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STOLE WIFE, HE SAYS X mm?i Contractor Has Philadel phian Arrested Here in Suit for $50,000. ACCUSED RELEASED IN $4,000 BAIL Love Affair Already Cause of One Divorce and Settlement of $200,000 Suit. C"har-*1ng that William R. Taylor, a Philadelphia lumberman, "wickedly and maliciously ' wttsrej Ins wife from him, Albert A Nlmis. of the firm of Nimie 4 Nlmis, electrical contractor? at 31 West ifiib st.. caused the SITSSI of Taylor yes? terday In a suit for tfA'JOO damages for the alienation of her affections. Taylor WM arrested by Deputy Sheriffs MoDoD? nell and Zeltner at the.? Hotel Kndlcott. Mrs. Daisy Nlmis, the wife, and their daughter. Klsie Nimis. fourt? en years old. are sta\ins .it the ?ame hotel. Taylor was released In 14 000 cash bail. Riven to Sheriff Grlfenhagen. It was said that the money was sent by Mrs. Nirr.irj. The BUM brought by Nlmis and the ar? rest of Taylor is only one Incident in the tempestuous marital lives of the parties to the strange affair, which, it was said, had its in?. j t: ?a two year? ?.go, und which airea?!y has brought about a dl \orce between Taylor and his wife and the payment of 140,000 by Mrs. Nimis to Mrs. Taylor in settlement of a **MB.BBI for the alienations of h?r husband s affections. Mr. Nimis. who is a man of wealth, lives at 53* West 156th st. Mrs Nimis i* aa.d to have a private fortune cf 1200.000, According to Nimis hla wife has ex? pressed her love for Taylor. On several occasions, Nlmis said, he tried to impress Mrs. Nimi? with the "follies of her w-ays." and In reply te his many entreaties she amid, "He In?.?-? me and I love him, and that is all there is to it. I hate you. and 1 wish 1 had never laid eyes upon you, for 1 can't bear to look at you. At last I am happy. He is as different from you a-? day is from night." All through the a'.leged love affair be Mis. Nimis sad Taylor, the daugh? ter Klsie, has been with her mother. It is even alleged by Nimis that he followed h.s wife to Atlantic City, and in the Hotel Dennis there he dis-'overed Taylor and Elsie in the billiard room of the hotel playing billiards The mother and daugh? ter were Staying at the hotel. Nlmis alleges thai he was actually com? pelled to leave Ms home, at HI l'ark uve., beca.ise his wife gave up the apartment to live at the LaSOlWri, in Madison ave., al? though after the husband had taken his belongings from the Park ave. apartment Mrs Nimis returned there to live Nlmis says that Mrs S.-h?'? nberg, the .ianitress of the SOUS? :: that Ta: . been a frequent vlMtor there and that there was much gossip among the Mil bor?. Mr.. and Mrs. Nimis were married in 1S98 and lived together until March. I Ali that time, said Nimis, their married life was happ-.. In the spring ot mx afra. Nimis weal to AshsvUkt, N. C, to Join her mother. There she met Taylor, her husband Bald Bhe rSHCSlned la Asheville about ten ei?': I In April, Mrs von Ramdohr, mother of Mrs. Nlmis, died, and a short time there? after Mrs Nlmis w.-r.t to Atlantic City with her daughter. Nimia followed, and that -was the occasion when he discovered his daughter and Taylor placing billiards. Nimia sssi ? ' Mr i Nimia now lives in Phllsdel] Mrs. Margaret ?'. Taylor sued Taylor in Peni.s.