
made the Winter Garden the happy
hunting ground for those seeking varied
entertaJnment.
MANY STARS AT THE PALACE.
1*1 p. anil Mm. llnrry Fox Among
Those Urloiiniril Thi-rf.
Ftajte hands In the wings of the j
Palace yesterday could hardly turn
si round without rutohln* elbows with
lieadllnera. There were Harry Fox and
Jils bride, Beatrice CurtU, In an amusing
nkit by William Collier railed "Inter
3 uptiona" which loosened up spirits more
?than the balmy weather outside. Then
^liss Effle Shannon and .Miss Jessie
?usley displayed their sprightliness In
f\ ?atlro on "The Bat." written by Harry
Wagataft Gribble under the title of
"Hatty." In which William Raymond In
their support (tave what might be called
a performance of Inspired burlesque.
Misses I>e Lyle Alda and Mabel Ford
?w.re the twin pinnacles at the River
*i'le. ,
Anatole Friedland occupied the top
stratum at Proctor's Fifth Avenue.
t
| Notes of the Stage
Ullom," with Joseph Schlldkraut and
>11** Kva J.e (Islllenne on tha upper deck,
h.iran at the Forty-fourth Street Theater the
second and final week of its rebound to
Broadway lam night.
"Tha Famous Mrs. Fair," 1n which Henry
Miller and Miss Blanche Bate* are welcom
ing aprlng at the Hhuhert-Riviera Theater,
lins not been Seen In New York since the
.lose of Its long run at Henry Miller'*
Theater, It la announced, and yet virtually
tin- same raat has seen fit to Maud hy It
all the while It was away frnni Broadway.
Competition between clilea.for the engage
ment of Al Jolaon In "Bombo" after he j
leaves Jolson'* Theater In two weeks 1a he- j
'mining keen, cities as far from the l.anilii
Club a* San Francisco and l.oa Angele*
telegraphing guarantee* to the Shubert*. j
which make* this n remarkable parapet to
the way various Htles claimed Jlouier. I
Hlllle Hopper, little son of Heddn Hopper '
ef "SI* Cylinder I<ove," Is being abetted in j
b'a willful attempt to accumulate the larg- t
e?t stamp collection ever (injtilred tv? a i
email boy by the company with which hi*
in other appears at the Pani If. K.irrl*
fTheater. a* well a< William Farnhara, the
Valmadge slaters, Ml*s Neyna McMeln and
*T?m Ollphant, who always has stamp* to
Snaro In the publicity riepai intent.
Ilan Oregor, general manager ?f the
*"lenna Opera House, attended last night'*
j ? rformapre of "<!et Together h* the
(neat of l'r. Analom 'Joetxl, who conduct*
the elaborate halleta, and atudled the fnclll
?(>?* of the Hippodrome for handling the big
stage effects. Including the elephants.
Thirty-eight fathers laai night took their
pons, home from Oroton, St. Mark's and St
Truil's Schools for the *nr!ng ho!lda>*. to the
p.rformanne of "Bulldog r?rumpiond" at
the Knickerbocker Theater, palp* lily ualng
the youngster*' example a* an excuse to do
some hearty hissing of the villains them- j
Selves.
To eliminate the atei eot> pcit star* bow
Miss Queenle Smith of "Just Because" at the '
>>rl Carroll Theater I* planning to c?ir,
an enormoti* atomiser fot showering applaud- i
ins with perfume*. *o that the louder they
rlap the mora lovely they'll anMlt.
Ml** l.onl*e C.roo'ly and Oscar Shaw- have
perfected a new waits number which will he
liitioduced Into the dance hall scene of
??ilood Morning Dearie." at tomorrow*
Tiiattnee to celebrate the fact that they have
? i U?t pasaert ?lie ITT.th performance and
Bvtmtner, the glad season of golftlme. la at |
hand.
Ml*? Rutli Tatralg. who was plavlng
yitulrl*in* Zferrnl In "Tin P.'lblcon ' with
Ml?* Violet Iteming a* the Hudson. has been
tuccr-ed.-d hy Mlse ?,lta l.atroli".
Itittian
several
smiles of ink.
in
marvelous
//Kmanwus -
DUNN-PEN
J ?tUk at# IMtm MmJ r.-r
At all Dealers'?IP and up
STAGE CHILDREN DELIGHT IN
'PRINCE AND PAUPER' FOR FUND
Left tv ?iMatalie Behrman as Nan Canty. Dorothea James as
frince Edward and Regina. Brown as Mistress Canty.
