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THE gUN AND NEW YORK BERAIJ), MONDAY, APRIL 10, 1920.
4
ilSCOHSIN VOTE
'AT CHICAGO NOW
JOOTEDFACTOR
Jj Follette Controls Dele
gation, but Poll Favors
Wood anil LowdeiL
SENATOR LIKES JOICfSO
rccnlfor Situation Explained
by Socialists JJaJloiing in
0. 0. lvrrimary.
WISCONSIN
AtconJInr to the poU of the county
chairmen of Wisconsin Uitn by Tub
Sun and Nry Toik Uolxid the first
choice of the Republicans of that State
for the Presidential nomination U Major-)
General Leonard Wood. The second
choice Is Oovemor Frank O. Lowden of
Illinois.
On April 5 the candidates of Senator
Itobcrt M. la Follette for tieierates to
the natl'-nal convention were fleeted In
all except one Congress district. This
mean that he will control twenty-four
of WIscnln's twenty-six delegates In
Chicago. The opposlsff slate, led by
Governor Emanuel U ITiUIpp, was un
instructed. Uov tan this discrepancy bo recon
ciled? In the first place, while La Fol
lette rray Insist that the dlecates con
trolled oy him shall cast their first few
ballot .'or him as a Presidential candl-l
date, that was not at all the Issue la the
primaries. No question cf his running
primaries. ,w ijucowi".
for President was Involved, according!
to advices trom Wisconsin. The issue
was the approval cf the La Follette atti
tude In the war and th! pledge waa of
adherence to a platforx on that subject.
It began
"We favor the Imrredlate conclusion
of peace and the resumption of trad
with all the countries. Wo are opposed
to the League of Nations as a standing
mtnaee to peace, and we denounce the
treaty as a violation of the pledges made
to the world and a betrayal of the honor
of this nation.
SorlalleU Hod No Chance to Vote.
In the second place, under the Wis
consin law there was nothing to pre
vent Socialists voting In the Hepubllcan
primaries, and an analysis of the vote
Indicates that they did to In large num
bers. A opeclal correspondent of The
fiujr and New Tork Herald In a report
on the nrtmary elections sayn
'There was nothing to restrain
strletlv Socialist lotera from support
ing the lo. Follette candidates, and this
tuey did. The Socialists had no Preil
dentlal delegates of their own to vote
on, and owing to city elections they were
out in run force throughout the State.
ia toilette, has never been strong In
Milwaukee, The fact that he outclassed
I'nuipp m his home territory shows
that he received much of his support
Bo while the La Follette delegates,
elected because, of radical sentiment
favoring the La Follette attitude on the
war, mty cast their ballots for him in
. .the early stages of the Presidential
vote and quite likely finally will wind up
in the camp of Senator Hiram W. John
son, the fact remains that tho Kej.ub
llcan county chairmen, asked to ex
press their opinion ns to the preferences
for President or tho llepubllcans In
their counties, Indicated Wood as first
choice and Lowden as eecond choice In
a majority of tho counties heard from.
ThU la tho way tho percentages mn
in the "first choice" column: Wood
3J.3; Lowden, 13.3; La Follette, 13.3;
enrat0n.I-rln's h Lnnxt. 13.3 ; Johnson.
J.B6; Charles E. Hughes, 6.66; Herbert
vi.cr, o.op). anu uiv. Phi dd. ..
This was tho result In percentages in
.v oioi cnoico" column: Lowden.
SMI: Wood. 23.33; La FolIette.13.33
;8; William Howard Taft, 6 66-
,,p,j nuno, tMD.
Aa the combined "first choice" and
jecona uioice" percentages of Lowden
, ..fri Ior " Fol'ee, the for
mer In entitled to tho place in the second
choice column of the table.
Vole In the State Primary.
With complete and official returns
from a except a few counties In the
i .'. 0)0 ,p?mary vote stands: La
E?Httc.. Blite Thompson, 3J,63G
SmSs' S,'?r4V Gr"' 91'479 : Krumrer
AV Unlnructti slate Phillpp
eO,7S3; Hatton, C 1,035; West. 43 Si
Bosshard. 49.G36. "e.
i.'7he.S(""'?n,;a,,ve wI"T of the Party
claims that it Is in no sense a La Fol-
Sr" ,Wrlte-I a correspondent
2?vollnB ,trench of the Stato is
650,QOO, while the high man polled less
than 100,000 votes, it eeemed evident
that many of the small' percentage of
the voters who went to the polls because
of municipal elections paid no attention
to the separate ballot for delegates to
the national convention." "CK-al" 10
In tho reports received from the ne
puWIcan county chairmen "Amerlcan
nilMi as a leading Issue,
WJth. ,E,cono"iy' and a sound business
-.'nton runng
number of times, indicating the liberal
trend of thnuirht in i7i. r X " cral
. wi,iuiuiji was mnrinn.i
u i t , .."-uiiciii, uno tnan
n".0? n'4 thought as: "Manufactur !
of light wlnea and hrcr
-
iL. r-
- jii-puDiicans or all
classes would vote for Edwards " th,
"wet" champion In th. L t?1.e
L0J& .t nZteZi
rZr7,. among
Volstead TenfoTcementTcV. thC
vtA?,00' Palmr. Bryan, Gov. Cox cf
Ohio, Hoover and even R,bert Lansing
all received mention by the Repubten
chairmen as Democratic choices in the
various counties. ne
Some of the chairmen went Into de
tail on the question of Issues. Ona
wrote : 8
"Drastic Immigration laws that will
pro ect our country from undesirables
that cannot bo assimilated.' Liberal
Jaws that will provide for the rapid
utilization of water power and save coa!
and all. Workable laws that will pro
tect the national resources."