-.vuMa for a divorce, naming Mrs Nimis as cores) 'indent. She obtain? d her decree. She also sued Mrs. Nimia In the Vnlted States District Court for \. ? M but the suit never came to trial, be ause of the 140,000 settlement by the ?vornan in lene, with the husband of the Wife Who was suing her. $7,000 ADDED TO FUND Industrial Educators Plan to Raise $100.000 by May 15. B 17,001 were re lunchSOB held in the Midday ? Broad si by the ? ; s of the "- lety for the ei luetrlal Education, who mini to raise 1100,000 in this B BtlbSCI ip? il to ?late up to tit? || | l yesterday and Oeorge i I'ratt I SB P. Pratl ga\e 1 ? of the Al? bany Day ! n N, Hethel. vice preaideal of the New fork T. Company; H Thayer, pr?sident of the Western Electric Company, and Mrs l'.oi??i: yesterday. .1 N1? Laleb ball the committee. ? ? GIRL STRICKEN ON VISIT TO HOSPITAL Attacked with Appendicitis and Gets Cot Alongside Two Women. Her Cousins. Lying on adjoii ? In the same room at ti.? ? n The Bros i are three > " : ?. I ! lUI rrs They are psl - ! Jncoln Hosplta cord av. as I ll St., and popular ? -.he borough On April M Urs EBdward C. 8 ' 6r?> Bergen av . a bride of less than a ?ear. entered the institution as a ma? ternity patient, and 0 ?CUpied a bed next to her cousin. Miss Ittnnte Weiss. Who ?vas remov? i fr m bei 'me. Ut K?st ;t?th st . se iffering from cancer The third young woman li Miss \ Mur?t ' her cousins at Ihe hospital yesterday Miss Murat was suddenly seized with an at? tack of appendicitis a d eras plaood m the rema:r.i I ? I ed. Sightseeing Yacht Resumes. The sight.-" and after to-day ?a ill leave the Hatter? landing, near South Perry, dall) a m and 2 S" ;>. m The trip takes about tao and one-half houn iround ??lanhattan Island It is pai o.tins of educational ?.alue, . MltSI taining trout Btart to :.-...-?? a lecturer aaa? I .In a a ' ?uni? ?tl?????a?. I 3,000 PUPILS WIN STRIKE Philadelphia Boys Need Not Buy Food at High School. (By Telegraph to The? Tribune | Philadelphia. May 8.- After elgh t*<-*n month.?.' i-ontrnvenry, wtilrh re suited r?-v?-_t*r>- m the ?*-*?*i??lLshr_i-nt of S bani?Srr Mr-'.- . the ::.'XI> boy ?r,;rj. -, . st the Central lligli Sc_m>r here- htv-> won the privilege? <?f brinsnns; their own lanrhwi??? and ?nims tln-ni outdo?:?v. Instead of h.-tvtnr*; tr? "BBSS the foo.1 sup? plied by dhs <fty nnd ?tat It Inside t*.? school st BOOQ. Dr. Rob**Tt TheimpMui, pi-esldent of the school, grant??! their demands to-?lay. During the last wrek the school fSHB lost hundreds of dollars on a?-<-oiint of the refusal Ot the students te? patron? ise? the ?ity .sandwich and milk supply. The? tioys' vle-tory was the result of m?'tllatl<?n batwSSH the school BOthOTl? ties and stuelint represen tat i vea. tickeY^??nce as price raiser McBride Agency Tells Mayor Proposed Curb on Speculators Would Hit Public. The McPilde theatre ticket agency, through counsel. Thomas F. Gilroy. Jr., yesterday BUbtalttsd to Mayor Mitchel a ! rief in opposition to the proposed ordi? nance prohibiting speculation In theatte tlikets. in which It is declared that the ultimate result of the ordinance will be to Increase the price of all tlcketa, wher? ever ?old The argument is made that the ticket bureau? are public conveniences, nnd that If the burea.ua are wiped out "the public will demand the conveniences In Mm? other form." The theatre Interests, according to the brief, will then estab? lish joint ticket bureau? of their own, and th? expense of maintaining them trill be so great that an Increase In the privies of all tlcketB will b? Inevitable. As a eubstltute for the ordinance the brief suggests the licensing of ticket bu? reau?, and that permission be exteneled to ?ell ticket? at an advance of W cent? Violations of this rule, declare? the brief, should be punishable by revoking the license of the bureau, "or other punish? ment " The ordinance, which has been passed by the Board of Aldermen and provides for the wiping out of nil forms of ticket speculation, muet be signed or vetoed by t.'