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THE SUN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER" 5, 1913.
FORGER TELLS HOW
HE FOOLED WALL ST.
Albert Hunter, Kxpcrt "I'm.
mnti," Hescrihcs Tnnopiih
Stock Swindle.
COXKKSSKS OTIIKR ".WHS"
Caught Tr.vlnar to Ficon
lor Held in Tom lis for
Sentence.
. Alfinl Hunter, h fluali-d iljuvaul of
$100,000 mil Hi of Imkuh Html. certlflciitca
of the Toniii.ih North Slur Tunnel mnl
Development t'oiniumy In Wall Stlcet lt
July, plca.lril Ktillty t fniKcry In the llrnt
deicree lii-fniH .liulK'- I'nMer In (lencrul
HcbhIoiib -ati nitty ami wiih ecnt t' tin
Tombs to an alt m nleiice. Tlieie lire three
Indictment. iiK.ilnat him, hut lie iilcinliil
to fnrKlng n' coitltlc.ite of I lie Tminpiili
Company "'' I'""" "him of I he Muck at
the par . ! nf J l0, vvlili! hvpotho-
catcil with I.. I.. Wliikclni.in fa. "I
llruail vitrei, i
Thutiitli lluhlir I' 'me of tlx- liel "pfi
men" IHMrlct .ttnl no.v Whitman linn cii
rwunlernl In many i'ih. It itppi-urH hln
untitling rami' iilniut thioucli an ctnir In
drawing a rheck which. If cimlicil, would
have overiltiiwn tie uccnunt.
, Hull, mini' than vvo,k aR" a well
dreawtl man went to tin- Jevvr-lty mop- f
l. A. KniRiil.ttiiii al Wi llni.ulvvu.v ami
t picked out Niinr Jevvrlty as a pni'ilit for
his wife. Then hi; it'o.lticeiJ tlm check In
queatlon. It wast fur t0'l anil Imii the
inline of .limes & linker, pturk brokers at
25 Hroa'l Mreot, It was" drawn on ao
Liberty National Hank. Ho ll'l not caie
for the rash or Jewelry then ; Mr. KorRtit
ton could have tin- check unit to the
bank for certification anil later he would
tend n messmser for the purchase.
Tho following iiHiinlhi! the check went
to tile bank, hut the tm-sjenper was not
ure whether It wan to be certified or
cashed. The bank found to cash It would
overdraw the account, but was willing to
crrllfy It.
Mr. KorKotslon went to Jones A linker,
where. Mr. .Iimcx tlnally decl.led that the
iaier mm a foiRcr. An Investigation of
the arcount showed that It had run low
because a check for M0. of which mo
firm knew nothing, had been sent through.
This was also a forgery.
The following day a messenger called
for the jewels. A package of .iwilut
was handed hhu and the detn tlves ttalled
him. At Trttnty-nlnth street and l-'ltst
avenue they found their man It was
Hunter, and he put up a good tight before
he waa ari'sted.
lie was bookid as a man who had tried
to pass u bad check, but Assistant .'Is
trlct Attorney I hi Vivior conneetcd him
With last summer's slock swindle
Mr. Du Vlvlir caused Ills Indictment In
the Tonopah case and ptomptly he canw
Into court and admitted Ills guilt lie
said be unit to curb biokers and initially
ItoURht some of the stock and got on the
books as a customer. After getting hold
of it genuine certificate he had copies en
Kiaved. When the duplicates came Kick
to hltn he forged the necessary signa
tures. In the other indictment which are to
be held over Hunter he is charged with
forging a clink on fharles A. Stuiielium
r Cv.. biokels. for It.SiO'l.U'. drawn on
the 'National ltrseive. Hank to I'rc.l Hut
bunded, one of the many aliases In used,
.1. f. Weir, a broker, said last July that
Hunter put forged certificates over on
Jlaruch & Co.. Iiaube A: fo., Wlnkelman &
.'o Nat Hoas. .1. W. .s'paik" & Co.. I'o-fer
A Wallenberg. J. J farew fs fo. and
Harvey A. Willis & fo. The amount then
given was upward of tlnv.ooo.
Hunter Bald he was foi many e,ir. a
cashier for a laiRe downtown firm and
earned a good salary. He left his posi
tion to play the stock market. Tin. hp
illation fever stuck to him and he made as
high as JlO.oOa and JIS.OOO a i"ai. Then
his luck tinned.
Hunter gae his age as 43 years, sal.1
he was a clerk and lived at CS West
HIJtt-tlfth stred.
SAY W. L. BEAR IS BANKRUPT.
Creditors file Trillion Anniiial
Broker who raid I (I, (Kill for nl,
Hllll.AliGl.riHA. inc. 4. A petition has
been tiled In tho t'nltrd States liistrlit
Court by threo creditors of William I..
Hear, n broker in grain and cotton stocks,
to have him declared an Involuntary
bankrupt. The petition Is directed
against him individu.Uly ami as William
I.. Beur & Co., of which firm lie Is the
only member. Tint petition statea that
ho admits his insolvency.
Mr. Bear is a member of the Philadel
phia Stock Exchange, having paid Jlrt.nftii
tut year, tho hlghcKt price. In rtccnt
vmm, for his heat. Ho Is a member of
0 Chicago Hoard of Trade, nndj tie;
Mnn did a considerable business in grain
speculation. The liabilities aro nut
large.
Mr. Bear Is a member of the New York
Cotton Eichangc. He registered his in
tention yesterday with tho Cotton Kx
change authorities, of transferring his
seat. No claims by mi mhers of thi Cot
ton Exchange wero filed against him.
l'ntfer tho rules of the exchange no mem
ber Is suspended as a failure, except after
claims have hucn filed against him by an
other member and the case has beuu
heard by a committee.
CONNECTICUT NAMES HENNE7.
