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I TELEPHONE ML
GOV. SMITH ASSERTS
LASH AND GAG RULED
legislative Session Just Closed
Is Strongly Denounced
"TP-STATE CITIES WAILING
Dcfent of Telephone- Bill Is De
plored llccr nnd Boxing
Won Ijy Stampede.
Special to Tni Hun and Ktw ironic Hiiuld,
Ai.BANr, April 25. Smarting under
mo recusal or the Republican!) to kIvo
his reconstruction and wolfaro pro
irrammo any consideration In the Bes
slon of tho Legislature Just closed, Gov
ernor Smith declared to-nlplit that the
disciples of Bourbontam nnd reaction
"effectively controlled tho legislative
The nennWIeans themselves nnnar
cntly found llttlo satisfaction In the
results of tho session. For tho first
time mo majority leaders of the Sennto
and Assembly failed to Bet out formal
statements extolling the (accompllsh
ments of tho leRlslatlvo session.
The Republican leadera wore stam
peded Into tho passngo of tho 2.75 per
cent beer bill and tho Walker boxlne
"III on mo inSl lav. ThffW ItlMailr..
i had been slated for defeat. It Is certain
tnai i,ov. binltn will sign both, and that
tho Democrats will make tho best of
their enactment for political reasons.
Tho Republican leaders aro finding
llttlo to boast of in tho fact that they
actively ' fought for tho pasaago of the
Jenks Increased trolloy fnre bills, but
were overriden by members of their own
party, aided by tho Democrats. To meet
the criticism to be made against' them
by the women In tho next campaign be
causo they killed the minimum wage and
uisni nour uay bins ror women, the Ho
publicans on tho last rfnv rrAiltfiil n ana.
clal legislative committee to recodify
the State labor laws.
Tho only Republican legislative leader
mj ..mnu statement at the session's
end was Speaker Sweet, who mostly de
fended the trial of tho five ousted As
semblymcn and trowed over tho rent
legislation, teachers' salary increases
mm nuiuier iionus referendum.
.Much criticism Is being aimed at the
Legislature from up-State cities because
of the killing by the Senate of the Glbbs
Slaccr bill. All last fall theso cities' of
ficials In conjunction with the State
Conference of Mayors had in an investi
gation nought the best means of com
bating the New York Telephone Com
pany's Increased rates, which went into
effect last December. Legislation pro
viding for tho suspension of increased
rates of public service corporations pend
ing an Investigation of complaints was
decided upon'. The Olbbs-Slacer bill,
muklng this ( provision, was introduced
early in tho session, and was subjected
to the onslaughts of a strong telephone
Gov. Smith's statement on the legis
lative session said :
"Tho Legislature of 1920, Just ad
journed, adds no lustro to our historv.
The utter disregard by the members
of Uie majority for what meant progress
and welfare, constitutes a formidable
cliallenge to democratic representative
government Not only did they defeat
measures that meant a gain for hu
manity, but they attempted to move
back tho hands on the clock of progress.
"They left tho State, at least for
this year, without hope of any remedy
to check the ever Increasing cost of
government, a burden which Is press
ing upon the shoulders of every mem
ber of the Commonwealth. The disciples'
of IJourbonism and reaction effectively
controlled legislative action. I'ollttcal
expediency overshadowed public neces
sity. "Tho party caucus was used to stifle
measures that have no political signifi
cance. Tne welfare nuis were not de
feated: they were Bmothcrcd. In fair
ness to the Senate It must ba said that
It arose to the occasion.
'Probably at no time in our history
was there greater reason for a freo and
open discussion of problems of govern
ment than at this very time. The en
tire programme of reconstruction not
only met defeat, but nothing was sug
gested in its place. Mensures of sane
and enlightened progress were met by
a policy of recession. What there was
of leadership was political and calcu
lated only to serve tho ends of selfish
ness. The great forum for public dis
cussion was darkened, and tne derisions
that meant bo much to the people cf
this State were made In a sldo room be
hind closed doors.
