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MOOSE MAY BOOM
T. R. FOR GOVERNOR
\ational Committee toTake
Lip Question at Meeting
in Chicago, April 30.
STATE LEADERS NOW
AT WORK ON SLATE
fearing Roosevelt. Whitman En?
thusiasts in Kings County
Plan Early Action.
WSSVOll run for Qev?
af . .. >f th? Progrssstva
gttJste* V-" ' ' ~ '? ' '
"--? aussi ?' ,s to br hv ,h*
Iggtwtt* ' ' ' Pr*M{rs?wl*'a
\ttlona- Com? ttee at a meetlnb to be
: ?.
?jt, -setter the advisability of
?; . . for <.t'V
fall will be con?
?deied fcy theNat. a? itlve Com?
l WMh from Thurs
.gv," ra:d Oeergs W". PsrkJns yesterday.
^ - a car.d.da.-y would affect the ful?
g? cf the pari M a Whole, an?l the
? e?tion r"?i-,r' ?hould i?e considered by
- dfansl lea I? -
Th!? Mststnsnl I Mowed h conference
linier? ' ? ar '* ( ' R l*hthpa
-g-gg ehalrn t ths state committee.
y PhU.:r'^ I? v': mly of the opinion that
Colonel Rooseveh should run
T(?osf ta leaders who have
It-Mai thsi ? '? ael Roosevelt must run ;
have bee- I the remainder
. .... ure talking ?
? ngaai for led SI tor,
rrederlck M. Davenport aa the p
andida*.* .rernor, and
.,i John A. Hennessy for Cont
? e that all ?
tit tB ti
wtaa "'?
District Atl ? Whitman would not
Ulk for : ibOUt 1
g?gtem -ent for the Republican nomina-'
? or by th? rgai
.?.. m Aast t in Kini Coun?
m on M '
while he waa V ' Hod, he would rather
tue actas ed for a few j
?tek.?j It il . I OW< \ < r. that |
the WMttnsn I omen in Kings County
lassas t
- . stror?: it would be wise to get
l'istr: : Attorn? Whitman out in the
open at on e. He may be IndofS?
uther dial . inizations in
CBSBty withli ? ? lima
Whitman believes he
hi? the ar| I on in Oneida County
dispatch > esterday
?rom Wsi "ii" of the lead?
ers (here -
?.;;?>? I county committee hal
pajsed n "i opposition to the
proposition "f Job E. Hedges for an un?
?? onventlon.
word ? - estate yesterday
. ?' ' ?henungo,
hoped ta ?utenant G
?affckei tmnn. Kin-rs County,
?rung a car
Wteterm . ? - roembei of the
: - lea I'ommittee,
evelt boom in Brooklyn
'-: meeting of the Kings
n April 9
kenM offer .-. resolution placing the or
pMBBtloa Oi ? ord In favor of tne
enenel's bo-i | on.
GETS WHAT HISKIN LOSE
Sayle Will Cuts Off Relatives in
Favor of Marie Harrison.
fie i ?
" on March II
?.-. -...
&.W ?a ? |f|M Mario -^ Harri?
? " ' Mater Mrs A.
rarswe. ai
? ' the - ared tfint,
listen thre?
. - ,. ...
of M
d as exe.
Tm ail Stein?
-
??
ears I
? - Ma
the only true 1
?
' ' tire estai
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CHURCH SYMPATHY
OFFERED MEXICANS
Peace Commission of Fed?
eral Council Opposes
U. S. War Plans.
RESOLUTION SENT
TO PRESIDENT WILSON
Organization. Representing 17,
000.000 Christians. Lauds
"Wait and Watch" Policy.
Sympathy for the Mexican people was
1 s tenor of th n solution adopted by
the Federal Council of the Churchea of
: In America, representing some
? iminetlona and seventeen
? in? m the ?United Statea
i daj its commission on peace and
laat night seal the ,. solution
to Pri sldent IVI
The Rev. .J B Remensnyder, chairman,
said thiit the commission preferred the
President in his rble as watchful waller.
"There was s general sentin i t, not
expresse,] .:l th? resolution, said he. "in*
ni the original stand of President
W'Ueon, refusing to recognise Huerta oti
the moral grOUndl that he was a-, BS*
ind a usurper."
