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TO INVESTIGATE ANIMAL DEATHS ?cek Conncction Between Increased Mortality and Paralysis Spread. COOL PAYS SHOYY " DECREASE IN CASES Health'nepartment Hcads Hope M a*. Htto Yoifc*! Deaths Fall Off |0 Thirty-onc. i- ? ly in tmm . imrni- animals in \>w Tarli ' '?? ? ' the c- ' "?*? mtiic coinect-.cn -rth the infan ? ?? pan ? ? a Baa ?BBBavHaaltl - -erday. erdered the vetcrmnrv surpeoi th* HeaHb Pepartment 1o determine v the pU'H''* The inerease, as repj l iBBUa- ? liotier Emerson Iv tbfl OtTal Pffl OaBjfaVi w' -'"h ha8 thf contract for i iaaa t\g of animals collected in the itf-?t*. is more than UK? per cent, and does. Tt,, ,,? n that in July. 191.*"-, ? h- cvr:;.-r ..-nals, M..r :"i.(>'."'' 'eund ? 'ty ".-.* f" ?' *?' inerease waa in firook-1 I ? ? u. re collected in !9I? BBd 16,188 last month. Purinj-! 'I', -ai - year of 191B oaly 32.000 | dead animal- were removed from the itreet*. ** ' "' *"*-' IATAB BABBthfl .'.-..- Products Com bbb] Iaaa aa Will Hold \utopsie*. -\Vr |a - ' m much of this incrc?ie ll due to the- special - beinsr made to eollect dead aaia iaid Dr. Kr ? ? "aT,d how much to * eb may be pre valent amor.c them. Xor do wfl - I Ifl, if there is a lt, Heretofore bave been ur.able to spread paralyaia among animals. cxc.rt Ifl monkeya. Our in laBlagatiflB of the inexaaaa in the num I a as com ta a*fl can make it. and our >ns have order* to bold autopsies to determine the cause ; ?a'.h." day bee-an the f various kindi of ia .imtntal work waith ?? ? T. Pn-..-. I ' from Harrard I l Dr. Braafl will <% particular itady of tbfl iBAACt .: who bave r. N*. B Jersey and Lorj lalaad yaatarday notifled the I'nited States Public Health Serv-.ee that they bad ad ' onnecticut emhargo aira ? "t all children lixtaefl ild. Atlantic Highland*. N. .1 . kkyloa, Loag Ialand, I admit aay childr.: 'een. l.ong Ialand Club Close* DbBTB. At Potl .lefTerson. Laag I-land. tbe ex lerrel lab announced that it would close ita doors to-nip-ht. not to reopen until the epidemic hai ?itral Hailroad of New . I. S. J., had promul gated ar, 'rder forl with eui a health earti! Tne Penn*ylvania Railroad announced ? d this notice in all itations, wa and other pub? lic pla ? I " of in paraly*i*. addrional i-uaran . liihed daily and ?Jiccrs will atop a'.l children under s.xteen years old who pn provir,- ates. lt i pra , roper h< ? far all ehildren under aixteen I tation to any point mendation ; NEW A.MSTLRDAM . ? ? ' EST BPOT8 IN IHt l, S * EamnDEois ziegfeYd midnight frolic LYCEUM & NEXT MONDAY Ann Murdock f,^SE * r (VI11, Y M,W tf COHAN'S MAT1NEE TO-DAY 2:20 i ii..,,.i ii LAUGHTER 7 Chances -? . v<tln- TQDAY ? ?" i H'wai * M I Twlc* D.illj jjmm.gaa THE BOOMERANG GAIETY THURS..AUG. 17 TURN TO THE RIGHT! ;. W.b-x-II Smith 4 lo*n t HUMrfl. 8IA1 -,?il NEXT MONDAY HARR1S ^ MAOI.l Kl ?.Nt t'Y 10. 15. Bil ' . i M A .?' t.t^Kt.l \\ \l n|| UII III\* I ? 8 VATIRLAND CKCMISTRA. lu-i a_ b i a -ri s; . 3V ? Latws American Roor ;, ...- *i lANCHniT * bKObKI. Jon?? 4. All *>-?t? J?-nton -'Ne??r A|aln " Tr?c-y finrnr-d. * Vl-wnt olli. Phiito Playt. "*? *J i0 B08T0CK Sxltri BONAVITA And Othrr Big faaluret Oarttaaa lallla, *U??* I... Attraclion*?tl??r.?* . 0aati?| Caatasti W?d . Thura.. Frl M*ht? Rl A I TaBA Bl -M W?VI A Wil > hf.V I M L lll 1.1 l AS la HHJ. 1*0 I'AT * l.?(l U .ir l,#.-r?. S. ?!?> ? ? 1*-ab??c-l I Ch*rU* ItiapUn lo * 1 A. *L" Lc o rsi t y ra BB0 ?MafA vr.!) .-iv* prrat inronventrnce H' lay." ( SBTBSS Hrjr.'ns Monday. Tlu- hoass to-heass viiiti by ? in th.- city will begin Monday ntaraiaf, following n eoafsrsncs bstwssi thirtv nurse* who will b? enjrafrrd snd Dr. John S. BilHage, Deputy Heslth .-r. Thr nuraei hSVC been provided hy *evernl charrtahlr orpani intioi the Naw York an.i for Improving thc t ' thc Toor. thc New ? ????' A sociatron. the Henry: Street SottlSaBeBt the United Jewish Aid nnd th.' United Hebrew Chsrities. i Hr. ? esterdsy that i* >t the purpose of the movement: ? every honsc in the greater eity.j Plague*riddea diatiiete in Meal irr t'ru I frd Ot tii ind ar.d I'lke itreeta, Brooklyn, ln thr t bb -,:al Avenue .ii^'n.t. have been ieleet-| ed for '.-st purpoeea. Ths snraea will ouae twice n wei report on the charseter of thr dwellinf, the sanit'iry eondition of the house nnd yard, thi number of childran, eatcdogt, ! the recent and pres- . ? lllness on thr prrmi?rs. I worV. wiH rcntinue for a month," : Ir. HilliiiKS. "and if nny be: i ?hown, it will l>e ex the Ma.ll of oar rosaurees. it has been the drman.l on the ? ):?