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j^' Italian pottery pieces in great
|r variety t5 to $100
||)| Po many Americans
101 have adopted the cus
r torn of purchasing wedD
ding gifts from Ovington's
C that the very delivery
!i records read like a social
g calendar of New York's
r smartest weddings.
f OVINGTON'S
U "The Gift Shop of Fifth Avenue" 1/
g Fifth avenue at 39th St. i
Concluding Sale
To-Day at 2:30
Senor
Raimondo Ruiz
Collection
of
Authentic
i Spanish Antiques
! (Jisxvks'*
j - 44 East 48th Street
Hale Under the Dire uion of
} Mr. AUGUSTUS W. CLARKK
nwr
Bloomingdale 's
For Straw Hats
$1.95 to $4.25
Large assortment of
the season's new shapes
and straws. Main floor.
1872?Golden Annue *?ry Veer?1922
BloomingdaleS
59th to 60th Lex. to 3rd Ave.
$250.00
Will Be Paid-to
the Man Brave
Enough to Endure
SOLITARY
CONFINEMENT
for One Week in
Cell 64 on the
Lower Deck of the
TANVirT
V V II V * V/ A
SHIP
Now at the Battery
The "Prisoner" will be
ironed in leg chains, fed on
bread and water, have but
one hour out of twenty-four
for exercise, and live and
sleep on the floor of the Cell
in the same manner that
real prisoners were treated
in the old days.
Apply by Mail Only.
Before SATURDAY, MAY 20th.
No Personal Applications
will be considered.
Add lean Manager
CONVICT SHIP
The Battery, New York
I
Cuticura Quickly Soothes
Rashes and Irritations
Hot baths with Cuticura Soap, followed
by light applications of Cuticura
Ointment, afford Immediate
relief in moat pases of rashes. Irritations,
ecsemas, etc. Cuticura Talcum
la also excellent for the skin,
flianli TT? i ft T*r i n Tj Will Addiriu: "CatlasiafcsV
fsWrlsa.Pot. tor. Hildas t?. Hsu." Sold rrrrrwbsre.
R"10 Ho. OintmwitHsndKV. TslrmnMo.
SSrCstltws Soap ilstw without ??<
Annual HorseShow
Begins at Capital;
| Pershing a Winner j
| Much Visiting1 Baok and Forth
Among Prominent Boxholders
at Event.
Special Dispatch to Tiie Nbw Yo?k Hbsald\f?
York Hrrald Bureau. )
WuNhlncton. D. May 12. f
The annual Washington Horse Show i
opened to-day with many notables assembled
in the boxes alongside the ring.
The attendance was rather small, because
the social calendar is crowded,
j and there are four more days in which j
| to take in the show.
. . , I
J i ne women in ineir smart ?a au-a
1 bright colored hats contributed a ga>
note which was further accentuated by
| the giant flags used as decorations.
There was much visiting about from box
r to box. Tea was served in the gayly
' decorated booth at one end of the grand|
stand and in the boxes, pretty girls
| serving at waitresses.
Gear Admiral Cary T. a ray son. who
succeeded the late William Corcoran 1
I E11Ih as president of the Horse Show
i Association, and Mrs. Grayson oecr- j
pied a box, and had as guests Senator 1
! and Mrs. Pdter Goelet Gerry and Mr. |
I and Mrs. Carter Phelps of New York. ]
Mrs. Grayson looked very summery in \
a pink gown and a big Leghorn hat. !
For the most part, however, dark gowns
were worn in deference to threatening ;
showers.
Col. Robert M. Thompson and Brig.- i
' Gen. James A. Buchanan, both former ;
presidents of the association, attended. 1
j Col. and Mrs. Thompson were hosts to
! several guests in their box, and with ;
Gen. Buchanan was his daughter, Mrs. j
| Helen Buchanan Jones, who came all |
i the way from Porto Rico to enter her !
i ctring of horses In the show.
Ill the Pershing Box,
I I Gen. Pershing's box was occupied by
'1 his aid. Col. Duncan Major, who liad
n | with hlin Col. and Mrs William C.
? Rivers. Senor Cardenas uf the Spanish
j Embassy and Miss Joser/iiinc' Patton.
i Baroness de Cartier was a guesc of Mr.
; William Phelps lino, who als . entertained
Miss Betty Connollv. Mi. Eno's
j sister, Mrs. Charles Bouil ton Wood.
iiad a box and had as her guests Senj
ator and Mrs. George P. McLean and
Mrs. John P. Montgomery of Portland.
' Ore. With Mrs. W; Harry blown of
j Pittsburgh, werfe Mrs. Stephen B. El(
kins, Mrs. T. De Witt T'-lmagc, Mrs.
James McDonald, Mrs. pebert Carson
I and Mrs. Francis Brown. The Commis|
sloner and Mrs. Cuno H. Rudolph had as
! their guests Mrs. Clarence Day, Mrs.
! Victor Kauffmann,' Mrs. Frank Hight
i a'ntl Mrs. Septimus. Austin.
Miss Anne. Ilamlln anl Miss Kath
! erine Mackay of New York shared a
j box and had some of the young attaches
' of the British Embassy with th- .n. Another
party of young pcopie was entertained
jointly by Miss .. ulie. Whiting
and Miss Ruth Hitchcock. Mrs Howard
Hume and Mrs. John B. Cochran were
among rhelr guests.
Dr. and Mrs. Cary l.a.'goorr.e entertained
Mrs. Henry Getty Chilton. Mrs.
Thomas T. Gaff and others. Mrs. Eugene
Cowles Pomero.v had Mrs Lor.' n Johnson's
box and had Mrs. Edouard Albion
with her. Mr. and Mrs. Lrtrz Anderson
were hosts in their b >x tj Mr. and Mrs.
Edwar.f Mitchell. Mrs J. Mayhew
Wainwrlght entertained g.'csts in the
? box of the Secretary of War and Mrs.
^ John W. Weeks.
( en. Pershing'* liorar Win*.
