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s?wTactory DOOR open
Witnesses in Triangle Fire'Tria
Help the Defence.
TELLS OF KEY ON STRING
Girl Declares She Went Out Int(
Hallway on Hearing Alarm and
Was Driven Back by Flames.
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ninth f*'>r>r xvhen <he fl..
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to UN U a ?-Mr.?; ton P ,
it by turnli g th? K. i ?okfld <.x?m- t':,
as ?soi from ti?
o?-,nr he!
Ill? .1 ran bffti ? : ? t" t
lofti ' -l, witl
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fWl M was 1
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When 1
DO \'. . ? t y.i'l did ' ?I k- ??
there aras s fir? until aftar you o ?
d< or?" .isk/ 'i tha ctxurt.
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tha rail and aaw'namei
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mornit g thai nothli gt< i our t< .-:
timony thai th? -hout??l
Mr I
Maa 91 ? ... was
an hi?? fa? l proteasing, ai ?! on
the ri?fstif.n wa
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tartck.
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to th" ?V'ork: oh I it half
"I ?Id yoai or out
th? Waahtngton Pli
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CASSIDY OUT AS LEADER
Queens County Boss Retires at
Committee Meeting.
IS FOR HARMONY. HE SAYS
Votes for Dujat for Chairman
and Urges Followers to Work
with Borough President.
.. ha i hei o lead? r of
the : lion of ?.
<'"urr artu pra? II? all] forced
"?it ? : ? ihip al the organlsstlon of
inty i " m?? rattc Committee,
? night In hla own clubhou
? '??iirt bquare, Long Inland City. H?' had t?>
th'. humiliation of seeing the aaw
? hat ? tak? n ? -? ?n? r?-i "f affair? In
I orough invade his ? omaln,
,ilr,i with arbitrary
irry away th< cot i ted halm am _p
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By ? ... ,?i ,f
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election of Mauiici K. Connolly as Boi*ough
? nt to 'ill the vacancy raus. ,1
i i< movai of La? ? aer he ha
little bul the empty title o! county leader
and count n Caasldy i oniplre i
p Connolly oui ..f tha Borough Hall,
an?l within a Week after sltti??.' dl ?
th?- -, ? ?. , ?>-? ?. nolly ann?
? lo? ted by < 'aaaldy but
In aplti ? ? ' t hi red Caaaid* noth
ild no! have anj thing t.? do with
him or an) one he represented,
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of ti righting Caasldy wai
? r-i,ia\. and then 1
mi nt ? .,i thirty of the forty?
id agreed to at?nd f?>r
lirman
Thua ?as the pro?
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t to th? oust ? ai ly In
i \x? ' t Into the little n om
on th? from x\ hich he has
gpoaal since
n. with him ware
Matthew J. Bm'th, Dlatticl Attorney?
i.i.k" a. Keenan, John Casaldy, his brother;
.tiler, and half a
->, r Importance.
This was r ? thru] t.. tha
fallen I? ad< r,
? - .. ? ... fly |< ft his
"'.?? ai ,1 puahed hla way to a table
' ? the m? - ting room No
the com?
to order i een that ? a? i llenl
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h the programme mapped oui ai the
??? >nf< rei J. O'Bi i' n. "! Nea town,
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porai Irman This motion was put by
ried without a dissenting'
Mr Buydam took Caaaldy'a place]
(able and said I i
in i;?l\?.ar?l
; ? ted Alexand? D il Caa?
sldy tl ind said:
The igh Pr? -rfdenl has an
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. eptable to
him h< would se? lo i thai th?
en to thl.- ?"nu.
? ? my duty to
? ?.] \?. nil me h all my
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nd the ultimate
e thai this
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? the nomination of Alderman Du
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motion ?
ried
man I rujal ?ed to th?
and mad? hla I a ounty chairman
Gentlemen, I can't
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p. Pot ly old
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NEW FOLIE.S BERGERE OPENS
Vaudeville Show Follows Dinner to
Representatives of the Press.
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of all the N ?'< r?
of eight
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MORTAR SHOTS HARMLESS!
Fort Totten Bombardment Fails
to Jar Long Islanders.
DON'T EVEN HEAR REPORTS
After Standing About on Toes
and with Fingers in Ears They
Learn That "It's All Over."
