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tho White tHe Ilou lIouu r llulldoc lIundo and ttUe ttUertrmlnltcMirr GIHRfmlnhltnr Ghertemtnhenec
rtrmlnltcMirr of Coopers oo ra Leather Leatheritorklnc 1 IeatherIoekIii < Allltr AllltrIlotldn
itorklnc IoekIii and nd Two President Presidentlit r ldtnll ldtnllIII
lit ti Excellency n 1fnc Jule K Jiieserand Jiieserandnit JUelfrandmhaMador Jtzeqant1rnhuiador
nit mhaMador > 4 ador of France ran nibbled at the thebud IheIlId thelus1
bud of Ix Iltol > tos Club hospitality and at atth atIh atth
th full flavor of Ioton Club wit last lastit Illllttllh ag agnniI
tllh it until of a midden h hot found hlm hlmui
tf r ui danger of being beguiled l gulled of hia hiaalrthright hlftt hbtrthrfght
alrthright t hrlght of nationality nationalityWhen
When that wio w1 iJI old Ulyseen waa among amongth
th kilo eaten ate ho li found himsalf himsalfin hlm IC ICIn
in In n i a > ie tipert periite tOrat > position ald M Jtis Jtisruiul juseiuI Ju
ruiul He eald that there waa danger dangerin
in tiaying too long Ion among thn thfllotoe lobe eater eaternr ealefllfor eatenVr
for nr tn u eating with them one forget hi hiumeland hiuU hbvaUV
umeland uU land lIre lleream am I in dangerforthe dangerforthecicht dangtr COI tho thoIluhl
cicht of forgetting forgettingBut
But the Ambassador Amha aador of ranchad FranchadAft France ranchadIAffi had hadtA
tA Aft ff > alarm too late The Th spirit of the theSTC4 theIt
STC4 It iiniDR IIIUfl hall of the Ix 1010 > tos Club Iuh which whichi
i IIH h spirit In the th painting which line liner IIn IInI
I r rd vine covered wall wall seized Idzt ee ized M Mirtenind 1 1Jurad lJurand
irtenind Jurad and ad he ituccumlx lulumll iiuceumhcdlhe d
Tht 1 lhe he 1 peech > > eech h that tt the the guest gUtt of the thl nights nightsittTtAfnment nlghtatnlrllnmlnt nlghtsent
tnlrllnmlnt ent ittTtAfnment delivered dllver wan wal one on calcu calculated calCl calClLltl cilcuMPI ¬
lated Lltl more to Insure his permanent pnllent reten retenMn relln rellnn retenIn
Mn n in the te Lotos Lto land Jd than to servo u asun ur40I uuThm
un r40I uThm om The Th wUe w diplomat diplomt from Wash Washin Wi Vahn1crn
IItOn n1crn in who known ao intimately Intnalely things tm of ofth oCII ofih
th II literature and tho national nationa life lCe of the theAngloSaxons theADaloSona theAn1oSa2ofls
AngloSaxons ADaloSona delivered delver a 1 speech IPh of such suchfragile luc authraiIe
fragile fralt delicacy delCC of wit that tt landing ldig that thattpeech tt tth thatpcch
h with hooks In column
tpeech wit hoks a cluln of priut priutnmst printIU priutnut
nut IU I necessarily n eariy be b > almost destructive d trucUvo
1 have heard b a that lht your president is ison II IIDC i ion
on of C the lights Ihta of the law Mid M Mjuserand MJrand J J1Hrad
juserand 1Hrad with a bow 0 to President Ident Frank FrankK Jrnk JrnkR
R Iawrenc lwlnc who had Just introduced introducedthe IntroduNd IntroduNdl
the l VmboMAdor mboT with one of hi IIA neat little littleRays ltl llttknoaye
noaye Rays of compliment complmena but I believe believead Ilev Ilevitfad tw1ievin4ead
cOllay itfad in4ead ad that tht he u Lu a portrait painter A Aportrait aportrait
prralt plntra plntrartralt
portrait rtralt painter pitfr who paints pits the th sort Iwr of ofirturo oCflturo oftrture
flturo irturo that tbt ha thinlu thlnk the subject will willli 1
li > Your You president preldnt ho rejuvenated rejuvenatedI rtjunatf1 rtjunatf1m
m I am become the Handtome
a bme hdlom young youngnan youngman
man that you see in I this thll complimentary complimentaryitbngraph complmenta ounl
lithograph on the menu menuBefore menuRCore menuRerora
llbogap Before the te Vto t members membr and friends of ofh ofth C CIh
Ih h club eub who were WtO dining dlniR a had h recovered recoveredrom rfwr1 rfwr1frm rcoverIfrom
frm from rom their teir laughter lutr M 1 Jiuwerand JUrand began begantell blan blanI begant
I tell 11 of the to first fnt thing thln he had ha known of ofhia ofIh1 ofihia
hia Ih1 America mme which wblh he hf nod ha come eml no much mucho muehtllov
tllov In o love In his bl father faUlrft library lhray there thlr wax waxa WI wasret
a MI t of Sir Walter WU Scott St in red and a acf net netr 1 1rf
r rf cf > f James Jam Fenlmore Femol Cooper Copr in r6 blue 1 11ublue The Thelue
hlle blue > lue had ha won the to heart he of the youthful youthfuliwserand vouthfulluMor
luMor 1 iwserand iwserandThrough usergn4Through
luMorTuG Through TuG those to books hkslhO bookathn thoe wonder wonderill wondl
tnt ill blue hlu Ixxiks llk1 bookI I learned 1mf l arn d first fft of Doer Doerlayer nrIaye l r ruilsyr
layer Iaye and a LvatherMorkmg LtIOing and i < i my I love loveor 10 10for lovefor
for or them was W tremendous trOflol One On of our ourranch ourrcb ourFrench
ranch rcb critic ctiC wan w quite fui right rilln when he heexplained h hsple hexplinid
explained sple the t great Ir1 vogu of uf C Cooper Copr in inranee inFra toFrance
Fra France ranee by saying yinl that tuich 1h wonderful wonderfuliterative w wondrftiilitrsture > rrCul rrCullteatu
iterative lteatu comma cming from Crm a land lnd of Indian Indianand Indil lnltanand
and crude cue fighters fglfn caused Cled such surpn urpria t1rprue t1rprueas e ea
a as Robinson bln Cnutoe CMW experienced when hn he heliscoTr h hrile hoilieeovered
rile ilieeovered liscoTr d the footprint ptnef of Friday
M 1 Jusaerand Juunmd then drew rw on hi h remi reminiscences reminiecencee ml mlmcnC ¬
niscences mcnC of his rlnst lrt view of New S York Yorkwhen Yorl ork orkwhen
when hn many years Ylan after arll the th epoch fl > eh of r the theatherstocklng thpIsahretoklnl theathetctklng
Isahretoklnl atherstocklng wonder wondl he came here IIre to torepresent torfl tor1rent
