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FOUR IN OPEN BOAT,
BLOWN TO SEA IN
GALE, ARE SAVED!
Brooklynites' 31otorboat Is!
nk and All Take to
Tlieir Trailer.
CKOl* DAMAGE HEAVY)
|
Jersey Peaches Are Hit |
Hard: Early Strawberry
Plantings Abandoned.
FROST KILLS BLOSSOMS!
Reports From East, South and
West Tell of Havoc by Fall
in Temperature.
Tile wild Northwester that smote ?
this neiKhborhocal on Monday evening,
leaving a trail of wreckage m its j
wake, subsided to half a gale yester- 1
day and finally died down to a brisk;
breeze. It had caused the phenomenal 1
drop in temperature of 5- degrees in
fifteen hours*, or l'roni 78 at 3: SO P. M
on Monday to 25 at 6:30 A. M. yester- j
day. Weather Bureau reports show!
that freezing temperature* extended j
as far south ;m Northern Georgia,
western North Carolina, northern A!a
bama, northern Mississippi and north
em Texas, and that much damage whs
inflicted on grain, fruit and vegetable
crops.
Reports of mishaps caused by the
great blow in this neighborhood con
timied to drift in yesterday. The Amer
ican steamship West Hemanite picked
up at 11 o'clock on Monday night off ;
Ambrose Channel Lightship and landed j
yesterday at Quarantine Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Javlon of Sixteenth street,
Brooklyn, ard Mr. Javlon's two brothers,
who were exhausted in their struggle to
keep afloat In a twenty-six foot open
boat They left the foot of Twenty
fifth street, Brooklyn, early "in the after
noon In a motor boat, towing the open
boat, bound for Rockaway Inlet.
They were hit by the storm soon after
getting under way and the motor boat
was swamped and sunk. They took to
the other boat and the blafet carried
them out to sea. Unprepared for the
change in temperature, all were badly
chilled when discovered.
Harold Williams, Charles Mahoney
avid Edward Maguire, all of Elton
street, Brooklyn, and none above fifteen |
years old, hired a rowboat at Canarsie
Monday afternoon and left the Old Mill
for a fishing trip in Jamaica Ray. They
did not get home until yesterday after
noon, after their parents had the police
send out a general alarm for them and
preparations had been made to search
for their bodies. Williams, the oldest,
wa.i so weak that he was taken to St.
Mary's Ho.-pltal. They were driven on
;i marsh b> ihe gale and had not been
able" to get off until six hours later,
when ll . tide rose. 4
Then they started to row, but in the
darkr.esM lost all sense of direction.
Th?> blistered their hands rowing and ?
finally two lay down in the bottom of
?,.ie boat, whiie the other, Williams, kept
her h.ad to the waves. When dawn
i a me the trio took to the oars and
owed In the general direction of Ca
< ars.e. Just before noon they sighted
the Old Mill, where their mothers and
rome of their boy .'.elghbors were wait
ing to greet them.
Mrs. Elizabeth Wilson, wife of Reuben ;
wHson, District Attorney of Brooklyn,
was walking beside her ten-year-old
uaugiuer, Isabel, with Jeanette, two and
ii half years old, in a baby carriage,
when a fierce squall hit them. The
mother and Isabel were blown down and
the baby carriage was overturned. All
were bruised and scratched, but the
-rentest calamity was the disappearance
down the t.lnst of the new Easter huts
of Mrs. Wilson and Isabel.
POLICE HALT CHURCH
SALE; LOTTERY CHARGED
Tickets Called In for $6,000
House at Mount Vernon.
Parishioner* of tli?! < liurch of our
Lady of Mount First street and
Kent avenue, Mount Vernon, were wait
ing with caserne*? In.it night for the
opening of ihi sale of ticket* by which
0 $<;<*?> house and lot were to be .sold
:or the benefit of the church, when Po
lice Lit u:. Mattes and KetectlV# Seal
tiino walked into the church basement
and informed the Re\. FYther Viola
that the sale was off. Mayor Klncaid,
they said, hid acted on a complaint
ths' a "lottery" was to be held and had
issued orders Jo halt the .wale. The
prle.it was re<fue ?*t< d ;<? call at tin
Mayor's <>rf.<r. to-day.
The sale broke up, but the Rev.
Father Viola did not yield cheerfully.
He wan reported ;<> have remarked that
after the Mayor had 'slapped hJ.f* pub
licly" in the face he did no* believe lie
should ur> to ti><? i4#.v?or'H office to "kiss
his hand."
r\THOLl< * MBIT TO-dvy.
^ general diocesan meeting at which
\rchblahop Patrick 1 i?yes will dis
miss church affair*, ind report on
''4<holic charities in Ih ? Archdiocese of
Yew Tork, will be held at II o'clock
to-day at t? ? ? Cathedral College, 162
Madison avenui The archdlocme in
cludes Manhattan. .Hronx and Rich
niond borough* of thin city, and the
aountle* of Westchester, Putnam,
Dutchess, Sullivan, Orange. Hnokland
and I'lster
woman stricken \t hi inn.
Mrs. Patrick 'Jordon was stooping
over the ci ffln containing the body of
1 er brother-in-law, Charles TUnmins, in
fted Wank. J., yesterday when she
??as stricken with paralysis She wa*
taken to the Red Hn.nk Host'ltal, where
nhe died *'>on after.
ART SALES.
Before a gathering crowd In Eighth
avenue yesterday a handsome young
wotnav. ?'ith a hint of the ?t?(te shoot
her, dabbed at her eyes with a hand
kerchief. and .-poke coaxing words.