.o Mayor on or before next Tuesday. FALL KILLS FIRE CHIEF Head of Camdert Department Loses Life in $20,000 Blaze. ? By Telegraph la Tl -1 riSaa? | ?'nmd'-n. N J.. May 8?Charles WorthlOgton, Chief of the Fire De? partment h??r. lost his life- to-night In a tire which swept through the plants of the fJamden Elect-opiating Com pany and the New Jersey Automobile Brad Supply Company, causing a loss of about ll'O.OOO. Wurtlilncton was walking on the | roof of the works To avoid a skylight he? st.-ppcrl into an alleyway, which he failed to see In th.- darkness, falling two stories upon a trriek pavement. BAD FISH AT BELLEVUE Health Officers to Probe Con? signment of 500 Pounds. Fish was not Included In the menu at Bellevue Hospital yesterdav. despite the fact that It was Friday Rut It wr?s far fr"m being unnoticed, especially by th? offl'-lals at the Hepartrrent of Health. The health officials. In fact, were In p:irt respe.nslble for the curtailment, having decided that five hundred poanda Of i'"!)'ick at the- hospital was not fit to m' Aa a result of this discovery an .ration will he made to find out why had fish was sent to the Institu? tion. The food inspector Informed the contractor that a consignment of five hundred pounds on Thursday was not up to requirements. Then the '-ontractor sent five hundred pounds more yester? day tvhich was worse, It wns said. Two food inspectors from the Depart? ment of Health were then called in. when the fish was condemned and meth> - lone blue sprinkled over It to make sure it w finid go nowhere else but to the offal heap Meat and egg:= figured prominently in il" ruions of the twelve hundred pa? tients and five hundred BBBPloySB yestsr. day HERTZ REVEALS GRAFT PAYMENTS Testifies Wasserman Came to Collect Tribute on Every Saturday. Joseph A WsSSertttSn, former police? man and associate* with the late "Eddie" Reardon In the office of District Attorney Jerome, was one of the most Industrious and methodical collectors" on the Hast Side, according to testimony by Jacob - Hertz yesterday in Justice Braely'? part' of the Supreme Court. In The Bronx Hertz, whose wife Is "Hoslo" Hertz, traa B witness In a libel suit for *a<*0,e?<> irought by Wasserman against The Bronx Home New? Publishing Company. Hertz su.l that It was not long after the _exow revelation? tha' he met Was- , serman and began paying protection money to him At first he gave him C5 a ! week, but later, when Hertz had bought a new place, the price was raised to ?*> The witness thought that part of the time his wife was also paving for pro? tection. Saturday, he said, was payday, and Wasserman always .ame around himself to get the moniy. He would frequently drop In for a meal, with wine, during the week, besides, Hertz ?aid, and on such occasions a waiter was sent out to report when the roundsman apnroached Wa?j?r man's post. The payments continued, Hertz thought, after Wasserman went Into Jerome's office. On one occasion, when there was a hurry-up call for cash. Hertz said he and his wife drew J600 out of the bank and gave it to Wasserman. There was an? other lump sum of loW which he said he paid, In aeldlton to his weekly pa? ments. Other employes of resorts. Including Har- j old Kisinger. who described himself as a Corner dealer In Harry Vallon's etusa Same on Second av., testified to seeing Wasserman come Into their resorts and , get more or less bulky envelopes. ileitz did not testify before the <4irran committee. His cross-examination will be continued on Monday ?i SOMETHING AILED NEGRO Scares Health Department Un? til Chickenpox is Diagnosed. "I think there'? something the mat? ter with me'" wan the exclamation of a negro al the Department of Health yes terdav afternoon. Dozens of others were decidedly more convinced. In fact, they hurried!.