represent rfl t hl hil his republic republicMy rpblc rpblcI
My I Impression ImprloM upon tirct flt view of ofe nrYork ofew
e ew r York were WfrA varied varll the Ih AmbacKvdnr AmbacKvdnrud
ud with a catch of droll drol merriment in ini I tuhi
hl i voice olc 1 do not mean mlan that I think thinka Ih lk
a 1 skyscraper krlcPr standing alone aloul i le a beauti beautiful ball
ful rull n I the th Louvre Llvre hut standing ndlnt in n Brook Brookvn Jrook JrookIn ItrookIvo
In vn Bridge Arde of an n evening venin and looking ofT ofTt ol nITat
at t the skyscrapers kYlcrpfn against AIlnft the Ih MID 11 one onecomething nn nnjomlthlng oneomethin
comething jomlthlng unique in nil II the thE world worldM wnhl wnhlIJland
M I IiiwrinJ IJland took to the th oreixion OcwII1 gra r ely clyset 11 11I elyto
to > set I at a rest rft a malicioui maldou hr Ih1 lttwl > l nnd to torhthilitate 10rhahiaatf torhhilitate
rhthilitate rhahiaatf a I noble nohlf character chnrcr trnlucid trnlucidlit thui thuiaid
lit said aidI aldIt
It I has ben n mentioned in the hI papers papershit perersthat
hit a 1 member mlmhr of the Ih White t House 1011 Pr fimily CII CIIt faoniivhii
t hii been tn nt n war with wih me mf The Thf bulldog hlldn hlldnI huiidnl
M I Jussemnd rolled mll the tone tln in houll Thoullig houlloc Mul
1 ig oc < I Pet who hn ha hau be hn n > otd id on onccasion 01 oncaInn
o > ccasion llnnl to I hnve hl put I me m ip 11 a tree re Oar On Onor Oarfor
for or all al I denv this til story tlr I know k nnw Ppto Pptoo 11
o f be b a gentleman Qntpman I know I now bin hil manner manD to toperfection 10I
perfection perfectionrrom rltlon rltlonfrm
rrom frm this merry mpf strain trin the Ih Ambassador Ambassadorook AmhIulor AmhIulorn
ook n a turn tur to serimmnrsM rOf aa I he h told the theluh th thIlb theiuih
luh Ilb member mebr of the great I at regard rlll he h had hador badfr hidfr
fr or two American AmprCn Amo can Presidents PresidentsI IrldlntA
1 name nme no names nmM but I mean ma Theodore TheodoreInosevelt T TheodoreRoosevelt < Jor JorRnnIelt
Roosevelt RnnIelt and ad Mr 11 Taft Tal M 1 Ju Jt Juaserand Juaserandadded erand erandWed er nd ndatdl
atdl parenthetically parentheticallyThough
Though Toug pnthetlcaJv pnthetlcaJvToug with the President ffldlntl and with wit withth
Ih he Secretaries SrtO of State I have some someinres Im ImIr snmttn
ttn inres Ir had ha to have hve discussions discussion discussionver dilcnion dilcnionvr discussionspvr
pvr > ver schedules bful for instance IItlC during duringvery dunnevery < habl
very 1 such discussion dlaion we have hl all al and andfh andrh an anearth
earth fh of Ic us been n conscious cniGua of the thl abiding abidingrenri ubldi
frIendshIp renri rlnclblp hip underlying uderling
Besides Ali the address adl of welcome welcm which whichresident whichPr whichPresident
resident Pr tnt Laurence lurnc madtt mao there tere wets weimany WI wetsrany
many 1 < n1 felicitous ClIetou8 cpe speeches che couched cuchpt in inerms InIrl intrms
erms Irl honoring hnnorng honoringthe the tft Ambassador AmbMdor rM of tC France lnC FrancsIhanlemagne
hirlemagne fhullmace Tower Towel former tonlr Ambofwador Ambofwadoro mbadorCrany
to o Germany Crany eninany held hlld M 1 Jusserand JUNrlnd up iut iuthe 1 asths
he Ih example smple of the Ih modern moer diplomacy diplomacywhIch
whIch work in truth trt not falsity faaity and pre1 pre1nee Pf1 pre prene
In nee ne < Gen Oln Stewart Htwar L I Woodford WoCor th thr IhJT the theR
JT R > r E n > I i 8tir Stlrss Hamilton Hamiton Wright WrightfAhie Wlit WrightMahi i
fAhie Senator nator Chauncey Chuncy Depew Dpw nnd the ther th thP thePv
P Pv > r Percy Plrc S Grant Ort were we others othlt who whoaiided whoalt whoadded
added alt to 11 Jl 1 Jufsernnds Ju rnda welcome welcomemong wllcmp wllcmpmonR welcomemong 4
mong those thO who dined dlno were wernieorge wf wereAd
nol ieorge Ado Ad Jult Jules t > S Rach Bch William Wilam tuillaamCrr I Irr I
rr rr P Costello C tlo D T Davis Fred Fr W WodRe Wfl WrKie I
odRe fl lames Jm F Donnelly Onnly William Williamdw Wiiam I
Etara l4warda dw rds Street 8alt StreetCommiesloner Commissioner Commi lonlr C Engel Engelird nlpl
hard hrd George Grge Evans Evanl William WIIm T Evans EvanuIt I IU I
U I H Gaines Gainol B J Greenhut Grnhut H S Hun Hunrford lun Ilsunprford I
rrlod prford rford John J Jenkn Jenkl F E F Lecompte LecompteI
I A I ehmaier Charles ChrlM F J Macxan MacxanT 111an 111anT
T Moffett Iolt J H Northmp Sor h John F Fnoiirke f
Orurk noiirke It n L I Shalnwnld Samuel Samueluitermyer SnlP
tnlrmyer tfltermyeranol uitermyer and Alphonsc P I Villa VillaH 1 1nn
H MOR io nn FLAY iq E < IT 1 T 11 nARD nxt no noTreliwOdy I ITrlswney Inf
Trlswney of the hI WelU eIIs I This Years YearsIMTerlnK TearsOffering arl
Offering OfFne by b Toilette Col CoIIc < 0rh 0rhn irl irljunior IrIoljisi
n junior jnlol olaiM olA nt I Barnard lamard gave a a5rfrmancB arfrmncA asrlrrynancs
5rfrmancB of Tr Tlawny l wney of th the Wells Wellsi Wlll Weflsstrday I 1
strday i rdiy rtiY afternoon aflmon in the Ih college col theatre theatrennntatiis thPlr thPlrnln theatreOstanos
nnntatiis ° nln von TVahl hl a S as Tnm IVrrnrA IVrrnrAinappreciated nnrb
b I inappreciated nalprpcated actor actaI und lover was wnsi wasns
1 ns i nr Ir of the thl performance prormanc Clid CIul lad in a ahahhy ase I Ierr
err shabby velveteen IlvOtn jacket and long longef lonl i
C ef M 4wi i trousers trnuA she Ih looked lokt the th part partrri pnrtIr parta1
rri Ir save I a humorous humoroul yet pnthetu fthptw in intTpreruion I totpreatlon
tTpreruion rpolon of it Mildred ldr1 Hamburger HamburgerV Uamhlrlpr IIamtnurprTrloucnei
V llor 1 Trrlavnty Trltne1 wa wal was pretty IrUy and ald ile d dfI dtagy i ihere I IIrA
