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THE SUN, TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 1914.
BOYS LAY KEEL OF
! NEW DREADNOUGHT
FROM BRAZIL JUNGLE
CLOTHING, HATS V AND lUIUUHINOa
Overnllcd Youngsters Fasten
First Plntcs of No. 39
at Brooklyn Yard.
KECOKD MAY BE BROKEN
Commandant Hopes for Launch
ing Within 10 Months
F. I). Hoosevelt Trcsent.
Two amitl boy, clad In workmanlike
orerall. and three other youngsters,
wtarlntt the blouse and bell mouthed
trousers of a man-o'-wnrsmin. clambend
up yesterday Into the great framework In
corner of the Hrooklyn navy ynid, where
the New York, Brcatest of the navy's
present flRhtlnir ships, was born, and
lipped stay bolls Into the first two keil
plates to be laid down for a new super
dreadnought that has only n number as
yet In place of a name. This great ship
to-be, now "battleship No. 39," and her
liter ship, the Pennsylvania, which the
Newport News company Is finishing, will
be the most formidable of the world's sea
Usually they don't make much fuss over
the birth of a battleship, all the ceremony
being reserved for her christening day
But Undo Sam Is mlshty prcud of the
men who proved that the nnvy can build
Its own ships by turning nut the No
York In record time, and so yesterday
Assistant Secretary of the Navy Kranklln
D. Hoosevelt came up from WdshlnKton
to see the biff travelling cranes swing the
first lection of "No. 3D's" vertebra Into
place. With him came Senator James A. i
O" Gorman and Congrtssmvn William M. I
Calder and James P. Maher. They were
received by Capt. Albert Ulraves, com
mandant of the yard, and fits staff.
Long before tho guns of the receiving
hip Washington announced the arrival ,
of the Assistant Secretary the crowd had 1
gathered about the ways where the new 1
ahlp la to be built. Every officer and
bluejacket off duty In the yurd was on 1
band, and there were cnoush women
present to make a striking display of
Naval Constructor Itobrt Stocker gavo
signal, the big crane that handles tons
as easily as a woman wields the sugar
tongs picked up the keel plates nnd
dropped them easily In place, the small
boys In overalls slipped In the bolts and
"No. S9" had begun to grow. Secretary
Roosevelt, the Congress delegation nnl
the naval officers bared their heads, the
navy yard band played "The Star Span
gled Ilanner" nnd the flrst part of the
ceremony was ended.
Hut before the workmen clustered about
ml began work on thd oilier pljtea
there was a short seech by Co.timandant
Oleavcs and another ceremony, which the
workmen and sailors regardvJ us most
Important of all.
Said the commandant: "If the time In
which Naval Constructor llalley Is finish
ing the New Vork Is any criterion we i
may expect this hattleshlp to be ready ;
for launching within ten months. A
great ndvnntnge to bo enjoyed In the
conslru rtlon of the new ship will be the
coaperat.on of the same workmen who
are Jus aw llnVliini: the battleship New
York. Thero aro 900 or mora of thue
expert workmen who within a few ilnys
now will be steadily pushing upward the
work from this keel to the main deck.
The New Vork will have taken thirteen
months, tho Connecticut took seventeen
months and In the construction of 'No.
SO' I think we shall find that a record
will havo been established for quick
Then the oflclal party climbed down
from the amidships section of the frame
work and went up to tho head of the
wayH. where the whip's bow will stand
when she Is ready for launching. The
band struck up a iulckstei and the work
men hammered silver nails Into a silver
horseshoe, which Is to guard tho luck of
the building ship.
The boys who gave the new dread
nought her start are W. K. Hurd. son of
Capt. .1. K. Ilurd, chief engineer of tho
yard: II. M, Slockir ami Jetf J. Stocker.
cons of Naval Constructor Stocker; W. T
Cluvcrlus, Jr.. n gnindsun of Hear Ad
miral Sampson; William Williams, Jr..
on of Naval Constructor Williams, and
J. E. Bailey, Jr., son of Navnl Con
Beneath the silver horseshoe at the
head of the ways Is a sign which says:
"U. B. D. Battleship. No. 39. Keel laid
March 1C. 1914. ..ninth. Cos feet;
brervlth. 97 feet H Inch; displacement,
11,400 tons, Ine.lli dluuxht, Za feet C
"No. 39." so tho gossip nhout the yard
joes, will probably be christened the
North Carolina, nlthough both New Mex
ico and Arizona would appreciate the
honor of naming her.
