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(?SECT IN 11? CODE
Fear There May Be No Judges
for Circuit Courts of Appeals.
JURISTS ARE NOT ALARMED
Omission To Be Corrected When
Congress Convenes?A. H
Walkt. Writes to ?Judges.
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M Kri?l.?\ to pass up??n 11
?i? Th.T.- Waa an "t"*! hearlnK un
?li*- new Judiciary co?l<? bOfOTO him last
he -nid. whli-h had been ndjo'irn?d
ereefe la ardes that th? lav??'''?? mifcht
thnc te prepara briefs Bo intimated.
ver, that h?? did not think the ctrcutt
I lose theli n with
? <-ar.
MRS. GUINNESSES TABLEAUS
"Old Masters" Artistically Rep?
resented by Very Young Masters
I Tabk ins, ??ompnsed of ernwn
??id ?iris wiio heva already
! made their dehnt ?re rather ?lull and
ceepl fo.- theaa *ghe llgura
and deri? a amen?t of self
: eUef that
Oing r th*? most ad
Living ni.t
- rill chlldr?
ta ag owing to Um r< stleeai
i the i" their imceasctoual*" ar
?ly natural pooeg i ootraet?
artificial ?
' l?era.
Mis 8 ? v.:*!:.. BO, Whoa?
?? house In Washington Square North
na*_y original en
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ightei Tai
Christmas party in whleh living pictures
I children ooaatl
?a.-tion. Thon a is
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nard?
'Priant Blanc." All told. | twelve
of th? MMran
flguri
a Christmaa bree, ?ames and songa fol
??d la
? m ra W
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fri??n?is.
? ? lato
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ftb holder of'
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Ity In Wales !!? r t?.
b?ler, i
A'ilina
?i aunt .
Benjamin Oulnneoa is a distant
Lu i I .'v-af-h.
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N? s York
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DELLA FOX OUT OF DANGER
Actress Was Operated on for Appendi?
citis?Twice Near Death.
Dr Benjamin Wolfl _? west nth
. Misa Delia
t the K...
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Lgalnsl :
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known off the
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THEATRICAL NOTES.
? ih??rt announee that ihey
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aid De '
rAtatnfrt a? a *i-?rnian?'iit ornanizatiot? ?
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-- Ella a ?
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Kt sun material f
i non sak the 1 >yer of
erformanci
of the
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? illed M.
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prominent
rhen she spp? I 11
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WOMAN CONDUCTS FUNERAL
Holds Services for Actor Who Commit?
ted Suicide m New York.
I'?*?> ? M XI Th?.- fu?era : "f
wi.o naaamttttd
' va?-, k. ?aas held
, | ! ' . i- w--l'
Ira Antii-* P ha
al
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At noon ? ? body was ?"?- ?
pad by
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MUSE
"LUCIA DI LAMMERMOOI
Mme. Tetra23ini at the Me
politan Opera House.
There was ?orne o]d-fa?iilon<?<l old n
id music la got necessarily <.ld-1
I lone-11 and some old-fashioned ?.Ing?n?,
sctiiig bo quails'
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Luda di I.ammennoor" wa- the o|>era
In it Mme Tetraz/.inl made bor lehnt a
glided bous.- ia uppor Broatlwa] with
-:"l Florencio - ?
?a ho. like his famous con :
rne. t.-.l with Mr. Hanimerstein'i
? O, In \Ve,-t |4*th strept. Neither
to the New York public,
there ?a - .rant la their
nearance under the ( ircumstan.'es, ani
?wo of them are worthy of rec
? <ne was tiie i xti'iordinary attend
? tClUStVOly of the I
tees <>f ?-mg of th.- sM
"th. r t.'ie , ? ?.teal atf.' .
IT M-tiipoliian patr-.n? toward
artist of whom it has often been said
tha '..?cal -i
public Mme Tl tra.-.'ini ?a
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iiffer-.I.t -t.:
- th?- art of s
i in N'?w Y
I n?t untii a! ?