Never was there a play better suited
for performance by children than Amelie
Kives's dramatization of Mark Twain's
story, "Tlie 'Prince and ihe Pauper," and
the pupils of the Professional Children's
School demonstrated this !>.?fore a de
lighted audience at the Lonpracre Thea
ter yesterday afternoon. A ho? of chil
dren appeared in the play when it whs
given here last season by William Kaver
sham, but even smaller tots played most
of th" rol^s yesterday.
The production hail bfcen supervised
by Mr. Favershani himself, who has al
ways had a keen Interest In stage chil
dren, so it had the best direction obtain
able. Moreover, the youngsters entered
Into the performance with particular
vim, for the proceeds of the entertain
ment were to go to the fund to provide
a permanent home for the school. Each
For the Young Miss in her teens
who is qufte as much a follower of Fashion
as her older sister- -Gidding offers street
suits and frocks and sports costumes
for all the Spring holiday occasions.
Riding Habits for
the holiday bridal
path of the young
horsewoman ? in
covert herringbone
and mannish ma
terials with smart
breeches and ex
quisite tailored
coats? 350 and up.
The short flar
ing cape of basket
weave homespun or
a box coat that is worn over a straight slim
skirt makes a costume to suit the temper
ament of the smartest young miss?345.
TIats for knickcrbocker suits or town
costumes in braids?coarse straws and
felt's are priced at $25.
4 \TIFTH AVENUE -/ p ,
<>Gth Street-17th Street -Gondo,
Nttulgork
WHERE TO DANCE AND DINE. WHERE TO DANCE AND DINE.
Tiav?lar?'Co..20W.34th.T>1.:.'4T--Pennsylvania. TMtilWCii.J>W.34th.1!M.WTI- PxtMyl vult.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS
rThe Langdon
' ?? *v .< -,nth sr
Eant ,'6th St.
A I ew Desirable Suitei
lo Rent With or
V ithout Furnishings.
Restaurant a la Carte.
The Cambridge"!
60 West r,8th St. ImhSmI
Ne w Apartment Hotel
Allrnrlln Sultan at
2 or 3 Rooms and Rath
t'urni <W or UnfitmWiil
High claa* laataurant.
FAMOUS
restausa:;T
QUAINTEST PLACE
??IN AMERICA ~
**?you
BROADWAY ?s JO? 3X
Luncheons-Dinncrs. Beefsteak Parties
?r?-4>. i
KAKItAf>A>**l I H0TU,
BrM4w?>'Mlh It.
famous Restaurant
I4tb.(t?near fourth Av e
MAItlK AXTOINET1K.
Braadvar. a:th ?MI> .?*.
MARTHA WASHINGTON l|o|>|.
Far Women Onlf, IV EmI Iptfe U,
diminutive player seemed to have a con
viction that the success of the under
taking depended on him or her person
ally. And as all of 4he kiddles had made
stage appearances before the perform
ance was as nearly tiawiess as children
of their age can rive It.
Dorothea James, pretty and petite,
played the dual title roles of Prince
Kduanl and the pauper, Tom Canty,
whom he so closely resembled. Consid
ering the difficulty of this role, In which
the actor has to distinguish between the
tjwo characters and yet show their points
of resemblance, little -\llss Jaities gave
an unusual portrayal. Her vwagger
simultaneously Impressed and tickled
th? audience. Sterling work was like
wise done by Xatalle Belirman and
Raglna Brown na Tom's sister and
mother respectively. /
Other youngsters who took part were
Katherlne Revner, Stephen Davis.
Thomas allien. Klngdon Brown, Gerald
Spalding, Donald McClelland, Kleanor
Little, Arthur Kennedy, Jules Kincaid.
Jacques Chapln, Howard Oppenhelm,
Ashley Ruch, Raymond Quion, Robert
Little and Marguerite Churchill. The
matinee will be repeated this afternoon.
AMUSEMENTS.
AMUSEMENTS.
(reaied by (osmopolilan pnoducliorfs
MARION DAVIES
"BEAUTY'S WORTH"
"Marion Davies is at her prettiest in
'Beauty's Worth.' "?N. Y. World.
" 'Beauty's Worth' at the Rivoli this
week is a thing of beauty and of jov.''?
N. Y. Times.
Story by Sophie Kerr. Scenario by Luther
Directed by Robrrt G. Vignola. Sotting* by Joseph Urban.
