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Golfers Abandon Free Train to Pacific Coast Tourney
CALIFORNIA GOLFERS western stars BEGIN HORSEMEN AT ODDS
GIVE UP FREE TRAIN T Reach relay field with TRACK OWNERS i
Crack Runners From Michigan, Illinois, Missouri and
Other Distant States Will Put Up Strong
Fight in Penn Carnival.
Willnlnnv Offer Tlinf Wns in
Coiiflicf With Spirit of
A mat cm' Utile.
Muiuifzcmcnt Finally PcoiuVs
to Kaiso I'lirsps to (500
nnd Tronblo Kntls.
THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26, 1916.
CIIAXCS i:s AT KXGliKWOOD
A uu.-'.-.isn came from Stiti l-'rani'lsco
yest'ril.iy wiyiitK that tho tcl Monte
free ti.tln cotittoxetiy wa at un rnil,
The nport etatcil that the Otillfnrnl.i
(iolf AseJcUllon linil decided to ilo what
the Western t !olf Association reiiucsled
and hail withdrawn Hit offer of a free
train to cliiio' the Chliauo contliiRetit
to the Western amateur championship
at Del Monte next mnnmer.
To OcorKe K. Hatch of Cincinnati,
president of the Western Coif Asuocla
tlon. K-Imiss the lion's share of the
credit for aettlitiK the controversy ami
VcepliiK Rcdf free 'mi" the taint of pro
fessional'!1. u 'hat would have Invaded
the frame If tho free tr.iln had been run.
If he had not heeti away front home at
the ti"" the orfer tltft wan made by tho
California llolf Association tho whole;
ir.n'fr nct'-r would lime asumeil the
lirport.iin'e it did.
As mioii as Mr ll.tleli heard of the
free train piopnsltlon hu realized that It
tus a I'.u fKtesalon of the amateur rule
xthMi f ty .my elub to pay tho ox-isn-i--
ff at y golfer who plays In one
,f Its inirnos, and ho at once net
about Hie la-k of prexriitlnR tho plan
from colnc throuch. At the time he
took hold of affairs the scheme had
made ciilder.iblo progress aniPHK the
middle Western Kolfcr. who wero
pleased by th Idea of a free trip to
California, and tt was pretty hard to
persuade them to Kite It up. Mr. Hatch
hepim with the dlrectora of the Western
Coif .Violation and at a meeting held
ilwrtls bifore tho annual meeting of the
MFSOCi.t'.t 'i they voted to refuse the
Ciffer of the free train.
The mutter t-crmed to be settled, but
at th' Wi stem ineetms the vote of the
directors was practically overruled, for
the tcirrey lx.m hent to Del Monto and
the dire. t'" were ic(Ueled to accept
the frc t-ain.
Mr B.i'-h refused to slve up the flht,
however, i-spite the manilate of the a
Hc ai on ct uh)i-h he wa ptesldt nt, and
li en. urace him he had the moral sup
port of President h'ranh It. Woodward
end .e (Klier ollli ers of the I'nlted States
Coif As .-,dtton. They atcreett with Mr
Balch's stand and uiul that the free
tialn offer he turned down.
Dunne the winter the W. (J A. ill
reetoti. voted to ask the r.illfornla Ololf
.to .(at. on to withdraw It offer as the
most gr aceful wuy out of the situation,
ir.d .iPhvugh a month .iKo the 1'allfor
r ,i:. de, lino,l to Withdraw the offer the
lteiK whi'h came yesterday ahott.s
(at Vy have tlcudeil to fall In line at I
i 9i and that tho entire control ersy Is
xvr.
The re- :1tt of the visit that Donald
Row mud- to Hugh-wood on Sunday were
rude Known eterday. Nearly every
' '!e on tl.' course will bo changed In one
way or another, nine new greens will be
bull and about 15a yards will be added
t ,c piaying length of the couise.
