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THE OnLD SATURDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 5AWLfy i J
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WORKERS ACCUSATION
RPOSEVELTS DENIAL
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The mn he put st thi held of
that department was hit private
iecretiry After his campaign
opened he became Chairman of
the Republican National Commit
a tee and whatever Information her
had If he had any W1 perfectly
Well underatcod by the held of
r these organizations From that
A time on there has been a gradual
f It movement In that direction until
It la believed that every trust In
this country Including the Stand
t ard Oil Trust la doing what It
I Hn to Host that tlckct
The statements made by Mr
Parker are unqualifiedly and atro
clouly fade As Mr Cortelyou
has said to me more than once
during this campaign If elected I
shall go Intj the Presidency un
hampered by any pledge promise
or understanding of any kind
sort or description save my prom
Ise made openly to the American
people that so far as In my power
lies I shall see to It that every
man has a square deal no less
and no more
tf fctvlng failed successively to persuade Mr Elihu Root Mr W Murray
Cnni and Mr Cornelius N Bliss to accept he says
DOESNT TOUCH ETHICAL QUESTION
The Preildbnt lu his Utter de not enter Into any discussion or the
ethics of taking Cabinet officer from a petition In which he bad access to
w secret ot all the trusts and putting him Into a position In which he was
expected to secure trust contribution The document abounds In expres
sions such as Inaruy blackmail slanderous and falsehood It was
jkibllihed against the elhlce of ths Presidents mont trusted friends
f Judge Parker will answer thu letter tonight nt af reception In his honor
to be iron by the Kings County Democratic Club lie will proUbly call
Attention tu tilt fact that lu bin letter denying the Cortelyou charges the
Prsildcnl claims that he settled the anthracite coal strike a point upon
which for sonic re a ion or another the Republican orators hare touched
I1UT
The President fansset the campaign on Ore after successive efforts had
Wen made to diet the Cortelyou charges by the following gentlemen Sen
ator Fairbanks Senator Lodge Senator Knox and Elihu Hoot
GGV ODELL HELPS TO LIFT THE LID
> O Odell has broken out also At Murray Hill Lycium
hit night he charged that Judge Parker owned 25000 worth of Shlpbulld
hisf Trust stock and had Invested in Steel Trust stock The Governor
airman says he can prove this It Judge Parker will allow him ten hours
Hi which to co to Newburg and back Judge Parker says he will pay no
attention whatever to the Odell charges
U The ntlre Republican battery of assault was turned upon Judre Park r
lMt night While shot Shell and shrapnel were being rained In Ms dire
tkm he took dinner with a friend privately Dut Grover Cleveland was
im
titei ftrlt l line Before an audience of 8000 voters In Newark he made oni
I of the best speeches of the campaign
r j The Presidents letter Is the sole topic of conversation in political cir
ri iiltlda1 It is without precedent and even his stanchest supporters are
divided In opinion as to IU effect
WONDER AS TO EFFECT IT WILL HAVE
j those who deprecate the violent tone ot the letter are forced to admit i
1 ftBtvt many of the most popular things the President has done In his carter I
were done against the advice and potest ot his earnest political and
tonal friends per
In hla statement the President url
Certain landerou accusations as to Mr Cortelyou and myself han
he repeated time and again by Judge Parker the candidate of his party
V lor the omu of President He neither has produced nor win produce an
proof ot their truth yet he baa not withdrawn them and as his position any
gives them wide currency I apeak now lest the silence of self respect be
iundentooa
1 j Mf Parker charges arc In effect that the President of the United
Jf1 and Mr Corttljrpu formerly Mr Clevelands executive clerk then
Mr MeKlnleys and my secretary then Secretary of Commerce and Labor
