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NO DO TO PEACE W
Squabble Over Making Public
Roosevelt Letter Day's Feature.
PERSISTS IN DECLINATION
Says He Will See Press Gets It
at Proper Time- Mayor May
Not Attend Dinner.
Th? c?hv end n<-?r pass ycMerday ??t the
*-?-_<1qiiaJt?-r."* of th. .?itlzens' pear-" dinner
trttbaat aaar rumors ?>f \"..i*-. Tin* trouble
this time i-'i-efly , on?*-erned the proper time
for mal as pul ? oiitentg ?if 11 ?
*?? ven-pa?-? lattar TWodm? Rao-M-vol! 'ni
dre.?-?e?l u, If il lard I. l?lO'itner, eXOCUtlve
secretary of ? mtttoe, arb? n h< d?s?
dined hig Invitation t" ittead the dinner.
Th* tetter x\.?s -.-i d to ?contain scathing
?t. im of the peace treaties propoaed by
Mr. Taft, and Its ? '1 that the pnbll
?nMoii of the letter before the dinner might
keep tb? i-tiest of honor asmy.
"Mv loyalty to the SBC ?Mai of the dinner
Tnakes me d-r?rmined to koep that letter
private till aft? r the dtanor," Mr. Bloomer
eatd "It is a dOCIUBOal of International
Importance and ?111 be hftoty m?kln, la
tt-4 sS*fOOt Rut it will not l>r made public
till after the dinner for fear of any i>u?s1
i'?iity of k*->pins* the Prsrddont asraj
it was loeJted in his pr?\ate Fafe. In? said,
and he w_* strenuous tn his Hf-eertlon? that
?no power could get him to rovoal us <on
tents till afte.r the dlnn?"
Mr. Raooo-ai It? whan as? e Out?
look" o***ces. was of ? ?I i it?rent opinion aa
to when the letter ghOUld be ln.ide p
T'fopert^v B] ag*r?emoat with Mr. i'.i"oiH' r,
i d H ?ras distinctly understood that
?he letter would bs given t? the presa I s
publicity on Saturday aftarnoon before the
dir.ner.
I ? that It sha
ht made pub!'.? tiii aft.r the din
? -r of kerpinsr Prssldtgll i
tin?! told.
I don't know ???hM Mr Bloomer says,"
? - ? - "hut if tb..' not Klven
to you sfternoon
??f< i.. 'i" and i
? all --e? lb*'
i dor. t want It ]
'"oming
I ?' In The Outlook' this ' ? I on
r,- ? thai
"Did yr.ij ?ver I
. in n>. dmri? i bg i ? iskod.
"i don t knoa 11 -
, -,? ., v?*ral " T nt over
and aal ? lower ?**?*??**: 'Yon >? o?
| ?.? ' ?! With
M., i . reporten
. . ? reason 1 um not
... i ,m not?
1 again, si if en
? n"; the whoh situation. ?
H oaaae oui n re still ?
' .it ih? : adquarti i ol l dmn? r
thai Mr *.?'?????-?? e|| ml|
a
for Mi i
hen M
-grrot?
I - ? ?lonel Ro< <
hot i hops
si re
. ?
.-"asop Mr "?<??- ? ?.,? would tvoi a<*
a dtni wsi
-
;!d have to
i thini ? ?
.? v. ?t. aan-sua ? ?- ? i. b) i .
? .,-? ? ? ??' tat "' oho or. ii i
froga Mr !
tint Invitation
. .
th? afternoon fort the dinnei
? omer, he
w.tr *b- ondersts* ?
i:-/7 Its pul
? ? no ol
? . .?
it ? -v rumor
lecllned to
...
eu Mr. Gai
? i
?
