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2 o I j E sU TIJESDAYIqOVEMEEa d Z9 ttlu 1 I h co 7
THE SUBWAY jMELODRAIIAWFUDrOS5BILITJIS
1t
4tfFUDpOSSlHIUTlES JV IT mVEALED
I VEALED TO THIRD AVEXVEDloody
i IflOOd
moOd Mulirlali of One of Our forrmoltt
tj Capitalist PllBht of lilt InnocrotDaDlhltrlie
f t f Daughter SerolCulpibllllyof an Ext
c t prtll Train Out It Ends All IllfTh
t The Secret of the Suhway haa beeneoled
t1 solved Now York IIn18 In doubt no longerThe
The Moret Is that the Columbus Circle etart
rt tlon can be run without gatemen ticketcbopperl
choppers slot machines passengersmotormen ormotonneneen
motormen even without subway ad IIAll
All thin IB revealed to the soft appipriaU
priaU musio of I Dreamt That I DweltMarble Inif
if I Marble Halls In tho third act of Theecret
Secret of the Subway produced nt thoThIrd
Third Avenue Theatre last nightThe
1 z The poster say that this is the greaU
J 1 10J apeclacular melodrama ever written cocernlng
t cernlng the greatest engineering featthe Inr
r the world It Is IndeedThe
J J t The curtain reveals Harry 8t rlingyoung Atl
L tl young engineer who has Just proposto dt
t to Rose Fortyihe tho beautiful daughtof rJ
J of one of our most prominent capitalistThe
l The old gentleman has just dodbless
r him and he is going awyo to make a foa
1 chune in the West He doesnt come backunUl
until the fifth act and thats the greatest
eat stroke of geniua in the whole shoiThe
r The an mic hero Is never of any use Inmelodrama amlodrama
melodrama anyhow except for the heroineto
to faint on when shes saved By thlelimp
simple device the author loses this oneright
right off the reel and the villain gets ccntitag
alage
Presently enter the lllaine You llpoth
her because she wears a red dress and haswicked
wicked eyea She says to tho heroineIts
Its your bahthday and Ive broughyou
you a little present Its n daggah Withthe
the villAinesN Is a gentleman whose placin
in the play is uncertain until he begins to
1 roll a cigarette When he did that lastnight I
I night the gallery tumbled at onco amhissed
hissed the villain like anything Then yolearn
learn that Papa Fortvlnt has just hidden
112000 in a desk in that very room Krorthat
that time forth until the villalneM stabhim
him while she is in the act of seizing thmoney
whie
I money you can see papas finish plainlyBeiore
Beiore the vltlainesa dON the stabuinfan
a cxc l Tlc comes in and tells the vlllaliabout
about tht dirty work hes been doingLike
Uke1l exconrlct he Is dressed in corduroy
t duroy trousers a red shirt and a fur oapwith
with earlapsYes
ealapsVI
Yes I murrdered your wife and childsays
1 says the excon CHked the kid on thihead
head Hot squeal no more And nowI
I want my share of themit sungCut
Cut the wife ani child could take punishment
j Dt like Battling Nelson While the firenet
BUln
lke In little Jimmv Mif
I i net Is young comes litle 1mI1 tleNwb0
Nwboij You can see at a glance thaihes
hes the child who was cracked on thhead <
hl chid
head I has made him daffy but goodAs
As for tb wife she steps into the greeicalcium
thn vlllalnositab
calcium Just In time to see lainOIlI
i stab Papa Forsytht with the heroines dagpah
I I rah The heroine rushes in kneels besidfthe
I the body and holds up the weaponArrest
r Arrest her for the muhdah of heiparent
parent cries the villain And i the backI
crl
I ground the excon soaks Little Jimmy
I tainThe
I AllnI second act H full of dazrllng infighting
fighting Little Jimmy corpse which hatbeen
I been put in 1 box comes to and escapesdead
the vfltin lays out the exn who staY
dead The lay and villalness feetknockout I
f knockout drops to the elastic wife andhate
r stand toopshouldered und Impronalo Ii
i hate out of the gesture hook while she
wriggles herself tt sl < y > p I
1 What shall I d with her say thevillainess
villainess Any doubt that shes the 1
I lalnew in dispelled in this act by her costume
1 j tume lavender with ISO worth of cottonbatting
L batting ermine trimmingr
l r > HIM says the villain cleverly rlngaothe
another cigarette ants his eyes at the Imetime
aothe 11 now 2 A M U 220 a exreas
prereas train will roll past the Columbuilrele
ilrele station Hurrv her to the tracksIn I
ulon
In the third act there is the ColumbuCircle
Circle thir Its a beautiful sceno Non
I an ad in eight The ticket choppers haveI
I a gone home so tha coast Is near Enteithe II
I the villain and villa inefls carrying the unconscious
I I conscious wife Thpy bind her to thetracks
tracks Enter liitl Jimmy He Is soakeagain
again and takes the count Exit the 1
lain and vlllainos An automobilo hontoots
toots In tho wings Lilttt Jimmy reviveson
on the count of nine He rolls onto thotrck
track and rolls off with the bound wife asth
the pasteboard subway express which hasbeen
I been trying to straighten out the plot InI
I the wings bobs dopily inSaved
Saved OurtamiIn
BYedl fourth round that is to say thefourth
fourth Mttho heroine i in the TombsTh
The villain coined in to nee her He springsthe
the Inevitable proposal thus showing thathe
he Is a thoroughbred villain reglnteredMock
Mock by Nero out of Licrezla Borgia8he
The spurn himDower
rower song music from the orchestraIt
It is the heroSaved
I Saved I have been with the Governorall
Bved
all day Vere is an order for you r releaseThat
That Governor wan a dandy nettingher
her out before she was tried goes Odel amile
mile betterTHK
i I THe SUN reporter of melodrama leftheforo
heforo midnight no he cant toll whethertho
the villain and villalness murdered oneanother
another the end or wore simply haled offto
to jail Hut from the trend of event hecould I
jai
could soe their fni h He would haveliked
liked though to know just how HamKlfrllng I8ttrlrf
Klfrllng the nearhPro landed her andwhether
r whether tho villalne wore mauve or purplewhen I
I I when she JaN
I I MAyr RESCUED nr LADDERSAll
All Colored Folks Incident of Fire In theDacndhe
BUckandunitf FlatThe