Thi "u -t intent i hauge will be at the
twe'fth ho.c, the all uphill hole at the
tcu'h end of the links. This will be
conrt-d Into a one shot hole, the long
drive trom the bottom of the slojie belns
eliminated. New traps will 1r the main
changes on the first two holes, but the
t. rJ tie will be moved forward about
f.i y j. d". and the green put back of
P.e d t. h whh'h crosses the course. The
fourth will remain about tlm same, but
r.e.v traps will lo put In at the tlfth and
the ,-neri raised. A new green will be
torsi u -til .'oi the eighth ho'.o further
don i. fie hollow.
Th. e. .i . h pien will be moed back
rf ill, nit. is, tnaMnu the hole alwut 4tU
Jani A terraced green will make
te 1"!. t fu -ltli harchr and the home
rte h'-j a MI have two levels. The haul:
n the ir of the home green will be
c n . i- 1 r.-placeil by a trap.
W r . i i ieg n at once and some of
the )e mportant thangiu will be
icmiji.ftfii IWoie the Junior Metropolitan
nil .. w Jeii-ey championship are
I.ajti at Enlewood m June.
Ab"U' eighty jntries have been re
( ud f r the spring tournament of the
Ccai'ry Club of I.akewood, which opens
in- ei.-.ii m thu Metropolitan district
t til' vv. and more are expected to-
I ..u I hnos ng hh the quantity. !
f I'm first rank golfers liaxe not yet
t i h.i 1 from, but Mime of them may
tun . h- the time the tourney begins,
V r. - one name on the list, how
ff ,.i evuy golfer will be glad to t,ce
,iyolfer will be glad to see
M"' ! -a- champion, and twice runner
in r r tne national title. It was not
' g tint golfein all were speak
1 ? - r gf(" h( cause Ilerieshoff would
I o- 'ie lns no more because of
I!'"' 1 1- has been at I.akewood for
Kre t: iii a month and has been play
In? ijn'f a- often as possible. His scores
t .- h en good, and If ho wins the tour
r.f th it begin to-morrow- hla victory
I -e more popular than that of any
C-.e . eo iIJ ),e.
It rice T Conk of Trenton haa en-
f-e , i -an be depended upon in pi.i
. ii.. 1 r D-r... tnndiill. '
VI pnv Philip V. O. Carter, who did
everx-h'nc a golfer could do ut Pine.
Ii'irn finring the winter, finds himself
Vr.atie to go to I.akewood.
To Organise Illlllurd I, ensue.
T' (i s regular meeting of tlm In
"r -j-i A -..iteur 111 Hard League will be
v. iA 'R,t j the Amateur Hllllaid
'" f ' w York, Hrcridway and S'ev-
'ouitii street, Ft-iinanerit organi--.
I he elfeeted and officers for
a war elected. Law ron e lit-
i tempo , iry chalriiiau. expects
nxeH of ten ililh.a lo attend
C , Cre-rent A. '., Arlon
x I. ' dctkninz. Freiimlschaft Club,
' ' ' i of Hook!yn, Hamilton
r in- ikhri, Algomiuln club of
r rreeport 13II.H Club and
' r I. hard Cub.
x r.
An
'"xxIkiiiiI In He Hurled In 1'rniiec.
e ,ix nf Flrrnln CiteMlgnol, who
iridny nlsht, Is to lai nqit to
i, lal. Maurice Daly, cloi-est
fe late French billiard r-liam-1 ..V.'.fjjUn inevitable defent Into a Vic
-.1 arrangement yesterday . 1 sheck of Clarke House.
pped on Saturday. A brief"" .
r
fu
in Is- held here Friday.
Ilellhi m, itcHfhe Filial Hound.
' ' on riai-hcd the llnal round
v il, f'iass c squash tennis
1 vi itcnlav liv (lufcatlng W
u Hir10 straight gamea at 15 10,
t C lleiibron w.ih at bin best
n danvi-r only 111 the second
'r , his i.troken wcrn erratic.
(r
17
TtlfM (',, Vlaiihallao Opera House.
ii ' Viicxrn(B I'rlday. April "2".
FRED. rlT0N,.;VnV;..AL REICH
Mr , , . ,...,,-, Ilium, $7 ti 110,
Wcelein athletes who promise to pro
Mde a lance part of the Interest In tho
rennsylvanla relay meet will begin their
march on Phllrulolphl to-ilny In order
that the teams for the different relay
races will be In condition for the event
which are scheduled for next Friday and
Saturday. The middle West will have a
bis army on the flrliiR line, Including the
pltl! of the athletes from Michigan,
Illinois. Kansas, Iowa, Missouri, Minne
sota, Wisconsin mid Ohio.
