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,nvERTISF*''I vi
Nr;V\' rumishings tor
vour house. new
ter youraelf?shop
s to do in the daytime
plays to see in the
fver.ing. All made the
pgaje delightful if done in
the cld wav to which you
-ire accustomed. And that
bj to get about town by get
-jftaa ftboard a
venue
Bus
. ?? -r-.i . Ir
atte ' '
ADMITS FLEECING
E. LAUTERBACH
Leet Pleads Guilty to At?
tempt to Extort Money
from Lawyer
? ? Bat, of 60*! Waat
i a :ward Lau
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. a. pleaded
- :n General Sei
Btday
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BBtsrbs ' ' ?
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mm
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- ag*\ . o brother of a
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aapla :omplaina
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BRITAIN SUPREME
IN LATIN AMERia
Conquest of Trade After
Uar ls Hnglish Goal.
John Barrett Warns.
FINANCIERS READY FOR
STRIGGLE. WITH l S,
V\ .home Competition,but
Are Determined to Out
do America.
! By Ctfcl* U) Th. Trr
- '
-. of p< rmitting thi United
-?_.:? . to reap alona the r:ch harv***
1 ? - c_r. trada iftoi
. _. arar tho opinion of
-? lin r |
4 -- - - ei
don to-morrow for Pars. Mr. Bar-*
believe*. a'*e- MOflTtncM with
ish business and financial -?_
that * ati . I '
a -? ?lad
?aiati tradi pi
"I do not belio_ linoii
coTimumtv haa the a. c
Lag dow_ *.n that dir?
Mr. . _ - " \ithoug_ dunng
_r Enguah Intoreiti
h_nd;capped, yet I ll
. -...-.. r.r.ar.cers and comm.r
08 aa tne
ed t
r'ort to iridaie Great Brita
? rican trade |
circiea.
"No one with v-b. *_ 1 ha . talked '
London lha ? ????.or.i-r
toward Arr'
there io room for all and that com
- - a
. developir.g ? l
\ avor Trade B_n_.
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centrea cer- aa eryata
beina pecia
aivored by *
- bank
. employed before thl war
to-day a lead
l Ami -> *
at the :
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ervat - metn
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I
elieve 1 _c big
Amer - ?? welcome
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BON. . FOR HARVARD PILOTS
Aero ( luh -end. J.iOO for _r?t 1 er.
I.iren .ed < rinron Men.
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Harvard
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irry Metca
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_ . Joaeph R
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la ? ett Baeon and I
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have
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City College Begins Year
ra
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eav< ol abionec.
- I inaounood
ff/rtfnyrity in/ihvnwre
?f/aslr
Silverware at Gorham's is an exhibi?
tion, not a "department"-a library
of original volumes. rather than a
bookshelf of odd copies-a presenta
tion of the silversmithing art a$ a
whole. and not the arbitrary offering
n\ a limited assortment.
In fact (rorham is the chiet source of
Mjpply for fine .ilvervvarc of all van
fties, affording
An L'nlimited Range ol Choice
at a Standardizcd Hange ofCost.
THE GORHAM CO.
Stbersmitlv, and Goldsmiths
HKTFf AVENUE & Vkm STREET
i; 19 MAIDEN LANE
Fox Trot's Maze Fails to Foil
Vets Who Tapped Keys in '61
Old-Timr Frlegrapher*- Gay at ITieir Reunion?Carn<---r;^
Lnablc to Attend. but Edison Enjoys Himsa*lf?
Will Entertain Delcgates To-day
When z~dT -? -?<-, ard ** Ir
B?riateadent at the I i *
**eaa o' thfl ' - l thfl
tj-rand mar"
dtimt tfl .* thfl
A?'.or. - - ? ? . ?
crowd of devoteea of Ter]
Here marched ne fl aad ""Sashed
?nessages from the te ?*? BSfl
Abraham Lit-co'.r.'a day; Bere BBS who.
it there waa '
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arith all the i peed
pected Baterara ar mce.
A cariotu ere ?
1 ? -arcely BXpecl i I BB 1
-at.on eneaK I
tr*
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lllnr?? k?rp* I .arneg-ie \? ,
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That am. .* leed
BLACKMAIL CHIEF
PLEADS GUILTY
i .inriniie.l from paf? 1
she said, and rsp l? T ? ? m*"i*n
-
t.ava* I p I15.B-N
-Tne mer, toeh Ifl s''^
I held out for three or
- rhieh w- were pr
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i had been re
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man,
.yndicati eorgfl "
to ha
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pad '1 New York. Thi
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.... .nd the d?
- a I "? road he I -
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;*? rs a.slgni - i tei ?
- - -nat other ? e tel -
rkiag i | a flarafl
.ally '.sn*t a bn
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N*in?? Out of *.3 Canfht
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b ara ne
it 1 ea at
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b ar
ta keep 11
rnarried ' ?
or tha
a ,? ? Bre plenty IS
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KISS NEVIN. LEFT .4.700
-.-ler-l_ U* B?___ Ml __*M T-?o
Pi_.nic.nd Km?*.
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U. S. MINERS ASK
RELIEF IN CTEXICO
Protest to Joint Commis?
sion Against Confis
catory Taxes.
