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CHRISTMAS VISIT
COST GIRL'S LIFE
One of Five Victims Killed
in Fatal Tenement
Honst' Blaze.
WOMAN AND FAMILY
TRAPPED BY FLAMES
I Irctnen Make Darin?; Rescues
by Ladders lliree Injured
? Many t.scape.
who were
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PRINTS WORKERS' DIGITS
Civil Service Commission :
tern to Prevent D
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SHANLEY'S
Broadway--43rd to 44th St.
O I R ?LATEST !\\0\'A'no\--Sup(!.v Evenings?
we will serve m (?rill Koom?H* 6 P. M ?
SPECIAL SUiNDAY DINNER, $1.50, . I the
iLSII.WI n >r.md,ird.
WHERE
THEY GO
FTER Till
Till A t'h'l
Superior Six-Cjurse
Luncheon, 75c(Musio
Cabaret Extraordinaire
I wenty Acts Every Evening 7 to 1
/V???/ ARE YOU
GIVING A PARTY?
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ALLIMPOR . riONS
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recor?
Luncheon and Kivr o'Clock
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SIXTY NINE W^ST FORTY FOURTH
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PICCADILLY RESTAURANT
Mb<MiuirU--ll<.llmdn Hotel
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CHRISTMAS DAY
85c SPECIAl DINNER 85c
??er*.?*.? Ni't'ii IiH Miiinif*hht
NEW YEAR'S EYE
Regular Dinner 85c
vi l'l'l K, 10 Till ( :
Mu?;. i?? n. ?kk Soei
ST.DEMS H?ll I
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?AN i ENTS.
A.a ??' *V. I ' raa ' ?.s*
BELLECLAIRE
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Hill I \ M.I" s
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Hotel and Restaurant
Information
Wh.n in Doubt
Phon?- HrtUman 3000.
r'r 'imp? A' I 'ir ??*
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HOTEL NETHHRLA*iD
Fifth Avenue and 59th Street
NEW YORK CITY
J|aW\. This maRiiiti
'?:it hotrl is a
?\4 haven ol com
)a Im t to tilt" totu
ist a** well as a
????tirer ??f pridr
to thr peoplr
N-w S <?rk.
M
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Bath. .$2.00
h. 3.00
with Hit h . . .$5.00 and 6.00
| ? 7.00
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11 Ron ?*?*. ii i\
HOTEL GREGORIAN
XMAS DINNER u 1.50
S|i?'. lai Su nil ?v Minncr
Wine laclatM ?sl..'.0.
NEW YEAR'S EVE
$3. DINNER & SUPPER. $3
DANCING SOUVENIRS
? lee. I el. 55.10 <.rr?*lc4.
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Hotel Algonquin,
Weit 44th 51 . Nrw York.
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SHERIFFS POSSI AND GKRM \N TOI .in- DOC' ???'?.AH? Hl-.l) IN ANOTHLK._
WESTCHESTER RESIDENTS
ARMING FOR FOOTPADS
pe o? Secord Slayers Now Charg?sd to Poor Police
Work?Dog Pulled Ofl Righl Trail and
Valuable I ?me I .ost by P ? -
of the frig
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ELEVATOR DROPS
SEVEN STORIES
Hits Basement anil Bounces I p
T\\(i ?Floors Women Pass, n
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Seat York County
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? . palled off.
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t wa pulle I hack aad
n the roadwil
? .ip until at
rrivi
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and the S
ind the time
:, the
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en, one hat
of 'he
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on to
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terdi. g e theorj
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break
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Baff job cot th?
CITY PAYS $5.000"
AND ENDS FIGHT
Ambrose Agrees to Quit ni
Being Reinstated as
ferry Thief.
I i.iier a stipula: , f Cal
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to the Appellate l>
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jury gat
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equital ettlemenl
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CARRANZA WINS
SALAZAR AS ALLY
Generals Join Hands (o
Drive Villa's Forces Out
of Northern A.exico.
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h'l I';.-... 1 es . De? 2?. General
ii doned the
cau?r nf General I hsa
an alliance r.ith (le?era! I -
. hy which hoth ho]
?' Xcrthcrn M m the
?cment with <'ar* i
men with .?.Inch to curry on I
puiirn h|,'a;r.?- .1 .
city r.ir.'.- held by Villa Gomes,
-as hi'en Sala/ar'.-? represent
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from the Albuquertroe, N. M |a
resume went to
N'aeo, to-day to i
<:?! Hill, Carrai
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'inference
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w 1 !