There Is an addition to the Western
contingent owing to tho acceptance of a
pout entry for the two mile relay eham
ploimhli) from Purdue University.
Coining so late It Is natural to suppose
that Purdue must have n quartet well
tested for speed and stamina. None other
would have a rhance against the speedy
half mllers who will represent the East
ern colleges.
Tile battle between the East and tho
West will be especially keen In the one
mile relay, for whlcti PcnrwylvMila and
Harvard were picked early as the con
tenders. Now Wisconsin and Chicago
have come to the front with evidence
that four great quarter mllem will be
on each of the Western teams and the
Easterners are not so confident as they
were early In the game.
The loss of liorkwood Is considered by
some a great blow to Pennsylvania,
while others contend that It will make
little dlTerenco to the efficiency of the
team. The wnulne ones point out that
without Ivocknood the Quakers made a
new Indoor record for the mile at Iuls
vllle, which was not allowed because the
team was disqualified on a technicality.
Tho Harvard team mny not be as font
ss at first expected, ns reports from Cam
bridge are to the effect that Teschner
has not made the team and Mlnot will
run In his place. Dartmouth, which was
considered a a factor In the mile, will
not send any relay teams, as the men
have had no opportunity to practise out
doors, but Princeton may prove the dark
horse In the big event.
Dartmouth will send five men for the
special events, Including Harry Worth
lugton, who won the broad Jump and
Hnlshed second In the penthalon last
year. He has been Jumping well In
practice and Is expected to repeat In the
broad Jump. Trcnholm. the hurdler, has
recovered from an Injured leg and will
be a competitor In tho quarter mile
hurdle race. Spears, the shot putter,
who broke tho Indoor record held by
Whitney, Is believed to ho capable of
giving Mucks of Wisconsin a hard tight
In the shot put, and Hector, tl basket
ball captain, will try for the high Jump
ami the pole vault. In the latter he has
been clearing 12 feet regularly In prac
BRIEF NEWS AND NOTES
OF THE BOXING ARENA
Fred Fulton will be at the ringside In
the Stadium A. C. to-night to watch
Charlie Welncrt try his punches on Jack
Keating, so-called heavyweight champion
of tho United States navy. It will be
Frederick's second view of the big Jer
sey Ite In action. He was preent a week
aso last Saturday when Welnert knocked
Andre Anderson clear out of the ring.
Fullon Is trying to get a line on all the
men he may be called upon to meet In
the near future. He saw Jim Coffey top
Jack Cleyer two weeks ago, Just after his
arrival here.
Twelve rounds of boxing formed the
strenuous part of Fulton's trauilng pro
gramme yesterday. In the morning he
had three round brushes with Sam Mc
Vry and Jim Harry who was a fair sort
of performer In the day of Marvin Hart
and Mlko Schreck. In tho afternoon
Frank Kendall and Hill McKlnnon. hl.i
regular :-parrlng partners, took three
round Wins Hcalnt him. Mnnnger Mike
Collins says to-day's work will end the
heavy part of the preparation for the
bout with Al Itelch Friday night.
Paddy Mulllns will reopen tho Clermont
A. C. of Brooklyn to-night, the State
Athletic Commission having lifted the
suspension of the club. Mulllns will be
in full charac now, to avoid the troubles
he got Into while Jimmy Twyford was
wot king for him. To-night's reopening
efirH brlncjt tocether Itatlllng Reddy and
Terry Martin In a bantamweight ten
rounder, and Young ttushy and Tommy
Farrell In a featherweight contest of the
same length.
Jnhnnv Griffiths and Willie needier
..I t- . I i...Ainn,l It
clasn lo-mormw nigni m "-' "' "
weight. Honors arc about even so far,
ONE FOOT ENOUGH FOR BURKE.
tinHlnir Boxer With ArltBelal
I, Inih Wlna Two Boat.