< hem dl?CUlt t? obtain - Bcienl nurses, This is one ; why we nre chooiing eeftsin ? itiag thc plan. Number of Cases Fcwrr. The sltjrht decrease in Thr number of rrw eaaea sad doathi rsportsd yi l dav il ? ' ths contin .1 weather. Thr Health Depart -.trd 166 new i-asrs in thi Queeni 28, Thc Brons I Richmond 4. Thr deaths were tl, di ? rn 10, Maa< 7. Thr BrOBS fi and ? ia the eitj 6,978 tetet, oi which 2,871 ar.- in hos Dr. Charles Y. Boldusn, dirsctor of thc Bun Public Health Educa? tion, s ipeeial ently were so successful that thr Health Depart tm-nt had h.-rn asked by phyaieiani to; repcat them. k BSW course has been t arranged on thii sehedulei Bellevue HoapiUl, Waid 82. - ..-.- at l o ci ?n Hoepital, .tiy> 8:30; Willard Tarkcr, Ho.pital. every Wednesday, 4; B I tal, every Thursday, 4; Mt. Sinai tal. every Friday. 4; Kinfrston - Avenue Hospital, every Friday, 4. At ,.(. -.v.'.i be - ? rr.-'iy limited, and phyaiciana deeirina to attend must apply in advance for cardi ol adrnis iion. The elinlei will ton*.nue for Bvc or six 1 lianks Off for (nnfennre. !,, ci srlei Y Baaki and Dr. C. H. ; the United BUtei Public Health Service, went to washington foi a eonferenee with thr :.|, of which Hr. A. li chairman. Thii eonfersBii BB| preliminary to the mertini: of I _nd territorial health authonties in the ,] next Thursday. by which it ll . to aUndardiae _ot_< further tpr.a.i oi Infantile H. Fmlev, Stati < ommis I . iaausd mstruc from Albanv yei I ighout the ?o obev the mandati ing postponing tn ? ? ? ,f the lituation was at all nny community the schools | not bi opencd BBtil thr dancer ? twenty-four nsw easss rs in the lUte *>? sort ? . health sutl sritiei ? fied all diatriet others to Idren fron i fairs cnies or other gathsnnfs where m re likely to eoagrsgais is large ,,,.,,'s make * total of 881 in THE STAMPEDE pfxtri s?m><- io ii 'i0 Afternoo. at 2 P. M. To-nirM ?t 8. SHEF.PSHEAD BAY SPEEDWAY P Ii r Kl ITI > 'OAN EDWIN Al k r>V SAWYfR ARDEN-CD. ALALt CICCOLIMI. MORTON *. MOORE. KALMAR _ BAOWN ln ??NURSERVLANl'l. I,>',Orl.Mou,,L*n.?n?d*'ssr?.-f^to AM MON. AUG 14 ILYRIC ,: im^ KATINKA LAS1N0 ',.' i Bwlii EH3__5BO__ IM H FWAZFE 5 ?(?? T H _ AT H l_ ONCACRfcV^^ bc??ano?_ara?afc^oN*. w- z\ LfVtS 8VMATSWt-P.il5AT aOT r|-f^; :nm ISASENSATIONAL DRAMATIC HIT c i ir-i m*i io da* nt ?:**?. I ? rr. *?*. I.'.l. -nn.' mnl ( Irun. CORT COAT-TALES STRAND PauMns fr?urrlra in THE WOMAN IN THE CAsl a| pi i ??!-' A I _ta _,ul CHASLIE_?HAPLIN 'I A M " __ rollllMBIA THI MESRY K'HiNOERS. ' B'**> a 4TIU i tWhW VtUl. l'vti.i*. Fnoaa. I the state Thrr were reported "rotn Port Jarvia, Mounl Veraon, Hawtl Wolf'fl Lane, l ttca, Tarrytown, Good Ground, Quogue, Homer, Saa* Harbar, II..tc.l. Corn ing, Beaford, Gardea City, Steiviirt Mannr. Coheeton, Cadeila, Piatchoffua, Oyater Bay, Yaakarfl (!)? Babyloi tdaiBi Centre, Bayport BBd KiM-rhead. Dactar, Thirly. a I'atiint. The Departmenl ol Health aanoaaeed yafltarday thnt the chh.- of paralyflii reported fraai lll Qaiacy Street, ; tooklyn, had baafl fonaa to he n. i There are nu cn?.e? nt thst *rldre-a Tba department also announced that tha listinj- <>!' a BBAfl at 410 ? hauneey Brooklyn, waa nn error, The I UM ('hauneey Street. One ca?e reported fr.im Long 1-l.-ind wns that t.f Dr. Laroy Voil, thirty yean aid, af 171 Union Streat, Pluflhinj**. Dr. Vml is BIBiried, hut has no ehildr.-n. 1 li* i* aaiployed bj leveral life insur I a".e conipanie*. and, *o far a* is I knowa. has had i:<> eoataei wlth eaaea of poliorayelltifl. Me wns removed tn the Vueenftior I oogh Hoapital for CoBtagioni Diaaaaaa, i nu i: la probablfl that hfl will ba .?ii with the blood icraai whieh h**.** i'i\en aaeb -road results ?t Willard Parker Hoapital. Dr, Vail ifl the firat phj liflian I tracl Ihe difleaaa. al ehildrea of lereral have ? ictinta to the plairue Kijrhty -five BfW cuses of the pla-rue w.;- reported yeatarday ta thi ? of Naw Jeraey, mak? ing a total <>f i.:'**.' ifl thal fltata. Theoe liated yeatarday are: N.-wark. :ft: 0 range. 6; Pateraaa, I; Bayonna, 8; Jei ej City, '?'