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p THE WOULD SATURDAY EVENING NOVEMBEfl 5 WW a 1
rnaAND m PLANNING
mn 81 XHmITION
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To Be Held in Dublin in 1907 and
Fund of 250000 Is Decided Upon
for the Initial Needs of the Enter
prise
lpeda1 Comiponaence of TIlt Evening World From Our Hegular Correspondent
DUBLIN Ireland Oct 29on Monday night one of the largest inset
Insjs ever held In Dublin assembled In the Mansion House to promote the
project for holding a national exhibition ot Irish arts Industrie manufac
ture tad resources The Lord Mayor presided and the speakers Included
as the High sheriff several members of tho Corporation representatives of
1 the Gaelic League and prominent citizen In every walk of life A number
of letters from men of all parties Including Dr Douglas Hyde John Dillon
William OBrien Thomaa Sexton and from manufacturers throughout Ire
r land were read warmly Indorsing tho project and promising every sup
port
Communications were sJio received from the Irish In Great Britain nnd
In the United States to the same effect
IlMoluttons of support inn received from the governing bodies of the
GUile League and the United Irish league and from over A hundred
county and urban councils throughout tho country
It waa unanimously resolved to establish a company with a capital of
1X0000 to erect the exhibition Imlldlncs and to open It In Dublin In May
1907 As at present ontHned the Irish National Exhibition of 1907 will bo the
moet remarkable and attractive ono ever held In Ireland and should prove
of Jesting benefit to the country It is Intended to demonstrate not only
what Ireland does al present In the arts Industries and manufactures but
what ahe hu done formerly and what she Is capable of doing In the futuro
HOSTS EXPECTED PROM AMERICA
The Irish la Great Britain have arranged to Invade Ireland In 1S07
when the Exhibition opens and It is anticipated that a huge Influx of Irish
American visitors will take place In the same year
Ireland onco tamed u the Island of Woods and Forests Is now the
t aMt treeless country in Europe Recently vigorous effort has been made
to focta public attention on tho vlUl Importance of afforestation and with a
Urge measure of auccesa
t At the last meeting of the Dublin County Council It was unanimously
resolved to take steps to plant thj waste lands In County Dublin The re
afforesten are naturally jubilant and when It Is considered that there arc
I 8000000 acres of waate lands in the country at the present time l t will bo
seen there li cause for the JubJIaton
TRADING NOW WITH FRANCE
The fleet direct regular trading vessel between Ireland and the continent
r that has entered the port of Dublin for a couple ot generations steamed up
the Laffey one day last week and was cheered by the people assembled along
the quays It was the Entreneuvo ono of tho vessels of the new French
E line of steamers which has started between Dublin and Treport In Nor
mandy The opening up again of a direct Irish trade with tho continent Is
rejoiced In by nearly all the population except those where Interests Ho in
tho railway and steamship lines of Great Britain
On Tuesday an antlomlcratlon conference was held In the Mansion
House under the presidency of the Lord Mayor It is now recognized on all
sides that unless the terrible annual exodus of the young and strong from
Ireland can be materially decreased the country will fall to pieces Letters
of sympathy and promising support to tho object of the conference were
rend from Cardinal Logue and a number of prominent persons throughout
tho country Tho speakers Included clergymen journalists representatives
v of public bodies and doctors The Bishop of Waterford suggested as a rem
edy that the help of the Irish in America should be enlisted to promote In
dustrial undertakings In Ireland
AMERICANS TO HELP MOVEMENT
It would be Impossible ho declared to cxngRorato the Importance of
bringing Irish America Into the movement Tho prepaid paswgo ticket
was declared by one of tho priests who poko to be the moat fertile cause
of irlsh emigration Among the speakers were John OCallahan of Bov
ton The general result of tho conference roB a resolution to Impress on
