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"La Marraine d'Escouade," the oper- etta given by the intermediary of Broussan (formerly co-director of the Opera), at the Theatre du Vaudeville, is a musical version of Les Fiancees de Rosalie, a farce played at the De- jazet last season. The Pierrots and orchestra, 50 sol- diers, disqualified from further arduous fighting and entertaining the 25th Div- sion at the front, have arrived in Lon- don on short leave. It is reported from Sydney, Australia, Ada Reeves has successfully maintained her claim in the Supreme Court over there that her husband, Wilfred Cotton, has no partnership in her theatrical in* terests. Olga Cook, the star, affects pink with her blonde beauty.A party of French soldiers, who have been adopted as "godsons" by a young woman, turn up at her parents' home to pass their fur- lough and commit all sorts of pranks, interlaced with singing and dancing. One of the group is an ecclesiastic in peace times, and has proved himself a real poilu. They are giving a series of concerts at Wigmore Hall to secure funds to provide comforts for men in the trenches, offering a capital program, in- cluding songs, serious acting, comedy, dances, sketches, burlesque, etc., all good, with several high class artists. Miss Reeves is the widely known English artist, now in Australia on a re- turn engagement. A pink satin brocade with embroidered sil- ver moons, has bustle drapery at sides and back, but a more simple frock of pink georgette worn at the closing is far more effective.MAY BE "COMMONWEALTH." Tndications Wednesday pointed that "The Grass Widow." which moved from the Liberty to the Princess Christmas night, was having pretty t^ugh sledding v.itl; the weather against thcatrcgoinjj and that arrangements were pending whereby the show would be continued on the "commonwealth" plan. The reason is that even with the reduction in prices they have been unable to attract sufficient business to meet the house rental. Sacks, the London producer, is a winner on a long shot that he took last August when he contracted with Cohan & Harris for the London rights to "Going Up." That was months be- fore the piece was produced on this side. AGENTS FACE PUNISHMENT, OVERCHARGING COMMISSIONS E. Eddie Darling is responsible for se- curing "Divorcons" for Miss Crews. Elfie Fay of "Belle of Avenue A" fame has returned from England. Myron Fagan is out as business manager of the Lady Duff Gordon act, having been succeeded by Walter Gir Tord. ACTS ON "FAVORABLE LIST." At the last meeting of the Vaude- ville Managers' Protective Association a number of acts who took part in the recent. Castle refused to have anything whatever to do with the nroject. however, went right ahead with the new build- ing, declaring Castle in for his pro- portionate share. Theatrical interests of New York were concerned in the appointment of John F. Theatrical labor bodies sent commit- tees to Mayor Hylan prior to his tak- ing office and recommended Peter J. Brady, who is secretary of the Allied Printing Trades, was appointed Super- visor of City Record, however. And what the brain requires the theatre gives — change of thought, relaxation, the real rest that makes the brain better fit for work next day. He deserves from the public the generous response that he always gives to the public. Schacfer began a search of steamship time tables for Cuba. Calls will, however, be made very shortly under the provisions of Section 149 for the special class of men there mentioned. William Ehrcnberg has enlisted as a yeoman in the Naval Reserve and is stationed at Wissahickon Barracks, Cape May. Sidney £utcliff, son of Arthur Sut- clif T (English), was killed in aerial action recently in France. Taylor Graves (with "Very Good Eddie" road company), is at the School of Aeronautics, Berkeley, Cal. Leo Fitzgerald was ordered Tuesday to report to the Brooklyn Navy Yard. In the legit houses the business was off be- cause the cold weather of last week killed all advance sales and on the holi- day eve there wasn't any box office sale for the same reason.This plan would be along the same lines used by the Richard Lambert company playing "Art and Oppor- tunity" at the Cort before the holidays. They are said to be in arrears for five weeks at present "Success," the Theo. Sacks paid the managers