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To i traveller I tonn the north
ahore of Long laland yeatarday forei oob
it must have appeared thai th.' nativas had
, Midilenly cotif ?lait, an.l why n??i ? All tht
IvWagera star* thOM who mak?- their homas
I in thr big countr- houses wars standing
labouL Inaldc "i out, with their fincrr tips
? ? r ears an?i arlth their moutha wide
i kea la? . ti?- ;r ey< i a ai ??
tightly and thejr st<.<.?i upon th?*-ir loea
Women would tun; to men and ??sk "Haa|
I ? ti..) -. el ?" sad th?- nun would
th? ir tirada .?i ! aaap oil balan? ?i ?-? <???. t' ??- ;
rips and nothing happened!
Mut t en a.?- i ieaaon for this al
conduct <>n th?- ;..-? >f th? Long Islandera
i'estei ? ,:? i lock, waa
th- time s?-t for th.- fui' u ..f Ih.' tw flxo
Inch mortars at Fort Totten, in Long ?sianii
Found, ami the army nth? ?r;- m charge "f
? t- had boon aendlng ou! warnings
for th?- last tir?-?- ?lays. Everybody on l.on_
isian?! living within a flve-mlle radlu
the fort had i ????n t.?M tu prepare foi
dan ahocka from '.he concuaaion "f tha hin*
guns They were directed to do just what
they "li.i reaterday, and also to keep all
tha windows >.f their houaea open, ao that
ti" ?.?'as;- would i.?- broken
Everything was ? ;irrif.i oui according i?>|
schedule, except that n?> arlndowi >.n I/??ii?:
Island ware broken, no teeth were looeensd,
],,, eyei atralned ami n?. ear drutna split, in
fa, ?. the i" .'?-h the 8 .. from FoM
Totten ?li?! ? "t know when the mortars
w?T'- Bred. Finally, unable t?, h.ar tha aus? ;
pansa any longer, they tele* oned hyatar
??' l'on Totten asking, "When are j
th?.??-' dreadful guns going lo :"? fired, any-I
way?'' Actual disappointment sounded in j
their voices \?h<-.u the) were told th?- ?-uns j
had already been discharged "Aren'i xx'r-?
noin?r to he thrown oil our feet, or have
our arlndowi broken ..r aotnethlng?" thajr
d "??Handed
There waa some little delay before the
first mortar xvas fired It waa Intended to !
let loo?? the first ?>f th?- 1,048-pound shells I
. ? | ?. o'clock, bu1 the mechanism of tin?
mortar carriages had to be exactly id
i isted, an?i It wa *?.k wnen l
M'.rt.ir No, 1, In l'ft a. wai dlacharged. j
?x terrific roa.* and bural of Rama followed
ii] ? tou? f the greal g of powder !
i the Met l si -11. Those x\ ho
; ihii.,. the tun tar* 'age ?as the ahell ! urtle ?
n. a \?i<ir ur, thiough ti,?- air and drop arlth
a spin.-h int.. the water ab? - yarda |
from -
" ? t the foti had i" et ioualy
m i i aoldler messengera to the ?Long Island !
towns, arlth ?>r')..rs t.. repon after tha dis- j
charge of each mortar whethei anj damage
si-ought After the Ural ahoi 11 ose
In charge waited for telephone reports from
tl,<- ni'- -? .:? ' Ev? ; ything !?< ins reported
still uprlghl and undamaged, l
ahell waa ;;,r?.i a1 11:8fl o'clock
ore of newapaper pi otog
'iii'1. i> had crowded it the mor
leaplte 1 nga ol the <?"
? ? hot waa tired every lens waa
? red.
Thereafter Ihe mortars aere :ir?.?i at
twenty-minute Intervals, each time the
i .ir.n'. belni i ? 'olonel < ?riti B, j
m, armami t itrtern
?.i In : the le ta
were most aatlafa. tory.
TURKEY CHASE IN STREETS \
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Car Hits Dealer's Wagon, and Forty
two Birds Disappear.
There waa ?. turkey chase al USth atraal
and Third -t night, and,
t, forty-tw? ? ? ? hi.'.r
h.i thai i- rhapa did ?.?.t exp? 11 l
ha\> a real I !hi I tmai f?
