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Disagreement Worst They Can!
Get, Says "Gyp," Declaring
Story Honest Truth.
COUNSEL HARD AT WORK
Judge W?hle Tells Where He
Thinks State Failed, and
Considers Mrs. Kydd Best
Witness for Defence.
While ?he prosecution pi*Of?MB*M cotifl
? . ? ol nurd? r In the first
Will l> r i r. ? .1 by the Jury
men to-morrow after?
noon, ""Gyp" the Blood, "Lefty*" L
"WhltBjr** Loarla and "Dago" Krank bib
plan v c.lfhration Tin rada*.
b ?ill their, lri? n.ls Will be
And '1 ?ago" ' billa* doux
? note pa.pt r to bit iwoot?
Joan ??onion, on the (ii*. ?lope of
h ha pencilled' "I'll be with you
Tuesday afterno n. si.r? 1\. ?l<nr. I
?"Yts," VBJd "<.yp" OUUrld. Ids cell t?>
????.nie newapaper m?m yeterday after?
i?">?>n. "wo'te j.< inf. to have one of the
Uggeat I low out?. (i?r after our acquit?
"And thru?. What it Will If," added
?iy" Louie, ?ho had *ru**t baen _**o*_clrt
<1<>\vn frou his (til en the e_fhth ti?r of
tin- TombSi i\m? Uera abov< 'No," paU
''!.( *??. " a?re CBB't t;?lk about our
W can't talk ju.-t i Ing a.
Disagreement at Worst, Says "Gyp."
Y. ?.'' a tM ' '"?' P ' "tr.at's I
w . ?i like to tall *.?".i ...i we know, I m
can *ak<- it from us that the etory
we told en the Mi?nd was the *
truth V? It, it can only be
? t "
a ttmry lay ooneernlng
'.??>" the Blood and "I.'fty '
made on lw? othoi priaon? rs OB ThufB
in the Tornas. It f-1 -:
?? u n men ?
'(?>?;, and '?Lefty*' had prannla-d to t-e
ir ..m! t- stify to hav?
ing I d cor?
rido! - ? that
id help theli case. But they "Kot cold
f.'.-t." and und "Lefty" met
"IS m. MW(
WH lyp" and "L.' i*?y" made a
??n?! i o a*e ? n guard in the h ir
i?<?>? - t by ?.rubblnK
the two -
While th? ? ndlng the
? . irking
hard ? ,.?i! k before th
Pan! Build] .'no(*
rapb? ? that th?
I t ,
the jury. Judge W?hle q
?mine In Pelham preparing a tk?
of th? be will ask
This and win
rot ' ? . until late this evening. It
I ?? . " .in?.'* of the Base as the de
ton of the
trial's Mg m the proeeeutlon i
? ?.f ,?? a a 111 be Bubmltted to the
While we've made much of
the more striking of our new
Such as the Shetlandi with
Scotch plaid hacks?
We haven't forgotten the
more dignified kind.
The "regular" overcoats of
dark oxford and black with
From substantial friezes at]
$18 and $20 to silk-lined im?
ported Erfontagnacs at $75,
we*re well e [-tipped.
Were '?ou motoring yester?
Then you noticed any
number of ladies wearing our
We appreciate the compli?
ment and are glad we've such
quantities of these smart,
roomy garments now so pop
ular for hoth "the world and
For tin* Horse Show?
Evening clothes at a mo*
Carriage liveries; motor
I.OGKRS PKET COMPANY,
Three Broadway Stores
at ft _t
Warren St. 13th St. 34th St j
court by Assistant District Attc
Judge W?hle will take three hour:
liis summing up. In an Interview w!
reporter for The Tribuno yesterday J
W?hle said he did not see how the
ss it -rtood eosM reeoM lu anything
an acquittal for all his clients.
Saya Identification Failed.
"The stat.-'K chief sIlBSSB. 'Jack' I
told a Btory that was proved fais?
cross-examination, " said Judge Wl
"Ths aest *;:?-' card of the state wai
Identification witnesses. There
three, Lubari, Stanish and Krcse.
Brat two ?.i- proved by dlsinter?'*-t?-.l
n9BS98 to have been far from the s
Of the .shooting, and the third, Krese
his own story In the coroner's c<
reached the ?scene of the nhooting
minutes after it happened.