"Poor little Kudolph." she said. "Af
ter all these months. Come to mother."
No answer from Kudolph. He turned
his bark on her. The crowd saw the
you a* woman take a step forward. It
stepped forward, too, and stood star
ing Into the window of a bird nnd ani
mal shop, where the young woman was
holding out her arms to a frowsy Pom
eranian.
She had come back lo claim him. This
little store in the theatrical district does
one of the most unusual trades In New
York. Girls of the chorus and vaude
ville folk, singers and musicians, know
it as the place to which they can come
when luck is bad and pawn their pets.
Michael Mayer, the proprietor, has
for years been housing the strangest as
sortment of animals that ever lodged
together, bar not evon the collections
of the late Barn urn. His terms are
simple; you bring In your dog, or your
cat, your i>et marmoset or white faced
ringtail, and "Uncle" Mayer make* you
a loan on him. if the animal isn't
claimed within ninety dayB, and the
amount of the loati plus the cost of;
board paid over, he becomes somebody :
else's pet.
There Is nothing like the variety of |
animals In tha store that there was be
fore the war. Tftey used to come
through Germany, from Africa. Yester
day afternoon a customer canio in and i
CRONKHITE SLAYER
ON WAY TO TACOMA
Pothier Will Face Charge Re
sulting- From Killing of
Major at Camp Lewis.
Desi>atclKH from Tacoma, Wash., last
night said lha.1 Roland It. Pothier, a
former army sergeant, arrested recently l
in Providence. R. I., where he is said to
have confessed to the shooting of Major i
Alexander Cronkhlte at Camp Ivewis In j
October, 3 918, was on the way to Ta
coma to plead to an indictment return* d
against him by the Federal Grand Jury
there. James W. Selden, Prosecuting
Attorney of Tnooma, said that he was
preparing also to press In the State
courts tne charges against Pothier.
Additional mystery was thrown about
the 'Cronkhlte case last night when De
tective Maher of the Department of Jus
tice appeared at Police Headijuurters
with a prisoner whose name he gave as
"James Brown of Providence, R. I.," and
asked that Brown be detained as a Fed
eral prisoner. Maher did not state the
nature o? the charge, but it was rumored
that the man might be Pothier, who left
Providence last Friday to be brought
nere.
At that time It wan stated that |
Poth ler would l>e brought to New York
to confront Rosenbiuth, but later It waa
said that this was wrong. Then all in
formation concerning his whereabouts
was refused and Just what would be
doue with tlie former sergeant continued
to bo a mystery.
Robert Rosenbiuth, a formor array
Captain, arrested recently on a warrant
sworn out in Taco>na charging him with
the murder of Msjor Cronkhite, was re
leased on $25,000 ball yesterday by
Judge Knox in the United States Dis
trict Court. Securities to thin amount |
were furnished by three of Roaenbluth'e
friends, Felix M. Warburg. Herbert H.
Lehman and Walter Ii Frnnk. Under
the terms of the ball bond Rosenbiuth
Is directed to proceed to Taroma to an
swer charges in the Western district of
Washington. Uefote his arraignment
before Judge Knox Rosenbiuth ww
taken before Saniuul M. Hitchcock.
United States Commissioner, where he
waived examination in removal proceed
ings. At the hearing an amended. com
plaint was introduced which Charged
him with the premeditated murder of
' -lor Cronkhite.
Rosenbluth doe* not expect to go lo
Tacoma until he receives word that the
Federal Grand Jury has acted and that
his presence is necessary.
BOY WAYLAID IN HALL;
$1,000 SAVINGS GONE
East Side Chase of Four Ban
dits Is Unsuccessful.
I'ban Ubanuwka. a bus boy employed
j in Llbby's restaurant in 126 Detanctjr
i street, started Into the tenement house
' In 215 avenue A, where he lives, last
night with his entire fortune of $1,000
sewed in the Inside pocket of his coat.
He was about half way up the stairs,
according to th? story he told the police,
when he was attacked by four men
who choked him until he dropped to the
floor, nnd then robbed him of his money.
Ubanuwka managed to struggle to his
feet as the men ran from the tenement,
and followed them, crying "Stop thief!"
A crowd Joined him. but the bandits
made their escape. The bus boy could
not describe his assailants, except that
? they wore caps. He told the pollo?
that during the war he served with
I Battery C. 106th Field Artillery.
JKIISKI TI'HR Bill* DELAYFin.
The New York and New Jersey Tun
nei Commission announced yesterday
that the opening of bids for shafts for
the vehicular tunnel, which was to have
taken place yesterday, was postponed.
No date ha* been set.
ART SALES.
57th STREET
ART GALLERIES, INC.
33 WEST 57th STREET
tirmt F. (iUDwrlln. PrulHeni
PUBLIC AUCTION
ro close various consignments
Modern ai <! Antique Furniture, Silver. Sheffield Plate, Glassware. China.
Brasses and Rugs. Alio a collection of 114 Windror Chain, collected in
England. Ireland. Scotland and Wales.
male THIS DAY.
sale* l>a\#: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and .Saturday, March <0, j
and npril lit imrf 2nd, i:.w l* \l. Each Da) i
LITTLE RUDOLPH, IN PAWN,
FORGETS LOVING MISTRESS
Pomeranian Is Only One of Big Colony of Theatrical
Women's Pets Which Lose Homes in
Hours of Adversity.
aeked for a n?onke.\?a little one. There
were only three in the shop, and all
to>> big. Before the war. Mr. Mayui
told Uqr, th?r? would have been no
trouble at all. But now, he shruggud '
liiti shoulders.
"Not one South African kraal snipe
have 1 now," he said ay she went out.