TO-DAY AND ALL THIS WEEK AT THE
R I V O L i sr ,
Pr#?entatlon and Programme by Hiiro UlesonMd.
Presented by Famous Players Ijasky Corporation.
IT'S A PARAMOUNT PICTURI!
NlfkTIfT . A beautiful large doll dressed In a duplicate ro?
''v 1 ? tump us onr worn In Murioj^ Datira will he pre
wnlM to miinr lucky patron. Miss Kmlm lin? chosen tlie dm and
minute for the purchase of im admission: should you buy your ticket
at that minute >ou will ititIk this wonderful doll.
REJUVENATION- X <
Through Travel .
"5*
See it demonstrated
at the
TRAVEL
SHOW
GRAND CENTRAL PALACE
March 25th ? April 1m
Atupiett Travel Club of America
Tired business men and women ?
grumpy, gloomy, more than a little
discouraged?find the modern foun
tain o? youth in Travel. And
it is much cheaper than
paying the doctor. ^
Learn how to travel >rj '
cheaply, economically
and yet have a wonder
fully good time. Lead
ing transportation com
panic* of the Old and
New Worlds combine
to make this rare spec
tacle, an unique, bril
liant event.
10:30 a. m. to 10:10 p. m
aJdm. 7ic. :: Tax incl.
ammmsssssmmisssssa
TWnt Undmr fiirttHaa Hago RlnanMf*
RIALTO SQUARE
Paramount Festival Week
2 Orchestras 3 Conductor*
? De t.iixn Performance Beginning -N'oon
To-day
Orwtare
"2nd
Hntiifai
Muiee*""
LITTAU
CnJicllai
CECIL R. DC Mil I F. Pr.d?cti?
"Old Wives
For New"
with
flHott I>r*ter. Wmwlt HtwWr
ally Minhili, F1o**nc? Vldor
Theodora Kobrrtc. JnH? K?v?
Owit a r Sayf f ?rtlt?
"Madame
Butterfly
iiamhajl N.tl.n
and SEN N El") COMEDY
TOM\V-"0N WITH THE DANCE"
THI. R.H -"INra'tt lismr Voiir llnohiind"
111 I DA V?"BEHOLD M\ lytFK"
BATtrHDAY?"MALE AND VI MALE"
fRITFRION timio? : uont. noon
UIUIBIUvn|g|;An|.J | .ro ,| :|0 p M
"The Loves of Pharaoh"
Directed b.v ERNEST l.tTBITHCII.
MADISON SQ. GARDEN^
I'nie* Dully, 1:15 and *:H.
Doors Opin Hour Earlier.
RINGLIHO BROS
AND
BARNUM&BAILEY
II#
MBINEDj
Vi
'/,? SHOW OF
IOOOO WONDERS
Three Times Morn Trained Wild Aalntal
Art* Than Ever Before, Hiding. .Ing
gllnn, Hslanrlnc Tlirra. I.loaia, I'limti .
?Hark l.ropnriN and Benr*. IM Hnrxr*
in ? Single IMsphiv. WORLD'S FOKU
MOsf <iV?NAHTI*. \ERIALISTH, ACRO
BATS AND lit MAN WONDERS.
UlKnntlr Zoo} Coititriof Frenk*.
Admliaion to Eier.tllilnn, 1 n< lulling
ror. tn |:i 00, according to location (WAR
TAX IN< I.I'DKID. Children under 12 ?t
redu.-ed price*, all Main., except Hat., to
.*1,10 < ninl nver. Malt Order* Filled.
Branch ticket office* (No advanca In
prl< ? ?). tilinhel Itro#.. R. II. Mnry A Co.
(All I, RANDALL, RKFIK
SHANNON * IKssik lit h.
I.EV RKKIN A UIKIIIF.
"STARS OF YESTERDAY,"
Ml** Patrlrola and other*, i
I.OF. W'S
TATE JOT,?
i', n. 11 \.M I ' P.M.
Aft at* Xigiit ?.(?..
PLAZA
Ma '
i ONstAKI E
T A I VI %(t(iF
?I'Ollj of III! I III
'In \rffentlnu.'1 l> ml
A Downing null ollia.
' MOIH O" -i n
M \IIEI. NORMAND
II IKOI Ii I I t>\ li In
CAMEO
VSF?0M< ISAM
PRISCIIIA :
BREAM
Wifi.PaftHk.Yll
pOLUMBIA
" x I " 1.1 "1 IF HI |antT?i ?? ltftOAI?U'Al ?
