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THE EVENING WORLD,. SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1013.
2 NEW THEATRES
OPEN NEXT WEEK
Moss & Brill Houses, With the 1
Jefferson and (he Hamilton,
Now Number Five.
PRICES ARE "POPULAR.
Consolidated Booking Offices
Wm Supply Acts at
Wb tha opening of two naw "popu
lir price" vaudeville thaalraa. tha Ham
ITtoa and tba Jeffereon, thara will anlar
into taa flald an important factor In thla
Una or entertainment- tba Consolidated
Boohing Offloaa, Including tha Moaa '
Arlll and tba Cunningham Fluegel- i
nan circuits, owning and oparatlng flva
of tha hlsae.i and flneai thaatraa af 1
their cla.a In th. country
TIM n.w houae. have hut been ram
Patted by Mtari Mom at Brill at a coat
f KMO.m Tha Jeff.r.on will aaal 1,000
persons and tha Hamilton IMP. With
tha othar Moss Brill houaa. tha
KlgMy-elxth street Theatre, and tha
Cualngham A Fluegelman thaatraa, tha
sfeBlnley e.uarr. in tha Broni. and tha
fa. Kalb, In Hrnoklyn. .eating eapeolly
far mora than 1:.00 paraona will be pro
s4ed and an outlay In buildings and
round of mora than tt.000,000 r.prs
M Tha Hamilton open. Thursday even
ing and taa Jefferson nest Saturday
evening Bach will offar eight Mi acta
t price, ranging from It to V cents
Taa opening features ara aot yet an
noanced Tba Kignty-sixth Street will
oCar aa its "hssdlln.r" May Ward, tha
Draadan Doll comedienne, with aavan
ether acts. Tba MoKlnlay Square will
sars tha Marco Twlna, Lorlng Psrquutt
aad Com, any la a comady akatch aad
abi othar acta.
Tha bii Da Kalb Thaatra in Brooklim.
at Da Kalb aveaue and Broadway, will
aan taa tUg Diving Nymph., diving
rsatesta all waak, opan to all woman
i Bam Cur Ha aad company In
eomady aad BJca and Cady. tha
Pelltlclana." with flva othar
eete. Tba Da Mb aaau Iter, paraona
aad tha MoKlnlay Squara 1,000.
WHY NIW THIATRtt OP THIS
TVfH ARE NIIDKD.
aaw af tba erection af an-
flat theatre la Naw Tark la mada
awaits Uaatrtaal managara look at ona
aaatkar and aak "Whyr It Is tha
taacal opinion that tba metropolis la
alraady avarstookad with thaatraa. and
Juat aew Broadway and Its adjacent
laoillary baa mora than can ba fliiad.
Aad yat mora ara balng built, whlla
taa djrgBMtau laid U overstocked. Tha
aBM mar ba aald of tha popular
grass housaa. Thara ara hundrada of
thaaa, laeladlag tha "motion plcturs"
boaaas. and ana would aaturally Infar
that tha Said la overworked
Bat Mr. Mess aad Mr. Brill wars tha
trat to aaa tha possibilities of mum
lee modern fl reproof theatres to supply
tha ever-Increasing demand for popular
aarasement at popular prices.
The exterior decorations of both the
Haaatltoa aad the Jeffereon ara largrly
ot terra eerie of e Ana, white ehade
aad with especial attention to ornav
meat. Bash house la ebeolutaly flre
proof, the construction being wholly of
steel framework, brick, atone end con
crete. The JeSereoa haa an entrance
frontage en Fourteenth atraet, near
avenue, forty feet wide, but the!
awdlterlum aad atage ara on Thirteenth 1
strast. a plat of around KlalOO faet.
Tha stage faces ths weat. and
nuaasroua salts lesd directly to
street, wide steal stairways running j
"SOB ths great balcony
A Hfe-slse bust of Thomas Jeffereon
ths main entrance. Tha dero-
are In soft natural colora; the 1
bassa are furnished with the moat com- !
fortable chares and the draperlaa ara !
kg harmony with the generel color effect
TSM main uoor. easting nearly fifteen '
bumdrad narenne la asen.ta.1 Lisa ...i '
i the chairs ara of tha latest and
comfortable opera pattern. The
balcony is divided Into three see
the front fcelng arranged as men-
xsnlae boxes, back of which at a slight
alseatlon Is the main gallery, In the
of which Is tha upper gnllerv. rha
' total seating caparlty being about the
aame aa tha orchestra floor.
Tha stags la vary large, eighty faet
wide with a depth of nearly forty feet.
Ths proscenium arch la elaborate. In
marble and terra rotta A fine mural
painting over tha aoundlng board has
a realist'- affect, as It shows In tha
foreground a figure of Thomas Jefferson
addreaatng an assemblage The dress
hat rooms are numeroua and fitted with
avary convenience for the players
BALLROOM IN BUILDING WHICH
HOUSEfl THE HAMILTON.
The Hamilton la at the hai theaal
earner of One Hundred and Forty-alsth agency, and Hana Ziffle-, who haa re
street snd Broadway, a block from thalatly married a Viennese lady, la pre
aahwav and the One Hundred and Paring to conduct a party to Paris.
