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A Penny's Worth of Poety
Lady, **v ? i r n vr?'i noted s deflection In my- .IN a rule .?.ft? ntivr ca/r. You artu-ulat'il mild obj?ection, I sine H ?not unfamiliar phrase. Was ? thinking ?..?lrmn thoughts, if an? : Were my musings integers or naughts. Wondered ?rou; and otTrrrd mr a penny 1 or my thoughts. Done and dor.r! I get a cr ntl?* -?oyance Of a calm al I oly Kind When I barn, in spite of your ? hirvoynncc, Yours is no1 the p ? - ' read my mind. Yet, I've thought, ..util something o? a sinking Feeling thal is hird to -mt in rhyme. You muai gui s>. must know -what I am thinking All the time. Lady, when the OKXMl dips like a pearly Barge afloat upon a r-iher lake; When the morn is manifestly early, I am not Infrequently ?wake. When, a* not infrequently, I'm lying tnher oTeralctr, Whither, whither d" my thoughts go flying? I >. m t you know: Later, when the rosy morn appearing l%)iers in the glory of the day. And the thought of eggs-and-bacon nearing t rees me to abdicate the hay; Whi1-?:? that I'm appareling and laving Oh, but I am thoughtful while I dress! What would be my major thought while shaving.' Can't you guess: Through th?? ?arion?? daily occupation?? Into which I ?find myself immerse?!. Which, of all my several cerebrations. Always is the uppermost and first : \i..i *rl n ?1 :v 1 . .. weary course is ending, And I finish what I ti rm my tr.sk. Whither whit!,er ?lo my thoughts go wending: ( an you ask: I ad'. , I -"m it far from proper, B ?. it is with I reudian meaning fraueht, - a paltry eoppf r. What is my predominating thought. Lady, can you bear it without shrinking: I>i? 1 you want my "ti. Ights" the other night ? I was thinking- I am always thinking What to write. Vie hove turned the thing over a dozen time?, and our attitude is lixed and immutable. As far as the weather is concerned, we are a eonaefentious objector. Wanted, a term: If a man is a conscientious objector to a con? scientious objector, what is he'.' Probably She Won't Read It Through What difference does it make what they read'.' There's Lorena. for ir..-*an?e She who can make UM BBOst idiotically happy simply by fumbling my coat hutton she doesn't read The Tower. 1 IM ?word "contrih" to her moana nothing. And when acres- the table at Rector's ? I handed her '"The Cabaret," iry Cosmo Hamilton, W ? I I I m The Tower that morning, With a wave of the hand, as if to say "Look around you; then read-if this doesn't mako you a Tower fan, nothing a. .. She glanced through it. ?and then hack at me reproachfully. _- deemed it a V n my part For her na..- ? r.t of the dancing, the nois?*, and the rest of it. And yet. hy a mer-- <v;. , c_n make me most idiotically happy. .' ' . Jer what .-he'll say when I show her this. . . . SAM HILL, Things on the Raleigh NeWi and Ohgerver are in a had way Whan UM H I . py ??esk. Josephus ne\er would ha\e rassed "room and board for he and his wife." If the Bronx Home News had not referred to him as Reinwahl ipied by this paragraph might have been Wtting even more monier I . Krai - ent to Atlanta for one year and eiehteen month?. - -TI rm.s, 'i-i years. An-i ?iting the Hellenic equivalent f< r "How FORE1 If - ?. ' world were dead, ere i I the false were true, it leal w new living sway ? . d fresh pea? e in ? F. T. K. ? l ) to End It All or (2) to rea<1 ?stnndlatri*. Wo choao t?as ?ng courte. ?' y ? B*t r before noon to-day, it won't IM btCaVM .fc dtpiar*.