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THE SUN, THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1913.
SUES LOST HUSBAND
WHO HAS GROWN RICH
Savs lie Left Her ntui Their Six
Children Penniless Here
OWNS HALF A BIG STORE
Hon Went to Sell Goods and
Found MiHNing Father
Defence Is Divorce.
The story of how a man left hit
wife and lx children penniless In New
Tork thirteen years ago and how the
oldest son, who had obtained employment
as a travelling salesman In support the
family, walked Into the largest depart-1
ment store In Mina, Ohio, years later, to
sell Roods and found that one of th
ownei of the store was his father of
whom all trace had been lost, was told
to Supreme Court Justice Qlegerlch
Affidavits reciting this unusual tale
were submitted to Justice QleKerlch on an
amplication bv Mrs. lteboecu Lew of 4G0
Kast 171st street, The Hronx, for J100 1
a week alimony pending a suit against
Charles 1). levy for separation on the
(round of abandonment,
Mrs. Levy told the court that her tins-1
band's business In Lima Is worth at least
$300,000; that he Is Hvlne In luxury
with another wife and their two children.
Mrs. I-cvy has five sons who are minors,
and a daughter over 21, who Is self-sup-porting.,
She married the defendant, then known
s David Levy, In 18HS, Mrs. lvy said. He
opened it candy store nt Klshty-flrst street
and Avenue A, and Mrs. I.evy helped him
In the store. Her husband gave a bill of
sale of the candy store to his brother-in-law
In 1900, and then abandoned her and
her six children without means of sup
port and disappeared. She tried to earn
a livelihood for them nil, but found It
necessary to put some of her children In
the Hebrew Orphan Asylum.
The affidavit of Mrs. Levy said that
after her husband left New York he went
to McKecaport, Pa., and finally to Lima,
where he lias become half owner In a de
partment store doing a business of J2".".
000 a year. Mrs. Levy believes her hus
band's profit Is nt least $20,000 a year.
"In spite of my husband's wealth he
refuses to support me and my children,"
said Mrs. Levy. "Through the Interven
tion of friends he has sent me S a week
occasionally, but that Is all."
Harry Levy, th son. told In an affidavit
of his meeting with his father In the
tore. He was invited to his father's
Mr. Levy's defence is that he obtained
divorce from tho plaintiff In Youngs
town. Ohio, and that she had proper noti
fication. Mrs. Levy denies this, saying
that no pnpers were ever served on her
and that she knew nothing about the
divorce and remarriage unt'll the ground
of the defence were disclosed In this suit
Justice Olcgcricli, in view of the de
fence, dismissed the motion on the con
sent of the attorneys and It was said that
a compromise whs made by which a cer
tain sum will be paid to Mrs. Levy of
New York. Khe expects 'to continue her
separation suit nevertheless and to at
tack the validity of her husband's second
TO FINISH SUBWAY CONTRACT! .
tevrns Co. Itrrelren Get IVrmL
ton to I as tie- Bonds.'
That the bankrupt John F. Stevens Con
struction Company Intends to complete Its
contract with the city to construct section
No 1 of the new Lexington avenue sub
way was assutcd yesterday by an order
Issued by JudKn Julius Mayer In the
United States District Court, allowlns the
company's receivers to Issue 126,000 worth
of receivers' certlMeates for the purpose of
carrying on the work.
Hefoic the company filed Its voluntary
petition In bnnkiuptcy last .Monday It had
completed one-ninth of Its contract with
the city, for which It will receive a part
payment of approximately $40,000 some
time this week. Thin, together with the
money raised on the certlilcates. will be.
sufficient to carry on the work for some
time, ns the company's weekly payroll on
this particular Job amounts to only about
It la likely that the receivers will ap
ply for authority to Issue more certificates
whenever the, occasion demands, as the
completion of the contract with Its $100,
000 profit to the company Is regarded ns
the best path to a reorganisation nnd the
payment of the concern's creditors In full.
DOPEY BENUIE ACCUSES COPS.
Saia They f.nt Mini Into llatlnay
and Brat Hint.
The Orand Jury yesterday got a re
quest from Henjamln Fein, known as
Dopey Flennle, that he he allowed to testify
against four policemen whom Fein ac
cuses of beating him. Fein was arrested
on August 10 by Hergt. Patrick E. Sheri
dan of the Clinton street station charged
with assault and Is out on bail.
