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THE SUN, MONDAY, MARCH 24, 1913. HYDE HITS AT GOFF IN FILING HIS BRIEF Arts nt His Own Ijnwypr in Ap peiilhifr l-'rom His Conviction. TIM A L I'NFATIl, HE SAYS Insists Tlmt Jtistlcr Made His Own Itiilos of Rvidonco as Ciiso Proceeded. Charles II. Hyde former City Cham Vorluln mid Inw pnrtnor of Mflynr Gay nor, wlni wa convicted of bribery lust November imd sentenced to serve not Iick tluin two years In prison, hns nerved District Attorney Whitman with the io of IiIk brief of appeal. Mr. Hyde eted as bin own lawyer In the matter. The brief attacks .Itirlsc Ooff. who presided at the trial. It says that the trial was unfair and that Judge Ooff made his own rules of evidence as the trial progressed, and was partisan. It also says that he Indulged In "expert baiting" anil usurped the functions of counsel. The belief of Hyde as to the unfairness of his trial Is summed up In these words from the brief: "Suspicion was the advocate and passion found the verdict." Ilydo was found guilty of having forced Joseph O. Kohln. the conlcted banUer. to make a loan of $130,000 from the fiiuiN of the Northern Hank to the l ainecic Trust Company, then totter ing to a failure, under the threat of withdrawing city deposits from the Northern Hank. Against this conviction three main points arc submitted In the brief. The counts of the indictment sub nilttiil t" the Jut tailed to state facts ciiiiftltutlng a crime, and the motions to dismiss the Indictment and an arrest of judgment should have been granted. The coin t erred In Instructing the Jury that Itobln was not an accomplice, and In refusing to Instruct that his testl munv required corroboration. The defendant was gravely preju diced by th eadmlsslon that within n period ranging May to Novemlior, 1910. deposits of Itcy money had in seven Instances been made in other h,nk. about the time whm such banks lent money at the reipuvt of Cummins, and b the charge to the Jury that then" facts were evidence of eimllur transact ions and circumstantial proof thai In the Itobln matter Hyde was do ing nothing more than he had done tii tlioM other various financial Institu tions for the purpose of enabling his friei'il I'mnmlus to obtain these loans. It Is also asserted that by Justice ll'-ft's rulings the court permitted the prosecution to Inject into the case the wniun of newspaper partisanship end deprived the defendant of the right to prow Ills good reputation, and to reply In the testimony to certain of tin inferences of the prosecution. The hiief also states that the court sought t" depreciate and ridicule the expert testimony as to Itohln's competency to t elif The appeal will bp argued by John n, Staueiirlelil -in April 1 in the Appellate Pi ision. and Assistant District Attor ikv John K Clark will argue for the people MEXICAN REVOLT SPREADING. A'ticrlcnn Itnrk lrom lltirnniKO Kn emintrrrd Larue llfliel 41-1117. I'ikmuk Nki;rs. Mexico, March 23. - T. I.. iVoley, an American mine op erator who has large property In terests In the State of Durango. Mex lio. arrived here to-day lifter a Journey of 100 miles in n motor ear. He says he encountered large forces of Car raiua reliels at several points along the route and that he found the whole ter ritory which he traversed In a state of chaos and anarchy. No quarter Is being shown prisoners by either the Federals or rebels. Muny ranchmen, tanners and business men of the towns have been executed during the last few days. .Mr Coolcy says that In the States