.lurlat and Kx-Mayor at Hartford
t:iected llepabllcnii Commllteesnaii.
IfAHTroriD, Conn., Dec. 4, Judge Will,
lam F. Ilenney, who served two1 tcniiM
as Mayor of Hartford. 1904-lfiOs. to-nlg)it
was clccU'd Hcpulillcnn National I'orn
mltteeman from Connecticut at a meeting
In, the Allyn House of the thlrty-flvo mem
liera of the Itepubllcnn Htatn centrnl com
mittee. The commltteft accepted the res
iRiiatlou of Chnrlea J. Urookcr of An
Honla and appointed a rnrnmitten to draft
resolutions of appreciation of the eerviceu
of Mr. Brookcr orv- the National Com
mlttea. .IndKe Henney is aupposcd to be aliened
with the Charles Hopkins Clark and .1.
Henry Hornhaclt faction of the commit
tee, who In supporting United .States
Senator Qeorire P. .Mclean, Jnjt wnh
named to-night by Waller H. tiarde, who
trains with the Hulkcley-liakc element of
the curnmlttce.
Judge Ilenney hax hren mentioned aa a
candidate for Uovernor next year.
STRIKING TEAMSTERS ASK HELP.
Waal Central Union to Call Hrmpa
thrtlr Walkout In Indlaiiapolia,
iNUiANAtni.iH, Intl.. Dec. 4,--Tlio n(.
uatlon in the IcaiiiHlora' ntrlko becaniu
more aerloua to-ilay when tlin tramalera
nnd ciiaufftturH held it ni'otlng nnd adopted
11 resolution calling upon the Central l.al.ui'
Union to call a sympathetic atrlke of all
union men In the city.
Oftteara of tlio general body an Id the
revolution plaotil tlicin In an jtwKuuril
loiltkm aa they did not chtc to call
a itrike, but tliey feared the teamntiTH and
chauffeurs' organization would no to iileccu
unless they wern helpcil at once,
Almost normal dellverlea ncrn made in.
day throughout I lie city, Iml In nearly
nil caacH thn men on llio vvugoua wciu
armed and pruvljed with pollen badges.
What a Satisfying Drink This Is!'
Try it uilh Dinner. You will find that A
tuletAle
Will drive attay "That Tired Feeling!
NEW LI0HT CAR BUILDING. I
nxliii .Motor Co. In rrndnpr Four
I ) Under Mnchlite I 'niter Ift f 00.
A new company to build and market a
two passenger car of standard tread and
design In sell under MOO has been funned
in Hetrolt. This Is the .Saxon Motor Com
pany, of which men largely concerned In
the Chainlets factory ale the guiding
spirits. Hugh Chalmers, l,ee Couns.d
man, Harry W. Konl, tl. W. Dunham and
I'erey Owen aro ntnotiK the directors. It
l separate from the Chalnnts company,
however.
This l not to he a ccle car. says Harrv
I'ord, who Is president and general mali
nger. It Is In he a small, light car. II l
o han a four c Under block cast tnolor,
" by I, left drive, cenlie contlol, twi
speeds, sliding gear and iliy plate chit
The two passenger body H of the
slteanillne tp-. There H nlenly of room
for two good sized Miple. the seat being
40 Inches wide and 111 Inches deep, with
.10 Inches of span- between the heel hoard
and the dash. The door Is IS Inches wide.
The equipment Includes top. wind shield,
two headlights, tall light, gas generator
and bulb horn.
A telegram received from Iuls DIs
brow from Man Antonio, Tex., to tho Sim
plex Automobile Company states that the
Simplex Zip defeated Italph De ralma'
car In tho track races there last week.
This meet ended Dlsbrow's l'.ilt racing
campaign mid the car Is being shlpiied to
New York.
AUTOMOBILE EXCHANGE
owNrrw and snxrns or ACTOMonn-rg, rouwr.RCUi. thiclbi
fisTlAfirs. TIRES. EQUIPMENTS, ALSO RBPAIRCOUPANHSa, WILL ALWAYi
t"IM) SOUhTUl.NO OK JNTEKtaT IN THIS COLUMN.
For Careful Buyers SPECIAL SALE
GOOD USED CARS
Prices for Immediate Acceptance jgcw jjow
1913 Moon 39 Roadstcr-ncw $1700 $1450
( HI 3 Moon 48 Torpedo 2085 1250
1913 Moon 39 Runabout , . 1700 H50
1912 Moon 40 Torpedo 1975 750
1912 Moon 30 Runabout 1700 700
I9II Moon 4b Toy Tonncau 3250 500
191 1 Overland Roadster 275
18-22 Special Mercedes Speedster 900
All these cars complete and ready for the road
MOON MOTOR CAR CO. OF N. Y.
237 West 5Sth St. at Broadway. Columbus 77 1 8-77 1 9.
JjKemobite
USED CAR DEPARTMENT
1913 38 H. P. Locomobile Limousine
1912 30 H.P. Locomobile 5 Ps. Tour.
1912 48 H.P. Locomobile 7 Pass. To'ur.
1911 30 H.P. Locotriobile Landaultt
1911 35 H.P. Rat7 Pan. Touting
1910 StcvrnvDuryra 7 Pais. Touring
1911 Petrless Tour., repainted, bargain.
S rebuilt locomobile purchased from
us I guaranteed.
J. A. Mellish, Mgr., Used Car Dept.
LOCOMOBILE COMPANY OF AMERICA
HroailKay A 7l h M.. I el. JMMI V buy ler
.WTOMOIIII.K THICK" Kmf.AI.KCIIE.tr
.1 ami r. Ton Murk. 3 Toil Knox, 1 Ton
(irHhnwHky, excellent cnnilltloii,
Hl'YKItS Si:i.l.KltM ,l'T(l.MOBII,B CO.
