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BUNION SLAYERS
EMVttness Names
man ?id "Strong Arm
Hoses" as Leaders.
Sig
VICTIM WAD1 PLEA
10 GO TO CHILDREN
I Not to s-'h Ihl>n
fis Beaten i -: rhrown Into
Levine.
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?truck. This
?m on ? ncient I
D.?leh;.rit? fells of Trial."
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s def
The
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?to a
loubt,
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. t work,
! worked in .
? men, who
union men.
-. these]
t, '/ '' fter th(
.e of
the fac-S
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1 curth i
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-. were* :
Lie
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o ques
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j... * her nor.
of the
- . * man? union
?>.,'' ' ? of the
William M.
? org?
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.??.
?t v. ?V ? l h h ira -i.
mon?, remain
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BUHE DEATH ON WORKERS
?BT,
{?fK i ondurU.r and
?'?'?' Hurl. ,i Man t., Kaila.
. f David
. COtldUi tor 1.7.d
'::, .., . i l.y thf
a-Hartai c. -ipanv at tb<*
rd Ave?
?ben ''
re of .Miller'?,
?h?- Su
trai
*\\Jr\ 'l.i. it in aliened,
btmj , he was on the
????,; ;? told by a tick.-?
U? A. te fta
^et on a
***>*? ?
H la , a ''' '
'?*? -ilhout paying his fare.
SAYS HILLIS USED
FRIENDS FOR GAIN
Ferguson, Ex Advisor.
Facing Suit. Denies Pay
Was Exorbitant.
PASTOR ESTIMATES
HIS DEBTS AT $85,000
?Declares l ?irnicr Business Man?
ager Charged Him s 100.000
for Five Yeai ?Services.
membcn of
uth Church and social friend?
a. Pr.
N'cwell Dwlf, ? ?? ,.,.,, t? make
??77 hit lumber promotions, ae
nk !.. Ferguson, his
r !':nB.nr.al manager, with whom
ho ?? now
tat? '?lent!?
mark yestei e war of explana*
I eoanter chare? ??? thnt
charact? ilea of the ;
? mem*
t that
i Quaker theory
i diffl
? ?
? ' ?*-.? time
; when the pastor will
.? the
law pi without
further . ul!f."
.? paragraph !
day hv Pr.
e Lark! It'
ak in hi? silence that
the pa -? i I y mouth Churcl
authorized sine? he disclosed his busi-l
?"?'?s ' . . ? ? last '
??wing
the scathing attacks of the laal few
days direct? ??. r I.> Frank
L. Ferguson, former chairman of the
hoar?! ?' the Brooklyn
churol
I'lnn? (??il Suit.
?' that Pr. Hillis,'
througl Is to bring
? ?*! Mr. Ferguson for
the rec
money? during the :
. ?r i r men t
it affairs. Counsel for
Pr. Hi] iputed
sum? w? re thorized and iri pruper
?
? ? ght form a
basis for fun ?re serious
? ?
Mr. ? Issued a reply to Mr.
Lark's t, In which
?
"If Pr. Hi concluded
ation, b? h
tters al
;'i?'nt
1 y t o ? ?
opporl . ferei
Mr. I ' that he was re- '
it Pr.
ties ever approximat? ?1
: I that wl en ho as.
? of the i"- '
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and
?
for Dr. H
appro*:
"Mr ' ? rlient'c
si : non
i] years <-,
? ? .
? ed betweei myself
.' no other defin '
ply is n? ? the fol?
io Dr.
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"Il may be im] ?r you and
reconcile our views of the busi
? oh we have had and
ns Incurr?
? ? ? be true it is bel thai we
should mit all I lets 1
I erguson's I'ay SI?;.Uli".
Inst? .r'.-ir.c Pr. Hillis "al
most ;. ?nd ex
? ergu
5 287 in |
? ? ? Dr. Hillis, of which h?
- 12,067 by wa? > ad
Di Hillla, expenses, etc.,
g hii
I thi.a, Mr.
took $' 1.000 worth ,
: : . '1 Imber Com?
pany as coi'.' and that Pr. 11:!
Agures
? BUD-I
. b> M 7-. Bragdon, a public ac?
ini " with Ju
the data
? .--- tran act
and th? ? said.
Mr. Lark'
? r hn?i now or
ever I ' mating
|1,000,(H aniounded;
peculation oi
ad ??f his ?
