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THE SUN, MONDAY, APRIL 17, 1916. BOY SCOUT WHISTLE ROUTS BIG TERROR OSBORNE ARGUES TO END DEATH PENALTY Cnpitnl Punishment Does Nnd Ston Murder, Hn Tells Kthical Culturlsts. BACHELORS IN LEAD OF CRIME IN CITY CIRCUS MIDGETS MARRY; CEREMONY IN THE GARDEN NEW CLUB IS FOUND DENY UNION BLOW TO TO KIDNAPPED BOY RAILROAD INVESTOR lu ' Uli CoiiH KppoH Also Klimvs That Glass of All PrlsonorH Is fipflinff Clipnor. OLDKR PEOPLE BETTER Men, women nnd dilldren arralfrned In tlin Court of General Hesslotni nro tettltiR poorer cueli year, nocordlnR to the annual rcort of the chief clerk of tlm District Attorney's office Just Is ucd for Hie year during which Charles A. DetUns was District Attorney. A eompatatlve l-ililo accompanies the re port, whlrh rhowa tlmt In 1906 331 per nonu appeal ed In court and had counsel REHlgncd to tlicm. tn 1915 there were 1,495 such ASKlffnmontff. Judges areo Uiat the class of men brought Into court la getting cheaper year by year, and the lawyers who make a practice of han dling criminal canes arc necessarily find ing It Just to much harder to make a living. The veeords show that nearly every Id offender, even If he has a little money, Invariably says In court that tie Ih penniless. On such assertions the Judgo iihsIkiis a lawyer. In New York the Mtato docs not pay for the lawyer's services. (July in murder In the first degree cajses does the State pay the law yer assigned, Then ho may get up to 1500 and such lawful disbursements as the court will allow. Labt j car 1,195 prisoners were sup plied with counsel, and of this number 1,348 had been convicted before. In ten years 9,492 married men got Into trouble and last year all records were broken when of the defendants arraigned 1.24 4 were married. Single men arc leaders in crime, as compared with the married men. In ten years 22,331 single men were convicted. In ten years 30,115 men were convicted and 1,711 women. Last year 174 women were convicted and 3,554 men. The average for ten years Is 95 per cent men and 5 per cent, women. Crime Decreases With A a. More crime was committed last year fcy persons between the ages of 21 and 10 than any other age. Hetweeu the ages of 15 and 20 there wero 1,075 con victed; betwen 21 and 30, 1,90 and between 31 and 40, 62S. Tho figures de crease a the ago comparison goes up. One man past 70 was convicted last year and In 1 DOS six men who had paed threescore and ten were found guilty of crime. Of the foreign born persons who got Into trouble, thw Italians led. Iuit year there were Jfi? convicted of various of fences. Kusnia came next with 381, and Austria contributed 174 persons who were sent to prison. Greece was repre nented by 35 and China gav 15. Japan had only one of Its subjects convicted and that for bribery. There wero 2,152 parsons giving their birthplace as the United States who ran foul of the law last year. " During liwt jrar tho Court of Special Sessions disposed of P.42", actions, of which number 5,360 defendants entered pleaa of guilty. In ten years the court has disposed of 1 1 S,06(J cases. In ten years there have been 479 homicide cases disposed of, with no cpn vlctton of a woman for murder In the flrat or tecond degree. There have been ' 52 men convicted for murder and sen tenced to dlu in the electric chair. In tan years 17 women wero convicted ot manslaughter In the Mm degree and In the same period 13 for manslaughter in the Be co ml degree. Two women were convicted last year for manslaughter In tba second degree. Only ono woman waa convicted of itfewtult in ten ycais. 9121.1 lO Forfeited Bonds. ' During last year the ball department cf the District Attorney's otllee col lected on ball bonds that had been de clared foi folic 1 In the vnrioua courts 1121,110. Of late years many defend ants: have failed to appear In the Spe cial b'cslons Court for trial and the bonds were forfeited. There wero 153 such last year. The large number of for feitures are In the Magistrates' courts, and In ten years 1,457 defendants have failed to answer to their names there when called for a hearing. Assistant i District Attorney l.iuelie, who has charge of the bail bureau. .is!ed on ball last year to tlm amount of J3, lt',,2no, and out of this win lie, accepted us being good fciirety J2,4 7S,000. Tha balance he rejected. Every witness appearing In a criminal case who has hten served with a sub poena demanding attendance, except In rases of police odlrers and public, ofll clals, gets at the rate of S cents a mile. In addition tho witness gets, 50 cents a day for being in court. During last car witnesses travelled 70,376 miles, and In ten years. It has cost tho taxpayers $210, 137. OS to compel the attendance of witnesses to prosecute criminal actions. The House of Detention, where many witnesses who show an inclination to disappear after being found by the h Hce are kept, is a costly adjunct to the criminal procedure of the county. Thero were 356 micli nitnessca committed last year, and their cost was J24.S75, Wit nesses bo confined are paid by law up to 13 a day while detained. DEAN OF THIEVES SENTENCED. Olfl Kant Side Plckporkrt C'anaht , llitlililiiic Women. Morris Rosenberg, who Is believed to be the East Side'H oldest pickpocket, was fcentenccd yesterday to hlx months In'the workhouse by Magistrate t'otrlgati In tho lfc Market police court. Since USE he has received prison terms ag gratlng about fifteen yearn. Rosenberg wan arrested lust Saturday by Detective ('avoid In a market at Tenth t-treet and First avenue. The de