- drew back .is they saw marks all over his face. It vvas B brief interval indeed that elapsed before the negro was belnr ex? amined. There was an ann??uncement shortly afterward that It vvss a case of chickenpox. The man araa sent to his home. Application was made yesterday by a concern 10 have its six thousand em? ployes vaccinated. While the elepsrtment is preparad to furnias. va?-<ine. it cannot furnish physicians,_ HUSBAND SUES FOR HER LOVE. Xtm Albert Nimis and Her daughter Em1m> BOAT IN' W ?HICH AVIATORS WILL PLY TO RALE GAMF. BROKER'S INJURIES FATAL ?. L. House, Run Over by Truck, Dies in New York Hospital. Albert L, House, a broker, forty-two years old, of 268 West 73d st.. died last night In the New York Hospital, where he was taken after being ?truck an?I run over by a truck a? he alighted from a Fourth ave. car at 19th st. shortly after noon yesterday. The truck Is owner! by Nicholas Cala bella, of IsO South ?t., and win driven by Frank Calabeila. of the same address. The police say that as Mr House left the car he stepped In front of the truck and '.va.- knocked down and kicked by the horses. CHOOSE SITE FOR STATUE OF LINCOLN London Gives Place in Parlia ment Square, Opposite West? minster Abbey. A place in Canning Enclosure, In ParllSr ment Square, opposite Westminster Ab? bey, has been grantee} by the British gov? ernment for the Ftatue of Abraham Lin? coln to be erected in Ix)ndon next year, so the American Peace Centenary Com? mittee announcer! yesterday. The statue, which is to be a replica of Saint Gaudens's statue of line?la in Chle-agn, is to be dedicated on Lincoln's Birthday in 1915. which is within three days of the cen? tennial of the signing of the treaty of C.hent. The site was chosen by Tx?rd Beau champ, chairman of the Ix?n?1on Board of Public Works. Near by are the houses of Parliament and statues of Peel, Pal merston, Disraeli, Cromwell and George Canning. Those present at yesterday's meeting were ex-Renator William A. Clark, Oscar S. Straus, Jacob H. Schiff. ex-Governor Benjamin B. Odell, Robert C. Morris, Krank S. Streeter, Perley Morse, Oeorge F. Kunz, Calvin W. Rice, Louis L. Sea? man, Robert Bacon, William Salamon. Andrew B. Humphrey, Henry Sturgis Drinker, E. R. I. Gould, T. Kennard Thomson. Albert Eugene Gallatln, Jacob I^ngloth, Gutzon Borglum. Isaac N. Pellgman and John A. Stewart. < hairman. ? NO DRINKS FOR HUSBAND Woman Has Saloonkeeper In? dicted for Serving Him. Mrs. Gra?-e E. Harmer, of Huntington, Long Island has invoked the assistance of the law to make her husband, Charles Harmer, stop drinking. She ?aye she gave notice to Jacob Guld!. a Huntington saloonkeeper, not to serve Harmer, but he raid no attention to her warning. She took her case before the Suffolk ?"ounty grand Jury, at Rlverhead. and Guldl was Indicted. He was arrested upon a bench warrant yesterday "1 Invoked the law because that seems tu me to be what It was framed for," said Mrs. Harmer. President Wooley to Speak. I'reMdent Wooley will talk to members of the Mount Hohoke Alumni A aso ri s non this morning at Its am; :al meeting .it the Hotel Martinique, ?li?? subjee-t will be "Votes for Women.'' A reception Will be lie',i Immediately after tb?