The resolution telegraphed to the
President was, in part, as follows
"We, repr?sentatives of the federated
fore?--- of seventeen million Christiana In
the Unit? i! States, desire to put on rec?
ord our steadfast friendship foi the
Mexlcsn people and to express oui eym
pathy with them In the disorders which
now fro able their country.
i wa) o ' of th^ir distress?*!
may b<? found ?s our earnest and can?
al ? ' nope.
"We wish further to express our eon*
on thai the thoncht of war between
Mexico and the ?United states is ah
horrent to the vast majority of our
people Th-- i Itlsens of our republic
want no war with our Southern neighbor,
i ' r do they desire to dominate it or to
Interfere with its Internal affairs, hut, on
th? other hand, they desire cordial rela
and friendly Int? reo i
"\\ ? rejoice that In our President nnd
o ?r ?Secretary of State we have men who
are hivers of peace. That the purpose ol
our President and his councillors shall be
carried out Is not only our hope, but our
confident exp? dation.
"We wish tu Rs.-.-.r.-i our Repres
tlvea and Benstora at Washington that
the voices ' war do not rep
of the sane and sub?
stantial pi r Republic, and w?
? nlnd them that the few news
which would hurry the govern
to extre- .? ie voicing
the wishes not of patriotic and disinter?
ested citlsens, bul of mischief makers
and of certain vested Interests whose ag?
grandisement is furthen-ii by war."
Rev. J. n. Remensnyder, chair?
man; the Ret Charles B. Macfarland,
the Rev. Peter AlnsUe, the
Rev Arthur J, Brown, Hamilton Holt,
lev Charles E. Jefferson, charles E.
? - ss, the !:? ; ? ?:. the
Pec. Rlvington D. Lord, the Rev. Prod*
stich Lynch, the Rev. Qeorge a. Miller.
the Rev. Philip B. Moxom, William H.
Short. ?Daniel P. Smile'-, Bishop Luther
B. Wilson and .lames Wood, members oT
on peace and arbitration
of th? i 'ouncil of the i I irehea
of Christ ii America.
DIAZ IN MONTE CARLO
Ex-President Posted by Friends
on Mexican Developments.
Monte ? ';<? lo -vprll S -?.'?? ?era Porfirio
President of Mexli o, has
ere to recovei from tlie aftei
fi of an attai k Of Pr:p. He Is at.
hla wife.
The convaleacence of the general, who
?s n< irlj ' ? ty-four yeara old, la mak?
ing norma' progress, altho Itrh he la
? d with deafness He show? great
the news about M< sice
I all available i e?a sj spsrs
-. . . mai rlvate te i-~.-r.-r en th?
?
? ' to-day to com?
? ? . Mon or the Cnlted Btatei
ih.. ? ia - ? oi re
often re
? .ark. that the onl ircum*
er a he would return to
,, would he when peace had been
or v hen his country
it.i ked by a foreign ?pos
intha ago < lei eral Dies ashi d
t of patriotism
p m Mex
i ould ob
? ? on? m the
Andrew Alexander
548 Fifth Avenue
At Forty-fifth Street
The Colonial shoe is still
easily the leading shape ?
Improved lasts make them
fit closer at the sides and
heel and various combi?
nations o? leather, cloth
and buckskin add to their
attractiveness.
$5 to $8.50
Ijonnlonn: .-?\!h V-enue at Nineteenth StfCsl
Per MONTH UPON PLEDGE
_OF PERSONAL PROPERTY
THE PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY OF NEW YORK
1%
MAMIAi'IA.N
Fourth Avenu? cor 2 t.'i Strr-t
T^^lt ? ',.. i tor. Kivinftoii ?trr-t
( i*"tBth Ave. bet. 4?!h and -1 *> t h Sta
I M*..;!/!!, , Ave. cor. l.Mth Street
Vi'?.'.d ?tree! cor. Clinton Street
yxx T?? -t. bet.Lexington ft id Avs.
"?? Hou-.ton Si cor. Lues St.
MMMVJ
0 rtlindl Ave cur. 148th Street
IIIIIKIkl 1 N
Graham Avenue cor. l->?*b-vohe St.
Pitkiii Avenue cor. Kockjway Ave.
I'i.F CENT. CHARGED I.PON
WITHIN
DAI I.
1 y PEU CEN /. <.IIA?<?jl:I.
*\_\ LOANS REPAID \
' & 1 WO WLLKS rKOM
RUTH HELEN DAVIS AS "SPRING."
