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THE SUN, THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1913.
MRS. RUHLIN'S CASH
Trunk"; AIIcrps Prizefighter's
iilnw Threatens to Dodge
i i i or wickki) unions
M-iiled Will Contest, Collected
Insiinuiee Money and
Now Wants Fees.
Mm (!u. Ituhlln, founder of thn Pro
);.ricp 1'olltlcal League, a woman nuf
irge orwinlzatlon, and widow of the
r prlzeilKhtcr. who used to permit hln
n 'r orsutilzatlon to tiler t In Ills na
pon In Hrnoklyn, was licensed In the
s.irreino (-'otirt yeterdny of threatening;
1,1 eerreto her property and flee the.
Mat to avoid her creditors If any one
lirottpht milt uRalnn her. Upon these
charcr-n Supremo Court Justice Lehman
signed nn order upon which Mr. Huh-
n.i b.init necounts In the National Nas
.mj and Emigrant Savings hankx were
Thn attachment wan obtained by
Samuel U Frooks, a lawyer, and brother
of Dorothv FrookM of Hayonne, a child
MiffrnRo speaker, who was a member
of Mrs. Iluhlln's organization and In
troduced her brother to Mm. Ituhlln.
Frooks Is nttlnsT for a balance of 95,318
due for IfRnl services.
Trooks says In his affidavit that for
doveral yearn prior to January 27, 1911,
the defendant, Mrs. Sarah Mtilrooney
Ttuhlln. lived with Cius Huhlln an his
wife, and on the date mentioned they
nnt to Hoboken and were married by
a JuMlc of the peace. Four days there
after, the lawyer says, Mrs. Huhlin
caused a will to be drawn up and exe
cuted by Huhlln by which lie left her
Ills entire estate, valued at about $35,000.
Lawyer Frooks says that Huhlln had
sfven brothers and altera living, be
sides his parents, and that the youngest
brother, John C. Huhlln, was his favor
It. During tho lifetime of Gus Huhlln
h put several thousand dollars In the
bank In trust for his brother John, the
lawyer says, but within n short time
utter Mim. Ruhlln married the ex
rus'llst tho trust fund was no manipu
lated by Mrs. Huhlln and others that
sh got the money
The lawyer also says that shortly
after tho marrl.ine Mr. Ituhlln Insured
irr husband's life In lur favor for 520,
non and had paid only one Instalment
on It when Ruhlln died suddenly In the
presence of the defendant nt his home
nt 14D0 Myrtle avenue, Urooklyn. It
was stated at the time that death was
,1ne to a stroke of npopley.
The lawyer tay that shortly after
r.uli.in died rumors were circulated that
Mr" Ituhlln was Instrumental In her
b island's sudden death and by reason
' fiese rumors she employtd him to
aLfrtttln the source and "quality" of
'e rumors and to protuct her Interests
, Totally. He said the will was con-
M'd by Ituhlln's relatives, but by
KMioti of the services he rendered th
. wjs finally admitted to probate.
U dld that the payment of the $20,000
Turanee was withheld for a time be.
i .-p Mrs. Huhlln had been accused of
a .rime, and he aided In securing the.
ivment of the money.
Me also brought suit for $100,000 In
h'hu'f of Mrs. Kuhlln against her hus
ir.d'-i brother John for Hlleglng that
ihe was Instrumental In the death of
her husband. He believes his services
v r of the reasonable value of $f,,5Su,
which he has received $1,277 on ac-
Lawyer Frooks said he learned on
prll 4 last that Mrs. Huhlln Is Inter
eM'rt In the Monarch Vacuum Cleaner
Company, a Delaware corporation
which had no llcenso to do business In
iJs State, but has an office at 1151
Hreadway. He said that Mrs. Huhlln
! at the officn constantly attending to
"i biilness of the company.
TITANIC CLAIMANTS APPEAL.
.Ak ,lde Holt In I.rt Them RrlaK
Soils In Other Coarta.
A flordon Murray, attorney for several
T'lntc claimants whose claims aggre-
r-a ...am .linn fOA flftn trtnl Qt-nl PR
,.V,'- .11, .11 , ., U J, V u V, .V.W.. - -
t-r4ai n .ifan,H,y1 thm Intnrenta nf 4h(lS6
-Ho hive filed their petitions for relm-
' arf'tnent witn i mien bihim .uumiiib-Ktna-
nilnl,rl.i hnt u'hn tinv Tieffleetefl
i I'-lnir suit In any court. After Judge
Hi.' ImiI dismissed the application of the
wwte star i,n for a limitation of Its
1 al. tf... In V.A Bln1I.,r. nt Ita hln theflft
H'niants were concerned lest the lapse.
