OCR Interpretation


The New York herald. [volume] (New York, N.Y.) 1920-1924, April 20, 1922, Image 12

Image and text provided by Library of Congress, Washington, DC

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83045774/1922-04-20/ed-1/seq-12/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 12

Lifting of A rbuckle
Ban Depends on
Actor and Public
When Faith in Comedian Is
Restored It Is Expeeted
Films Will Be Released.
Telephone calls by the doaen were
received at 522 Fifth avenue yesterday
by Will H. Hays, head of the Motion
Picture Producers and Distributors of
America, from bankers, tolg business
rr."n, newspaper publishers, clergymen
and others of substantial importance, in
cluding movie magnates, who com
mended his action cn Tuesday in halting
the exhibition in all parts of the country
of the latest pictures by Roscoe (Fatty)
Arbuckle. All of them praised his sus
pension of the announced bookings so
soon after Arbuckle's acquittal on a
charge of manslaughter growing out of
the death of Virginia Rappe.
Film men themselves spoke of Mr.
Hays as "the conscience of the movies,"
who had lifted the business to a new
plane. His action was likened to that of
Judge Landls in declaring that the so
called "Black Sox" could not play in
organized baseball after they had been
acquitted by a jury.
Mr. Hays himself had nothing to say.
The general Impression prevailed in the
Industry from this and other circum
stances that he would let the whole mat
ter drop. He would not, it was under
stood, review the Arbuckle trial nor
make any further investigation of the
case In Los Angeles, though he plans to
Inspect the film colony this summer.
This was not taken to mean that Ar
buckle had been permanently ruled off
the screen.
Everything pointed to the fact that
the issue would depend on Arbuckle him
self. The one time Postmaster-General
Is expected to watch his conduct closely
and if the rotund comedian behaves
quietly, as his statement following his
acquittal indicated he would, then pres
ently lie will be restored to grace, al
ways provided that public faith has been
restored in him. But for the present he
will have no opportunity to become th-i
hero of little children, as he was before
his trial.
Neither Adolph Zukor, president of
Famous Players-Lasky Corporation, who
spent the day conferring with the tieada
of the exchange eystem that would have
distributed the Arbuckle Alms, nor
Nicholas Schenck. representing Joseph
M. Schenck. producer of the Arbuckle
comedies, who is now en route to Los
Angeles with his wife. Norma Talmadge,
had anything to say yesterday. It was
too early, it was sale! at Hie Famous
Players-Lasky offices, to get word from
the exhibitors as to how they regarded
this cancellation of their bookings.
Opinion in the photoplay district was
divided as to how the country at large
would have received Arbuckle. It was
pointed out that an exhibitor at Mont
real recently had advertised the show
ing of an Arbuckle picture, though as
a matter of fact he had no such picture
!n sight. He simply intended to feel out
the nublic. A couple of clergymen de
nounced the exhibition from the pulpit,
but the public showed no excitement In
either direction. After a week the ex
hibitor "withdrew" the picture.
On the other hand, a city of 13.000
population In this country was cited in
which sn Arbuckle picture had been ad^.
vertlsed. The entire police force of the
town had to be caller! out to handle the
crowd that (looked to the theater out of
morbid curiosity.
Preceding Mr. Hays's action. It was
learned, he had received hundreds of
communications of protest from men of
standing in all parts of the country
protesting* acainst the Impending re
lease of Arbuckle pictures which had
Just been made known. The decision of
Mr. Hays, however, was made inde
pendent of these message*, as he had his
mind made up to stop the pictures be
fore he took his recent flying trip to
his home In Sullivan, Ind., during which
the protests arrived at his office.
BERNARD IX NEW PLAT.
The Selwyns -will present Barney Ber
nard and Alexander Carr in "Partners
Asrain." a new Potaah and Perlmutterj
comedy by Montague Glass and Jules
Eckert Goodman, at the Selwyn Theater
Monday night. May 1.
YOVNG MEM'S CONCERT.
The Young Men's Symphony Orches
tra of New York will close it* twentieth
season with a concert in Aeolian Hall
Sunday afternoon. Paul Henneberg will
conduct and Solomon Ruden will be
?oloist.
I Note? of the Stage 1
v ;
"Bsck to Methuselah" continues two weel:s
more lit the (Jarrlck Theater, and Arnold
P?nnett's comedy "What the Public Wants"
will open there Msy 1.
T.uclle Wstson of "The Neat" at the Forty
eighth Street Theater will be guest of honor
at the annual breakfast of the Theorla Club
at the Hotel Astor next Monday, delivering an
address on "The Theater of To-diy."
Kdlth Kelly flould. dancing at the Knicker
bocker Grill, has received a cabin ? ffor from
Paris to appear In the new revue at the Cafe
?le Casino, and Intends to accept If her law
sult against Frank J. Gould can be settled
In time.
Michael Harris, screen actor, has been en
gaged by Arthur G. Delsmater to create tin
part of a venturesome hero, who would haw
to be particularly venturesome. Judging by
the title of the forthcoming play, "Her Tem
porary Husband."
John Da Sylva. office boy for the Shuberts,
Is playing his first part on the stage win
Msrjorle Rambeau In "The Goldfish" at
Maxins Elliott's Theater, and now numerous
applications are being made for his former
Job In the belief that the path to glory lies
through it.
Alice Brady has signed contracts to ap
pear In Keith vaudeville In a dramatic
sketch opening May 1 at the Bushwlck and
closing at the I'alace late III June, after
which she will return to the movies with
Fsmous Players.
(teorgla O'Bamey, comedienne, has returned
from tw.i years of playing In lrf?ndon am;
hsd a hand to spare front unpacking her sev
enteen trunks yesterdav to hand out an In
terview stating that she not only returned
to answer the call of Arthur 1 lam-nersteln
and appear with Frank Tlnneys ihiw show,
but also becmj?* .ho was homesick for B'oacj.
*?y, despite a libelous rumor to ths effect
that It had gon>( dr?.
Jerome Karn, composer of "Good Morning,
Pearls," conducted the "Kalua" snd "Blur
Danube ltlues" numbers last night In cele
bration of tha 1'OOlH pet formation at th?
Globe Theater.
