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The evening world. (New York, N.Y.) 1887-1931, November 03, 1922, Image 13

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n 33 Ti Screenings By DON ALLEN FILMERICK. fine actor named Voiin, Whose smile almost moug. !H'otifd the, air like Theodore bear TVhcn Mary just yavc him hoitg. PHIL UMM SAYS. J \Ono o' the' ilea' inoiu sublines lever written Is \Tlic 12nd.\ '.5 ft 'A mo tie; 7iis roi In a a GOOD IDEA. William l'\ox lins the lish- Idea. Vn !.. I.. .1... i uiuuy, ninny uiui'b in mu Jiatil, JiOVlo pr i 'com have lloortod tho TOrcets In 1. ..nt of their liemHrM Mtli , (,'larlng-- , rarlnt;, HiirliiK IK-lit- s no that Jjnovla cumera men could slimit notables uh thc walki'd Into Iho theatres on opening nirrntH. Llko stills nbont a lUhthousc, thousand upon tliousunila of euilous j folks jaiutned tlm lobbies and the kdjaccnt ntrecti, inaklnir It a ease jbf flght on the part of the folkn vlio srcoiiy waniru i pmor uio incline'. Last night .it tSs Uth Stirr-- l (aJheatrc. where- - Mr. I'ov iiivxr-ntt'e- l Wor tho tlrst time: \Tho VIIIhko vriuvnoill III. lii. M- mil iiu \.ft f!1lhlM nn.l llilnr-,- 1 tvi.nt iilnMi? !is fimnndi nrt lhnv ulimilil nl n Mill'.. , \Wo aro working alonp tho plan JJthat We are pivhm tlm nhow inside tand not outsl.le thr theatre,\ said ?Vi rcprcsentatuc of Mr. Fo, ycator-I'la- y. We. for onn, will firlso and wive ' .three lusty cheoru for both Jlr. Kox 1 and his safe and sane movie- - opening idea. OH! ' l?aul Terry, the. fable eartocnl?t, lloVcs children. Children seem to love PAul. Ho Hint's that! ' Anyway, Paul has a nephew who is ''about ha' pas' seven when It comes 'iltoj URC. L (On Hallowe'en the artist tool; a biff Jfcksket of r. nit to friend newy, but flRjfpre glvins it to hhn thr.titflit he'd V. out hts knowledge a bit ''If you already had tlvo apples and T rai'n , civ nr.,-- I ii'ntilil o,i - navev ue askra. \I know what I'd have tin' YOIT t'lcnnw wlint I'd li;ive' 11.iMtul li:ir! fltnn klrllet. \In 1 the ilne.tor M'nnlil e.ill If sound ,i .. ...... ... 41 il DWI1U llliiu) II i. iMiaiiltl I I ill 1 lull I IVIIICIIIIII, IJII1 It .MIUIU Ubliy JVI i mucn: if. RAY HE'S PETVED. Uaymond Helton Isn't at all in HBnnpalIiy witn .i new eeiicl just, is Jlnued by Mrs. Hutton. It seems an Itavmunil tells it on himself that recently ho was ns slirnctl to play a butler (n \Tho Hot loniol.\ and while Imtllnir was a uev soi t of a job for tho famou.i characlei man, he went at it with a will. Now, iitfalji according to himself, hr Is confrontetl with t lie dally Job of liutlltiK all over the Hatton home. \You played that butle r so well on the Hereon,\ announced Mrs. II., \that I dismissed our second man, and henceforth you will tuke his place.\ NoW, BETTY. Ttettv Hlvlhn has been busier than a palsied man drawing a straight line for the past few elns muKinjr per- sonal uPnearanees In many New ork and Urooklyn theatres. Tired out after her ninny lams io movie fans, Miss Wythe simply can-n- ot help smiling at ono rather aed inovirlte who accosted her on KUlton Street, nrooklyn, yesterday. \Are YOU 'leally Hetty Rlythe?\ asked the woman. \1 sine am!\ answered the actress. \Well.\ muttered the woman, evi- dently nonplussed, \I'd never kne you In clothes.\ ALLAN IS SHY. ATot Alton Divan, the .big dlractor, ngnln last night. Wo congratulated him for being the only movie director s ever met who overlooked a cnanee In make a speech (which Divan did at the opening of \llobln Hood. ) \That's nothing,\ h'' slamnured. Hut to change the subject. 