?>,h Ht I "FROM HAM. TO MOl TIP' , U[5Vrry
TH ire Dad* llurles i i?
ll a.l.'r i * 1.11 Pop I'll *
if li .lanil? ('nuguUii,
Catherine Crawford
AMUSEMENTS.
.AMERICA'S FOREMO
IHTEKJAKDM^iSea
EE S3EED TffiiaMSB
Ac?t"r'The WHIRL of NEW YORK"' V'
& 10 VAUDEVILLE HEAOLINERS
Smokinn Permitted In lioxe* and Ix^n?w.
Amk*r??flnr 40th. nr. B'r. Circle 8763. Evs.
Rinoassaaor g 30 M.t to-m. Beat se?w *2
BLOSSOM T8 IVI E
HI lAII Then..4.1th 8t..W. or R'way.Evs.8 30
DlilUU Mat*. I'o-uiorruw Ac Saturday
v Mat*. Tomorrow Ac Saturday.
DOVER ROAD
Hy A. A. M ll.N K.
I?lr. of Guthrie McCllntk
,u?.h Chas. Cherry
MATIONAI^
41st ST., W of B Y.
Brr. 154>4. E?s. 8:30
Mat*. Tom'w & S?t.
mnni DAVCTC vv . 44U1 at. hventaMBg.iO.
nwn? DATES MAT.TO-MORUOWX:30
PRIUrrCC '10th St.. E. of B'way. Evs.8 30.
rnmnjj Mat*. To-m.tr* Sit. 2:30.
'THE FIRST FIFTY YEARS'
With CUKF KVMKM ?t TOM POWKKI.
"~Wll.UAir A BRADY J'r. wni ~~~"
PI AVUniKT West 481 li. Eves. s no.
run I nUUJC Matg To-m. A Sal. 2 ::I0.
'UP THE LADDER'
With IIORIS KENTON.
TIMES SQUARE THEATRE
I2d. W.or B,y.Kvs.8:30.Mt*.Thur.A Sat.
I.AST H'KKIi AT THIS THEATRE
Move* to anolher thea. Mon.. April 3rd.
WILLIAM COURTENAY ; I"1?
in "THE LAW BREAKER"! Ooodtnan
Rr|. next Sun. F.v. HSent* Thum.
A man entombed In a rnKkci of Ice In the
\ ret leRi'gions restored to lifcafter I00years
H O U D I N I tho' screon*"in
??Till' MIX FROM BEYOND"
The Welnle-t l.ove Story ever screened
nr. B'way. Eva. 8 :M).
Tom'w. Thurs. A Sat.
With
LUOII.K
WATSON
j'lnlN, 1 (III I Wt I
THE NEST
Evs.S:30.Mt*.Th.?fl*t.
ECLEN VAN V01KENBUIJG
ANpMAURICi eROWN?
^wiWncANOIDjAr- &
BERNARD SHAW
GREENWICH VILLAGE 7*?
Droadhurst. 44 St.Kv.8.20. Mt?.Thur.A Sat.
D The Musical "Pomander Walk."
MARJOLAINE
With PF.OOY WOOD, LENNOX PAWLE
AND A (* ARDEN OK GIHI.S.
F. PAY com
from moscow
Z>/rpc t f~om 1. ON DON ? PA R. / S
>1#*?mm nheotrf \we-sr of davav.
"JT, Tr\or.9 CIRCLE 562 O fVS6JO
MATS. TO-RAY. Till Its. A SAT.. 2::iO.
W.42d St.TwIce Dally 2:10?
8:10 Including Sundays.
APOLLO
D. W. GRIFFITH'S
EMPIRE OF NF.W AMOTIONS
S\ Otltt
Mats.All Seals 50c A 81.00. Ngts A Sal. Mat.
aoc to $2.00. Kino Heats Orchestra SI .00.
A REAL
SENSATION
"fiYPSY
PASSION
A I.ouls Merratiton Production from
Joan Rlchepln'a story "Mlarka"?a
1 Vltngraph production with Mine. Re- j
Jane, the eminent actress, and all '
star cast.
I "Tlir photoplay remain* stirring rn
' li-rininment nnd on several points
may he scored far nh?ne the sirrait I
screen production. For the point Is
Unit Mme. Itejune Is a piintomimlst. !
lit r performance itself is enough to |
tmike the photoplay north while."
?N. Y. Times.
"Rejane's consummate acting. a re
markably well told story nnd n series
of thrilling scenes combine to make
't.ypsy 1'iisslon' nn exceptionally fine
picture."?Kve. Journal.
