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THE SUN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1914.
ASSERTS BRYAN HAS OFFERED TO 0. K. GUTIERREZ Jlcxiciln President's Seerc liii'.v Sn.vs Terms Arc Amnesty for All. NO liKHHiNTNOX. SAYS STATH DKPAimiKXT Miami City, via HI Paso, Doc. 54. Il w.i.s stated here tlint provisional protulcnt litititrrc. received a cent liiuii .. i turn from Secretary of Stuto Hiy.in to-day saying1 that the fnltpU Sutis was toady to recognize llio con om ion lS.i-riniient. providing a public drci.ir.it ion wan niulo granting1 umiilo sintioty for everylmdy In Mexico, .iscifjing in pirtlcular ex-Fedcral.H ami , Cithol.c clergy. President Ciiitlorroz's private secre tary mail this announcement, declaring a die Hra-.lll.in Minister brought Mr. llryan.s declaration. tt was announced otMclnlly that Opn. A'varcz of the convention forces cap tured T pic yesterday. Ot n. Chao of tlie Federal district got telegram to-diy from (Jen. Ksp'.noza, president of thp iiennanent commt&dou of the Aguascallentca convention, which hid been meclint; hero, KtatlnB that the mvmW-rs of th- commission had arrived t San Luis. I'otojl, where "they hope to tontinup tlip study of nat1otr.il prob lems with complete liberty and without oppicestoti." v Ccii. llsplnoza declared that the com iiitMon would soon make public a man!, festo to the nation, giving1 the reason for Its removal from Mexico city to San Luis l'otosl. MJV FIRST NIGHTS IN ONE WEEK KEEP MOTHERS BUSY Mothers?. Sure; They're Members of the Merely Their Mothers Club and Mrs. Janis Is President, Though She Escapes the Ordeal. Wamiim.to.v, Dec. 21. State Depart ment otlli;,ils eaid to-night when told of the report ftom Mexico city that no con ditional nffi r of recognition had been nud to 1'ioMsioiml President Cutlorrez ami that the ipieotlun of recognition of any cmerhincnt of .Mexico Is not being eon , tiered here. VILLA CLAIMS VICTORY. rarraiitlsliis Scitlterrd .Near Tor rcun iiltlllo's MirrcniliT Itciiiirtcil. EL Paso, Deo. 21. Declaring that the Car an i nun e.iit of Torrcon at Shu ''cdro lias licn scattered. Villa agents In .In in, said to-day that Torreon Is no er in danger, bill that negotiations 'mi,, i. to the surrender or Saltlllo to the i em ton forces are In progress. t'ol Aco-ta Is a ell ni; as the convention r, p, (Mutative In t he negotiation with (e , I. ills ilutlernz, a brother of the isioml I'i ifldciit. Aiwta has re turted to ,Mci .i .-11 that the city with ila arrKon will be turned oer to the co-it eiition forces In a fen days. Geti. Felipe Hlvcros. (.lovomor of Sin (ioa has milled at .Mexico city for a lonfc'cnce th Villa. It Is declared that iti' of the garrison in Siualoa hae dc- re,l their alleuhincc to the convention A eminent and (Jov. Itlvcros -will be mnrmssloiicd by Villa to net with Julian Mmina In an extenslc weft coast cain lalcn. innictlns reports of a severe battle at TjMiani, in the oil Holds, have been v rflieil by farrnnza and Villa reprcscnta t'le? i:.icb side claims a victory. l-'u thc IUIitln at Apizaco, south of Mexico city, li 1 reported by C'.iiranza nfMits. whose advices declare that SOU of the .apatlitas attacking the city were killed or taken prisoners by tlen. Gavlra. A further victory Is reported by Car ranilntiis in the nelKhborbond of Orapuato. Contracts for the leasing of tOO box carf. topether with a considerable amount e.' pa-senser eiiulpinent and motive rowr, are now pending lietween the Na tional Hallway ami American railroads. H"C0idlns to advices received here to. iay It Is said that the rolling stock will b lfjsed for a period of one ear. SCOTT SEES MAYTOREXA. Vtlla nrnernl to tVllliilrniT If 1 1 1 1 1 I.rnir. -Vonnlew Alone. Naco. Ariz., Dee. 2t. Cten. Scott of the rnltwl States army mado progress to rt.'iv In Ms neaotlatlons to have the Mexl iM' ininiuanilers across the line cease i-. not g Intu tint I'ulted States, althuugli t. ii- llr.ng continued. !en. Scott ne-.o- alcd with t!ov. Maytore.ua. whom he il ti ictlre from Naco. The (lover