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t8 THE 1J1 SON jJN < THUKSDAy TIIUlts Y DECErdBER DECEMBER 24 241903 1903 T
S CAMBRIDGE AiBRiDGKOOURT COURUECB1YB COURUECB1YBCOURT COURT RECEIVER RECEL VEI VEIcounT I ICOUIlT
COURT STEPS s filEPS rs JXTO THE FIGHT FIOHTO FIGHTTQ FIG1Ip
p TO CONTROL TUB HOTEL HOTELThe II0TELThe hOTELThe
The Ottitrr Hart Sflzrd USaylnc It Sarine Th Thtt ThttEeuees I11at tt ttLMirM the theJflIlff1I
LMirM Hadnt Lived Up to togrenientIRftflkrUPtCY Thi ThiAgreenirnl Their TheirlrftlIIlnIIlUanl
Agreenirnl lrftlIIlnIIlUanl grenientIRftflkrUPtCY grenientIRftflkrUPtCYthr Bankruptcy < ruplcy Pttltt PttlttMlnit ptllllon ptllllonalnlt
Mlnit alnlt the CainbrlUce 2ambrIdeA Corapan CorapanA
A petition pe llon In bankruptcy has been fll fllagainst filed filedagainst fl flngahist
1 against the Cambridge Cambrid e Hotel Company Companywhich Companywhich of ofwhich
which Dr Wallace C Clark In t presldei presldeithereby prpsl presideithereby ent entIherehy
thereby bettllns tletllln the question earnest earnestdebated eamestly eamestlyI earnestdebated
debated on Tueudny night whether I IClurU Dr DrClark LCIiirc
I Clark or Unllahan it Ahparn th the thewere owners owneiwere ownerswere
were entitled to run Cambridge Courttanilly Court tl tlfamily the theran
family ran l1yhotel hotel botelat at 112 West Fortyninth stre streFor atreet atreetFor streiFor <
For the next ten t n days at least Frcderi FrcderiWesson Joredprick JoredprickW rederlWevn
Wesson W un a receiver r eher appointed by Judi JudiHolt Judge JudgeHol JudHoft
Holt in Hie United lnltl > d States Stat District Cou Couyfsterjluy Court CourthteI11 Co Coytei1ty
yfsterjluy hteI11 will do the running runningHrliiihan running1zUttIian
Hrliiihan Jr t Ahearn took poescasion poescasiontlio of ofthu < I
thu bullclinij butdn on TueiJay evening at atoclock atoclock 5 5i
i oclock alleging that Dr Clark had not B Bcured se securcd s scured
cured his hl rent with iv 1 mortgage on IIOX IIOXworth 10000 100 100corth
1 worth of o furniture as he had contract contractto contracted contracttoda
to toda todaAbout do doAlwut doAhout
About the Mme am time some one call callup rolled rolledup calli111OlkO
up 111OlkO Police P llco Headquarters on the telephone telephorand telephonean telephoiand
and an said aid that there was wa a fierce tight golr golron going goingoD
on oD In the t h place placeWhen 11lctWhen PIaCVhen
When Policeman POIiC > IIIIn Hutchin of the We WeFortywventh West WestI S SFortysentti
I Fortywventh street station arrived I Iwas he I Iwas I IAil
was Ail told that It had merely merel been be < n a sllgl sllglmisunderstanding slight slightmlsunderatandlng slIgnh1undeNtandlng
misunderstanding vrith ith a discharged ee eevunt 8er 8erUnt setht
vunt vuntTwo UntTwo tht thtTwo
Two hourn later Dr Ray Moe ooe a nepheof nephew nephewnf uephr
of r Dr Clark rushed Into the station an andemanded and anddelJ1unded ardemanded
demanded protpctlon for his uncle uncleTheyve nnele1lIpy uncleTheyve
Theyve 1lIpy already assaulted him once oncehe onceheo oncehe
he Bald His llf Isnt safe ae with em emWho emWho
1 Who they were he didnt dl n specify specifyThis specifyThis I
This tlui Policeman Sweeney Scene was sei seiaround seiaround ent I Ij
around und ho had better luck at find findIng fincjag
j Ing trouble A crowd of fifty t1it servantwere servantwerv servant erYantRere I
were ere on the second floor pounding l1oun lnp on Ii IiClarksdocrand Dr DrClarkdoornnll I IClarksdoorarnlshouting
Clarksdocrand Clarksdoorarnlshouting shouting In ine terrible chorui choruiWe I IWt
We e want ant our pay PII ls v h want our fa par pavYoull parYouIl I IYoull
Youll get it Youll grt t it all al right rightcame rhhtcame rightaxne
came axne through the Uevholc reOMmrlngl reOMmrlnglIts I IJts
Its in the th safe af I think If 1 had it hei heiId here heiId I IId
Id give gl vc It to you now nowMr nowlr
I Mr 11 lr Ahwirn wlinn he heard h > arrl what th thniinpus the thenunpllS ti tirumpus
rumpus was about awuiireU Q < IlIrp the sorvant sorvantthat Morvan Morvanthnt gorvanthat
that they would all be bi paid That and th thpresence the Uprecnce I Ipresence
presence of the policwnan seemed to haVa haV I
a i 1 quitting effect effectv cffectlien effecthen
v hen Dr Clark ventured down to break breakfast brpakfa brealfat
I II
fast fa t yesterday morning he came upon up n Mi MiVheurii Ir l lUHarII
I Vheurii talking 1 < lklng to t a reporter reporterYousee rpporterrou reporterYoueee
Yousee rou Pe raveralxuiu nraluit have been brought broughI broughtagalnt brouglgaLnt
agalnt I the It tesees I le > efts lr l Ahtllrn i Virti > n ning wall wasn ay
I big und wo Wt VC didnt want the tIi bitfinecs bu btwineesgo ln t tno to I II
I n no into the handu of a receiversowesinipl receiversowesinipltook receiver so weelnipl weelnipltook
took possession po ion and sMited Lut 1 to run It t our ourelvtK ollrpIt oureIvs
elvtK pIt Ve P had a perfect tight I to do this thisa i iall
f a all the letuer havent lived up to their con contract cuntract cu cus
s tract In the first placv they were wereL ti tiinstall to toinHall
L install S10000 worth orth of furniture and givtheownersamortgageon givi givith p1Ath
th theownersamortgageon owners a mortgage on it itaa a W a guarantee guaranteeHow guaranteoHow guaranteeiow
How about your jur part par of the conract conractbroke conractbroke contractbroke
broke in Dr Clirk 1rk You didnt finish thi thibuilding thu thubuilding thbuilding
building We had to employ fivecarjenfer fivecarjenfertor tve carpenter carpenterfor > I Ilor
for a month Besides the ice plant wan wasnirunning wllIntnmnlng wanninnin
running and andWell andpll andeit
Well pll you Oll accepted the building didriyotr didui diduiyou didntou
you yotr ou asked 881P Mr Ahearn AhearnThe Ahearnrbe Abeamlire
The pctlion in bankruptcy filed sets ur urclaim lip lipdaim ujlaim
claim for about 1900 for meats mla grocerieiand groceries groceriesand roCOriII roCOriIIand
and oil Frederick < < k Wewon the receiver receiverhas receiverhas 1 1I
I has power to carry on the business for ten tendays tenda telrIay
days da with leave to apply for an extension extensionof
of timeIt time timeIt timef
f It was wa al staed that the assets are worth worthbetween worthhc wordhetwrenOo0
