Smashing of Mondell-Fordney
Campbell Rule Means Bet
ter Team Work.
Sprrtal Dispatch to Tub New Youc Hmulb.
N>?- York llrnild Burratl. )
n'ii?hii)(ti>n, l>- An*. 3. (
TJxit the famous Mondell-Fprdney
Ctfmpbell machine In the IIcAisc. En
ters "Nick" Long worth (Ohio) as po
tential Republican leader of the House.
That In brief explains the coorfplete
turnover in the control of the next
House, provided the Republicans retain
control, which is more than probable,
but with a reduced majority.
Advocacy of the tariff and the bonus
'bills is a biir factor In the crushing
of the Mondell-Fordney-Campbcll ma
chine. It is true that Representative
Mondell, Republican door leader, is vol
untarily running for the Senate in Wy
oming against Senator Kendiick, and
Representative Fordney (Mich.), chair
man of the Ways anil Means Committee,
decided not to be a candidate for re
election. But there is a deep seated
belief at the Capitol that Mr. Fordney
saw the handwriting on the wall and
realized that he was "In" for a severe
rebuke by his constituents for his sup
port of the exorbitant tariff and the
bonus. Rather than be thus repudiated,
Mr. Fordney decided to step down and
The defeate of Representative Philip
Campbell (Kan.), chairman of the
Rules Committee, is attributed almost
solely to his support of the bonus bill
find his high handed tactics in making
"pet" legislation privileged while block
ing measures objectionable to him and
This trio has been at odds with Pres
ident Harding on most important is
sues which have come up during the
present session of Congress. Among
other things they ignored the President's
wishes concerning the bonus bill and
blocked his efforts to have the ship euu
sldy bill voted upon early.
Representative Mondell will probably
be succeeded by Representative Ixnig
worth as floor leader. It is believed
that Mr. Ix>ngworth will be more friend
ly to the Administration than Mr. Mon
Mr. Lrfingworth's chief contender for
the floor leadership would have been
Representative Campbell, who has been
eliminated. Of course there is the pos
sibility that Mr. Longworth will not
! be returned by liis Cincinnati conatitu
ency, but everything indicatea that he
ilr. Fordney will be succeeded in all
: probability as chairman of the powerful
Ways and Meana Committee by Repre
sentative < ireen (Iowa). While Mr. Green
: trained with the Mondell-Fordney-Camp
bc'l machine, hla friends say he in
strongly inclined to support the Admin
istration and will be more susceptible to
suggestions from the White House than
! the present House leaders-.
Representative Snell (N. Y.) If In line
! to succeed Mr. Campbell as chairman of
the Rulesi Committee provided he is re
1 turned. In Hie event that Mr. ynell Id
not reelected the honor would likely
iro to Representative Krieder (Pa.) as
the next two ranking members?Roden
burg (III.), and Fesa (Ohi<j)?will not
I be members of the next House.
On the Democratic side the leaders
will be Representative Garrett (Tenn.),
and Garner (Tex.), both of whom voted
aganwt the bonus bill when It was be
! fore the House.
LAIVBS TO RESUME
Club Will Celebrate Return
of Clay M. Greene.
' The Lambs have not been "washed"
| in ten years. That lack, however, will
[ speedily be attended to. But this does
I not mean that there is any pressing
| .sanitary need for such action. It is
simply that the erstwhile annual cere
; mony of "washing" on the shores of
! Little Neck Ray is to be resumed on
Sunday, August 13. Invitations have
been sent to members of the club num
bering more th;in 1.500. and according
vo tlie responses received bv ' A. C.
Brcnvne, Shepherd, most of the leading
actors will be present. The affair Is
something along the lines of a clambake.
! The occasion for the revival of the
"washing" is the return of Clay M.
I Greene, who four years ago on his
[ seventieth birthday was given a fare
well dinner by the t.arnbs and sped on
his way to Southern California. Mr.
Greene, famous old actor playwright,
had been Shepherd of the Lambs Club
fifteen years, during the stormiest period
of the club's struggle for existence.
