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THE SUN, MONDAY, JUNE 2, 1913.
HAVANA BAND PLAYS
FIRST PARK CONCERT
Policemen Marching to St. Patrick's for Memorial Service
I'itocn Thousand Persons Ap
plnud Musicinns From
STOVKH HELPS CRIPPLE
Opens Lane for Girl, Who For
gets Pnin 3Vliilo Uston
ing to Music.
I The Havana Municipal nand from the
cruiser culm that twisted at the ttnvell
tfriK of tho Maine monument Kavo a
concert on the Mall In Central Park
yesterday afternoon before about 15,
It tvns tlie first of the open air Mim
mer concert? anil Knltennorn's orches
tra was whnliiled to give ten numbers
between I nnd o'clock. The Cuban
band of forty pieces played for nn hour
On th eilfre of the crowd wan a crip
pled plrl In a wheel chair. Her mother
Mid another worn in with her tried to
push the chair near the bandstand. The
crowd refused to plvc way.
Park Commissioner Stoer from his
elevated position on the bandstand no
ticed the Incident and sent n policeman
to open n lane and the chair was
vhecled near tho stand.
The, mother explained that Rood
music hud a remarkable effect on the
girl, that she forgot nil her pain.
There was one number that won
warm praise for the Cuban musician.
This was "Tribute nl Maine." composed
by Marin Varona.
The proKrammo opened with "The.
Star Spnnsled H.tnner" nnd a march,
The audience displayed most enthusi
asm when the band played a medley
of Cuban airs and sans;. The people
wanted an encore and the Cttlmns com
piled. There were several operatic
selections and the band concert ended
with the Cuban national anthem. There
were many Cuban around the band
stand nnd they stood up. The Ameri
cans, Rticsslnt; tho nature of the music,
followed their example.
The Cubans pot a round of cheerinp,
and then Commissioner Stover made a
"This concert and demonstration will
cement still more closely the friendship
not only between Cuba and the I'nited
States but between Havana anil this
city." he said. "We have Just listened
to music by a municipal band; ul
thoiiKh New York, has no such band, I
havo hopes that this city will have one
lejfore this summer Is over. Havana
la ahead of us In this matter.
"Let me say to you Cubans that we
ttave fl.iin. you nn extreme honor, not
only did you hold tlrst place at the
monument hut you have, opened the
concert season in this city with a band
Instead of with an orchestra.
"1 am informed that you men of
Cuba would now be on the hlfth seaa
on your return were It not that the
Cuban Government cabled to you to
stay over Sunday to play for the peo
ple. In the name of the Mayor and
tho people of this city I thank you,
nnd I thank your t'.nvernment."
The concert season in Prospect Park,
Brooklyn, wiii opened yesterday nfter
noon at 3 3o o'clock by the t'nlted
German Stnit.-iH, numbcrlnK about 100
voices. Thev were assisted by Shannon's
Twenty-third Iteclment band.
Tho event commemorated the InOth
anniversary of the birth of Richard
Wasner nnd the programme was made
up larcely of hl compositions. A crowd
attended the concert
SUICIDES DUX TO WALKER CASE.
Many Chnnae Hlrhlnrltle on I. rum
Ins of Pnlnleaa Death.
The lure of a painless death haa bn
Btronu u;ioti many irn slnre the pub
lication I.iKt week of the story of H. Han
dera Walker, a hanker of Mncon, C.n , who
took Wrhlnrlde of nvrrtiry hy mistake.
His rihyslilnns Tver unable to resist the
slow, but t:Hi1y prnresses of the amall
amount of pnlsnn that remained In hla
system even lifter treatment. The fart
that no nu-dlenl attention could atay the
ndvanoe of death and that It came without
pain la believed to have attracted many to
take amall doses of bichloride of mercury
as a suicidal agent.
There aio two rases In this city which
phvslclans lielev are traceable, to the.
Vtnlker episode and yeMerdav's telegraph
ileppatcliex told about a Klrl who said she
had heard the Walker story and there,
upon determined to end her life in that
wnv The .Inurnnl of the American Medl.
til Association In Its Saturday Issue
in.ils thN comment:
"Although sufli accidents have occurred
many tlnv. this case was featured by
newspapers of the country day after day
and the Idea conveyed that Mr. Walker
was havtriK n Kood time, although know,
tntr he was golnB to die.