;. were approxin
, ai
than arnj'lt? tu satisfy all obligations.
Pr. Hillis pr?-?-?!? <i a*, the regular
Friday night prayer m?*1 i
: last night f? r the first time
. ha re! m his vacation.
? well r. i?.', ed by a larg?
ence. He preached on "Jacob's Well
ln the ?? made *h?' following
? troubles:
I have ro?
so many hopeful letters from
m< men," he said,
"whose live a
that I thank Cud that there ar?
??lavs in the year for sunrhine, with
row."
WHITE HOUSE GETS RELICS
r,-an?l?lauj-hliT ?! I'rosi'lent Taylbl
Gives Hefrloona,
Waahjngton, ?-? ' ? "
? ?
! ivl'T.
? i . ? \\
for the White Hous? ? ollection sever ?!
?ng to h? r anc? l
included a pa ? r ean*
ulestick/, a cut ? <- s?'v?
? ral ?
; i.''
i ? lock ??<" ?
?oven h nn v> ?"'
OBITUARIES.
MKS. MARI s. LITTLEFIELD BABX
Mrs. Mary Sushi: Littlefl? Id Hai
139 S '"' "'
immer home In East Pat? I
1 i yesterday. Mrs Harx, who was
eighty ? ?*' ' ;,"T" '
? ach. She i
j?n?l three daugl I "??' ??
tic, |b?l E. Blackmar
of th?-** 9upr*m? ?
MKS ANW MILLE*.
Mrn Ann:? Miller, I *Xf, ? ?
?iied Thursday
of two
? ??.-,
? ,i two dan
MKS EMMA KIX.
Kum.', i. "' Paul Rix,
wh.? for a Mini??? r of : ears resided II'
.
. !?:,'. SI ? ?va s ?: -
ot Mr rtlett of As1
udes ' ******
brothers and iwu ?istvra.
The Author of a Story About Mothers and
a Book About Girls Would Rather kernel
Her Daughter to the Steppes of Russia
Than to College at the Fatuous Age
A Housekeeping' Novelist Says
Writing Is ?LiKe Baking?You
Get Materials. Put Together,
Stir, Cool, Stir Some More,
?aKe? and if You Keep On
You May Be Able So Get Bread
Out of It.
By SARAH ADDINGTON.
i | X' ' h-n-1 n daughter" says Kath
! leen Norrl?, novelist of domes?
tic life, "I should put rubbers
? feet, irive her a food lunch and
? er out into the buaineaa world.
Well, tin-re are ??iris who
survive that, and I suppose somi
At by it, but I should a? soon send a
daughter of mine to the steppes of
Russis or put her in an incuhator h?
to thru?t her at her most sensitive,
mysterious nee into that world which is
supposed to be s small replica ol
real world, but which is a? unlike th?.
real world as one could well imagine."
Then Mrs. Norria, who besides be?
ing a novelist is the warmest-hearted
Irish mother that a four-year-old boy
ever had went on to enlarge upon girls
and the girl-world, about which she has
written in her new book, "The Story of
Julia Poire," and about which she has
tht very seriously. She referred
whimsically to what she cnlls the Age
li scrutable, that aire in girlhood be?
tween fifteen und twenty, when she
?ays: "They are a law unto their. ?
and you n.'.pht as well try to bit
the bay as to convince them of any
?
"Hut at that ago college i? no place
for them. At that ace. they should be
learning real values, and I would put
tham to work In the village postoffiee
before I would let them drift along
without knowing what business ?.?as,
I ? ? men are und what they are up
>rld.
"It's ;? ijueer thing about girls of
th'.* age. They will evade, they will
deceive their mothers about the ;
.?crap of a ?ove affair. Under dynamite
they would not yield the least confes?
sion. Nothing penetrates. The word
of the most insignificant muggin of a
g;rl friend as gospel over the ver?
diel of a mother. A fraternity dance
is worth family, home and all good
things in the world. leem to
have no sense of proportion. You can
i your girl si ;. -, 'Yea,
politely, staring
fixedly at something out ?.." the window.
I dot)'i wonder :?>;?t mothers used ' ?
? ? irry girls off early. Aren't
iO, ?'. <;.'."'
C. li. No: I the desk, ?it this. I
I their Tort Washington hom? and office,
raised nn emphatic hand.