Ihurty-flfth Street rsr line. It la built I there Uvea a ballet dancer by the
ess a pint eouxsxs rset, has a sealing
lty of 1.501 and Its Interior con-
atruetlon la simitar to the JeftVreon'e,
htvlng one great balcony. To .
aaeat. for the foundation.. JO.Ooo cubic
fast of rack wsrs removed, at a coat
af more than llo.ogo. Thar. ar. .Ix
Bits at On. Hundred and Forth-slxth
eftreat. atK mora nrx tha nn,ll... .1.1.
af the building and alx others at t.
t. these letter Lading Into a court
twelve fsst wide and axtsndlng en
Brsly around ths building. Th. en
trsnca s on ths Broadway aid., twen-ty-flre
fsst wlds, leading Into a foyar
, SM feat long. Above will ba assembly
reams and a ballroom,
Tha lobby la very attractive and
spacious, with msrbls walla and etah
erata calling panelling. A foyer ron
aerta the lobby and theatre, tha lobhv
Irtng a twenty-foot etandtng room
diaeth at the centre. A noticeable fea-
(are Is ths sbsencs of posfs. affording
aa unobatructed view of tba slags
slswaa eeaf seal As la IBs Sears sea.
The Hamilton, One of Two New Vaudeville Theatres
To Open Next Week, and Some of I la Decorations
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fortahle amnltlng room, for man will
contribute to thi- con.f or t of patron.
Tha olnr schema la gold and Ivory,
Tha "aUg ara In silk tapaatrlaa, In
I'1 panallad ffe a. All tha
curtain hanglnga ara In tha aame shsdn.
with tha monogram
Ira of aach vslanre
Over tha Boiindintt hoard la a larga
mural painting depleting poetry, art.
literature, and muelc. Steel rurtaini
have been Inatatlad In both thaatraa,
and a complain analllary fire prolacllnn
Iilanl, with powerful auction pumiu.
atand-plpa and aprlnklar syatem, op
erated In ronn-tlon with a powarful
electric pump In the tmiament. with tha '
latent daa'gned automatic akyllghta over
tha alaga and etandard fioaa and con
nections make both thaatraa eheolutelv
safe at all tlmae from Are. Tha archi
tect. (Jeorge Keleter, dealgned tha
Cohan. Belaeco and other theetrea In
ONE OF COMING
"Poor Little Rich Girl" and
"Man With Three Wives"
in the List.
a jgOMBWtrniVR KIjRK." mu
aleel -antaay by Avary Hop
wr wood and Oiiolav I.udare. will
ha aeon el tha Broadway Theitra on
Monday night. ""nmawhera Rlaa" la
that hitherto undlacovared land which
ao many weary earth folk have vainly
might Scientific phenomana which
may be expected a eetitury hence ara
Incldenta and Influancea of avarydav
Ufa there. Wlreleaa telaphonea and a
weather bureau which controla Inatead
of predicting are acootnpHshad facta
Any wlah la gratified in "Somewhere
Blae," providing Ha gratification henna
no one. Daftflsfl for publicly reglatarlng
falsehood! make truthtelllng a common
practice. Tha company Includes Taylor
Holn.es. Cacti Cunningham. Will I'h'.l
hrtck, MaM laaka and Catharine
On Tuesday evening "The Ptoor Utile
RlSh BM" cornea to the Hudson The
atre. Thla pin v of fact and fancy la
Kletnor Hates. The hitter facta at
''r,l h"w !'r UtUd rich girl on
,rr etgntn mrtnday, with graaplng,
greedy, aelflali teachers and aervunts.
She haa every material thing that
w"n r,n porchaae. hut ts denied the
ewes " aawe sn ner iiarenm, wno are
'" l,u,llv ,"d " -'Hmbln Ilia so-
2" """"r " m,,cn
Tf"Portert by a sleeping potion iid-
mln"""-"" n" 'he little son
"OM ln,( ,h """'"''l ' dearest
f,n' y ,n ,,,e "r,'",1 Koi'af at)
,"' ,lon 1,1 rol' " "h
rBpldly learna what true and what Is
false. The bugnlxioa of home ara Irana
formed Into her real fr.rmls, whlla her
supposed friends are shown aa abho--i
rent, crawly, unwholesome things In
'the "Land of Light," where liar fancy
! next earfigg lur. ahe see the place
I where Ihe candle Is hurned at both
ends The folly of Ussiest wealth la
j shown, nnd Hrnund "Bahlfl Hood IU:n"
! (kg leatns lo know her father and
mother for the first time. The caat will
Include Laura Nelson Hull, Viola Dana.