of Dnrnngo. Coahulla and Nuevo Leon there are more than 18.000 rebels un der aims. The rebels took possession of the towns of Velardena and Asurcri, where the mines and smelter of the American Smelting and Kellnlng Company are sit uated, a few days ago and appropri ated large sums of money and valuable nocks of goods. The situation in northern Mexico Is worsi- than any time since Madero In augurated his revolution three years go, acordlng to Mr. Coolcy. More than 3 000 miles of railroad belonging to the National Hallways of Mexico wystem are out of commission as the result of de struction of track and bridges by rebels. TWO CAUGHT AS GEM THIEVES. MllnnuUrr Poller Unlit land In llolrl, liu I One Kaeapra. Ro imsTr.n, N. V., March 23, Chief of Police Qulglcy was notified by the Milwaukee pollen to-night that two of n band of diamond robbers, wanted for the theft of 1.000 In Jewels from the Philip Present store In thn Chamber of Commerce Huildlng on February 14, were captured after n battle In the Hotel Ptlster In Milwaukee yesterday. Miiavai'kkk, Wis., March 23. Two men who are wnnteif In Itochester, N. Y., for a lewel robbery, were caught heio In the Hotel Fflster yesterday after fi des perate battle. A third man escaped ALIENS HAVE NOT GIVEN UP. rinmlr'n l.niT)rra In Makr Mnvr In WnaliliiRtnn Tn-ilny, W tsiilNfiTON, Mm I'll '.'3,- Atlnuii'yK for C'liiuili' Allen, Hcntcnrwl In lin lit Itlrhiiionil ni ' I rliluy, nmdo no new iiiovh In the raHi in liny. liillouiiiK their iiiiHiii'i'i-Kxrul rrfnrtH in item writ of error, llmt Irom Chief Just lew Whlto nnil Inter from Annocliite .lustlco llimtics I hi- nltnineys, I). (' O'l-'lnherty of Itifli nionil nnil It It WIIIIm of Hoimoke, ri'inalnei) nf WiKliliiBton In-diiy iitiletly iiiiikluif pIiiiih tor h llnnl move lo-incitrinv Thi'v hiive aid I hut ilu.y would nniki thdr nrlfl to enrh iiii-nilH'r of Hip Sunri'mi' Conn In turn heron- II mi 11 v iiliiiniliiiiiK llii'lr elTortH to 11 vi- iheir client rroiu Hie liHlr I In- tit inriH'VH Iiiibi- their hihaI on the liiound ihHl oiiim Allen han Iieen twice I'lHcdl in Jeopniily ror the HHine offenoe, iin:e on 11 irln lor murder unci onee. en a rmi mi Luimiuiiicy 10 comma a murder. STEWARD KILLED, CAPTAIN HELD llnlnrlnn If ml Qnnrrrllcil Abont the War With Nhlpiiintes. fctefen Mutt-Ions, llulgarlan steward of the steamship Istena, was shot nlid killed last night in a right on the ship as she lay at anchor at Tier 32 at the. font of I'lotirer street, tlrooklyn. Matilda Tomlonoblc, an Austilan, the captain of the Isteun, was locked up In the Hamilton avenue police station charged with thu murder. Mutrless was the only llulgarlan among a crew of thirty-two Austi liuia ami Italians, and on the way over fioni France lie ipiartelled with every one on lioaul over thn lliilkau war. On Saturday, when the Istena docked, Mutch ss iisked the CHptaln for his dlnchargp, which was re fused. l.iint night he ran up on the bridge and attacked the captain with a bread knife, slabbing Tomlonoblo In the hack. The captain sas that the llulgarlan then shot himself. Dr. (lltlersleee of Honey Hospital found, however, that the man had been shot directly In the back of the head and the chaige of homicide wa lodged against the captain, LEAVES PRISON TO BEAT WIFE. ftnffnrr Fights I'ollermnn Who lira rnra Ihr Woman, Magistrate Dodd In the Manhattan ave nue police court, Williamsburg, jvMrrday held Kdward UafTney, 511 years old, to await the result of Injuries he Inflicted on his wife, Kllznhclli, who lives at Drlggs avenue. Tim