"My clients did not know ROSSBtl
continued Judge W?hle, "and only a
or men who knew him would be sele
to shoot him. "Lefty.' 'Gyp' and Wh
Wera thete merely as stalls for V8
and Weber, who actually did the sh
Judge W?hle In his summing up
also tell the Jury that Rose's story
not been corroborated by any one, but
?tatS Wfll Isstsl that it was corrohon
; by Valles, Weber and lebes-ps, As
Bhsplro, caeuflssr <>f Un '*mivasr <
Judge Wahl* belisrsa his early statess
to Deputy Commissioner Dougherty
H. T. Marshall, counsel to Jacob
Reich, rUscrstUta his identification of
! fuur gunmen.
In answer to questions Judge Wl
Said h.- thought Mrs, Mary Kllcn K>
I the aged newspaper vender, despite
attacks on her credibility by Assist
District Attorney Moss, was the defen
Dlatrlcl Attorney Whltmnn. when 1
what Judge W?hle had said, smiled i
i.t teed to make any comment.
Mrs. Kydd Develops Story.
Rut Mrs. Kydd was not so reth > Bt ?
I turned up yesterday, garrulous as ?-\
i w ith a mor.- elaborate version of
Hag than she told on the stand. Al
i' was more pl.turcsMue and partly
f the one told on the stun?
' It was a warm night," said Mrs. Ky
"and I was standing opposite the sec?
? trsn ?? <>f ' 'oban'a Th? atra t
Inj to >. .1 aOBM chew nig gum, having s
out all my pspers I saw the four of th
? and Va!'..n and Sch.-pps a
Weber. And I tiled to sell them so
cbewlni gum. i th.n went down towi
Pausing : i breath i he continued:
0 t! e BOttth side Of -F?! stre.-t,
. or? adwej. when i i.? ar i pis
abi t- ? ad ' saw Weber and Vail ... be
of th- m, 9hootlna Boai DthsL
? 1 tun d and they came toward in?-, a
W< i?.- ran Into me and sJtnosi knock
WS Thin 1 -aw the gray BUtOB
Li.. And i saw three men In it. ?lad
uve?* and I SSW Sh.iplio at I
Wh? l 1. birg" as life.
"it waa all great excitement, and aft?
. 1 tried t" Bell BOOM mote < h?-w i
1 was down in 42d BtTSSt Bear t
Murray Mill Baths, about 4 o'clock, 9
1 I ?w Rose and Weber and Vallon n:
s all talkie: together, right ru?
to the baths, beside a photograph gain t
"Usually I take th<* Sixth avenue el
rated at 42d street to my home, Which
14th street, and right th'-re I sa
Bchepps Vallon, ROSS and Wobei :
..iter. This time a well powder
end Well painted woman, SUCh as you s
there at that hour of the morning, ran I
to Weber and say;;: Damn It, 'Brtdgli
Mill shouldn't he h?-r. "
"Th'-n they ail heat It.
Didn't Read Signed Statement.
"\..w let me tell you abSSl that stat
ment I signed at Police Headquai t?
tWO Weeks alter tiie sinluting. I I
make a statement and they wrote pom
thing and I sign?.! it, hut I didn't kno
what was It. it, for I did not have n
"And thin they t.u.k me down to s?
Mr. liosa Rut he didn't take down
word, aove a few notes la pencil, and i
said: "Go home and ? ? it motjJ
"And at,out the mossy I got froi
Wahl.*. It was |1?V- || wh? ii
w. nt to his ohVe and $6 a week for th
two weeks, at the trial. And If I g<
mor?-, would I have to pawn m
wedding ring and rny husband? watc
for 17 In all? Here are the ticket
Look at them "
Ami they wera there.
ThS jury, which Is staying at the Mut
IS] Bill Hotel, walked in Central Far
yesterday morning in the custody o
guarda under CSptSla Lynch, of th
'?o:il SQSed. After luncheon they drov
to KlngSbrldg* in a .sightseeing automo
I'iU-, and on the return trip drove dow
Fiv.rslde Drive. All are In perfec
health, and after hearing both sides nur
up to-day will return to their hotel ove
night, and after the <-aae is given Int.
th?!r hands to-morrow noon will b
locked up until a verdict is reached o
they report th?*. are una.-de t?i agiee, al
though this last Is n?.t considered -it al
probable. Roth aides expect S verdie
before r.ightfall to-morrow.