Alt; , tld -?egterd,.-,- thai tht
not l.eld to boom
t was I that the ehief
m. it
?An. that Mr ' iraegle' address would
?.]>? be eonflned to ihl phast ol the
- . ? ?
it was alao learned thai I ? on had
raut? ? *"e differ? ? : tiion in (he
?.omm ??' :e_ti?*8
sally votad oO the procrammo, l?iv
1l_ the bubJ*(M. (iit.rcly ?jpcr. to the Indi?
trldua] tposlrors Tt was also fatd by a
tnmltt? ? that a
i-i-iion of tb. committee bad one day mot
and attempted to hoop Rooaovoll
: of 11 Vit? ? I ? !' 11 ; id i
phone in tb'? con no
4 ticket
holden
. ndoned. it a g
. Ilj ant ounc-td that ti.*? ?ii n< ?
d* carried through, despite all t
et ttuit bad ? on '? it?7
MORE LIGHT ON PARK ROADS.
ns in the tranavtrag
atral Part .'.n balni I with
stertrk lights Many com?
i borough!
i M 'as
FOR NEW PARK HOME
Arsenal Building: Called Fir
Trap" by Commissioner Stover
r,,!-.-. Corjunlssloner sti->\?*r belle*/?
the Arsenal hiill-!ln?T In ?"entrai fatk. I
?it the luailquart.-i of the Park 1?
partment. s*ta*?old ?.-ix. way lo s niodei
roof structure. The ?raluaUe tecor*
.-! the .!?n;irtine|it -top 1 111 the buil'll?
ue? in peril a?---..niliiir to the Comml
sloner, xtho rail? it a "Are trap "
?lie cv.?n? tii? hi-t-ui-- old landmark
removed Commlaxsloner BlOTOf r?- -mimen,
ng the new d?*pvtmen1 h?*?a4quartei
,,.. th? R*?th Btreel transverse r,?a?i, so
will ti-.t be obtrusive, ?i? Is the Arsenal. I
IPs opinion. The net?, btaildlng would ther
lora i-.ne distance remov?*d from i'nt
ri<] ?\..ii|i| not face tliat th?>r.iii??l
i line.
"I talk..I the matter ovei with the Pjlnl
ing Fund Ctmimlaslon," said the Pat
Commissioner. "The Arsenal la not in I
[ nres* 'it - ondltlon the i lace for the beat
rters of the Park I?, ??..rtin? nt. Wh?
'l ?srould r.mmend is the ere,-non of
building lust larga ?nough t?. house tl
t ilcp.it-tm? nt for.e ?nul to provide . I
a restaurant That would do away ??it
the i nt n itaurant building al?>ngsM
the Arsenal.
??Th? ? ? ig? rle ahoaild be retainc
whore it la '"it the ati*u?*turea In whk
the exhihitsi are housed ahould be moder
\t present tl a lion house :c alino?
falling down. With the removal of Ik
i, ? - ? o?c<cupied formerly b
the -rtructure could be Veti aa an ap?jn*?*aac
to the nicnuiTcrir? and to the. park it-elf."
? i ol the department say the o!
build ?rrrun with rats, as is th
gerte Commissioner ?Hrrer lias t?.i
Weather Bureau that the roof ol th
building ?rill not bear nm- h more weigh
an?i has cautlon.*d agalnsl placing an
apparatus than is D?t??*aaary en t?.
of it.
has been ?lone In
slil.. the building, bul it remains In man
a . n it aras bullt, befoi
ral Park a is laid out as each.
_-?-??
GIRL FREED AS SHOPLIFTEF
Store Withdraws the Charge;
Against Miss Littlefield.
lows Littlefield, of No :".i West W
- ?. ..-i Saturday on
shopllftlna
-, .. ?t ... irate Barloa In Jef/ei
?,?, Mai i ? ? i " "' ?nd dl\ ..?-?? '1 Mis
Littlefield was ?accompanied to oourl h;
her ?
?? | .i of having tak? a from it!
locket valued ai 112
, .... was called Mr. El
?aid he undersi.i th;.? th? departmen
atore was willing ?o ?vlttidra** the
: - lectivo, sai?
this was true. Mag! trat ??
( ??. tan! Diatric
ffered i objec
tlon. and ?vas told tl was non?
? ., ? ? estedMr
Ely to take th? ? ! !-im if in
and Mist Littlefield hs en! sd his ohani
? i' the prli
01 - " ild Miss littlefield hsd noi
or ha?
ti-- csse '- magistrat?
Iced Mr : ' If I ? '? ad read th?
g thi . ? log n
the r; - .
Mr. Ely ?-Hid be had, and then character,
laved tl olut? false
Del an, o( the Weal X*t*r street,
next took the stand and corroho
raterj Mr. ? - temen!