T a par Trorn iif time m mo uiaun.c.
t rut erve to prevent tnem iromi
ii "nn 'n nnv other court,
M Murray requested Judge Holt to
.1 V.I.. ....lutn.. an an i tl aXtftV tllA IllTil-
nMen nroci-odlngs to stand In the cose of
" Ui mrlllts WHO illcl not IRKe eirfimim
, - i mi if in ,ii in,, .,. -
Bhllitv to approximately $97,000. The
n"rr rfn'cn necision.
RITZ-CARLTON GUEST SUED.
I'm I- MndUte IGeta A(la.ehMeat
gnlnal K. W, Barrr for Oowms.
n attachment against the property
' diwin w. Harrv of Passaic, now llv-
. hi the Itltz-Carlton. was granted
lay by Supremo Court Justice.
'-t'lMn In a suit to recover i,bzj ror
n 'Mii delivered to Mm. Harry when.
i' hii'I her husband were at tn i'ic
. Motel In 1ondon and the Pres-
- u Paris, Tho suit la brought by
- n s. Co. of Paris, who allege, mai
nn were necessities for JtTS,
and that although her husband
,1'ne n pay for them he has refused
ng the articles, furnished to Mrs.
hv the nlalnt ff were a jet cos
J tor,: laro and ermine dress.
'harmeuso gown, $153; evening
tnn. and ermine stole, nut.
A5KS $10,000 FOR HIS ARREST.
'I'lnnii lint Ilia Stolen lionet bat
farmer Jallrd llltn,
' nuiiiin Momon. a wealthy whole
'lui'ier dealer, who has an ofllco In
.md lives In the Haxony apart
'.Tin West Hlghty-second street,
iKht suit for $10,000 dnmsges
Itaymond C, Harf for false arrest,
' Page denied Haff's application
-'f.rliiv to transfer (he ease to Nassau
Kin said that on October 12 lait
ri-cB wrre taken from his Hables.
'I cieiit olher horse owneis nhn had
ei , t-ol)hi followed the tllleves to Farm
flsio, ij. i and found one of Mosson'a
"ones in the barn of Isaac tirauer. He
' l" the horse, and llaff, actlpg aa attof
t-'y for Brauer, had him arrested.
WHITE SLAVER SENTENCED.
Ohoolalrl Victim Halted With
rather at C'onrt Itnom Door.
Louis ScriiI, 19 years old, brother of
a Philadelphia raincoat manufacturer
was sentenced by Judge Holt In tho
I'nlted Stntes District Court yesterday
to nine months on Hlackwell's Island, for
enticing n seventeen-year-old girl Into
Segal's victim, Mary Stevens, of Den
ton, Md, wan n student In the West
Chester .N'ormal College, near Philadel
phia, until a few weeks heforo hIio made,
tho acquaintance of Segal In u restau
rant In the latter city. She told the
rourt that nlw came with Segal to New
iork under the Impression that she was
to become his wife.
While she was telling her story an
excited man forced bin way to the front
of the court room.
'That's my daughter!" ho cried. "I
want to speak to the Judge, r wtint her
to go buck with me; her mother Is wait
ing for her to cotno home."
He.iiber Stevens was led out Into tho
corridor, where he told of his futile ef
forts to trace his daughter after her dis
appearance last December. He wanted
to stop the trial and tnke her back to
the little farm at Denton.
As Mr. Stevens wim talking his daugh
ter ramn out of the court room. At the
sight of him she covered her face and
sobbed. Her father sprang forward and
took the weeping girl In his arms.
The Jury recommended extreme leni
ency for Segal, but Asslstnnt I'nlted
States Attorney Grllllths opposed a light
sentence. With the permission of the
court he called Minnie, Levlt, u Phila
delphia girl, to the bar to tell what she
knew of the convicted youth.
MIssj Ievlt said she was once engaged
to marry Segal and that he borrowed all
her Jewelry and several hundred dollars,
ostensibly to start In business. He tried
to persuade her to rome with him to
New York, she said, hut she refused and
Segal left her without returning the
money or Jewels.
HUXMEL'S DAUGHTER ARRESTED.
Atlmlti She Owned Itevolver With
Which Father Wan Killed.
Ponsvtt.l.B, Pa April 23. Ilertha
Hummel, daughter of (leorga llutnmrl of
Tower City, who una found dead In his
home, allot through the heart, was ar
rested to-day tu connection with the mur
der und Is now In the county Jail hero.
having been committed without bill 1M
ward Uunmicl, a sou of the murdircd
man. was uho arrested ns a witness
Miss Hummel entered u plea of nut
guilty, although she admits that, sin-
owned the revolver which was found by
the side of her fathr.