AMERICANS FORCED
TO BUY CURRENCY
Carranza Sets High Price
on Paper Sold to
Operators.
t?n Amerieaa n
proportiea ha I i ' '
ra thaal
-
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l
? lion at Sea
_ protUt conc-- ? r *
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t aeoort
thl i?I
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aroport ? *?
.7 i undei - -* f dootr.
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... m at
... - \ - of 'abor,
- nread epidi lic ?f dinaM _?d
lad ra i -'
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? per cent of rr. 0 Bg
?? country.
I ?t 4 par eoat or Ion
of the same year. !ia_ that time all
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l-i Ia l.t Per I tat.
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in parl
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many ea waa aa
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Mininf Intere?i* Demanda.
Kjuiaite t
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an
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Hu a -
i irket value.
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ea t
denia ~
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Dotlbtf-I Of -OCCMB.
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a unable
.ry to a ra * '
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- _...--. forbidde
. i . Me iterna and
-
aid 1
ily for tha
. ?-- ean
; ? rought he
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be."
r. Loeb and proba - ? *
- Imeria
the A
it Atli
next i
The best is none too
good for baby. For
safety's sake buy
the cleanest and
creamiest milk?
SHEFFI
FAR
MILK
S-VftVM Farms city* plants are
always open forinspectioa We
want the publie to come aiid
see how Sheffield milk is pas
teurized arid made safe.
Main Office: 524 West 57th Street, N. Y.
ftfwi
WZN'DEL TAX TO BE FIXED
Heira to l-ifht \pDrai*al on "Kifth
Arerue Hermit *r Pr?>p?*rt>
I , Clara.
a traaafer tax a rill ds the
traasf er tax aa I i t
- ? i v.
?-. v aj a
:'ew o. rhal -?'--*
.- . appraiaa bcbbm
illeg ? ia tarra I by M"
\ .- -r ? .? C'*?
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ippra
the ta.re flf ?
- Bgraed I > '
i appraisal ma ? leratood
t_Btwhei * - - ?' * \
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-
?AX.
SINGLE CONTROL
OF BANKS URGED
Financiers at Convention
Call Controller's Office
Superfluous.
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ill graanba - *
rrad 'fl sl ba
I tha
told eoln and
F-dera. r***rtt - ? ?
hara ta-aig * '? i
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annual c a
rtd addrcflaea
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ind ?--???
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eral R?
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BBkera
daty
I
ring .War
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eaching to the rool
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Sentimental Reasons
INDIVIDUAL executors?tnends or reiatives
- are frequently appointed t'or sentimental
reasons. Yet bv appointing the Astor Trust
Company your executor and thus safeguardinfr
your beneficiaries against the li_T.itat.ons and
dang-rsof an individual executorship. you really
are r.ot disregarding sentimental reasons,
you are observing them.
Let our cfftcem fxptain to you how
mcontestable tbe above statement i?.
Bsior (ErnsX (CoinpamJ
Trugtee for Pergonal Tru?U
FIFTH AVENUE AND 36th STRKK.T
I.' tnd
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ne.ting to -night ? ?
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ankor
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of ba
report ? I
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p hi ind, ?
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John
i Thra
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luet i na ride 1 .
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ra ba .
? ., - ia been made in
- - ini_
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teting tho
ira
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licating a large p
- ai
LOFTS FOR UIIOI SQUAKE
Thirteen *-tor-. -frrj, ture. .1*. for Of?
fice*. to '.o t o on East **ide
a - ? --, n^.-e ar.d Itti t - I
ing la to be built by thl Jqaara
apaay or. thi ttt
? "., in
a aid loar and
- * '' ' -" tho i
? - - a
|a | I B. N'akemar
|
i_wn by ?
-.--;.-,? -4 ? about
M.
a
PritOBer Hangs H:mse!f -.n OI!.
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to the bi
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COURT FREES WOMAN
IN KIDNAPPINC CASE
Mrs Mrand Returnod I 0$1
Rr?4okhn Child to M?*lher.
traad *
Jail,
in a charge
trate Miller in l
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a child had b
-
y she
a devatfl
Woman to Survey Sh
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, raet,
GOODAVAN;
6ib FIFTH AVENUE
tBTWRN 4?*)*fAND 50** StS,
NZ.WYORK
Ml MODELS
of t/zetr ozDrt
and tytenswe
Cp cv -r 1 9
imvortations
GOWNS SUITS
WRAPS COAfS
THE HAMPTON GALLERIES
OF INTERIOR DECORATION
I' is the nice arrangement ot
the furniture in pleasmg ac
cord with its ptcturesque
-urroundings that gives ro
delightful an aspect to fhc
paneled Hall and tape^tried Salon ot both
the old Fnc-li**.. Manor House and the
French Chateau.
|J The Hampton Shops, therefore, displav
in their spacious Gallcries not only interest- Faciliti^
. i ' for
ing gatherings ot Hampton Keproduaion^ intem.r
and Furniture .elected trom the atcliers and ecoratu
workshops of Europc, but also such features
a* Panclling, Mantel-pieccs and Wainscot
tings tor- instance?the original Lighting
arranoements ot wrought metal and cut
crvstal, the Textiles and the decorative
Painting. which are necessary to complete
any thoughtful si hemeol InteriorDecoration.
X?amp0on_5tmus
18 6as. 50*S.ITO>
facinft SE. Pat- ric__ Ca.t_.tal
Remyoxi.

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