I? Barlow then turned to th?
- pr? senl and ej ked them if
didn't believe a retraction was due
th.? menee. Mm -.sKfi Mr Ely if he did n--t
" him in thtnhfni?- a retraetlon
?xas ..
"i do , ej d the lawyer,
and >!^ -arlo??- (1 at ?~ri tic
\o?inc ?
KILLED BY~BLACK HAND
I Rich Italian Dairyman Paid No
! Attention to Threatening Letters
"' ? -' received threatening I? I
tei recenti- . tie police bellen e the
Hand it respontdbl? for the death of James
It Ulan daii ? man ? I
?ho i
?nurde '? morning in the hall
.??US'? a? Linden street
and Irving avenue WUIIamsbu
. gis left I ? ? earl
morning to deliver milk to hi? customers
? Wllllamsburg section or Brooklyn
s lantern ?rltli bint, Ruggia left
-1 a] bottles of milk,
hla hell - r, Clllupo Batiste, ??.
d? liver ing milk In th? ael| Wh? n
Ruggl the hallway of Mo SU Lin?
den tree! Batiste heard three shots in the
?.'.?11 air. I ? ? sw thnx or four
men run out of the halla t
throuch Irving i
Del : . Hamburg avenue sta?
tion learned from ttatiste that R ...
in partnership with bis brother, Domini-1?.
and tliat both the Ru| | ? :> tter.s from
ack Ma-.-l recently demandai
The h ", ntlon to the let?
? - ? the aid of the police,
i aom? time ago Domini k found
i house It the m
bood of x-sterda\ .? crime
??? ?
.-?i :??-? ?. i toi? n fi .-n. the stre? ,
In front ol the ?use Ha reeeired h letter
stating thai on tu? receipt ol \:
?on would i?e returned h?.
for the re
?
wskgon were i? turned to him.
?
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iddreat.
'M ASSIS THE POS!'
Roosevelt Declares Paper Guilty
of "Moral Obliquity."
SAYS PHRASE WAS OMITTED
Ex-President Again Goes Into
Detail Regarding Correspond?
ence with Sheldon.
idore Roosovell returned t?. hi?* at?
tack "ii "The (?venina Fort" yeatorday. i"
a stat. ment given to the ii' wspaper iii"ii lie
I emphasised iii- original charge thai "Tht
Post" had knowingly misrepresented the
Interview he gave s reportei of that tnawa
paper, folloaini tin? publication of the
ipondence between him and Qeorgi it
Sheldon, tressurer of the Rspubllcan Na?
tional Committee, In referen? t" the Har?
riman campaign fund.
Mr. Rooeeveli In I Is si.it. m? nt of jrester
day declares "Thi iSvening Post" araa
guilty of "an inpardonabls pieos of moral
obliquity" In suppressing In it?-- published
Interview g phrase la wiii.-ii be said tiiu
hi wag "tubstantlally" "t in essentlalt"
m tcoord with Mr. Bbeldon'i explanation
regarding u.. publication ol th? r-orreapond?
? DCS
.Mr. Roost \ ell .- - i.i-' m? m folio ? -
What purports tu ;? tu> statementgnrtad?
in "The b.venlng Posl were not taken
down i.\ ii - i t-port? r. and so sr? noi
v< rball) accurati. - set ptlng tbe l?rl? i stat?
m?m which 'ni- evening Post" publlsh?*d
? ?ii Saturday, i\ in.'li ?,i> ink? ti down But,
??. ' ording to i he evening Post's ' own
statement non printed, i express!) stated
that v% t.. 41 l had to saj agreed with Mi
Sheldon's statement. "The Evening Post
omitted what I wss v''i j careful to Insert
that in th? ? us? ntlal tanthul]. '
..i..! with Mi Sheldon's statement, and I
("?iiit-d ?mi the "ii" or two unimportant
disagreement- u b .1? whether we met In
In "i al th? 1 nlon Le sgue ? 'lub. (As
a. mattet "i fact, m* memory 1*- tbat ??>?
m? t at both plaCi
Th? purpos? ..i 'TI 1 Port" was,
' ? ?? id? ntl). in the flrsl plau . to iho? thai
? 1 ii. action had been on mi Inll latlvi ii
. ..: .m Mr. Hh? Idon's, and In 1 h? n? si
to trj in i"-.'. >"ii" ' ontradlctlon
1 i-tw.'.-t! Mi. Sheldon and myself. II was
loi tii. r< aaon, that, .1 Th? fiv? nlng
.; . 11 admit . 1 explicltl) stated that
1 had '" say, I hal i- ins mem?