?: Irvlagton, 8; li*. dolph i ownahip, I; Waal Naw York. I; HeaatcaBA*, _. aad 1 aach from Edgewater, Perl Lee, Lodi, Rutherford, Beverly Town hip, Aodabon, Camden, Hellevi'lle, South OrBBgA, Waal <>iance. Waahinfton (GloaeeataT Cooaty), Ha? boken, Kearny, North l.t-r i-? a, Sa cancua. Weehawken Townahip, Hamp ton, ll th Bi idge, Treaton, Jarai Atlantic ll Dover, Morria. town. Klnier BorOBgh, PaBWOOd ToWBr* nd Union Townahip. j pteen naw eaaei warfl reported Ifl ticnt, hrinirinj- the total up to 251. ln IfaflaaeBasatta tweWa new, cases bave been reported. ln Philadelphia the health nuthori tiea diaeoverad lixteen naw eaaea, mak- i mir a total of I fty i ghl aiaca '?'? aad '. Ifl liaea Jaly I, So i< rioa ? ... become there thal every employe of the Health Pepartment who araa on vacation has heen recalled. The, Pennaylvania quarantine was extended yesterday to all the bordfln of tha medieal afheera and in*pee tOrfl Bfl dutv at al! points where rail thc itatfl I BA. Tbfl auth.iri patrolling the hiKh a ayi -.oon. the new eaaea in the city are at these addn New Caaaa K'-ported. Pollowlng are addreaaei of new p? ralyaifl eaaen reportad ye ' irday to the Board af Hi ? Manhattan. ;',, 'it ift: ? d Street, M Henry Street, 169 Monrofl Street, 179 berr) Street, 311 Eaat llouaton I 344 Madison Straat, 29 m^ ? 321 Weal Elerenth Street, Bl Broad Street. 4" MortOfl Street. 13 I'am.iiie Street, 91 Gn i nwich Aveane, S4i Portieth Street, 288 Avaaae A, 162 ? Pourth Street, 4M Eaal Tenth Street, 313 Eaat Twenty -fourth Street il thli addraflfl ,2 \ ? nue D, 306 Ea I Twi ntj iflvi nth i 6S2 Eaat Thirti Twenty fifth Sti 'lhir . str.-et, 319 Waal 1 ? antj ixtfl ? , i :??.,-, Etg| , Street, 100 nue A, 219 Eaal Slxty-sixth Street. 220 \\. Sixty-aecond Streat, I il Stre. t. - - iaety-aixth Strei CAaea), 11 Airst.-rdam Avenue, 68 Weat Sixty mili Street, 29 Weal Sixty-thlrd toaoi lSZd Str- t. Salvation Army buildiag, Wast Forty-Bfth Straat; 124 Wast SeTeaty-third Street, 21 Vic*t Knd Avaaae. 728 Eleveath Avenu Weal Kiftv tirst Stre.-t. 811 w eat 100th Street, 241 Kast !4Sd Street. M W est Btn et, 2411 Firal Av*" ""? ' :; I41at Stn ft 178 Weal 146th \\, ? 112th - X2411 Waat llaHh Str- ? I Tha Bronx. No. 1611 Batbgati Avenne, 146 Eaii 172d Straet, 884 St. John'i Atabbb, 940 ,. -:.:, P< i. 7ft' Korest Avenue, 1941 Boulerard, 682 Eaal 169th S'reet, 1810 \.., ut, 1M2 Waabiflfton ie. llri.uMyn. Duniont Avenue, 818 I'timont . 1200 Kast Ne>. York Avenue, ki (;, . ifton Street, 102 Beeaaway Avanai. rll Six : 11 i orty ninth Street, i'd Bedford Avaflae, 185 B Streat, 46 Bartlatl Street, ??i B< . , |2 Diamond Street, 117 G Avenue, 077 Me'.iopi litBB Av.nue, ft.,, |fcR i'l":. Stroet, 238 Moora Street, 209 Sii reet, 148 Thamei ? : | ? ? treet. 383 Soath Third Streat, :i,;'i Smith Third Street, 132 Eighth Stre.-t. 66 North Eighth | ; - \-, . n Ifl C WflAt, 8689 Ave? nu,. j. 2848 Charth Av.nue, 1627 Emmoni Avenue, 12 Eraamai street, 208 Van Sicklen Stroet, 2061 Wast Tenth Straat. I hiftoMith , 2809 Weal 1004 Fortii 'li Stn et. 1119 Portj leventh -. :?-ift Baltic Street, 1204 Medford fivenue, 322 Bergi Plym outh Stre.-i, 316 Bond Street, JO Poplar sti eei. in Waflhington Streel caaaa at 'his addieaa), l 16 i ? 110 Seventh i .11 St .., Uenue, 24 Snmner Avenue, Plaee, 982 St. John'i 019 Qniney Strai t, 1188 Ci.rk IMa.-e 446 1. aria Uenue, 162 Hmirod Streel 136 Hall Straat, 118 Jafferaon Jtreetl 251 Harl Straat, 168 Halaey Streel - tga Straat, inl Fulton 86 Ployd Street, 117 Evergreen ry Street. 819 Coojer Street, 1104 PcKalh Avenu", 315, Cooper Street, 166 I aatral Av.nue. I'ue IBA, ,. .'..ft.-- n Avenu. rVvenui Pwen L Plnahing; 26 North Sixth Avenne, Whiteatone l two c , . ? nd Ai ie, B mond Hill; a/B rivenaa, Jan u odhaven; 1142 li itch Straat, ; 146 Wyi '. io maicA- ' ? Atl inl e Stroi *. JamaieA; j.>] \\ . ngton Straet, jAmalea; 18 ,? ? South treet, Ja? maica; Ji i ? n " \- ? ?? ' ,ii,,n fl. .i, Morria '? i ('?- shi ridan Avi ?? r Avenue, Bidgewood; 125 San.lal Street, Glei Pjala I'lace Gl< ?-???'.? aa neth- 12 Martii '-'-'? , Street, Elml , . -. i r?n*; ?oria. Ii'u hmond. . , . n and HiliflidA Avenue* Great K.Ps- M I tai I I, 1 ort ,-.,,,,; ai Delwar. kveaaa, Daa> gan Hi:l?. C0STS $25 T0 BEAT DOG | R. Battla, a aabl ?b< r, I i iag *t r;fl Wflflt S< lu ? ... liapleaaed h ra the other day. George Shradj ' ' U . pn renl ?' In th<- Weal c '? r"'-r' maraiaf Bai * ' ? ' bem UBdoh Krotel diaagraad with him. DaaA h.m |2S and warr.el him tbal ? ICCOBd offe'nee vuid mean a aatt IBBtBBflfl TILTING AGAINST THE MOVIE PLAYS Gtllf Between Stage antl Screen Should Be Preserved. RUSHVILLE ELEVEN SETS NEW STANDARD Some of thc Dif.iculties of Walk inp Rijjht Up to Inter* view a Star. *_j nnrwooD bioun. Mo-t play.. whieh IBSSSSd |ind many 1 which do not are turned into moving I pictures. The greatest posslbilitisi sf the films will not be aehieved until there i; complete rcali7.ation of the fact that thrre i* no relationship be ? 