Tan Maclaren will Impersonate Walt Whit
man In the "Saint an Monde," til* festival
which opens at ths Neighborhood Playhouse
Ssturday and will be given on Saturday ami
Sunday evenings for four succeeslvu uecit
?rids.
George Power and tha Power girls, wh.)
are Lens, Jennie, Boxle and Julie In the or
der of their elephantine tonnage, will have
to-day set aside for them at the Hlppndronio
for their particular farewell In "Gel To
gsther."
Prominent citizens of Nut ley, where,"To ths
T.sdles" Is Uld, have arranged through (he
F.astern Star and Mrs. Thomas B. Elclilnger
to have Nutley Night at the I.lherty Theater
Monday, May N and sti how the old town
Is Standing s'sge !!f?.
MOTION PICTI RE NOTES,
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, with l<ady Doyle.
vi si led the Strand yesterdsy unexpectedly to
view "SmMIn' Through." the film romance
with a splrltusllstlc element, and Managing
Director Joseph Plunkett thought Norma Tal
madge gave an exceptionally good perform
ance In honor of the occasion.
Marshsll Kellait arranged yesterday to
jrska his future productions In conjunction
grith ths Goldwyn Pictures Corporation.
TALLEYRAND DIVORCE
SUIT PUZZLES PARIS
Kaleidoscopic Changes Con
fuse American Colony.
Special Cable to Tub New Yottc Hctajd
Co?v>igi-t. by Tub New Yoek Hwuld.
New York Herald Hurrau. )
Pari*. April It). I
The kaleidoscopic changes In the
Talleyrand divorce case are beginning
to confuse even hardened Franco-Ameri
can social circles here. According to
reliable Information secured by Thb
New York Hkrald correspondent this
sfternoon the Duchess de Talleyrand
'nee Anna Gould) Is wavering in her
decision to take a trip to China and
janan or to spend a few months with
, relatives in the United States, and some
! of her friends are trying to Induce her
: to take the Duke along on a new period
! of probation before enforcing the de
cision of the French divorce tribunal.
The Duchess, notwithstanding her in
tention a fortnight ago to lake passage
Immediately for a summer visit to the
Far East. is now expressing fear over
I the serious civil war In China and looks
i with more favor upon the safety of
j Atlantic City and other American re
sorts.
; Meamwhtle. the Duke s friends are re
i ported as busy pulling wires in the
' hopes of convincing the Duchess that
he is not only willing, but anxious to
' come home and be forgiven for his past
I pecadllloes. Not the least significant
; development is that the historic Cha
i teau de Marais is being offered to let
! for the remainder of the year, appar
ently indicating that the Duchess in
I tends to escape for a considerable period
I from the constant vexation of contact
I with the critical remnants or French
j nobility.
BENEFIT FOR CAMP FIRE GIRLS.
Russian Opera Will Be Sans at the
Metropolitan.
"Snegourotchka," the Russian opera,
will be presented for the last time this
season with Borl. DArle. Delaunols,
Howard Chalmers. Rothler, Meader, and
with Bamboschek conducting, at the
Metropolitan Opera House this afternoon
for the benefit of the Camp Fire Girls.
The patronesses and boxholders In
clude Mrs. "SVarren G. Harding. Mrs.
W-llard Straight, Mrs. Oliver Harrlman.
I president of the Camp Fire G'.rls; Mrs.
Lorillard Spencer. Mrs. Edward N. Brci
tung. Mrs. Samuel F. Strelt. Mrs. Henry
Clarke Coe, Miss Jullanna Cutting. Mrs.
Samuel Robert Kaufman, Mrs. William
J. Shaller. Mrs. Willis H. Booth. Mrs.
Grant Squires, Mrs. Francis Carolan,
Mrs. Robert Wj'Ilo Lyle. Mrs. T. .T. Oak
ley Rhinelander. Mrs. Owen B. Hunts
man. Mrs. James Moses. Mrs. Clifford
Taber MacAlllster. Mrs. John Greenough,
Mrs. Gustavus T. Klrby. Mr. and Mrs.
Otto H. Kahn. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
Gould. Miss Katharine B. Bliss, Mrs.
Corinne Roosevelt Robinson, Miss Mary
K. Choate, Mrs. Frank S. Wltherbee.
Mrs. Henry P. Davlsc-i, Dr. George
Kunze. Mrs. S. L. Hoppln, Mrs. Fred
erick Trubee Davison. Mrs. Joseph P.
Knapp. Dr. W. W. Benjamin. Mrs. H.
Alsop Rellly, Mrs. R. J. Caldwell, Mrs.
Harry L. Harolln. Mrs. W. W. Burgess.
Dr. Maurice Francis Egan. Mrs. A. J.
Erdmann and Mrs. Anthony Schulte.
MME. ALDA GIVES DANCE.
Entertains Friends at Her Home.
Alwyn foart.
Mme. Frances Aids, who in private
life is Mme. Gatti-Casazza. gave a small
dinner and dance last night at her
home. Alwyn Court.
Among the guests were Count and
Countess Dru. Bishop and Mrs. Herbert
Shlpman. Mrs. R. T. Wilson, Mndam^
Marguerite d'Alvarez. Mr. and M*s.
G. Wellman, Mr. and Mrs. II. R. Dennh.
Mr. and Mr*. James H. Kidder, Mr
and Mr.'. I.ouis G. Kaufman, Mr. an3
Mrs. David H. Coddlngton. Mr. Liv
ingstone Phelps. Mr. B. F. Norrls. Mr.
Horace Chase Stebblns, Mr. Fr:.le.ic
Bull. Mis* Susan Fish Dresser, Mr. Har
rlson Williams, Mr. Frank Pollock.
CARD PARTY FOR VABSAR.