"Regular clama. All the ?ame.
Kather die than tell where you're i.?<>
mtr. even if it ii only to bajee your hair.
cut. Your mother a^k? with nevei
; failing regularity, 'Where are you go?
ion?1 And you answer, always the
lame, '( ?h, ju-1 out f?>.- a while.' "
Mrs. Norria smiled and then grew
serious.
"And that's where motherhood come?
in," fhe caid. "Mothering 1.1 the mosl
important husmos? in the world, and
the most neglected. It isn't b?
then ?i harm or vice in the mothers,
it's just that they fail so often
in not combating that fatuous
nes? of seventeen, fatuousne?^ that may
lead anywhere at that very dar,? ?
a?/e. Every pirl of -seventeen think i
she ha.? some peculiar dr..in to beaut/
or charm. Haven't you soon her ?zw?
ing at herself in the mirror, stunned
with rapture? And won't that sort of
thine steer her Straight in the wrone
direction? There an- fearful possibili*
It'-- up ??? tin- mothers. It's
to us 7" sympathi ??? and >!?r. c?, u,
set a beautiful example, and to ?
the '?\r\ until she emerge again, a ra*
? ing.
"It's up to us to do ?? great many
things, too. 1 wiah, for exam?
ple, that we could form a background
of dignity n?.?l beauty in our dressing."
She grinned acroi ? at her un
r,d.
"You know," ?die said quietly, "when
I'm forty I'm goint* to adopt a uniform
graj dreaa and bonnet. You-know,
, woman has to have her pot re
foini, and mine's dress reform. We
don't wear beautiful clothes, you know.
If they were truly beautiful they would
be beautiful. Hut the things we
wore last year couldn't straggle up
Avenue. They're eren funny to
is. Our vision is wrong. We see beauty
r, and different beauty next
<>h, I wish we cmild adopt a be
..- nal onal costume and wear it
?i. Tne Japanese have learned
that lesson lonj- ago.
"We spend o much time dressing,"
>he ?1? plore.1. "changing our natural
? f. r a different one, and our nat
a'uro for a now one."
The talk turned from beauty il,
Mrs. Kathleen Morris, ii domestic novelist, whose
new book, "Hie Story ol Julia Page," is
a study of girlhood.
clothes to beauty in living, snd we tried
to relate it to what v. i called "
i peopl? are alwayi I rj
do.
'Goodni ss is tho font]
said Mrs.
fruit. Beauty is not its own i ten
being, n"!
china and Madeira work and thing?.
Goodness in living bring beauty, a
Sober. I, d lUty of
?it is worth all the easy, harmoni?
ous luxury in th?. world."
And then buck to mote tangible
tilinta. Mrs. Morris ei I ing net writ?
ing of books ;? "?? . '? ? (pres?
sion."
"Ye .' .1 feel
about my books ? ?...? tly as I should if
I had made a lem ue pie and
wanted you t" come : phi out into tin
kitchi [ wish 1 did have
time t.. cook," si.?.* went on. reflectively,
"1 lovt the kitchen. But writing is very
? ? r i erials and pul
tir and ol, and
: lore, and th? n
: ?:.!, of ? i-, the |.trSt attl : ' ' are
. id, but if you keep on, v.el!,
i; be able to m ike bi??:.<! out
? i?'-??.? ,i while "
And one felt about this maki. of
good bread herself that as a per
well as literary cook, sh<- has all the
I' t mati rials to work with, and a very,
deft hand, for if you like the
! ....'..- of Kathleen Norris, then all the
more would you like the author, who
? 'o young writers I would make i :-.
ent heroine for a book herself,
S fine, splendid heroine, all courage
and honest) and ?anse of humor.
SCHOOL ARMIES,
MARSHALL PLAN
Teach Every Boy to Shoot,
Says Vice-President, Af?
ter Seeing Wilson.
FEELS U. S. WANTS
STRONGER DEFENCE
Neither Too Cautious Nor Too
Fearful, Hi Advises the f'resi
dent Against f \tra Session.
i
Washington, Sept. 24. Milita:
?. ?I b\
> '?? P : ?rshall her? to
?? ?i h Pr? ?
v. | ; . \ , ? .. i :... :. ... ,|r.
clare?) thai rage intelltf nt cit.
ten all ?ver the Id the riew
.,. n th?
... . ...