'he silmt aad thr fpoken drama. The man who writri for the stage ac . . ? ? , rteiS l.mitatii.ns in return for a number of advantage*. Freely he ; surrend.-rs his right tS ipii ? IWaiBg \arn ifl return for th* v..ce of .lulia. MarlOWC nnd fai the sake of thr com pelllng presease of Msads Adams he Bgrssi te wreatk with the difliculties of getting his eharactrrs on and off the stage as nerded. The foolish movie man take" the play without its advantnges and with all its limitations. Truly, before the story apprars on the scre-n USOtO seen*s have heen added. The gap* betwe. n the , aetl arc piered out. Not only do we aee j the hero rnter the drawing room. but! wc wntch him connng up the stoop. j Yet at beil it ii only patcawork. The. s'.uy il told m thc way of .he stage. and not in movie manner. The thing! had lines OBCS upon a time, and when they ar.- gone it wabblea. Nobody undrrtnkes to translate plays: written for thr fllmi brick to thr itegC again, bat thrre would bs just as mueh jlogic is the praeasa Pieture people i r.ot try to make their ftims as mueh like plays ns ooaaible, but as dif ferent The movie has its own relation to time and to space. Thr laws of the do not h"lp. and thev should not brird. Kligihility rules are getting m..rr striiigent every day. In Otte Hsuer bach's new plav, "The Siler.r Wi'n.-.s." ths captain of I ' IHs elrvrn . i.d on thi squad be? cause i; * i imored that hc is lllsg}ti mate. "< up d" lilaek. wii.. aaa ths ?how, aeemed amazed. He said thnt to the best of his kaowlcdge thrre wa* no . , ai Tale, an.l he was mra that thc euitotn did r.ot provail in Com 1.ridge. Wh.-n no show i* produced the con? ductor of a dramatic eolumii night to nterview somebody. Ws like to ge'. v. i'hin hailing distance of rhr great, bat it terriaas na. Hsybs there i* some stock queation with which to open n conversntion with an nctress. bat WS don't know- if. N'o sooner doen the press agent open tha door of the dreSiing room an.l sash Bl ifl than we .-.r.- asised with a fsoliag that the thing mii't be done quiekly. Uaaslly we can dctert the same sijrn* of im I - ,-(. ni thr parSBfl to be inter When thr fWc minutei srs un we havr learaed that thr ladv like* tO that she tri?s te f<el her part, that SOal weather is more pleasaru than hot, thal ihe waate te play Juliet before ihe disa sad that liacardi ? isven or above from the SUit ihe would like to havr b'd. ,? people can make a column out : , ? bat wi eaat Oertrade Hoffnmnn was the first ... att rvrr mtrr\ ieweil. She was doing a Salome danec in vaudeville. ln some paper or other wr saw "M isi ann'l Salome il frankly phvsi eal rather than peyehologieaI.M It didn't mean mueh. hut wr jotte.i it ? | basis of a possible i tion. When wc got ifl the dri room ' thing we - nf. . \Y< began righl sff, "Miss HotTmann li Salome phy eal or payehologi eal.**! Rhe anawered "iluiil" but when iri wrote up the talk she was ajaated ?? ? r whal"" Ws saw Miai Hoffmann a yaar later. aad ihe said thnt wr were not -.' gcntlemaa boenase ws had made fun Of her gtammar and education. Since then ve havr alwav-' wrlttefl inter vlewi ns politely and as truthfully as w* eould Carroll MrComm of "Beven Chance ' il the lort of I heautv who ro have dow on her hair. Thr doctor in "The BHeBt Bf tee ?" ealli thoai rsd snd whits things "c*r pUSs>-. It mr.krs us mad every now and ap-ain te loob Ifl ths paper nnd Had ,hHt - liBS Sf tvpr out ot ' our stor\ have hem dropped on tlie floor. Thr thing that makes u* mad il that Ihe review readi slong laat about ?he BSflM as if it were all there. BOY GIVES HIS SAVINGS FOR CRIPPLED BABIES lsracl Corney. A^ed 14, Aids Victims of Paralysis. Sympathy for the babisi whs may hav'.- to gO through life crippled by Infantile par.