EX-CONSUL'S WIFE RELEASED.
sToaaplalnt Aaalnal Mrs. Itelneke, Ac
eased of ShopllftliiK, Wllhdrairn.
Mrs. Nona Tlelncke, wife of Wllhelm
Theodor Itelnckc. former Consul for Ger
many In Hofton, who was iirnstert on
Baturday on a chanto of slioiillftlni; in
a Broadway ricpnrtrmnt utoru, wnx ills
chareed In the woman's night court lnrt
plght by Mng'stratu Harlow, tho complaint
having been withdrawn.
Mrs. Itelneke wnB nccumpanleil to court
by her husband and utiotlur man, snld
to represent the (Jerman Consul In this
"Innsmuch ns I hnvo learned that this
woman Is 111 und ns th complaint tins
been withdrawn with my consent, I dis
charge her," said Judge Ilnrlnw.
Mrs. Itelneke, wceplnu, hurried from
the court. She Jumptil Into n taxlcab with
Bar husband nnd drove away.
Xnnr Leave To-duy on Cunnrd
I.lnera Mnuretnnln nnd fitronl.
Pnlllni; to-day by the Cunarder Maure-
tanla for Klahsuaiil nnd Liverpool;
r. V liayllt. I. S. .Martin.
Mr. ami Mr. Herbert Wnlier II Maxwell.
N Cation. Mmr .Mrlba.
Tlie Count and Count- Cliarlr. Mliue.helmer.
en S.n)lul Us Cu- Lady Victn'U Murray.
tell.iue. Mr. nr.d Mrs. W. K.
Mr Arthur Ov;cn Crlch' Ollvts.
ton. Mr u. .i Mrs. F. E.
Nn. J. II. MrCullourh. I'ov.cll,
Mrs. Chsilcs I.. JUvis. Uoivl fowHI.
Mr. and .Mrs. J. JI. Capt Hector Resd.
Urahe. -Mr ai.d Mrs. 11. C.
A. Hrurn Pndler. Tliayrr
O. H. Knrls. S A. Weathi-rbee.
:. O. Fetibrt. Mr. ntul Mr.. C. D.
A. S. Fabbrl. Winiluw
Mrs. Msrtbrl Fox. IlaruM Lt-vino.
McUoukuII ltswke.. Mr It. W Iteford.
Chtrles It. Ilmmrr, E. IS. Sliepard.
W. J. Kernochun.
By the Cutmrder Caronla for Madeira,
and the Mediterranean:
IS. Hunt Allen. Major W 3. Oulrnard.
Vincent Allen. Xr. Walter n. James.
,lr. and Mrs. W. H. Mrs. John 8. Kennedy.
Heaepni. Mrs. ltlder-Kelacy.
Mrs. O. H. Bend. Mr. and Mrs. C. P.
Sr. and Mrs. Bobert 8. Kllnr.
Bradley. Mr. and Mrs. T. How
Mrs. B. K. Brswster. ard Knight.
fr. and Mrs. Vernon Mr. und Mrs. Lucius
C. Brown. N. IJltauer.
Jfr and Mrs. W, L. Mr. and Mrs. J. O
8ra. John Hsnry aswa Mr. and Mrs. L. M.
r. and Mrs. Frank E. Oidcn.
winy. Gen. and Mrs. Araen
Miss 0. L. Frellarhuy. IVrilliat.
ssn. Dr, 11, N. Pierce.
Mrs. Oardlner Gayley. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony
Mrs. Huh J. Oram. I. Itslll.
S-fX- William Prof, and Mrs. yf, T,
Elehard Ware. SL-H-Hn
Mr and Mrs. WoodruS Mr. and Mrs. p. 0.
,1, in nawi,
Offers to Back Fnnd for Two
HAS 1,000 SPECIMENS
Tells of Big Game Collecting in
Letter to Head of Amer
From the Interior of central Brattl, near
a branch of the Paraguay Illver, news
was received yesterday from the Itooie-
velt expedition by President Henry Fair
field Osborn of the American Museum of
Natural History, In a letter to President
Osborn, dated early In January at Saint
Lull de Caceras, Brail), Col. Hoosevelt
stated that the expedition had begun well
nnd that already the party had collected
more than 1,000 specimens of birds and
mammals for the museum.