"A very superior picture. Itejane
Kites a splendid performance?Intelli
gence ?nd sincerity mark the pro- j
dnctlon throughout."?Tribune.
NAHAN FRANKO
j Iilstlnftulshed Violinist, playing and
conducting.
Hen Turpin Comedy -"fltep Forward." j
Mark strand Topical Re?lew?Soloists, j
Strand Symphony Orchestra.
Carl Edouarde Conducting.
| ?THIS WEEK ONLY? j
SMARK
tranD
A National Institution.
It'way nt 47th St.
fMrectlon?Joseph Plunkett.
j.*y. rHcATwej
I.
MIT VAUDEVILLE a.) EATuP'- 'tl KS
\natol FrledlamlACo., Kennedy*
llerie, l-'ahor * Hennatt. Crafts A
- . _ 'ale> .l.ytni.t Ill.atirellH ('?> ,N'?'or
IHijt.i . llayncs.Jai kGohlie, WhceletTrlO
\N I T A STEWART
in "INVISIBLE FEAR'
nil -I PR I MPS > \l Die VIM l
i Honey Boys, Nowhoff & Phelpa,
f*lilrci'n," "Martell" and otlis.
Vnlta Stewart In Invisible Fear.
I inin lnift'unt' Steverj-Tliurs. Night
2 5d 5 h
;vxam
j8HiSh
!25thSh
llmmle <-arr& 'lo., Kdward Hlon
ifll A Co., Morgan * Hinder,
__ ? , .... . 11 ,i?> f II ? ? ?Ciaik A H'ory,
IPABKaLkM nth. Anita Stewart Inl n vlslbleFear.
HIPPODROHE'S success
?Vv 3?U? Charles O?etoe in
(4t) SET TOGETHER
\ IYUIT |^? t| y 4000 Scats GOc, It
* MAI. IMILT Nights to a
\l iil IAN HAM I ?> DAV AT 3.
1LLL1L1H EDY N
nit (Inn C M ilAltlNF \. HAMMAV.
PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA
l.norol It XT??K??1V^K?. ConductoY
r haikl"': TCNICHT AT 3.15.1
HAS'.1* KIVniKIt, violoncellist.
AMUSEMENTS.
AMUSEMENTS.
JT THEATRES AND HITS. DIRECTION OP LEE A J. J. SHl'BERT.,
pCUTIIRV The-. 62nd * Cent. Pk West.
? Will Kv?.s 20. MAT.10-M'W*:M.
Trasa KnaU, Jm. Hiittcn. Clarion Green In
%>ROJE o/STAMBOU
I: VG?. (EXCEPT SAT.1 ,?K TO^!.,W
4<"? ST. '^y & soLMt W88.H
Mta To-m A3at
*<Mdkrmrt
U Gallienne
Eva.8 20 MAT. K/-M'W ?:?.
,av,iO OU
LILIOM
SFI WYM VilkATuK.ft ,4*#t. Ki?,?-.-m
. ?" Mat*. Tom-"- .t Sat. at J.'JO
GLUE KITTED
THE
Ml'IKAL COHRDT SENSATION.
SELWYN TO-DAY
Sun. Nlithts at 8:30. Tuea. A Frl. Mts.at .?:00
RUTH DRAPER
Id ORIGINAL CHARACTER ikKTCllES
t'hnnge of Program at Each Performance.
Tkts. 60c to >2.50. \lRt. laWW B.I*ond.60E.43
BUSIOU.?
(mart
om
mrz&m
rnvmm
HOTEL
Z\8C
\?18
TAYlDBHOiMB
IMOUSPMi
IfTAQ Tbea , 46th St. A IVway. Kvs. 8:30.
M?IUn MATINEE TO-MORROW. 2:3?.
CECIL LEAN -nd ciro MAYFIELD
In the Musical Coined) Kit.
The BLUSHING BRIDE
Evenings (Except Saturday . Best Seats $2.50
SHUBERT RIVIERA SfctfKttZ
Kves. S:U.. GOOD ORCHESTRA SEATS 31.
The Most Iturmtina and Distinguished
Engagement of Me Season!
HENRY MILLER-BLANCHE BATES
1 In June* Forbes' Brilliant Comedy.
"THE FAMOUS MRS. FAIR"
"A I'Ul WORTH Bl'ILDING A THE
I ATRE FOR."?Augustus Thomas.
As played Tor an entire rear at
1IKNRY MILLER'S THEATRE.