Sheridan says that Fein struck him
when Sheridan was telling a bath house
keeper near Forsyth and Grand streets
not to allow Fein or any of his asso
ciates to hang around his place.
The story that Fein told Assistant Dis
trict Attorney Embree and wants to tell
the Grand Jury la that Sheridan met him
on Forsyth street and said, "Come with
me." Then ha took him not east, which
would have led to the station house or a
fixed post, but west to the Uowery, At
Grand street and the Bowery, Fein says,
Sheridan and three other policemen got
him In a hall and beat him with black
Jacks. Then they took him to, the station
house, where an ambulance waa waiting.
Fein says he haa fifteen wltnessea to
corroborate hla story,
CHAEIT0N BEGINS TRIP TO-DAY.
Confessed Wife Slayer to Be Taken
to Italy for Trial.
Porter Charlton will be taken aboard
the steamer He d'ltalla of the Lloyd
Sabaudo Line at Pier n. Jersey City,
this morning. The steamer will sail at
11. When she docks at Genoa, Charlton
will be taken to Coroo, to be tried for trie
murder or his wife on the shores of Lake
Como three year ago.
K. Peter Wedin, sheriff of Huaoon
oonnty, accompanied by tho two officers
sent over from Italy to take Charlton
back, will take the prisoner from the
county JalL where he haa been confined
Ince his arrest In Hoboken shortly after
As soon ai Charlton Is on board the
Re d'ltalla and placed In the steerage
stateroom, which he la to occupy, Sheriff
Wedin will relinquish his Jurisdiction. Re
sponsibility (or the delivery of the prisoner
In Italy then will rei upon the Italian
Mrs. Halleran Gets Allsaoar.
Supreme Court Justice Crane In Brook
w?it.l?,er? r,ant(l Mrs. Barah O.
aiJLiS; n u.W1 tot "ratten from
QtMtJU. mni wonnoiiy
There are always more
UN-advertised than adver
tised special values at Macy's.
Look for the "Not Adver
tised" signs in the Store.
R. H. Macy ft Co.'s Attractions Are Their Low Prices.
M W IsbbJL Herald Square 4$
The Escalators (moving
stairways) are a quick, con
venient means of going from
floor to floor. No crowding,
no delay. They are always
Glimpses of ADVANCE
New Tailored Suits, new Gowns, new Wraps which ac
curately forecast the trend of Fashion for the coming season.
u, TJ5e init,aJ ?lsPay embraces the latest creations of no
table Paris and American designers and will prove of intense
interest, both to our New York patrons and to the many
visitors, m the City. Your critical inspection of the collec
tion is invited. , Third now. Breadway.
Mid-Summer SALE OF
FUR COATS 1914 Models
In response to a brief announcement as manv Fur Coats were
purchased Monday as are usually sold on a day in mid-winter.
The reason? Women recognized that these were remark
able values and knew they could rely on the style and the qualitv
of the garments.
Featured in these smart new 45-inch Coats arc:
Butterfly Slttcts Mtdici and Square Collars
Sharply Cutaway Fronts Draped Effects
Robespierre Collars Slraiihl Line Hacks
and other style innovations typical of Fashion's trend.
Coats (dyed Muskrat) 98-75
Selected skins of superior qualif '.
Pastel toned silk linings.
Sizes 34 to 48.
D : i l
r craiau uroo
Coats (Leipsic dyed) 149-
Medium or flat curl skins of hiijli
lustre. Wain or brocade silk lining.
Sires 34 to 48
Third Floor llrnadwar.
White Sale of "Marchioness"
To luxury-loving women the daintiness of
these beautiful garments strongly appeals.
"Marchioness" Silk Underwear is made expressly to
the order of R. H. Macy & Co. and is the highest tvpe of'
Silk Underwear that looms can produce.