. The outstanding feature of the horse
show was the performance of Dandy
Dude. Gen. Jphn J. Pershing's gray
gelding, who won first honors in the
initial event, officers' charger, light
weight. A beautiful silver loving cup
was presented by W. P. Van Wickle.
-PivslH*n^ HapHlnff'K hnr?:> HarebelL.
while not entered to-day, save an exhibition.
The chestnut gelding was ridden
by T.leut. T. H. McCreary. The summaries
:
OFFICERS' CHARGERS. LIGHTWEIGHT?
Won by Dandy Dude, owned by Gen. Jolin
J. Pershing; second. Edward K.. owned by
Lieut. Victor Fromont: third, Mine 8weeper,
owned by Major Stanley Koch; fourth,
T.ady I.nck, owned by Cant. J. T. Cole.
First prize cup presented by W. P. Van
Wtcklej
HEAVY HARNESS HORSES, NOVICE
PAIRS?Won by Animation and Admiration.
owned by Mrs. Loulu i^ong Comba;
second, Brlr-a-Brac and Mate, owned by
12. M. Palmer. First prize, $-10.
RADDLE PONTES. RIDDEN RV CHILDREN
UNDER 1.-i YEARS-Won by OJal. owned
by A. C. Mones; second. Fetish, owned byMiss
Elizabeth Zlegler: third. Countess,
owned by Miss Laura Tuekerman; fourth,
Johnny Walker, owned by Mlaa Evelyn
Walker. First prize, cup presented by
! Miss Hilda Svkes.
I GREEN HUNTERS. LIGHTWEIGHT?Won
by My Choice, Allendale Farms; second.
Laugh Spring. Gen. James A. Buchanan:
third. Headlight. Gen. James A. Ruohanan.
fourth. P. D. Q.. E. Redmon. Firat prize,
$r.o.
P ARK SADDLE HORSES. NOVIPE-Won
by Leo. ridden by Dr. Sherlev Carter and
owned by E. L. Redmon; second. Countess,
owned by W. Sinclair Row-en; third. Mine
Sweeper, owned by Major Stanley Koch:
Fourth, Dolly Heart, owned by Gen. H. K.
Bethel First prize. $40.
tUNAHOUT HORSES-Won by The Jester,
owned by Martha Lamarelils; second. Clipper,
owned by Thomas Bones: third, Admiration,
owned by Mrs. Louta Long
Combs.
-' AHl OF HUNTERS?Won by Allendale
Farm entry; second, Major-Gen. J. O.
Harbord entry.; third, J. M. Trapnell entry.
First prize, $40.
tOADSTERS?Won by Pilsener Maid, owned
by J. Arlle Thomns; second, Danfleld,
owned by James P. Fitzgerald: third.
Chance, owned by J. A. Jones. First prize,
$30.
1 THOROUGHBRED HUNTERS-Won by Anne
Ford, owned by Spencer lllsley; second.
Mine Sweeper, owned by Major Stanley
Koch: third. Edward F., owned by Victor
Froment: fourth. Skin Brow n, ow ned by
Hpcnccr Mlsley. First prize, cup presented
by Dennis Upson.
HUNTERS?Won by Hindoo Maid, owned by
J. M. Trapnell: second. Tarry Not, owned
by Col. W. W. Whltsidr, third. June
Tolliver, owned by Henry H. Norman;
fourth, Hindoo Dance, ^>wned by J. M.
J Trapnell,. First prize. $40.
mm BREEDING HORSES (sired by Government
stallions)?Won by Frerkles. owned by
? Lieut. M. E Jones; second. Msggla Dean,
Fort Myer. Vs.: third. Redwing, owned by
Capt. A. P. Thayer.
HEAVY DRAFT HORSES-Won by Bobby
and John, owned by George N. Oyster,
Jr. (Chestnut Farms Dairy) ; second. Battery
D, a, F. A.. Fort Mvor; third. Battery
F. F. A., Fort Myer. First prize, $2". ,
DELIVERY WAGON AND HOME Won In
Hurry, Iteorg* M oyster (Clieatnut farm
Dairy); ?ecnn<d. Jim. (loorge M. Oyater,
I Jr.: third, Rouatcr, owner by W. H. 8tomI
bock. \
RACTKft.
I FIRST TtACE?(So*ernmcnt owned horaea;
distance, four and a half furlongs: pur*e.
*40 to winner. Won by Rlond.v (Private
Wire); reoond, ('list a "AVarnsmoutliO ;
tlilrd. Fufanne "Private Wlekens).
HKfTlND HACK?Roman race; Government ;
owned hor?e?; dletance, four and a half
furlong*; puree, 120 to winner. Won by J
' Serond Team. Troop K. Third Cavalry. I
Fort Myer; eeoond (Private Rakerle). Fleet
Team. Troop F, Third Cavalry. Fort Myer; i
third. Tlilrd Team. Troop O. Cavalry. Fort
Mver (Serg. KOblnaky).
THIRD RACK?Open, flat: distance. el* and I
n half furlong*; puree. $173: won by j
Regular (Currant; eeeond. Celtic T.aea |
Otterhack); third. 8lr Mortimer iLleth). |
fn.rvra K?it chitksb art.
The "llwa Mel" Chlnea* collection I
rold yesterday afternoon at the Atrcrl- ,
an Art Galleries for $S,>773.
Curved and painted eight panel loonier
screens by Too Knnng w re sold
as follows to Mrs. Bobbin* for *20"). >
Samuel A. Stleher. $180; Anton Edner.
HBO; Mrs. R. 8. Brewster, $170; Anton
Edner, $130 and $110. A pair of cinnabir
luciRter bottle* gold to W. Tan Itorn for
$100 and u pair of brilliantly decorated
Jardinieres of the Ch'iinlung tyye to D.