A card party for the benefit of the
Vassar College Salary Endowment Fund
will be heU on Tuesday afternoon. April
at i the Hotel Pennsylvania. Miss
Virginia Archibold, Mrs. Henry Need
ham Flynt, Mrs. William Loomis Kan
man, and Mrs. Earle Kress Williams
are the committee In charge. They wHl
bp assisted by members of the younger
social set. The patronesses for this
event Include Mrs. Robert French Archi
bold, Mrs. T.sird Barber, Mrs. Burton
Berry. Mrs. William Burgher, Mrs John
Cavalno. Mrs. G. C. Flynt, Mrs. William
C. Fredenburg, Mrs. W. Travis Gibb,
Mrs. Frederich Gudebord. Miss Eliza
beth Hammond. Mrs. William Henry
Hays. Mrs. L. Emmett Holt. Jr.; Miss
Ella IiOulse Henderson. Mrs. Carl
Jungen. Mrs. Allen D. Kenyon, Mrs.
Theodore Kenyon. Mrs. Tremper Ix>ng
man, Mrs. Edward Evons. Mrs. Henry
Butler Moore, Mrs. John W. Morgan,
Mrs. Henry Stewart Price. Mrs. Clinton
Rosslter. Mrs. John D. H. Schulz, Mrs.
Albert Sellenlngs, Mrs. Horace E. Stout
Mrs. Pierrepont Edwards Twitchell,
Miss Dorothy Tuttle. Miss Helen Tlebout.
Mme. Aida Tagllnvla. Miss Helen War
ren. Mrs. John P Williams, and Mra.
Charles E. Woodhrldge
Debutantes to Aid
May Carnival for
Benefit of Poor
To Sell Votes on Street for
Election of King and
Queen of Screen.
I Platoons of debutantes wil! start on
April 29 to sell ballots on the streets for
i the election of the most popular actor
and actress o? the motion pictures as
King and Queen of the Movies. All
funds received will go to the assistance
of the ill, the poor and the unemployed
of the metropolis, under the supervision
of the Association for Improving the
Condition of the Poor. Preliminary ar
rangements for the formation of the.se
platoons were made yesterday by Mrs. E.
Roland N\ Harrlman, chairman of the
committor, on the sale of votes for the
May carnival, to be held at the Hotel
Astor on May 9.
A force of 500 girls will take up the
work the first day, and In addition to
getting dimes, which will be the price
of each vote for a favorite screen
player, they will get new recruits to Join
them, urtil a thousand young women
are engaged for the campaign.
The carnival will mark the finale o?
the popularity voting contest, and at it
the winners will be crowned king and
queen. The coronation will be attended
by leaders of the social, financial,
philanthropic, motion picture and
theatrical worlds, and the ceremonies in
connection with it will be conduced bv
Joseph P. Day. auctioneer.
Mr. Day will preside over the flnal
vote getting and counting, but the actual
sale of ballots from the opening of the
contest on the night of April 29 until the
closing at the carnival will be in charge
of Mrs. Harriman's committee. Mrs.
Harrlman yesterday took up her tvork
in the suite of offices in the New Yo.'k
Company branch at 1 East Fifty-seventh
street, donated to the May, carnival by
the bank.
SURPRISES FOE SUNRISE BALL.
Three Oreheetraa to Play Until
Daylight for Dance.
The "Sunrise Ball," which is to take
pi&ce at the Ambassador Hotel to-night,
promises to be well attended. Many sur
prises in the way of entertainment and
lighting effects are promised, and music
for dancing will be furnished by three
orchestras.
The ball will get under way about 11
o'clock and will not end until "sunrise."
In addition to the Louis XV. ballroom
there will be dancing in the Italian Gar
den and the Merosque room. Among
those who will entertain at supper are
Judge and Mrs. Francis Key Pendleton,
Mrs. Arthur M. Dodge. Mrs. Frederick
W. Vanderbilt, Mrs. John C. Pratt. Mrs.
Philip Rhlnelander 2d, Mrs. William
Taylor Pyne, Mrs. Whitney Warren and
Mrs. John Henry Hammond.
The Junior Committee la composed of
many of the season's debutantes. Miss
Wanden 13. Mathews is chairman of
this committee. Mr. Samuel Ballio Piza
is chairman of the floor committee.
The proceeds from the "Sunrise Ball"
will be used for the first Help-Men-to
Help-Themselves stations, where men
who are temporarily destitute may with
out cost be able to get a bath and shave.
DANCE AIDS BABIES.
Tits Institution* Benefit by Recital
at the Plar.u.
A dance recital for the benefit of the
Babies' Ward of the Post Graduate Hos
pital took place yesterday afternoon at
the Plaza under the direction of Miss
Adeline King Robinson and Mrs. Dana
Clark. The participants all were girls,
members of prominent families, and
their dances included exercises in rhythm
and expression, and some costume
dances. There was a set of American
dances, including those performed by
Indians, and the early Puritan. Dutch
and Quaker settlers, and also those of
Colonial days. Some of the present day
dances were added.
Among the children appearing were
Misses Margaret Gallatin, Cecile Hig
?r!ns, Caroline S. Pyne, Adela Eunice and
Evelyn Grlswold, Barbara Williams,
Hel*n de Peyster. Mary Livingston and
Betty Barlow. Among the patronesses
were Mines. John C. Jay, Jr., W. E.
S. Griswold, Albert Gallatin. Orson D.
Munn, George Russell Peabody, Arthur
A. Fowler. F. Ashton de Peyster and
Ncwbold Morris.
FREXCH POETESS TO LECTl'ItE.
Some of the mysteries of uMM libre,
supposed to have gotten Its^fcrt in
France, antedating Walt Whitman In
this country, will be explained by Mme.
| Jeean Parigot, French poetess, in a
series of five lectures on French poets
at the Labor Temple School, 239 East
Fourteenth street. The first lecture will
| be given to-night. Admission will be
1 free. ,
TALLY-HO IS KEOPKXED.
The Tally-Ho restaurant, which was
; recently partly refitted by Are, has
been entirely refitted and was reopened
to the public last night.
Fur Scarfs Specially Priced
Fur scarfs of Marten and Fox that retain
their accustomed place about the one
piece frock and the
smart t a i 1 1 e u r for
Spring are now espe
cially priced in the
Gidding F'ur Salon.
Scarfs of Platinum
and Dyed Blue Fox
for the Luncheon or
Tea-time frock ? soft
and luxurious ? $65?
$95?
Baum Marten Scarfs
in single skin effects?
$55
Scarfs of Stone Marten, chic for day
time wear?$58?#45.