A cripple who has one genuine foot
and one artificial one astonished the
spectators hy winning both his bouts In
the prellminarU-H of tho amateur boxing
tournament held at the Ciescent Ath-
i letic Club last night. He was Hugh
.,.,. . Ans,.i,' a. r. ami bia
'um-J . ." '
effect unon his lighting,
Hurko made Ida debut last night and
In both bouts proved himself the better
battler He first tackled a namesake.
N. Ilurke. unattached. The latter lasted
about two nilnutis. when the referee
halted the struggle to save him from be
ing knocked out. William Silverman of
the 1-Mucatlonal Alliance, a rugged youth
and a fairly good scrapper, wan his next
opponent. Silverman was the aggressor
for the Ilrst round, but that was all.
Hurko dropped his opponent In the sec
ond session and had him groggy In the
third
T l'.lseiistadt of the New West Side
A. i. vanquished H. Sloan of tho llronx
Church House after an extra round
Mi-iiulrg.in of SI. Jerome's Catholic Club
earned the deel-don over It. Diskens, un-nlt.ich'-d.
S. Iwickwood, unattached,
mad T. Marcus of Trinity Club quit In
one round. '
In tho 130 pound class contests I., ft.
Ilrowiihteln of Clarke House won from
J I,cwls. unattached, and H. Komln
sky of the Onanam A. A forced S, Clllek
stein, unattached, to quit In one round.
ii xox-er" iiniittncneq, lurneq wnBi
DILLON GETS THE DECISION.
neat llnlx-- In Hnlhrr Turn
noul In Kansaa lt.
KANFaa Citt, Mo.. April 25, Jack
Dillon, the I Hunt Killtr. of Indianapolis,
received tho decision over Hattllng Ie
vlnsky of Nxw York In their fifteen
round bout In Convention Hall to-night.
The Irnut w.ih rather tame, neither man
Mng f-cnt to hi knees.
Levlnsky aiuierti-d that he hrnke, his
right hand In the sixth round. Ed
Smith, ft fhlcaro newspaper man, wna
referee.
tice. The fifth man In all probability
will bo the freshman llohhs, who has
been doing well In the broad Jump and
hurdles.
Oeorgo P. Mathews, chairman of the
registration committee of the Metropoli
tan Association, was enthusiastic yes
terday over the first amateur boxing
tournament held In New Jersey under
tho new law. This toolc place on Mon
day night at Newark Under tho auspices
of tho National Turn Vereln. These,
contests are confined to amateurs, and
tho sanctioning power rests with the
committee of which Mathews Is chair
man. Tho first show was welcomed so
heartily by the cltlxena of Newark that
the sale of tickets stopped at 8 o'clock,
when tho house wns sold out.
Thomns I.. Itaymond, Mayor of New
ark, was present and stayed until the
last bout was decided. A few doubtful
amateurs tried to ring In, and one of
these, William Wlttlnger of the Whirl
wind A, A., was disqualified on the spot.
Wlttlnger admitted boxing nt the Olym
pic Club three years ago under the name
of Sharkey Wllllnms.
Chairman Mathews also held up the
prim of Itussell I'lnzlno. winner of the
1 3ii pound class. Ho Is a member of
the Puritan A. , and aeeoidlng to re
port sold tickets for a New York club
show In which he had the Idea of com
peting. Since the law went Into effect
there has been a great boom In amateur
boxing across the Hudson and 100 New
Jersey lads have applied for registra
tion. Martin Sheridan said yesterday that
he Intended to produce the new Irish
whlto hope na one of the non-competitive
features of the Monument A. C. games
at Coltlc Park on May 7, This broth
of a boy Is .Michael Sheridan Orellfh, hli
middle name being In compliment to the
family of the great nil around athlete
who, like Orellsh, comes from Mayo.
rtli. x. i- . , " i -
miviidii in ri-tcu ivvi mi, ttii.t (ii, n n .
reach of ninety-four Inches, which Is 1
eleven Inchci longer than r'hnmplnn
Wlllard's. Jim Corbett also will he In
attendance for the purpose of seeing
the Gaelic football game. Prank Moran
and John McCormacn, the singer, are
others who will he there to see the fun.