NIGHTSTICK SAVES A LIFE
Club Used as Tourniquet foi
Courage and resourcefulness yesterday
on ths part of Patrolman I rohnhoefer
of the East ltd Street station, and Dr.
stiiiman, an ambulance "surgeon, saved tho
life of BdWSrd J. RflT-rtgtl. even though
he will be legless.
Raleigh, who Bess at No. 881 K?st Bid
si reft, was run down by a 42d street
UUSBtUWB ?ar on First avenue n?ar 18th
street. Loth his Ihkh w.-re ptsetleally
amputated, hut the patrolman made a
tourniquet with his nighUti? k and Its
thong on one tag and then utilized his
handkerchief and a piece <>f plaak to save
th.- loaa of blood ftom the other attimp.
Dr. Stiiiman hurried the man into the am?
bulance, and on the way to the hospital
?nipped away the bits of flesh that still
mnaected lh<- man's legs and then set to
work to tie the arteries
NO UNUSUAL COLD DUE
Rain or Snow Is Predicted for Week
End, However, by Bureau.
Washington Nov. IT.?Indications are
that the prevailing fair weather will con?
tinue daring UM week over the c.-ntral.
SOUtherS and extreme Western portions of
th?' country, with a tendency toward
BOmeWhal higher temperatures by Tues?
day. aOCOrdlag to the Weather Bureau's
I'.i'n or snow will Sst in early over the
North Pacific States, the bulletin pre?
di. Is. and ext'-nd eastward over the
northern portion of the country, reaching
the BBpet lake region about the middle
of the week and the northeastern districts
toward the SSd or the week.
Then an no prases! prospects of un
neually est? weather over any portion of
ti ? oouotry.
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The only Baking Powder made from
Royal Grape Cream of Tartar
Makes delicious home-baked foods
of maximum qualify af minimum
cost. Makes home baking
pleasant and profitable
BOY'S MURDERER AGI
PROMISES TO SURRENDER
Confessed Slayer of Joseph
Josephs, in Letter, Says He
Will Appear Wednesday.
GOVERNMENT AIDS SEARCH
Unsigned Postcard Gives Father
Revolting Details of Son's
Death in Cesspool at
Lackawnnna, N. Y.
Huffalo. Nov. 17 -Th?* police of 1
Manna received another l.it.r to-daj from
the ronfoooed munterer of Uttle Jooeph
Josephs, arhoea .I] area taken fr ?
ooaapool back of ? aaloon on th? Rldce
Hoad y.st?n?a- attortso n Like Bom. ?.r
the other l?tt?rs ami poetcarda f 1 ? I
by the poii.c ar??i by ?;? ? ? .i
father of the mu****-*******-*- DOT, t:
aerta that Um writ? r Int? n
Th?' letter is dated Frida
ti, and mot mailed In I
morning, i; la unsigned i
ii'-ci.i'v.s his intention of i
? the 1 rani
day The poll? a ha*? ?? ?.?. t rJth n
promise ?>f th?* murder? r to api
t.. rily, and even effort
through poll ?? ..:.?i fed?
-Mr. J...?. i?l.I alto
an aneigne i ? oetcard In the
writing, giving rev.
morder ol hfa ?mi
ah the lettei tl
tl ?? j?..11?**? iin.loulit.'.lly v. ?
the MOM man. altbo .
ly penned end wer? m
?crawled ecroea th? paper
p?->nt*?n<*.*? in tha lattei
Invariably n fei to ?? ?? i
Chief ?'.u' oa
Lackawanaa Bteel I
I ? ..' :
tober end N ? ? iber, 1911, at I
Joeepha boj nod An <
ira l rlth tl
nnelgned i? ttera from I
The funeral of th< will
; la? ?? ai Lau kawai na '
tola Will : ?
!"?? afterrnooai ami th?
tha ? but ..?.?..."?? ;
the hour ?.f the I -1 i"
deeply atlrred bj the rev? th?
ten the murderer II
The police of thla city hi Ufred
by tl ?' lot!? ' ''
La? kawanna, H. t
eileged murderer ? i J?
i a killed Micha? : Ft* .?? Km eleven
reare o?d, la ? ?entrai Park, i ?
Ifth rtreet entrene*, on i>??-?m?.?i ie.
ioo*.. Tha i-.!'
Mlehael Km. k. a tailor,
Krack, of N" 1-0 v. ? Ht ??