'The Dttwrresive measures in the In
terest of humanity were decided by the
party lash and tho caucus gug rAthcr
than by open discussion in tho forum
provided by tho Constitution. .That tho
human appeal contained in measures for
the relief of women and children t-hould
be stifled surpasses understanding. A
well thought out constructive pro
gramme was sacrificed on tho altar of
BETTS WILL DEMAND
VETO OF BEER BILL
Bptcial to Tne Sew Axn Niw Vont Herau.
AldaKT, April 25. Assemblyman
Charles II. Betts, Republican, of Wayne
county, who led the opposition to tho
2.75 per cent beor bill In the Assembly
yesterday, announced to-night tliat he
would demand a hearing before Gov.
Smith on tho measure and would ask
that the Executive veto It He called
the passage of the bill a legislative
crime nnd said It was for no other
reason than to satisfy an "ignorant pub
lic clamor, which Is not even entitled to
ADA DARE'S ART
IN AUCTION SALE
Former Mrs. Frank Ehret's Prop,
erty, From tier City and
Country Houses, to Be
Sold Under Hammer.
TiineA who remember this talented ae
tress from the old Casino days will be '
particularly interested in uie saie m
publlb auction of her collection of tine
furnishings and art objects, wWch will
take place at the Brondway Art Gal
leries, No. 1362 Broadway, beginning
Wednesday, April 2S. Tho cntlro con
tents of her city and country residences,
comprising hundreds of items, will be
disposed of under the hammer.
Included. In the collection are beautiful
arid artistic suites for dining rooms nnd
drawlag rooms, handsome boudoir suites
Ith draperies to match, two baby grand
pianos, valuable clock sets In bronzo and
Husalan enamel, real lace .bed and tablo
. n China, ami class, eome sunnrh
' bronzes, some of them by Barye and
I Picault Sevres palace vases, French
I commodes, Persian carpets, antique Jcw-
elry, two Tiffany standing chime clocks,
I One of the features of the sale is a
i $20,000 Inlaid bedroom surte from the
I Charles T. Yerkes collection. The palnt
I mgs Include mnny Important examples,
i nitnlile for decoration, and there are
also some rare Ivory curios and a Bclect
group of prints and engravings. Al
together half a million dollars worth of
art property will ba sold at the four ses
rfons. Art dealers are especially Invited
to attend. The. collection is now on view,
Catalogues are provided. iir.
Broadway at Ninth, New York Store hours 9 to 5. Formerly A. T. STEWART & CO.
Today the Spring Sale of
Pianos and Player-pianos taken in
exchange in the regular course
of our large piano business
PLEASE NOTE particularly (1) you who aro going
into your out-of-town home for tlie summer (2) sum
mer hotel proprietors (3) mothers of girls xeho are
learning to play the piano (.) club committeemen
that in some of these used pianos are sweeter tones than
you can get out of many a new piano at near the price of
the used piano. And tone after all, is the BIG reason for
buying ANY piano. We have gone over every instrument
very thoroughly in our own workrooms. New felt has been
put on some of the hammers. Keys have l5ecn refur
bished and action adjusted. Cases have been varnished and
rubbed. The actions of the player-pianos have been regulated.
Every instrument is ready to
give good service in its new home
Used Upright Pianos $75 to $695
These names figure prominently among the makers of
these pianos: Kranich & Bach, Chase, Knabc, Emerson,
Chickering, Waters, Shoninger, Walters.
Used Player Pianos (upright)
$195 to $875
Some of these pianos are made by Weber, Xewly & Evans,
White, Emerson, Angelas, Hardmau, Autotone.
Used Player Pianos (grand)
$750 to $2,250
Makes arc Schomackcr, Chickering, Aeolian and Kra-kaucr-Wcltcr.
500 Music Rolls, 10c to $1
Were 85c to $2
Soiled and slightly damaged but all in playable condition.
83 Music Cabinets Reduced
$22 to $53.20
Were 28 to $66.50
First Gallery, New Wdg.
