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NO DEPRESSION ON
NEW YEAR'S EVE
It's To Be One of Biggest
Nights City Has Seen,
Motel Men Say.
MOM V AND WINE
BOTH IN PLENTY
"fun Without FightinK.'" Motto
01 I east and Frolic That Will
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h-ir?? wa '
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r.ard onto t.',? New Year no
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SHANLEY'S
Broadway"43rd to 44th St.
Special Announcement
W <? are accepting IaUr Reservations tor the
New Year's Eve
Gala Celebration
Also a la ( ?irte Servier in Grill.
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ARE YOU
GIVING A PARTY?
l.un< hfon ..mi I iv
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sixty nin: wesT FORTY FOURTH
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si. hi Mv non i
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If It's Advrrtiiu-iJ in
Ihr ?Tribune
It's (juarantrrd.
See Editorial l'??->, I irat (.nlumn.
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IK (Voll Hopp? r, Ihr Hi.I,.f
lu, lliahop ??I K.in-a.
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,?l?-|.. n, ? 'I t'.?'l?r- ?li".c New ?.,r|a
Mktretra la
Hotel Algonquin,
50I?5 W.-.t I4tl. M.. New York.
I i.r llanaqnln t? n.?t .... apartment
i - lai traaaleal imiri
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HOTEL NETHERLAND
I ?fth A\ ?nue end B9th Mir.t
m w lom.' ?H ?
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pins Hi?i"?i ?""* ... n Ml rheatre?
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BELLECLAIRE
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MOI I I I WI.IKIN.
Mil \.r A .Mil ht.
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Bight a mer.*:.
The -
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Old Father Mm?* 'I here.
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SHOT FOR BURGLAR
WHEN LOST; DYING
Rybell Says Woman Used Pistol
liter Negro Missed Mini
with Shotgun.
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fier <>f
W, B. N'icl re upon h.m
ger ??ii? rullr-d
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for H rnhbr
GOT $100,000 FOR
STAYING AT HOME
Hopkins's Odd Contract
with Wife's Grandsire
Shown in Appraisal.
BOUNTIES FOLLOWED
RIVER ROMAN* I
Bride Was Mis?. Vera Slegrist, to
W horn Dr. Lau ronce Leaves
I-an of $1.200.000.
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fair.
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child, a
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WHITE THROWS NEW GAGE
Asks D*-. Woelfkin to D*
on "Is Bein;; Rich a Sin?"'
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NIMRODS HUNT. FIND. THEN
FLEE BEAR ON LONG ISLAND
Discover Mysterious Animal. But Gunners Break
Before Bruin's Charg? ?"Old Scouts" to lake
I rail and Kill Invader.
t ti a a
Wall
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am hon ai
'kitten bares lootcaci
Ar.imal. Playing with Pap?
Uncovers Stolen Silver.
:??.-. Utl
playinn with a heap of tiasue paper
I ?he outfi/irts of the woods near V
a?/, to-day Harry
and as he ? i he si
that the paper c? ?
ogrammed "H. E 1
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heen il
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Mr. Tener
hon."
!? rail ?
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a man wb? shot by a Mi
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I the k'"vi
? . ten atolei
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DOELGER ESTATE
PUT AT $7,856,12'
Brewer's Fortune Goes t<
Widow, to Pass on to
Eight Children.
re pio
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n Mr. l?o?l
lavar?a I
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pa wen real ea
rhieh were ral
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and be 1,934;
I cai
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Mr .
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no value on
in thi ? Pet? r I!
of the
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SCHLEYTOPAY WIFE NO 1
Ootul Baya Remarriage Does
Not Break Alimony Pact.
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$500 DOG GETS BAD DROP
Rosenthal Has Shock When
S50 Customs Duty Is Asked
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HIPPODROME
LAST 3 WEEKS oi WARS , WOR.O
v DRES L?R ?
44th ST. '???
1HE LILAC ?0\1I\()
PRINCESS u-tir"< ;?' rH*'L
LAS1 ' " .....
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*IAN"ATTAS OF HOUSE MtS ami I a,.
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IVRIC ?' I ? ? . .
THE ONLY GIRL
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?.Ami T'iYIPEST
v . I
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?ATiNiE FBIOA
undercover
? OArar. an? ?itl-.,t e?*?nni?'>. ?.?.
,-, , ( .- at ?II K-ltl T????tria. FI,M par.
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p...rc EVA TANGUAr
I ALaUC sttm * t.
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POLONIAL r?u? l"
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ALHAMBRA
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PARK
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^fTPI THEATRE FRAN?AISE
'J^l.J riSTiP? ?Miami L-.CIUM
YORSKA In "DIVOR ONS"
T: M.ASCMtTTt.'