fI I tagy y
1 here IrA w ws > s a flighty fhhty stagestnicU lalPAtnlck heroine heroiner hroinpo heroinearFd
po r d in I pink crinoline crlnoln A t Wiln WiIsonp Vil oni who whorp who0r
rp 1 > inHtantlr rnllanty and the unilil lual boarding IxwirrliriRnii hoarln
hl hlI nii ke kelsr p r lfrs ir 1 Mo Jlou fL L Mordecnvi Mordecnvij lardfnvl I IIn
j In t o regards rlur reger her boarders an her family i in
n linnr tnhln scene ICne in I th the first frAt net netost Ict Ictt actCa
Ca ° ost t efT Tsitivs flh jiivrt for u I real 111 cold cld rhirketj rhirketji chickl
r rv i rarvefl and eaten appeared for forr Carr
aMr Anr apParod
r r Fl H rit I 11m mw on th > lUrnard lLmard stage stagei tll
i I money derived drvd from the Ih play will willlvofed wi willto
lvofed 1 to the Ih expenses of the th junior juniorind Juniorinl
0 inl und the Ih year 1 xp liook Ilkoth bookboth both of which whiche whichr
e ir trbt r > r to hang han on the Ih ragged rallI edge djl of ofKriptcy ofIi
Ii 4 Kriptcy IVrformances Jrnnanc will wil be given givent pivn pivnt
t ifornoon rlon and Ind evening eveninga nln nlnalnn
I < a alnn > lnn Theatre 111 IAaf Leaie ra e Salt JI OUmltfrtt OIlluf flIunIsrdrreilate i iAprellnte
Aprellnte rrlnl Division Iijion of Ih the Supreme Supremer ulrm ulrmr uaureme uauremer
r ve Yesterday terday dismi fIJmiI1 dismisieui < ed a suit It broughl broughleph hrfl hrnughtseph
tseph eph rh W V JurolM Jarl of the hI Shubrt Shubertff to ant toI i iter
t I ter 1 tiniv 10V > from rrun Henry Ipnr II I Slr on the thetr t tv IIr
tr v ind Ir that h h hi < p p1 fMl1 id Sire ir that amount amounlI j I Ihe
hw I lease I of th 11 iteino Thnatrn Thi 1 but butnd hl tIitnot
nd nr that Hire did nut 11 < nlrnl llr1 the ah lease 1I3 I IM trpl1
M replied rpl1 thHt tie MinbertM hIIrt merely merelyihH mrIehHd merelyvhssol
ihH ehHd ed any Iny rights rllh he h hud i < lbs h I loswt loswtt ai aiI < I II
I I that hn h was 0 not ti is J be h o hold liable labl for formoney forrnJney
1 money mJY if the courts curl dovided h he hail no noi I rtorhti t
1101 rhti i In th leaxn II i ihn
I I IIachu IM5anetIttlftl
M5anetIttlftl Iachu 1 Dine Dinehe ln lnnl
hn nl twentyfifth twntytUh antiiiil nlll1 reunion and andoj anflI andLOer
LOer oj r I of tlw fit MaiuuichuxotlM Aericultiiral A AgrlcutltttralcCoe rlCllttl rlCllttllie I Iroi
roi cCoe lie ge Club of Vew S aw York was a held IW last Uwtjjht 11t lastt I It
jjht t at the thl Hotel 1011 St 1 DenlM rnl About Aboutof hol hojthty
hty ay of the th alumni of th Amherst Amhersttiion mhfI mhfIUtIJl0n moerst moerstUtfliofl I
tiion UtIJl0n were tre there anil among the then theosrs h hl
osrs n > rs rl wes lf the th pre prsid id ldml nt Dr amoll r K Klyon nyon
l Butterfleld BUUlrfelli George Grgl Ir fl Cortelyoii 1
11111 IJLIel l l WilUrrl Willrd president pnldlnt of th aM Ifailll Ifaillland 1 haitir
lr r and ond Ohio Railroad lroc and a1 Prof PrC PrCfr
r ty f Chandler fr of Columbia Collmbia Uni Unir Unlt1
JUde U l Iomb pombe Hears Argument Arlumt on the thellatnmenteln Ihf thtIlatumerstein
llatnmenteln lammnt ln Injunction InjunctionMme InJuneUon3Iml inJunctIon3lme
Mme LuindTetrazzini Iula lula Ttrazlnl Tetrazzini and Oscar Ot Ham Hamtnerstein nammlflla Hammenutein
tnerstein mlflla ln NU N In i the United UnltO State Circuit CircuitCourt CIfit CIfitour CircuitCourt
Court our a good po part pn of yesterday ftery after afternoon afterroon ftlr ftlrron ¬
noon ron listening latlnll to their thlll respective rfpITP counsel counseltell c couaseltell 1
tell 11 Judge Lacombe IAmb why the singer eier should shouldor
or shouldnt bo t allowed alowP to sine in Inrnco Son SonrrancUco
rrancUco I rnco on December m 1 IS l The singer singerwas elncr elncrI ringerwas
was Wa gowned jaf1 in black and Id wore wor a big
hat surmount surmounted M d with black ostrich h plumes plume
I She 8h was WI in cheerful chrul mood moodMr moodMr 0tr
Mr 1 Hammenttein lammltin mo i taiIng < dng transferred IralCfr
I hi his opera Orl interests Intrft t tb t Metropolitan Metropolitanauthorities IlftroJlta Metropolitanauthorities
authorities Authoritf Mme 111 TetraMiuil Ttra ll thought she ahl shewas showas
was WA frre Cr to go eUowh elhor elsewltere r According
to her hlr Lawyer lwr j0 when whn Mr 311 Hammerstein Uammentln Acrng
faile CalII failed < l to state tatf in definite defnlte tera terms that he howanted hewnt1 hewanted
wanted to renew renl her contract ontla sho con concluded cn coneluded ¬
eluded duced that thu he ho was fm Cro to make new newengagements newtngacempnl newCngIgufleflts
engagements tngacempnl She Hhf opened engage engagements engagements cge cgempnt ¬
ments with wih William Wilam li I ojnf Leahy which whichresulted whiohnulo whichrestilted
resulted nulo in her signing tlgnlng a contract ontr to give givea Klva
a s series riea rl of concerts COnCrA under Mr 111 Leahys Leahysmanagement Lhy Leahy
management manaJtmlnt at t the thf rate ratf of IJSOO 121 for each eachconcert Nh NhcnCr eachconcert
concert cnCr the flr first IC t to be 1M given on Decem om ¬
her br IS t 5 at the th opening opnlnl of the thf new nfW Dream Dfa ¬
land lad Hall 11 in Son an Francisco Fancllo
On her hlr arrival aal from Europe Eurp Hammer Hammersfein lammr lammrtleln Hammerstein
stein tleln procured Ilror a preliminary prlmin injunction injunctionagainst Injuncton InjunctonaKalntt injunctionagainst
against aKalntt her ht1 singing Inling for Mr II Leahy Ly Argu Argument Arg Argualvin ¬
alvin yesterday was on making makhll it Ilr rerznaflent > er ertnonent
I tnonent tnonentJudge mAn znaflentJudge
Judge Judll Lacombe locmo gave counsel cunil until unl I
3 o clock oclOk thin afternoon aftmon to toflle file flf briefs briofnThe briefsThe