Miss Hummel Is 26 years old and ias
formerly married, but divorced hei hus
band within a year
CHOKED TO DEATH EATING.
VelNon Wanaaankrrv Aepliew of John
WanamaUrr, Dies at Luncheon.
Plill.APKI.i'lllA, April 23. Nelson Wana-
maker, 4D years old, son of the late Sam
uel Wauaniaker, a clothing inert bant, and
a nephew of John W.m.iniaker, was
ihoked to death by a pb ii' nf meat to-ila
while at luncheon In a restaurant
The piece of meat, two inches long and
au Inch thick, ludgid In his throat He
fell to the floor In suffocation. He as
taken to the Jefferson Hospital, but was
dead before the ph!clans could aid bhn.
Mr. Wanamaker was formerlv In the
clothing huslnos with Ills father.
ACTORS' GOOD ANGEL,
DAN BERNSTEIN, DEAD
Kept Theatrical Bnnnliiii: niie
and Hefriendecl .Mirny
Daniel .1 Herr.steln. for many ari
associated with Charles Frohrnun: for
the past twenty years he.nl of u thea
trical boarding house, but more par
ticularly known as the actor's filend,
died at his home at 210 Wes' Fifty-t-econd
street on Tui'mI.ij
He was born In New York 02 ears
ago and in 1S7C married Jennie Neben
zahl, who survives him. lie aNo leaves
two sisters, Mrs. Hella Simmons, who
made her home with her brother, and
Miss Kva; and two broth' rs, Louis of
New York and Henry of San Francisco.
Mr. Hernsteln's early life was spent
In the theatrical business with Charles
Frohman. A Httlo over twenty years ago
he gave up active theatrical work and
with his wife opened nn actors' board
ing houso nt 212 West Thirty-fourth
street. Later he moved to West Fifty
second street. Karly In his history Mr.
Bernstein's house became known In the
theatrical profession as the actor's
home. It was homelike and comfortable
and coscy. Only actors and actressrs
were taken Into tho family ond Mrs.
nerncteln was soon known ns Aunt
Ycntle, a pet name, and the proprietor
as Uncle Dan.
In tho past twenty years the board
ing houso has been the home nf many
actors who havo since become well
known. Among them, Kleanor Hobson,
now Mrs. August Belmont, and her
mother, Madgo Carr Cook; Kugene
Walter, Mary Hall, Frank Daniels,
Hlchard Carle, Sadie Martlnnt, Amelia
Stone, Vera Mlchelenn, Margaret Hobln
son, now tho Duchess of Argyle; Fred
Hellcn, Josephine Sabel, Frank Deshon,
Connlo Mack, Kthcl Johnson, Lotta
Faust, Helen Lord, Ktta Butler, Jane
Trucsdale, Marshall Miller, Dorothy and
Arthur Otto, Nolllo Revelle, Raymond
Hubbell, Ada Lewis, Ella Johnson, Clara
Dell and Jerome Hell, Belle Baker, Mol
Ho Fuller, Charles Hoss and Mabel Fen
ton, Ermlnle Karle and the Karl of
Dan Bernstein wan the angel to many
professional people. He was easy with
thorn about payments. He advanced
money for expressage and storage and
telegrams to Ills boarders and friends.
When they didn't pay he didn't press
He was always helping friends out of
trouble and now no one knows Just
what Is owing him In money.
All day yesterday theatrical folks
flocked to hla home to pay their last
trlhute. There were many floral offer
ings nnd scores of telegrams came from
actors in all parta of the country who
had been befriended by tho dead man.
Union Permanently Knjolnrd,
Supreme Court Justice Putnam In
Brooklyn handed down a decision yester
day making permanent tho temporary In
junction got In October, 1911, by Louis
Bossert A Son, woodwork manufacturers,
against the lepresentatives of the Joint
district council of tho United Hi other
hod of Carpenters and Joiners of Amer
ica. The decUlon forbids tho union rep
resentatives to organize strikes against
the uae of the woodwork .manufactured
by the Boisert nrm.
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From the moment you arrive
at this Great scenic wonderland,
you are at home. The spirit of
western hospitality envelopes you.