Col, Hoosevelt himself and Kermlt
Hoosevelt, his. son, according to the let
ter, had been successful In capturing fine
specimens of large same. Including Jag'
uurs, giant antbears, specimens of tho
peccary and the swamp deer. Thesj
trophies of the hunt In South America
will be contributed to the museum. I
Col. Hoosevelt praised the work of I
George K. Cherrle and Leo K. Miller, who
represent the American Museum on the
Hoosevelt expedition, nnd he said that
he was delighted to have such men us
these- naturalists and explorers with him,
and that he was also proud of hli con
niction with the museum.
Col. Hoosevelt not only expressed his
Interest In the work of the museum's ex
pedition In South America by words, but
he proposed In his letter to President
Osborn to start a fund for two new ex
peditions, und subscribed 1 1,000 for each
ixploral.on party, stating tbat he would
alio aid In procuring the necessary
With reference to the proposed expedi
tious Col. Hoosevelt said :
"When I get back I am anxious to
help you send Miller to complete his
work around Mount Duld and to ascend
the mountain to the top and thoroughly
work the neighborhood from the stand-1
point of the mammaloglst nnd ornl-1
"Miller ought to have about $5,000 for ,
the expedition. I will subscribe $1,000 1
and will do my best to help raise the re
mainder. Miller Is a capital fellow. He
has begun the work around Mount Dulda,
and If he Is Chen the time und the mod
erate amount of money necessary he can
thoroughly finish the work and do some
thing cridltablo to the museum. As I
shall probably take Cherrle down the
ltlvcr de Duvlda I wish to give this as k
kind of conso.atton prize to Miller.
"I shall also help with $1,000 In send
ing Cherrle back for the museum to work
thoroughly thce Paraguay marshes. They
. offer a wonderful field."
Continuing. Col. Hoosevelt said: "So far
' we have been favored by the weather,
but It looks now as If tho rainy season
had begun, und we shall probably have a
good deal of discomfort during the next
"All the specimens not shipped from
Coruinba will be shipped from San Lull
da Caceras, from which point our trans
portation facilities will be greatly dimin
"Cherrlo and Miller have already had
some rough experiences with moiuiultoes
and other Insects on their collecting trips,
, but where I have been so far there have
been no hardships whatever. I shall prob
' ably muke up for It later on, especially If
' wo are able to do as I hope und go down
' the unknown river of which Col. Hondon
has come across tho head.
! "In this c:io one of the naturalists,
probably Cherrle, will go down the river
I with me, and Miller will go down the Gy
I Parana and Mudtlrn, so that the colltc-
Hons will be covering two territories."
I Col. Hoosevelt also expressed the wish
j In his letter that Cherrlo and Miller should
! bo permitted to publish under tho auspices
j of the Institution a volume on the mam
malogy and ornithology of the M.itto
Granso and Amazonas.
NEW RULE FOR GLOBE AIR RACE.
Shlpplnat of 'I'lniie Aeroaa Oreatn
I'rrmllled Under Penallssitliin.
Arnold Krucknian, maiiiiKer f tlm
Bureau of Acrunautics of thu I'annti.n
I'nclflc Kxposltlon, conferred with the of
ficers of tho Aero Club of America yes
tcrday afternoon on the rncu around tho
world by ueroplanu that Is belnc planned
by the exiiosltlon. One of the rules de
cided upon wns:
"Khlpplne of ueroplnnes across the At
lantic will be permitted under u system
of penalisation that will Klve the con
testants who fly across the Atlantic con
siderable ndvantaRe In prizes."
It Is expected that the race wilt be
started In June, 1915. Tho sanction of
the Aero Club of America will be Blven
ns soon a.s the exposition has deposited
the 1150,000 for tho prizes. This will
be done In a few days, Mr. Kruckman
A motion was made to leave the condi
tions of croselns; the Atlantic open until
after tho machine Glenn It. Curtlss Is
ImlldlnK for Kodman Wanamukor makes
Its over ocean attempt this summer. The
chances of a successful ftlobe circuit would
bo srently Increased, It wks finally de.
elded, If the matter of the Atlantic flight
was left to the discretion of the contest
ants. CALVES MAN'S SUFFRAGE TEST.
Few Found Who Can Grace Colonial
Costnuira In Pete.