Ki m v waa loi : by l
that ?"very effort w>.il '? I ? 01 id? Ifl
up the mystery of her aon'a d? ath
">Vh?n Uttla Ml' h ,.1 w?is kill? ?I I
not pie? p for mont-M ? i "' *ften
Fin<H then i bava been rlalted la dr?
l.v tny Uttla boy .Mai,y Ul
y?ter I have bad i nema ?.f .. t ? mare man.
*/ag*_ety reeembllni ? painter oi
w.rkinK on ?'ladder, t ? ? in*i to kill
?me night i dreamed ->f my llttl? Michael
ronnlni late tha booaa t?. ft :? hat? bel
to play with and thin i dreamed that
thin man on tin l.nl.l? i ?tabbed BM I <?
m^mtwr he aald over and ovei igaln 'I
didn't mean it; I <!!<<*>'? meai '"
The postal card *-<-nt by the
to the I.a? kawanna poll? ?? referring t?.
tha Kru.-k bo* am aval ? d la Bool
HELD AS JOSEPHS SLAYER
Rochester Police Have Man
They Think Is Murderer.
Il!\ Tel? rrrapta t? 'n..- i '.
_toeh*wter, Nov. IT?Captain ol i?
tlvea aVhalea ennoronced to?*nlghl thai he
was of tha opinion thai George II.
Btearna of Boeton, arreatod lat?
Bight, l? thf- murderer <>f Joe? ph J ? ?. ,
the child WIM ?ms .iian-liil to i|. atli a
year u?" lael month in Lackawanaa, aid
WhOM body WM thrown Into a CeSSpOOL
( hlel Gllson, of Lackawanna,
graphed to-night that be would ba ben
to-morrow t?? look al th? auepected man.
itearna, admita having eoma from the'l
Baal recently, ami h:.s deocrlptioa, the
poUce aay, talUea with thai of the man
s? ? n with the Joeepha icy shortly before
tha lad Ali api ?? ar?-d.
The man d IOtl***M lo talk mu?h .,.
hlmaelf, I ul a sample of hla handwi II n
u.i.- o talned this afternoon, hi d haa befen
? .-nt to Buffalo to be compared with thai
on the poetcarda rectrtvM by the police
and the dead t.oy's ta bei,
The murderer promleed to aurrendei to I
the Lackawanna police lael Wednesday !
( ., ,t.?m \\ l?den thinks he got oi,l> a
?is P...? h?
The American Sculptor Dies in
Florence. Nov. 17. 1 m. kl!r> To rej I I
Amcrhan aculptcr, died here to-day, He
wim ?'lKhty-tiir?'? fOSi , ?i, dean
of the American colony here. He *M I
torn In BoatOO, and was a CMi??n of j
President Tuft's aunt. M ??s Delia TV |
JAPANESE GOODS BOYCOTTED, j
Amoy, N"v. 17. The ? uy la plaoarded I
with posten aanouncflng the beginning ..r
a boycott against JapaaeM gOOda Tin
U In protest a_a!nst Japan?MM aggreealon
GIBSON'S TRIAL TO-DAY
j Accused Lawyer Thinks He Will
Not Take the Stand.
Ooaben, K. T., Nov. IT.? Burton W
OS, lawyer, of WeW York City, will
', placed on trial h- re tOaBiorrow charge.I
with murdering Mra Ross Meneehlh
I . i. his oKent, by strangling her on
i ii. . i,w ...?1 Lake on July II
Th.- stat?- win s< >-k to prora thai |">i1'
aon L :. ! ? <i th?- woman to gala possession
of *i- r estate smouatJng t.> about 00,880
Ql ? on'9 lasrysra would not Indicate to?
night ?h.ir defence Qibeon has contend?
.<i that ti.- woman was accidentally
drowned when 9 rowboel evsrtursod,
throe Ins both Into th? arater.
The trial will he held befOTS JUStlCS
Tompkins snd a Jury in an adjourn,.;
i ii of the ' ' ? t- mi of th.- go?
preme Couii ..f Oi ? County, of whl>-h
Goahen is the county seat The pros. -
,-. . 'i - Rogers, Dtstrt t
All.,. :i. \ of i ?rang?* ' .. in1 . ...d As-lst
ant District Attorneya Murphy and Wa.?