police say Uaffne i a chronic wlfebenter. who has seed many terms In prison and was relent" il only recently. His wife hasn't lived with him for several years, but every time In leaves prison he sets out to 11 tit her He found her home early yesterday and was choking and slashing her with a knife when I'ollreman Smith of the linen, point avenue station heard her screams. Gaffney fought against arrest FRIEDMANN PATIENTS AIDED BY OWN FAITH Dr. Krnucntlml Snys Relief So Fur Is I lie Kcsnlt of Hypnotism. Whether or not the patients treated by Dr. Frledmann last Thursday at the Hospital for Deformities and Joint Diseases are any better Is a question that cannot be answered yet, paid Dr. Herman C. Fratienthal of the hospital bust night. He said he believed that whatever relief these tubercular suffer ers had experienced was the result of hypnotism. "It Is too early to tell what good can lie expected from Dr. Krledmann's cul ture," said Dr. Kriiuentliiil. "Some of those treated believe they are better. These are adults and they have been hypnotized. The treatment caused a .sort of hypnotic anaesthesia from which they have not recovered jet. "Some of these adults who recelvisl Dr. Krledmann's Injictton have moved Joints which they never before thought they could move. Their faith In Dr. Frledmann was so great that they ex pected Immediate cure. Anil they thought they got It. One man went back to his bed and at once liegan to bend his knee, a thing which he hadn't done since he was taken III, h long time ago. Another was so worked up by his own faith that he got motion from an arm previously useless. "As far as I know, this hypnotism is still exerting Its force. Tney have not been disillusioned, and may never be" One df the apparently physical symp toms which Dr. I'rauenthal was able to comment on regarding his patients was the fact that In one or two crises the. temperature had fallen from 102 10 noimnl, and had remained there. This Is unsuual, for Dr. Frledmann himself has always warned patients tliat for a few days their temperature would rise. Dr. Frauenthal could not say whetner there had been any reduction In swell ing In any of the cases. He was sure It was too early for that. He also said that with the children, wiilch far outnumbered the adujts In the clinic, there wan little trace of 'hypnotic Influence. Faith and the phychlc ele ments did not play an Important part with them. "Perhaps those children are a hit more comfortable than they were." said the doctor. "I believe that the sen sitiveness to pressure of the afflicted parts hns been eased somewhnt" Dr. Frledmann was shown yesterday a copy of the Mrdical Ilrrortl, In which Dr. Karl von Ruck of Nashville. N. C, raised the doubt that Dr. Krledmann's tubercle-bacilli (Jerlved from the turtle might not always remain non-toMc, or avlrulent. This Is what Dr. Frledmann said In reply: "My culture contains live bacilli which are non-virulent and which will remain non-virulent. Once non-virulent, al ways non-virulent. There Is nothing to make them virulent. You can't make an apple out of a pear, can your Chnrles K. Finlay, the hanker whose offer of $1,000,000 for a euro for tuber culosis wan not accepted by Dr Frled mann, gave a small dinner last night at his home In fjreat Neck for the Ger man specialist, BOARD TO REFORM SCHOOLS. CItIp Orarnnlinllona I'rotmt AnnlnKt llllla nt Alhnii). A movement nualnst the McKep edu cation blllH, whlt'li lire now penillnB In the I.eglHlaturi', hns been Waned li cevenil civic nnil educational