SIX DRUG MEN GO
TO PENITENTIARY
"Wretch of Greatest Possi?
ble Depravity," Court
Calls Schuster.
SOLD HEROIN TO
SCHOOL CHILDREN
Nine Alleged Pedlers Caught as
Cocaine Squad Spreads
Net in Harlem.
?f whom re.
...,??? e year U one
in th<- etoto
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an law
rere aa d to ha\e
and heroin.
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number of
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Hem
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Mclnei
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than
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nne, N. I
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a hallway Kaal
He had
teen d?
In ;i ee ar n? 314 V lohn
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drug*
and 120 . . and
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ward I
at Thi
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for a .iniilnr offence. He
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REJECTED, HE KILLS
CHILD BY ERROR
Jealous Suain Confesses Me in
tciulrd Shol for Voting
\\ Oman He I 0, tl
i . Dec.
Hahn, twenl
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Be ?trice B
Pettit, evi ? ?
had rejected him ?'? I I ig-hes.
Pet! '
?hen a sh"'
room
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Bee
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until " o'cl - ' ' en de
him *
Hahn,
H.
"I did not mean to kill her." I
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ltd hope,I
WINTER GARDEN
l. XNCING ??"?AI Jol.on
AHOI SD
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LADY LUXURY
SHL'BERT J. ? "- " ' ???^-* i
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48th T. K
TO*<IGHTi THE GHT
?Ht LAW LA ?
BOOTH EXPERIENCE
?*? t
Mixine Elliotts
FAVERSHAM
Ml ? I R1IA1 | MAWK
, LITTLE -^
I A PAIR O?- S!LK ST3CKIMQS )
STANDARD
THEMIONIGHf Gi,,L
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1H LITtLF II. IS.
IRVINSPLTN ATRE
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HAMMI ART? II ? I U I ' ' H ?-".?-?
Lltn. C.rr.r? ^ ? ? . - Maniti
"Then j-ou Intended to kill Hughee?"
' the del - **aid.
"No," Ilahn replied; "I really aimed
at a:
Beatrice was the daughter of Mrs.
t? .rn Bailey, of Millv: He, \vhi?*h is
r? fron Buckshotem. She ?ame
to the Pettit home a few days ago to
?pond [art of the holidays and was to
return home to-morrow.
SCHOOLGIRL ENDS LIFE
Could Not Get News from
Father in War Zone.
Peprr*--??'.l hy lark of news of her
father, who had heen forced hy I
??n to flee his home in Galicia,
? I.?'der, fifteen years old, killed
?' with pas jroaterdaj in her home.
at 207 ,-th st., where she was living!
with her sister and t\4,> i.rothers. ,**he
had not heen in this country many
was a pupil at Public School
-? 4th ">t.
tember -hr ret-erved a letter i
from ?1 he and the :
would have to depart
from thi r home the Etnsalans I
I i-oniiiif*.
She heard nothing: further an.! he
lie ved *n?.t her father and brothers
? * ?go,
kill herself, but
U ,| h?. her slater, A note ad
! ??? a -fJrl friend ema found. Just
n ? m ,i i ,!>. phe
?,, do this. I am
going to the other 'and in the sky. I
i ;*.- one here bat my In
? acher and you. I hope
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TKe Perfect Dress [Tie
cJimf tie v?ifi&e ?vfon-on taSs
7k ?'a is ttnch*ond (o tAo front
collar buHon, tne centrol ?Jtc?
only proper place, t? us positivo?
/y centering th? knot4 wnen?
{icJs.~~50<:ents and ?tdioxt
Sold in the best shops
Keys & Loclcwood
ttfshv Vor??
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1 o put on one of our even?
ing suits is a real -ati-far. tion.
Fabrics, tl"k* finest t lie world
produces?the most ex pen
sive tailor can show no finer.
Models from conservative
to the most extreme.
The fit you see before y? u
buy.
No regrets now or later?
prices happily about halt what
a first-rate tailor charges.
Ready to put on to-night:
a number with dinner jarkets
to match.
Smartest of all are our
young men's evening suits.
Cut body-fitting, with soft
rolling lapels; some with
edges silk piped.
The Luxury Sale!
Fancy evening shirts?
$5.00 and $b.0() qualities.
$2.85.
$3.50 and $5.00 qualitu
$1.85.
Roana I'm r Company
Three BroaJway Stores
at at at
Warren St. 13th St. 34th S*.
