Newspaper Page Text
PLAIN JOHN SMITH
WOULD TILT LID Member of Rockefeller Bi? ble Class Sees No Harm in Fighl ?Vi Jack's. .SPEAKS AT HEARING ON NIGHT LICENSES .Many Resta rants Represented and 3:?30 A. M. Is Suggested as Closing Hour. 1,, - thrown by N??S I mann-?er* ??h. never 1 tier. ? t was at ?OW -. ?timlt ? ? , . ? fore ?>rion. I . ml-ttee" ??? Herman Kl.h!?.-, thi Rev. Nehetnlah Boynton, Prof? din H. Oiddinga snd ?Fred Bterry orate ? n hiin<1. and Wlilisis B. ?Bill? ret t ' Tl "nias M Mulry were abeenl Th?? committe?* ;,1 ?.??'? . le Information on n? < turnal dejrlutltlon and Irabib i ?Sill then make ils r eco m - ? ? to the Mayor. Jusl as -Mr S/aa beginning to ? ..?.- ?? ere Srssn't e'oin.- to he any ng ow - Henry Bmlth ar.se to that ht lio man ?vlth a n name. Ha the;: proceeded to make b msslf so .Mr. Smith is a member of John D, Rockefeller, Jr.'h. Bible class, but. for all that, he couldn't see why a little thinir like a fight In a restaurant?his referem-e being to Ja-'k'??- un*, any reason why that resta'ir-'r.t's ?Icetnae should be amputated. "There axe lots of fights in N??vv York.'" > he declared. Prank A. K. Brland. representing the ?-JIotel MOD'S Association, helped to keep ?the conversational ball rolling my making a pair of recommendations: First, that ?temporary all-night licensers continue to ??he obtainable when large dinners are being served; second, that hotel dining rooms be permitted to stay open all right, lust as many of the cheaper restaurants are granted the privilege. Mr. Rldder inquired what the erxsaker thought of ordering drlnka before 1 o'clock and serving them about 8 80. Mr. Poland hesitated and Bald he'd think It ??ver Alderntan William Lane, representing the Pekin, Tokio and other restaurants. said he had noticed that "the people liked intlllate from one place to another." He advocated 2 'i0 o'clock as a reasonable hour for turning off the music, ca?-?.ret end liquor, and .":K<) o'clock at a fit clos ini* hour res Fischer appeared for Reisen ? -'s. tvie ?Jaelna and the Hotel Rhel e; Jr.hn J. Uyrna put In a good word foi the United Liquor Dealers' Associa? tion ..f Kings County; Adolph Sueiskind fur Terra??? ??arrten, and Al Koelhl* backed him up with a thst the larne (ierman population of lty he not depriveid of their b?-er. All ?faction with the pr?s Hi iavv, but indlcatod a willingness to WetV a any litt ? liberties that the roni ? might recommend. ".-^h'lt up the tango places." was the message of I >r. Ramuel O. Tracy "J^et t?. few good places stay open, so that noc? turnal workers will not be deprived of a place to go." Mis? Mary de Cl Trenholm and Bflsa II K. Qri-ham addressed the commit'.?-?,. Mies Trenholm, a ?SStttoanSBt worker, urged that public dance halls be ma?Je? to abide by t-'ie liquor laws. Bosse 0? them, ehe doelsred, -served drinks as late r,s t o'. ?ay morning. Misa '.raham Is geMTS] ?.?