The Court will wi probably prohbly decide dtdde the matter matteron Iatel
on Monday MondayOF Yonda YondaTIS MondaySEWS
Frohman Frhman Vl lit lt 111 Ill Mian sIsestI Vetts Victoria Victoriato Ietort Ietortto
to Return ReturnCharles ittuniCharles tr
Charles harl Frohman rhma goes RD to Buffalo Butalo today todayto tod
to ho b present prnt at the first Mt appearance appara of ofMiM orIL ofMiss
Miss IL Billie Biie Burke at the Star SIal Theatre Twalre in inhor Inh1 inher
her h1 new play plT called 11 Suzanne Suzan which whichhas whichh whichhas
has h been bon adapted apt from the th French Frenchoriginal Frencltoriginal rencl renclnrgin
original nrgin l of ronson tontn and ad Wichelor Wkhelel by byC
C Haddou Hadan Chamber hn l From trm Buffalo BuffaloMr Dufalo DufaloIr
Mr Ir Frohman Frohmn will I go K to Toronto Tornto to ar arrangn arrn arreligo
rangn rn with Ith Mli 1 Maudo Iaud Ailamn d3m certain certaindetails certaindntits naln nalnI
details detall for thc Ih production pruction of Chantecler Chanteclerin Chtllel
I in New York On Thursday Tunay Mr Ir Frohman Frohmanwill Frhman FrhmanI
will wi leavo IpATt Toronto TorontO for rol Atlantic IMtl City Citywhere Citywhf Citywhere
I where whf Ml MIss II Annie Uuswll IuI will wi appear appr in int Inh
t he h first fnt performance prona of the new play playTh ply plyT playThu
Th T Impostor Impwr by I Leonard r Merrick Irrck and JindMichael
I Michael 1iha1 Morton Iorn Tills 111 is tho th first fnt work workof wor
Merrick who In well known knownin
of U Leonard IAlmn Iorrc whO 1 wel know
I in England InJlald for his hi novels and short shortutorie rhor shorttoniee
i utorie 110111 mostly of stage tag life lr lit to find ita itaway Itaa it itway
way a t to to the th American mria stage tag After Aftfr wit witnessing wlt1 witneesing ¬
nessing MIss 1 R ussolls uI first frt night nlsht in inAtlantic InI inI
I Atlantic tlnlo City It Mr 11 Ir Frohman rhmal will wi join the thecompany tle tlecmpn thecompany
company cmpn that ahat U to t appear appr in The Tfl Foolish FoolishVirgin Folsh FolshInln FoolishVlrgin
I Virgin with Ith Mrs I lrs Patrick latrlck Campbell CampbellMlso ampbl
Miss Ib Ethel 1lhpl Barrymoro Brmor will I lie b seen n by byMr byi byMr
i Mr Ir Frohmiin Jrhmt during durl her engagement in ini InWIhl InWashIngton
i Washington WIhl on Manager lalr anil 1 an act alr actress re will willi wi
I i complete rpINt the final fal details for Ms II Barrymoren Barry Barrymore r
more morj appearance apparan at the tb Empire Empir Theatre Theatreion Tre Treon
ion on January Jaur 2 In II A W liners 1 > lnfrs Tm TmUwney Tr Trelawney
Uwney of the thf Wells II Miss 1 Barrvmores Barrvmorescompany Banrrmorescompany arrmr
company rm will wlineudf include Iwiwrance IAWan UOrsay tOrT
Charles Cbrl pn Walcot I leorge Mr < virge O Boniface nirl Sr Sri
i i William Wiiam Sampson Smpl Constanco Lont Collier CollierIxiulse Colel CollierLotutre
Ixiulse ou Drew 0 und ali Maud Milton MiltonAfter MiltonAfter II1n II1nfaAI
After faAI his hi talk with Ith Mis I Barrymor BarrymorMr Dnmol
Mr 11 Frohman will wi join Otis Ots Skinner Mklnr in inChicago InChlcao inChIcago
Chicago for fol the Ih rehearsals fbanll of his h1 new newplay n npia newlay
play pia lay hire i ire by b Henri l nr tavedan lv an author authorof
of The T Duel The plan Ila ia for Mr Mrskinner Mrkinnr Ir Irklnner
skinner to continue rntlnu the th performance performanceof
of IC the Booth th Tarkington Tarln < n prormanl play pi Your YourHumble Youritumnible our ourIlmh1
Humble Ilmh1 Servant rant rvant and anr rehearse rehla by day daywith fa faIth daywith
with Ith an entireI entirely now company for lbs thoproduction Ib Ibproucion lbsproduction
production proucion of hire hireWhen I IWben in inThen omp
When Mr 11 Frohman Frhman returns rturl to New NewYork SAWor sw swYork
York or ho hI will i commence the n hoarHlM reheareahuof > hoarHlMof hI
< of William Wilam H Crane rns in the th new n George GeorgnAdo GeorgeAds
Ado dA playT play S Minister IIIAtl Bedloe Il < which whichis rK I
is i to open the tl new Blackstono Hlketone Theatre TheatreChicago Tatn TheatreChicago
Chicago opn New S Years ev evI eve eveIt v
I It wan w8 announced annolm annotincedyestsrclay yenterday by William WilliamMoms Wiiam WiiamIoril WilliamMorris
Moms Ioril that contract ntrala have been bn signed signedby li < td tdI1
by I1 V esta ta Victoria orla to return retur to this hi coon country cu coontry ¬
try I ry under un hU hi management maglmnt opening Opflnl at atthe AtIh ath
the Ih h merican nlIan Music llllo Hall 111 In the Ih week weekof
of D DII Decotiie DecotiieMiss < cmnlH > JtJ JtJMLIM t
i t Miss IL ictorlu will II sing mi n number nlmtr of nrU ofsntles i iHOIIKH
HOIIKH U hut < have hat pleased Ixindon IAndon music musichall mi mutuichail Ie Iehal
hall hal auiliencnn iwUnc this thi season seasonsouvenirs 111 I 1nuvnlrs
souvenirs unlr will 1 U t presented at I th thi thlot lhs lhstooth
i tooth lot I i rfortiiancn rfortane of 0 rrntN Mother Inthlr next nextMonday nx nestMonday t tIonday i
Monday night nidt at the Circle Ire where hlr William WilliamA llhml llhmlA 1
A Brady play II rta of home homt life It moves moVf mov from fromthe I Ithe
the le Mac fackel Ilavket Kelt On Tuesday evening nlng De I I Icenbor I Icamber I
camber mbr 6 H I urge jr1 part pr of the thl house hoW will willbe 1 i ibo I
bo taken taen bv b delegations < Allol from the th Wage Waj VageEarners I IEarners I
Earners Ernt lo laKu laKuIi LcagueMIs nu nuI >
i I MJMH Ii Be Fi Besels i < Alvitt Ahot and the Ih ISO 1 mem members i Ibr
I b br rn of the Ih Be Bfll Bessle ie Abott Abt Opera Company Companytarte Companystartei I I
startei tarte I at < l for Charleston S C where her the thecompany Ih Ihaplly theenmnpany I