Frank t'urrler, Howard Hall. Theodore
Maraton. Amelia MaylMirn and Orace
"The Man With Three Wtvea," Frans
l.ehar'a luteat operetta, with the Her
man book rrvlaed by Paul Totter und
Agnes Morgan, will he prodU ed al
proau ctl at ,
n Wesi Forty-
Weher A Fields Thctlru
i fourth atieet on Thursday nignt Tha
: first scene Is laid In u Vienna lourtm
name 01 oiette to win in he waa en-j
faked before his marriage. A later de
ralopmem discloses tha fact that Han
1 a third "betrothed" In London, la
' ,h' 1 Cagll Lean, Alice York.,
'! ,,rn,', Dorothy W.bh, 8yd-
I "V nrnl- rharoltte Oreenwood and
; "rn' Prtng Maid
"The gprlng Maid." wLlh Chrlsile Mac
Donald, cornea to the few Amsterdam
Theaire on Monday night for a two
Nina Morgana on Wednesday afte--noon
will take Emma Trentlnl'a role In
"The Firefly" u the Oaslno Theatre,
s s s
Miner's Klghth Avenue Theatre will
have "Tha Htrls From Missouri." At
Miner's People's The.itie will ba "The
Kxctiae Me" will be the attraction at
tha Urand Opera House
I The Weat End Theatre
Mirrv Mastlass Bis anas, won s-. sea.
i we srew Be est
th I M'm aWaaaVJB anal aalaaal BW l
at the Columbia Thaatra.
"Tha Knickerbocker Burleequere" move
to the Murray Hill Thaatra.
"The Lovemakera" will be at HurMg
"Tha Midnight MaMena" coma to tha
Thala" will be played by the etook
company at the Harlem Opera House
At Hammerataln'a will be John Bunny,
of motion picture fame; "Le Rouge el
Nolr," Orace Van Studdlford. Little Urd
Roberta. Sam Chip and Mary Marble.
Will Murphy and Blanche Nlchol, Ranee
Parker, and others.
"The Diamond Dinner," a comady
akatch by Bayard Valller, will head tha
bill at Kalth'a Union Square Theatre.
Among ethara will be Dick Tubb from
England, Harry Williams, Fred Wataon
and Adelo Oswald, Dick, tha handwrit
ing dog, and Charlea Leonard Fletcher
Ethel Harrymore will praaent "The
Twelve Pound Look" at the Colonial
Theat-e. There will also be Aetna
Darlee. Maggie nine. Ralph Smelly and
Tha Alhambra Thaatra will have Has
sle Wynn, "More Sinned Agalnat Than
Usual." Buj Fliher. Crouch and Weloh,
Wilson Brothers and others.
At tha Bronx Theatre will be Oua Ed
wards Kid Kaba-et, Nina Morrla, Stuart
Hemes, Hanaro and Ballay, Maxim's
Modala and Max's Circus.
Kathryn Kidder will head tha bill at
Proctor'a Fifth Avenue Theatre. Among
othera will be Hughle Jennings and Ben
Smith. Violet Hale. Bird Mlllman and
Linden Heckwlth. "Tate'a Motoring"
will be the chief feature at Twenty-third
Street Theatre. The main attraction at
Hie Klfty-alghth Street Theatre will ba
"Fixing the Furnace." Proctor'a Twen-ty-thlrd
Street Theatre will offer "The
r"ount Von Stromherg."
The American Theatre will have Man.
rice Freeman and company, tha Two
chirks. Jim Reynolds. Untieing Ken
nedya, Kdlth Kaymond. El Clave and
NOTES OF THE THEATRES.
erfuraisBras of "flaow White aad the Seven
Dsrfs." willed Is detlshuiif children st the
Little Ttieitre, will us hi Mtitae KIIIMt's
Tliaalra eierr Vteroo, i,,,t get unlay at 8. HO
salssg, Wtnlhruii Aous rasile the eta to plsra
tin show wMliln reseh of aetni ohUdreo
rim omild not find the price st ti I4ue Tlieslre
The east will remain uurlisiuied. This vetll luinl
"nana White" aad "Anstul" under the ssaie
PKjf. ahleii le adinltteil t.. Is s iutsat
Crsne lhsr's viieraiu. Itie Msn With These
Wtiai. will be iirodii.ed for ths nest flaw in
New lork city st Weoer A Klelds' Theatre on
riiurwlsy eviulns. Jsn zfl.
I'hsrlej riiern an, l dene Uim, si ro stars, will
be eeeti In "Tils New Hitueiary." a utsy hy
rVsnele t'riusstl siSleir al "Antene lesgtraT which
will be prudiicari st Uie lycsum Tlieslre ThurwUr
C. Vsndsrlillt U, enlne 1., neee hneteee
1.1 .le. lo a party of twsnlv at a uerTeraisn.a ..1
"llaotsttl Par Sell, Mouse" In the I'kUdreli'e
The Aawlcan A .Inn, of llrsautle ArU will
" Sf..!r'.,n'. "' .." eajaas si tee
lent i iwairs on Jan -M 1 . (ij,e use lu tlus ;
lUUtri will he e.SMl "Tfie BaneaeHeei " I,.
sol, I" Vslentlne da slnl Point snd 'The is
lertar Mm I'elleiidw." la lures scls. by Hdner
lu s suit laouflit l,i i.u Itaaiiiton Hemes
sasluet W 0, lie Mills snd lie, II Hriee.-.
l lieeslna tlisi ths dsfeotieiits stole tlie Ides tor
heir isieltillle sketch in item froai bar skeloli
TBS Woiuaa of TieMorros, or tui Veers from
Now, Hrsjider Mattliese. I'rofsseor of lirsinslh'
letersture. ess celled tn leetlly Be su sipsrl lee
terJsy. r.snaiiuMiiii on the ennilsrltv of ideas shleh
le (Mian i in. I sun iti
ilipeUH iitthoiit delkosrstiou.