"It Is a pity that tho afnee of rsapon
slblllty to the. public la no little developed
In the editor (or those, responsible for the
policies) of such papers as those that fea
tured tho Walker accident."
WORLD'S FIRE CHIEFS TO MEET.
Illatnrr of Fire FtKlitlnn Will Be
Shotrn in Inhibits Here.
Flic chiefs from nil over the world will
attend the forty-first International con
vention of Urn enKlnters to bo held In
this i Ity next September. Practically
every American city will be represented
and the chlefx of the departments of Lon
don, I'arls, Amsterdam, f.'bpenhaRPti, Kdln
burBh and many other I'uropean cities
hav nsMmd the committee that they will
Tim history of fire flRhtlnK will be
rehllstli ally portrayed hy an exhibition
of appiinilua, from the most old fashioned
painplu t nulla to the most modern Inven
tions, In (iriind Central Palace, nn Krl
d.iv, Sipteinber fi. will come the firemen's
I'.uude, followed by the dedication of the
riremen'H Memorial monument on Illver
t d" lirlvt
Many local business men have con
' mted to the J25.000 fund for the enter
mi' nt of the visitors. The Standard
i I'onipiuiy of New York nt n check
J I, ""n, tlm largest single contribution.
.' HOOTS SELF DEAD IN HOTEL.
" "glalcrcil nt the Herald Square a
. Ileknnd nf Albany.
will dt eased man, about thirty-six
uih old. who registered at the Herald
quar" lintel as A. Iidtand of Albany
as found dead In his room there yester
ty with a levolver In hla right hand,
ie bad put a bullet through his head,
'obody In the hotel he-ard the shot,
Hn hud nothing that would lead to his
lentlficutlon and brought no luggage,
At.kanv. June 1. Tho police to-night
aid they had been unable to find any
fntnMy intiu'U itexantt in Aioany.
rupilist nnrt Two Fined
Encli, While Fourth Gets 10
Days for (Jettinp; iniiik.
One Hound Hopnn, the puclllst. and
three companions pleaded cullly to In
toxication before MiiKlHtrntp Appleton
In the Vett Side court yesterday. They
continued their celebration of Decoration
Day Into Saturday and went to the river
as the result of n bet by one of the quar
tet that he could swim to the nnchored
warships. The nrrest of the four by
Policeman Kgnn of the Went Sixty
elshth atreet station followed.
I'Kan testified that .Joseph Cnrtwrlcht
of "32 West Sixty-seventh street ran
down the pier at Seventy-ninth Mtreet
In hla underwear nnd had to be rescued
from drowning by men in n launch.
Kpan said that after he chased the four
away thoy heKnn to tease a fruit seller.
Then he arrested them.
Iloan told the police he was Walter
Davis, a clerk, nnd that he lived nt fiOS
Amsterdam nventie. In court yesterday
he told Mnclstrate Appleton he -was a
painter doltiK odd Jobs around Hulr.er's
Harlem Htver I'ark. Then 'he admitted
he was the ''tine Round" punlINt.
The Maslstrate fined him and his com
panions, Martin Darry. n bnrtendcr of
240 West Sixty-seventh street nnd
Joseph Smith, a chauffeur of 27 West
Sixty-fourth street. each. He sen
tenced Cartwrlsht to the Island for fif
As Darry has n family the MnslMrntc
sucKi-sted that Smith, who has a Kood
position, pay the others' tines, t'nrt
wrlxht due Into his pocket nnd handed
the requisite amount to Darry. Mauls
trnte Apjdeton was moved by the act.
"Any man who has fifteen days faclnc
him." he said, "and Is wIllInK to cive
money to a man who Is RettlnK off easier
than he Is can't he n bad after nil.
I'll make your sentence, ten days on the
t'artwrlKht's penalty was the more
severe becatue of tho fact that less than
a week hro he had been fined $M hy
Magistrate, Kernochen for throwlnc
bottles at policemen.
GIRL HURT IN PARK RUNAWAY.
Horse Shlea nt Antn nn Rnat Drive
and Dnahea Into Fence.
A horse harnessed to a surrey driven
by OeorRe A. Onderoiik, an undertaker
of B2 Kast KlKhty-sixth street, slil-d at
an automobile on the east drive, Pentral
Park, at 101th street yesterday and ran
away. The animal ran Into a rustic fence
at lOSth street and the waKon was upset.