tho Irish abroad and especially In the United States the alarming condition
to which emigration is reducing Ireland and to seek their Cooperation In
discountenancing It M far as In tholr power and their support In estAblish
lag manufactures and Industries in Ireland
to keep tho people at home
I CLOCKS GALORE FOR
JIMv1sPRESENT
Friends Chose Duplicates by the I
Score for His Surprise Wed
ding Gifts and They Are Still
Puzzled at What to Buy
It U hard enough for one man to de
cide what he will buy for a wedding
I
present to be riven to a friend Na
turally It II twenty times harder for
twenty men who have contributed to I
a wedding present fund to reach a de I
cision as to what shall be purchased I
with the money which explains why i
Jaroes Monaxban and his charming
4 r bride of Ninetieth street and Third I
avenue who have Just taken apart
mauls at No 163 Second avenue have
jet to see a present that twenty en I
thusiastic fronds an anxious to give
them I
themMr Vonighan Is one of the promi I
4 nent dtliens ot the Thirtieth Assembly I
District When news of his marriage
reached his friends ten of them lei
by John A Henneberry chief cierk for
I
DistrictAttorney Jerome raised a sub
stantial puree for a present
What shall we buys asked Mr
Ilenneberry of the other nine
Opinions ranged all the way from a
mechanical olano olayer to a fleet of
perambulators Finally It was decided
to lake a ballot Each man wrote his
f choice on a slip of paper In the count
r + ± Uto were thirteen clocks and seen
gill chair I
Another ballot was taken and every
f allll TOted for a clock each thinking
that the others wouU vote for some I
S Ifilcg else A clock war urcfitd upon
tut a faithful scout al ft convcrtat
k with Ur Monaghan report d thattlhl
Loopy brklenroom was alrtaJy the I
4 owner of flee clocks
Inca then the wedding present con i
J tffcuton acUns as a committee of the
k have successively deckle upon I
ui J8ir MU a dJntra roam table a
q rd a eel of cut glass bowls a
be A refrlrtratftr an mi paint I
et U inlel OConnell a sliver set a
a rtlver mounted gas range a
of nmbrelas an outfit of
Mae aaa n Persian rur And
I Mjjtported successively that
M all of these James
a H say feat a supply
> was ppotnte4 to
t ttOffll and aV > pa
JItMI t After
of alalM
a
KEPT HER JEWELS
iN THE ICfBDX
e
Chinese Merchants White Wife
Accuses Housekeeper of Steal
Ing 250 Worth of Diamond
Rings and Garter Buckles
Chung
Mrs TJutr Lee Chung the Caucasian
wife of a Pelt street merchant accused
tier Inouekecper Carrie Moy with the
larceny of two worth of J wory In the
Centre Street Police ourt today
Tilt Jewelry Cconslsted of diamond
tarrtajs ring and garter buckle and
TII s stolen from the Icebox
I Rather a queer place to keep valu
able jewelry
lladstnte Cornell re
marked
i The sufeat place In tho worid u
piled Mrs Lee Chung Nobody would
ever think of looking there for Jewelry
The Moy woman was held n MO ball
for triaL
MAIL WAGON IN DITCH
Topple Over with Horse Into Hi
rnvntlou on Broadway
A United State mall wagon hurrying
up Crcadnay early today fell Into an
excavation about two hundred fee Wow
Ninth street The driver Charles Cohen
tried to swerve his torn over to one
ride but their momentum wj 10 greet
that thy coulJ not In etoppeJ One of
the nlmili tell Into the ditch wMch Is
four feet deep and TIde while the other
anloel slanwlcd err the pavement above
Alter un hour cud a raft a ruoklnK
crew of the New York City Hallwa
fompiny hued the hrH bark in Ui
IMVimrnt satle ill hurts runs u scratch
or hl8 foreleg
I
the subcommlllM made Its flnil report
last nht
i AU we could find read the repot
that llonsthin hunt rot Is a Pana I
ma hal and a cocnrAss
Some of the perplexed contributor
ate harry c Hart John J Curran
Moms Tekaliky TMmas 1helan
Hobert F W gner Wlllam Blnnott
Howard flehtsVlff Thomas Oil John
stock I Joseph II Cuanlnaham Ambrose
O NeaL lllchael Coigrove John A
Pletnus It IL Stoddart dos Waun
I bather Vincent Volence Jr William
lderer Charles Armbutter toil am P
UcLAUfhiln John A JlenneVIrry Lad
Dr X k Buckley
NOTED IRISH LEC1VRER AND PROIUJ1ENT
MEN WHO HAVE BEEN INVllED TO HEAR HIM I
lolar a
I 1
lU Jr1r8 EA7L lfJC2DZJJ
NA RYTNAWISNT
W ANTEOAT HOME
Pittsburg Millionaire Reported
to Have Married Evelyn Flor
ence Nesbitt the Actress Will