Hi- evenl . -._' 1 intlallj 01 ?
tlall with whal Mr ?Sheldon had said, si?
gh "The 1 '??? nlng Post' Is carel .1 "?
thl word 11b tantlally," ?? ' 1"
.4 hi? ?il rs sn il to pul In.
if "I'll. p.iM had 1? en cont? ni !" tell
- *- ? 111 > and Mil,; I I |H ."Ii,' ? " '.it I - i''1
v. nil,.1,1 ,, .-it-.- the fall eliood I ha? :
II ..dl.li'd Ml. Sh? Id"'), I hell 111' n
. r, .. ... ,1 ,,; ins? nlng mj ? spli?
,, ni that es ?? m i.ill-- mj stat? m< m
Bui Ii ??
, fa m oui t" "m'' t!ii- -'..t' ment and ? l
ml? ?:.?'.,' adlin? *
h hi' h ? . th? linpi.mu thai 1 ' ..,!
, <*', Mi, Kheldoi ..1 fais? hood n-? i?
..... 1 ? . ? ?? m' ni h 1.11 "Th<
I ?.??in'.- posl published was a?- follows
"Mr. Sheldon naked me why the truth
had not been stated and very klndl
?i! irrrrd -o make ?he statement. I told
I ? I nueb appreciated his COUrttSSy and
??.nil?) be eiad to have him do to."
Mr. n?>oHe\-elt then goes on to say thai in
.1 tatemen! he expll? Itly et
forth that ihe Initiative m making x\\e
? public ' tme from Mr She!
1 don. He contln
Mr. riii' idon in his Inter? lew si
.i 1 in. 1 i of mine v. as ??? "1 "? ?
dded a hat wai also absolut? ly
COrre. ? ' It hl '.ad ..!(ered BH
t.. publication In Oui
.K. and that I had then naked him ,r'
publish h m tin press Instead.
Mr. Sheldon ?'-I'd it;-? exact fact I ?'
our metnorlet wer m igreetnent as to the
- tiiui In ' I'd-.a poring to oh 1.
? ?' " . n* t .i- f had "Otiti
Sh? Idon, or, m Its on n plira t ?log: ha 1
.1 , .1.,' "Thi I'" '
of wlial n .?.t ti" Unie
to i" deliberate and wilful untruth.
!!* || ?ad in;:.]. . tlOn H
?A'OUId In?" K..01I uniie. ct-wur?. ???>- it .
quoted my statemei 1 that mj memorj at to
the facts n**r^<?,i (substantially! with Mr.
Sheldon'i statemi ni
Mi.t it tu? an unpardonable pie
n oral obliquity o"i ?ht pari "t "The leveli?
ng I 'o ' ?? nd, I am soi r?. to 1 s), ?
,, icristlc pi? ? of moral obliquity, 10 sup
prcss 1 ; Btatemenl In order to rork do*
? ?n snd to treat' the ?"-!i- f by Its on n
statemonta und headlines that thert u.i.- an
Mi'. Si ' I?OI 1 ?
in?? If
No language can ht ion iron** In 'ir
? ng t-ucn si ' this of "The > ? ??"
ing Post t. ' in? !?? 1 " thai the q
?| he i.i.i" 1 ? now plvea 1
? ?at Ion are nol .*? rbally accui it*\ .no
? mer? Ij ih? repoi ter'g m morj.
une th? n "id
? Mr Sheldon, h 11 th? \\..rd "s
iah l attach not the llghti ! Impor
tam e in the ? I Unction, as. of nom
or publicstion.
"1 ne Evenl -- 1 0 I laoi night. Ii
I ly m Mr. K". aid:
"Tb' 1.. ? ng Posl will 1 "t band
with Mr i ? -i what Is
...
a hal it s? 1 forth at I? ngth y est er ? ?
is un irnti' in ; that It "sup
? ?." .ir "oii'i,t. .1' 1 - Ingle s01 .?
statement which he dictai A to 1
All it ? .ris" d 11 m I'linii-ii it ?il i
h a Ithout ? liable.