-.ly*:-. is not confined to Pifth AvsnBI und the wealthy. It hai ,. , ? . ,i dowfl Int I lll Warwick Street. Brooklya, an.i eiutchod St the heart of Ismel Corney. who ha.i the disease once, and rememasrs what he ?u:Tered. Dr Haven Emirson, Health Commis ; ?? .a Irttrr yesterday from israel: "When I wai of thr- age of seven I had an attack ef infantile paralysis. [ ?ni ileh for fjait, a while. but I ?acaped being crippled I am four trrr. \rara of age. and am earning aomething during th* .ummer months. I -tart'd te g" to work this morning. |fy mother wai re ??! ng ? morning paper Sh* wai rrading your article and reeommended it I i ?s. I am send p?r ,-rr,'. ef mv savings for the briiefit of those crippled children who did not escape It A* mv father ex plained il l^r ?? pn expacl to send more, Sl I have had to rrt lome repu'.r- __>**" respectfullv. ISRAEL COBNIT." I-raei's 2.=. prr crnt il enough to buy an oithopa-drc a\ | ??' -' *?! some un-j fortunate ehlld ?nd gtvs it a chance ^ i'd. _ a Stnkrhreaker ExoneratcH. a. eorom " CoaBty ? ? r Jamoi MeAvoy, .venae, employed as a itrikebreakiag motorman in th* recent walkout, whOSS car killed Pauline , Cohen. aged three. of 143 Bl AbBI I.VSBBO, on July 29. The jury neld the car was improperly operated, but not erii?aallg. 2 RIBS AND 3 RECORDS SMASHED AT STAMPEDE Bronco Tramples Rider Steer Is Bulldogged to Death. Stamped* apecta'ors y**t?rday saw a bucking bronco throw Hugh Striek lund heavily, then Irampl* hun sav agily, breaking two ribs. A few min? utes later they nearu "Foghom" Clan cy announce that (.enrge Kose. the movie actor thrown by a bad horse Thursday, was dytng in Coney Island Hospital. The world's record for bulldogging ateeis was amashed twice yeaterday. fcd Uadasy put his on the ground in fourteen sreonds. When the dust cleared the st-er tried to get up, hut eouldn't Its back was brokem A cowman drew a six shooter and killed it with one shot. I.indslev's record didn't stand a min ute, however, for thr next man, MlhS Hastingv throw hii Iteor ln twelve Mooada, without injunng either him-, self or the steer. Helen Maish broke th* world ? rec? ord in th* COWgirTl relay race by ruC ing two milr* wi'h thrre changes or hor**s in .1:47. The Stamped* will close with an ei tra performance, beginning at 8 to nighl. NEWS OF PLAYS AND PLAYERS 'Yvette" Ties tlie Metro? politan Short Run Record. Following a eonseCOtivi run of oni performance, inciuding mafinees, "Vvrt'e," which opened at thr Thirty-. nimh Street Theatre on Thursday evening, tiptoed away for parts un- , known at h:i tarly hour yesterday I morning. BTith tbii seeomplishssont "Vvette" ties the metropolitan short - lun record, bithoftO hrld in solitary glory by "Thr I.ondon F'ollies," which opened and closed simultaneously at ; Bfoboi**! Theatre n number of yrars ago. Somr of thosr COBBOeted with "Yvette" are said to br disappointed that tho record eould not havr bern beaten, instead ot" or.'.y tied, but agree tr.t nt ll general that th* piece did as well as eoald I. ? expected. [n oae rer^ti'., bowever, "Yvotte" has hung up a nrw mark. Many re viewen saving attended "The Silent Witneas" oa the evoaiag of "Yvette'a" opening, w;th thr e-xprctation of wit neaaing ths latter p>ete on ns second '. they have been iobhe.1 of the privilegr of viewing tlie late Thirty ninth Street performance. It is under? stood that a boaefit performance of "Yvette" may br given at a later date, in order te caabli the rrv-i*w*r. to mi it, but thr plans arr bring hrld up at preaent ln an ondeavor te doclde who would br benefited. - i pidomic of infai I ouaes iaew in t!-* East riftlei yea? terday, when announcement wsi mad* by Hslos Preoman of the foundlag sf ths Nin* s'Cloek Theatre, Miai Preo? man, formerly lea.lmg woman wlth William Gillette, bai gathere.l a com pany of prof.'ssionaU and will present one-act plays. Among the playi scheduled for fail produetion are "Thr Merry Dtatis." frOBt thr Russian of Nicholas Evreinow; "Who Knows?" and "Love FrigBteBI." from tlie Span lsh of Jacin*o Henevente, and some short plays of Mauriee Paring's. ln addition I i rtightly performances at r*. lf il Preemsil will give Saturday mati noss :?? . issday aad Tharsday afteraoon sorformsncoi at 4, with an onal douhle-heador. Miai Preen lll cannot announce th* exael lacatios Of th* theatre at pres? ent. a* sl.e has mislaid thc address and then has li.