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75 Acts in Two Big
Houses To-night for
Vaudeville Artists
Benefit Performance to Be
Held at the Hippodrome
and Manhattan.
The annual benefit of the National
Vaudeville Artists will be riven at the
Hippodrome and the Manhattan Opera
House to-night, with aeventy-flve headlino
acts on the program at each house.
The players will travel back and forth
on a special automobile ranafer sys-1
tem, and each star will play both homes
In turn.
Ben Roberts, general musical director
of B. F. Keith's New York theatres, has
arranged for two orchestras of thirtyflva
men each. Pat Casey, Edward V.
Benton and William J. Sullivan will be
the stage managers. Edward V. Darling
and George Gottlieb have obtained the
acis and laid out the running order of
the programs. A feature of the benefit
will be the presence of four hundred invalid
veterans of the great war as
aucsts of the N. V. A. club. They will
he gathered In autos from the Naval
HoamtaL Brnnklvn UAunJtni
Hpuyten Duyvil, Bronx Hospital, che Public
Health Service Welfare Committee
and the Chapter 2 of the Disabled American
Veterans of the world war. The
AMUSEMENTS.
AMERICA
iCXWoRj
|s?f
hiw'fa ^HUSFMAM
CUYS^ tew/rat AAU?T
M>st deauUfui Women
tasiK
| J J
10TH MONTH
%?%%% fJt] 'UA'J
J[^Sj^syJLj|uJJ^V/^^TNUQ?SAT
^nnmtr^
mmm **??&
cat ewe* wbffr
| TH?A TftP GOtLP P0ODUC77OMS |
ll LAST WEEK!
i AfiNdLb "BfNHETTJ
ii J n co/meoy
WHAT
THE
PUBLIC
WANTS
CARRICK65^r
THU?-?T
MOVKS TO GARRICK
MON.. MAY 82.
WHO
Ife
ifUOMPAHartrtv
FUlTONiSJW
| 4
Arthur Hopkins presents
The Province town Players'
Production ot
EUGENE O'NEILL'S
H GREAT SUCCESS
"The Hairy Ape"
With LOUIS WOLHSUM
Plymouth, W. 48 St.
Evenings at 8:43.
Mats. Thurs. * Sat. >:4B
"THE MOST STRIKING PLAT
OP MANY SEASONS."
?Walter Prichard Baton.
f GREENWICH
PTES m. ~,h 'Ant. A 4th St. Evos.8.30.
Jtifi .fA Mate. There. A Sat, 8 JO.
VRM lj " '111 lifted' emerges again
y^vCl with all Its original
f . ?AB .ii.n. ?_ni.h.
" ^BlUrtid* ~ia a pMtlve
?!> * j JHIclitl"?Bv. Telegram.
f I\ t?vIt?I."?Eva. Journal.
/ M I " iUlrtd' wan performed
LX I apli>ndl?By"?Tribune.
VL^ " 'Billeted' la M refreahJBUCS^m
lag now m aver."?World
A FerfeeI CM In a Ferfect flar '
NATIONAL mm
<iay?ciwv. IHkJfl
flaky
Special Matinee Decoration Day.
' ..? t. ia-jt. .TJUL''' < " .f . \^j\s ' .*>
soldier truest* will be divided between
the Hippodrome and Manhattan Opera
House.
The following acts and artists will appear,
having signed agreements to be
present and lake part: Miss Julia Arthur,
De Lyle Alda, Eight Blue Devils,
Seven Bracks, Elizab2th Bilce, Willie
Collier, Vourtney Sisters and Band,
Creole Fashion Plate, Miss Sylvia Clark,
Cansinos, Mile. Dazie, Harlan Dixon
and Sixteen Sunshine Girls, Gus Edwards.
Four Fords, Mabel Ford Revue.
Harry Fox, Franklyn-Charlea Co..
Frisco; W. C. Flilds, Gallagher and
Shean. Hershel Meniere, Miss Clara
Howard, HoudinJ, Raymond Hitchcock.
B. C. Hilllam. Hackett and Delmar
Revue, Miss Frankle Heath, Howard
and Clark. Georgle Jessel. Kramer and
BoyD, Lee Kids, Ted Lewis and Band.
Emily Lee. George Le Malre. MlM Ethel
Levey, Jim Mc Williams, Miss Florence
Moore, Marion Morgan Dancers, Miss
Stella Mayhew, Mosconl Brothers, William
and Joe Mandel. Dave Marlon's
Veterans of Variety. Miss Alma Nlelson
and Miss Margaret Padula.