The chief event will be the fifteen
mile walk for the championship of New
York and New Jersey. This excludes
Oeorgo flouldlng. which will add to the
excitement of the race, Another nov
elty Is the twenty-five mile bike race, for
whlcti fifty teams have entered. Points
will be awarded for the leaders at each
mile. For the first time at Celtic Park
the track will have the new twelve Inch
border and will bo banked to Insure
safety to the bike riders.
CHERRY MALOTTE TO
CARRY TOP WEIGHT
(trci'iitrrp Stable Also Hits
Xoxt Two in Order for Satur
ilnv's Font ure.
The Greentree Ptnblo's Cherry Malotte
will x-arry top weight In the race for the
Cedarhurst Cup. the handicap steeple,
chase which will be the feature of the
first day's racing of the Uockaway
Hunting Club at Hewlett Hay Park,
Iong Island, next Saturday. The weights
were announced yesterday and stiow that
the Greentree Stable Is likely to lx
prominent In amateur sport this year,
as next In order are two more chasers
of that popular stable, Hen Wyvls, an
Imported horse, nnd Iloyal Amber.
The racing next Saturday will Hart
the amateur eennti, and the meet win
be concluded with another daj's sport
on the following Saturday. The fol
lowing otll-lals have been appointed
Stewards. J. '.. Davis, F. C. Hlshop,
Henry W null. Cnpt K. H. Cassatt.
Andrew Miller. H. S. Page nnd Schuyler
1 Parsons: Judges, H. A. Hourne and
W. I.. Power . paddock Judge. F.dvvard
S, Von, hundlcapper, Frank J. llryan
clerk of scales, W. C, Krwln , starter,
Frank T Clarke ; clerk of course, George
W. Gall; patrol Judges, A. J Akin. Al
bert Franke, Itcne I.u Montagne, Cnrt
landt H. Dixon 2d, John P. Kane and
Alfred I.. Norrls.
The Cfdarhurt Cup Is a handicap
steeplechase at about two miles. The
weights:
Cherry Malotte.... lMIDixnn Park .
Ilen Wyvn lix'rresl Hill
Iloyal Amber 14'Pashlnn Wing
Abdnn 14'. otto Kioto
Nenunhar H3 0vrieir .
I'nniak .. Ill tlurirrave ....
lrinil,iil Inn ..
131 ty nin-
Ilelleof llrynMawr 13l
On Their Toes
Batavuu glide along with
ust the right amount of rub
ier touching the ground
just like a runner on hi toesl
THAT'S WHY
BRTflllft
mvttiYvm
giva hanaat miles of laaad for ira
ary gallon of f a minimum friction
urfaca but maximum itranith and
wear. Good idaa, thoa indanta
tiont weran't the?
Ii vaux car Mat
or nrr unu '
7'rHATAVIA
Tllll HxTAVIA
IIHBHKIl CO.
I'aelory at
llatatla. New York
Balarla Ituhber Co..
ll)ii llmadway,
New York
,',S7 Manhallan Ave.,
Iliimkl) n,
Aih to Bmtavim Cray TWtaa
HAVitK nr. ClnACT, Md., April 2n. TheTe
was it serious break this afternoon be
tween tho horsemen racing here and the
track management which threatened the
success of the meeting, due to end on
Saturday, t.ate to-night the matter In
dispute was settled, and to-morrow's
card, which had suffered from lack of
entries, was cancelled Entries will be
left open until 8 o'clock to-morrow
morning and a new programme substi
tuted. A delegation of dissatisfied owners,
headed by William Uarth of Virginia,
called on Manager tlurko and thteatened
to make no more entries unless all purses
were raised to 600. Tho manager de
clined to Increase the purses and the
entries closed with a very small list
Later the horsemen and the management
came together and both made conci
sions which led to the decision to sub
stitute a new card. Tho results:
Pint Have Two-) rar-oUU, selling, four
nd a half furlongs. Tnres, 110 (.Met
calf), 19.10, tl 20 unit IS, won: Cheliea,
103 (K.Ik), 1 0.30 ami tl.to. second,
Punltann, 1 1 J (Iluvton), l:'.!0, third TIIIU,
:SI. My lilrl. Pol Meals. l joii ami
I)t render also ran
Herond Itarr .ter plerh- fu- four
)aroMH and upuaril twit nu.i . Hum
Mt,, 13;; ..'rnnn!, $ft 6'. S4 T'J Hint $., iO,
won, Idle Mlihafl, l"i (A'len). II V0 and
13 10, nion.t, i ,l Hon, Ml (Crawford!,
13. 10, thtM Tlm, 4.J2 I.tttle Hugh.
