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EARIE NOW FACES
KIDNAPPING CHARGE
Pclict \rrcsi in Norway
wiii End l ohg ( areer
U.initv Man."
POSTER-I VTHER
10 Wl M.I CilRL
Stolei Boj Plans to
1 ormer M. sbami's
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ALIMONY LUXURY TO GO
Grifenhagcn Says Ludlow St.
Club Must Cut Expenses.
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ACTRESS"S GOWN A CLEW
-(lentiricd. It Leads to Arrest of
Four in Theft Case.
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SAYS ISLAND ILL MANAGED
Du Vivier Tlnnks Indictments
May Result from His Visit.
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TOO MANY CLOTHES
CAUSE OF COLDS
Americans Ovcrcaretvl in Their
Youlh in \\0idini4_ RigOrS
nf Weather.
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OLD "POULTRY TRUST"
CASE UP ON APPEAL
Famous Rosalsky Imprisonmer.t
Vcrdict to Get Review
After Two Years.
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"JUSTICE DEPENDS
ON JUDGE'-HUGHES
Former Oovernor Says
Man Is More Important
than tlic Liuv.
JSPEAKS AT DINNER
TO JUDGE CUL1 I N
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Head of Ihe Court '?f
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STORM TiES UP 3 STATES
Ohio. Pennsylvama and West
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THE STEINWAY
PIANOLA
A Steinway Anyone Can Play
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tiii: steimva
UPRIGHT PlASOl
1^x0 you who read this aavcrnscir.enf.
mfi^n the name "Steinway" represcnts a
\r%% $&& definite high standard of piano qual
I'MJtMi ity. It is unneccssary to say to you
that the Steinway is an instrument of" remaik
able mechanical perfection; that its tone is sweet.
melodious. sonorous. powcrful possessed of all
the qualities one expects to find in the tone of
one of the world s greatest pianos. The Stein?
way is a piano quite familiar to you. so you
know these things.
But do you know that the Steinway Pianola
is a Steinway in all the attnbures implied by that
name? A Steinway and more- a Steinway
and the art to play.
The wonderful technique and capacity for
real musical expression tliat have won for the
Pianola the praise and endorsement of every
great musiuan of the present generation?the
perfection of piano quality that has made the
name of Steinway famous are at your com?
mand in the Steinway Pianola. The Steinway
that you can play that anyone can play.
The Steinway Pianola may be obtained in
either Grand or Upright models. A visit to the
Steinway Salon at Aeolian Hall will be most
interesting to you and will entail no obligation
on your part.
The Pianola is made in six models, priced from $550
upwards concenient monthly payments ij desired.
These models. including Ihe Steinway Pianola, are on
cxhibition end for sale, in New York. only at?
AEOLIAN HALL
The Aeolian Company
42nd STREET WEST OF FIFTH AVENUE
MAGAZINE COVER
SHOCKS UNCLE SAM
Postal Authorit.es' Order
Stops Prcsscs of "The
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Puhlislicr A^Ks if WtshingtOfl
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French Scientist Intcrested in
Blood Cleansing Tests.
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U?QPOLD QODOW8KY.
FRANCE BRINGS MUSICIANS
Godowsky, Pianist, and Julia
Culp. Contralto, Here for Tour.
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CORTELYOU OR LOEB
URGED FOR POLICE
They and Plenty More Like
Them Would Make Good Com
missioners. Says W J. Burns.
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at ihe Hotel \ itor to the '?
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Doctor's Daughter Unconsci0
211 Vj Hours.
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