Also Bobby Pandolr Troupe. William
Rock and company, Vvette Rugel and
eompanay, Miss Rutli Roye. Pour Readings,
Miss Blanche Ping and Charles
Winnlnger, Miss Blossom SeeLsv, Miss
Fritzl Scheff. Seed and Austin, Tom
Smith, Slssle and Blake, James Thornton.
U. S. Jazz Band, Van and Schenck,
Williams and Wolfus, Miss May West
Wells, Virginia and West, Williams and
Taylor. Bert and Betty Wheels.- Miss
Anna Wheaton. Miss Peggy Wood, Ben
Welsh, Solly Ward. White Sisters, Miss
Margaret Young and "Yip, Yip, Tiphankers."
All Income from the benefit goes to
ths insurance, relief and sickness funds
of the National Vaudeville Association.
the organization of more than
12,000 members, which represents united
vaudeville on the artistic side.
AMUSEMENTS
S FOREMOST THEATRES AND
TbififreztJnusicQ^yht in Tovn
mm
VlTM
MABEL WITHEE &> THE LOCKFORDS
Steyevfy J C HUFFMAN
fmm?-* sow? **.50
8ALVATION ARMY NIGHT THURSDAY.
f "W iMlli ?a?4
uixm * aril
VbEftfifiw /
i * I ITT1 rW.44St. Eva.8:30.Mts.Wed&Sat. {[
! LI I I Lt ?BEST SKATS $2.50? , >
11 JOHN GOLDEN Presents j|
" 1?> Year
S Frank Craven's Comedy Scream<'
I' st?gedby\V INC HELL SMITH <[
MTTLKThM. Special TuM.Hiilintv, S:M7
Reginald Pole, Margaret Mower & Orig.C&st
Dostoievsky's T7l#>lF\IAT wlth
Tremendous I 11111 I ESTKLLE
Play lul" 1 WINWOOP
4TH BIG MONTH
Of tha All Star Musical Comedy
FOR
GOODNESS
SAKE
LYRIC mats
THEATRE WED. A SAT.
I AM WOT I
f M It 1W/
Balieff's C
P.. Ray"Cornstock & M
that the original p
ninth Street Theatr
more weeks, evening
matinees at 2:30, 1
only. On Monday, J
gram will be presen
are accepted now.
WILLIAM XT
Dl IVUdlltr W. 4Sth ft. Uvea. H:30.
rLfllnUUOt Mats. A Sat. 2:30.
|(p THEE^ISVinyon
"I RECOMMEND ITOS TLAY TO
THOSE WHO ASK ENTERTAINMENT."-ALA.V
DALE, AMERICAN
\ NtOADHlttST
a VfST-4-4-'-* STIJPFT
|a MATS TUURtt tr- SAT
HB ^ ^t/SSSLl JAMNtyantexta
II i w fk?W>KA _
'"ARJOLAi^
5th BIG WONTrf
- Neto Work's Most Beaut/fuZ C/hw'us
sIBasI
urrm rrmn rffir "trz\pp^~ u||P
lONCACRE/s
JraUfEl
iKiisniiiv
I 11111111
3 THE
Five Headliners <
in Vaudeville at \
* Palace Theater ]
t
Miss Bessie Clayton and Gus
Edward Head the List?
Other Acts. <
]
t
Five head liners will 11ns up In ths J
name of Keith vaudeville at the Palace i
this week. They will be Miss Bessie <
Clayton In "The Bo* Party," Gu? Edwards
and company In "A Fountain of J
Youth," Will M. Creasy and Miss ,
Blanche Dayne In "Without a Will
There's a Way," Miss Ruth Rnye In 1
songrs and W. C. Fields In "An Eoirode 1
on the Links." Others will be Powers
and Wallace. Claude Golden and Mee- J
ban's Canines.
The chiefs acts at other vaudeville
houses follow:
RIVERSIDE ? Santos and Hayes
Revue, Miss Harriet Rempel.
EIGHTY-FIRST STREET?Ed Gal- ,
lagher and A1 Shean, the photoplay ;
"Sisters." ]
LOEWS STATE?Miss Marie Stod- <
dard. Miss Alice Lake In the photoplay,
"Kisses." i
PROCTOR'S FIFTH AVENUE?Marc
McDermott, Harry Langtlon.