"La Marraine d'Escouade," the oper- etta given by the intermediary of Broussan (formerly co-director of the Opera), at the Theatre du Vaudeville, is a musical version of Les Fiancees de Rosalie, a farce played at the De- jazet last season. The Pierrots and orchestra, 50 sol- diers, disqualified from further arduous fighting and entertaining the 25th Div- sion at the front, have arrived in Lon- don on short leave. It is reported from Sydney, Australia, Ada Reeves has successfully maintained her claim in the Supreme Court over there that her husband, Wilfred Cotton, has no partnership in her theatrical in* terests. Olga Cook, the star, affects pink with her blonde beauty.A party of French soldiers, who have been adopted as "godsons" by a young woman, turn up at her parents' home to pass their fur- lough and commit all sorts of pranks, interlaced with singing and dancing. One of the group is an ecclesiastic in peace times, and has proved himself a real poilu. They are giving a series of concerts at Wigmore Hall to secure funds to provide comforts for men in the trenches, offering a capital program, in- cluding songs, serious acting, comedy, dances, sketches, burlesque, etc., all good, with several high class artists. Miss Reeves is the widely known English artist, now in Australia on a re- turn engagement. A pink satin brocade with embroidered sil- ver moons, has bustle drapery at sides and back, but a more simple frock of pink georgette worn at the closing is far more effective.MAY BE "COMMONWEALTH." Tndications Wednesday pointed that "The Grass Widow." which moved from the Liberty to the Princess Christmas night, was having pretty t^ugh sledding v.itl; the weather against thcatrcgoinjj and that arrangements were pending whereby the show would be continued on the "commonwealth" plan. The reason is that even with the reduction in prices they have been unable to attract sufficient business to meet the house rental. Sacks, the London producer, is a winner on a long shot that he took last August when he contracted with Cohan & Harris for the London rights to "Going Up." That was months be- fore the piece was produced on this side. AGENTS FACE PUNISHMENT, OVERCHARGING COMMISSIONS E. Eddie Darling is responsible for se- curing "Divorcons" for Miss Crews. Elfie Fay of "Belle of Avenue A" fame has returned from England. Myron Fagan is out as business manager of the Lady Duff Gordon act, having been succeeded by Walter Gir Tord. ACTS ON "FAVORABLE LIST." At the last meeting of the Vaude- ville Managers' Protective Association a number of acts who took part in the recent. Castle refused to have anything whatever to do with the nroject. however, went right ahead with the new build- ing, declaring Castle in for his pro- portionate share. Theatrical interests of New York were concerned in the appointment of John F. Theatrical labor bodies sent commit- tees to Mayor Hylan prior to his tak- ing office and recommended Peter J. Brady, who is secretary of the Allied Printing Trades, was appointed Super- visor of City Record, however. And what the brain requires the theatre gives — change of thought, relaxation, the real rest that makes the brain better fit for work next day. He deserves from the public the generous response that he always gives to the public. Schacfer began a search of steamship time tables for Cuba. Calls will, however, be made very shortly under the provisions of Section 149 for the special class of men there mentioned. William Ehrcnberg has enlisted as a yeoman in the Naval Reserve and is stationed at Wissahickon Barracks, Cape May. Sidney £utcliff, son of Arthur Sut- clif T (English), was killed in aerial action recently in France. Taylor Graves (with "Very Good Eddie" road company), is at the School of Aeronautics, Berkeley, Cal. Leo Fitzgerald was ordered Tuesday to report to the Brooklyn Navy Yard. In the legit houses the business was off be- cause the cold weather of last week killed all advance sales and on the holi- day eve there wasn't any box office sale for the same reason.This plan would be along the same lines used by the Richard Lambert company playing "Art and Oppor- tunity" at the Cort before the holidays. They are said to be in arrears for five weeks at present "Success," the Theo. Sacks paid the managers $1,000 advance royalty on the show and secured the piece for abroad. Miss Fay looks in excellent health and has teamed with Eleanor Kent for a two act, the girls opening out of town next week. White Rat strike were placed en the favorable list and bookings ar- ranged for them through the circuits represented in the V. With the building completed the Association was moved from the Ashland Block to the Maies- t! hut Castle would not move his desk or effects and for an entire month re- mained religiously away from the new headquarters. The theatre is a necessary part of life, its prices are adapted to all pockets, all classes. For actors of all kinds, on the stage and on the screen, for managers, for the army of those represented in the modern great moving picture industry we bespeak of the public their most generous patronage. WINNIFHED GILRA1NE and hrr "BACK TO NATURE GIRLS" Extrnd New Year's Greetings HEADLINING PANTAGES CIRCUIT low the very thoughtful suggestion in Varibtt in regards to sending profes- sional copies, I once again send my address. C A., where I hold the title, "Manager of Productions." Our shows have been bully, but we need more music to keep them so. For the sake of composing the public mind and for the convenience of regis- trants, this information ought to be given wide dissemination. Warburton Gamble and Colin Camp- bell for "The Madonna of the Future." Daisy Jerome by the Shuberts for a ! Beatrice Noyes has replaced Marion C'oakley in "The Country Cousin:" Ruby Norton has been placed in "Flo Ho" at the Cort by John Cort. Eddie ' Gribbon (Triangle-Keystone comedian), has joined the submarine division of the U. Tex Jordan ('The Keystone Kops"), has enlisted in the navy. Chambers (Larry Mack), is at Camp Hancock, Augusta, Ga. In the vaudeville houses (where two shows are the usual order of things on that night) the first show, usually the big one from the point of attendance, was off.Murray Piker's sherbo band made good, but rather frightened some gentle folk. Rose, Amy, Louvain, Pretty Myrtill and all concerned worked hard to make the witless revue go. Mitchell and Mitch left the American Roof bill Saturday through one of the members having a bad cold. "Sherman Was Right" did not open on the Pantages Circuit at Minneapolis lis scheduled, with Roscoe's Minstrels showing instead.The shoot- ing star dance by a troupe of English girls creating sparks on a special car- pet by the movement of their feet was found a novelty here. But wit is not required at the Casino de Paris; there is a feast for the eyes. Deslys is quite dramatic in a sketch portraying her obsession by sensational pictures, in which she makes a few Fregoli changes. Howard Talbot has finished the score of a musical comedy commenced by the late Paul Ruben, book by Harry Gra- ham, to be produced shortly by Yorke Stephens. The Hawthornes cancelled the Ri- alto, Chicago; last week replaced by Rector. Golding and Eyres opened at Pan- tages, Minneapolis, Monday instead of the Australian Trio.

