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thv mr I'll'IT READY FOR TO-DAY'S REVIEW-THE SHIPS, FROM LEFT TO BIGHT, ARK NORTH-DAKOTA,
ni'LAUAH.'.. MU'llHiAX SOI '.'.? CAROLINA, LOUISIANA. KANSAS. VERMONT AND NEW HAMPSHIBE.
Night Spent Ashore Ends in
First Fatality to Mar Mobi?
lization of Fleet in
COMPANION DIVES IN VAIN
Recovers Nothing but Cap Af?
ter Clumsiness of Boat from
Which Officer Had Been
The first ffitality to mar the feetlvl
ties Of Um naval mobilization in th<
Hudson occurred early yesterday
morning in UM opaque darkness that
precedca Um 'lawn. A party of ensigr,
wai returning from ? night spent
ashore, a merry but by no means a dls
. rdcrly night, to the varlous battlc
?hlpe and crulaari arbJch have been
ng Weel lft8tb street as their land?
As the launch they had hired at 158th
street, after visiting five or six other
ararehlpa and dreppta-g paaaniigere.
headed for the starbnard gangway if
ihe tatUeehip Khede Island. Ensitfn
Ai.dres H. Butler sQuirmed out from
under the canopy covering the r-ockpit
and oeeeoi himself on the beadlng of
the launch tn he the flrst one upon thi*
fMlfway. Al he dld so the laun-h
.* a lurch and threw him into the
water. The tide swept him away anl
he was drowned.
Young Butler*! cimpanions an.
c lassmates in the launch forgot for the
moment that he was a po<>r swlmmer
?hardly ? swlmmer at all. In fact.
They threw life preeervera, and ex
pect--d him to buoy himself up with
these until they t ould brlng the launch
about and pull him out of the water.
In the mean time they busled them
nelves strlpplng off their cloth.'.*--, to
plunge ln after him should that prove
necessary. But two things milltated
against the lUCceaa of their progranum*
-the strength of the tide and Um
clumsiness of the boat.
Officers Replace Skipper.
The your.g offlcers, accustomed to tho
responsive navy Imuncbct and steam?
ers, soon rcalized that the boat they
were ln would not re.*-*pond to the till-?r
with anything like the alacrity of the
navy boats. The skipper of the launch
took so long manceuvrlng her to go to
the rescue that flnally they pushed him
off the seat and took charge th?*m
selves. By this time, however, the boat
had swung tOBM flfty yards below the
enslgn struggling In the water.
lt was at this juncture that Enslgn
Butler guve a cry for'help, the first ln
dloatlon he had given that he was ln
tlistress. With the strong tide against
them, the offlcers ln tlie boat llgured
they could reach him much more
qulckly in the boat than by Jumping
overboard. Kurthermore, a lifebuoy WBA
floatlng wlthin ten yards of hlm and
in the dlrectlon the tide was taking.
Why h_? did not make fur thls life- j
l?e!t his compa'iioiis could not under- J
siai.d, but yeaterday, In teiiing ..' the |
tiagedy, they thought young Hutl.-r
niti-t havi* heen paniestricken Hecried
fer help again, and went down before
they got to him. Enslgn Frank l>. :
lianock, alao nf tin* Rbode Ialand, dlved |
after hlm, but all he could reCOVCT was'
his hat, arhleh was Boatlng arhere he
had last bf n seen.
Trsin Seerchlights on Water.
lmmedlately WOtfd ol the a.*. ident waa
\'-\)r(l to thi deck '>f the RhOde Island.
and Um battleahlp broke fron har
n-.asthead th- refltical slrlnp of four
w-hite lightv. denoUng tlu- lett.r '/..
Whlch, when used alone, means "i-mii
ovi??? '..iu.' The olher battieshlps and
. ruis. rs all aioag the li"e lur s-vt-ral
mllea broke the sam.- slgnal from thi Ir
maata, showing they had aeaa and oom*
prehended the meeeesfe. Then all of
them. as Qttkkly as they could, tralned
thelr sean hligbts aa the aratOf all about
and r>ut on* together a myriad of rnnall
boats to mrdb for the lost man.