bodies In tho city. The protestnntH iitko that tho .McKec blllH "Isnoro Kfneral experience mill opinion nnil defy the criticisms and recotiHiicnilatloiiB of the upcclallsits who have examined our M'honlH." They further dechiro that the present bills "ahould Im Hiipplatiteil by moie comprehensive anil cnnHtructlve IckI.h latliin providing for 1111 education com mlHxIon to draft a new school law for Now York city, which would clearly deflnn thn pnwem of the Hoard of Kdu cation and of the Hupcrlntendentn cm ployed by the board," Thn following nrtoinlzntlnns and In dlvliliiala have united to tirpn tho creation of hiicIi a commlsHlnn: The I'lty Club. John M Glenn for the .Snse I'ounrtatlon Henry K. I'rltchctt for thn C.imi'Kle Fouini.itlon. Abraham l-'lejcner for tho General Kdu cation Iln.inl. Allan Jlobluson for the Allied Heal Ha. tale Intcrt'Mx. Jeioniu Greene for tho committee of cltlxeni appointed with tlm approval of John I'urroy Mltcbel to coordlnntn public nctlnn resanllni; the Manus report I'nul II. llanuu, director of the school Inquiry John P Ilowland for the Public Kduea tlon Association. Felix Adlcr for the Ethical Culture 1 ! Easter vacation's short! We won't waste the Boy's time. Nor his mother's. Everything he wants for Spring wear is ready and waiting clothing, furnish ings, hats, shoes. Everything gathered in a Boy's Store in each of our stores, to make for quick shopping. Quality that appeals to Mother: values that appeal to Father. "Your money back if you want it" means that quick selections can't turn out bad bargains. Sporting Goods. Rogers Peet Company, Three Broadway Storai t at at Warren St. 13th St. 3thSt. AUT xU.I AMI i:IIIIIINON. TO-DAY (MONDAYnnd followintS afternoons at 2;30 P. M. and Thursday and Friday Evening March 37 anil IN, al N:l IV o'rlnt k. ATAHSOl.l li:Al('lll IN Silo's Fifth Av. Art Galleries MIA) lit It.lHVi, &M l lfth Ave. l V IN iimiumi; 1, a ami n m.si jmii si. The Bntirc Valuable Collection of Antiques and Oil Paintings Old English and Irish Silver, Chinese Porcelains and Bronzes, BcautlfurT'icccs of Furniture of the Louis XV. and Louis XVI. Periods, Belonging to Mr. JOHN FENNING of 47H Fifth Airnur, -w ntk 7n fV tnlft on ccenuri of th tW-iolitifin o' A WITS V MM), urtmnrr mi i:mi;vi. " P.nHIk' i"' '"i 'M 1 1 f - u m. vunun a i'.,puir Mm W0.1 ;-.n. mm innin ,r rwu.ijp sum: "WIDOW by PROXY" r'Vni.VV If 'f,'V ACTOR " ' ir,-s 1 - " s n9 1 w n iii:i,i,mm, lo-.Mi. 111 A 'l U l'I.A III' lA'VI 1MI I'OI.ITIlS in mm miiiK 1 int.i, r vi emu A MAN'S FRIENDS BRAJHDJ,;,.! IIIM.s Orlirlnal i ,im IELASC0 SS'M I'vi-nlnm 1 1J Years of Discretion M l'i:nil C-VSI." Acton lnilc-., Ii Sun l.yii llnpilns, llrure Mrltae. Ilrrbrrl K1I10 I M llnllnnil, rnie Shannon, Unlit McWaile ,lr iironl .MUclicll, Alice I'uinnm, .Maliel llunvra REPUBLIC Uc,t st i'e i in- llui.Mii: lo.nnititnv. AG00D LITTLE DEVIL ijriMii iiii.a iici:. 1. ,iim ..."iTTTT TO-DAY (MONDAY) ,V,3 CHEATHAM'S vn m vi. i.vsici: 11 a 1 ntnl I.an r nl iliw hmmui. I IMhSt I ofl!wa Til dry in 1 i 'mV,: Wi, LAURETTE TAYLOR &S.it "i;, "I'fs ii' Mi llrari." ELTINGE Mesi ij.isi I'wnlnBsnt k is. ..inunpi's i .ii ec rai .' 1., WITHIN THE LAW Curnrule l.lirimi, ,-,7th SI . "til ;.r 'i tl 'I'Mlce llnlli, ..,. Sll'lt.iVs. 3 1.4 A Mn I' M PANAMA CANAL BALKAN WAR mill Tin: i'ui:.sini:vn.u. iN.vt-di iiatiiin i. kim:mi oi.oh. ai'aiii:.m op 'MisVi'i'iTirir ahts; I IrM Annual Kihltiltinn, 111 I'nsi flwth SI Mar II 10 iHlnrl. .Wins 1 In . in III dm 5J.C rorlhrbriicilinliheNeu nrk w.n 'or Hie llllnil n nniUDii n'ut DiiDiccnnr Mnl uiuiium ,v i7i , DUnilOUUt Tii ilnr H KOI 111:. H AIMIi:ilsli:i.'S III si All KfVS. l ie , .vi 7.