COURT WILL SEND
M'LEAN TO JAIL
Removes Executor of Numerous
Estates. Husband of Former
D. A. R. President.
After ????_- ?o i omplainta r<
Donald McLean, who has figured prom
Inentlj In the la t few yi i as ex?
of n'im. i. estates, Bui rogate ? "ol i
yesterday declared that he would tah<
steps to send M ?Li >u to Jail.
"I removed McLean as executor of the
estates he represents In New York," the
Burrogate Bald. "Whj he has no'
sent to prison lone ?,cn |? ? mystery to
i ? ee that he goes there."
MoL-ean, a lawyer and forme:- Appraiser
of the port of New York, is the husband
of Mi 11,- 'i McL< an, n ho i >r man)
? i-, ?? ?? Idem of the Daughtc
i . Revolution Mrs. ?Charlotte ?O'Connor,
mother of the 'ate Camilla Polloch
peared before Surrogats Cohalan y? I
?lay and told of the way in which Mo*
t-ean had bandied ths estate of her
daughU
The complain! gainst Mel v ? ?
been merged Other complainants are
Mi Henry Huber. who ss i she ?
only 16,000 oui of b 190,000 estate left
I McLean by her husband;
Mra Mary a. Bchepper, who Intrusted
? ? I to him, and the Third Refoi m< d
Presbj ti r?an i ihurch, n hlch alles?
tunda have been squandered by McLean.
McL?. laid to be In Mar?
GETS U.S. AIRCRAFT ORDER
Burgess Company Told To Be
Ready to Supply Machines.
. B) " ? '? *rmh ? . .... j
Marblehead, Ma.?-?-, Ann: a. Pranh H
R . m I, manager of the W Btarttng B n
i ompany, manufacturer of ?ero
?? ? ed an order to-da? from
the covernment to h<> prepared io p t
rea of m^n a- aorh t..
e aln-iaft for use In case Of War with
Mea lee
it wai r imored that the two bos type
11 inn hydn , ? ed are fo
the use of the United States army,
of the ' ? ??? - ? type si ropl ines now at
Ban Diego may be taken to the Mexican
border bj the army. Muerta has no aero
planes, and II l| believed that his.equlp
menl la ao snclen! that hla marksmen
win not hp ??tee to hit an American ?
plane in caee it crosses the border to
nitre.
Villa haa t-.?.o fl\in? machines, but, ac?
cording to the ist report, their engines
were not working and they wer.- prsc
?-i to junk.
SPRING FESTIVAL
TO BLOOM TO-DAY
I ive Hundred Will lake Part in
Political Educatioi League
Mower I etc.
h.is been
? to a fort Bl
a lata bl ms for tl a
. ( the Less " ' Poiltl
... ' ? ?? . nrhlt h will op? n ' i
? approach of api Ing a III be ;
anl In which BOO young women
; .'n will t;ik.- pai i 'ni?- children
alii be divided Into groupa Bach group
: if a spring Bower. Ml - it'ith
Helen h;n la to be Que? n of I
t-r dance apectacle bas bsen
;? rr-.tt ged bj Manu? : i ?hlldr? n In
lilies?
of.tht--v.iii' lull] oms
-.ni i ? pay bornsgs in
? i 'if an?i pantomime to their
Queen.
The Bplrll of spring haa bsen riven
??xprrssion in the bootha In the forth or
artist ? r da orated v< Ith Bowers,
: i the public ' Ut fl'inrrs,
growing plants snd delicate perfumea
The Dutch boot! I ? Ira
im rlollai 'i for I ? avtll
b? pr? Ided ovei If? uiTrouw VVllbel?
rvol tion of the modern dsnoa *vtn
M si 'i Mra J Murray?
-"n in coatume Friday evening
Mr. and Mra V'ernon Castle will danoa
.\i n i.".ma Prohman w/ill preside ?ver
the tea-room Pea Bill ba poured by
fa orlte a tressea
MANY HEAR CALL OF WAR
Paterson, N. J., Recruiting- St;i
tions Have Busy Time.
i ti ? ?? i
S, ?!.. tprll 21. Ths lo si re
.... ....
: t't their rapacll i ? n
a ho desire tn enlist In ths ml
?
i ? ? past four ds] ov< ? ?? ant)
men I ? eei taken In ti i \ like
numb? > nts have been rejected.
fin?- hundred nun have applied to Col?
onel Van Walraven, In charge <?f the Stfa
'.-1 mi nt. N < ? . N .1 Moal
? an tonmi
Judges and Clerks Will Dine.
