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THE SUN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1916.
500 PLAN CAMPAIGN
FOR FOREIGN TRADE
JTrmls (if Corporations. Hunk
ers mul liulnslrinl Lenders
Meet in New Oilcans.
JA.MKS A. FA1UIKM. TALKS
must, therefore, Increasingly he bimeil
upon npiirpclntlon of the motives ntnl
imsslhllltlrx of foreign (Weill policy,
whlrh oan tie cnlneil only by Mutly nnd
Investh-'ittlon iim pnltiiitnklitR anil kll-,
nil iih that with which Kuroprnn tarins
are conMructnl. Since the responslbll-
lie tir flaunt Lnl.tnflm. mil. with the '
leRlslatlve branch of government, Con
fess must ilctermlnc the course hl I . j Hrnrhed in Blllk
routitry Is to pursue. , ' 1 '"," 1 "
'The fnlteil Htnte.s stands equipped
with :i rlftld tariff, barren of trading
WILL GET $660,000
Sr.vr Otn.r.. .'!, .Tan. 27 TtepresrntlnR
Individual vr,ilth that runs well Into the
billions of dollars more than .100 lenders
of Amerlcnn. Industry, many of whom
nre the direct heads of corporations em
ploying more than 100,1100 men, opened
the third mmiul convention of the Na
tional l'orelsn Trade Convention In
New OrleniiH to-day at the Orunownld
Thn convention proposes a campaign
tor Hie I'nltcd .states to hold what It
liaj attained In forelRn commerce and
money Importance as n. result of the
It, In recuivlnir the, reports and suk
fruitions f thoso concerns which have
profited by the fore.im trade for the
tencllt of all olimees of merchant mid
Kcjnotc of the speeches to-.lay was
that thn I'nltcd States must niiiir.iiitee
contlntn-1 ciiiiimerclal prullt after the
doe of Die llurop'Vin war tinsmith con
certo! .tctiott to .lovelop the footing nl
The onlv w.iy to keep Amerlcnn manti-
fuetori.t. mi nliiic on full time and thus
wuro full working time for employees
and. continued teturn. m catltal U an
lmme.li.tto and unccudng ir.i.-tlo-il c.un
jutsn to .lev clop forelctt trade, the
I'rrsliliii( lHrrrll'M Vies,
rrciildcM .lames A. I'nrrcll of the
United states Mtwl Corporation wan the
principal Hptuker of the openliiR rcmlon.
ilr. K.irrell said In part:
Forclcn trade run no longer be talked
of merely as an adjunct of domestic
prosperity. Tho fact has to be recoE
nlzed that there can be tin stable pros
perity at home unless we are able to
make llber.il yalca of American manu
facturer abioad. The fact that In nor
mal thins uPout ill' per cent, of our
xpnrts coniKtfl of foodstuffs and raw
materials Kites a standard of measure
ment for the enormous possibilities of
our mcchanle.il production, it would
pay us better to convert our raw mate
rials Into tlnlshed products heie than to
i-cll them for conversion atiro.nl. Hut
our ndvancn In tint direction will be
relatively slow without n constantly
broadeninc forclRti outlet for articles of
American manufacture It Is at much
In the Interest of the uorklncman n his
emploj.iT that provision be made for a
Heady sale abroad of the products of
the mechanical industry of the I'nlted
Whatever may be the nature of the
rompetlt.on our manufacturers will
have to meet after the war. It would
not le safe to conclude that It will be
less Intense or less effective than here
tofore. If It be handlc.ipicii by the
scarcity and dearness of money It will
be stimulated by the pressure of dire
necessity. If the Erectly Increased bur
den of taxation and hlcher cost of liv
ing fop-OS wace conditions Into closer
relation with, our own there will also tie
the stimulus of the strucele- to r"Kaln a
lost portion that will spur employers
and employed to the maklnK of sacri
fices undreamed of before.
Wnr n (.rent T.;nchrr.
marKin, without tesourci-s for prompt
concession cr retaliation. I
"Our forelRii trade, now so vital to
domestic prosperity, demands ii more
flexible system than a single lex el tariff
which political considerations usually de
nuiiul shall not be nlterod In any single
tnirtlcul.tr until u Rcneral revision ts
demanded by the people.
"We hear much these days resnrd
InR preparedness, and emphasis has, not
unnaturally, been laid upon prepared
ness for war. Measures for adequate
defence nre essential nnd desirable from
an Industrial as well as from a military
point of view. Hut It would seem rea
sonable to suppose that once peace Is
concluded In Kurope, we shall not In
this country be In any Immediate dan
ger of nttack. We should be prepared
to resist such attack If made, but the
real strURRle which we must now an
ticipate Is tho financial and commercial
strucRle. In which our present prosper
ity Rives us a decided advantage.
"We shnll be able to realize this nrl
vantaRO only If by at once reconwtruct
Iiir our commercial as we have our
(Inanclal policy we place ourselves In A
position where we may effectively deal
with the mnhlllrrd activities of our com
petitors for world trade."
W. II. Simmons Apenka.
In the evenliiR session Wallace D. Sim
mons of Ht, 1ouls spoke on "Commercial
I'ducatlon for Korelcn Trade."
lie said It Is difficult to Ret younR
Americans for export work. )Ie urped
the trn nliiR of men hero for work in
forelEn fields. A serious factor In the
situation Is the tinwllllnpness of Ameri
can boys to make a career of the -work
because of the lonR expatriation nnd
lack of American society. He urtted
more teachlnR of foreign lanRuaces nnd
Reoeraphy In the whoola.
Other speakers were Alba It. John
son, president of the llaldwln locomo
tive Works; Perclvnl Kamuhar. president
of the rtrazll Hallway Company: K. J.
lterwlnd, president of the Iterwlnd-Whlte
Coal Company. New York; John Clausen,
banker. San Francisco; J. J Culbertson,
Purls, Tex,: Henry Howard of Hoston;
W. I.. Saunders. New York; Pnnlel War
ren, New York; Victor Cantors, New
Orleans, nnd Charles W. Mucjinlc, New-York.
of 918,000,000 Dnninge
KING WINTER WANTS
YOUNG CATS TO WIN
JrS.-iO.OOO TO MRS. HARRIS
ELECTRIC RATE HEARING ON.
Attorneys for the White Star Line
announced last nlRht that they bad com
pleted nn aRieement with a large ma
jority of the Titanic claimants to pay
approximately (!60,000 In settlement of
their claims. The few claimants who
are unwilling to accept the terms are to
rely for settlement on the Impending de
clslon of .Indue Julius M. Mayer of the
rnlted States District Court In the limi
tation of liability proceedings.