For an hour, arhlla the clty a few
hundred'yards away sbpt peacefully.
obiivious of thelr omtnoua activity, the
jnen of the fb-et coutbed the waters of
- Hudson f..r the body of the drown. d
offlcer. The RhOde Island. with the
femaphore iinns which she iih< m for de-'
tailed messages at night. wigw ?
the story ..f tin tragady to bar dster
ships- Every OfBcer of the deck iu the
flf-rt practlcally knew troaa the rapid
??..iling of those lllumlnated arms that
Bnalgn Butler had gone tO a watery
grav-a havlng fallen oll a ihore boal
on bla way out to the battleeblp Rhode
Thev worked. these men. untll the
dawn showed them the hopelessness of
their task. Then they put back to
their reapectlv. ships. The Rhoda
Island alone had sent out tWO iteamew
and two whaleboais to e___"Ch the
waters for the body. Theae four bnals
were jolned by another steamer. arlth
the patrol at 158th street aboard.
The many other ships near by
manned at least two boats apiece. but
all in valn. There was aOOM disposi
tion yeaterday tn complaln of the time
coneumed before tne MarchUghta could
be tralned on the water Immedlatel)
about the boats, but this was the com
plamt of those to whom seconds at that
time seemed like hmirs. An elcctiician
is always on duty at night on every
battleship to operate the aearchllght
He needed only the order from the
offlcer of the deck to get busy.
Victim a Louiaiana Man.
Ensign Butler hailed from Loutslanft.
He was graduatt-.l from tlie Naval
A'*ademy ln the class of 11.
About 0 o'clock yesterday morning
WlTilam Keating, of No. 444 West D6th
Btraat, owner of a launch with u Boat
a; 150th street and the North Klver.
reported to the police that he was en
gaged tO take a party nf sailors an.l
ollicers to tlie Klmde Island. Keating
said there were ahout aigbteen men in
the party when it 1? ft tbe Boat an.l
started for the battleship. About half
way there a man who had been seate.l
in the stern of the boat. he said. piKhed
?Trom his position over the side.
The launch was stopped and one of
the offlcers with the party dlved over
alter tbe man He dived three times,
but could not reach tbe man, the tide
runnlng strongly at thls polnt. Th-_
r? mainder nf tlie party continued to the
battleship, and then Captain Keating
returned to shore. He reported the
death to Patroiman Bullman, of tha
West 182d street statlon, and the Har?
bor Squad was communlcated with and
police boats sent to the scene.
The "sailor" mentloned was un?
doubtedly Enslgn Butler, the Rhode
island havlng nilssed none other of its
BOAT OWNERS COIN MONEY
To-day Will Be Busy with Re?
view, Inspection and Dinner.
The great fleet of warships In the Hud?
son dld an unprecedented soclul buslti"**s
yeetei-ay, lt belng the last day and the
baat day of tlie mobilization for euch
BCtirltlee The Hudson seemed to d.iti.-e
00 *-n?l in Inltatloii at the myrlad of
sputlering launchea rhurning Its boeom.
But ne amount of tosslng about could
diseourage the vlslting cltlzens, who In
wns of thousands squeezed aboard the
llcenaed foiiloa and elaaberad over i'n.*le
Bam'o Aaa ~1k fighting ehipa
Ne flner day for a view of tha nlghty
? madp could have been chosen Klverslde
l'ark pwarmed with N.w Xorken, who
heartlly agreed with thiH. Ai .1 Rlveralde
Drive reeolvod Itself lnto mch n prome
nade as Fifth avenue becomes on ? flne
Kasier, Its sidewalks i liok- il wlth thi.*Je
wl.o wished to dlvlda a llttle of the pub?
lic attention wlth the battleshlpi and t-^t.
roudway?two opposlng streama of flash
Ing motors. which had to be dammed
iv. ry so often by 'be wavlng of a pollce?
man s ? *riiltt*' to lat the pedestrlana pour
from OM slde to ibe Other* I'erhaps the
baarkera of wovenli .lags dldn't do a
But tl.e real fortunes w.-rc made l,y tbe
o'Miers of launches. wlth llttle white tin
pefUMOtl on them. Obtalned frorn the I****
partmeat of Docki and ?Forrlea, permtt
tli.g them to convey a eerialn number of
vlsltors to and from th>_ battleshlps. All
tbe weel tb<* awaera of theao boata ba.i
been barklng at Um b,*ad of the gaagwaya
leading to thelr Boata trylng wlth aii t'.e
honey of their Coney Ialand eloQueaco te
.nt!'. people aboard their craft yeater?
day thal eloquence, \.,i*cd ln sbreds -i-ei
tatters, they employed ho hoiding pro
*-,..!'?,. cu-tomera i a.*i: Tha struggie
araa i gi m 11;n-..*.