tor appears to bo agreeable If (inn. Scott ' i'i e if li 11 11 insurance that tho Car r.nj.i troops will not attack his border 1 i' of Nogalcs. It Is understood that ' 'i iite has been taken up from V,ish ! n'rr w Hi Carranz.i at Vera Cruz, who ' I to havo (Jen. Hill glvo such as- 'irr . i. ' c .1 to he without authority to rntr e not to attack Nogalcs unless far r ni . g,es him tliu order, l'crhona'ly " Mm expresses a willingness to ri ' . i nil attacking Nogales if .May- ilnlr.iw'H from Naco In the ne fot - i- s understood that an effort i in . do to liao all border points 1 ' tit i,tl by both shies. I a Is said to have given as ' Hi. t he would ablcbi by sinh an ' to (icni'KA C Cariitheis, bpe of the Statu Department, on ee ii.it Hie Carninclstas would if I'logi imiiie, ' i- Sil izar, th "Colorado" i i : .iKli-d with both men and i ii Ca'Tiiii.a ilovcrmiient, 't I. iipi ' iloinoz, n former Sala r ' arrived heio to-day to 1. ii Hill leani-illng tltw tc rmi and aniniiiiiltiou. Agua 1 I ne I he Ii:im' i.f operations and iinpalgn iigaliiit .lu.iiez soon i,iiii ' M .V MEXICO CITY. 'inlee. Willi (.nllerre CilrrilnH tleiiles I'lluht I'ltili". '"N. Die 21. K'iMHts that ' .'id iii.inelleil with (lens. ( ' I'alalov and had been dilMli ' n i'IIv weie ilenled III a lies- Stale Dep ll linenl. - in tile ilepn lliient'H inl Ice,". . " lias liluineil to Mexico Ct. 1'iiifi rrlng with riesldent iMlii iigaril to Hie ineasiiies fur it.itloii of the Mexican illy '' 1 "1 .Hid the paclllcatlou of the 'a i(iren'iilallves here, havo re " "i" Ilia llmt chief a tnessiige pm is tlint he Intends to leave ? 1 irinmsa's meabage was senl ' "pc mi, where he nald ho wan J 'g "he tiiiiipn, which he found "In ?"c I' 's and acer to mimuiii thci of. ttlm . Mrs. Jalils, mother of Miss Klsle Janis, may well chaugo this day Into Thanks giving day whin, as president uf the first night organization known Internationally as tho Meicly Their .Mothers Club, Mrs. Janis pauses to icilcet thankfully upon tho fact that slm has been out of town dur ing this week of nine first night per formances. MIsk Janis had to go out to California a few weeks ago to net tip In front uf the movlo cameras. Mm. Janis, after think ing the matter over for some time, de cided to accompany .Miss Janis. Ilence the president of tho Merely Their Mothers Club has escaped the nine tlrst night per foi malices crowded Into ttlv nights, not to mention a dress rehearsal of the Douglas c'nlrbnnl; In "In the l.lmellght" piece at the Hudson the night before last and the tlrst production on any stago of Mr. Hrady'.s "HinnerR" at Slug Sing to-day. Hut with tho rank and tile of the or ganization gosh, the paco Is killing! Also Willi about all tho actor persons in Clio woild (excipt, of course, thoso lucky enough to be acting up on top of the stage at the tlrst night performances mentioned) absolutely at rest during this. In a man ner of speaking, delightfully happy holi day season, any one could lay a bet of eight to Ihe that he could call tho roll and name everybody In the first twelve tows. ".Miss Willie Hutke and husband, K'o." "Present!" "Mls .Margaret Wyeiieney and I'Vlenil Husband, ltayard Velller." "Present!" "The Hon. l!ol Cooper .Me giUB and a Certain I'ahty!" "Present!" "Mr. and Mrs. Jane Cowl." "Present!" "All tlm Silwyns." "Present!" "Mr. ipilet. please, quiet Mls-tar .lawn Drew." "Present, old chap, present" "Mr. Paul Armstrong." "Mlt me, hid !" "Miss Julie Opp." "Prent!" "Playwright Wilson Mlzn " "Soft pedal, bo the house detective Is with u." "Mr. William Courtlelgh and en tire family." "All present !" "Chairman of the Lambs House Committee. I'rank Case!" "Always present, and 1 thank you" "Mr. and Mis. Margaret Mayo." present In the Selwyn section." "And bv any chance hae we with u to-night the Hon. Diamond Jim lira " "PIti:.S- ICNT!!!" Hut it's up In tho bakony where the Merely Their Mothers members have been having the time of their lives all week. , or were having until exhaustion begun j III sei in UM lllKlll HI mv i.icrii iitrui