*. ?-. *. ?'.'Ir.'t a k ?jfoaj ta TO DULCINEA MOI Dulcy* What H mtmory for face* you have ?aTot, ? ...*.h you in that ?-acred .vpot! ?J infj at l'olJy'.?, Hf you t ay, n?e?!ed, and inlquitOUSly ,rnv. Bew i >?? ? y, when the only thing I did W*?i it M.g.jit Th?? Tower watch, thai careloai crtswd ann?]? And ' . .. me, althoin*h I looked and sighed, "-?.'.. .?'?.. it mod lily, und tri?!?. . . i ii !.? ! B lily, sroolly pup Dril V. wuU r from a !,!'.*.<?? h dame who poured it frrim a rup. I *. I shall try tfala. St k1 SBS know if youl! he hack; I'll wait for you as ?ja*..? i . y as on? who drive? i hack. A"i fattdgl I'"? r.t,* o pretty, Dulcy, I am one. v.ho tri?? To laBSjtgajt I'll thn.l y.j, gfri, for you've got wonder eyes! Aacinr.. "?-?- I - ? food? ', ... ?,. at Syracuse July t>\ h-it In the BttanUmt that "-mm or. #..<? ,,.,. ?n these en vi roe* ir. "How nbo-it *aaa%tt ;,;.-. 0f thtSttt Wfcf Bei ?ha- (tom li A ?,. -for June mm* .'? ?. l/.arnrrin"? ' ''' .-. M in liter, will remain unc? lit? ally .?.utral. Tbora'a no placa like StCrCatfcr.m. F. P. A. Canada Decides On Sweeping Tax For All Incomes Accumulated Wealth To Be Made to Contribute at Once to War's Cost No Registration Day Conscription Bill Will Make All Males of Military Age Eligible Upon Passage ? - 14.-1 he . i - II the has!, of ' ta\ on income?? abott ?i eartaio amount, and nuit* ; The Ti-, rn.tr, a' . - V" |fr|d I er's request, to .r | considera-. tion (.f tht of the con . . in Monday until Tues li ii. P. '.rnham, Lib j era!, will move, "in tht ''pirron of tim : that steps should . provide hould COB ? the C' st all i.gt. cultoral, Industrial, transportation Sud natur' i . should be organized forthwith eo as to injure the get bit Bl -.?-tance to the empire in the. war and reduce the cost of living to tht Canndian TH1' ' "The Journal," t'onservnt've, eayato nipht: "Tu? campaign of terrorism from Quebec has had its effect, and no*- more than ive French-Canadian member-, trill ?roto with thi I ? ?ne of , Albert Chs i of* Battlcford, .. tht li ?? Roi doux, of 1 . e of ? . i , who ? ('have weakened anrl ?mil vote ajrainst i the bill." .. . ? man ?.? In the will be ?J' . . i prove the bill thal I I ;. .. 181 Wall ol Aire . ? t eel from ! ! to form ' . 1 mai? ? in . ? mnr ? . . . ; 2,561 ? Th?> nunbtr betw?ttfl twenty and for- y fl.? s Quebec PTOTIBCS was placed at 842,149, and In Ontario at : r 11 ?*. Il A;*'r all exerapl ons art taken -it in connection with the work ii g out of ! r ? available in nil c!u- ? It i- satin ? I that ?he lOO.ono men i called for b| tht Borden bill trill be i in callina up the first three ? ? . a? Representatives' Rov/ Nearly a Fist Fight Sanford, of N. Y . Quita Com? mittee After ?Clash with Johnson N V. ': 'ii tin comm . I of ID . " from th i The I I chargti It ia ? ..\ i ilonrc d I Democi ? ? i . . . ? . . , i ! ? ;. mud .. 'mil ?li CU . . fui'hir .?'?..;. i ? . ?