;. i, nf n?-w fork County, win have
assigned t. assist Mr. Rogers by
i .?mi , t Attorney Whitman, >?f New Vork
? a has retained Reher? H. Elder, aa?
tani ; ? 11 ci Attornsj oi R
i n-n i ? I Jacob J.
w ben ? pens.to moi row I'jo tali --
ii ; ii., ; of drawn bj tin- .Sheriff
i ?Imoet ail
<.f tr unty
farm? reive ol
? ? titled t.. Util t, pel -
'l be com
would be il \
JERSEY WINS AT LAND SHOW
Exhibits from That State Get Three
Out of Six Prizes.
? ? lend show
now m prog?*- .i : ; ?? list R* glmenl
W III- I
111 ' ? ? -,
, ? . ? ? ?
.: ?,- . >,f I ? ' ??' N -1 . w -
I lied chl ind Han .-? B, Up?
it. of Mai ItOl ' I . w-.n th.- 1888
Be for I
The Ni b J' r
? ? r po
J. A ' '." . Al ? .
ie ribbon for <-?
fin the beat exhibit
.- la The Hi silver trophy
de ii m
; ind ?h-.w
in, -.? f- doral
. mi m. w '-,,1.,y by
M ih.un a. Bolt ? estera builder of
I .III..a.I <. Who t.. v ,.- ,t the
FORESEES IRISH REPUBLIC
Justice Collins Stirs the Clan
Th?- forty-fifth linn: ? u.. deeth
.,f Allen, i-.'kin and O'Brier* on Novena*
I., i- ? : ,i, Man, In land,
i--.- ? indred ?r rpon mi mbera "i
i i i .o na-'led tog? tin r ia',t alghl at
m hail, . and Madison
a v. nu.. i.mmemorats th< ii martyi
dorn To' ceuae ..f th.- [rieh everywber?
.nui the fn ' mid Ireland" w< ?>? i
-, ... Il alld siitiji.
Th- .-!'? akei i "i the evenli ,? w< ? ? the
i ? ?Ttunes W, Powers, n ctor ..f \n
Belats* Romsn Cstbolic Church, and
' *..' ii- lUStlOS Ol tin- ''..U' t
of gpectal Bai Ions Home Rule wu? a
Isred, ...,: th.- onlj wb ?
?.?i ii? lend i-. I? '"?> w.i i., eei.??? ?,11
coBBMCtloa arltb her ancient enem; and
: i i i.o. among the nations of the
i ,. ? I ollil i ssld thai ? ; ind'i fut* ?
ii; thai "i this . oun? ''
try, snd that the (rlshmaa'a loyalty tu i
America and devotion to Ireland arete J
Im sparable. '1 be Justli ?? ? nd< .i his n "
- with s foret ,,*>' "i an ii lab re? ,
a 11 ; ii. Irishmen, a ho Ned H it? ned !
w : 111 grast lab i. i rose snd ahouti .1. :
, any ami Ireland s III sa i
i:iitleii Bmpli? !" Th* audiem ? .,;
plauded and, aft ? '???:-' \,
,," v. ? : ' borne.
GREAT STORM IN JAMAICA
Butai Plantations Ruined -Hurri?
cane Headed for Cuba.
Kingston, Jsmeica, Nov. 17. The storm
which struck aectlona <>i Jamaica on
1 riday alghl continued altnoul abete?
i,i. ni I?. OS] Tin- han.in.i planters seem
i.i be the besvlael losers, slthougb rail?
way and telegrapb propertlea era si ? >
l.n.iwn t.. have suffered greatly.
Reports filleting in to day through dis
oi ganlsed ? bannels of oommonlcetloa are i
(hat the hurricane pSOBOd OVOT the north- I
w. t ?oast of Jamaica In the dir?-' lion of
Cuba. Heavy tain is still falling aid
Indications are that the downfall will,
COntlBOS for neverul da * I
j Bigger! Busy-er! Better! j
? Our Very Special Sale |
er Overcoats f?r Men 1
Because more and more of New York's best
clothed men are realizing that this sale is a
Because Success has made it a joy for us to
continue. Voluntary attention to other offer?
ings by satisfied overcoat purchasers has
more than balanced our Mark Down losses.
We're getting Publi city and making Friends.
Because we are now obliged to mark down
coats which are far more attractive than the
original coats in the Sale?garments barely
from our Tailors' hands.