"A good sound business admlnUtra
tlon Is what is needed." remarked one
leader. Tvi have chased an frfai tn
Europe and back; let u loo'' a'te
Amerlca and make It safe forAmer-
aton for La FolIeMo.
, This man declared that La Foll-tte
was the Presidential preference of "his
county, explaining: "This Is not based
on the 'favorite Bon notion either, but
tho peoplo In this county and Stato feel
that he Is tho best equipped man to
feandle our domestlo problems of any
man mentioned. A reaction has set In
In his favor, and I feel that he will
corns back stronger than ever."
In order that a bettor understanding
of the situation In Wisconsin may be
had In the East tho following from the
special correspondent of Tub Bun Arm
New York Herald Is given:
"The ticket under tho label of La
2letto was pledged to advocate a cer
tain set of principles. Candidates on
Recapitulation of Choices for
Republican Presidential Race
pHE following is a reeapitalatloa of the choice for the Republican
nomination for President in the various States from which the
poll of the county chairmen takes by THE SUN AND NEW YORK
HERALD has been published so far;
Jmooo4
Wood
Lowdtti
Wood
Wood
ls)w6m
Lorn Oca
Lowden
Wood
Wood
nsrdinjr
Wood
Wood
Allen
Lowdea
Lowden
Johnrjn
Lowden
Wood
Lowden
Lowdea
lo dm
Wood
Wood
Ajaoaaa .......... a
t'ArtMn ......
fall. COOtSb
LowcUa
wood
Lrmien
Johnson
Wood
Vfeorl
Wood
Lowdra
Borah
Lowden
Watson
Lowdea
Wood
Wood
Wood
Wood
Woi
CftoUdrt
Wend'
Wood
Wood
Lowden
Lowdea
Calllorela , J
rjr4o 11
ConnecUea, , 14
JMsware ..... I
;5oru D
Mahe -,-........ i
m.z u
ladlSC ......
e ......... 31
Kansas
Kectackr
Unlttuia . .... it
Maryland II
Xamchuaetts ..... X
Miairxa M
PMlBWSDtS M
tMltdupsl U
UImoui tt
Xoauca ..,. I
Zxbrasxs 1
Lowden
fStates In abors tabla that havs
casea spoetalljr noted below these delesatea will go to Chicaro unlnstrurted).
t&tatea whe.-o entire delegations are Instructed for Wood. $ Unlnstrurted, 1:
Wood. 10: contested. 2. ILowden. 13: Wood. Z. Ilnstrueted for Johnson.
Judge J. C. Prltchard of North Carolina. ttTwo Wood delegates contest
ing with two unlnstructod from the Fourth district tttPreferentlal primary
April I carried by Johnson, Indicating rapid change In sentiment In weeks
following taking of the poll in this State. At open primary April ( no
question of Presidential preference, but twenty-four of twenty-six delegates
elected pledged to La. Follette principles: result credited largely to Socialist
votes. -
Total number of delegates indicated by county chairmen's pref
erences: Wood, 429; Lowden, 260; Sproul, 76; Harding, 48; Coolidge,
43; Johnson, 36; Watson, 30; Senator Howard Sutherland, 10;
Poindexter, 1 4 ; Borah, 8. ,
the 'unlnstructtd' side refrained from
expressions that would Indicate their
choice for President, and the same was
true of the "pledged candidates on the
La Follette ticket.
"Wisconsin sentiment seems to be fair
ly divided between Gen. Wood and Gov
Lowden, with Wood probably a little
ahead, although In a straw vote con
ducted by Milwaukee papers Hoover has
received more support than either Wood
or Lowden. Both llepubllcans and
scjuin.iau parucj?aicu in inca? Buaw
votes, however.
"The surprising feature of the primary
waa xa FoIIette's strength In the lake
shore counties. In Milwaukee, Ozaukeo
and Sheyboygan counties the Phillpp
faction always has maintained a strong
lead, but It is noticeable that it was
this section of the State that was prom
Inent. for its anti-war feeling.
The defeat of Gov. Phillpp probably
means that he will not be a candidate
ror a fourth term.
Setbnck for Senator Lenroot.
"James Thompson, who will be Sen
ator La Follette' candidate against Ir
vine L. Lenroot for the Senatorial nomi
nation next fall, led all of the La Fol-
lette men in tho primary. Lenroot's
stock has taken a slump as a result
"Although he was non-committal. It
was felt that Phillpp was friendly to
Hoorer, After Wood had started cam
paigning the Governor In a statement
said the right man for the nomination
had not yet appeared. For this he was
taken to task by Dr. J. J. McGovern, tho
Wood State manager.