Is the Latest
Decree of Paris
The last French steamer
brought as many photograplis
of smart Parisicnncs at the
Races also of some that
were promenading in the Bois.
The most important message
conveyed by these photo
graplis was the silrer for has
been adopted by many of the
best dressed women. Other
fine fox scarfs are being
As it is our constant wish
to present the "last word" in
Paris fashions, we invite your
inspection of our collection of
Natural silver fox scarfs,
at $000, $750 and $850.
Natural blue fox scarfs,
at $275 to $100;
White fox scarfs, at $135
Natural cross fox scarfs,
at $175 to $250.
Second floor, Old Hldg.
Le Petite Boutique
For nearly eight years candies
which are the acme of all that
French confcclions linvc achieved
have been made par Camer..
Tho exquisite daintiness of the
little shop, the essence of' delicacy'
makes it a fitting mart for these
bon bons and chocolates; $2 pound.
Ninth Street, Old Building.
ie Fintmre Sal
We arc adjusting warehouse and display space so that
we may improve and make more efficient our furniture ser
vice. Room, room, ROOM, is the need.
So we took 4,073 pieces, in matched suites and separate
pieces, for the dining-room and the bedroom.
and reduced prices a quarter, third, half
Not one piece in the lot can be replaced
by one of equal quality at the regular .price.
The sale has taken hold. The great stock has been re
adjusted and made ready for convenient selection this morning.
Sixth Gallery, New Building.
It is quite as necqssary for a stout man to
have a suit that is MODELED for tf stout
man, as it is for him to have a stout size.
This fact may be new to you and, apparent
ly, it is still unknown to many retail stores.
We liavc always bclicvcdin doing things
the best way passible; and' when we order
stout suits, or slim suits, or short suits, or
regular suits, we look farther than the size
of the man we want him to have a suit
that is correctly designed for his build.
Men who come here regularly realize the
value of this kind of clothing service.
Suits begin at $50
in the Burlington Arcade Store which
means that $50 is as low as we make and
, sell a suit of this grade. Poorer suits can be
had for less money if you want them.
Burlington Arcade Floor, New Building.
Of particular interest arc
two beautiful Adam side
chairs, made with an un
usually broad caned seat and
with beautif ully modeled claw
feet. The chairs arc lac
quered a deep, meerschaum
color and painted with small
figures and designs in dull
color nnd gold. Price, $800
A pair of antique English
console tables beautifully in
laid. Price, $200.
Four old English smoking
chairs in natural wood, up
holstered in old blue stuff.
Price, $250 the set.
A set of five Directoirc
chairs very fine in line arc
painted white and gold and
are upholstered with red and
gray striped silk. Price, $J25
A set of four Directoirc
chairs; chairs consist of one
bcrgcre and three arm-chairs.
These are painted the original
old gray and covered with red
and gray striped silk. Set,
Second floor, Old Building.
Summerize your home
PURITAN ltefriKerntors: 75 dif
ferent sizes and styles; galvanized
enamel or porcelain lined food
Apartment house style, $47.50
Side icing, 817.75 to $304.
Top icing, $15 to $41.
WHITE MOUNTAIN Ucfriger
ators; 15 sizes and styles; food
chambers lined with baked-on white
Apartment house style, $29.75
Top icing type, $33.75 to $37.75.
Side icing tvpe, $53 to $100.50.
"KLKKN riOLD" Refrigerators;
oak cases; porcelain on steel lining;
$54 to $75.
EDDY Refrigerators; 45 sizes
and styles; stone shelves (to retain
the cold); galvanized iron lining.
Chests, $15.25 to $50.
Side icing type, $34 to $245.
Seventh Gallery, New Bldg.
Winter Garden JSXMv.
LOUIS DK I'OK, WOULD: "A daztllng
new upectaclfl. 1'iunea all tho rent."
All Star Cart
Company of 175
CElMTTTTi V n2J. Cent.Plf.Wmt.I!vs.B:18
u . 1 1 Wnd.Mat.nwit Seat 83.00
uuw!i. ouu uooti Heat at 02, 060 at il.BO,
700 at Ji. 000 at SOc; others at M.W. $3.