When It was learned that Mr. Greene
was planning to revisit New York Mr.
Browne decided to revive the almost
forgotten festivity. The ceremonies
used to be held on property at Little
Neck Ba:. owned by Mr. Greene. The
property recently parsed into th<Thands
of John Golden, who has turned It ? over
[to the club for the occasion.
Form New Compa ny
to Market Movies
Here and Abroad
International Concern Aims at
Aiding Industry Through
out the World.
William A. Brady Issued a statement
yesterday announcing the organisation
of the International Pictures of Amer
ica, Inc., for which papers have been
filed in Albany, and declaring tho new
concern may be the means of saving a
world market for American pictures in
general. The purposes of the company.
In which ilr. Brady said he was not
actively interested as yet, are stated to
be as follows:
To Bell In the United States and
Canada nothing but foreign made pic
tures, distributing them through branches
in such manner as to avoid the present
lanes of distribution, and at the same
time to find an outlet abroad for films
turned out here by independent produc
ers which have under present circum
stances small opportunity.
Mr. Brady, who was formerly director
general of world pictures, is still inter
ested In the production of films, and has
been for six years president of th?
National Association of the Motion Pic
ture Industry, made this comment on
the wider implications of the new organ
"My recent visit to Europe lias given
me unusual opportunity to size up the
situation there as retards American
films, and J may say that It is most
serious. In nil European countries of
Importance there Is pronounced resent
ment at the attitude prevailing here of
?No foreign films.' They make no allow
ance for the fact that official action has
not been taken here as yet to keep their
pictures out. They only know'that a
wall of prejudice has been raised which
makes it difficult and In some cases
impossible to market here a picture
Which has been made abroad. Unless
conditions change there will unquestion
ably be measures of retaliation. The
embargo which England has placed
within the last few days on American
actors coming Into that country to
appear tn pictures is only the forerunner
of more serious developments.
"In England, where big banking in
terests were expected soon to enter the
film business, bring about the erection
of huge cinema palaces and boom tho
Industry generally, the resentment was
marked, and the same applied to
2 u 4 ?
veo WE8T ?7TH ST
"Here it is?
Just the apartment I want"
Reaspnable price, too! Think of the endless hunting done
away with by this concise, thoroughgoing list of the avail
able apartments in the five boroughs of the city.
At a glance you can locate what you have been wearing out
shoe leather to find?and suited to your taste and pocket
book. Join the army of homeseekers who are letting thi.^
Apartment House Guide
help them in solving their; apartment hunting problems?
,You'll find it indexed for quick reference according to loca
tion, number of rooms, and yearly rental. Convenient tab
loid size. Published every Sunday through the renting sea- ?
son. Look for it with your
Kcro D ork Qfribunt
OWNERS AND AGENTS
Send in your list of vacant apartments for publication in the Tribune
Apartment House CuiJe. Give in cach case number of rooms, yearly rental,
street, number and renting agent. Corrections n>il! be made weekly. Forms
close Wednerday. Blanks for listing will be furnished on application.
France, Italy ami Germany- In the
latter country American producers were
finding that a sort of embargo is
already in effect through a rule which
prevents a man from importing more
than half the quantity of film he has
exported, thus putting the business of
getting pictures into German In German
NEW CABARET UNDER TENT
Ua in I too lale, DlnliiK Theater, I're
?enta N'ovel Attraction.
Something new in the way of caba
rcta was opened last midnight when
Bamboo Isle started business at Eighth
avenue and Fifty-seventh Htreet in the
form of New York's flirt open air.
ground floor dining theater. It Is so
close to the pavement?though inclosed
by a fence?that It might be likened to
the sidewalk cafes of Paris. It has
been established on the site of what used
to be the VaJJ Kelton Stadium, made
historic by the fact that Jack Dempsey
once trained there.
