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ciYSTOWOMEN:
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Jurrlag- i*1 R?Ptac?
Saffragc Bareaas.
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SISTERS' DEATHS KILL BOY
Oriefstncken Youth a Suicide
After Long Sickroom Vig;l.
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TANGO LID OFF
FOR OLD GUARD
Nothiag Will Be Barrcd at An*
nual Ball in Madison
Sqi are Garden.
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TO EXHIBIT AT LYONS
American Cities Enter Heart J;,f
Into French Plans.
Bevera '?-1 -
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held from Hay I to Mo
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Great Floods in Belgium.
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STUDENT PAGEANT
IN MAZE OF COLOR
New Ycar Festiva! at the
Teachers Collegc Sees
Brilliant Masque.
PLAY AND DANCES
ALL THEIR OVVN
Professors Join in the Merrimcnt
?400 Girls Take Part in
the Presentation.
Thampoon Q ' Tee
_... looked laal ? Igl ' ' ''"
radnbowa from a thouaand atormi
aa tha Boor of tbe big ball Bul II
nlj .!>-.) . heem ? ith and ttnael and
I lum llghl ??h. | ??- ai d pn tt] i
four hundred af them, and Bfl
J OUn| tii? :i.
it uaa the n-w ] ear feetii ai i.
? ? ? : ..f the Btudente' Exacutlve Coun
.ii. a featlval In whleb rarioua di
? . ?- ,,r the colh gi <-i- ai ? The
Inatructora and atudenta of the depart?
menl of apeei i> managad the prea* '
tion and wrote the maaqae "The M
of Joy; or. Drudger) Tranaformed." The
aapartmenl of textllea deatgned thi
domli ? - oartui - and tbe depart?
menl of tine arta dM the atage aatting
The oaadli i were made bj
the departmenl of fooda aad cookary.
? an i ga ball flrai when HO
and laatructora and j--.iests. all
ataeked, danced to muali bj the collega
oreheotra. Than the play began.
The Bcane waa a Bojuaro In a unlvwalty
town aad th?- hero a pnie browed jroung
man chain.d to Dradgery, a damaal ln
aad Bolorad garaaaata Palae Hopa.
bui
Drudgery pot blm again, and not
Trutb?a taii youai man In t;tis i
armor -aeat a llttle cbBd to lead him did
frea.
Many dancea enllvened the n
dance oi the aaj a done by manj ma i
m all the eolora of ti.e ralnbow,
af thi houi - ai .1 othara Oni knrel ?
f.. i araa prodaced by Tlrne?oo nol I
oM maa aith the acythe, bul a ma
a Ing a hib , M aa ln a Bi ewei who,
ni,c: ? ? >ura Btruch akln
ai the hall and away llke a whlte
cloud.
it was rumorad t ii there would be
. ?. ? -? - it: the ti. ?
bul there waan'l one a tall an ?
girl, a ho did a PoUeh danci h I
and high boota and I
? ireet approa
-j-.... . . i arloua old countr d i
ln which BtaM Inatructora found them
-. rai Bomawhat to thelr aataniahment,
par!
"M;. - ? ;??'?
wlped his brow, "1 dldn'l know 1
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SIR ROBERT BOND QUITS
Ex-Premier of Newfoundland
Complains of Bad Faith.
Bt John'a K. r lai - >?
the former l*remler, announcad tc
night hle wlthdrawal ttom publli llfe. In
. ?-. . iav< aa hla rm
: faith on tbe I'art ol tl
which, with the Libi
formed the Opp I by 8ir F erl
l .- Morrie, the i n
Ptei ? n ti.. general etectlon laat 11 -
Hla H-. laiation Miyx In part.
? i will n-v.-f be i parts to allt
,:.v orga -??/??' ? ? entlna one ? l?
in the communlty to gain oontrol of pub
to ti.. ? xcluaii -'; in*
!(raai ow the nvowed policy of
thi Plehermen'a Cnlon "
rt Boi haa krag I ? ?
? the moal promlneni Hgurea In the |
; Hf,. of Ni d. II waa durli i
that the dlaputea ov? I ?
rlgbta of American dahermen In New?
foundland v
m^.-?
HAS TIGER MEMENTO
I "Jungle Days" Book Reminds
Mayor of Tammany Hunt.
laayoi utM bal hai ri 11 Ivad a booa
, .., . [t la ealled "Jungle
DayB." The name and the cover will be
;i eonatanl reminder of the aueceaaful
hunl In which the Mayor aaagagad
jnst prior to Novembei a.