Ai later, Tim K'.rphant and llandrunnlng
olio ran.
Third Itace Three-year-nlda and up
ward, ml, inn, tiw nd a half furlongs!
Squealer, 111 i Parrlntlonl. U.50. 1 1, TO and
IJ.J0. won, SlumW It.. IS: (McTangartl,
H unit t:.bO, leeond; ProhlMtion, I OS
ifhultlnxeri. K.tO. third Time, 1:0 J.
Tlnjan and lllnck Itrnom alto ran
Kourth Hace r.nir. year-old" and up.
ward, the Newark Helling Stakes: one mile
nd neNenty yards: l'hlt I'Rxar. too (t'ar
rlngtnni. 13.40, 12. TO and out. won: Illum
inator, 10: (J, McTnggart), 13.10 nnd out,
eecond, Hrave Cunarder. tlft (Hehame.
horn), out, third. Time, 1:47. Dinah lla
also nn
Ktfih Race Three. year-olds and up
ward selllni: five and a half furlongs
Prince llenr). 111 l.I. McThit furl I, 13 30,
I? 0 and I! !"), won; The Masquernder,
1U (lltltn'Hil, 14 :n and 13 40. etnnd,
Stalwart Helen. 115 (Hchanichorn), I? 10.
third Time. 1 i 4-S Haddt' hol
Virginia W, King K. and Uoodn-ood a'si
ran
Sixth Itaei- Thre-year-old and up
ward el'lna. one mile and a sixteenth
Itoial Mctror, lo: iliuttlnr). 13 70. 13 10
ami i.i. nnn. i.nm Traxers. 103 (Moun
taint. Ill 30 and IT 0, second, Hay n
Man'. KIT iWardl. 110 10, third Tlm.
1 : Hlackford, Mr Mack. Illhie Hlbhs.
Valos and Tenr also ran.
Sexrnth lta.-e -l"i- ihr yarnlds an 1
upward. se-.inK five and otie-ha'f fur
'n -aleritien 'man 5 (I.Skes), 113,
l ') and 1130. w-nn. 'hml:Utlon, 101
(Seliamsrhnrni. 13 To and 13 10 second
Max ins Cholfe. 110 (Trnx er) 111 0.
third Time, 1 0? Km.iie Old Ilnh,
Coiinterpart. tanvltl II, Vllev Kreda
.t.ihn- in Partner and Shago also ran
AMfSKMENTH.
METROPOLITAN Jffi.??.
fxenlngs t :to. Matlnreatiirdax-al -J In,'
i.ts r wvr.u. hp
DIAGHILEFF'S
BALLET
RUSSE
TO.N BUT Jeheheraaade." "Solsll rl Nult."
lU-nitini- l.r Spectre rl" la lime I,-
paire lth MM MJInky, Mn, Helm
iiaxnloir .term . Mniea laipnkoia, Itetallio
T,lt, lui-tleta. eUoIota
THItR 1 'l,WM de Pin.- Carnatal,''
inunOi - tM-helieraiaile." ttlth Mines ljp..
kuta. Itetalle. Trhernhheta. SuLnlota,
axlleitska, HewlrUe, .MM, .Mucin, Holm.
Idlki'xltl. ( -i-ehi'(.
CD I ' I'cinmrhUa," "I.a IVInree Hn.
I nil clianlee," "N'xihldes." "Prlnre Ifft.r "
txlth .Minixx. laimkota. Tehernlrheta. Waxllew
ska Snkcilova. MM Maxaln. Holm, (JHtrlluff
SAT MAT "''leopitre." "1. Wtre lie It
OAl.mHI. h,,..'- -rarnatil," t!i M
NlJIn-Uy. Max-ln, Holm, (latrtlolT, Idzlkiiaxkl,
(ee heitl, Mmex Iqiokota, Itetallct
Trhernlrheva, W'asitenska Soknlova
9AT FVF "'"', Sjlphldet." "l.-i I"rincivx,.
