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THE SUN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1912.
MANY PROVE TRUTH Of
DyiimiiikT l.ciivcs Sliunl
Present Tliil Ollioi's May Tes
tify ami Un Home.
CLARK'S "ChKAN BHEAST"
Knllroml Dotoctivo Describes
Mowiiijr of Lelii,'li
Hrldjre tit Buffalo.
IS'DlAN'Arm.ls, Nov. 15. In order that
witnesses who are here to corroborate
Ortio McManlgnl's slory of purchases
of dynamilo and other details might
testify and go honie McManlgal will not
ba called to tho stand to-day, Xnd it
may bo ten daya before he resumes his
'testimony, as there are about a hundred
Kdward Clark of Cincinnati, who
pleaded guilty soon after the cases were
called for trial, was on the stand this after
noon und redeemed his promise to make a
clean breast of the matter so far ns he
was concerned in the conspiracy. He
told of arranging with Hocklu for the pur
chase of dynamite, of going to Dayton
with the explosive and of setting it under
tho Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton
Ilailroad bridge, where, lecauso it was
raining very hard, he pluced an um-1
brolla over tho explosive. He said he'
bad forgotten for tho moment that his
initials were cut on the handle of tho
umbrella. Ho identified several letters
he had written to President I'nttik Hyatt
and Secretary McNamara and copies of
ine letters he hadfeceived
On cross-examination it wus brought
out tnat i lark liart been arrested on
nverai occasions ior assault and battery
anil once Tor larceny and that he had
served several terms of loo days ench
in the workhouse, at Cincinnati. He
denied that he had been a defaulter as
business agent of the Cincinnati local,
but admitted that there wero difference
between him and tho union about his
The story of Ortie McManlgal as far as
it has been told on the stand wus cor
roborated by many witnesses to-day.
George H. Philips of Oakland. ChI.,
assistant superintendent of the Giant
Powder Company, wns the first.
Philips testified that on September 13.
1910. ho sold Son iKHinds. or ten cases, of
80 per cent, nitrogelatin, mi explosive
much more powerful than dvnamlte.
He described the three men witha launch
who bought the explosive, one being a
man with mmething wrong with his eye
(M. A. Schmidt), another being of a tle
enption which corresiwnds with tlmt
of Dave Caplin. and the third b-ing a man
"who looked like a consumptive," said
Philips. This third man. whose name was
given to him us ,1 11. lliyson. Philipsde
clared, he later saw in the tos Angeles
Jail and found to be J H. Mc.VamaraV
William Hehm. an uncle of McManlgal.
corroborated the dynamiter's story, in
many instances having gone with him
to purchase fuse. He testified to ten
visits of McMuiiipil to his hoiiw and these
l torreHpondod statements
McManlgal on the stand. A daughter
of Boh in corroborated her father
Martin Qtilnlaven of HufTulo, railroad
detective, testified thut on the night of
June 30, 1B0S, he and William Hvde saw
u man on top of a freisht car in the vards
near the Ix'high railroad bridge which
was being erected at liiiffalo. 1'hev hud
him come down, said the witness! and
Marched him, but found nothing The
man told them he was a watchman for
the McClintio Marshall Company Mc
Manlgal had told of this incident. The
detective said a few hours later the ex
plosion which threw the bridge sidnM.vs
occurred. A train from Toledo was ju'-t
leaving the station in Itufliilo and start
ing for the bridge when the structure
blew up, miicI the witness. j
JACK JOHNSON OUT ON BAIL. I
Pnglllot Itntrrextt-il in fnnrt Dour,
hut Kites mIi Hull.
Chicago, Xov. 1.1. Ju'ck Johnson, the
pugilist, was released on bonds to-dav
by Federal Judge Carpenter, after a week
In the county jail, charged with violating
the Mann act against trafficking in omen.
His chief surety was Matthews Baldwin,
a real estate dealer, who scheduled prop
erty valued at more than J70.0O0. Mr.
Tiny Johnson, tho fighter's mother, ulso
went on the bond.
Assistant District Attorney Hurry A.
Parkin announced that the surety sub
mitted would cover the llvo indictments
against Johnson, who is held in J.Kj.000
v. uounson emerged irom the court
riom detectives served him with a new
Warrant, charging assault on Edwin K.
Weigle, a newspaper photographer who
attempted to take Johnson's picture at
tho county jail a few duvs ugo. The de
tectives took the pugilist to the Kast
Chicago avenue station, where Municipal
Judge Caverly released him on a $100 cush
bond until to-morrow morning, when the
case win tin cauoo.