act to act of "The l.le" and "To-nlglit'e tho Night." and vice versa. They seem to prefer the balcony seats, the Merely Their Mothers Club women do. although while daugnter Is In town -Mrs. William Hurl.e has to submit to the torture of sit ting right down in an orchestra chair One slant along any balcony row at any tlrst night of the week and you saw why the beauties of Hroadway are so MTuniptiotis looking. Juxt giance, say. at Miss Call Kane's mother. Miss Hazel Dawn s mother. Miss JosepliiiK- Driike'o mother, Mis lim Claire's mother. Miss Kthcl Amorlla Kelly's mother. Mls Venlta Kltzhuith'i mother. Miss Julia Sands's mother. Miss Pauline l-'reilerleks's mother, and the mother of the Mlscs Dama, illiilt'u ttiwl 1-i1ia1 Kilie nlin l eert.ilnlv too youthful looking to have given three I rum to the ftmnlsh war, but undoubtedly has given three daughters to the cast of . "Wotcher Step." Perhaps In their present moments of exhaustion It will cheer Ui these and other members of the Merely Their Mothers Cub to be t.il.l that when It conns to good looks and trimmings they, have their dear .ittle household sunshines hollering for help. I I Tun things hae Just happened to J Hartley Manner, over in London, where i his wife, Laurette Taylor. Is standing "cm tip with Mr. Manners' "Peg o' M Heart." ' Kor one thing, the playwright while mak I lug a dash across Paton street 111 Lon- , j don leeeiitly was humped by an electric automobile and sufUred a bioken leg. A happier happening to Mr. Manners is that a play which he completed Just befoie he was Injured has so Impressed Sir Ceorge Alexander that Sir George has next door to promised that he will come , to America soon to play In It. All of which 1 Is a theattical event of Importance, es-' pecially as Sir (ienrge hasn't played here since long liefore ho was knighted, or hack In tho days of Mary Anderson's triumphs, when a plain George Alexander he wa in the supporting cast of the then Miss Anderson In 1S8L If you stop to think of It. this young Kddio Sheldon Is some lad when It comes to turning out successful plays concern ing things and places he has had next to no peisonal contact with. As some one was saying between acts at the opening of his "Song of Songs" Tuesday night: I "IMille. right out of Harvard, wrote' almut the slums of New York In 'Salva tion Nell' and he'd never been east, west or south of the Harvard Club. And ho wrote 'Tho Nigger" and he'd never been south of North Hayonne." , "And not only that," Interpolated old Irv Cobb, mho's always present with a lot of brisht Jesls and merry sayings, "lie i wrote this 'Sons of Songs' and Kddle doesn't know any more about singing than a tlsli." Kddle Foy on Tilci-day last sold the moving pletuie rights of his new winter overcoat and of two or three of his nobby trick sticet hats. Lfforts were niado at the same time to obtain the moving pic ture tights to Mr. Koy' street clothes, hut that detail of the deal fell thioutlh. riddle hasn't any street clothe" Incidentally. Mr. Foy was the first to i enroll hl entile family in the preparatory depai tment of dear old Telleiien, that new 1 I'ree Cnlverslly of Acting that Loo's press' agent says Loo Is about to open the . young Koys thcteby monopolizing the In-j stltutloii's piep nhool department until l.ii'L-er nuarters can lie ubtaln'd, .. . .. . ... 1 1 It was a Hi-till scrrei, mai iuci-b re hnirsiil of Jami' Forties's new comedy "In the Llmelluhl" at tlm Hudson Thea-I tie Wednesday night. Nobody was In- I vltid, wherefoie it may be guessed that i nobody was expect! d or wanted. Hut t's out of the question to try 1 to keep the general reception committee or the iiclent and Honorable Society it l-'list Nlshters out of tlrst performances, Tlm 1 allbanks-ColllliKe-ebia Se ns-Hizzy -Iwsy Sidney combination wiih back stag' all set for the slatting pli-tnl, and .llniinle Forbes was about to yell "Ho!'' fiom an orchestra seat when out fiom under the eheemvloth that cmers orchestra chairs when tlm Iheatto is daik crawled nil' that pa-t of