Th. book was wtitt-ii by Dr. Arley
m inaon, a I ' ' K'"'
.\ ,i . who for flve peari waa in
,u :n i.-idia.
. ? j M inaon, a bo Ii onnected
wlth th< i.io.-n Natlonal Bank, and is
,in ,. I friend of afayor Ifitchel
brother of i" VI nean H* '""'
aadlai th* Ma
bound In tlgei Bkln Wht n it
gatttna tha sk:n Ifr. afunaoa found
it wai nol an eaei taaa: Aftei
...i tiu tiui. and banded II
rr to the bookblnder, who aald II w-as
tbe Brat time h*- had avet beaud of aueb
d tor thal purpe i
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JAPAN'S NO TO RUSSIA
Opposed to Suggeition to With
draw Troops from Ohina.
j Toklo. Jan W The .lapanes. gaval
' n.i.i to-.ia\ lacaarad thal ri araa appaaad
I to the withdrawal af all loretgH t
: from Chlna, aa auggaatad b| the i: ?
,.,,%.- ? ? n Deeembai tt.
The propoaal made bj Raaata araa thal
,,.,. | ? oopa of aii natlona ahouid
j i. althdrawn from the proi Inci of
; ding the Legatlaa Qnarda, the ragl
! Tien-Tain and thi trooi ? guard
J I ? ? i i ' ? ? " ? asa and
? advaneed that
| tiona in tha aarth ?f Chlna arere bo
langeroaa to foraignara_
No Tipping,
Pieaae.
ollano
30 WrsrJi?.
Minimum Wage
for Women
$12 per Week.
SOME OF OUR LUNCHEON ITEMS:
m , i pgrec o. SplH Peti .15
JaiJsj cwck.- on Tcaut .40 OUckti Hg 10
fTedp.pr.rt.J0 irruhlcr. lieam. 15
"? FruitStlid.4S SalfBtyg Salad .33
Lobstet Sgaaal ??lMl 9mmm
Following Served After Threc o'Clock:
. . ? , ,,? .A Hol Waaflei arith Hone) .20
Mut BUculti arith Marmalidk .10
ioisud EnfHfh .Murtms .13
. ?, H: ,,. sadar klaaJ ee lakMaaa.
? u M, Al?in and the Wal*H>rf-Aatoria.
Midway betweer. the McAIpm anu
SAYS BRITAIN MAY RELENT
Earl of Kintorc Si're She W:1I
Be at Canal Exposition.
Thi Earl oi Klnton I ian of th.
ot the gto-Amt rt?
can Kxpodtlon, to b< hi Id n, ar*
rlved ?? i ??'i.I Ii
\\ hit! ?-' u II. Balt* Hia vi
,i. with thi tmi btta
i h, , at i. w ho wii Important
counti ?? sd d
al ol ? ?? ' - ' I ?
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,::-< o ll
Thi ? aald, with*
, ? ? ta and
? ,i feeUng
\ i~ tltlon algni d b] thaa a thou*
eadlng b ' Brit*
sd to Pai llament re
estlng that I ? v hlbll
!i,. f. ? ent. the pi ti
. il
tnglo
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? ai Iflc Kx
l tbe * a f the Ai gk>
tlon
i ?? lloada* th. earl wil ? al ot
? al a dlni ? thi ynertcaa
comn Itti ? on W edni ??? u aill u.> ta
rhere hi a III be rei dved
g, retai Bi and the Bi Itlah Am?
oor.
COLOMBIA PLACES
INDEMNITY SECOND
Wants Same Rights to Use Canal
as United States Has and
Boindarv Settlement.
Waahtngton, Jai PI ?' 'v ' !nt"a
,,l;i, ... , nfiderations abova mone
tary Indemntty in the aettlemenl or tbe
srlth thi United
Btatea ovet th.- aeparatlon of Paoama
from the Bouth Ain-11' ;iii eountrj araa
aaaerted to-day bj Jullo Betai t, the
Colomblan Mlnlater Ii Waahlngton.
In th- tr--.it> of ? " ? mi al thal ia heinj*
but whli h ha BnaUy
,.-,-,,,} to, Ifinlati r I'.- tancouii de*
clared Bnandal recompenae for ihe leaa
,,, p held by I ? ? menl
t hli n dl ?? with
. nl un kta :i\
iUK |. between thal oo
I Pana i - : ' ?
thi aama riichts l a tha Pan?
ama Canal aa tbi ted Btatea I ntll
? ara
to, It wa the
arnoui pald to Colombla
ament would not be de*
.... n ,-...
porti " ',;l Atl"
repori ty al
-. ?>
, ...
r thi greerm
.... ? : Ltkm waata
it Itnoa n thal ln the aetth raenl i I ao
gertoua :. matti r Coloi tha
. nt of money of secondary value Tha
.... itlona
lara, Tbi
on m ..