Mr. Baldwin told tho court he did not
expect to bo indemnified in cuse Johnson
jumped his bail. Ho said he was to get
a foe or I7G0 for signing tho bond and that
ho has tho privilege of having a private
detective accompany Johnson. Baldwin
iu unit ne signeu mo nona out or friend'
ship for Attorney W , G, Anderson.
SCHOOLGIRL KILLED BY AUTO.
nan Over by Machine When II an
nlim Oat to fJreet Her Mother.
Tarrttown, Nov. 15. Running to greet
ner motner, wno was waiting for her to
come out of school, Dorothy Phillips,
years of age, was run over and killed by
un auto driven by John Connaughton of
1098 bimpson street, the Bronx, at noon
to-dav. Connuughton;s machine was one
or tnoso winch were taking a large party
of the pioneer employees of the New
ork telephone Company to IlriarelifT
f.odgo fordinner, Connaughton. althouizh
he says his car was going at a moderate
speed, was unable to avoid hitting the
girl , and sho was killed before her mothor's
ejjs, i no car mrow ner ten teet fn tho air.
Tt.ru. Phillips ran into the roadway and
The Coroner ordered the arrest of John
Conaughlon, the chauffeur At tho in
quest It was shown that tho chauffeur was
not to blame and ba was exonerated
SUBPOENA FOR MR. MORGAN.
L,atT'rr or niup .-nme Wnnta lm tn
I'rnilnee I'm era In Salt.
At tho request of Itollin M. Morimn
n lawyer of this city, Judge Mayer In the
roaerui uistrlct Court yesterday issued
n subpo-na for J. Piorpont Morgan to
appear as a witness at a referee proceed
ing in tho law office of Thornton Karlo
at 38 Park row on November 23, at 11 A, M.
Mr. Karlo was appointed by the court
to take Mr, .Morgan's testimony in tho
uit or J. N. Motley vs. tho Southern
Ball mac I Company, begun in the Federal
District Court for tho Northern district
of Georgia, Itollin M. Morgan represents
the defendant Motley.
J. Pierpont Morgan will be asked to pro
pa certain papers and books supposed
Vli iavo u bcur.ng on the cuse.
EX-SENATOR WHITLOCK HELD.
(ariiitd Jury tip I'rolir f.nrcen)' ChnrMr
Again! Ilriinklyn I.itrryer
Kornwr Senator Thomas C. Whltlock of
Ilrooklyii was ynstorilny hold for the
(Irnnd Jury by Chief MagiHtmte Komnner
Ion a char fie of grand larceny In thn first
I . I .. ! .. It. it
uvKiT-t), KniwiiiK "Hi nt tun ill'tiurc; HH
counsel for Kdwnrtl Deporino, 18 years
of age, who shot and klllod hw mothor
over two years ago bocatiao she hud
married n Hocond time. Cleorco Do
perlno, n lirother of tho accused tmy,
alleges that Whltlock engAgedto conduct
the defence for 11,500 and intimites Hint
ho could "fix" It with County Judge Fawn-It
and District Attorney Clark to get
tho !oy off without punishment.
It was agreed that tho Ikiv should plead
guilty to manslaughter in the first degree,
and it is alleged that before scntonce
was pronounced Whltlock demanded
an additional MOO, the money, as ho Is
alleged to have said, not being for him
but for the Judge and District Attorney.
When his brother was sentenced to Hlng
J Iirino demanded the return of the
rung ior irom miirtoen to twenty years,
VM). but Whltlock said his legal foe wus
At the hearing before Magistrate Kemp
ner Whltlock maintained that hU fee
for handling tho case wan $3,000 and he
empirically denied that there was any
truth in tho story about "fixing" Judge
tuweett and the District Attorney.
Magistrate Kempner, In sending the
... ,l, 1 ...... -J t. . ; . u . .1 i i
J like to have seen you fully exonerated.
1 know what it, mnjltiu fnp n Inwvnr In lm
placed in your position, but I am satisfied
this is n case for a higher tribunal. I
do not lielieve that port of the aftidavit
which says there was some intimation
of a briho to tho District Attornoy and
FISHERIES DISPUTE ENDS
AFTER AHMED YEARS
Notifications of Agreement Are
Exchaiijrert by Knox
Washinoto.v, Nov. IB. Ratifications
of an agreement as to the procedure of
the Cnlled States and Great Britain un
der the Newfoundland fisheries arbitra
tion award were exchanged at the State
Department to-day by Secretary of
State Knox and Ambassador Hryce.