View Ships from Car Top
Hundred- of men aei boya rode on top
of the slowly moving fi el_*ht triln-- along
tba n. .*; froai fron Mth atreet to
Kort Waahlngton Polnt Thoae who t.,..k
tbe cbani? of riding OB these tiali.s were
not molested by the police or tiatn hands.
Al Tstb streit an accident was n.'u
i.c*aI\* .iv-.-rted wli.n une of tha freight
iiains on WhiCh Wae a crowd of BMO and
boya paited, thrOWlag several of the
ildcrs to tbe ground alongslde the tracks.
Tlm tjain was movlnc north slowly wln-n
BomeoBa pulled the eoupUng between tbe
fourth and fifth cars. or lt broke, and the
forward can draw away from thoae in
Oree af tbe lnteresting Incideote of the
day was the pre-sentation af tbe three
trophlee won on ?Saturday by the naval
mllltla of South ''arolina ln the Inter?
state racea. The presentatlons took place
00 the Cfraalte State, the quarters of the
New York Naval Mllltla. nt West 'J^ih
The trephtea wetu the ehaUeage cup,
foi* annual competKlon, ib<* Doncaa tro*
phy and the whalehoat trophy. The
sturdy amateur tan fi-om South carolina
took all three eventa ln the races on
Paturday from th* H*M York Naval Ml*
itia and crews frrim aeveral other Itatea
The prizes w? re presented by LlOUtenant
Jo-ephthnl, t.f the Saw York Naval MHI
tia, before a Urge proWi tt rt- '
Maa* "f the rlattora wer.' attracted i>>
the odd looklnK -tibmarine boats. arhlch
we.-r tled up -i-iigsiiie the loat ..t Weat
1X24 atreet The .i-ltora to the-. I itl
ha.l to Le _att-_ed, unleaa thej n_raann-d
with ii special pa*--. 10 IOO_ Bt
ahaped i raft frocn the pler.
Tea the Rege Below Decka.
t.f courae, pretty nearl) everj ofhcei
ot ao It seemed. ha.l hla own little part
of frlenda to pllot over the ahip to ? h: h
he waa attached, nn.i tma prored ?
the rage beh.w .1. ? ks On tiie Saanhlp
i'orinectl.iit Df W C Bralstel. tl..- 6*04
.urgcon, and Dr. J 11 Men. hls aeelataat
enttrtalned Hls Bxcellenc* Slmon da __?
terburaar. euraeon general of the Ruootan
Carde, pl*lTJf COUDClllOt .u.'l bonorar- phy
?Idan at the court of hls majeat* the
v'zar, and Dr. .Je L*nter*-.r_*.'a daughU.
M,.ss de I'ntet burger etpie.sed great
a.lmlratloti for Am?rl.;i and f.>r Uncle
.*_m'_ navy, together with a >]*sli?* lo r_
I maln l.ere Her father waa a .Ulcgate to
! the flfteenth annual I 'ongress ..f 11 ? ?
nnd Damoffaphy, recentl* held at vVaah*
IngtOB. P. B llugen. the R .sslati t'onatil.
temporarlly hia aecretary, acoompanled
him. Mis I' M RlX.y, wife ,,f tl,.- f.n
iner eurgeon general of th. n..v>. poured
lh f..r ih- Uttle party.
t'olonel Robert M Thompsnn wns ?
(riiest of Admlral Hugo Oaterhaua at
luncheon. Lat* in tbe afternoon .1 l'
Morgan steamed past In hls yacht, the
t'orsalr, atid saluted th. flagshlp fl.- the
Thls mornlng wlll see tbe review and
lnspection ot tha n?et bj tbe BeereCar. <>r
the Navy, and thi. nfternoon tbe Presi?
dent will follow a almllar path trom and
to end of the great gatherlr.g of warahlps,
ln the Mayflower. It wlll be auch B Baj*
of salutft na the Hudaon UtTOt txpt
rlenced before, atid New Vork mav well
be grateful that the hutitlre.ls of I ar
trldges to bo exploded ln honorltix th??