^6 tit Strrrl - ^ J ill Street
Nrmlgorh
DRY COLD STORAGE REMODELING OF FURS
Phone Circle 8300 and our delivery will call.
married, she seeks
DEAD FIANCE'S MONEY
He Left Her $60,000 if She
Would Stay Single.
Special Dispatch to Thi New Yobk H*ald.
Worcester * Mass., April 19-?Mrs.
Raymond L. Goding of this city hopes
that a settlement will be reached by
which she will get a portion of the *60.
000 left her by Charles A. Hamilton of
Chicago on condition th&t she stay
single for the remainder of her life
and live with his mother.
Hamilton was an officer In the avia
tion service stationed In Texas, while
Miss Eleanor Katherine Berlin was do
ing war work in Galveston. They were
attracted to one anoUher. Acquain
tanceship ripened into love and an
nouncement of their engagement was
no surprise to friends. His airplane
crashed at Ellington Field. She hur
ried to his side and he promised to lea?e
her his property on condition she
would never marry and would live with
his mother. The injury proved fatal.
Miss Berlin came north to Worcester
to complete her education three years
ago. After a course in a business col
lege she entered the employ of Mr.
Goding. He fell in love with his sten
ographer and she gave up wealth for
a home. . . ...
?'We are arranging a settlement out
of court." xaid Mrs. Goding this morn
ink "If the matter were taken Into
the'courts. Mrs. Hamilton (his mother)
could appeal and a/ppeal until there
would be nothing lttft after paying
lawyers' fee?.
"I believe Charles was influenced by
the action of his father, who 'eft all
his property to Mrs. Hamilton on condi
tion that she should never marry again.
But it was a rather {knew
him to do. don't you think? I knew
hp was going to leave money to me
and like all girls I had It half spent. |
But 1 didn't know the clause In the
will about never m?r,'y'nB again.
"Mrs. Hamilton was much offended
that I didn't want to live
I t think she will be reconciled. Sue
UXed recently fro..Chicago, and
wanted me to come out for a visi .
ATLANTIC CITY ARRIVALS.
iTf."W.
two hundred school teachers
rived at the Traymore and the Ambas
*ador hotels. They are on an "tensive
tour of several cities, and came here
from Washington. ?%*-? -vnrk
Mrs. Howard H. Henry of New York
is at the Ritz-Carlton with Mrs. Daniel
B. Fearing of New York and Newport
Other arrivals at the hotels from .
York Include:
Ambassador?Miss Helen Unhard Mr.
John Mullen, Miss Marie Long, Mrs. L.
M. Althuser. Miss V. G. Hager.
Ritz-Carlton?Mr. and Mrs. Smith
O'Brien. Mrs. Edgar F. Luckenbach, Mr.
Julian Holland, Mrs. George Raab, Mr.
and Mrs. BenJ. Matthews.
Marlborougn Blenheim?Mr;.an<i_
H. Clarence Fisher. Mr. and Mrs R. D.
MacMurdy, Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Stephen
son. Mrs. F. E. Hadley, Mrs. L. A.
Williams, Mrs. N. J. Wagerman.
Chalfonte-Haddon Hall ? Mrs. A. M.
Ostergren. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Small
man. Brooklyn; Miss Mary E. Bernard.
LAKE WOOD, N. J.
Special Dispatch to The New York Hbhai.d.
Lakkwood, N. J.. April 19- ??<>*.
Edward I. Edwards was the guest to
night of Ocean County Democrats at a
dinner followed by a dance at the Laurel
House. . . .
Among the New York sojourners at
the Laurel in the Pines are Dr. and
Mrs. Harold Foster, Mr. and Mrs. O.
I W Phelps, Mrs. Charles Dickson, Col.
and Mra. Allan W. Pope, Miss Dorothy
! Gordon. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Weber.
' Mr and Mrs. De Witt Van BusKlr-t
I and Mr. De Witt Van Buskirk. Jr.. of
I Bayonne, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Carter
1 Mr and Mrs. Thomas M. Hasselt and
Mr", and Mrs. R. P. Howell of Nav
York are at the Laurel House.
OPERA HOl'SE OWSER FINED.
The Metropolitan Opera House and
Real Estate Company, owner of the
Metropolitan Opera House, was fined
$200 yesterday for erecting wooden par
titions forming rooms and closets In
hallwavs on floors above the first with
out a permit. The fine was imposed by
Magistrate W. Bruce Cobb in the Mu
nicipal Term Court. A plea of not guilty
had been entered, but when found
guilty, the company withdrew the plea
and paid the fine.
TO AID COGHLAN BENEFIT.
Miss Elizabeth Murray has volunteered
to appear at the Rose Cogiilan benefit.
: which will be held on Sunday niKht at
the Apollo Theater under the auspices
I of the Producing Managers Association.
ETCHINGS BRING $10,007.
"Palace of Jannla Dartna," by Cam
eron. Fetches I4UO.
An etching by David Young Cameron.
"Palace of Jannis Darius," fetched the
highest price In the first session last
night at the American Art Galleries in
the sale of etchings and engravings
from notable collections. Including that
of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and
those of various private persons. It
sold to Knoedler A Co. for $430. An
etching by Mulrhead Bone. "Piccadilly
Circus," aold to the same bidder for $340.
and "San Fernando In Ceiesto, Flor
ence," a dry point, by the same artist,
went to the same for $208. "Saint Merrl.
Paris." by Cameron, sold to Knoedler &
Co. for $180. The entire session totalled
$10,007.
Kennedy & Co. paid $290 for "Melan
cholia." an engraving by Albrecht Duer
er, and Mrs. S. S. Fish gave $260 for a
mezzotint after Rembrandt's "Saskia
Van Ulenburgh." by S. Arlent Edwards.
Another mezzotint by S. Arlent Edwards
after Gainsborough's "Blue Boy" was
bought by Mrs. H. T. Chlaholm. Jr., for
$200, and another mezzotint by the same
engraver, "Sympathy," after the paint
ing by Oreuze. went to Dr. J. B. Brlggs
for $185. An engraving by Albrecht
Duerer, "St. Jerome In His Study," was
bought by Fitzroy Carrington for $170,
and a mezzotint by S. Arlent Edwards
after Peruglno was purchased by Mrs.