aftd now Chairman ot the Republican National Committee have been in a
t conspiracy to blackmail corporations Mr Cortelyou using his knowledra
jEftdne while he was Secretary of the Department of Commerce and llS
to extort money from the corporations and I the President having
i pointed him for this especial purpose ID
The irtvamen of llni chaiges lies in the assertion that corporation
have been blackmailed Into contributing and In the Implication which In
foe or two of Mr Parkers speeches has taken the form practically of an
BHtrUon that they have been promised certain Immunities or favorY or
tym been assured that they would receive some kind of improper consldera
tlon In view of their contributions u uer
That contribution have been inado to the rtepubJIcan commltt
u contrl
fc Ufln have been mad to the DemonUlo
E baUons commltte I a not the queitlon at IKUI
J Pukes 1Snlon ii In effect that such contribution have been
made for
Improper motive either in conequenc of threat or In conquene of Improper
pfomlie direct or Indirect on the part of the recipient
Mr Parker know beit whether this ii true of the contribution to his cm
j 4gn fund which have come through his trailed friend and advliori who rte
pen the great corporate htereu that ttand behind him Dut there not on
t p rtcl of truth In the itatement ai retard anything that has gone on In the
jganageraent of the Republican campaign > tr 1arker accusations agalnit Mr
CQrtlJOlI and me are monMrou It true they would brand both of us forever
with Infamy and inasmuch ai they are tali heavy mut be the at
e IIIID making them
CORTBLYOU AFTER OTHERS DECLINED
r Ichoe Mr Cortelyou as Chairman of the National Commute after bay
lift failed tuccenlTely to pjruao Mr EUhu RoJt Mr W Murray Crane and
1 Mr Cortellu N 131555 to accept the position I chose him with extreme reluc
tance became I could 111 pare him from the Cabinet Dut I felt that he poe
atiHdthe high integrity which I demanded In
tssfd the man who was to manage
tit 7 campaign I am content that Mr Parker and I ihould be lodged by the
pUblic on the character of the two men whom we chose to
manage our earn
p1pI he by the character of his nominee Mr Thoma Taggart and I bT
the character of Mr Cortriyou
> The ajiertlon that Mr Cortelyou hid any knowledge gained while In any
oadal position whereby he wa enabled to
secure and did eeur any oontrl
c butlon from any corporation ii a faliehood The assertion that there ha
titea any blackmail direct or Indirect by Mr Oortelyou or by me ii a ttitt
1l eod Thl assertion that there bas been made ta ray behalf and by my au
i ortty by Mr CorUlyou or by any one eli any pledge or proml or that
tttr h U been any undemanding at to future immunities or benenu In rw
ckaltlon efany contribution from any source li a wicked falwhood
f That MA Parker should desire to avoid the dl cuiJon of principle I can
well nndentandj to far It is but the bar truth to ay that he ha not attacked
i tA on any matter of principle or upon any action of th Government tare ntter
I aPt misstating tht principle or that action Dut I cannot underttand bow
4 say honorable man a candidate for the highest office In tho gift of the people
can take refuge not merely in penonalltle but In such base and unworthy per
1 sbaaUUe
t i 1250000 BET
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It official agreement between hrok
Until thi year Louli V Dell and
small crowd have had the cream of
A draeie biulneaa eajd Duchanan
I 1MT managed to keen the builneu
i Wa principally around the lloft
a q hauls and Fifth Avenue Hot l
t q played freezeout with the rest of
iwerer some of ui got together
cr tetfed that we would attract men
I meaey to bet on the electlor Into
ice wrhmaricet I luppoie thne were
1 wash beta made earlr In the
tl It lie lpe1 to advortlae the fact
peweq In llna to set Iim hiiBfli
C tut a man could pat hl money
w beads without feor of either
Us Vote iroulJ the nager be dti
I V Of paying exorbitant corrmlt I
t I asi reponlbl large
of the betting Into the
S mad a play for the
SI the ntwioaaer hetrxd us