PROCTOR'S TWENTY-THIRD i
AMUSEMENTS. I
HITS-DIRECTION LEE & J. J. J
SP^XIME euiotts
39~*z&w_fl/s&30
MATS. WE I), ft SAT. ^
jhfM&isb
a whrwonmaye ra
and brilliant cast Including Bobt. T. Hatntm
s?nsatiqh/hjtlov?lty//.c?m?ax/?. |
M MaiHas.Q>8uRN
a*i
f* m '
I A WORTHY SUCCESSOR TO "THE
| UKTTKR 'OLE."
NORA BAYES
MONTMARTRE
The PLAY WITH A THRILL In EVERY ACT Vs
V I
Praised by Every Dramatic
Critic in New
, York ? without One jj
Dissenting Voice! A
"THE TRUTH r
ABOUT BLAYDS"
the new Comedy
by A. A. M1LNH
with
O. P. HKGGIB
and
ALEXANDRA CARLISLE
BOOTH THEATRE
Weet 4Mh St.
Evrs. 8:80?Mats.
Wed. and Sat.
NCElftENT hacve-Souris
orris Gests announce ,
rograra at the Forty- |
e win continue xnree i
;s at 8:30, with
'uesday and Saturday
une !>th, a new proted.
Mail orders
f j
mlaliy rrns'-nt* i
/llth St Thpa NR- b*wav. bvs. $:3?.
^p1 Hat.
"ONE OF THE BEST PLAYS f
IN TOWN Hti/woud Broun, World. I ! I
SHUBERT-RIVIERA ffiknWWSK:
Rvi>nlnirs 8.15. Good orch?8tra p*at* $1.00.
one week, Begin'* to-mor'w night,
ham ir ttAnnis
FRANCINE LARRIMORE
IN I
"NICE PEOPLE" >
A Comrd^r by RACHEL OROTHER3.
WEEK UfU unnftr In RRWARK OF
MAT 23 "I* nUUUC l)0?? or Doc Lo?e
M.itlnor?I'VDAY CONCERTS-Niclit.
IPS
MJtie/fiaaril <2i7Nd/Z)lr7Eywr^^VHMLi]
PfOKiStfMBin
/INWOOD mJJM
NEW YORK HERALD,
STREET?Mka Eva Fay. Bernard and
Jarry. ?
(PROCTOR'S FTFTY-EIOHTH
STREET?Leher and Mercedea, Welch,
dealey and Montrose.
PROCTOR'S ONE HUNDRED AND
rWENTY-FIFTH STREET ? Tlielma
tnd Mazle White, 8enator Murphy.
Salvation Army Night'
At Century on May 18
Lee Shubert, In addition to permitting
sollectlona In all the Shubert theatree In
Mew York during the drive of the Salvaion
Army's Home Service Appeal, has
lonated Miss Florence Parker, chairman
)f the theatrical division, the performince
of "The Rose of Stamboul" at the
Century Theater on May 18.
He has also Invited Commander EvangeIne
Booth, her staff and the entire corps
it the Salvation Army In New York to
ibtend on "Salvation Army Night."
Members of the army seldom enter
places of amusement except on an errand
of mercy or on collection duty.
Music Students' League
Has Membership ot 500
The Music Students' League, organized
j, few months ago, now has 500 members.
The league gave its first concert
an May 9 to raise money for the endow
ment fund, and the following artists appeared:
Estelle Llebllng, soprano: Arthur
Hackett, tenor; Oermalne Sohnltser,
pianist; Cornelius Van VUet. cellist,
and Walter Golde, accompanist. J.
Fletcher fihera is president and Miss
Florence Mendelssohn of the Musicians'
Club, 173 Madison avenue, Is secretary.
AMOSEMEHTS.
iHUBERT ,
&<baSth<fl
jrJL Jk
jm
?su/v? jHHBHj
S|Pir
jJONt/GENT c. ELLIOTT NUGENTcMA
CRAHT MITCHELL
8IS3IME
MADACAA West 43 St. Evs. 8:30.
nVHUdvU Mats. Wed., Sat. 2:30.
The Best Mystery Play in Town
1 \tr i Mnt. l>?-< ..ration On*. Mr* 30.
A Gay Comedy by
A. A. MILNE
with
CHARLES CHERRY
Produced by
GUTHRIE McCLINTIC
n I I n II TTTEA.. 45th, Went
D I J U U of B'wmy. Ev#.S:3d
Mat*. Wed. and Sat.. 3:30.