..en a
ami though she saag her part v.-ry a-i
-Te',It for IM the 111'
andft!.- Mme. "
razzii?.
her \oiie ? unhappily in ?
entran-e airi, cannot ?ing a -
much ? "inii? si
ing that ha ; over and S
again ? - sai-t m i
said in mournful on; in praia?
lief . ommaa I of a toe, Is au*prt
in pri
of the fine texture of her upper t-?ne?,
th'' infantile . -
: rustic?
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abuse-!.
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it lea t i ??--it; > -.;??
though he has sung wfl
larger effect thai s ght. '
f tha real | ry that ak?
aro'in-i
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challenged by ever] pi ? i ana of i
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Ion to all the tat
Karat ? ?
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but tha' '
kind. to th!
.?inging, to learn a f
-aizini, havl
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"MESSIAH" AT CARNEGIE HALL.
t of lu
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The ??nglni.' ? '
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resonsnt <
cisi?n in attack T
Ploren' ?? Htokl?
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'iiff'ird Cairna, basa Misa Hlnkl?
i ' .n the
music iru.ugh the r.-itieta ga. .
f ti.-ni
i RUSSIAN BALLET PERFORMANCES
? -?.n?; to tha pr-pui??! latarsei it
Mi M'-i-.k.,. nod theii
I a special m??ln" i -rf-.rniai., ? at
' ?.r?e-a will b.? given at the Metr-,; ,
?Opera Hous. t,v tha Russian b?r,
I morrow afternoon, and anotr.
; |-?i e perfof B , ' ' i Veiling 'i?he
..n ,Un, era will
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DR. MAYO STILL BETTER
It i ? i Preeb***lerlaa H
i .?t iiixiit t kal i u ? har?as Harm ? .i?
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...; to Improv? ?.Mel ,n ?,,
s,,tunta y fee ga as i hi? h rollo ?
i fea a Us?t I
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i umliii t.lilv and u .,? doing %. Wall U
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fT0 HONOR ROBERT C. OGDEN
Sphinx Club Will Give Dinner as
Tribute.
The Sphinx ?'luti of N?w York will glvo
a dtaaer foi Kg? ert Curtis Orgdea. one of ;
Its members, on Monday, .lanuarv ?. at !
the Waldorf. The dinner will he held in
the gran?! ballroom. AH reservations
.should he sont to R. f R Hag! -
arar, Pfd ltd Rroadw.iy
Th? ?linner irnnoi.neements s??nt oat by
?he Sphinx ?Muh . hararteri'.e ?he aff.iir 1-4
a ttaaev of liomir to an honored and ?lie
tlagOlahed m<?ml?er, Robert ?*urtin i >_den,
I.I.. I?, who was resident member <)f the
firm of John Wanamaker. New Vork. dur?
ing the aaoeeaeM ergeaiaeelen and aevel? ?
?ipment of the business of that mncem, al I
Dread way and loth street."
It Is announce??! that th- dinner has two
chief - a first of whir-h is to pay
tribute to Mr. ?tgden for tne humanitarian
ami eflneattoaal work arbieh he has .. -
? I and. secondly, to pay t?
to iiim for bis successful achl?wemeats in
the flel'ls of rommTi- find B?lv??rtlsin8;.
I the aim o| the Sphinx Club _nd
bari C Ogdea ?linner committee to
bring together at this dinner all ?M
friends of Mr Ogdea Whe wish to honor)
him It la aaIIatlted thai the affair wi'.l '
? ? <i<*d.
UNIONS AND THE OPEN SHOP"
Plea for Laws to Prevent Discrimina?
tion Against Non-Union Mea.
WritmK 11 the <";rr.-nt insue of "The
ft marinan Review" on
Walter Go-rdon Merrltt, plea.is f..r
in all -tat.?? that will f ? I
comblnati??*? on thfl jar' of at
employai a or employes, to
User . daat a man on the -?
'lot ? pa '?
untoa."