"Funny little fellowa, with one brlxht
red feather in the tall. And sing! Like
twenty canaries."
Sometime*. wheji luck continues bud,
the owners of the puia never conic back,
and Mr. Mayer has held some of hla
animals for as long as two years. Some
che brought him an opoasum once, the
first that ever came to the store, and the
last that's going to, .fwea"a Mr. Mayer.
Nobody wanted him when his time limit
expired, and- he had to be given a\suy j
to a gentleman who said he could "done
take care of him."
Parrots are unusually valuable aa se
curity?provided their language has
been learned In polite circles. Some
times they bring their ownars as much
as $20, and even a parrot whose reper
tory is limited to "Polly wants a
cracker" will bring $8. They pass :i day
or two on trial, so that their little tricks
of speech can be observed. Angora cats
bring from $5 to $8. lX>gs, of course,
vary greatly. Canaries have become
very scarce and costly. $10 at least.
Where there M-ere 200 in the shop be
fore, thore are now a bare dozen.
Besides the animals that have been
placed In hook there, many have come
to board?anacondas and bonconstrlc- ,
tors belonging to anake charmers, chim
panzees and baboons, animals used in
the movies with studios atoout New
Ti ork.
DEATH FROM VERONAL.
Metllral Kxaiulner Keporlo uu
MacGregor Case.
I)r. Charles Norris, chief medical ex- |
nminer, and Dr. Alexander O. Gettler, j
pathological chetnisf at Bellevue Hos- :
pltul, reported yesterday that vsional
caused the death of John MacQregor,
lawyer, of 7 West 3 0~th street. who|
was found dying Sunday night irx the ;
Lenox Baths. They said the poison i
evidently was taken by mistake and tluit
Mr. MaoGregor's death was one more i
that must be net down as resulting from
the Indiscriminate sale of tin drug,
"I have taken the matter up with the ;
Health Commissioner, Dr. Royal H.
Copeland," said Dr. Norris. "I have 1
suggested that a law be parsed prohibit
ing the sale of it unless on a doctor's
prescription."
Cares For
Your Sun
And Hair
Daily use of,
the Soap
keeps the
skin fresh
and clear,
while touch
es of the
Ointment
now and
then as needed soothe and heal the
first pimples, redness, roughness or
Bcalp irritation. Cut^cura Talcum is
also excellent for the skin, it is
delicately medicated and exquisitely
perfumed.
ka|U Ixk rtH br Mail. Addrtws: "Catfearala^
?ratortw, P?ml 1 ??. Hm." nan
whTT 3wta>. OlntnMntXf tndMtl. Tf?ItuinlBe.
MP*Cuttcura Soap >b?TM witbafct mug
SALES AT AUCTION.
ON VIEW TODAY
.VXD UNTIL IIOUK OK HALE
at the Galleries of
ASMITH&M
68 West 45th St.
ARTISTIC & VALUABLE
Art Treasures &. Effects
property of
Mrs. Raymond Beach Price
Aaaetnhlwl 'iurlnR hrr residence atvl
extensive travel* In thi< < >rlent and
removed fn.m her Duplex Stuill"
Apartmnnt.. 140 ffost ">7th St.. N\"\ .
Collect kin Consists in Part of
Oriental and Chinene Rugs ?nd f ar
Cts. Fine Jades. Bronzes, Wonderful
icquer*. Enamel* and other Oriental
and European Art Object*.
A NOTABLE COLLECTION
OF IVORY CARVINGS
Japanese and Chinese silk and
8,-it In IJrwadcxv EutMldorta*,
lYloat Kobe* and Temple HaiiKlriRj..
Two Seventeenth .Century
Flemish Tapestries
LIBRARY OF BOOKS IN
FINE BINDINGS
ARTISTIC FURNITURE
OF INDIVIDUALITY
Steinway Baby Grand Piano
Electric Grafonola.
TO BE sold AT tTNRKHTRIOTED
PUBLIC auction.
Account of Ownor Moving Abroad
Thursday, Friday ft Saturday
KAROH aiHT. APRIL 1ST AN!) 2D,
from 2 o-cbock each day.
HENRY A. HARTMAN. Auct1
SALE TODAY 2 P. M.
Also ToMnrrow, Friday A Saturday
At the Galleries of
FIFTH AVENUE
AUCTION R00MS<?
A < HOICE COLLKCTION OK
Modern Furnishings
Including desirable Suites and
Odd Pieces for the Dining Room,
Librar?. Living Room and Bed
room, Fine Chinese Cut Glass,
I'.ronzes, Electroliers, Hangings,
Draperies, Hall Clocks.
Oriental Ruga and Carpets,
Oil Painting*. Etchings, En
gravings. Etc.
On View t'nflt Hour of Ml#
^ WALLACE H. DAY, Auctionacr. ^
ELEYATOR GIRL DIES
TRYING TO STOP CAR
Crushed Against Door Mesh in
Flight of Lift to Top of I
H u i Id in<r.
Aliss Christina Lunn. elevator operator [
In tho New York Nursery and Child's j
Hospital, 151 West Sixty-first street,
wus Killed early lust night when sue
tried to jump to safety as the car start- j
ed up the shaft out of control. She was j
found unconscious at the bottom of the i
.shaft and died on the operating table;
halt an hour later.
The young woman had been employed :
as operator in tlie hospital for three j
jcars and had a thorough knowledge
of the mechanism. How she lost control j
is not known,
About 6 :30 o'clock nurses on the first
floor heard a scream and then the thud
of her body striking th? floor at the
bottom of the pit. Dr. Philip Decker
resident physician, and tho engineer o
the building wero called. The door a*
the bottom of the shaft was opened and ,
Miss I,unn, unconscious ana dying, was |
hurried to the operating room. Most of
her injuries, it was Bald, were Internal
and death occurred while Dr. Decker
and another surgeon were preparing to
operate.