I'nifewsjr delthaee ks lassg iliai i.i i. . .
rsrs in tbestneal wrlUiuie.
Oh hie mi hi tin ii a to eonsnll will. ki,. .
,n,l Krtauser a.snllua list user isy "TUe UtUe
'"'e, for elnrh lis ise arlttan the Mere, it haii ,
:.XZ'".. .'"?. 1,1 ,PU ,m: I'sii'tiine en. l
"Tlis I'lnk Ugy-
lUrrt H.ilsrr lies bsea tuiujed h Wilhsni
llsauiitrvlt'iii I,, isswent for the first time the ,
tSlilold Ul ISlesl i .iii-l "Tile I'eliere. 1 1. , i ....
iBev" st thr Vlrtorls 1 Iwslt. o ten. '.'7
AutheaUr sent soaaai from i..i.. it lai that
frail Msuds tie- lontrscted altii thr LisuIm f u
s foe tnuutlu lour of tU rountr) None of the
Sail! erre Ule I. ll.ll,
- , A series of "nujlitt" lias hseu Insugiirated st
. ths Hupsnisejl, wl'sia "Under Mem Plsas" hes
- I been u resented sluos Isst fSUSSS. The first
, nlihv' ocs-ur. W adnasHst Isb 21'. snd Illl h,
TfHSSTmb 07 baas' al
! ri'.Ax 'Tfrl'
i J ths jbstabaSM snd sal eBtIm' ,,t,
FgJuOM'' ,B "
ARTIFICIAL WINTER FOR
YOUNG APPLE TREES.
WAHHINOTON. Jan. lit - W. F.
Thomas of thla oily own. an oroliard of
t.OW young apple true. In Maryland.
I Tha unseasonably warm weather has
I rouxod out the bud. snd there Is
I danger of blooming. In ase of frost
the trees would he Injured,
Mr. Thomas consulted exports of tha
Department of Agriculture, and on ihslr
1 sdvloe lo-edsy shipped 100 ton. of tr. to
th. orchard Th. loe will b. oroken up
and a pi i to tne rootw or the trees n
tn. tope of clillling then thus pre-
'.V "r ream . n st taeeasg
ssoi ins ;nwas tronsi u.eoiraaj
NATHAN STRAUS SAILS
TO EXTEND CHARES
EOR PALESTINE'S POOR
Philanthropic Merchant's Wife,
2 Doctors and 4 Nurses
Narhan Straus, with Mra Straua, two
doctora and four nuraee, sa'led to da
for Palestine on tha alea p Fran
conla. Both Mr. and Mrs us wsrc
in excellent health and the ill slsed
tied Cross brlgsda wsa In engsge In an
extsnslvs ehsrlty In the o-lent, which
Mr. Straua explained
"We are going to do what we can lo
Improve the physlcsl welfare of the
People of Palestine," he eatd, "and I ex
pect to spend six months on thla trip.
Last year I started seversl soup kitch
ens In and around Jcr lalem. and non
I Intend to increase the number to
t went -one and each will have seats
for MC persons.
"Nowhere In tha world sre conditions
mora deplorable than in Palestine. 1
shall have the physicians look Into the
malaria cases, and, with the nurses, do
what they can lo lift the poor from their
preaent wretchedness. Hunger la preva
lent all over Palestine, people actually
dying for the want of food."
Former Gov. Judson Harmon of Ohio
waa i paaaenger on the ateamar. Ha
aald that he wsa In favor of an Inaugural
ball, aa the pomp of auch an affair lent
dignity to the nation, beatdas It im
pressed the people with the Importance
of the Uovernment. Henry Oeorge. son
of the single laser, took a different view
and It waa evident the subject would
have full ventllstlon on ths trip over to
SAYS WOMAN OFFERED
SI ,000 FOR PICTURE.
"Dr." Worth Swears CnauffeuT
I lad Photograph of Mrs. Le Compte
Denies Handcuffing Her.
"Dr." Wallace Worth, an Aatoria
chiropodist, waa arrested to-day and
brought before Magistrate Millar n
i.ussg ritv rnnri it. ... rK..
" - .
with assault, Mrs Madalon let Compte
having testified that the first tlms ha
called at her IX, 000 home ha anapped
handcuffs on her wrists.
Worth admitted that ho had told Mrs.
lea CiMiipte he had seen her picture on
her chauffeur's buresu, but he denied
that he had demanded money to return
It, hh she alleged.
"I had Just set up In the ohlropody
business," he said, "and I was visiting
my neighbors, leaving business card a
and a pleasant Impression. I rang tha
bell al Mra. L.e Cotnpte's and gave hsr
. n DBMS eresvw Mie .....iistu li t- mm: csnv
I ..... I. ...Me
I ,.tv. , ,iu.l r .e a aklle .e .
w talked for a while, and then 1
remarked I had known her tha moment
U. ...I ih. Ann, k.ra.. i 1,.
I .-" eees, 'I eje e.ll . arsoi
, , 121'
rlsd she wo
the picture 01 ner tost reierson, tha
had. tia became agitated and
vould gtva i. uw to gat ths
but 1 irda't aak an" monev and
dMn'i I tkkg an? "
-Ut- worth was held In koo baU for
i examination Thuraday.