?BARNEY BERNARD?
and
ALEXANDER CARR
<n a new comedy
PARTNERS AGAIN
by ifontapue Glatta and
Julea Eckert Goodman
Stated by Bertram Harrteen
at the Selwvn Theatre
W. 42 St. At 1:30 Nlfhte. $2.?0
Mate Wed. A Sat. ?2. No t<i?H?r i
Buta6oY?a// I
Brnrn
TIMES $q. THEATRE. I
h a (fh+dt entertainment f I
lfANDERBILT 3S5K|
Etm. 8:45. Malt Wad. ft Sat. 2:45
SPRING SEASON
'FANNY
HAWTHORN'
(HINDUS WAKE*)
A COMEDY DRAMA
With a Distinguished Cast
ORCH. SEATS tertouma7nces S2
Mont sntortalnlng pictures on B'way."
?Tlmw,
? a^l a ^ W.42 Rf. Today at 3.
APOLLVTo nl?llt ?t
. i =M
oven to Turk Tlieati*. Col. Clrcl?, toorrow
(Monday). 4 Minos only, at V. 4, T
1 9. Prices 25c sn<1 50c.
SUNDAY, MAY 14,
AMUSEMENTS,
in Theatre* Under THro
CRIT1
BROADWAY J
The SenscU
running c
"MIS!
my
Adapted by Ja<
PEERRRBENOrrs:
Awarded t
by the Pre
A
-BATTLING T
Music Him?
RIVOI
HM over foi
GLORIA
m "Beyond
byEUh
?Inn \4 Haw Week
with RODOLF
A Paravn
BUSTER KEATON
Victoria* Krlgher?Prima !
Notovra "Aierna
RIVOLI CX)NC
Frederick StahUxrg aru
RIALT
Jack Holt \
in" NORTH oft
A Parcm
"Sawing a Lady in He
"Snub" Pollard Cor
AMPICO?'Tachalko
Muiile Film?"A
Ambr
FAMOUS RU>
Hugo Rlesenfcld and Jt
r&CAF
I dB WORLD'S largest a
9 EDWARD BOWS!
I (jOLOWYM present
^ -wun, wvku
(jolduri^
And a Typical C
Unit No. 1. CAPITC
ERNO RA
Overture "Fourth Symph
Andantino in Modo <
Unit No. 2. "MISSING Ml
Second of Robert C. I
Unit No. 3. "MOON OF M
PERSIAN GARDEN" .
Ralph Soule, Tenor
'Unit No. 4. CASSANDRA
Unit No. 5. FAMOUS CAf
LUnit No. 6. "CAPRICE VI
Mile. Gambarelli at
Violin Solo by Fredcrii
Unit No. 7. SOLO FOR FI
Andre Maquai
Unit No. 8. LATEST HY 1
"Such la t
wm 'PrcseKtAtiom I
TWO BIO fONCKKTS MNDAY, t tk I
2.02 M F. F. H A S
2 it fUlurn After Klve Successful Yea
17 C I. A I' r?
2.3? WILL M. CRESSY
In Mr. Cr#?*y'? latest skit "Win
WUth
Comedienne of Bjmconatlon. H
14
The World-Famous Donee Dlvi
BESSIE
o.ldl Fi-Mcnti a nancin* naymt. -
(} ? y-M A C
M r e r-T T. M
and tha VERS/
Aaronnon?D'All??aniln>~
. rnm Maud-r O W R R H .
J-3? In "Osnrfla
_ c?~
4 IS
In "An Epl?n
Ot'R EDWAHDH' KM
with tha Popular American COT
4.28 G U S ED >
Prwaantlnf "A FOfMTArN OF
| _____ Man ly ^F(
Rl
I
(JfcTicarta Bun.. 3 A ? P. M Week nf May 1
SANTOS ft HAYES REVUE
ROB I rtEIIHCttlCl, | AI.
rrtniRA ro. iikm.t-hf ahaa>
HARRIET REMPEL & C(
1922. |
| AMUSEMENTS.
ction of Hugo Riesenfeld fcrSSST
ERION
VND 44th STREBT
ion of Paris?