16i4 llroailuuy
p'even jia."enT Clialinvri "40," fullv
equipped. In excellent court Itlon : mint
Write nr mil evrnlna. W (' PIIKRMAN,
JTii W. ICInt ft
Next Sunday Among Other
. Big Features Will Contain
FULL CONFESSION OF DYNAMITER DAVIS
HOW he operated to blow up bridges for the Iron Workers Union.
Carrying dynamite among the New York crowds. His small pay for
dastardly work. His one redeeming act in refusing to sacrifice many human
lives by blowing up the East River Bridge.
This is one of the most amazing human documents ever printed. It
tells in detail the inside working of the many plots in which George E. Davis
. was implicated. Also the story of how Davis was run down and the con
fession secured.
HOW SUN YAT-SEN ESCAPED FROM CHINA
OF all the adventures experienced by living men none is more replete
with exciting escapes and thrills than that which Sun Yat-Sen, the
leader of the Chinese rebellion, underwent when he escaped from the clutches
of the Government and fled to Japan. This famous rebel leader, who was
China's first provisional President, in The Sun next Sunday tells how he
accomplished the feat, hemmed in on all sides as he was by spies of the Gov
ernment. It is the only authentic account ever published and reads like a
romance of other days, so do not miss it.
Tell Your Newsdealer NOW
He Must Not Disappoint You!
The Sun last Sunday was sold out early and we have received
many complaints that it could not be obtained on the news stands.
Boitled only krtha
Drewrn,
BeUlutin k Wuri.
New Vork.
Order from any dealer.
It i Wholesome and tiood.
COLUMBIA READY FOR N. Y. U.
Una Sfcrrt Mlicnnl Practice fnr tias
bettmll (intnr To-tilitht.
' Secret practice on signals constituted
jesterdny'a workout of the Columbli
basketball siund In Its linn I preparation
for to-night's opening game with New
York Cnlvcrslly. Though Coach l-'lshcr
dots not expect much opposition from the
Violet aggregation, he will use his strong
est lineup during tin- first half.
Cnpt. Meenan because of n bad pair of
ankles will watch the fray from the side
lines, as will Jacques, who Is nursing n
sore kmc. Kid Henson. llenoli, !,.,
l-'rledman and Wagner, n fieshm.in who
came flout tinmen Mann, will lie lh
probable atsltv lineup.
Two bundled millers) fiom New- Vork
' University will nccoinpany Its quintet to
night to Hirer In hopes of n victory over
the HIuc and White leatn. Two vlctorlev
to date have done much to add to fhel
optimism concerning tlip color of the final
score.
The Columbia schedule Is not eonipliP
. owing to a hitch In the date of the Konl-
ham game.
Yule "a" I. en Ten HIT Krlchnm.
Nkw Haven. Dec. 4. The Vale 7ifj
.Veics plckeil to-day Its nil Hasten! eleven,
leaving otT Cnpt. Ketchani. Its team:
Merrillat, Army, and Hogsett, lntiuou'h,
ends; Talbott, Vnle. nnd Krooks. Colgate,
tackles; lirown. Navy, nnd rennoelt.
Harvard, guards ; Marting, Yale, centre :
Wilson, Yale, quarterback; Malum, Har
vard, and tiuyon, Carlisle, halfbacks;
Brlcklcy, Harvard, fullback.
H. FA' T,1 KKBMI.T V.HS.
Uuthia-cara from u l on the Kme liauli .
piirchaaliiB new ..,,,ir. tnV.en In eichatice
i "'I "r n-liil for II. t of new n V..,1 car.
AI TOMOIIII.KS rem HIKK.
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li'.1 ':- iici kki'm i" k
11. KAKI. ;:u v i:.i yt liltAST. 6.1KM
'ckki) i.iviorsiNKs :tir.ur-rrrvv
I'Ki vatk etiti u i:kikii V ii.rV"r!riis-
TO IHKATUi: AM) HI-.IIKS. la on'
JMAI.I. I.IHs IOK HIIIII'I'INIi "mi i.
IM.. J.on KK IMll'K. I'lios:, villi
SIIW. liARAliK, IM K. .VII) hT.V
Kilt lltlli: -lU .sternii. ll(,nt Knlaht
molor. heautlfut Moore & Muner curvert Ton
llniomln-. elertrli ttarter, eic Hv tnoinf.
onlv. reMvonahlA rate. Car coat fnaoo pim
VATK. Hox S" riun.
MONTH. All A M N T K H tl A l
AV. TIIONK lima HIVKKNIIIK.
AVTOMOnil.K AM) MOTOK THICK IN.
STKITTIO.N.
RTHWABT
AI'TOMOHILR
AI'ADK.M 1
SM W. Mlh M.
IJooklet fsplalna VCIIV
I till- cniiraft la HIIST
lnpect our plKnt
nnu he ronvlniti
AMISUMKSTS.
ORATORIO
Society of New York
laVtH KOKMMr.MCII. Oondortor
"RUTH" Georg Schumann
Carnegie Hill, Dectmber 5th, it 8.1S
SOLOISTS : Mi.i Florence Hinkle. Mist
Mildred Potter. Mr. '4'. Foster Why
Mr. Putnam Criiwold, (Mrtropolilan Optra)
Orchestra of the Symphony Society
Meals. TBc. to tit.OO at Box Office
frr 'TUB MKSSIVtl." lice, jiiih and
:lh if 4th K s.'.ih t'erforirinres h th:
SoclPtr), new Mlllnr.
METROPOLITAN US.
lo.nlxhl st M. Hoiilile HHP PaRllarcl. Ilirli
t'nriiMi, .Vina to: preiiileil hy '. Ilulliana.
Hrsllmi, lliiehrne; CiUihIII. lillly I'enil ,1'iiIsiiii.