Nothitie that could nossililv contrib
ute to your comfort and enjoyment is left
lifiilnn. Von will ttn.l t.n lrj ivittiitnt
fcemlity. liberty without license and real.gemtlneluxury In thevery heart
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Tours by Automobile,
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Onrnf the finest mwpII as the moit
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room is riftinmijir iiitmru ami htaini, im ? e
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Ihe black feet InJiani, wboao r0frat1fin adjolna tho Cart, are featur ef OBMoal
Intortt. Vt'itora to thol'ark lIIbaffordad frequent oppor-
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CRISIS AT INSTni'lloV
Sin- 'I'i'II.n C(v. Sulcr Thai ll
(Sii'ls Sent to It.
M.HANV April M A illsriw-ioii of the
Mci' iri)l)l'in in New York city il'velon'ii
to-day when Mis Katharine H DavN,
miliTintetident of the lledfortl Hefonna
tnry for Women, told or conditions in
the itiMitutinti at a conference between
(Jov Suber ami in.iiiai;erH of Slate chari
l.ihl.i i ti -t 1 1 lit uni-i on needed iippropilu
tioiw. .Mis l)avi told the (lovernor that a
ruling of the AttorneyCieiieinl mad" i'
mandatory for the refoiinatorv to ai
cept nil wnineii coininittiil to it. I m r
theie wem no aii'ommod.uions for more
"lledfoi'd llerortn iti'i V now ft ire a
cri-i"." nanl Mis D.ivi. "It han a ca
pacity of only :co lieiU. Imt li i is.'i irU
111 escei-s I'hey i-leep in hallway and
linen closets The woiL of reformation
w diftlctilt at the le-,t mill alnio-t Im
h)hiIih under the protein condition-!
H.ilford IH-.HI-I at le.n-t $".ii.fHMi tc, oreit
new building-.. ertK'clally cottaRe-i
"Kor the lat-t two nud a half ye.u au
inciea.-ini; u of the leformatory ha
hoeii made by the .Indies and MaRis
tr.ito of New Yorl; city. Tin ha been
due to the Krowme, public HOtitimoiit
ukiiiiiM IliiuiK or iliM'liai'KihK women con
virled in the court or ofi-endiiiK to the
workh'jil-e for sltoit henlence youtlR
woliieii who lind not Ioiir lieen leading
immoral live "
"What would you hurriM to miIvp thlH
vice firolilem''" asked the (lovernor
"I would be willing to hnve a wftre
R.iled district ill New Vork," quickly
replied Mis D.ivix, "if I could have a
wall mound il and a Kale tluniiKh which
every man would have to pass and rog
William .1 McAdoo. chief of the Magis
trates' Court of New York city, told the
(lovernor that there were about fl.noo
vionien in New York plying their trade
nn street w.tlkern
Since the introduction of the linger
print b.vMeni it had been found that practi
cally every woman tuken into custody
after n certain time had been linger
printed before. Ono woman had had
fifteen linger prints tuken. Magistrate
McAdoo declared, showing that thin
clasH of population wiih practically sta
tionary. MiiKis-lraln McAdoo charnclei ied
HlackweU'H tnland a the wornt place
In the UnitiHl State to m-iiiI an unfortu
nate woman Sanitary condition lire
horrible there, he said, and tho Inmate
are crowded live mid Hix into a coll. A
woman sent to tho worMioiiso ut lilack
wcII'h returns to New Vol Is in worse con
dition than before, he aencil.
AccoriliiiK to tho decision made, nt thn
conference Ilistlord lleformatory will
Kot IHKl.VM lor now construction this
year; Lotchworlh Villaijo will rcceivo
nothing except for maintenance; Wo-tt
lliivcrstrnw will got $(io,ooj for now con
struction, the New York Training School
for Hoys nt Vorktown Height will cot
only u small appropriation, and the Now
York Training School for (llrls at Hudson
will receive, about 15,000 for new con
struction und tho purchase of two small
plots of land.
Mrs, August Itelmont was at thn hear
Ingnsn monilierof tho bonid of managers
of tho Shite Training School for Hovs.
DODGED WIFE FOR 18 YEARS.
Whra .Mrs. 'tiiieiin' loanti lllm
Me tint a lllinrre.
White I'i.ains, Apt M 23 Supreme
Court Justice. Moiscliauser to-day on the
finding of the Juiy handed down an In
terlocutory decree of divorce to Helton
S. Wlnpcnny of Vonkers, who sued Oer
trudo 11. Wlnpcnny of L'liS West Seventy
sfcoml street, New Yoik city.
Wlnpcnny named Waller MrClcllan of
1434 (igileu aenue, The llionx, as the co
respondent. Wlnpenny owns the Muter
prise piano stole In Ynnkois, and for
cnrn he was known under Mm name of
David Null)'. This name Im said he took
nt the conininnd of his father, a retired
woollen merchant nf Philadelphia, now
dead. Me admitted ho took another natno
so his wife could not train him, lie
swore they were marled In Palmyra, N,
J on July 4, 1K9I, and Mint hn left his
wife on the following morning, Hh
didn't find him for eighteen yeara.aml
then she sued for separation and tut till
ii week alimony pending trial.