OHIiCICiKni-hant.-e." .-folell de Null "
-Sili.'herata.l"." with MM, Nlilnxkj. M..n
(latrll'ilf. .tere. Mnnt. laipiikoia, Iterallet,
Trliernletieta tvlleka. "okol.ua, llexli-ku.
I'rlirsi l. SI. .to, a, ..vi, pvi und i-x.
HAKHMAN PIANO U.tKD
Mailne I'lllnii'a Theatre. noih t.anr.R'ttay
Last Recitalsof thcSeason
YVETTE GUILBERT
lO-MCIIT tr H:t
The recital will he preceded hy an Hddri ot
m. ji i.i mils
ni:.x r mi l i aim
Nunitav Ktenliifx, Apr. .'III. .May 7. nl :.,
Iliesda.t A Irldat fi.. Mav A .1, at a.
aMod ( KMII.l :illSi:tt, "Violin.
hv ( VAltl NII.I'HI .N.S at the llano
Ticket now at Hot (Wire IxnaUi I'linn
Dlrc-tli.n I'ATHAHIM: A IIA.MMVS
THEATRE FRANCAISI'.v'c:,
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svi'l-. 6ALA FAREWELL WEEK
SPKCI.M.I.y SCI.KCTKH Pltin.KA.M
ThurKte (b'Bn?,enfr.
.V'1'lmn...Mat. 1 1. Brieui i.Miiltrpiece
I'rl Mat.
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aliinlay
M.itlli.i-.
at Night
(iiila fane
xxell.Mght
(MonAmi Teddy, Hh Edjar
I Brcrr.an & Yronne Girrick
La Petite Choeolatiere, i
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X "llll X.1IIISII XJICUIC
La Petite Chocolatiere
With all tho Artlata and
numls-r of additional acta.
AGMILLEN
l.axi o'ln Kedtnl. Mat. Ltu.
ADr. .'U. at S.I.'.. Aeolian 1 1 .11
.sens ,'.u i ts, to 2 00. Knahe llano.
pahkw r.i.ii riiM KitT or m:akon
McOORMACK
iiiri'iiiiiiiiMK. M'.xr sit mi a v Miiiir
AT h 1.1, TIl lxLTH NOW AT HoX OKKH'I!
('onl.froni Noon Dsllv
I ij-i.w,oc. triangle
I llm orn. presentx
llniiElaa falrhaiiks,
-Tlio (jood Had Man "
!'.'.'.""'" .Arhnckle In
"Tlm Other .Man "
I'rl in e Tlie.ilre.stiin.r.ie., Apr. .10, mtiij
rol.lt SO.NH UI'.CITALwIthNAHIIATIVi:
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vuuii.ii ixuuci i nu Mniin
Heals Now at Thealrn Ilex Ofllee. Cillo
IIUIIhON TIIPA THP. Tues., May 3 at rp.lo.
RATAN DEVI
Neronil Iteillal nf l ast Indian Nuiiks,
Tickets Ii: I o, Mic .Mgt.J.II.I'oiid Ljceiini Human
IIOTEL8 AND KEttTAL'HANTlL
14th Street, near Fourth Atoouj,
Prince George fiotel
riftb Ava. and llth M.
psdal ralsa la perraurat gutala,
HOTEL ALIERT ISMUStiC
llilei l up. i:cllnt. ratlaurant mat
rale, nioderata prtca. Hpaclal rata Cat
permanent guMla. Medaru. orapraof.
AMP-P.MK.VTX.
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ir in i xiiuniiubnA s -.iv toft AO.
