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IV WATCHING THE NRW VOKK BNTBR TIIE WATER.
girl; Miss EUie CaMer, who christened tl.e rfiip; Secretary oi thc Navy Meye. aud
Presidenl Taft.
l.ci't to righl Miss Kathleen Fitzgerald, flovver
y
BATTIESH1P, UIMD
Thirty Thousand See Great
Hulk Slide Off Ways at
Brooklyn Yard.
TAFT AND DIX SPECTATORS
Miss Caldcr Is Sure Bottle of
Champagne Was Broken?
President Speaks at
Naval Y. M. C. A.
Whal you Bllfc'hl <all Ihe larva ?.f a
'?Dreadnouffhl found Ita aea legi
i Um Brooklyn navy ygri
promptly al h o, i<> k. it ara
i aty Aot ot Iba hour ihat tba glant
hull of th< nei" battleahlp Nrw V..rk, to |
.liii.'st flplitiiiR machiii"? afMl
i tery brief apace of tin..', began *-iid
n*. U kuanl into tl.e water, laavtflg aj
trona gap la the akyllita of tl.e navy '
.,-,1 i..,t.r it l_y belpleaa agatnal H
... t ii- ...uth of tba '
-
? ne ihould preaa a l.;;tton and ?
Llbrar* *-b..uwi i.a4 k down Into
Park, tha effed wo ild bol
. .llffer from that produ. I
Bobert Btoeker, aenlor
. at the navy yard, tuii.
Httle valva ^>hI the New York sli.i off hei
?inc Nr-.- Tork waa by far ti.p I
bigajoet th,i,_r abota groond in tba -
vi:r> backed Ollt, obcdleol 10 an ai,- j
Burdl) ti".>" operation.
Naval Conatrnetor Btoekar dM hla work j
down in a little hoi** Under tbe IOO I
-at:<i letta et Weel comprlaed in the New
roi-fi hulk. After rec-Tvlna lha last or j
any ntnabor r,r roporta (ron workmen al !
th# Mocka and w.*dKe? aloi.R the 671 (aet
of tba eblp'i body, he gave Naval Coa
toi J K Halley, "Im has h?d i l.ai'Ke l
of tha ronstrui'tion of the Nt w Vork, and I
Chlef Carpenter Lord tha word to throw
<\-.*-.-. ti.e levriR thnt llned the walla ">f j
their litt)?? eell. Aa hc bbnaelf ee.ee the
\j,l\r handle a twlsl aluuit a gallnt. of
water tricklr-d to the groond and the e-n
p?r-T>i<--adnous'ht wa*5 on her wav thoTitrli
loatii z bar waya.
ln Ihp mean tlme. up fihr,\e ln tiie
?*-*?? -
5*
Our passing mark is 100r< !
Style, Quality, Value audj
lit are the subjects iu which ?
wc invite examination.
?Vour money back" hf we
iail.
As true of our $20 or $251
suits aud overcoats as <>f our
higher priced clothes.
Price with us is simply a
matter of fine, finer or finest
woolens.
177'? negljge shirts.
Scotch uiadras imported.
$2.50 regularly.
$1.35.
Rogers Pkft Company,
Three Broadw. y Str -r?*
at at at
Warren St. 13th St. 34th St:
THE NEW YORK FLOATIXG CLEAK Ol* THK SLII
..,". k-d stand bealde Prealdenl |
Tail and Oovernor L'.x an'i any Quaatlty
of admiiai- aad generala aad other rn. t.
ami women ?if great public promlneace,
mikh i.,,i, Calder, daughter <>t fo-u ?
man Wiiii.,;., M Calder, BtOOd prei
to Bpltnter a hotii- Of i . .. mi iiyi.e on tha
veeoi a# i.* *.k Tha bottle, en
? i in aliver taooh t" ki ap the glaaa
frtrni Bylng, hung bj a ? ord frow tha rall
at tha atarboard bow, a ?or.i amotbered
? |,- rlb.ia wai lha bonored bottl
it.'4-lf |
Ay ., aerlei of wblatlea blea Mlaa Caldei
graeped thi neck of hei mlaaile firrnl* laj
both handa. wblle'little Kathleen nt/.- j
t, r.-iiii. daughtei .,t Congiueaman John
Pltagarald, who attended i.ei as Bower
glrl, watehed her arltk a heart thal
thumped rlght behlnd her big hlua ".*
A sr.-at many other hearta in i!'" Imme*
(li.-.t.. nelghborbood wera tbumplng, i""-.