Be Ignored by His Family
1ITTSnOno Pa Nov Whatever
Harry Klmball Thaws plans may have
bun for smoothing out the tangle In
which he has tecoie Involved through
the reports of his marriage to Krelyn
Florence Kohltl the chorus girl and
model he has evidently delayed his trip
to 1tttiburg too long
It Is now uM on good authority that
his family does not care whether he
cornea or not and that they would really
prefer to have him remain war until
his present entanglements are atralcM
ened out
lilt mother Mrs William Thaw hat
returned from Pt lout where site went
to see the exposition and through a
friend has issued a statement I
She sad she did not believe her
son was married to the Kesbltt wo
man but that she did believe the
stories of many of his escapades She
said she had not sent for him that
she would not seek an explanation nor
did she expect him home
May IlTtnru to llurone
It Is believed from tho tone of her
conversation with the friend to whom I
she w the Intern ew that tho Thaw
family will utterly Ignore Harry and
slat he Is not wanted at ndehurst
their home It Is believed that he
will return to Kurope and that Miss
Neiiiltt will also recross the txean
Mrs Charles J llolman mother of
Miss Nenbltt Is reported to have re
covered somewhat from the prostration
due to the excitement caused by her
daughters actions It Is sold she has
heard from her daughter None but
her husband and the physicians and
nurses are allowed to tee her
Cable despatches from London reiter
ate the statements to the effect that
Harry Thaw and Mils NVibltt were
registered at the Hotel Carlton as man
and wife
Thaw and Actress Keen Their
Whereabouts Secret
Thaws whereabouts and those of
Mln Nesbitt are still n mystery It Is
reported that both have gone to huff to
were they will be In easy reach of
IMtttburg
lies Nnibltt was reported to have
dined yesterday afternoon nt a llroad
way rrsaurant with Mule Fnlletle
who recently returned from an masse
moot In london with The Prince of
llhn
tIll Follftto was well acquainted
with Miss Nfsbllt before either of them
went W london they having been in
the Will Htwe company at the same
time They were with each other much
In London afro
Mlts Pollute could not be found and
would probably keep her friends loca
pan a secret anyway
SAYS IN HI WILL
Wlff DESERTED HIM
T
Jacob Kocnlg Left Only 5 to
Woman He Wedded Last
March But She Sues for Her
Dower Rights
Although Jacob Koenlz jr declares
I n the petition for probate of the will
of his father Jaocb Kornlg that his
estate would not mud KO In value
his widow Jacobins Koenli of tfo IH
fit jElghljrelghth street to whom be
left only fl raying In hit wll that she
has dcitrtfd me wthout cause al
thoujh she only married me March I
1304 has brought a suit for her dower
rights la the big store and Aathouse at
the northwest corner of 8eeoh an
nUl and Twentyseventh street
Mr Koenlg recites the fact that she
and Kc 4nJr were married last March
and that when he died Sept M he
owned thU flve story property which Is I
so big IbM UM entrance to the apart
ments U No Ut West Twentyseventh
street and she demands that Jacob
Koenlg jr and Charles his brother
l gtfo and executors under their fa
they will Account to her for her wid
ow s third of the tints for the ret of
her life EcMuntcloal Justice Julius
UrioMr U berAUoraty i
I
c1Gl1N rT pJILLJIfJ
I Will PROVE I
AMMRSIBELL
So Declares Woman Whom Louis
V Bell Horseman and Broker I
Wants Permanently Enjoined
from Using His Name
I am Low V Dell II and I will
prove the fact In court Furthermore
my revelations there will be a distinct
surprise to the society that receives my
husband and his friends I have papers
In my pos rlloon that will convince n
jury tnt my husband nnd not myself
Is posing
So siys Mrs Evelyn M Clarke who
Louis V hell broker and horse owner
Is seeking to restrain by Injunction from
calling herself lire null V nell
Mrs Clnrko Is thirty and handsome
She wean valuable gem samples ot
the JIJOOCO worth VII says ho gave her
Sho Is confident of her ability to con
vince any jury of her rights to the
nnrre of Mn Ixjuli V hell Since her
ef1ll3rnllon from hell ahe has oeuplc
small but richly fnrnUhrd apartments
atNo 1M Cart Thlrl > flrst street It
was tbero Ihe cave the following state
ment
linyi She Tnok First 5trn