Not only for its daintiness is '.'Marchioness" Under- '
wear notable, but for its durability as well. These gar
ments are characterized by the fine "details of their finish
reinforced arm-shields and seats adding to their service
ability. So complete and comprehensive are the assortments of
Marchioness" garments that we can but briefly hint at
the many styles now ready for your inspection.
plain silk Vest
Cool, -comfortable, glove silk "March
ioness" Vests are in sizes 34 to 42. In
white, pink or blue, these range from a
with crocheted top to elaborate hand-em-Priced
$1.39, $2.19, $3.96, $5.94, $6.89, $7.49 and $8.94
"Marchioness" Perfect fitting, shapely garments of clove
Silk Bloomers silk. Reinforced seats and ribbon bows
. '. . . . at knee. In various weights and qualities, in
pink, black or white. Priced
$2.19, $2.69 and $2.97 a pair
"Marchioness" Present day fashions make these smoothlv
Silk Union Suits fitting garments highly desirable. Correctlv
. proportioned, full-fashioned, and of pure silk
firmly and finely woven, these give the "silhouette" effect so
modish. Plain or daintv hand-embroidered "Marchioness"
Union Suits are priced at
$2.89, $3.49, $4.19, $4.49, $4.89 and $6.89
.Mala Flsor. teatrr.
MEN'S Silk SHFRTS, $2.89
Elsewhere the price is $4.00
of extra fine Silk Shirts,
strengthened by the in
clusion of a number of
Macv-made Shirts that sell
regularly at S3.59 and $3.96.
ALL SIZES from 14 to
17, and even a few and
18. Well cut and tailored
and of scrupulously fine
finish in the details."
THE COLORS are in
novel striped effects of helio,
blue, gray in fact, in everv
shade that is usuallv found
in Shirts of such high qual
ity. THE STRIPES are one
quarter, one-eighth and
hair-line effects in plain,
cluster or contrasted stvle.
on light grounds.
Sale of Men's Silk Ties
Elsewhere such Ties are 50c and more.
LARGE FLOWING OPEN-END
shapes, in fancy Jacquard weaves,
plain colors, "file" and repp silks.
CLEVERLY CUT and well finished, to slide easily
the collar, tie well and keep their shape.
Mala Floor, asth at.
"FRUIT OF THE
Prices for this mid-summer sale are one-fifth less than
Macy's usual prices for these very reliable and serviceable Muslins.
Sizes are given before hemming:
"Fruit of tha Lomi" SbttU
Price, la Inebes.
4e Hi uu
4c sun: J
7 Be sot Ml!
a So soitoil!
1 le Willi J
"Fruit W tha Lnm" Gib SbteU
title I alls
'Fruit of the Loatn" Pillow Cases
"Fruit af tha Loam" Ral.i., i
, Sits title I Size Hals
l.'5he, Price, In Inches. price.
"Fruit l tha Laon"
Irano" ShaatiRi: yi, 4C
Width 45 Inches.
LEA THER . FURNITURE for
LIBRARY and Living Room in
Macy's GREA T Mid-Summer
THE QUALITY OF THE LEATHER, combined with the
beautv of desicn and strencth of construction, determine the
value of leather Furniture. That which you can buy at Macy's
is distinguished by strong, supple, smooth leather superimposed
on strong 'frames of the most approved designs. In every case
the materials are of the best.
YOUR SAYINGS ARE ONE-FOURTH ta.one-.ialf as com
pared with prices elsewhere in the few stores that handle Furniture
of such uniform excellence. This Furniture forms but one' com
paratively small section of our great Sale, which includes suites
and pieces for any and every room in the Home.
All Suites mentioned below are "Three-piece,'' and consist of Sofa,
Arm Chair and Arm Rocker. All separate Chairs listed hare Rockers to
match at the same price. The term "Spanish" leather means a
thick, supple and extremely durable genuine leather, finished with
curious black wrinkles and marks that give it a somewhat antique and
rery handsome appearance.
Leather Upholstered Mahogany rn
Library Suites, were $76.50 fOl.DU
As shown above. The frames of birch and mahogany, in
choice of a brilliant polish or a du 11 finish. The seats" and
backs excellently upholstered with genuine "Spanfth" leather
of a deep, mellow brown, over soft, comfortable springs of
the finest steel.
Leather Upholstered Library iaa a a
Suites, were $231.00, now iyiMJU
Covering of the best grade of genuine leather and upholstered
in moss and hair.
Leather Suites, with loose iqi aa
cushions, were $216.00, now lol.UU
Covered in fine goatskin leather. Luxuriously shaped arms
and backs. The loose cushions filled with down, "and the frames
padded with moss and hair.
Library Suites, in Mahogany 1 1 7 nil
finish, were $139.00, now UUU
Fine Colonial design, with plain seats and backs. The cover
ing of genuine brown "Spanish" leather.