-cretary of the copal Churches' Temperan'?? Boclety .uid an advocate of eany Oloslng After the hearing th? committee bal? anced It? books sad that some people thought one way and sorr.e an? other. So there wlil be hi other h'-erln? <?n Monday afternoon. John Kunstan, proprietor of Jacsk's, ca'.leu at the City Hall yesterday but did not succeed in seeing Mayor Ifltohel. He. ??as referred te .-? ?retan ?'? ?? !?v. and was with him or.'.y a few mir, ? Mr Woods said thst l?*r.?itan had In? quired the reason for revoking hie 11 g, arid was told what the secretary's ? had disclosed. ?SOt asked for a renewal of the ' -. WtX .is . HAMDS GONE; LOSES FEET Long Island Farmer Overcome by Cold Again Operated On. .ne 1 aline?le, L i Da-vid Btngle? ? a ? iflhl ? ' :?'-* " ?-'?? i.', wit-. lie walking thrse mil? s a Hempeteed Plains to his I H ?spitni ? ? whs p| -7. insdtMia in road, when i ? ? .-?. to I aev? . "*r v/. D -"A-"/V_ , ?^ *4V\ erp?fsfA/T/jt/G t?* *o^ oX- tT/N&S CO. FIVE "TRUMPS" OUT AGAINST KOEHLEF Party of Sergeants fron Fort Caswell, N. C- Will Testify To-day. ip-rom a Staff Correepondent of The Tribuna/ New London, ?"onn,, March 11.?Flv fferi-.i-tinta In the Frlted Statee Army, wh? arrived to-dny at Fort Terry, where th? court martial of Major Penlainln M Koehler, of the coast artillery, la beln, he.d, will clinch tho case for the prosecu tlon. It la said. The men, who wer? brought from Fort c.aswell. near WU' mlngton, N. C, will probably go on th? atiiiid to-morrow. In If*"?" Major Koohlei wai -riptaln of the 79th Company, coas artillery, at Fort Cnswell. Tha fact that the mm were not ordere?! to ar'pear during tho trial proper, bu' were held back, as well as their havln* been ordered her?? to testify personally Instead of submitting depositions, as It customary in courts martial whon wit? nesses are stationed at dlatant pointa, in dlcates that the five sergeants are th? trump c.irds of th? proaecutlon. The men are Servants L.ow1b Murphy Alfred Welling and Albert Held. ""Hi Company: Joseph S. Plmpaon, 31st Com' j any, and Allen Id. Davis, a member of a mine planting company. An order was received to-day frorr Llndley M. Garrtaon, Secretary of War to hasten the trial. In consequence, 11 wps ?Announced that the case would prob? ably be ended by Satur iny. It was rumored at Fort Terry to-dav that the published Statement of Seoretarv Garrison, that unless Major Koehler wni rcn~"lcted It would mean the co'irt mar Hailing of several other officers. woriK f'irm the basis of a new trial for the de t If he were J-.rdKod guilty. The r*trlHl would be asked, It was said, or tl ?? prounds that ?"??eretary Oarrlsnn'f < nt had prej'iiliced the case :,gains' Mn'fir Koehler Among the witnesses to-day was Ser? jeant William J. O'Hrlaji, 146th Company Fofi Wright, who told what he know ol Major Koehler when the latter was at th? l're.