Morri of No 249 Eaal 153d
1 street, ?ultry farm. He atari
laal nlghl to mak? hla deliveries t,, ?
1 with a wagonl? Sd of ci ati s, each col
, Ing fourti en turkeys.
At 118th atreei a lurfac? ? ,i crai had Into
Priedlandei ? ? ? it? i?-ll to
the atreet and and the turkeys
. ih tor liberty,
in an insia:t each turkey had about
? ?1 men, women and children on hla
The turk? ya were a ? ? d, but
?'..,.- returned t?> Ptiedlander.
* ? * ^?i U. S. Department of Agriculture
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3^r\iV??7-?r LOW? ' V> WILL'S L.MOORE Chief
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SUBMIT BRIEF FOR
Counsel Reply to Report of
Commissioner Bulger.
DECLARE IT PREJUDICED
Tell Governor Dix That Health
Officer's Administration
Has Been Good.
Counsel for r>r. Alvah n Doty, Health
Officer of the port, submitted yeeterday to
?.ov.-rnoi l?ix ,? hrief in answer to the j
arraignment of their ? lient ? y Special Com?
missioner Charlea N Bulger, who eon
ducted an Inveatigatlofl Into the quarantine
station. They lake up the chargea aertatlm
and declare thai th?. accusation of unbusi?
nesslike admlnlatratlon waa general and
. ported dis? r. .in the t stlmony sf
Danyaa and the immlgranl women aay the'
accountants wart violent!] biassed and Ba?
ser! th?. quarantine xxas -?fflelanl aii'i the1
foo.i, treatment and sanitation good
??...upo Gordon Battis and Qeorg? B I
field, tie,?. . r? li pTCjU?
? i dMti ?, In : ? Bulger r? poi *. ., d
add
?, ..? ? abo inda In tha moat violent i
and extreme language Tha Commlilaloner
has In practtcall* every Instance taken the!
word of discharged employ?s ol Ignorant
an.) hyaterical Immlgranl women and "f
s*ltnei?eea x? h?> arere concededly of th? low- i
?st character, as agalnai the testimony of
dlatlngulahed physicians on th? advisory
committee, an?i equall) dlstlngulah? :
slclana who were not serving on that coin- I
mitt? . the testimony <>f the staff ?>f physl- ;
clans an?l ?>f the trained nurses a-ho have
charg? ..f th? medical affairs at Quaran?
tine. His ao-called 'concluaiona' ai?- noth?
ing i ut .; statement ?>f the charges sought
to be supported by auch evidence, entirely
?lisrf'?HriiitiK the evidence on the other aids
of the queatlon.
He gtvea no eicitt to Dr Doty o fai
aa w< can aee, f??r any single a? I A
Ing to his re|?,rt. the admlnlatratlon of i?r. ;
Doty is an absolut? and dlagraceful failure
in every particular. An?l thia in the face
of the unanimous testimony of mam of
the ?neatest phyatckina in the world.
Inirlni* the entire hearing tt was openl
Ptate?! in the press that the demeano
actions an?l the language "f the Commis?
sioner showed .? van >itter prejudice
agalnai the Health ??fil.-er. and arere In?
consistent With that impartial attltudl of
mind xxiitrh such an ?ifih'iai h- in duty ?
bound to maintain. We had hoped thai this i
via? was mistaken and thai th.- report of
the ' ommlsaloner would he calm. Impartial
an.l jii?li?-lal in it? character. Bui are re-J
gre1 to say that "ur hop? s have b? en ut- ]
terly disappointed
The fan that the Commlaaloner finds In
f.iv,,r ,.f every Intimation an?! ever* sug?
gestion against the Health ? ?ffl?-er and does
nol er.-,lit him arlth success in any par-,
tlcular, shows of Itaelf that he could not
. onsldered or detei mil ed the - ? ? ?
In a fair and Impartial ma mer. The con- ?
demnatlon is so wholesale and n ?
as to evince concl ist* ? I) 'i;' ebs? n? ?? of
any prop? r discrimination.
As .ill IllUBl ' Pl' ludlCe, t1 .- hri-'f
- on-i that in hi.- report Mi Bulger
stated ti.it the steamboat i ovemor Rower
? ..,i |.... i??,: si Quarantine man?