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I DR. FRIEDMANN MAY SELL SOON.
ftr Vork Conprrn Said to llap the
, While Dr Krtedmann fays that nothltn
jili'llnltf Iihh lieen ri'ai'hfil In th plan" for
I tli illtrlliiitlim of ht tulirrulil! iMilturi',
liidlriitlnni nrr tliat It will not be long he
I foiH h tlnal .ettli-nient l mnde for tlie
lii.inuf.'ii'tiiri- hiiJ Dale nt Hit; remedy In
.Mr. llNtn'i the head of tin- Klner, Men-ili-l'iihn
iiiiii.iny uf Went strict, has brrn
tn ie,i t'arl Schutz many tlm" tecentl
.md .'MtHd:i fpi'iit roiiMldt-rable time
, with Dr Kilfdnmtin. A iroKial in wilt-
IliK wan uliHiaiil the llerlln dortur
Ur rrlrdm.cin w cut fsti-ril.iy to the
lloiiiUl foi Ivrormltli'M tu j'xamiiiH the
iiiMfjf tri'ntnil Micro. He will return to-day
to hold a clinic for a dozen patients and
i will nl"ii kIm i-crond Injcctldtm In m miny
Irnorf Thi"i art not Government cii'.nn
l'r U.irry llenjainlii. who cumi- here
. from Herlln n Dr I'rledmann'K nsslitant
ami who parted company with hi em.
I ploycr. ulil eiti-rday that lie did nut
. knuw what he would do.
BURGLAR UNDER BED AT
COUNTESS LEARY'S HOME
.Maid Huns for Help and lie
KcitM's IVnrls Stolon,
It Is Said.
A hurK'.ar was discovered under Ihe
luil of one of the maids of i'ounteM,
Annie l.eary In Miss l.enry's home ut
HIS" Fifth axetiue f-arly yesterday
tiifiininsT. He got away while the mjhl
w.i I mining for help
Miss l.eary has been Interested In the
Catholic fair being held nt the Twelfth
Itogiment Armory, Sixty-Urn street and
I'ulumhiis avenue, und on Tuesday eve
ning Mii maid uttended the fair She
talked oer with Allss l.eary events at
Ihe fair, and It was after midnight when
she started for her loom.
The maid's loom Is next to th cook'
room, and before the maid went Into
her loom tin- cool; told her she had
heard noises coming from that toom
earlier In the evening. The maid went
Into her loom nnd soon heard a nols
from iimler the lied. She screamed nnd
ran luck to the cook's room. Men ser
vants weie aroused nnd searched the
room, but found It empty. It Is thought
the Intruder got out the window.
The police of the Kast Klghty-elglith
street station were notified. It 1 said
that Miss l.eary lost n rope of pearls
from her dressing room on Monday
night, und It Is possible that the same
burglar, having taken the pearls, came
hack for more Jewelry on Tuesday
The police say the loss of the pearls
has not been reported to them.
HILLIARD HOST TO SHERIFF.
Aelnr Rntrrtalna llarhoraer, bat
shntia .Vnthlns (n Levy t'pnn.
Sheriff Harhiirger nnd Deputy Sheriff
Winters went out yesterday to sre what
they could realize on two Judgments
against actors. One was for $714 anil
was against Hubert Milliard, who Is play
ing In "The Argyll) Case."
Tho actor entertained the Sheriff and
his deputy In the star's dressing room nnd
nssurod the Sheriff that while he had no
property at hand on which the Sheriff
could levy he would see what he could
tlnd. ThH Judgment whs obtained In 1!10
by William It. II. Martin, but Milliard said
he couldn't remember whnt It was for
Tim other execution was for J8S0
ngalnst Hal Davis, who Is playing at the
Colonial Theatre, and Is on a Judgment
obtained by the estate of John H. Consl
dine. Ixivls told the officials he had noth
ing, so they cnt back emptyhanded.
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LIST 4 WEEKS !;,,,,,,,iv
ill Vililllliin In tl.r j:im.ll SpiPMilr
m vn.si.i. to iiw r.i.' t.i si :
ftlCllin Hny A isili M lies I5
UHOInU M.llll'rrl Wi ll mill Nit -' 1..