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"La Marraine d'Escouade," the oper- etta given by the intermediary of Broussan (formerly co-director of the Opera), at the Theatre du Vaudeville, is a musical version of Les Fiancees de Rosalie, a farce played at the De- jazet last season. The Pierrots and orchestra, 50 sol- diers, disqualified from further arduous fighting and entertaining the 25th Div- sion at the front, have arrived in Lon- don on short leave. It is reported from Sydney, Australia, Ada Reeves has successfully maintained her claim in the Supreme Court over there that her husband, Wilfred Cotton, has no partnership in her theatrical in* terests. Olga Cook, the star, affects pink with her blonde beauty.

A party of French soldiers, who have been adopted as "godsons" by a young woman, turn up at her parents' home to pass their fur- lough and commit all sorts of pranks, interlaced with singing and dancing. One of the group is an ecclesiastic in peace times, and has proved himself a real poilu. They are giving a series of concerts at Wigmore Hall to secure funds to provide comforts for men in the trenches, offering a capital program, in- cluding songs, serious acting, comedy, dances, sketches, burlesque, etc., all good, with several high class artists. Miss Reeves is the widely known English artist, now in Australia on a re- turn engagement. A pink satin brocade with embroidered sil- ver moons, has bustle drapery at sides and back, but a more simple frock of pink georgette worn at the closing is far more effective.