- ' "a rise1 it i the N?w York ,nember, it is r-i.id, then . ? . ?! , . . . . ."in for ? nrp" .nal i ' ' uvi'S adilid ii. make th? ? . ' ' ' ' . Ill IJ '. Dog Fancier Killed by Auto Chauffeur Held for Death of Walter Johnson TVslter Johnson, propritt - ol the n ov. n ? I i Seh o I , chara ? . ? hilt Elms ?: ''HU; villaajt - . i mood that S-hotta was PI ins under heavy .?niir 'I .r"h- - - .. fraai Ungland some . ,,.e charge of 1'rn' ' I I rsl When rials, II rs , -.?ti a . . i . Harvard Union May Be Closed , . ? ? Har? nard Oi . * p und running behind In J ? -a finances tt ?n ex;. ' I t ii ? Bneidartd ? Me tt, elo S it ' -?' faar, the adminis? trativ? Lourd rajporttd to-div. Society Mr?. Thomas Shevlin Married to Marshall 11. Russel by Monsignor lavelle bit? y beti Sherlev F . of Thoms . . . -..mous .;?'.. football captain and eoach, wa married at noon yes'erday i-. apartm.nt at the B U-Carltoa to M?tnhsll II. EassslI, of Winchester, Va. Only members of the t-.vo fam v. ere present, at fr.<- . :? - which was performed by Mgr. I Patrick'! at ? e wa ' man. and . - ? go 1 ' : r the sum? 1 "fore her Ant mar ibeth Sneri' Kentucl : '?.'. Mr Shev? lin died in I.e.. ?J, He left an estate ef over .'?'i Russ. 11 i? an Investment broker and brother of ] 0. k'is?e?l, . Both Lai t Bari * i All Am i by 1 Dr 8. De I ai ?. -, Toan end . ef M ra. 'i r ia ii. 1 ho 1 ? ' ... satin, trimmed * th s lace, and a tulie vail arrange?! erith a ?i'.irlc?.-. lees rap. Miss Mar? garet I.. Harbour was her lister*! maid of honor and only attendr.n*. Lindsay Howe Welling oral bee! man, hen aere Hare'?! Mender son, Francis Hei IcrsOB, Karl I .'. ?le Kay. 1 > < > -1.-? '. I Lamb, I . . : . . .' art Borren. Mrs. Sarah Thomson Watrisi ?rill be m-irri? d to ? Del i Wei nore, of thil city, on Vedi ? home of ii a r broil . '?' . ' ; ', in Philadelpl I i I ? r. William The thalu. ladelphia. Mr. ?it? r the i ? daua;] I ne?, o' Vork, and widow of ? l Point, Hobo'-en M ' w ' . -. tner of Whitney Wami .n the . ra . v. irrei .*. Wi I ira light at the ka Cor i i h t i ? ter Bay, Mi ' - I noon ? -. tennent of theil i ? or**? P, '..'.'? of Mr ni ?1 ." . . I'. Mi '?? taloma, CaL M i. l'a ber of th? ,: tae Presbyterian Mi Mr. McN'ear is a gradu?t,- of Cornell ISj and is a member of Delta Phi and is enrolled for the fen gineer Corpa to bo i The guaats at the d nner included Mr. and Mr?. f.eori"? P. Mrs. i ?igate noyt, jr., .Mr. nn.i : Mr?, Crawford l!'ir*on, Mr n lioiibl? day, Mi M r. and M ra, Geor a volt, Urs. Walter durr?,. Mr. ?mi.Mrs. Remington, Mr. and Mi da ? ? lick?, Mr. end Mn. Willis D. :. Mr. and Mr? W. .T Ma Air. and Mr? Bl ? . MeNear, " Mel? '. - Da? May Kittredge, Miss .>. c.-nri" P??JfeXear, jr.. G loeapl l letch er, Leo ard ? ' P te Charles I . Tai; '.'?. I th, Bicha rd Mark and Henry Ath Mist Hope ii Colgate, danghl Mf. and Mn ' . . ' to William Travers . her par B . V t. Anti-Hyphens Form The American League For National Unity Washington, .lune ii A conference held here 1 , .... Imeriea or I the Amei 1 P. 81 . of Sehen? etady, N. Y., ni . . ???th m te nig .'- sei landed n i ? ? , ? terna) ??I ;.?.' n. In op. rfng the conferenco I ?r. * ..','. we an i . . safety of th? na) ? , . n the no1 n'a 1 Urv, n til ? . ? been instill had M of oui present a not I in the -.. .ir. "In tii'e of war let na pi lat solve I ng from the slogs <|.-\ -1 the 1 ' has ruined 1 -,-ope .-.nd \ hich has ! .'* ne th< of bringing sboul nu Amercan nation." Lord Northcliffe Goes to Washington lane 14 Lord 2 snt I I of I v Hi re- . i imi . . ins room ?i ? > .? ning .?? t is h.' will ?all ?ti -e an?l ? . He was aecompaaled ti? ?ec ! retary. _ Miss Edith Kelly Wed To John T. Fetherston .