I The hack half of Horace H Farriershlaokandwhlto
S I hlaokandwhlto flat building at Cooneiplace
I place and Montgomery street Jersey Citywan
wan burned out last night and nine negrofamllle
I famllle were made homeless Severalwhite
white families who occupied apartmentsIn
j I the eastern half of the building a four
j tory brick were smoked and flooded outThe
s p ator black half parallels Police Headquarter
quarter and run back about 75 feet inCooper
Cooper place a narrow alley Chief ofPolice
Police Benjamin Murphy and InspectorSamuel
Samuel Archibald were walking throughthe
I the alley on their way home to supperwhen
4 I when lUmei which originated on the tintfloor
Ii the main
floor shot up stairwayA
A minute later a score of terrified coloredwomen
I women and children rushed to the window
dow and began to scream Chief Murphymade
j made a trumpet of his hands and yelledDont
Dont anybody dare to Jump Koenquirt
I quirt till the Udders come and RoJ
be tafeir
The fen had trouble putting up theladders
ladders owing to the narrowneoi of thestreet
¼ street and the screams pf the frightenedUnanU
UnanU InoroaMd I the smoke becamemore
tnnt iod
more dense One stout negrcM climbedout
out waa on coming a window Bill and yelled that shewaa
I you Jump called back Chief MurphyIll
I Ill hit you with a night stickTb
The woman thought he really rneant8h
omn tougnt
Te
and eittlod back her perchShe
what b Mid bok on
prhi
tte
wht
i Sh wia taken down later by ladderTwentyflvflf
I Twentyflvflf women and children werellown
Tttomen
llown to Death by DynamiteMODHT
MODHT VKKHON N Y Nov 28Whilea
R tang of Italians employed by ContractorsBellew
Bellow and Merritt of Tuckahoe were oxciYallng
ciYallng a owr trench at Upper Tuckahothla
this afternoon five pounds of dynamiteexploded
exploded blowing Pletro Fornso t piecesand
and Injuring two other workmen one ofFen
whot Antonio b Stranino will dieb
Fen Be datCbrUIUn Endeavor MtetlnclBicx
1rIJcAN4 HOT 38Whlle addrewtnj
I tnj t Christian Endeavor meeting in theCongregational
Congregational Church at BrooVton a rll <
I et crc K4raxl Lounaberry 70rnutfeld
rnutfeld foil dead from ovcfcartlon In
I UM ttotl tp oxprtM v himself
1
F irs t impressions are lastingTherefore I
Therefore disarm criticism and win I
II
favor by wearing aRNOX
I RNOXHAT
HATLeads ILeads
Leads in style and qualityII
n II Attndci All the prlndptl cUe In the worldGEV
GEV A C BARXES DEADHuccerdNl
I
HuccerdNl IIU Father In the PubllihlrDnilntM IDnllnclldler
DnilntM Soldier and tlubmanGen
Gen Alfred Cutler Barnes head of tho
publishing house of A S Barnes A C I
and vicepresident of the American BokCmpny
Company died yesterday at his horn
114 Pierrepont street Brooklyn agedOen 6
Oen Barnes accompanied the SeventRegiment
Regiment New York to tho front in 1ROand
and later was with the Twentythird NowYork
York at the battle of GetUyburg In 18
he was made a BrigadierGeneral andgenerl
general inspector of the rifle practice otthe
the New York National Ouard In 18
he became Colonel of the Thirteenth Regment
ment still keeping his rank as BreveBrigadierGeneral
BrigadierGeneral He WOE commander ofLCaott
Lafayette Post G A RAt
At the death of his father A S BarneiIn
In 1892 Gen BaN became head of thepublehlng
publishing house He had been for manyears
years prominent in the club life and educatlonal
catlonal work of Brooklyn He was thoCounder
founder and first president of the AstoPlace
Place Bank a trustee of the BrooklyBridge
Bridge during the period of oonstructlorand
Brdg durng priod onRtrctonand
and In 1800 he 8 chairman of the Asaoelated
elated Bankers of nan city Hwas
was also a member of the Chamber of Coramoroe
moroe and the Manufacture rsAw oclntionIn
In 1880 Gen Barnes founded the OxfonClub
Club of Brooklyn okwhich he was the rlt
president At his death he was presldenof
of the Aldine Association li also belonged
longed to the Tuxedo Hamilton and Cornell
nol clubs the Pennsylvania Society andHocfty
Society of Colonial Wars and the Sons ofthe
the Revolution He 1 a trustee of Cornell
nell University and Cornell Medical Col legand
and of the Brooklyn HospitalThe
The board of directors of the AltliniAssociation
Association at 1 special meeting yestcrdaadopted 1adoptd
adopted resolutions commending GenBarness
Barness work for the association and hiDualities
a
Dualities as a citizen soldier and man otbualnea I
businessFAIL II
FAIL SCIIlMAX ItEAttle i
Ptt SCIIJI4X iI
no Wai Mm HrtiumannIlelnks Ilnsbimanil
ant a Well Known Mace MannerBOSTON
BOSTON Nov 28A cable dwpatch toMmo I
Mmo SchumannHeink this afternoon anounced
ounced the death at her villa in Rootchenbroda
chenbroda near Dresden of her husbandaul
Paul Schumann Mme SchumannHelnlras
wal overcome with grief and there was mrfonnanceof I
rfonnanceof Loves Lottery in whiclhe
he waa to have made her first appearanwn
In Boston since ehe sang in grand openlere I
her Last winterPaul opr
Paul Schumann was well known to Amerian
an followers of grand opera through hiiiuccess
iuccess an stage manager of the Wagneriatiiroductions
iroductions at the Metropolitan Operalouse
louse New York The stroke of plalsll
which caused bil death was the third hohad
had suffered in the last two years Beides
ides being a editor 0 singer and a pastmaster
master In the art of Bingo managing p
tM probably best known to the Americanmbllo
mbllo an the husband of his famous wifeMr
Mr Schumann leaves a family of ninehildren
hildren who are at present at the family 1a
chid a
rub a imo Schl anHeln nlthougtudor rinder
under a severe strain will strive to appearomorrow
omorrow night and continue her Bostonnga
> nga cement
Obituary NoteThe
The for Jeremiah FsniM Unnkln nDililt
ILI for msnr years president ol Howsrtnlvmity
nlvmity of Vn ninton died in Clevelandihio I
Ohio ye tfrd y In iwowhen he was offeredhe
thl presidency of Howard University alegro
legro ln titutlon Dr lionkln was llrtnc Iniren
leO sJ Ill held tima prastdenc unUIIhren
iren years so when he retired on account