Onderonk, Miss Oltra 7icker, 1!) years
old, of 33! Kast Klality-slxth street, and
Miss Ida Kurliy were thrown out. Miss
.flicker's knees were badly bruised. She
was attended by Hr Taylor of the Flower
The surrey was ownd by Miss Znlcker's
father, Philip .nicker.
RUNAWAY DRAGS POLICEMAN.
IteMr. Thrown n- Mnrae, Foot
fViaicht In Stirrup,
Mounted Policeman Thomas Reldv of
the Morrlsanla station waa thrown from
hla saddle yeaterday afternoon when his
mount bolted at Hunt'a Point and Seneca
avenue, The Itronx, An automobile siren
frlirhtened the hoise,
Heldy'a font raiiKht In one of the etlr
riifis, but ho manac'd to keep a Rrlp on
the reins an his head nan bumped aloiin
the uround. The horse was stopped after
a run of live blocks,
Heldy's nose ami one of hla wrists were
broken and his fare was full of gravel
and sand where It scraped the ground.
He was taken to the Lebanon Hospital,
FOUR HURT BY STREET CARS. '
Ttto Children. Woman mid h Man
Inlnrrd In Three Arcldrnta, j
Frank Koru, 3 years old, and Ills
brother, Thomas, 9 years, of 2'i Fasti
Nineteenth street, were struck by a First
avenue trolley car at Twentieth street '
yesterday, llnth were cut nnd bruised.
Margaret Dally, && years, 3H2 ICIeventh I
avenue, was knocked down by a trolley
car at First avenue and Twenty-sUth I
street. She was taken to ltellevue Hos
pltal with cuts and bruises,
Thomas Donnelly, 49 years old, '246 Kast
Thlrty-seentli street, got a fractured!
skull when a Second avenue car knocked
hlni down ut Thirty-fourth street. He
was taken to lli iievue.
BOY KILLED IN CROWD OF 12.000
nun Orer hr i'ur In Thron nt .w
nrk llnll I'nne.
Itobert ISssltig, r years old, of 70 Berlin
street, Newark, was run over and killed
by a two car trolley train at Avenue I.
and Magazine street, Newaik, lnt,e yc.
The accident took place, in a crowd of
UVirin baseball fans leaving the game be.
tween the Newark and Jersey City cluhi.
Tho boy became confused and ran tn front
of the car.
COMMISSIONER AND MRS. Vi ALDO.
POLICE MOURN DEAD COMRADES.
Memorial Mervlcre at M. I'ntrtrk'a
Attended li 4,nMI.
Forty-five humlred policemen In uni
form marched Into St. Patrick's Cathedral
Ute yesterday afternoon to attend the
annual nu mortal service.
At their head was ChUf InJ"'tor
Schmlttberser. hl entire staff and a hun
dred or mure captains and lieutenant.
Commissioner Wald i and all his depu
ties had pews In the front.
In his seimon their chaplain, the Hev
Dr. Francis .1. Sullivan, !.feiid to the
time of the Apotli s.iylm.-, "Slnwn Mag
nus tried to bribe thm t.i svll tli. nner
to perform miracles, mni th y withstood
"Vour duty to your fHlo nt m," he
s.tld, "Is to do to him a" you would hue
hlni do unto ou. and ;.our d'ii to our
selves Is to Ik- always honest, uprli-'ht and
conscientious, so that hiiAlriK im unmanly
or sinful act to hide you i.in face any
man, look hlni Mralght in the e and
have no fear.
"Vou will have our tilals and tnliula
tlons. Kcn In our courts, nt times, you
would think the policeman was the one
on trial, and not the prisoner, from the
treatment accorded him by soni" of our
MiiKistratei and .lude.
"Men, you ll.'ie been criticised, plotted
aualnst and lh'd about, but you hae done
our duty well, vny well, Ilxeil up to your
oath of ofllic and given our city lt best
protection against an almost unheard of
waic of crime, and when the clouds pass
away our citizens will tealUe jour true
Cardinal Farley could not attend. Mitr.
I.ivelle made the Introductory temarks.
I. W. W. FANS STRIKE SPIRIT.
Peterson Workmen Priced to 4'n
tlnne Pickets at Mill.
PATT.nsoS, N. .1., June 1.- It vuis c.
dent from the talk of the I. W W agita
tors to 12,00(1 strikers at the Hnledon
meeting this afternoon that they fear no
break In the strike In the ue.ii future.