Beeretury of the Navy an.l the l'i? ildenl
contaln no proje-tlles.
Again tbe battleship-, lylng In ihe Hud?
son were plcked ont ln gold lights laal
Rlght, and a greal throng saw and ptali .1
thelr beauty from ItlverHUe Dtive. ll
was'very like a big plenlc, for the erOt*.
wajf In rare good liumor, and thei.- \",a>
no dlsorder whatever. laOofa and thelr
-rweeihearta, ami ordlnary todlvtthiala
wltb Just as good sweetheaits mar],* up
a big purt of the crowd. and tbe bench.s
ln the park aloi.g the SOa wer- pached
wlth men and glrls, trylng to hltl.- from
the great .earrhlights of the wai tOMatlt,
Return Light with Light.
In lontra.-t to th. tla.k <lat ki,' >h .'f
tbe Jeraey ohta, broken her.- aaal Ihere '",
an BN llght I i .ni n.lverllsliig nl_n. tb"
Manhattan m1" of the ?_*___ 0__ Bll
allffhl Reetdenta In tha apartment houaea
llghted aii thelr lampa and than ra" Ihe
wlndow shades i p to UN top tlreat tla.
hung trom thoueandl '<! wlndows ln one
window red. .ui.i whlte _*"_*ctrk UghU
plcked out ' H'.'ltome" in tl,.- . ode used
by the shlpa' Ai.IoIm M-Halr- Tha Dri ??
waa brilllant Iy illunilnated from end to
.-nd with gaiianda of electric iigiua. Onea
moje, thlH evening, tlu- ahlps will ba II"
A dinner will be given for the ofli.ers
lot the Atlantic It.-. t to-nlght al I'n Hotel
! AMor bv the ctiv of New Vork. attfOt
jtlaynor will pteslde and I'resi.b nt T.fl
will be Ihe /,'ueat of honor. Another .1 B
1 tlngulshed guest, and the only forei/n
i vlaltor ln AiiHiba to be ln\ lt-"' ls **lr
Thomaa I.lpton. who Is popn'.r arlth
sailors evei. - ht i ?'
'i bf apaatrara of the ev.-ning win i.e
Blshop Davld H. Ci.er. whn wlll .l.-llv.-r
the Invoatlon: President Taft. QtOCPB
\nn i. Ifejrar, Becratai. tt the trhry, and
Henr A.linltal llugo OeUrhans. com
mandat of the fleet.
'ih,. maln BaJlnaaaa *>f the Hotel Aetor
. hns bei ti decorated for the occaa'on T"i
thirty efghl battleships now ln tiie 11? _? I
j son have each sent Its offblal I'mi .1
: Ptaies flag and burgee bearlng Its mti'i??
j The head tahle. at whlch wlll be BMttd
I thll ty-llve of the prlnclpal gue-t". has
I .?? n made to repnsent the tleck of a
j battleship. wlth a jialhted \|ew ,,t the
fleet bt\'ond It.
Among the Ilfie.-n hundred ?ii"st? ttho
will b. prt-S'-nt will be the foUowlrg:
Pottnaaster General Frah- H Hltchco. k,
Attornei Qoneral Oeorai W. Wleb? r
t-ham, Rear Admirals Nathan <J. Twlnlng.
A LANDING PARTY,
tVathaalel R. Uaher, Bradley a. Fleke,
\ ..-Un W. Knlght. Aamn Ward. < harlea
i: Vreeland, Chatlee J Badger, -"ameron
II \>,:i- Uin-low aml F. F. Fletcher:
Bri-.acii.-r Oaneral Taaker n. Biis*. Oen*
? omai ii Bai y and Beajamla F.
lt., ?. r Wllllam A. Prender
.. ? i ri. rponl Mi rgan, Borough Pri al?