More than 20ft xl.ilmants will partlcl
pate In the separate agreement, The
attorneys for these claimants and the
line walled for some time to Ret all the
claimants Into the plan, but finally de
elded that It was hopeless. Under the
nRreernent IturllnRham, MontRomery
Jleeeher, proctors for the White Star
Line, deposited with the New York Trust
Company 3t4,O00. To this will be
added part of the IllS.OnO deposited
with the Federal District Court In an
ticipation of the .ludf-e's decision In the
The total of the claims filed In the
United States District Court amounted
to alxiut IS.nOn.Onn, As a preliminary
to the settlement a committee of the
I cor.sentliiK claimants was appointed to
pare iinwn inc claims as inutii ir--sihle.
Ily this process It was finally de
cided that the demands submitted by the
asent Ilia claimants might be reduced to
$2nii.ono, The settlement fund will ne
dlMded pro rata among these
An Interestlnc feature of the BRree-
ment Is that the parltiK down process
was more rigorous In the case of the blR
claimants than In the case of the smaller
ones, such as the Immlcrants who asked
reimbursement for loss of baggaRe, In-
lurv and the death of relatives. Conse
quently those will receive a proportion-
atelv lirger share of the settlement.
Many of the Immigrant, It Is said, are
to net Jl.ftOO each.
l'lie largest award for a death Is to
be K'O.OOn, tt Is probable that that
amount will be paid to Mrs. Irene ai-
lack Harris, wife of Henry H. Harris
the theatrical manager who lost his life
The war has taught our people many
thlncs in the domain of economic fact
to which they did not formerly give
mifllctent heed. Not the least valua
ble of these lej-sons Is the realization hnw
strongly tntrenehed are our competitors
in markeis that some of u thought
lav oprn for our occupancy When the
curtailment f Hurop'an Investments in
South American republics brought their
development to a Mnnd'tlll In reducing
Thcr pun having power we had an object
jsssnn in tha conditions precedent to
the development of foreign trule.
Hut be the competition for foreign
markeu after th war more or less in
tene than heretofore, this fact stand
out rlearlx leaving out of sight the E'
Eantie t isk of repairing the material
waste of war in Kurope, the needs of tin-
developed countries are growing wun
leadily increasing rapidity.
They aro nble to absorb. In one form
or another, nil the complex appllaiii es
of our modern el ilizatioti, all the aids
to material comfort anil well being that
we have come to regard as common
plare neeis.ities but with which the
sent Id nt l.iri" K !trt -spit Ingly supplied
The demand will not be licking If we
stand prepared to men, our prospective
customers half way
We certainly never were In so good
n position to take advantage of the op.
portttnitles which tho woild has to offer.
Jsince the war began American exports
have exceeded Imports by Jl viU.fil 2...S1.
It Is estimated that J l.fiuO.OOO.iiun worih
of American securities have been re
purchased, with a corresponding sav
ing on the annual Interest charge that
we have been accustomed to remit
This achievement, together with the
rapidly growing cold balance, lncreaer
use of doll, i- exchange, successful ntRn
tlation of loans which have helped to re
adjust Merling exchange and finance
munition order, not to mention loans
to Argentina and the Canadian pro
xtnclal governments, have afforded some
Justification for the idea that the I'nlted
States is In process of replacing t.reat
Krit.nn as the "worlds b inker."
More XVorU to lie Hone,
Ilur although much has been done
to adapt American finance to the op.
portiinities provided by the Federal re
serve net and by the war, little lias
been accomplished toward discharging
the fun. iinn of llnanctng tho countries
wh"ii are open for the Investment of
Anier can capital.
I ntil we are ready to take advan
tage of the opening made for us by
the flrx in(j up of the Investment stream
of Km ope, the title of "world's banker"
will not p.n-s to tho Western Hemisphere,
nor will practii al pau-Amerlcanlsm be.
come a r. ality If Kurope continues to
In, the srnirco of the lo.'iti.s iiciejary to
enable our stcr republics In develop
their latent resources nnd realize to the
full ilegiee their material prosperity.
In i ho afternoon session. Wlllard
fttralRlii of .New Voil; spoke on the "Ite.
liitinn 'if Hi" Tariff U World Tiadu Con
d tlons nfie- the War " lie said in part'
"In Knglarid and Fiance plans are
nlreaiK being made for an aggie-sshe
conuiietii'il campaign after the war, both
for the extension of their own trade
nnd for the crushing of Herman and
A.' i inn commerce throughout the
x 'n Id
"Tho possible creation of such com
mercial nllhiiices would Indeed bit dis
turbing were t not for tho fact Unit
niter the war, because of our present
prni-perliv. Kurope must for some time
lelv upun iu a.'j Its. must valuable mar-
the pic'int time, we are giving
lillle hied to the problems of the future.
Allien. ,iu pithiness Is now cither . I i i . - 1 1
k c "l mi lining war orders or Is In.
.1 e "v i 'Hfltlng fiom the general pros.
lip- i . at d accelei atlun of pioduefion
v n in- iiiic to nii cliase.'i made h) bcl
1 p, i 's :n ibis i oiit'ii
dp i in i nn-, t.l. al proriii, ton
.T. Vtlllty Hoard ninrennriU He
ll ii rat for Delay.
TnrNTOS', Jan 2? -Despite a protest
against haste made bv President Thomas
N. McCarter of the Public Service Cor
poration taking of testimony was begun
by the Hoinl of Public Utility Com
missioners to-day In the proceeding In
volving the reasonableness of rates
charged by the Public Service Klectric
Company. The only witness was p. t
Jackson of the etiRineeritiR firm of D.
C. & William II. Jackson of Itoston
and Chicago, who made a valuation of
the company's property.
Through the League of New Jersey
Municipalities! 103 cities nnd towns were
represented at the Hearing ny city t nun
sel Stialdlng Fraser of Newark.
Mr Jackson submitted a report show
ing the nlivMeal appraisal of such prop
ertv as is actually used for electrical
nut noses, a separate Inventory being
made of all abandoned buildings or sub
stations which have been supplanted. He
ixedMhe reproduction cost now of the
tl.int nt !.".,", 003.200 ami the reproduction
cost, less theoretical depreciation, nt
$;4.Cf'S.30.t. The present value bael
upon Inspection as of July 1, ISIS, was
placed at J'."f..r.H.000.