MAY BE "COMMONWEALTH." Tndications Wednesday pointed that "The Grass Widow." which moved from the Liberty to the Princess Christmas night, was having pretty t^ugh sledding v.itl; the weather against thcatrcgoinjj and that arrangements were pending whereby the show would be continued on the "commonwealth" plan. The reason is that even with the reduction in prices they have been unable to attract sufficient business to meet the house rental. Sacks, the London producer, is a winner on a long shot that he took last August when he contracted with Cohan & Harris for the London rights to "Going Up." That was months be- fore the piece was produced on this side. AGENTS FACE PUNISHMENT, OVERCHARGING COMMISSIONS E. Eddie Darling is responsible for se- curing "Divorcons" for Miss Crews. Elfie Fay of "Belle of Avenue A" fame has returned from England. Myron Fagan is out as business manager of the Lady Duff Gordon act, having been succeeded by Walter Gir Tord. ACTS ON "FAVORABLE LIST." At the last meeting of the Vaude- ville Managers' Protective Association a number of acts who took part in the recent. Castle refused to have anything whatever to do with the nroject. however, went right ahead with the new build- ing, declaring Castle in for his pro- portionate share. Theatrical interests of New York were concerned in the appointment of John F. Theatrical labor bodies sent commit- tees to Mayor Hylan prior to his tak- ing office and recommended Peter J. Brady, who is secretary of the Allied Printing Trades, was appointed Super- visor of City Record, however. And what the brain requires the theatre gives — change of thought, relaxation, the real rest that makes the brain better fit for work next day. He deserves from the public the generous response that he always gives to the public. Schacfer began a search of steamship time tables for Cuba. Calls will, however, be made very shortly under the provisions of Section 149 for the special class of men there mentioned. William Ehrcnberg has enlisted as a yeoman in the Naval Reserve and is stationed at Wissahickon Barracks, Cape May. Sidney £utcliff, son of Arthur Sut- clif T (English), was killed in aerial action recently in France. Taylor Graves (with "Very Good Eddie" road company), is at the School of Aeronautics, Berkeley, Cal. Leo Fitzgerald was ordered Tuesday to report to the Brooklyn Navy Yard. In the legit houses the business was off be- cause the cold weather of last week killed all advance sales and on the holi- day eve there wasn't any box office sale for the same reason.

This plan would be along the same lines used by the Richard Lambert company playing "Art and Oppor- tunity" at the Cort before the holidays. They are said to be in arrears for five weeks at present "Success," the Theo. Sacks paid the managers $1,000 advance royalty on the show and secured the piece for abroad. Miss Fay looks in excellent health and has teamed with Eleanor Kent for a two act, the girls opening out of town next week. White Rat strike were placed en the favorable list and bookings ar- ranged for them through the circuits represented in the V. With the building completed the Association was moved from the Ashland Block to the Maies- t! hut Castle would not move his desk or effects and for an entire month re- mained religiously away from the new headquarters. The theatre is a necessary part of life, its prices are adapted to all pockets, all classes. For actors of all kinds, on the stage and on the screen, for managers, for the army of those represented in the modern great moving picture industry we bespeak of the public their most generous patronage. WINNIFHED GILRA1NE and hrr "BACK TO NATURE GIRLS" Extrnd New Year's Greetings HEADLINING PANTAGES CIRCUIT low the very thoughtful suggestion in Varibtt in regards to sending profes- sional copies, I once again send my address. C A., where I hold the title, "Manager of Productions." Our shows have been bully, but we need more music to keep them so. For the sake of composing the public mind and for the convenience of regis- trants, this information ought to be given wide dissemination. Warburton Gamble and Colin Camp- bell for "The Madonna of the Future." Daisy Jerome by the Shuberts for a ! Beatrice Noyes has replaced Marion C'oakley in "The Country Cousin:" Ruby Norton has been placed in "Flo Ho" at the Cort by John Cort. Eddie ' Gribbon (Triangle-Keystone comedian), has joined the submarine division of the U. Tex Jordan ('The Keystone Kops"), has enlisted in the navy. Chambers (Larry Mack), is at Camp Hancock, Augusta, Ga. In the vaudeville houses (where two shows are the usual order of things on that night) the first show, usually the big one from the point of attendance, was off.