"The Wood committee Indorsed E. J.
Gross, a La Follette candidate for dele-gate-at-Iarge.
Although ho was con
spicuous during the war as president
of the People's Peace Council, he led all
candidates in Milwaukee county.
Blnce the primary Mr. Gross has
said; Wo will vote for La Follette or
a progressive of that tyne.' When a
Johnson, manager visited La Follette In
Madison recently the Senator reported
as saying: 'Among the present candi
dates Johnson Is the only - one I can
support' ' I
'As a further Indication that the war
waa the compelling Issue in the selec
tion of the La FoIlcttC delegates It Is
Interesting to remark that the Senator's
platform was silent .on the wef and
dry Issue, ulthoogh sentiment in Wis
consin Is strongly against the Eighteenth
Amendmnnt, while on the other hand
Gov. Phillpp declared for light wines
and .beers. But thtf Phillpp ticket went
down to defeat."
The Democratic national delegates will
go to San Francisco without Instruction.
However, President Wilson Is strongly
Intrenched in Wisconsin, and It be
should be a candidate there Is no doubt
he would get the twejity-slx delegates l
from that State. McAdoo has a big fol
lowing, according to tho- special corre
spondence. Copvrlght, fry Tns Scs axd Nsw Yoir
JlisitD.
WALLIS IN LISTS FOR MAYOR.
Favored by Mnrphr, Given Clear
Field by Hylan, I Report
Another little Jioom for the Demo
cratic nomination for Mayor next year
I being carefully nurtured. It devel
oped yesterday. It Is that of Frederick
A. Wallls,' Fourth Deputy Police Com
mlssloner. In common with several
other boomlets that have started, this
ono has the "unquestioned approval of
Charles F. Murphy." Also, It Is re
ported. Mayor John F. Hylan has con
sented to step asldo and leave a clear
field for Mr. Wallls.
Mr. Wallls at the time ho entered
politics by way ef tho Police Depart
ment, was the New York manager o
the Fidelity- Mutual Life Insurance
Company. He Is an elder In the Fifth
Avenue Presbyterian Church.
Sheriff David H. .Knott was boomed
for the Tammany Mayoralty -nomination
at a dinner In Atlantis City several
weeks ago. John F. Galvln, president
or tho Board of vkater supply, has tho
Inside track on tho nomination, accord
'"5 to his cronies,
n f D IMnCDVMnCMTC
j' a . m i w a w m a fvc'i.fw m . i
WIN IN DELAWARE
Coo. Townsend Defeated for
Delegate to Convention.
WlLvtiwror, Del., April IS. Gov.
John G. Townsend, candidate for dele
gate to the national convention, received
a crushing defeat at tho hands of tho
Independent Republicans of Sussex
county at the State primary yesterday
for the election of delegates to the State
convention to ibe held Tuesday.
With the defeat cf Gov. Townsend. his
party leader, T. Coleman du Pont, head
of the organization forces, also suffered
defeat. While returns from Brandywino
Hundred and other portions of New
castle county aro Incomplete and the
status of somo of the delegates Is un
certain. It was stated by Independent
Republicans late this evening that
United States Senator L. Hcteler Ball
ftad been defeated and would not bo ono
of tho delegates to attend tho national
convention.
The entire election, according to late
returns filed with tho Republican com
ml'tee here, Indicate the (lection of a
m&Jorlty of Alfrad I. du Pont men and a
victory for the Independents.
RADICALS. PLAN CONVENTION.
Committee of Forty-eight Would
Nominate for Presidency-,
Steps were taken on Saturday to or
ganize a Stato committee of the com
mittee of forty-eight tho radical or
ganization, which In planning a national
convention at which the Indorsement of
a candidate for President will be con
sidered. Twenty-five Stattsalready have been
organized and Howard R. Williams la
In tho West perfecting the organiza
tion there.
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Wood
Wood
Wood
Wood
Johnson
Lowctfl
Hardin
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New Tort IS
A'orta Carolina..,. S
(.North Dakota.... it
M'OsUfcoaui
Ofalo W
Orrroa I
rrourlranU ...... Tt
Mod. Isiaad. ...... IS
Sonth Carolina.,.. II
South Dakota....!
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Lowotn
Lowden
Lowdjn Prlt'rd
jonnson wiw
Wood
BanSor
Wood
Boronl
rood
Woswl
Wood
Wood
Loadtll
Xem&ta
CooUds
Weod
Wood
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Lowdea
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Writ Vlrrttla. U
"Wisconsin H
lowdto
Wood.
PotndMttrWeod
HatterUad Lowira
Wood IflwtJea
Lowdta Wood
Trtxalx
lected an thetr de!erat(a (tscect tn
PRIMARIES IN NEXT
TEN DAYS IN 4 STATES
Leaders of Both Parties likely
to Change Campaign Plans
on the Hesnlts.
Encial to Tax Scs asd New Toss Rssald.
WASHi.voTOJf. April -IS. Primary elec
tions to be held within the next ten days
are likely to change the drift of the en
tire campaign for both the Republican
and Democratic nomination for tho Pres
idency. With the conventions only about
two months ahead, leaders of both par
ties realize the time has come for final
decisions and arrangements, and theso
will be based on results In Georgia, Ne
braska, Indiana and Ohio.