F. Duffla for $1M.
THE
4MISSING HUSBAi
FRANCE, IS F
Dominating Figure Is Que
Marries Army Offi
Squelche
"Missing Husnands," the French pho- |
topbiv production from the novel "L'Atlantlcie,"
by Pierre Benolt. which Metro
imported and will set orr at tne criterion
this afternoon, la a feminine
"Shell;." After the original story by
this name and "The Sheik's Wife" It
was but to be expected that in the natural
feministic march of events film
producers would swing around to a
woman's version of the desert caveman
methods. The French, as usual, are In
the van, as might be expected in matters
erotic.
The feminine protagonist in this makes
the arid sand wastes warmer than ever
for men by kidnaping them. She is
queen of the lost kingdom of Atlantis,
which has proven more valuable than
It It were In existence to-day as a
stamping ground for romanticists. Fortunately,
while occasional superb views
of the place are revealed, it is the amatory
side of the story that is stressed, so
that the spectator Is delivered from his
premonitory qualms that he was in for
another "Mistress of the World."
Male explorers In the Sahara who
stumble upon her hidden kingdom are
married out of hand by Queai Antinea,
supposed descendant of Neptune and
Clito, who thus has an easy set rule for
disposing of all the intruders. All the
intruders seem to be military omcers?
apparently the Queen has a weakness for
them?but even their martial front can't
save them.
Married and Promptly Sqarlrhril.
They are .married and promptly
squelched. For the Queen has a way of
speedily forgetting her current husband
and then leaving him to commit suicide
or go Insane, as he prefers. Their dead
bodies are turned to golden statues by a
secret process, and placed In a most impressive
red marble hall?apparently the
i fickle Queen, while quickly growing old.
! likes to preserve mementoes of her various
affairs.
Presently come a pair of French officers
from Algiers, whose rivalry in her
favor leads to a tragedy which, whilt
gruesome, has the merit of being new.
The thought that no good might come
of their meeting the Queen might easily
have been inspired in the soldiers' minds,
because after ail the lustrous adjectives
that had been heaped upon her beauty
by tlie desert folk, she hardly turned
out to be up to sample. After the spec!
tator has been led to expect some one
1 overpoweringly alluring, a cross between
Pola Negri and Dagny Servaes, he is
shown a Queen more like an overdone
: prima donna. The way in which she
tosseu on nusDanas one aner auouiei
j heightened the resemblance to some
COLLEGE EDITORS
CONVENE IN ITHACA
Dr. Farrand, President of Cornell,
Extends Greeting.
Ithaca, May 12.?The Eastern Intercollegiate
Newspaper Association met
> here to-day, wtih forty-five publications
| represented. The day was devoted tc
the greeting of the delegates by clt>
officials and the secretary of Cornell
University, Among the speakers listed
Is Dr. Livingston Farrand. president ol
Cornell and former business manager ol
. the Daily Princetonian. Several proml'
pent newspaper men have promised tc
attend and address the convention.
To-morrow morning the business session
will be followed by s tour ol
' Ithaca as the guest-' of the Ithaca
Board of Trade. The trip will includt
j visits to spots of scenic interest.
! In the afternoon the delegates will
j attend the annual track meet between
I Pennsylvania and Cornell and the base|
ball game between Syracuse and Cor
{ nell Immediately following rne torI
noil Athletic Association will play host
I to the visitors for both events. A dance
has been arranged in the evening for
j the visiting college newspaper repre1
senta lives.
The officers for the present year are
E. J. Smith, former managing editor o(
the Cornell Daily Sun, president; A. E.
Stevenson, former managing editor oi
the Daily Princetonian. vice-president,
and T. E. Ferris. '22. former assistant
managing editor of the Columbia Spectator.
secretary-treasurer. The colleges
which are members of the association
are Amherst, Boston. Bowdoln, Brown,
Colgate. Columbia, Cornell. Dartmouth,
Hamilton, Harvard. Johns Hopkins. M. I.
T.. Middlebury. Princeton, Penn, Rhode
Island State. Richmond, Rochester. Syracuse,
Trinity, Wesleyan, Williams and
Yale.
SCHUMANN-HEINK ILL.
Ponca CtTY, Okla.. May 12.?Mine.
Ernestine Schumann-Heink was unable
to fill her engagement to aing here tonight
because of a severe cold which deI
VAlnnAii on her wav if waa mv
nounred late to-day. The remainder of
her tour alao has been cancelled on the
advice of her phynlclan, the announcement
aald. She will leave to-morrow for
Chicago to undergo treatment.
[ Notes of* the Stage 1
Kenneth MacKenna, playing with hurtle
I 5Vataon In "The Neat" at the Fo.-ty-elghth
Street Theater, ha* written the book aiid lyrlr*
of a musical comedy. "Apollo Jim." which
will break In on the Y. M. C. A. rlrdii', a
new addition to theatrical territory. ft will he
fried out by membera of the Mare.v avenue
branch. Brooklyn, on May 25. and if Brooklyn
approves jf It there-* no telling how far
It may go.
"Bull Dog Drummond." Charles Dllllnghanrt'a
production at the Knickerbocker Theater.
will end Ita engagement to-night, the
decision having been arrived at with almoat
the suddenneea with which deeds are dune
in the melodrama Itaelf. Moat of the memlter*
of the rest will sell nest week for T*ni?
land. In order to keep In touch with their
native tongue.
Frances White and Taylor Holmes will jflve
a special matinee of "The Hotel Mouse" at
the Shubert Theater the first week In .Tune
during the convention of the American Detectives
Association, when the hotel sleuths wilt
have an opportunity of possibly learning
something about tracking a hotel Itaffles
from the musical comedy? vou never can tell!
For his summer use ns costumes In "The
niuahliif Tlrlde" at the Forty-four'!! Street
Theater Cecil Tyean received yesterday ten
suits of clothes of the latest xlgr.ag cut
from his Isinrion tailor, who Is his clothier of
course, by special appointment. Me will flon
them beginning June T. hut how many he will
don at once Is not mentioned.