between hc hetwrenOo0 weo > n JoOOO s OOO and 10000 the principal principalitems principalitm prineipaItnrn
items itm being the th furniture and the lease lell > e of ofTO ofi olth4
i 1M 1u1 FOt ui uiTo I ITO
TO SETTLE KJSSAM KISSA ESTATE ESTATECommittee lSTtTECommUtee ESTITECommittee
Committee II Entitled to 874443 74443flhIl Will Be BeHeld Defield 1kheld
Held In Trmt for Sirs 115 Klssam KlssamSupreme HIamSupreme lilssamSupreme
Supreme Court Justice Marean oarpan yester yesterday YORterday yeterI ¬
I day granted permission to Peter A Hen Hendrick Hendrfck I Idrick
drick of the City Trust Company as com committee commJHee cornrnitee ¬ f
mittee of the estate of George Kissam who whowas whof whowas whewas
was adjudged Insane In March last to sell sellMr sellMt f fr
Mr r Kissams KI amjIllntret Interest In the firm of George GeorgeThe GeorgeKiFsn
1 KiF6alT t Co CoThe I IThe
The firm Is known throughout the United UnitedStates UnitedStatcs UnitedStates
States a as railway advertisers Soon afterbeing after afterbeing alterMlng
being appointed > d the th committee of the theperson theF theperson
F person and estate tate of his partner Charles A AFish AFiIhtho AFish
Fish FiIhtho the other oth r member of the firm be b bepn bepnan pn pnnn an anan
an action in in the Supreme Court of New lork lorkcounty torkcounty ork orkcounty
county for an accounting and an a distribution distributionof
of the assets Hamilton Odell was ap appointed api appointed ¬
i pointed referee rCpr Mr Odell Ori 1I reported rEp < rted that thatthe rhatthe thatthe
the net capital of the firm amounted to toUS50770 tolO77O
US50770 composed COmpl > tlC princpally prn < < palh of stocks stocksand MtoCkqand stocleand
and bonds that were placed under the head headof bredof headof
of venturo ntur account accountMr accountlr accountMr
Mr lr Odell reported that the commtlee commtleeacting commttNlIctlng comnitteeacting
acting for Mr Ir K K1lInm fam is I L entitled to It5070 It5070of 45070 45070of 4i07Cof
of the venture account aC < ollnt and onehalf olrhs ol olhn ofi
rhr hn good ood will amounting to 0 27 r7IQ54 rt 113 M or orvith orlrh orvith
i vith lrh all Mpprisw pxr > ne deducted a net sum ol olS7M1390 ofI of1tH3oo ci71143DU
S7M1390 It was wa stated in the papers that thatn tbatIn
I In n offer of that amount had been > en made madeand madeoI madeAfl1
and permission pennlfs on was I granted to the com committee committee cornmittee ¬
I mittee to accept The money will be held heldIntrust heldIn heldin
Intrust In lru t for Mrs IN Annie nnic S Kissarn th the wife wifeof wifei wifeef
i t of If the incompetentrTV incompetent InCompotpntr
r
rTV tin IT COLLEGE TJVCTIO TJVCTIOLowest FNJtXCTIONIowet JCTIOoi I
i Lowest Bidder for Building Contract Wantto Want Wanhto anti i it
to He n aThomas Defendant DefendantThomas DefendantThomaa
t Thomas Dwyer a contractor applied to toSuprenw touprem01 toSupreme
Supreme uprem01 Court Justice Fitzgerald yester yesterday yc yceterday ter ¬ I If
f day for leave to be made a party defendant defendantin
in the taxpayers suit brought by John C CMcCord J JlcCord C CcCord
McCord to enjoin the giving out of the thecontract theI thecontract
I contract for or the building of the new Col College Colj Coltege ¬
j lege I of the City of New York on Morning Morningaide Morningaide
I aide Heights Edward Lauterbach and the theother thetrher
1 other trustees Ircs t > eS of the college are defendants defendantsDwyer defendantsflwyer defendantsDwyr
Dwyer made the lowert bid on the contract contractluitMcCord contractI
I luitMcCord hut lcCord alleges allel tat the bid Is I not valid saUdand validand aUdJ
J and that the bondsmen are not such as ashould aeuhotild Ill Illhollld
hould be accepted on a million dollar dollaroortnct dollari dollaruortnct
i oortnct < DwyerH counsel told Justice JusticeKit Justicei JusticeVItgeruld
i Kit VItgeruld geruld that an order had been made madefor madej madefor
j for the examination taIT inatlon of Dwyer concerning concernlnRhis concemninliI
his liI bid and that it was Wa only fair that he heshould heltould hej
j should bo made a party defendant defendantij I II
ij I L li 1 Kellogir for McCord l Cnrd resisted thenplbatIon the thenrpiiatlon thei
nrpiiatlon cn the ground groun that It wan wasmerely wasmerelyan as merely merelyan
i an attempt atlpl1l t to prevent Dwyer from being beingexarr being1xaT beingr
r exnineti exninetiIij4lce exarr ined If he iH H made a party part defendant defendanthMlce I IIntkA
hMlce Scotts order for his examination examinationwill 1 1will
will no longer be In force If Dwyer er would wouldroiuwnt wouldconsent I II
u consent to this examination said Mr Ir Kel Kellopfj Rd101g I II
I lopfj there would bf no further objection objectionto
I to his beinc bein made a defendant defendantDecision drpl1dantDEClllolI rierendantDecIIuii
I Decision wan W wa wa1ItHIEII I reserved reserved1IMILEM l1ilCrec l1ilCrecIIUlIEU
1IMILEM LEASE LEtStSUIT SLIT GOES OV OVFor 0 0t OSeecuil
t For or the Second Time Til Motion il etIon t10n to DlimlM DlimlMComplaint DhmlaComplaint Dllmlllllonll1lalnt
Complaint U DenIed DrnlrilIlefirwt Dtnltdll DenIedI
ll I Ilefirwt Hefl Charles Chari Andrews denied again againyesterday againypst againyestrdaY
yesterday ypst r nY the motion made on behalf of olthe ofJ ofthe
J the lariem larlem and tho New Ne York Central CentralRailroad CentralRI1i1ro CentralRailroad
Railroad RI1i1ro d to dismiss the complaint in the theiirtin thei thetirtinfl
i iirtin IUI n of th the Continental Insuranco Corn Cornpan Cornianar
pan ianar mid am ethers ctIt minority stockholders stockholdersto
to set et l > t aldo lde and adjudge adjlld e void old a second secondsupplemental NCondsupplemental seconduppiementat
supplemental contract amending a lease leasebetween 1 leaiebetween > 8e 8ebetWe
between betWe < 11 the defendant railroad companies companiesbr cornpanIcj
r j br ii reducing the rent payable by the Central Centralto CentralvJ
vJ to tt the Harlem iroOOO a year for the unex unexHired unEXIired unexi
i Hired tired term of the t ho lease lea e after May I Ii 1000 1000making 1000mI ioook
k making mI < nl 1 a total reduction of rent of 0 over over180OCOOIXI over1OCOtiUI overr1
r1 180OCOOIXI 180OCOOIXIOn 1OCOtiUI 1OCOtiUIUn
On Dec It 1002 exJudge Andrews AndrewsIjearl