1 did not Intend to my a word until
thf care was railed In court My hus
band by startln nn action for an In
junction to restrain me from uln < his
name seeks to create the Irnpreuflon
that lie dragged me to court As a mat
ter of fact I started an action first
When the break with my husband
appeared inevitable I took every prs
caution to protect mycslf As ho him
self admit I was received everywhere
as his wife for oJ till years lie made
a large fortune by plunging In Wall
street and on the race track and VoO
enioycd It together
I hive good proof that I am his
legal wife and It will not take lone
to prove the fact to the courts My
man tear was that he would at
tempt to dispose of his property oral
It was to forestall this that I began
an action to make hIm produce his
books arid show the disposition of
his wealth
llni onus of Aid
During the years I have lived In
New York society I hive made many
friends both among men and wo >
men Many friends At Mr Hell have
written to me to ask If they could
bo of any service Letters of sym
pathy from Omen have been receded
by me and they are from women I
whose acquaintance I am proud to I
claim I have n surprUlngly long lint
of witnesses who will tell some ex
traordlnary things about Mr Louis
V VII
Mr Dell teems not at all concerned
over the legal tattle with his njv
posed wife He refuses to discuss the
affair at all and says all Information
on his side would have to come from
his attorney Mr Selcy
lulls announcement that the wo I
man who had lived with him for
eight years was not his wife was a
distinct shock to society and partic
ularly that section of It which had
partclpated In the many social events
given by the Dells The case Is to
be heard next week
SAYS HIS WIFE DRANK
lloprrood Kai lilt lapsed Iepnrn
tlan laU Int on Calendar Attain
William Hbpwoods lull for separation
from hU wife Margaret Cola HOD
wend which lapsed was restored to the
divorce court calendar today on the I
npplttitlon of V K Clark attorney for
Hopwood 7be lawyer In an affidavit
I
rays that while he and the Hopwoods
wtr all summering In Ulster County
Mn Hoowood was addicted to drink
and nn one occasion coonllnr to her
neighbors feit down stars with tier baby
In her arms
RODDERS GOT SILVER COIN
HKADIVO Uldv HUT STh Stale
Dank ot this village was entered by
burglars early today who blw the
ufe and secure ILOM li slver Several
cttlID1 ixchaajjed shots with abe rob
Nrris but without effect on wthe sd
It fa supposed thai the robbers went
from ben eJUmi ta DuoU ot TWt
FATflP
AdbY
V
2 V
YOUNG BRIDE
TRIESSUICIDE
I
Went to Police Station with
Husband but Neither Knew
What Charge to Make Against
the Other
Barely grieved btcauso the romantic
glamour of her marriage had worn
off and because she thought tM love
of her huifcand had waned Mrs
Manch ratchall tn English girl of
twenty a bride of eight months
swallowed poison at Twentythird
street nnd Third avenue walked half
a block staggerIng from weakness and
fell unconscious Today she Is In
Ucllcvuo Hospital She Is tired of life
she says and death would be a relief It
Is believed however that she will re
cover
Who this handsome girl was before
her marroce to Clarence Fatchall saM
to be a bookkeeper In the employ of
tho National IteoufbUcan Committee
with ofllces at No 1 Madison avenue
Is a mystery That she Is a girl of
education far above tho average and
that she nan born used to refined sur
roundings no one doubts who has
watched her and her husband In the
boarding houso at No 1 14 West
Twentyfirst street
tanng Wife Devoted
The young couple came to this house
less than a week nso They were
both handsomely even extravagantly
dressed and after saying that they
nero man and wife haJ no difficulty in
securing accommodation The man
sild that his mother lived In the nelgii
b > rho M and that ho wanted roams there
< o as to be near hU former home
Mrs Iatdull saw but little of the
other Inmates of the house Sio re
mained In her rooms except when her
husband was due home from his work
At his opnroac she always was seen to
oorne forward and meet him In the hall
Her devotion him was conspicuous
That the pretty young wife was not
happy ins tlrst made known to other
persons In the house on Thursday night
It Is said that Fatchall come home