or physical disability HP went then to liveth
vtth his daughter Mrs harvey D Ooulderer
on Euclid nut Chwehnd and I was atmar
er residence that he died For fifteen yearsurior
prior to ruing t Orange Dr Itankln was551cr
KHtor of the First tonirregntlonal fhurfh ofVashlntton IWRshlnlton
Vashlntton In IMS he married Miss MaryllrBo I
urge of that city Ho was 78 years oldHtephenMeekr
Stephen Meeker one of tho oldest roelrcnts
tents of Springfield township X 1 diedentcrday
entcrday at his home on the old Mlllbiiniond
rOAd He was born in the koker homelead
lead In Mlllbiirh on Feb 20 1820 and wanhe
tho youngest of eight children Their fntherran
ran Jrremtnh Meeker ole of the first settlersTm I
In I the vicinity who came of Jlevolutlonarrtnrk
tnrk HU father nnd six brothers foughtt
nt the battle of Kprlnitflcia Mr Meeker haillut i
hut twenty birthdays having been born Inn
n leap rear lift was a Republican and onglnn
hlf first vote for len Harrison lie is aurIved
Ived by two sonsThe
The funeral of Lrndon M Swan who dIe
niFriday will be held today from his home
10 Willow street Brooklyn Mr Hwnn wasmOrn
horn In Woodstock Vt sixtrnve yearn airond
nd moved to Brooklyn wlicn H ynuns innni
H i > was a stock broker and H mniiilxT of I IIPirm
irm of ldd Woo A Co of Wall street Hniclonifpd
iclonifpd to the Downtown Club HnmlltonInb
limb and thl Kldlnc and Drlvlni Club Arife I
wlff and two daughters survivehimPeter
ulhterllluTIethn IPetfr
Peter Van Winkle who died on Saturdaynil
nil for whom funeral services were holdint
sat night at his home ins Wythe avnueVllllRmsburK I
VllllRmsburK wag for many years Misusedn
In Indian flRhtlncr In the West after the closuf
or the civil war In which he nerved In thetegular
tegular army While a First Mcutennnt Inth I
he Third Cavalry hn figured In many meltnr
Indian rnmpnlcris He was tt
nr Incla fampalA 11 carl
Id and 8 born at Passaic N JAuiruit I
Auiruit Mohr clear manufacturer at OlIsrclay IBaclay
Isrclay street this city died yesterday atil
is home In Xew Itochcllp Mr Mohr wasmorn
morn In Clermtny He Was a Mason and 1
member of the Arlon Society And tho Orianl
ianl Bowllnir Association 1a wife nndRTPral
RTPral children survive him His body Is t
be crematedThomas
Thomas Farlesi died on Sunday at hUome
loins in Bayonne N 1 aged 83 For manynd
ears he was engaged In the coal businessmmd
71fra btor eneale employed In tho Nowork
ork Post Offlce Hn was the tnt membernrolled
nrolled by Bayonne Council Royal ArcanumMrs
Mrs William F Cay died yesterday mornIK
IK at her horn In Lenol Mass She washa
Inl mother or Hamilton Whks Cary ot thisit
Ity and Miss Catherine Caroline Cary Mrslary
lary was Ttss lM height when she waglarrled
marie to William F Cary In iwoB
Samuel T SPlrk one of the oldest realants
ants of Valhburf k J dtr there yestertay
ay need 7 He was a sailor In the navyr
tor a number o yearsMay
May Settle Day State Gal NnltWILMIWOTON
WILMIWOTON Del Nov 28In thenlted
Unit State Court today the suit ofeorge
eorge Wharton Pepper receiver of theay
Day State Gas Company of Delaware t
rove from J Edward Addloks and theilrectors
ilrectors of the company tho proceeds oran
an alleged illegal Issue of 57fOO orhof
of stock of the company was con tiurSul
ul Raturday In Philadelphia The onlynnotmnCeinent
nnounoement made was that the CAAa
WA to process of settlement I U underlood
toed that counsel for Addicka have madeproposition
It
proposition t settleFACT
prpsiton atteFACT
FACTEsl
that Easily pvc
thatPOSTUM
will rebuild a broken owncferuied
coffeeruined systemlet
let the lIttle book Time nnad to U > I
vllle In each p5gp
I
pkU
fl
1
NRGRUVIJif BREAK BANCITIZENS
CITIZENS XATJOtiAV OF OBERLt
LOiED hER 100000Yesterday
1OlWD noootlterda
Yesterday I lies Forced to CloCeFULIst
I Wit of Her SecnrltlM ordered DruhtInto
Into A Cleveland Court lleratl
There Tell or Her ExtravaeanoODERMK
ODERMK Ohio Nor 28The OitiienNational
National Bank here closed lt door todabecause
because it held much paper of Mrs CaesChad
ppr
Chad wick wife of Dr L Roy Chadwlcof
of Cleveland who Is belngtued by BankHerbert <
Herbert Newton of Brookline MAIMand
and others for 1100000 VJoePre ldoiSquires
Squires of the bank saidThe
M
The loons to Mrs Chad wick were madby
by President Beckwlth and Cashier Spitwithout
without consulting the rest of us Theywer
were placed in a safe deposit voulThe
wer plac se
The reM of us believed that all of the Chacwick
In fnorof
wick paper we held a a note i
of et6n for 5100 Mr Beckwlth nosays
says we a eo heavily Involved on Chadwick
wick paper that a immediate settlemenmust
must be made I Is claimed by the president
dent that tho bank holds two notes for aloan
loan made to Mrs Chad wick one for Oand
and ono for 200000 on what he bellevcito
He knew of nitrouble
to be gilt edged security le
trouble till Sunday morningBeckwlth
Beckwlth Is ill at hil homeCLBVFIAND
CLBVFIAND Nov 28A subpasna waIssued
Issued today commanding Mrs Chadwlcto
to bring into court a full list of all securitics
tics she may have and also any securitlethemselves
themselves that may b in her possessionor
or if the same are not in her possessioncertified
sme plMoncrifed
certified copies of them being the necuritlealleged
alleged to have been shown to BankeiNewton
NewtonThe
The theory that Mrs Chadwick usedhypnotic
hypnotic powers to borrow large sums olmoney
hypnotc pwer elatemcnt
money was strengthened today by a
mont by Deputy Sheriff Porter who U ordutv
duty at the Chadwlck mansionEvery
Every time she look at me I becanvdemand
dizzy er said Il tell you I cant undertand
demand those eyes They are a mystorto
to me The first time Mm Chadwick gota
a good square look at me I began to blinland
and blink under the piercing gaze untilwaa IWI
In blnk
was forced to turn my eyes in a oppositeut
Ibu
the effortbut
direction I grew dizzy from te efec
gw
but something some strange power mvaribly
ably caused me to return my gaze to hervith