An Inspection of the shaft later
showed the elevator stalled at the top
or eighth floor. At the fourth lloor the
steel mesh screen above the door was
bulged out and this, together with marks
on the edge of the car's lloor, told how
tho operator lost her life. Apparently
she became frightened when the ele
vator refused to stop, and waiting until
she was opposite the third floor, tried
to open the door and thus cut off the 1
current. This attempt failed and then i
she slipped, being carried up against
the shaft to the point where the mush ;
screen began. There her body wedged, |
forced the bulge in the niesli and fell j
back through the opening.
Miss l.unn wan 22 years old. She \
lived with her mother at 150 West Sixty- !
second street. _____ !
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BKCOMB A DOCTOR
of Chiropractic ami win financial ?ntl social j
prestige; faculty anil curriculum unsurpassed.
\Vrlt? lor dcacrlptlvo booklet H.
NEW YOrtK (OI.I.KOK OF CHIKOPUACTIC. i
A N. Y. C. C. Graduate succeeds where other* j
fail. There's a Reason.
?45 West Tgnri St. ]
BERLITZ SCHOOL
Manhattan:
I*-30 West Mtti Sire?#
Brooklyn:
SIS Llilncston Streel
TERMS MAY RK BEGUN AT ANY TIMB
SCHOOI., 01 \\n?t 4." Ill Street.
Secretarial training: Individual
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Languages
PRATT
RESORTS.
Westchester.
HOTEL
' wTAN
23 minutes from Grand Central.
60 electric trains dally. City ?po
venlcnccs In the country. QrlJJ,
r tannins, Daily concerts. A>
commodates 400.
Henri riuichey ft Son, Inc., l-e-isee.
Lawrence Park. Bronxvllle. N. Y.
Atlantic City.
HOTEL
Occupying entlra block if ?cmb front
the fashionable Chelsea section.
|M bed chambers with private wU
s,n.w3Kr>,?5Sh ccf?.;^
Cn^nrAnt0n tSSBfalWSfc
ROYAL PALACE
HOTELtCOTTAGES
orv tKe BeacK.. Cajx600
CONVENIENT TO ALL AMUSEMENTS
ScaBatks-DIET KITCHEN OrcKwha
Family Patronage Itwttcd
C.L.Hanstcin LtMAM JWaTIICUS
Pro?Kt?nt Sect, a Mgr.
ATLANTIC CITY.N.J. ,
AivAnvericaiv. Plaa Hotel i
of Disiinriiaivw^ ReaiComlart!
I PIRimtOOF dARACt.
capacity ooo. Wafrrr./.j.
)1p AfUmfic CifyififKe
' ? aHac
, HACK LAT2 CO..
ffiarlborouaMBlenfteira
fjikrwood. N. J.
tiaurel-in-the Pines
LAKE WOOD. N.J.
SITOATED AM0N6 THE PINES All
tVERLOOKIKC LAKE CA3ASAIJ0
New "Palm Grill"?18 -hole Golf
Course.Horsebaok Riding.Motoring,
Picturesque Walks Music, Private
Garage. New Klectro-hydrotherapy
Bath Syatem.
Frnnk V. Nhnlf?? Mraagor.
Nfw
IDEAL COUNTRY HOME
Hotel Montclair
MONTCI.AIR. N. .1.
MOST I>K.I.KtilTITI.I.V SITTATKI?
HE?IDK.NTIAr. IIOT1,1. IN NEW
YORK'S si iu ur.s.
OTKN THE r:\TlflR YEAR.
OV\ NKRMIUP MANAURMRNT
rut tir.RII K C. II.M I COMl'ANY
Michigan.
MOUNT CLEMENS
MINERAL BATHS
World renowned lor Rhrwitlani, NrrrnuiDM
El that run-down condition Open all the year,
rant? mllea from Detroll. Write tot Book!#!,
una** Man'* Association, ML Clomcns, Miat
Haalilngtsa, It. C.
HOTEL GRAFTON
WAsiirNOTON, l> C .?Amrrlcan Plan. ?fl p-r
day, do i>er week. Ruropoan plan. 12.50
p-r (lav. Kxrr-ptlonal tnhla; trlodel nrrvlrn;
O^olr.. II VUFUNCTmN Ml 1,1.a. I'rop.
Florida.
The Reiki Inw. Kt'll.iilr H-irtita, ria.
A limit Winter ttraorl.
Canada,
rwATTAtr rmtvTKNAf
On the Height) "I Old Otiebea,
McB RIDE'S
THEATRE TICKET OFFICE
Good seats at onb sot adotuut
abevt box office prices
1497 B'WAY PHONE UOOBRY
AMUSEMENTS.
NOW
MADISON SQ. GARDEN^
TW.CE DAILY. 5:17. t 8:15
Dour* Opau Hour Earlier,
RINGUNG BROS
BARNUNkBAIlEY
lERICA'f tO TIMES
BIGGEST SHOW
WORLD'S BIGGEST WII.U ANIMAI,
ACT8, 3 STKE1. OIRTI5D ARENAS
WITH SCORES CP KBROCIOUfi AOT.
I NCI JUNGLE BBA8TH. EARTH'S
GREATEST GYMNASTS, A1CRIAU8T8.
ACROBATB AN1> EQUILIBRISTS.
CeiiBres* of Freak*: t'.lnantlc Zoo.