Arrangements were made yesterday with
I-ee Hhubert and llarry Corson Clarke, who
In aaaoclatlon with J. A. Morris recently
gave a private diacloaure of the Kngllsli satirical
comedy. "The Rottera," to book the
play In Stamford for three performances, beginning
May III, when derision will be made
by the th >e powers sitting In Joint conference
ns to whether It can stand the wear and
tear of a Broadway run.
Ty Cobb last night entertained the Detroit
Tigers at the Century Theater to see "The
Hose of Htamboul," and while watching the
work of Tessa Kosta. James Barton and
Marlon Clreen they expressed the opinion
that Barton would make the best base stealer
among them all.
Miss leMllse C.roody, playing the feminine
lead In "Good Morning, Dearie." decorated
the staije of the (llobe Theater for the sec.
ond s t 1st' night v Ith IIPics and tulips
brought from her recently acquired estate In
Mi-eat Neck, and Imported to Broadway he
fore the small boys In the neighborhood
might steal them over the fence.
The New Vork extension of the l.eague of
American Pnnwomen had a theater party at
the Itltx Theater lsst night to see "Tin- \d
vertlslng of Kate," by Mra. Annlo Nathan
Meyer.
NEW YORK HERALD,
yds; film from
-eminine 'sheik1
ien of Lost Atlantis, Who
cers and Promptly
is Them.
I prima donnaa. Still, one of the officers
went right ahead and fell madly in love
I with her. possibly by an effort of will.
A touch of "Tiiais" is introduced here
when the other officer, remembering
i celibate vows he has taken in prepara|
lion for the priesthood, repulses the ex'
tremcly overt advances of Aiitiuea, be|
side when "The Sheik" seems like a
' high schor 1 boy. Of course she falls in
| love with him?such Is ever the way in
i fiction?Just because he will have none
i of her, though her fierce hatred of him
; when he rejects^ her is shown with-the
' abruptness of a sandstorm. It is a nice
, <iuestion whether American audiences
will be enraptured by a Queen with
| such a peculiar and ferocious libido, but
j it lias been most appropriately placed
: amid this fragment of an ancient and
warped civilisation, which leads one
almost to give thanks that the rest of
Atlantis did si' 'i out of sight.
Scenery la Maanlflclent.
The scenery is magnificent and most
beautifully enfolded in the story?indeed.
even in Bruce scenics landscapes
and settings have never been so entrancingly
dramatized. For the first
part of the picture certrfinly the towering
canyons, weird caves and dim labyrinthine
passages lend a most sustaining
air of mystery to the picture, so that
they bring a chill even- to the Sahara.
The acting is generally wdll directed,
though occasionally convulsive, especially
with the Queen, who sometimes
forgets graces for simple "vamp" effectiveness.
Stacia N'aplerkow ska. who
plays this role. Is voluptuously robust
and every time she leaned over to strike
a gong one could fancy her groaning.
She was occasionally regal and seductive
In half lights, but always jn u Parisian
boulevard fashion. She rolled like
a ship in a gale at times. .
The best acting was done by the men.
with Jean Angelo a very proper figure
of a man as the monastic officer, who
insisted on keeping his coat on before
a lady in the hottest weather. Georges
Melchior was excellent 93 thq lover who
escaped only to return to the siren?an
ending. Incidentally, that was so obviously
anticipated early In the story that
It became a "plant."
An Arab guide contributed a natural
bit of acting, and so did a camel who
died in a most casual manner. "Missing
Husbands" is a deceptive title, as thev
become husbands first and then ar->
missing after the Queen turns the ful|
i candlepower of her eyes on them. It is
the best French picture that has come
this way in a long time?so much better
than its precursors as to make them
1 seem like French pastry.
ACCUSE FILM COMPANIES
OF EVADING STATE FEES
' Several Haled to Court or
Complaint of Commission.
Through its attorney, Tracy File. th?
First National Pictures, Inc., of IZ
1 Seventh avenue, yesterday waived ex
. animation in the West Side Court be
I fore Magistrate Max S. Levine on t
I complaint charging the corporation witl
, releasing duplicate motion picture fllmi
. without paying the State fee. The cor
' i poration was held for trial in Specia
) Sessions.
f ] Magistrate Levine also held the Arrov
t Exchange Corporation of 729 Seventl
' avenue for trial in Special Sessions 01
: a similar complaint. The corporatioi
I ! waived examination.
i Summonses were served on the tw<
corporations by representatives of thi
State Motion Picture Commission sev>
| eral days ago. No individual was namec
I in the summonses. The complaints wer<
made in a so-called crusade against cer
tain motion picture companies for ah
j leged failure to pay the fee required b>
the State.
Summonses charging failure to nat
the State fee will come up to-day in th?
, West Side Court against the FRinous
' Players-Lnsky Corporation and the Elk:
, Film Exchange. The Big U Film Exchange
Corporation of 1600 Broadway
which was also served with a summons
11 was held for trial in Special Session:
after a representative waived examination
in the West Side Court last Monday.
ENGLISH ACTRESS SAILING.
Mrs. Penelope Wheeler. English scI
tress and lecturer who has been giving
interpretations of ancient Greek plays
in a number of the larger schools and
colleges In the East, and public lectures
as well, sails to-day for England where
she will spend the summer. Mrs.
Wheeler plans to return to the United
States in the fail and resume her work
along even more extensive lines.
THE MOST SENSATIOI
AND ANCIENT ART C
Retiring Fr
THE OLD WOR
669 FIFTH AV
Will sell at
PUBLIC AUCTION
their entire stock, consisting of modern
and ancient pictures, Copenhagen
porcelain, /Kosln, Majollka and ttclft
ware, loth and 17th century tapestries,
singing birds, tortolec shell Roods, novI
cities, carved Ivories, amtoue snuff
boxes, Florentine candlesticks, old silverware,
flat tableware, a wonderful
collection of ship models, period furniture,
real Aubwsson tapestry covarad
chairs, piano and table covers, loose
snd mounted petit point, unusual
lamps, fancy leather goods,* rhande
; | ^aic t onauctea by rein
| DANCING AND DINING.