- bualnesi meeting, and this, in turn, will he fol? lowed by a luncheon FLYING BOAT TRIP TO SEE BALL GAME Aviator Plans Novel Flight to Drop Bouquet at Polo Grounds. When the Giants and Bostons line up for the game at the Polo Grounds this afternoon Manager McOraw will be stag? gering under the weight of a huge bouquet whl'h will be novel In that It will be th? first known to have been delivered by I aeroplane In this e?lty The flowers will be th? gift of Fausto Rodriguez, who, with Ralph M Brown, will come from Dobbs Ferry by air line to present It. and Incidentally, to see the game. Rodrigues Is the business manager for : the Thomas Brothers Aeroplane Company. I of Bath. N*. Y . The flying boat In which the trip will be made Is the latest prod? uct of the Thomas factory. The machine will leave Dobbs Ferry soon after 2 o'cloe-k, follow the Hudson to Spuyten Duyvll Creek, thence over the Harlem River to the Polo Orou- !.? After dropping the bouquet the machine will be flown to the float of the Hudson River Boat Club, at 127th st., and left In the care of mechanicians, while Rrcwn an 1 Rodrig-ue;'. attend th- c.ime. Brown, who holds license No. iS.i of I the Aero Club of America, eays that New Yorkers will see some real flying next w.-ek, and has planned to make dally flights about the city and far down the bay with his new craft. In trials at Dobbs Ferry on Thursday It Is said the machine showed a speed In dead air of seventy miles an hour The entire work of construction has been directed by Brown, and ihe finished boat is conceded to be one of the trimmest built In this count ry. Metal. Instead of wood, is used In th? construction of the hull, and the ma? chine la fitted with an Austro-Daimler SO-10" horsepower motor The only other motor of this make In the United States is beim; Installed In a hydro-aeroplane for the government tty the Wright com? pany. It was reported yesterday that a letter received by Israel Ludlow from Assistant Secretary of the Navv FYanklln D. Roosevelt contained the Information that in the future the purchase of hydro-aero? planes and flying boats for naval uae would be governed by competitive trials. This la the most important step yet taken by the government toward the en? couragement of tne aeroplane industry In this country. All of the manufacturers have been doing their utmost to bring this about, and if the report receives of? ficial verification many new designs will be submitted at the tests. Big Orang-Outang for Park. The? biggest orang-outang ever brought Into this country, it is said, arrived yes? terday at the New York Zoological Park from Baltimore, at which place it had landed on its way here from Hamburg. Other Jungle folk consigned to the park were quarantined for two weeks. The orang-outang weighs about 175 pounds. Because of Its ferocious tendencies It Is not known whether It will he posslbl? to train It for exhibition purposes. It will be kept under observation to see if there is anv other side to its nature than was shown yesterday, when it tried to get at the throats of park attendant?. SPRING SHIRTS $1.50 to $10.00 Th?r? ?r? twe special une? featu.-ed In BARI, * WILSON Shirts RED-MAN $1 50 IROQUOIS $9 50 LABEL Wa\? i LABEL *??. The mark If on th? purpl? b?n?1 itcii ?ha neck. We recommend th.aa? ?paria;, ?? the h??t ?hlrt* at the?? price? tnywtur? 1 Ri it I BES I PRODC r. EARL & WILSON IF ! KP man Your Last Invitation THE TIME in which you can en? ter the Game of Quiz ?and share in The Tribune's distribution of $7,150 cash, is growing short. Begin to-day in the Ben Franklin Quiz, and win big money. Details on page 2. I ^?'ia^??????