1 was lust wind-Jammi- with a bunch of directors and found that most of them favored Independent direction that is, most 01 meiii sam ine u uuiiui bo directing a picture) of their own than for some one else. I do not tierce. I think a director woiltlng for hlmtelt Is loo much engrossed with the business find llnancl.il end of the picture to pay enough attention to the direction!\ \Why don't you use that for a little speech?\ wo suggested. \f .can't speak. I'm only a STATIC. Actual shooting has started at tho Whitman Itennetl Studio', Yonkers. on \Tho House of Solomon,\ a film that will carry sonic \Iluinoiesriue\ atmosphere. Although the Kenna fen poiation, producers oX Madge Kennedy's pic- tures, have purchased seveial popular costume stories for the star, an- nouncement was made yeterdny that her first release, \The IMrple High- way.'' would be a mnder'i story. George llackathorne, the screen character man, hus Joniid the ranks of scenario wt iters. His number on the roster Is 100,099. 712. Kenneth Webb, the director, tells u.s that he and his bmther aro hard at Work writing two vamli-vili- at-- . He al.-i'.i- lia\ tuo to his c i\ilit. lie does i THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1922. Mils ns n sort of vncallon between pictures. Mary Alden, cf \A Woman's Woman,\ sympathized ivlth us yester- day and told us she, tee, had once been u newspaper wrltr. Sho still writes, but only as n slde'tne. Wnldemnr Young, who ndaplrd Joseph Herpesheimer's Mavi Head,\ ' $ has been commuting between tjio Paramount tudlos tin Long Island and t'alcm , Mass., whero most of the exteriors have been ta'ee n Now they aro advertising (leorgo Arllss In \Tho Man Who I'laved Ood\ by Miying \It'H the .inly film ever made a villain.'' Homeono told I.oti Cheney n sad. METROPOLITAN FOOTUALLSCHEDULE for TOMORROW N. Y. U, v. Trinity At Ohio Field Lafayette vs. W. & J. At Polo Grounds , C.C.N.Y. vs. N.Y. ARncultural At Lewisohn Stadium Fordham'vs. Springfield At Fordham We McCreery Men's Shop MEN'S ALL-LEATHE- R\ SHOES At this lowered price we are featuring a new Fall Shoe in Tan or Black Calfskin. It is a medium toe model with small perforations in the tip Which lend an added touch of smartness. All sizes. 5th AVENUE without James McGrsery & Co. SECOND FLOOR aw 3Sth STREET ' ' \ I tailored I .\N I k?dlkn onJJaiTiv Ceiiteineri I I 4&) . a yM Mj Fifth I I Grenoble, j \Vr' A Sale of Kid I Colors . costume, I j with J X. rp comhinations a I ' ' 5\:;s endless. t Leiitemeri ilSlik. I Exquisitely and f1\ UH possible with I I 5? I 1 i , 1 finest-giaine- d Kidskin CO II 1 French Nationala v I well and f y 1.65 400 Fifth W I YorkPhiladelphia assortment Grenoble, II II II At Ceiitemeri's 400 5.85 it stoty yesterday,- - thinking, no doubt, Lon would some or ills inmoti.i L.011 laugheil. Kianklo wires that he has al- most \HoMn Junior.\ I'ola Negri, we hear by wlro, with with to Mnry bungalow room en tho Warren added to east of \lllack being Dorothy Ualton on Lbug Island. Franklin Simon & Co. Boys' Shops Boys' All Wool Western Lumberjack Mackinaws $10.50 Qcnuine $1430 Quality The kind they wear in the Western 0 lumber camps the kind that's kind the wearer tailored in all-wo- ol plain mixtures and colorful plaids and practically a standard $14.50 value in the nation's shops. Sizes 8 18 years Polo Cloth Caps - 2.00 right thing with Mackinaws. Tans, browns, gfeen heathers. Individual Shops Floor Simon &Cb. Fifth Avenue, and 38th Sts. CHILDREN'S HAIRCUTTING SHOP-F- tth Floor Twenty ... .5 II Willi the atlvcut of fum ami I the new costume A sale of tliousaml.s of jit&r& i,i5 yyr I gloves, includiii\ an y fS entire line of .salesmen's jfi \B yr ( ) samples IjlOVCS f? A II price of aliotit II one-thir- d to one-hal- f of V 1.65 400 Ave. Iiicumnlete astorlmcnla York Philadelphia I out nil sisrs France French Gloves Thirty :' A color for every shades of colors II choice! aimos, j H even