tective asserted that Rosenberg used a pencil with an adhesive substance on one end to extract bills from women's hand bags after he hail opened them The prisoner said he was Hu years old and lived at Kil Ludlow street. MINERS' DECISION EXPECTED. Conferences on ntliraettc .Hcalo to He llrsunieri This Week. The sub-comiuittie of the anthracite miners and operators' convention will re um conferenres to-day with President While of the I ulted Mine Workers or America, who was called to the bedside of his dying mother last week. K, C Adams, repiesi illative of the miners, said yesterday "Siimo deiisioti Is expected tills week. The silli-connnlllee has been busy ills (iisslng tlin in. ii hlnn n 1 1 1 it- propositions and the piopiisalx for the alipolntliicut of a permanent umpire for lhe pieven. tlott id 1,cal stlikcs. Thn cominltteo Iiiih also been Iipi.il Willi the question of tonnage. Hie nilmrs desiring a slated general tiniu.ige to In' liMd on which tn Utilll'c the wage scale..." HiKtlnu I'enrs strike I roiililr. ll vrriM. a. WHS qtlKt IO-lll llldllc Mm if it nun l ow win i v l'i il I tl Tins low u lil pti did ions were i -ilit ...in tii. Kill, .11-0.1 enqiliiy. t'e N niou.il t 'nu res (Inn dull ami i ib,c I hi in in. Id ml i;r- finis ly IIW O pl'lli ii have the e.noii strike's leiiiiu in Hurl, wcie mi M I uctei-sfiil. , JiJ'v'i'ivi,tL fvxaril.svraaBB k..k.:u aaaaaaaaaaaKtBsaE aasaaaB Notable Array of Freaks Make Up the Bridal Procession to the Ring Some of the Invited Guests Fail to Arrive. One of the prettiest home wedding ever celebrated In Madison Square Harden took place last night, when Mis Klsle Hclneklng, perhaps the most beautiful midget In all the Barmim A Halley younger circus set, was Joined In matrimony to Mr. Joseph Francis Short, who loomed more than half an Inch higher than his charming bride. The bride had expressed a desire for a quiet wedding, and In deference to her wishes the publicity depsrttnent of Mr. Rarnum and Mr. Bailey's edu cational exhibition, now being tried out at the Garden preparatory to a run on the road, had seen to It that Invitations wero sent only to the social writers of the Stoats Zelltiriff, tlerold, 8nappj Stories, Tim rivKNiNu ruw, jirronnniwa, , Tlmm Tllf JJ.-fl. ErertbodiM. Tfmrs. Tile Sln, Adio-1 cafe rind Family Guardian, Press, 10 cent edition of the Morning Telegraph, Altcnhctmsbote, London Punch, Ameri can Cnblnef Maker and Upholsterer, the Lincoln, Neb., Commoner; Tribune, Sat urday Evening Post, World, Jfo,ses, Columbia University Spectator, Ameri can, Evening Brisbane, American Knit Roods, Century Magazine, the dear old , " , . .. ,. Ki-enlnj; Past. Perfume and Essence Oil , Kevleic, .AmerU-ol Magyar, Chinese Herald, Bonfort't trine and Spirit Jour- nal, AldHdge's Kttrtder, cotirrter ae Etatt Vni, Delta Kappa Jv'psilon Quar terly, Dot Yiddish Folk, "Whoa Who in America," Oaello American and the Jtn ptnerrini; .Vic. To resume: The HomeopafMo Eye, Ear and Throat Journal, Puck, Besstn Darmttadter Zeitung unit UesMsche Blaetter, Mail, Hrvafki Svijet, Jewish Farmer, Journal of Kervou and Mental Diseases, Forum, Methodist Men. Figaro of I'arls. France ; May Manton's Fash ion Hook, Congressional Kccard, Kir nfn0 Telegram, Col. Henry Watterson, Pottery and Glass, Schicaelischcs U'ocJi rnblatt. Seventh fiVoimriit Gazette, Lon don Times, fplrif of Missions, (Vlobr, To bacco Leaf, We Boys, Transtictlnns of the AmerlCfin JdlhemntleM .society, foil It V Fair, Irvln S. Cobb, Women's and Infants Furnisher, Quarterly Hut Jrtin of the Brooklyn Publia Library, tho ecr so popular Prabiirfdnti Itlharata of Brooklyn, and Ju--t a few other pub lications, that Inclddcd the Si rust Fin ska Budbararrn and the Vieiiybs Mrttu' nlfcu, the last two papers being repre sented, it is Interesting to know, rtvpec tlvcly by the Messrs. CKizkk and Itluutkz. Mr. Tonne Produces a Joke. The festivities really began late on Saturday afternoon when a reporter from The Sun happened to imet up with Charley Hanson Tonne, the great editor of McClurc's Magatinr, on Fifth aenuc, near Thirty-third street. One word led to another and tlnally Poet Towne was asked whether or not he had got a bid to the wedding. Ho wanted to know what wedding, where upon answer was made to him. The further information was being Imparted that the w.ldljig Mas to he celebrated In the middle ring or the circus, when suddenl a great change' seemed to come oer Mr. Towne. With a shriek of "Ugliter he staggered ti.icK. n'llvuiL'u ..nil inf. .i.t ii ii., ngaltmt a convenient shop facade at least that's what he called the window later-and laughed until a crowd began j ",'men." he manage,, going to be married n the-I cant say U ill lie- i" .mi.. . .vi.. ........ . t The white clad Dr. Amos I mpleby Ol tile I "HI ! Ill It: lli'-l'il.ll iuir.il. 'ii ins way through the crowd and a lane was , iimue in .in n.- .-,. .