--?v*?>a*a>l??a???a???a*????*a?a??a??*???a TWO MORE LINKED IN VOTE FRAUD Grand Jury Returns 20 In? dictments?Further Ar? rests Expected Soon. WARRANTS SIGNED BY MULQUEEN Investigation To Be Resumed Next Week?Voorhis Case Adjourned. More than twenty more Indictments were hsnded up yesterday by the grand Jury which la Inveatlgatlng the alleged ballot frauds In the special constitutional convention election of April 7. All of the li.di-tments covered offences, alleged to have been committed In th? ??th Flection District of the l?th Assembly District, for which six men have already been ar? rested. Isrsral of the new indictment? wer? atrainst these ?ame men. but at leait two new names were brought Into the can-?. Further arrests are expected at any time The grand Jury was Instructed to re? sume Its Investigations next week. The evidence brought before the body has shown that In twelve election districts more than 800 fraudulent votes were cast. Judge Mulqueen signed warrants for the arrest of the men named in the Indict? ment.?. The hearing of the charges preferred against John R. Voorhis, State Superin? tendent of Elections, by the Honest Ballot Association was opened yesterday morn? ing In the Bar Association by former Judge John D. McMahon, appointed by ! Governor Glynn as commissioner to take evidence In the case. The proceedings yesterday were taken up with arguments on the motion for th-) dismissal of the charges made by Mr Voorhis through his counsel. ?esl?e J. Tompkins. "I don't know what Mr. Voorhis has done that these pure In heart should go 1 gunning for him, but they have," ?aid Mr Tompkins. He argued that the charges should be, dismissed on the ground that Mr. Voorhis, with two other superinten? dents, constituted the Elections Board, and that any ehargei should be brought against all three Jointly. Answering the argument for dismissal Samuel H. Ordway, counsel for the com Everything for the w--*i ! end but your ticket. Week-end trunks and su? cases. Norfolk suits for count and country dub ivetr. Sporting goods i vmth:r? for golf, tennis, has? hall. ?"Gymkhana" Spurt Shirtj Motor wear and accf-ssoric Everything n ady on you way to the station. ?Trade mark reirr?'??-. .* Hesitate! The "Maxixe Pump" run combination cork and r-ubki sole. Eight, resilient, non-sloj ding. |T. Rot.f.ks Peet CoMFASTsj Three Broadway StotM st ?? * Warren Su 13th St 34*1 AMUSEMENTS. PffiW-fflPME PINAFORE ? Av 41-44. Dly.Mt.2ill. Best B?StS.tt * ' .d?rt Production. ?jf_ lili. Ci Theatre, nr. B'way. Ev. 8. Mate Hill OUl.?~y Fiel?"?, Prop. To-day S '*-> 1 Spring Irle??: Ha> 60c . Mezi 11; Orch tl rlt-U The MIDNIGHT GIRL SSSfSSa lOlk ?CI The?? near B'way. Evgi. 8 20 ?Jin 01. NT a t ?? To-day <fc Wed . ) ?u TOO MANY COOKS Rl3gg?_l?M PI AYHflll'.F 4sth. K of n ?? i? E?-a ? SO rLB I nUUOL Mat?. To-day A Wed., 2 30 THE THINGS THAT COUNT f IT"TT IT 240 W 44th St. Evga. 8 45 *-?a A t _j_j Mat?. To dar A Wed.. 2 30 GRACE GEORGE w THE TRUT H All -KATS IT ALI, PERFORMANCES. 82 HO? ?TUTU. Ev? 8:15 M ta To -day?Thure. PANTUFA *'???? ?'Ka ??atreve, Oeorfe Mih rsn I nLS ?gpecially en?-an?d ?, M?ton 3111a. 48th St.. E. of B'way. Eva. at 8:20. CORT <;? Wed .2 20 ?PE4i O' MY HEART' I__ AMUSEMENTS WINTER GARDEN ?!\, '. THE WHIRL , KrtlU wowil M A VINE ELLIOTT'S Till.*., m l?| ?J? THE CHARM OF ISABEL /__ Lyric ?a To-day ?U BATTLE OF TORREO? An?1 ??th?r \'l\ - t?* PHOTO?,RAFHED IMilll VIM Bv 8r i GEiVL VILLA With Extra l';.