true II W to tone only lirp C tlic VXVF V S II I of the 1 H come see! i!i Ave. I jYcio Jncomnlrto Franco out all rlJv sad that register emotions. JJut jusi Leo finished Hood has to to Boys' franklin Styles Arm fizc.i One and Two Clasp WrisNlcneth essential to the complete wardrobe for the new sleeve etylcs Made bv Centcmeri in (irenoble untl linislu'd tlm-- e marvelous emlireiideries of tlic f lenti'ineri needleeraftrr -- Some \seconds\ (but Centemeri \seconds\) the majority fresh, perfect, ftainliird Centemeri epiulilv 1.65 Incomplete attortmcntt but alt sixes fallen\ heir Plckford's old dressing west conM. Cook 1ms been tho Fury,\ now made by The grays or Fifth 37th At iloves. plovc Centemeri Gloves 400 Fifth Ave. Xctc York Philadelphia Grenoble, Franco Fifth Avt. near 37th St. Lambert Bros. Diamond Engagement Rings $25 $300 $500 $1,100 $600 $400 $200 Other Diamond Engagement Rings, $25 to $3,500 Wedding Rings After Wedding Ring xTjEiHSjIIIiJkv tlic Engagement the $& VH!Si V5 J Wedding. \OSSSSSniSfcZ pi,jn Lambert Engagement Platinum $4.50 up on(' Wedding Rings are lOdUmondi, $100tip $5,00 uo Famous. Diamond Paved, $125 up. They All Come Back MQRE than 25,000 families moved from one apartment to another in New York City at the beginning of October. The interesting point about this, from the jewelcraft point of view, is that old Lambert customers always return to Third Avenue and Fifty-eight- h Street for their quality jewelry She Will Like These creen gold platinum aced lavalliere set with I dia- mond. $52.00 Others in gold, $4 up. With dia- mond, $12 up Platinum lop and void hack-- . green gold bar pin. pierced and engraved, act with Amethyst . $9.50 Set v.ith fine Sapphire $12.C0 Other bar pins . . 46.00 to $3,500 green gold brooch, platinum top, engraved and pierced: one fine dia- mond $05.00 Other diamond brooches. $15 to $3,500 platinum $30 with diamond, green gold flexible bracelet, pierced and engine $20 up. turned, set S sapphires. $40.00 All plitinum Other flexible bracelets, without stones, $14.00 up: with and diamonds,, amethysts, sapphires, etc., $32.00 up; with diamonds, $90 up. $60.00 up. And they don't all return to Lambert r rl i u lines connive to get them there quickly and comfortably. They return to Lambert Brothers' primarily because they know from long experience that at Lambert Brothers' they are able to get quality jewelry at reasonable prices. They know that Lambert Brothers personally select their dia- monds abroad, import them direct and mount them in their own factory on the premises. They know that Lambert Brothers handle only the best in jewelry at prices that are right. He Will Like These green gold scarf pin, platinum faced, carved, set with fine diamond, $22.00 Immense stock of gold scarf pins, with col- ored stones, $3.50 to $20.00. green gold cuff links, engraed edge, plain centre for mono-tra- Per pair, $14.50 Other cuff links. $5.50 per pair, up green gold faced lavalliere set with one diamond, with Man's fancy Kreen gold ring, fine diamond, set in plat- inum $800 Heavy green gold signet ring, with I applied letters, com- plete .... $33.50 Plitinum and fine diamond scarf pin. with engraved band, v gold stem. . $60 Lambert Brothers carry nil the standard makes of watches Hamilton, Wnlthrtm, Elgin in 14-ka- rat gold or gold-fille- d cases. ,rThey also carry a full line of wrist watches, of the best makes, for women. Man's heavy 14. karat gold open face case, newest model, 17 jew'll'd Wal-tha- Hamilton or Elgin move- ment $60.00 Other Watthams in gold cues $36.00 up Others in gold filled cases... $16.50 The Lambert Store Is Open From 9 A.M. to 6 P. M. Third Avenue Corner of 58th Street 1 ,ai

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