>)r and Mn .'eel < irtia Kelly ?u . ,-?.,) ihr marriage ef their daiigh ?? fjjth, to Jol ratal ' Commission? r of Stn I ' . ling of ia por* famed ia ti Rome Cat! oli ! Bt lisltunore ?hortly efter -..,.,. .? las I ther Louis ?,'\i. atina Oi Ij immediete relatives of 'he bride and bridegroom ?.ere DIIII?"? Suicide Identified As Officer of U. S. Warship Abroad Mystery Surrounds How and Why Lieut. Hannon Returned to New York Was Seen on Destroyer Brother Officers Here Believed He Was with U. S. Flotilla, Chasing U-Boat?. w ith a ? ? it his I ! : JJannon, of the U Huey ?ti . . ?<*as I his Ufe in a secluded corner of RaVtrdalt hu brother officers here ard Mi Amer ......... senrlet. me are the facts broufjfct on*, ?/oo? tha police inveutication Into ?That Bl . navy men who bsolu! ? -. Hot li" Got Bach ? ? ? ? bodf, in C1? ' i in a field in tht Borthtrntnoat ! turne?!, why ht r. ht ? ! a-vr.y Uke a Wounded artr?- ' . ? I..', are questions to which the an ? Hanni.n took bi sfttf obliterat? ing tv?rrjrthlnf that, might lend I 1 laly the initial.? on tht ii ? BUI 'i rovolvtr ? re no paper.? in Is. Rt had I? als fruin hi"' t .lames R. Webb, I ' I . ; r 1 With .ny in maa ? aast fi ?ia Buf . -. Dttaila Kefuscd bj Webb f 1 . to ? . ' ' . "i Lil u* i He r ' ? At 1 . of Hannon*! family knew la of the Atlan ; j | , . ,. ... , ... , |. nn.l to irvivt him. Mrs. Cocchi Forces Cruger Case Diggers To Use Coal Chute Investigators Get in Celia! De spit?? Her Efforts lo Keep Them Out A setna SBflleiently iratoaojaa to rival the mo?t sen>at;onal movie was steftd ? ? m front of the Mrs, A!fr<*?lo Coeebl, i ? *. whan two laborers . ? . eoal ?r from ?lie stree! to un ? . .' ... ".r-old Bf tine? U'-lnni.?;/ ? : ra tht B if Grace Hum-'^n, r for the * men to th?- shop when- Mrs. ? ,t, ada? mant ia htt I Bl entry hy way of tht otilar door. Bet its of . ii and women gat] rtd I the pi ice Mi Han ' n then |*att ha labortn I ii Of tht ir pu'h ?.' lan.; ' | ned their way through an entrance Bim rrow foi a . runs in a . ourst from I l< r? I to tin- . it a as imp" . i bia :'"r tri . ' t?i pre V hat went on . ' is a small room, ?'? by fi feet. 1er 1 ally th?' glint ?if th" flaah lamps told the . ths the laborers wi ?" not wasting tun?'. With ndling ? i . ? i i . ? - "Thi jr're Pi ? ?gging all afttrnoofl . ? to J. J. Kr?n, ly, and De! I ??ce s ' . tht Fourth Bi , Su?!.!, nly a toi li . ? . ' i ga? . ' up, rind BB . drawn out, dripping wet, through , the coal chut". ltd to-mor? row," : .' i ' Hun ? .i . night, I w11 go tia t? hi SO ?hat Ihe ! ? . Many Children Victims When Munitions Plant Explodes in England Struck hy Missiles on Way Home from School; Much Property Damaged Loxton, .'une M ".' ra 'bzn. *J?fty <md mini) .' e | . . ish I .... ' .. r. imbtr of the . M si it ? ? - fruirmentr? . ; , . . . . r wera ? hur'cd ia Bttiw dtrtd rom the tuniiiig works communicated to a near'v ??ottos, wl ic!. aroa I.urnr.!. while across tr.o 1 IB I'urkinirld, another cotton Tht cn tri-.- . in -ahn'h the explosion occur .mi mills, and |OW Itmsiaa 1 unbroken - ? "Series of 1918" at Casino kathai Ha i nott a inn??- term . . bt will prod ? th? r"'t .?. nodi? rht Irat, **hirh f 1918, ' will be pre?*.i in .'