??ut was really the property of Hugh Ba
aey, the builder, yel the commltsloner. it
i de? lared, failed to mention tl al th? t?
.. ed the Governor Flow? r tvaa
tared in Bsmaey'a name simply i ?
the s?at? had refused a bul
claim of a rea the wand dollara, nor did : ?*?
bring "ut the point that ?he had been in
ii* , ighte m years without th?
Interfer?
Th? ? ?m : eport 'i
i> iritis ti,.- Investigation i fret* i
asked for HVldence explaining this matter,
and promise x\.t- .i- frequently mail?- that!
? . ; k ? ? oui I be product ?h This ;
? hoa ' ? ei. ? ? nol i ed? emed and
th? queatlon of ownership of tha ateamer
remalna unsolved, although it was fre
? ? ? ounsel that th? Health
' ?Ulcer himself a : | itlfy and i v
? - n itera whl
.?f ott ? r vrltnesset ha.l d<
'..' loped i 'it .?- ? n this pi?.- ;
? ? ? ding " ere di_*rrli i I | was?
announ? i d, in ? sorrowful tone ,,;
i" han ed counsel foi th? Health >
thai the lattei waa Buffering from nervoui
.i.?.n brought >?ri h\ ovei \?"rk In !
? ng the Invasion ? I i hoi? i.? ind that ?
.?i gone t.. the woods to recup? ??
Soon afterward, however, l learned from
authentic ,"n?l i redil - that tie,
? oi ?i ? Mea "fork Quar intin?
..? .i\ t" evad? ? of a Bub
ommandlng his preaenc? aa a wtt
ind tl at at tl . time ?.f hi - d< r I
h posa?
. ealth.
Dr. Doty's counsel say this ;
tounding mlsstat? m nt. that th? i ??
' ?? ? ni .?n . a t. legrara from I?i Hei
mann m i ilgg -, In atti ndan? ? on i ?i i lot
Bulg? ref !.-? d to
either t" ? > i? el
Meeting III Bulger'g charge, thai it was
? vident l?r Doty had been "living ? ?
dal rather .than th?- strenuous life." th
say th- ?h ? tor has be? falthl
deed, lia.' not ha-i -i vacation for sis year.- I
SCORNS $2,000: LOCKED UP
Executor of Estate Says Brother
Must Be Crazy.
ji?. a Mil?'- Joseph Plusser acorn?? ???<
and preferred a plank l?.-?i under Williams
b urg Bridge, Benjamin Pluaser, his broth?
er, who offered htm wealth, ease and hap
pinees, has declared Joseph Is Insant '
jamln Is an npuirnt fornitura dealer <>t
Newark, a: .1 administrator of his brother
.M. v.- 114,000 .-t.it'- .lo--! h Pluaser is a
real heaver, who refus? - more than K
cents a day and also refuses to Inherit
th" 6,000 that hi.? brother Mai las left
tu I.i m
Benjamin Plusser ha?i not ?pen his broth
si for len rears until jreeterday, when he
1 thai Joseph was pit hlni
from a wagon In Grand street \\ it h a
? 1 *-? t.? ? t?\?. t.. h*-lp him. Benjamin sticceeded
In capturing th? refractaty coal and ?.1
end having him 9sn1 t.? Beltevue
f"i examination
"When 1 tell him, 'Joaeph, you art rich;
you have 12,090,' he vould not listen to
m> . 1 mln ' Thai efore I hare
Um detective srresl him, end 1 am .going
to Bellevue right noa to ae? hoa he la"
Benjamin Plttsser asid tlie I2.0M would
b?- u.--?i te. pul Jos? ?'h In some h "in.- until 1
? .:.! m allas the sdvantag? a ol 9 bad,
1.1 m-ala I ''in? h?-ii
NOW FOR SHARK FIN SOUP
Stfamer from Orient Brings Dainties
for Nf.-w York Diners.