- ambulance. Hut the ambulance was clanging westward Into Thirty-fourth ' street for a straightaway dash- toward away dash toward was a slight com- . rhlcle. followed by , i ., ,.f ,,len,l. 1 Ninth nvenuo there motion within, the vehicle, Mior- .iiiiiM. , i. m. ... i fenr swung his ambulance in a circle . JiS ,T,he"crow!, about ,0 ( '.i n',..',i,. ,.n.,te,l t.. ..,1.1." snld Kdltor ! Towne as be raised ' - ' - hlmeelf wenltly i from the stretcher and looked out upon his attentive audience, "tha. I Mippose. the the three ring service will be used at the wed " He gasped and sank back, the amhu lance once more started away and the crowd quietly and thoughtfully dis persed. The Farts In the Case. Rut to come back to the wedding As the hour for the function ap proached long linen nf beautifully .np liolhtcicil and altogether very smart sub way locals begun to dlaw up at the Twenty-eighth street station every once, In u while and ome to a stop. Using both middle and end doors tlin guests rapidly (Minified and proceeded to Madison Square Garden. Ily the time Prof, IMwaril Hrill was ready to crank up the cjtlllopo In piep aratlon to tear Into the wedding march from "Lohengrin" all the boxes facing tho middle ring were packed with the flower of circus society. At the last moment, according to Col Dexter Fcl iowes of tho publicity department who later gave the bride away InvltatioiiH bad been sent to u few fi lends of the contracting parties, but with thn inVnutes slipping rapidly by It wan tlnally decided to go ahead with tho ceremony without them. "Among others invited this evening," said the Colonel, "were all thn Vander bllt bo.vt., President Wilson, a number of the more prominent members of tho Diplomatic Coriw ul Washington, Rossln Wiii'thlngton and John Drew of the Raciui Club, Larry, Monty and I.lnkle Waterbury, Andrew Caliugle, the en III it Rockefeller laiully, Kenny Kauff, Freddy Welsh, Prince and Princess TroubeUkoy and Hooth Tarklniilou. We havo Just learned, however, that a tleup on the subway has hopelessly delayed the Vanderhllt boya and several other", mi we shall proceed without tliein. Per , pN l)lf,v rl(ml, , lU of lhe sunnily MauoiiH ami wain io uie iiwr den, IMdlc, st.nt the calliope I'ruisely al !:tn the doors under the hand stand on the Fourth avenue end of the (lank'ti were rolled back Simul taneously liof. Hrill rolled up his sleeves, Ihiew Ii few extra hods of coal I lit i Hie llieliox under lhe steam calliope and settled down tn his ail. And then to lhe strains of "Here Cornea the ltride ' the wedding party entered. Miss Itclnekliig and Mr. Slioit walked aim In aim, Immediately followed by Hugo. Ill" Fiench giant, ami Miss i'H" (lilt, gianless, who were best man and gl iioinsl.iily Wedillnu l'ritiei.kliiM Turin). I'ioiii Hie olhet end of the ilaideti al lhe Mime lime tlie officiating clergy man, liev I' F Daniel, ii Haptlst minis. ,te living ill nt'i WoM ICIcvhiIIi street. also approached the. middle ring nccoin- lyiiucd ny .nr. .lay mal or the publicity ihpaitiiiciit of the circus, Col, Fcllowea met the bridal party at the ring, covered for the occasion by a wide spreading circular garnet rug, and pawned the briilo on, Just behind the groomsman and bridesmaid were the (lower girls, tho Misses Maxtne, snake enchantress, and Clifford, sword swallower, who were armed with roes In preparation for a floral bombardment that was to follow the ceremony, or while the newly mar ried couple walked along the clouds from tho ring Into Freak Halt for the wedding supper. And back of the flower girls were tho rest of tho all star cast of tlie side show department Zip wear ing the publicity department's dress suit and sinllux, tho Princess Wee Wee In that magenta creation the Trlncess af fects; Miss Allys Cherry, the fat girl: IMdlo Masher, the skeleton dude, and all the others. Tho marriage sendee was short but imin-ni,,-, vrii.uii ir , iu,j " RUHCO IO (IIP Tr'IIlHI "J UIO HM1H of t)m , JlIU, tKorH. lo olrctr.l tills moment to begin to argue about tho war, and the peals of laughter of the laugh ing hyenas, one of whom evidently had Just heard a now flivver car story and was passing It along the cages In the laughing hvtlia section. The bride, according to Harry Staton, the lesthete of tho circus pub licity otllee, "wore gown of ac- ordlon pleated white pussy willow tar. Ma trimmed with (leorget e crepe and pearl ornaments, with a clasp of gold ,,,,,,,. lhe ,.wlic wlntever that is, and R brld.il veil, orange blossoms and white satin slippers. Sim carried sweet pease ,. ,,.. ...a r-nw,j nolcs on the sawdust to mark the way from the widdlng ring (acknowledgments to Charley Towne) to the hall where waiter were waiting. And among those who trailed along respectfully behind the wedding nartv were old Hob Davis, editor of the Munsey publications, and young Mrs. Davis, Mr. atul Mrs. Charles Chapln, Charles fomervllle, Cieorge Me- Manus. the distinguished nrnsi, aim .-.ire. Mc.Miinus. the distinguished singer, who had cut short a recital In order to hurry home to dress for the occasion. Also Ml as Coicne Czzelt, the movie queen, Mrs. Dexter Fellowes, Mr, Jay Kl.it. Mrs. CI.Mle lCngcl. Cupid Jordan and half a hundred photographers, social nntlug experts and othem. Roth the HnmprM There, "And don't forget Mr. and Mt.i. Hiiniprs'" exclaimed Mr. Somervllle, who will have his little quip. "They're the parejits of the new baby camel, you know, C.et It- Mr. and Mrs. Humpry' " Needless to say when tliat line had been noised about. Just as- everybody was sitting down to the cocktails, the spirit of sayety rose to the nth poner. "We'll now take a long drink to Mr. and Mrs. Short," announced Major Doino Clyde Kngcl wheji everybody had lined up at the table, ami tills thing was done, everybody standing up for the toast except the giants and giant esses, who had decided' the procedure would be upcrflunns on their part Irvln S. Cobb was to have presided at the How of oratory which followed. He did not show up. however, for some un known reason. The accepted explanation was that tho great Padiicah llterateur refuied to come because his personality would not stand out sufficiently In the assemblage. In defeience to fieorge Day, the Whiskered Whir., and the Hearded Lady the thick soup course was omitted from the menu as prepared, but otherwise the i menu used at the Motel Associations ,MI1,or nanr nf lm, ,B Mmc ,lt tlin tilling,. ....... ...1l,...n,l ,.nnr.n fnr e.itirke. 