ONLY GORILLA IN CAPTIVITY.
Admission to everything, Including
?out*, nctc to (3.00. according to location
<WAR TAX INCLUDED). Children un
der 1U. reduced prloea all Mat*., except
Snt., to *1.10 feats and over.
Branch tkt. off. (no advance in prion*):
? niMBBL RRUS.. It. U. MACY 4. CO. J
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VARA MOUNT PICTURES.
IVOLI REBE DANIELS
B'way in "Duck* and Drakes." i
nt 49th 8l. R1VOLI CONCERT OftCH.
I A I TH "filE WHIHTl i:."
timeh WM. S. HART in
HQUAUE KAMOU8 RI ALTO OR(]H
?IB OAnEP n 6ABB IB ? ' i
SEMTIMtMTAI>Via(
Loew's New York Theatre & Roof.
11 \. M. to 11 r. M. Roof to 1 A. M.
"HUNTY PULLS THE STRINGS."
Loew'sAmerican u"111 ofH'way
LOCW ??iier?.?ii Ha), Every V2v. at 8 IB
Wallace Held, "The Lovu Speclul," All
Cabaret Da Lux>, Harry West A ? ,
Chums, Harold Selman & Co.. oths. Keserveu
?f. .SK'SR HIPPODROME
JZA jv^s e.io ? 1000 PfoPU- too movktik
, . .WILLIAM ROCK & CO.,
KITTY DONER t. CO..
I!/M^fl3 i IlemtrNt & Collettc, Glenn
Mf t ~.\ij3 J ! & Jenklna, othii. and
iZhBEI 8Js-?IU I MARIE NORDSTROM.
CHI I 1MRIA B'way|Twlce DailylPopular
ULU1V1DI/A & 47ih|2:lB & RPrice*.
FOI I IFS OK HAY WIUl Harr>'
r lJL.LJCO THE <"Zoop*'J Welsh
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
Hey Bill
"How'g Your Appetite?
"Feel like you could eat a
good substantial luncheon?
"Come on along to the Bristol
and try a cup of soup, braised
beef with macaroni and mashed
potatoes, a tasty dessert and
REAL coffee!
"You'll like this luncheont
real home cooking and fine big
portions. And only half a
dollar. Righto!"
Evening Dinner, $1.00
Noon Luncheon, 75c
Special Busineas Men'*
Luncheon. 50c
HOTEL BBISTOl
1TO-J35 Wrat ?lh Rtreat
CrettonAall
Broadway, 85th to 86th St.
NEW YORK
Mitmav Station at Sttth Street Cur.
t lntlcd Station?Two Block*?88th St.
Ittitzt and Most Atlrncltri MuUoicn Hotel,
i.onteniwt to All Shout ani
Thtalra- .
Exccptisc "I'y l*nc, quiet rooms with
bath and tpafiaus closets. giving all the
comfort* and advantages of the best N. Y.
city hotel* at reasonable rates.
HESTAI1KANT or IIICiHEST STAND
AMD iT ATTRACT I *? PRICKS.
HOTEL BREVOORT
Fifth Avenue
CAFE LAFAYETTE
University Place
TUB TWO FRENCH
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS
Oil' NEW YORK
MONTICELLO
35-37 Weat 64th St., New York.
t alrilng for a Unlet Family
a*. Moor rate Kates.
Room, Uaa of Oath, ?2.50 Day.
Room, Bath (for 2), $4 Day.
2 Roomi A Bath, for 2, $5.00 up
Ptions Columbus 1300. J. A. J EPSON.
THE CAMBRIDGE
M WltHT MTU ST.
NEW APARTMENT HOTF.I..
cnfi;rnisiii:h spite* on i.easb.
2 IIIKIM- * HATH. |I,AM UP.
3 ROOMS & HATH, ?2,;>0n IT.
RK"TAt RANT A I.A CARTE.
tinder sam? management Hot?l Eanzdon.
E. II. CHATIIXON.
HOTEL NEWTON
2D28 Broadway, bet. 04th ft 96th Sts.
Room* with bath, $2.00 per day up
Room* with private bath $3*per day up
FOREST ini-I/4 INN, Forest Hills ('aniens.
L. 1. in Minutes from Penna. Station.
BARKER'S
JHIRS5UTUS
v for;the haipf :
IN-USE OVER 70 YFftrtS .
t
AMUSEMENTS.
AMERICA'S KOKKMOHT ?
The WINTER GARDEN'S
Gnatesi Lautkini Hit
MIMIC SHOW
or i?at.
{'resenting Willie & Eugene Howard
MAK1K DRKMHLEB?2<>0 OTRBBH.
Kvwt 8:15. Iiwn1 To-iu *, 3 J5.
jCASIHO"-""' To-tiay
3Q?-K ST TJwfctre. near H'way. Km ?'8D.
I" Mbtliuois To-dSy ? Hat. - :30.
"Uramn, Comedy ft ml I'urr.e. An original
una tlivermm play."- Sim.
BOOTH 4{th. Went of Kv>. 8:U0.
"V7V71 ? Malimtw To-iUy ft Hi?t. 2 no.
< UKOKQK tHR f d pPM
A PI IQC IN GODDESS
AlVMlJJ By WM AKCHKB
Tht T1IE AT It K GUILD Present*
MK. P I M PAH.SKS BY j
GARR1TK 64 w- 38tJl Kitwoy iaaa.