=l !!o, San Fnn<rlnro. Several private? also t?"k tha stand. Major Andrew Moses, acting command <r of I""rt Wright, a llfelonK frlind oi Major Koehler. snd who has nlready testl fled as to Koehler*S exemplary conduct called to-morrow by the prosecu tion to explain technical matters havlni? ta tJo vvlth the alibis wh)??h the dofone? has sought to e?tat:!uh for Major Koehler A v..!!,?-?? for the proaseutloa t<?-da> ? ?irli-s *v7?auf-E**lise, captain of th? ? ? ? ? ?:?-n??ral Brannan. of Which Ser s?ant Charles A Moody, who also ha? ?d, Is pi ?? 'St. Captain Nottf-Esliw I? sa'.! tu havi corroborated Serireanl Moody'a assortions. Major Koehler In his youth was friend? ly vvlih .lohn .?eeob Astor. Koehler, It If said, was a bank derb when Astor ob for him nn anpointmont t?> thf Mates Militar-' Aca?eray. Upon ?? ? ?i,idua!'.,Ti nt \\<-.?t Point h?? Joined the ?'!!. Artillery company, and wh?i, th* Bpaniah Wet staitcd he-oame an Offlcoi in the volunteer battery orjcanlzed by Mr. Growing Things in a Garden? It Can Be Done! ?Maybe vour gard?* n covers many wide acres ; maytV it is situated on a fire escape. No rnattf-r. We have much to t??fl you o? ?peftuaaive methods with reliKt.int vegetable! and flowers. A Permanent 1'eature of THE SUNDAY TRIBUNE PRAISE FOR MARSHALL Work in Protecting Innocent Lauded at Grand Jury Dinner. a denunclstlon of the praetice of "some district attorney?" in revealing details in eases before gran?! Juries and strong praise of I'nlted Slates District Attorney Marshall were made last night at a dinner of the federal grand .Hirors i-.y one ,,f the (urymen The dinner at the Hotel Manhattan, was In celebration of the end of an un? usually lonir term '.f service The af? ternoon January an?l February Federal Grand Jury, ni It was known, wns heii for two ?months Its chief work was the preparation of Indictments in the Heltmeyer-Alexander an3 i.tttnuer csssa and the Investigation Into the sources of Informatloi of The Trihune, rjrhleh pu?? llehed ?SXClualve accounts of the two cases mentlone-d Without apesklng the name of the I?ls trlct Attorney he had in mind, the Jury? man described him as a man willing to ?BSCliflCO the rsputStlOBS of men to ?sat? lsfy his own nmbltion. He objecte?! to gl-, 1rs; oui "Inspired" accounts of testl mony before grand .'urles, accusing eomeUmea men Innocent of crimes?tes? timony Which, he said, often was never brought Into ?souri With this practice he con'rasted the attiluile? of Mr Marshall The United .?-'?ateo Attorney and sev? eral of his assletsnta were guests at the dinner. Among the lattsr were ASSlstsnt I'nlted States Attorneys I 'arst.