H. J. Chisholm for $150.
$5,565 FOE SPANISH AET.
Lola finis Antique* Bring High
Price*.
The first session In the sale of the
Luis Ruiz collection of Spanish antiques
at the Anderson Galleries, yesterday af
ternoon. brought a total of $5,565. A
v&rgueno. with drawers and encrusta
tion, a sixteenth century piece, brought
the highest price of the afternoon, go
ing to C. H. Trowtrees for $260. The
sale continues this afternoon and
throughout the week.
Another Spanish vargueno sold to F.
H. French for $250. Eight brass candle
sticks of seventeenth century Spanish
workmanship were bought by William A.
Falrburn for $170, and six Louis XIV.
red damask covered chairs of the sev
enteenth century went to A. Williams
for $115. E. F. Collins, agent, paid $160
for three eighteenth century Spanish red
damafOt^overe^^irmcha^rs^^^^^
amusements.
I Neighborhood Playhouse
400 Grand St. TVUplione Orchard 1171.
TO-NIGHT
That Charming Comedy of Youth
''THE GREEN RING"
Theatre Closed To-m'w Eve. and
Sat. Mat. for rehearsala of
the week-end productions.
Opening Sat. & Sun. Eyes. r/S"
"SALUT AU MONDE"
A Festival Based on
WALT WHITMAN'S Poem
Music Specially Composed
nv
CHARLES T. GRIFFES
Played by the Little Symphony
GEORGE BARRERE, Conductor
For Three Weeks Thereafter
the Repertoire Will
Consist of
"THE GREEN RING"
ON
Tues., Wed., Thurs., Fri.
Eves. &. Sat. Mat.
"SALUTAU MONDE"
On Saturday & Sunday Eve.
R
Paramount Pictures
IVOLI "IS MATRIMONY
B way A FAILURE?"
at -?0tli fit. Rivoll Concert Orch**tr?.
iIALTO THE U00D PROVIDER"
Time* withVrrnftordon&DnrrDatldfton
Square Famous Klalto Orrh.
PR IT FR ion TIMES ; LA.HT 3 PAYS
tlMlCAitJll SQCAItE I NOON TO 11
"the LOVES OF PHARAOH"
Directed by ERNEST I.UBITSC'H.
0 LOFWS I "HOt'UHT AND
AT1TC r.'way and PAID FOR."
w,Blt 4r>th St. PACI. SPROUT'S
Ton.11 A M to 13P.M. | ORCHESTRA.
Aft. 30c.?Night 50c. 6 Other Acts.
(AAVEQfSisters
4?nd STaBMWW I.. .? SealsOMmXarr Moor*
\jDHTMJCU5 FPOI 946 AM. "
and Giadr* L??!ta
1xt rv norma talmadge
|TRAIN|J|n "sMH.IN* THROUGH"
*B'y tt 47 St Strand Symphony Oreb.
Cm IIMRIA B'waylTwIce L>aUy|Burl<"squo
ULUmOIH ^ 47ttilS: 1T? k 8:15|Fop.Prices
FRANK FINNEY REVUE
DANCING AND DINING. | DANCING AND DINING.
Kendall Co.. Tgflflth av..42tl Kt. Tel. 2370 Bryant I Kendall Co.. THKWh r.v.. 42d St. Tel. 2379 Bryant
Woodmansten Inn ^Knickerbocker Grill
Pclham Parkway
Formal Opening To-Nipht
AL JOCKERS
and His Versatile Orchestra
MODERN GREEN HOUSES
Open for Inspection
Broadway and 42nd St.
Exclusive Engagement of
EDITH KELLY GOULD
and
WILLIAM REARDON
Who Dance Nightly at Supper
Phone Bryant 18-18
JOSEPH L. PANI
C abanagf)'*'
2:6-260 WEST 23D STREET
RESTACRANT AND GRIM..
.RANQCKT ROOMS. SEA FOODS. STEAKS. CHOPS,
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
Langdoo
2 Fast 56th St.
A Few Desirable Suites
fo Rent With or
W ithout Furnishings.
Rts(?urant ? la Ctrl*,
The Cambridge^
f SO Went 68th St.
JVew Apartment Hotal
Attrartira Suit** O'
2 or 3 Rooms and Bath
f 'tirnithed or Unfitrnittol
High claaa restaurant.
?RAU
FAMOUS
RESTAURANT
QUAINTEST PLACE
?/O ? IN AMERICA?
4MAUOU
(y BROADWAV 8c .3CT? ST
Luncheons-Dinncrs. Beefsteak Parties
WHERE TO DANCE AND DINE
Tr*vtl?nrCo..2QW.34th.Tel. 2-172 -Pennaylvanla
MAKKAUA?KT~1 IKMKk
Krud?>| MUl ij.
MARTHA WAHIllNCiTt?S IIOIkL
ear Women Mnly. M Rut CMk Ml
MARIS AKTOUIirn,
ClubDurant
SUPPER DANCES
Evenings at 10:30 P. M.
NEW
ORCHESTRA
DELMONICOS
Fifth Avtntw at 44th Stroet
AMUSEMENTS.
AMUSEMENTS.
AMUSEMENTS.
, AMERICA S FOREMOST THEATRES AND HITS. direction OF LEE ft J. J. BHUBERT.,
WINTER GARDEN
~ >-IM
MATINEE TO-DAY.
EDDIE CANTOR
JIAJg IT SIUFPY'iw<HAMLfrtftw
NORA BATES NEXT MON.
M0N1MARTRE faff
VELM0NTg?.* Next Tues.^?';
l-'remh Theatre Co. (In French).
?LA RAFALE" w&nstki'n
APfll I fl West 42(1 St. Evenings at 8:30.
?^^53^^^_MFallnee Saturday. 3:30.
' with JOHN
Cumberland *
MARIE NORDSTROM
APOLLO cilki ADD 71 TWICE DA1LVI
st vrti vo oun., flrrt.ZO ?
LADY 6U6'
* FfMnr? Motion Pt'li
:?nd 8 :30 P. M
re of Travel
Arthur Hopkins Presents EUGENE
O'NEILL'S great success. "THE HAIRY
APEr Plymouth. W. 45. Em. 8:45.
Mats. To-day & Sat., 2:45.