VJ^IVrV 1 V'IV Kvi. 8:80 Ml? Tnm'w ft K;>t,
Maxina Ellinti's w 3(Wl Ht ?v" 8 3?- J
' ? tiiwui MM w#d & ^ a.3? >
MAT. I SPANISH5
TO-DAY' LOVE
GREENWICH V1I.LAOK iKvoa. 8:30. Mats.
uniuinit?n THKATRKiToday & Sat. 2:30.
SURVIVAL t?hf? FITTEST
M AT I N'KKH TO-DAV ft HAT- 2.30
PFNTRil Tilea..47th ft II'y. F-\?. H:U(lll;Wli
fctn I MIL Mts.T?)-aaj'(?'op.lftS%t.2 30 Times
l-vr-l \/oi a in the Muilaal Show
DELYSIA "AFGAR"
| AMUSEMENTS. ^
THEATRES AND hits, DIRECTION OF 1-1
mmrmmm
At 11 :3QOpfLi*at 10:SOTor lHnln> t OuMbm.
FRA7KK "Wn5ffanBHr?WPUoi*ar
I rrv\zx.c. MjU, wM|. 4 Hat. 3:30!Bryant
|?spN?TS
R I I O I ! w'?" ofB'way. Ev<*. 8:80.
. J u Matinee* To-day an<l Sit. 2 30
eil*?RicHS-pfy?
A OCNHBDY OF PARISIAN MKK
PI iVHOIISF -"?l" * "f ?'**> Eve?. ?:IS.
ruunuuoc. Ma,i?eei r0-?i#y.% sat
D0R1S KSANE ROMANCE
Wm. A. Ah,' Cf Th .K ofBwy Kvt.H:20.
Brady'* ^0tn "Ji- M f- fWtftVfc ft**.
?* BROKEN WUK
SICK TKK C'UA81iIS<i ?l u<>!?>..VNK
AcrfnR 't~h?""TV T'1"
\l#(# t?mU> ri'p 4 3%feaa,i
BUflT SKATH TO-IJAY M VTIVKK ?l,.-><>.
KeWA?dY
HERSELF1^^"}^'CORNERED
LAST TWO WEEKS
<44? ST. THEATRE
0AI4.y ?ATS.3 I5 EV(MIH6t ftS
w&m*
SYMPH0&> 0*CH?SMA
I OMHArRF w- <8 St- BT 23 Rv?. 8:30
MttU WBd ? iSal> a;80
GRANT MITCHELL
in "THE CHAMPION"
"The Funniest 1'lay It: To*
SELWYN THEATRES ??IUW??T
I Amri"nTll?:AtRK.Kv?.8:20.
rtruu-uM,t, w#u g. gllt 3 30
; Pat Rooney & Marion Bent
TIMFS SO Kv*. 8:30.
I IIVIU '3vt'MlsThs.A6Ut.2uS0.
A NEW MtTSIOAL PL A V
"THE RIGHT GlfcL"
BFLMONT w <gth St Wri
om_lvl N * Mate. To-m'w A Hat.
3/188 Lulu Bett
e
FULTON
Vi.n"( Enter Madame
10RTH PERFORMANCE TO-NIGHT 289ND PERFORMANCE TO-NIGHT
GOOD HEATS AT BOX OFFICES FOR XKXT SIX WEEKS.
TICKETS
FOR ALL THEATRES th. TYSON
* 50c ADVANCE ?r"-'ln?1 ?t*blish
NEW YORK'S LEADING THEATRES AND BOOOE83BI,
CMPIDCB'WJOW'. Et?.8:lfl.|LA8T2
CJVirmC-MtiU. To-d?yA8at. 2:15|WEEKS ;
RUTH I at im I MARY
CHATTERTON ROSE 1
\Aifjtw??tn.Kv?.8:14.MtH.W d.4S? r.2:15
Mat. TO-DAY 50c to $2.50 JftmBR
RFT A VO We*t 44th fit Ever at 8:1 r,.
DC.LnJV,U Matn. To-mor'w & But. 2 .15.
In Gultry-Barlrer'a
"DEBURALT
Lionel Atwill
I YPFl 1M Theatre, W. 4C>tb St. Evs S:20.
V^I-<U1V1 \i*tTne?? To-mor'w Jfc Snt.2:20.
El CLAIRE'" Aggers?,'
C-, -, I ? WEST 48TII ST. Kv?*. 8:20.
^?9Kj >? ?? TO-DAV ft Bat. 2 20.
?aurctteTaulor
??"peg any HEARrrry
tar J KACTTl.av
L SAMHHARBI?5Utff55E5 -
? HENRY MILLER'S SK"*, I
11- '? I s in. TVietx. To-niarmw A: Sat.. 2 201
CTQ7P in- WAKE UP I
riOJillj J0NATHAN!"|
IkLAW THEATRE 5SF'
p^w.a'ssi?
? Now-I'lAy-Kvw.8-20. Mat. TO-DAV 2:20.1
? EXTRA MATINEE FRIDAY I
NEW AMSTERDAM POOF - NEW
ZIEGFELD HIDHKHT FMHJC
| DAfiGNCrAFlfctf TH6ATRS SUPffR&-$M0WNCi
GAIETY. Uyaut; st.M*i.*.W?d.,Frt.Hat.3:30
JOHN" iiOi^DfCN' prt^enK
OliAFiF. Kl'MMKR I'nwents
KOLANI) YOITNG in
Punch fc
Judy
Tht>?trf
49th St.
agCOHAN-flBiGHiTS
HUDSON WTt?,
IN THE
vtfS OTTO KWOtBdnd MAWONCOAKLIY
NKXT MON. NIOHT. sriit!rN.^w
AUGUSTUS THOMAS'
NEMESIS A"^2
Man.ineir rat of GEO. M. COHAN.