$5,000 OEMS LOST iN SUBWAY
Fifth Aveaae Jeweller's Kmgloree's
Wallet (lues la Hush Hoar.
Charles Hreyer of No SHU Knst One
Hundred and Net i nty-third hi rent, an
tmployee of a Fifth avenue Jewelry
minis, reportod to the Kail Fifty-first
street police atatlon to-day that h. had
ost a wallet containing forty unsst
' diamonds unj 116 tn caah. He .ays ha
thinks he lout th. wallet during the rush
hour last night st ths iJrand Csntral
i Ths dkamonds range from one-third
a a we' t i- eeeewa ana aea weefVM
sl SB) BBS,
HOOTS FOR W
IN WOMEN'S DEBATE
i SHOCK MONTCLAIR BY
Suffrage Argument Between
Miss Li Hollette and Mrs.
George Ends in Tumult.
Hprosr, hooting. eat-calJa. ths ex
change of epithets and tumultuous die
oidsr marked ths adjournment of a
suffrage debate In Uia atidstoMum or
the MontcJalr Club at Montolalr, N. J..
last night Ths debater ware Mia
Fola lea Foliette, daughter of Senator
Lea Follatt, of Wisconsin, and Mra. A.
J Oeorge, s Brookllns. Mass., lecturer.
Miss Lea Foliette spoke for the suf
fragists and Mra. George for the "an
ils." Oeorge Wall wood Murray, a
Standard Oil attorney, who Uvea In
Montolalr, actsd aa ati airmen. Tha
hall, whloti haa a easting capacity of
00, was crowded, every available foot
of standing apace being filled with
peopls. In ths audlanee ware many of
the wealthiest and moot prominent men
of Mnntclalr and their wives. Ths de
bate had been advertlaad for some time
and had aroused tbs keenest Intereat.
Three years ago the suffragists per
fected an organisation la Montolalr,
with Mlaa Beatrice Studdlfard aa their
leader. That organisation baoama ao
active that the "antia" decided ttiey
ehould make a systamatlo resistance
Mrs. Wllllsm L. Ldidlsnd Is laadsr of
Recently the auffrsgisits Issued s
challenge to the "an tie" to thresh the
question out In a joint debate Ths
challenge, aa Issued, waa not accepted.
It wss finally dacldad, however, to have
a debate, but no decision. Ths two
speakers of laat evening were then asnt
for by thslr respective sides.
UPROAR FOLLOWS MISS LA FOL
LITTI'C SHARP REBUKE.
Miss La Folletts. 1n the course of her
argument, ssld thst women couldn't
bs satisfied without ths ballot Just be
cause they hsd good husbsnds.
"I nsvar aaw a man who would give
up hla vote becauaa he had a good
Ife." aha remarked.
Mra. Qsorgs srgusd thst affaire of
govsrnmrnt wars sppropriatsly ths
concern of msn, snd thst womsn wsrs
not fitted to take pert In them. Every
thing waa smlcsbls at the close of tha
dsbstlng. Thsa Mrs. Qsorgs said aha
world ba glad to answsr qusstlons
wrlttsn on pspsr snd paaaad up to her.
T'shers wsnt through ths crowd for
"Is It not true," rsad ona question
submitted to Mrs. Qsorgs, "that tha
antl-auffragl.ta are allied with the
linuor Interest" '
"No. It Is not," ssld Mrs. Oeorge.
'quite the contrary la true. The records
show that the women who want i vote,
and who do vote when they get the
chance, favor the liquor Interest.. Thst
Is true In Wisconsin."
Mis. L.S Fol'elt. sprang to ths front
of the platform and denied ths correct
ness of Mrs. Ueorg.'s .tatsm.nts. Th.
audience was In confusion tn a ascond.
Chairman Murray rapped for order, but
It waa fully fifteen minutes bsfors ths
wild yelling csssed so that his gave',
could b. heard.
"A DISGRACE TO YOUR SEX."
"Mra. Qeorgs has been misinformed
concerning Wisconsin," said Miss Lea
Foliette, when ths hall was quiet again.
The uproar started once mors. Hut by
thst time people were beginning to push
their wsy out A well-drsssed woman,
who would not gtvs her nam. wh.n
aaked for It later, approached tha plat
form, crying, "1 wish to speak to Mr.
Chairman Murray called the Brooklln.
woman from the beck of the platform,
to which ahe had withdrawn to converse
"I Just wsnt to say to you." crlsd
ths well dresstd womsn who stood on
the floor below ihe platform, as ah.
shook tier flst st Mrs. Oeorge, "thstayou
sre s dl.grsce to your sex."
For fully sn hour knots of peopls rs
malnrU In the clubhouse, snd In ths
street In front of It, excitedly dlscus.lng
th. .vent of th. evening.
TRAINMEN STRIKE IN MAINE.
rsper-lsrrrlns Railroad Trouble
Mar lav.lt Pressssea.