Tho tennis courts remain intact, but
the space formerly devoted to a movie
theater has been taken over by Relsen
weber's and turned Into an open air
cabaret, with a two act musical comedy
Mlached. A tent top has been placed
ever it and the sides have been left prac
tically open. It Is tastefully decorated
In bamboo style and talrfWs have been !
set around at Intervals for the diners.
Fur the inaugural bill Louis T. Rogers
presented an entertainment called "Oh '
Joy." given by colored perfortuers It
was of a piece with the shows by dusky
j:'ayers lately so popular In New York, j
NEW MUSICAL COMEDY.
I?ec and J. J. Shubert announced yes
terday that their next musical produc
tion will be "Sally, Irene and Mary,"
of which rehearsals arc already under
way. The authors of the new plect\
Kddie Dowllng and Cyrus Wood, have
taken as the ground work their con
ceptions of the three young women who
created the leading roles In the musical
comedies "Sally," "Irene" and "Mary."
It if an expansion of a vaudeville
revue seen last season. The music is
by J. Fred Coots and the lyrics by Ray
mond Klagcs. The production is being
staged by Frank Smlthson and Allan K.
Foster. The out of town opening will
take place August 21.
Film Strike Would
Affect 700 Picture
Houses in the City
Operators Say the Walkout
Will Include Most of Larger
The prediction was mode yesterday
at the headquarters of the Moving Pict
ure Machine Operators Local, 306, at
101 West Forty-fifth street, that the
strike of the operators set for Septem
ber X will affect 700 theaters in the
greater city. An official of the union
contradictod the statement or a repre
sentative of the Theater Owners Cham
ber of Commerce that the walkout would
not touch the big film theaters of Man
hattan, and asserted that on the con
trary it would Include most of the larger
"In a statement /riven out to the
rress," one of the officials of Local
306 said, "the theater owners have
claimecV that operators have asked an
advance of 10 per cent. In wages. This
is untrue. The fact Is the operators
have not yet presented a wage scale to
the employers, and the present striko
order resulted from Information which
reached union officials that a telegram
had been sent by the theater owners' or
ganization to its members informing
them that all wage scale negotiations
with the operators were at an end. This
action was taken without informing
"Theater owners further have ad
vised the press that the Issue Is not on
the wage scale question but rather the
desire of Local 306 to 'i>reak' an outlaw
union of Brooklyn not affiliated with
the American Federation of Labor.
bo> al 306 is not at all interested In the
affairs of the 'rump' union, has no con
tart with it and docs not consider it of
sufficient Importance to attempt to
At tlie office of the theater Owners
Chamber of Commerce optimism was
expressed that all the difficulties would
be settled by September 1 and that
Hiere would be no strike.
CAST FOR "MOLLY DARLING."
Moore and Megley. wlio will reopen
the Liberty Theater with their new mu
sical comedy "Molly Darling," are assein
tolinjr a cast. They have alrntdy tsn
Kaged iJaok Donohue, Marjorle Gateson,
Jay Gould and Clarence Nordstrom for
i important j>arts. Rehearsals will start
Monday at the Liberty under the supcr
I vision of Julian Mitchell.
| f v
Notes of the Stage
"Morn to Midnight," at the Kmzep Theater,
with Krank Itelcher In 'he leading role, will
go Into utter darkness this Saturday night.
On the other hand, there Is compensation
i In the thought that David Belasco will re
I Instate next week the regular Thursday
; matinee* of Ignore Ulrlc In "Klkl" In all
! their pride and glory at the Be.lasco Theater.
i John Cromwell has completed the rant of
| "Manhattan,-1* the comedy by Henry Hull and
! I,elghtoii Osmun, which he will present at
| the PlayhOuscMMi August 15. Norman Trevor,
| Hilda Kp?ng, Greta Kemble Cooper. Mary
i Blair, Albert Gran, Hubert Druce and Mar
guerite Maxwell are among those engagtd
I for the cast.
Wnlti^r WUson has been engaged ax director
j for Mghts Out," the comedy coming to the
I Vanderbllt Theater, and atlmulated by thla.