Nal. si ". 1als nf tlolfmann. ffrmpel. AMs,
Pull. Iinrhrne, .Mniilumri;. .lorn, (illlv. Itulhlrr.
IHilur. N trurol.-i, llels. rntiil.. Pnlnrro,
Mat. at :)." Misrlnl I'erf'ee lima. I'reiti-
iimI; Martlnrlll. Snitl, Plnl-i'ori.1. lionl. tlnils,
Meiriie Cntiiliictor. TiiM-snlnl
Nun.nlS..'u lirantl hnral 4'nnrrrt. Hiisrkei,
llrnslnu; CrMnlll, llnihkr Mullre Dpeia horu'
stnl ItrihrMra. Ceiid.. .Srftl.
Nrl Mnn. al s. Aula. DeMliin. Mstreniueri
t'SMin, Atiisto, IMiPtr Cnnil.. 'In-nnlnl.
1ue. at .spee'l lWfrc H Time In America I
lllclmnl Strnn' l)ieiii Iter lto.rnlllir.
Obrr, Hriniicl, rase, Corlt, Jnrn, Well, llel,
.SehUui I. ('mid.. Hertz Pi Ices from 52 to 510
eil.iiM:l.-, tlohrnie. Alila. Allen. Martlnrlll.
Aniatii. lUliir.Sr trircla . I'lnM'orsl. Cond Pulspeo,
Ihurs, si s Vlaniin. I'nirnr (,-iiiimi, (illly
Itnililri, llrU. Si i'iiinla I'linil , 'IohhiiIiiI.
Frl. ill s, iHitnharutcr. f m-hiIiiii lreiniad,
Mmrkes: t'rlit. Well. Mrni.n, AllhoiiM'. .Srldegrl,
t(uvlnrl rimil . Itrri.
MAIIDM.VN PIANO r.SUII,
SUNDAY EVENING CONCERTS
THE DELIA ROBBIA ROOM
RUTH THJRP
Prima Doini Soprano
London. Paris. New Yotlc
Dinncc-dc-lme ie vert to nine e'daek.
Two dollars and fifty cents
SYMPHONY
i Society of New Vork. i
BAI.IEIt DAMHOHCH, Conductor.
Thla Afternoon al 3.IO
and next Munilat Aft. at 3.
Rarti'llrhuaa) rroaram.
HAROLD BAUER
Vl.t:VMlKR SiNI.ASKV. Violin.
ir:iiRii: ii4iuii:iir. riute.
Srata on sale at ll.iv (imce. Aeolian Hall.
PHILHARMONIC
MK'IITV ok Nt:vv -VOItK.
JOSEF STRANSKY .muctor.
Neil Munilav Aft., al .1. Carnegie Hall.
NIELSEN. Soprano.
Ilajrtn Merarl Hcethnvrn - ilmsr net C.lltiert
Snc in SI in. Kella K l-lfrla, Msr
The ONLY LECTURE IN NEW YORK
DR. MONTESSORI
Carnegie Hall, Monday evening! Dec. 8
MuitraltJ hy Motion Piiluta
Tickets. 50c to $2.00 Boies. $15 and $18
Carneale Hall, luea. Wt, Her. lith. al :i.
HofmanN
ALL CHOPIN II I.STHJNW AY 1'IAMIi
- Scal Jl. 11 U). K. U.'O
rnuunnm u msi. vvoifmhn nuieiu.
AKOI.IAN IIAI.I
N IIAI.I.. Wed. aft.. Her. loth, at .'I.
Mr. t Mrs. HUSS
llann
Sinir
llecltal
Tlckrla .'k- in K
lUn (inicc. Slelnviaj- I'lunu.
I'nrnegle Hall. Sal. Afl. Dec. I. 'I at a::i(l.
Kreisler
nrkeia, JSC U Kill.
Now un nle at nn
Olflce. f A Kllla.
Mirr .steinvvay llano.
ncyTHRV opi.n
111)1 Ml'- A'tx Li
1 I'Vlllll
hi . vAiinrea eti a .sal nt 2.
Thla Week xmt Next Moncl.ij Mjhl,
"F4I Sr" III! KnelMl
Week heiln'ir next Tue . "Madam Hntlrrfl."
I'oi'ii.Mi com i:ui rxrm m.miw mi.iit
D ion Tel. m Mid. CKonur. ki.i:im-'.i
eiZSfrTME'LJlSTnMrS'?
JARDINDANSE 1 8:30 TO 1
MNCMAHIntlCLAUCAaaUT I ir..ains:.-
Ine Tuition l lnlliirr Tc.i.
M l MON., l I'HA.M'IMi COTIl.
M)H NKM lllAII's I Vi: HKSHUI xTIIINs.
ori'lt Choice vala all parta nf huiisi.
IIICAMtr. .lacolia llckel Offli e,
IM KDTS H'ny, M IMume SOT tireeley
UI KKAT II 11 1.
Kv. H I.'.. Ill'lll i sm l
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IIKl M.TOI III A I'lll.l.t,
A.Ml'KKMKNT.
.II.W TOIIKK I.KADIMi
EMPIRE !Vw,,y'
mil MMs.To.innr'w A Vcil.nt2:t.i,
ETHEL BARRYMORE
.... I" the .Vcvv (Ninieilv
T1MTE 'iy ' IfaiMun Chambers,
a. afii.r ilm n,i(.i
KNK kl:ll( KIJI,
1-vrnliiKsat . Mala T,.
tea,, a 'twin st
militant . Mat. 1'..n.t..i jl c...i ..i
"m iwrf'trnwiireof meat tll.tlnctliin." World.
Bertha KALIGH
in a four art m
mantle RUEI
tlrnit'a
The
Misleading
Lady
"For two hours
had the audience
gasping with sur
prise or wondering
what would happen
next." N.Y.Times.