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by t h??
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HIPPODROME
LASf 4 W?EKS ' VvAPS WO .ID
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SHJBERT - ?' -*? '- .
TO-NIGHT'S THE NIGHT
PLAVNOUSI
- LOPOXOl/A
44th ST. ' ?
THE ULAC DOMINO
MANHATTAN ' ?,.
L I F t
L1TTLK ' ^v
I A PAIR OF SILK STOCKING* J
CflRl i Undercover
EXTRA M ATINI ' ? : > I -Ma?.
BOOTH KXii.Kli Mi;
TO REPORT LIFE IN
WILDEST BOLIVIA
Museum Party Off To-day
to Explore Depths of
Unknown Jungle.
MAY FIND SFaCOND
"RIVER OF DOUBT"
Birds Mammals and Spectacled
Bear Are Objective of Rx
pedition's Hunters.
An explorinj*: ander 'he
of the Americe.n Mu
tuial Hisl lew York
..-> will
? -he jungles
.?.?. n young
" nan n-.ii aKhaealaa-lat, I I
rganised the venture,
amer
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Fruit
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that fall he
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in? 'h.'ir work, i' .J their in
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mouth.
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which *m> shall p er, will
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. little
*b we intend to
He ? I im, has
in ar lenizen,
with ? ?s about its ? . which
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i cub,
? Broi \ Zoo, while
? .m, is
redited
a
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a graduate of Yale, s
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of he
pedition.
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CARNEGIE CABLES
PEOPLE OF GHENT
Also Sends Message to
Fui*land in Memory of
Peace Treaty.
Eng?
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"It. ' ? d ???ork," the lutte
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and
be th<
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W1 .?TKRGA U'DKN ~~
DANCiiSC mm*!?
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CAS I NO T?NGHT ?*'.
LADV LUXURY ,1NA
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IF" ire. ?
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Val .*..
tAM TWO w\ , IH( M08I
IONAI I'. A* IN Us MlM.jny.,
Marnetliiatts
FAVLR?H tvM
vil. DOaZIAI H AW H
4<MhST.
THE LAW LAND ,
LVaiC. v , a ,
I HE ONLY GIRL
1 .'?,,.. \,rtWrf
STANDARO
MAY IRW!W
i.'i aioaicNi ..mi.
une has befallen the continent of !
rope.
"Rut while the battle cloud han
low, while our jraze is rivet?'.1 up
??-'?r.C-? of death and ?u'Torir.i*. are ml
rot forget that North Am
sents a spectacle which is a', ?nee
contrast and a promise. We invite t
firatitude of the Canadian nation f
th?. mere fol d ipensation of protiden
erhich has lu-towed peace upon o
own land.
"For one hundred year-? the -?wo
ha-? been sheathed upon th?' horder b
tween Canada and the I'nited Statt
Two p.-...; rget ,-. aetWe, anxioi
to make the moot of their
have dwell side by ;?;de and ha'
: [fe. ?Vca-ions i
difference have ar-en. eonfliets of i;
turb-sd their harmon?
hi.* alwoya the roles of calm room
i,a- been heard and the disputes ha?
been accommodated. . . .
we British peoples ha?
p*-raspe-d the sword, resolved a*? ere a
not to sheathe it except with horn
and with a new MCOrity, we are coi
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empire a?id the Greet li?'puh!ic affor
noble example to the rest of the world
CHURCHWORKER
GETS JURY TRIAI
Bishops Greer and Burcl
Amonc Believers in E.
M. Camp's Innocence.
Eugene M. ?amp, the church works
who
?h?> workhoase by Magistrate Kr.>tel o
preferred by twe de
teetir? e Interboroafh l;.ip.
. -.. ? ? ft inted
-?? rday i>y Jim
? - Mr. ?ami
ib ? ? ?
< hureh organisation, am
aras supported in hi.? appeal for i
trial by prominent churchman an?
He was i
evening from th? workhous? |
bail.
Among ?hose who have
are Bishop I
Bi l;..p Charlea S Hureh. the R?
?har!" v. Hamilton, formerly of St
Marga : ?h, The Hronx; th?