Come and merely look in our Show Windows?we'll
leave all further action to the dictates of your good
taste and judgment. You will see :?
Raglans-built of rich, thick Scotch Tweeds.
Sleeves lined with silk.
Chesterfields-Overcoits de Luxe.
All in a host of colorings?all the last word in "the
thing"?all light in weight yet warm as battered toast
on a wintry morning.
And at Savings of $7.50 to $12.5). Sav?
ings you can see and nppreciate.
?nO?DVVAY AT WARREN ST. - NEW YORK-5*" AV.. BET. 27*M & 28T"5T*i
FULTON ST?,AT FLATBU5H AV.-BROOKLYN -BROADWAY AT BEDFORD AY.
$30 and $35
JUMPERS ESCORT HELD
?Vlan Who Saw Woman Leap
from Bridge Examined.
"TOO STRONG," HIS EXCUSE
Hrf. Wcstland, First Suicide of
Bfaohattan Span, Was Sep?
arated from Husband.
unnti, who '??
? ." i di '.-.?.in ? i..- Manhattan
!<?? Into the Bui River n?*-ar th?*
? momii ?
bi 11 la H NO ball to await tha i I
? ? tha ' ?i ont whi n I ?? rnnt ? ?. ? i
?? Magistrate Harris, In th< Adama
i ??? j u kaflao oonti nded ?h.-.r h. had done
i be could to pr?'v.iit ?h?? young woman
II.,m jnmpir!?', but laid I Wl ? too
?tronf for him.
.\ March for the woman'a body was
;? th? llv? rf: ?: t I I . , DUl
not found. Mra Weati.tn?! was
. to Jump from any ?f tha
I EUvar ,.t I ii..? Brat
on ??f ?in? ? ?? tha
The police 1? ? ? ? ? .
tratad from h? r hual
.. loa at No. i*?** Weat U_d atrae*,
Manhattan D? Jachemo, who believed
, a d ? i had taken 1er to a
: had boon . and
. i,.- i ? monatrated with b
\h th? ?? ir? re walk?
oeraaa tha bridga Mra Weetlend *?__
i ? Irood ??. bon, ' ana, ? limbing
the f( lardrall al tha aide <<( tha
i i.,i?. a atar.
A p Iceman an a up aad aahed De
Jackemo why ba had n ?* i tha
woman from lumping.
i wlah that ] bar,'' aald
I i in| m.m.
] n wi - ? ?! bj
i t No *? Llbai *y av. n ia,
iklyn. ii.? aald ba bad marrl**d aaran
years ago, but that ba and bit arife bad
never got along rary w.u. Two yeara
ago aha laft him and bar yooni toa and
remained away for a?rerai montha Bha
11 ..:.., ?i.. r?i atv ?i again about .. year
and went to live with bar father,
Si.,' made regular rialta to bar child aad
araa with him laat al rut two tvaafca ago.
aVaatland, who is a member al aalrage
Na '?'. al ?**'?'<?.. 'i'1 Lortmar ?**_*******__,
i iklyn, ?-.?M ba would elalm th?! bod)
whan it araa fo ind and ata that it ???t a
deeenl : trial
An aunt ol the dead woouui told tha
al aha bad often board Mra
?rVeatland aay that aha would kin haraaif,
and none of tha family i amad aarpi
at bar aulctde The young woaaaii waa
employed M ? packai In ? bll oandj fa?
toi> m New Voik.
SEEK HEIRS TO $100,000
State ol New York May Get Es?
tate of Henry D. Winters,
wnic March baa bean mud.? for tha next
of kin or h.iis-at-law of Henry D. Win
tara who died la tha Waal on June w.
i:m. leaving aa .Mate valued at siu?.ow.
.w. Winter, leit bo ?*? in. Nalaon 11. Tun*
nlcllfl has advartiaad axtanalvelj tor i>?*r
who might na*..' an Intaraot m the
. i M.., Lut no tar nona has appeared, ai
though ha bellevea it not ualihaly that
ii? u m ara now living in N.w Fork City or
it? ir bj Unleaa they coma forward tha
??'' ". "? ? t?te will go to tha Bute oi New
m Wim. m araa born near Albany in
__**_ He was twice marr*l*ML Hia first
wife died mum yeara before her huaband.*
ii.- had a da ighter by hia flrat marriage,
?. no had children. Mr Wlntera waa mar?