?? f?il wi'h'j/ialf ? dozen , , . . ni j. i an __ tMa ? a' 1 a ta . -- Brokers Organize To Aid 5100,000,000 Fund for Red Cross Wall Street Drive Includes Every Exchange House in United States Dividends to Help Morgan-Guggenheim Concern Disburses $565,000 for Patriotic Service I - I a cor. Bri Red Cross I le numerous larize corpoi.. were announcing extra di\i,l." .. Mockholders on behalf of the Hei -. Kxchango arranged to , take an active part in the car , HI<\ BB*effort ? in the tates 1 to the tun,!. Joh-. lent of the association of sent , t night soliciting the coopera! in al! . I teni ?ailed to the ?.r.lay by til . committee of the New York Bl Be it re.? -nins Com. -"'" ? of the 1 exchange, Tti.'it rho patriot ? ? ::enil>.>rs and Ama ; r to dona! j Red I -an individually .. . . ' I to SI. both laatasiva, be and I and in? Be it flirt That a copy of na be i dent l . .... L'nited ti tea, to each I tha American Red ? . ? Two Campaign Commltteea The . . : presiden! \ ? Red ?ros part, cr all of I 01 ? nary course . ' -: Kx chanice houses have already agn ? ,', ?' P, .' i. P. B. I I Co., I v.' . Iga & Co., !.. ? ,. *v. W. Lan ira; K. F. I , Harris, 1 * ? . ' . ' ry, Cloth? r, K , K ? itl vV i ,,.. Whil 1 e A Co., . Ham i at Co., Knaath, . Babeoek I ton ? I . rartwoot & Appenzell ir. 1 Kennecotl Cpppi r Corporation, . Mort t'y. de? ? clare?! a dividend of 20 cents a share lay, | ment to stockholilers of $565,000, und forms arill b? ant te olden to bo ' ' sing the j limeriean i. : ' loss Pond. Other Special Dividends The (lu ' ?orporation ? s ridend Of I per ?. * '- . common al amounts to . 'i he Allas P - 1er I I clan '. > Red ? eat o? A iped .1 R? d Cr I of i per sent, amounting to $71,000, hu i.e. n dee! ind ton of ? .-, payable Jane 26. William R. Thompson, mine and operator sa 1 a din ral Reser . . ?., ' f ti of >!>>? War ? rday. Mr. ? Thora) thirty Red I iii col fork'i ? tributions to the , fun?l. ? Charles Choate, 3d. Marries Miss Bishop W-edding ? eremony Simple Be . of Recent Death of Brid?*?*"~TOOin'f L n? le " i Natalie ,; ... Cunnii p, of Tom i?.? snd New Tori I I -. >? ma . to Chsi Choate, 3d, of Boston, ne] Choate, at St. Mark1 . ?pal Church, Mount Ki-co, N. V. of the recent ?leath ef ' . . . ' A I ? the hi ' liiahop was i irrted : , I ef ti hoate, . i. James I ow II Hoi ! man Power, h ii. Bradley and Willard j Si m pi-: Mr. Choat - of the 1st ? ry and is ? ? ...... Bay State Not to Interfere With Cut ?n Train Service or the I was stated in n- ofl ?. ? morandum made publi? ' "In reaehiag " the "we have been .... p.-,... ; i.... -'.,0 fact that the earn? . .? ?rjiir ni red to exercise a reasonable on ia . ? . . |.. 11 ' . . I be elimina! I." "Chu Chin Chow" Coming 7Ur rodoctlon at 'he Man? hattan Open ;T ? ? erlll be "? ha llong the line? of "K. imel i passed ita foal forme Loa? SCO is 0 *sr A?che. and Frederic Norton hus far ni?hed the music. El ? *. I omatoek and (?est will make th? production, whlcl In ? tatt at ?rveral I I .i ?j .| j m.. ^, m | . : ,, *.g. aagB? To Arrest Banker Kennedy ' Lansing Will Be Asked to Have Him Returned from Spain "' i gras ! | .*v jrtateriay completed BTtstigaMon of the charge that: Winiam A KtBBtaty, president of Ken ! Mitel II ? Co., Ir.c, of 3."? WaB '. failed to turn over |5,0<M worth , bank la Budapest,? 1 -.-a-Hungary, ard ita rOBOTt will b? , '. to-day with Jud.*e Wadhams ir ' lal Sessions. Assistant P'strict < Attorney John T. Dooling adm.tted last I evening that Kennedy is wanted and] .* his arrest will be made as soon ' -s.bJe cn a etiarge of grand lar i The District Attorney w?e informed last night *Jiat Ktnntiy laadtd J.'