bul in Bocret. Tbea a man's volce crled
excltedly: "Bhi etartlagr' an.i a deafen
tn? whlatla (ron a warahip to porl aonw
where BUed n.f world with aonnd. M
. ,,l,l,i biouirht the hottlf d'.wn !.;?! '* twlce
againat the ateel platea, cnrtai ln a rolca
whlch the wi.istie abaolutoly aubmerged
"I rhrist4-n thee New Vork "
Did the bottle break? Eyearltneooa
were ekeptteal aa tbey watebed bn vala
;,, bm the fo.iminp champagna bedea the
Ug slilp's platea while hla- slid away Wlth
iv.r hicreaalni momentuto, the bottle
dowgHng from ber noee. A petlj odBeer
'n the how grabbed tha beiibboned Une,
Hwung the bottla OUl and ht it (all ba I
nard againat lha veaael agala Tbea he
draw it op and eompletod tha Job hy
?uaebtng lt against the bow wlth hla own
handa Later Mlaa Calder aald:
"lndeed, i dld break thi bottla Tha
crowd 4>f COUrae, dld not B'-e It. It was
not until U was half over you COUld see
th'- v. int* pour out.
6aya Signal* Were Confused.
Tha whole troubla waa tba eonfaekMi la
ti.e algnarr Wban thara waa one atgnal
1 waa to 8?--t ready. On the aeoond whlatla
I na? |0 gel ready aOOM mni.*. and 4,11 the
ihiiii whletle 1 wa? to break tbe bottle
?Tne Uat wWatla Mew aad i goi ready
The eecond whlatle hli-w and I waa atlll
ready. But tbere waa no third whlatla
Some oaa yelled, _Ut hV ami lt waa
BOl a navy man I did hit lt. I know 1
,.?, | hit lfl th"' miiidlc of UM ptOM aiul
? li. 1 .tlle BTOkO "
l'or mllea Up and down N-W York'*
wai.-rft'.nt all kinds of veasela li*t lOO-O
wltb thelr wMa-ttea. The aaen <>f tba
greai rennlllec aad giay aaonotor hll the
Baai I'.iv.n a Blap whlch arnt a blg wave
it.K for the Manhattan BbOTO The
watet foamt-d and (Uaoed all around her,
wiiih- a iie?-t 4.f tnga tiny hy fsompar-aoa,
cloaed in like terri.-rs. One of them hunt?
ed hei aft "in UM starboard slde and ahe
-v.4inf: gradnaUy ap mward tha WIHIaraa*
burfl BrMga Othera ateadk-d her on the
porl eid-, and aoon aha araa aoaBpletely
?unded and tied t4, tiv-ae busy llttla
.. whlcb niw?-.i ber gantly into ber]
dock
Th, crowd of lO.aaa or more people who
bad watehed tbe ahow fi'?m the alde Hne**
Bwarrned ovet th* greeaj btoeka which
>,,,., j.i.t I ? 1"! lh. ?;t. 4 huttleahip aii"l
ellmbed up the loag atat^way whlch bm .1
moment .;.?"?<? had M '" I""' keftjr dei-k*
1? th. ..rn. i.i atand the PiiaM-Bt eftei
t*OnCI_tt_ft?ng bBM ?',.liler Itood loohlng
long -ifttt thal n.???in.',' i.rt.w. thi muaclei
of his faee retasc i aai hl tyta a HtU<
*..... i Then i.* tn nad lo ? nt* r I
0, where lunchooa araa read) foi thi
gueata of the ... < aalon
i he i-u si-ii-nt h.i.i .ii i. ? n fi" .
brotber'a houae, In Wart 17th atreel lo
the New fork Yacbl Club landlng, ai I??4
IM atreet, arhera he hatl baarded k*
viiinii.ii G*eterha**a*a launch. Ue landed
... Oibeon rtrtet, m lhe nary irord, Htui
w ati CODVeyed frr.m there tO FMililiiiK No
?.. the headrjuai ters of tha ? ooatrw tlon do*
partmenL Aa ha landatl lhe recelvtni
Bhip ll.iii. i>. 1. lii'-.l I ' Wi nt v -oni.-gtm
ntlal Mtlutc aad ?n the sr-u?hlpa
in ihi .mi dn taed thenoelvea
n?- arrived in tba ofltetol oteni al i" li
o'cioch. Wltb him trora Beeretary Oeorge
\..n i, ifoj??,' i.f tbe \hv\. Beefcman wm
throp, Aaalatanl Beeretary <>f the Navy;
Roai Admiral HtlgO Ostirhims. r-onimaiitl
ti* in Cllief of the Atlantic fleet, Captaln
xii.iit Oleavea, eommandanl ol the navy
yard; Major Thoanaa ? Rhoadaa, _M
PreaMent'o mllltary ald, oni Ueutenanl
Tifiimoiip, hls naval aiil
Army and Navy Well Represented.