Library Suites, in Mahogany ii a a
finish, were $136.00, now UO.UU
Hand-rubbed and highK polished frames, tufted backs, claw
feet, and fluted column design. The covering of genuine "Spanish"
leather in deep, mellow brown.
Library Suites, in Mahogany fine aa
finish, were $127.00, now pIUD.UU
The frames in mahogan finish. Made with comfortablv
shaped arms, claw feet and seats and backs covered in genuine
brown "Spanish" leather. The backs are tufted.
Library Suites, in Mahogany C1A1 nn
finish, were $135.00, now 1WI.UU
Covered in genuine brown "Spanish" leather. Plain seats and
backs, claw feet, and comfortably shaped arms. Handyubbed
and polished to a fine mahogany finish.
Library Suites, in "Sheraton" tttt A A
design, were $121.00, now IUi.UU
Frames in mahoganv finish. Tufted backs, and covering of
genuine "Spanish" leather in a rich brown tint.
Library Suites, in Mahogany froc or
finish, were $104.00, now fOO.ZD
Frames hand-rubbed to a fine mahogam finish, brillianth
polished, and made with plain seats and backs and comfortablv
shaped arms. Brass caster cups on each piece, and covering
of genuine brown "Spanish" leather.
Leather Upholstered Mahogany-finished 7 c
Library Suites, were " $83.25, now $04. 1 0
Birch frames in brilliant mahogany finish. Upholstered wi
best springs, covered in genuine brown "Spanish" leather, ai
unisnea witn ciaw leet.
Arm Chairs, $103.00
Maty i price itas SI 24.00.
Very large, with comfortable wide
arms and back. Frame padded with
hair, and luxurious down-fitted cush
ions cowred in genuine imported
Arm Chairs, $35.25
Maty' i price Hat tf2.S0.
Wing-shaped back and wide arms.
l.oose cushion and loose back, uphol
stered in hair. Under cushion and
back upholstered in silk floss. Cover
ing or .genuine brown "Spanish"
Leather Chairs, $85.50
Macy'i prltt uti tlOS.OO.
Hair-padded frame and down-filled
loose cushion. Wide arms and com
fortably shaped back. Covering of
Leather Chairs, $103.00
Macy't prlct vat 1 1 32.00.
Gracefully curved arms and shaped
back. Frame all hair padded and the
loose cushion down-filled. Covering
of imported green "Morocco" leather.
Leather Chairs, $34.50
Maty't prltiuat UI.S0.
Wing-back design, with large arms.
Filling of moss and hair and covering
of fine goatskin.
Leather Chairs, $39.25
Maty't ptltt was U6.50.
Straight-back model, with large
wide arms and mahogany finished
legs fitted with caster cups of brass.
Covering of genuine goatskin.
Leather Chairs, $54.25
Maty't price u'oj 164.75.
Gracefully shaped arms. "Marshall"
cotton-ccvered sprinc construction,
and loose seat and back. Covering
of genuine goatskin.
Leather Chairs, $39.25
Maty't prltt uat S46.50.
Loose-cushion design, with large
wide arms. Seat and back uphol
stered in silk (loss, and covering of
Leather Chairs, $26.25
Maty't prltt teat Sil.iO.
"Marshall ' cotton-covered spring
coastruction. Wing-back design, with
large arms and mahogany finish legs
finished with brass caster cups. Loose
cushion, and covering of genuine brown
Leather Chairs, $32.50
Macy'i prltt uat f 37.75.
Wing sides and comfortable arms.
"Marshall" cotton-covered springs and
loose-cushion seat and back. Covered
in genuine brown "Spanish" leather.
Leather Chairs, $30.25
Maty't prltt uat f 36.25.
Mahogany finished legs with brass
caster cups. "Marshall springs, wing
back, and large arms. Loose seat and
back, and covering of genuine brown
Leather Chairs, $51.25
Maty't ptiet uat 161.25.
"Auto" spring seat, wide arms, and
back shaped for comfort. Fitting of
moss and hair. Mahogany finished
legs, fitted with brass caster cups,
?.2d fuXfr nL of genuine brown
Down they tumble I
12,450 neglige shirts.
Quite enough to stock up
the hundreds and hundreds
of thrifty men who "come
and come quick," when it
comes to our semi-annual
It's the wind-up, and in
cludes practically everything
9498 are $1.50 shirts.
2952 are $2.00 shirts.