Haywood, Tresca. I.esslg, Miss Kllia
beth Curie - Flynn and the others urged
nil hands to get on the picket line to-morrow
morning, especially at the Auger &
Simon and the lloldsmdii plants, where
tumor has had It that the strikers In
tended to go back to work.
"You have got the bosaea where the
wool Is short," said Haywood.
Miss Flynn announced that she waa
suffering from the effects of a alight at
tack of sunstroke. She said the strikers
are fortunate In securing for their head
quartets tile Dornmus homestead In Water
street, said to have been one of Oen.
Washington's numerous headquarters.
"It was a political revolution when
Washington used It," she exclaimed.
"Now It Is hi Itu: used for an Induatrlal
Seventeen-year-old Hannah Silverman,
who, big Mill Haywood says, Is "the gieat
est little I, W W. woman In America,"
made tier debut as a speaker to-day. She
said she had been sent to the county Jail
three times during the stilke nnd will
surely be on the picket line to-morrow.
PRISON LIFE KILLS SMUGGLERS.
Three tnrrnnib In Tubereiiloala aal
fourth Is llliipr of lllaeaaa.
San FnsNi'lsco. Cal., June I, Fate In
the form of quick consumption has over
come three of the most active chiefs of
tlm ring which fnimerly smuggled Into
California hundreds of Chinese coolies
every year, while the fourth member of
the ring In elyliig of tlm samn disease,
The gang inn e'oollcs from Knsenada,
Mexico, to San Francisco and cleaned up
thousands nf dollars, ns each conllo paid
1600 for entrance'.
In tho last three months Kthel Hall,
probably thu nunt noted woman smuggler
of the present day, succumbed to tubercu
losis, as have Capt, WilllHm Kundgren
and Antonio Felix, her former aweet heart,
The lust conicted smuggler to fall a prey
to the white plague In three months is
Capt. Charles F May. who was sent to
the Alameda county Jail on a six months
term after his attempt to smuggle ashore
a boatload of opium.
Doctoia attribute these dcatha to con
finement In prison.
DIVORCE CHIEF TOPIC
Bishop (Sreer Leaves Out Cliiinvre
of Name in Convention
Bishop Greer Impressed upon the
minds of tho Kplscopal rectors and
congregations of New York yesterday
the Importance of the ICpiscopal General
Convention, which Is to meet In tula
city In October. He enumerated In
a letter sent to nil of them, and read
In the churches, n variety of Impor-
I tunt topics that will come before the
He does not, however, mention the
, change of name, a question that Is
expected to occupy more time and cause
more hitter debate than any other mat
ter. Hlshop Greer mentioned the fol
lowing chief topics:
"Uniform laws on marrlnse and dl
vorce with the accompanying question of
health certificates before marriage as pre
scribed by the Chicago Cathedral and by
a growing number of parishes; Church
unity, which will report on the success
of committees that arc to visit Lngland
and the Continent this summer; tellg!ou
education, for which a new board was
created three .eara ago! and missionary
work, the official board's Income having
doubled within the last few years."
Hlshop Greer nntiounces that Hlshop
Lawrence of Massachusetts will preach
the opening sermon In St. John's Cathe
dral on the morning of October 8.
One hundred nnd fifteen Hishops will sit
In the upper house and fiio clergy and
laymen In the lower.
Committees In great numbers hnve
already been named to nsist In the
convention entertainment. Among them
Is one of tho ISronN Church I'nion, aim
ing; to cooperate with chnrchoM of The
Itronx in entertaining the convention,
attending s-cslons of Its missionary
meetings and having preachers n
A rally will lie held also In the Ilronx
Church IIiine, at which the speaUerp
will be representatives of ICplscopal,
Presbyterian nnd Methodist cliurches,
and deputations from nil Hronx
churches of nil nnmes will be invited.
There will bo n missionary exhibit
In the parish house of St. Michael'
Church. Amsterdam nvenue nnd Ninety-ninth
street, and 200 young people
will net ns guides nnd booth attendants.
WOULDN'T QUIT HIS DOG SPOT.
nt It C'oata William f.1 fnr A r so
men! nt lloanltnl.