' Mr. Marshall declared
that he. being ur;'\ m l.ir ?a il
and ' aval ?-. ould be in :
to trust the judgment of th?'
the . thinking their
: reveal whel
? ? . ? alous.
"I think that one of the b??st pos.
?ible of pi tparedn? is," ?'.?
clarod the Vice-President, "although I
?lo not [?ose a? an authority, because I
im very ignorant when it com
militar', and naval Blfairs. would be to
give 7- -'ruction in ever: b?>\V
lehool ? in the country. This
instruction COllld be given by 1?: ?? 1
States Ann; oflicen tor, say, an hour
e?*-h dsv and ?wo or three h<"jr? on
-?V?.
"i do no! th ? * thai thi? pU
have a? ' is tl st at
man for rat
' ' ? ' :
g to I
?.-ii!?? from thst. 1 '*?
?
-
?
?
all ? ?
the a
-
i <'? in our ?
luc?.)- ? ?
? ?
?
that
? ?
'
-
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"i do no' want it -?? .
I
?
camp
?
thing that
proper def?
then point
? ?? - ? rou
called up..:
?
he a '
*hen?. he would deed.
1 quency at I ?
BAR REJECTS 3
IN JUSTICE RA(
Committee Favors No
dorsement of Schwart
O'Connell, VVintner.
rhree candidates for the Supn
( ourt bench have failed to win the
proval of the judiciary committee
the Har Association of New York ('
The committee presented its r??
yesterday on this year's aspirant
ju licia] honors.
The men for whom the Indorsem
of the m is not recommem
are Abraham M. Schwartz, John
O'Connell and Hugo Wintner. The cc
mittee's criticism of these men is tl
*: ? "have not shown such qualifi
for judicial office as would just
their nomination or warrant the i
proval or indorsement of tl ?
1 ion."
i be disapproval of the association
i. . recommended for Justice I.on
..7 a- justice of t
I ourl under appoint'- ?
?.id for the vacancy in thatcou
Juatice Zeller was nominal
ir, 1919 tor judge of the Court of Ge
." *i,.- report reads, "yo
committee, after thorough ?nvestig
reported that, m it? opinion, m
ther his professional career nor h
judicial BCtS justified his election
important judicial office. Further i
? ..n by your committee has co
It that Juatice Zeller'e carei
shown fitness or ou
:ial office."
Joseph T. Ryan, a '?andidate for ju
lice . f the City (Hurt, is nut recotfl
. tdr approval on account of h
alleged lack of judicial expei -
the committee adds that he "wool
probably make a satisfactory juatice i
1 ty Court.n
Other candidates for the City ('oui
henil., with one exception, have tic
. i pr? fessional career
qualifications for judicial office, in th
?? the committee. The ?'m- ei
. E, Maniorre, s ??.'?:
in by the Prohib?
ic committee consider
Mr. Manierrs a man >f "high persons
ili iracter ai ly at tainments,
ks foi his recommendation.
Justice Francis B. Iielehaiity, nov
| In the Supreme Court hy ap
pointment, receives the approval an.
? ? :;- of the committee, as doe
? J. Shearn. The eon
.- also recommends indorsement o
eandidacy of Justice John M. Tier
In the Mumclpa
Court, witi. a qualifying criticism wat
} . bas taken too prominent a part it
.?I politics.
R? . ..?is on candidates foi
?r. Municipal courts, the committee
, uill be made in a supplemental
report The) make an exception, how?
ever, in asking the recommendation of
Juatice Edgar J. Lauer, of the -.?th Pis
tuet, who has sho*7U himself in the
last ten years on the bench to be "a
? ?us, impartial and in
lent judge." The committee on
li not of record concurs in th.s
?ion.
. . q ??? S&1MQ pu?, ?jouiij.-.n)! -g
?.?|i*t| |'||0?*!N <?>*?1*I?HI'??lUOJI
? | iotuuj?][ ?tiuefj utjop 'i imui
?HMtng i. .s\ J "''' ? ? -i-'iurj^
-? ?? ? i >e?p,nj
l\ s\ ?!U*MJ Io ?i**1'*1'"-' '?" ?"
uuvj i\{, ;o ?>?>?. iim. wo.? ?jeioipnj- ?u,j.
CHIPPENDALE BRINGS $2
Old I)i?an in Mahoganv and llamas
Bargain at list?tes' Sale.