Claett. Pctody t Co., lac, Mekera '
Men's two-piece suits down
to $15; were mostly $20, $22
Men's three-piece Summer
mixture and serge -suits that
were still higher, down 'to
$15, $20 and $25.
Rogers Peet Company,
Three Broadway Stores
at at at
Warren St. 13th St. 34th St.
MAT1XEETO-IMY PBItTS 5Qc. In HI. Mi,
MAXINE ELLIOTT'S THEATRE
Opening TO-NIGHT ATG30
ico. &'nrbornuKh'ft Xrw I'lnv
lkw Fin ns' 4 itii sr. iiook cutm .
I'hono leuirielrfciKlll ihnirrfi
LYRIC AUG. 18
WHEN DREAMS COME TRUE
Th.iiMtf.V.hitr. lei love Me, Xanttpps
..I.it. Mrilnpita A S.it a I.,
Pill TflM Si "t ll'way I'lKHif
rilb IUH r.vrnlnr'- nt i.v 7illr. -
A .sm. ni' 1 1 1) rt'ouhrit-i In
i Damaged Goods
liKo.pjrtjlu'c riii'.vrii':. n nv a i m,
m. uunnn o mum- aw nnant
llrkltinlnr . I I'ltir 1 MdlM. .
POTASH & PERLM UTTER
INK fill CTION.
NKIV YORK New York CltJ.
BntnM CoUrgra For Bath Stiaa.
Lexington Ave. & 35th St.
Commercial. MrnnrrM'hlc and
FALL Tl.ltJI OI'K.VS HKI'TKMIIFR a.
StnJ for c.iMloK. .S'o mllcllor.
ftprrlal ar-c In llljthrr Arrovntlng
nt Arcnunilnc and .urtlllna.
LOMQACRE "J. ?s ?
THE SILVER WEDDING
h I If us.
ith St., H. nt "'v x IV l-r . n.
, IAURETTE TAYLOR
on v,23'. "Vrit M Hcnrt '
ELTINGE VM,..4wr.T e
si n iiiiiiv "ms :.y iik
BRIGHTON I Siv
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nmAiivnat lift, t-iwiii'i, .
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Dell '(Irn, othirs.
a n.l t.lS
New Features Daily
Fin Every Minute
LAW SCHOOL F0RDHAM
MO .SSi; KTKKHT ' UNIVERSITY
.Nrar Kcderalanti County Court. Hrooklj n tiridte.
Subnaw IludMin Turnrl
Afternoon Classes 4:15 to 8:13
Evening Classes 7:15 to 9:15
lrm Hi-aln- .Srut. U.V ( Al; SYS1KM
Tuition Ytr. Our Hundred Dollars.
Catalorur arnt on application to lirglitrnr.
Far Girls and Young VToaasa.
Alw DrrKtn.ikliiK, Ullllnrr), Cooklnc. I'-nj-llh.
Costume Skrirhlna, I'loi'iitlou. Art, etc.
TIIK i A 71 UeMj:thl
RFainVll Hamilton InMlt'ir (or dull
ncnwiab t Mi wi Knd av.
.N. W. tornrr tath Street.
Approved by the state Uunrd of Kducatlen.
Authority on Del Canto and Voire. Plarement
Kail Srsi.101: lli'uliis Srpt ISttl
THE VON KNDi: .SCHOOL OF MUSIC,
60 WrbJ Mill St.. N. V.
I he Imtltutr of Mu.lral Art or the fit) ul
.New lork. rrnnk l)anuocli, Director. Dte nt
rxamlnatlou and t-nrollinrnt, Srpt. 20 to Oct. tf.
Srilon opens tictolier Mill SKCIICTARY, IN
Clareniont Axrnur .N'rw Vork.
Far Until See.
HORACE MANN SCHOOL caruSu'vniwn'tV
'or llo nnd Ctrl Ml (!r.ide. Physical Kdura
tlon llulldincniM'n on .Saturday. r alhlrtlc Meld.
Ai'teruoon iu(l hour. Opt'D Sept. 2-nd. circu
lars, feamurl I. Ilulton, Supt.. Ilroadwar and
UOIh hi,. . 1.
AI.IIAI.I.V, .t.'hr.ter, (o., N. Y,
For (tlrls nntl Youna; Womrn.