-irphen. Boyle, Bsrfstty, Btsntoa arid Hsrpsr. ?Boyd Decker, foremati of the ho?ly, pre ?s i -1 ?? < 1 U. S. EXPRESS WILL QUIT1 Parcel Post Proves Too Much for Big Concern. Realizing that u ?unnot ?-ompete with the parcel poet, the I'nlted .?-Hates Kxpress Company hae decided to go out of busi? ness. This move le being made by the principal ?-tockholders, who are now draw? ing up plane for the concern's dissolution. Final action waits on the re?,?,rt of the attorneys and expert ?accountants This will save ?the assets. The Unltsd States Expreso Company ha? been operating for sixty years. It pros pereii until the ?ovi-mment established the parcel post ?Even then it was able to keejj Its head lust abov?? water, but when the Int'-rstato l'onirnerce Commission made effee-tlve, on February 1. new ex? press rates, ih?> profits began to dscliasso rapidly It srss BSSO that, unless liquida? tion proceed inga were taken, there would ooon t... n'.thing left to distribute among the st'ickln.lil. rs There nte 100,000 shar? s of Cnited Htate.s Expresa stock, which was quoted yestet dav at ?M, the Muhest figure It has n-a'hed in some time The ligure was IH ?,.?, Mar?-h. 1910. SHELTER FOr'cHURCH FOLK St. Luke's, Burned Out, to Use Messiah Edifice. The coiinrcentloti of St Luke's Prot estsni Episcopal fJhttreh, of Prusfalye will bold ltd services for the present at the Protestant Bpi?eeo-pal <*hur?h <?f the Meselah, ?Qreene ?and ?Clerioont avenuea, a fe? blocks from the structure which was burned on Monday etrsnlng The ehurcll Offietala have not yet de? cided what ?an be dOM about rebuilding Bt i.ukes it in ?probable thai the new . bur? h will etsnd on the old site, in ?'Union avenue, between Fulton Street and atlantic avenue, but th?-f.? Is small likelihood that the walls or the old mn- i ters?is ?can ' a reueed. Experts are now i examining ?he walls The f4<?.f>oo organ is now known t?> i ?? a total irrsck. Ths ?iiM.i anee on th?- ehureb nnd par Ici, house will amount to 1171,4)4)0, but th? loss will far ex, ????<) this amount. There Is also |11,4)4)0 Insurance on the r?-< tory, but this building was only .? lightly ?flatnagt ?i -?-? Brooklyn Dwelling's Sold. B, .1 r?f,,i/i, s?,l?l f.?r 1'aul Conaelly the pi?.t. ?jOxMI f'?t. ?.n the a-outh side of ttth street, U0 feel east of ?Sixteenth avenue F a Kontet sold the t??<, atory two family brie! dwelling at No asi WeirAeld , ?r?-?-t f,?r a Mi I Ii s?'helih?-?,'t er t?. a cli? ent, aud No. tVA 1'ark a??nue, ? two family frame dwelling for IdOUla Jae?*ri lo Id. Imbrlano. UiUhi'm Volk SOU No. F24 4"th street. ?I il,re?? ?rot- flathoiiee, between Fifth .md Sixth avenues. HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. ]***/*?*?? ??i-v?^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^?? Delmonicos Th? Dansant Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridaya 4 t(? 