The Woman Suffrage party Is looking
for men who can wear silk atocklnxs.
Other qualifications for a beauty contest
are of no Importance.
"There's no use In a man's going In for
suffrage unless he has proper legs," said
Mrs. James Lees Laldlaw yesterday, "Lust
yar It wns the Adonises fur tho Metro
politan entertainment, whoso legs wouldn't
do. Now the Men's League are having tho
most awful time trying to find Adonises
for their pageant. And now we can't get
any men to work In tho Men's Leagui
booth ut our Cosmoolltnn fcto because
they will havo to wear Colonial costume
with knee breeches."
Swinburne Hull, father of tho suffrag)
twins, James Lees Laldlaw, Frank Keep
und Kinnett Drlsler, are the only can
didates who have qualified up to date.
Tho man who werfrs the silk stockings
nnd small clothes can recall himself t)
tho present by a glance Into the pedler'c
box ho carries about his neck. There hs
will sec, not snuff boxes, but collar but
tons, neckties, suspenders, safety razors,
fountain pens, votes for women watch
fobs In fact nil ths familiar treasures
of his dally life.
Miss Lulu Flschel as an Italian con
tudlna will carry, not ona basket of fruit,
but three. One fur Individual frulU will
be hung from her shoulders and a tempt
ing steamer basket will grace each aria
fine will be dressed In an Italian costume.
The Italian villa will serve fruit punch
In opposition to ths Men's League soda
Each booth already has sold ths too
tickets for which It was responsible, so
ths OnandAl of ths fits Is assursd.
OPENING DISPLAY OF SPRING HATS
To help you follow the
Spring overcoats, including
the rainproof ed "Scotch
To help you follow the faihloaa
Spring suits the styles ,
favored by the smartest tailors
ready to try on.
To make It as easy as poMlble
We'll come to your office,
measure you and submit sam
ples of the new custom shirt-
inaj nhnne nn v nf nnr etnrec I
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Three Broadway Stores
OF DR. ANNA H. SHAW
She Tells of Proposals Before
Starting for Speech
Dr. Anna Howard Shaw, who broke
her ankle a month nno on her sixty
seventh birthday anniversary, will ven
ture to-morrow on her first Journey since
the accident. She will ifo to New Haven,
probably by automobile, tu Rive the flrst
suffrage address ever delivered In Wool
Bey Hall, Ynle. The Students Suffrage
Association nnd tho townspeople are co
operating to make the meeting n success.
"1 shall have to stand with the aid of
a chair to lean upon,"' said Dr. Shaw
yesterday. "I cannot get any power Into
my voice sitting down. 1 suppose I shall
be pretty tired, but I should like lo
speak to that audience. I used to prefer
to speak to men, but women are Just us
Interesting;, now that they take their
"Old I ever 'have any proposals from
the men In my audience? Well, not tight
out In meeting. There were letters but
you'll have to ask Miss Anthony about
those. She answers them."
Miss Lucy Anthony, who has been Dr.
Bhaw's secretary for many years, smiled
"I have a whole file of proposals and
poems that have been sent to Dr. Khuw.
The one I remember best Is the man who
said he would settle 1260,000 on her It
she would marry him. I tried to Intereat
her In him myself I That happened dur
ing our California campaign In 1896.
"Another man got a notion that Dr.
Shaw was a widow with a child. He
wrote that hs had a beautiful wheat
ranch and would try to be a good father
to her boy.
"A miner sent a gold nujget, a sample
of his mine. Dr. Shaw wrote and thanked
him and had It set In a pin that alio wore
"One widower with sis small children
told her she would be doing more for
humanity If she brought them up Instead
of Unveiling 'round asking for a vote.'
The;" always sent pictures and some of
them wers fins looklsc tasty, Thy asked
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nllnl nlih heart lntrrtt ami lltrl nlth
fun, .lit Wlllilll I V lil t Ml.
LYR'C trd. 'Aotnf 11-w.iy i.ahi
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A THOUSAND YEARS AfiO
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This Week A Next Mnn. Nltht. "TIPhLAND."
("Maria of the Lowland"), tnoilmeiln llerlln,
Week lier, NextTues., . It i m"
for pictures of Dr. Shaw und we used to
uend them uny picture wo could get
"The time for proposals was when we
first went to California, sixty years ago,
said Dr. Hhaw. "Women were few and
far between. Men came from miles
around Just to look at us, and my seven-tuen-yu'.r.oU
sister had nine proposals
the llrst week we were In San Francisco."