Arthur
Hopkins
Presents
Arnold Daly
In a Romantic Comedy
"Voltaire"
8:80.
Bat.
Plymouth W. 45. Kvenl
Mats. Thurs
?
Pauline Lord
In Eugene O'Neill ? Play
"Anna Christie"
TIMES i Vandarbilt M tr Totir w*A sat"
PCI unur 4S- Bry.48 Evs 8:30
DCLMUN I M?-Thurs. & Sat. 2:30
MONTMARTRE
WITH ALL ITS FRENCH FLAVOR
LONGACRE *v?EflTJ,8that. Emm
Mats. To-m'w A Sal. at 2:30.
? THANK-U
Maxine Elliott's MateTo^ASaT'lo LITTLE T,hMtr?- we? a at. kv?. a no.
Mats, i o mm * oat. - ?u. klllLC, Matg To-m'w and Sat. at 2:30.
MOUNTAIN MAN
With
Sidney I
Blarkmer |
'??? 1st YEAR
LYRIC
42d St.. W. of B wav. Eves. 8:30.
jy. i .
Matinees To-m'w a, Sat. 2:30
*0* GOOMltt SAfct1
The Smashing Musical Comedy Hit!
Mnnncm w. 4athst. kvc. s:3o.
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World.
Mils. Tom'w & W<Id. 2:26.
"Such noble fooling as George
Ade might have been proud
to sign."?Mi. Wocllcolt, Times.
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By the Men who .Wrote "IH'I.CY."
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?st 44th St. Evening* 8:20
Mats. Thurs. A Hat. at 2:20.
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Musical Comedy (\DC E vs. 8:25. Mt?.
Sensation Rt the VLvOC Wed.ASat.2:20.
83d St. Mlisle Hall. bet.B'way A C.P. W.
SHUFFLE ALONG ^AV^liES'
Extra Midnight i"*cformnnce Wed., 11 :??
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NEW AMSTERDAM ROOF AT It. NEW
ZIEGFELD MIDNIGHT FROLIC
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Theatre. 7th Ave.
50 St. Tel.50Circle
Mats. Thurs. *? Sat.. liKI
A MELODY COMEDY with
A Star Cast and a Rosebud Ohorua.
Hanrv Miller's W. 43 st. Evs. 8.15.
nenry miners MatsThurs.A sat.215.
Superb performance?A Great Actress.-Tlmes
LAURETTE TAYLOR
Manner? New'l'Tay* Nati<W?l Alrth?Hl"
KNI( KKKBOt KEB. B'y.SMt.
At 8 .10. MaW. W nl A Sat. 2 30.
BULLDOG DRUMMOND
With A. E. MATTHEWS.
HUDSON
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with Violet Iteming
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AAnT W. 48 St.
vw 1 Bryant 46
Mati. To-morrow and
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MUSIC BOX
Wait 46th Street.
Telephone Bryant 1470 '?
Evs. 8.15 sharp. Mats ,
Wed. A Sat. at 2 15 I
SIM M. HARRIS* ATTRACTIONS"
A HUGE
"SIX CYLINDER LOVE"
With
ERNEST
TRUEX
WALLACE EDDINGER <ni MARY NASH
In
"CAPTAIN APPLEJACK"
a new comedy
by Walter Ilaclcctt
."MUSIC BOX REVUE''
IRVINU
BERLIN'S
William Collier. Florence Moore. Wllda Bennett. Joseph Santley.
Ivy Sawyer. Solly Ward. Irving Berlin, many others. Staged by
Haaaard.Sliort. "Beat music show ever made In America."?Globe.
McColhjm
Applied Psychology Lectures ? FREE
I'nion Methadlut I hnrch, tJS ? . tRtli St.
To-day at 2:30, "Tha Payfholovy of Every i
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To-nl|ht at 1:1}. "How to Quit Worry." I
TOWN HAM., TO-DAY at It?I HK.DKKH 1
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CAK.NECiir HAM. sun. Aft. \pril Sd.
at 3 WTNil RKCITAL- ?RKINAI.D
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seats foe jeritza IN tosca
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Schola Cantorum
KFRT NTHINDI.ltII. Conductor
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New Tork Symphony Or<he?lra
A PRIMSRAM OF ITAMAN MFSIC
WORLD PRRMTKHK OF MAI.IPIERO'3
"SAN FftANCF.SCO D'ASSTSI"
N?w Work# by Plizettl and Verdi.
Seats at Bo* Offloa. (Knabn Piano.)
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