Extended to Sat., May 3d
Si onil b the (jllliei ' s lltiili'lK n
IflTU tT rill i .i.i .it n n- it
OiriOI. Mai,, rn ila ji ii
WHAT HAPPENED TO MARY
una oi.n i: miii hi
i:nirr 'ii imlroiu S' I ii I ire "il I n nn 't
MfeiS-p- COUNTESS JULIA
;i I'. M1 ,lh rrank ..... ManU
i a vuniisr Mt i or n av
bni i f w w w t t,i
l.llllr. :! W nf l i l-.vi. his .nt Week I
yr.UI i .V QAQCnil t M .VI Mm
lli:lM nUOCUHLC Ii mnrrou
Uffln nH APRII IB MuiMi'i'liHlBi,
I he lirenu-i Amrrl. i.(i I'rttma ler Wrliten
wiiiuni iiiiiiiT imii:im. 4 1 i. r nt ii'u.ii
?iu'"""15 FAHNrs FIRSTiiAY
.11)111 si. h..tir Hint Weil A sm
THE FIVE FRANKFORTEIfS
Mxlllr l'llllllt' III.. 31" h l et Hi A r. til ,'
Wrher A I'lil'l- -tlihst - hen U uf II n
Itetltnl of 'Ut CInH ud A.s;il
lusih ,st . net. !i . :- i
iHu.iyACtll I'l.MS IIIVI
Mt i;vs.n3ij i.ii i ii i; I it i;
Mnl Mcil. ft.su k:h.mi til' Ki.
THEATRE OF THRILLS
.MM. l V vnis
I I MIII .
IIAMIA I IAN HI' I'n llli .V Ml;.v 1 V k
i: i Mm ,ii rur WUID Ul'l Mli
He. in i vi I nL nnir ut ix
itltU OIK III..MIU MAIS KI,
ttl.SI I'.MI. I'JMIl. . ill H At, Ilill. Slit.
nAI.KI.lt Wlllll.sim: In Ihe IiiiIhmhi
.Nrxl Week l' I Mil At
iMlie Hull), -Jil. mill .l.1 I', M.
BIGGER, GRANDER THAN EVER
AND NOTHING BUT THE BEST I
EVERY ACT A FEATURE
FULL OF THRILLS
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING
Itnpem, lllilrr". Hurliliie llnrn s anil llullnlo Ihal
k iimi iiiii iiiiii i.imr
i ne M-ii .inn iirrnieM
(.'nine ill Die Aire ,
Ailmlslnn 9Rfi ft Rftft nlSllH ft S7III SI
in KveryUilne uu i:niniiiei Unb
nr..SKIIVr.ll .SIIAT.S Mlilll I'ltllllS. 7.V
1 nn. SI til; Hos .Si-hik, k ki ,nnl J.' Ut. riillilren
Imlf tu Ice.
Hair I'rlee to All Mllnei Cxicpl Sulurilill.l
IIUA.M'lt'I'K'KIlT iiri'll T.S iMiine prliet unit
Ihe ti.irileiil at Jnhii Wnni'iii.iuer'i., Itruailua anil
Hh SI i lilinhel Hro., Kid SI ami tllh Aiinue! nlo
at Ihe tiaiutn every ua Horn u ,. .m.
TllllA . ll'H.H,l.1i Kl-k h U
Aiais u eii ji.u i,
MAY IRWIN !
In nliluii hi
l'rnk..i, ami Mm.
'eeklunr I aruue.
ASTOR JSSf"" 25 & 50c
QUO VADIS ?
i'iMiit Wimili rfnl
in the U urlil
QRlMn "l. lln.. MSI.. 8th Av. Mat. Sal.
nnnv ,M tl,K luty hi.i i: Hti tr
Next Mon, ' DKriCKH m." (Jrklnal C'i.
IB. I-'. KKIIII'iJ
I LILLIAN RUSSELL
iMaiitliii I ml Hand, tl olh.
In. v. Uf irti'M
I2i HI., il r 7 Av. Mil. llallv.
Slock lln. In The Meltlns
Forest Lakes of MAINE
T'S the vacation you're ACHING
FOR. You go 'way down in Maine
woods. You leave civilization far be
hind. By canoe and carry you come
to one of those great
that are scarcely known
WW sI'MJ Ms-.
MH llltk's IIAIIIM. IIIHIIIIIS
riU D I DC iirniiiu.li v ioiIi si.
t I" r I If C. i-on i S i u.s dm v
M I IIII.MIII, M.I.-.
seats !:i,:;:;", to-day
ii l'HMM III I i I I ii V
mil mi. wit" in w i i' in ikivi
KMI'Ki:itlllM lvl.lt. ll'Hllt A .'INIh St.