Connolly's Brother Near Heath.
Mrs. Mary Connolly, mother of Maurice
Connolly, President of Queens llorouKh, Is
reported to be dying In St. Catherine's
Hospital, Brooklyn. She was operated on
(or appendicitis and Is 70 years old.
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In the Won Icrful IVrklau l c I'liy.
lly lllchard Walton Tutly author nf
"TIIK I1IHI) OP PAIUDlSi:.
MOVIUS MAIICH S.H
TO (IllGLHI LY11IC TIIKATHI!.
Ilouth Ihca.. I'tlra. Hon., Mar. 33
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taneUnls have not baea lowered and the price to
you remains the same.
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W. L. DOUGLAS STORES
3 Nn.eitii Sit reel.
inn llro.itiTor, rnrnerKth Street.
a7 llroailwar. lirsr 1 4 ( li HI reel,
1349 HrtMulway, rornrrfMtlh Nlreet.
14(1. Ilntailwsr (Times Square).
OA4 Thlnl .tr.nue.
14.11 Thlnl ATenue.
a0 Thlnl Aenu,enrn.rltah Alreet.
al79 Thlnl Arm., Irt. 14eth 147th Mtt.
34S Kljlitli Avenue.
Alt.l Kletilli ATenue.
SSO MM 125lh Mreet.
LW lilKK'M I.KAIHNti IIIMlUKsAXII SLteLSMM.
TIIKSK TR1TRK4 IliVK NO DCtldNKs WITH Till: TV.HtIN
( O. III'.ST HIIATS CAN Hi: flllTA IMKII AT IIIIX OKI'lt l.
rajMtC Ilruadnay & to .St. I'.rt. at SM.
.mrinb Matinee. Tomorrow 4 Sat 220.
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Tin: Li;i:.i of i.riiMiiu
by the Author of "I'lmilt PAN."
VMCKrilllUCKKII. U'uay A SSSt I'.v H:ti.
iltlnee Tomorrow A .stiinlay.
Id hU err a I
THE CRINOLINE GIRL
OsMFTV H'U'.WAeahT Ke mi.
SI'H MstlneeH Ici-rorro a Sut ,.:o
II W fsnir-'e lauch a Ulnut rnmedv
1 he Hi r if ill.lir nrl "i n (he Job"
LIBERTY 1: Hl" w ' B'ay.E-e.ao
"" Mat,To-mor'w ftfcat. 120.
IIKMIY W. HAVAOK offers
M. HUIiaiil 9 FtllTI.H T. T"W
s-ajar MA I h. TO-MIIII'W
I III. irnii.i sat.asao.
kVIIIIPIf'C tvay & :uth St. Kwtt. 82u.
KLlltbn !tlnrr Wilt, tc Sat 211).
CYRIL MAUDE V',,,
In t.v 'irfmencoui.lv
MADISON SQ. GARDEN
KOK , Slltiur SPASOV llKtitVNINO
NEXT SAT. MAT. MAR. 21
Twlre Pally, 2 IS ft S 15. Doors. o-n I IS A 7:15
tAivNUW t. avl-C.'S
ETIU'.U WITH Till" STIM'KN.
MIL'S M'WOUIPNTAL HPIXTAt'Ll!
The WIZARD PRINCE
I'iKO Hon .Tin
ITItMI.VS IIAI.I.'T MI SU .NM
PICK AND PRIDE
OP ALL TUP WOHl.tVS ATIII.LTIC
AND AIIKNIC CIIAUPIONS.
BOX OFFICE NOW OPEN Vi mm'.0
Irlate boi eals tea). CldUren under to halt
price afternoons, lun olTre oncn OA . il. tou I. M.
1 llltAMII 111 KIT OlFlir.H
(Same Price. n at Madison Squsrr i.ianlen,)
DHOADW'AV j Itm Itnuiilviay (mar Mt.
Oi l 1CPS I 1 cldth Valley Ticket Offlie.
(ilmliel Dros.' Store. John Wnnamaker ..
HAUIi:M I 121 W. IJSIh St. Iilcar I ennil.
nui.ii I's 1 N. V. Central Ticket Offlce.