This action marks the final sten In the
adjustment of the cen:ury-old contio
versy between the two Governments as
to he right of their respective na
tions on the Newfoundland flshlnc
The agreement, of which ratifications
were exchanged to-day, was signed In
Washington on July T, 1911'. The
award of the Hague Trlbunul. which
the agreement supplemented, was ren
dered on Sept. 7, J 910. Both the award
and the subsequent detailed agreement
brought substantial x-alns to American 1
fishermen. The ugiecment wus rati
fied by the Senate last summer, 1
One of the questions settled bv the
fisheries arbitration was that neither
Great lirltuln nor Its colonics were ul
liberty to Impose fisheries regulations i
upon American fishermen exercising ,
their treaty rights In the territorial .
waters of Newfoundland and Canada i
unless such regulations were "reason
able" within the meaning of the award.
and that In case of dispute neither
Great Britain nor the fnlted States
mum ne toe ."file judge or tile reason
ableness of such regulations, but that
the I'nited States was entitled In such
cases to have the qustlon of reason
ableness determined by an Impartial
The rules and method of procedure
embodied In the award, as now adopteil
by the agreement Just ratified, secure
this right to the Cnlted States by re
quiring that the Canadian and New
foundland Governments ghe public no
tice of the adoption of new fisheries
regulations affecting American fisher
men In treaty waters at least sIn
months before the opening of the next
following fishing season when such
regulations are Intendeil to go Into er
fect. This minimum period of sl
months Is fixed in order thir before Its
expiration any questions as to the rea
sonableness of ihe legulutlons ma he
presented and passed upon by the per
manent fisheries commission which is
established for that purpose, and which
cun be called upon to pass upon new
regulations within six months' time.
The recommendations of the Hague
Tribunal which have been adopted by
the new agreement with regard to tha
delimitation of bays are substantially
In accordance with the unratified May.
ani-L'iiumijerlaln treaty of 1S8S, with
certain modifications favorable to the
COAL SCARCITY INCREASING.
Ilralrra "ay It l Inerrnalns llnt
look Not KnrnnraKlnif.
Coal dealers in this citr snld yesterday
that the srsreity nf roul was Increasing
every day and optimism would not make
the supply any Inrwer.
With reference to the statement that the
season or navigation on the gteat Ukes
ends on December I, and that after that
time the shipments of anthracite to the
lust would he greatly increased, Joseph
v. ought, deputy commissioner of ths
( oal Merrhunts Association, with hlei
the majority of the coal dealers In the city
urn alllllatcd, said last evening:
"It Is to he hoped that this will be Ihe ease,
ana increahed shipments to New York
could not coma ton soon. If hy the begin
ning of December the shipments to this
city are not largely Increased u number
or people will have no coal,"
It was asserted that the market for soft
coal was growing stronger and that Ihe
pries or bituminous coal has inrreased
rioni 10 to 15 cents a ton within the last
day or two.
O'REILLY GIVES HIMSELF UP.
Has Sln- Vncntrit nnil (inr tn the
Daniel O'ltrllly, sentenced to serve
six months In the HlacKwell's Island
penitentiary Tor bavins received stolen
property In the thetl or $85,000 worth
of securities from Aaron llancroft, who
was item up last March, Ravo himself
up yesterday and spent the nlRht In a
cell on the Island.
O'Hellly had been Rrunted a ctuy until
NovemlKT 19, but ho hud It vacated and
went nlono to the penitentiary yester
day, where he itnvo himself up, saying
that thoUKh he might win on appeal ho
wished no one to have tho opportunity
to say that he was tryltiR to escape
punishment by any dilatory methods.
I.oifice Alan Held on I'orKery Charge
Hsuex Marlon court was parlied to the
iloors yeaterduy mornlnir by 'men ami
women, umnni? them it,ii n.Mn.. -
----, t ,u.,nn finu'
orphans, who weio anxious to see what
JlUKlstrate Annleton wnulil iln n'lii, ai.
fiul II Juworower, counsel for the H'uul
Ifrlth Abraham, who was arruinel ..n n
charge of forgery. Jaworower waa held
under 13,000 ball.
The weather waits for no
Got your overcoat?
Regular overcoats in the
widest variety of fabrics,
rough and smooth.