with like rosultn againLocal
Local merchants today told of MrsVhudwjcks
Vhudwjcks extravagance One said sheas
was the mot richly gowned woman heever
ever saw A Jeweller said she bought tenif
of thousands of dollars worth of goo
from himMoney
Money seemed to be absolutely noibject
lonIY abolntly
object to her She bought silver by the cheatllntnonds
diamond and other jewels worth thouandshosaid
ands ho said A few years ago she tookpirty
a pirty of young women to Europe andmid
pJrtr expense When she returned shebowed
bowed mo a necklace of graduated Orintal
ntal pearls worth from 18000 to 110000hich
rthlch she Mid she bought In Europe Sheirought
irought back with hor two dozen mlniaures
turhRnd pointed on ivory of greatlvalue
lvalue Wa framed the two dozen nilnlaurea
urea in itkarat gold and Mrs Chadwickjroscnted
jroscnted them to her trend
We sold to her an Mrs Hoover for severalparesaid
ran said Charles Cheney vicepresidentit
of the MncentBaretow company Whenlie
lie married Dr Cbadwick ehe had thoccount
marrlN
ccount changed to her new name TheIrst
acunt change she became Mrshodwiclt
hodwiclt she aler and said she wan ledto
Cad the doctor a little surprise Soihe
docor lt8
ihe bought tCOOO worth of furniture Rhoook
Ihe
bught SO
ook the doctor to the theatre Christmasive
ive and had the furniture put in duringits
its absence She always paid us promptly
mad we have not Bold to her for severalwn
earewJIv
rKIH
wJIv LOEB S coS mo irvsirt
irt Entire tune or noooo Share of Cleveland
land and FltUburB StockPiuLAi
PiuLAi > FiriiiA Nov 28Tbe Pennsylonla
ania Railroad Company today awardedo
10 Kuhn Ix > eh A Co the 80000 shares ofleveland
Cleveland and Pittsburg stock bids forhich
hich were opened at noon In all thereore
were fifteen bidders the bids ranging fromnr
pfr ftefn but a24 Kuhn tocb V Coa bidf
of 58SJ4 aggregated the greatest amountlieir
their offer being for the entire lot of stockwan
It wan awarded to them The amountcnlized
cnlized from the sale U 1238000nils
nils stock of the Cleveland and Pittsburga
I mm a pedal guaranteed 4 per cent dividendaying
aying betterment stock of that companymier
cmpyl
pvinJ the lease to the Pennsylvania datedict
the Cleveland and Plttsbuigompany
jet 25 1S7I Cleelanr PltRLufj
ompany In obliged to furnish to the leswerom
01JIgN
rom time to time a security either In thE
urm of stock or bonds for the purpose ofrovidlnR
fon
rovidlnR for necessary betterments anduprovement
uprovement to the propertyIn
In pursuance of this obligation the stockoldern
PUnUic
molders have created what is known as Itsl
peels guaranteed betterment stock andtie
tho Pennsylvania Railroad has guaranteedtie
the dividend at the rate of 4 per centCOIfPL4INS
COMPLAINS TO DELMOXTA
I j A Cuvlllter Wanta Subway and ElevatedTIcKcti
Tickets to De interchangeable
Lull A Cuvillicr has written to AuguKplmont
plmont complaining that the refusal ofle
the Intcrborough Company to Act
musters from the Third avenue surfaceneR
neR to the subway Is a hardship to people
In The Bronx And on the upper East Stdjitr
tr Cuvllller also says that most peoplead
hld the Idea that elevated and subwayckets
ckets were to be Interchangeable HeontK
wall to know why tho subway refuses toikn
mike elevated tickets at Imo statlonfLlLnEJJS
I LlLnEJJS COMPLAIX TO JEROME
Plasterers Foremen Threatened and Assaulted
saulted No Evidence VetCliarlea
Charles U Eldlitr president of the Building
Association withpoven
ing Trades Employers ANaton ihlen
len other employers called on DistrictAttorney
Attorney Jerome yesterday to complainagainst
against walking delegates of the PlasterersUnion
Union The plasterers arc on strikeTho I
Tho employers complained that severalof I
of their foremen have bon assaultedAfter
Jerome saidThe I
After the conference Mr lald
The employers had no evidence whichwould
would warrant any action by me Theysaid
said that in several Instances walkingdelegates
I
delegates had said to foremen I youdont
dont do this we will flx you or words tothat Ithat
that effect They had no evidence however
ever to show that these were really threatsYou
You know that thee alleged threats mighthavo Ihave
have been nothing more than that workwould
would bn stopped after the unions hadI
authorize the walking delegates 10 stopwork Iwok
wok In a Igltlmat wayI
I was told that at least three foremenhavo I
have been assaulted on their way home atnight
night but the employers had no evidenceThey IThlY
They didnt have the names of the menwho
who had caused the assault or anythingabout
about them I told them that until I gotI Iome
some definite evidence there a not1ng
I could doCharlM I
Charles L EldllU said laat night Ialways
always make it a rule never to tell anything
thing that happen in the District Attorneys
torneys bppn Jerome is the onlyono
ono who can talk about thatCabbie
Cabbies Reject Employer Cnmpromlie
The compromise offered to the LibertyDawn
Dawn Association of Conch Drivers bythe
the Livery Stable Keeper AssociationIn
In reply to the demands of the latter wasrejected
rejected at a meeting of the union endingat
at 2 A M yesterday A committee of Dieunion
union Informed a committee of the employers
ployers of thin decision at a conferencein
ployet Astor House yesterday afternoonAn
An effort was made to come to a amicableagreement
agreement without result but another conference
I ference will be held this weekTO
TO CfnB A COM IX OF UATrttkt
fake tautly Brnmn Quinine Tthlru AU drcrjilt
jilt refund the money 1 It fall to nirr rHlJt U
Ils lunl
I Owe m 4lDttuit I on rich box te Ad >
1
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REMINGTON TtTEWBmm coDKAff IR
H u
R u uu
DEAN > fvpEiYniTJBn MAKERSIIOSORED I
IIOSORED I
Mn W I JENVEAt
At the WAldorlAstorla last aliht a coinpllmtnlar
mtnlar > dinner and lovlnc cup were tendered tcMr
Mr W K Jenne of limo by time Hoard of Directorof
of the Corporation Wyckofl Seanuns A Ilenedlcmmuftcturers
mmuftcturers ot the Rcmlnrlun T > pewrltenThe