ROBINSON II
CRUSOE. JR.II
With AL
JOLSON
48th ST.?,"
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Hi Matinee Tit tn'wS 1
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ot avunucr w.m siii ft
I I I W W lr. am
Kvg, s :iu. Matinee To day A at 30
l.M ll IIMI IIP
Grace George
In III IIS Mill hll.WVN Coinnly
Captain llraHibminil's Conversion
LYRIC
I IIP TKI,.rJ'l West nl H'ttaj
I ts K 20 t.lt
To day. II fU
8 m .V ki I .1 x W
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Mai Tiwlat l'niiaat '.' t.1
Alatlm-n In-day AOc to II..VI.
Arnold DALY
M-OIH S lllSIIM'im I.Y ANII lt-
Usui m.i a in his itr.vivai.or
rlAIILl IK IPS IIIIII.I.1A.M
I IIMLIIV.
BEAU BRUMMELL
SI'.N (Imrmini; nnd allmcUt imprr-
ittnali'tn " iMirrvnc feiimrr.
AMLHK'aN "Arn'iM latu rnlourd tin
nrtntic triumph " - H'rai-y Itiimtr.
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STANDARD '!;,,.
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TWICE 2:15 I INCL.
DAILY 8:15 SUNDAY
ALL MATS. 25c & 50c
US., -.Me, AOc, 7Ac. CI.IKI.
'I lie Must leiwitlnn:d HI'-iil III, .in. i
liter Prehiinteil. l-itery PiirMin liter
Hi Vearx nf Alju hliould hisi ll,
S'.'Mlobe.MW-aVSASOo
(No riilldren Admlltisll,
A All Ml. Tliaalrn. THIPK DAILY. Inc. Hun.
'r Near 11 way. Hry. 72'ii. at a A K Hharn.
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I'INKMA
DKAMA,
LllliijKWIIIMIil
AMPSEMKNTS.
MAXINE ELLIOn'STiTO-M'W EVE.
A Musical remedy nf Parisian Life.
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aVyant.
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a a a DUinsp XI Pmi. ana Is Carta
Mating and JHnelrg at lMnner ano Fiiptxr.
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BUUIn $..',o Malllliv To-day 2 .Hi
M'tlS II Vtll.kN in iiimmi:.
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with llarrl-uin Hunter ami Norman Tret or
MISS IL.VHKK A lllll.llilll
In .x iiIhx lllll tins
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1 .in Matinee To iiy -j :
111 111" llll
if Ills life.
A KING OF NOWHERE
RiyftPCt -'l'th. d'-ar H'ttay
It ITS K -211.
m iiinws. Mais. I iwlay
Silt -J;.-(l
Popular
M)liii. Ti.-iliir XI A tl Ml I
en Muslral I'omixl)- 'Pliat la nim-rentl
.a .
VERY GOOD EDDIE
LAST 4 DAYS
FINAL PERF'NCK NP.XT SAT. NIOHT T
MADISON SQUARE GARDEN
Tlt-e Dally. 2 1.1 A s 1.1. liieii Hour Larlier
JLsiJLrj
BBARNUM & BAILYL
, AND THK NKW flPKC
1 "pifiM kit lurii'i vt
PERSIA
THE BIGGEST AND BEST
CIRCUS EVER EXHIBITED
MONhTF.lt "o I Hi:K i'UMIIII
Atlinixliiii lo Ofx ti faHls llexerxtxl Seuls,
Kteothhm. 3B OUB 7 ie, S I , $ I Ml
Prix .Ho llm Seats, J 10 ( hlldren under 10,
half prli'o liiafteriHHin perful'lliaui ex, eti-epl s,n
Hram-ll Ticket omei-ilaihh-li Valley Tli kelOir .
Il'ltav, 4J M , (IIiiiIm.I llroi. ,1! II M if A fit ,
N. V. Central Ticket OIL, 12.1 ft .x; 7tll Av
t it rl- I riiitiiKtmn
1 1
Matinee Daily ats $1,00
W- IMA Mv
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hip hip unnniv 1
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HAM) lint Hailet Mai 211
hliiKial hy it. II lliiriixlde.
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BROADWAY THEATRE "TjHV
JOHN BARRYMORE
"Tin: urn
WIHOW."
. A DK W'Ht. Cul.l'In h'Ktery Day
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KIKI1K OF VKHHI'N and
tl'l-Pl.lN HAIHS ON I.O.MIO.N.
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