.\ great many othera Jolned him there,
anii-.ntr then Major Oeneral Thomaa ii
Barry, cotamanding the Baatern i" I lo
t.f thr Unlted states Arn) Brlgadlei
Claneral Taaker n Mlaa, commandlng the
Departmenl of th<- Eaat; Oovernor Dts
and the membera nf hla ataff, .! i*. Mor*
Kui niui Mlaa Anna Morgan, Rear Atl
mlral Bradiey A. Kihk, commandtng the
flrst <llvlsi,.n nf the Atlafitit fl.*ot . Mlas
Helen Oould, Pollea Commlaaloner WTaMo,
repreoentlng Um Mayor; it. A. ?'. Bmlth;
Beai tdmfcal Watt, chlef <>f th.* Bureau
<.f Naval Cooetrt* tlon. Captaln Pranh ??*
mn. chtef of HtafT io Hear Admiral "?
torhaua. ami Captaia E. W Bhorlc oom
mandlng tiu- ti.ii.nio flotfUa. of roorae
Mlaa Calder appeared thoro early, dreaaed
all ln Wttlta, wlth a hugo bOOHUel of riirik
roaaa boggod up ti?,'ht to ci*.,- tho p:tipita
?ona
M.'t of theae mon anrl aromen followod
the Prealdent into ixifi No I for luneheoa
_hon Mr. Taft h'-hi ? brlef atti (nfornt?1
receptlon sorroanded by CabbMI nnd
mllltar ..iii.-tis He dld nol **?t any of
lhe got") ti.ini:^ irhlcb waltafbg waltera
\sith Rylm coal talla dlattibated wlth
greal dtapateh among tha crowda linlng
tha big room.
I'ri.m there he npalrad to ti.<- naval
room Men'a ChrlaUan Aaoortatloh, in
flandi atreet, arbere a gpmnaahmi fMl of
sailor* had gatherod to greal and hear
him. with him a*onl Be-crotar* Meyer,
his inllltaiy aml naval ejkb*, ll> u Ad*
iiil nt Ih Osterhaus antl l'ink. t'aptaiiis llilt
anii Qleavea captain \v. .i MazareU of
the l-'lt.riila and ('aptain .lohn J. Knarff
of the ('tiiuiw tn ut. Mis* llrlon OonM,
Miss Lncy IV Marka, Mis Vat. NaRM
Mlss Anna 1'alni. Mrs. .1 K I,. Davia,
"Mi*. Hi.ratio Kln? -nirl Mis. GfcBlfoO P
iiai'itiiRton aut mth hlm on ihe atand .'
th. itvnulaalum, Whlch, for tha timt* being.
? tifl heen ttirnf.1 ln) . an aUdltOTlttffl
Greets JacUies as "Dear Lads."
William Bloam. rlc*-ch?lrmaa et tbt
International committee of the 'Tovng
Men's Chrtatlan Aaaaclatlaa introiiuced
th. l*n Udent, who said lo thi lilnej.i.-kets
m , Jiar in.i* \v c don t alwaya Kno****
whal is golng on ln tl.e mlnd* and hrids
nt thoae whom we aee and meet, ami l
auppoae th.it you dld ti"t know if you
mere on anv of the eiiip* whlch lt *?*?"
my Kii."i fortune to uae ln koIhk to Pai
ama ". elaewhere that when i mel
on the dei k I aaa juat .ih naueh ambai
raaeed aa y.iu W4re, and perhapa more ko,
e i ,ii,i noi know whal anvy dlacl
pllni requlred me t>. da
l would bai ?? lik'-'l lo h .ve t.uked t.4
v,,u bul l ? is afrald thal poeelbly lt
, : 11 |,< ii'Ka ,l"*'l an .in InfrinK'-ment 'if
dlwipllne 1 could nol ba eva.tly 4-.,i.rt
martlaled f."' it. hut I dld not w-nt t?>
interfere wlth the ne** courae 4,f dls. hlm**
on the ahlpa Tbal i? Ihe r.ai?>n **hy '
value s"> much an opportunity t" talk to
vou here b<K*auae. from tbe platform, be
1 , olftli li r I am al home and can
talk I". rou T\!tho'it h.slt.itlon or any fear
lhal I m.t* hr-ak th-* t ulen of the well
diarlplim \ ?????.' blpa
The Prealdehl congrafnlated the men
,,,, theli aplendld clubhouee und aa the
.,?,,,.,- ,,f tl..**** WOmen who had glxen
10 them Ro apoke of th.* i*reat uaeful*
?.,. of - ?? 11 Inatltutloaa the worM over,
.1 ,
Now, the tlme **.<s. my i-'i* I have no
doubt thal the oMer men >.f the navy 1 an
,.,-,, I,.t w i-n It was tlioiiKht eaa.*ntlal lf
wa ? 8.1 BBilor that bjt ahould be
, , c,-t ,,. unh vi ri qulokly. l am
thal -.11 that aplrlt ha*
il fmm tne navy#nd that the Jackle*
and Ihi marine* ,,f the Amerlcan navy
ran i." counted upon a* KentN-nien wtien
,-xer Ihe". ire | ;t ,,?l,f.re - *?" men who
reepeel the flatc they BOrVO under and wlil
ii<> nothlna '" brtag - apol opea that
...., itlful emb ? m
Thi* ev,,i _d hearty api la iae ar dld tha
follow) na
1 ,|., noi ',..'1 to t.-n you tbal tha
> , .., ts ?? ,. Ami-i ?? an" kn nu; t., you.