1 ' " m" "; , . . V snc vl,es bv the ' , t r1t v authorities I MM" """ Cl'5, ,,,, ,,,. , ,,, The ... ,,, . , . USDJSATLASTA. (.mlir.i(,111S s,ll;,h ,,o1,m of fIlt,.r(.k, , Mierlff. I M. I., ill i ! I s-,,11,1, K,.,M..l,,.i l'i(nn. .MP mown, .viaucii t mini,, " niieji'urr-. , IHi.,,1,.,,.1,,,, I.M...I.-. CI ..,.1,i... I ,;,... N,vk ' ,0K.n,.p;pr Syra-"1" ,.,, u,,,f.,tf, i.-rin tut,,,. i. ...1.. ... r,. Albiny, Hudson. Poughkeepaie, King-, -'rf , ,, .,.,, , ; ,", , , ... . f ' ,V "H'"'""- 11;"",nr"' '"t? ' , '?'r " 1K'rr' " " "l,b;r.,"f "thcr cities on tuo louts tilled of th ' !, .,lnl 1,1 "" of 'h"1 Hamuli! & Halley 0; nH" to-day at the Harnum & 11, !,.. ,.lr,.llu l,,..l , 1.1 I... v", , , V' ....... . ''" ' K ' "nrs r . '.t: M.t ' one day down at Mlduet city In Luna Paik got all tangled up with a boa, constrictor she was handling In , ! t"1 capacity of snake charmer with the midget show, and how the bridegroom, fearing him uoi, grabbed the snake Just In time. Mapped It on the wrist, flung It from him and so won the heart ami liand of the bilde. Hut. as Col. Fellow es paid last night, the less said about the whole wedding celebration the Utter, thn pres agent taking the stand that so Intimate a function as a marringn really was none of lhe gt neral public's business. 1'rlnccton OlAhratl on Put Off. I'niNi'irroN, A irll H Princeton's Shakesliiate festival, which was to take pl.n-e l(i-iiioniW , lias been postponed be. cause of Hie sinlileu Illness of Miss lMlth Wynne Mattheoti. The Orphic. Older't Shakespe.no concert and Prof. Al f I ! Noyess lectille have also been poHlponid. iiio celebration will prob ably tin held Imniidlately after the laster vacation. For plraiure or profit, the best I fa the cheapeit; floorf one$ require no more space, no m ore care. OUR MIXTURE OF WAVED SPENCERS VAUGHAN'S "BUTTERFLY" Contains the ben of lhe new types, nllh loiig (lenK often carrying four Itosers. the colon running from thn fulnlmt rreaini anil plaka to the deep blutu and other dark abadei. IVIcm: "Butterfly" A lb.,75c;oi.,25ct Mixture pkt., I0c. Mammoth "t.ardenlng Illustrated," ISO 1'nri, with lenflel I IIKK. Haniuy Mrrrl, for, ( Ininh. Brooklyn Mother Gets Word Little Hon titolen in Florida May Be in Atlanta. GONE YEAR AND A HALF A slim young woman too young look ing almost to be tha mother of a boy 64 years old sat In tho drawing room of her homa at 61 Macon street, Brook lyn, last evening studlng through tears o. photograph of her son. There hasn't been a day, scarcely an hour, since December 12, 1911, that this llltle mother with the very black eyes end very black hlr and ery white faoe has failed to study tho child's picture, thinking thoughts that mothers seldom have to think, fortunately, for she was wondering If tho little hoy was dead or alive, well treated or 111, decently fed or starved, Did he remember her? Her name Is Mrs. Kuth Stryker Kleh ter and her son, Kobcrt Stryker (the mother had married William II. Illchtcr Of Brooklyn after the death of her first husband), was kidnapped Just before noon on December 12, toll, from the home of Mr. Klchter's ntint, Mrs. Charles 11; Brown, tn St. Petersburg, Kla. F.ver since that day Mr. and Mrs. Klchter h ive sought vainly for the child, ex hausting clue after clue, running down rumor after rumor and never getting closer to the boy's real whereabouts. Yesterday morning, though, Xlrs. Ilich ter received a message from Atlanta, CJa., which gavo her a now thrill of hope. A friend In Atlanta telegraphed that de tectives In that city, acting under the Instructions of low Harris of (leorgla, were searching for llltle Robert Klchter, having heard that he was hidden some where In the city by a woman whom the IUchters suspected a year and a half ago. Mrs. Klchter and her husband Im mediately telegraphed thanks yesterday and asked to be notified Instantly If the child were found. "The trouble Is," snld Mrs. Rlchter to a reporter for Tub Stis yesterday after noon, "we know so llttlo about the cir cumstances of my son's disappearance. In the year and a half there has never been a cine wvrth anything. The whole case has been an absulutely blank mys tery. Nobody has ever asked for ran som or threatened the child's life. Lit tle Robert Just vanished that day In St. Petersburg. "In the year and a half we have In vestigated mote than fifty rumors thnt Robert was tit such and such a place. The last likely one was frwtn Waynes- ooro, i.a,, in .union. I n l ... strangely enough, a woman npared In Waynes', boro and confeaeil that she had kid napped my boy. It turned out that she waa merely a senttton hunter and that Hhe had never been within manv mile-, of my on. Now cornea tho story from Atlanta. It Interests us for tills reamm: We heard from S.m Antonio, Tex . sev eral weeks ago that a man named Victor 12. Innes, who had been arrested In Sail Antonio and who had lieen mentioned In connection with the disappearance of two girls. Mis llc.it rice Nelms and her aimer, Jirs. i;ioise Nelms. Dentil". Md In his jKiKsesslon a child cln.