The heating will be continued on
Cats From All Over Wortd in Annual ShowCapablanca Wins Again
In their boxes of sand. The show ends
to-night al 10. The awards:
t.ONO IIAMUni CATS.
fii 5 liilnchllln male, novice First.
Hobbv fhaftu. unnril by .Mrs. Arthur II
I'hurchlll. second, Donntthorne, owned by
lias, .1 Chinchilla mile, open Iirt,
Donsllverrn, owned by Mn. David Httirte
vant: sei ond. (lanymetle. nnn.il bv Mrs.
unvn I,, uiineri; iiuru. ijnnnunorii
nttnttinilin Silver TS KnfprPll1 iiJ 4 OhlnrhilU enmle kittens First,
tliaiIlIMll OlIUI in rjim .nu oiorU Vlctls, owned by Mrs Urlffltha snd
for Specials Only While
HODGES IS LATEST
Gets Wlin t Looks Like n Hood
Position, but Cubnn Soon
Dnslies His Hopes.
VISITORS LOOM PROMINENTLY.
' l.nnmlK nod Mtormrr .ttnotiK ra
In .liinlor Championship (iaiitra.
Athletes from Cincinnati, Baltimore,
Philadelphia nnd Itoston will vie with tho
best of the local talent In the Indoor
championship meeting of 'he A. A. 17. to
b held In the Thirteenth ItcRlmont
Armory to-morrow night. That the vlsl
tors will carry off a fair share of the
honors seems likely, especially ) the
out of town men scored so well In the
Mlllrose games on Wednesday night.
C. W IxKimls. the sprinter of the
t,.uu,irhu.i tnsiiiute of Technology. In
ft Alt' T IBTfiVnBTY MOVES'"11 probability will be favorite for the
GAME LAS IS r OK I l .'" ,-n var, dash on account of his victory
In the TO yard handicap at the Mlllrose
meet. Ills most itanRerous opponent
Mrs. (lllbrli lecond, Adorable, otn.d by
Mrs i;, K. Anlitnun.
flAHS ft (htnrhllbi fernnte. novice rtfit.
nfliot-a V'ln niory II. of lrl.i. owned by Mrs. (Irlf.
IHIlPrS 1C nihr sn.l Mrs. (Jllbert.
Class t'hlnchllla female, open First.
jrireeiiulrh (iiamplnn Chruk, owned by
Oren leti Kennels.
D0XS1 LVKRRA GETS IMUZE rrvo'mtT:U'lTn:n-
i-mss s nailed tuver male, novtee
i First. Sliver Cat, owned by Miss Msry
1 Moore; second, Play Hoy, owned by Mint.
t.-. iri., TA-lni.r ' Margaret Kerr, third, Winter Diiniltr.
Kinc Mnter la bortsl, KlnR winter, . ,,v ... .,f.atih- founh. i-rinee
champion silver cat of sl the world. Is winter iM.H5;;j hj'M;.. Nar.i l.....y
endurlnR his flfty.sevcntll or nearly First. Argent l)ri. onned bv the Mlssn
nt the Hotel McAlnln and ' Champion! second. Siller Call third,
that anow at tne notei MCAipin, nn ...,... nn,,n. ...,. h.. nrirfliha
though he lies In a huge pink lined cage, and Mrs. tlllbcrti fourth. P.ml llermea.
upported by nineteen silver cnp. a silver c';,VM-a.redmT kurns-i.eond.
Platter and more than a hundred rib- , thtn tiiln, one, by Mr. F.llsabelh Mayo;
' , , 'third. Urcenwlch Itene Itav, (Ireenwlch
bons. won In previous competitions, his KennIs.
expression is one of entire disgust. Ills i" Mfem op.n
mistress. Miss Carroll Mary of Ash Point, Chamrlnii, seennd (treennlrh Itenetta II.,
n,n. nt br tlm t,l t I n lii r- on neo ny iirfrnlen Kennels, Hiiro.
Me., spends most of her time explalnlns scintilla, mined bv Mr. A. II. Churcr.lll;
to visitors to the show that KlnR Winter fourth. Quaker Maid, onned by .Vr.
has a very sweet face wben at home, (hurrhil!
L . j in- u ,,,,l,i i... Class li Shmlert silver female, opr.
but dona not like to be surrounded bv ,..r .Ma.umoi.cii, ii,ee. on-it bv Ml.,
people. Msr, second. Araent teldy Spleniler.
King Winter Is In competition for owned bv the Mir.e. Champion, third.
special only, for the ten-year-old , 'f ' f'- "!f,
notne of whom are Ills own nuns nnd' Visas ts--."llver tahby male. ot,en First. . n.,n,l, .1 Hernsteln had to l) content i men to line up against the Cincinnati
aiisniors. it t'lianic i" "in i'wiii' iiui.wu, iru.n n ."nir, ,.,i-,, .,.. ..
LYNN DOG SHOW OPENS.
Joae n. CapaWnne of lUvana made
It eight straight In the nice memorial
ohess mastera" tournament, the eighth
round of -which was contested nt the.
rooms of the Manhattan Chess Club yes.
terday afternoon nnd evening, by de
feating A. II. Hodges.
As the result of Ids latent achieve
ment Capablanca still leada Kupchlk. th.
New York State champion, by two clear
points. Kiis-hlU won bla Rmo froit
Newell Hanks of Detroit, the draughts
champion, but could not gain nn his
rival. Oscar Cbajea plny.-d line ohess
against Fox if Washington, giving up i a
piece for two pawns, and be practically
kept pace wltn kuk.'iiir. iuui.m.m.
are likely to be Hylvcstcr Johnson, who
ran second In the Junior iuu ann tmra in
the senior 100 at the last outdoor metro
politan champions-hip: Have Polltzer,
one of tho miwt .'insistent short distance
men In the metropolitan district, and
Hebert, n Cattndlati sprinter who has Just
taken up his residence in New York.
Fred Stunner of Cincinnati Is another
visitor who. It Is conceded, has a Rood
chance of victory. He has run a nunrter
tulle In (" t-' seconds, yet still remains
In the Junior ranks, as he was beaten In
the national quarter mile last year.