, ,. nol *;?. down Ihe stre.-t anywnere
lhal ?..'. -I" nol gel tn?- cbeera, and a
1- umethlna 'bal cemea from tba
., , patriotic Amerlcan. be
thal Ihej know thal under
...ui blouae* n.-ai bearta t'i?t are loyai
io the Bag, Ihat you a.e wlllin? to give
,ui Hvea lo defend lt
Tha Imidenl tin.t occiirred the other
ila) I BUppoae '.">u all read it is "hala- -
lf thal aptril Major Hutler't*
.tn n were dreaaad ln too whlte clotboe
in K"> up tha lull ami rarn th*- fortraaa
down in Nlcaragua Tbey wera given
Ighi <>i t< ii miitutea and made ti.eii
v im, *-n 11,- ?... dlrt) that they came quit>
within the rule of color an.1 wen allowod
in i44,n 111 the charge Now Ihat aort Of
Bplril ls ..ne that er know a> ituetoe all
A .4>4'l k IIll '?"
Preatdeal Tafl then aaiil goedby, while
everybody ataad an.i the band piaje.i
"Th"- star gpongled Banner " The blue
lacketa remalaed t4> aal and later to at*
4en,i a raoaptloa f<>r Mlaa Uelaa Oould,
thelr aeaefaetreaa. The PreeMant aged
i', Manhattan,
Ship Two-Thirdi Completed.
When the New York ls completed ahe
will hav.- a mean ti tal dJeptaeeCBent of
it.oio tona, a apeed af 21 knot*. and a
main battery 01 i.-t. i4-it."h .lt*caltbre
iiTes. four BUbmerged H-lnch torpedo
tUbea and a aecondar* battOfy Of -1 Mnch
raptd flr?-. ..M-rallbre guris, four l-pounder
BalUtlUg auns, tWO 1-p.itinder aemi-HUto
matlC ItutiH for hoatH. tWO l-lt.'-h tleld
plecea, and two machlna K"n* of ..;">
. allbri
?hc la noa aboul II per eenl complete
Progreea on h-'r haa b.-rn ihoki aatlo*
factory, ao thai although nol due t?. he
Bnlahed untll May, IfM, her conatruetora
hopa to complete her aeveral montha
ahead ?.f tlme. ilace tha iia\. yard
began buildlng ahlpa the tlma neceeaarj
for theli oompletlaa has been cul down
from Bva yeara t" three yeara and less.
Tha New fork 1* the third battleahlp to
I,. iiu.it ai ti,4- Brooklyn yard. There the
1 i.nne, tirnt w.m lauached In I9M and the
1 1,, ida in BM
Tha Nea v.? 1 k. airluelva ">f armor an.i
auna, u iii ?,>st ahout pj.ooo.fino
34 YEARS FOR ROBBERY
"Whispering Burglar" Gets
Long Sentenee at White Plains.
County Judge Wllllam P Platt made a
reeord reelerdaj In Whlte Plalna when
he Benteneed Pred Pawoett, albu Harrj
Jones, a burglar, to thlity-teur >'-ais and
si\ montha iu sim- sin?r prlana al hani
laboi Tha prlaoner, who waa known as
tha "Whlaperlni Burglar." waa aceuaad
, 1 robblna tha homea <,f many wealth)
Nea rorkora aa Long laland ami wlth
rttaUwg a larga amoum ef lewetey from-.
thi- ho. Oi I-'rank II i'hiimb?-rs, at
Hri.nxvlllc.
i-'nw."tt. when be recolvod the Beateace
which wlll k.-ep him ln SitiK 3itiK for tl.e
i-.-.-t ,,f his lif.-, slmply .?"ald: I thank
you, Ju?1k"'
Aa ba had aaen Indjclod alao f<>i carry*
Ing a n-volv.'i' and for att.-ini'tli.K to klll
Um, Muunt Vernon patrolm. n aftei tbe
Chaanbera iwbbery, .1 mi-a;. eiait eauM
havo Kiven him aantoneoa aggregatlaa
cloaa to nrnet) years.
Th.' burglar admltted he bad *ierved
(Our terma ln tha 4 >i*i.> Mtate prlaon. Ar
cordlng t"> Chlef ol Pallea Foftby "f Mouat
Vernon I'awc.tt la under lndictment for
ti.e murder of a BaHeaaaM al rouaga*
town. tihl".