-clv resem bling Robert. "Now we understand that this child, so nearly resembling ur buy. has been brought to Atlanta by Intiei's sister and that the detective are working mi this icvuure or the c.i. Perhaps Inties has. been taken from San Antonio to Atlanta. These are features of the cae about wlilc.li we lirtvo no Information." Moth .Mr Klchter and Mr. Klchter are ready to leave for Atlanta at a mo. meat's notice If .i little ,...... n..i. . .. - : 1 iMnl Iti ivt. flfi IC u .. ,).... , , f..r , , ,,,. . hV ps,lt Al'"' "lM,r "f vlclor Innes, tin Ian Here in conneei ,,n ,tti, n.n .nL appeaiaiuo of the two Nelms sisters. The wants to find Mr: sheriff want to nnd Mrs. Ailing to lear the Identity of the bov who acco. ipan . her to Atlanta. mp..ni. .,, ,,, Ailing to learn ii Attorneys for Innes admit Mrs Aillnc Is in Atlanta, but lefiise to Inform the sheriff of her whereabouts. The sheriff's search Is due (J a letter rece veil by tiov. Hairl.s Saturday from Mrs. Ruth Stryker Rlchter nf Hrooklyn, "I have received evidence from per- 1 sons In San Antonio." wrote Mr, ni.-lilrr. "that the child with Mrs. S In clall. a sister of Victor Ininvs. so ijoselv "' n .'",. 1 .: ",J '"',l ne .1 ii' I'ii.tiu in- la my rin, lt- CI....I..I- .. u U .......... i... .,,,,,,,,,1 n,i. in,- ii.iiii,- i,y- wnien Mrs. Jessie Scott Ailing flier right name) was said lo have Iweti known In San Antuiilo. We never try to "paint the lily." Simple facts are enough ! Whether it's a cutaway for next Sunday Easter. Or a business suit to-day. Or a new pair of shoes or a scarf. Or one of the new "Rogcrs Peet" hats. We're prepared for this week the week before East er with abundant stocks of everything men and boys wear in qualities and colors which we guarantee without any quibble. . Rogers Peet Company Broadway at 13th St. Broadway nt Warren Broadway at 34th St. Fifth Ave. at 41it St. "The Four Corner" Trainmen See Exaggeration In Number of Widows Hold ing Stock. CHARGE PLAN TO DECEIVE Replying to the statement of the rail roads that Increased wares for the train- men would make It difficult to pay dlvl- dends to hundreds of thousands of wid ows and orphans, who are stockholders, the railroad brotherhoods Issued a state ment yesterday In which It was said that the greater part of the railroad stock was owned bv the railroads. "The railroads of the United States have organized executive committees and huteaus with the avowed object of creat ing n public sentiment In opposition to the eight hour workday movement of the freight train employees," says the statement. "In their campaign of publicity these committees and bureaus nro consciously striving to create the Impression In the public- mind thst this movement of the railroad etuplojeeH Is antagonistic to the welfare of the publia and the In terest of thn railway stockholder. To this end they are making iie of the public addresses of railway officials, ot magazines, of newspaper articles and Interviews) und like means of reaching the public. And In all of these and other wn they are endeavoring to cre ate In the public mind the ImpreaMon that the American public and the rail way stockholders arc one and the rame. Attacks nnllvtay statements. "And to drive home these efforts to align the public and the stockholder against the Just demands of the train employees these publicity agents are en deavoring to lmw that a shorter work day mean" an additional burden to the public In Increased rates and depriva tion to the stockholder In a loss of divi dends. It is this second point that we Intend to discuss. "A statement to the public Issued by the 'executive committee of the Associ ation of Western Railways.' will serve as an Introduction to the discussion. In this statement appears the following: "'The total net dividends paid by the rallwa.s of the t'nlted States, considered as a system, in 1!MI amounted to I.13D, OOn.nnn. according to the Interstate Com merce Commission, Thlrty-IKe per cent, of the railway stock paid no dividend". The wage lncie.ic of i33'.',000,n00 would wipe out over vl per cent, of all that ftnn.oon stockholders received as a re turn on their Investment.' "Ignnrlrg as a piece of extravangant exaggeration b a pirtKin the Imagi nary Increase In wages v.hlch the alsive statement says would result to the rail roads of the entire t'nlted State by the establishment of eight hour work day in freight train service. It Is of prime Im portance that we first understand clearly who these tiou. i stockholders really are. "In the first place, there are not that many stockholders In American railways, 22.2M lielng reported as the total In the entire Cnltcd Statis in 1PM by the statistics of the Interstate Commerce Commission. Including many thousand duplications one Individual or corpora tion may, and In cases does, own stock .tMI'SKtlKNT. WINTER 6AR0EKi:tv .'loi'i'Sr ! ROBINSON I CRUSOE. JR.I With AL JOLSON Marine Elliott's .loth, nr II av Kvs s-'IO. M.ili Wed Afnt ...111. In lhe Puni'v nf His ( rp'r. THE BUBBLE .No IVrritrnmncn (ioiid rrt(1 lclit. Grace George h iii.k- ami siii-s ( nmrily 'Captain llrnnsbonnd's mrcrion' slerlal Matinee lla.ler MiiikIav. 48th ST. Till. .hast ,, h) Ks s r, MNtPimTlitir. A S..I s r, II V Jhieenn W alter. I VRIC TIIK.M III l.'d VVesi nt l'ay Hi. x '.'O M.ilis Vc,l Snl i33n?nfa CASINO It n .. :i'.nh si I vkis, s i,', Mats, Wed Sat.V 1.1. Mi.ih crime ' UMJUUiHtHilMa MtJf)Eee 'huh tiear II ua.v. Kvtrs s ;'n. rniRwca mh1. vv.ii SHt.ai m i Vlu.lcal I'omeili 'lhal I. Dlttirent, VERY GOOD EDDIE ll:J-J..l;l.i:i 7 9KM nf SHOWS' Matinee Daily L'K 'rs 51.00 I'.v s l. A., i ., ,J ;,n HIP NIP HOORAY C;.,,. (,,. A Ills sen.atlonal "cat tn 0's, MAM) I en Mallet May I'll S'Ucrd I'.v It II lllirnslde SPECIAL HIPPODROME-EXTRA EASTER Till-' APPKAl. Ol PPI Al s Seat To-Day M. I I SUNDAY 1'IUI. -'i PERMANENT BLIND RELIEF WAR FUND AND TIIK AMKItlt'AN" It K I CltdSsl. AMKItK'.W JKWIHII Itr.l.lKI'. MKl.t MAN ItHI.IKf i o.m.mh ri;i., niiri isn a.iu.iih .v.