K>nrt?l1 Co..7;i>Wtlmv.,<l.Mat. To|.17H III Mint
T"KNICKERE
X\ Broadi
?!& ANI
Co-appearance ai
j BASIL DIIRANT and C
For The Opening of 1
SALLE DE
TUESDAY EVEN
NIGHTLY THEREAFTER
Reservations Br
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
LAM.HON. 2 ICant AOtli M.
cBHnSak. ?o w?? uta st.
HOTEL* LUCERNE. ilOl XV>?t 7?th a?.
HOTEL WILLARL. 76th St. A Weal End A*.
SATURDAY, MAY 13,
Illustrators Hold
Party Celebrating
Exhibit's Opening
Number gf Clever Groups a'id'
Drawings Displayed at
Art Center.
I
I
i A novel party was given at the Art
Center. 65 East Fifty-sixth street, last
1 evening by the members of the Society j
of Illustrators to celebrate the opening
of their "Exhibition of Playtime Stuff,"
which will continue until Saturday, May
27.
Many unusual exhibits were displayed.
Probably one of the oddest was a group
of chicken bones, stuck together with
sealing wax, representing me evolution
of mankind, from the cave period to the
present or "hooch period." These were I
' done by Malcolm Strauss. Other works '
! of art which attracted the attention of |
the guests were a number of toys made ;
by Edward Ponfleld, a picture entieled
) "An Old Man," by Charles Dana Gib|
son : a number of lifelike masks by W.
T. Benda, a model of an old ship by
Gordon Grant and u picturesque model
of a typical French market square, mod|
eled by Mrs. Helena Boyton.
During the evening fiobert E. Sherwood
presented his picture "Through j
Hollywood with Gun and Camera," 1
! which depicts the wanderings of a man 1
through the various studios in the I
' "movie city"; one of I-eJaren Hitler's '
productions entitled "The Young
I Painter," and also scenes from the Cos:
tume dancn hehl at Delmonico's, In
which many members of the organization
appeared.
Among the members of the society
1 are the Messrs Charles Dana Gibson,
; Edward Penfield, Walter Enright, J. I
Knowles Hare. Dejaren Hiller, Herb I
Roth, Willard Falrchlld, Edward Wilson,
i Clare Briggs, Fontaine Fox, R. M.
, Brinkerlioff, Harrison Cady, Charles
j Bull, Frank de S. Casey, Charles B. j
| Falls. Tony Sarg. George illian, William
Johnston. Wallace Morgan, Weber Ober- i
hardt, ' Norman Price, W. A. Rogers, |
Jack Sheridan, Frederick Strothman and
Charles D. Williams.
BURDETT-COUTTS ART
BRINGS ONLY $677,000
5a/e Was Lxpected to fass
Million Total.
Special Cable to Thb New Yobk Hrtiaid.
[ Copyright, 1922, by Tub New York Heraid.
Sfw York Hernlrl Bureau. )
Undon. May l'i. (
The sale of the famous Burdett-Coutts
art collection ended to-day with realizition
of only a little more than half of
the sum that was expected. The total
sales amounted to $677,000. It had been
hoped that the sale would bring In more
[ than $1,000,000.
From an art viewpoint, however, the
sale was a great success, as anything
I j really good brought a high price, but
! little was paid for the things whose
I sole merit lay In the historical asso|
ciations.
> SEEKS FILM STORIES ABROAD.
- | Jesse I.. Lanky Satin To-day to
t i Meet Forrlmii Authors.
1 To try to interest more European
t authors in writing fiireetly for the
screen Jesse I.. I.asky. first vice-president
of the Famous Players-I.asky Cor'
poration. will sail to-day on the Olympic
for a five week sojourn in England,
j France, Spain. Italy, Austria and Ger'
many. He will be accompanied by Mrs.
1 I.asky and Gilbert Miller, general man1
j ager of Charles Frohman, Inc.
* I Air. uasKy win mcei \ utiue diaku
! Ibanez, author of "The Four Horsemen
1 j of the Apocalypse," In Madrid and dis!
j cuss the detail;) of the Paramount pic'
| ture, "Blood and Sand," starring Rodolph
1 Valentino, which is now being made
from Ibanez's book and play.
Among the authors whom Mr. La sky
is going to confer with are Sir Janies
' M. Barrie. Arnold Bennett, Edward
Knoblock, Joseph Conrad. Robert Hlch
ens and Rudyard Kipling in England ;
! Andre Rivorie and Henri Duvernois In
i France; Melcholr Lengyel in Germany,
i Arthur Schnitzler and Ernest Klein In
Austria. Ferenc Molnar and Andress
i Nagy in Hungary, Ibanez and Martinez
j Sierra in Spain and Dario Niccodemi,
Gina Rocca and Enrico Scrretta in Italy.
An effort will be made to bring some of
them here to w rite for the screen.
Mr. Lasky was guest of honor at a
luncheon given at Delmontco's yesterday
by Adolph Zukor, president of the com|
pany. There were twentv-six guests,
| including Felix Kahn, Gilbert Miller
| unu nuiu iur*eiiicni.
ARCHITECTS RACK SAGE PL AX.
I The Architectural League of New
York in a resolution pasaed at the executive
meeting held yesterday expressed
its approval of the organized
plan for New York city and i s environs
as outlined by the Itussell Sage Foundation.
VAL SALE OF MODERN
lOODS IN NEW YORK
om Business
:LD ARTS, INC.,
E? AT 53D ST.
Iters, enamel silver ware In great variety,
ladles' toilet sets, cushions, chasubles,
paintings by the following
artists: Lorehz, Kaspa rides. Hoffman.
Janesch, Augirstln, Kramer, Weberfulop.
Ttvo real ancient Hnurglgnon. a
real Von Huysen. tthtnese porcelains,
ship models, miniature*. suit cases, jailstrees,
beaded bags, cigarette holders,
fine wood carvings, jewelry, picture
frames, rugs, walking sticks, umbrellas
and ."5(1 pieces of silver from the Duke
of Norfolk's collection.