?**. ?. VigO, Spain, on the alfOBBf X11, which MI 'ed from New Vor?; M corroboration of th - hi* the District Attorntj bl] ask the State DOBBTt? . ') day to re-, oat Kennedy's pass snd cause his arrest and tv.irv ? American Nurses Will Have Special Home in War Zone Red Cross Chapter in London Also Arranges for Supplies Clearing House London, June 14- At a meeting of tv. ly formed London chapter of A mer.can Ke?l Cross to-day it was announced that plans had been com? pleted for the establishment of a . [Barters for American nurses In tht war zone. Tho chairman, Mrs. Whitelaw Reid, said it would bs a home where nurses could go when on leave from their duties m France and where those psss ng through Unifland from the Tinted lid find accommodations. I*, was also i?rnouno?d that the Lon ?. r un s about to establish a ? oast nattai.I after the tot . ration in f'ar s for rtttitiflg nr; . distrib ? i ,* ?'--.I Croti supplies. tar ii.i? received ? mtaaagt from ti ? Washington headquarters ?.r nounc'rijr that the rule contining niem bcrship to Americans has bera modi? ? ? Itr te admit the Am? . ? of English husbands, a Urge number of '.?.horn are o.igar to iola. Vi iricaa Young HOB'S Christian ? ation, which rs co?pera'inir with Rtd ?'ros-?, has just completed the ; of a Urge hfu.-i' on the ' Thrs will bo its headquarters in Kngland. Plans have leen completed for the establishment of aamtront hostels in tarions (irta of th?? country for Am?r i? : -? m d sailors. Chicago Publisher, Missing a Week, Found in Yonkers Max Holtz, Suffering from Drug, Picked Up in Stu? por from Puddle Had Been in 111 Health Left Note When He Went Away, Saying, "Devils Are Driving Me Mad" Mas Roltt, s i*h;.-?(-o -sahl sher who ha.! h .??? ? | from the Hotel Hilt-,? ?ess ?.-.v*.' luae I, wai I lytaej in a p. -.ter at Taekahoe ar.d Broi rettie roads in Yonkers. dur.ng the thaad? '.storm, yesterday at*.moon, by I'atrolman Edwin Steele. Holtz \-as in a stupor. Steele sum? moned an ambulance and had him takea to St. Joseph's IfOSplIeL In a ?enrch of his elethiag for means of identifica? HOB, Dr. t'olucci found a bottle of sleep producing tablet.. The physician B th It Holtz had .ii overdo-e of th." ?irria,- ar.d was lUfl . . M of his dnnched co-r : iti****e? ? ere Administered to prevent pneumoi I ? Th?- pal i-nt was still In a stupor at a late hour last night and efforts to question him as to how he came to be In Yonkers and where he has been since his mysterious disappearance a weeh aij-o will not be made ur.tll this morn? irig. Identification was made by means of the laundry mark on his shirt, by his photograph printed on a cirnilsr sent out by the New York police and by cards found in his pocket gi.tng ! the address of his New York office at tit West Thirty-ninth B****fSt Holtz publishes UM ".\utomobile i'ook" and other pabticatioaa Ho 'has not been in good health for some timo. He has bien Btopplag at the Biltnioro with his wife since May 10. After he had disappeared his wife found a not? saying ho was going away because the "devils are driving ', me mad" and that everything; would be red if she looked in the little "black book" in his desk. The body found on the Oeorgs ?V. Perkm? es1 ita i?* Riverdale on Wedaeo? day an?i tho*aght to be that of Holts w a ideni fled yesterday se ihat of ! Lieutenant Ki?