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President Needs Only Few More
Delegates to Gain Renomi
nation on First Ballot.
OLD GRUDGES HURT CAUSE
Illinois and Pennsylvania F?c?
il Fights Aided Rcose
vtlfs Success, His
Opponents Bay
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BROiWBROTHl^
f'vS 8, BOYS'CLQTHINGHATS&F"JRKISHINGS
our other Suit may need a rest
er Sun from oui .- iisplays will no! 01
,;,. wardrob . bul will ??>?*-?,ak the moi
?dation with the Suit day
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prightl*, patt
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CALIFORNIA HEIRESS TO WED (KACK TENNIS PLAYER.
Miss fennie < rocker.
FACTS ABOUT CITY LIFE
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Men and Religion Movement to
Hear Manv Reports.
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SUFFRAGETTE ART EXHIBIT,
Woman's Political Union Takes
Novel Means of Helping Ca;
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MICHIGAN'S OLDEST V. ! DIES.
Head of Bahai Movement Says All
Shall Be Brothers Some Day.
SPIRITUAL CULTURE LAGS
lian Philosopher Dedans
Humanity Is Merged in Sea
of Materiality
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Sudden Request of Now Yorko*-,
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APE WEARS BATHROBE
Companion Gets Envious and
Fight Starts in Cage.
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WOMAN ACTIVE AT 104
Has Lived Under All the Presi?
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Te* v er '?'' fco School
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Engagement to Malcclm
Whitman, of This City.
3RIDE, AT 18. GOT $5.000,
Once Dropped ,125.000 F
Necklace Into Ocean and La
Lost Another One Val?
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Mr '."."hi"??
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Crocker made a ?-i.i.? bet with M
thai tii? Boston sportswoman i-n
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ANNA HELD SEEKS DIVORCE
Suit Filed Against Florenz Zip*?
fold. Jr., Report C
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ANNA HELD
OThn met tor i divorce fr *- ???.-ban..
renco 7. leg
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???pare an *-^w." ?? . rill tie reaoy
next ?reek.
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BABY RAFFLE STOPPED
Lakewood Authorities Object.
and Arrest May Follow.
[Bj Telmrrs
?Lake-wood, N. .].. a;-, ., T .ugh Lake
in* and h?alth giving .-irtrtia <->f |tj ;
sen | notoriety in
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Waiter Convicted of Theft Which
Made Furor at Lakewood.
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iMONEY
PLENTIFUL
MORTGAGE money is
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accepting all good ap?
plications without delay.
If you need money on
mortgage this is a good
time to borrow.
Title guarantee
AND TRUST C?
Icapltil . . $ 4,375,000
?Surplus nil earned. 10,625,000
? :?9 H'w_>. N. Y. 175 I r_B*_fl St., t _,/_,. ?
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PLOOf. FALLS IN M
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tacking paper over *h<* winde-.w hol-ss t_>
k-^epp the drafts off th? | -?atlon.
The priests took th^lr ?r ? - fur
*h?r end <->f the ch:;r??h under a big
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communicants and their (rienda .'.wdtid,
in after th<-m.
Th? Interior dimer.5 I I - -"hure!"?",
i.. go *..,_t, and tha big pile?
of loose lum>ber still lying on the fl.vir
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?' this Inmhor refit*! almost In the
?-er.'.r? of the room. It w<_a here that
the '?nllaps?- etarted.
?r Morgan was talking to a, emw^
whkh fack?-.J the pia--. ar.i overflDwed
out on the porch and down t _ the ra.t_f
- it little r''n.i:r_?i so_i__|
- ::xe<l him. .Vom'?n _<-rea_n?-_, and
immediately *ri?'r?? followed a ^indina*
?ra^h and pandemonium. Th* floor had!
:n iho mlddi^ Jet?
tina down first the hea\*y pile Of li_mb^
vhich had r?-et**d th?*re, th>*n those men
: who hAd pushed the_r way
to that point and thfth th.? re***, of the
wedged-In _ *e?Keth>?r w**.h tha
er at tho sides of the ?room.
Strugglmq Mass in Cellar.
Every object. In oth^r ???' rds. hi_ir.___
jr mut.rial, whlrh had rested on that
fl'>or slid down I th *.Ae<x of the
n cup on the .truggling mass be?
A teo fortunate lnd ? Mrs.
M. V. Hoffman, of Cloater, were able te
or r^truellng
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feet were
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ttons, for fear r might tall
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under ' tin of lumber and bu?
sings William _>ffers. the pest.
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.ers in ''e a Stil e
'hr'tiff ?if men who forgot their own
i In i-.t'inx the wounded out.
-ftoa Park and
i ?Sew York fnervhant,
,r\ remained i fr? o italda a_*d to
m th? ? - * -r. to
their ;-? ??:???; -" of
I towna at-.d all tha _?>"
M the En
v n reault, Prs.
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l.Aitman&C?fl.
HAVE IN STCCK AT MODERATE PRICES
CHOICE DRESS SILKS
SUCH AS CREPE DE CHINE. CREPE METEOR,
POMPADOUR CHIFFON-, CHINA SILKS AND
LIBERTY SATINS. ESPECIAIXY SUITABLE FOR
? iES' AND GIRLS' AFTERNOON AND EVENING
FROCKS.
Fttlll Arritur. 34fl| two 35tfc -Tfrrr??*. $tm VttrW.
Andrew Alexander]
Men's New Low Shoes
Tan or Black Calf,
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aaJ broad heel. C-j
li ?u-'?> Sesmas -'??*- "?i?
Slvtli Avenue Filth Avenue
.1 NiM-ptMnth RtfKfel .?^%t? Fni-tv fifth St

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