BAMQOR, Mr., Jan. II Tha engl
neera and Bremen of the Bsngor and
Aroostook Rstlroed struck to-day. Th.
director, yesterday refused to grant
an Increase In wages, Insisting thst
the earnings or th. road would not
permit It, and were at once notified that
the men would go out 1n twenty-four
hums The road extends through the
eastern pert of ths Stats from the
Csnndlan border to Penobscot Bay, af
fnelinw the chief outlet for the nroduct
of th. great print paper mills of North,
eastsrn Maine. Th. po.slble sffsct of
the strike on the shipment of paper
givs ths movement an Importance
outsld. the State. Ths road also car
ries the extensive potato crop from the
The road employe eighty engineer,
and eighty firemen, all of whom went
out. In many casss thslr plaoss were
immediate, y filled by non-union men and
the company waa able to move all but a
f.w of it. passenger trains. The extent
of th. freight service was tn doubt. It
Baa Intimated tn-dav that tha evmnsthv
ot union pressmen In various Isrgs cities
might he sought by the strikers It th.
rosd moved print paper to tidewater
with non-union engine crews
SHE'D "REASON TO WRITE.
Miss Mary Streamer, the Staten Isl
and school teaoh.r oharged by Dr.
Harry P. Ooodwln of Stapltton with
having written several hundred annoy
ing or threatening letter, to him, was
arraigned yesterday In Nsw Brighton
before Magistrate Marsh.
Ths teacher got ah adjournment of
one week to enable her to get a lawyer
and prepare her case As she left ths
court a reporter for The World aakad
h.r why ahe had written ths letters to
th. physician, Ska resiled:
DEFENSE PUT UP
Tells Lawyer That Restitution
Does Not Relieve Him of
Ths trial on an Indictment charging
ths larceny of M.IM of Broc R. Shears,
former President of tha defunct Borough
Bank of Brooklyn, waa concluded In ths
Suprsms Court, Brooklyn, this afternoon.
The prosecution cleeed last night snd the
dsfsnss used but a short tun. In putting
in evidence to-day.
Practically the only defen.e put
was that Shear, had repaid the money
before criminal proceedings had been
brought. It waa shown by ths prosecu
tion thst Shssrs took a check leased te
the Hollkt Park Company of which he
waa a trustss snd deposited It to the
credit of another company of which he
waa prassldsnt. To cover up the trana
actlon. It was alleged, ha falslflsd ths
bank book of the Holla. Park Co.
"If It nan be shown thst restitution
wss tnads," said Robsrt H. Elder, coun
sel for Shears. In hi. speech opening the
defsnss, "before this prosscutlon was ln
stltutsd, that fact will r.Usve ths de
fendant of responelbllMv under ths
chsrgs of grand larcsny."
"Hold on'." Interrupted Justles Crank.
"That's not ths Isw. I shall not Instruct
ths jury that way. If It Is shown that
hs took ths money, that waa grand lar
csny." Mr. Elder, consider sebly flustered, con
cluded his speech and summoned wit
ness, to show thst ths money waa paid
back, and that .Shears had a good char
acter before he became a bank president
COURTS HER FIFTY YEARS,
SHE, 105, ACCEPTS HIM.
"He's Been So Attentive," She Says
of Fiance, Eighty Try to
LOS ANOBLKfi, Jan. 11. In sprts ot
th. Interference of ths guardian and
grandchlldrsn of hi. oas hundred and
fl vs-year-old bride-elect, Plaaantlno Leon,
agad slghty year., who ysstsrday pro
cured a license to marry Mrs. U arcellna
Ellsslds, said tflrough aa Interpreter to.
dsy thst ths wsddlng would take place.
Falling otherwise, hs said hs would en
gage an attorney and contest ths pro
ceeding. In Judgs Rivers', court, whsrs
Wednesday Mra Ellsalda was declared
an Incompetent and her granddaughter,
Mrs. Claudia Lugo, was appointed h.r
Mra Ellsalda aald to-day:
"1 was married when a very young
girl, hut my husband died when I wss
flfty-Avs. 1 dscldsd never to marry
again, hut flenor Leon hss bssn so at
tentlve thsss fifty yssrs that I guess I
shall havs to give In. My flret marriage
waa very happy."
APPR AISALs'oF ESTATES.
fltat Comptroller Piles aehedalee
far Tra aster Taa.
Deputy Slate Comptroller Frasar
transmlttsd th. following appraisal, of
estates under ths Inheritance tax law
to-day to the Transfer Tax Offlcs of the
l.saok Ssllg, also known as Isaac and
I.ak Sellg. died May It, UU. Total es
tate 144. aM. Net value of eatate after the
deductions for expensss of sdmlnlstra
Clarissa M. I. Kiting, died June 10.
112, gross sststs 1,1T. Net value K.
667. Alfrsd Tyler Robinson, died April 18.
1910, gross. estate 2,7l. No deduction,
QUIT WIFE FOR RELIGION.
TRENTON, Jan. ill -After explaining
to her that he was a dlsclpl. of St. Paul
and therefore should not hsvs a wlfs,
Walter L Reynold, deserted her,' Mrs
Way I. Reynolds testified yesterdsy be
fore Vlce-Chsncaleor Leswla la hsr suit
The couple srs wealthy. Mr. Reynolds
Uvea In Iesk.wood, where his wlfs also
has a horns, a. well aa one In Florida.