ried ? ? aecond time, In URi to aflea Allda
!?;. BbufelL Th? ra waa one child by tins
Mr wlntera waa in the bualneaa of buy
Ing ui county and acbool warranta und
_T_o handled large ?Saatern Inveotmenta in
w . .t. m propel tiea About thin ? ?one
ago he. hia nrife nnd child vlalted
.\ii. VMntara'a relatlvaa In Albany, None
oi theae haa been able to give any Infor?
mation about Mr Wlntera The daughter
is i.i? aecond marriage araa drowned In
California. Tha recoraa of Albany .now
n.. refei ? nee to Mr. Wlntera
it is known that In 1ft tha dead man
had a cousin in Now Jeraey, whom ha
m.ii.iI Tha coualn la dead, and while hia
Children n-mr-mli-rr the visit of .Mr. Wln?
tera, ll.?> ara unable to give any Infor*
station <>f val?a
(i V?YIIl \ VtoaSta, 17th si . Medtoen Ave
UA*r*iira.ll ...,,.,,. m. ,.,_ TO-NKjiit. IiU
JOHN K KKl.l.KIU? U A M I rf
A ALI STAK CAST. St. _-_. _*I i_, ?_ 1
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UNDER MANY FLAGS
BEST SEATS at MATINEES $1.00
UWIMTCD PAOnriJ Gertrade Hoffmann.
,b??4JROADWAt TO PARIS
i WEBER & F?ELOS' -ffl^'XUHI..'"
. THURS. EVE
?.,,?*ninr r.rfwmai .
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DALY'S. ByS-TO Bve.9:lB MtaWed.ASet
THE RED PETTICOAT (0,!,,K,,IKN
99TH ?r. The?., at?, ni B*i M?*? Prl ABmt
iLUir niipp 11 .*? Old Bngllah Comedy Ce..
AnniLnU.Oi.LL_ - Ptoop? to Conquer."
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FAYERSHAM'S JULIUS ' CAESAR
.'..mi m, lud - Mi 'averaham.Prank K
- i mn l v M i Julie ppp
?111 II ST. Til . IS! 1- of B"?? Kti Thur ?".Sat.
WILLIAM COLLIER w_A4?waAJ ....
Maxlae Elliott'? Th.. 3?. ?" B*yl "' ? ?'?
: READY MONEY
r \>l\o. : ? ??? K\ ? IS Man v.
THE MERRY COUNTESS
playhouse;; ;;w ?
LITTLE WOM ? N
- i OMKDV, llet.B of B'way .
FANNY'S FIRST PLAY
V. r-.T KND W of Stl \- ? Eve. ?rig. I
LITTLE MISS BROWN;
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Mate BFed 4 Sat 2 11. !
REVisiNO HE DAUGHTER
25c TO $1.50
The ?i.?-i ?mi.
Pierre .<>ti Bportoelo.
LITTLE THEATRE ,
AN ATOL SNOW WHITE
it 8:4 gvery Aft Kxr.pt
Baturdaj el :i "??>.
M liMI/IHi'? A I ?lr> ral- .May
?\..Hit (IIMII.Y for Child****-*._
Fl TIMRF Weal '-'' "tree* ?'?>''" ?? ? ???
WITHIN THE LAW
'I..-night ??' 9. Ko-nl??l?Tnil?*r. Parier.
lebut), Barata; J?rn, Goriti. DMar,
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la] Chrn'l Mn*. Dir., Campeatal,
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lliur?. nt X. I ;iu?t. Parrar, Mautiuiirg-.
Rotbl-l ? 1111). Cond., Htur.nl.
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Caruso, Beottt, Bofurola Coad., Petaceo,)
sat. ai 9. >.a?lr Flut?*. Deatlnn, l'?rk?
(d?buti Homer, vii.n. Bl-rak, Lankow i.i?
but), ?i-.n-z. Qrtewold, Relee <',->nd , Hertz.
\>\t \\rr\t: Mon. ..i <* 15, t.lrl of the
Golden Went. Deetlnn; Cantea Amato, QUI**, ?
I1ARDM l?N PIANO USED
Uliiny ??"fi Illeaeri T Balase A-rtru.l?
uiiun ay? \,,,?!,,,?;, ! ,;,.0 uopn.
>.??-. i i-i -? h,-.. Lwyy, Marlon Murray
-~fl! tiNlil TOM ! H?XR? E
uviLuniai. [wise a co I duck*.