DFD1IRI Ift Thea . 42d St.. W. of B'way.
ncruouu Ev, K 30. Mts.Wed.ft Sat.2:30.
LAWFUL LARCENY
longacre W. 48 St. Mts. Wed.&Sat.2 30
A Clean m ? W W T
American / #| /* ft K - f / Seat*
Comedy flit ?* IIUIIIY U
LITTLE Kv?. 8:30 ? ?/? Beat
thea The 1" Year*?*
West 44th 8t. Mat*. Wed. & Sat. at 2:30.
POSITIVELY LAST 4 DAYS
Final Performance* Sunday. April iJ.
- Theatre. 42d St.
J:3^ 3oaliy Tiroes Square ?W4y31
HOUDINI on^?^in
" THE MAN FROM BEYOND "
"I quivered at the views of^ the couple
hauling In the rapids."?N. V. American.
TO-NIGHT: Gold Star Mothers' Nifht
All Gold Star Mot he is will he admitted as
Houdlnl's g>iests.
AROUND THE WORLD
with BURTON HOLMES
Price* 'J5c to Kl. Ctlllureii Man ?*n?:e.
SPKCl'L PERFORMANCE NEXT SUNDAY
NIGHT H:3n at The REPUBLIC THEATRE
PFITINRF WE8T43dST.EV88.8:30. *
I LL""BE Mat*. Wed. ft Sat.. 2:30. 1
THE DEMI-VIRGIN
MAXINE ELLIOTT'S ?
"Moat Delightful High Comedy of This
Variegated Season."? Alan Male. American
RMARJORIK > In a New Comedy
AM BEAU! THE GOLDFISH
With WILTON LACK A YK.
'Mars. Sat. ft Wed.
DE wolt HORPER'S FUNMAKERS
Lew Dockstader, Jeff De Anstells. William
CourtleiRh. John E.IIenahaw.DeWnlf Honper.
In a Revmical 44CAIWIF PARTY"
Surprise entitled SUIVIt. r?K I *
AtTflB Thea.. 46tii lit. * li'way. Eva. 8:30.,
A* lull Next Matinee Saturday 2:30.
MOVES fa 44TH ST.Thea MON. APR. 24
CECIL LEAN ft CLEO MAYFIELD In
The BLUSHING BRIDE
Ar?Z?ZlO!f&WikAM.26
COBUft
//v rue new co/neov
BRONX EXPRESS
Seats Now On Sale III to fiJ.50
B^^MUSI
D THE MUSICAL TR11HWI
MARJ0LA1NE
With
.LENNOX
? !?????? ? ? " PAWLE.
POPULAW PRICE MATINEE TO-DAY.
Bl 1VUAI ICC VVOM 48th. E*ee. 8:3a
PLAYH0U5t Mats. Sot. * Wed.. 2:30
"UP THE LADDER
With DORIS KENTON.
i A W Theatre. Wi 4,0 St. Kvs_8.80
LAW Mat*. Sat. ft Wed.. 2:30
The
n " Mat*. Sat. ft Wed., 2:80
LAW BREAKER
r Matinee* Sal. A Wod.. 3 20.
feaaa Koala, Jas. Barton, Marion Green In
The ROSE of STAMBOUL
EVPS. (EXCEPT SAT.) Me TO m.M.
44th ST XheaUv- NEXT MON skats
* ' *'? Beginning "t*? WUI*. %()W
Cecil Lane A- Cleo Mayfteld IMove Here
THE BLUSHING BRIDE;^^.
Amh*K*rfnr40th nr B'y- Ch*ie87fl2. kv*.
nllluoMauUI 8:30 Matt. Sat. * Wed.
"BLOSSOM TIME"
SHUBERT Thea..44th. W.of B'way. Kvs.8:20
onuocni Matlneee 8,,. 4 W#d 2:20
FRANCES] TAYLOR The HOTEL
WHITE I HOLMES MOUSE
tri U/yiyTHK ATKK. W. 43 St. Eves. 8:20
????? * " Mats. Wed. ft Sat. at 2:20.
Joseph Cawthom ft Lillian Lorraine In
BLUE KITTEM
musical COMEDY SENS4T1QN.
LYRIC i3d St-" W ot Eve*. 8:30.
** * Mats. Saturday ft Wednesday 2:30.
The Smashing Musical Comedy Hit!
BOOTH West 46thSt. Evs. 8:30.
OUUin Mate. Sat. ft Wed. 3:30.
MUne's Now Comedy?THE
TRUTH
ABOUT
With O. P. UKGGIK and
ICANDRA carlisle
New Comedy?THE
BLAYDS
/1QTU <T Theatre I Mats. Toda
^O I n ?l . Evs.8:30 I and Sat.
-NEST
with LUCn.E
WATSON
"MATINEE TO-DAY 3:00
FUJ/TON TIIEA..
48th, Weet of B'wy
- Eves. 8:80. Mat?.
? Wed. ft Sat. 2:30.
^Knnnu/iuN
2d I'erfces To-day 2:00: To-night 8 00.
LAST 2 WEEKS. Mats. Tuea.. Thurs. ft Sat.
Pl.inilT'Jco ^S^ St.,W.of B'way. Evs.8:30
DI ?""Mats. Saturday ft Wednesday. 2:30
s DOYER ROAD
Dir. of Guthrie MoCllntlc
W. 45th St. Eve. 8:30.
Mats. Wed. ft Sat. 230.
sensation OF N. Y. and LONDON.
MOROSCO
Keeps Standees on Tips of Their Toes.
UAMnPRRII T Thea.. W. 48 St. Evs. 8:30.
VANUttlBILI Mat,. Wed. ft Sat. 3.SC.
CHARLOTTE ki^ca, "LETTY
GREENWOOD Coff,rly PEPPER"
TTomrooscovx)
ONDOrv-PAR./S
/esr 90 B'VAYi
Phone Circle 3838. Eves. 8:30.
t)/rect from LONu?rr7??
49-/T. Iheatre yf ST
Mais. To-day. Saturday and Tuesday.'