-hard Vincent Hannon of ti,- torpedo boat dSSt*nffSI Wilkes. MJSXmr#____i___mmmmmmmMnmmma -?^aV- Thrilling I THE MAN WHO CAME BACK Playhouse. SEE THClV CHAIR 48TH ST. fktaJal ofB ar% 15 tr,a*j?A-t Va.llfr Malllf?s f, m-r-s? A, llrrirtila a M WASH. SQ. PLAYERS COMEDY,;.?; SU? IS ; Bi? ' lill "Plota i Plc?v.rl|hta." "Ano?haf Way Out" A 'na?) "Parish.1 I'.'> a? * ?I 1 IS LITTLE WIDOWS ii? Mualcal ?.'? LCNuACht MATINEE TO MOBHO WWJHCrS . NOTHING BUTTHETRimi 2 JO. TMtC'tAfett t ALL face's Irupinr - Ka ia ? ! j titlrln- Ma" Bax in Mi'lIHuW A ? 1 .. litAiii.ii H iiif *??? Word ni-oiii ?Lad; I ?.?,"?. Her Mratal? ?nil RTHKL I BAKKTXOaS in Iii? III look. r.A.FTY ' ? M ~T *?? mt ?Urt?E. II.. .?. * U?rl COHAN & HARKIS ,J V"*.\*; &? ,E.?)a. I '5 b- ?rp. Va'i Tomoi"? 4 Wa-J . 2 ?j pi? i Nieiii. " HITCH Y-KOO ?linn.I II trino, k. I.nu? In Rue Mm. Ki.r. .?ml I'IHIIH. Ulilte, I nui I ntl, Iri'iip Horilnnl, \ .v ? i - ;. ?i? -a -l-l 1,1 (?KI.I.ltl ? Al I. ?? < .'lulu S ?KUI TON 4 *h Beir B'wij. I ... | >_*%. WILLIAM \__t 'Hub * COURTENAY-WISE ": . "PALS FIRST' I REPUBLIC:: ' . <;.-.-: ?LASTWEEK rs^?m?Sv ?PETER IBBETSOM Ban re ?' ?: ' . C l.I.tr I '. -a " ' I he I !'ii nln ( >, !f>' jti??il|r* the ni??a at?J in. turf?. ?Ii..I ?Inrrre, mint upliflln? fe? (Mt . ?. . r ^,yli ut aiy li. .llir _ ? im CHAP?N GLOBE "Y'COHANV" "V A* .. I ?sr ? I'KRKHKM \M I ?j M'MDAT ?Mi in i EVELYN NESBIT ?O' I i 'i \?> "Redemption' MANHATTAN T??*.,"'.".*,' LAritSS ALL-STAR GAMBOLS . I.\ ! -I Mill I \ r MM, BJ SB, S? S ti Uso MUN. MAT, *:,. ?J ta. SI laud SO. I, ra .at.-?.? VgKrric.atinn of Krui sinrs, ?-,,, As??nihl-"?l nu An/ *af?ge Boats Now Iniliiillng JOHN M'lllKM \l K n - sa.? LIBERTY TetX rotas Dom i Mats. 25 & 50c NIO*a*m?MO<MMM> h I.Al s \I ,.!.. IIM AT t5c. WIUIAMSON rjnomcr?. THE lill M' MIT (IF ? Ov ET l?l \M irTK\**v it *H ,"?"***?? ??" . ?id ftT I a. fc" 'M r" ' " -11 . I ! VU KI ?a I ** aaamBBBBBI H*I.? .*ITKW noss, ?a-, , | ? | f. I'si.i m? - I'. <.. . I oral aila NAN HAI Pf IIB - PEA COCK au fr ' HALE A PATTE 3 N Mr. ann Mra rWlg.it,>n l*i>H<h. JIMMIE H?'? C'-.r, BRIGHTON ?-- a I nea? lOLUMBIA ;*' ?HIP HIP HOORAY GIRLS *** BIJOU t^.'-vrj.:^^' J THE KNIFE M^eElliotfi^V":-; I . LOVE O' MIKE CASINO j ? : ! YOU'RE IN LOVE B'EKFEH M0R0SC0 E -m??rfr?t ?,f Maaloal (um? . ile*. -I'- fun. v r-? tam ST K?i? ?I ? 2?. ?mil u ??l S 24. MOHOS? THE BRAT M> llcrt ' Cey a T **.... i- * *'?-' "*'- P * **.? v It < Maa r??sw? ?"d w?i 2 *o Oliver M, ?r<.?<<?'.? firent I ?neilin?; Kilree??, [*3jaMiaapEg?a STANDARD \\^R BET'f-TRS"' M poke? a (an in my face, backt me arrota the roon to a mioiiter and a girl i never taw before and ?aya" (tCome Through" lit . mighty good photo drama-il't going to gi?? 70a a reaj turprite. You're going to tait aboul it-It't George Brontoa Howard'i biggetl th' Her. and it will be present? ed 2 time? daily ?2:30, 4:30 and 8 30 P. M.) be-icning sail Sunday Eve., June 17th, a! 8 30 P. M , for 2 ?.eckt only. ?E '.' li?t I *BMB IIXMr-1". Temi-*?? rAI ACF ?? ?'??.i?"?< it-rt le,?. R IVERSIDE u. i?r II . k??r,l* ?V.....I_ i.r , U ,,,... 4 Kn.m:t H??C Jil II .I'll S A NT I I ?. Ill NKY I t \M?. IHM?"I 1 A ?.lill IB S other It a Slitr \? ??. LOEYVSNEW YOMCTHE-tVift.fi . ? v ..." i* M I ' *" I A rat "?IHM ' I *>". rO? in '"l'.'rii ...?nradl??,'* I I I V II M I in ' the Little (iruhnn " __ ? . a . v". 1 ? 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