Mr. " - ? *
union ?al"
htrcta as a form of ?
at d? r.-iiii-H ;,n?i eeagcioa and its un
.: IS H"
In practlcaUy n<? la -
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ours.
lions and
... nt whh'h it. la ri_ht i
and 1 -ii?? ?rorke-ra should riph*
test
to use the union U?
-inst the
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Th> the American Kedera
:..-. ol vbich iboui
I .?JOB, a:;.' | . .'.
? ay time I'limmiiinl I
. un sed fonce of all labor n nions
'- all labor niions j?; a st.r
r han
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shop employ*:. W|*h aa??nts In every trade
untn -n?i local federattona
of all tra I al theii
. agents goli e from
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^'raph the information to
?-.--.. itgnment we
? phenomenon hl-h'-rto unknown In
? ? ? ites, with
ighoul our entire
t n the utter 1m
sping from the ,.h.s.-r
? movement
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.nd -ria n : pu la te.l to ?llmi
ier from Ind i
-m .
.*?... r'.Ve u;.Y
?"??n by
Broth
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trade or-finisstton In
? | States It ha
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come
The ma
vho might
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which they
ting
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m workers?laws that
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CONFIRMS SON S ENGAGEMENT
Eben D. Jordan Says Robert Will Wed
Jane Laurel Malcolm.
I
om'i Robert
M
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Ma ?tat o*ho I
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"?'?itii .lohn Drew
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vas with B il Bol
.- woman la fv*mta .
kite's ?
WEDDINGS.
noranca Ba ku* s
a* th" honM Of bor parents, m
M Bguire, N M rUncttek ?
d the
'?'? ? ? tho
f.ons ? ? vinn folloerlng arera
rifle wag
d honor, Roger Kelson
a maid ? m ma. Kra
-?"-nir Ml -
t..n Kipp H?ipr?.?-h. v
?on "f boa ,
The bei t man a r G D?, of Man
- i ? arere i t
M?rrima.-., of Detroit
ark ??
Mr .?nd Mrs Merrlman
will mak'1 their homo Memphis.
eaaghtar 11 Mi
Kox, **as Baarrled last eeealng ,?t Del
monlei I I '?" ?"? Heinlaal, see of Mr
sr-p:? Hon.thai The ceremony
? mat..
of th? T?-mpie Kmanu-KI Mr and Mrs
Horni s -t"?nd their ho: ? ymooa In
! the South
? ? -?air. N I . L'e, _?: ..Sr*-. .... -M.-n
Li"i.?n Mart? < shlll a~.d William Avaj
M-rten?. both of this town- wera married
to-day ii. the Church of the ImmaumMfa
ntiOl ? - Rev. William A Brothers
ofhclallng The rn_id of honor wa.s M.,*
Aanes Laura CahUl, a t_t--r of ?
e-t man ?as Alh?rt Wig ...
Ham York City
B. " M. s May
daughter "f Mi aad Mrs
? Ihartea Wergin ??a . ?
VaagOi tad ?"? a
a..
...j ?.. ^ in tu- booth ?
i - 'Imp h TI ?
i d i.y th>- l?'"- ?l irol? h
. t F Randolph T I
t Ha el .?:
\ in ? ?, lobet last, but
i-n.ii the trip until uft-r to nl.hl a ?A--.J
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DANGER OF MONEY POIS
Samuel Untermyer Deplores
Concentration in This City.
DOZEN MEN IN CONTROL
Tells Finance Forum His Criti?
cism Is Directed at System
That Makes Such Results
Possible.
The concentration of tha mon'? poneet of
"iintrv In the hands of a dozen Intfl?
Ihrtragh an onr?
?? of the funds tn'rus nank?
in** institutions by them .
of th I the
nation and one of tha Dril
powth oi truata Tkla was Ik?
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Untermyer al the r ? ?- the
Ftrang Mai -, A ?
tlon la.st night.
He Bald BO "rr in the sense Of
t1. word ' ?
? . i was
m ami ??en denned "??otr.munity of in?
terest .mi ?ontlaratandlng a*aong the men
and xx . fa ar the fort
DB?BS . rough th-'ir COI I
funds helongin.? e. He
added that he had m
against
: With ex
aa! .tiistic?