6:>U O'cliick IN THE PALM TRELLIS EXHIBITION DANCING j MISS DONNA BAIN MR. DONALD CRANE INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION ?yyywywyyywwywyyyyyyyyyyw^ CrVFE B<42JL_-V/4RD Dancing Saturday and Sunday Afternoons in the Grille. ?Broadway & 41st St. IN WIFE'S ATTIRE HE GETS PROPOSAL Wlnsted Man Masquerades In Own Club, Starts Suffrage Row and Arouses Chivalry. ,Bv T-lejraph to The Tribune 1 Wlnsted, Conn.. March 11.-Clad In hi? wlfe'a finest raiment with rorset to give hla form a feminine appearance, and crowned with a plume bedecked hat that , was becoming to his tinted complexion, i Idester Harnes went out on a lark lust night and carried the Impersonation of a ? woman so well that hla be?t friends did I not recognize him. Furthermore, he received one proposal of marrlaa-e, he says, was the cause of an altercation ainl caused consternation In a men'e club, the rulen of which say no woman shall pass Its portals. Harnes himself Is a member of the club. After startling customers In a drug? store, where he purrhasevl a package of cigarettes and lighted one, he stroll-d over to the clubhouse, using hla own key to set In through a side door. Knterliifr the parlor where men were playing cards he Introduced himself as, a campaigner in : the cause of equal suffrage. ! All but two signed up. The lone two were offiYers, and they politely asked the i suffragist to leave after showing "her" I the house rules. *_6q_S| suffra?e," "she" contended, Quick change now to ?Spring overcoats. Our stores are full of them. Variety to satisfy the most ' exacting. Gay grays, somhre grays, browns and Oxfords. Many cut with Raglan ; shoulders. Scotch tones predominat | ing. _ For rain or shine? ?Spring overcoats of fancy "Scotch Mists." To the eye?just smart; Spring coats of fancy Scotch , cheviots. To Spring showers--abso? lutely proof, as sriown in our windows the other day when water streamed all day long i over coats pulled out of regu ! lar stock. Rogers Peet COMPANY, Three Broadway Stores at at at Warren St. 13th St 34th St. AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS. fc*f ?_Bk_. A ? h \ !*?*} [Vi I I a?h i?v . 4.!?i-44th. Plrsstlon Masan Bhaberl Datljr Mat. et 1 BsstBeatsfl. Erentnsa. 8 Going! Going!! See H Now or Never!!! LAST 14 "nVc'?-J?!8 WORLD'S GREATEST SPECTACLE '?"*., BIVED AM? ISVFNTKIi Bl ARTHUR VOEOTUN: BTAOBD BY *"*"_. J. WILSON. MUSIC AM? LTRId HY MAM'K". K-UN: DRAMA*nc-BOOK BT JOHN P. \VIL_?>N. 5_W-"aSSVft HIOH JINKSWIIITER GARDEN *5?S?5 wiu, itej ? v?i?",, ,,1(5 rj-, Uwl. ,THE WH|RL OF W0RLQ LYDIA I.YKIC. Rvfi I IB M?'? vv.d _Ba*_S:U.I_ ,,,r- .ki.mi, D! AUPU? DlUr? Supported by Hurry Conor __?h *"l riu?a.. "?" B'way B? -nina? s Maie. ?LWni-nt niilU ,? ..H|IPn Mamila -.mili?-.." WH* ?*?*.??, rle '??- Prop Bai Mar.11 ftWed. 39thSL riiKA i??- k?ts The MIDNIGHT GIRL .. *..?d,M";.W",' a"'V,,? ? ""h OEOHOI MACFAKLANE. TOO MANY COOKS ^?Vl^; L?TTLE ?'