-s WAU KKI.IKI' Kl'.NK. MI.CiiirilH NATION Al, SOUSA t.Ys" BAND iml the Ml Iteinarbahle I'Hgeaiit nf latent I'.irr Neeu mi One Kiiiirnioiia Stage. Blllle llurke Orll M unite Dilna Ma i:iniiiv VAelilen ( lara 1.111101111 lonng t harlea I'liero Madge Kennedy Ilia lalre llie llrady Maurtrc and I'lnrenie M'alton lien William '.i V. vim la'on t;rrnl truant lima, lienrgle White Nam nernarii Nora llae llnlly SHtrr Nan lliilierlii Keiinelh lllll Ann I'ennlniilnn Nal Willi 4'lalre Itmlir.ler I, rate l.u line l.enrse M. ('Inn hi ntrli lllKlilaiiilera IMm A llrum Hand i-OHera- i.leinnll. .adder ol lloaea l laa Hong -'ill nil onrMj-- lie niiiiei anil Ihrniaand and One I'eatnir.. PARK Mllh 81 , Col, ( Iri'le. fi, a.-, A Mle. CIINTINtlOI'S NIIIIVTO II I. M. FRANCE tIPk FIRING LINE CTRIMn IH'war47Nt.i.Mariiarllal arl,.!. Viiinnw loiDfilh-, IHIriindOrrli.s,,l,,ut jisoNjn in 1 iui wen) laHe-neiiavfi' Nat.Wk.Marlo Uoro.'Thu HoartofNQraKlyuu In scores and hundreds of different rail way companies, and In consequence he, she or It Is counted, each of them, scores and hundreds nf times as a separate stockholder. Let us Illustrate In the caso of one corporate stock holder the Pennsylvania Railroad. "Mystic Moorish Mae" Seen. "This comany, on June 30, 1913, held stock in at least soventy-two transpor tation companies. Thus this ono cor poration Is counted In the statistics as seventy-two different stockholders. Of these seventy-two companies in which the Pennsylvania Railroad Is a stock holder as many as fifteen are In turn stockholders In 174 railway corporations, twenty-threo of these 174 are In turn stockholders In fifty-four other com panies, three of the fifty-four are In turn stockholders In fifteen other com panies, nnd three of the fifteen are In turn stockholders In seven other com panies. "This complex scheme of Intercor porate railway stockholding is common throughout the entire transportation sys tem of the country. "What a mystic Moorish maze of In tricate Intercorporate stockholding! And In most of the cases ono single corpora tionthe Pennsylvania Railroad Com pany Is In the final analysis the con trolling stockholder. "This fact Is of such Importance as to deserve some attention In detail. This single railway corporation the Pennsyl vania Railroad Company owns directly a majority Interest In the stock of thirty eight companies and Its holding com bined with thoso of Its subsidiaries give It it majority Inte-est In nine moro com panies. The subsidiaries of the Penn sylvania, exclusive of the Pennsylvania company, own a direct majority Interest In the stock of forty-seven transporta tion companies. The Pennsylvania company owns a majority of tho capital slock of twenty-seven roads, and through tho holdings of Its subsidiaries has a controlling Interest In twelve others through stock ownership. Thus the total majority holdings of the Penn sylvania system comprise 133 roads. Points to Minority Holding. "Jointly with some other system the Pennsylvania owns a controlling Interest In many moro or less Important lines. The Pennsylvania subsidiaries likewise have Important Joint holdings with other sys tems. In addition to these cases of joint control the Pennsylvania Railroad and its subsidiaries have Interest In the stock of a number of Important railroad systems. "The total number of transportation companies In which the Pennsylvania Railroad has a direct and Indirect ma jority and minority Interest through stock ownership Is 254. "If you will repeal these details in Imagination for each of the thirty prtn clpal railway systems controlling the greater part of the mileage of tho coun try some slight conception will be had of the largo number of duplications among the recorded lists nf stockholders In the railroads of the United States. "The necessary consideration of the Important detalli of our problem should not cause u to lose sight of the princi pal conclusion to which Oils discussion Inevitably iwlnts. namely, that to a very considerable extent the Mock of the American railroads s owned by the railroads themselves. "In their protects against granting an eight lamr day to freight train em ployees the railroad" lay great stress on the haim that will conic to widows and orphans, whom they claim constitute a large percentage of the 0n,000 stock holders of American railways. "The above analysis of who are the real owners of most of the stock of our railway" shows, only another Instance of Is.iw the railroad officials ara trying to fool the public" AMfSEMENTS. pnnTU t"'h vest ni n'wav Krs. a.m. vU I fi Mai.. Wed nnd Sat. I-.m. Nomina. THE CO-RESPONDENT with Harrison llnntor ami Norman Teor. MISS ITAHKK K )KI.I;lll. QQTU tT TIIKTltK.nr ll'Kar.KlsK I.-, OUin 01. M.nli,, , , vv,s A Sat V ,.'o In lhe hit ol hi. life. A KING OF NOWHERE COMEDY 1 1st I" of It ai hi i. s -fl '.n Matinee To innrrmv 'J l, llv ineh, Itllls jnnini, Willi Kilniuni llri'ese.l.iiclle VVrttson DeVMlt njonej .MKiner. lilllll I II I. una ttnp I till St. 1 he.lic, dni I . at tn HO, Ailm tree ,. 1,1 n I ilt.ti.-r II mi A a U carle. I SKatinc .v. ninrine at Ulnner k sun. Table ! reservations tlin. ,. Sun Tel. .-.(i.'i llryaui M.M riirilhOVY M.lll Tempet and sniisliine. Telij Adler (I'llrlin and llarrl;. Ilurke and lirace' I A Itolilns. 411 KniomlnK Knrhantres.ea ami Hintle anil liinti. Tlm Wlardi of the Ice i Tahle reserv allons now. METROPOLITAN,! . Kvenlngi (Kicept Tnesilayl at R-,10 .Ms!lni-ei vvoltnday .. Saturday at 3 30. DIAGHILEFF'S BALLET RUSSE I I. .... I1"-'"'' ' Thaniar.1' "I'arnaval." with l. Mjinsky and .Mmos. loiKikma. Itevallm. , li'liiriili'lii'ia, nMlewska; MM, Massln llnliii, ( 'is'i'hettl, ' WED-MAT.!'