1 Ghappaqua Mountain Institute
I Valhall.t. Ylr.trhettrr t'u.. .V. r.
tloitcl School fur (i lltl.H, In the HratCouniry:
iinilrr cair of I'rlrlid, buys adnilitrd under
H war t-rparatr drpt.l: home mother fur yoiiuir
'h'l lirn. 43.1 eur. I'o inllrn from ,, V.: To acres;
bit ft rtratlou; all rounds: iiiunlc. art, domchtlu
itcirnce. manual training and commercial depta.
Kates ISO to Sili. Calalonuc. Ho 10.1.
HAMMERSTEIM'S Kr?ixTH AW
II RODF Dally .Mat..'.SBir lift If
II nwur ;ic.Mc-7.V. I And Kntlre New Bill.
BRflNY nethst. i-atrv day. inci
bbf sw v arm
5i v st'.NDAY, : :o ,i s a.
i:s "QUO VADIS?" S:'
pOLUMIIA aVd BURLESQUE
U THE ROSELAND GIRLS
aSTnR I'verjr Day,lncl.Sun..?.So ft 8 :). llctiul
NO I un Geo. Klelne presents "flna Viillvl"
ll'wayftlSSt. The l'holu l'lay UUO lillHl
CTH iE.il'.,ral'. lK,ll:i Ciin- Jf"?k Km
l!nl. Ji-fO' Styles and t Bit Act),
STOCK CO. In IITlaill
Mat dally 10, to. .in
14th Street, near Fourth Aremi;
M'llKIHi.VTKV NOTU l.v
KATUN, MAl'.Y KM. MA Kit A N' l-
ftuisunnce ot an order of Hon Dot r
aw Fv-iwler. n Surrocale of tho ci r
New iork. notice is hrri-bv clen to u
on haMiiK cl.ilins i-iiinsi Jl.iry I i
KranccH Baton, late of .suuthport. K i
Count). Connecticut, decenseit, to p;
aaine with vouchern thereof to th- sj c !b-r
at his plate of trms-irtlnrf binl.-es- h
ornce of DunCHii A MtttH.tn, No. n mi
Street. In the citv of New Yurli. on '
the Isth div of Deccinlier net
tited, New York, the J3rd ihy of Mr..
inviNd r.tiASMfs rv-.
Admin i.' j
nt'NTi J tifNfVN.
Atterne fe- Ailnilnl'ritnr, 71 N u
Street. New Yerlt
TAUHYTOV.N-lN-lltUSON, N. y.
For Bora nnd Young Men.
REPTON SCHOOL rn,rT.bc0hri,,!Bf,h,aT;,i.
Chester Hills. -1 miles from New York. Completa
modern equipment, new bulldln t. (ymnaslum aud
athletlo field. Special atteailoo to youns boys.
Catalogue on request, Uox C7, Tarrjtonn-oo-Hudson,
tlAUDKN CITY, I.. I.
For lloya anil Yonnf Men,
ST. PAUL'S U
srunni Prepare for rollcde
r. and Hctrntlrlc achoola.
For Boy .Vend for calalot.
I'hltiCIX.S. I'Mli.V H N In urn ....in
on'er of Ito.V. .IOIT.N I'. CtlltAi.AN, ,s .
of tht County of Ne ork, .Notice Is l.rreln
to all percti t.n Inir rlalm inlni
SW ANPKIIKINS. lit" of tt'C Cmmtyot New
decessed, lo preMiit the Mine with o
thereof to the subcrll.cr. at In r plivr of
ctln hulnes, at fie odlce ot Jle"lli.,
Held A lAincfello'i. .No. I'll Kxcl .nitfe V'n. e 1
CHy of New iirk, on or tuforc the .utti u ,
.No". ember net.
Dated. .Nch ork. the lllh dsy of
&OP1I1A SV V.N' III. N
' Admlmi i' '
IfAWKINS. liKt.AFIKI.D 4 I.O.Nlil I.Li.t
Attorneys for AdmtnMralilx.
30 Kxchnniie 1'Uic.
New orl; Cliv '
IIOHOKKN. SKW .IKIf-KY.
For lloya uiul Ynnnc Men.
Hler St., hcl fth and nth Sts.. lion, i rn n
Rsopsns Sspt. tSth, 1913.
Rextstrutton I)a, Sept. lil'i nnd tot Is.
Ktamtnatlon for Admls'n. Sept. II uud IV
Courses of study preparatory to I nlw
Colleces, School- of Science. Ijiw anil Mn 1 nr
The rate of tuition Is iVti per rar
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