Ilranch ticket offlro Central Thea. 47 ft Ilway.
COMEDY i !8t- " "'way. Kvenlmni 8:20.
. IS1,' rlw- TO-MOKilOW. BOO to 12.
MY LADY America's I " Clifton
FRIENDS I 85Sgg, Crawford
CASINO 3?Hl SU..U Kvw. 830. Lat
Ww' St2 :30. Wk
View Herbert's MuIcal Success.
My Golden Girl
D LIONEL TT
(la noma rotjqe)
These are the
ry "Mm. Jim
they knew what had become of her
husband. She wished she had a
husband. How she made one of
these suitors hei husband is told at
2nd Month at the
PRINCESS THEATRE. Weat :10th St.
Eve. 8:30. ' Mats. Wed. Sat.
& Sat. 2:30,
the Passion Flower
AMERICAN SINGERS OPERA CO.
In Gilbert & Sullivan' Coiulc Opera Uurlesquo,
1 ho net show 1 over w in my life."
Alexander Woollrott of the Times.
PARK THEATRE.Columbus ClrdoTjEve.
rwww Matinee Saturday 2:15. (8:18.
NEW YORK'S LEADING TH
EMPIRE tVway oth at. Eve, sjo.
Flawless performance, brilliant play"-Tlmc.
la Zoo Aktns' Play.
HUDSON! Booth Tarkington's
West 44th St. Ufi
Kvn. 8:30. Mata.
"llcst LUtht Comedy Ever Written by
an American. ueywooa uroun. Tribune.
t3r"nirlrcrKnrlc.rn'wyA: 38th St.Era.8u10
NnicKerDocKerMatl); wi. s,t. 231.
FOR WEDNESDAY MAT.: ENTIRE
SI. SO. Dale XI: 21 Hale. AOc
"Most Lovable, Laughable
i'lay ttver susoa.
Sunshiny Capo Cod Comedy
iiesi neat av nox uraco. ucg. iticc.
RFI ACO Wwt44thSt. Evening 8:30.
.-nat. muni, ana sat. 230.
Lenore Ulric SS
Dy George Scarborough and.DavId lklanco.
:lobe-last 8 TIMES
- Last NatsWsd.MVftt:-
ffl Prepare to Icome.
Newsst Farce v'th I
L.1DCJM 1 Mts.Wi.8at.2flO
THE NIGHT BOAT
"ITS A JOY RIDE."
Ev. 8:20. MaU. Thurs. & Sat. 230.
Blanche Bates, Holbrook Blinn
in Jamca Forbes' l'laj
'The Famous Mrs. Fair
CARNEGIE HALL, Wed. Eve. May 5 8:30
AUSPICES OF THE AMERICAN
COMMITTEE FOR AID IN POLAND
ln'The Amateur Wife"
Carter De Haven Comedy
In "Terror Island"
B Hat im
ft a Uollday al
'J th Ulp."
"Lohengrin" with KARL
JOHN, symphony Orch.
B. F. Keith hiMttlne It Orer." Her
A L A C EW'I. "cnlere. Rockwell
Mats.niiy -t rono sisters.
ra U. F. Keith'
MME. EMMA TltliNTIM.
RAE 8AMUKLM, l'orda
Sbeeban, Val & Ernie Stan
n'way & 00th St.
ton. Ham Lttbert C0..0U11.
pOLCMDIA, Bway 47. Twice Dauy.IETea.
s FOLLUStt U1T THIS UA1.
S V. Times Sauart)
THBATnKS AND HITS. DIRECTION
TO-NIGHT at 8
n IS. H, mm JULIA
'!W TWELFTH NIGHT
Next Mon.Tue.Wed.Sat.KvHamleti Thum.,
Kri. Kvs.8at.Mat.. Tamlna; of the Shrew.
OQtLPi Theanr.n' way. Kv.8 :0.200th Tlmo
imil Mau. wm.&flat,2:40.To-nlitht.