The California primaries, which are a
little more than two weeks hence, also
will have a far reaching caect on the
respective fortunes of Senator Hiram
Johnson and Herbert Hoover. It Is con
fldently believed that If Hoover should
win the result win eliminate jonnson.
while If Johnson wins It will lessen
Hoover's consideration by political lead
era, although It wui not necessarily put
him out of the race.
The developments of the political sit'
uatlon have resulted in unusual discus
sion of "dark horse" candidates In tfie
last week, and among those who have
received attention by the Republicans
aro Gen. Pershing and former United
States Senator Theodore Burton of Ohio.
Gen. Pershing admitted a few days ago
In Washington that he would accept the
nomination If It came to him, and It Is
understood that a well organized move
ment for him Is being conducted fronS
the oftlca of Senator WarTen of Wyo
ming, the General's fatber-In-law.
The Wyoming delegation will be held
In reserve as a nucleus for Oen. Per
shing's presentation to the .convention.
Consideration of tho name, of Senator
Hurton would result only in the event
that Senator Harding would fall to ma
terialize sufficient strength to make him
a logical nominee. Gov. Sproul of Penn
sylvania, Gov. Allen of Kansas and Sen
ator Sutherland of West Virginia also
are being considered.
Results in the coming" primaries are
expected to crystallize tho Judgment of
lnesJ leaders, who reallzo that time
compels a reasonably quick decision.
Keen attention will bo given tho No
braska primary because of the Repub
lican fight between Gen. Wood and
Senator Johnson. It Is 'expected hero
that. Senator Johnson will win, al
though the effect of the, movement for
Gen. Pershing Is uncertain.
In Indiana the regular element of the
party, headed by Joseph Us Healing, Is
backing the CAndldacy of Senator Hard
In?, and Senator Johnson's friends have
been quick to take advantage of the situ
ation by entering their candidate. They
believe that In a thrco cornered fight
Johnson lias an excellent chance to carry
tne btate. especially if ho make a good
snowing in KeUraska.
The Ohio fight will be the crucial test
ror Senator Harding, and, while Johnson
has refused to make any deals with lead
ers of either faction, it U understood
that efforts may bo made to take ad
vantage of his popularity in that Stato
for tho "purpose of deflecting the result'
Among the Democrc's, l-eenest Interest
bcentres In tho Georgia primaries, which
v.ill be held Tuesday. A. M-tchell Palmer,
Attorney-uenerai, is the administration
representative, whilo the opposition to
the Administration, Is centring about
Senator Hoke Smith. It v. Ill be the first
open test of the Administration's popular
strength, and will bo more Interesting on
that accoont than ocautu of its effect
on tho personal political fortunes of Mr.
Palmer.
Interest also is centring on Nebraska
because of the fight which Is being
W3ged there between the forces of Sena
tor Gilbert M. Hitchcock and William
Jennings Bryan. Hitchcock had advo
cated beer and light wines, and Mr.
Bryan's advocacy of complete aridity
has made the right a clean cut one on
the wet and dry Ibbuc. The elimination
of Mr. Bryan from the San Francisco
convention s a delegate would mlnl-
mizo his chances to upset the Adminis
tration programme, and every Influence
of the Administration Is being extended
3Ir. Hitchcock. Mr. Bryan, on the
other hand, has sent out an S. O. S., and
national prohibition readers have been
sent into aid him In hki fight
LEAGUE OF TREASON,
REED TELLS IRISH
Senator Attacks Britain at
' Clan-nc-Gael Meeting.
Jam os A, Reed, United States Senator
from Missouri, denounced the League
of Nations covenant as "the covenant
of the league of treason" In a speech
last night In tho Brooklyn Academy of
Music, before a meeting of the Clan-na-Osel
societies of Long Island. The
other speakers were, Justlcu Daniel F.
Cohalan, Bourko Cockran and E. T.
O'Loughlln.
Senator Reed said that If the covenant
of the "leaguo of treason" had been ap
proved by tho United States Senate the
world would see not only Ireland strug
gling for her liberty, but tho United
States struggling to regain hers. He at
tacked Great Brttaln throughout his
speech, comparing her to ancient Rome's
advantage, and said Britain waa even
more bloodthirsty than Roma ever
thaught of being. Ho also gave a his
tory of Irish "slavery" and pleaded for
a navy equal ship for ship to that of
Great Britain.
JOHNSON'S EMENDS
, DENY HE IS RADICAL
I
, Aligns McSwcen Also Asserts
Californlan Is Not Apostlo
of Kcaction.
DISPUTES WOOD PLEDGES
Hoover Advocato Beenta
Charge Against Former Food
Administrator hy Pinchot
Friends of Senator Johnson ore much
disturbed by the chargea of radicalism
that aro being mads against him and
they are doing what they can to eradi
cate the Idea that the Californlan would
be a dangerous man to elect President
of the United States.