-en vainly srarchir.g the Kast Fifties. "The Girl from llrazil." scheduled to open ths Party.fourth Street The? atre Ofl AagBSt 99, Will he nlayed a*. '??rd os Auguat II and _'fi. Frank I.alor and BmiBS Fanvlei haVO boon sddod to the east of "The Amber Princoas," which will make iti debut in Boston sn Aqgast 11. Boi Cooper Megrue attended last nisht's performance of "Seven i h.'i'i.'es" at thf Cohan, but at the end . ond act he had not yet loft thi box oflice. <'?? S. K. FALLS THREE FLOORS, BUT HE'S STILL ALIVE Friends Pass Hat Too Soon for "Poor John." .lohn Varaeka. sf ?"?-'? Sixth Avenue, Astoria, foll from the third story of a nrw building at 47:' Third Avenue. Aateria, yeiterday. Ho landed on his ??*',-.,,. Joi ? ." aaid hll fellow work mrn, aad began tS pail the hat for hi* family. Aithur Spoyer, the foreman. thougrn he drtected ligBI of life in John. and called ?n itaaulaae*. At St. John's Hospital, where he wsi taken, it was said Ust night that though hr wa< sutTrring from internal injunei and concussion of thr brain, Varaeka hai a fair chance '..r rttovi Five /More Give Blood for Plague Patients Five more voluntesri sppsared a* Willard Parker Hoapital yosterdsy te give th?-ir blood for thr aid of paralysis ?? OBBCI Sf th* fluid was drswn, enoagfl te treat ? I patients. Fach VOluBteer ,-xpenrnced no aftrr offestl and sll pro-nised to re? turn within three weeki for a second drawiag. . .. Editb Cur.-aiko. runetern years old, of 71 Baahw ?'.. Avenue, Brooklyn, wai thr firsl ? s ta the eperatii g room hy Hr Abraham I sgher. sh* suffrrrd from the disease sixteen years ar. Sll r'ee. were drawn from her. Mn. Mar Ofl Chamber*. of s* Sny.ler Avonuo, Hrooklyn, forty-four year* old, who was itriekOfl a' the ag* of thr.* .tient. Thre.' n-.rri. ? venty-nine. twenty-two sad twsatf years old, respoetivsljr, all Of Whom had hnd the di*?ase in rh'U boad, also gav* bload ThSf refused to disc.los* th*ir nsm*? Within ten da\? ths bospital will diaehsrgO iU tirst pa*rrnts at cured. Tho disease runs its roura* in about .ight weeks. The first was received on Laat i Igal II wsi lesrned that a high tl Wa*r:ngton had wn.. rtment or Health [ ? I had a ouantitv | of his blood drawn which he had packed rn ice and had forwarded to thil eity by r\pr*ss. He d.i not w.sh h.s nam* ? -. ri Man. 85. Dies in Bath. Th* body of Monril Sehneider. fiKht\ r. ? rekeeper at N fitei Street, wa? found yesfrday in the room of a hathho.,* a' II First Street Heart dlssass wa givos a* the Cause of death 1-or y*ars Sehneider had stopp*d into th* bathhous* each Kr lay on hi* way to a, Houston Street li'nagogue. I "Ze German Conspiracy," Cries Bustanoby to Music Complaint "When We Play ze French Musiquc, ze Neighbors. German, Are Filled with Dislike," He Tells Magistrate Krotel in West Side Court. Dustanohy'* is Hii"ar.ohy'?. and, n-uaic i? mu*ie. hut people in thej '. r.ei(-hborh.iod of Mo.meur Jacqu^s'* rertaurant av*r that midnifc-ht i* also midnight. Whether, a* counsel for thej lei Uurateur ?u?pected. the inventor I irr-m Hanmhal, Mo., la a (ierman plot-, ? - * itill an open i-uestion. Anyhow, I the inventor from Missouri and the li*l of them had the law on Jacque*; I ye?terday. Of eaarae, Mon*ieur lacfBaa thour-ht tbfl matter wa* trivial, but it wa* an-' noying, for h* wa* compelled to arise i-uit* a bit before noon ?nd with hi* ! lawyer make his appraranr* ifl the Weat Side Court. Some of the tABBBtfl in the PaaadABB Apartmenta, 16 West Sixty-firel Straat, found the nocturnal mu?ic of the res taaraBt artbeetra aatacaaifltifl la slumber. So they floeked ta Hag" trate Krntel and told their WOBfl to judicial ear*. There were .laeob Deutsch and his wife, who have an apartment on 'he fourth floor; and Mrs. ('race Boy!*. and Jhiiik Carbf, the superintendent. who I flOJd tABBBtl ha.l threatened to break their IflBflOl if the noise did not abate; aad Walter Fer.nell, who said he was | an inventor who rame *o New Vork all the aray from Hannibal, Mo., |oat Bfl Mirk Twnin did. There Are Nol. "There are no such re-taurant-i as that m our town," said Fennell, a Itatomaal wlth whieh any one who ha* heen to Hannibal will agree. Alaa, appeared one Frederick L Lavaabargi ? manufacturer of color*., "lt'? an all-niicht jaii|fle on the' piano,*1 aaid he. "They play the 'Maraaillaiaa,' 'Dix.*' oh, I can't think of all tha tunes." At tha' point Harry to. Newburjrer, formerly DflBBty I'olic* Commissioner, attorney for tha restaurateur, saw a great liffht. "Aha!" quoth he; "you a--e pro (lerma.