company aplly will 1 give 116 La I Bohetne Boh h m tne Mon i iday Idin Iday
day din evening pnlnp A months tour of th thprincipal Ihpr the theprtncipal
principal pr lldpal Southern Mulh r cities ctie has h been bn ar nrrant j jranged >
ranged by h Iiebler Litblpr A 1 t Co < This Thi will wi bung bungthe bl hungthe nR nRth I
the th company back hlk to New S sw York early earlyin 1 i iII
in II January cmlany when t the th deferred llfrr1 premiere I Iof Iof
of MoHcagni llalllll s Yiobel heI will I take tak pine pinei
at the thl New S Theatre TheatreOscar Thalrpr
Oscar scaur r Hammerstein lammt n as 1 a owner ownlr hai tiled tIA tiledplans
plans a for making changes chap in th tho Republic RepublicTheatre I RepublicTheatre publc publcThNtl
Theatre ThNtl on Went Wet Foitysecond 01 tys nI stieet lt stteetmade I II I
mode necetwary n y by the tn widening wlllint of the thestreet th thHlre1 thestreet
I street Hlre1 by CP > e city It will wi bo necessary noOry noOryto necessaryto I Ito
the h I and andoutmdM andoutside 1
to remove t niariUl marquise u e portico
I outside nutlit maim tain to the second lfn1 Iart try build buildfour huildCour buildfour
four now exits Jl > remove rmo twentysix tWtnlrsl or 11 orcheetra
cheetru ch6tra chairs to admit amit of the th building buildingof buldinR buldinRoC
of f a new lobby lol h and box hs office tmc o > The coot ct ct10C costof
10C of making aklng these changm cUgl M estimated estimatedat tlnul tlnulat <
at 11100 11100The t IIOOThe 1 1The
The Shuberln Hhubrt announce nnOlncl that they have havfgg1 haveengaged I Iengaged
engaged fgg1 John Joh Slavin tlavln to asoiime me the th lead IN leadins I
ins inl comedy cmoy r rls le lf of Peter Yrnnt Wuflllh with Lulu LuluCloser 1111 1ualuiHaser
Closer Olar in Thn T Girl 011 and nd the Kaiser Kal at atthe atthe atthe
the Herald Iflald HIII SIuars Hruar Theatre Mr II Slavin Slavinwill Slavinwi Slainwill
will wi begin bgin his engagement fga < emlnt with wih the th com company em empy cornparty ¬
party on Monday night nldl Harry Hary Conor Conorwho Conorwho Conorwho >
py who has h been hn appearing apprlnR as Wenttt will wi willbegin I Ibegin j
begin rehearsals reh 11 for the leading 11aing role r < le of IC a anew ane anew I
new ne inimical rl1lcal comedy I IE i
E H I Suthern orer and 1 Julia Jula Marlowe 1rlnwl who whoconclude whoconclude ho hocncude 1
conclude cncude their engagement in Shakes Shalupflan 1 1pear ipearian j
pear pflan i an plays play in Boston t n today and open opentheir onIhir opentheir
their engagement gagemln at the Broadway Broawy Thea Theatre Thla ThlaIrl ¬
tre Irl tn on Monday with wih their Ihllr first nt metro metroipolltan melro metrnpolitan
ipolltan appearance In Macbeth Iabb an announce annotine n nnOln ¬
nounce pltan nOln that they have definitely dtnltelr deter dlt dltmlnlllo determined
min mlnlllo mined d to add King Ki Lear to their thll rpr rprtoirn rprmire
mire loll next autumn and have he already alreadyinRtin alreadyliegtm Ir y yIjln
inRtin Ijln the Ih work of making maing a fresh acting actingvemion acing acingttiol actingversion
version ttiol of the Ih play playxiis playllFRS playuIs
xiis uIs infns llFRS FOR THK TiE POOR POORThe POflnTl POORThe
The Tl ssliatlon ahaton Army rmy Begins In the tl Kettle Kettlefollertlona KIUII KIUIIolfltlon KCttIColieetlons
follertlona follertlonaTho < olfltlon olfltlonTh
The Salvation Slvation Army Any begins bgll today their theircampaign thflr thflrcumlign theircuinupaign
campaign to raise ra funds for the Christmas CbrUtnumdinnern Cbrlatmdinnt Christmasdinners
dinners dinnt that they giv I g Iv lye to the poor pr every everyytar over everyyear
year r Until Chrntmas a day the thl kettles kottloawill knUI kettleswill
will wil be b on the th Mreet llt corners cme to receive receivniho Ilv IlvIh receivethe I
the Ih contribution conlrl1110n of those Ihm who want wat to toh tolo tohelp
h help ln bring brin Christmas hrlmu cheer chiI to tt the 3000O 3000Oor O ntO ntOor
or HI more mor persona in Cfatfr Jreater New SlW York Yorkamong Yorkumon Yorkamong
among umon whom prn th the nrnrr lIn ha haJ has been t in the thnImbit th thhuhit thehabit I
habit of distributing dlllrhltng Christmas rll8 ba baskets buktaTh basketsThe kou kouThe
The Th Grand Unnft Central Palace Pal will wi be b used usedby u uhy usedby
by the Ih army us 1 thou Ih distributing di lrlhIInl centre centrefor cntr cntrfor centrefor
for baskets Manahtlan and the th
hlk in 1 a rmya rmyahall ny rmyshail
hall h1 on Washington Street Brooklyn Brooklynvlll
vlll 11 be th the rentm nlf fltre in that borough Al Although AIthou Although ¬
though thou h the Ih income frmi rrll the Ih horug kettles kftU han hannot h hasnot
not covered covll the th < hrisfimH hrl mi expenses for forthe CorIhe forthe
the last two years th the < > SllvatonlAt Sulvatlonistn pspn have havonot bv bvnOI havenot
not curtailed Ilrale rarA their plans ulans IaI and ad hop > to tofed tofPd tofced
fed fPd more mol than ever thin Ihl year yearThe 1a 1aTt yearTile
The Tt Womans nmal Forum oru rorporntril rorporntrilALHANT verporatviAtnANY orprtf
ALHANT L ANT Dee i It J r nnns 8n Forum Korumof Jorum JorumoC
of New S York wan 1 Incorporated InerrJralA today for forthe torIh forthe
the Ih consideration cnidpralon and wr dieu dlIJlon liscusslon sion of ques questions fU fUtonl questions ¬
tions tonl of national and International Intmatlnnll interest interestund Intfrft Intfrftn interestartd
und coopcrat c conpcrationwlth raloD Jon with the educational aheuctlonal work workof
of n the th Civlo Cvlo irk 1orum Porn Among Amonst The directors directorsarc dlrllorN dlrllorNIrc
arc Irc Helen 1len V Uoswell lwpl Mary Iar K J Trautmnnn TrautmnnnCharlotte TrautmmnCharloU TrautznannCharlotte