B a i 9 82d Bl Bldnej Drew; othere
? i UlURRi ILeaky'e Little Parletenne,
MLnnmuna v?, , Mlebeleae; Mason
r u .t IBS8. K,?-i^r Co., [addle nitr
HARLEM,..? D.?? THE GAMBLERS
PPI ??PI. ?*"'?' f*th 8. Evening* at 8:20
DCLMOUU m ., ni-,.i-? aad Bat., B:SB
"MISS STARR TRIUMPHS" I : ;"?.;^
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r.'-i Bt \v ed aad Bat . S:lg
n BUI .it aad Dai Id Belaaco pi mdI
[ GOVERNOR'S LA9Y
(JKO. nr-UAIi-'*.? ' Vy.totm BvaS'lB
M bbnan OuaU w-.i. asd Bat, I IS
r>r?\ y rnUAM la Hie Lateet Play,
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.(.CTflD ?'way, i:, st. Bva8:15. Mi
? Hun A .,, i |, ?fed.Mata.BOeto$1.00
Douglas FAIRBANKS In
(.RIV*."'" 'rl Sl ** Av Met Wed.25-50
Unanu Blaa?*h Kin? The Wall Bi girl
D| I/alT n ?*? v ami :tnth Bt l-:>.-?. I N
DAOSJSJ M\| BVKRT hay at B:SS
'V' RAIMV'S AFRICAN HUNT
,mt. WKHK.cs. Vy.99Bt Kv.s:;io MatWed
A SCRAPE 0' THE PEN ???*?
A BIG HIT
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M (?MAN'S IITWK
I MlMMHIll Ml M I I I
ri.-i<.'t> Read) To-da? ut iio_ ofltoe ,
Prleee .'.o.-. $1 00, Jl ".'?. 12.00 93 00 .?;? *,.... i
51 .SUB B'way, | "Rub?-" Marquant a Bloe? I
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NEW YORKS I.KADlXf. THK ITHEg
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tmrinc Mata -?vd. ?m! g
t. E\?. 8;20 Si.arp
Mat- Thur? ?tn,t S?t . 'J M
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THK PAixT ontr?
, nr B'way. B?
JOHN MASON i.nurv.K
CRITERION Efffc. TO.NIGHT
I YPEIIII Weet 45th"8t. Ev-~ ?5:20 8harp
blVCWiai Mat- Thur? ead Bal
W?Ii ? ? MENER OF r (E
ITI*?.T MATiNKK M EUX! ai II
A RICH MAN'S .OH
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PPEOIAT. Mats TTJEi W KD
t\itZo\m\yV' MM- XKAS ANGEL
AfTERXOOWP OM.T B Ltd ?
THE CELESTIAL LAUGHING NOVELTY
run a. ?,<??? v ?? Mat v
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KY ?v i.
IT'S A BIG
?S?. park theatre
NEW^ AMSTERDAM $* ???_
THE COUNT OF LUXEMBOURG
* lu-" : I aad s_t wed, m .?? |i M
by A :
Kni? -Urrliorker. Hv..,?. ??
M ?? . ?Vetfaeeday und Batu 2 ij
I'll?- laat Word in Muaical ( ??rued**,
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MutB. Wed. and
Certain to < ni-ula
MONTOOMKR1 * ?.TOM
Thf I.edjr of tin* -lipper.
It 1!'. k% It
en i Ev.ntaa
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Seats In tha
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'IKTY OF NKV? YOKK.
JOSEF STRANSKY t??w>ctm%>
Thur.,.. Nov. II, at 111*. Frl.. >"***? ''-? ?*!?
(BIB Kii'Sl ApOt yt9
Supplemetit.irv ?Siib-crlp'ti? _?>?t ?'"???-. *'"__?
n-..v at Hox Qgee, ralla f. Lellela, ******;
CABNBOI? HALL ._ .
TO-MORKOW (Tl KS ) IFT. AT ?
MUST VIOLIN RECITAL F
.????at- now on lale at Box ??*'':...<??
rhl<?k?.rlnK J-lano. Mail-He n t I. h Jj???-^
LAND SHOW ?ff??j
10 a. m. to 11 p. m. Daily and Sunday*, to DjfcP
NtlZE SOIL MODUCTS, Can... Sk*.-,?fa""?
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