?
LINE UP AGAINST CODE
Organizations to Carry Fight to
Mayor if Aldermen Pass It.
Ani?n**' th? ? Izatlona 1 ha? ? 1 ?
lining up it- ? ? ? ipi ..n
the part Of II..'I t" jam
: 1 rough the Hoard i.f Alder
to-morrow are the Allied Concret? In?
to and 1 1 t tht
American Institute "f Archltecta If tbe
? 'id.. as sprung II3 ..n Tu4 tday, i-;
i at the special meeting to-morrow
? hey w ill ask M 1 to give a hear?
ing and at (bal lime urg? him i" veto tbe
"railroad? d'
The architect? are Interest? 1 In 1 pro
ode that is beh
? "mini:!. ? ? lint? -i son '
sgo i" n."?ii Presldsnl McAneny.
? ' 1 ball man "'.'
? 1 ? ? ? ? ? .1 that th?
port would n..; 1 ? ire Fehluary,
? ? would 1 wt 11 i" wall f..- n b? fore
tal Ing an) acti.n revision of the cole
Il m dei ? ? id? of the
? mi cvmmlttei will permit >f an?
? ? ? , ?
teat and ? I? for frcquenl r?
Tt will pi ? ? ".? e of ? ?"?)? n
shingles on sn building In I hi city, ?di
ipant.s of build
? from the -i.... v hei ? Ih?
idjoioing
great office
. 1 ? ' ? 1 ' I .
pi "i??? ed ? od i.iji n.inr ?... ? ?,, i?
Md' r n..? n K< nn? n ?.
"'? original, dl
? up ? ? ind I ? Hall .iii da: The
? d ? od? a di 1 ' !? k.'. d m ?ti,. 1 ?
' ' .1 ar.
?"I * HI 1 a* - Jusl il oui iv.Mii; .foui
"?? ,r- HI g Ill? ht n 1 i ,.
? _
ENDS DEJECTION WITH SHOT
Wife Hears Report and Finds
Body in Bathtub.
' ' continued ill
hi all h over th? recent d?*ath "i a
'? - in old,
In th? mllll , ., fj0?
.. ? Eighth av< 1
mornini in hi i| .nil..-1,1 _|
ting Lui,-, n
. h Ih? head srith an old
n.- h. srd thi -1 "i ..i d round th
of hei and In tl
Am? nd ? all?d 1., 1 ,, ,|, M, ?,
Knoa i' .?"...? Ireet, wh?
1 . run;-- \ii ( . ?SraJ
1 ? Knowl? oned to 1
? ' ' ' 1 : ' ,i,.i
n . 1 orom 1 stl II? ?!
?? '??? I ' ? all? . .,; tb? W - 1
It ? ' ' ' ' , if ih?
? iron? 1 ii?1 Mi
? ?
c:_l moul
ORGES AU VACCINAI
Lcderle Points to Prevalence o?
Smallpox Elsewhere.
WOULD TAKE NO CHANCES
Only Fifteen Mild Cases in
Greater City During the
Present Year.
Bmallpos being niete than usuall] prev?
alen! It) many part? ol the United Btatea,
Health Commissioner leerle advised roa
terday nil residents of tins trlty who hod
not toen ??K'.'lnate.l re, . ntly to gubmll to
it .it niiiv. The Health Co?mmlssloner haa
followed his own advic.. in the matter, bar?
ini; been vaccinated earlier In the
He ???id that dutiag the r*pldemk In ItO?
to WOt viK'.iii.it'-d nearly e? cry vvc '. f.
S iiiontli or more
"With th- extensive and intim?t-' rela?
tions which Next York ?it? has with all
par!, of tlie United State?,'- ?-. t i ? 1 l'"lliniif
aksaor f>derlo, "it ??- praclfcally lmpc?Balble
to avoid the ociasional introdu? tion of the
o.aaa Into Die etty. And ?vlth an la?
creased prevalestee "f the disease auch as
now obtains In other partt ?.f the country
this introduction is extranely liable t" oc?
cur "
There have been fifteen cases In th?
greater dty during the present year- Ptve
of these have only rcciii.? developed in
our family in Moepeth, in the Bor*>ufb of
?.. --?n-, N'.. s-iondary cages, bow?Bver, have
n tlii? ?listrl? t.