Charlotte B Wllhour Wlhour Helen Clark Li Ul Lila LilaF la laF
F Sprague prague Pearl P arl J Allen Alen Emma Emm V VHlrnU V8lri VHinds
Hinds 8lri Sadie Md I W Palmer Laura Lura D 1 Bur Burroughs Burroughl Bunrouglia ¬
roughs York roughl and Elizabeth Elzbth Lawtoa rwtn of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
Third TIII Mattery nUlr Drill DrillTho Irl unitThoThirri
Tho ThoThirri ho Third Battery fkstteryofthe of oUhe the First Battalion BattalionField BattalionField ttlon ttlonField
Field Artillery Artler of the Iho New York National NationalGuard SatlonalGUlnl NationalOujarmj
Guard GUlnl held their mounted carriage errl drill drillhist drl drillIlist
hist night JI ht at the thf armory nrmor Clennont CInont ace avnnue BVe acenuts
nuts nu near Myrtle I1rl avenue Brooklyn Th Thdrill Thdri The Thedrill
drill dri waa wa commanded Crrnd hjrCapt h by Cpt Capt Chauncey Chun y
Matlock Iatlnk After the drill drl th tM batt MUfren MUfrenplye hattsrymen hattsrymenplayed rym n nplayed
played plye a I baseball bbl game al la I the armor ar0
llootler Ulltllo I1oosleroea Sons In New NfW ew York Tor Celebrate IbrII Fore Forefather Forefathers orr orrfatt ¬
father fatt and Id Present Day liolnci IJolnC Out OutThere OutrUn OutTbereI3anos
There TbereI3anos rUn Hanks of the Ul Wabaia aba I Doe nenPI Doeills > e eOlc
ills PI Tuneful u IMt IJIory itflooray Uooray Talk TalkAt TatkAt TalkAt
At the annual dinner lnnr of the I ht Indiana IndianaSociety Illdlall IndianaSociety
Society SaC y at the th Waldorf last lall night niht the theGovernor theOoveror theGovernor
Governor Ooveror of the thl State that tht in I the home homeand homAad homeand
and ad inventor of anticigarette antclgllUf law lawTom lawTor lwTorn
Tom Tor Marshall arhal sat 131 at the th guest Wlt table tablesmoking tahlamoldne tablesmoking
smoking a coffin cmn nail Somebody Hlel ly said saidthat ealdthat ld ldtht
that tht the chief reason rEaon for the Governors Governorsvisit GotmorA GotmorAviIt
visit to New Yor or > WOK 1 to light lght a cork corktip corktl corktip
tip tl and get let away aw with It ItDeapite itlpU itDespite
Despite the t iii hl enforced fnCor1 absence ublnc of George GeorgeAde GfrKAde eorgu eorguAd
Ade Ad and ad hew l Swank Swak tho Indiana Ildlana Society Societyturned SoeI SoeIture Societyturned
turned ture out about 2S Z strong to listen to toa tna toa
a lot 10 of speech rhl about abut themselves IhtlflvM and andthen andthen andthen
then take turns In making them While Whilethey Whie WhieIhlY Vhilethey
they were wr working up to orator oralot oratory the theorchestra theorchetra theorchestra
orchestra orchetra played pla1 the th waiters walln in and n1 out outof olt oltnC outof
of the tht grand ballroom halrom to the Ih strains Itralnl of ofOn oCUn
On the ah Banks of the th Wahosh Far 1 Away AwayTunen AwayTunes W WTun
Tunes Tun like Ik the thf Suanee Suanl Kiver Ihr and Ant Old OldKentucky OldKftucky 0h1Kentucky
Kentucky Kftucky Home 10me were 1 received with withpolite wl withpolite h hpll
polite pll attention hut when It was Wil time timeagain thnaraln timeagain
again araln for The Tt Wabash 1 Ah h then thencame thnae thencame
came ae back bak mental visions of pussy P1Y wit wi witlows willows ¬
lows aslant the brook brok and Booth Both Tark Tarkington TukInRnn Tarkington
ington InRnn and Id Democratic Dmorlic majorities majorti and andhomy andhomy andhorny
homy things thlnplkf thingaliks like that thatCap IhatCapl thatCapt
Cap James Jame B Curtis Curi the th president lldnl of ofthe oCahf ofthe
the ahf society marshalled manhal the literary Ittlry lights lightsand lghl lghland lightsand
and other olh1 Hoosier 1011 geniuses Jflu in turn lur and andtold ad adIold andtold
told them Ihlm when when it I was time for fol them thl to toget toI toget
get up Ul and nd toll tol how great g t Is Indiana and andevery1 anf andeverything
I every1 everything vtIthlng connected ounttl with wih it i Cloy Mar Marshall Marshall 14rhal ¬
shall hal sat t at the toastmasters totmattrl left aa 1 th thguest IhgMt tIiI
I gMt guest of honor Seated also ailo at the thnspeakers Ih Ih11lklr thesreaker
speakers stable tllo were wtr Meredith Nicholson NicholsonHorace Slcholfn Slcholfn10rac Nicholsonhorace
Horace 10rac fiord Hor President Prldnt Scott Slt Bone Un of ofthe oCIh oftite
the Ih Gridiron Club
Gridirn Washington exCon exCongressman srCongreesman xon xongrfman ¬
gressman grfman Late LCe Pence lnC President Jldln Parsons Parwinsof ParonoC
of the Indiana Normal Sorlil School hollr President PresidentU Int IntI
U N Bethel HOlhel of the New York ork Telephone TelephoneCompany TelphonCompn TelephoneCompany
Company Compn William Wilam Do XUttot 11Muo Hooper Hooperand for forad Iionpirand
I and ad the ah lion lon Joseph T l Fanning FanningCongressman Fnninon FanningCongressman
Congressman on mn Sulzer Suler was WI at one 110 of If tho thotables ah ahaahll thutables
tables aahll U t a 1 gumt rult Also I among nmon the thowereCapt th therCap thewets
wereCapt wets erCap Capt lack Jak Thompson Tholpn of Indianapolis Indianapolisand Indlanafl I
and Broadway Carroll C l Rawling Rlnl and andthreo nn1tbn antithree
three tbn generations gnftraton of BawlingMM Iawln all 11 iuilborn
born hor in Indiana Mr 11 and Mrs 1 Charles ChirlotAustin ChariAUlaln CharlesAustin
Austin AUlaln H 118tN Itatsi t < w Mr 11 and nd Mm I Frederick FrederickGriawold FrIrlckGrwold FrederickGriswold
Griawold Grwold Bourne ur Capt F Y V Hedley nII ami amiDr 111 111Ur anutDr
Dr and Mrs lf Charles Chai OPonald OPonaldOov Inonnlt
Oov GY Marshall 1hul had hd it made plain to him himthat hll himthat
that tht th the greatest < State tat in the Ih Union lnin m mhis i ihl ishis