Sale starts to day at 2 .10 P. M. and
to continue dally until sold. Open for
Inapectlon dally 10 A. M. until noon.
t A. Wiener, Auctioneer
DANCING AND DINING.
Kendall Co . 72t??ith av.. 42d St. T?l. 537ftBryant '
t A Ai# ^tataa a t
lUUKtK unlLL
ivay and 42nd St.
VOUNCES THE
nd Exclusive Engagement of
iONSTANCE BENNETT
rhe New Supper Room
: LA LUNE
ING MAY 16TH
AT DINNER AND SUPPER
yant 1846-2138. _ j ;
???" 1 i 1
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS
Aucfrows
1/ famous Restaurant
I4tbJt-t)2ar Tourtb-flue.
UOTBI. THERESA,
| 124TH TO 12STH BT8. AND 7TH AV.
1922. \
ISADORA DUNCAN
FLIES TO BERLlljl
Dancer, Recently Married to
Poet, on Honeymoon.
Beri.ix, Slay 12.?Isadora Duncan, the
dancer, arrived here to-day from Moscow
in airplane.
A dispatch from Moscow May 10 said
the dancer and her twenty-seven-yearold
poet husband, to whom she was married
recently, w e to leave .that night
for Berlin on an airplane honeymoon
trip.
in a cablegram to S. Hurok, her |
American concert manager. Mine. Yes- ;
scnin, to give the dancer her new name,
said tha!t midway on their journey they
encountered a snowstorm, accompanted
by a violent wind that almost drove |
their airplane to the ground. But they
came through it unharmed.
THEATER OWNERS ASK
LOWER FILM RENTALS
Want Conference With Will
Hays's Organization.
Washington-, May 12.?The Motion
Picture Theatre Owners of America. ;
through a resolution adopted at their
convention, here to-day, directed their
officers to arrange if possible within
thirty days a conference with the producers'
organisation headed by Will H.
Hays and with other producers and distributors
to cor aider a reduction <>f film '
rentals and make such other an a use- 1
meivts "as will render the business
activities of the motion picture industry
more equitable and fair."
MRS. COLFORD WINS TAX SUIT.
Mrs. Cathleen Colford was enabled
>osterday to reduce her 1915 tax sssetsmrnt
in Xew York from a basis of
$1,000,000 property valuation to one of
$11,500. She told Justice Delehanty that
at the time of the assessment, wli.it
she was Mrs. Reginald C. Vanderbilt. :
she was a resident of Newport and ha.1 '
only small bank deposits in this juris-!
diction.
Mrs. Belmont Tiffany of 67 East j
Ninety-second street received permis- ,
sion to reopen the default which the j
city took against her for $110 unpaid i
personal taxes. Site said that when
she was assessed in 1909 in Richmondit
was on a basis of $1X),000. when hf-r j
personal property in liiat borough was ,
AMUSEMENTS.
'Sias-'"? ??""AMERICA'S FORBMO
WINTER GARDEN VIVMXI-E"yioi?o:
EDDIE CANTOR ix "MAKE IT SNAPPY"
With XAN HALPKK1X.
AO^TT Tnvarre vesr ?? C.^AY>
"VW S a, Phone Circle 3826. Eves. 8:30.
MATINF.ES HI-DAI and Tl'KSI?4V.
If ANnFRrfll T I'HKATKK. W. (8th St.
UnnULnoiL I ,.; vs H ,A- NIts Wed.ASat.2 :45
MA 1INEE TO-DAY 2:45
panny Hawthorn" LX'
HIMILK WAKES)
ORCH. SEATS ,.Kim;^AN-,.ES S2
IfTAD Thea., 45th 4 B'way. Eves. 8:30.
I AelVII Matinees To-day A Wed.. 2:30.
^ - BRONX EXPRESS
! Eves. 8:30. .Mat* P|UJFnVw^i 4lsl St.
I T, d?v< Thii.2:30"*?",tuI Tel. Hry. .'.104.
miln rrrrsriw i c \
I* i a ]||a1111 SM g 11.1 il 11
EUGENE O'NEILL'S
"THE HAIRY APE"
Plymouth W.4Sih. Ems. 8:45,
Matinees Today & 7hursdau 2:45
Dl mil The*.. 45th St.W.of Bway. Ev?.8:30.
DIUUU \t ... Today A Wednesday t 10^
? DOVER ROAD
By A. A. MII.N'K. with PUIt rUCDDV
Oir.of Oulhrie MK Iinii'- vrlWO. CrlCnn I
onnTU est *Ma .11 hvi. h h>.
/DUUin Mi?. lodsj i Woii M),
Milne's New Comedy?THK
IK? BLAYDS
W ith O. P. HKC.CIK una
ALKXWIIKA CARI.ISLE
' PI AVUAIKP w. Asth st. i:vs. 8 -to. i
rLHinUUJC. Mts Today 4 Wed 2.M.\
"UP THE LADDER" |
MAT. IO-IIW. ::i(i."
WW t. AltttK K li.iU
n a?T frwyut vewk "ma1 A
nfa^B)lr> K lltiW Altll 4 EIIIEI.I.V
Lil Vufal I.AKK, l)ih?k) & Mlt^, ^ully &
rii|fi|l|| .liui|hl?tn. Senator** Murphy.
A iirrfn A O'Brlfn, t?o*lrr Si
I iishi llan?s llolirrl A < ?.. otli*.
crarnv ERA GORDON
CaUlUfl n 'The Good Provider'
trtiAVO >'?l StTUKMB VAt'OKVU.l.K.
pSZZZZZZZKiidir <ati 4 Co., Coogari 4
nrnycip 'a-?y, N'ola SI. Claire Co., Jean
PT'lllPIH I n i i ? otliH
IPHTfHSl ETHEL CI. \ VI ON in
HA* VSVtJ eypK THK 1>KKKNSE."
IP IJIB H; km-is A DOOV. I I Clifford.