"If Senator Johnson Is a dangerous
radical then tho Constitution of the
United States is dangerously radical,"
said Angus McSween, his Fjistern man
ager, In a long statement along these
lines yesterday, "and tKase who aro
opposing the Senator should come out
openly against the Constitution, against
the great body of laws which accord
rights to all citizens Irrespective of so
cial or financial conditions and should
openly proclaim that Lincoln waa wrong
and that government of tho people, for
the people and by -the people should
no longer endure,"
Mr. McSween said he was amazed at
editorial utterances which at one time
denounced the Californlan as a menaco
to established government and at an
other time as the apostle of reaction,
because ho would not consent to have
the governmental system weakened by
such International entanglements as
when we didn't judge the
character of an apart
ment house by the
presence or absence of
electric service. But most
of us do nowadays and
we seldom go wrong.
y or you house wiring on partial payments!
Phone Stuyvesant 4Q80 or mite for details
lof kow we will finance such improvements
through your local electrical contractor.
t?ho United Eteeivle
Mmand
Gov.
(AMI
Calvin Coolidge
Says: 0
WE need more of the Office
Desk and less of the Show
Window in Politics. Let men
in office substitute the mid
night oil for the lime - light?
Forty-three remarkable addresses by
Gorernor Calvin Coolidfe hire been
gathered into a book under tho title
"Have Faith in Massachusetts"
They represent the results of his
twenty years of administrative ex
perience sound Americanism
from a, really great American.
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LOEWS New York'Theatre & Roof
Cont. 11 A. M. to 11 P. M. Ronf to t A. M.
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Loew's American sg&KSSf
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Berk 4 Fraxer, Eugene Emmet AOeiU
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tWJSIS a a m aviTTirr
Nftui.Llw L.at. -.1 m. a
true ,au' Mr McSwSn. "atoTl " U .Id-.o
Johnson has said In effect that If hoi 8Uta Senate.
were- elected President ho would use Bpectat to tmm flts m Ksw Toar IttaAtD.
all the power of government to protect I v " "
and aid honest business of every kind . w ' I-' Ap,?' " R:x,rt!
and that he would mnu. ,! h , H11 Senator George P. Thompson of
form, of burinea, which. tranndlnr'X ."ffi Z-T.
tne taw lueir, would seek to take ad
vantage Illegally of tho general public.'
"Ridiculous I" is tho way In which Mr.
McSween characterizes the assertions of
the Wood managers In regard to tho
number of delegates they havo cap
tured.
"Gen. Wood is assured thus far of
only twenty delegates," ho said. "Ten
of theso have been elected In South
Dakota at tremendous cost; eight of
them havo been elected In New Hamp
shire, where tho soldier bad no opposi
tion. Two of them were named In Min
nesota and there la a question as to
their status." .
Joseph P. Cotton of 110 Broadway, a
Hoover enthusiast asserted yesterday
that Gilford Plnchofs explanation of
th reason he (Pinchot) severed his re
lations with Herbert Hoover in the
Food Administration was entirety
wrong. "Pinchot wanted lloover to giv
tne American pork producer a ruaran
teed price, as Congress gave for wheat"
Mr. Cotton said. "Hoover did what any
noncst man would do. refused to film-
flam the farmer by promising to pay
money no did not have."
Mr. Plnchofs statement that Mr.
Hoover Is not a good American and
hates the fanner Mr. Cotton character
ized as "plain bunk" and -particularly
nasty o:t or muosllnglng.'
Wasiuxcto.v, April It. Senator Hi
ram Johnson will not accept the Repub
lican nomination for Vice-President If
no snouid fall to obtain the Presidential
nomination. Representative Nolan, Re
publican. California, one of bis cam
paign managers, announced to-day.
"I am authorized to say for the Sena
tor that It is not intended to let him
bo nominated for a hitching post" Mr.
Nolan declared, "He is out for the
Presidential nomination, and under no
circumstances will he take the Vlce-
I'resldency"
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1
I n 1 1 n uni,
lor
- iTrh
an announcement to-day from
imam Campbell, a Lockport attorney,
that he Intended to enter the Republican
Senatorial primaries this fall.
Senator Thompson wishes to giro his
entire attention to his business and pro-
fesslonal affairs, but In the absence of
a formal statement from him of his
proposed retirement, there la still a pos
sibility that he may consent to stand
again for rcnomlnatlon. '
AMUSEMENTS.
AMEHICA'S FOREMOST THEATRES AND II1T3, DinECTION
WintaCarden Sffffffi
LOUI3 DE FOE. WORLD. "A dialing
iktw mptntae. i-siset au in. rest.
MrrlM Flalft 3'-a, Bx D'way.Evsjao.
aiatloeeawe
Wed. Jc Sal. 320.
D LIONEL
DARRYMORh
Mors admirable than hit Rtbetsoo Tliu
JHE LETTER OF THE LAW
(la none nocoE)
44TH ST Th, w. or n y. Eti. s so.
1. 1 "Mats. Wed. .. 330.
TO-NIGHT f'
Cecil I to -LOOK WHO'S HERE
LEAN wW,CLEO MAYFIELD
l-a-tni V Musical Comedy Triumph.
Plymouth sT;iES,8i22
ittiTOfo "Night Lcdsing"
TO-NIGHT
"IfS III A
A NEW REVUSICAL COMEDY OPENS AT THE
LYRIC THEATRE ISIS"
WtefZars SPECIAL MAT. WED.