Illllllllllll-"""""""".???.
FarJl Overcoats
at Sharp Reductions
Could wc but predict the weather as well as
we make Overcoats for Men this Sale would
not be. Frankly we're a bit Overstocked.
Weather's been too warm.
To-day?almost Novemb_r--coats are still
unneeded.
But those cool, cooler. colder days are on
the way. Get that medium weight coat now.
Make clean SAVINGS cf $3.75 to $6.75 and in
cidentally assist us to make it !ook like Winter
Days?indoors if not out.
At their original prices these coats are singularly
attractive. Most of them are in the more pleasmg light
colors The approved short length; trim, conservative
models. All full lined and sleeves are lined with satin.
V_> WDtA SAME <***De-TWL\_iOWNtRSHIPjSINCE W451
sSffis?_sss?^
Fall
Overcoats
$11.75
Cut from
$15.50&$18.50
10 Klll tl, HE SAYS
Ex-Head of Law Department
Swears It Cost $8,000 to
Throttle Kansas Measure.
??FIX IT UP," HE WAS TOLD
"Procedure Not Unusual," Wit?
ness Declares?McCormick
Co. Dividends 463 Per
Cent in 13 Years.
Chlragoii Ocl M.?-Taattaooni tha! tha
IntcrnaUonal Harvaotor Compaay In 1003
;,.,!,! a. law Brm a faa of IS.OOO to defeat a
MU ,n the Kanaaa Lagtalatura de.?i*;nrd to
pruhlliit the i orpor-iilim from ualtig an
>xclualva ajrer.t" clause !n Its contra. ts
vt, it ii i"* repreaentatlves selling on iom
mlKsion waa glven to-day hy notlin B
gwlft, former head of Ihe laa ddpartiaa-t
Of tiie M.rormlck Harv-Mer Compaiiy aad
later with th* oaf-toHdatad raaoptn*fi at
tba heartag of 'he government' dissolu
t?Ml -4.il'
\1i Sw'ft testifled that he was mstrurt
,,i i,., cyntt h. Mi'i'onr?i< k. praatdaad of
ntei ^i:..nai llaiToalOf Compaay,
nd C-arlaa Daartng, chalrwaa ei the e*
..utlve t ommlttee. to no la Kansas and
"iia it np " The Witn*?a snld he ?rran.bjoi
l uli W. H, RoaatDgtO* of tlio law tlrm of
rtoaalnifa Hnatai a smoth. of Topeka
:. prevent th? passnge ot the bill, ar.d that
latei* the flrm presented a bill for $>*,<)00,
Wblch wa-i paid.
II.. -.ti.l /h*re w.ta nonie delay in the,
I., ym*t * '"*f 'he attorney*' bill, nnd th.it
Mr, nnaalngton was ?i.iiged to make
l,|p t.> ('iii.aKO hefore lie rerelved tho
monOff. Bwill derlared that Mc Itosmnt**
-jrho dlad oaanral years ago, told him
thal ha had expendrd the money ln pre
rentlng ii*- paaaaga ot th- MH ln the
kjiihk* Legiatatara
Conaultad with W. J. Calhoun.
Swift addai that bi*foie he -\etlt to
Kanaaa Cltf be dismssod the proptval
mnn , . > v BantlO] ..nd W .I. GglhOUa,
i , vmerirati Mlnlater to (.'hlna. who then
waa "f counaal for the .iiternutlonal Har
trster fompany. and tha' Mr. Rentloy
-inid he waa oppoi-ed to an> thlng that waa
imt "stralght."
Kdwln I". t;roavenor. -.perlal asais'atit to
Anon..*. Ooaaral Wkhaialiaaa, introdure.1
lha aobjact bf readlng Into the rerord the
inlnutes of a dlret-torn' meetlng of the
Interaatteaal llarvester Compuny. (ftllm**
i.ttintit.n to the HU pendlng ln the Kan?
sas L4f0alatura and authorlzing ryrua II
M.tornilrk and I'harlr-s Deering to take
auch aotlon aa they deemed neteasary.
?Dld the I'ill pass?" abkrrt Mr. Urosve
nor.
"II da! n<.'." rrplio.l the wltness wlth a
!*niile.
"Waa lha procadura ln the Kansas mat?
tei- unusual""
' It was not unusual to emplov attorneya
in aoeh mattera "
Big McCormick Profita.
,-v.ift t.^lifle.l that tht* j.rolltH of the
M, i'..rn',i.k lliirvesler < 'umpanv aggregat
ad flH.flOO.OOO for the >e>ira, 1900, 1901
.tn.l l *??.:?. although the f-<>rporatlon was
eapltallaad for but |t.lM.0O0.
ii. eontraatad tha chaaga ln huainaaa
methods after the organlz.ition of tho Tn
ternatlonal ifarveat-r Coaapaay with the
methoda prlor to I00S, **hon ho said com
petition batwaaa the iiiffeient tonipaalaa
vi as koep. rrevious to the organlzatlon
of the nllegod lomhinatlon the ronij.antes,
ho *,ald. varlod thelr prltes to moel com
potltlon. took old DMCMbOO ui trade and
allowed for repatn* of new ma.hlnes.