May? i- Mit? h? I ?i.: be th? rues? i
al a dinner to be given i ?? the
' lerical Association of the CTity Magis?
trate Courts to-morrow night In Terra a
Garden. Philip Bloch, chief elarl
< ourta s ?ii be toaatmaster,
end judgea and magistrates the ai
ALDERMEN SLAM DOOR AFTER
GLYNN EMPTIES THEIR STABLE
Spend Afternoon Wrangling Over Committee to Urge
Mayor's Veto of a Bill That Became
Law Hours Before.
Por more than two hOUfS the members i
Of the Board of Aldermen fUSBSd and
? mad and n<,t -, "hat nv" l seti1 '?
? ? r, ntlng ? ? ? ttee
^ the Msyoi to tbo <
vet,, a 1 thst th? or hi d .-.-?
approved Aftei rountlea pariiam?
langl? nd the lies of ? 'him; la m
bj some members the resolution waa
psasad. only to find thai Qovernor ,;
ha<i Bpprovad the bin several boui
fore.
The hill that ?--..??-vi g\\ the ?ABBS gives
the Folles Commlsetener the power to
Issue r lien fur utrert Irnffle legUlatlOO
that shall have the name effect ??? alder
ordlnances Aid-rman P? i >'
nan ? ihe < od ! ition Committee,
prot? ?ted a to the M i r'
: ed II
.Mi-all'. W Ith ids Bppn
\\ n< n p< n ii v offered lit? >? ol ition ?
terda f? > rommltl.I
i i. the bead) to wall
Mayor and ask him to urge the ?fJovernor
to reto the MO the Demonstln mem
ben Of the board ?im beted. They thought
it funny th.it the Mayor ahoold ba asked
to re. i r*e hiiiM-lf
Bui tl a Psadr. r? aolutlon weni a en
I? ' t it, if the Mayor
did nol rranl th? r ?? \ eat ' ?.n
leo ahould go ? ect to i: with
11 n" ml. ra srired him "?'
? h.m 'n withhold action un me
i?iii until hs l.. ai'! f "m them .1
i . angry when thoy arara told
litt." ths wasting t h.. t he Bad paid no
attention to them.
AMsiIIIBII I'owMne, Demorrntlo leader,
? leelnreil the resolution en InsuH to the,
fusion Mayor by th? fusion majority. He
and hM rolleaxufv, orate?! at leriirfh tn
support of th? Mayor The fti?tonl?:t?, aa?
asrtsd thai tbey maanl no dla Burti "'?- <n
the Major, hut thrv did not BSS Why ' *?
-
th? oi a ' '
?
rtdmenl , w? tit Into
mil !. ?? ol the . fO Ihl ' tune
in l u ? iii ' ! ? ?'! S SI re
ported favorably tu the board aid the
fiirhi began again, bul the resol ilion ? if
paused lu th?*? end.
FAKE ADVERTISERS
AROUSE MERCHANTS
F?fth Ave. Ass'n Discusses
Plans for Checking
Unfair Methods.
0. V. ROGERS SPEAKS
ON NEWSPAPER CODE
Committee to Wake Vigorous
Crusade Against Fraud in
Uptown Stores.
Aho it one
met
noon at th? ? m - ?
the
ai ? ? . tail
tnt of the
V\ ithin th?
there
: i
. pol*
? to ad? efiiae contlni
ki pt" and ? ? -
-
I and kin
ired m< ? ,|.., with
wit. of I onwlt,
I ? iln of this < -m
mitt' ? ? t yestei meetini
I. M. Speei
' Of ???-?? i ate I
i" mark-' I I ill - anil
? n "i ''OL- re, general n snager
of Tl a Till ted th? tion of
i m I he [".int of
? a
Mr Rogers gave the rules governing
e of advertii tor bj
bis ' per, which, he point.?! Out,
? - mod to ?limin?t? from the
Tl . Ti Ibune th? i | tattoo of
? i or object!? - marchan?
dise . ? m) kind whataoever,
i >? - ni ' the uni tir meth?
od s m to which w?
- Ing !? ?s pc
? : to those f.-\v caSCS With
h you come llrecl contact, b
- Is, i think, due to two
?. ??-. general aci eptance by
the business world of hii
of b .hr higher
standards or moat newspaper? The ??n
eral moral uplift haa Influenesd ? a
? I SS Othl r line', of busl
snd also the advertisers have made
tl a papers realise that thej ire hecomincr
more and more particular as to the com*
i heir advertisements keep. In < on
f--"(i;enc->, the path of virtue is also com?
ing to be the path of good, sound busi?
ngs Judgment."