1, 1 ,, 1 in j. ?i- |g 1 toothaom? I
OOWn in the Bower* .:.'! ..".nri.1 || M ti
? t.'it it la Hi? m- rest ho ?Toruvre
v i,, n - ompared with tin art* I? s ?.?' r.1
? hlch .arrived . -p >n|- ?'
n from Kai Ks lern
u. >|.- pi ii" Ipall) Ml ' ? .ark
ln i ilgai parlanci
. Ka gre kl oa n a woi ma
\?k Bit he Bra
, ,.1 he will
too, thai
and sea slua ill ?thai d? n
. in ,,r ?"it of - si "'i Of <
. ? .,.. the prodM I "t ' 1
W|11( 1, at- ?? "'? I .",;' '?'?" ?'1'"" II
, m, i to building 1 ont? , '?? put Into them
ont* suck materlala sa are palatal k
.,,,.. too, di n't include the bonea
? 1 red up The ;.r?i
?,,.,!. i?.!i..,i down end made Into soup
. ,,iv, me- ?? a slugs an
. ,| and pla? ? d on I''?? tahls with g
.,,1,. of ' spat ' m ' ?~:" " '?? ?hould one
turn up 1,1s 1. at the i'i'-i.f.I is h
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?ii,, ... .. , brought ".n h in n
Into i"'" fr..111 tt ' ' sk Kiel Kl
I ij( (u.,l ? . ' f' I ? Sting I'll j ej.. ., 1,
V ... tu II,.ike 1 ate oui of.
STARTS TYPHOID INQUIRY
Brooklyn's Marked Increase
Stirs Board of Health.
Although there have team mar* ? a
typhoid fever In gvary borough of the dty
? i"."mi>?r i, the i'."f?iuKii of Brooklyn
RhOWn sllc'll a mai keel ?i.iT-OSi- tll.it
lin mvestlgatton Is under way to find out
Its causea trcordlng to statistics of the
Department ot Health, there wears 101 cases
of typhoid fever In Brooklyn from Decem?
ber i to December i?'>, M ?sompaired with i;
?m th?- same- time in Uli, an i an average
of ;A for that |.-;.-i 111 th- last Rvt
Tin- total numbei ol cases in the dtp
during the Ural steteen days was Ba, ai
trad with 13 in HI! and lit
av? rage for ti e last five yearn
Manhattan during that time, has devel?
oped M cases, a- against M In IfM. Tiiv
Broa x had || caaes, as comparad with "5
i.i-t year ?Queens had 14, as against I In
.?id EUchmond had I, agalnat nona f"r
thi same sixteen days last year,
Oysters have nothing to do with th?- In*
It ws said yesterda), tU et ntl t
Commissioner .Lederte sail the large run
li'-r of e-nse-s In Thi Bronx and In M-<
tas sai Her In th? eai had been i
di !? tlve milk ?uppllee,
From Januar) i, itli, to !??? ember '?
"f typhoid fever were reported
for the entlr? d( sa compered with 3,il?.i
In ' ' for the same length of tints
$15,000.000 FOR EQUIPMENT
Trust Certificates Will Be Issued in
Name of New York Central.
Columbus, Ohio, Dae. li. Authority way.
granted to-day by ti ?? Ohio Public ?Service
Commies! n, on the application of th" i.uk ?
Shore A HI igai Bo itl t Ha lt*oad
the ' k ?veland, i ln< In atl, ? 'id I B
i." a- Railroad ? 'ompsny, for thi ism e
of ?is '?'i,'". in equii m- nt tru f
"f 1112, entitled t" interest at i% per pent,
hial repiesr-ntlng M pe? cent of the . o>t,"f
t-ew < qulpmenl
The cerUflcates will be Isaui I li the name
of the New- y,.r:< Central linea, and will
?" for the purchase of new locomo?
tives freight, paasengei and leeplng ars.
in this i"!!cha* It la t
will be held by John Cantonen and others,
of See fork
MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
MlXIATL'Rg ALMANAC
lunset, t 29; max ?
? age, ?.
HIGH WATER
Hook .
'i." ernot ? laland.
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WIRELESS REPORTS.
v. v.
Hook at 9:69 a ? tpeel
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lat of
Pai 1>- n at 5:10 a n < ? ?? :
ri-. Kroni m zeaain C?
mtiof raal of Sandy Hook at M .'<>' .. m ?/eatei
ti l to do k Pi. .... for? ? ?
The ? Vltie, reported a? 1.101
The .
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INCOMING STEAMERS.
TO DAT.
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i.I'.-ruin.la. 11?>.- 19..., i
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OUTGOING STEAMERS.