Bdgar A Hanrroft. of fouin-..! for tho>j
.'??fi in-e, 111 a statement. said later:
Tho Internatronal Harvest.r t'oinpaiiy
tt ftisotl lo pay the hill of $R,'?m )intll at'tor
-_i Koaalngton had **l?lt?Jd Chlcago and
aaaurcd Cyrua ll M-eCormlch ami other
ufllcera of tho ptmpan) thal money had
not in-.it Improperl** tM,*<.i in defeatlns
tha hlll m ihe luu?wa ?aglalature. Thal
wui %?. 11 \- the tOO was not paid moiv
I promptiy. Befora ba dled Mr. Roaolns*
ton wrota a letter to the Attorne** i.on
eral <?i Kanaaa, In whlch he atatod he
' had nevar uaad monoy iniproperi>- tn do*
; featini any loglslHtlon. Thls entire ni.it
1.1 waa aireti antl tioniod b\ Cyrua n.
MeCormlch in the Benator l.orlnu-i Invca
Ltlgatlon. Tha truth <>f thaaa ehargea was
dlaproTed aafaral jreara aga, and thera lo
, noiluiif* new in the rgw
Bartfl toatidod thai the r-ueatloa of ar*
ganlzlnK the .niui.Ino was first dlaCU?Wd
wlth Ma hy maaahora af tba m<'< omdeft
, f..ii.ih oarl.v ln l!>L*. Iio w,iit to N. u
Voik -Aith Cyrua H. MaCat?riok aad nal
.1 1*. Morgan, i'ooi?. W. Perklns, l-. i?
! Htetarn. VV. N. I'romwoll and Mr BtOW
1 ari. head of one of the large trtOM oom
Piinli-*- 'tn- wai there two <la)*4, antl ;.ro
I iimlnary MbbumIom in ragoio?oo to the
formation of the comhlnatlon were hel.l
The witneaa said Mr HtetB'.n asiured
thotn that the aaaaMnatooa eooM he
fOrmad Withoat vlolating the law nml that
Mr. Morgan would tlnanti th- proposl
Hon. I.ater they talked wlth Mr. Morgan,
?
TKA1CWOCD
.IGHTL1 i.tiv, i:r than y.r.w
Wt >"i> ii: Ifl ?, st io PERFE" 1 I
?a, for 25
EARL & WILSON
SHIRTS5I_?ANDM0RE
AMUSEMENTS.
PCMTIIDV lbe?.. ?'.-'? I a "'?n.1* k W i: * 1"
-CRIUnT , . . Day a Wed.**:.!)
THE DAUGHTER OF HEAVEN
Blbargalaofy*rt I
PRICES 25c TO SI.50
Wdl l APk"\ ' ' s -? ?? "iM" ""
UST4T,MESfNEWSIN
Ma -?? ? I 4?,ir U ivea, ? I I '??
I IIIMIII 3441 W 44 Bl
UTTLE 3
. 1:45. Mall
Bat . t: ? Da -
ANATOL
ELTINGE,V;\ ?g ,
WITHIN THE LAW
BFKBTHS;
IJHIONSQ. !*,.
hWrXNK
THEATR5S
I i : . Robert*. r e -
en.e Toinp. al | ?
Morton A N'mtnu Qlaae
-?M,n_lll H'?<?>'? l J";i" Mciiraw, Raj Cex.
I U.UrllftL,?_?_,,. s- Maud. I.ambe
ALHAMBRA
Ht.. M.H
rt ? i:: -
.?:,, BraatBall, "OaaeeDra_-B "
Ave.., Mra Langtry, San. Chlp
tt Hi _ Man- M.irt.le. Bonlta *
Mata Mc Law Heara. Kate Wataon,
OP 1HK DBEP 11 itri V
IM, Eve 1,',-jle' Daiiv Mat 10--'.".
HARLEM |
dci aCPfi Weat 44th st ??. ?? I M Mata
BCLAdVU r, .gay, aal * Bleo. f>.,- I -?'?
"MISS STARR TRIUMPHS" !".
DA*. 11 >
BRIaAfl
praeenti
FRANCES STARR
riil: ( Agg OF BH KY.
ncniim lf* v "; Kw" s '?*? N**'" ?*??
ntrUDLIM gxi st glee.Dey & Wed I 11
Wllll-in Bllletl and Davld Beluaco preaent
|. GOVERNOR'S LADY
NMV AEOUAS HAI.L. 84 Weat 43d Sl.