i Ijearl argument ar umfnt for and against a alnst the die dismissal dierziial ¬
missal 01 lri I Iht 1 complaint mplaint and some I < Om weeks weeksiiin wcekflIO weeksa
a iiin IO > he rendered his h < decision t > eRon in favor of ofthe ofIh ofthe
the Ih pluiiulffin other words denying a amotion al
l motion to disiltis disiltisYesterday dl Ile1l4Yeiterday llri llriYtterda
Yesterday the case cri came up again upon upona uponrenenaLl
a 1 renuwal ren ILl of f the motion William B Horn Hornblower Hornhlowr hornI
I blower arcuMl IlrllI < > d the defendants case and andlohn andIohn andti
ti lohn O Millburn of Buffalo for the plaintiffs plain plaintins plalntur
tins tur made mal Ie a short reply Then the motion motionwas motionwnl
1 was ra dismissed dismissedProofs dmill dmillProof
1 J Proofs for the defence will now be taken takenbeginning takenbeginning takenbeginning
beginning nest Tuesday TuesdayIrtncc TUt8dayIanee TuesdayI
I Dance at H Fulton Cuttlnti CuttlntiJlr CUIUneIr
4 Jlr Ir r and Mrs Iro Robert Fulton Cutting ofI of
I j 24 2 East Ea > it Sixtytmventh street gave a dinner dinnerdanon dlnnerrllUllfI dinnerilanee
danon Utft evening The cotillon was led ledby ledby ledby
by Morton Mon on Morris Iorrl > dancing with Miss lies HelenCutting Helen HelenCutting HelenLuttini
Cutting
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r I Furs FursMuffs
Muffs Boas Yictorines Jackets Coats Wraps raps Fur FurLined FurLined FurLined
Lined Overcoats Robes RobssEverything RobesI RobesEverything
I
I Everything in UpToDate Up To Date Furs Fursa
a full assortment to select from fromAt fromAt I
S 1 1At
At the Lowest Possible Prices for Reliable Goods GoodsC CoojsC I IC
C C SHAYNE SHAYNEManufacturing SHAYNIManufacturing I IManufacturing
Manufacturing Fur Merchant Merchant4Ut
4Ut t and 42d 2d Sts bet Bway and 6th Ave AveN AveN AveN
N B BYou You will save a lot of time and money by going direct to the theabove theabove I Iabove
above address The Bway and 6th Ave elevated and surface cars carswithin carswithin carswithin
within half a block of the stores
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JMK LOOTER PAROLED PAROLEDGov 1tllOLEGO
Gov GO BUM 011 ef r MlehlKmn Sets t Free Fran FranC Frank FrankC FellC
C Andrew AndrewiDETROIT Andre1lDET1IOIT AndrewDEmoxT
DETROIT Mich Dec 23 23Go Gov Aaron AaronBUss Aaroni3IJas T TBliBS
BUss from his home In Saginaw last nigh nighissued nightiS8Ued nighissued
issued a parole to Frank C Andrews wh whwrecked who whowrecked whwrecked
wrecked the City Savings Bank sliteemonths sixteen sixteenmonth sixtemonths
months ago while he was ViIlllts Its vlceprealdenl vlceprealdenlby
by lootinglc looting It of over 10000X1 some o owhich of of1hlch C Cwhich
which he gambled away in n copper stocks stocksGov stocksGO stockt105W
Gov GO Bliss did not consult the Stat StatPardon StatPardon StAte StAtePanion
Pardon Board his own advisor advisorboard addOryboard advlsoiboard
board the trial Judge the Republl Republican
can party leaders or public sentlmer sentlmerIn CntlmentIn
In Dtroit in paroling Andrews after th thman the theman Uman
man shad served a little over a year yeara c ca of ofa
a fifteen year sentence Mayor Mavbur Mavburof
of Detroit said this thi morning Even Evenman vpry vpryrnan ver verman
man who ho stole the necessities ofllfe of life and andnow i inow is isnow
now serving time for it should l Ioe > e paroled paroleialso parolealso
also Leading newspapers denounce th thOovernors the theGovemorR thGovernors
Governors act as an encouragement encouragementdbdroneaty ti tidishonesty to todillhontbty
dishonesty and anarchy anarchyThe anarchyThe anarchyThe
The terms of the parole law In exempt xempt Ardraws An Andraws n ndrews
draws from trial trialon on a dozen criminal charge chargetrrowlne char chargerowin e8 e8Ilrowlnll
trrowlne out of the bank disaster disa ter until th thipirailon the thexplrailon thrplratlon
ipirailon of his fifteen year term when h hwill he hewill Ii11l
will 11l bo protected J1rol ed bv the statute of timitarions limit a aMons
Mons 10115 Prosecutor Hunt of Detroit is loot looting lookIn toolIrig ¬
ing In for Caws In the release hoping to sea senAndrews BlOd BlOdAndre seaAndrews
Andrews Andre back to Jackeon prison prisonPOV prisOniOO prisonov
POV iOO ov Bliss says that he released relea An Andrews Andrews n ndrewl
drews at t the he reques requee4 of 1000 I 000 depositors dppo silo tB In th thwrecked the therPCktd Uiwrecked
wrecked rPCktd bank who believed that Andrewi Andrewiif
if at liberty would make another fortun fortunand fortuneand fortunand
and pay back all losses 10 Andrews himself hlmselmnken himselfmakeR hirneelmakes
makeR this promise On his release from fronprison fromprison frorprison
prison thismorning Andrews came dlrectl dlrectlto directly directlyro
to his home hom in this city clt where his wife wa waawaiting Willawaiting waawaiting
awaiting him himPARK hImPRK hixnPARIC
PARK ROW ASPHALTla ASPHALTlaJoct tSPH4LTl G GGoes
Goes Over to 1OO4 I904Truckman Trackman 8 sa Slyl y Net NetIt NoIIi olle olleII
II Essential to Safety SmfetrBorough SafetyBorough SutetyBorough
Borough President Cantor held a publi publitearing publiohearing publiiearing
tearing yesterday on the theproposalto proposal to asphalark asphal asphalark asphaltPark
Park ark row The hearing was not a repre repretentative reprelIentatlve repretentative
tentative one inasmuch as Mr Ir Cantor re reused refused reused
used to grant the rcqueeta requ ta of the peoplrho peopl peoplrho peoplewho
who rho favor the asphalting to postpon postponsjnsideration poIItponeconsideration poet pon ponoasideratIon
consideration until after the holidays holidayshere holidaysThere holidayshere
There here was only one speaker In favor o osphalting ot otasphaltlng ci cisphaltlng
sphalting and he declared that the meeting meetlnitad meetinghad meetinjwi
tad been packed and wan farcical as astest i iest I Iest
est of public opinion The time wa wauostly wasmostly wanostly
mostly taken up with Ith hearing the argu arguaents argumentR argunents
aents of truck drivers and others opposet opposeto oppoed oppoedto
to o asphalt paving pavingThomas pavingThomas pavin pavinThomas
Thomas V F o ifiCarthy of the True Truewnere TruckOwner Trodwners