DOWNTOWN World Travel IlurcamWurld tilde.)
IlllOOKLYN Abraham a. strain.
S. F. KEITH'S NEW YORK THEATRES
rninmil icr.it iriim: ikh-fmamn.
ItULURIHU Und Her llrvuv. due Welch. 1
I aii V In ? iwlMr ftMis.V CaMlctn Plct urci.
AlllilllIRA iMIKil.MA IIAH.NKO ft Co..
MLnKlHDnM Kali I'llnnre Sam Williams,
I)AI1. MAT 2ie Uiule CalliiMayJk Co., oths,
(lWniisi ,I'MMACA11L'S, Pnnnolly A
riUHAt, ,w lUrnrlcii, lllmn City lour,
I AHA MAT 5.V Pcileieti Hri'n.. mhem
Tlay ft 17 St.
;ono Mat. Seat iV.
.IIAZll'. Ill J. U. Ilarrle.
'PantalKin'; Clu. J,
Uo, Muiray ft Webh,
ll'alherlne Count!, I'd
lard' KM Kabdret,oth!.
iT TIJti: I to It P M.
LH9I WIHIK, lirstsesusv
nm i! I
"ttrcatest Motion PI'turr
Ccr Made V.lt.
RE'IIIUO 5l'W,i'..?;!;5!!.,!l' 26o
I he lirrdlrH Noting. Picture liter filmed.
NEW YORK iray
t'ontlniiou I to 11
Illi: JIATUI IMlr.
und uti.er ua lutes.
Ua Cl.crlo, (Hrl In the
Mutt, Uol'n Plot's of
Decker, ltot.e, Vulluni
.Scheiip) ft S oilier.
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COLIMIIA " f;
nm etniie ut.
M.l.Ilf k (-...lav.
THE HONEYMOON GiRLS
K 28th St.
f Pally 3:11, ft :lt.
Anna C'hanler, "The
ITelriihuno Tangle." Joliu
lft Mae Hurke. others.
liSi'v 'Ji". Sun.. 2;IM:15.
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PHivrkiiitatssrsi Mihui:. ,,n
Mt'KRAT IIUX. Kvss. UUKUCNUCi:.
Mat.Today. ilea Wskh fc Ills Bwlttquers.
5 tssssj. P" 'nt ,
! al MaMeriileiy 1"M
BuaiNCfM in tare
On Bars capital now TMl
LAFtatar makkh of aa.ao a
4.00 aHOca in the world
la ths world.
IN GREATER NEW YORK:
491 Fulton Street, corner Tenrl Street
700-710 Itmailwa.r, corner! horn Ion M,
1307 ItrnatlwHy. corner (Sate. Atemie
47a Fifth Avenue, corner 1 1th Mreeu
1770 I'ltkln Avenue.
NKWAUK-A3I llrnsrt Street,
I'ATKItSON-19? Market f.t.,rir.CUr
JK11SEY CITY-IB Newark Avenus.
TKKNTON-IOt Kast Htnte Striei.
I IrM Mat Sst . .1
OP! M.. I'OH t .)l' in
THURSDAY NIGHT at 8.20
Henry W Sa aire III olrr
A Comic Opera ! Victor Lena and I ra."
lx-har tCrentora of "The Mc ry WW w
f,r.ifllh Uook and Lyrl by tjrolvnV. f
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nVU4VN vve 820. Mai Tin ft Vit
MARGARET lo-u irtt.lo-morrov.
ANfeLIPI "AS YOU
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Fl If Rfl 'IthSt V nf Il'way Ktn ,
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If AMIS :m.w of irv,nj i ,,
HHnni M.itlcie. Thur. A Sat rai.
NOTHING B T LAUGHS in
THE RULE OF
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OPENIM POSTPONED TO FAI3AY
llrkrla puriha.ed fur I nlnht Mill I"
honored Friday, March 'Jllth.
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HOTKI.S AND KKnTAUK '.N r.
Nth htreet. near 4lli Ate.
THI SUN mairu.iii
most efficient Odu.Jtionji
This complete servite
absolutely free of charge
Accurate and unbused
irformatioii given to an
This service wii! prove
o( valuable assistance in
selecting the proper school
for pla.uiK your bo or
I In writing give .ufli
. cient details so that in
1 telllgent advice can be
SCHOOL - COLLEGE AND
" N.w York
170 Nassau St.,