MATINEE TO-DAY
rsi94 EVS.0-JO/
TMURS.WSAT.2 30
mm
\'7/itatrt '
WHITESIDE
M DU a
^OTH The*., nr. B'way. EveviLast 3
'"n J|. 8:30. Mats. Sat. ft Wed. I Weeks
? MOUNTAIN MAN
\uamuuy
4l?l ST., W. of B'Y
?.ty. 1564. Ew. 8:39
Mats. Wad. & Sat.
PRINAFtt 39111 or u'v. tvs. 8 jo
rninbC? Mau s>t A Wed., 3:30.
THE FIRST 50 YEARS
NEW YORK'S LEADING THEATRES AND SUCCESSES
tllDIDC 11'way ft 40 St. Kveninn* 8:20.
fcMrlnC. Mats. Wed. ft Sat. at 2:20.
"DORIS KEANE ?"tr*
'THE CZARINA'"
? I DCDTV WEST 42(1 ST. Evs. at 8:20.
LIBC.nl 1 Mats. Wed. A Sat. at 2:20.
"Such noble foollnit as George Ade might hare
l-e< n proud to sign."?New Yorlc Timer
t? i a niircfHe,enHayes
THeLALFI CO iOtto Kroger
By the Men who wrote "OITLCY."
LYCtUM^^%
?%french|
?MDOLLM
UA?m MIlWc l-? w- 4:i st" Kv8 816
Henry nrm.er s To-day & s?t.
LAURETTE TAYLOR
In .T.Hartlev Manners' TheNatlonalAnthem
F
n i/ ivK
W. 42 St.
LAST 4
TIMES
'PIGEON'
lly JohnGalsworthy
Evenlngl 8:45.
last Mat. Sat. 2:40.
FRAZEE Wed. Evt, APR. 28
SEATS NOW ON SALE '
The Plavers' Awmblii Inr.. Present
THE NIGHT CALL $ry
CEO
kUAU THEATQt SV*t 45 iT |
HIAW fAT* ytDfrS*' W-t;-.'
.Mat*. Wed. ft Hat
the
id month
RUBICON!
With VIOLET HEMING.
NEW AMSTERDAM. W. 43 8t. Evil. ?:U.
Last Pop. Mat. Sat . 50c to *2.50. No higher.
LAST 4 TIMES
IZITCFBLDTfUUMMf
MARILYN HH.Lia
LBON BRROL in
SALLY
VtTM
"SEDDerrTE COHAH
RUTHDONNELLY
<nd CAST or COHAN COMEDIANS
OPENING MONDAY EVENING.
new olay
EARL CARROLL
Theatre. 7 Av. ft 50 St.
MATP. TO-DAY ft ^. . -----
SAT. 2 :30. Eves. 8:30. A kiAody Comedr
JustBccmc
Mats. To-day ft Sat. at 2:20.
MATINEE TO-DAY AT 9:90.
"Miss lilrlc'n performance a* KJkl Is
the most finished piece of acting of the
season."?lleuwood Br nun.
PAVIL) BKLASCO Present5
I HNORE. ULR|C?KIKI
Knickerbocker. B'wa.v. 38 8t.
AtS:30. Mats. Wed ftSat. 3:30
BULLDOG DRUMMOND
WlUi A. E. MATTHEWS.
Good Morning Dearie
Musical Comedyfjf ADC Eves. 8.25 Mt*
Hensa t Ion a 11 he Ul^vDb
? Wed. ft Hat
?l td ?t. Music Hall, net. if war and U. I'.W.
SHUFFLE ALONG
Extra Midnight Performance WEI), at II :30.
Evs. 8:30
Mats. Wed. ft Sat.
"SAM H. HARRIS' ATTRACTIONS"
"A HUGE ti(
SUCCESS."
'SIX CYLINDER LOVE"
With
ERNEST
TRI'EX
rflDT W. 48 St
Bryant 4tt.
Mats. Wed.
SATURDAY at2:20
WALLACE EDDINGER and MARY NASH
ln "CAPTAIN APPLEJACK
A New Comedy by
Welter Backet t
MUSIC BOX
W. 45th St. Evs 8:15.
Telephone Bryant 1470.
Mats. Wed. ft Hat.
IRVING
BERLIN'S
"MUSIC BOX REVUE"
William Collier. Florenae Moore. Wilda Bennett. Joseph Santley
Ivy Sawyer. Solly Ward, many others. Staged hy Baasard Shori.
?nest nmslc show ever made In America."?Globe.
The Greatest Benefit Ever Staged in New York!
MISS ROSE COGHLAN
A TESTIMONIAL
TO
AUSPICES PRODUCING MANAGERS' ASSOCIATION.
Personal Direction SAM H. HARRIS
THEATRE
West 42d Street.
APOLLO
NEXT SUNDAY EVENING
THE FOLLOWING ARTISTS HAVE PLEDGED THEMSELVES POSI
TIVELY TO APPEAR:
ED WYNN MASTER OF CEREMONIES.
MME. FRANCES ALDA
NORA BAYES
SAM BERNARD
FANNY BRICE
WILLIAM COLLIER
EDDIE CANTOR
JOSEPH CAWTHORN
FRANK CRUMIT
FRANK GILL
CHARLOTTE GREENWOOD
HASSARD SHORT
F.MMA HAIG
JACK HAZZARD
RICHARD W. KEENE
CECIL LEAN
CLEO MAYFIELD
FLORENCE MOORE
ELIZABETH MURRAY
MLLE. MARGUERITE
FAY MARBE
RENE RIANO
BLANCHE RING
JULIA SANDERSON
BELLE STORY
ROSE ROLANDA
JOSEPH SANTLEY
IVY SAWYER
VAN & SCHENCK
FRANCES WHITE
PEGGY WOOD
SOLLY WARD
CHAS. WINNINGER
STAGE DIRECTOR
SEATS NOW ON SALE AT APOLLO THEATRE BOX OFFICE
icapitol
? ?! B a"Y Th6ATPE31, a V B'ttbv nt 51 SC. Capitol (irnnd Or. h.
i bsbmsbbssbsszi
5fhAvp
S3GE253
n?Tt Tinker A Co., He Ford Dane
T?, Al Phayne, Knro A Moon,
Trovato, Cbandon Trio, Ruaaell A
rx vltt, C. Chaplin In T?J Day.'