Stormer will run In the 300 ynrd and
will meet one of tho bet balanced fields
that ever started for that event. Ilrk
Halslev of the Now York A. C Phil
Hanser and II. W. McDonald of lough
llu l.vcentn nnd IMdle Coyle of the Irish
American A. c nro the most lormmanie
Sfrw Rnatlniid llnirles
I.t.vn. Mas... .Inn. I" rto.t . ,..
rler puppies developed some ,.. '
to-day In the first day's Judging it V
Lynn Kennel CluhV nn,U '
show, David .1 Nelllg,,,,-, Ta . ,,r
Cnmbrldfo puppy, won In the ,,ni
class, and Oeorge II. Ilollaml's I' -,i.,i.
enlor puppy hitches,
Nearly all lite promm
handlers were In the ring to.,,
Addyinan took winners mn.
of II. II. Kuggles of II.i.vMi. i i 1
In Herman slurp dugs, and I ,, it.,
sick of Albany. N. Y au.pt ih.
KiiRllsh sheep dos classes In t m , a
visions. Top honors In Fren.-lt h , i r,
went to George Hllst s UnK h '
Napoleon and lr F. T M,.,', ,,,,
Coquette III, both Pay Stite ,h-, ,,,
Delmont Rot reserve w -ir. rn w' k
More than .10 of the .v, en''-. 9.,
benched. Dr. .1. H He Milnd I r , ,j,
lyn. N. V will Judge nil b', ,
specials cxceit Itnstnns, !-, i, , ,
sporting dogs. Peter's Cipti ) ,.wm
by J. n. Hudson of Wiline. i
ttrownell's Monto Crlsto. l.vi- ..,.,.
nro prominent catnlhl.ite i f. r hs. p. ,.
ton terrier in tne show PeTf. can.
tain has 11 of the K, print- i,, .. r 1 i,
become a champion M .1 lm-iin rf
l.ynn Is the Itoston terrier judg.
"i'"ii"e " v..-,o.-". .-, , fnuri, (treenwl h Mlver Itav. own. d ' game was niljourneii auer uivj n....--.
plon wants to Rive the younKsters there ' ,"ViVo"r, iV J. Kennel, ' at which stage, be had n sure win It.
with 'a flr.nv airiltmt JanowJ-W of ItrJ. i rritck.
nt I dropped half a point behind Kup- Pat Flvnn's good race In the Mlllrose
' three mile handicap has established him
Klmr Winter's mate. Henee, which came l.ln.l.av, "ennd. Silver I.addle of Jla.til.i.
down with him from-Maine for the how '' ' ".J"V iVr"1 lii'bby female -Fir,...
and occupies a luxurlnux apartment lie- i Kr, ruins', nnn.il hi Mr. Herbert Ho ton
side him. Is not so generous, She entered i, " Smoke male, mil, First,
the open class for shaded silver females The Connneror, owned bv Mrs. ileor.-
and captured a first, . . n, ;t Smoke male First. i!r..nweh
This Is the third nnnual show of the , ,.h .,ni.m .i,Ciin. nniwi to ilreenwl.h' , i n... t.it wuh l'.kewl(
Silver Society nnd la of est-vlnl Interest K.nnei,. serond. King Jam's II.. owned . ' ' . iwentv-seven moves. The
l,.n. th- tiroeeed, are to be given to bv Mi K'.U ib'Ui Klns.-.n. tM-d. Sm-k-r drawn tt (went) sen ii
l grille oeiween I rini- in ' '
IPack of llnsiklyn d-ew with Ktle
of Hiidap'st in n French defence adopted
hv the tatter In fortv-nlne moves. An
other Ftetieh defence Iwtween Tene'i-
i,rau- nir iiii" . ..,... ... , , ,..,nV,m
v... ...to'.. I n mm .ni" . .,,,,- -
mr , m.w ........ Cla.s .'J Smoke femtle
Animals, to be used In the maintenance I t,,,,,,, nwned b Mr. li.ira
of the Free llospltni lor Anunais on, on.. ,i--,iin. remaie
Iifavette afreet. Mrs. James er,
Class :s Smoke femvie- Klret Smoky nueen'a gambit devllned. wltn tne former
oren -n-.t. 'pbiMttK white. w.i won b Miiroeder.
nr.. n to of Cottare. owtiel by. v no outwmeii nis ao.vere.wj
r..,,A r.. i,a .,'n ',ltn nvnr ullrll cood
distance men as ltu."ell Springsteen, j
Matt Hals. Abe lembcrg. Hugh Hononan,
Charles Pores and John I). Hell.
Brooklyn I'ot.i Heals Drove),
Plllt.APEI.riltA, .1,'in IT Pr. i Js.
stlttlte went down to defi at lit 'h hin1
of Hrookln Poly In a Ran - of hi '..',
ball on the homo floor th nfi' , hT
a score of ,.) to IS The ,.r a' .,
SCHMETZEL TO HEAD TEAM.
of the first hall wn- to
Itrooklyn Poly Km l.n
and Flshel played we'!
. - -I.l ,.,!.r,l it' lirenwicn Ivenneis. . I 111- i.llt-i inn .
.1- Z ..Mod wiV he ., eVl ...''- -?,-r.,h'?:.h-,J1', ..Jr I-.""""? t the players:
of visitors to the show. Tint the arlsto-! rhiir-hlll ... , ,. liVi i
critic cats are In svmpathv wuh the Class .11 Jl'v.r tahby first. Pu.sv t pshlane.v. I
pur,!,ise,flo? (hVlisig, ij.hownby ,he . PurM-;. owned rr" . U
laci inai man) oi int-iii h.mi- i,....- "u"-' . tonh.!.., owne; i,y .vilss lerf.a iiarnno unje, .
fastrne-l to their cages, asking alms for 3:, first. Iteilanee Satlor Hoy
onned pv irs .v .m jiciui'i-r.
MtOttT H.MUIID CATS.
Oreen-vliS Silver tin llui, ownet by
Colli merce Outsvslnis Clinton.
Pe Witt Clinton High School lot n
I. Players, w
rot ; 4
: Srhro-er . S'4
Hi Hodges .1
S Perkins 5
JS HI ok . ... ;
I llltlK. . ..
vppolnfrd Mstisgrr of Colnmbla'a
C II Schmetr.el was appointed yes-1 lies -for the visit ng trim .
rdav manager of the Columbia hand-'and HIHnm statied f"' 1'" '
Irvlnn I'lve llftvs 11s Herl.elet,
The Irvine S.hool biskei ,1 i.
defeated tho Herkelev five e i"'i at
the tatter's gymna'-.tfii In ' ' a'
I 1 r. in ? Pr.'ivat made in, ' , 1- .
Indigent cat, and with Ingratiating purrs
Jhey seem to Implore generous contributions.
There are a number of fine cats In , rsreenw u h Kennel., Aral,
the show, running all the way In color
'.,. h- n-i1et silver to deetl smoke.