-.C 11 111 Mr .mil Mm. Carter De MAT KVIIIH llAteu. The Apple 11 1 ) r A- Uk ill Paris anit II otheri. BIJOU II'whv A snth St l',r ni a:in I'AI'I ,1. RAINEY'S AFRICAN HUNT Society I.yniiin Alilmtt. the Outlook4 .liuni'ii K. Itunell, ilcnn of the Tenrher CnllcKe. (leorKe II Hliuyer, iirofexsor of nchnol Hilmliilxtriittnn nt Hie Teachem CollfRe. KIiiut 13. Ilrown, rhiincillor of Niw York University. ThotniiH s, Hnlllet, itenn of thn school of pcilaxoKy, New York University. John KliiRHliuiy, Association for Im proving tlm I'onilltlon of the Tool. W. Frank I'erpons, I'hiulty Organiza tion Koi'let), limner Folkn, Stiite Charities Alii Ahso elation. Lillian W.iU, Nurses Settlement. Wallace lluttrlek, (ieneral Kdncatlon Iluanl. I Henry MiifkmvlU, Association of .N'elRh horhimil Win kern. Ilqual Franchise Society. Collefrlate Kipinl HnrfraKe I.e.mne j New York Suffrage AsHiiclutlon. fine Kroimil on which those nrK.inlza- tlons nnil InillvlilniilH uppo.sn the McKeo IiIIIm Im llmi they would Klvo the Hoiiril ' nf IMunitlon prni'tlcnl eontrot of tii" irofeHlonl rcliii'iitlonnl coniluct nf tho hcIiooIh. It Ih contenileil nl.so that tho bills are not fundamental in character, 1 1 5 1 . j j Mil R. H. Macy & Co. U W 1 Btlir-'JC1 r" -- -" hSt ! First Showing in New York of the New Flannel Suits for Men At $19.75, $22.50, $27.50 and $29.75 IT will be some time before any other house in New York will be able to show an assort ment of this very smart fabric. At this writing it is practically confined to the line Custom tailoring trade- -and to Macy' ft. Onl a limited quantity of these woolens has been loomed, and the very attractive colorings and patterns are such as" this material alone can bring out at their best. The cxclwtirc model in which these Suits are made up is one of Macy's own special designs, chosen for smartness as well as because it is admirably adapted to the peculiar nature of this fine fabric. The coat is cut on close-fitting lines, and is distinguished by the broad English-style collar, the "step" lapels, and the patch pockets. The trousers are somewhat close fitting, and hang straight from hips to heels. At $19.75 arc broicn-and-ichilc and black - and - gray pencil stripes. At $22.50 arc black-and-white, blue-and-while and two-loncd gray stripes. At $27.50 and $29.75 arc black-and-white hairline stripes. Fifth Floor, It Has the Long Points HAUL & MXM'IIS 111 lltll AMrKMKNT. mm Ath Av lll lllll llHllyMnl.3 lli-M Sest t I'l s i;yi'S niiiuniup imarrp mammiiTIF Ikunuinu l.uiiubw r I III! l In Vlillilci iii li e i.reni .'tui t.-u le WKIIIT. A Jllk 5l ';.-.i lles'lf Uar 47 nn.ns' 31. Tiiiu.siiAi mar. i NINE-STAR TUC flCICUM REVIVAL int. ubionn onr.viTST i ast Kvrii as.si miu.i n Jump. T. I .Urn Mire riiwi:iiM Kraak Itil.UH'K Ijeorfla AHAUHASrl.t. 1'ttuline 1IAI.I. c.irl Zl I'l l.l.I i:iluln .sri: r.N.s rhnrles I. WIVDOIlT KINIi Sl'.il si.i: MIH urr.v liillnr l lllnil'. lh.. I'v 1 Si Mllt Tn-ila Weil mnl .Sal : :i "j iw i in a nth -v. ROMANCE 9ESI SEATS ni ivuniicr imIi. nt li'ttny f s 1.1 A Sit '.' 1.1 rkHinUU Mitts 1 Thurs ri.NAi. im:i:k LITTLE WOMEN SPECIAL EXTRA MATINEE TODAY I'nrAshortSprlnirUfln. .Mar. 31 Sf2' on rrdMn, ncKinnikK .- GRACE GEORGE In a relval of IIIVOIK HNS. DDIUPCCC 30ih. be I H'way ft 6th i:. rnlNltOO H.4i. Malk UMftSal :.ui (llli:iV AMI TIIIIII.I.S. 1 1 1 1 : KAII F ftVM IIHIK'S NMAIM Ni:i. MAMIAIIANOp Ho . 34tll, Mill At I'.lt 8 N I'l.l'IAI, MA I . III. IH I. 