Bidders at the second session of
isle at the Fifth Avenue
Galleriei yesterday were fortur
enough to obtain bargains in furniti
The high? t bid for an old Chippenc
divan in mahogany ami crimson dan
"', at which price it M ..
down by Mr. Silo to P. Haines.
The ton pri?e of the day '.?as $1
-. C. stammer for a dainty She
ton < hamber suite. 11. M. Pa i .
$132 for a quaint <>M English din
te. The I ale to date
exampl? of Ilepr
white, Chippendale, Hogarth ?
lri-nch and lacquer cabinetry will
tei oon at I he n i
ONE DRINK A VOTE
IS INDIANA'S PRIC
Witness in Bell Case Says .
Bought Eight for 80 Cents.
Indianapolis, Sept. 24. Voters an
bought for "the price of a drink" in t
election of November 8, 1914, accordi
to Edward J. ? Big Chief) 0T-?
d today in the trial of May
Joseph E. Bell, ?barged with electi?
racy.
More than one hundred saloonkce
-titled ?luring the day thai th?
had contributed to the Democratic cat
paign fund sums ranging from $5
$76. The total was almost SI,."??" ? I
employ? I whom wore indict i
with Mayor Bell? were name**! as tl
collectors of this fund.
O'Leery, who ha? ? illty, to
of a conversation he asserted he hi
with Mayor Bell, durim which tl
? told him to "ilo as you have u
ways done."
"What had '?m always done at ele?
tions?" Prosecutor Barker asked.
??| told the Maror 1 had voted r?
.'' replied tne witnei
: that he had bough
and that he bad
eight of tien "the prie? of a drink 1
rents." He said he ?bought supper* fo
three i?'
1.000 AT VOCATIONAL SHOW
Exhibit LTrgea Kxlennion of Trad
Teaching in Sch?x>U.
One thousand schoolboys of this ei*
allied in Madison Square Gardei
last night, greeted Governor Whitmat
( a> guest of honor, at the first N'ationa
I .ducation Exposition.
\ ?national training, which they be
lleve has been neglected in America
of the exhibit havi
placed far to the fore. Exhibits o
work dun.- by pupil? in Industrial in
itions are lined up around the (lar
ri numerous booths.
Besides th?- Governor, Borough
- dent Marks and Pre?id?'nt
Churchill, of the Board of Education
spoke. Some of the city's champion
truants, IQO -trong. ehttered Covernor
Whitman when h?
Fred Thompson Improving.
Prederic Thompson, well known ns
the creator of I.una Park, the Hlppo
?Irome and many other large seal"
?nient ventjres, who :> in 1'oly
??'.inir Hospital seriouslj ill from acute
.(right's <iisfa??v \*a? reported "much
better" last night.
CIVIL WAR RENDS
LI?TLE HUNGARY
Receiver Named for Oasis
Oft Graced by T. R.
When Police Head.
Another oasis In the Bohemian ??os
ert is tO ?!' appear.
?Unlike the fa;?- of T?
whose recent demise '??:?? attributed t?
? th<- European war, I he on y confl ? I a
all i? i].sible for the ill
?>f Lit) ' II ingary, in r.. H
? Stre? ' th? ne that been ;r?iin;
tiii
I Tn irant o
the East Side ?. ?J ! f??i
neigh
>d ? g- I .-:. - ? -
: ? ntire city, oi ? sd then
pousse caf?f of win? i at .? t:r:n-. foi
tiie restaurant ? ?:. tabl<
! d'hote dinner at least four different
ut' ?\ ine, besid I queur
ni ?1 . inceabl?
si nemes,
of course, if a patron ?.? ired, food
ed wil th? ?
I ?.
?oner, wai s r?gulai ?
A
ted - f the i
one night at whal undoubtedly
wa ? the ; ? inel on ever
on the K.i ? Sid? I. .
? . sit, being a ideiy sd*
l bi ought the p ace p I
; i om s ' he country
the ri|?;.::.! owner of
Hungary, sold oui nd things
..
Now ? i by tiic li
taurant Company. I ? ?'. their
respective wivei si ?
dire? tors of I
' ?? man?
nt of 'b<- ? -?ab!, ihment.
Moiti? Mi
. ?ninth Str? ..if the
inpliea*
??i the s -i r? ? me ?
tinri of th? Her husband,
A i- treasurer of the
?' R ? im, ?'f 2'M'i
I ..,
? '
tlititU
n the
rowitz,
?.m Restaurant Com pa
?