..--w ?,",-, ,,,,?1, ?. *??>.-?'*?? ?*?????-?. -???"*l* :-! itlaeasWsd. ana Bet. I 30 ? HELP WANTED ??? mm? ,m?:_A?!u' ? ?,.. ???.. ? ? i,.-. VIDA Sill ION In MONOLOGUES i,"'.? Ruccese KHIV VlA?l?AY' TldlK Aft at 4 S-ats. f 1 ?K? ami ?1.50. tOM i i i i*i ?AV."-./*-? a Maaad-emanl "" lllaaa it. F-.tkim M WINK KM lOIT s i h???. Bra l:tHl Mai ? Mar IT. A \V.-,' PLAYHOUSE 4"th^a0,-^V./*2S?S BOOTH^-^.? OMAR 1HF I tll\f;s THAT lOlM m? ? T u .v sat -. i?, win Mil I III. I III."H7."J I ll/?A I *Ld?V>"Ui"l ? ,,. v n\|| s FOHT_ln The TEMMAK1.R, it- ' ? . i ? n? - '?'? ??: iND ye; TO-DAY lUimCBTThea Nth v i Ml?- !? |:|fl -?-.?i- r?. i? WEEKS IN ADVANCE onUDCni Matine-? Wed andSat.. 3:1S. BBIUAFCO THE'TII, A THOUSAND YEARS AGO rHINUCOO ??^J??& , M ^E?SS?i vs? mu? puts ^;'!';:;, liAURETTE TAYLOR s,i,,,|av a' :< c.** HHrlr'f8,n- PUBtot CORT Wed and *-??*??.??? ?"?????.. | MANHATTAN OP. HOt'SE. TUT llinr ?i-i <>? m\ in \iti ,; . ? : ?... Hr Kr CORT - SPECIAL TOM'W AT 2:15; WEIEK "???? ' M1L LunL SECOND <>k TliK Kill It iratdTAL M-VTs. Slnrlliiit Nest Monday? 1'wlr? Dally. t .iiii in i ?. ?. i tu) i " IHL LHKIb 1 IAN Lftl I1L I I L iniLun ME AKT CO, Hell Celee*s Meetsi?-*"e?Be ta Matte? Pieties In ,i Onr- \rt l?1a>?? by .1. Hartlr? Minnrr*. | Pri?es -*>'? an?1 Mr Jloi** fl o?> 8?n(* \n? QUIZ! NEXT SUNDAY in The TRIBUNE I "should predominate," and "she" refused to go. When the two officers tried to eject "her." "she" rallied her cohorts in the ca'ise. and as a result an altercation en? sued, and the officers ?--utt the club. Afterward one of the rluh members Is I said to have proposed to "her" ' other waa Informed that he ?i-.*8* ?"*? | a wife. ^.?ai Fames disappeared as mysteriotw I he entereil. and not until to-day ^?T " . club members learn the ldentltv . ** t , ,. -????i? or i?_,. : visitor. W w SHIRTS are the best fitting and best wearing shirts made. The spring styles sparkle with new patterns, unique colorings and novel effects. $I.S0 and up. Every shirt typical of TROY'S BEST PRODUCT. EARL & WILSON MAKERS OF RED-MAN COLLARS r AMUSEMENT3. MW YORKS LEADING T THESE THEATRE* AND ATTRAi'Tl WITH THF. Ti SON (I). THE I?I>1 (AN UK OHTAINEI1 DIRECT AT ? irm/fDIDlTI'''-' -?*?' ??? ^ ?-*>?? Evea 8-sn. ILIVIrlKIl, ?. ,.., ?afed end Sa' . 2 to. la j. M Barrtsri " : -??stlC C ?rat "THE I KO END OF LEONORA."_ f?lICTY D'way ?s14M st Etres at 8:2g. URICII Mat?ases Wed und !-*?u H. w. >Ssvsge*a "Dowa Fast" dine.?.?-. MAUDE ADAMS ALONG CAME RUTH "l'arkeil full of -who|e?w?nie comedy line? and homely ?.entliix-iit." PrSSa ill I1C ft ?II W. Hth .-'? . 17 ?f B'y. Evs.8:20. nUJdUn Matisse Saturday, 2 -"'. WHAT WOULD YOU DO? NEXT M< 'NDAT night. SI KTB r?) I>.\Y MARGARET ?figj ?SfW?E* AMRIIH THI'HS.rm .?i.?5\T -THE WWW LI W i \?