'JSC. 141 HI. l!vh.ASai Mat TUC UfUID .,Wed Mnl lie m st.&fi ,nt nnir sue. mm Mill Oltl'lir-SIHA SI.AIS AI KI.IMI. H'way ft SHth Kvr 8 t.') Mallmrh Welni'MlnJ titut S.ilnnliiv '2 13 CASINO ALL NEW YORK IS WILD THE GLORIOUS AND UNQUALIFIED SUCCESS nr mis i;ii.iu:itt a sii.i.ivi.n iii-i:iia iii. Ai.i.-sr.wt iii:vivai.. THE BEGGAR STUDENT "Gladdens the hoart. Sparkling score beautifully sung in charming rovlval," Atlnlph Kluulur, Ttmc. "Go and see 'The Beggar Student.' One cannot resist the charm. Musical treat. Lovely melody. Splendid cast," Alan )(, .ImmrriH. "Delights as of old. Replete with tuneful melodies." llernhl. "Extremely well sung. Excellently acted. " .hum I'. l)e fm, World. I'arnrule Halt. lo-inorroii All. nl .'I I. list snui; llerltal 'I hli Season spi:ciai. SEMBRICH I'litHiliA.M i M.iiinireii,eiii WhUmiIiii lliireau i I IIAMi I.A PAIKii: at Hie Piano UlAI.IIM'IN'i Tlrl.rthSI no, tl Hi. sa.ui. Ml. now nt Ho lilllie lli.rl.eler I lira I re. 'J.t lle.l till. si. To ilay al :i .Hi price tl im ft $; Sune Hrellnl 1 1ll' (iHIIAT l.ntMAV l.ll'lipit .SINIIHII PAUL REIMERS nr.it ki:i. i.i iiii:v,.:iu 1 1 si Pun itIicm :i.,,"rlil!i..:jn Lawrence Grant "" iWiV,-,:" y.'Z Blackfoet Indians II. 1. 1 M U W TUCATDC H'uai. nst MOHIIIS iia.fi toe . I.V.. Conilnuona I p t loll-f.M ll-kl,!.. It'llllu.... ..It - .1 II. Cook ft Co,, h It e.W Una nib ft- rilun. KloreniTroutie.olhu. WonilcrUnUiiiittalrt, 10c Utonwaj- Couey Itl'il 'a Attraction Are Their Low Prices. Broadway m ron "THE RED-MAN" IN Till'. RED-MAN BRAND 2 FOR 25 CENTS. WILSON S I'.ISf l'ltCllllCI' AMCSKMENTS. MAIIMli: lO-MOKIIOH. SOr. In l.r.(l. IftTH ST. Thra..mti.i: uirut At nrii'u.iv luniuni s ,r. FRANCIS WILSOMt,L'JiT.lVWuii;f:,- Ilrkrt .Sulr Open. In-da.i for Ihe FIRST PUBLIC LECTURE in NEW YORK CITY HELEN KELLER im. MRS. JOHN MACY nt il;r 48th ST. THEATRE ., Sunday Eve. MARCH 30 Tickets lie to M HI Maaiitrrmrnt ,1, II. loml lucrum llureau. WlllUtn Collier' rilMPII. 4NI. i:. nf II'uhv VfilrT?. FANNY'S FIRST PLAY Mrlr.WU f ' lv S 7t Its T'd'y.Wd.&Snl IfA1. SAM BERNARD,-",' BEST $1,50 SEATS ;iimii ?i. i iiea., ih i i. i.t u e,i s.it THE FIVE FRANKF0RTERS I Pop I'rleeWe.l Mnl Nina Moricana In title ro vi:ni:si)AY' matiniii: hi:s r scats jt.w. WITH DELIGHT OVER cn.NTrilY TllKATHi:, Tuc Apr 1, al lai The Theatrical Misr' ft Uramaile Proffi,i.loti'K ANNUAL BENEFIT ACTORS' FUND I III: i hi Al, liiii-.i'r iwi ai mi i Ninv vas. iii'iii.i:.syrti:s, u4 ,ni:t, H'XTCHKS Seath Hinily lirlei'h SOe. lo M..HI. .MaiiiiKemriii of IM.N'li:!, I'lUIIIMAN I'lirnrule Hall. ,et lleilne.ilu .ill. at .1. i ii n i ii AN II I.AST PIA.M) Hill ITU. SCHELLING .-ir.ii riAMI Tlekrla 7.'.e lo KU), """ "II. ' Sill I .N lll'HHAI Carnenle Hall, sat. All,. Manh ailth. nt 'Ji.'in in, ,-,ni,.Aii,, nan n iinn, ni a iiin ELMAN i.,rti HKHTAI THIS SUASO.V Tkti 76o to KM oqw at Uall, Mf t. Wolftohn Uureau UNUSUAL PATTERNS AT OUR USUAL LOW PRICES There is always personal pride In the possession of that which is made exclu sively for one's own use. To have a bedroom suite of White Gray or Ivory Enamel hand-painted in dainty floral design to carry out the particular color scheme and decorations of the room, is the laft note in Spring Styles. 11 Pieces of this individual character wi11 be decorated in our studios to your spe" cial order and at small additional cost. .43-47 West. 2o?St; 3A.