Owner wnere Association declared that noiai
9 5 essential to safety sa ety lie said saidIf saidIf said1f
If you let men and women come out of i iactory a afactory iactory
actory into a quiet street they will be nil niliver rllnoer rutver
iver They are so used to the noise of thiaachlnery the thnachinery I Imachinery
machinery that they will not hear truck truckoming truckscoming trucknrning
coming toward them on asphalt pavements pavementset
Iot et them have a lot of noise noi > e on the streets streetshen etreetBThen streeterhen
Then hen they will have to keep their eyee anc ancare and andears an anare
are open and there wont be BO man manccidents many manjccidonts I Iaccldente
ccidents ccidentsMr ccidontsMr
Mr lr Cantor wound up the hearing bj bjitating bystating b bttating I
stating that he had no jurisdiction oveJark ove overPark oveark
Park row which was still under the contro controif controlof
of if the Rapid Transit Commission The Thenatter Thnatter I
natter went ent over for the next adminU adminUration admlnlatratlon edminieration
tratlonSJOOOO ration rationco000
30000 EEDED FOR DR BURKE BURKEjle
11 jle Is Has DnUt Three Homes 110m for Homelrsi HomelrsiNcgroe lIomtl lIomtlNeSTO IlomelesiegTots
Ncgroe but If Wltnont ttlont a Rector RectorTho RretoTho ReetorThe
Tho Her Dr John E Burke for twenty twentyive twentyfive twentylye
five lye years the director of the Catholic col colred colored cotred
ored red mission mlSt < lon here has sent word to Father FatheiVKe FatheKeefe
OKeefe VKe Keefe fe his assistant in the Church of StBenedict St StJenedict
Benedict the Moor that he will spend Christ Christnas Chrilltmas Christias
nas in Rome and will not be home today todaya
as a expected expectedThis expectedThis expectedThis
This Is I Dr Burkes first vacation m mluartcr In inuarter a aquarter
quarter luartcr of a century of missionary work workn workIn
In his absence Father OKeefe has beer beerrying beeriylng
n
1 trying to raise funds for a rectory for th the therrl8t thuriest
Seat riest who bo having built three home homeor homor homeror
rrl8t or homeless negroes In New York hafeen hateen has hasbeen
been > een content with inadequate quarters quartersn
in n a rented house some distance from frorthe fromthe froithe
the he church For this purpose soo sooS 20000 20000is 200 200s
is s needed A typographical eiror in a aitatement astatement atatement
statement issued last week made It appeal appealhat appearthat appeahat
that hat this thlsum sum had been raised The lecture lectunsf lectureof
of f Father FathVr Chldwlck netted really 2000 2000nd 2000and 2000Lnd
>
and nd Father OKeefe announces thathehas thathehasnly that he hW hWonly hamly
only nly 31000 3000 In n his fund A wealthy New Neworker NewYorker Newcorker
Yorker lisa rias nil offered to add a dollar to every everj0Drf everydoUar everytoiiar
doUar raised raiJJedDr raisedDr
0Drf Dr Burke will return here next week weekcold weekI
L cold chalice atudded with brilliant will wille wtUbe
be Id e presented pre en to him him by his parish at a re reoption reception iaeption
option to be held on the evening of his hisCISE hiteturn
return returnEXCl eturnXCI8E
EXCl XCI8E CISE E ARRESTS I IN GERMANY CERIAYIcrlln GEIlYA GERMANYkrlln T THerlln
Icrlln Judges Enllchtrn MaRlitrate Ft Flam Flammtr Flimflier m mmn
mn and Get Ills Views ViewsSitting ViewSitting le1l1 le1l1Sitting
Sitting with Magistrate Flammer In the thefeffereon theJetrerBOn theefferaon
feffereon Market police court yesterday yesterdayrare
rare Lieut Arnold Assman and Arthur Arthurohler ArthurKohler Arthurohler
Kohler ohler who are lay judges In Berlin courts courtsrhelr courtsI courtsDieir
Their presence pre ence led Magistrate Flammer Flammero
I to o express his opinion on excise arrests arrestsI
I think that it U a mistake to make any anyirrests anyarrestB anyrreets
irrests said aId he The saloonkeepers saloonkeeperstavc loonkeepershae
hae ave to give givea a bond to get a license of 1200 1200md 1200and ioond
md they will not run away Policemen Policemenmght Policemenought Policemenught
ought not have the right to arrest men tor torioutlon iorvlolallon brioiation
ioutlon of the excise law lawNo Ia IaI lawNo
No one Is ever arrested for violation violationif
I of if t the excise law in Germany Bald one ofhe of ofhe ofthe
the he visitors The saloons close at certain certaintours certaini certainours
i hours tours according to the police regulations regulationst
It t is the same on Sunday an Ill any other day dayWhen dayWhen dayWhen
When a man Is caught violating the law lawe InwI
I he e is fined 12M 2W by the police next morning morninglie morning111e
lie police collect the fine but the nalooneeper saloon 8IloonI saloonseper
I keeper eeper can appeal to the judge The big bigest Llgest trigset
est excise fine Imposed is about IW IWl1e 40 40The 40fle
The night watchmen are the only men menfho menwto menrho
fho accept graft They may to a little littleUnd littlehlind littlelind
hlind Und for or a dollar or two The higher higherfticlals higheroftJcla1 higherlbciabs
fticlals are too sharply watched watchedron ratchedron ratc1iedcony
ron cony Yacht aeht Roamer Reported Wrecked WreckedJACKBONTILLB WreckedJAcJc3oNT1LLl reekld reekldi
i JACKBONTILLB Fla Dec 23 23011 On account accountf
of f the similarity in the names of the yachtswas yachts yachtswas yachtsIt
1 It was reported that Commodore H C Cloomea CRoomes Cooma5
loomea yacht Roamer had been wrecked wreckedfl wreckedNassau
off fl Nassau all escaping with their lives livest livesIt
It t is now ascertained that Commodore and andIra andMrs andtro
Mrs Ira Roome are safe cruising on the lower lowerant lowerea lower1st
ea ant t coast The vessel that was wrecked wreckednamed w wreckedI reeked
18 I named Roamer but is owned by Capt CaptIcorge CaptGeorge Capt0mg
George 0mg Campbell of New York Mrs Mrsiropbell MrsCAmpbell Mrsrnpbell
CAmpbell Col T C Campbell and A T TrUaon TWUa TLion
WUa Lion n ail 11 of New York were on board boardut boudbut
but ut wet were eayed ved
CHILDRENS COURT CHRISTMADISPLAYS CHRISTMAS CHRISTMASDISPLUS CURISTMADISPLAYS
DISPLAYS OF TOYS TOO MVC MVCFOR MUCFOR YUCII YUCIIFOil
FOR SOME YOUNGSTERS YOVGSTERSBalli or GSTERS GSTERSDalll
Balli and Dell Doll on the Justices I IOne Desk DeskOne Dei DeiOne