-. " "1 am not," said the witnes*; "what hn- that to do wi?h it?" To Newbur>-er, however, th: ? seemed tba erax of the eombat. He asked each witBAM if he were ? COURT AGKEES TO LET HIM WED ONCE MORE Bcrnhardt. Lonesome After Di VOrce, Says Me's Been Good. JooApb I. Berahardt, a cigsr dealer. la a bellever ia tba pravarb, "lf at ? roa don't inecAod, 'ry, try again." Bifl : r.st .matrimonial venture BA iag end?d disastrously, Bernhurdt still had aafficioat eoaraga la maba at least. one more try. When Mrs. UlllAfl Herrhardt ob-. tair.ed a divoiee from Hernhardt in 1911, he WBfl restrained by the court deeree from rtBurrying. Hi* former ? . marriAd aajain, aad bar oz-haabaBd vbi >BceeaafBl yafltarday \n bia peti? tion fo the Supreme Court tor an order l.fting the ambarfa against hia re marriaaja. , .. . ,. ?' Hernhardt told the court that in the Are rean *inc? his wlffl divoread him ),,. -has beei. good." and that it woald he conducive to his happmess if he a/era "??''" j'l'l'c'"1 P<*rmis?i-'n to murv BffBla. He -.ubmittcd Bffidavit* bv friends nnd biMines, OtnOtiattt Bt tha repular.ty of hil life >n , ? re yaara, ai d laal * tmeh, granted the covatod dlaaoaaatlOB. pro-f'ermnn All. -von .Inrnh Daejtach, rienied it Bai Maaoioar Jaeojaea chuckUil as he an-J his lawyer left 'he court the flMgielrata had aaferrod hearing until Tuesday mnrninpr to give N*wburg.r time to prepare a defenre. und he mutte-ed, "Corisp:rary Qat mnn con-nirary!" Now, of course. thi* BBSlBasa of go? ing to rourt at J or 10 o'eloek in the morning, almost before the sun is up. is ener*.?*in|-. So Monsieur .laeques betook himself to his apartment hi* reataurant. He had leartoly pr*?nnr**<l himself for he.| be'..re bfl had eall**rs from the newspaper. Ihe interview thu*. took i .*?>-t^jl!y informal air of ioBteatieitr. Maaalaar wore an overcont. wheh partially covered a pair cf wh.te ?ilk pajamas. Croeheted llippen of the BBleat lavender in r-a-e.l his feet. MadamA, bataalfi came ir. drap-d. ..' t-owned. ar aarronaded arith anyl hut dreaaod im * llmy flarl of pink negligee With her cani" Hella the Boaeohold pet a t.nv dot? which re sembles BCthing more than il doe* a minute BaiBABted feather duster. For one brief moment madame sat upon the knee ef BaABSiAB! an.l Beila upon the kn"e of madame. Monsieur thanked madprn-. I' WBA all quite homelike and charmiag' "Ze Affaire Trivial." ' /? flffalre, he is so ? rivi'll." ?aid JaCQUOfl a- he rnn hi* t?n?ring RBger* through his black pompadonr ar fltrokfld ;. - muitaeh* affaetioaataly. "tat maay yeai ; >' raataBiaBt ha* bwab here. Then* arai I; aad before mo, Reetor aad < >'I>o**r.. i 1 And te Bl bon "??? hav' boI ^-*?n.i.i.- -n'. "Ntght b. tore last. we haVfl ?'<? from U trenches. tot play BB musiaue -.r>. V.e neighbor-, tey are Ger BBAB. Zev are filled Wlfl .ftslik m.rfr.e Bfl tomala * '" rman. I feel io, B'eal -1 pafl '" "We are neutral here. dear," madame contribu'.-d "Hu hai Vi I, d'?ar." BflAABtad M>.n ilanr Int aoefl Bai acraaa tha court Mr*. Deutsch rr.it.-'-i tl ? ihe arafl anytbing bai German. Although one mi.i--t ihaal ta make Mr;. Dcataeh Badarataad ?rai ? music H-en ? IVB thfl most dlA treasingly -mU-BBBariaa effect upon her ear drums. "Slaep eoaaaa to me not at all said. "Prom roidaighl ii th? worat l don't " ,nv harm I don't wiflh hfl ihoald !??>' his iicense To Mr. Baitaaoby 1 am no more BBBBt) than mv child." KENNEL, FREED, IS TAKEN HOME Police Wire-Tapper Says Shoot ing Was Accident. ?>,.t. . . -. ant .lohn J. Kennei, of the police a ?BBd, 3vho shot bimafllf thraa waaka bajo, ?w fraad yesterday of the charge of attempted suicide. Magistrate Murphy. fltttiag in the Taaaba Caart, waal ta Kennei'* be.i side at Valaataar Hospital to hear tka w.-ii h'n wata AaalatBBt Wa tri.-r BttBIBOy Murphy. Peputv Police CammiAAioaaf i.ord and Tbaaaaa Geary. clerk of the Tombfl Court. Kennei told '.he Vafiatratfl not knew what ha waa daiag wban ha Hyed the ihot, aad that it waa an accident. The bullet. which nearly ended tbfl detecftve's llffl, Btlll kdgefl in his lido. It mav be left there per-BBBflntly. , Kennei b i* ramavad yeeterday ar ternoon t0 hi* home, al II IjBtt Ave? nue ObIob Coaraa, yueer.s. His phy ?ieian aceompaniod him ib bb ambu? lance. li.- iaid '?: italaed no aetbaek tnm tba taa-mile I I GARBAGE PLANT PERMIT IS SIGNED Court Forces Building Commissioner to Act Against His Will. RICHMOND FORCES WILL TAKF APPEAL If This Is Lost, Staten Islanders Will Attempt to Carry Out Threats. . Ralph LaBgata, I?