At daybreak yesterday William Wins
ton, a negio, who lives at T.s Grove street,
appeared at St. Vincent's Hospital with
his dog Spot. William had had his rlxht
hand pretty well clieweil up trying to pull
Spot from another deig and Spot had both
e'ars torn. The negro asked that lie and
his dog be admltb'd nnd treated. Night
Watchman Thomas C, Morgan refii'ed to
"You can go In," said the watchman,
"hut you can't take the dog. Or your
dog will be admitted, bu tyoti will have to
"I'll no where Spot goes," replied Will
iam, "and he will go where I go."
There was an argument, followed by
the negro', arrest. Magistrate House In
Jefferson Market court fined him tf on a
disorderly condut charge. William went
out searching for a dog hospital.
WESTON STARTS HIKE TO-DAY.
Veteran Ttrclns 1,noil .Mile Walk tn
Minneapolis nt iiod,
Edward Payson Weston, the young man
of 75 who tramps across continents, will
leave the College of the City of New York
nt noon to-day on his 1,500 mile walk to
Minneapolis, He expects to reach Min
neapolis on Satunlay, August In time
to help lay the cornerstone nfMhe new
Hn says this probably will be his last
appearance as a pedestrian,
"A lot of doctors have snld tills walk
will kill me," he said yesterday, with a
grin. "Hut I'll have a good many mllea
left In me after 1 get through, 1 can tell
Mr. Weston hopes to arrive at Chicago
on July 9, Hn will follow the File Hall
road tn Chicago, and fiom theie on the
Chicago (Hid Northwestern.
D0O ON BOARDWALK BITES GIRL.
Colli l,rn nn Child anil Tear Her
A collie cnUHcd n eiimnmlldii In n crowd
of promenadera nn tlie !imrdwnll at
Itncknway Hencli Intn yeaterday nfli rnoon
liv tllninlttir iiiinti I. Hi., 1 .on !.
of 2f .Smith Hond nvenue, Itockmvitv i
Ileach, na Hltn wna tnddlliiK n few feet !
Ithead nf her mother, Mra. Mnrttaret I,ee,
The do lilt lief on the cheelt, The wound
wiih cauterized hy Dr. I.nnea of the Iteiohu- I
way Ileach HoHpituI, I
The dnir. wiih owned hv M'liiinn, ii..i I
land of 17 Hogth Tlnyvlew avenue, Hock
nway Hencli, who Kiild H lind nn nveralnn
to children. The Board of Health waa
notified to txtmlne the doc for rabtti.
Today Comes the Important
June Sale of Summer Blouses
7,100 Blouses from Seven Different Makers
Every b!ouse is fresh as June itself. Some of the models are not more than
two weeks old. Majority are not more than six weeks old. Lingerie, cotton
crepe, linen, voile, tub silk, striped china silk, crepe de chine, white chiffon swiss.
27 styles at $2, regularly $2.75
blouses at $2.50, regularly $3.50 to $4.50
blouses at $3, regularly $5
blouses at $3.75, regularly $6 to $7.50
blouses at $5, regularly $7.50 and $8
blouses at $6, regularly $10
blouses at $6.75, regularly $10
To enumerate the styles would be Im
possible. That many of them have hardly
been seen in New York at the regular prices
nnswer for their newness.
We promise you that they are the best we
can recall ever having presented in a first
of June occasion.
Linen and china silk waists as well as cot
ton, even for $2.
The entire Main Aisle and much of the Blouse Store on the Third floor, Old
Building, will be devoted to this June Salebeginning this morning.
A. T. Stewart & Co.
MRS. GRACE'S DIVORCE
SDIT COMES DP TO-DAY
llonriiiff Tnkos Place in IMiiln
dolphiH and She Is Con
fident of Winninp.
Pim.Atin.nttA. June 1. The trial of
the suit for divorce of Mrs. W.'Ople
Grace against her husband tn Atlanta
ll-ted for n hearing In this city to
Mrs. Grace Is again at her mother's
home. She Is confident that she. will
Ik- successful In the effort to free herself
from the man whom she was accused
of trying to kill.
'I hope to be free from that man for
ever." said Mrs. Grace to-day. "The
world has never known what I had to
endure from him and now that 1 shall
have the opportunity to tell what he
did to me I know that opinion will
chnnge. It la true that eentlment waa
all against me because of the part that
1 was assumed to hnve taken In the
shooting, hut I shall expose hltn to
morrow If I am called to explain the
charges upon which I base my grounds
"I have had enough of men like him.