One Budding Financier Who bo Want Wanta antfd antfda
a Start ai a a crap Shooter ShooterGetTY Cerry f fclety So Soclet S Sclety
clety clet to Have a Tree for Its It Charge ChargeThirty CharsThirty ChargeThIrty
Thirty little ones stood up in the Chi Chidrens Children Cliidrens
drens dren Court yesterday yesterdaymomningand morning and listen listento lI listemto tened tenedto
to charges of crime or waywardness mac macagainst made madeagainst rnaagainst
against them or or to tales of their parent parentevil parentaeil parentevil
evil lives livesSanta IIvcsSanta livesSanta
Santa Claus had in many cases been the theundoirj their theirundolrJ theundolrj
undolrJ Nine little boys and girls wei weiarraigned weiarraIgned ere erearraigned
arraigned on charges of larceny and evei eveione every everyone eveione
one of them had yielded to the temptation tcmptatlcof temptationof
of a lavish display of toys The entlicollection entli pntirecollection entlicollectIon
collection of evidence was not worth worthStrewn worthStrewn 2 2Strewn
Strewn across acr the Judges desk were wereball wereball a aball
ball a small pig a bank a chain a ehee eheeand sheep sheepand sheeand
and a dollJustice doll dQIiJustoo dqllJustice
Justice Wyatt looked the collection ove oveand over overand ovearid
and then glanced down at the brood befoi befoihim beforehim befoihim
him Moot of them were wef brave but orllitle or orlittle I IlIitle
little girl sobbed convulsively Mr r Tows Towrsend Towssend
send attorney of the Gerry society porte pettethe petted pettedthe portethe
the child childIdont chUdIdont child1dont
Idont want to be sent away from m mlittle my mylittle mlittle
little sisters and my mamma she moanet moanetBut moaned moanedBut moanecBut
But you knew it was wrong to steal stealreasoned stea1reaeoned stealreasoned
reasoned one of the officers You won wondo wont wontdo wondo
do it any more will you And then corn cornthe camethe camthe
the customory cu tomory query Why did yodo yo yodo rou roudo
do it
itI I didnt have no money moneyanI moneyan an I want wantfor wanted wantedfor wantsfor
for me and Mary Maryto to have some Santa 8antClaus SantClaus SantaClaus
Claus too sobbed the child An n DOT DOTyoure nowyoure noiyoure
youre goln to send me away awayTho awayThe awayThe
The Judge told Mary that she and heittle he heittle her herIttle
ittle sister could spend Christmas at th thGerry the theGerry thGerry
Gerry society while investigations Inv tlRatloM of thehome the their theirbome theihome
home were being made And you y ° i will willhave willhave willhave
have Ice cream and candy and alovel aloveltree a lovely lovelytree lovel loveltree
tree all full of pretty things kind hearts heartslittle heartedlittle hearteLittle
little MiM McNamara told her herBut herBut herBut
But that aint like my own the chili chillobbed child childeobbed chiliobbed <
eobbedRaphael lobbed lobbedRaphael obbedRaphael
Raphael Bardele a bright eyed little llttlItalian littleItalian littiItalian
Italian boy explained why he had had stolen a aimall a alDlall small
mall bank I didnt barn no money moneyand moneyand moneyand
and it waa Santa Claus tine t I knowoc knowocif
if f I took that little pig bank and akeupeople asked askecBut askedpeople
people to put a penny In it Id get semi 110mmoney semimoney
money
But dont you know it ia wrong to beg begsked beg81kPd begrskutcj
sked the Court CourtI
I only meant to do it until I got nu nuo nut nutro noro
ro o start up with explained Raphael whi whia whois whiiskrrown
is known a totha to the boyaasCrapo boyaasCrapoStart boys aa Craps CrapsStart CrapsStart
Start up questioned the Court CourtIn CourtIn CourtIn
In papers or The boy paused l6u ed am amthen and andthen antthen
then grinned at the officer near him himOr himOr
Or what whatV demanded the Judge JudgeOr JudgeOr JudgeOr
Or craps finished the boy defiantly defiantlyCraps defiantlyCraps defiantlycrara
Craps will spend his Christmas in incitv incit a acitv
citv cit Institution InstitutionElla institutionElla
Ella lla Robinson was a very ery small ver verblack verblark Cry Cryblack
black girl girlWell girlWell
Well Ella what have you done wrong1 wrong1asked wrong wrongasked wrongasked
asked one of the court officers officersStole officersStole ofliceraStols
Stole a dog answered an wered the policeman policemanwho
who said he had paugfrt fug t Ella in the act actI
I never stole no dawg snapped th thlittle thilittle the theUttle
little prisoner prisonerShe
She was whistling rhi tling to him explained explainedthe explainethe
the policeman 1t It was a common dog dogbut dogbut
1 but butt it didnt belong to her and It did belong belonrto belongto be1onto
to an old lady who thinks a heap of it itHones itHones itHones
Hones mister I never done dat pr prj8ted perristed p r rJsted
Jsted Ella I cant whistle no mol morn mornrabbit n nrabblt a aI
I rabbit rabbitElla rabbitElla rabbltElla
Ella went home on parole paroleSome paroleSome paroleSome
Some of the children who appeared it itcourt In InI iiburt
court cou yesterdayand who had been at th thGerry the theGtTJYlIOcietys thtreriy
I GtTJYlIOcietys Gerry society B rooms begged beJrgedJustice Justice Wyatt Wyato Wyattto
to o send them back Oh theyre goln ti tiL to toI toiave
I have L vea a great big tree with real re lights and andnta andnta a a3anta
3anta nta Claus and oranges and candi candind candles candlesand candiestad
and nd every girl is goin to git a present prettentexplalned presentraplained presentxplalned
xplalned one little girl when the Court Courtranted Cnurtwanted Courtranted
ranted to know why she wanted to return returno
to o the society
Mr Jenkins superintendent of the BO BOiety sotety lOciety
iety gave every discharged and paroled paroledhild paroledchild paroledthud
child a card of admission 8flon to the tree feet festial feetval feetiral
val al Therell be a present for every little littleUXERAL littleone littleno
one oneJU no
JU UXERAL EIlAL OF JOSEPU STICKXEY STICKXEYIsny STICKXEtIny
llan tIny ii WHIKnown Figures ncur In the Dotlncsi DotlncsiWorld Ilualne IlualneWorld I Iorld
World orld at His ill Obsequies ObsequiesFuneral ObsequiesFuneral I IFuneral
Funeral services for Joseph Stickney Stickneyho
tho ho coal operator and financier were held heldesterday heldrellterday heldesterday