TO DAT
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THURSDAY. I'?' -BMI-ER SI
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.-.n?, Norfolk, . - 71 M I? ?n
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umuri, Tamp!? o \x ,,i i 12 00 m
... |a k? nville. Chda 1:001 m
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TRANSPACIFIC MAILS.
I'r.iinatteri an<1 i>(?iiri?r. ' les* In NY
; Fill U:?n'l?. Samoaa Inlands. Nsw
Zeal?'.,l, Australia i\la \an.-omeii
Makma Dec 172
.i ipaa . , ? sins, Philip
iin'-s ,\Pi .san Pranc'scoi Chins ;
? lasan, i'"?? a. ? ? Ina lela
Antlloehus . i"e 22,
Tahiti, Miiro.'ie?ai nia San Kran
eisco) Mirlpo??. .. .Dec 23.
? ttl?
BadO Mir i
r^mr:,n IslSltdS NfW /.?"alanl. Aus?
tral ?via San Planch oi Helle
of sent?an.I tie?
Hawaii
rinn .via san Francisco) Man
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?Tiuain. Phllltplnet (via Sin Tran
el?, e? f s Transport De?. 31.
Hawaii Ian 1.
Jaran, ?'orei .'hin*. Philippines <Via
Vanroiixer? Empft ? of larar. Jan 5.
Tahiti. Marquesas ?ook i-ian?;?.. NVw
/??alar?! Australia ? via f-an Kran?
cisco)?Tahiti .Jsn ft.
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SHIPPING NEWS
Port of New York, Tuesday. December
19, 1911.
X HP I XII.
B ? ? mot
???ilk end Baltimore Transport?t!
. ?? llh in'!?.' P IS4H ?I'll, IB,
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1 f"ik. te ?he Old Dom11 loi 9a ? o with pas?
-
? ?' p m.
IB - ?
? lllSSt Xrr
the B
11
7 - and Chrlstlsni
?'. Punch, Bdye \- ?'?> with i-'s abli and 210
? snd mdae Arrived si th?
? ?
? ?? .,?-..- B inswtel D<
| 16 to ?h- Clyde *? Co, \?l?h rndse
? ?; ."," |i tn.
,:i?-r Jamestown Newport
? id Dominien s
sors an.l m,Is?. Passed in ?jus rant Ine
Il s ,,,) p ,?
? ..
?? Co, '.?i? h pa-cnn?"?
i an i m?is?- i'f?.??e.] in (Quarantine at 12 ??T p m.
Steamer Havana. Hi
New 1 iba Mall Ss ?To
? ? rr '?I .,' 'he Bar
il 12 M p n
Steamer C tohal De, emtx r |
i I 8a I ?ne, s II h 133 pass?
... . . -
Eobal December 12.
.? Railroad s? i.in*. ?<t?ii tit paai
| malla and mdae Arrived nt "? Bat si 1 ??'? ?
Steamer ?'allfornle ifh*), Glasgow ,m I x:
r\- i, m Henderson Brothers, ??ith 14?)
121 M Ar
st the Bar al 1 a m
?f 11-, fir he, *
Halifax N S l?1 t.- - ' '.enerale
rlth 73 ? I IM I
it th? Bai
? ? ,. uhan), ' lenfu? foi Ni
t'i -J4 Manssnlllo December i? and Bants Cruz
.. sew Toi
m lae ?rrlim at th ?"
. ig ? . ,i . i on Ion '
touthanipton 0 to th? Atlantic Transport
.... lengei
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I Larrlnasa ?Brl Moaterldeo via Norfolk; S r
; ?! im i Dut h), Bol t? i
STEAMERS AT FOREIGN PORTS.
ARRIVED
r><-. io 10 T.1?. p n. R ? tua i""*
Victoria il 1er) f?es x en?
ch?ri - irit
r.i Kronprlm Wllheln N
Toril fer Plymouth, Cherbourg *?r. ?. Bremen,
?a? repoi -. j 1 . telegrapl 120
? it H -'' ; il 1
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I Bay, Dec , 10- -1
X'.'rk i I rt i
New Ycra f?,r
. K i u s; mi?' ?