Ilfifll^^Slinrript Ki-mprl ? l?., i'.iri;u ??
ir^JllPlliVli.iP
BSTTT^yI <n(l V K IIA noanov In
< ? "VtM?TII|.: HOOD l'l?o\I III-. II."
To-day, 1 to 11 P. M.?Last Day
FASHION
EXPOSITION
MADISON SQ. GARDEN
dfr ART-O T^fV AT PEGU 40 1
STRilMll STRAND J
PRICES 9
IDWCRIFFITH S " 11
OWttMtV^VtOtt* J
baa DOODS OPEN AT NOON aaJ
TOWN HALL, Sunday, May 14th,
a' 8:15 P. M., Recital by Jascha and
Margaret Bourg. ARGENTINO,
THE NEW CARUSO.
PT V 7A I M irt'? ]
MA,* Avr 'The Glorious Fool'with
< K?. I llf Inu i "Imil? ! r >l I 'l\ i
TO MOTVW-WKXI.KV nARltV 111 PKNUOQ' |
r.Apuni JOHN BARRYMORE
1 nillUL "-IIKItl.lK K 1IOI.MRH"
^ K'nti ? si M CMitl'.i <-<iuiid Uicft.
I.AMT TIMtl TO-DAY.
I UNA 0i>en$ tonight
lllinM C p 1V/I JOIN THK
CONCV I9LAMO 0 1V1* on. iwkaih:
??. s. MOSU I'vr "inl t I'l f ir*. Iw.. iT?-?nt
a a || r a BETTY BLYTHE in
vhivicv -HIS WIFE'S HUSBAND"
42. n'r Opfn I) l.'i A. M.?Pop- Prion
STEEPLECHASE
SOW OPEN
PALibAu^ MVC! HARK
Ofip. tv. I.10IH *?. Frrr>. NOW OI*t."?
S'raa Clruua. Klr*work?. Rand Con?Mr:?.
goLUMBi* i^sviatorl
All himnner I CLAHh an : Mil I I.I Ol <.!
Run Show I hi "CHCCKJLES ( IMS"
KOUSSEVITSKY TO LEAD |
CINCINNATI ORCHESTRA
Receives Cable Offer to Be
Successor to Ysaye.
Sptf.al Cable to The New Yoiik Hekai.d.
Copyright, lit!, bg The N'*w Yo*k I la a to.
New Yiirk Herald Kurrau. )
I'llrls, Ms> 12. |
Serge Kou.snevitsky ha? received a
cable from the manager of the Clncin
f~
A Natural
Spring Tonic
II cAliberal
I a natural a
Ifl way to tone
/I Especially e
1IH 4UA T a r niiTH
I Hi LI IK? J cru i tro
[ll should drink <
// daily.
// cAnd io make cer
Jill and xvholesameness or
/|/ Grade A.
I BOi
? Farm I
II ' C(
AMUSEMENTS.
st theatres and hits, direction of l
CriJTIIRV ' >>' > Ont. l arkW.Iivs S"-'0 I
' Un T Mats. Today A Wivlnraday.
Tmm KosIh.Jii".Barton.Marlon Crcon 111 1
The ROSE of STAMBOUL
^MIIRPRT Then. U.W.ofRv. Kv.8.30.
4nUDC.ni Mais. Today & Wod. 2:20.
FRANCES | TAYLOR vj?^.P.i THE HOTEL
WHITE | HOLMESj om.yjv MOuat |
norrkiu/iru Vllltiee Ttaea.. 7th Ave.A 4th St.
UKLtnmon Evs.8;fO M 1.8.To-day & Thurs.
r'o?Th;ss^wty "BILLETED"
PRINCESS v 30~ST FtTZ OS79
T"RED GERANIUM
JiMATS. TODAY A WED. 8g j
/I A'I H fT The*.. W. of B'wav. Eves. 8:3").
W J,? Mats. Totlav & Tfiurn. a to
THE blushing brips
NORABflYBMiM?y^ed.
P.'NrH.-s MO N T MA RTRE
11 SULK VN THEATRE. W. VJ St."1
BARNEY iiERNARD and
ALEXANDER CARR in
a now remedy
PARTNERS AGAIN"
I TyMontarnetlam&JulesFrkertC lootlman
' Prices Ev.Sa.AO.Mt.Today$2. NoHUher
| VDir 471(1 St.. W. of H way. Eves. 8:30
LI ill v Matinees t oday V Wed. :: t'l
[EsmEEns i
I no tiest nuihai t otntsly In Town
MATIONAI^
A'yi i'nw 4Ut ST.. W. of B Y.
Bry. 1564. Eva. 8:30.
M?l?. Today & WedIfiiEIEi^ixvTn
I/IOTU CT Thmtn*. Mai- 'Iinlay
loin 31. Kvs. 8:10 .V Thurvlay
I The N EST ":'V vi-J,"'
\l\l
UK r^9 * IJ LTON j
GET J 4?ih st w 0rir.?iy I
A" Cfl Maty. Wirt. A flat. I
KB W YORK'S LEADING T H
CUDIDP B'aay A 40 St. KveninrisriO
InC. Maun.-r. Tn-riay A Wed. 2 2<>.
\l.l. M tTIXKKM HR* I Si: VIS flj.0.1.
"DORIS KEANE "'r'"
'THE CZARINA'"
I IRPRTY WKB1 I2d ST. Kv*. at *20.
klDC.ni 1 Ma(. I o <|a\ A \\ .-.I 2 20
&lADlES!8rag
rrn^TL lyceum-sasae
nrI irrn Writ 111h St. Kvonlns* ? -'O
DC Ut)w Matinee*To-day h Thur?.2 20.