1 lis Miarii tN Wed Jr .Sit, 3
III llll SI.NSHIM 1,1111,. l AW'ntllllN'
I VnFIIII 1 l""'r i.'iHiSI nrnr Ilruitilu y
LlUtUm iii.mi.iii il khiii
U D UADMITD '"ii; iiiinsr
11 II. I III s 111,
.M. ll.l III.M.
GARRICK C.-rAl.-"." M-
loMh I line fi Mini, - tittnif Sinuctilr
l ll i H i ' e 8 l"
H's III i ,V N.it 2 1.1
ll II S ll ll iin l ie k.30
l.ilini Ueil ,V Shi 2
THE POOR LITTLE RICH GIRL
FULTON l-st.W uflltt.ii ne e.3
rwkiun Ml u,.,i .vkj.,1 :!,i
IM.MIl.MIM I, l I. Mil il In MAY 10.
l ,Vi Tin M lifrir MI'Mlll' S i IllIWDS
A. t'o-Uorkrri ti'-cdii
of the Soc.
l I llrrlew
IIMIICISW I2mist I . s l-i'ii Mnl In ilny
THE MASTER MIND ""?11!;,!': v"
NEW AMSTERDAM m
OH! OH! DELPHINE
Ihe l.a,i Uunl lii Jluilial liimeili.
LIBERTY w 41,1 'S -1i Hlmrn"
kIBCnil IIuIIihm. Wril. A .sal. a llll.
THE PURPLE ROAD
lunuirur duc IM'HVIKHIV til VIM)
IN0W THE RABE m'ais nut it 101 n
OF NEW YORK,1111'11'" n nnv i i
iur nm luniv, AN ,.,,T V()I ,iS
el I C T V lfunyA imiist 3ii.
" I Mnlll.r.' il vlll ? ni
It I ,irei' that
GLOBE I Mon"i,:,i""-,.iil",no
lint ntunU)' I The Jjidy of ihe slipper
mid III use
CENTURY THEA. 'i-
.'pr'anANGELINI-GATTINI OPERA NftX)-
Tur. WrJ Mat A 1 c. lliurs I S.il(im.
hiiiu'lil; Imlanr; of urcli l.tt leul.i, titc-S2
11 ili Wed
of 11 .1 ii 'I,. i llriiim 4(1
l "I'eit n' Mi lliurl."
A Sit iii.
ri TIMfSP Ui-ll.MSt I u-nlncai - IS
CLIiriUb Mall'""'!. Weil , sal . l.i
WITHIN THE LAW
TIlr.ATIll'. Il'wnj (Till
l's S.V . Me . 7fie !1 il
DAILY MA 1 INi:i' :.v:l-75e
I ,liM('iiln Mftmlie I arkii.i lluir) AMI
I w ii, nt r ii it A in . 1 r.iuK I eir.irt mim. a iui.
tlrfuiil mnl III"- i:ii'liii", .liillil SHOW
mii.n Um Sarah Rarnharril V iw
inui wa wwiwii bivimiiiiihi i d m
A III.: il i 'Hi' lllll.
Mall ilnleih rilled.
nri Acrn wei mh st 1:11:1 " )'.
Math 'ln-ilay A sal : IS.
YEARS OF DISCRETION
caiini in wii imsi rut. at a in
ntrUBklW Mais ' Weil A, sin 1(1
.1-. A Good Little Devil
t'arnexle l.weiim, .17111 SI "III Ai ::'. tu tl,
rwiri hah a.is ami t. .10 i
PANAMA CANAL -IALKAN WAR
mnl Tin stuiiV ill sti:am
wm.i.iam m v THEATRE "'""' SSI-
MIIUII1S' ' I "tWint ki,. i;1(. ;.
I JO in 11 : I' .M . auilillle ami Mni nmenlur
;, ileal IrMi t nllei n-. Iliillin A l iillir IJ IMheri.
, , iioor ;.kiii:. i miaiu-.t. iiam'im,
ninunli ll' nay A DIIDItcniir
ULURIDin I7IH Si, DL'nLtdUUt 'In ilny.
THE GOLDEN CROOK Xli'iVhk
Tllllll '1 hca.. 41 lliiuiry Tel 2i:i'.l I rallKltll.
I KALI A .i ito;i(AMi'i:itA o,
In nli!lil.:10 IIOIIi:Mi: I'uiiular I'rlue
AMIIUHSTKIVH lllll. I.V 11. VAN' A: lllUt.'
l;e.,.vi 7iie i.mi. imii.m' m.i i r.i( n in.
UATINUH lA'llIIVIof S3 In "I'HDI'H" and Ii
MY,:.V. A60r. Oiher Ills Aru. .