-1'"4" H.lv''l.,,1,.l,,, " ."I.'Olseau (In 1 IT. . U, , 1 1 k,'hetieraade," llh M . NlllnsUv and Mros. laipokova. Itnvalles, T. hi'rnlilini.i, asllnnRUa, llewlcka; MM Massln. Ilulni. I'ei'i'helll WFI1 FVF "I'etrotnhka," "Carnaval." "I, . . '.. c,fl'" tre da la Itose," "l-rlni-a lor." 11111 Klines. laipoKnva, Ti'tiernlctieva. Waal, lev ska, MM, Mnnsln, Holm. C'nerhettl. I.avrllov. THURS. (I'lrat performance In inuno, Anierli-a). "Thaniar." "I.a I'rln. SJJn" 1l-iehanliV' "Prlnee Igor." with M. Nlllnsky and Mmiv. laippknva, ltevallos, Ti'herntrheva: MM. Ilnlni, I'mThnttl. FRI !;'J,,,"!!"!j" "JF" fPeetee lo la lloae." rni. "Holell da Null." "Claoiiatre." with Mines'. .,iiM,kna, llevallm. Trhernleheva, Niikolii ajJVI M . Massln, Holm. Oav rllov.ZvtTnii . SAT. MAT. J'1.'"."'"'" "I-'Oisihii de l eu," drill siHli' 8rheheraade ," ultli Mmoa. laino. kova, Iti'Vallec. Tchernleheva; MM. Massln. II0I111. I is'i'hettl. SAT FVF "Ni""1!'-"'." "Cleopatre." "Leppee. DHIiLILitre de la Hose," h M. Nlllnsky and Mmev laiiinknva, ltevallos. Teherniiheva. riokolova, MM. II0I111. 1'e.vhelll. I'rlcea l. I..MI. as. fjvo, H and U. IIAKOMAN PIANO URKI). TRIANGLE PLAYS How aould yeu Ilk to li rhntr.t tiy a huncry II011? De Wolf Hopper ha 11 narrow riap in hp flrat plr ture, "Sunnhlne ti.ul,'' Then there's a Keystone Comedy with liiore than lh iint riot of fun and laughter, It A. M, la II I'. M, 331' and 6 Or. Knickerbocker Theatre, Brculwry and .?8tli St. THEATRE FRANCA1S ?!v!r,1 I'hone Mryant Oft',11. Kvea. Mils Mats. Tlnira., I'rl. A Sat. a.vn. Li Mnd tu l'n s'Ennula WITH AN AM. UTAH CAST . ruuidl V Judv Theatre. 4(nh K or 11' v TREASURE ISLAND M::in. Mala Krl. Ik Hal.'J-.'lll l'lr.1. i-i.i No I'erruriuauce Uoud Frldaj. jiiii-iiyu'',."'. Boy Summons Polico When Armed Man, Seeking Wife, Storms Astoria Home. JAIL FOLLOWS A BATTLE A Boy Scout with a Hoy Scout whlstla and a powerful pair of lungs gum moned help early yesterday which pr vented hla brother-in-law, armed with two loaded revolver", from perform Inc threatened violence against tha Bcotit's family. After a battle In the dark In a tenement hallway the brother-in-law was arrested. Joseph Ahrens, 31 years old, an elec trician, of 14 Grand avenue, Jersey City, la the prisoner. Ho and his wife had a tiff last week which caused her to go home to her mother. Mrs. Hose Hcliaefer. 1217 Woodbine street, Astorlu. whoso other child Is tleorgc. n Hoy .Scout. Ahrens decided 011 Saturday night to induce his wife to return to him. He went to Astoria nnd knocked on the door of tho Bchsefer flat. Mrs. Kchucfcr heard him and looked through the glass panel. "I have come for my wife," announced Ahrens loudly. "If you don't let me In to get her I'll bust In and shoot up the shack." Mrs. Schacfer bustled away and aroused CJeorge, while Ahreni bcgnti smashing In the door, two revolvers ns clubs. Oeorge found his Hoy Scout whistle In his trousers pocket, opened the window and began to toot, to the disgust of his sleeping neighbors. De tective Patrick Kltzglbbons heard the shrieks of the whistle und responded on the run. Mrs. Hchaefer told the detective from the window of Ahrens's announced ac tivities, and Fltiglbbons sprang Into ac tion. He ran upstairs, grabbed Ahrens before the latter could shoot, nnd wrestled with him In the dark hallway. Finally another policeman arrived nnd the two managed to overpower the wife less electrician. Magistrate Miller later In the morn ing held Ahrens on charges of felonious assault and having revolvers In his pos session. BABY FALLS FROM 4TH FLOOR. tTnhnrt Sari for Conlnalnna Arm and I.eara, of famuel Wandouff, 2 years old, nar-j rowly escaped death yesterday afternoon when be fell from n window on the fourth floor of 201 Madison street to the , pavement. The child was stnlllnu' when picked up by Its parent. Pr, Nlele of the ' Couverneur Hospital treated him for t contusions of tho less and arm. The youngster's mother said the child Is Just lenrr.lng to wall:. She was In a 1 rear room while her son was playing 1 with a doll. A tenant In the house who happened to glance out of the window saw the child In the street and notltled the mother. AMUHKMKST9. Nt.W rilRK'M I.KAIIINt! CUBIPC B'way A 40th St. Kvs. 8 1.1. tlVir InC Mata. Wed. A. Sat. 15. "A BIG POPULAR SUCCESS" Afl.l'STCS TIMIMtta' MA -World I. at II KTT K 1 1 T 1 1 A N A It I ZO N A ' Tilearam VrCIIU H'way. 4.". si. KvenlnusS 30. I LlbCUm t,(s, Thurk. A Sat , 'J '.n 1 Charles rrnhiiiun, David llelaco presents The Heart of Wetona 5 CANDLER ViSHii W s m Mt Wii Sal. J 'JH . Justice .MH'-UTpI'VI. IIBCBTV Wr.ST4SD.sT v:v si. s 1.1 Mi.irp. Sat.. S -I.". kiui.111 Maiinissa vvsi Jll.lt IKIN4l.lt JOSI.I'II StMIKIISON IIKUN 4 t I IMIIIN III the Triumphant C V D I Musical CollHsly rDITCDinU H'wayal 41th St Kics . I.' lril I tnlUn Mai, IVnl men iJsji I '.. QltD lllll IIIIANIMIV TV. N N S s MoNTIt Koiiiamli lrl-ii (i'm-j The Melody of Youth aeTAQlt'ivay. 4."ith St, I'.vrs. s liisilAltl' niUllMtnef Wed Jk Sat ,S Id. UIBDIC Wr.ST I'.'