WKDNKSDAV MATINKK 60c to W.00.
JYa"cSne Urffraorn QP A Nil A!
Inthefamoucomriy -VyrA1 LXZ-Vi-i
44TH ST Tliea.,W.ofn'way. Kvs.830.
Ttin Ol. Mats. Weil. Bat. 230.
CEOIL I in -LOOK WHO'S HERE"
I FAN ,,nCLE0 MAYFIELD
l-jl-n N Munlcal Comedy Triumph.
f LITTLE THEATRE
r Kv.at830.Mt.Wed.8at.ata30. O
( RICHARD BENNETT in )
Kugeno O. O'Neill's flreat Drama
Beyond the Horizon
Owing to the extraordinary de
mand there will b TWO MORE
Alice in Wonderland
Mabel Taliaferro as Alice.
LITTLE IrMdav. Apr. .10, :i:!S.
for two ytsrs TJ& hit t
wmt Fav Biunrtm.
Astor - rlttlntts vita, ay int..
of 1 tp. ip nd Bing." rriftune
THUDS f .tat
T llfnilnrnriii -rimm Wi.
48th St. T.hca 'J!r- D'y. Evs.8:30!2GUi
7, uMt-Thura. & Hat. 2:30. .Tlmo
e1 o UK V
NORA BAYES w.44th. eves.sso.
WED. MATINEE STS $1.50
BIGGEST H1TI JLaSSlC
Garrick ?,"lh,8'",n- y- Mu.Tbur.
Theatre Guild' Greatest Success,
Ry Bt John Ervlne.atithnr of 'John Fermnon'
LYRIC Thea..42d.W.ofIVway. Ev.8:30.
" 1 ruu Matinees Wed. & Sat. 2 :30.
THE MUSICAL REVUSIOAL COMEDY.
4Jth St.. W. of n'way. Eves. 8:20.
THE QUIJA BOARD
NEW AMSTERDAM J.
Mat. Wed. A Sat.SOe to 12.00. No Higher.
Charles Darnton. Ev. World, says
"IT IS JOLLY GOOD FUN. '
NEW AMSTEBOAM fJOOP ATSJ0'
'".cqn iine uance ova 5moK9
9 fCL0CK RIOOC
airtd'Omntr at 7-Supprr alfl 1
LAST 8 TIMES
Iscxt Monday Night. Seati Thurs.
an ii. itAKiiiH wm present
1 YCFI Mli'nealre-We"t'4thr)t.Ev.8ao-
4-1 VE-UIVI MsU Thursday and Sat.. 2:20
DAVID 11ELAHCO oresenta
inn uuxuiuj DIGGERS"
in PhUlIp "QOPHIF" wltl O. P.
MoeUer1 BUrnl E, HEGQIE
"Lllco an improper ttory whispered behind
a Valendenne fan." Tlmea.
GEO. POHAN away. 43d St, Evenings 8ao
HAiM 11. ilAlilun
In "THE HOTTENTOT."
"If a Riot.'
UN L. GOLDEN
GAIETY. n'y.40St. Ev,8:30. Mats.Wd.8at
STANDARD, n'way 90th St. Ev. 8:30
Mats. Tue.. Thurs.. Sat.. 2:30.
"Ireland a Nation"
in A Program of Polish Music
PRICES: DOXES JtOO.OO AND 0.00
SEATS, IS.00. S3.00. $2.00. J1.00
133- SEAT SALE TO-DAY 3
Cecil B. DeMille's
'Why Change Your Wife?'
. A Paramounf-Arftraf Pidttrt.
Week Day Mat. fiOc. Kvs.Sat.Sun.ctHollJayall
Conunuou from Noon to Midnight.
Performances begin at 12 noon to 4. 0. 7.30
and 0.30 P. M.
LOEWS New York Theatre & Roof
Cont. 11 A. M. to 11 P. M. Roof to 1 A.
"THE VIROIN OF STAMDOUu"
Locw'j American Rooa2v9JL"n'w.y.
lick mi. Arthur Havel & Co., and
OIX UUJtT uiS ACU.