esterday morning at his late home 874 874Ifth 87 87Fifth 874ibm
Fifth ibm avenue and were largely attended by byion bymen byrien
men ion of prominence in the business and andnancial andfinancial andInanciat
financial world and employees of the many manyompanies manycompanies manyompanies
ompanies with which Mr Stickney was wasonnocted wasconnected wasonnocted
onnocted either as president or director directorThe directorThe directorThe
The Rev Dr Ernest M Stires of St StTiomass StThomass S Srhornass
Tiomass Church read the short Episcopal Episcopalfuneral EpbJeopalfuneral Episcopaluneral
funeral service assisted by a vested c eod quar quaret quarretand quaret
retand et and a ahart harpist > lst from StThomass Nearer NearerIy NoorerlyGod
ly lyGod God to toThee Thee was sung as a proces procesional procesional processional procesLoan
Loan hymn and Rock of Ages AgI as a rely rejessional re reocell8lonal measaional ¬
jessional The coffin which rested during duringtlie
tie senIce at the foot of the staircase in a aank abank arank
bank > rank of flowers which almost almo t reached the theoiling thectillng theclUng
oiling was completely hidden by a pall pallif pallof
of if bride roses orchids and smilax smllaxThe smilaxThe sinilaxThe
The pall bearers were weraJ J Pierpont Morgan MorganVilllam HorpnWilliam Morganuliliam
Villlam fl Refeller sefeller Charles Lanier Wll Wlllara William VIlam
lara am M Laflan S M I Prevost t William H Hoyce HJoyce Hoyce
Joyce oyce E J Berwind Charles A Childs Childamao ChildsIltI Childssane
IltI mao o Townsend Ton end Col William Bliss Bli s and andBrands andJorancLs andranois
Brands Bartlett of Boston BostonThe BostonThe BostonThe
The body accompanied by Mrs Stickney Stickneyind
and the immediate relatives and friends of ofhe ofthe ofIC
the he IC dead man was taken at noon by special specialrain specialtrain specialin
rain in to Concord N H where the burial burialrill burialwill
will rill 111 take placetoday placetodaySOPRAXOS placetodaySOPRA place today todaySOPRANOS
SOPRANOS SOPRA OS 7V 4 SCRAP SCRAPiOlr SCRAPI SCRAPboir
CIIolr iOlr Singers Leave Church to Settle SettleVocal SettteI SettleVocal
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Vocal ocal Supremacy With Fists FlttsMoNTCLain FItIltIONTCLAIJI FistsMONTCLAIR
MoNTCLain N J Dec 23 23Miss Miss Emma Emmaiinston EmmaWln Emmailnaton
I
Wln iinston ton and Mrs Mehaley Brown own singers singersi ein rs rsin
in i i the choir of the Union Baptist Church Churchstored Churchcoloredl Churcholored
coloredl stored got Into an argument last night nights
1 s to which wb cn was the better soprano singer singnrThe lIingrThe singerThe
The services rvices came to a sudden close closend cloBOand closerid
and nd the women adjourned to the sidewalk sidewalkhere sidewalkwhere sidewalkthere
where here matters grew warm Suddenly Miss MissInstons MiseWinstons MissI
Instons I fist shot out and down went wentjs wentMrs wentIrs
Mrs Irs js Brown She arose 1U0 e quickly however howevernd howeverand
and nd the sparring match ma h that ensued excited excitedbe exei exeithe
the be admiration of a number of sports who whoeclared whodeclared whoeclared
eclared that they would make up a purse purser pur e efor
for or r another go between the two twoThe twoThe twoThe
The interference of ofwhlte white trash put an annd anend annd
end nd to hostilities Miss Winston has inIteci In Inited InvI
vI ited Mrs Brown to a private go
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Bwayattthav 34tb to 35th St StStore StStore
Store Open Until 7 oclock oclockThis oClockThisThe oClockThisThe
This ThisThe The Day Before Christmas ChristmasWill ChristmasWill Christmaswill
Will Spur the Last Minute People PeopleS
Come to the store today todayI todayoreand
M oreand B Bigger agger S It is large enough to ac accommodate acReductions acReductions ¬
I Reductions in Prices I I commodate ommo ate all the people peoplem p ople opleIn I
In New York and vicin vicinage vicinage ¬ I Iage
age woo have dallied overselections over overselections I Iselections
record Thats as asclear asclear
selections until now Macys sustains its
clear today as it was in the zenith of the Holiday business businessThousands businessThousands I iThousands
Thousands of decorative and practical articles rticlesIingerers rticleslingerersthat lingerers lingerersthat I
that according to sound trade tactics should not lag a day daylonger daylonger
longer longerIhe
Ihe mere hint is sufficient to bring the thrifty thriftyPf thriftyExt thriftyI3 I
All Goods Bought Today Will Be Delivered D livered To ToCt Tox I
Ct I3 Ext Pf x 11C ra day or Tomorrow We Have Made Elaborate ElaboratePreparations ElaboratePreparations ElaboratePreparations
Preparations To Save Every Customer From Dis Disappointment Disappointment Diiappointment ¬
appointment This Assurance Applies To EverytfflngFtom Everything From a Paper Paperof
of Pins to a Piano PianoA PianoA PianoA
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A Wise New Year Resolution ResolutionIll I IIll
Ill Start a Deposit Account at atMacys atMacys I IMacys
Macys and andKNOW andNOv I IKNOW
KNOW How Much I Spend SpendFor SpendII SpendFor
II YY For What I Spend It ItPut ItPut i iPut
Put your money in our DEPOSITORS ACCOUNT ACCOUNTDEPARTMENT A C C 0 UN U N T TDEPARTMENT IDEPARTMENT
DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENTWe
We pay 4 per cent annually compounding the interest interestevery interestevery interestevery
three months monthsOur monthsOur I IOur
every Our Depositors Account Department D gives you all the theCONVENIENCE theCONVENIENCE
CONVENIENCE of a credit system with all the ECON ECONOMY ECONOMY ECONOMY II IICONVENIENCE
OMY of a cash systemAND YOUR MONEY IS EARN EARNING EARNING EARNING ¬
ING INTEREST WHILE IT IS WITH US USYou USYou I IYou
You can deposit d posit as much or as little as you please You Youcan Youcan I Ican
can take your money out at a moment s notice Every Everypenny Everypenny I Ipenny
interest for daily until untilspent untilspent
penny and every dollar earns you
spent nt or withdrawn withdrawnWe I
We run no regular banking business there is IS no drawing drawingof I Iof
of checks with the temptation to spend money promis promiscuously prom promiscuously is ¬ I Icuously