-ti-*? ?ft i ? Sari) S^g^V^' HIGH JINKS ..'7ri ??1th Stell? ?lie? hew and rim I two. SH?BERT Th'"F.,n-.??????, Sp SAM BERNARD-GABY OESlhl In THE BEI.I.E OF BOXD ?Tltrjlf KITTY ?MEDYJgS? 48TH ST. TU 17 V SEASON'S BIG? GEST SI ? ? ESS. TODAY AN ORIENTAL FAIR In aid of the BUILDING FUND OF BARNARD COLLEGE Broadway, 116th to 119th Sts ( On Saturday, May 9?2 to 12 P. M. Admission by subscription.25c Found trip tickets.tic NEU YORE'S I.EAO?NO THEATRES The-ve Theatre? have no dealing! with the T??ein to. Beet ?eat? ?an be obtained at Bo?. Offl? e?. ITMOIliF tT??) * 40 ? ?".o?ed ILiVlalKa- th'e week for rehear?*.? NKXr MONTiAY. ISSBa Now. I imlted number of performaace?. *Tt? SOHN "O ETHKI. Drew oarrymore ,.A Scrap of Paper KM? KERB?)? K?R, H A 39 ?- _? ? 31) Ml TO i'.VY * Wednesday. 2 20. JULIAN ELTINQE |c_n5_m is Ma ? - em ?.iki HUDSON;-.:4?^ Mi,tii-4,'*'w5: ?. 1,. ? ? ? : ? ,'om?,tv of I asgha S Thrl ? tiik Fill TOI\I,,< ''? Ju,t w- of B'way. av 8ja_l\/l"S.j..,c ,, .?,.. A|; s?Arn R?vrt lw.:;::,p^:-;Y nat wills GRAND OPERA STIRS |<j l7flTTGT isoth?*staii ?*. __. *A _3 X ACTS SHOWN BY Webb's Electrical Pictures ?4M ORF OTO ,v ** " I'!'v 2 8') A s 30 ULVOL A:; ?,,,., ...... 25c A 50c. I nlremal Moving Pi? lure? preaent DUMMY ANNETTE KELLERMANN iE*H DAI (i HT KR I I2d St n.ar B ??? ay lll?r,r> W. BSVSga f?n SARI j M-PTINES UM i.lllt H NEW AMSUKUAM Henry W. Ssvsga offer? A Feait of Melody. Beauty and Humor. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ TO-DAT \T *:*0. TO-MOIlT AT 8:t0 IIQCDTV 4-t St., W "f H ?? Et? s JO. LlDtnl I Mat? To day A Wed . | 20 HIM in "LADY ANGLIN ""SS?9" ? ?,-.?-??? mt of the To??'?" I've Mall. nairTV B*wsy A ?Mth SI E??at820. VlAI-ll Mat? T> day A Wed . 2 20. COHANS: LAY ^^^^ ,VJ COHAN'S ?!,:.,nTo4da4y POTASH ^PERLMUTTER grano:; ^r ^-excuse me" TKEYS TO ???f? PROCTOR'S 1st U?t Tim?i, -^?*-**M HARK PlthlOKII. In HE At', r-f ADRIFT." Other nirr. A Vaudeville Feat? ure? Big Sunda? Concert?. 15 -STAR A'-TS?19 5th Ave. 11 to 11 I'aily - i?P j_ VITAGRAPH 11 to 11 I'aily 10 l.'?c UP- J_^^^^^^^^^^ B way A 44th 8t ?? 80 A 8 30 1' M Lack a ObsbIssb Arm? Bilan? remedy "THE SEA WOLF" Strand Orch A Quartette. M.dn. .Nt.Wk.,' H??.ofTemi/?rley'* 'ont. ?2 noon ("ehaa a a orno n ?ar. ? ?.???. 6t_ ?all Harri? **? I Ul*l y,,,, T? ,AT 4 w,-., i? ^-a "Audleae? rm'? it v??-'y Aria-M 7* RAYMOND HITCHOOd K?^ IN hip xKtr y.- il -al vu". W44THEBEALTYSHOP FI TIMfiP 4:1 s' ? ' Et*~** ?.?.III1III. Matinee? T- Bay * Wa?t.ll THE YELLOW TICKEI Longacre ?r'.: r ; -Aa A PAIR <?*- SIXES ??AR?^sy IAST 2 TIMI Af. M xt? * l!. :-.?'. ?a VI a*? 0**eaal?l 1?I.I.EF HK"P A EDV?. Vitl? A ItM Kill ajg? 101 RANCH 25c & 50c withs??-i ?.J4.W.UUV. ? ti y Pop ir/? Mata 15? te ? r!c*\? Box Se??.? Aft?., |1 80 ?.:?--?- I. ' ?'-?"M I ttf Si TARNE?.IK HALL n War TO-NIGIir at 8:1 THE INTERCOLLEGIATE GLEE CLUB ME T Th? p?rt:c!p Itlns ? ? k Farvarrl. Columbia. Dartmouth Pinnsyl.*? JAePWNB DANSE ??3?*g Mar TarteBATS.ONLI ID tt e"?eT| ? ST ?H I KA TI HI ?I I h - I RE? NM KI. DOLL? k()Z-*lk?\& >*\NSC1 in M?r?e'r.i. Dance. ?? lar,.-? ?abatf?"* OTHKR ??T*?l<?4 S NOVKI.THM PIANO RECITAL By Ml?? hum ES W. < imma MLSS HET.EN I MULLES I "Of?1" In (.rund ("entrai lerimnal. _So ( barge for \iirnl-?'"0 I*?. F. UUr:ilH'S I Kl I/' si III IF; JOSEPH I riAT-V t 11 il HAKKY i- ?' ? Ik 47 -: rHEATRI ?. A\l b?Kand CLLOP ?. ! R* D-aiir 2 Haiti -'?> ?_ r, BURLESQUE K* T?.n\ ?g \ i LiSmm eurnmaratalD a?7| ?.(I- - S3 *? of SrejiM. Bl-'aa.-'m Baxter, Ball? M ?rt?n Walker . ? ? WLACE CANDIER A\l( POLUMBU ^***BII I V W\T H ?I ??>. Theatre, Ma?1l?-'ii * GARDEN WJ* EARNIM in THE sHEI'IlL"?1' ? ???