Mrs Harris asked $1,000,000 for the . i,i...a abided that the best cat
death of her husband. The largest Iuir- ... r 1 on.verr.i. a Chinchilla male.
gage award, It Is supposed, will be paid 1 years old. owned by Mrs DnVid Sturte-' ,uat swimming tne
in Mr. I'nnrintro it. .ai . an nr tit . .... . ..t.,.....i .1.. t.Ha n'li- . u, 1110 '
" . ... tain 01 ,iuiMiiiiii,ii'- i," . t.iiiui.-, ." , -
Hertnantnwn. Pa., who nssed Jl . i.3,'- k,.,n . ,-lnrl.i Vlctls. n I'hlnihilla fe- i, ,-. veeterday Tt.e telay tare nl-1 mack
for the loss of her wardrobe and other , lp ,nan )Mr owned by ,rir:el the nvisi alter .11 Commerce1
effects. It Is rumored that she will Ret M ,. . (jrltllth and Mrs olive i: i. ,, ht le.d at t'-e wav In the, Plttslinric "any nran i nunir.
$10,000. i flllhert of New York. Clor.a Vu tts ; der wat( r svv in. w .1 i . a new event PrrTsntTO. Pa . Jan. 27 The Colgato
The discussion of the settlement plan ( announces that she Is fur sale The r i,.i! s ' oltic annnineis. I. Divt. ,.,,,1,411 tl, ,. wis d feate.1 bv l!ie
was not entered Into until all the testl- . j,,,, chinchilla female is !lor 11 of n- ci.ntun made the best f-how tie. crawl.- ' ',.v of ,. tnbmg here to-night bv
siillnll team which will be formed at the
('4 ' expiration of the present university tour-
'. !, nametit. Schinctzcl said that be Is ar-
wiLfflnff u. npftt uriii.tloA inei'tH Wltll
local clubs to get the team In shape be
fore the opening clash In the newly
In the ninth round, f be piayoo ai Mirror 1 league 1,, , . e ... .-. ii-i
the rooms of the Umpire city Chess The Crescent A. C. City A. C. and the I
C'lib sts-Tp i ovlvvav, this nfternoon and I Whitehall Club probably will be played,
eveni-.g. the pairings will be: , It. the tournament W. I) Cunningham.
iv-i.h'k v. Cliiles. Herrjsteln vs former Yalo tennis captain and winner
H-ti.te llodces vs Jnno'.v'fkl. Hosenthir of the Columbia tournament In that
HiliKH, HOdB.s ys. Jnn''"ii ! kr, f.,.1 ..., 1 i. the third
et o High iioo of ' vs Capablanca. Scirorsler v. Trnenwur-j sport last fall. ovil nto tne mini
'itjH.K v-:. Perkins and Fox v- toun ;mve,,
.'l,i. Inl.V t.'iOO fit. I IIIai'K. I . . .....
unmy In the limitation proceedings was I ."raai mother of Hloria V'.ctis, and be.
taken, 111 wns anion Hi"-- mi' , long ng to the same owners.
Line sought to limit Its liability to ap- Some of the rats are great travellers
tg under Hie ur'i, e of th water 120
feet before hs Vreath B.n- oM W j - ' ,, , . f
who went ts fed. w.is third , lead of 13 to v.
proximately ISR.tmo under the Fulled
Stales admiralty laws. If Judge Mnver
holds that the line Is entitled to the lim
itation the court will also nave to ne.
Three of them luly Patricia. I.ady
Schultr. anil I-ady Phvllls. tne nrst
owned by the Kmplte Cattery, the second
by the Misses Iech and Hanson and the
C dgate e'lmnlete'
the third tound are It 1. Hog.in.
Fried, Alex Mllvli,., M Stein, I. Isler, T
P.i.h, I. O.nsberg and 1.. 1 Arnnescu.
clde how much of the IllD.AOO on de-, ... . jtM(,r i,n Davis Me.ver
posit Willi It shall be thrown into tne mp n, n(t wav frm c.maili. Thev
settlement fund and how much shall be nrp (.n ,rrnic lutie shaded silver females
retained for reimbursement of the dis- T(1Ii(iv snookums of Arrand.ile. owned by
seining creditors Mrs. K II l.lndsav. travelled b "v
Hunt, lls.ll Units, proctors for ',. fron1 Ohio JudgltiK from the "f-.r
many of the assenting claimants, cabled I . (;r(, llls c1(:t. t) baniHome
to their London solicitors vesterday to hllNr tatlty s sn well pleased w.tb New
dtop the suits Instituted In the Hrltlsh YorU that he would consent t mm
courts J i,,.rP if some nice New Yorker won .
"IT 1. TT ... I Inv.te, him
shntttieU Heads 1 rafllp oiilinlt tee. j T,)f Champion of S'apletnr
Albert It Shattuck has been made 1 Staten Island, show a group o' s' ule '
chairman of the street traffic rommlttee 1 silvers. In cages adorned with pink tot
of the American Museum of Safety, to and clustering vines There is sc.ir'ei
succeed Dr (leorge F Ktlliz. who with- 1 a cage III the show that i w lived u
drew to take charge of another depart- with dowers nnd velvet rush on hi'
ment of tho museum's activities. most of the cats appear to pie'cr Iv g
dlli w of H'w,.y l.ves . I
Matltli 1 To-Ill w .V. Wl-I 1 t
WINTER GARDEN K'at
vtvilM.l. itt.xrvv ai-.- ,i" i"
?h;h SPRING FASHION SHOW 44th ST. riil'm- :
My Mnotlfltut- 1'riu I'li m' T' I'W
P. S. BOARD MOVES TO
USE L. I. R. R. TRACKS
DUTCH FUND HERE ALREADY.
EMBARGO ON FREIGHT
(innrniits i'ril.t llaa (iolil Arconnt
Total sometime.) t (1,000,000.
At the oitlee of the (iuaranty Tiust
Coinnanv n wns said vesterday thai
" rtierti vias tinthlng new in the establish-.
. ... ment of n Dutch gold fund here, as'
Cllllilillilll NtltllOS roilllllf 1 1 ('' ti,;it instltut'on. which is the New York
, orri,ondent or the Hank 01 trie
Netherlands, has been nialntalnlnc such
Jh fund .ever since the war began Cill
ers of Ihe trust company snid that a
larso amount of gold was Jield In tneit
.vaults for the Dutch account. They said
, that this fund was close to JIO.OOO.OOO The Pennsylvania Ilallroad ,ee.,.,b.