,000 advance royalty on the show and secured the piece for abroad. Miss Fay looks in excellent health and has teamed with Eleanor Kent for a two act, the girls opening out of town next week. White Rat strike were placed en the favorable list and bookings ar- ranged for them through the circuits represented in the V. With the building completed the Association was moved from the Ashland Block to the Maies- t! hut Castle would not move his desk or effects and for an entire month re- mained religiously away from the new headquarters. The theatre is a necessary part of life, its prices are adapted to all pockets, all classes. For actors of all kinds, on the stage and on the screen, for managers, for the army of those represented in the modern great moving picture industry we bespeak of the public their most generous patronage. WINNIFHED GILRA1NE and hrr "BACK TO NATURE GIRLS" Extrnd New Year's Greetings HEADLINING PANTAGES CIRCUIT low the very thoughtful suggestion in Varibtt in regards to sending profes- sional copies, I once again send my address. C A., where I hold the title, "Manager of Productions." Our shows have been bully, but we need more music to keep them so. For the sake of composing the public mind and for the convenience of regis- trants, this information ought to be given wide dissemination. Warburton Gamble and Colin Camp- bell for "The Madonna of the Future." Daisy Jerome by the Shuberts for a ! Beatrice Noyes has replaced Marion C'oakley in "The Country Cousin:" Ruby Norton has been placed in "Flo Ho" at the Cort by John Cort. Eddie ' Gribbon (Triangle-Keystone comedian), has joined the submarine division of the U. Tex Jordan ('The Keystone Kops"), has enlisted in the navy. Chambers (Larry Mack), is at Camp Hancock, Augusta, Ga. In the vaudeville houses (where two shows are the usual order of things on that night) the first show, usually the big one from the point of attendance, was off.Murray Piker's sherbo band made good, but rather frightened some gentle folk. Rose, Amy, Louvain, Pretty Myrtill and all concerned worked hard to make the witless revue go. Mitchell and Mitch left the American Roof bill Saturday through one of the members having a bad cold. "Sherman Was Right" did not open on the Pantages Circuit at Minneapolis lis scheduled, with Roscoe's Minstrels showing instead.The shoot- ing star dance by a troupe of English girls creating sparks on a special car- pet by the movement of their feet was found a novelty here. But wit is not required at the Casino de Paris; there is a feast for the eyes. Deslys is quite dramatic in a sketch portraying her obsession by sensational pictures, in which she makes a few Fregoli changes. Howard Talbot has finished the score of a musical comedy commenced by the late Paul Ruben, book by Harry Gra- ham, to be produced shortly by Yorke Stephens. The Hawthornes cancelled the Ri- alto, Chicago; last week replaced by Rector. Golding and Eyres opened at Pan- tages, Minneapolis, Monday instead of the Australian Trio.

There is every pos- sibility the Casino de Paris (a white elephant since Borney's departure), will be once more one of the chic resorts of the French capital. The Geralds substituted for Dooley and Nelson, after the Tuesday shows, at the Riverside. Jack Gardner is to return to vaude- ville after a couple of years as lead- ing man for the Kleine picture people out west.

One of these is Clifton Crawford, another a woman star now in a Broadway dramatic success. Fritz Kreislcr and Guy Bolton are to collaborate on a musical comedy in which Margaret Namara is to be starred. Re- quired at this famous theatre is a man- ager with power of control, who is not liable to the little susceptibilities of the troupe forming the committee or the influences of politicians. Baroness Orczy opens the Stoll Pic- ture Theatre Club third subscription of one guinea to stalls, available any day except Saturdays, Sundays and bank holidays. For the money necessary to give happiness to children at Christmas time the first demand is upon the actors — a demand always cheerfully and generously met. A number of vaudeville agents and film offices outside of the bigger buildings were closed for the first half of the week, there being no heat supplied. Hanson's splen- did offer we will gladly send it his correspondence. Baltimore trains were coming in Sunday and Monday eight hours behind; Boston four to six hours, up-State, six to eight hours.

She is the wife of Bo'ton and is to give a matinee concert at the Princess Jan. The organ- ization of the House of Moliere is ex- cellent (on paper), but Napoleon I, when he drew up his famous decree on the battlefield governing the manage- ment of the Comedie Francaise did not reckon with the petty jealousies of the actors and actresses when they become societaires" and to a great extent con- trol the destinies of this theatre. Eva Tanguay's voice obliged a can- cellation of her Alhambra engagement for this week. Miss Tanguay is expected to resume her vaudeville engagements at Keith's, Boston, next week. of the Fifth Avenue program Tuesday, Con Conrad was rushed in without "props" or rehearsal and was retained Wednesday for the remainder of the week.