The presentation speech vu made by IruldemHenry
Henry aTer BenedictTne
TOe occulon of the function win the retirement
f rom ale entce of Mr Jenne who for over thirtyyeara
Sears bus been Superintendent cf Ibe KemlnttocTypewriter
Typewriter plant I a Into his hinds that thtnemlnttons
nemlnttons plsced the Cram crude model of I wiltIng
Inc machine as I ws brought to them In 1875 outof
of which has developed under hU supervision thtUborf4vtnr
Uborf4vtnr device wblch has molullonlied commerctal
merctal methods the world overOn
On December lit Mr Jtnne will be retired fromctlvr
actIve service with full pay Itcwlll be appointedResident
Resident Director and will be elected to the AdvlBory <
81 Hoar of the Company He will be succeededIn
In the management of the Works by AasllanManager
Manager John CalderThe
The lovlnc cup bean tbe following InwrlptlonTreienlcd
Treienlcd to V K Jcune December 1st 1604by
by tbe Board of Directors of MYclolT Seaman kBenedict
Benedict on the oecaalon of hU retirement fromactive
active service elrctlon to Ibe Advisor lan andappointment
appointment a Resident DirectorThose
Those present were Mr W K Jeone PresidentHenry
Henry laTer Benedict VlceIresldent Car OWrckoff
Wrckoff Treasurer I Clark Scamiins Secretaryand
and General Manager John f McClaln AwlatantTreasurer
Treasurer Howard D WIn DlRrtor William ITlcknor
Tlcknor Mr henry V Howell of tbe AdvisorDoard
Board and Messrs Clarence W SeamAn J WalterEarle
Earle and John CsldcrTRAFFIC
TRAFFIC LET IOOSK OX HERDewlldercd
Bewildered Ctrl Struck by Anlo Wnrn theNtartlnt
StartIng fllilstle BlewCelia
Celia Levine a young cloakmaker withtwo
two other young women started to crossFifth
Fifth avenue on tho south side of Fortysecond
second street at 5 oclock yesterday afternoon
noon going eastThe
The avenue traffic had been hold up atthat
that moment to let Fortynocond streettraffic
traffic by Policeman Slow took one ofthe
the girls by the arm to escort her acroHSthe
the avenue thinking that all three wouldfollow
follow Ono did but Miss Levine becamebewildered
bewildered and stood stock still in thomiddle
middle of the streetFortyeecond
Fortyeecond street cleared and anotherpoliceman
policeman blew his whistle as a signalfor
for the vehicles In Fifth avenue to moveImmediately
Immediately there a a grout rush andone
one of the first things to forge ahead waxthe
the electric hansom bound up town Itstnick
stnick tho Levine girl knocking hi r downand
and then pushed her along time asphaltand
and across to the north side of Fortysecond
second street before John Lee tIme driverof
of the cab could bring It to a stopThe
The cries of the girl and her companionsand
and the screams of two women in the automobile
8crs
mobile made horse plunge and it R 1
mobio difficulty that drivels preventedrunawayp
runawaypThe
rnaa policemen nt the crossing stbppedtraffic I
traffic on both streets Tho injured girlwaa
woe carried t the sidewalk whiln nhelay
lay there time two women from the automobile ImoLle I
mobile came to her side and asked if therewan
wan anything they could do One of thowomen I
women held Miss Levines head in her lapuntil
until an ambulance CIIIIIH Then they raidoff 1
off the driver of the automobile wnichwas
was a public conveyance and walker
Lee tho driverwas
north in Fifth avenue Jc 1RR
was arrested The doctors nt FlowerHospital
RrfIf
Hospital found that the Levine girl hadbeen 1hen
been badly bruised but her condition wasnot
not thought t b serious She lives at
272 Cherry streetOXSLAfCHT
OXSLAfCHT OV HOIUVN WORKMr
Mrs Florence Kelly Sa > s iris From Storesanil
and Factories Make loOt MolhenWomen
Women arc doing business in the sameold
old way at the mme old stand ale n
Anna Oarlln Spencer at the regular meetingof
of the Womens Conference of the Societyfor
for Ethical Culture at 33 Central Park Westyesterday
yesterday afternoon while the member
who believe that a womans place Is simplyin
in the home to the exclusion of any outside
side industry applauded After MrsSpencers
Spencers opening remarks Mrs FlorenceKelly i
Kelly talked on The Condition of theWomen
Women Wage Earners in Factories andShops
ShopsAfter
After telling of her actual experiences inMrs
shops and factories for the last tEn en
Mrs Kelly sad Glrlx who go t workare
are headed time wrong way for hOI
keepers I believe what Dr MaxwellMVS
save about them being 40000 children Inschool
school who are hmiRry but not frompoverty
I hut liecaiiAo the mothriH do
poverty ltu the mothl notknow
know how to preraro food to give propernutriment
nutriment A girl who has wit In I publicschool
and after that baa 1In
school for years satIn
In a factory for live or six tears IH not fit
to a
factories are unfit to become mother andthe
the founder of home I I
Many of the little children who live Inmy
my neighborhood on the East Side aregiven
given two cents each morning t buy their
breakfast and with that two cents they
buy candy
11 have made a study of the condition ofgirls
girls working in whit Roods mills andfind
find that thol running machines thatmako
mako 4400 stitches a mlniitn last aboutnix
nix months after they have c < iuiroct klj
in their trade Then their pe give out ortheir I
their nerves are co shattered that theybuffer IBuer
buffer from nervous iwllapffl or tuberculo I
losle and other tlirteasesTIFFANY I
I
TIFFANYSTVDIOS
I STVDIOSIn
In view of the Holiday SeasonOur
I I Our Collection ofBRONZE
BRONZE LAMPS
I exccptlonilly varied and attrictlveandli
and h unlike anything t be lounde
e stwhereAs
As Gifts thee Umpsan hudly beexalted
exalted for uldulnC and beauty
351 < o 341 4lh AveONI
ONE BLOCK EAST sMADISOfl fMADJSOIt
MADJSOIt SQVARE
t
THE 01 Ui A TS ADBMOCRATJOT
JOT INDORSE A STRAJOHT lEPllLCt
PVDLICAX FOR MAYORNo
No Thence of That Whatever Ha > t Prelen
len CuttInglEe Cant Say Hlelbrror
or Not It Would Support McCleJIPrimaries
Primaries to De Held In JanuajThe
The Citizens Union began actIve workagai