Distlmniishi-d Cast Includf#
F.mmrli <VhtIkhii A Ollvi- Ti-ll.
6 ?OfYUJ AM T" ">?|gy*4?8tK v8:30
M LUHMn Mate TO-DAY >V Hat.
THE TAVERN
WHATS All THE SHOOTING FOB?
KNICKERBOCKER y .?
f3 COHEttANS
HOLLO'S WILD OAT
L\ d; hve. & Fri. & Sat. Mats.
Pt'VUtt & JUDY?SPECIAL MATINEES.
Mon..Tu..Wd.,Th.y: iOI,.M.A.Frt ASat.JlA M
MIXEt) MARRIAGE h]cHlisvlls
With MARGARET WYcflKRIA.
GLOME. Er*S:30. M*U.TODAY * Sat. 2:30. |
?nK CDDn CTnHD At. Hi* Tk*t h- I jn the musical comedy lilt ' l.*dy riilT,
SfJ InliU MUMS "TIP-TOP" BEST SEATS TO-DAY MAT. $2
I IRFRTV Wmt 42 Strrot Em. Rt 8:18.
LI DC-rv 1 I |,op \\ ?i & Hal. a 20
T" A X T T T HEARTIER
LAUGHS H^?p.
AND MORE OF THEM THAN WERE
EVER HEARD BEFORE IN ANY THEATRE
MARK A TWAIN'S
CONNECTICUT
YANKEE
IN KING ARTHUR'S COURT
QT7T \A7V1\J theatre daily!*0
oUrJL/VV I IN w. 4*d St.
WILLIAM
FOX
Presents
Sunday at the Capitol
THE privileged few who
saw "The Cabinet of
Dr. Caligari" when the
master print arrived from
Europe have described
its greatness in unquali
fied terms.
'T'HE New York Globe
* (KennetbMacGowan)
has said that it is a most
extraordinary produc
tion and far more excit
ing and gripping than
other screen narratives.
Sunday at the Capitol!
(Biped) S. L. ROTHAFEL,
' 39TH STREET THEATRE
TO MORROW AFTERNOON AT 2:30.
f'reviou* to h?r drpnrturr for Franc*
YVETTE
GUILBERT
FAREWELL RECITAL
StTNDAY EVE., APRIL 3RD, AT *:1R.
! Mut. Helm lA>ve. I W. 3tth. Knab* Plann.
SMARK -p. B'WAY &
T F.A N V 47th st.
ALLEN HOLUBAR'S Stupendous Production.
Man, Woman, Marriage
with DOROTHY PHILLIPS.
Strand Symphony Orchestra.
?CAPITOL
World'*l.ar?<it,Mf?tniautlfulTlir?.
'SI!. PAUUHE FREDERICK,
In "ROADS OK l?E$TINV."
Trot, nnnrry nnnrefsTriA 1
3<v y*r. Night* Mc-i&e.
NEXT
SUNDAY
hrf?W)bhoME
Only New' York Concert Thl* ISeaoon.
JOSEPH
H I S L O P
Principal Tenor f'hleago Opera C6.
Royal Opera, London, Stockholm A Italy.
7 AL'ji PH.'EH N V . I ? ALE I >t >N IA N < LI ? III
IWHO HAVE ASSEMBLED A HAND OF,
100- ?P 1 P K It S 100
Tket*. (Incl. Tax>, |2.jd, |*.90. tl.rtll, |l.00
MASON A HAMt.l.NPIANO.
AMUSEMENTS.
SE AND J. J. HHUBBR'f.
| CENTW THEATRE
BVti. x I*AT. MAT. Wo k>$8 40 pop
Ntur <'a?t In the_Supwr npect*e!e\1 \-|
"" Today
30c to
a.oo
IN THE NIGHT WATCH]
IXSiMi
EVS.S.SO.MATH.TOUAY * HAT- |??| fu-.
>tinil>ps?cwK)c-li&
THE ROSE GIRL hu.TVbmVxd
Other*, and I.YUIA IXJPOKOVA in a ne?
Mallet by M. POfflXE.
NEW YORK'S VKKTTlESl' CHORUS
/RKHI fli.lTIKv.8:30.MU.Tod?v & R*t.:!:3li
I WW tail St JOHN GOLDEN Presents
UjRACE la BI'E and
iHALK HAMILTON
i-ittlk xhe
THEATRE
West 44 St Bw- ?
Dear Me
IstYear
Mats 'I'odav JIinm,?a\t.8':|0
Ujirj B?ye|Thtiu..44, W.of B'y.KvJi:
noia To^U;. ttll< j .
ELTINGE
West 13<t tit. Eves. 8:45
Mat*. Wed. A Hat 3 30
LADIES NICHT
SbfM'ptCC i'hna 3t?, A. ef 8'y. ffvu. *';40
ri\l.>^.C^5 4%UUi To-dwr A s?t. at 3:80.
EMPEROR JONES
witu CHAK1,KS UU.I'IN.
Srict lATrM \TfNEKS at the I'KINOKftH
TO-S1W. FRIDAY, MUN * Tt'KS.
DI F F' R E N T BSfcW'?U
SHUBERT
FIELDS jjnujR WHO 'Sgffi*
LYRIC??SI.W.?WW.I TWICE DAIIV
8LA3f.O IBA&P2'
Of TMf
"THE QUEEN
Tlie World'* ""
I* coming to N
'orld'n Mont
Cow ^ orlt won.
EBA,"
wtigw.
PI YMfll JTH 4!>tb- Wml Vf
rl-1JV1UU 1 n Mate. To-m w fc Sat
LITTLE old new YORK
RROADHl IRST 44th AuWmt of BSmjr.