Every Sonday Two BIf Concert.
LKB AND J
M Ml ELTINGEwtfJsr 11 I
s-r TONIGHT ar 8'30 I
WAUfcB HAST preserita
A DOMANCE of the
FRENCH WEST INDIES
...:iJ .inccouiNC virtno
Rill II and EMrlTT COPftlGAN 11 I
DnflTU Thea.,4.-tb. W.of Il'y.Evj. 830 Lat
UUUIn Mat. Wcd.Bat.aaO. IWeek
gi D1TRICHSTEIN Sag
TFNTRAI Thea., 47 Ht. U'y. Kvn. 8:30.
UE.IN 1 rL,MitJi Wed. and Sat. 2:30.
T SAM D IRENE
DERNARD ANn D0RLX)NI
'SiMalT AS YOU WERE
West42dflt. Eves, at 8:30.
Mats. Wtxl . U'op.) & Sat. at 2 :30
In ChannhiK l'ollock'ii Groat Melodrama,
The Sign Z D
?FI VIYN West 42 8t. EVrn.8;30.
OCJwW I lt jUl, & flat. 2:30.
DONALD I PEGGY I RALPH
BRIAN WOOD MORGAN
wllh MARTHA IIEDMAN
John ltalday Vernon Steele
MAT. WED. & SAT.
Fl III OMw'ra' lh Ht.Evs.at8:30l Ist
ISZ uiNMats.Wed.& 8at.230. STImes.
THE B0NEHEAD nrNandeu
in "SMILIN' THROUGH."
Mats. Thurs. Sat. 230.
MOROSCO JVest4St. Eves, at 8:20.
IVlvrV-rat-U Mats. Wed. Sat. at 2:2(1.
The most searching study of
sex impulse we remember."
N. Y. WnrU.
in ARNOLD DENNETT'S Now Play.
Sacred and Profane Love
LONGACRF w n'way. Evs. sao
F. Ray Comstock & Morris Geit I'rescnt
motn!th Adam and Eva
Thoroughly amuslmr, capitally actod.-Trlb
Evs. 8:30. Mats. Wcd.& St't.
Tho Muslcil Comedy Hit,
R EJN E
2 ALL-STAR MATrNEES
& FRIDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 30th
Given by ACTORS FIDELITY LEAGUE
for Benefit of the
VACATION ASSOCIATION, Inc.
presenting W, S. GILBERT'S famous comody,
Followed by Two Short Original Plays.
The following celebrated artists will appear.
9rgo M. Cohan Blanche Bates
'i m,Co "er Ruth Chatterton
Holbrook Bllnn Fay Balnter
Lester Loncrgan Gladys Hanson
Joso Ruben Zclda Sears
Howard Kyle and others.
TICKETS ON SALE AT BOX OFFICE
TYSON'S and McIlRlDE'S.
METROPOLITAN OPERA HOUSE
SATURDAY EVE, MAY 1. at 8:15.'
with ARNOLD VOLP&YM PHOVY
-ORCHESTRA OF 75 MEN
HIPPODROME SSH. MAY
GALA PERFORMANCE 0fti?e
LUISA I JOHN
TETRAZZINI I McCORMACK
OTHER STARS. ORCHESTRA OF 80.
Seat Now on salo at the Hippodrome Box
Office, II to 5. NO WAR TAX
Q-f- niof CARNEGIE HALL
Ot. KJIELI TO-MOR'W EVE. 8:15
Scat 78c to 82. Now at Hall. No War Tar.
AEOLIAN HALL, TO-NIGHT AT 8:15. '
SOPRANO. (Mason & namlia Piano.)
Last Glorious Week
Final Performance Next Saturday Night
MADISON SQUARE GARDEN
Dally. 2:15 8:16; doors open hour earlier
The WONDER SHOW of tho UNIVERSE
Its .Novelty. Splendor and Magnltudo
. Never Heforo Equalled."
Gigantic Zoo. Congress of Freaks. AdmU
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