his hl own ow8talf State and the th lfoo fOiir hoosiers iers the Ih great RII RIINt groateat
Nt e t of our 011 citizens eitvnl und anr Gov Marshall Marshallthe 1II1
the thf greatest < t of hoosiers lOi The Governor Governortold < lovrnrtold lovernortold
told the diners dine about oua T The Hooslertt also alimIf aIII aIIII alsoIf
If I any ny of the speaker lpkel who had Id preceded precededhim
him forgot anything of Importance InlrrnlC that thatshould thlt thltsould thatshould
should sould no 0 recalled JI1 concerning Indian Intn Intnthe InIli4unIthe i ithe
the Governor remembered and tiprtne tr1 I
it pleaaantlr pleaaantlrMeridith plNntyIeridilh I
Meridith Nicholson Slchnlan said Mil h ho had com comin onnieIn 1
in I the interest Inlrt of 3mo 311 noeli noeltsts t < from fromIndiana Crlm CrlmIndil frontIndiana i
Indiana Indil who want tit protest rntPt that tlll the theHooaier t theIowjmr h i I
Hooaier lol1 farmer rarmr and arl his hiI wife ICA and 11 daugh daughter lln thuightens h htet ¬
tens tet have haVf HO > far forgotten Corjottl their former Crltr formerwork I Iwork I Iwnrk i >
work of hoosier authors uthor
supplying upplyinr l0ir vitti vittiblue sttlihluo II
blue jean and ad sun Aunbnnt utunbonnet bonnet local IO < l color clnr that thatnow Ih thatnow l lnow
now its ft troubleeorro Irouhleonf to t rind fnd any of the theold th thold thtold
old stuff sttf to t write wrt about in the th home 10m State StateThe St St2it4The I I
The hobble skirt Iklrt already has h reached rath11 rath111lanlr reach4dLogansport i iIogansport
Iogansport 1lanlr According e rdin to Mr II Nicholson Nicholsonone Sihnlol
one on of the big products producl of the th State tat now nowU no noI tiosIs
U I former statesmen stmen Lafe Lfe Pence Pnc didnt didntseem dicnl dicnlm didntseem
seem m to t feel offended offendedScott orndf offendedScott
Scott St Bone Bne spoke ke of A Hoosier l ir From FromWashington Jrm Froniaatilngton
Washington uhlnron President Pnidfnt Parsons Panon on Edu Edurational Fdurational u uctOO
rational ctOO Indiana Mr 11 Bethel lth1 on n the thesubject I thesubject h huhj
subject uhj c of Where Whl Lincoln Iincln Spent Hlnt HH HHBoyhood I Ilki3orhood i iho
Boyhood ho and ad ejoConzrf JConrmm m n Pence IInC on onVirginia onVlrln onVtrginia
Virginia Vlrln at t Indianas CVntennial nlnllal lain lainJohn 116 116Jobn 19t6John
John H 1 Nolan who sing In for the Grid Gridironer Grlc Gridlroners
ironer irn in Washington Wuhlngon sang Inl for the theHnoHJers Ih Ih1o thehOOsierS
hOOsierS 1o > In last night nl ht whenever the Ih band bandnull Iulult huimniriuuit
null ult The Wabaah nhh long enough nouph to I to p jwr jwrmit r
mil of a song onl being tlng sandwiched ndwiCh1 in And Andthere Anolthere n1 n1Ihr
there was time always to work in 1 from rromnrlou fromvarious
various nrlou parts pna of the Ih hall hll the h thrilling IhrlnJ yell yellof yellsof 1
of Indiana Indin University Pundits Purfup WHKifh VsIneIand HIhld
and ld all al the th other Indianan Indiann seats I of learn IarnIne learning i
ing to lake I that tht ke pave pv the th State lt from romn river rlr north northI
Iff it ST T FY r U fniOJ uiiioiDIsInherIted 110 110Dblnllrlf
DIsInherIted Dblnllrlf Mon on of Mm I IllilneUnder IllilneUnderI nllnllandr nllnllandruf
Sued uf b by Ills lUl Wife I Ife for Preparation eParatlumnAIIATOOA IlanU IlanU8AJT4
SAlUTfKiA 8AJT4 AIIATOOA Derv D 2 William Wiliam C I Rhino Ilhmelander Rhinolander hl
lander landtr the th disinherited diinhrltll son In of IC illUm ViLllaniRhinelander illUmBhmelander 111
Bhmelander Rlnplndlr must pay py alimony almony ami an1coun1 anilcounsel
counsel fee C to hi his wife
It during rurn the Ih theolency pen pendency pldncy ¬
dency of her action against him hil for rnrp1tlnn forseparatIon
separation p1tlnn according ortinl to a i doninn 1 411n III 1 111i 111itodOy 1 1today 1In
today In y by Supreme uprm Court lutic JuIUe Van VanKirk lun lunKirk 1
Kirk Mrs 1 I Rhmelander Rintnd who wa Wi a awuitrej i iwQil awaitress
waitress wQil in a Twetitv Twulvthlrd third Street rei r rtaurant restaUrant
taurant New lork orU wnen wn whemt she hI met m Khme Khmelander IhirU Illuinolander
lander lder aokn for a separation paratln on 01 the Ih Ihound theground
ground ound that 1111 her h hu huhan1 baml ha h fnmp ennleluol ennleluolher llr 11 11hI <
her hI to live lve in filthy tllh > surrounding Ilrrouncl although althoughhn nlhol I h hh
hn h has h4 an Income Innr of S 00 10 < a month from Irol his hisfather lu lufalhpr titfathers
father estate estateKhinelander estatelthinelander Ialp IalpHhlnelalrlr
Khinelander Hhlnelalrlr in opposing oppo ln the Ih 411 un HIVS HIVSthat 1 1that vs vsthat
that at the Ih time he married mlrrlN his II iii present presentwife prnlwIC proIttwife
wife Maggie I ll McGlnnis lclnni hi his second ld wife wifowho wifewho IC ICwho
who had ha been a maid in his hil fulhe hoi hOIe hOIea boutc boutcwas ie iewaa
was a still sli living and an he h had not beeit beeitlegally I
legally 11ly separated atPaiA from her Thin Thindeclare Thl h hdlla hieclatIIS
dlla declare his hl second Iln1 manlago marrlal woo 0 illega illegaIn Ilal IlalIn ilIealIn
In thou h application applcatlQI for temporary ali alimony al aumony ¬
mony and counsel Cun 1 f fee t liefore Imprlr mail 11 11CUt hv hvcounsel livcounsel
counsel CUt for Mrs Ir Rhinvlander Rhlnlnncr n iibrought vn vnbrought wabrougl
brought out that r she > h ho hat had < i SI II S t TOO I I in 1 th I I ho hosavings
savings lalnl brougl banks blmkl at Mbany Ihan of r which it wai wiiagreed M Maw1
agreed that 332 belonged 32 to Hhinelandcr Hhlllanr HhlllanrallhnuA ithinelandoralthough
although it wax carried CuriN in hi hi his wifes If name namr nameJistlre