again lost night when at a meeting of tblcty
city committee reports were receivedtho ofthe
the condition of the districts orgonlzatioand
and preliminary steps were taken tostrengthen
strengthen tho union preparatory tocampaign aompgn
campaign for the election of a nonpartbumunlcipaltlckot
munlcipaltlckot next year At the olowthn > oCthe
the meeting this statement was issuedTho
Tho Citizens Union will take a actband
and positive part in tho next munlclpelection
election Its definite attitude will be detenlned
tcrmlned by Its convention that will meetnexL
next April Tho Union was primarily organized
ganircd to affirm tho principle that thebuslneM
business affairs of municipal corporatloshould
should b managed upon their own merlBunoontroled
uncontrolled by State or national partlennd
nnd It Is believed that public opinion wi
finally demand that in local contests thecleaage
cleavage shall be on local issues and Ibatandldata
candidates be chosen for fitness and not forpartln8hlp
partisanship
Tho Union further contends for largiautonomy
autonomy for this city and for the emploment
meat of that autonomy with 0 broad vieof
of the possibilities of civic and social bctteiment
ment by direct effort The supply of pullio
lio baths dlc libraries recreation plciand
IIbrles
and small playground ore the first BMp
in a policy that practically embodies thetolcltude
practcalr
I
solicitude of the government for tho welfare
far of th chiton This policy far morextn8iely
extensively than in New V ork character
ired the administration of many of theIst
best governed cities of Europe and otcity
Ist cUes Europ
city must pursue It as vigorously ns thopn6ralon
preservation of financial credit will permlTha
Tha Union does not regard Itself 8 thsole
sole reservoir of political wisdom nor thonly
only centre of civic virtue but Is flrmlpersuaded
persuaded that the men who organizeit
perfmar foundation In common nfand
foundato i
and linct patriotism and whether ItBlade
Blade or falls its ambition is to maletain
talus the claim to disinterestedness whicit
dlllltrRtenE8
it has heretofore embodied in Us candidates
dates for officeThe
ofceTbe
The general trend of the talk was thaho
the organization ought to work for thjlection
jlection next year of on Inoepcndent Democrat
rat for Mayor The uaders do not prcr
poo to consider any ticket prepared by thoRpublcans
poe
Republicans and while complimentaryhingB
things were said about Mayor McClellait
it U doubtful if he will get the suppoithe
I the union i eh is rcnomlnatod by Tammany
many HallThe
mny primaries of the Citizens Unionwi
will be primar January when tho new doleRations
Rations from the districts to the city comilUeo
ilUeo will bn chosen while the annulaeotlng
mlllo whie
meeting for the election of officers will boheld
held on the first Monday in February IiFulton
Fulton Cutting will undoubtedly bo reelected
elected president At the April convenIon
Ion I platform will bo dopted and I comnlttee
nlttee will b appointed to rocouimenandidates
andidates to the fall conventionMr
Mr Cutting who presided over the meetng
ng Bald that there had been no talk conrnlng
heMid
rnlng candidates It was to early
aid Asked It a straight Republican tlckerould
would have any chance of tho Union i
lorsement Mr Cutting replied omphatcally
Coolly None whatever that Is altogetheut
out of the questionIs
Mil there any pOI lbmly of the unionndorslng
ndorslng McClellan if he continues to givho
ho city a good adminIstration Mr Cutting
ting was askedI
I cannot say now what the union i
do replied Mr Cutting and in nnsweo
to another question as what he thoughration
personaliy oC Mayor MclellnA adlnl1rton
ration he answered I think the Mayoian
ian been exceedingly industrious and thale
he Is personally honestMr
Mr Cutting added that there me
10 be 0 growing sentiment in the union Infaor
avor of the nomination next year of an inImpendent
Impendent DemocratSCOLDED
SCOLDED GIRL VAXtSIIESruancj
ruancj Cuvered lp by Iottal Cardi Mare
re Work Veniii SchoolKatie
Kale Baker 14 years old was mlssinji
a week yesterday from her home at 136
i Vost 109th street Her mother is thanitress
anitress of I number of houses on the
treet and her father J II Baker has conumption
umptionKatie
Katie who is a pretty girl of slight buildrith
rith light brown hair and gray eyes wanst
mist seen about 330 in the afternoon ol
reached homo fronchool
< ov 21 when she rlRchtd
chool On the morning of that daysimon
when sun started for tin public school iiitmnsterclam
mfiterdam avenue and 100th street heinothcr
mother having suspicions that she hacbeen
been playing truant watched her oneound
found that instead of going toward theIhoolhou60
choolhouBo Bhe turned i tho opposiulirectlon
lirectlon toward Eighth avenue with 0
oung woman who was carrying a babylofore
lofore Mrs Baker could overtake therrho
tho woman had taken an elevated train alho
the 104th street station and Katie star tecin
on her way to pchnolWhen
in time afternoon heinother
When the got home ICeroon
mother scolded her somewhat severelynd
and qtiei tioned her BH to who tho youngoman
oman wan with whom she had been sconti
011 The girl refused to tellnd
In the morning rfld tel
and when questioned nioro sharply pickedp
p her coat and left tho house Mrs Itakernu
lid not think much ui It at the time butthen
then her daughter did not come back attight
tight she became anxious On the clayoIlowin
allowing she went t BOO all tho friendrhom
whom Katie was In the habit of visitingut
hut no trace of the girl could b foundIn
On Saturday she reported the disappearnee
nee to the police of the Wont 100th streetTho
tationThe Tho parents havo found that Katie hadeen
Len playing truant from school sinceeptomlKT
eptomlKT Postal cards purporting to boom
rain her father had been sent to the schooltensing
tensing her absenceShe
She did not dislike books but recently
Rhe had trouble with her eyes and some ofer
her friends urged her t quit school and gowork