||\(l M|- Tu,-; gHREW" KNICKERBOCKER 1 18 St. Er. at g I IST 1 TIMES Laut Mai THF: UUGHIN? HUSBAND KEXT MONDAI NIOHT. Sent h i"o-<lay. JULIAN ELTINGE _ In THE (KIMH.INE OQtL. LS?^rULT0N* Vv-TM?LfAOlriGLAin pD?kn -' B -: $1 Mir 5S .Vnn uKAIlU Swinburne, The Mad-rap Duche? ?*.< u.? v. - ed/'wlthBru eM Rae l im?ti? Sjatery ?lelo.lriini I l,i ill?. Cl TltirC 124 St. W of IVtvay. I've-?. 8:16 tLlinuL rgstlnees Wed I HARRIS1 BOttlll Mata WH S Sat.. 2:20 (4111 INS HI m PLAY, 7KEYST0 BALDPATE (?0Mt,*CI,E THE'LAST RESORT ?.'?V APAIR0FSIX?ZS?Iad1t 1.41N G ACRE. March C'^nd, Sunday. 8:13. ?Benefit Conosrt for The Citarlo?* Houss for Mental Defectives. Seat? now at Q ???>?'. \~nr Book Concern. ??,A'.> Fifth Aver-;,-. Mrs. \'ye National Arts ?''?b, ?nd after Merck I 14 at box office. PHILHARMONIC SO?'IKTY OF NEW yrii'K JOSEF STKAN8KY. CONDI (TOR, To-mnrr<m (Erlilay) Afternoon at l?iSO. WEBER, Overture "Der Frelseattete**; Si^III'MANN ConeertO for Violoncello and Orchestra; MEXDEL88* ?HN-BARTHOLDT, from "A Mldrammsr NlfhfS Dream", ?SCHC? BCRT, Symphony N ? I So! -t LEO SCHULZ Violoncellist. CARNEGIE Hill. :. keta S4 Tjnx Office. BROOKLYN ACADEMY OF MUSIC Next Siindii.? \fternoon at 1:18, Soloist. Mine. JULIA CULP t SYMPHONY CONCERTS ? VOX'. rOI KO l'EOl'l.I . ? Saturday Aft., arch 14, at 2:30 m M Y SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA ? WALTER DAMROSCH ronductor ? THE EYOEITION 111' HIE l)\\(l. ?a fr<?m prehistoria times to the iiree.' nt day. ? %?g! CASTLE ir: ? TUts at Offl? e, I WM Sh\, & Carnegie Hull. ( arne?le Hull. Hun. Aft., March 15. at 3. E. Tickets, TBe. to 12.00, now nt rio. , ir?? Mat WOLF-BO H N t? REAU. gtalawST Fie Pfll AMIil William la.rrshiim S Cm. lyULUnini. ,-r,,.p m joeephlne Flaaagaa lip.il? Mill 25?N .<? - 7 ?Big Is INN \ HELD, TRIXIB FRIOANZA, LOUI8 K U.I.X -vNl'F.H. [i .; IS B ?.iv ?- i7 Bl BIM< ?N .?i ?'??.. I. \M ??('00 Mt. Seats ?SOe.lBERT A HAl.U A Others LMAN IK?. PALACE IRVING PLACE THEATRE i.? Night, Bet Met Unmet ?Vrastaettt, i>ir. I In .-ll,in. In /it|if?-nitreli-|i (Tans) NEM WEI?.. MARCH IHili. (s,.?i. No?i FIRST PERFORM ?NVK IN AMBRH \ .Bg-?r PYGMALION IWIth THEA. '.'. .1 10, : s lg, n a?, Al1m .jSo THE DRUG TERROR ?iiir?:i -. ?- or ??.i, MinK?N- i-i,r;iti7s PFNTIIRY ?',,,"v CENTRAL PA-BM UtlMIUni him si WEM ...Mi M '?"?H -4 Mete We?1 ,* Sut ?( "? ?This U,?,-w .?.- Nil Hon., "AIDA." Wh Bag ? . "TieiiHiiil-' iMarta o? the l...? land i BUNDAT M?;nr CONCERT ?::,.?. t,. |i.oo l irneme I.?..?,,,,, | .,? . j i -, s ?;, ?;;;,?; - les miserables r;: H \M MERs IT |\s r.,: ;1 ?... Hi I <? Helle ?'l.lrlliil. MiiiT" HIsi he II ll el K i.e. Vnl 'M \ ( HI.KIE- ion .? Sehep-pe, 16 other? 