Having ! etalled rport from UH. al Umm ,, aJ1 furtt,er slnted that llsh-il vesterday lt fielght einhargo f..r
F.nglneer Craven relative to mmilng city ,,,,, )1(tl. of tne .Netherlands had Is-' points east of Tn nton. N .1 . Inrlud.r.g
t( IMv Yliiieit(iiiP-..it.l('
IMi l'nrt in Fomiiir
liililliiml to Ucfllo
j the w hole of New Kuclnnd t nder the
I order, which went Into effect nt one-
i.i .,nin over the Tionc Island sued bank notes against this fund.
Itallroad through Flushing to White-' csiunting ,t as reserve held In Its own
stone and Little Neck, the PubllP Service j ,...'. ...,.rav - con. i only lle stock, perishable frelirDt. food-
Commission yesterday empowered the ,.,, lmorR of ,ho ,.J,ahlMiment of a "luffs lr lin consumption .iovern ,
chairman to name a ommlttee to oi.nfer fur,l,,r .., , nede n- They declined -ntfre gh M--" - ; ' ;
with the Trap.lt Committee of the Hoard, o 13 I-U.iomvM,-, with U ..-11 on ,( , ,1Mrlrt ,mlm.,, ,
of Kstlmate. the ling Island Ilallroad stPr,'lrut exchanRe waa unchanged nt her notice.
Company and the Interborough Hapld 4 7t; for ,llMnand and 4 Tfi 15-1-5 ' In the tatemcnt Issued tt ! sa Id th.n
TransU Company to devise atnendmenta for .cable, ranc-s wy towjr Jr
to the present contracts ao oa to permit U for i checksand nD'5(1n;(i;avt,'eR,t tho transferring of cars to the N.-vv
use of the long Island's tracks. Counsel ..- 5 H4)ll WpPCtlveiy. Italian York, New Haven and Hartford lta I-
for the commi-slon nas uecioea mm ir dropped to 6 TIN, aRBinst Bl '" Aon Z r V, ii,. . , . .
under the present contracta th Inter- i the previous close, and rubles ease.1 on
botriugh could no, be compelled to ac- M -
cept the proKltloii
Chief Knglneer Craven
selling at 74
I for slRht drafts and "4 T-1B for cables
reported that I They were Quoted on Wednesdny at
an extension of the Corona line overt T4ij for drafts and 74 9-IB for cables,
the I.mg Island' tracks to Wlrltestone AmuIan kr0nen dropped from 1..60 to
. - ... .a .. a 1 '
and Little .seen oan uo cutn-io.
totnl expenditure of K.450,000, Including
a city expenditure of J410.000 If mich
hres are operated a extenlons under
P.i n n would result In an annual
deficit to the city of nbout $200,000. If i
n, nit . tt'.re to build its owni line Its , rnviMn N. v.. Jan. 27. A committee
expenditure would rcax-h 17.750,000, and j wnJ) appointed to-day bv the organisation
MAYORS SEEK MTTOHEL'S AID.
Want Help In FlBhtinB Pifer
,(ioo can of fielght on Hidings of
the J'ennsv Ivanla destined tn .i nts
cast of Trenton It is said that In nrde.
to protect the shippeis and the travel
ling public It Is t'ecesary to refuse
acj-ept further tratllc except of the de
serlption mentlone.1 until the lines are
cleared. The statement says spccnl
cally that the following frelgirit will ti
All kinds of freight on or by way of
the New Haven routed by way of Clreen
vllle. Shipments of all kinds of freight with
the exceptions named for all Junction
points east of Trenton
All shipments wneti consigned or re. I
JHin a I MaiuiffsTom w A 'llnir '-' I
11 I- I iKNK M It'll
II l'( l,t V IM N( II ' Tribune
4rtlinr llniiimer.teln flTBf "t 'J V 1 r J. V
l-n-H-nt. Hie Musli ! I'l "U..JJi.t-U?..
W I Ni si till I, 111' VDVIITHS
I'-i.ci 7' SI on SI 5-' ltnvesl -.'0
.....ntine j.il, 1'. itf H W4V l.ves. s i,
fLAIHUUit Matiwrs To-m w.v.v.'sl.' t.
Mats Tteni nAWist '-' 0
in '-iiii rutin it hut.."
llUntUI Mats Tom Tucs J. Hitirs'J I
1 ii'K ti rime. I ;al ".
Itl'.M I IIMHir IV KIWN -l.e- World
OQTU CT The i r.ear IIVk Kv. s 15
MnllniH" ro-m'T A ett 2 l'
CM 1 1 1 M l'. IAS 111
II'WJV 'Will S MVS. H 11
MatiiirrsTo'in s Wiil "J I"
CUIIDCDT 4"h W of H'wav Kvs. S 1
OnUDLn I .MatlneesTo-Ill Weil I.' I .
A In same
2(Mth TIME TO-NIGHT
I v its s .'O.
Mvtlmes Tieni Weil - '-'"
I WQp 'J,I V of It wav
DRIIIPCCC a'nh near II iv P x v :'H
rniHucaa Maunee-Ttviiri. wi sn
A .Sew Musical l iumtly Tli.it N DIITennt
VERY GOOD EDDIE
Atepttth vrtr.ii iiir.Adm
st I hf.i. l in: 1 hi;
at iu ,iu r.i. mm i
fuilrr A Tn ntunl:i I to tt
lldiulnc. World t'hjiniiliiii lt SLj(rr.
rnrlH, (i to Kvinc nl oinner .v i 1 1
Tatile niMratlim's )in Jiip Trl .vh.S Hryaiu
I O'lllKllts 1 " Dolllile HIII,ttTlnie (inve.iii.,
rnzm. I'ertnl: Martlnelll, lie i.uca I'agllascl.
t'ajattl. Camn. Ainalo. Cond.. Ilavagnoll.
Sl. Mat. at M. 1 railata. Itempel. Ilotia, l)s
i l.uca, luda. Tiganl. Cond.. nvvairnnll
!iil. at s i;.v to 5 I Lohengrin. llad.kl.Matf-etiam-r.
Mm. I.ve. Itlrhuril Magner Cnnterl. Kurt
Utillehlll Ort'h. Cond.. Ilageman
evi Mmi.at s I S I. in la. li4ni"nto.(debit) .
Mnrtiiielll. Aniai.i Cond llavncnoll
VA- il.at s 1.). t'avallerta Ku.lli ana.Zarska.