! Mr*. Henry B. Harris lia* gone ahead anil
engaged Mi.rcla Byron and William Shelley
! for tlio cast.
I Beginning to-night there will be two per
formances nightly of "Oh, Joy," Jhe musical
comedy a: famhoo Isle, starting at 7:30 and
10 r. M., j4ist like movie shows.
Members of the cast of /"Good Morning,
I'earie," at the Globe Theater, aru predicting
[ n stage career for Kllzabstli Kent, five-year
old daughter of William Kent, comedian, on
the strength of the fact that on her first
visit backstage at Wednesday's matinee her
first act was to place both feet In the resin
box, actor fashion, without appearing to
"Whispering Wires," a new play by Kate
McLaurin, came within striking distance of
New York last nlfht by opening at Asbury
When "Blossom Time" twupens at the Am
bassador Theater next Monday every mem
ber of tlie original cast will bo seen In
place, and e* en the first chorus will be on
hand -vs 1th the same smiles fixed on their
Guy Bales' Post will make his screen debut
at the Strand on Sunday, August 18, with
a film version of "The Masqueratler," In
which he tins been doing duty on tlio stage
over 2,000 times.
Oliver Morosco will put Into rehearsal im
mediately "The Hurdy Gurdy Man," a new
comedy by Le Roy Clemens and John B.
Hymer. The play is scheduled for the New
Jersey coast tryout early In September.
Then Look Forward!
There Are Many Golden Opportunities
for Real Estate Investment
. LANCE backward and marvel at the dc
velopment of New York City during the
past few decades; at fortunes made and for
tunes dissipated by second and third genera
tions. Consider the old New York names still
synonymous with great wealth. Most of their
fortunes, you will find, are firmly rooted in an
ancestor's foresight when he bought undevel
oped New York real estate.
You sigh for those golden days and the op
portunities that no longer exist.
But look forward at the giant New York
sprawling out in all directions and gathering
new reaches of open countryside into its urban
area. Faster, not slower, every year.
Excellent opportunities to buy undeveloped
Real Estate for improvement or investment in
all the boroughs of New York still exist in
Read the daily Real Estate advertisements
in The New York Herald, particularly on
Sunday. There you will find many openings
for land investment and speculation. Your op
portunity may be among those offered.
THE NEW YORK HERALD
SALES BY AUCTION. | SALES BY AUCTION.
By J E CONANT & CO. - Auctioneers
OFFICE LOWELL MASSACHUSETTS
I NPF.R AI'THORITY OK A OKCRFF OF A RRPRRRR fV BWKm iTr v iv
niNTRH T f OIRT OF THF I MTF.U STATF.M FOR THF, DISTHIPI ,,p w\, J.
*KTTN THF. SAI * OF THF. PI.XnT OF THK KOS* MaI iiIvV , nilpAMV if
?IN LOTS TO SUIT PURCHASERS -
FREE FROM ENCUMBRANCE
The property I* comparatively brand new. la on th- oppoait* km- n, ni,i
Avfnof from the main line of the Old Colony Division of tit*- N V \* 11 i u i! ?,
road. I? aeven miles from lit# Bouth Station l?o*ton. Coal and furl ' ,?m. h.' JlS-,
or by railroad track from the mines 1o Wollaston. Metropolitan Water H.Tnnlv
of Maaaarhusett* at the premiers. Keif reapertlng Independent
from atrlVe. In thirty-five year*. In all Maaaachu.etta It i* XS'i, n,7r. T
another loeatlon with *o many ainfl" family owned i,v lh.. '1,
Wollaaton lia* ' Inercacrd .",0% In population In tivclvA year*. Eleven other num. of
?!*<? and aubatantlal quality and aiirres* In Wollaston. Heventy four paaunaer tralna
between Boa ton and Wollaston dally, The r?al e.tate la In two lot. P""?*'''- train*
A remarkable lot of machine tool* and pre.lslon machine to?H and toot,
and inerl,antral equipment and .foundry equipment and forty ton* ?f iieel end
Iron and bra*" anfl metal* ami alio atock-itl-proceaa all *et forth In Hie i?