She declared that her husband wss s
religious tsnatlc, though he did not
belong to any particular .set. Mrs.
Reynolds sl.o testified thst hsr hus
band was orusl to hsr bsfors hs, "got
religion." Shs said she did not know
his prsssnt whereabout..
STORK FAVORS ALIEN-BORN.
CHICAGO, Jsn. II W. le. Bodlns,
superintendent of compulsory education'
hss completed an Inveatlgatlon "which
indicate.," ha aaya. "that ths Chicago
ot ths futurs will bs Slsv-Osrmsalc It
ths prsssnt birth rsts continues.
"The foreign born mother la beating
the American born mother two to ona
In the baby Industry." he continues.
"Of ths foreign born mothers, th. Pol
ish nstlvlty Isd, followed by the Ger
man. Ku.slan-Jerwl.h, Italian. Bohe
mian. Irish and Swedish In the order
named. Of tha f7l.0M children under
flva yasrs only M.000 have mothers of
Tka rioelsa (kaatattaaa.
The follostag war the highest, lowest aad last
BTteas of storks for to day aad ths sat nbsaas ss
omn pared with yeetetdaj's closing pnaat fist
Beat Buasr a.
A -Kdry .. MS m
tm. t-oaoB Oil .
Am. Mm. k Hf
Am. T. AT. On.
Anaconda attain. ,
Atoh.. T. A sV
Central Leather ..
Chas. Ohio. ..
at 2 at
at . a at.
t'onsoi. Has 137 mf
B ,r:::;:;; fc fet
Ot. Not. of lj7i lliils
imperii I 'so naV 1
Penna.v!saia IttH 1
neadlnx Igrf 1
llu v "Jin at
IK- 14 ;
inti s v.
nter. Mat, it
17T4 17 17H
SP m IP a .
& .fat i t
1M 1 I :
S4 laS iix ' iZ
Bs H i
SI. 600,000 EMBEZZLEMENT
CHARGED TO FINANCIER
Hunearian Magnate Is AOCUMd it
Stealing Dank PllMh and
I BUDAPEST. Hungary, Jan. U.-Ignatx
Pal. oh. ons of the most prominent rsl
rosd sad brldgs contractors uf Hungary,
was arretted hers to-dsy on th. cbarxs
of smbezsllng KslO.ilOO kronen (approxi
mately ll,aw,000) and wlib issuing a
quantity ot forged abaras.
Pslloh is ths director ot ssv.ral rail
road companies and financial Insl.lutlons
both In Hungary and other countries,
and hs Is alleged to have cmbesxl;d
their funds. Ona London company s
said to have been victimised to tha ex
tent of a million and a halt kronen
PA CHASES ELOPERS
5 MILES Al MIDNIGHT,
BUT LOSES THE RACE
Farmer Benson Reaches Jus
tice to Find His Daughter
Is Mrs. Carey.
POUOmCBEPSIE. Jan. II -After a
race In buggies from Dover Furnace to
Dover Plains, Ass mil, away, Mlaa
Emma Evelyn Benson, eighteen,
dsughtsr of Solomon Benson, a well-to-do
farmsr, snd Edward S. Carsy,
twenty, eon of a merotiant, were mar
ried hy Justice of the Paaea A. 1.
Bang, at 1 o'clock In the morning.
Tba young folka raced with Miss
Benson's parents, who nearly overtook
them beoauee Carey made a ml. take la
the darkness and took tha wrong road
aa ha .n tared Dover Plains Miss Bsn
sen's par.nts drovs up to ths horns
of ths Justice a fsw mlnutss aftsr
ths marriage had been performed.
Farmer Benson waa full of fight, hul
hla wlf. calmed htm and ths young
folka rscslvsd ths parental blessing
and all drovs back to Dovar Furnscs.
Ths Bsnsona objected to tha atten
tions of Carsy to their dsughtsr ba
eauss of hsr youth.
Miss Benson was sitting In her room
waiting tha arrival ot young Carey. Aa
tha clock atruck the hour of midnight
Carey drove up to the front gate and
whistled. Miss Benson softly opened
her window. As shs wss about to step
upon tbs roof of ths porch outsids shs
knocked over s chair.
Tbs noise awakened her father, but
bsfors hs waa dreesed shs dropped to
tha ground and ran across ths from
Iswn to Csrsy, who hsd a horss and
buggy l 'he road. Benaon realised
the altuatlon and hitched up his favor
Its horss and, with his wife, gave chsas.
Aa hour later Csrsy waa pounding on
Justles Bsngs's front door. Ths Judas
Is a sound slssper snd ths wbols house
hold was awakened before hs snswsrsd
tbs knook. Ha was not good-natured
either, but when Carey promised a fee
twice as large u wu usually paid for
such services, ths Justice consented tn
act. Hla wife and another member of
the family scted ss witnesses.
BABY'S PLEA STIRS COURT.
Taken From Parents by I aaal Com
part. She Cries for "Daddy."