moody nnd silent and that she ques
tioned him because of his treatment of
her
Think Ilinlmmls Iore Wane I
You dont lovo me any longer she
told him You made a mistake In
mturylns me The newness of It all has
morn away and the romance you ex
pected Is a tragedy
fjtinll told her that he had lost his
position that ho was In grea trouble
and that ho feared they would be em
barrassed for money The girl tried to
cheer him but he refined to listen to
rr and sip went to the street avnr
Later she returned and going to her
rooms confronted her hutband
I told you that you were tired of cie
and you are no more tired than I am
of myself I ont wear well
With Curt the girl tried to raise a
battle of carbolic acid to her lips The
map prized her and wrested lie bottle
frors her grasp They talked for a
time and then he Wt The tenants In
the house say bat he carried a bundle
with him and that In this bundle was
his clothing He Is believed to have
taken the bundle to his mother and
then to have returned to his bride
Yuan Man Moody
When Fatchall came home last night
he was again moody and downcast
Again his wife declared that he was
tired of her and that his marriage had
proved a failure that It had not
brought him the contented happiness
that ho had expected He told her It Is
said that he had failed to get a posi
tion Again she tried to cheer him up
telling him that they would get along
somehow but his spirits would not
raise Then the girl lost Mttenee One
word brought on another until there
was a quarrel
Together they left the house both
gjlng to the West Twentieth street po
lice station where BergL ONeill was
on duty Neither knew with what to
charge tho otber The man said that he
wa unhaopv Tho rlrl said the was un
loved and In a strange cIty and A
strange country without friend or rel
ative on whom she could call
1ollce Kersrnnt AdtUo
You children go home advised tae
xrgfflnt Kin home and nuke tn up
ill nonnsense
This l < all nunscnw
Home the man and his girl wife went
They rMlfl tn their rrom but solos
time during the nlgtt tbe girl left ixr
licstnndi side and tIpped to tho are t
Bh made her way to Twentythirl
street and Third avenue and there swJl
lowed the Content of the phial that her
husband had retted from her Thurs
47 nigbt
on learning that his wife had taken
prison and was even then to
re dying la Dellevue the man left the
rdinghouse Where he went no one
now but It U certain that he e114 not
ko to see UM djlfl noel la the kM KJ
r AdA p
> j ittiij tiii if t Afc
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CROWD TO fAR
FATHER SHAHAN
Famous Lecturer and Scholar
to Talk on Hlbernlanism and
Its Mission at Carnegie Hall
ToMorrow Night
NOTED IRISHAMERICANS
PROMISE TO ATTEND
Justice OBrien to Preside and
Many WellKnown Persons
Have Engaged BoxesFor
Institute Building Fund
When the Very neT Thomas JSh
hen D D rises to deliver hit lecture
on lllbernlanlim Its Minion to
morrow night In Carnegie Hall be will
look upon a large and representative
MltMjIng of IrlihAmirlcani and na
tive irishmen AI + the Indications are
thai the auditorium will be crowded
with un enthusiastic assemblage
Too evening will not be taken UD ex
cluiivcljr by the lecture of rather Sha
han The Catholic Protectory Band
will piny several selection and some
holed ilnjers Including Edward
OMahony the famous basso will ap
pear There will also be addressee by
wellknown speakers
The Hev Father Shthan It one of the
strongtit and most eloquent pulpit ora
tor In America Professor of Church
Hillary and of Roman Law In the Cath
olic University at Washington he has
long enjoyed the reputation ai a
scholar and has materially helped to
raise the study of Irish history to tbo
hIgh plane It occupies at present Father
3hahan will undoubtedly discourse upon
the development of the Order of An
cient Hibernians In the United States
The proceed of this lecture will go to
the building fund for the Hibernian In
stltute at Fifth avenue and One Hun
dred and Sixteenth Street
After an Introductory address by Pat
rick J McNulty of the State Institution
Justice Morgan J u irlen wno wii
preside as chairman will deliver an ad
dress The lecture of Father Shahan
will follow
Among those who will serve as vice
presidents an
Commissioner JlcAJoo President John