IRVING PLACE THEATRC
to the outside
IN Till; AlOUNTAINSOFBRRKSMIRH
I Lenox, Massachusetts.
ALMON C. JUDD, MANAGER.
Will Opm June lull, 1013.
5 Willi in lnillinniiiM milled und retlernrnleil
. lliriHiehitul, ll N iire-emlnenlly Ihe fluent lnuun
1 lulu ieotl hiiiel iiiljm'rnt In .N'eu rk, belni: hut
three hiniri l.i S 1 , V 11 A II. II It l-ouilnl
1 ullhtn a hi'iiiillul evinienf rtm lines hi nn nllltmle
' ul feet, II N Ihe Uinl Milulliill u( the kumiller
problem lur Inilnes men nml nthirs M'hu iltl"e
' h reiri nf mi'i'Hllilllly line ilelralile rnltuire
I to ulTer In etiniii.ctltiti iilh the hnlrl m rvli e
llmiklnu reireeniiiilie m 1 1 HO HrimilMfii.
, I inter s.llne Miitilik'elliilit
'Ihe riliin. Mnlerliur, Conn,
f ninir I.T'e Mllhln n lUir"
iiniir ul Ihe (.ruiil t'enlrl.
I ii i:,'ii- . tia.i
. ni.wi(i;niiuii ,
HOTEL GRAAUTAN i
lanrenr 1'JrL. Iliuniillle, N. T.
I III'. ADIIIOMI V KS
Lake Placid, New York.
A Seleil and ltetrlited Itexirt
OI'I'NS Jl NT 1 firrAtly enlarged 'I hnmuchly
iciio' aleil and tilurni'lieil M Until Mutte.
i im: i.oi.r i, inks.
I'holre I'lirnWieil I .Htaite for llenl nverlnnldnj
J.aUe I'laelil and ll'-.o.- Lake. 12 tn 14 rimint,
all l(lllenlellee leeatiil iihk1 HunUlel
8rr.vi:s 11011:1. .. Mke rineiii. n. v.
LAKEWOOD, N. J.
The Ideal Mirlm: ti lie.it ainiiiik' Ihe pines- whrrn
imuliiiir llle urn li he-' lennli, Itlilln it. Drlvlnir.
Mntiirlnit. Hunting I rni .hmitlnc nr.
l.ol.r in it Miin'iti llnl.s ut Ihe liKenood
( ountr I lull
I'lll.ll liitirnnil.in.il piarllce Fme thtoutb.
LAUREL IN THE PINES
I It . Mi r. sin: 1 1:. Mgr.
. .1. Ill 11 I'll V, Mur.
Ke.uheil friinl . V. In l enlrill It. H. nf X. .1.
a iionr.H.v hotel
.Voted for a Homellkn
I. II. hl'AMlKMlKHI!
HOTEL NEW ENGLAND
fo rirnlinn ie. A Learh. I'rlvale liathi, nn,
nlnt wtter I !oon:, ruvalor io ilreit leviU
un I'arler. Cipaclty J5. Special Riirlnc raut.
Hooll-t. H VII AX A WILLIAMS.
AT I. A .VI 1 1' CITV, .V. J.
josiah wirn; a iii.NS comi'a.nv.
HOTEL LELANDE ViS:
UnotistructPd ocean ilfw ruom. I'.lcvilnr,
lii.l . Sprint rales. JACUII 11. HAWK,
ari TCUIDC Miclnla Ale. anil llench,
Wll.lanillC opin all ear. Liery
nipulnlinenl ami tonifiirl SAMI'i:i. III. LIS.
Poennn Mntintulns, Canndeniila,
NEW SPRUCE CABUTiNN W,,?
en milie. anil iilih hath. Ilonklet. ('retro Sia
linn. II I. A W It II. W J A M. II. 1'IIICi:.
Hotel In l.el Mill: IH ItKKIIAVK.V."
i.aki; si ri.i.. , ii.
Aililre I raiiiln llami. Ilurlehaven, N" Tt.
Printing & Advertising
Chnuf (.KAMI ID.MIIVI. I'VI.AIK,
9IIOW ', y, rnv, A I'll II, Ml in an.
U InerraM' ynur huslne.liy seeing Iniieniheriihaie'
dune ll. Iileits nil tap fur every htuliie- man
and Miiildil. Iiileresllng ami educational the
Mlilmt iuslhlu rnnt'e nf exhibit. Day ind
eieiilng. AilmisMiin toe, Chlldrrn Uf.
nml 11 other big ncta.
IIOTKI.H AMI REBTAVKANTB.
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