the wagers and It tot
t with mooney began to
I te as their agtnta Verer
the curb ho there
3 Wbqtkegamoe1gtZe
draw
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In hll desk and pulled forth a great I
was of correspondence
Among the
letter wa one from a Southerner who
had tent 20000 In certified check to
IM placed on Hoofccvelt
Another
wivs
from a Weterner who lent JJOOO to be
wagered on Parker
When the business ben to pile In
continued Mr Iluehanan we were
at I
lost how to handle the wager I rot
ime of the boyi together and we 14
elded upon a ceneral form by which
the
tmn actlnn
could be drawn UI In
thee form the
name of the man
rook
Inr the
bet doe not arnetr Only the
broker lcn the Agreement
AltorntS ltSOC hu been put up
according to the o11u of the Curt
broker I cannot ay that that amount
eppenr In the ngreemcntt driwn be
twten the broken at the clou 0 up tho
< IJItrade Trit tlltno to I 0no bet
which The Evening World ctpoted wu
a fake bet All rlxnt I sot II from Ihe
Iniido but tare have been many bet
mod within the nut thrive day that
ware legltmit
The curb I now In the election butt
nu to May With a dull market ou
crowd U glad to get IotA the election
lame and now that we hare Cpured
the bull of the builowi we W d 10
fcoW IV dow bere where ItS be f
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From the Morning World of Nov 4
A 31 W RRAn
mR l1QO VOTERS
Police Secure 300 In Jefferson
Market Court and Deputy At
torney General Is Promised
400 More In That Section
Magistrate Iiirlow liiuedwarrant to
day irs Jefferson Market Court for the
arrest of more than 300 perioni allegeda
to have reglitertd Illegally In the Third
Vifth Seventh Ninth and Twentyfifth
Attn lJlr Ulitflcte The warrant are
to be lerved on election day
llefora the warrant were Issued VA
men aed women molly keeper of I
nwrdlnithouiw were put through a
rigid examination regarding thole regli
tered from their places A more mug
mint crowd wa probably never ten In
tho Court
The examination of tte women look
place Are and KM conducted by three
clerk After each t rton had answered
all question they were taken before
Magistrate Barlow nom and warrant
luual
As each woman wu brought from
the cxnmtnatlonroom before Magistrate
Ujrlow there was an outburst ot In
dignation
rtlgnitlonWomen
Women Arc Indignant
To bring ui women down here tald
Mrs Nora K Ittce of No 43 Witt
ThKlythlrd street II an outrage that
ctn hardly be exprtiied In words with
propriety I never heart of rtipect
able women being subjected to tuoh an
outrage I think It was enough for II
to lay the pmont who registered from
our homes dIJnt live there without
dragging ui hire
Mr Anna Wlckerihim a boarding
house keeper at No GJ West Thirty
him eIrP hint In tl nut ° f sick
bed to appear In court In answer to a
ubpoena regarding the registration of
three persona from her place The
woman cried over what ihe termed the
Indignity and like a great many other
denounced the police for having them
appear In court
An effort was made to keep a secret
the fact that whllral arrests were to
be made Election Day but the police
found this impossible on account of the
women concerned In Ihe matter
In the Twentyfifth Auembly Dlitrlct
mar than too arrests will be male if
the persons who rrgl < tenl Illegally at
empt to vote In that part of the Ninth
A inbly Ulitrtct which the Vest Thir
tieth Street police station lake In fifty
arreit will IH made Not INI than
fifty warrant have been Inued for ar
roil in the Third Fifth and Setenlh
hinds
2100 Horn Warrant
lUiutr lurbw css5plrrfrtrl < t Pt
trolmnn KnltUI of the cAl Twentieth
Street nation who secured warrant I
for nearly 100 ptrsoni
Peputy AttorneyOtncral Fuchii who
was In court aikcd tar t41 more war
rant bullet those hued Three were
prornlied to him tonlrhi
Mr Fucrw sad that In other court
Iln the city npolcatlon would be made
toOay for about toco wtxranti for he
arrest ot men on election day charged
with Illegal registration
ArOCAftNTtam ctlru FOR 11I1oI
1 kIU 0111 Of 1roIru < 1Ia
Ill ut1m4 11 PaJO Ulat
iii I 0 Mh 1 4 Ia la4Ift