10 work The mother wanted her t get anJucatJon
duration and she thinks that ber daughterin
Ii in hiding with noine of these friendsK
II K l STOKES HIS UEEFACTORT
ne cruel Learns Nan of Man Whoie AidKnew
Knew No Stint After Park MlihapAlliert
Albert De Cernoa the hON dealer ofn
2 n West Fiftyeighth street who Is recovrintf
orlnl from I runaway accident In Centralnrk
Pnrk in which he narrowly escaped losing
hi s life has just learned tho name of thervod
noel Samaritan who picked him up after
hA had received a dangerous scalp woundnd
and serious bruises and took him to ROOAOnlt
alt Hospital for treatment i beneictbr
ictbr was William E D Stokes of thensonia
> nsonia HotelMr
Mr De Cornea was exorcising a greennre
hOr attached to a nine bout in the Park
on Cov 5 and was accompanied by one ofin
h employees The home became unnvenuible
nvenuible on the easterly drive near thobellsk
bellsk and began to rear and plungeantlolly
antlolly Mr D Cornea managed tou
Avoid collision with any of the vehiclesat
thL thronged the driveway but finally
tho horse threw himself backward In aap
hfap In trying to extricate himself Mre
D Cerne tryng kicked In the head andlocked
knoke out of the runabout and then theirse
bOI rUn over on himMr
Mr Stokeoa carriage was passing Boimped
10Jlmped
imped to the cre the wounded manilped
ilped lift him Into the carriage wrappeds
hi s overcoat about him orag ordered bisiver
river to hasten to Roosevelt Hospitalicre
There he had the Injured man sent to aivate
ivate room and upon learning his nameent
riot to the Hotel Carlton Fiftyfourth
reeL and Broadway and broke the newsS
to Mrn anr CmEa whom he took to heri
1mobmdj bedside at onceDuring
During the time that Mr De Cemea wasI
I the hospital Mr Stoke celled upon himilly
oily but mod tly declined to urn hiskutity
iitlty Mr lo Cert > a hai juM lesrnNlSlolo
1 Slolo nniin Irotn the hi > rillrl fIr
Ir ll
If
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1t Trttt MlnEmbroidering
j
EmbroiderinInitials
I Initials andMonograms
MonogramsTo
To Orderhas
has been a specialty at Uj eLinen
I Linen Store for many yea
Letters Monograms Crests Idindividual
individual designs are worked out Iin
in perfect detail by the very bestneedleworker
nccdlcworkcrs
Our specimen books which weare
are always pleased to exhibishow
show hundreds o different designs
signs styles and sizes of lettersingly
singly and combinedWe
I
We also publish a leaflet containing
taining a large number of illustrations
trations of Letters and Monograms
grams specially suitable for use 01Ladies
Ladies and Gentlemens Handkerchiefs
kerchiefs which we are pleased tcthail
mail upon request
Work intended for the Holidays
days should be ordered at ondto
to insure the best work amprompt
prompt deliveryThe
The Linen StoreJamesMcCutcheonC
JamesMcCutcheonC
14 West 23d StreetBOWERY
BOWERY PEEP SHOWCASED UP
IT1REE
THREE POLICEMEN IVEST1GATA
A ROW 01 PElT CARIXETSEach
Each Cabinet Compelled to Disgorge alcat
Scantily Draped Woman The WentiOrdered
Ordered to Dress and Go HomeProprirtors
prlctor of the Now Show ArrettiA
A new Idea in chows blossomed brieflon
on the Bowery last night The poHoemion
there might be somethlnworth
thought
on post thor migh b eomelhlngworh
worth investigating where the mob surgewith
with such ardent interest and sent the tI1around
around to Capt Flood at the Eldridgstreet
street elationCarpenters
Carpenters have been at work at 23Bowery 7Boer
Bowery for several days tinkering up thplace
place and a oilcloth sign flapping ovethe
the door bore the legend Palace of Ulusions
sions Admission Free Last night tinwindow
window coverings were removed and therwas
was displayed the usual Bowery pennjshow
show place Phonographs and welghlnimachines
machines lined the left hand wall and a bigphonograph
phonograph horn pointing toward thedoor
door droned out hoarse tuneTho
Tho real attraction lay in a row of tallpainted
cabinets on the right These were brightypainte
painted boxes about seven feet tall and ayard
yard 1ideand as deep a a ball lJrmOn
On thai front of each a a narrow peephole 1hole
hole and a coin slotA
A line of men long as the Tenth streebread
bread line stretched from the cabinetaround
lne
around the room to the door and the main
in the cashiers box at the entrance did abri9k
cMbers
brisk business of trading pennies for silverAbout
About 8 oclock Capt Flood and two olhis
hl Abut arrived The captain butt
into the line and dropped a penny Into eloNo
Jnny
Int
No 1 The slide dropped from the peejholn
hole and for 1 short minute the capUlteazxKl
gazed He didnt nay what he saw builin
Jaw Interested His place was qulckljtaken
taken by each sleuth In turn He wen1down
down the line and paid for hU minute alcabinets
cabinets 2 3 and 4Considerately
Considerately waiting for his two aideto
to finish the tour Capt Flood arrestedthree
fnRh
three men who seemed to be running thingsThen IThen
Then hind ren attacked the cabinets from D Ihind
hindNo 1 disgorged I large woman In a rocunion
union suit fall draped with A soarlelnephisto
nephisto cloak From the others camnore
moore women one In pink fleshing and nothIng
fOhn
mor
Ing else another in a low cut gown andho
tho fourth In the costume of a ballet dancerHe
He ordered the women to get dressed andjo
jo home The men he took around t tbeitotion
station on the charge of running a commonihow
ihow without a licenseThey
They described themselves aa Marti
tferoer William Robeon and William Roylolds
molds They were all balled out Thehow
how was closed upNew
New Press dub OfBeenThe
The New York Press Club elected thesefficnrn
fficnrn lost night George H Rowe of tharooklyn
rooklyn rime president James Elardenbergh
lardenbergh Charles Maltland Bettlend
Jardenbrgh Abarbanell vlcepreelrientgValter
Valter Scott recording secretary JaroeJ
Waltr Sot secretary Benamin >
C Rumen corresponding Irtar BnJAln
aniln Nathan financial secretary EdwardPidgoon