cuously cuouslyMacys
Macys sell only for cash At MACYS THE MAN WHO WHOPAYS WHOP WHOPAYS I
PAYS P YS HIS BILLS does not make up for bad debts d bts by higher higherprices higherprices
prices pricesHe
He is not called upon to pay ay for the expensive machinery of a aCREDIT aCREDIT I I ICREDIT
CREDIT DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENTYou
You know that no store can sell goods as cheaply in propor proportion proportion proportion ¬
tion to quality as a cash store No argument is required toprove to toprove toprove
prove that the customer must pay the stores expenses includ including including ¬
ing its bad debtsThousands debts debtsThousands debtsThousands
Thousands have opened accounts with us realizing the value valueof valueof valueof
of this uptothetimes saving method
If ffyour your Xmas money has goD goDlike ron ronlike one onelike
like smoke youll be plnd plndknow Ind to toknow t tknow
know that weve a quantity o oaraokinff of ofsmoking osmoking
smoking jackets at prices 25 25under 25under 25under
under the usual figuresAll figures figuresAll fi ures uresAll
All this seasons make makeAll makeAllsort8 makeAll
All Allsort8 sorts of materials materialsAll x xAll
All sizes sizesn
fi n 750 no 10 flu fluROGERS 1 1RoaEns 15 15ROGEn
ROGERS IEET COMPANY COMPANYJSS COMPA Y YM
JSS M Drautwny Dra flma4we opposite City JII JIIf2 Hall Hallant JISUanti
ant anti ags 1 1 and na 8 Warren St StM3 St4i
M3 f2 llroadwar mr 13th We nil order orderand ordtand orderend
and 140 tn HX 14 fIb Ave by mull mulllira IIIftn1tO pushtlfO
lira Broadway ror I2d 32dnd I2danil I2Iand
and nd M West Wt 33d St
NEW NEWCOLLAR NEWCOLLAR NEWCOLLAR
COLLAR COLLAREXCELSIOR COLLAREXCELSiOR
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EXCELSIOR LIQUID POLISH POLISHA
A Very Superior u Article for r Clf CleSnInt anlni n nPlale and andPoltihlnr andIohhihiInr
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Poltihlnr hIo hIou Slerllne Silver Matrd Ware WarePlate WrePhate
Plate OIAU Windows and StIrrerFor Mirror MlrrariFor MirrorFor >
For Sale SI II IILewis ly lyLewis 17 17Lewis
Lewis < < Conger
110 k in We w Wiit t 41 42d < l fltrectMd Street Streetasd llnetd
Md d 13S We Wet t 4IM St X ew ir Yark YarkJAPAESE YerloJ YrIcJAPANESE
JAPANESE J APU EE TO MEXICO MEXICOLaborers IIEXICOlaborrrs fXICOlabonN
Laborers to Rlvei llondu to Work ork for or tee teetim Ccrtftln Certaln
tftln tim Length of Time TimeMEXICO TimelIIExtco TimeMExico
MEXICO CITY Mexico Dec 23 23Talze 23TalzeMurakami 23TaizeMurakami Talze TalzeMurakami
Murakami representing the Transoceanic TransoceanicEmigration TransoceanicEmlgmtion TransoceanicEmigration
Emigration Company of Tokio Japan has hasarrived hasarrhed hasarrived
arrived here to arrange with the Mexican MexicanGovernment MexicanGovernment eJtcan eJtcanGoemmnt
Government for bringing several thousand thousandJapanese thoL thousandJapanese nd ndJapanttC
Japanese laborers to Mexico MexicoThese Mexicolliese MexicoThese
These laborers will ho brought to Mexico Mexicounder Mexicounder Mxlcoundpr
under the th condition that they remain with withthe withthe withthe
the employer pmplo Ir for four yearn or a length of oftime oftime oftime
time designated in the contract entered enteredinto enteroointo enteredInto
into with the Japanese company and the thoperron thepentOn thepersondesiruig
perron persondesiruig detftrmg i the he labor laborEiich lallor1Ch laborE4cb
Eiich 1Ch man brought to thin thl country or ortaken ortaken ortaken
taken to any other part of the world in l this thismanner thilnutnntr thismanner
manner U bonded by two bondsmen in Japan Japanand JapllZland Japanand
and if he deserts and fails to fulfil the con contract contract contract ¬
tract the bondsmen in Japan are held re responsiblo responsible isponsible
sponsiblo but the emigration company re replaces replaMI replaces ¬
places theloesand t the be loss and another mania man Is furnished furnishedwith fUrt furrishedwith llhed llhedwith
with the same bondsmen as a a guarantee guaranteeTh guaranteet
Th The company of which Mr Murakami Murakamllathe li lithe I Ithe
the representative has deposited with the theJapannw theJap theJapanese
t Japanese Jap nfet Government G ernmEnt 200000 for theftilfilmentoftte the thefulfilment th thfulfilment
fulfilment ftilfilmentoftte of its contracts
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Toot Tootll Toot TOOT TOOTLook TOOTLook j jI
Look out Santy Lots or Xmas XmasShoppers XmasShoppers I IShoppers
I Shoppers in the way waySaved wayI waySaved I
Saved Five and Seven DoJar Dol Dollar Dollar ¬
I
lar Bills BillsEver BillsEver
I Ever see a Seven Dollar BillCome Bill BillCome BillCome
Come in and well save one onefor onetor onefor
for youLots you youLots vou vouLots
Lots and lots or suits and over overcoats overcoats overcoats ¬
coats reduced from 20 andto and
12 to tor3th f 5 5t3th Sr
t3th r 3rh Street Store eec open this ereninf ereninfHackett ctCninrHackett evcnrn evcnrnHackett
Hackett Carhart Co CoThree CoThree CoThree
Three l 141 l Corner Thirteenth Street StreetBroadway SeeeRroadwsy StrceBroadway
Broadway < 410 Comer Cn Canal Street StreetStore S Som 5trecStoici
Store om 1165 I 165 Near Ctumberi Street ScreeThe StreetThe StmThB
The Best Christmas GiftN Gift GiftUN GiftAN
UN N EDISON PHONOGRAPH PBOKOBfllPIIWith
I With Mesa Horn HornOR Ho HoORA Hor HorOR
> OR ORA A AVICTOR AVICTOR
I VICTOR DISC DISCMACHINE DJSCI DISCjINE
I MACHINE MACHINEPIRASORE MACHINEI
I I I I I jINE jINEiIEAMVRE
PIRASORE 1tFA unE FOR EVERY FVER HEARER HEARERWE ngARERWE IARERWE
WE APE TALKING MACHINE MACHINEHEADQUARTERS MACHINEHEADOUARTER5 MACHINCHEADQUARTERS
HEADQUARTERS HEADQUARTERSSeven
Seven Separate Testn Testing RoomsOne ROOMS ROOMSOne Roa RoaOne
One Hundred Thousand Records RecordsSPECIAL RecardSPECIAL RecordsSPCIA
SPECIAL SALE OF CABINETS CABINETSOpen
Open U II Kvenlnci cnlola Until Un 111 Christmas ChristmasDOUGLAS CilflnmDOUCLAS CirLitmsaDOUCLA8
DOUGLAS COH9 CO
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formrrlr II i builder buU r lm hM Hied III el a r intitloii 1111011 In hdnli hdnliniptcy bttnkrIjrItey I IrlJrtC
niptcy with linl liIlIJlIIII > iht i S7t 172sI 712 > > 7ii 11 nnrt no asset IIHWHor assetJr