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COURT WARNS HIM
ABOUTSOUBRETTE
Joseph Holzer a Seventeen
YearOld Clerk Told They
Will Set Two Fast a Pace
for Him
Joseph Holier seventeen year old a
clerk In ihe employ of Wendel Mlicher
of No M Weit Fifteenth street was
accused of the theft of 120 In Ai Tomtit
Court today by his employer who
said that a couple ot day ago he had
given the money to the boy with In
itructoni to pay with It the premium
on an insurance policy The boy came
back to him later arid saId he hu loit
the money Later he decided to have
the boy arreited
DetectiveSergeant Burke of the
Headquarter itaff who made the ar
est told the Magistrate he found the
boy last night In the comoany of a
dozen oubrtti In a concert hall In
TBIrd avenue Hi nld the boy told
him he wi ambitious to become an
actor
Detective Burke hawed the Court a
letterhead with the olctur of Holier
and a concert hall woman known u
1ls Conrad and the accompanying
circular told at length that the team
of Conrad and Holier were ready to
give an origin and uptodate sketch
entitled A Pipe Dream a continuous
laugh
f fear the laugh II on you my boy
aid Magistrate Cornell My ad Ice to
you In Keep nMir from soubrtte
They are a deluilon and a snare
Theyll lead you a paco faster than you
con go and keep honest
The Magistrate decided to believe 1M
boys story about the ion i of the W
and the employer withdrew the com
plaInt and The youth was dliohargej
after promIsing the Court to give the
compAnlonihlp of actreue and other
theatrical pntoni for the next few
year
14339529 FOR METCALF
nepartment of Commerce sail
LborMalieeCut lu Ertlniate
WASHINGTON Nov 4Actln See
etary Lawrence O Murray of Ji e De
jxirtmciit of Commerce and Labor
made public tod y the enllmUei ot
roprUtlon for tl Ptinrtment for
the Oicll year btglnntmr July 1 19W
They hnv brn forwnnled to the fieore
try nf the Treasury for trnnitiliilOn
hI COIIitI
Tie eeumatet ifirorAU 11311 be
ing VwU less than the lIontcli trJr
time fiscal year b ijnnln Jul 1 14
TWO SENTENCED TO DIE
tenon win Have n Doable
Manning This Month
PATEHSCN N J Nov sTbm
wall bo a double hanging In this city on
Nov n JuJg Pitney today sentenced
Joseph Miller convicted of killing Mr
Celyon atewird and Arthur 1uter da
dared jullty of murdering Mark Wet
lenbcn to die on that date The con
demand men are IItlTOH
Laiter1 lawyer will tryto vet a
writ of error
tfo i > v J 1f
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cLocks WIND ur
SALE 700 SOON
Richard E Albers Advertises
Soven Timepieces at a Big
Bargain but Is Accused of
Grand Larceny
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TARTT leaving city will Mil contents of e
room intrtmtnt conilKIn of two limit
on doubt bits bed nn tM parlor lull
antique sat modern run ildibotrd sm
fIn < Imported clock c In whoSe or pert
pirtld looklru for high cttil article
flU call no dealers AShen 100 W
IStHh coiner Ixnox av
TIe above advertisement appearing In
the exchange ccliiinni of a New
York evening newspaper today brought
a imlle to the favt rf thor In at
trndinri nt the TomSii 1ollce Court
Infortunaty tts petty lesving city
will remain In town InUflnlt y until
charge ct grand larceny his teen dli
poicd of tiy Mailitrnti Cornell
Miny matron ever on tie vntch for
bargain In household Implement went
UD to No IM West One Hundred and
Tnlrtynlnth itret In answer to tho
ivlvcrlliement yesterday art J were
ftninnd to get no response to a ring at
the Albert bell They were par i
ticularly desirous of getting a peep at
om fine Imported clock offered In
the weaL
It those tame matron had been
down In the Tomb Court they would
have understood why there wu a dti
tlnct silence from the Albert apart
ment One can never foretell wha
fate may Intervene
Tli a lad lad Story
When the above advertisement was
carefully penned and taken downtown
Its author never drcmed that the
item arm Ct the law would reach forth
And arret the private sale so carefully
arranged
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Here is the sad story
Charged with the theft of a clock
undoubtedly an Imported clock valued