.ST IIienliiKs at j IS nnnnia mi.isv,.i pop r,. ,s,u r, i:iktj;ii;7iiw.Miinm with I'lIKU Nllll.il .is llll. I A Mill. I. IDA rill Tflll u'est TWICi: DMI.V.'J ;i0 4S.3n. rULlUn 4nM pint ;s v.; a ."air. VITAIlltAI'll en l'neiiH GOD'S COUNTRY WOMAN DCDIini Ifi WKHTISDMT Kvenlnm s L'D, III.I VUklV 1 Mats Wisl piin.l.k Sal . S-JII. rgri u 1 u w : Km MADISON SQ. GARDEN NOW TWICK DAII.Y.S;5AR!l.1. ShnrtHeason GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH And thn Mluhty PERSIA And the Mluhty Urwtarnlar Vaireant tir 1 nr. i'i;knt (IK lllt-.TIIOlHtNII AMI ONK NlliHIS 1 ,400 raraons. a.;00('otunw, 78.1 MoreiM. BIGGEST CIRCUS EVENT IN THE HISTORY OF AM ERICA. MONSTER ZOO KltKAK CDNOItKS!. Adnilaalnn to 9C0 g, Cn. Heaervml So-iti K-rcrjthlna c tx owe 7.V,, , m I'rlv ate Hi 11 Saata, 12 An, ( 'hlhlrnn tinder 1 0 half prlrea aft. prrforniani-es rieppi ss. Half lleketa on ule al (iarden mil v. . u.MJ,.A!7'.t",,.rTM:KKr rrii;Ksi Lehlch Vallay Tlrket Offlee. Il'way A 4:'d St.: Olmbel flroa., It, II. Mary A i'o.. and N. . l.'entral Ticket Oftli-t, i:.', st. A 7 A v. com WMsSt.l'lioni'llrjant 111 l-'.vss 'j:,, Mais. VVe (Top.) A "at at a a.',, The BLUE ENVELOPE !.'.'!" NKXTWl'.Kk Dal In "llrali lliiiniiui.;' Mi Ttii" .1 v It li Win t'uiirh n w llrgiiuiliw Nrt Mlilit Mulil. 'i.'i. THE BIRTH OF ANATION AATH STi THEATRE '"IV'snnVi1 7ixsv.-7"tc a 'mm I'lNT.M ITI W PI t lilt MA tiik 1. oh; si out 01 1 111, m.i.s, iOLUMBIA JI'lhTVy'v's'1!' i'.'.T. p nn: MILLION DOLUR DOLLS BandhmiiAMiUv l'la.i sib Hvvk I,-, m( f'.'I.V ' (1!M tOCKtU 3 1 'i J 'V H' "The Abolition of Cnpitnl Punishment" was the subject of Thomas Mott Oborna, former warden of King Ming, who M.mk esterlny before the Kthical Cultura Kocletv nt Sixty-third Street and Central Park West. "Capital punishment." Warden o borne Mild, "la a retaliation and h b4 on the theory of revenge. Tor that reason It Is n deterrent to society and does net accomplish Its purpose. "rltatlstlca of years show that only J per cent, of the total charged with murder In the first degree are convicted Nothlr.rt better lllustrntiw tho iiiipoimliirlty nf capital punishment than thii Mats n affalis. "I'rhnnrllv Intended to discount;) crime of this nature, very oftni It litis Just the oivjiosllc effert. Tha brava man ner In which many men pay this h.ivy penalty only servia to elevate them s' heroe In the e.ven of the uiidernorH In my mind the only substitute viialty for murder Is life Imprisonment " RELIGIOUS FETE AT SENG SING. Jerri ah Convicts Will Celebrate the Seder Tn-nluht. OssiNtNn, April It. Several pron i nent guests havu been Invited bv tv JcwMi InmaleH of Sltig Hint; prison tf, help them celebrate the Seder In 0I1 r?v. nnce of the fe.ist of the l'.i vcr Ir, tho prison chapel to-morrow nlRlit Tha celebration will eellps-e any n!hr i. Ilglous feast ever held at the jrlnn Harold Ulch Is chairman of tli r raiigciiients committee. lr VhratuT Cronbach of the Kree SynoKogue of t York city will be one of the !n-ikr Inmates, the Hebrew Actors t'liih nj Paclijii .Tacobson, the violinist, v-ill pro. vide an entertainment. Among the guests will he Thm.ia Mott o.sborne, Warden Penn n w Klrchwey. rowrressnian Mecr Inlon, Oeorge W. Wlckerbham, Spencr Miller Jr., (Jcorgo Clordon H.ittle, Iman (Jeati. Adolph l-ewlsohn, nichard llur.1 anl Leon Wclnstock. MORE OSBORNE CASE DELAY. Trial ! for To-morrow l.tUrly la Be Postponed Again. WtiiTR Pt.AtNs, N. T, pr'' ' -ft was snld to-day that the trial of Thom Mott 0borne, Indicted for nrjjleer ef duty, set for T11e.sd.1y, probabl -voaM have to be postponed nca n The l.",i) extra tal.snun have hn ordered to appear 011 that d.iv, vjt a. Justice Plan has not handed doivti a decision on the motion of Mr fiior" to strike out the count rnnrc n; In. morality from the blanket md 'tme-it they will probably be ex.-inod fe- ar. other wee, Plstrlct Attorney WeeK vi1' r?d onie time to get about tl'tt .o-.-c from the dlffeient prlnjnx Tr-. V be the main witnesses asaiusr M- i". borne. .tMt'sKMKMs. TIIKAIIII'.S IMI M'CI I'.SiSI-.S. NEW AMSTERDAM Mis. U',.,1 s,i I Miakespean Kesllv.it I tSI '. ttllkllll' Tree in TfiennjVIII With Kdlth VVvnne Mallhlsun I vn llar.llni j Charles Ualton, Wllh'tte Ivershai A 1 n.f s RAFTY'.'. niii t mhi. WiM ii"i A tl '1 MRS. FISKE ll' all alintit the reniis.lvanla Hill Ii III the filnn lit lit- tiiun nf Itelnliarlr. l'.i. Erstwhile Susan 'mV" COHAN'S Till: A , ll'way I M Pa V. Mat- V,s .i.s-1 1 1 Mitzi .Most ohiTltial Mtnl rfm'i. Itn; iinisiial 1 onu d f 'hi s.'isi,n Kve VVi.rl't in POM.POM' HllfKnM " K.srmusr i.it, i 'riUUaUN uls VVe, i,,., ASat ' llcst ItuliianFii- ri.v 111 Years I The Cinderella Man Vim I 'onnsly hy Kilnanl 1 Imd 1 atp DCI iCrlUi:sr ll l ll T I vetmij. s BtLUJMlMni, To-in'w Ttnirs 1-n I'M It. MVIIM.I lll-MIIIIIIIIII ; :n THE BOOMERANG w 1 nupirnr u h-i i ,s LunuiibnL Mts w i .. i' DITRICHSTEIN IN HIS COMtOY TRIUrtPrt THE GREAT LOVER FITIMRF W I s p till s I' lv.'iiink-se Mats Wisl A -ai 1 i j uwva :a r i a i arc NEW AMSTERDAM THEATRE I'lilli VI . i-ici t -;s, v 1 MIINSII It TESTIMONIAL I'r Itl'iiKM M I In Honor of Mr. F.F. MACKAY 'I etrr(in t lr mitl fm rnr 4 lialrmnii of Hi nfl" ronimltlrfo of the Si mm t'un'1 Ti hilrrtM hv Min Mn1 nf Ir i-f tho Actnr-. Futnl hii1 ihn Draiu'! ro.MMITTI I. Daniel rnihni.tn, Maiv KU 1 J(Mih Urt't'ki Trlrrs $;. $ fu lint m1 llcn ThltviUt lit.il I'ri'inl r i Kj t4 Jul oiilnr nt cui'tl Ii 1 .inifl rinlitn.iti -i Palace I V V I l.l VI 4 ( k VV 1 1 sit N Mllilnil M 1 il- N.lll llallit rin l 1 II 11 A 17 Si Vnllii tie 1 .1 Daily Mai '.'.'aMoJI I I lllll M I N s 1 BDninmiv Tin: vriti. 11 .i 1 DnuHunni vi 1 1111s in 1 k CLEO RIUGELY & "TMI. LOVI WALI.ACK Rr.ll) MASK lirarilnii JOHN BARRYMORE licit VVtlt'l" Hotel Astor Tue. and We.l., April U & 19. at fit:. TkWH Harrard I tuh tV .4rentn Hasty PuddingClubof Hnt vard I'renenta I III'. Will 11. I.l.l'.l'll VS I . MltV Mtlv MI M Ml Ms ! mii iikki m;w.iiu iim FORBES-ROBERTSON III lli-i"l't dr.- T,l4,a Mill' e. IIOTKIA AND Kr.sTAUIlANTf, i aT "