or Jr tin liabilities JitTuiiou t1 IJ1IJ arc wcureil clln d by b IKHH IKHHA honeland hioridand
and lIIortlrllll InortarautesA lIIortlrlllltrtlorll
A creditunt ixtltlon tlllon hi Li bunkruiitcy lm hll8 been beenfiled beenfiled 11 11rUPd
filed iiaalnst noaln tigI Inst t William M ul 1 Ncuroth N lIroth dealer In Inpnlnt thtpaints I
paints find colors nt t land 2 and 4Muiihnttjinstrr i lllI1hnttLn Mlrllrt sretHatnurl t tHamiK1
HamiK1 Epstfin formerly a dealer in it paintera palnt palntrn plllntnt
rn nt supplies HUppU ha h has libel lId II petition in bankrupte bank bankruptcy bankrUptcy ¬ I
ruptcy with 1th linbllltl I170IW I170IWDeputy snoIYDpputy i7OittDeputy
Deputy Sheriff Mayforth hA Wkcn charge rhareeof I Iof
of the th 0 place pili of btwlne K or thoNndM the SIIdIIOn > n > lnnu lnnufactufihc tnrrufacturing
factufihc flletupln Conipanr makers of traits bedjiit bed nt ntI
12 2 and 54 Grove street ptret > t on an execution for forSI fortne
SI 1 tne tneJoint OSA OSAv OSAJohn a aJohn
John it Wall JniB dru druggist rUt < of JnlIJjixtb 112 Hlxth ayepUM ayepUMAtuw avenue livenuhI avenuehas j
I v hI has confeseed < ontf8l judgment for tor3ati2 133n2 In favor of ofVOII ofAnn
Ann Von WoUf WoUflIrodt Drodt on nine notes
o7k o7kStore I
l Store Closes at 7 oclock oclockA ocIockA 1
A New Block in the theClear theClear i iClear
Clear Nutria 16 6 Derbies DerbiesThe
The men of New York have given an instant welcome to the thenew thelIew tilenew
new Stetson SixDollar Six Dollar Derbies If hat men thought that New NsYorkers l lYorkers S SYorkers
Yorkers wouldnt pay more than five dollars fo for a Derby they theyguessed thl thluesetl theyguesetl
guessed uesetl wronglargely because they didnt have a better betterhat betttrhnt bettorhut
hat to offerThe offer offerThe offerThe
The Stetson CLEAR NUTRIA is is as much handsomer than thantho thantho tilallthe
tho wellknown Hvedollar huts as the usual new hat is better betterlooking betterlooking betterl
looking l okitig than the thesame same bat a couple of months old oldBring oldBring oldBring
Bring in any brandnew Derby you wish and compare it itwith ititl1 i iwith
with itl1 the Clear Nutriathats all the evidence youll ou1 want wantToday wantTodu wantToday
Today Todu we are showing a new block with a wider roll than thanthe thanthe thanthe
the smart advance Spring model that we showed before It Itfluits It8uits Itsuits
suits large men better than the other though the other moiiel moiielis
is the smartest Derby Delb for young youngiuen men that weve ee seen in many nayday a aday adB
I day dB Best Derby in the world worldSli worldSliMtn worldMens 5 5Menri
Menri Mtn Hat HntStort Store in Annex AnnexOne AnnexOne nnex I
I II One O Hundred Mens Overcoats OvercoatsTheir
I Their prices p are racing with the mercury rcu on its downward downwardpath downwardI rd rdpath
I path Its fine coldweather news for the hundred men that thatwant thatwant thatwant
want to appear tomorrow in a new overcoat ercoat and come early earlyenough earlyenou earlyenough
enough enou h to share this offering offeringThey offeringflu offeringriley
They flu > y are of Oxford and black cheviots some sergelined sergelinedothers sergelinedothers sergelineothers
others with satin shoulders and wool bodylining Among Amongthem Amongthem mon monthem
them are a number of large lar < c sizes sizes40 40 to 46 inches Today To a at
1450 from 20Second 20 20Second 20SlOnd
Second floor oor Fourth avenue avenueTwo J JTwo r rTwo
Two Remarkable Groups GroupsOf GroupsOfW GroupsOfWomens
Of OfW OfWomens Womens omens Walking SkirtSj SkirtSjHere Skirts SkirtsHere I IHere
Here are two stirring offerings that will compel attention attentionabove atteD attentonabove iJn iJnabove
above all the last day hurry hurr of Christmas shopping They are arebrandnew arebrandnew arebrandnew
brandnew Skirts just from the manufacturer made up ini inihandsome in inhand inhalidsOlne
handsome hand ome style shaped in the most popular lines that are de demanded denlanded demanded
manded at the moment The materials are melon cloths in inblack inblack inblack
black blue and mixtures and widewale cheviots in black blackThere blackThere blackThere
There are i
6 Walking Skirts at 350 and j
8 Walking Skirts at 5Al 5 5All 5All I
All finished in the smartest manner Excellent skirts foryour forj forjyour for i ijour
I ISecond ISecond
attractive for gifts giftsSecond
your own wear wearmost most
Second floor Broadway I I
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A HandBag with beautiful aufijul aut Fit Fittings Fiftings Fitlegs ¬
tings in Steriin Sterling Silver will ill make a aroyal aroyal aroyal
royal Christmas gift for man manor manor manor
or woman traveler They are arethe arethe arethe
the luxurious things that one onehesitates onehesitates onehesitates
hesitates to buy for himself himselfbut lJimselfbut himselfbu
but bu which are welcomed with withdelight withdei withdelight
delight dei ht as gifts We have a asuperb asuperb asuperb
superb collection of them themtoo themtoomanr themtooniany too toomany
many in fact so we have cut cuta cuta
a full quarter off the pricestoday prices pricestoday pricestody
today today18in today18in I I II I18ln
18in softtop Buffalo Bag a sterling fit fittings fittlngs fittinge ¬
tings was HO now 145 145Womans 45 45Womans I IWomanIIISin
Womans WomanIIISin 18in black Seal Bagred Un lining UnIng Unlag ¬
ing sterling I > fittings was ISO 80 now 160 160Womans 60 80Womans 60Womans
Womans 18in black morocco Fitted FittedSag FittedBag FittedBag
Bag wab wa40 at > 40 now no 30 3018in 3018in 3018in
18in brown morocco Bag sterling sterlingittingij sterlingfittings terUngfltting
fittings was 50 now 3750 3750Womans 3750Womans 3750Womans
Womans 15in black walrus Bag ster sterling sterling sterling ¬
ling fittings was f 48 now t36 t3616ln 36 3619in 3616in
19in Fnglwh pigskin handmade ha dmade Bag Bagwas Bagwas Bagwas
was 40 now S30 S30ISIn 30 3015in 3015in
15in brown s SfIIlion aUon Bag sterling fittings fit filings fittings ¬
tings was 38 now 10 2850 285018in 285018in I I18ln
18in black walrus alrus Bag red lining was
34 now 2550 255017ln 255017ln 255017in
17ln black walrus Bag sterling fit fitngs fittings fittinge
tings ngs was 75 5 now 5615 t5625Women 5615Womens 5635Womens
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