Pour ?.?sis bave develofxed In ?rnoki? n.
tWO ?'ithln the last ten ?lays. lor the
whole year so fai there bava i?c<>n five
cases In Manhattan. Nearly all th?
bave been amont; Italian.-.
.-in..- January 1 Itll, 103,044 persons
' ? . oeen vaccin,,t..i Ofthai number 84,
nk place tin?- month, since tl,. .--it
break I?? r? P? n thou and ol tl ? e were In
Bi ooklj n.
According t-? the report of the surgeon
general <<r the United State Public Health
and Marin. HoepHal Service, Commiselonei
Lederla said, ? nj ' l-i -?a !? - of considerable si/??
have beep reported from a number ol larg?
ritlea ?n the last ixxo reat ?.mong them
me n.iffalo, which had s r*onslderable num?
-.--? nf cases In M.? and Jun? of the present
tccordlng to thr rt?paHinent of Health
? i . .o?? n t hat ..n eptd? mtc nf
?malinos may be ? ape? l< d In thli
??.cry t-1. rears Th? beginning of th?
epidemic wa? in if">i-'?..'. There were more
than a thou land cases In I to ! In thai
v.?:ir ,',.'?."..'? ? i l-.-i -..i- ??. i ? vaccinated
".m and 10,624 m Th? Bronx.
There ??ere fo'.rt.i?ti.i ama!
?he creater city In 1910, tor <n If 61 and
| etciit m i. i ?. sreateat number of
- ? lu mi; in i pid? ?ni,- -.f the dli -
., -,.. h? n there were 1,397.
ft I ilnl ?,..'' ? ? ? Urn? Is ripe foi
? ou!break, and recentl? ?
Estimate ?-.as informe.| so by tht Depart?
ment of Health m its r?*<f|uesl foi ;'
fui a larger ? ??? dnation qua?!,
? ommistrioner Lederl? says It ! easj to
deal with ttos? person born sad b
up in the city, for a certificat? ,,f vaccina?
tion t,as long been required of school chil?
dren.
??The dlflli till -!?! ?i ? He ,'". ? ' ?
tnt*?ione-t. "?.n--- m dealing with adult
coming into the dty from othei part? ol
luntn or from foreign t*ountrl?e? where
ilsory ?. aorlnatlon La nol ? nfdr????-!."
n-.n.i.? ?? si.- i?'*. lasetr? ? M me
number of smallpox - ?. In the late i
-?.?ti.- the state Department of Health ha
?ken un in?. . -Ir.'atlnii -,f the ,)??
wherc n i? no-i marked. [1 wa -aid at
th? i... , department office? ? ?? that
one iea:-oii for the spread of th?
In the faulty li ola! Ion of cas? In n
number of Instan?r ,
Vaccinaton of th, department an offer?
ing thctr ?ei ices to Inmates ?>f lo
? It) a? llie |.pi., nt tune.
. ??. ha?-? .?
ope.i m this city, Commissioner Led? rl?
vere ol ?? mild form.
FILTHY LUCRE DANGEROUS
: Baltimore Clearing House Heads
Movement for Clean Money.
Bait! cor?. I'- J" - if,,, ,.,| , f tl . ) ??
I more Cleaiina Hous? ar> preparing a letter
i \.?.i-ii xsiii be sent ??> clearing
throughout the country requesting t?
' opei,?tIon in an ? fforl lo ?real
for - lean pap? r mota ? The latt? i ?? III
point t?? the fact thai
all d< nomlnati.
Ished owing to curtailment of th? appro
i atlon t.. prlnl th? m, ..n-l thai b?,
? -? u.?e man) <.f th? not? In circula
tion i ave ht ? om< tilth) and s m? ?
health.
'iii. -rug?gestlon ??n i
let!
the chairmen nt the Kin.nu.mml!
of the two houses ol Congres urging thai
the full appropriations asked for th
reau i-i Engraving and Printing be g**ant**d.