me full year
SING
(ANDS
xjoc8 Feyder from
M L'ATLANTtDF*
he Grand Prix
soch Academy
Super Special
ORCHY- Cbmedy
DANSEARABE"
II BROADWAY
I mnd 49th Street
a Second Week
SWANSON
I the Rocks"
KDR GLYN
? * and "The Orear Moment"
? VALENTINO
\ount Picture
Comedy, "The Paleface"
Ballerina Moscow Grand Opera
dro ScradeUa" Overture
ERT ORCHESTRA
l Emanate! Boer Conducting
j TIMES
SQUARE
, Bebe Daniels
be RIO GRANDE"
unmtPidurm
OP
nedy
wttky Concert*
ratitnn Duet" In Prl/.m* Cnl?r
ol?r Tlifrniai* "MlRnon" Overture
lLTO orchestra
?$cph Llttau Conducting
I S Vpaai5isrsT I
,ND FOREMOST MOTION PICTURE PtfUACE
5 MANAGING DIRECTOR. |
juliw joj&wsorr
N LANDIS dnd PATSY RUTtf MILIEU, |
in Picture J|
apitol Program with J
>L GRAND ORCHESTRA 1
.PEE, Conductor ,^2
lony" Tchaikovsky H
^anzona, Scherzo and Finale ,y
Iruce "Wilderness Tales" Series ||
Y DELIGHT" from "The r|
Lehmantt fl
, assisted by Doris Nile* y
DANCE, Thalia 7jinou (jfl
ITOL NEWS $
ENNOIS." Krcisltr (By request) kl
id Alexander Oumansky J
; Fradkin, Concert Master A
,UTE A
're of the Capitol Grand Orchestra
MAYER TRAVELAUGH
Jie in municn i^
>yrothafel nl
r * W grn tooo ooch
- ?|ff^sw
St. TCt.BHYANT4.50O *?d MOLIOft^f
? r. m. iiKtaxsixirt monhw. m\\ i.v j
'3 canines 8.02
ira Abroad?Tho Prrmlar Card Expert, a 17
F, O O T. P KJV
& blanche dayne 8.36
rhort a mu. there** a wayi
rctye ?
loldar of Tha Palaca Racord R'm? 9.00
Weka.
a In a Datalln* IMaplay of Oanlua.
clayton
rnr. hox part t," with ! 9.12
I I, F. Y?P ? a r 1
I* I. R T O N?J a m a
tTlLE SEXTETTE
Hamilton?Hyda?L*nt*--K*bn !
t w a i. i, a C k?Varnon j _ __
On Pmadway." ?.??
fields j ?
.. >h. 1.... " .10.15
I ANN1AI. RONO RKVI F.
npoinr-Prnducor-Mannar-Btar Makar.
N A R D S (nim.eif) 10.28
TOl'Tfl." *nd * "Fraah" Crop of
>und ProL^ir**.
immm
15. Copoarta Run.. 8 A * r. M. W?k of May 15.
; MR. GALLAGHER (MR.SHEAR
? KKUII A W KMTON, K.MMKTT.RYAN A
( ?.. rilA4*. IIAHKIM?N. 1 TIM I. IH?P
ra KfVH. FRANK I. v\ll>K!l * < O.,
- nHirNi ft f'l<-tnrl??(it?n of Katlilaan
J. ynrrii n famom SISTERS
_ AMUSEMENTS. j
* NEW YORK'S LEADING TH1
_ ?
EMPIRE" *
LaIILX lllii M?L W*4. A S.L 1.10
"The rao?t *ucee*<ful of the mioo'i
liinitcant role* I* that of Great
Catherine aa playcJ by
dorts r LAST 1
KEANE O
in THE " !
CZARINA L22SS21 j
The wickedent of the women In the
| Broadway theatre, the it tha leant unhappy."-*
Ptrey Hammond, Tribune |
i I ? ' - I '
Ollpmuifli ]
i M'o W I PERFORMANCE g _
1 NEXT TWOSQA/ $ 1
I tlQ^P -Mf"1- I ;
i FRENCH DOir I
a m [
iQjKgAny
B E L ASCO|"<?t TI?OKS AIX KX-j
Went 44th Pt (PJBCTATIONS, E\EN
Kva at 8-20 Mt? ,TUK WIU>E8T."-Alex-|
Thu'ra. & Sat. 2 ?nl*"d?r Woollcott, Tlmeai
Special Mat. Decoration Day, May 30th
David Bel&sco presents
Lenore Ulric
as KlKl
! I '
I ?
COHAN THEATRE ??y4
i'?V\ i'vTyi (W,:,V.v. N V' mi in i 1"
DO n ST MUSIC HAUL, bet. B'way A
n.i Cent.rark W. Tel. Col. 140fl
ww NIGHTS 8:30. MATINEE SAT.