-aWi5T:i4Sfo AMI'HKMKNTH. i:n iurk's i.i.AiiMi imuiiti.s. FMBIRF llrnvlnnv ,V inth SI V.f . fOi SUCCESS MAKES SUCCESS I -Till: M'l fl.s 111' l.llll.lll'V 1 1 A 1,1, IN M'W vouk has AssriiKti irs iti: Vl M. I l.d.MKIN I'Uhle lepleh LIBERTY HALL" ""JOHN MASON K.Mf'KlllllllM'Kr.ll. Il'nal A .'IHth St. V.ir. S'.nrn MI Wi-1 MI JULIA SANDERSON WJ.V In IIIK SI.NMII.sr. 1,1111, 1 AUTItlllt.V "CIIIU'K Ft l.l.lll Illltll.l.S.- Kir. MaII HO UADNCDiiii: ciiinsr 200 GALLERY hS.:.. 50c I YP.FIIII 1'iUi 31 nr ri'nav I'vct. hjki. a. I VEUIH Mmlnrij'I hnrs. A Sal2uHi. ........ w . . iiflu.. m r.ai -..Tii "MORE VIVID THAN 1 ,." WITHIN THE LAW" f AV.j.' nVu: II THEUONSrlKAUY 1 1 RRITFRinM !y....nih i:. . Ski Robert Hilliard i. I nr. Aiic.vt.i: cam:," HUDSflM w II.M.n'rll'MH- IIe 9W. Mallner !Vnl A Snt 320 THE ONE BIG HIT! The Poor Little Rich Girl I'lll'l I Ml MAT Tilt US. Iter Mat. Sat. EVATANGUAY anil Her Own Vauilri llle I ompiito DIRIf TIICA . .Mi ll SI lol I'lrelr. Itra. nun ;',e lo Jl Mat HlT ! rVl rxn" H 1SI W oMI'uiy i:e M:t5. rULIlin Mminre Weil ft Sat M.V IO-Mlilll Al What Happened to Mary? uuii oi. nr. iMMiimt. NEW AMSTERDAM M.ll Weil ft Sal. 3 IS OH! OH! DELPHINE Ihr 1.n( Hurit In .MiMtJil Cnmcitt. LIBERTY 1 '"j SUNDAY NIGHT -rrmiiip-ir SENSATIONAL BILL OF i"iii" i i:s- FAMOUS STARS ANO i mho i k i .. BG VAUDEVILLE ACTS M'isi s: m m t tio. orni'i: fICTV H'nay ft nth SI l've :JO. UHICII Mats Writ il'upi ft Sal 2 311. I'tir l.auulilnu l'uri'e. Unit. 'STOP THIEF" .VrftF GLOBE Special Matlnre Weil'y. MinU'imirr Slime, i:ile ,lnnl The I.nl' t the Slipper MADISON SQUARE ?PFN NOW Kiimrrsi'ASO.V TWICI' 1IA11.V 'J.15.8 15 l IHKIUS OI'I'Ntl.Ni: lllll'lt iIAItl.H'lt 'A,i!;,i?..:.r-s..Ti: CLEOPATRA Kiramleii, llfKaeVi In ii i.jrr M-en in.w Vorl.. 1'ieri Ai' ii "'I I'l'i""" Arream IIIK 4'iillrellon lnlernatloii.il Tre.iki A,imi..ii.n mnc & enc ''"''fy,''1 .J? Private bo wan. K W Children uniler in half t Price nflenuKin Hon otlleeopi'ii n A V I to III' M IIIIWIII IICKKI IU KIIIS , (Same Price ai al Mallou Sipi ite i.nr.tcnl llltil llVA ' 1HUI H'way iiiear ii I st 1 ilPncr.S lhteh Vnllrl Tlckft im re lilmliel llrni Store anil John nnamaker More IIOWNTIIVVN Worl.l Travel Hurinu, Woilil lllilit ' ivFetr op o l i t a n as'ffife I lo-nlchlali. riino. Alila, Martin. Aniato, ; lli'Ns. lirlbwolil, llliihliaw Coiul., Urn llril, at 7::m. Halkurrr. ItaiUkl, Kremmail, Ilnn'er: Jorn, llraun. Itiiywliirl. Conil., Hertz , I It n r. Top, I'rli e Mnl at 2. Illuolello, llemiiel: Marner, lllllj', llottiler. Conil., Miuinnl I hur, at t tl. loia. l arrar: CaruMi, Seottl, Plnl Corsl. Ituv Cotutuetor, ToM'anlul Krl, al 8. HnrU liuilonoll. Homer. Co, MaulMiurir: IHUur. AHIioum.. iiothler, .Sccurula, , llaila. Helm Conitiirtiir, Tn-ianlnl h.il. M.H, at I'.iianii. Same CAht aaTu nlirht 1 Sat. al H, Top. I'rlie. Koenlimklniler, 1 rrar, ltulics.ni, rmnln, Jurn, liorlir, ltels, 1 nr. I'onititetor, MorirenMern lion, al h Minimi. I'nrrtr I'ari'so. I, 'iv, liolhlcr. Si'vritrula Conil . Tiiveanlnl ' ItAHHUAN PI AND LSKll, llUinil Cfl PetrnlheChlmpani-e, "Motor UniUll ay. inMl.tnlr." l.illM'ti Talkloc H'way ft IHIi St. 1 1 'Ici i trs anil 10 mhern. COLONIAL Marie MeFarlaml ft Ma-1 dame Sam ft Klltv Mnrtnn. H'way ft fl'.'il St. Hrriiilne shone ft Co,, oihrrs ALHAMBRA V'urlee X rim dice Walton! " ,,,,, ,,,,- ,i!iin--i i,i,- o; Jlh Av ftt:nst, Sak,Tall;liiirPli'iuri'k,iiihi'r RRnmf"U Sl "r llei nnn. iillcwJlu "a DnunA;ul ,v, Co,. Vlsliin. il All, .Mr. Inuh llally Mat. i'5o J.nura, I'alklnv Plciuies, fte UAItl.OI Oorra llnil.r, IM St . nr. 7 Al n STCK'K CllMPV.NV In IIMJCMIilll', Arl, Mai. Mali. lIU-ll (.'lass Vaiiileillle Ilul JOSEPH AND HIS BRETHREN i:iri. H on iho minute. Mats. Vt eil, ft Sal at -' on ihe minute. ? CENTURY THEATRE tlEniiHRH Maithlson l.ltKl Week niilinnru'P 'I'hraire. Crntnrv Theatre tu.iir bnlLUnLn O llvso. Mis T in'ivThur A.s.it.3 5 TM AUF n'ay 1 hasthii n:sTivAr, WOlll.ll'H I.IAttlNtS Dully Mm '.'