? a'il to i
? i to brl*ag the m itter to th? atteni
. ii> ?it.? and ha? ? tli?-i.ait ,? -? tl.- n
eatatlvea In i 'ongresa on l b<
DIVORCE SUIT FEES AWARDED
Justli ? Pot i sward? -i si loi cou a i i-.
to Mrs Ora? a M K? ? 1er rest? rd
ill for dlvorci again |
husband David n Koefer 'in- defei,<Jani
attorney of tl : Atlanta
where h? : siso Int? ?? sted In th? ?;? ora
Rallwa) and Electri. i ompan* i;
II - - Int? reata Mi K< ? f- ? said thai
i.n- hand has a profitable bi >.i i i
nid t liai h< has prop? rti . a? .. ,i ai
p ?,00a.
MARINE INTELLIGFNCK
MINI? rji ? i.?t ? \ t,
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Stern Brothers
For i limited period will accept orders fot
! STREET, DINNER AND EVENING GOWNS,
TAILOR-MADE SUITS
for present and Early Spring Wear
At Specially Reduced Prices
Gowns, copies of the latest models, from *85.00 upwards
T.ul-.r-ni.Ml,' Suits, m'.lir newest fabrics, - <H>.50 ?pwaidi
Special fac?ities this season for making to order
Riding Habits, of the mosl desirable materials,
including Linens for Southern Wear, from 533.50 I pward
, ? c i Third Floor, Neu Building
Dressmaking Salons ' """ _.
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West 23d and 22d Streets
AMUSEMENTS.
AMUSEMENTS.
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ETHEL BARRYMORE
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NAZIMOVA
THE MARIONETTES
CRITERION
LAST 4 TlM?Sa
PASSERS-BY
Opeaa See Yeat'a Mciii
JAMES K. HACKETT
HUDSON ,.5M
HELEN WARE
HARKIS
ROSE STAHL
PARK
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GAIETY
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LIBERTY * ,v. ??:?
DUSTIN & WILLIAM FARHUM
USI4 1IMIS THE LITTLEST REBEL
\i\l MONDAT M?.HT. Beau a?a
MODEST SUZANNE T;5-?.T
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KITTY GORDON
THE ENCHANTRESS
"MKHT IN HI? V K - M orM
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BEATRICE
HERFORD
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THE THREE KoMEOS
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?tf-?? EAMES-GOGORZ?
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The Wedding Trip
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p one 411 Colw
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BIU -i.V. \H -I'M ENTr"!*.TAINMRNT
"VERA VIOLETTA"
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SOUVENIRS
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Olula (Auat) V?**ni?*e; Colon, Crlttobal
4 Hatta, Baltimore,
STEAMERS AT FOREIGN PORTS.
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I )o von like t ht- i ?chues?? of
solid-linen custom-made collaiil
8.000 such collars from ,mr
regular stock go on sale at half
price.
The smartest custom sha*)****.
Poke; wing; high, nudm
and low double fokU.
So heavy and fine thai tliev
should make more trips to ti
laundry than most collars.
All si/es. i:i* -_. to is.
40c. regularly.
20C. to-da\.
Collars ares't al!!
980 white dress shirt*?, fuft'l
attached.
Karl ?S. Wilson and "Star"
makes.
(2.00 regularly.
8.k\ now.
Still more white bargains!
718 white dress ties with ?J
ii i ornions tab for hut ti ming t*|
collar.
Were 35c. and 50c. each.
'2 for 2.5c. now.
Everything for tiir cold v,avt|
that's coming!
Ulsters.
Fur coats at reduced prices.
ROGEU PEET x*v ('om'any.
Three Broadway Stores
at at it
Warren St. 13th St 04th$*,
The
METROPOLITAN
As a dress shirt, every detai!
perfected.
The finest fabrics always
EARL ? WILSON
At leading Haberdashers
t " . ??*
AMUSEMENTS.
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CENTURY
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WALLACES *,,
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RAYMOND HITCHCOCK
THE RED WlOOf
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COHAN
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PHILHARMONIC
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ZIMBALIST
VICTOR HE RBtRT
KINEMACOLOR 2?g
CORONA I ION
COLONIAL 'V.'T "' '
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