.1.-1,t i;. ? rge McAi lobe Purroy
i* . Mt m -if tha Board "f a 'br
alrmaa of tbe Mayor*a r-immitt-*
.? Herman RMder, umi O ?? Henry w
li ih. rli ?-i-r. ildent Dr. Bdward
n Hall i" Ihe aecretar D John
H Kinb \ im ehalrman ? ' *
ronill.ltt. - ..: I Dl ' '.-*? nt* *' KUM ls
,*. .,r the bai
rma I l
SERVICES FOR NAVAL MEN
ccial Scrmons Preached at
?| ? . - ? ? ? ? for the bOfM
f\i of ihe marlnea and Rail'ir-* ln port wlth
,. wera a featun of the obeerv
HI...S in tha elty'a rarloua ehurehea yee
terdaj k\ ll Patriek'a Cathedrat th~
Cotbedral of st Joha the Dtvtea Orace
Methodlel Church and many churches
ifimciH approprlata to the eooaalon were
i ie.., bed i" larga audlencea
At lt I'ntii. k's i albeilral th<? Fb-v I>
john i* I'M.iwi. k, formerly ehaplain of
tba hlatorli battleship Ifalae an.l now
attached lo tbe Catholic aaminary at
Dun wood le, waa the apeaker The reoep
? *:.,: .* ? iitm for tha rtetting aallon
wen In eharga of John i? Crimnlna,
and among thoae in attendanee was i.ieu
tenanl Commandej Taylor Evaaa son of
tho int.* "Fighting i*ob" Evaaa
Father Chldartcli diacuaaad the e-.Hi* of
war and Ita poeaibla JiiHtitbatlon. The
sp.-itker iC4 Inred tliat aa a dlsclple of a
Ood "f p.n'M it waa the duty of eveiy
foliower to deplare war aad its horrors
11.* further dei lareil tbat tbe spirit whlch
anlmated thls natlon al>ove all otbera on
the earth was a aplrlt which would go
io war only for the preaervatlon of the
Int-egrlty al ibe natloa or f?r tho pretee
tion of scirferlng humanlty.
TtM Rev. J. Howard HoMeh. reetor of Haly
Trinlty 4'hunh, Brooklyn, was ihe speak
, r a4 Ht Joha tbe Dlvlne. The text of
hia eermoa wns a atory which DavM told
Of tbe Klng's refusal t?? use for personal
gmtiflcatloa lhal whlch his warriors
brought te hlm at rlak of thelr llve*. He
then applied Ihe theOM tO three experl
. ic.-.-s Iii tbe aallor'a life pl-a-ire, mm
radee und country Of the part whlch
country playi la h eaUor*! life be ?aid
The men to whom I an apeaking are
winiriif to <Ue for tbelr countrj How
nianv are wllllng to llve fnr ber" Tl.e
graateet lUper-Dreadnoughl in the rtver
io 'i.,. wiii be uaeleaa tunk In a aeora of
?Mn Bul th- ntti?- cnlM of to-da) wtll
i?. h force foi good or evil In tha natlon
ici three acon yeare and tan, yaa, aven
iiiitc tiie thlrd and fourth leneratlon.
The natlon'a atrength llea not la Ita
-,,ii,- on land or -ia; u llea In Ita men
miii women win. are pun "f Ufa and
iiobi,- ..f alm and purpoei
ai Qraoa fdethbdial Bp-ecopal Church a
large mpreeeatatlen of aallon was pree
rnt, drawn bjr the apedal muaical aenrloe
in whlch tbe siiip band from the North
i'aioline accompanled the ehurdh cholr,
Tha fallavaaf a largi proportioo ef th?
o'tltem and men to atleml the "MIVlCM
ihroughoui lha rttj/ aftar erraagemcnti
bad b en made for theii receptlon wns a
cauae af comnenl ai both M Petriek'e
and Si John tlie MMne large -tOCfca of
aeate were laaefrad until after tha open-*
Ing of the aer\lce, und thi small nuiiil,<-r
of m.ii praaanl iu them wns followed iy
their occupanc} by the general public
who crowded tha alalea railura lo pub
hsb notlcaa of the eervlcee on the eeeaela
waa kiv.-ti ai the noaoa for tb<> eoenl
PRESIDENT ON WAY HERE
Will Reach New York at Noon
on the Mayflower.
Woodl Hole. Ma-:-. . ort. II After a
Djnlei lunday on Kauehea ialand with
Oorernor Oeneral w. raamfiwi POrboa of
the I'liiiippines, the prealdent and Mr
T.cfi an.i thelr gueata lefl nus afteraaoa
on tb.- Maydewar for Kew York.