5 TU ni ll way a.? ? i \ i in roi ii i- i in' ,n -mi? S4 ? m?i \ " McOonnsll ? j i .?: " i:, ? ? npaon It <>itiers C ?I i ?tint ii. .? i, ?Burlessjes Mai Tode m?si stiii ii. (?resents .i.iiuii?? Webs* A USI 1 AUUl .s I.U.MKI.N 111 I 1.1 1. AMUSEMENTS. HEATRK8 AM? SVCCBMSBB, DNS I1WK NO DEALINOI 1VHATEVM SKATS KOK All. I'KKIOKlMVti TV OKK1? KS AI HF?.I I \H VHU'U. i NEW AMSTERDAM v:"\ * .. ::,; T.AST 4 TIMES. IXSTMVl HATtBMl Ve-t Muali THE LITTLE CAFE j By Iv.in Caryl! nr.?1 <' M P M?-:.#i:,? We<ln.'??lii?. -.lit?. h IS? >,-,t, ,?._, -. MAIDS I ATHENS ' Sfew Oparatta i ?? " ? \ *? ? l.?*har .?"roat >rii of "The M?i y ' - English B )ok and I jt! -4 LIBERTY *2!" ? kiBi.ni 1 - HENRY '.'?' jAV .OE Sffan BELASCO ' MATINEE l"l'V?'?'l FRANCES STARR . harms 4-,s: 25g 3 NOTHING BUT LAUGH!" i< A THE RULE ofi WALLACK'S ' \?, CYRIL MAUDE I Is tile tr?.m??n.!('iia!v I, f ~.\\'Jt1" drama VlnUmrl T COHAN'S l; - ' i.j.iw:MJc<i;iiiiiiii GARRICK:;,ii--;,?-v fzTi 5?? SMASHING THE VICE TRUST METROPOLITAN ?HP0\]\ Inda) Mat. at 2 I ?;? 1 I? ? Kiiiierrt) '?? rar, F r nla. M.,rtln, :?'? it; I" nl"iu si S Tale? ' T-ffmntt*? He-.-*. : '-! ?. ? ? R . 1., 1 elaaaa Kri.7 ,l" <.oltrr.lHiiiiii?-riiiiK Prtn 1 n rrsar, ?Wall. ?; ?rita 1. ' I . Bat, at 2 ?.in of a v\??t. D*i-_ ' ?"?a- ISO, ?1 |1 ?it. aM Pop. Price* Koenli**klnder.Tare 3: ? ion;J?rn.? 'orlte.He ? ??un. 1:.. 1 ("?ma - - - ' Seat "lin?, rrt l Jolle?, "arrar; Cum ? 1 Wee. 1 - ?.I.,, onda. riis". Ama',? .-'? > . Unir?, i 2 gotaoeetek 01 er, Henil i. All .j??. i** i. ai -dt, Relss, Ci d :"rn riinr*. ..? ?? 11 r.-. 1 Paitar! BP* Peott!. Plnl C :?*.. ? ? ? ? J _HAB DM AN 1 ' _______ C'amerrle Hall? f?-mV I ri Evt. ?? * \ 101.in m.? 11 .id. YSAYE '". RI t'. X ? ___~ '??nturv Opi-ra Hou?*-? ? I ?. .um,, H'?l "'"** mm. ? Osla ?je PREN? -l DR ?? v I ."V r"'" Y O R S K A T-i? * "I? Voleur " '"'*? ' "Jeanae ?r\r<-? -v s 'JiaasaC" A ?? l?-..i.i?itr?\'- Th r* I- Mart ?m"'1'"' il?. >a l.mme." Prt S Merit. '-llel.,nii.-' Prl - * " . SUAT.- T? 1 DAY ' US*WSe? COLORED VIEWa-MOTrCN PiCTuat* BX'NDAT KIOHT KT 4 tf ?fl 1 DI C l'ARNEOIE IIVI.I. MIHIl MON MAT. al | 3 Mil) AMSTERDAM . Hi: \ ? '_, -l'OI't LAR IHK Ei-? ?T* ",''w GLUCK CONCERT Aitorla n.rit-,!,i? .<?: rn - Mai ?k, b) th* f>j ?? ? "5 Y,?rk Mr l?.?v | . A. . 1 ? . . ,. r- ?? '"'??< aii-l $.. ? ? '.??-? ? ? ac-h Tieketa i.ir ?-. ? '? .p ii, ? M ' . ' ??v..? ;. : ?-? CARNEGIE HAM. 1?? Marri. 11. ttm COMMANDER EVA? .?.-tone** m Command of the Si tit f *?T CAPT. SCOTT'S LAST EXPEOITIO? : ?.'" Krur-A.lnilrul PEAR) iHII l?*'*'"" . _Ttck? :*. *- *: " ' ??'? :?"? ?? JARDIN?DANSE: 832lSe* MMlii??.* tVii* .< ??? to?? ??> ^.?J CARNIVAL OF DANCING ST? Moi Mi-nu, _aki S SEBASn* new york:; fTivj-'^JC! ?-..iiiinu.'u? 1 to 11. IC _JTIlS.lTllM * "^"nvMi'iii?.n.?.'-"""'',, REPUBLIC ?S^STtS \Z A..1 Tlllr- W KFK THK I "? - .. _*? ^TRAFFIC > SOULS VIIAOKAI'H ! :,' A MILLION HID ?? U?H?I>N1?-S|" ? ? ? JOHN m NN\ ' ^ -. ft Il A M A 5 .11' I' M "r, !? I'- ?' *? ' . . j WKBkK'**. ii? st. maaAtmat.t.*,^ *L ?THE GANGSTERN *"