Clarence s Blake of Newark, attorney
for the Advertlaing Men's League Ol
eity, described the working of the Ne?
jei ..?.? law, which provides a Rae of 1
or a year in prison, or both, for false ad
Vertisera Already several ? onvh-tions
have been had under It. nlthoueh 11 WSS
passed b- the Legislature only a y?iar
aim.
Other speakers wore William If fnsrer
Boll, who ttauie.i the, x-w Jersey law.
ami Aldet-man William n Cherosh, who
introduced Into the Hoard of Aldermen Of
this city the ordinance passed two
months ago, which forbids fraudulent ad?
vertising In the streets of Ne? fork. A
letter written h\ Tx-.'iis Wiley, of "Th
Times,'? was re.ol
FAINT FATAL TO WOMAN
Mrs. Berwin, Seized by Attack,
Opened Window and Fell.
Mra. Charles K Berwin, wife of a man?
ufacturer of hardware, at ?I*- Chamber?
st . fall from a window In the third floor
of her home. IB West Nth si
and di'-d Intel In Polycllnlc Hospital
Bhortly after noon one of her maids dis
covered Mrs. Herwin lying on the flag?
stones in the ?o irtvard She never re
ro%-ered consdousneaa
Th? death Of Mrs He-win is considered
an accident. 'the maid reported that
<? time before she found her mista
the Courtyard sh?? had f--on^ tO her
? and'fl 'I'm. In the roa.- of 'he house
it is supposed that she fep a fainting
?pell coming on. opened a sindow end
I
GUARD FOR WEBBER
AT BECKER TRIAL
Whitman Will Have Detective
Protect Witness- Dresner Not
in Talkative Mood.
District Attorney Whitman conferred
? moon nrith hi- a-s:-tants,
. i . .,] ami Delahanty on the B? cker
-slriK Mr. Whitman's talk with
"Brtdgie" Webber In Paasaic on Mon*
After th? conference II
that there was nothing new in the
case. Webber asked Mr Whitman for
a dote? tiv. to guard him when he
.am.? to this dtp to ti itify si the tria:.
a man trill be assigned to thsl Iota by
- .. i, rtrl I Attornej it la ? cpscted that
Webber ?rill return to Passaic each af
- on immedl itel aft? r appearing
i
The p: trlct Attorney did not. as re?
ported, question yesterday Carl Dresner,
who admitted aft-r the las? minute bear?
mi; fot th? c inmen that he committed
perjury.
He doe- not seem to be In a n ood to
be frank, so Mr. Whitman Is going to
let him remain in the Tomts until he
' "cools off." The new attorney for Beck?
er may ask for further time. The case Is
aduled for trial one waah from to-day.
Mr. Whitman. It Is understood, ait] not
make strong objection if B?chera coun*
.isk-> for a postponement until the
? mg.
HALLERAN NAMES WOMEN
?Phyro" and "White Hope" Re?
vealed at Trial of Wife's Suit.
Aloysius 'i- B?Ueran, whose matrimo?
nial troubles hav?? been stirring Queen?
fount?/ for several months, finally got a
chance yesterday to glv?, under oath, hi?
verMon of th- affatrs of hi? family. Heg
f *? defendant In th* artlon on trial be
CARPET CLEANING
W. H. Hankinson'
>53rd YEAR
ESPi iNSIBIIJ i \ RELIABILITY
tLLANLY Ml 1IIOIIS
Booklet Minlid.
ttg-dM J. ?.Ird St. ? Piar? CD?.
fore Justice Kelby In the Supreme Court.
Queens, and later he expects to be at the
other end of the horn, with tUS wife
squirming under charges lrnp!i''.itlng her
brothor-tn-law, Borongb President Con?
nolly.
The principal revelations yesterday
were ttM young women who had been re?
t?, a^ 'Phjrro'' and "White Hope."
One la Qartrude Hatch and the other
Cecilia ?'.orion. B wording to Halleran.
Hs was ssaunlnod ;ecar>'..n?; lOttOCS al?
leged to have bssn rocstvod from Misa
Hat. I:. who WBa I <i? nninstrator of B
kit- hen utensil and had tilled an en
tnenl in hla hsrdwsre >? ire in Plush?
ms One particular Isttsr he admitted
having received, but though! Il wa
?:aine-jp by his wife. He didn't have
.1 in t-o:r', and the COUtl I that
. d . i\- - II An int.
ing ti'.in^- that m . | waa
?? note; in Pluahlngi whore, it
;?? alleged, man) of Hal eran'a
Ult'k ?',U> ??