,,', FULTON THEATRE
ir.ili Mrni i, .Mi-I Weal nf llnwilua)
I'tm. k:i Miilr VVnl A. Sat. '.'.: I.
"Funniest PUy in Town."- Press.
HARRIS''1" ,r': Kin ' tt',t''1-'!
W l.il M "Louis Minn
CUITPDlnM l'ay. II. St, I'.vr.RMS
K.l I l-KIUI Mala Tutn'w A Wil ,.':tJ.
I 111 liri.XM'll picvctlla
THE MAN INSIDE
A Drama of Crime by llnlatiil II, Mollni ux
COHAH'S..! SiiS
POTASH ft PERLMUTTER
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l.lxM'cnple Carnlvalnf.SiHirla.wrircThr lit.
A M E R I' C A
Stittinirrih Pnimlc. I'lunirlnc Antn, Couil if
iliinor, I IrM MtHinrrThrmitch I'.instnAOnnl
tl'oHUteli hn last rigatrntnt In Ureater
.flc York )
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iiCirs the Mu.l.al .lnllltv nlon JITind
m: ts now is s.m.c
JDili.nr H'tvay Fv i:io Hal Th-iii.tihu ? i.
(ine rt "Ihe llrtiie.""lbe lllark Ma-k,
I'lavs "I n lle.hal.lllr."
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Tun "Ilklll-Kalll." a imiiiiIv nf illplii.
ncM nwilc llf.- ami "Itl'SSIA." rrnin ihc
plavi. i;ratil l.iillrliiil. I'rirN.
I'ASIMI ll'uay A TJth. I v s :
,fn( 'I n'll'u
The I iinnlot AU I CaWI
Musical llll nn I'arih WHf I aTPII
4piIi M. Iliea.l a Vol Tn iner u
SKVsnV'S L J.l ,f ITI llll Its.
Hll.lir.SI II BIF.li Mai.
mci fs.s, I M m I VJI ai..-vii
com
HlhSI 1 efH'uy I'vraatm.
Vl.llmcs llDrTTC TIVIflB
rum u A
tnunnii initun
WeJ sai
K.d'Ml III l(."
VISIT SCENES
OF THE RECENT
BALKAN WAR
LMENDORF
Imir ihniiish ihr U Ulsiirni
llille ciuintru'. Ihai cumprl.c
IMrl of Hie li Hi.', 1 llall..lli M4r.
DALMATIA
HERZEGOVINA
MONTENEGRO
mil iiiiiki.4 i-i i i"u in iu im till- n wnri'l
nf ttomlcr. of infiilfrnl rltlrs. K.nimn ruin
plrtHK stpir iMMipk q'jaltit ruMunii . arul ru-.
tniii, i r pr
CARNEGIE HALL 57 ST. 1 ' JViV. V
SUNDAY ,r
NIGHT
SOo to
$1.50
8:30
B. F. KEITH'S NEW YORK THEATRES
COLONIAL :""h "nlteraiir. "f
llVIM MAT ".' Keith aililellle.
imiuiii AU SU,T 1,1 " Ml11
ALnAMBHA ". Kellh Iheatre.
fivn v Mr :.' rut lain vim us. I'vuH ; 1.1
U1RIFU ' -s'. TSlni'ki'ii In " li.im.im-r
nankklH ; Nr ofllie I'mlerunrM
iii'i ha 1 1 in si:
PALACE
lll'l rt. Hill SI'. till Mat III--.'!, I'v.l.ViiV
NTna Harbour. Zclda
."r.irs. I'rank .Micrlcl.ui,
Nal Nnarni.rihi-l (irren.
ll'uHvntitl 17 1)1 SI fUlll Mlllmall. Armv .hil
i:v;.'.i.ni.;.V-.i,i.:i Navy lianicuid 6 oilier
llall Mi.:.'..ai-7i' lllit
ELTINQE 5N.''V '' s!. 1 ""mi.'n
tfalinVb M.1I iiivh Wi sal I.-.
WITHIN THE LAW
LOHBICRE .,:lh.si '' i'1--".
biiniaviib Matinee To nmrriiw al " 11
s v i.snt iiia nrrii'i; -r-k-m-r -arre
- w i'l'K.s in AiVA.N('t:.fla, TIJUIjE
PUULTRYSHOW
rami Central I'alace.
lath ami U'VluvUiii Ave.
lis-, tlnd lit lllh.
All IMv. I'very rvrnlnir: 1'iiilltri. I'lceniia, I'el
Slin k. Siiiik lllrd". TllliV" Hare A iiiiinmrniil
IllnU. Mu-elal ( hi Shun 'I liur , I'rl A Sal , l.iri--et.
Ik-M .shim uf car. Adml-a-lnn .'A'.riiU.liel, IV
nOLUMIIA a',,1;
IIRICSnilE Mat
aa aa . a a. a a a. at a
rnHtav i
K STAR & GARTER SHOW
WEIER'S ''-Kift ' 'a!' ;" ' 2Bo
&Xt. "TRAFFIC IN SOULS"
I
H
MMKItSTI'.IN'S. Pally Mate., :s-.YW&.
Vnna Held s Dniiulitrr (KtralTlmei.. lack .N'nr.
iirih. "IkiiM-" Hltn Mrinmiin l.leb Alo.,Jaa,
A liniiiile Thoinloii, ami 12 mhria.
5TH;llh DAVID IISPHAM
iMlty Maik ?.). ami ll tnhrr rf.iturr
(iiKi ! tiM'i nl Fmts In O.rht'MM A Itnlniny .n)(
IRVING PLAGE THEATRE
I'very Mk'ht. Sal Mnl 111 II lil'NIil.i: I'l'NUT
lll(ll(IKI. N AMI SKMIINTH.