Rev. Roland ? Ormebee, the ;
rider M, Hadd? i s mem
: jury panel: ?Louis O
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' impany; Jo
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. , la?a v?-r at 59 9
Mr. Ormi at h<
had knon i I
to hi.? becoming rector of the church,
October 16, 19?S. His affidavit reads
? art:
"Mi rorker in
? etion a ith the affairs of
parish; the deponent has frequently
? ?! him at his house in the
borhi ring depon
ship has had an opj ortui ity to
i amp, end
a m m oi
morals, .??..
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any act or word that would reflect in
gree on ?amp's char..
Mr. Hadden has i?. t? ?! with
? 1900, has had oppo I
to Oil ?
an of high character and
morals. He fui tl
Mr . i amp and their son and had
heard or observed anything th
degrae on the moral
cter of ? amp.
laid: "I am personally
above named de?
fendant, Eugene M. < amp, and
known him intimately foi- a period o*
over ? | ,
:? r me and with me in
irch and Philanthrop
I ha a IttttrWa h;m as an upright
citizt'!-. kvud it ig irkei,
. whom I have ? ei ? ? erd a
Lieith of scandal or a charge of wrong
. of any kind whatsoever.
ALIMONY DEBTO?jJ
CELEBRATE IN M
Courts Deny Bronx Maai
Plea to Spend Christ,
mas in Open.
The hopP4 af Arhur ;ohn .
president of the Biont ArtiieJi?
Works, that he m:?*ht s*?t o? ,?J
Bronx County Ja:? to.<i?y to ',' 1
ni? a free man uere ?hatter? ' r^Erf
after a hearing before two ja?_?|'
' ? t eoaatiee ?a ,"",.? !
hahea* corpus for his releai? ?.' S
is in jail becauie he r?fu,H .?'*
alimony to hi*, ?rife, Mn. Lu, -, /*
who is laing him for a ?epti-?a1j*
kgerieh, the necond Jratw ?*
forp wh ?PPeared jtv+J*
I thai If the defer
ficient money to eeleerat
he also ought to aaee enc..
wife and enable her to ce'i-bn?,, ',
i by bej-iag clothing* for h,.u
and children. The court ordered *??
tar bach te p
""pai-Ation ?u br??.
'?' hefor? th? ??
r .on of B ?
to ->.(\. .. d
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r wi? ,,..,
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Arthur 1 -, . .
babe is ?
vesterds
latter r
jurisdid
writ WS - and i*:* in tt- i
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liai ry Lesser appeared I
ter to oppose her r
?;jsb?nd It m ,
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-ill? to C'l' ?
?T UJUti ?
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? sctiee of St?'
in tra* II neu to
^ L ?aal
?si ' m
Home to-day, entertaining
Santa Claus. B
Rack at the stores to-mor?
row?entertaining OUI
ness friends.
Everything men and
wear.
RoGFia Peet Comtwn
Three Broadway Store?
at at at
Warren St. 13th St.
TMisi st.W YORK '.LADING THEATRES HAVF NO DEALINGS WITH THE
EftiPIRE NEW AMSTERDAM
DA IREAT BM. HUMAN PLAV. WATCH YOUR STEP
R IV h INI *-?? w Mr "d Mrv v,rr,n c?-? '
*** ? ?-Uli N?w roete iiitriiri
IXTRA MATINEE NEW YEARS DAY. DAV,
I VaT?. . V- '? ?' I
ta I ?L T. ?J ?*I ?-- ,:,,.'. a,....TW THCAT?
ELSIE FERCUSO.N G?,cTY
outcast RUTH CHATThRTON
KM! ,Kf R80CKER I . - -?" IS A * I ? "? I ? ,
h \ i h i\ i ipii I io
XIHA HOLIDAY MATINEE TODAY 2:15. tt.'Xlllft I. ? ' ' *-1 " '???'J>
HAZEL DAWN ':" libirty ?iUkH.
The Debutante QJIS SKINNER
FULTON ? ... ,H,:,UM?
1 If 111 VuUu us
'?'." COHAN'S': ' ',-. ELTINGE'
PAYS TO ADVERTISE" h!l?*i?1li:?4fcfi?i,
tV A CAUGMINi; RIOT. m_*?_EJ?SB??l ?I ? I.?MM. i III '
HUDSON NEW YLAR'S EVE. B? LAMO
S TH1 LIMELIGHT' ^ZTm
DOl.GI.AS FAIRBANKS imM-M Kl....
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metropolitan ?;:y
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EIGHT SUNDAY AFT. CONCERTS
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