He went to another and got two in the sixth row and four behind it. With some pride he presented the seats to his friend, explaining the difficulties he had had, and not even mentioning the heavy premiums he had paid. The eiefy seats the Chicago show- man had bought at war orices were eight of the onlv IS seats inside the first seven rows that were occupied, and his two the only ones used in the second or third, rows. The headline features at the Coliseum • his week are Violet Vanbrugh and Co. Worth, as he had not informed his friends about it, as he disliked the notoriety. Goldberg, the Chicago agent, stating that the court will set Jan. Worth, and if granted a new trial by the court, he will be rushed to trial, and won't have a chance un- less furnished with an attorney to look after his interests, and one who can give a bond to stay the case until he is prepared to present his case. ("Tink") Humphrey, Karl Hob- litzelle, president of the Interstate Cir- cuit, Lew M. It was reported when Grace La Rue was lost to the show, the original backers dropped out and it was diffi- cult to learn just who was behind the bloomer. Dingle has not been able to appear since he broke a bone in his foot while dancing several months ago. "Divorcons" in condensed form is to be done by Laura Hope Crews in vaudeville, with a supporting cast of five. The house will play a full week, taking its shows from the southeastern bookings of the United Booking Offices, the bills com- ing to the camp from Alexandria and New Orleans, with a split week between Lake Charles and Beaumont, proceed- ing after the camp stay to Waco. That discretion should not be moved where the partv applying docs not bring his case within equitable principles, does not show superior equities that are entitled to protection at the hands of a court of equity, does not make such a case as moves the conscience of the court to grant the relief." And the Supreme Court accordingly reverses the decree of the lower court with an award for costs in favor of the defendant, Miss Crane. Murdock (now eeneral execu- tive manager of the United Booking Offices) the bookinor list was length- ened into a profitable li«t. The "ens" will be taken by an expert picture staff on the stage and before the audiences assem- bled. S SS atac aa ARTISTS' FORUM Confine lett«.*» to ISO wordi and wii U on ©no ttdo of poper only. Nams of wrltor moot bo signed and will bo held In strict confidence. _ Letters to be published In this column must bo written exclusively to YAJu BTT. Es53E35EE We say that to stay away from theatres, destroying their prosperity, discouraging the men that supply the nation with amusing inspiration and iniormation is FALSE ECONOMY. In the hrst place, one of the great assets in war, as in peace, is CHEERFULNESS. The actor is one of the nation's hardest workers, one whose career as a rule is made short by difficult, exacting work that eats up youth rapidly. Jones immediately hied himself to the polf grounds at Gulfport. If you could hear the boys ting, you would think that you were listening to a •'Song-Boosters* Contest," but the songs they sing have long since been laid away: , ' 1 nave promised them that I would do my best to get some music ,and now they are waiting expectantly. (Formerly Lorraine and Cameron.) NO CALL BEFORE FEB. He was formerly leading man with the Wilkes Players in the northwest. Short Creek, Ala., 1 as been exempted from military service. Several of the theatrical men of draft age around Broadway are considering en'i^tinp in the Navy, before the second call envelops tlicm. the former booking man and who recently enlisted in the Navy, has been commissioned an ensign. Mabrey reported with the ^OSt h Infantry, Camp Upton, New York. (Gus Nelson^ is with the Heavy Artillery at Fort Banks, Winthrop, Mass. They secured an extension until next Tuesday, by wire. Jackson, lyric writer and brother of Fred Jackson, author of "The Naughty Wife," is attached to the 305th Machine Gun Battalion at Camp Upton. John Montague is a patient at Miss Alston's sanatarium suffering from pleurisy. Will Hart, professional manager for Stasny Music Co., secretly married to Mary Donahue in New York, Dec. Dur- ing those moments the audiences in front shivered, while when an act in "one" was on the front of the house escaped the blasts from back stage.