_S|GALSTON
at -" '0 I The Fan.oua Munn I. t'Uma.
7.*.. . tn tt, at Poi Offl. ? and froni Mgr M
H. Heaoea. 4Sf Bth ave. Ntelnway Plano.
lAg t-fCQED'C H'**--v A -f?th St. Kva a H
?JUC IIEDCn ? Wata Wed A Hat.. |J|
A SCRAPE 0' THE PEN *?%??
44.1. St. Eve S 10
B*wa
MAT K\ RRT DAV AT
BIJOU
ry- RAINEY^AFRICAN HUNT
jjAMMERSTEIN'S
1} M-l* '.'.*> * Mi
"Ruhe" M?r,nnr,l _r
it'??., Seeler # 10
OTHKIt IM.i A" rs
who confirined what the attorney had
told them.
Mrs. McCormick and Sona Thera.
C. U MeCormleb and the wltneaa re-j
turned to Chicago., ani in a f**w da>? Mr.
Str-ts.'ii atlil nn expert ac.ountant foi- j
lowcd end atfaln went over the plan*
Those -uafaaOROaB were held at a hot* I.
aud Mra. C B. M.formi. k, ar.. and ber
three aona were pi?..>.eiit.
ln July, U__, thr Rli 11? made another
..isit to KOW York wlth CjTfM U., Harold i
and Slanh'V MaCOt-Bl6k and other offlr. ra ;
of ihe lompiny. and after two week-- Ofj
confereneea the gnai plaaa for the orgaa*
i/.atioti arere taoMad aa_ Three -rueteea
were to ba BetO-tOd to vote the Mtook so
mh to prevent any Inilivi.lual from 0b*
talntng i-ontroi 4.f a majorlty <"f the
Bhareai gwtfi tr*titi.-<i The orgaatantlea
waa perfoit"<i la Aagaet, IMI
Tha wltaeea BaM tha MoCarartcli Hai**
veatlag "'.".npaiiy waa capttaNaed f>>. *-.
iagBM and In MO* IMI aad WM Ita prodta
aggragatcd MMMidMi !!?? -;4i"i tii.it In the
thlrteen yeara prlor to tha eanaaUdatlon
ii?. cotnpaa* pii.i dh-daada aggregatlng
ui', p.-r cenl Tha i>..?j1v value of UM eaaa*:
p.ins'H property in UB waa Il2.n0i..-i?.. and
in iMI n bad growa ta HAMMM, Thi*
lncreaae, ha oaplalnod, pUe.i ap from the
earnlnga
FIRED AT TORPEDO BOATS.
Stai.l'-ia Node, ah Italian fruit deakr.
4,1 N.,. IM Weat Mth atreet ?a* io,k.-<i
up oa Tueaday iuk' t. ?? IMh _tre4U anu
the Noi t li I'lv.r. Charged wlth \lolatlon
Of lha gttlllvaa hlW. No<le k4'epa a stand
oii the Bler thera, -uA ha* hr.-n doing a
ttirlvini; hiiHtn.'K* Wltb tbe -ailors ata
tloned 44M board the *ix torpedo taiats ln
tlu rlv.r When a a.-or.' of theirt Martr.l
IO l">k?- with hlm ahout 11 o'.lo.k. .Stan
ista drew a revolver and ilred aeveral
shot* The sallor* had; then th. frult
dealer Brod a fea aliota at the lorpedo
hoats Althougli none of tha sallo. * ivould
mak** a complalnt againat hlm. N.nle waa
held without tail bj Maglatrate Carrlgaa,
ln th* VNVi-t S.il" court.
AMUSEMENTS.
M-AV VORK'H LKAPn<q_ THEATREQ.
ryniftC B*way A40th flt Ev-*t. at 1:10
CMrinC j-ti Sat.,El?c Day a W?iH:1A
JOHN DREWi*.i*S,
-THI. PKRPl.KXI.n HtHB^yp?,
I YPPIIIf Weet 40th Ot. Bv* O'OOOhaB*. I
LlW-lfm .*,;,-. To-0ar. s'a:. a El-^Day.
MISSBILLIEBORKES;rP
?TIIK MIM) THE PAIMT' g__*S
PRITFRIAM**'??>' >>rt **?*. KlgbC
8ACHCL0RS & BENEDICTS
.?tlon.
GARRICK
I Blec r.av kWoLtiM
IMK I .1 Mt.l.K.iU
ln ?)-.? p?w?tfj:
Play.
TIIK ATTMK
[i-i -. in auil ' ..* Tha .'hi*'
L ' ? ' i t i I I ? i
john MASON
uiincnti u " **?'" ******
nuuoun _av A w>a ????5.
"Helen \1 ure ttiperh. tOtt iaatiiif.