WZJS ALL WOMEN WEARING
( V J Ha LLS ADMITTED FREE!
BELMONT
NANCE O'NEIL
the Passion Flower
48th. E. of R'r.
RiW.Mts.Thars,
J(St.230.
Th Wy to a In" Heart U reresW
at tho Temple of Laughter and Lore by
rrlnctM Theatre, Mts.Wed.8t.230.
Wt39th3t. Eves. 830.
AMERICAN SINGERS OPERA CO.
In Gilbert 4 SuIUran's Comic OpcrBurlerae,
SDPHfiORE
The best snow I r rtr saw In my life."
Alexander Wootleott or tha Time.
PARK THEATRE.ColttinbusClrde.tErm.
rnirvMtinee Saturday 3:18. ls:l.s.
vsaincs; Greeley IS33.Er0. Sat.20.
iucaire uwni uraini uucceat,
"Jane clegg"
By St John Errtne. author of 'John Fensuaon'
HARRIS S"!St. Err,.S30.
Triumph of pep, lp and Wns'-Trlhuna.
jtO Ol URAININO
d bhowers lhv&Z$k
CASINO 39115 B'war. Evw.S30.
WWItU f., V.t Jl-Bi. o.-J.
Victor HerMrt'. Musical 'Success,
My Golden Girl
METROPOLITAN
LAST WEEK Or OPERA SEASON
TO-NIOHT, at 8. FAUST. Farrar, Ellis.
Howard: HarroU. Whltehin. Chalmer.. WoUt.
Wed.Sp'lMatl PARQICAI Matienauer,
at l. Last Time rAAOlr AL. lUrrold.
IWhltehlU. Rothler. Didor. Coed. Bduuky.
WED. at 8:14. MAKTA. llarrtrato, Perlnl;
Canuo, De Luea. Malatst. Coed, l'apl.
THURS.at8IDA.Muilo.CIau.wn:lIarthel
1L A mato.Mardonea. Ananias. CdtoranxooL
FRI. at 8, LA JUIVE. PonaeUe. Scotaey.
GaUI; Caruao, Rothler. Dlax. Co ad. Bodaosky.
HAT. at 3. T080A. Farrar; Laxaro, Bcottl.
Malatesta. O'Angelo Bada. Moranxonl.
EVK.atS:lJ, l to3.l. ODERON. Eaaton.
Howard. Drlauncti, Sundelloa: Klnnton,OUx,
Coalmen. MirtlBO. Cond. Bodanzlcy.
lURUiUN lLNO USED.
METROPOLITAN
TO-MORROW EVE. A1
OPERA
HOUSE
TO-MORROW EVa AT 8:15
SGHOLA GANTQRUM
KUP.T SCHINDLER, Conductor.
SoIoliU:
ARTHUR RUBINSTEIN. Pianist.
RAFAF.LO DIAZ. Tenor.
REPETITION OF SENSATIONAL
CAHNEG1E 1LALL SUCCEPS.
NEW SPANISH MUSIC
TICKETS $;.50 to 50c NOW
Metropolitan Box Office. (KnabePlano)
J HIPPODROME, Sunday fiijht, Apr. 25
1:15. Last Appearance of TITTA
RUFFO
flff ASSISTED BT
fSJAnna Fltzlu Arthur Rubinstein
KSJ Soprano Pianlat
fSSeils tl. ll.SO. S3 h. 12.00 (clas War Tax)
fSl Box Offlee Open. To-day. S A. M.
CARNEGIE HAaffiSBTrajKo
TSONO RECITAL SOPRANO
Helen yorkL
(Mrs.MishaAppelbaum)
"Ilelen Yorke captlntes audIence."-A".y.rbiici
Management Musical Bureau of America.
AEOLIAN HALL, Tue. Aft, Apr. 10, at 1.
Only Joint llecitai in.Bareral Tear. ty
Pablo Suaan aletcalfa
CASALS and CASALS
B.nefit Maternity Centsr Aaaoclatlon.
Boxea 1100. Seat. !:.(. IS. K at BoxOffle.
or fromllra Arthur Scott Burden. It W. tt.
Aeolian Hall, To-m'w, (Tuea.) Eve. at 1:15.
LETZ QUARTET
Schubert Quintet: Brahms Sextet. Op. It.
Assisting; Artists:
CASALS .nd SVECENSKI
Tckts at Box Otilce i ot Helen Lore. 1 W. tl'.h
4th Frederic Warren Ballad Concert
TO-DAY AT 3. AEOLIAN II ALL.
Mason ic Hamlin Piano.
t
AEOLIAN HALL. TO-NIGHT AT J:li.
EU.KU llbUiXAb
WILSON LAMB
Tickets ll.SO to 50 eta. at Box Offlce.
Princess Theatre. ThU Afternoon" at J.
Harriette Cady
Piano
ReelUI. (Sttlnwsr). TtU.nawatBaiOftlfe
BERT LYTELL tn
"ALIAS JIMMY
VALENTINE"'
& "PAaUACCI."
Symphony Orchestra.
mm
rtuUfliStm MB
DREICER&CP
tyearh and. Q)iampias
rrrra avenue o forty-sixth
I AMUSEMENTS.