25d5t
s8krsh
125th St
Clin rile Chaplin In "I'ay !>*,?"
and "The I.vmir Trntli*' With
?' Ml < ?
|nEAP6M<Wy anil tnprwif Vaudeville.
niCK'H NlRPnisK PAHTV.
h R<( Ynmlrt lllr slani and
It Other Art*
|n?A(? 3d AVE. 1 .-Hid "DKTERMINATIOV."
Belmont *? Fulton. Kerne A
William*, Tbpttia? r. .lafl(.?ni',
irutftu ?. e V ? Fottr A< ? Orrm A Drew and
'' AKK a Lt a.1 nt i ii. r* ?nd "IJetermlnatlon."
.t HIWODRO
M*if ? *.000 Heat* .'?0c. |l; nlulu* rOc-|2.
PLAZA I SESSUE HAYAKAWA
Mad Av.'l In "The Vermilion Penrjl" A
CARNKIilF, HAM., TOM'W KVK., 11:30.
LEK KSEDICK Present*
SIR ARTHUR
CONAN DOYLE
"Recent Psychic Evidence" (Ilium rated).
-Ttcketa. fiOc to tU.oO. at Box Oftlrr
KE( ITAI,
BENEFIT ASSOCIATION Fori IMPROV
ING CONDITION <>F THE POOR
JOSEF HOFMANN
at the residence of Mm. Harry l'ayne Whitney,
*71 Fifth Avenue,
Thursday afternor.n, April 30th, al 3 o'clock.
Tickets on sain at Hotel St. Reals.
RUriTAI.*
Aeolian Hall, THIH MORNING AT II
"MONNA VA>NA"
Klvf Tunrtiy* In May at 3:39.
Special subeerlptlon. to tkt.?, flO. flee. 7* W.
? "? * 0457. 8telnwairi)u
A 09th It. I Charlie Chaplin In "Pay Day" ' fit. Circle 04Q7. Steinway Duo Art Piano,
The Catholic Library Association
Presents
The Rev. Richard Downey, D. D.
Lecturer in Psychology *! nay-?w?^r. EdUor
of "The Catholic Gazette. MeniBer
British Psychological Society.
"THE NEW REVELATION AND ITS
APOSTI.ES" , . .
(Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Sir OJWer
GRAND BALL ROOM. ? ^A/A HO
Entrance. 9 West 68th Street. ?
Sunday Evening. April -3rd, 8.30 IT M.
"MK. >VKLL8 ANI? THE ROMANCE OK
HISTORY"
ROSE ROOM. Pl-AZA HOTEL
Wednesday, April .6th. 4 F.
"SCIENTIFIC AND KTHICAI- ASPEC
OF PSYCHO-ANALYSIS
O. L. L. AUDITORIUM
408 West 143rd St.
Friday, April -Mh. 8:30 P. M
Puhncrlptlon Tickets for , V1? "Vi'i '
Three Dollars. Single Tickets, One
Dollar and a Half.
Rt Rev. JOSEPH*!!. McMAHON. Fh. D..
Moderator,
472 Wast 142d Street.
MISS GERTRUDE A. MURPHY. Secretary.
17 East 11th Street.
MISS MARY BROWN, Treasurer.
2087 Fifth Avenue.
NOW
MADISON SQ. GARDEN
. 'SX.1SS Si"r*2i.S;?
SINGLING BROS.
ARNUM ^BAILEY
mssu&s&gBg
cation. Chlldr-n under 12 H reduce
and 'over. ' MaT Orders1 F?,^
vlss? ibi?c AicrgAJ
METROPOLITAN Sowk
1A8T WBSRK OF OPKHA,
'lo-dnyi hpeclal Children*? Mat.. 2:30
lO-QIfty, nilCCllll V1IIIUI?? " ????? ,
rrjces si ?"nS3. SNOW MAIDEN
BorUD'Arle.Deiaunola.Tolva ;Harrold Chaw
mers. Rothler. Bada. Meader. Bamhoschek. J
T?inlgM. 8. Andre Chenler mu.io,Perlnl. Da?
lo?sy ;Glgli.Danl?e.Dldur, Ananlan. Moranzonl.
Krl 7 -4.1 Tristan. Easton. Claus.en; "*<"
bach.Whlt'ehni.Blasi.Dla*,Me?der. Bodanzkr.
Sat" " Zaia. Farrar, Howard, Egener; Mar
tlnelll. De Lues. Bada, Ananlan^MoranzoM.
But 8 Pop. Prices. >or*a del Deetlnn. r
rait a, Gordon. G*1H: Snlaiar. Danl.e, Mar
d8oi E^1.?,%'i0.ri"^t Concert, Winifred
nird Planlate. Gordon, Roaelle, Bradlej,
f.^ka perlnl. Tiffany. Semhach. Dla..
Vlcader, Caupollcan. Guataf.on. Eliler.
HARDMAN PIANO USED.
9tTH ANhllAL LXrilbl I iDM
NATIONAL
ACADEMY
0FDESI6N
FINE ARTS
GALLERIES
(IS VMt 87th St.
LAST 3 DAYS
10 A. M. to 8 p. M;
Sunday. 1 :S0 to 6 P.M.
Arf.nt?nton TiO Cent..
""^WaWAf^SSWIIn?3 "'
SQUIRES
vo.rE
Tickets w>c to S2 at Bo* Office. (Chlckerlnr*
TOWN HAM- Tonight at SOJ
Violin and Piano Recital. ANDRE
POLAH
SCHNITZER
and
<JER
a Program of MODERN Mu.lc
' rrli ~?
(Chlckei'lng Piano.)
A Mu.ical Treat.
44th St.
That.
ZERO
0.,i?, r*??t all thl. week. Mat. 1*1'
?Ww". b"?! KVery m'mb*r
encored.
HUBERMAN
lo J^IINIST b# pun?
MgU lw^rn?r???/.al Concert flection. Inc.
I OWN HAIL. Mon. Nlgllt. April t?. al 8^18
bachau
r.th * Last, piano Racttal. (Baldwin Plan ^
PALISADES PAR
? opposite W. ID0 St. Ferry. Ot?M *i
Free Clrcu., Firework., Bind Conee I

xml | txt