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??n-'d to lavad 1 -l oil?
y xv 11 h un ?? powi r
the me!
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through banka knoxn aa
Mr I ..?y no
competition m '! - the small?
er hanks ware glad gnn
intia
of the
large hank ras ?.r and
patronage
that it was not fot roan
? ven dire.-tor?? :n the 'mar
? aliad Mr I'ntarmy? :
Then .- on of
the mone) power Ii the laal "? a
through the control a
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da! Inatitut
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1 It la .?aid tha! hank
. Y,m
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of the - - .
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to Mew fork muai
** ?ted, to m.inv hundr
--1 the
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? dozen men in the cit?, of New '
i an prs
t of 1
ita of the r??anles
and b j-, ,
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in try
N'-. fault I be found rnoat
men or' their own
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they use '-n!y their ?wn ? ?- | .
.ip th? - ?urces
f the i mee
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? n?, n
, ?ms?>,?*?*4m etm nutiur wlui ttthv nave Wen
srell i hey n
'. I men In private
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Mr i'ntermyer also said the as
kt controlled I ted ?he
? ? ?ntn
i lid he
pUt LI'
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FARLEY GIVES BANQUET
Cardinal Toasts Pope at Fare?
well Dinner in Rome.
nner in t; ent of
t. e Hotel Ighi ? 'ovar a re
and Oupai I
| Vari
I the
''.igs.
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? n hta whole
dinal 11 for hi:' *"''
e gran?
tug honor?? for ,; rg of Hew
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illy aaaoun? ? ? n
: lea.
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age
rnmgl
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iMoOSlgBOl ? ird-, "f I
... gephew i ?
. ,n caran , nth- Aaa
??"oiiege. wtaara Mtmalgn'T I F K-nnedy.
tnr teetet and .ma
; heartv larawall
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?arrived here from Home ?-?re..!.?x aftar
pan 1 a ?rtgll *'? JoeSpb f
Arckblakop of Ha moming Car?
dlaal 0'Ct*a*}*e*l brougbi to ?'"*r?iii. ?i I
? n?, -if
i . p a " se.- him ah u'i? aa
tha N< ? sm Is
. un Of the Ktlg
itin.li i ?(.. . ( Car?
? din.?! ?.'?'onn.-n In |
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Th.- Car?
dinal pi-o,e..,i,.,i tj ni-tu
this afternoon. ?
OBITUARY.
THE REV. B. E. DICKHOUT.
Th? Rev. Benjamin K Dl'khout. ?
of <|... ? ..m Church, Jat:
died ye-ter?lay at his horn?. No 25 Cllatoa
a from which he had
been a ra_tO(-Wff f"r the la*t ttv weeks, was ?
ti"- au?.? at his ileath.
Bon In Brooklyn In till tha Rev Mr
Dickhoul received his early adocatlon a?
the Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute sad al i
RutRers Collega, friMB which he was _ridu
*..,?, |, ...n na ente-.-ii New Bruna? ?
wick Theologtcal Boantaary '?nd was gradtt*
ated from there hi Uli Hd was ?.r-lained
in the -am- year and shortly aft
took up mission work in New York
Then ba baeaaoa aaetor of a ebur
l-i.?hkill-"n-'h<' ll'i'lsor. leaaalnlng thai
all?'! to Soii'i:
Brooklyn His next call was to th?> First
? Church, where he re- ?
niatn-'d until two peen agio, Whan he wen?
to Jamaica. Ha arlfe and l
.'?.-rs.
CHARLES COPELAND BARRY.
Boat
rose, his home, to Boston on a train t
I Barn > a .-? ?
business man. fell dead from heart disease.
Mr Barry wBa tr.-asurer of th.? :
- the Metros- Be alaga
N iwt ?n Theol
Institution, vice ?raaidlnt of the Arr.erloan
it Horn?- Mission Society of (few
'?:? ik. . - d ce-riespondtng j ?f the
? .atlon.
CAPTAIN C. PALMER.