Tbe ifaydoarar i** due bo naah her
ancborage aa the Hudson Rlver about
noon to-morrow, nnd the Prealdent wiii
apend part of ten daya nvtowing thefleet
POOR BOX THIEF FIGHTS
Sexton and Usher Pounce
Upon Him and Make Up
roar in Church.
USES A GUMMED STICK
One Bill .and Coins Covered with
Glue Found on Him, Police
In tiie mMst of an afternoon prayer
ten b e. whlle man\' devout nn** knelt
ln the alalaa, Bt Mlchaal'a t'hurch, at
'Mth street. between Nlnth and Tenth
arenuee, wns thrown Into an tiproar
veaterday, whttt the sexton, Thomas
Cor 'im. niil John Kenney, an usher,
*rrappl_. wlth a nmn Who tho* aay
was robblng a poor box.
Th.- man fought daaperataly, the
tlu..- falllng t" tli< floor in thf s.uf
n.' and rollin. ovar ami n\pr. The
man finally waa orerpowered an.l
takea to tiu- Wanl 87th street pollea
Btat lon, whera ha tlfscrll.ed hlmself as
joae'ph Rollow, a wailer. ?.f No. i<*->
Bowery. When aearched $137 was
fiiuti.l ln his pookai, arhlch Corcoran
Bald t nnie from the poor box. Rollow,
it was charg.-.I, had used a ntlck. the
end of whlch waa overed wlth a etlcky
fluid, to dlp tho money out of the box.
lie waa charged wtth patlt larceay,
Accordlng to the sexton's story. he
Ptmt standing ln the organ loft, whlch
la dlrectly over the entrance of the
church, when he notlced RoUow enter.
The man walked up the alsle and knelt,
as if in prayeffi then walked back to a
poaltlon near the poor box. The sex?
ton. BtippoolBg he was making a ton
tlibutlon, paid no further attentlon to
hlm at tbe linie. A few minutes later
)u- saw the man walk up the ulsle again
ami kneet, and again walk ba<k to the
Aft?r repeatlng thls man._ti\re sev?
eral tlmes C-**-Ora_fl said he grew
Btiaplclo-Ja, an.l. d.'Scen.ling from the
loft, anmmoned __e_ny, The two de
cldad t., take h .statlon near the box
and dlacover tho reaaoa for thf man'a
numeroufl trlpa On hi* next visit. the
tu.. iii.ii s..;. they walked aoftljr up
behlnd hlm and could ?<?<? blm pull a
sti.U with ii p. nny on ihe end of it
from tii. ...in alot of Um box. Then
1 | "' .*?'!/. ll llllll.
Strlklni an.l klcklng) the man was
l.oille wiih a <tash to thf (loor. whlle
ii.. v "i ? blppeii Jumped to thelr feet
tn Bmasement when thf man waa
mibdued be waa led from th.- church,
whlli I'aih.'r John -V. Cleeeon quleted
The police Bald thf prlsoner had
nse.i ,i Btrip t.f whalebone, upon whlch I
waa flxed a pleca of rattan. Oa the
< mi he bad ? i ead a gununy Buld.
Wlth thia inn !? tn. nt he ha.l _H each
ir!). io tht pool I'.ix pulled <>iit ii ruin
? ? " anni ?? dl) one bill. The police.
also say the .olns an.l the hill found
ln Rol!ow*a pockel were atuck .ogeth-I
er, ahowlng he had got them la the!
manner told by the sexton. .
C^riault the Tribune's Room and
Boa'-d Regiater. A list of reliable rooma
in Now York. 320 Tribune Bldg.?Advt.
UNION SQ " " ' ""?""" Wvnn Sl?m Mann
*a-w*aa.uthit (.u ,Th- ^
M-.ll. Mata 2', I Canllo.Flyln-; Ball tl.oth
C0I0NIII B'way.j X.Ux H. evea. Sam I'hlpA
ULVRIRL ?._.,, flt M.ry MHrhu, ,?? 4
'? M:.ta Sftc.ICehen.BtuartBarna_,ot_.
7 Ave.,|Bla_che Rln_, Cllff Oer
IMtat. Idea, niainonrl & Rran
M .ta tbe. Pan, Tb- T-rnadoee. oth.