MAJESTIC
MAT NATI'IIIIAV
AI".'tl'l'l.or
THE
WHIP V'V'W;
Milk Henrietta 'roniaiilii"J ha ToiiKiira of Men"
IIHTKI.K AMI HKNrAI IIAMn.
14th Street, ncsr Fourth Avenue
ii ji.ii
LaVl
rri
F
AMCSEMENTS.
TIIIUIIIK AMI StCt K8l:S.
.imtti iiiaaaaaiu ut ji.l u 1'ii.a.Vtn.
NtW AndltnDARMat.'To-m'w & Wed. ..MO
Klavv .V Krlntnter'a' New Musical t'otiieiti'.
HE LITTLE GAP
! Ivan rrvU I M. S Mclfllan..
NIIW AMsTIItlDAM To-llav. Sllllll Moll, A
TIIHATIti: Surrlal Turv ff i: Sim. I vj m
ffi1' RICHARD WMHER
in Motion 1'ipMirc, ah tm .m imi
LIIERTY
W'
4t5 S
YEAR'S IEST
nr.
tl.. a. it
CHRISTIE
in Victor iirrocn s
iibiiw ,(rritrt Mini unrm.
MACDONALD SWEETHEARTS
i.. a. 11 .l a. .. r..a. YhlRa VlilV
GLOBE
ANN SWINIURNE
In Vlcioi llerlierl'aill'eretta
TK MADCAP DUCHESS
"A liil?l (ieiii.'' Alan Dale.
ll'uay fc 46.Hi.
lttnTn,' ttiai
lit
Mt.Tti-lll'waiO
I.VaTITITM
4MliNt ,nr H'wav I'Aa
M.ii nee Ti.innrrii -
ELSIE FERGUSON
!v?fiwTJBJMlJ5ii!
HIinCnM Wlh t rOlljl4 l'a
nUUSIIR hini. MHihiic'ru-m'M'.A wni :'.i
"Nii4i iii Nr mil
rim mi-: m iji 1L
GEN. JOHN REGAN
. ..... a....... .,
IMII.jt ri)K mi. """ 'i' ,
Mtlltl; l-I.KlKltl.Y." N. X. Horlil.
WAllACK'S ,rArsiiJ?.'.!:vy?-a!ir!
A iiir.it Vitiir lii M'ltirlllli'if IJJN.
MR. CYRIL MAUDE
In tlir ircmi'ii'ln'Mv DRUhlPT
alicrostul ileteclUe iliam;. '
mi:im on st.r. roll
.mh r. i:iif.
MOST HOVClMY A2,
a qtQ.M COHANS fmtCfr r nrc.
kEVEN KEYSoBALDPAltN
I a s-jn Mala Tn-morrnw A Wed 131.
B I fitt :tith Hi .nr. lfway. l'.va. at!
AnnlbR m.u tii.m'vv A Weil, 3:1
FANNIE WARD In a Nphlni
WADAH PRESIDENT hsKn
B1IAMI). '.'Al SI -s hv Ihr 3 Franttforiera.
, Nexi Mnn..HiinaM llrla n.The Marrlace MarVet
WINTER GARDEN rl.
THE PLEASURE SEEKERS
'llrkeia nil aitrnclrs. Iln.x (Mice Prices
Sunila) MahH'iiniTrt llcM Hill In Nework
Ui!' MUSIC HALL
KY Mllll I" IIO.NIKA
iioi.i.r a oiiifk hh; i rs.
Dalit Mm. . Ilct ,s,a !..'.'. Mrhl.llcalSi'nlsil
TO.MIiHT SO.Mi WIIITKIIS' NKIHT
Vei Weix I va Tantuai anil Her Hun fn
kl A N M 1 T T 1 M " itt" a mil a v.
n"nl I'.v.a.Mal Tomorrou ?
HOP O' MY THUMB
i.h DE WOLF HOPPER
WIN! mull' ASIIIS rrcaenia
flflTIi 4Mb. WcM of 11 uay i:va f II
WUin Matlnei' 'ro.lnorrim 2 15
I AST WITH IV NKW YOHK.
SirCREffAPyiHTUK
i:lr. V. v,ln Vtrnicilie c'ark
Moves in Hunih 'theatre Mull . Dec a. '
M IM:ri.l.lOI'l'MTIUU.,3l)ih. nr.H'y.
wVf'k THE LURE MrTmui:!si.'
HKIilNMMI MO.MI4V i;VK. . OKI', ra
Anru Ami r- TUC TUIUCC TU1T PflMUT
lean iUv
ink minud inni uuuni
srvrs Now (is si.r
cnypny im.i niiriv i-v s.i.
'1',f'fcli Miillin v Tuitierruu r.'io.
THE MARRIAGE GAME
IWm !. Mil Villi, .N.vir llruntuaj
I vs '.n Matinrc rumurreu .v.tii
rldJUUIJaC Mnllnie To mnr ou :iV.
FAMILY CUPBOARD
Wll I ..Ml, f-'.MIl VV nf Mh HV
i:w H III
RRnSMAM InTllNCI'CS
9 Nevl Wil l.
iienrieun nvvnini
i il' u I v
i:i ih4: aji;
BELASCO".''1.",.l.,.,l 'venlnirs s.ts
iim a arroa ! Ihurs A.Sal al ;.ir
WAR FIELD uWW
THE TEMPERAMENTAL JOURNEY
"I"' l.l I) 1)11 III! IIMKI.N.
si'm:ionse.
si PIIKM,. i'.ii ifr 111 Tin.
NKW YOHK tNITI'll KTATlis TIm'Jt
l'.lll'A.S VIJVV VO IK (rilHee
miner the will r l.rr,l V .Mutthi.e, "Vl.
,',,':'.,':0j1 , I'liiintirt .ikuiiKt iiAimiKT m:
y i'i:i-i ru.v.vK .m,tthii:s.kv m viiip
ri'l'v''"-'.....'.".'.''"" MATTII II." ,N.
mia .m.v itiiii:sm:n, THKIJIIOUI: VI Vt
K lil'.NotW, .lr vtiA,.!.'