Ilraslau It.n t.i. Ilet a.-., .f, J 1,1 l.vHiitr.ras. Fit
ziu t'eiinl Martlnelll, Del.ura Cnnd ltavagnoll.
Ihiirs. at '.'.HI ttbrlniidd. Matenalier.
It.ipiHild. IH'.r .sembii-ll Well, (iiirltl llrlss.
llr.itin ltii)Mlal.Althtii-,-. Coud Mi.lankv,
I bur., at 13. I .a llolieine. Alda. Cajattl,
l aril'M. M-otti Diilur C Mid Hal arfiinll
I rl. at s I " Made I'tllle, lild.kl Hemiiel
Ma-till I H'1. Itriiin l.nrlr HeK- C.f llndanzky
IIAIIDMAN PIANd L'.SKH.
t.2nd 8t A rent, Park Wt.
Thonr k00 ColuDibu.
l.M' KKKKvenlnes s .III. Hat Mat. 2 .10
TnnirfMil'i'trouiii. a fa. Pavilion d'Arinlde
lUlllglll.i. Aprcs.Mldld'un faiitie-l'rliicelsor
CAT UAT ' I'ailtlon d" X nnlde - I'e
dftl. rnHIo troticlika Ciruaval
(JIT rUC 1. (IIm.ii tie IVii la.. Sylphldes
OH I.LTu.i, Apre.-MliU d'uiil-'aune-l'micc lm.r
I-rl.T. 1. l .vi. .'. J vi. tl. 1.
IIAIIDMAN I'lAMl IIMKI).
. ifiM-r tiia r-aii ii ibi? f ninriLLJ 1 1 k ur-iiv.iL i ,.r tan Mn rnrmpn in iiiriiL imp hi-
would' be $273,500. The chief engineer . crfflM ,n onB j. fnr on the New York consigned to New 1 ork lighterage, .Man
conch.d therefore that the dty would Sl to Interview Mayor Mltchel of hattan or Or'rji rtlK N. J . p ers
.m i?"i.ia: in f. l.ne on a. live cent "VT!"..", f Mvn,. av, which ' Hallway destined beyond Maybrook, .V
fare to tho extreme ends of both the
Whltestone arid Little Neck branches.
He savH that If beyond Broadway.
1'iiishlnV. and College. IVilnt all passen
gels were reUtred to pay a second fat"
a net additional revenue of $154,000
would be provided and o deficit of about
$'Jfi.00i would tesiiiu Jim t.nu'.i in
ih-.r ih cltv's besi interesta -would be
conserved If the two fare arrangement
can be made.
Chairman Straus named as uie con
ference committee Commissioner Henry
V. Hodge, Patilel I,. Turner, deputy en
gineer of Bitbway construction; Secre
tary Travis II. Vhltnny nnd Asertstant
Couneel I.e Hoy T. llnrkness,
HIGHER ST. PAUL DIVIDEND,
Mavor U-nnon jireslded, was held In thn V., or the Central New Hngland, or In
miI. ... rv vv will.ne tn Poughkcensie. 'way of Martins Creek, N .1, and the
Onlv ono Mayor, Heorge I.unn of Schenec-I L. nnd N K. Hallroad. with the excep.
tad'y, who was III. wan absent. Mayor
Flske of Mount vernon. -inyor i.orwin
of N'ewliurgh nnd Village Tresldent Tier-
son of Tarrytown were api-olnte to en
list Mayor .Mllcliein nut.
Th Mayors are fighting the proposed
Increase from two to two and a half
cents- a mile In one way fare.
Mkiih (. narles Pllllnnham
MATINEE DAILY i',:::;, $1.00
k,Ii:t Ml .1 Sit Mat '.'' In 1 Ml
uin uin unnniv i n'l'i
nir nir nwmisi ivupi
CflllClV HI' sens.itli.il it -'.in Hi
oUUoAiivNI) be llallH MihlMh
si.ictsl by It II Unmade
8UNDAY s'ii., SOUS A
(iin iti Khmviml ttimnl n.o lt ,-ui
n turn ainJiraiit' -tnil purlin hv i-t
:!:i:,e- MR. and MRS.
......e T-tTrr lln'ln-n
IVI eAVJIVJI I k. I i a. nl,raiit
OLD GUARD BALL
TICKKT-s M. admit rit; osr. (,i:nh.k.
man mi n ii i.miii:-. iii mi i iiiiiii:
iioti:i ami -:w .Mr r
MOTOR BOAT SHOW
HUN CENTRAL PAL A.
r-ni IK.TV OK NKW Yoltlv
JDM'C MltVNKV, CIIMMCrolt.
v r. s t i v i. o n c i: it r s
Iiii- llcril.niii nt '.-: l. Carnrgle Hall.
MAI 11 Millie tn 11 in ilor I'oni'erto in 1 minor
for I'Uno and iiniu-.tr.-i i'a-vsai'aglU for Or
chestra IIKK.THOVKV iiiphony No. S
llverture l..tnn.re No 'I
-,il,.M I'.IOKM III K IIKMIN. I'lvnM
rvt Minilav Kit. al a, Carnegie Hall,
I be N. Y. I'tillliariiiiinle (In he.tra
Ihe (Irntnrlo tnlet of New 1 ork
Caroline lluil.i.ii-ilevsnder. Soprano Iteeit
Miller, Tenor, Nevada van der eer. Con.
tralto, 4rlhur Mlildlelnn, I!ai.
9th SYMPHONY BEETHOVEN
Itndcr direction of Jo.rf Strati. Wt.
Conduclert bv I mil. Kiieinuirnlrli.
Ticket, at llm Office l'ell V l.elfcls, .Mgr
mxtii mi munnn
l ltlDVV MIlltMM. VII Sll VI. i;
HOtll, llll.l VIOIti:, I lil. Morning at II
I- Mt I
tt I I I
HIIVIVM World. Hlhi-si Tenor
11. bill of I'tllllll M VIIIIIOIIIIV
(irent (irnln Crop Adile to H1I
The Chicago, Milwaukee and St. I'aul
ItalliMiy Company Iiiib declariil u .cml
antiuil dividend of 'J'.j per cent, on
the common stock, which was an In-cre-iso
of t of 1 per cent, over the
dividend of six months ago, when the
H'liil-aiui'ial rate was n-creased tn 2
i oil I'or Ihren on. I a half years
before lliat meeting the common stock : of tlrsl niorlgiute E per cent llfty year
Prnnn. Order l.arlO More Clare.