MARIFU "I' i "_1II>KIRK."
nn"?__r"l ||Q< |*v. jr,-. i. Dall> Mut.lO-.-C.
OUTER APPAREL. MILLINERY '?*" < FURS
FOR WOMEN. MISSES and JUNIORS
SPECIAL DISPLAYS OF FURS
FUR COATS FUR SETS
FUR AND FUR-TRIMMED MILLINERY
FUR-TRIMMED SUITS AND COATS
FUR AND FUR-TRIMMED WRAPS
FUR AND FUR-TRIMMED COATS
FOR MOTOR WEAR
Also introducing New Ideas in Afternoon, Theatre, Luncheon and
Dinner Dresses, and Evening Gowns.
These Fur and Fur-trimmed Garments are the Last Word
from Paris, and as you know, are quite the logue this season.
We invite you to see them whether looking or buying.
3Ftfth Anrmtr at 4Gfh ?!r*rt
We test every piece of
woolen cloth we buy.
Hoil a sample with caustic
potash to make sure it's all
Kxpose another sample to
rain and sun for ten days to
make sure it won't fade.
Examine every single yard
for possible imperfections of
Just as good value, dollar
for dollar. for the man who
pays $20 or $22 for his suit as
the man who pays twice as
And even* suit at any price
is backed by our guarantee?
"vour money back" if it isn't
Everything for men and
Tamcras for "shooting" the
fleet- and binoculars for view
Sweaters and knitted waist
coats for the game this after?
Rogebi Pf.et Company,
Three Broadway Stores
at at at
Warren St. 13th St. 34th St
H*M nn<1 Ont. Park Waat 'I'honn fiMO rol'i.
Bv?, at S Matineoii XVel. and Sat. at 2.
14*. I'IF.IUtK I.oTI and JUDITH |-,Al'TlF:K.
i ITTI C Tbeatre, 44th, V\'<-et of B*war.
LU I LC Begt I 4". Mailnae Sat.. | MK
THE "AFFAIRS" OF ANATOL
B*w_) a SOth. nrat Vnh
ll?* Vert. WaA. Mat. 81.50.
THE NEW SIM *'" "" *'" '.*
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m uf COHAN'S %*$?&?t.
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jfr \il "BROADWAY" JONES
? K1'RP.\H8KP IV sritl'ltlSKS
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DAIKTT VNI> Tl NKKI'I. ?N. Y. Tlm- ?.
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"MISSSTARR TRIUMPMS": ,:;,;,;
IHK < ASK OF BECKY.
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ln THK CABU <>H BECKY.
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?THK IIK. \IC I OF THK IUMKIES.
ADVEHT1SKMENTS AND SUB3CR1FTIONS
for The Trlbune recalvad at thelr Iptuwn
Offlce. No. 1H4M Uroadway, between 36tii and
37th tta.. untll I' oVIock p. ni. Advertlae
menta rectlvad at tha followlna; branch offWi
at regular ratea untll 8 o'clock p. in . vli.:
_ti4 44th ava.. * e. cor. 23d at.; 158 eth ave.. .
... i'i>., at.: 104 K-at Uth at,
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?THK "MIMI THR P.INT" <;IR|__
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lit 4-1-44.1-. Daily _*'?-- ten - ita 11?_
UNDER MANY FLAGS
WINTER GARDEN yfMl
-THK PASSING SHOW OF l?lt.?****
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48th ST. THEATRE .
LITTLE MISS BROWN
( A8IXO. B a 18 ::.*'? __t* Wed I B_
THE MERRY COUNTESS
Wllllam ('ol!l-r_ COMKDY.41 E . f B'*-**
1,_. F'NNY'S FIRST Mit
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THE MASTER T??FK HOUSE
BROADWAY Thea for. 4lat 81 _:>?--?*
'pr.ae-ta''' HANKY PANKY f?eat-jt_
\ia?in- EtU-tt'a Th.".:..".: i i **?*j
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his||:mi.i.'."U ?v Mta Wed.***'
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?V'RAINEY'S AFRICA.N HL>|
WITHIN THr_ LA^U
JOE WEBER'S ?,;;. ^ Eg '
A SCRAPE 0' THE PEM "*_?*?
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