Fancy overcoats in attrac
tive fuzzy fabrics the
warmth - without - weight"
Storm ulsters with broad
Motor coats oomy, com
fortable, some with belted
Fur coats fur lined and
Black worsted coats with
Persian lamb collar and silk
lining the elegance of a fur
coat without the weight.
bilk plush lined coats not
nearly so expensive as they
sound and most comfort
Everything for the Horse
Evening clothes for
Roosrs Peet Coup any,
Three Broadway Storai
CUMMINS LOSES FIRST
APPEAL ON SENTENCE
Appellate Division Decides
Airainst Former Carnegie
TO CAirilV CASK II 1 ( ; 1 1 Kit
Court of Appeals Next Resort
May (Jo to Prison for t
Year H Mont lis.
William J. Cummins, ho was chair
man of the board of directors of the
Cnrnegm Trut Company at the time it
was cloned and who was found guilty
subsequently or crand larceny on the
Kround that he appropriated four checks
HRpenutinR 140,0oo, must serve his
sentence of not les than four years and
eimu monins or more man eignt years
anil eight months, under a decision by
the Apellate Division of ihe Supreme
Court yesterday. It is extiected that the
ball under which Cummins has been at
liberty will bo continued landing the
decision by tho Court of Appeals.
The opinion of tho court, which waa
unanimous, upholds the acts of .Supremo
Court Justice Davis as trial .ludRe. 'Hie
mot imM)rUut question considered on
anneal ami tno one on wnicn t.Mmm n
has been out on bail on a certificate of
reasonaDio ciount tor about eighteen
months was as to whether he could be
tried after ho had been compelled by
District Attorney Whitman to ro before
the (iruud Jury and give testimony against
ex-City Charnberluiti Charles H. Hyde.
Cummins contended that this testi
mony gavo him Immunity from prose
cut ion and when his case wan called for
trial his lawyer asked to have tho in
dictments against him dismissed be
cause of that testimony. The trial Judge
refused, after tho District Attorney made
affidavit that Cummins disclosed nothing
which was not already known and no
use had lieen made of his testimony in
preparing the case against him for trial.
Presiding Justice Ingraham, writing
a separate opinion on the contention that
Cummins was compelled to givo evidence
uguinst himself, says that if Cummins
thought he should not testify before tho
Grand Jury he should not nave acqui
esced in tho ruling by the Judge direct -him
The checks which Cummins ordered
credits! to his own account, for which
he was convicted, wero drawn on tho
Kmpiro Trust Company for $100,000,
on the Mercuntlle National Bank for
125,000, on the Chase National for $10,000
mm un iuiiuutti iwr-rvn anK ior
i5,00(i. On the day the checks wern cred
ited to Cummins his bahinoe with tho
Carnegie Irust Company waa 1785. It
was charged tJiat two of tho chocks wern
uie property oi ine i aniogie t rust Com
pany and the other two belonged to tho
Nineteenth Ward Hank.
The Appellate Division has not yet
decided the appeal of Joseph II. Relch
mann, the former president of tho Car
negie Trust Company.
JURlico Davis tried both cases. It
was tho protest of formor City Cham
berlain Hyde against being tried before
Justico Davis that enabled him tn delay
his trial for over a year and a half. HUj
case In set for trial next week before
SI'AMiS t-mm TIIK TELMWAVIi,
J"iin i. Bower or Columbin. Ohio,
prnlili'nt nf Ilia lowcr Lumber Com.
ii.inr and brother of Han Vnxn, a well
known attorney anil Ohio politic an. Wi!b
rounrt iWrnl n bed with u revolver ' bullet "J
' iL?,."":,,.,";."" ""train the
...i,,,,..,. i,.r orureiary or state,
flienl S3 c.nt. In a letter notlfylnr Ilia
Herniary of Mtate of Ihla fact ahe aayi:
"ou i may Imatlno the Mate of rtejectfon
to nh rh'I am rt-iliirK, ,.,, I ,.u .. ..; '.
K..'i!!i,,',J:tt2!,''., " ""Pyn the chair of
..mil- tut iiiu nvi rew yeara.
Seven person were Injured, three proh.
ably Mtally. In two afreet car colllilona due
to a dunae fog which enthrouded Ht, l.oula
Nelaon Wiarne, charred with killing
Policeman KritnV Ford laat May at Hoche."
ter. .V u jound guilty of murder In the
R. H. Macy Co.'a
MM, W WJL H"ald Square, fW
In the "Grande Fete Anniversaire"
The Fumed Oak Tudor and Jacobean Chairs pictured above,
typifying a remarkable collection of reproductions of the antique,
are on sale on the Fourth Floor of the Macy Store. Every one
of these pieces breathes the spirit of the old-time craftsman,
whose fine work lasts for hundreds of years. Some show the
stern simplicity of Puritan times. Others, earlier in type,
illustrate the skill of the Flemish woodworker in their scroll
work and turned legs with large acorn husks. Nearly all have
the "gate-leg" structure to be found in so many dearly prized
heirlooms 200 or more years old.