Since my acquittal I have been more
careful than ever of my associates nnd
I tell you that the costly lesson 1 have
learned has taught me to beware. When
n woman has n little money she Is n
mark for designing men.
" men I am free again I tell you It
will be a long time before any man can
court me. The experiences thnt I have
had, the sufferings nnd the heartaches,
all because I was merely a woman who
liked pleasure, were more than t would
ever suffer ngaln, and I hnve resolved
to live my life singly nnd only fnr my
own little e-on."
Grnco ha been aerved hy publication
to appear hero to defend the ault, 8o
far hla wife's attorneya have heard
nothing from the counsel for the de
fendant, and If no appearance Is en
tered to-morrow Mrs. Grace will he
called to the atnnd, her libel In dlvnrro
will he rend nnd after she has sworn
the decree probnbly will ho awarded by
Colorado Is a Wonderful
Place for Children
I don't know any plarn where children
nro bo bonolilfd from ft fnw wocks of
outdoor lifo tin they am in Colorado.
Tho summer life them is about as ideal
ns inn l imagined, ant! you can live
there comfortably, and nt modnratneost. !
II is easy t ro lo Colorado-only onn
chuttK"' of curs, and tho trains am so
luxurious and modern, with their Pull
mans and dining curs, and elect rio liRhtH
and patent ventilators, that tho trip is
a (ireat pari of the pleasure.
Stop at the office, or write for informa
tion. l-t me help plan a trip for you.
That's what I'm hern for. Let tne send
you a booklet on Colorado, with maps
and pictures describinc the country and
tclliiiK about tho hotels and boarding
houses, their attractions und clmrRtf.,
I.el hid tell you ftlwnit the low price
excursion tickets. Call or wrile frr a
i roe copy 01 our nooKiet on Colorado.
W- JIkTR7'.!i',,'l Art., l'Mr llept., f B. A
Sadl'Stji'MO? Uroli"'' Nt" Votk IHC Tel.
Wonderful embroidery effects In color;
charming hand-embroidered blouses and quan
tities of fine laces make the- collection most
In it will be found high as well as low
necks, long and short sleeves.
There is an exquisite model at $6.75
white chiffon with shell pink lining.
1, EARL & WILSON'S
1.50 to 10.00
AGAIN SWAT MUNSEY'S PLAN.
Nineteenth District Leaders Com
mend Foea of Amalicamatlon.
Assembly district e halrmen. State com
mitteemen and other political leaders
nf the Nineteenth Congress district
heaved another swat nt Frank A. Mun
sey's scheme to amalgamate Republicans
and Progressives yesterday by ndoptlng
resolutions commending Progressive Hep
resentatlves In Congress for the Arm stand
they have taken against his proposition.
The resolution wilt, he r.nt to Congress
man Walter M. (."handler and Congress
man Victor Murdoch.
Whatever your chest
We carry it !
Our suits ranee from
youths' 32 chest to great biglPATERSON
Men 5 size, 54 inches.
Aseriesof "longs," "stouts,"
"shorts" and "regulars" that
makes it possible to fit men
of all builds.
A range which is obviously
unusual when you see the
great number of patterns for
each individual size.
Every pattern exclusive,
$18 to $48.
By way of adding comfort
to comfort, our newest Nor
folks, besides having the
plaited back, have an extra
plait folded into the under
The idea is to give easier
shoulder play, as when for
instance, you're swinging a
Our punniest customer
drops in to pun
"The cheapest hat I ever
bought was a Bangkok for
which I paid you $6.50 last
year; ,'t went all through
Europe with me and to-day
I find it as good as when I
Rogers Peet Company
Three Broadway Stores
at at m
Warren St. 13th St. 34th St.
Broadway, Fourth Avenue
Eighth to Tenth Street
NKH tORK'S I.KADISjfi TIIKATRKS
EtJPM BU'way, 40 St. Kir., h 30.
Kmnn Bit .Manners Wert. . ist : 30
I.4ST MCIITH-I.AST 3 IIA1H.
!!! BILLIE BURKE
in the Ainarmg "Till". A t 4 Zil.NN."
tv i.as r nu;ii r m:. r m a i t mm .
KMCKEHIIOCKKIt. Il'w.ir .t .mth St,
Kvrs. s hhsrp. Mats. Wed, & Sal :,
JULIA SANDERSON :,!,,,
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