.s'l 'IMi: AIIHlll'T. HKATItll'K VAM, Vl
nun H.,.1 nei.i)i:ui,.K i: 1 hIni"' N-A ,
eM-i-iitor i.f lb., ulll of Snphle M Ilia , oil"
trVu" ''"""'''"O ""'I ecli
You .ire berehv aiiniinnnrd to ananer lliu
iiipy of niir .n,,pr i.ti t, ,ffV v,
liirni-va i, ,.. ,,1Vh , Ve Ur,!,1.,
nf til I auiiiiiiiiiia, ecluv uf lhi iIhv ,r
-ervlce. . ,-,, of mjr f'Hl
M-.r or aimvver. Jiidismeni vv 111 he taken
.ik-nhiat inn by ief..uit fr n,e relief de
iimii.lo.l I,, .-oniiil.tttit u
I'.iled i u ini.r .an,, is 13
v sn:v AitT .v. -iii:aiii:h
Off!.. ..ml l-oa, fm-,'jr.lSr,JI S'!,""ilv"'a,
N,erV,.r,K'.'rNe?vl'Y.Vr'1.1,"""",,"n'' "
Tit It A Mill I' tin
MATTIIin.ssKN- Horn;,; w'itt ii . v.L
1 i,.i.m .m. r 11 1 1 i:;.s- i-
VI AT I-1 1 1 1 -ss V .'. V" ' .' ". ' ' . . 1 1 A H 1 1
v' J : 'J .vi attii n';sHi;.s ma it 11 1:11''
Ntn'x. i'ltninjitri'K 1: liiiiNoi'v :
"id i'i!i:ii:iui-K r, oi ,vt
af .... . of s.,,,1,1,. .VrVilViUy? de.va"! 7
I li fiirt-KoliiK amninnim (a arrved tmnn
...1 by rub Icaiior, pur.u.int to . n d "n
II... Il.11.0r.1ble Daniel ( odiulan. u Juil
.1 the r-lii.reiiie -..urt of n,e Stale of , Nevl
Vurk . ilMed the :n, ,iiv nf Deceinbar lDt-on'i-e'nf
M,l.,",.fh,'i herein " ft,
Haled llerember 3, I91S.
sTr.wAiiT a .iHRAitrrt.
Offle- ami Po. nffh.'ISrlT; No.Ts'&a,.
Ne'vy-'Yert' Yc"rfk M"nt""'""' "tX a"
I'lullillff. aKalliat IIAY.i:s i'ulivi'1 I
8r M V ! 1 A " ' :T 1 ' A " N 1 : Y' ''f end
To the ubiive named DefrniUnta'
YOU .VHP. lli:t(i:HY WfMMON-Fir) ,
aer the cniiinlaliit In tin. ... ii J ' '.7"?..
I nerve u enpv nf Vnur nnaiver on Ihe illn
IIIT a Attorney; ullhl,, Ve,j. ,.?, "'fler the
'-'"I"- f Ibla lummo,,.. exelnalvanV ,KJ
das nf aervlie, and In eaae f yr fill!,,I
in npiienr nr anaer .liidKineiii he lakeii
liKBlnal vim by ilefaiill f, Ihe rellff ,1,"
lliandeil In the i-niiiidaini reurr ne-
Haled. June nth. 1SU
HIIATTI'I'K III.IIN'N. HllSI'.lt IIANTI'.n.
...i , ' lllll"lrr Atl"rne.va '
Office nnd l'nat Office Addreea. N'n. h Kx.
rifv'or N"wWk:,re",h """""
To .Mm fliu l.ahaney,
llll Y e Avenue,
lluiuusb of The m una
New York City, Y
The fiireaoliiR iiniin.in la aeried iipei, vo
1? '! " ''.'J'"'.'.''? r'uriniaiil tn nn nrder of Hon
IJ.llili l I' I'olliilali, ii .luatlr, f ,,e Sllnre lie
i.'iuirl of the Htme iif New York, du ed I
llrat day of n,, ,,,,,,,, ,,, 8 j ,R.Vllh
Ihe i miliilallit In Ihe officii of Ilia clerk nr
the fmitity of New York at Ihe Cmiiuv rourl
llouae In (be llorousli ur Maiilutlmi. I'lij.
Ci.iiiilV mid Hlale uf New York. '
llaled, Ni".l York. Ileieiut.er 'J. 1JII3
HIIATTL'I'K. lil.KN.N'. HtiHH li ANTlilt,
I'lnllltlff'a Alloriif) a,
IJfflie and Void lllfl.-e Adilu-aa. No. '.' Kk
UlV" It New Vork!.'"""'" Un,",,,a"'
AUTUMN AM) MISTM IIKsitlll.
FI.DHIIM.
ItMEASrCtMSfof
Jaiitaaya
Wr THBRIVII
laT Tkr Ii no cht
aaliica rtnaot he ei
THB RIVIHftA OP AMf.UIKA '
rntrm la any forciin it ton,
ie canalled. II not iurnaij
la thla beautiful land of the aim Charmta
teener, beautiful aea roatt with lrff.1
bethlai. aa Ideal climate for e? ery outdoor
recreation.
HISHINIJ. SHOOTING. MOTORINIJ
TKNNIS, SAILING. (lOI.HIMi
superb Pullman (err Ice Irom llritlet with
Hop on priTiieiea at all principal rranrit
rRINCIPAI. Ill SORTS AND HOT I LI
St. Aafaitier, Peace tt Leea ti Alretir.
Oraead Oa-lke-Heliftt .... Ormaad
Pelaj Brack. Rreakert aed Re.al Painriana.