eleven himdred and thirty then descriptive lot.-all of qualify and br.ad vaHMvand
exceptionally desirable feature*. The sale will tak? place upon th.\ren*,e* r,!?rd"?
of a,IV condition of the weather on Wednesday the lrtth day and on Thursday the 17th
day of August 1IW3 commencing very promptly at half past ten oviork |? !"* foT,noon
?arh day. An llluatraled and descriptive ratah.Rue In inudti detail may he had iron
application at the office of thw Aurtlom-rs. where all loqulrle* ?mst bo made
liUWAItt) r. BARBtTrT, Truitc In Bankruptcy Ro?* Marhlne Compan;
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
1,2. 3, 4 Rooms with Baths
By Day. W*?h, Month or Y??r.
Lraitn now nrlnc madr fur Full (Krupitw;
FRANK A. rrrrt.KII. Wanawr.
TCf Rnwin dmo riyrrside.
M * M went 77TH ST.
I>rFir?Mr furnished and unfurnlMiwi
apartment*, now l?a?ln( for tho
fall at eipeelally attract!** rental*.
HUl'EL, bUCURNK, liOl W??t 7?t& ?t.
HOTK.l. WlU.AItP. 7?lh Bt. * WmI ?n<1 A*.
PA LI SAD E S PA? ?
(Ips.n'.l)iHh 't.Frrry.jo ,N>? Attraction*
fralt Hater 8arf ??t)ilns. NOW opb>.
The Servants of Relief for Incur
able Cancer, who care in their homes
for poor of all creeds, need to replace
their frame house at Hawthorne, West
chester Co., N. Y., with a fireproof
Home for 100 patients. They beg the
public to erect such a building- by vol
untary subscriptions, just as the public
erected their city Home at 71 Jackson
Street, East River, N. Y., in 1912. Their
patients are all poor. The Sister nurses
receive no pay, and do all the nursing
.and housework themselves, so that they
cannot earn money for daily expenses
or building. $200,000.00 is needed for
the erection of this fireproof house, for
which they have waited in anxiety for
21 years. Adjacent ground has been
gradually bought. ' $18,000.00 is now in
the bank, but the work should at once
be begun, and therefore with great
ardor, the Servants of Relief implore
their friend of 25 years, the public
mercy, to subscribe the full amount.
Mother M. Alphonsa Lathrop, O. S. D.,
ROSARY HILL HOME,
Hawthorne, Westchester Co., N. Y.
America'* lomniwt Tlip#tr?? mid Hit*. Direction of Lee nnd .?. J. Shubert
VAI.ESKA 81IHATT, AIH.I.I l(l)WUNI),
GKOKftlE PRICE A Superlative Cut.
AQTM tT THEATKK. W. St of Broadway.
?H7I n Jl. Evs. . :30. Mats. Wed. & Hat.
MONDAY EVE., AUG. 7TH
"l QTH CT ThtwUo. near B way.
OVin w> 1. BEGINNING
WED. EVE., AUG. 9.
JOS. M. PA1TES Announce*
By CRANE WILBUR
With a t'Mt or Distinguished Players
Wilton Lackaye McKay Morris
Frank McCormack Marguerite Riaaer
Walter James Charles W. Wallace
KEATS ON SALE MONDAY
A New Play by KATK L. MeLAVRIN.
(Based on the Saturday Evening Post Story
by Henry Leverage.)
SEATS NOW ON SALE.
SHUBFRTTh?? ^th W.or B'way. Kv*. 8:10
onuDcn I Matinee*Tom'w A \Vod. a :30.
QMAIUORII! I Tn the t'omejv C'lansic
Ka.MBEAU j The GOLDFISH
RrDIIRI IP w. 42d St. Eves. at 8:30.
ntrUDLIU Mats Wed k Sat at2:30.
ANN NICHOLS' Laughing Success.