the VcllhT-Wyclim ley-.lnno Cowl Klniilier-Cnbb-lleli'iiTyler-Mai caret Mayo Dudley I'I' Id Malone-Mi gl tie-Case. llar c ii'lliggins-loulse Ituiter Hist night combination, all dusting on' their clothes, They bail ciawleil up hetwien the walls of thii building. .Ilinmie, the eminent playwilght, took one ll.i-li and liumedi. atiiy fell a speech coming on. "You am here because you'ie hete," said .llliltnle III elfecl. "Hilt if any mother's! son or daughli r of you go nut anil blub all our aim, it Hits play liefori II opens New Year's eve I'll put the Millets under you (let inn"" "Sure, Jlmmle," chorused the dark lli.-.itif. ' "Well, I'Miieiuber It, Let 'er go, Mlkei Hlng, they'll' off!" The Memrs. Lee and Jake's Christmas present to the i;astics evidently was a large bunch of the olive blanch of pi-ace, The roof of tho Forty-fourth Stteet Then tie where Vern' and the missus will rm their nightly "Castlo In the All" Mut ter belongs to the Shubert management. And only last spring over In Philadelphia, weren't eVrn's two ten sons for uplifting art all hobbled up with legal Hut this Is Christmas ; let bygones be by The fact that the particular "Daddy F.H. GRIFFIN AND WIFE ARRESTED IN COLORADO NEW PLEA FOR FRANK BEFORE JUSTICE LAMAR New York Couple Cliiii jrcil With .Misuse of Miiils ;iiid .liiinpiii"; $1.5,001) Hail. Col.oiiMio St-iiiNils, Col., Dec. 21. Fran cis II. Crlllln and Clara (Irlllln, his wife, who arc wanted In New York by Federal authorities for alleged misuse of tho malls and for Jumping ball bonds aggregating $ 15,000, were nrrested here to-day by I Chief of Police Stark anil detectives. They were traced by Klmer L. Klnca.il, for- nierly of She t'nltcd States ecret ser I vice, tluotigli Chicago, Detroit and Kan- City, where the pursuing detective ntirht i. Tnl..,i in tvi.1,.1. ii,.. i t ii,,. , was ieu on into iiKinnonia on a raise trail. show. Henry Miller, s stairlng. Ju-nin Tll lfll"ns nrlved here tluee weeks st'ralght to Salt L-ike City, then to' ISenn ago and teglslered at the Antlers under and llmilly to San Francisco. Isn't what'. ' assumed mimes. They disappeared next bothering the local olllees. Hut Inasmuch ,,.,y i,y a clever ruse and hau been In as Miss Chatterton was presented heie close hiding slnie. tlrst by Mr. Miller In the company sho "Wo made money out of our propos. now bends at the (lalety Theatre, the -11011," said (irlllln, who refused to say unoie oiuce lorce anil tno elevator men wnat tlie proiio..ition was, 'nut two or arc trying to keep from Mr. Miller tho fact that tho Western company the lnu.i Is playing In Is olllclally known as "the No. 3 troupe." MISSING CASHIER IIAFF RACK. Iteliirnn (u Ills llimie In llli bener of Weel. . Isi.tr, L. 1.. Dec, J4.--H. Clayton 1 1. iff. cashier of tho First National llink of lsllp, who dlsippeared mysteriously from his home In Moiiell avenue a week ago on Satin day, has returned to Ids family. He alighted from a train last evening and went to his home. Mr. Huff would not make nny state ment, but one of his brothers said that H. Clayton HalT wns glad to get home for Christmas, "My brother Is nady to go before the directors of the bank on Saturday and help straighten things out In vtery tiv posMble," eald the brother. "He will answer nil questions that tile dliectors 11 sU lilm so far as lie can. We cp,ct that eery thing will be settled" It was not learned when- the missing man had been, but It was ahl he had stayed In 0110 place and had sent word to his brothers and also to his wife mid child that he was well and safe. tin co parlies who had contracts with our company complalt'cil befoio the Federal Grand Jury In April. The Gover.anent says we failed to mako good on certain contracts. We thought our cases had been continued from November to Janu ary. Yes, It looks as If we had Jumped ball. Wo will icturn without extradition I papers mid light '.'