Tha Chair illustrated on the left
the Jacobean style, is priced at SI0.49
(Ik titular Maty ptict Is $15.74).
This Chair and the other two
also is upholstered with genuine
"Spanish" leather, which is supple,
durable and of a rich, warm brown, in
thorough keeping with the antique
The Chair in the middle is priced 'at
tlO.24 (muktly $15.24), and that
RUGS & LINOLEUMS
We offer, in honor of our "Grande Fda Annivcrsaire," some
exceptionally line Wilton and Velvet Seamless Rugs and some
specially priced Inlaid and Figured Cork Linoleums.
Seamiest Wilton Rugt.
27 in. x 54 in.. $4.04
36 in. x 63 in.. $6.74
6 ft. x 9 ft.. $25.24
8; ft. x ioy, ft.. $38.74
9 ft. x 12 ft.. $41.89
The Wilton Rugs, made of the finest varus, dyed with the
finest imported dyes from Germany, are in Oriental and two
tone effects in shades of rose, blue." green and brown. Borders
are either in solid colors, in double bands of harmonized colors,
or in the Egyptian key design.
The Velvet Rugs, copied from Oriental originals in medallion
effects, are in soft snades of rose, green, tan. ecru and brown.
Inlaid and Figured Cork Linoleums
The patterns are tile, parquet, lloral and geometrical. Some
of the patterns in these have a slight misprint, which does not.
of course, affect the wear, and is usually so small as to be hardly
noticeable. The Inlaid Linoleum is in the 2-vard width, and
the figured in 4-vard. The 4-vard width enables one to cover
a large room without a seam.
Inlaid Linoleum. Figured Cork Linoleum.
Mac;'s regular price (sq. d.), fl.19 Macy's regular price Oq. yd.), 69c.
Macys special price (sq. yd.), 89c. Macy's special price (sq. yd.), 44c.
High-Grade Axminsier Carpets
7 C Many of them with 5-8 d. borders to match. Can J fkC
f iyd ,nnfk int0 URS ar)y s,zc- Arc 'n combinations if yd.
of rose, tan, green, mahogany and brown, in soft
pastel shades. The regular price elsewhere is fl.SO a yard.
I fit Floor. Hrnil
A Real, Old Fashioned Country Fair '
and National Agricultural Exposition
71st REGIMENT ARMORY
33d and 34tk Sts. nd Park Ave.
Optn 10 a.m. t II p.m. Dally-SunJau I p.m. to II p.m.
Kalienkom't Orchestra Jljttrnaon and Evening
Special Concerts Today and Sunday
$20,000 FOB THIRSTY HORSES.
Rraldfa Koanlalna Mr a. .Noble Made
ft. I'. C, A. Rraldnarr l.ricatee.
A bequest of $20,000 to tho American
Society for the Prevention of Cruelty
to Animals to provide drinking foun
tains In New York city for horses and
doKS Is loft In the will of Mrs. Kllza-
both F, Noble, who tiled In Itrlstol
county, Massachusetts. As one, of the
residuary legatees of the eslato the ho.
clety received an additional 131,706, and
the same amount went to tho Children's
Aid Society, tho Now York Society for
Improving the Condition of the Poor, the
Five Points Mission and the State aiso.
clatlons of the Y. M. C. A. of miotic-1
lula nil nrl Xt aaankitiiAllai I
The will left direct bequests of 110,000 .
i-nvji vi me .TiiMlllbm .VJIBSIUII UI1I1 tllC
New York Deaconess's Training School
nnd $5,000 each to the Uomn for Incura
bles und the Society for the Heller of
Ruptured and Crippled.
The transfer tax appraisal shows that
Mrs. Noble hajl an estate of $834,098,
nearly all of wlilch was left In tho will
to the Institutions named. I Ior heirs nl
law brought suit to sut aside the will
and when the suit was on trial the case
was compromised, giving tho heirs n
n.rtt. . . U tll.lnl..!. I .11 .... , ...
llrfoaea nig Oracc Chnrrh Halar)',
MlLWAt'Kt v:, Wis., Nov. IS. The Itov.