\. rj fri-ndiv wa ' i; I ''?' and not al
. ton. bul pendlng thi
fron ?.,-??
Thompaon, II l? too earl) to taik
ettlemeat
,...,!... ? bi -. that th.- grant*
?np u. her ..! the rlght l ? the canal
? ? .? !? rma aa thi Unltid Btatea,
ai : the canal wen atlll ln Cblom
bian terrltoi ? ognttlon
to the i al tllis coun
- an Inherenl rlght whlch
? ? -. . ? trj haa In the
a. a ': havi beei aaa if
Panama h ? ar n ilted
HIGHWAYS APPEAR
ON LUNCHEON MENU
Republican Club Discusses
Idea of Federal Aid in
Road Construction.
TALK IS CENTRED
ABOUT BOURNE PLAN
W. H. Truesdalc in Letter Opposes
rx-Senator's Schemc- Others
Give Approva!.
The RepuMlcaa 11 ib h Ita I I -
day 'unch-on daaeuaaaon of Um aaaaon.
? ..k up yeaterday the queettoa ..r federal
aid iti th. eonstrucUon ..f hlghwaya. The
tuik eentred aboul the ptan ranaulated
by Jonathan B lurna, Jr., former Benatoi
f:-om Oragon and chalrmaa of the Jotnl
Cemmlttee on PedVral Ai.i la tha Con- j
Btructtaa af Poal Roada [addentally.!
john .v Carheks, s-.ate Mlgnway cornaata- <
sio!,. deacrlbad thi blghway altuatlon |
. ln th:s stat.- and promiaad tbe comi k tloi
aplendld ayeteni of atate roada by
:'l.".
iralealoner Carllale'a referenee to the
dala ln Um Blghway Departmenl was
of a >- ani rai natura "i am onry ra
. bope ." hi .'?; i.i "thal Borae time out ol
l all thii meea or Inveatlgation w. -
have an IntalUgeal atudy af road oaadl
Pork."
The acandala aroaa, he eonatdered, out
of a defi t ..f tbe law. atnot lemadiert,
which permltted the expenditura of anor
amounta .t monej with no power
:dit. Thic and other dafecta ta Um
highway law he waa tnetrumental, as
chalrman of th- committee of inquiry. ln
bavlng removfed, an.i he thought he coold
prOBBlae that nothintf had OC urr-d ln the
? i. |?.-,? t- ? ? t iinci he took charge of it
l;,vt Ifay '? BBOa Of the state
' to hi
"if Um men we havi Rot aoa iti th<
i partment i aa'l bufJd geod roeda>H he
wenl on, "the prohlem la like rour i
probiem ln Uda i Itj. i laaolubli
: tbink wi
?:?t? the Bneal
to
thi world."
Banal i ? ? plan proi Idea I r
t thi ? - ernment iaaue 1 pei
..?!??? ? ? llon dol
. ? ? ? have the mone)
irtty
,,t Um ' oeni bonda, tbe
? ?
redeem the priw Ipal at
the end Of tl..
malntenance he would have the Unlted
Sta:> I 1 ? UM
atati .--,-.?' fund
ttad to Um m, i rovklad the atah
l ? ; .: like amount for
the . ami | irpoat
; Thi - ? ' R
? ? ghwaj and
. . .. . ? rponding li ?
Beid to Weat 1 t and i he, t.. pro
....
t.-nt to malntain the compn l ?
item of i | the
ti ??. | a reaull of tha bond laaua.
ii.. :,,,.,. i | ) thaae and other provuabaa
I to eaca - the "porfc ? iturea in< i
to tt. dlapenaatioa of federal Kratul
.,. and to provlde for a permanenl Im
provemenl to ahoa far tlfa enormoua a??
pandlture of monej weefdV arhtch, as
, ,. ?. | ..... r E 1 Bb rena, of Um New
Departmenl i t Public i:
Lt for Um Panama i '?' al
... - erina a< -
? k Into Inaigi Ulcai -
1 u/Hiiam H Tr leadale, or the Lacka
JOSEPH P. M0KU6H & SON
COJIfJflOg I htir Sei Igg r>?
AFTER SEASON SALES:
Hnh /;.