ItrilliMDl." QLOBE
?>>oe? eiqui<4ite nttrk.*'
W..W * I
Itintr* true and a'nuin*."
HELEN WARE
,,".' TRIAL MARRIAGE
FULTON
*>-at? :
-t M
THE YELLOW JACKET
PARK v'' .:::*?-" Mat*
"Anl*. -.*. ? d 00a! - Si " ". Ma I
last ! Ueek... Kitra Mat. Kle. tinn llar
CLIFTON CRAWFORD V\.[{'-*T
HARRIS m? v vm ?
A RICH MAN'S SOK
NEW AMSTEROAM
Mata
Muat ?
THECOUNT ?LUXEMBOURG
I vlr:t Matini*
LIBERTY ;v ,' ^
MILESTONES
I t.lra Matinee Kle.linn Day.
I IQCDTV ?? ?' ! -* BvaO:1-"i Mat- Weil
LIDCnlT g ..,. .-, \\n* M.ir. -,,...tl M
I ? \
and
1 KnoM.iu-h
Ixlra Matinee l.le.lii.n T)ai.
kiiii'kerl-niker R ta :;- l.l '**
Mu-. ?.4i. tn.l Me.. Da, and Wet. .':1.*.
The I :*.( \l,.r,| ln Mu-i.al foi.i-d.
OHt OH! DELPHINE
MOUUN ROVCE ome
Mata. >ui.. Kteetlaa l>a.? antl HH. .' ||
ZIECFELDFOLLIES
fiilFTY '? ?' ',nd ??,,h' l "* ?
uaibii Mataaat.JQec.OsyO v. ??
i \-t .* herko ot
.- li. H fo * In Year-.
I 1 4 1 I
V t.r-orce V.?h ?? d I'd ?arrl *lh?l??
GLOBE.>"u?*hm*?b:,???,* * ? '
B 0 M Oi [MmTMg*MTMbT*t & Stone
Mat Fislc Jania
I\i. , . n TheLadyofthe Sllpper
rr
alJ^k'.i^Ji.'/.J
UNDCR MANY H.AC*>
4 nmplete V.w Bpe? ta **?
WINTER GAROEN &?"&?"?' # i! ' 3
-Illl: PAMMMO SHOW ?l 1010.?4
?iftlli Ht. rt... .'IU. nr F'v Ut* Ral El<
f$S! The Blindness of ft
?aahattaa Oo. H??. 34th A Oth Av. ??*?-? ?(?
SOTHERN & MARLOWE &ni5ki_? "j
putmouse r.,h. Ltf.l.:r_.W-J
LITTLE WOMEN]
Miiinr glltotfa Th. lOth b-t By A < *? _
1 - U, READY MONEr
48TH5T.THEATRErr V.^*^
Bt-ft: uttle miss not n?_; a
< a?i?? r. .'? _vO:ia'"M?a?atEi-_____|
THE MERRY COUNTESJ
Willlam . .in-. ? COMKDV. llet.E.of R ??J
-;;.! J.:,;;; FANNY'SFIRSTU
I.VRIC. 4*M.W ofB*wa> Ev.0:13 M ? ?_!
THE MASTER _fi HOUSE
\\ I
nitiivi)'' *?> ' '? a -. tn* rn f. - " *"\
HANKYPANKY^.T v
\,.v \\ . Il.e *,la?ler nf Ihe ll.tn-e
COHANS v',1
.?; i\'
'
GEO. M. COHAN -bro uW'-,* ioxw
? CTAD H Bvea.it IS Laat S NlaMa
AolUn f.il. St. Laal Matlne.- Sat '.'_
THE WOMAN HATEF
M\T mon. DOUULAS FAIgBA.NkS ln
To^daV" HAWTHORNE OF THF. UJUL
\ Romantii* i'i.** by Jan.ee Bernard ^'if*'n
QRAND 8MMS Hi ?!? mai?
\^xi Mon. K?i4lle F??y ln "Ovar tha Ri'**"'T
\KOI.IAN HAI I.. Monday Aft.. *xoi. 4. nt Ui
ARRAI]
I'rltna Ii.'.ma
Mme. lll.AM*HI
7,-,t* n> $*.' Mauaaemant Leudon C^arltaa^l.
FOOD SHOW ,!^*_a
A.l.nis.-io.i We. 11 A. M te 11 F. I_l
liel home nf Ihe fr*? aamplea anO -*_?__
I ni le sam -.'.Ivea the co?tj>f iirlog pnOtam,
DAtvs !4, vit*;sr^ .?iff-.ascp
SARAN BERNHARDT Q,?:.,.,;.',_,
5tkOWC B***a>._lTnOaai *h?w. ro-e
ln Rf C. jsth St. j Boota." Thoa*4TEBtam
!?_:? Mai_0-&0';lara.l'vaT?rlorACe?4

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