at HO Richard E Alben of No 100
Wet One Hundred and ThlrtynlntA
street was arrested and arraigned In
the Tomb Court Mr Albert formerly
was vlceoreildent end lecretary of the
W II hayes Company No 12 Cort
landt street
To Magistrate Cornell Mr Albert
stated that he was arrested late on
Thursday night given no opportunity
to get ball and lodged In the Tomb
prison
Spit lit Inn Caaivd Arreit
ne set up a defenie that iplte oh th S
part of the President of the concern
with which he was formerly connected
had brought about the Indignity to
which he had been subjected
General Manager Solomon Mark
stein alto treasurer of the W IL
Hayes Company testIfied that early In
September Alben went on ihe road for
the cpmpany u a salesman He Mid
WI lent Athens the clock In ques
tion on his order together with ix
other valuable clock None ot the
seven clock hal seer been accoumi
for by the prIsoner
Mr Albert mprNltd Magistrate Cor
nell u a busIness man In an unfor
tunate predlCAfflMtt He stated that
there might be spite He had not seen
the advertisement In the exchange
column Ttie hearing WAS adjourned
for a week Mr Albers WILl paroM In
the outodr of tots counsel
ILONCCHASEOf
GIRUN AN AUTOIS
Young Woman Who Gave the
Name of Margaret Taylor of
No 784 Fifth Avenue Herself
Guided Whizzing Machine
COMPANION MRS MARSH
GAVE RING AS SECURITY
Auto Was Chased from 69tha
Street Up Fifth Avenue to
118th Before Bicycle Police
man Sullivan Could Stop It
I
A rIchly gowned young woman of sev
enteen who situ phe was Mien Mar
rartt Taylor and lived at No 731 Fifth
avenue wu arrested and taken to the
Eirt 8lxty ventti Street Station this
afternoon She was accused by Bicycle
Patrolman Bulllran of exceeding the
epeed limit In her automobile
Sullivan said he first MW the young
woman who had a friend and her
chauffeur with her In the vehicle al
Sixtyninth street and FVfth avenue
and although the
young woman wai
handling the auto It wa going much
falter than the law allows He called
on the fair autolit to slow down and
when he iw his warning was not
obeyed he gave chaio on hi bicycle
The race lasted clear to One Hundred
and Eighteenth street where almost
exhausted he overhauled the automo
bile The policeman got Into the ma
chine and required the young woman
to steer the vehicle to the police sta
tion
There ha Sergeant told It would be
necessary to hold the young woman for
hearing In police court tomorrow un
ku ttey could furnish 100 ball The
young woman said she did not have
that much money with her but she of
fend to leav her automobile or her
ohauffiur a Security
Bnt They Were Late for Matinee
Only the cold it you hold the AU
tomobile now are we to get to the
matinee We are late already
Her companion wbo laid she WILl
Mrs Luke March of No an Welt
SeventyFifth street here came to the
reifiue Haatlly taking off a threeitone
ting from one of her ringer aald to the
sergeant
Thli ring li worth UJOO Will you
accept It as security The sergeant
Efcvo one loving look at the coitly gem
and assured the women that th secur
Sty wa ample
Au the party were seated one mon S
In the auto the young woman onorS
hurd to say to the chauffeur who
this time was about to pilot the ma
chin
chinNow whoop it up for all shei
worth Wehav given them a phopy
ring and they may discoverJU
When thl WM told to thll sweeant
without taking another look at the
ring the said Ill stake my UDuta
tlon that the ring Ji the genuine
goods
Vr Marsh Went to Matinee
In response to a telephone call on the
house No S27 Vest Seventyfifth itreet
a woman vole tald it was the home
of Henry W Mann and that Mr p
Marsh who ta a very young matron
had gone to the matlne with Mlu Mar
garet Taylor In the latter automobile
When told of the arrest the owner of
the voice betrayed no excitement but
when In reply to her query Where
Are they now It was stated that Mr
Manh had given a 11500 ring In pay
ment which It was reported that one
of the ladle afterward said It was a
phony ring the voice was pitched a
key higher Indenlal that the ring wu
other then first clan
No TM Fifth avenue it the home of
n L Taylor A woman voice from