FROM JANUARY I2TH Tu I7TH:
Significant Uxamplca
of
MODERNIST FURHIT'JRE,
With Deco'ati\e Dctailr, ln
rUTURIST FASHION:
There Are
Bedsteads and Bandboxes:
Tabies and loys:
Chalrs and ( he Is:
Potyt bromatfc i amp Shades:
Cusblona and Table Covers:
. ?,// I..,h,h,t,..n /?/-><-. A' I '" B?
OuptieatM,
t 1/ /./?/,'/'7. v Y$ LKBB ///.IA'
/.7.'7..V7 BEOVL i/.' !' i ll !
0 W. 42d St. ? Opposite the Library
waaaa RaOroad, arrata a lattar of n
C aflller, chalraaaa or the eeav
mittee ol arraagemi ? ? ' ???*, *?
Rer 1 lylng a prwloua eiagege
menl pravatated his attendanca al
lunpheon, he rtawonjalj oppoaed the aug
. ? m that th.- federal rrovaramaarl enter
upon tha bulldlag of hlgl ? I dag
tbal it would only repeal ln this Beld and
1 much greeter acala tha gral
?parh barn I" experlencea aaaodatad a I
harbaVa and pubtk hulM
pproi rlatloaa
I.......; . K-g< aator Bouru. repued ta l
crltldsm, conslderlng it laappllcabla not'
. to 1.;- praaeni hlghwaya ptaa
to the approprlatlooa for rlvara and har
and pub - ' il Uni - ?' the laal Con*
?
The ? ?-iV 1 ate 'a phm waa agajarorad :n
eneral way by Commlaadonar aHeveaa.
S^ laon P Lewla < hlef englaei r or tha
Board or gatlaaate; A. O. Batehelder,
ehatrman of the ex? itrve board af tha
AutoanobUe Aaooeiatlon of Ainerica, and
,,,. R j, chaptn, ?' Detroit, rtaalnaaa of
the Nationai AtftomobUe Chamber of
Commerce. All agreed that federal ex*
Iture for hlghwaya was boond to
and urgad thal a arlae plaa be j
adopted beforehaad
.
DESERTED WIFE HURLS
ACID IN HUSBAND'S FACE
Meets Him in Street After
Search of Many Weeks?
His Condition Serious.
atra Roee Oarbln, twenty-flve ;?
0 ,; of No. 100 2d atreet, 1 ame face
,,, face with her huaband, whom
?he had been tralllng for aeveral wi ?
ai Brooma ai -? iree*a l*-*l
night, ;.tiii emptled the contenta of a
viai of carboUi acid ln his fai ? -. Aa
tbi burnlng llquld ate away the fio.?h
burned oui I - ? aa tha man
...,. uned In I I*** to tha
The woman offered no n
when Detectlve Bobjer placed her
iind. r arrcat I am glad 1 did that."
-aid. "When tha h.art is broken
what is tha uee of livinK-"' She hf
serted Barbtn deaerted har a few
montha after their marriage.
Oarbln, the fleah adrnoat entlrely
burned from hia face and tba alght of
hoth eyea deatroyed, waa taken to
Oouverneur Hoapital by Dr. Patcbaa,
where II was aald hia condition waa
si rloua. Th.' wi!'.- was k> k? d up iti tha
1 iridge atreet pollce atatlon, charged
with felonioua aaaault " I
ATTACKS JUDGE
IN OPEN COURT
Missouri Attorney General Tells
McPherson He Polices State
for Railroads.
\ atirlted
v .n th. acta of 7a ''
, ? . -?. ln
.-? - aaa in oi.
?
tory to encer
....
lancc with a reeenl - f haa
It, fc'cling th.
roeattltutloaal
\t- Barker dema nde l that
J ? an dlamlaa th- InJuncthMM
t.,.. ii ? - . -. s aafaaal
... tl it fufl
. HMed that
the atat#
d go to th L'niti tatee suprem
he wouli.
?
to pofii * thh
for the - ? ??? Bfl
? . .
?
? ??..? ?? fetkvwed
? ng of ? Ita
ludne
| ? ? ? ... nerai
from ? ? ? - ? ? ? ? ' ? ? ? t
?o eailaet
mllllona of dollara in aller.
? Ldi Wl .1- th- iate lawa were In
? .ri.
???w hy aie the ruJlroada afrald of the
lakad the Attorney Qaa
? rai "Why do they alwaya seek thi*
ln treubte? I waal
The people of hfk
eourl wanl to know.