. one In the emu is." tfterj lirlllln Is apisirently well educated and 1 is said to be a recent graduate from Yale. ' Ills wife In a writer ot terse of some merit and several mauustrlpts were found among her effects, which include al.o sev eral fashionable gowns. When arrested she was knitting fancy silk shawls, which she said were forcharltv. Several shawls had lieen completed. The (trllllns were Indicted here for using the mails to defraud In the promotion of a stenographic company which was sup posed to do woik for the (iovrmneitl In Sherman law lnetlgal.ons. The de fendants, because of their standing, man aged to Induce many persons of wcltli and prominence to lux est In this company. They lift New York shortly before their I'ldli'tment and It was sexer.il weeks be fore the Po t Otllce authorities located them i.n (Irolon, Mas. A llrooklyn banker was surety on the b.i'l lxmds aggregating fIS.nAn, wiah thev forfeited b their second disappearance Appeal MihIp From tr. S. District Court's Kiilingr, Hcfusiiifr Writ of Ifnlions Corpus. Wasimnotiin', Dec. 4. A second effort to have tho Supreme Court of the Fnlted States Intervene to review tho rasn of Leo M. Frank was made to-day by attor neys for Frank, who Is under sentence of death at Atlanta for the murder of Mary I'hugan, the factory girl. The Frank case has nttractcd countrwlile attention and petitions for rlcmincy for the condemned man have been circulated In many titles. The application In behalf of Frank was mado to-day lo Justlco Uimar, the Su preme Court Justice of the Fourth Dis trict, In which the crime was committed. 1 Louis .Marshall of New York, who has been retained by Frank's mother to con duct b:s last appeal, made 11 personal np plication to Justice Lama-., accompankil by an otal argument and an extensive! brief. Justice Lamar took the case under ad visement but said he would not give a de cision uiit.l after the holidays. Mr. Mar shall declined to release bis brief for pub lication. Ho left for New York this after noon and may return Saturday. Tlie application tn.day took a dlffetent trend from that presented previously by attorneys for Frank. Tlie lit st application was for a writ of error, which was di nted by Justice Lamar, later by Justice Holmes and Anally by the Supreme Court In full. The present application Is In the natuie of an appeal from the decision of I'nltrd States District Judge Newman of the Dis trict of Georgia, refusing a wilt of habeas corpus. The grounds 011 which the appli cation for a writ of habeas corpus ere made are about the same as those set out In the llrst appeal to Justice Lunar for a writ of error. Hut the appeal for the writ of error was to have the case brought to the Supreme Court from Geor gia. In this Instance the appeal comes through a Federal court instead of h Stat court If Justice Lamar denies the appeal It Is likely that Frank's attorneys will pur sue the same course followed In the matter of the writ of eiror and will apply to Justice Holmes or some othr Justice and finally probably make an appeal to the court as a whole. Tlie date of Frank's execution Is now fixed for late In January. ' Open Air to Everywhere" Increased 'Bus Service We are pleased to announce an increased and fre quent 'bus service on the following routes: St. Nicholas Avenue Line On l(Mli Street Vlmluct. from tvntnl nrtilf'triSt..N'lrhols risee, to St Nlrho IM Arnne, to MnnhMtsn Aenii'. to 110th street, to l'lttti Avenue, to tvsth In (ton Square. Riverside Drive and Cathedral Parkway Line Os IJSth Street from Tirosdnsr (o Plv ernlcle Drive, to 1 Huh .Street, to .Seventh ATrnue, where direct ronnedlon will tin miide with the 'li'm'es of the Seientli Aienne end the .St MrliolM Avenue lln-i for I'lfth Avenue t Wsshlnrto-i .Snuar-. Fifth Avenue Coach Co., Seventh Avenue Line On UrComb't tltm Mosd from Central llrldre to IMrU Street, to Seventh Ave nue to HMIi .Mr eft, lirlnsr n eit-nMnn of tho present frequent service on the Seventh Avenue I.lne, 72d Street Cross-Town Line On Its st ;jnd .Street from I'lrnl Avenue to 1 Itlli Avenue, to t,7th Street, to nrosd wny. 10 Went 7Snd Street, to t.'entisl PsrU West I02tt St., Kant of 5th Ave. iGOV. GLYNN MAKES MANY APPOINTMENTS His SccTctiir.v. F ni uk A. Tii-riicy, Will Hp Deputy Compensa tion Commissioner. AUusi. D"c It. The antuiuneeiuent was made here 'o-day that Frank . Tierne.v. secretary to I In v. filynn. had been appointed Deputy Woikmen's Com pensation Commissioner in charge of tin; Albany olllce at a salary ot J.'