FIRE TREATENS CONVENT
Sisters of Visitation Lose Wood
shed and Hencoop.
t garag? the I
of Ths 1 of
the Sisters of Vieil I
p/ater
r
SWAPPING HORSES
Even if an Owner can be rid
of an inefficient contractor
when the job is half done,
without becoming involved in
a law suit, the consequences
of making a change arc likely
to be more disastrous than
letting the inefficient contrac?
tor complete the job.
No Owner should consider
the expedient of swapping!
horses in midstrea m?h e |
should ?et a good horse to
begin with.
THOMPSON-STARRETT
COMPANY
p."i'(iinr C'?-?n<:rurrion
pressure was weak and the flrenie
trtth chemical BS
tingUtshsra The MatsrS lOSl thsir hen?
coop ami woodshod.
The Urs atartsd ,ri the garags of Mau
nee BOSS, ?*? feather manufacturer. Tliei
building sma completely 'lestroyed, al?n?,'
with an sntomobila The adjoining ?ta
b'es of Mra Bmmn WtH? were also con?
sumed, all IO".?ill the horses w-ere rSBBBS d.
Co?pmuf
OFFICERS
F C.CONVPRSE.
Kreiden*,
ALEXANDER H.STFVENS.
Vice-Pre?,ident
1 HOMAS COCHRAN. JR..
Vice President
HENRY J. COCHRAN.
Vice President
BARRI IV WYCKOFP.
Csshsw
JAMES R. TROWBRIDGB.
Serretarv
HOWARD B?OCOCR.
Treasurer
CLIFFORD WILMURT.
Assistant Cashier
DIRE
VINCENT ASTOR.
GEO. F. BAKER.
. - sas Um KaSaaal B..*
STEPHEN BAKER.
i ? k t h. ? ? ? - MaahaSM <"?.
NICHOLAS BID?LH
Aitor I Mata
GEO. B. CASE.
W'.itt? a- ("g?,* Attwwn
THOMAS COCHRAN. Jr,
- r-. kl
E. C. CONVERSE.
Pr-s :-n.
JOHN I. DOWNEY.
S j- dm?; Coastf .ci-.oo
M. FRIEDSAM.
Pffvci'.r. Il Ait::,?* A; C?.
ROBERT WALTON OOBLBT
FRANCIS T. HIM .
I r-4. Ifnt Y :??' N?' or? ?Jir*
RANALD H. MACDONALD.
ItUi } ;?*?
EDGAR L MARSTON
Ris:r ?V t> Rinkrn
J B. MAETINDALB,
?NsMtat I htm! ?1 N?' ?n! Buk
C T O R S
GATES W. M-GARRAH,
Pr-, : M- f-.r.-.. , .V Mata I '-41 I Bsak
CHAR! ES A. PEABODY.
Fr?,i Ital M rtaal ! a Ioijua.e 17a.
D. E. F') ME ROY.
' - Pi-? :?-.'. U.r.-.fTj Tro? Ca.
WILLIAM 11. PORTER.
I I' M'igan & i o . M....-,.
SEWARD PROSSER.
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ARCHIBALD D. RUSSELL,
ALEXANDER H. STKVFNS.
BBNJAMIN STRONG. Jr..
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CHARLES L. TIFFANY.
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THEODORE N. VAIL.
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ALBERT H. WIGGIN.
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FIFTH AVENUE ?B, 36TH STREET, NEW YORK
PERFECT tone, perfect
workmanship, artistic
finish?if these are the quali?
ties you most desire in a
piano, your choice will be a
STEINlfiSY
The price does not measure the
full value of the Steinway Piano.
It only represents the cost to build
and sell this ideal instrument.
For neither more nor less money
is it possible to surpass or equal
the sweetness, purity and strength
of the Steinway tone.
This tone won enduring, world?
wide fame for the Steinway Piano.
STEINWAY & SONS
Steinway Hall
mg East 14th Street, New York
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furnishing the horn?? with a complete linen outfit, we reapect
lully invite a visit to our ?tablishmcnt.
We are confident of being able to demonstrate that the values
we offer are the best in New York.
Please remember. "WALPOLE LINENS" are sold direct
from our own looms, there being no intermediate profits.
Catalogue pott free.
4>7.> Fifth Avenue, New York
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