I
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and Boat >n Mining Company, atnl one of
th? boat known minina mea hi America
Atlantic ? 11
Kram .- aro i natala Pahnev ?ame
to Hufe in UM from the maSi -
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MRS. PAUL DAHLGREN.
Newport. . The bursting <>f a
i y re?
sulted
rd Marg l)anigv*n. j
? of Paul . . s ,.? tha turn
was a consul geoetral t?> Italy.
Dahlgrfe and I
. "??n. after apemlina tl ?
. ? ot the auaaaaer away from
?
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??t. Mr- Dahlgrdn'a beeltb was
? eeaghtes of tho j
' UUam F. Morgan, ami ha I
the summer colony
ALEXANDER SHALER.
.! eafly this morning j
from ianrmitiea ?lue t- go
I Ida Drive. He area born at |
<m March IS
waa tha son of 1rs and Jerusha tArnold?
Bralnerd
it the
red his father's ?tone I
In ISIS lie joined the \V u
-rgeant In
Place
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. and
r, in Julj
. trebly
rartoua time? a
m>-mi' r ird of Su| erviaors
Presiden i
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N .1 H? waa a member of
ties. A wife and four
y.
OBITUARY NOTES.
?
day i: iftor a br
Mr H
,*-/__ born >o Bars toss ? .-nt* a_.d v._- -
(it Union Cul ?es- and tue otate
Normal College He was once an ofl*
the New York Stat? Kos- tal il
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In Ne? York Cil
le leaves o; '
mi BNKIOHT, a
re, ot
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years
JAMES MARTIN', superintendent for the
Pulla i nth of
New
River, ?Iphta,
\! M U*1
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Pull.i
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JOHN CLOUGHEN DIES
Was Borough President for Three Days
After Removal of Ahearn.
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Mr | ?:?'? In Tam
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t In 1
arhen i Th?imp
one time a men-' ? ? ?
- i- idar, and chairman
of th? teral Con
ited "f two? iv. leven m-m
' - - ? " 1 I Tilden. \
B. HewU rard sc and Ma
. eat I ' ??as
: He came to
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Mr
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The
eld t.,-morrow
Rev G v Wenner,
of i ?
SYNOD HALL FUND PLEDGED
Morgan Said To Be Giver of
Larger Part of $300.000.
It eas ?) sating
?
Rev
a. of a
? a tho aea
If I thai work
will !.. ? pon It immediately, at tho
: m ?v? nu ' and i*a
akes a tot?
luted f"r new b
.ithedral grooad I Vptll
' '-r part of the *Ki">.
? Ii s 4,d. '.'
: trgan. The ha
BKBdate the Kp <
.- .. a '' . Is to he held
11.-101.. Ml Mi i -*?? l '?:?
mmltteo oa location ?it thla eoavea
: sime yeara has besa trying le
I ? t.. New York Y\ . . | id 'hat New
York !iad no suitable building fer H lie
l- uni! te have replied there would ba -
a building if the ron\enti.?n aaaM 1er.
Aaaaag 'he other str..ctures to ?e started
as soon as plan? for them are ready ar
oir s-hool. to ?.oat ILM.egd a Potter
chapel. Ill. -i Kaa Ingtaa chaget, UM,
?ga P.ee- ? nal . hapa!.
WHAT IS GOING ON TO-DAY.
v ? ?? KvaOeai ,.
Saturai H ... >iu.
vrt
Poet
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trag t
lot* Of Ihe ?
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A-toi. | -*. o_
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CONTESTS AUNT'S WILL
Codicils Cut Miss A. P. Payne's
Legacy of $20,000 in Two.
M -, ? e n?
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of one of t, rrv (-..II Its mad.- l.v ?r
MTB Par,- ?'? '?-?"i. ?
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MRS. R. H. THOMPSON LOSES
Court Sets Aside Verdict That
Husband'? Will Was a Fraud.
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ROCKEFELLER SENDS A CHECK
Regrets Absence from Christmas Tre*
in Tarrytown Baptist Church.
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LEAVES $^.000 TO CHARITY.
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