.v.ric iii:Ain.i.M:ir i . UUIIIIAl HII.U Kvt.t:I..Mat.'roila roilaiiTlurieant ;iiLijyiijl! "HEN HIXCU Had 1118 HVItL FuNTSFlNE RjRNmjRE AMl'HRMKNTfl. THE PALACE THEATRE OF N. Y. Ilroadnay al 43th St, Manacementof Mil, FKANK THOMPSON' EVENDIGS (T 8:18 MATINEE OIILY AT 2.30 OPENS TO-DAY (MONDAY) MATINEE LA NAPIERKOWSKA In an An.MUAV PATnMIMI. HV. MAYER OTA GYGI Kamoua Carloiinlt i Violin Virtuoso SPEAKING TO FATHER GKOIKIt; AUK'S Comedy, with HILTON lK)M.OCK ft CO. The ETERNAL WALTZ An operetta In two seene by I.i:i rALlr -l'aul Im Imllnir MAtlKI. HKHUA ft I'VHtl. CMAIIU-H'K THE KING'S JESTER A farce by i:t) WV.N.V .V CO McINTYRE and HARTY stnvtnf Comedy lino. THE FOUR VANIS THE LONDON PALACE GIRLS - ni ii r.s - I'VPVIW.I S l r,' '. 7Sp- 'J,c nn(l :ie l. h.M.-M.s j ii,,.. tc L)Ce. K.'Sl.W M MAII.m.i.m lloxrsft lieei,si .vi.jl ;v SMOKING IN THE BALCONY ntiATOiiiu sofir.TV i r .' v. w v n ii k fhe flrl perrorinnnre In Ihlt enuntr.Y of Tauhinann "A I hornl Sen Ire": and Finale Art III. nf "IHe SleMtrraliiKer," at Cameirl Hall, Irldni, Niin, 1 he nre.it i nnrii'ttttl he aalleil In Ihe 1 Sirnphon llrehetra, .1lli Iner llarhour, .1lla Mildred 1'iilirr, John Vimnc. rutnam irlni, iholr nf llo.ii. 'Ilekela 7.;e. in si.r.n. I.OI IS Kor.MMI'.MCII.Ceniliin.ir I MAIt '.'O-.'J ADMIM(K ..K tlritllin rcnl( Mouths, Mounlnlr. Hcnrl I Wonderful hlncn.ftcolorA v nrtrn C'harie I cm HT ami i.i:msiTd.n , PHILHARMONIC soi ii r ir i' miiik JOSEF STRANSKY .mm i. .! rhuri. i:.. Hil.V Next Trl, I f I . .'::l. Biithovan's Choral Symphony IX AHXl:ili: HU.I.. Tl"kels al of-' IIKOOKI.VN AMfHHMKM-. I 8TARTHEATRE I'hent M.i.n ill' sfr,1"" BURLESQUE ',r i.aviviv liiiu.s uuii i.i - rti IIIITICI.S AMI IIKsTl II IM 14lh Street, near Fourth Avenu-. M'HINIl IIIXIIITS xxw jeiiseyT Atlantic City. HOTEL CHELSEA Atlantic City, N. J. Ooeupyiiu ail riilim IiIik'K of noun flout, in Iho fiL"lui)imlile I lieln-a tr' ileniT MM'tlon, aim tilihiunl" villi privaln UHIm (fuli milt im v.aler h tuclieil. Iiuilnu luill oMiii.uik' tl.c ixvihi ami l.inlwalk llicli-i l.i" '", t'liiMtra. HilllarilH.iafe.irrill.eK lieiieh rhefa. Holt pilvlliws Miliw 'e" trains, lioolilol ami lei ni upon le'iiin" ow,an,ho.,..TioM1)NA(, HOTEL NEW ENGLAND So Carolina ave. ft liearh. Prlcate linUin ' I nlnir ater In rooms. Illevatnr to Href W)' I Sun Parlor, Caparliy awi. special SP' ", i llooklct in HAS ft I' 1 I M! .... ,,.-t Waxtmnnt attraeuie Mi-cir nm' ntsimoni Hl, i,,,,,,,!, n,r,.ri.ir i "' ,.l.ii-nl.,r 1.. ki,..l Ipieh nrliate h.ll I. .ptclOOl vt.ltn,,,, Kimm tturel.t-k. I M'l'llcfil 'flolf. Sea water b.itlis. Klertrlrtry ma.i llcl 'Phone It") A. M, It. Si'"' Ml' Akhiir, Ciirk. ASHt'llY l-AIIK'sper Kolilfi linufj ' ' " vrnls. hotel list, 4',, on fcque.! lo I ll''" (If COMMI'.Ht'i;, ,huiy Park. .S' .1 IH'.ll.MI n.. THK IDIiAl, SPHIM i'iiiai, iii."""' . BERMUDA ClIrrTiia Mljil hut IMil ill allnc noVDiWi nmsinrnsl irtTT-l linen " rrvii'sv-c.qn nu i cl u i HOWT, lUTWOlttK.I'lt. Mana iters Ilesl locatluCinil rciuliiiiieni on l,,r '",,''1 Uoileni servhiTihriiiiBhoiil l. rill ri"' "V ah lin 111 In ir nool. our nun tlret ot yarhis. ' 1"" ihHes. soilillo rlrtlni:, unit. Icnnls, sea l i e' linur (rom N'eiv VorU. S, S. IMtsale i ; "S I'.issaut' " ?'.. it niiTi'.iiiiiit tier, ft Co.. 21 !ll'ay or SANDi:iw" SON, a btato St., New York.