there over the phone ald there wai
no daughter named Margaret but that
Mil Dorothy U seventeen years old
BOYS MYSTERIOUS FALL
S Child Tumble
Throavlt Elevator Door
Daniel Berry aged seven of No in
Butler street Brooklyn today fell
through the open door of an elevator
car In the Delaware Lockawwana and
Wetttrn Railroad building at No 21
Exchange place He fell fifteen feet
dlitocatlng hli collar bone and sustain
ing Internal Injurie wnich may prove
fatal
He was attended by Dr Hull and
taken to the Hudson Street Hoiu or
Relief The building official declined
to ir what a Brooklyn child of seven
was doing alone in an elevator in Man
hattan
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TO CluE A COLD IX OE DAT
Take Laxative 13000 Quinine Tibltu All
dnifttiu rtfund roontr if It fails to curt B
W Orotil Hnnatnn on each bas SOc I
NEW PUBLICATIONS I i4W PUBLICATIONS I NEW PUBLICATIONS
L JWfltt W
r YOU WILL PROBABLY REMEMBER
having read II Graustark by George Barr McCutcheon in this newspaper
some time ago and noticed the amount of interest its publication created
You will also remember what an orblnglyinteresting tale it was Over
200000 copies of it have been sold in book form
BEVERLY or GRAUSTARK I p
4 BY GEORGE BARR McCUTCHEON
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is another Graustark booka sort of sequel to the other one biit as
Vie Mail says hit is superiorto Graustark
In the new book all the old characters are reintroduced and there
are some new ones among whom Miss Beverly Calhoun of Kentucky the
heroine Here again w have the love interest the entertaining and the un
usual adventure and the charm of Mr McCutcheon best style The book
makes smooth pleasant reading It compels you to forget the flight of time
Illustrations color by Harrison Fisher
The Best SclUnf Book in7the limited Slate J
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE Ii iw
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CONGREMENrTO I
VII PANAMAi
Senators Will Go with Them on
Government Vessel to Get In
formation as a Basis for
i
Legislation
WASHINGTON Nov SMemberi of r4
the House Committee on Interstate and
Foreign Commerce have arranged to
make a trip to the Panama Canal son
starting from New York on NOV li for
the purpose ot acquiring Information aa I
a blue of legislation
The member of the committee will I
be accompanied by other CongrMftnen
and also by tome United State Sena
tor The wive of several of the mem
ben will also make the trip r to
The truniport Sumner will be placed
nt their dlipoial for the tour and they
will go direct from New York to Colon I r
Blood Poison K j
CUTICURA RlSOtW
IENT greatest of
I Blood and Skin Purl
ficrs has wrapped
about Ita complete
description of the t 3
I treatment for Blood
Poison Scrofula and other Constitu
tional Humors Cures are speedy
permanent and economical
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PAMMEYED 1
v edUTMmistIV
SPECIAL
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BARGAIN SALE A
OF SHOES I
In Our Basement I i I
SATURDAY NIGHT I
From 7 to 10 oclock
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Rupture Cured i
The Improved Cull Trun li tha anly I
truss In iut w iat U worn with abOo
lot > comfort DIm and diy u It retains the
rupture uiSr the harden excels < or sever
cit straIn and will ctttot a permanent and
tixf 3r cure without retard to the 4C of tht
patient tiamlMtton tre laity In itttnd
lace to cA fe rmnMet
HENRY fNOLLII
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ITS DHOADWAT between Ninth and TenUJ Y
ill oppcilte wanamtku Niw York
= Et bllih d a rttn j
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For tII Ue < i > Uoti ef AdTrtlmnt at IM t
asgutir uyUllq Raaes
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MANHATTAN AND BRONX
Every Arorl m District TI t
BT > pb oMee la the city r Uwi 0 I
World Want at 00 rate 1
PHUT AVAtXoe laO 233 MO t
1182 i >
SKCOJtD ATAt No 44S 83 T 10M
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TllIIlO AVAt H 01 230 020 aTilt
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