1? Per MONTH UPON PLEDGE
1 ?* OF PERSONAL PROPERTY
THE PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY OF NEW YORK
MANHATTAN
Fourth Avenue cor. 2 5th Street
? Street cor. Pivinirtori Street
Sevei th Ave. bet. 4St!i and 49th Stl
'on Ave. cor 121th Street
Grand Street cor. Clinton Street
d St. bet. l.exins-ton & 3d Avs.
on St cor. tssex St.
HHitW
Courtlandl Aye cor 148th tree!
BKU?klV s
Graham Avenue cor. Uehev?
Pitki.i Avenu ? Ave.
1 y PI R
?*>--? LOANS REPAID WITHIN
' em rWO WEEI
-, * YORK LEAOING THEATRES HAVE" SO Ot-UINf,?. WITH T .. i
EWPIRF NEW AMSTERDAM
^??.;^?rinLdAsr,ur,,?> WATCH YOUR ST.IP
DX\I V ESS! WEEK Mr. and *?v V-mor, Caall?. frari i
LYCLLIV1 davse v FOLLICI
HatlfMM TH. W'.? ?Terrorre* Irl. Si'. T"- *>?
Ei t?. 1 -r r cDr ncnw f,,u ?*'* v-*' - '?* *?"-?."*ir e?n.
Lolb rbniiUoUii -i*??...?. wi.jr.i-ht >,
OUTCAST . GAIETY
LIBFRTY V ?LTtE CHATTERTON
.? -m To-merr?*. Friday. Saturday. ?L*. _
OTIS SKINNER ,D*D?Y LOM-?"?s
* i m suivi voiff M *'unA^ *s
lilt. MLt.M VUltt .l|T pAYS r() ^DVERT|SE?
ft I a LAU8HING mor
MATS THIS WEEK- TO DAY. F RI.. SAT. HARM'S
HAZEL DAWN V
The Debutante \W
Al'., A l-'l T
BELASCO 11 I I H CTOII
LEO WTRICHSTblN lfcfcM,u ? wn
? PHANTOM RIVAL eltinge ' 1 * ? "
FUI 1?N TWIN BEDS ?S?7?
HUDSON NEW YEARS EVE.
iHt SHOW oHUP GhAMJQP.H. .
IMF.S 1 uRBI U. ? papa s DARUM?
DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS GLOBE
?. SEATS NOW 8ELLINI, U \| () VI (( \ \l I ?, V l s I J . "?
SPECIAL MATINEE NEW YEAR S ?>AY. ?"U ' ? UtMILrt I ?A ">ll/*JLfHIN
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THF -E NSATION 01 ?...?.
METROPOLITAN 2SK?
To nit}?,r J' - Huoii- -, ?
Set ? '? a .
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Fri. Mat Par.lfal. ??-.
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Mtgk Flati ? Beast*? s ?
Hert?
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pONGACRE
I OPENS TO-NIGHT AT 8:20
(ASTOB
"HELLO BROADWAY9'
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pa sin cd a ? '?*..,.
'ON TRIAL' -
POLUMBIl : Surlesqu?
m ..... |ta?M n m, p -i S* 1.1 Maid?.
PHILHARMONIC
i of ?En to
Hi"! I - I U \\?k?i . IIIMIII lint
Veil ?*,?! *?n .?I ? tu \l III I \N It 41 I
*? ( ?IM I.K I tOlt
YOUNG PEOPLE
?"^??.m. CHEATHAM
i *"?-? -? KIIT1VI m. i r,?ii i,,ss
4 !? Hail Roj
? -. BU MALL. T?... All laa. MS at J
JULIACULP
Il H * 01 NMAAO VI,"
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AlllllAN MAIL Mon.lav Alt I?,. ? at '
GABHIIO WITSCH
*t **? I ??'.?' ? Uaaaii 4a Hau.,m l'iim>. |
^CarnegieHall To-Night, 8:15 *?
Oratorio Soc?c?v o? ?cir crk
U a| I
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MI lliiirnl II W OPI M *? HOI -I
-^D?NCAN
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?ondrrful ??rl pu?l?. ?
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SYMPHONY
w m 111, n i*- ' h *
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GtORGc BARRt.iE, rxtm
ARKADY BOtRSTIM, non*
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KR?ISLER
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(trand
O Vil M
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Interpretive Dancing
?I ihr taxi?. Iii.fl.t i?
LOUIS H. CHAilF
?..a? Hu,.ia? Haft? H?"'* ? **1_
-"-i i, .??<!??
Orfk . ,..?.'?
I ?. r,-< ni !?? li,(
7 WEST 42D STREET.

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