Pidgoon treasurer George I McAdtmibrarian
1 Plron
ibrarian trustees to serve three yeanirthur
lbrrn Benmgton Edward Drew andlarleii
Cle D PUtt to serve one year James
J A Haaaon
HnDu
Ulluard 1 IthacaITOACA
ITOACA N Y Nov 28 Winter came1th
ITAC4
wIth a roar to Itbaxia and vicinity todayn
In a three hour blizzard Four inches ofmow
thf bU
mow fell which made good sleighing lahe
g
Ihl country districtTHEODORE
i THEODORE A KOHN
I f SON JEWELLERSBROOCHES
I BROOCHESE
E have always made afeature
i ME feature of our stockof
of low priced GoldBrooches
Brooches This season theassortment
Brooes Tis
teasortmet
assortment is more Originaland
and Attractive than we naveever
ever show
BROOCHESqGold
qGold fEnmd
1 JO t 30 175 to 30q
q Buckle Pe
190 to 9 250 t 36q
9 Mourning Q Ad
1 o 30 475 to 3
And UpwardsExcellent
UplExclent
Excellent in QualityON
ON FIFTH AVENUEnt
nt THIKTT SECOND STREET
I
Even h Ponce de Leonfound
found the spring of eternalyouth
te sprng
youth of which he dreamed hemight
might not have been able towear
wear our u youths clothesFor
For in marking clothes welimit
limit youth strictly to menf
of 32 > 33 and 34 inc chestregardless
regardless of ageFor
For them we cut suits of patterns
terns more chipper than mostlarger
larger men wearFor
For them we make suits of imore
more pronounced style thanstouter
stouter men aflcctExtra
Extra lucky they are becauseeven
even for patterns the same a inlarger
larger sizes the youths sizesare
are always 2 or 53 lessROGERS
ROGERS PEET y COMPANy
ass Bro4war ear Ware
opfxuUe City JUIItil
1 Droadirir cor tsthand We nil orrt nEXCELSIOR
and UO to MS 4th Art1W h mush
1W Broadway cor tUSand
and al W a Fs SIEXCELSIR
EXCELSIOR IIQUID POLISHA
A Very Superior ArticleFOR
FOR CLEANSING AND POLISHINGSterlloi
Sterlloi SIc Plated Ware PUteQlm
Qlm WladoWk and MlrroriF
Fe tale byJEWIS
JEWISISO NGEI
ISO A 183 West 43d Street and
1SK West 4ltt St Men VorkDetweta
Detweta Cob Avenue and lroadlSCHIEFFELj
SCH1EFFELIS GET 111Tbt
Tnltf Wto Had Had Two of 1 1 SpMlcfffllnt
llnt OrrrooBti Comet for a ThirdLinwood
Linwood Taylor an ciglitcsnyesroMnejrro
negro was sent two week ago to Mm homeof
of William Jay Schlpfrelln Ht f Bin SixrvnUth
sixth street to deliver a gown After TarloiS
lor had gone one of Mr Schleffrlinn overcoats
coats was missed from the cloakroomA
A few days later Taylor deliveed anotherparcel
parcel at the house Mr SchlelTelin loct afur
fur automobile coatTaylor
Taylor had no more orrandR and fo hedid
did up a package of his own to deliverinto
He delivered It last night and was slippittainto
when the butler rRnldhm
into the cloakroom butlfr rabljoilhelp
him The butler sat on him and called fnrhelp
help Other Rnrvwita ran to MR ride HSdid >
did members of the HchiefTolin family anilraylor
Taylor was handed over fo this > ollce Thepackage
package Taylor haul delivered containedi
i ragged coat 1 china saucer find a broUenSflliSS fSIc
glass lXWlItalian
Italian Poit office for oran e nORAGE
OBAKOE N J Nov J8 Postmasterlerman
herman B Walker of Orange hw rstnbisbed
isbed a special post office for the Italiann
lebe pt
In EfMex avenue the centre of the ItalianUitriot
Ex An ItalIan will h put In chargeetters
of the office and It t thought Ihnt mHM
letters which the postal officials find diftrulty
ulty In delivering will reach their detitationa
nations more speedily Orange has I verwge >
large Italian populationIts
Its Easy f oGet
GetJoKtvJameson
JoKtvJamesonIrisk
yes IIIrish
Irish yApply
Apply toNearest
Nearest DealerW
W A Taylor < Co gts Z9 Ifwuy NBUINFSt YBimiNBfM
BimiNBfM MOTICKSMr
in Wlntlaw Hoolhlnc Snap for chlldrnthlnr
tetbing MfteKi the gums reduces lnn mm ilonl
lIars run cure wInd colic dl rrhd 2 6c A dottlDIED
DIEDARNES
ARNES Suddenly at pnrumnnlt no MooilcNov
Nov 2 at his tMldcncc 14 Ilrtrci ntBrooklyn mlBrcuokiyn
Brooklyn Alfred CuUrr DaDe In the fieyctr
yeas of his agePurmarsi
funeral service W 1nt d T ot 2 1 A o i IlrPmbjUrlui
Presbyterian Church Henry at near Ilfrrpant
pDt lirookl TSouth
IHRWIND time 271h t1 at tar rrIdDrc 1
South itt > t Phtisdeiptdaia Augusta Chlotto >
lotto widow of John Btrnlnd t her Md rruMMJ utlra
ruMMJ errieci In St Jimt Churn Md iriWtlnut
Wtlnut U on WtNa Nov m at ioclock
oclock In termoot private I leae omit flowerOUQIA83
OUQIA83 Al TbomuvlUe Oa Nov J4 IWKBe
Be ama D aoa of K and Sirs lloberiDun
Dun Douglass IJewtllm Park Orancr NJtausi
Futrtl aerrlrts will be bt4d at the residents othU
lt father O Tuesday Nov ia at J 3 1 Ao
on the arrival ot the tse train from Nw iortvia
t D L and W I I
ETTHETCH Svddralj on Monday roornlnrNov
Nov 2 Mia fettreuh titdow ot Jamsregretch
ret
Puoeral lervteo from herlatr ruldrno Si Wo17t
17th tM 0 Tuefday evening Nov > aodoc todoek
odoek ItTICt at cenTeclence of the tlmrOIIBud
IBB finddealr Nov M In h 7lh rear Ibhmood
mood rounrr MO of J nirhmood and EralljUaUtcwi
Mathews ClbbPrtrat
Prtrat mO win b held Towdar 1 4a VU
a t reddnae of b rudfatber 71k Oafv
av kr
HONNOTOn fridij Nov U Sarah EVa
wife ot i late James JohonnotFraeral
Fraeral aervtce at Ie rtsldcnct of br ten flItw
W t D Scott at StawneeonDtlavtrrToudar 3Toed7
Toudar moraine Nov 2tDORH
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2 1 JoaUfl WorM In the Ud trot
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InUnawl at Woodlawn Cmetcrr NeW TorVeo
eo Thundar Biorelog Boo 1BBINS
DhnutitOn Monday flow W t lbs 7th rerf
Cf hT act Eraser Carroll daufbltrofllfrbiDanlo
Danlo and Helen canon RobbtntPmtnl
Pmtnl aerrtw will be held at tbe Chnrch ef MIrnaOui
IrnaOui tot t t dtr at tbe ronvraltnrrof
of lbs family tuitlnore and Boston p riplaaMcopr °
plaaMcoprrANOB
pa CFIU
IU Ratnrdar Nov 2 In nil Seth 751ttiDda
Uv6 i U Swan husband ot Anna I Swanim
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at Brooklyn ea TV erf ar afternoon at 4 odofkFrUadi
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Utenaot A Oolekxter ConnTTOR
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