.
t tl pay*
.. oui '
ig ta
?
: ' i '..- toi
- : ?
itock on
r?a valued al i
receiv.,
Mr-.:,
fair? of the corporal
getting worse. Credit
Eng their m il ?
er is appointed I ".!?? Hungary
woul I
.
?
tak.
i :,i,r;' of the compunj's affairs. He
also appointed 1 Louis A Britl ai ref?
eree, to hear, on November ft, any por
sons.who might have objection to the
dissolution <?f the corporation,
time, the restaurant will be in th??
; hsnds of th? receiver as the agent of,
' the court, w ho ?? ill try ?o ?ave at much .
as possible for the creditors. |
I. R. T. ASKS P. S. C. TO Wj
belter to CoBUaiseioU an Insult. >
Mayward.
The Interborough Rapid Tra
?
Public Servies Commission in replj
s re oiution adopted by the coran
April 23, 1915, ordering t
the ' r equip its i lei ated li
tem of c ipable
pre-, eir.-.n/ collisions before Octobei
The Interborough'i r<
?tay of six n.or.ths, and n id? In pa
"From our
discover on tht market ?
ol d< elopment such s
nais as your resolution
.. ?-.. one that will givi
any way red
? ? road."
Commissioner J. Sergeant ? ram, s
i ai
rder!" "It is more than tha
added Com? o 1er ?i..\ward. "It
ilting and e
*
HELD AS ACCOMPLICE
IN NICrtGLS MURDE
Soaped Arrested in CI:velar
Through N. Y. Police Til).
i-.. r -
eland, Sept. 24 -Through infc
mation supplied by
police, Wait- r Norman, al
Samson, is un.1er arrest here pendil
a:; investigation of 'he
t murd
? ?f Mr?. Elisabeth Nichols, at h< r hon
. i Seventy-ninth Stn
. ? her.- conduc
ing an ther detc
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man ???? t
is suppo ? .1 o hat?? gotta
some of th? 116,600 worth of
stolen ..- ..f the murder.
Norman's arrest came abou
? ption furnished the p.
?-.:.-' ?
of one of th.- men in plicat? .1 in th
murder resides
watched her house and an
man when he called tl ere
DYNAMITE SHOT MAIL CHUT]
Eight stick? Travelled lentas < luntr
?Sender I iiid?-ntifnd.
A packise eontainluaT?sight
dynamite and weighing twelve pound
?hot the chute?, in th?? foreitrn hrancl
postoflec st West and Morton street
yesterday afternoon and ?lid not ex
TjlOflt-.
ve travelled a<*r??? th.
'
I ranch, lent it to t , , ? t orti
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note m Italian reading:
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l alif."
Ghirolfi, arcor ...... frorn
Refugees Reach Teheran,
l'an-. Sei * 2i. a telegram from
ran to the Havaa Newi Agency
announcs the safe ar*
of a caravan of frei
residents of th.. Persian cit) of Ispa?
han, 110 mi|as south al *i. capital.
The refugees travelled for twelve dsy?
in intense heat. The caravan wai Ave
miles long end contairu-d 250 men.
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CHURCH TO-MORROW
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M*n?SON AVENUE OAPTIST CHURCH.
C. A. EATON, D. D, Pa?tor.
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FIFTH AVENUE eAPTIST CHURCH.
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Churches
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CHURCH OF THE AOVENT. Ural
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ST. PAUL'S METHijDIST CHURCH
MIARLES L. GOOOELL, 0. DM Pastor
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CALVARY METHODIST
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FIFTH AVENUE-ELEVENTH STREET
HOWARD DUfFIELD ?. 0. Pastor.
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PHr surTt RIAS r Ml HCH
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CHURCH OF ZiON ANO ST. TIMOTHY
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CATHEOHAL Of ST. JOHN THE DIVINE.
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CHURCH :, JrESSIAH ?V ,"\
?lohn Hayoes Holmes
"The Time*? That Try
Men's Souls."
LINO* AVINl/f UNITABI?M CMLKCM
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THE CHURCH OF THE OIVINI P? ' ' UN I T V.
C??tl-?l Par? ?*??? a?? ;?th sir*.'
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UNION THIOIOI.ICAL StMINAMY
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