Miaaii, .... Raril Palm.
Naiaea. Btkaml The Colonial.
Iaa Key,, . Aa Ideal (iihial fama
Haeeai.Caae. Via. Kay Weita P.aO S SCa
ri.uaiua r.aai miasi
Fleelf r Saalen
243-5lh Ae.. 109 W. Adam.St.,
t.hicago
t Auluttlne,
Monde
FLORIDA"?iw
eaort lelel
DaIaI dPlaaaala.ar a4 a
nuttsa "wacufcatuuii
AND COTTAGES
Mkrceae, Dayloaa StalloB.
"albe Kail Cant." UcaKi directly aa the
aeeaa ana lie raattaj aeaca. opeu jin. i
Goll ( bles,one ol tke best
coarscs in we sobibi.
Rani. Motorint, noraenaea Kiaint,
a llaibloe. Pliiliiaa.Flilnf . Hook.
lata un'". 11
SIW TOSS,
Ismt laland.
Moat Attractive Country Hotel Ad
jacent to New York. Open A!l Year
Garden City
Hotel
GARDEN CITY, L. I.
Special Winter Rates.
One nf the Moat l'xeliilve Country Itot'la
In America. I.nlareerl and Imp roved -par.
Ill' doubled mi;, A comliltiutlnn of cmmtr
life ami me iropollian hotel luiury eldoin
fount. Kverv nuidonrand Indoor amu.fment
J-jcellent vhiiol. inllrv from New orU.
Frrguenl eleclrlc trnln ervlee. ss mluutea.
Write for llluatrated booklet and rale.
J. J. I.ANXIN CO.. Props.
Wealeheater Count).
GEDNEY FASH
HOTEL
WIIITi: I'l.AI.Vrl. N V
A luxuriuiia hoine, in, H u,poiniitienia
In meet the requirement' of each llidlvldln
HI'KCfAI. HATCH tlL'Hl.Mi WINTIIII
MllNTllS
roMji'cTiin on tin: ami:hh'an plan
UHll.l, IIIHIM A l,A I'AUTI-:
C.r.DNIIY F.VH.M I'UI'XTUY t'l.fH X lilll '
Cllt'HMl:.
4 mlnutea friuii tlruii.l Central T, rmlna'
or by N Y W'tati-liei-ter Hnatnn R to
i.edney uay atutimi
Motor 'bua tueeta train Hookleron rentier
. ..A A . -in:ni:.vitti. croprieto,
Tel ISM W hlto I'lilne or .Mm rav 1 1 1 1 -7;jn
(iKOIII.IV
Hotel Bon Air
AUGUSTA, GA.
Opetu tieermber t:ih, Why noi p
your hndai h.rc Tn pur ' .
coif coiire., beautiful clubhouse. ec.
lent drlvliic and iiioiorlne, ehootlri: i
all outdoor aporla
Addreaa C. G. TRUSSELL, Manager.
.NKW IDHshV..
Lakearaotl.
The Laurel House of Lake wood
Golf Complfto farilitics for tho
pntertainmpiu of motor particr
Trap sliootin,? oppii handicap
events wei'klv.
Manaaer Aaaieiam Manager
Atlantic I'll),
(Rarlboronb-fileRbelin
ATLANTIC CTi. N J.
ain wmie a ana cai
I.EIi.M. NOTICKs.
1'utaui.lil to an order of lhn .sup-- .
,."nu...:',l'. V"rk otlllty. llaled Noven. b
let. 1J1, In the matter nf Supplemei, .
I'rocerdli.ga. I'pion Ii Thoniua, .IiiUki
Creditor. uKulnat The .lame Automatic Te
Iiir hnd Hci-ordliiK Scalea Coiimany, Ju 't
nient Mebior. and dulv entered In the i nf
of the Clerk nf .,- ork Count), the ui.a.
"'neiJ. ltd elver iiiipnlnle,! by eatd orrt
will offer for aale at public eale at -"i
ciuirih Street. Manhattan llurouch. .New V
Clt) on the Uth (iy ( Deceinber, lt. at
15 n clock noon of that duv. certain of i
properly anil aaet of The jnniea Autni-
Tenlnu ami Hecordlng Scilei. ('ompanv .
alatlnit uf l.cltcrj I'alent of t,e ('plied r-t.r
ami or fiirelcii countries, and of aui-h rlab
and Intereaia aa raid Cnmpauv I,h or km
have in, to mid under aald I.rtiiTe I'.no
A partlrular api cllli allon of the p-r
nnd asnetH in to be aold and the method -ternia
nf nale will be announced at the ll
of rale nnd may he obtained by arpllcatlvi
to the under.lcnrd at his orricr- "
AltllM'H IHIAltDO.V. He elv.
SSI Church Street.
Manhattan Hnrouir'i
New York I i
AMKINKII'M NOI'H ;s.
to nn: i'iii:inoits vv .man hothm
AiKlKiior. s,
I'urbu.int in an order nt t,e s pi p
"" ocriiy iioiineii t.l pi
your claliiiK nirulnst Max ll.nhiii.in
Hie voucher to the iindei Hiuued S..
haliea. or hi attorney, Samuel It I
at bin office. 3I)'J lliuliiw.iy. Nc Voik
on or before the S'Hli day iif .InniuiK
llated New Yolk, .November lot ll in
SMCi:t, SAN'KS, AfKiK
RAMt'iit,. itosi:N'iii:nii
Atlorhe, for Ahidirriee.
To what schools or colleges
would you prefer to send
' your boys and girls ?
Booklets and information
will be mailed you free
upon request.
Write to the
SCHOOL-COLLEGE
& CAMP BUREAU
8
170 Nassau St., New YcrU
11
aVl BBaaaSHBBSfaw
sn djjjjjjjjjjH nisBW
Td
df!
j PRIVATE SCHOOLS
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