I J-JTJTnj-u-LjX-trf
IMPORTANT EVENTS-
TO-NIGHT
LIONEL BARRYMOHE " '
Maxtoe Elliott's Theatre In "The Let-
IIAT-s'In' A NAlfE" will be
transferrM to th Lyric Thetre. .
-SCANDAL" beslns Its Mrd wee
at th. 39th Bt. Theatre. , . ,
"KIORODORA" begins its 3rd gl
week at h. Oratory Theatre.
nrVYTU Tne,thW.of D'way. Evs.8 JO.
uw" MatlsM vita. Zr.
DITRICHSTEIN
in "THE
PURPLE
MASK.!'
MR.
LEO
ffor two uttri Xtf Att
EAST is WEST
Astor - wm w.viot..
C.CI T7VMWet 4J St. Eve. JO.
3LLW I INMw.WedThurJt Bit J30.
DONALD j PEGGY I RALPH .
BRIAN ' WOOD MORGAN'
a th. . m innicc"
Pep. I "rice Tbun. Mt. Every Wk.
IW
iMf)Rf)t?rn West 4.1 St. Ens.it8:20.
MUmA3V.U Matt. Wed. gat. at 220.
The roost searching study of
sex impulse we remember."
-N. Y. WotU.
Elsie Ferguson
In ARNOLD BEJiJiETTS New May,
Sacred and Profane Love
BBOADUURST.W.44thSt. EnJS-30.
Jane COWL
in -blUN' THIIOUGII."
Mats. Thura. Sat. 220.
Vanderbilt Ki,,
"Ers. 830. Mat. Wed. A Sat.
Tne Musical comedy uit.
A inn t? onwi iwn
L0NGACRE i ?h- Bwr-Rr- 83-
d M-wl-& at.a30.
F. Ray Comatock Morris Gcai Proen;
8TH A 1 IT-"
Mo.NTnfjam anfj jva
Thoroughlr Mnuring. capiuilr ctl.-THh.
n vm
Fnose Bryant 61. Etw.S-jo.
Matinee Wednesday 330.
Season's Biggest Hit!
LASSIE
p
NEW YORK'S LEADINO THEATRES AND SUCCESSES
FMPIRF B'way 4 40th St. Erea. 830.
lmi Mat.Wa.Stt. 1-an
"Flawlera performance, brilliant plar'.-TIme
ETHEL
BARRYMORE
in Zoo Akins' Play
DEGLASSEE
HUDSON
Booth Tarkington't
West 44th St.
Ets. S30. Mats.
Wed.i 8at.2-20.
"CI
arence
"Best Llx;ht Comedy Ever Written by
n American. iieywooq uroun. iriDune
MiicKercocKerMjtH Wed A Slt .2X
Wcdnelr Mat. liters: Entire Or-
mestra S1.50. Bale Si and 3d Hale.. 50c
ffi TteSnmhlaj-Cp Col Comedy
SHAVIflfiS
Beat eata at Box uir.ee. Kewular Prices.
Punch iinrl liiriv W.49tnSt. Eva.sao.
runcn ana juay Mats.Fri.sat.3J0.
Hole's, Wall
with MARTHA IIEDLN
John 1 lalll Jay. Vernon Steele.
BELASCO
Lenore
ttrst44tast. Etm. 830.
Mata. Then. 4: Sat.. 330.
Ulric
in THE SON-
DAIX1HTER"
By Ocorge Scarborocgh and DaTld Belasco.
JOHN L. GOLDEN presenU
aAIETY.B'y.483t.ETa330.MU.Wed.Jt Rat.
GLOBE "Apple Blosjomi"
IvreialerIacobl-LeBaron Operetta
With John ChlrW Thnrn..
Wllda Bennett. SUr Cast. Pop. Mast. Wed.
HEHI3Y MILLERS ilrr.VSS
Ets. 830. Mate. Thurs. and Sat. 320.
BLANCHE BATES H
I NOWP'1AD1SON SQ- GARDEN I
IllUll TWICEDAILY.3:15and815. I
I FINAL PERFORMANCE SAT. MAY 1.
R1NQLIMG BROS.,
BARNUMtBAILEY
JQOMBl
1M
THEWONDER SHOW OF THE UNIVERSE
its novelty, splendor and masnltude
norer before eqoalled."
GUanuc 2o Consreas of Freaks,
Admlaaion to all. Including imta. SOc to 13.
accordlnif to location (War Tax Included)!
Children under 12 at reduced price, all mata.
except Sat., to 81.10 seaU and over.
Branch Ticket OfflcesfN'o iitrinm in
s Bros.. R. H. Macy Jc rv
f 2? 1B.S. MOBS' - ,
m$rt mmir i im.
tn WVfersiori of tjes W'imeVe
A. Modern Sd!oje
A'BtVUS)
7UJS5 PUNCTUOm ROMANCE- 1
AT
With"C
n vnopaCre9SlecNorrriylrfr
I AMTJSEMENT3.
I
OF LEE ANP X
J. 8HCBEET.
rcMTI TD Vd St. Cn.nf." Mtj;rj):i;.