f Ahearn of the Uorouitn ot uannai
Ian J Van VncntenOlcott J B Man
ilng Mgr Joseph K Muouey in j
Jennings Oen James U Ulielrne Cor
oner J J Kerry Pork Commissioner J
J Pallas Charles F Murphy W
Bourke Cockran F Francis Lourhman
Very Hev U A Brady of Yonkers
State Chaplain William P McLaughlin
and Patrkk J Tiuuey
Same of the boxbolder are Arch
lshop John M Farley Charlej F Mur
EdM OCharte Div Iso
phy Major Ed ward P GUru Division
II A O H County Monaghan Young
CountyJohn
Men AMOcntlon John Lennon Judge
Morton J OBrien D V Clancy Di
vision It A O 111 Michael II Oava
nagh Division I A O II Michael J
Jennings Thomas Birmingham Divi
sion 13 A O H Rev Bernard A
Brady StAte Chaplain Gaelic Society
Martin J Kane Division U A O H
John P Butler Division 0 A 0 II
Matthew Cline Judge D F Finn T F
liughman Park Commissioner John J
Buoy
Victor J Dowllng J Van Vechlen
DIcott Park Comliloner John J Pallas
I J Conway president 0 N I A A
D F Colahan Fire Commissioner N
J Hayes Congressman Jacob Hup
pert J N Btrnnahan Collector of the
ort of New York John F Aheurn
Senator James J Frawley M F Mc
Orath Patrick Smith Division 80 A
O ILt Ernest Sulser John T Oak
ey Oen James S Clarkson Sur
veyor of the Port U S Coolidge
Charles H Treat Thomas Tralnqr
division 15 A O II William Mc
Dowell Dlv i on 17 A O II Michael
Mohan Division S3 A 0 H Patrick
Murphy Division 22 A 0 H Martin
toxe John McOovern Patrick J Me
Nulty T C QuInn
Major E P OIBar Is Chairman of
the Committee of Arrangements and
John P Butler Secretary The county
omcTI are Major EdwarJ T McCrys
tal Thorns Kelly Dahlel V Clancy
CRpt Thomas Cunningham Jame
Moyna Michael Mohan Very Rev Dr I
CMrlu MrCrmdy County ChaplIn I
A Chairman lllpbern
and John J Pall > Chairman IIbem
in Hall Building Fund
IRELANDS DAY AT THE FAIR
Address In Gaelic One of the Pea
turn of Dili Celebration
ST LOUIS Nov SIrel nd Day was
observed at the Worlds Fair today
and tile regular attendance was con
siderably augmented by the members
of the United Irish Societies of St
Loull
Exercises were held In Festival Hall
consisting of addresses and Irish band
nelodlet President Francis welcomed
the assemblage and Judge ONMI Ryan
of St Louis responded Other speeches
were made by Archbishop J J Olen
non Dr D S Phslan and Brother
Dernardlne of Christian Brother
College the latter being delivered
the OuIJa tongue
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Life and Death Mystery 4
of the XRay j
A startling phase of the effects of this wonderful
discovery and the fear of its influence which
has sent Thomas A Edison on the track of
another invention to offset it J
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The PhippsMcKeeTevis
Love Tragedy and Comedy
The full story of the most astonishing social and I
marital entanglement of recent years Photo
graphs of the principals and many interesting
and surprising facts
New Yorks Smiling Army t
of Factory Girls
Langdon Smith refutes the idea that the girls
in our workshops are unhappy and writes
graphically the subject v
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The Romance of Nellie Gore
Letters of the unfortunate American girl who <
met a tragic death in Paris that shed much light
on her mysterious life
What Shall We Do
With Our Boys
Excerpts from a new book which tries tosolvethe I
problem and only makes it harder than before
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A New YorK Tragedy That Turned
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a Mans Hair White in a Night
The true story of a thief with a heart whoso
hair turned white because of a womans devo
tion One of those rare tales of actual New York f
Charlie Gatess Vacation Party
The remarkable outing which John W Gates
son recently gave to a party of friends
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A Day at Home with Ysaye Smartest > I
Horse Show Gowns The Theatre ac
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Mr Dooleys Advice Final to Voters A i
Hr ButtIn for Congress r
Phyllis in a fine place The Newlyweds latest
quarrel The Angel Child and all the s
in the Funny Side
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A Song by Anna Held
Separate Music fie Supplement1
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