"I don't mind getting robbed," said the theater man, "but when they take the extra money, make me walk mv legs off and plead as though I were a beggar, it makes me a trifle sore to have them show me up, besides." COL'S HEADLINERS THIS WEEK. in a new nlavlet, "The Woman on the Window Sill"; Lydia Kyasht in a new comedy ballet, "Cnoid's Conspiracy," composed by Sir Frederick Cowen ; Marguerite Scialtiel in "Maid of France," and Grock. According to report the Washington Square Players will continue for but an- other week at the Comedy, after having occupied the house for two seasons and one half of the current one. Albee Issues Mandate Wherein Status of United Booking Offices Is Clearly Defined as to Exact Amount Agents Can Charge Acts for Booking— U. Goldberg, Irving Simon, John Simon, Dave Baehler, Bert Cor- telyou, Will Jacobs, Marius Heinaw, Coney Holmes, Glenn C. Grace George had the play con- densed to sketch form and it is this version Miss Crews has secured. No information was forthcoming as to the number favored*, but it is un- derstood it was around 70 or 100 and included some of those most active in a direct manner. When the Orpheum Circuit ioined the organization and the building of the Majestic theatre was suggested, Mr. The labor unions, including the the- atrical federated bodies, have made a personal request that Mayor Hylan, in plums yet to be distributed, hands one to Frank X Sullivan, the present at- torney of the State Federation of Labor and who also legally represents the New York City Federated Union. The full assemblage of "eps" gives the title for the period when it takes place, Jan. The plan was set forth in more detail in Variety's Anniversary Number. The machine that wins the war through fighting or through industry is the human brain. Ihe actor is called upon by the public and always responds. Miss.; Adolph Linick packed his trunk and engaged passage for Cali- fornia, and Tctcr J. I am indeed thankful I can still keep in touch with the profession 1 to much love and the one I have been to long connected with, through Varibtt.- Frank C. 11 The following telegram hat been tent by the Provott Marthal General to the governors of all ttatet : It hat been decided that there will be no more formal calls for de- ferred percentages of the present qubta before Feb. While boardt should, until they have enough *men finally classified in Clatt 1, tend forward promptly men telected under the old regu- lations to make up deficiencies in calls already made, the result ot this decision will be that we shall be able to give the benefit of the new classification system to all men whose order numbers are so late as to place them within deferred percentages of the present call. Hanlon, at their home in the Bronx, New York, Dec 29, »on. Eugene Pallette has withdrawn from the cast of the next Mary Pickford production and has joined the aviation service of the Government, with a lieutenant's commission. Lucicn Littlefield (Paramount), who went to France with a section of the Ambulance Corps, has earned a com- mission in the Aviation service. Charles Harris, treasurer of the Longacre, has enlisted in the Navy with the rank of chief petty officer. Benny Piermont, formerly a booking agent, was promoted to a sergeantcy last week at Camp Upton. Mc Kee has received a commission and is at Camp Lewis, American Lake, Wash. Julia Ring was compelled to layoff this week because of an eye operation. The cold snap also affected the New Year's Eve business materially.

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The managers are to be assigned to various theatres in the army cantonments through country, according to recommendations that have been made from the offices of the Committee on Training Camp Activities in New York City. Theodore de Banville's "Beau Leandre" and Paul Verlaine's "Les Uns et les Autres" will also be revived at the first national comedy house of France. With the passing of George Castle goes the last of the western vaude- ville founders who remained in har- ness in. His rirath will make no difference in the management of the Kohl-Castle affairs or the Western Vaudeville Managers' Association, preparations for such an event having been made prior to the r Vmise of his late partner. Year in, year out, actors, managers, owners of theatres are called upon to contribute to charities of every conceivable kind. C, news briefs, your cor- respondent advised of the arrival of Mr. It is impossible to fet the late popu- lar airs, so I am writing in the hope some one will be kind enough to send us a few professional copies. None of the houses intended closing and as a matter of fact they were a great deal warmer than hundreds of apartment houses. Han- son's letter and answered it at once, telling him that owing to present book- ings and as I am featuring "Manikin Baseball" (an American game only), could not consider his offer. Editor Variett : Hopins Mheimisicpubli*hersw^ REMEMBERED EMPLOYES. Train delays were responsible for many disappointments in opening bills this week.

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