De? 1" ?rffenttna (Aust), New York via
Olbraltar. D? iv Martha Washington
New Y, rk I '
De 10 U Ne a Tarit
.... ? . York
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' 10 i reas (Brl New York
and v
? N'en Y,.rk via
RI '
D? Indian Pi ? iRr), N? a? Torh
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Maurlta i D
New York via ? , and
il
<~er,,n?-h Dec 10 f L Lueltenhach, San Fran
for Brl. N?e
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B nd Co?
nd N ? X'rk
i ' ? 17 ' ' m i' ?
N? m T rk
? BD
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N?e Yerk
st y ? - Mseiver (Br), tram
Ni ?? ', ? for 1 ln?jta;
? . ? - N- v York;
Bound Br? o* N 11 Phttad? 'i
p.. n on Rermudlan <Rr>. New
Tork
'? Hr.. New Tort via
St T ?s, el
17 ',' - Mary ?Br
Torh
M? nt?so Baj Dec IB noan .x >Rt-.ai"
New \
Brem?n Dec 10, 2 i n. Bar? New
Torh
Bristol, De 10 Kansas ritj iBrl v??*- York
s. Vincent, r x-, Dec 10 Dune-lin (Bri, New
Norfolk fer X
? ,r !>.-?.- 10 Pretlc 'Pr,. New York v!.i St
Ml h ?eli for Nsplai (snd pr
PASSED
r. (Oer), N? m Teta for
Hamburg
De 10 Mil ? '?? i, New Toril far
AMUSEMENTS.
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Playhouse' ,
BOUGHT m PAID FOtf.
it ' t < i m i : i ?>. Hat, K of B'way
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Mal leiinn, M?.-. ?V. m.l Be?t ????ut? 11,
14!?; NEW M' .-l'A!. ENTERTAINMENT.
"VERA VIOIETTA"
With ?.?lu l?.-?.lcs, \nnette KeHeffSSMM ?mil
\Vonil?rfiil -?t;ir ? i?t ixtrii Mut Xm.i?.
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GRACE L* RUE ,U1M
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RAYMOND HITCHCOCK
THE RED WIDOW
in.. M h M?.ii.hr ..f the World.
THE BORDEN
GEN?U7Y
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m m ladlo? k?-i i' ? . ? w
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m m i. Murpl ' i !" ' '
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Pop, Prirea HaeaaH and t.r?-i?-l.
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la?-0 '???? l'ur. cil Howard A IIhhhiiI.
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AlU?MRRi l'Hiiiin... Hube Maronard.
A?-11*rr10?l??i .I..,,.-i,.,,,,|.?,?. * to.Hai
B?B|?'l.i Mui '.. iiinn.i 4 4 n.errly. other?
?flNENAOOLIP
Cl Hl KVi-NATIHlS WOKDEKN
?V ' -CORONATION
Natural ? ster Martin? l'hnir.-?.
APAni?ai?V ol ?H'?IC i? '-'" ?""' ??"'
flUHULl?ll mu mu m m\i ihm.il
._ -i' L
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Pointen for purchsters.
IVe ?built up our clothiM
business by giving vaiiie to tf?
men whose eh i: ? ronsi*lerat ?>u
is V.llllC.
'I he men of modest pune.
We've n< i er lost sight of ths
? alue of that reputation.
So the man who Inns our
suits and overcoats ut *18 ml
$20 to-day gets just as y |
value, dollar for dollar, us the
man who buys the most expen?
sive goods.
And of course everything we
! sell is guaranti ed to In- latidfju?
? lory or "your monvy lia et.*
Overcoats, ?$18 to $70.
Suits. $18 to $48.
A?nas shopping tor the whole]
j family is ?;i*.y here.
I mTuI. wearable thing; fig
; men- silk hats, glovt ?. liand?
kerchiefs, mufflers, s c a r f s,
sweaten
Attractive n ovelties for!
women bridge favors,1 i-orn?
forts for tlif motor ear, motor
ing veils, work baskets, vanitj
tags
For the youngsters tobo*?
[gans, skates, punching hags
everything in a t h 1 e t i c and
sporting goods.
Plenty of room, plenty of
salesmen
Rogers Peet & Company.
Three Broadway Stores
at at at
Warren St. 13th St. 34thSt
Ask for
RedhMan
COLLARS
Ail Styles.
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