While tears filled th. rye. of the
Court snd attendants, baby Margaret
Hilda Rogers defied County Judge
Jameei P. Niemann and hla ondera to
day In the Mlneola Court and declared
ahe waa going to stay with "daddy."
Her father, Charlea Rogers, snd her
mother had agreed after sepsrattnx
some months ago that their two-year-old
daughiteir ahould be legally adopted
by her mother's parents, Mr. and Mrn.
Mlanohton Doremua. Ths formalities
were concluded In court. When Rogers
bade the baby goodby she rebellnd and
would not b. separated from him. She
was finally carried away by her grand
mother, arlll crying for "daddy."
TO RECALL ARCHB0LD.
Senators Think They Are oa Track
of Two Sore Letters.
WASHINGTON. Jan. 11-John D.
Archbold, President of the standard
Oil Company, Is to lie recslled next
weak by the Seriate Committee Inves
tigating campaign funds. Some Sena
tors believe they have gotten track
of at least two mors letters not dis
closed st Mr. A retinoid's previous ex
amination. The date has not yet been
fixed, hut Ms appear,. net nrobahly will
be Thuraday or Friday.
FINED S20 FOR AUTO DEATH.
NEWBtrROH, N. T., Jan- li Lewis
T. Rsmy, a chauffeur of Naw City, waa
lined (10 aftsr an automobile, whloh he
waa driving, had run down and killed
Charles Acksrman, sixty-four yean
old, hare yesterday. The authorities ate
considering mora asrlous prosecution.
Reroy had no chauffeur's license ana
the msohlne lacked a proper license
In tha auto party was Sheriff L w
erven f Rockland Count v
"A young woman of my parish was
dying with consumption Father .John's
Medicine cured her." (Signed) Rev.
Father Fontur, Lafargevitle, N, Y.
ft "I was rurai
1 cough by Fat
cured of lung trouble snd
Father John t Medicine."
Daly, IN Weed Ave,
Branch of New Foundation
Will Dispose of 500 Sent
to Magnate Every Day.
WASHINGTON. .Ten. II. A "cigar
Ing house" for begging letter, ssnt to
phllsnthropl.t. would be ons of ths
adjuncts ot the tl0O.00o.000 Racks
feller Foundation, a Federal charter for
which Congress on Monday will he
sskrd to grsnt, according to Jeroms D.
Greene, former secretary of Harvard
t'nlvarsltv and now adviser nt tha
her. ..eking to have congr.a. at thl.
re.alon incorporate th. organisation
which John D. Rockefeller Is snilojs
to endow. .
"Mr. Rockefeller alone receives sn
sverage of five r undrcd begging letters
every dsy," said Mr. Greene todsy.
"They ak flnanclsl sld in sums rang
ing from IS to amounts In ssvsn
figures. ITnder present conditions It
la utterly Impossible for Mr. Rocke
feller, even with the asal.tsncs of a
larga stuff, personally to giv. atten
tion to thla volume of corre.pondsncs
sn,: doubtless many worthy objscts ot
phllsnthrophy have gone without the
flnanclsl support they sought.
"However, with the Ro.-kefeller Foun
dation In existence, having an snnual In
come of 16.000,000 st d s sufficient corps of
trained Inveetlgstors, It would b. possi
ble to nandte not alone that part ot Mr.
Rockefeller's correspondence, but th.
aame kind of mall reaching other phil
anthropist, aa a ell, with Justice and
Mr. Greene declared that an anal-sis
of the average day's collection of bag
ging letters received by the oil magnate
.howed that they came from tenty-two
countries, rspresentlng every contlnsnt.
TOUT 0? slW YORK.
Kiiterln Aitfuit Irtons HaaBhsag
.i le-1. . Rittertsss
AatUla Tan rsm
Ban .1 .an Hen J .an.
P.H. Kret.1rt.-ll. Jems
V V. I,ii' hen xc
at? of Atisau
Artilles. New Orleans.
K. terrsMBta (.slreston.
C'ensn l-e. JersatmTUM.
I m 'aaa. T.vnps.
Hsmilt in ' rfuls.
It an, Helena, ArtintlBB.
'' , e jn.e Tnnl.Ud
. MlntieuaiBs. te-pdoo.
T saies. i'.'Iod.
A RAJtK FlleM.
(From the I'lttahu-fh Pn.t.)
I "Madame. 1 undvrstsnd lhat your
daughter help, ton daily wlib your
bouaework." . .
"It la tru."
"Wluu royalties would you charge
I me tor a rreuvinr picture reel of thla
; moat unu.ual .IgStt?"
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Morris St Oerard,
Long Island Real Est-te.
New York, Jan. 16th. 191).
K.-v York World:
If you will have your reprejerttg.
tlvf call at our offiej, our '.vrtlsl5
for Sunday will be ready.
One of a number of protrectrta
purchasers who called on us Monday
In response to a small advertisement
In last Suiidiy's World went out with
us to the property which Is located
35 miles out on Long Island. Tha
next morning, Tuesday, he again,:
called at our office and we cloaar
In all our experience thin Is the
quickest action we have ever received
from advertising ol any kind
Very truly youri,
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per Ceo. B. Gerard.
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