Abie's Irish Rose
W.42 St.E v.8:30. *
The Ovren of
kf luteal Corned let
E-IBLW VN THKATKE. W. 42 Si.
#2.50. MATS. WBD. & SAT
BARNEY BERNARD and
LEXANDER CARR in?new
lomeii.v, "PARTNERS AGAIN'
RPI UnUT W.48. Bry. 0048. Evs.8:30
DCLMUn I Ml*.Tom'w a. Thurs. 2:30 |
: Dover Road^S
? SKIKON'S SMARTEST COMEDY
41st St., W. o( B'waj^
Bry. 1564. Evs. 8:30.
MTS.TOM'W & WED. 2j30.
MICHIO I TOW'S
Then. \\ .4 tth St.
Eve* fi .10
CENTRAL'^," "V ?^ONT- NOON
IMADACrA w ? 43th St. Eves. 8:80.
lYIUItUdl/U Mat!t. Wed A Hat. a: 30.
THE REST MYSTERY PLAY IN TOWN.
A Storv the Wliele Worl?* In?es.
Starring HOUSE PETERS.
I'nlversal Jcuel Pre*. Carl Lwmml?
THE RHIGKST SUCCESS IN YE\K*i
REX INGRAM'S MASTERPIECE
L Metro Production
Theatre | Twice Dailv
B'way A 45 St. I J :30. A S 10
Maid. 25c to SI. Night* 50c to St.50.
Seats Selling 4 Week* in Advance.
?WILLIAM VOX Presents*
ibr with MARY CARPL-* 0
lYDIf THEATRE W.42 ST
Iflll TWICE DAILY 250-6 30
Ullth?I50tli Time* Today?Tonight
THEATRE W. 4? ST
TWICE DAILY B-30-fl 50 I
104th?163th Times. LAST 3 WEEKS I
LYCEUM^,- NEXT TUES.
SEATS WOW ON SALE
DAVID BE LA SCO Will Present
FRANCES STARR LE^VE"
Musical Cotr*dyf!| ADC F.vs.g -23. Mat*
Sensation at eVAA'DI*
To- mo r. h Wed
Mata.Tn-inor. A Wed.
STRUT MISS J-IZZIE
RCI lern Went 41th St. Evenings S :30.
^ Mats. To-mor. A Thurs.. 2 30.
"Ml** I'lrlc's performance a* Klkl I* the
mo?t finished piece of acting of the sen
son."?Hey wood Hroun.
DAVID BGLAHOO Presents
Lenore ULRICAS KIKI
HAKKI5 NV ?,-'d H? l;v" H:;l
eiir Mts.To-mor.X. We<<
I Ml. Collier.
?^^Jon Hantlsy, Ivy Sawyer,
ICthellnd Terry, Solly Ward and
GLORIA SWAN "ON
In "Her Gilded Cage."
B'WAY AT A Paranoial Picture.
??DT1I ST. Bivoli Concert Orch-etra.
body's Going to the Wlvoll Now."
?millu LILA- Lir- aiu
tyrrrM byhni ITtblo
'in "The Bended Woman."
A Paramount Pk tvre.
Famous Rlalto Orchestra.
????The COUNTRY FLAPPER"
B'way at 61st Capitol Grand Orcftaatra.
M ARK fa HARK HALL N EI LAN'S
tranN uf?ols NR*T
B'j A 47 St. Strand Symphony Orch.
A &9th St.
ROY STEWART in
"The Heart of thr North"
and MAKY ASTOIt
In " II t? P E. "
Grand Central Palace. Ev*i. fl:S0.
Mat.. Sun., 2 go-a.ao. Ladles Tt>c. Gsa
tlaman (1. No Extra Charges.
OCEAN GROVE AUDITORIUM JB?Y.
TOMORROW MAT. & EVE., AUG. 5
SOUSA ahn,I BAND
LI eat. Com. ,lt>IIN PHILIP SOIKA. t'oml.
TWO BRAND NEW PROGRAMS.
MANY SOVKLTia*. I'rleea Mu to S3,
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