POP. MAT. WED. gSr $2
cmrpANY oy m.
Evenla-40OQood Best. att3X;S0tt JO;
TO at s 1 .00: 8SO s t SO-7 Be Other, a 3 MO J3.
ra
jiranch tlelrat oOn opens todjr in lobby
of Central The. 47th BtM Bwar. 9 A.
il, to 0 P.M.
oeau on ueiwu perrorra .
Mil, QT TheanearB'wsy. Eves. 8:4a
FranrLrnore SCANDAL
In the KmntM Comedy
CErHTUL JMTOMff
- 8Aif y IRENE
KERNARD and KORLXNI
&"ttaaA6 YOU WERE
C,UJ mCRTThelre,44th8t, Wof g'tray.
THEDA BARA
THE BLUE 'FLAME .
NEXT MONDAY SEATS TO-MORROW
Sothern Marlowe
FIRST WEEP; TWELFTH NIOHT.
RI mi I h 8t7. W. of D'way. Zrts. 830.
DIJUU iUXK yf (Pop-, H glt. 330.
Ii OUIJA BOARD
wUlVlCOJ I Mu.Tom'wJhur.Jt Pat .32.1.
FIRST POPULAR TDESDAV MATINEE
TO-MORROW PRICES SOc to 830.
MY LADY America'. Clifton
FRIENDS I y I Crawford
af'LITTLE THEATRE
- a n r. . Tl'8 8- o.a. A jm . '
r
(
nu. inj, -v.
KICHAKL) BLNNfcTlT in 1
Eurene G. O'Neffl'i Great Drama. I
Beyond the Horizon
t.ITTIX THEATRE. 44th Be W. of R'war.
5 &tToAjai3:15'FSgr?a51
3Iat!nwi Also nai. intm . Apni i. at loso.
"ALICE IN WONDERLAND"
Arranged by Rachel Barton Butler, author
"Mamma i Aiiair. . aiis or t utter n at u
Not a Film but acted or grown ups. aiAUEL
TALlAFERBOaa Alice.
48th St
Theanr.B'way.ErsJO.!3Sii
Mat.THun.aNat.230. iTlme
I STORM E
EN
MacKELUIt
FULTON
West46tbSt. Evn.at820.
MM.UM.S Bat, man.
itn tu
DKR7
Dl iVUnilCC 4h SUE.of B'way.
T.TtS.
i unn.w - Mats
Wed. Sat. 830.
WONDERFUL THING
with ,
JEANNE
EAOKL3
rrt TIrJfn"Wort43d8t. Ena.at83a
tX.1 UNUE.Mts.Wcd.irop.) 8al. U 330.
Florence Moore
th "BREAKFAST IN I1ED."
DrOllDI H.rwt43d St. ETes.ate30.
KtrUBUl 'Mats.Wed.(I"opJSat.at230.
Marjorie Rambeau
The Sign Door
NEW AMSTERDAM? ifl-"'
Mats. Wed. i SaL, iOc to 12.00. -No Higher.
i? lid. Wvnn Carnival
A Joroas tusJcal Rtrue Ixt Edition
A SUCCESS and A STAMPEDE.
JEW AMSTEOOAM CCCF STaTO""
KXj Can D'rj Dsnco em Smcfn
fiiicH Iffl" 0 CLOCK FROLK
wi trti wEur twrtaEMT won
tf Dtwd-Onrvtr a) 7-Xpprr 1
Colian & Hanis2S:5S2-5f
LAST 3 WEEKS.
M th AlSOtUTS tWJTK. TEIWrit
fflC
! m riAy cottsTi
LYCFUM??et",i Wert43th St. Era. S30.
4 M ata. Thursday & Sat. 3 20.
1JAV11I l(K.Srl rtrM.nts
Lrl in"THEGOLD!?r
laire dicgers-
Avery
llopwodl
-C0rLASM3ds,
. Errs. 80.
Sat. 330.
OA.-W it. HARRIS presents
Collier
"BIOOE8T
LAUOIUNO
HIT IN
TOWN."
In "THE HOTTENTOT." "If. a Riot."
id
LIBERTYw.d8t. Ere.. 830.
II OA JOY RIDE.
7W"THE NIGHT BOAT"
EMIL'Y STEVENS
"SOPHIE" rU5.o.p.
a ValeSPKUPed
iTo?n ' Bri)wBtscS
AORAHAM LINCOLM
Cart -M,ts.wm J,t htiM
Don't 'Ever Many II!
?WHY?
See MARSHALL NEILAKS
ajeat comedy feature. You
on i Ever Marry" is as
&?r tl co'nedr as "The River's
find waa on tnteresttns drama.
Av5inATv3??OIALTni:s.
ANATIONAL INSTITUTION."
O MARK w-N
StranD
ilrrctton Jedt Eaten.
WM. SHART
in "Th Toll Cats."
Rlvoll Orchestra.
ANNIVERSARY WEEX
CHAS. RAY
In "Paris Creen."
BEOOKLYN AMUSEMENTS.
CTAR
Jay nr. Fulton st. MAT
Tel. Main 1803. DAI"
PARISIAN FLIRTS
Every Sunday Two Big Concerts
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