DI\UAL/nUI\J 1 Twice Dally, ?:80. 8:30
e: over THtf hill
By Will CarletoP. Directed by Harry Millariie
k CO. 1472 B'WAY. 4080 Bryan t
s d 1859 1 00 B'WAY. 9100 Rector
METROPOLITAN ?pkua
TO-NIGHT. 8:15,BUTTERFLY. Farrar,Fol
ate, t'rlml, rtcottl, Bada, Ananian?Moran*onl
THURS., 8:1S, RIGOL.ETTO. Chase, Per
Inl; Hackett, Pe I/Uca, Marrtonas?Moranzonl
IFRI. MAT. 2 (|1-|4), BOHEMB. Bori. Bun-,
[clellua; Cilfll. Amato. Plcco, Martlno?Pa'pt..
FRI., 7:4&, l.OHKN'GRIN. East on, Claus
trn : Hnrrold.Whltnhlll, Uuatafaon?BodanzKw
Si-\T. at 2, BLUE BIRD. Deiaunois,Bllis,A\
nian. Berat; Kotlilei, Chalmers, Bada?Wolff.
SAT., 8 (Pop. Pi lot s), 7.A7,A. Farrar, Hon -
ard: Ciirnl, 1>? Luca, Bada?Moranaonl.
NEXT MON.8, BAIIHEK of SEVILLE.Cha.-c:
HaoWott. Del.uca, Mardone*, Malatesta. Papl.
I \VKI>'. sr i, MAT. at It <*l to?4>. FAU8T.I
IV'Hi rar.Kills Ha rn'Irt.Kothiiir.Oanlae?Wolff.|
Wi;i>:;it .s:ir.r MAN! >N l.BSCAUT.* Mu::1o.
Telva; Uriinl. Amato, Bit da, Malateata?Papl.
HAROMAN PIANO rSF.l).
METROPOLITAN SSusk
Next Sunday at 2 P. M.
ALL'STAR BENEFIT
FOR DESTITUTE WOMEN
|AND CHILDREN OF IRELAND
President Harding wires?
I wish you the fullest measure
of success in the great bdnefil
Performance for the women
and children of Ireland. The
People of America will never
be deaf to the call for relief in
behalf of suffering humanity.
ALlv STAR of America's Gr?at>-;<
Artlati under Auspices American Cdmm'r
tee for relief In Ireland.
Seat* $1 to *10. Buses, *2.'>0.00 to >1,000 ?x>,
at Bo* Office or McHride's.
FESTIVAL
Of MUSIC
MANHATTAN OPERA HOUSE. Mar. 2t-A?r.S
By rn* ORATORIO SOCIRTY OF N. T.
W4J.IBK DAMR08CH. Conduct**
To^r- St. Mathew Passion
By RaehWItti Wernnratk, Slmniun
Mi'ader. D'Alvure*. Hund?ltu?. Chorim of
NOO, Boy Choir of 120, N. T. Symphotij
Orchestra of 100.
Apr. 1. 8:1 !>, DREAM OF OeRONTlUB.
Apr. 2, '2:30, BACH-WAONER Program
Apr. 2. 8:18, VERDI REQUIEM.
Apr". H. fioOS MAROARBJt ANOLIN" tn
"IPHIGENIA IN AULI8," by Euripides.
<Fir?t Time in S'ew 1'orfcl
Seats ?!.(Vi to H.u<> (Annlln |l.MH'-O ai n.
AOS, t W. a-ttli St. and at Bo* Of fie*'.
LEXINGTON
OPENING TO-MORROW AIDA
I'ftcettl, k'raacanl, Caprara. Barbl#rl. Plcclil.
SAT.. aia,|'V 2l GIOCONDA
Pacettl, Frantanl/rommaiilnl.OrdojBevHIcclil
MUGNONE,,.,
NEW ITALIAN ARTISTS?ORCHESTRA M,
CHOW'S 75?COMPLETE H>TvtOK.
Seat." |1 to 83. Now at Bo* Office
CAS5E?m! ft?: APRIL 2 r
in PIANO RECITAL.
Mjrt. Loudon Charlton. (Stairway Piano >
Aeolian Hall, To-piorrow Evening at 8:1S
Piano Re-Hal by I,EON
SAMPAIX
Mgt. Loudon Charlton. <Rt?Inwny Piano J
s
PALDINfi
VIOLIN RECITAL 1 X
CAHNEGIE HALL V I
BUN. AKT.. APRIL 8, at 8. VH
?HTEINWAY PIANO.)
CARNEGIE HALL. SUN. APRIL 10. at 3.
SOPHIE
BRASLAU
Song Recital. Seate at Box Off. Knabe Piano.
NATIONAL SYMPHONY
ARTUR B0DANZKY Conductor
CARNKUIBJ FRIDAY A IT, April 1, at 2:SO
HALL I WKDN'Y EVE., April 0, at 8:1".
Soloi?t R U T> O L P M (J A N Z I'lanitt
Mniart?llrrthnven - Tchaiktvikv?Hnirt ana
SUNDAY EVENING, APRIL 8d, at H:ir.,
ropy LA R COWCERT-ttic to ?2.
\XAt IN ER-T< III AIKOVSK Y (Pathetlmie)
THE KNABE 1H THE OFFICIAL PIANO.
BROOKLYN AMUSEMENTS.
ST A D .'*? it Fulton St*, i Mat
1 f\ r\ Tol. Trliuu'ln 4207 Dallj
u'l-nUllim Girls From joyland
SUNDAY. T?ro? B'r C?ic?n? - Two

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