Kroclerlok Kdward of St. Jumes Churcfc,
Milwaukee, hu tlcclined nil offer of Iho
nsslstant rectorship of Oraoe Church, Nnw
York. Ills Milwaukee- clturch, laon or the
leuilliiir bplHrnpnl churches in the North
west. Dr. Kdwarda declined tho offer on
tho plea that he ha-t an Important work to
accomplish In making. Ills present church, a
downtown edifice, un Institutional church.
Attraction AraThalr Low Prloat
Broadway, 34th to 35th 3t.
on the right is priced $8.74 (rttularly
priui at Macy's $13.24).
Among the rest of the pieces all
odd ones that are specially priced
are: Sofas at $12.24 (rt(ularly $18.24) an J
38.74 (rttularlu $U.24 Arm Chairs from
$8.49 (rttularly $12.74) to $20.49 (regularly
$30.74). A tery fine "fatt-ltf" Table is
$12.49 (retularly $18.74) and there are
Side Chairs. 'Rotkcrs'anJ'Cormr Chairs at
Inlaid & Figured
Seamiest Velvet Rugs
9 ft. x 12 ft., $21.48
8JX ft. xioKft.. $18.24
I'. N. Oltleer
and Water jump,
lltlll- Mali .'UMr .
Stella Stavhew Roynl
iJinalle liakera. Kortl
l.-lie,-. lit other hi; acta
"'u JL" n-ru" J'- "UJ'
y THIS AFTERNOON AT2:3wf
Grand Auction Sale of"
I'romh, Flemish, Hrimmls mul lt.iu
vn U, of IteiuilsNnnce and other perJods,
nnlmlMteriMi in AiiIiiinoii, Kimllsh
Neeillowork, I'ellt nnd (IrtM Point,
llltONZCM. NT AT I AHV A.M
Slo I'Klli Ave.
( I. .1 a
L Mil. JAM
nd B WK8T 4STII 8T.
V.i P. HI 1,0. Auctlonter.
IfaMI Mnrnlnr. Afternoon ItsMI
Wll and Cvriilnr. fTW
m Concern by
VttV seam in tne fMZJl
CtOTHING, FURNISHINGS AND HATS
roit umn, both and o n t i d r b n
We have claimed that our Furnishings are the
"Best in Town." You have an opportunity to
prove it by sharing in these offerings:
The - new Imperial Scarf, that we introduced
and which is being copied everywhere, is here
in a large variety of new designs. For Satur
day we offer $1.50 and $2.00 Qualities ... .$1.15
Broken lines of high-grade Knitted Neckwear,
Values up to $2.50 (At Broadway Store Only) 95c
A Special Showing of new ideas in Knitted Four-In-Hands,
generally advertised as $1.50 and
$2.00 Qualities $1.15
$1.00 Silk Imperial Scarfs 65c
When We say that the BROWNING Special Glove
is positively the best value that can be obtained
anywhere, we are prepared to prove it $1.10
A Genuine Mocha Glove, Regular $2.00 Value $1.50
BROWNING, KING & CO.
Broadway & Sixth Avenue, between 31st and 32nd Street.
Cooper Squn c oppoilte Ii Strcc .
Brooklyn: Fw ton at DeKalb Ave.
Aft. at J
r.t. at 8.
M'lntlll tliu Scrlea nf New Speetaclcs.
IEST SEATS AT MATINEES $1.00
Uf MTFR BIRDEM Phone IJCoU. I'.ve.
niHICII MJinUCn , Mailuee To-day a I.
t.K, Week nf i'ASSIMI SHOW OF lWl'J
Vtel. Ke :ertrade Hoffmann.
UO "llroadiva In I'arlf."
nAI Y'Q n'iny Wlh St r.virv 8:1S.
itiVu?."- THE RED PETTICOAT
' uiiii iii:i.i:.s lohui.i..
THKATUi:, lh i:. of H v.
Kvr S 15. llal To-il,v ::13.
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anth.it.nua.. I9ih. nr. Il'y, Ual,To-day 4 Kil. I
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FAVEhSHAM'S JULIUS CAESAR
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WEBER & FIELOSuWom&
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llldur. Itel". Conductor. Herlt.
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Itolhler, (illly. Condurlor. Kluranl.
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Hcottl, .scRMirolv Conductor. I'olacco.
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A SCBAPE 0' THE PEHjfe'
HOTELS ANI BiaTAIRANTS.
14th Street, near Fourtk Avenue.