"MIm I'lrlr'a prrtwmuKf 111 KIWI I*
the mo?t Onlahrd plnf of acting of the
ifanon."?HerwooU ISrntin
DAVIO HKI.A8<"0 I'rewnt*
| ENORE IIIRIfASKlKI
Good Morninc Dearie
Muj?ip?U'omwly|'| ADC flvtH.h 2.) Mu
thi V^vPll l'?wj \ \V?mI
EARL CARROLL ,
Jo^roli f jiwtliorn in*! I.IIII.im I i>rnln'? ;1,
l = !* != Mb *
t.KO.PftUAM THE. X'I'KK. H'wav. t.i
M l?Un?n |.?p \|al To rl?\
i^\vkwr\rwm'nmm
| > \ >l (I. Ilthaiv
HARRIS W-?.lAt. "A HUGE ?CIV
m?"to^r ''\?r7. ' success" _ jia
cort ? wallace el
Mfttltwr* I'll day A In ttTADTAIM
u.iim-vi.n j in tr?ri?in
music box moim. ???|
W. 4fith at. Kvn. 8 I ? ,,V,<I,N * , ,
t I u,. ,.,11-n William ? nlllrr. Hop
*lrlr|thntj< Hryantl t<0 I (v> *?n? \\,
Mat*. Today A Wed. licil niuaic at;
Theatres Under Direct
CRITERION
The Sensatii
MISSING I
Adapted I u Jacques Feyder from F
A METRO SU1
RIVOI i GI ORIV SWANSON
,? ?av in "BEYOND THE ROCKS"
Bt to ?t. It voll Coin ?rt Oi lieit-a
>
4 + 9
natl Orchestra offering him the Joaitlon
of conductor. to succeed Kugen Ysay.
It is understood he will accept. He is
one of the conductor." of the Paris Opera,
anti also Is conducting a aeries of Russian
concerts here which have attracted
much attention.
In anticipation of going to London
Monday to conduct the Russian series
there, Koussevltsky to-day insured his
left arm for 1.000,000 francs. The Paris
papers compare this with the insurance
of 200.000 on Fritz Kreisler's hands.
m ##
diet of milk is jj
nd effective fj
the system. H
it this time of If
ry person ff
j full quart If
tain of its buritySI
-dor Borden's mm
Ft. DENS
Yodlicts Cojnc.
^rtlandt 7961
mi
AMUSEMENTS.
EE* J. .1.
Marr.P Fllirtt,<Tboa..39th.nr.By. F.ves.8 30.
irnu.nc c.if ill Svntinec Today * Wed.. 2:30.
Marjorie RAM BEAU m THE GOLDFISH
With WILTON LACKATK.
Ambassador
"BLOSSOM TIME"
RIT7 Theatre West 48th St. Cvn 8:30.
Mate Today* Wednesday 2:30.
The ADVERTISING ofKATE
I flNftAPRF Wrs< 4?'h s' Eve*. 8:23.
LUnUHtne MaUt.TO-DA.rfc Wed. 3:23
ETHEL LEVEY The
Musical r.i,||. llfinuinnil
Comedy Different ?ith tSISIIB iflBnUUU
Brondliurst. t tSi K\ 8:2i>. M U Today* Thu.
3th Mh> I II. TlIK SlCSK AI. I HlI'MPH
M A R JO LA I N E
a R r I MONTW 48.Bry.48. Evs.8:3J
A Bttmuni M? Today. 2*0
I rem li I hea.Co. 1st time in French
H "LA BELLE AVENTURE"
Monday K E M P Y <;rant Mitchell
M OPOS C O ttcVtWB
THE BEST MYSTEQY PLA>^^T0WNI
prpilRI lf?Thea..43dM.. W oTR wh.
ntrUOLH/Kv,s !() Mi-.Wed.* >?t.2 30
rci timiscwkht ?SI?ST. evks. 8:ot.?
I tLI IIIUfcM,,,. >V?| * Wat, -' 'itl I
little .i? lht v
thea. The I Yeai i
\\<-t I4ih M. Ma'a. To-d.y A W . . U9
EATRE8 AND SUCCESSES
NEW AMSTERDAM
(iKo. 'I. HOOD prcwnis
RUSSIAN GRAND OPERA
Klin) >111. "Itemon" with Nina
l??e.het?. I'll ma Donna Cbiiaao Opera (Is.
TON Kill I 'SnegiTonrhha' Snow Maiden;
Hep Week. May 15: Alon , "Kuiceit On?alii":
Tuea.. "Demon"; Wed.. "Tsar'*
Hrlde"; Thura., "Sneanrourlika": Fri.
"Plqre Home"; Sol Mar. "I.men
Hnealn": ?ni Vjirht "Itnri* ( oi'dnnoT."
CDA7PP WrM 42 St. Kveglnp at ?:ai.
rnMttt Mat- To-day A Wed 1 20.
THE NIGHT CALL"
HVMOK. w. 44 St 4th MONTH
Mat*. To-day & Wed. ** " .
M RUBICON!
" VHH.KT HKMIXfi,
SI .MtSIl M 41.1., bet. H way *<\l? W
SHUFFLE ALONG ^
Have 4 oil Seen MIITH SFKNC FR?
Knickerbocker. H way. 38th St.
Vt s 3d I Hit Mat. To-day 2.30
t?TBULLDOG DRUMMONO
e With* i Matthew* L**t2Tim?
^ACAIETT^r^: Las! ' Times
'?<ss?s3mskb
SJSiW^HSB3?
CAST or OOHAN COMEDIANS
"771 rac ?
liLilJcR LOVE"
DDiNGER and MARY NASH
APPI FJATk" * Srw t'omedy by
WrrLUHbh Walter HaekeH
USIC BOX REVUE"
pin* M(x)rr, Wilda Hennett. loaeph Santley,
ird. many ..ther? Sta*ed by Haaaard Short,
tow ever mala tn America."?-Olobe.
ion of Hugo Riesenfeld^^^^mmmm^
IBway at I Beginning Today j
44th St. at 2 P. M.
on of Paris
IUSBANDS
ierre Bcnoit'a Novel "L'ATLANTIDE"
PER-SPECIAL
R I ALTO "THF BfcAl'TY SHOP
r, w||h Ravmond Hitchcoc*Kamoiit
Rlalto Orcheitra
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