.oOO. .Mr. Tlerney Is a veteran newspaper man and has been with Mr. 5lynn more than flfte.n years, except when he served as secretary to the State Factory Investigat ing Commission. Stanley J. Qui tin. Oiv lib tin's executive auditor, will hecom an assistant to the Corporation Counsel In New- Yotk city. The Governor also announced the ap pointment of Deptry Comptroller fidwin S. Harris of Schiiyb-rvlllo as Special Ap praiser and Kxaminer of Canal Lands to sticceid William D. .Mllllmau of Saratoga. The salary Is 5..oOO and the term is five y ears. (Jov Olynn has alo announced the fol lowing appointments: Trust e of the Long I -land School of Agriculture. 15. 1". Yoakum of Farmlngdale, reappointed , manager of the Itm-nc-tci' Stale Hospitnl, .Mrs. Lillian (loi .line of Hucne-ter, to silt reed the late Jane II. Ilochestci' . triutr. of the Supicme Court lib.try r. Whlti Plains. John F Htctinati of ronkers, re app'j .ited tnauaaer or the .M.inh.iit i.i Slate llorfpllal. .Margact M Wasnr (wife of Llctil.-iiov., Wagner) or New Yorl. city, to succeed (iiace (lille't Ilinl. n- slgnul , tnatiag f the W Hard Siali HoMiital. Thonia- I'.. .Motan of CoriiuiK to succeed the late .1 Cameron . manage' of tho Central lsllp State Hospital, Mrs Hernard .M. Haruili . I New York city, to succeed (irace M. Dyer, resigned; trtistei of the New York Slate ltorplta.1 for the Treatment of Incipient Pulmonary Ttlber culosle. In- Llnsly It. Williams of New York city, to succeed the late David Motey. Jamcstowm. Dc. 24. Attornry-Oen-eral-elect I :. U. Woodbury has announced the following appointment for his staff. Assistant deputies for the New York cits bureau Kdgar Hromberger and Florello II. Lasuardia of New York city; deputies for tho Albany oMlee F.dnvund H. Iwls of .Syracuse and James S. Y. lvnna of New York city . assistant deputy for the Conservation- Department J. Paul Mc Cannon of Corning. t.eiiel.T I'srmer T.enp Into Well. NortTlt HiiAS'cn. N. J., Deo. li. Jsmes Quick, a farmer, 7 years old, committed suicide this morning by leaping Into a well. Ills body was found by his wife. Quick was did In his nlghtclothes. Ills wife can assign no other reason for his act than loneliness. If W rssi I 4 Dec. 26th, Saturday Matinees Only Dec. 27th, Sunday Matinee and Night Dec. 28th, Monday Matinees and Nlht Dec. 29th, Tuesday Night nly Dec. 30th, Wednesday No Performance Dec. 31st, Thursday Matinees and Nlnht Jan. 1st, Friday Matins and Nlaht Jan. 2d, Saturday Night Only Jan. 3d, Sunday Night Only Cbenma uns Moving Pictures of The War Right from the Battlefields of Euro pe A thousand details of human life will pass before your eyes as you ait in a comfortable chair at Carnegie Hall viewing The Evening Sun's moving pictures of the war. The successful results of tho most daring corps of photographers that ever invaded the Euro pean scenes of carnage are given to the public, and it is a sort of duty to go and see what our fellow human beings are doing on the other side of the Atlantic. The war takes place right before your eyes, and every English, Irish, Belgian, German, French, Russian and American should see it and be enlightened for all time. See the eviction of a nation the laughter of children mixed with the agony of adults the materialized dreams of master artists smashed into debris the false ideas of kings destroying freedom and the home see how close tears are to laughter how comedy and pathos go hand in hand how the gamut of emotion is run on human faces in times of stress sec civilization in convulsion and history being made in moving pictures that will be handed down for generations as a marvellous human document. TODAY 2:30 Matinees and Night 4:00 7:30 9:00 Carnegie Hall mmm.