?j did nol come here to-day to arcu
.natter Bgala. I came here to a> a
thal j on fil-d the daerea that you wrote
and ordi red laat month, e?d I s?e no nee I
:? . . aaM to me that
all there Is to thia crtse is for you to BBrhBT
acreea rou alraady have wiiltan an.!
I the T'nited Btatea BupraBM Court
? : to enter."
Jndjre IfcPheraea llstenfd to the attack
? -e. At the and Of tt he said
"In my thirteen and one-half '??? l
on ti.e federal bench i bave nevet been
i ? any one or anythlng ? i
? ti' e. While I would Ukg
? ..i opinkm of all aaen, i prafer the
.-i oi" my own ronaclenca. i
.? ra rvad from the dtetatea of my
conaclence hy any bouqueta or by any
brickbata."
Jud| ? *l
torw procaed atate
? with BUlta for $3 ? ovei
gee againal kUaae ut
took Um Miaaouii rallroad caae un?
der furthi nl for thrat wc-ks.
Mr. Barker aald he daf net know
wbether the InJuncUon waa biadlng aa
him or not.
USE JIMMY ON HOTEL MAN
Thieves Knock Him Out When
He Surprises Them at Work.
Btephen Mclfahon, a bototheaaet at
,. % avenaa. Laerel HUL Long iai
and, waa awakenad earry yeaterday paorn
|B| ; ? . | Italda the window. H
two aaen trylng to forc-e a aruaeour
to the 'arroom.
Ba ran out the rear way, intendlng to
eall help, bul nna of the men aaw hJaa
and knocked him dowa with a Uramy.
Before af< afahon eould pet up th- met
had aacaped The hotelkaepar cJaiaaa ta
know the oama of one of the men and
notifi-d UM police.
^ ^^_ _^, Restaurant, 8th Floor?Sorlin's Orchestra, 12.15 to 2.15?Express Elevators
-*i r
Ai J5%tftf yea&rj/^of>%4/vcn
'STATH AVC. I9*T020* ^TREET
W. A. Marble and John 8. Sheppard, Jr.. as RECEIYERS
Charge Account
Customers
Are Invited to Use
Their Accounts
?
bZ\zJ? ni HK Hbb tii H3 0* vs cs m kSi JSS JL B ! 53 55! j= 2 i-5
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JElaJS ^#^p*aaii V ^^.sL Aaa-F A/ %A*^*#
Bulletin for Monday Shoppers
Never lose sight of the fact that MORE THAN A MILLION DOLLARS' WORTH OF SIMPSON
CRAWFORD QUALITY MERCHANDISE IS NOW AVAILABLE at the LOWEST PRICES on RECORD i
in the SALE AUT 3RIZED by the RECEIVERS, Messrs. WM. A. MARBLE and JOHN S. SHEPPARD, Jr., J
appointed by JUDGE HOUGH in chamber8 of the UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT. i
We deaire to emphaaize this moat important feature of the Receivera' Sale on account of the many enormoua purchaaea
of new merchandiae now being made by the receiver. to reinforce Simpaon Crawford atock. and prolong the intenae intereat ahown
by the public in this wonderful, unparalleled bargain event.
No store can expect to do a big buaineaa without replenishing atocka which have a habit of becoming exhauated before
the overwhelming on.laught of crowds of ahoppers auch as have attended the Receivera' Sale aince its inception.
During the past week our buyera, under the direction of the Receivera, had opportunitiea to go into the market and aecure ,
vast quantities of the newest nnd moat deairable merchandUe from manufacturers who, in January, are willing to accept almoat \
any kind of a caah offer to close out their atocka. i
The reault ia?greater opportunitiea thia week than laat. The Sale of Sales?the Sale with a reason?haa only juat begun. ?
All Departments Take Part in the RECEIVERS' SALE J
If you will put your faith in the Receivera' Sale and depend upon it absolutely, no matter what you want, you will bet A
richly rewarded by the enormoua aavinga to be realized at RECEIVERS' SALE PRICES.
Phenomenal valuea for Monday, Tuesday, Wedneaday, Thursday and during the entire week. Exhausted speciala will \
be repleniahed with the aame gooda at the aame pricea or OTHER gooda will be substituted at EQUALLY ATTRACTIVE price*. -
Look for Receivera' Sale Speciala in all departments.
Furniture and Pianos Sold on the Club Plan
?SIMPSON CRAWFORD CO., W. A. MARBLE AND iOHN S. SHEPPARD, JR . AS RECEIVERS!
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