*puty Building Commissionor of Staten Island, mgned againit his will late yosterdav after? noon a building peim ? for the $1. 909,.i municipal garbage plan*. to be rrec'rd imm*di_'ily on I.ake Island LaagSfl act( -1 or. v | held in COBtO?pt of court hy .! ' I Crane. of the Ba| B*, Brook Ivn. IN ; i' ' ' ' m> .?.ons that th*y didn't tell whothei union m*n WotfU build ths plan*. ". ' ' ? lat ligB.fp aaa auuiy raaa sroald bs sssplaytd and that thr plant appeared te h* a two story affair, although the plan cal'ed for only onr. ftSSSlSS Crar.r ordere 1 that the permit be s-.gn.d. anyhow. Those drta.ls, he said. co .ld be fixed up latas After f;\e wssks of fighting thi sss? battied Btataa I- ? ? ? ? tirst lir.e sf lance Committee of < IBC H ind thr Women's A ... I ? .ne's decis ? pre p irad, aid .* i hope l th it sn li tion may b* serv.d on thi contractors Monday lf this second legal engagoment ii lost thr atTa-r will cor- nt M mday morning tS ths [Wl value of thr ti.: ll -'.I'.-n Isl emen aad s? ssaaj ? itivei This force will prob ibly i ? ' ,<:,v Boinforeementi for tho Staten Isl? and ira sm a Governor W mai . : te S'afe Ilfiiltrr Co ? lionor B |g to tool" ovoi tne situation soxt > issday mom ??>>?? _ Court Dismisses Charge of Assault Against Gaffney Thr .-har.." lf Bl :?:. (. . I- Murphy snd ioi ior raea eonti i< tii g nrm of Gaffney, Col a- Van Etten, wai diimiaeed hy Magiatrsti Folwell, in the Adam-< Streel Bn ? , ? for rr ? Ofl I ihe l*ian.l. I ? . Caffne Brooklyn County Court House. -? HUNTING FOR BURGLAR, SHE BREAKS HER LEG Thief Rscapes When Mrs. Voor his Palls Over I oor. i,.,., \. ? ? : i \ ooi " itaam swsksaod ?arly ? . ?? and it t she tripped OVOI a v.-r platS and fell, breaking he The burglar .lived through s win ed s alooe, Where to Go to Church To-Morrow SPECIAL!1 Union Tent Evangel ?????-? an,| \mvS: Dr. Cortlandt Myers ^anrw.l?iwg MMs I P B.. "Kr* V.r. Llt. and th. Rilrs | M| .... |MH Nn NOTattaM aflff Popalar :?? , ., , . , klaa ' ??? |lr Mi rheraon * r.'.?.-* ?(," " Hl* T?een tee Ap..sii* for aal* ln Teatly beok form t'rirr || ceata Peatage addl ONE OF PROF. EVERSON'S LEGTURES PEOPLE NEVER FAIL TO APPRECIATE "CHRISTIAN SCIENCE UNDER IHE SEARCHL16HT Of THE BIBLE"! THE BIG TENT 14-TH AND AMSTERDAM AVE S-oJar ? '? M NOT A Dl'LL VIDMINT. fttt PUT OTF OTHER tN-AOlBlMTS AND COME. PAPTfST. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, .?rotriw., s.i *M_ *t-**? I M MA.^fMAN I D PASTOR r...-.l?s--i' Oo. Lori sss'l iWVj Br Rev. WILLIAM L. PETT1NGILL II A U.-'GOD a HALL Qr FAME 8p'm-"Tme cave owellers. r-ias? miai fra.T M._ti*n *t I insea, MADISON AVENL-t 8ARTIST CHURCH. M Al?l-..'* A' ' ' IS*. "-" C. A. EATON T l; PASTOR. Dr. LeigKton Williami ? > - i- - ' ' ' * ll A. M.-'-So* ts.si Bf>onl. np. n._"Fisdlai *? Ifce Warl. l-loa B.c f M?" CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH. ? *?* . N b*il 4 -- -. ? - _ c iIBI.iTI.tM WUPWSi CHRISTIAN'SCIENCE CHURCHE*. ?aal.,... i??.""-i:r,"!M' * flr.t Church ? ? < ' ' JU...S CB.r.S ? ?. fft W*s ? tTi#_ C.-urcS :."' Sl ; lli ? *T. ftfta CS-rcn. r. ?... ?, A, . Flft* Cir.rf" A i ' ' ' ' Slsl* UsrO ' __! 1" ' '_-I _OMf.it KOATIONAA. Broadway Tabernacle BROADWAY AKO S4TH STREET H_V l?M A KIRKWO'.D. 11 A H %*1 S V. U. UBWIIIaBI ok <iiki.it CFNTRAt lO~Blbir tVho-l. "-?"?J"' HRISTIAN Or. Flnl. 4Ue,*n i ? y: HI'Rf H Ri**. S. ?? lilllBB. rrnmzn v. *,! il HDiil-l KTUM oi'il. MAHISON AV. CHURCH, 60th S-T. REV. RALPH W. SOCKMAN, ,, n, *aflV.* HOWAHO M.' LESOL-RD. _ OLl-> JOHN ST. CHURCH '. ; ' * HOBMOM. Church of Jeiui Christ of L. D. S. MAWTMORNE HALL lil * - ? niiar I ? ' ' '"' ' ' ... _ ritKBBti i nu a?*. PARK AVENUE Presbyterian Church AT 85th STREET THE REV. CHAS. W. WELCH, Minister. SERVICES B.LIe Shool .9:30 . m Mo-aaa>Wor*baD.H oclock Young People ? Devoti. n*l Strv*-./ :00 .'? rr, tven.ns W .nhip .la'cleel Mdwerk service, U*dn-?J*y.** P- m AN INVITATION IS UTHMI TO A-L PEOI-LL FIFTH AVENUE PRr:SBYTERIAN CHURCH rilth A--. aa* rifly flUB St. REV. J. H. JOWEiT, U. U.. P*.tor. REV. JAMESA|. VANCE. D. V, _> ? _. THE BR1CK CHURCH ? 1 Wllllin .'.?n-ri Karrlll. i F-ask Lall??- Jan-wi>. T ? Br- a ' BB r'lTi'B. U. D.. L A % . '? ? ...H,s BXBVII - I ? ?> " -P" *" ... BROADWAY P*- BVTCRIAN CHURCH. FORT WASHINGTON, I70B -it- at **'??'?*?. I ? . I> ll ? , M ' ?... ?-,T-PAB? 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