SPECIAL MIDNIGHT PERFORMANCE
EVERT WEDNESDAY AT 11:30 P. M.
theonlv "SiiUFFLE
k,uts,,cal ALONG"
with Miller A Lylea, Bliala A Blake. i
?lp llij
a Wejt Stout
[ /?** <> m rtNN;
c^4 Sure ArtY -mm*
MATINEES - WED & .SAT. [
" " roller, nor
| SfiTT^L A Krnnrtt, Jo-rph Sonllr
Ward. Hugh Camrmn
[ oi y f1B -1 r'^ggy?? WffK
^*r Mm to. Oood Orch. Scat* r.Or i
5r\ ! Night* Good Orch. Scat* ?1 I
"Miiinp.t, Amn?ln. tlrm P
i iflr\ and .Ulagothrr r?eao.u_g I
A r marknhle presentation of up-to-date
I EXTRAVAGANZA ntwl VAUPEVILLE.
MNNIOI MHUW IN WHM
"Should hare no difficult?
keeping lite Inlutililv filled dur ,
Injf the Summer months."?Mall.
| Twice I Seats Two Wicks I Smoking
I
^ lyn
r A
ihr.
A
mhMM l.ueuy, tiens 11 U'eris m UP.. Oft. 1
btyifl VERA f lb It I Ml N in
r+IWM "Tin: conn ritinmEit"
IW^StArtl *nd SI'I'REME VAtTDEVIIA?E.
PtMiHM t'ontlr.
|' iT'PVJl Eddie Ca rr A Co., C< n an ? |
lllllBll Cnsay, Nola St. Claire C - . A ot*
Cii lUfAl KTHF.t. II.A1THS in
r?A? MM1 "Ftin THK TlEfENsE"
SSSjSSS Continuous. I to 11 I* M.
Irlll asl l^ewls A I tody, J. .T. Clifford.
|flSll|B]| Harriet Remp?l A- Co.. k uta
y V*1 VERA GORDON In
ifAOv Lt'.J "thk coon I'Rovinen"
BROOKLYN AMUSEMENTS.
'TELLER'S SHUBERT. B,??klj ')
^ Ma nees da I y for ladles - mi .. ^
; l l
BROOKLYN ACADEMYI To-morrow
OF MUSIC. Special Porf.|Ni|ht at 8.15
AID A
(/n Ifd'icn)
STIth th? T)l?tlnfiiUbrd KiiMlun Tntor
DMITRY [JOBKIN ?i nADA>trs
[ now on ?i1?. ?t to At (ptnt tuA).
11_
AMUSEMENTS.
EATRES AND SUCCESSES s
NEW AMSTERDAM
Kvea. at A. Matinee Saturday at 2.
ftVIt l"*?' "oo'J proncnta
mlM Russian 1
WJT GRAND
?\ OPERA
COMPANY OF 103 ARTISTS
ORCHESTRA & BALLET RUSSE
I.KO FEOEROEF - - DIRECTOR
KKl'KHTOIBK THIS WEEK
Iomor'w Nite, "Eugen Onegia"
with NINA KOSUKTZ.
Tu?.t "Demon;" W?d., "Tsar's Rrlds;" J
Thura.. "HnegurouchkaKri.. "PIquo
Dame;" Sat. Mat.. "Eugen Onsgln;"
Sat. Night, "Doris tioudouov."
rO-DAY?Matir.ce ar.d Night
B.F.KEITH'S
fete&ralwfJIBffiAYConcerl]
PRODIGIOUSLY PLEASING PROGRAM
TED LEWIS A HAND, lit ANKIE
IKATH, WILLIAMS A WOI-FCS. I.I I,
.IAN WALKER & CO. (screen's greatest
igenue In person) .IIARRY J. CON LEY A
O., WELLS, VIRGINIA * WEST (two
allors anil a girl). Burns A Lorraine,
lack A La Rua, others and Julius Lens
erg's Harmonists.
I IDCDTV THEATRE W. 42a4 St.
UdlKI i arte ASS
"Such nobis fooling as Oeorgs
Ads might hs?s bean proud to
sign."?Mr. Woollcott, Times
"TO THE
LADIES!"
0T Ac Authors of Delightful "DULCY"
with HELEN HAYES
and OTTO KRUGER
Dhadfsa of A. L EiUngtr 4c Coo. C Tyltrssd
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