Orders for l.af.O all atcel box cars
for the Pennsylvania line west of
I'lttsburg were forwarded yeterday to
the simps of tho railroad at Altoona,
J'n, These oars will replace, old equip
ment. The nhovo orders call for 1,000
all steel automobile cars, for use of
tlm Pennsylvania (.'ompiny Bnd the
I'lttsburg, Cincinnati, Chicago and Ht.
I.ouls Hallway Company. Two hun
dred ordinary all uteel box cars are for
the Vand.illa lUllroad and ISO ordinary
all steel box enrs are for the Orand
ItnpIdH nnd Indiana Itnllwny.
IMnn tn (innril Miawmnt Honda.
v iiroteetlve committee has been
formed In the Interests of the holders
dvl.let.il had been at the rate of f.
per lent, a vrar. The regular 3 4 per
..nt preferred stock dividend was also
Tin lecord grain crop of last fall
f'i ,,c,Ui . .v g .p., -ii' ,et v to any
t- ,gh en n ii pri.grani.iie .if t.n.le de- , n,gn from tile low llgiirea of last vear.
"',"' I'V'i iinngs a-e enM-ni,,!- a i mirov ement III t he lumber biiHlness fol
.orihtfii, te ti. ani'l.il poll, v and Ihe wli-e I lowed the grain mnent Ilallroad
iiilm.nli-t ration of tho tariff conditions In the Norlhweat ar r-
"Vmcrkan tariff revision hereafter I ported an tetter tenerally,
gold bonds nnd the holders of refund
log tltst mortgage ( per cent llfty year
gold bonds of the I'lttsburg. Shaw
mut and Norlhern Ilallroad Company
Howard llayne h clKilrnian. (Uher
iiait.d the recover) In St I'aul sunt-I member of the bondholders' protective
committee are, vvinarii iv. i.iimisier,
William O. Ixiiv, .Ir Frank I.. Hchef-
fey and Kmll Klein,
defkislted with the
Honds are to he
BOY OF 11 FIGHTS TEACHERS.
Pnnche. Prlnolpnl In TVo.e. Then VSTSJ THEATRE FRANCAIS Vh H.
nllea 111m In I.ric. . lji Phone iraiii -.Misw, r;vea, e. ju.
' fM Mat.. Thiir.. A Sat '.'-.'il.
natniKt'ORT, Conn., Jan. 17 Itecnuse VKr ( I C I N "
.1.. i. ...i,. i, .,.... .,. sar - a wwwa.s
hMt another lioy In the schoolroom this foll,1BW"l"hl .'Vkl-iel. ,'8ur." ,
Piomlng Mlrliael Smith, 11 vears old. Ipiiis Al' I'KIt VOON I Lh-riry Mat
Attacked his teacher and caused her to iirleiu Mii.ierpl.i'c "lll,N'lll'.l"n:."
flee In fright to Kverett R. Ovitrlght. 1 !-itiii.iyConiertsiinioiic.iiiiiiii iiiriin-i nun..-.
in... ... .T... ...... I..-M. .-.'' SITCI4I.
..llt-t.j.t-. t.i.ti ..in ..M..I..IK in".', uo tt.i.i . 'fill.' S'CVIlK SIlI'lKI Y
would not listen to the mild rebukes of i M(INIV I mill ririwlmn
Cortrleht. Instead he nunched Ihe nrin . .".V.'-Vi 'ONI'. PHHTdllMANCK ONH
... . ...... I H Bi Ul V t,l,tr.t AnttTCAn
. nn in ,nn nr.ttp. I -iri rit-MT rtt.iri.t,. T .Hra ... .
: " '.'",r".. " rais w. n a acw
ruler and tried to tilt tho boy off .seal. Mm. jv Al HTIN ADAMS
Michael then lilt hltn In Uie calf of the
leg, The combatants, struggled for H'v-
er:il minute., until CVirt rlirht broke nuav
from the boy. hurried to a telephone and ITodiind piat t.v " v.r.niim nroro
calleil the pollie. I
Michael was arrested on a charge of
I "God and Company"
(HJIM HI . (1
fUII(l,n(IO to I)reile N. V, Itny, 1
vVashinoton, Jan. 27 In nccordai - e
with suggestions tnniln by the health of
flco of New York, Secretary of War Har
rison forwarded to. day a communication .
to the House recommending an appro
prlatlon of $'Jf.O,oon to dredge Hie chan
nel between Slnten Island and Hoffman
Island and an extension of the channel
to Hwlnbiirne Island In New York liar-1
bor. It Is recommended that the chan
nel bo dredged to a depth of ilxteen
feet and a width of 200 feet
W 41 St Phone llr.v 10 Kva s is,
.Mai. vv c.i rop.i a, ?.ai i
MiMlral Hit, I "Mb l.l.i:MIH I' VIM Kit.
CTAIvJriADrt IVnav A'.inth Ht Kv..'.,'.c to SI
alAlNUAttU "lie:terinil Mnsdalene"
Mul l.tl 'JMiiT.V inllli Julia Arflmr.
.Neil link "Itlll.l.l.Nd M(lr.s"
n llll.l hV. iTA.lit Av I'l
'Clo.1'; 'Koadrtoii.e', ' l'lie I'limr
laa M2 Kv K 4 A. Mat.
i 'll.tl Cloak 1
IRVING PL. THEATRE
Bat. Mat & Eve. "Hobelt Tsntt Walter.
First appearance in New York Hits season
Assisted ' vii v SVSMII.I.
by ltl.INVI.il t'.IIItF.MIMII.
He. Seals $.1 IkucsSIO Management
" Yi"v Vinue'"1'1"' R. E. Johnston
HIPPODROME .y'iV SOUSA
OPENS TOMORROW 2 P. M.'Wv. ItlAUblt I tl 1 1
,lun. 2ith tn Ih. fl. 10 A, 1, to 10.30 I. M, D O M A fSJ I l Wt'lli l)
' II H ' III I TIMlH
r PAQUITA MADRIQUERA
uwini to ihnijMniW turiti'd -awav ,t SuikI.ij
I HI' U Ill's. I
H'way A JOth st I i. ji M
Mats 'I. m w A W i Ht
III .1 1 I i
lilt I II III'
Ml Ms It
IVPEIIU West 4. Mh st I- . a .
LiuCUn Mi. I ,.-i., .V I
ETHEL BARRYMORh, ;
"(It It Miffs. Mil II I M t
NEW AMSTERDAM V" s
M.AW A KHI M.I It M i-
Last 3 Performances!
Just 3 More Chances of
Complete Happiness !
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