allhnuA untie 1 Van smi Kirk in his decision floilon holds hoI hoIIhat holdsthat
that Mrs 11 Rhm Rh Rhinelanoler nllndlr under is entitled to r tetn tmprary lOtmuporary < I Iporary
porary alimony almony and authorizes her tu u uHhinelandern uRhnlnterl use useUhinelanders <
Hhinelandern prary Rhnlnterl 1917 aU t2 for this purpose Ilur The Thecase ThC Tbenea
case C will 1 come cme on for tnI trial in Mipremo MipremoCourt SupremoCourt SupreruoCotirt
Court in February FebruaryARTIST February1RTIST ehrw ehrwtRTIiT
ARTIST Mlltr JUr K IHVOIH nUf Kit UGela 1 1Oct I IGets
Gets a He iesaita aria ul neere on Plea of l f Dese Deselion e er ertlon r rUon
lion tlonilENO UonENO liongtrso
ilENO ENO Nev S Dee Del 2 A divorce thnc wn wngranted wasgranted a agratl
granted gratl today to Kenneth Hayes laI Miller MilleraJNew Miller4Xew 111r 111raew
aJNew aew York artist nl from hm hi wife lf Irma Irml IrumiaMiller C CMiller
Miller ller on his hi allegations aleat ion of desertion desertionThe dr 01
The Te wife appeared aprl by her br attorneys Ilory hut huther hu htither
her wan formal and no effort
answer WA 111 at alctt atcontest i icontest
contest was W8 made madeMillerlteMifled madeMillcrheaitlvi
ctt mal
MillerlteMifled llerhNtlff that they wen 1 married marriedin
in Oneida N Y May lo I IMBH 1100 nnd ald haw hawno hvno Inivino
no children chidrn The T climax clmaJ of their Ihllr uncon uncongenial uneanpnlal tlniongenial ¬
genial pnlal marital maril l life III was WIJ reached rpa h on S Sei Seitember p ptemlier paemlr
temlier 17 1 IW9 lOt 1DO he hI said lld when she h akihim aki Lk1him Lkelhim
him to leave her nt1 icr alone that IJal afternoon afternoonso nflrCI
so 0 ohe sh he might Ihbt pack her belongings 1lnn n and andleave no noI iruilleave <
leave I v He II implored Imllof her to rrron rectunller liler h hr hrdetpnlntlon tierdetermination r rdetermination
determination detpnlntlon but she h refused refusedKen rpCu refusedKensth 1 i iKfNh
Ken KfNh Kensth th Hayes Uay Miller lllr is I a teacher taChpr tn tnthe il ii iithe
the th New York ork School hol of Fine In and nd Ap Ajuplied 1 1pliinl
plied 111 Art 2337 ni Broadway BroadwayHtroller DrdwayIlrol 1 I INIroSiens I
Htroller Ilrol Abandon Plan for > en eithouse flub flubhoute UI UIhouf I
house houteThn houf houseThs I
Thn Th Strollers 8Irolfrl who a few flw months montl ago agobought all agobought <
bought oulht the th two dwelling dwlnp at 137 and 130 130W i3 I IWMt IWest
W West wt Fortythird street Itret hno hlI resold resoldthe 1011th resoldthe
the th property to t Henry Darian Dazan a I theat theatrical thalrlcal Ilteatrlcal ¬
rlcal costumer Cumnr The To plot which meoite meoite40AxinOS JI mneasite4flttxl5 <
40AxinOS 4hIO was WI acquired ulrfl by the th sellers nollnras sellersas II IIa
as a a site for a new ne cltibhotno cluhholl and 11 plans planswere iulunswere lln
were 11 drawn for an eight IRht story structure structureWithin structureVlthin Iruture IrutureWihin
Within Wihin the lat few weeks wkl tn the club de decuied df dfcid1 I Icided
cuied not to carry cay out its Is original orlilal plan planfor 1111 plaitfor
for thp lh present presentMadame prflntJladamo presentMadame
Madame Uotterfly Puttpr at the t Opera OperaPuccinis OperaPuccinis I Illinll
Puccinis llinll Madania Iama Butterfly was i ro ropated rnJt nopealed
pealed Jt nt It t the dl MfttropollUn rMoplun Opera OPra Hoiie lou loult Ilotipelast I Ilast
last lt night nigt There Ter wan an audience autlen of ofgood ofgood I
good o so also and ad there thI1 was w sufficient amclentApplue amclentAppluet applause applauseto j
to t show that tht public pblo interest tntrt In the th opera nPra operawas I Iwas ItI
was still tI active T The cost t wan W the tb game gamea asnteas 1le 1let
a as at t the last Lt performance ptOtC of the th popular popularwork ppuLII poputlarwork
work Miss 1 Farrar JA once again a < an looked lookedcharming lok lookedcharming 1 1ching
charming ching aa the tht Ditto ltl Japanese Japn bride and andaang Ind IndMn andsang
sang Mn out ot of tune t in th the old familiar faiar places pUreoMr pl
Mr r Martin Jar D was an a admirable amlrabl associate associateor IItl
for or Mia i farrar Yar and sung Jg fake lal when the eMdid shedid I Idid
did The orchestra orcM played plye excellently excllnty I
ASKS UK COXYOY tn WARSHIPS WARSHIPSOtTer IfUl1 IfUl1Ollr rt us ii ii iiOtTer
OtTer Ollr on Behalf ba of 0 efternian < Jerni trmn n Prince PII to Menu Menilan Menuan fndIn
an In Ancient Slap llp O our er to I IHeinrich lleinrch i iIleinnich
Heinrich leinrch Charles harl of 2o3 o Broadway DroWj who whosays whopays ho hoIYS
be Hi HlghneiM Print PrintMaximilian PrinceMaximilian
says b represents prnlt 1 Igll Irl
Maximilian 11lmlbn von Waldburg Waldburf auf Wolfegg Wolfeggl ollRI ollRIIMI
l IMI bud > ei Waldsee Wld furnished TUB Srrx St yester yesterday YOtrday yesterday ¬
day with wih a copy op of a loiter that ho h had hadi hadforwarded
I i forwarded Coranlt to President 18Id nt Taft Tar concernIngthe concerning nCmlngIhe
Jthe the world fatuous mapnomundi mapPolundi de delgned d d11td dcsigned
signed 11td by Martin Iarln WaUliteemuellor Wnldmu16r in the thespring theprn thespring
spring prn of 1507 1 at the th city dtor of St Di I Vosgns Vosgnsand Vosgesand nIR nIRad
and ad dlacQVtiivd dljQnll a f fw w years ytltII fine at Castle CmntlnWolfegx euWoUep CastleVolfegg
Wolfegx WoUep In the Ih Kingdom KiJRdol of WuerternlMrg WuerternlMrgand Wuerpmlr Wuerpmlrand
and on which hlch appourn appllI for the iirst Int time timethe limethe timethe
the nam Amnricu a namo nalo which U a apoem aJ1 aptn
poem J1 and a poetic ltc inspiration inspirationThe Insplraton InsplratonTh
The Th letter Intr further romark that tht thtwl a as a aunUtin aWihiti
unUtin wl lu document ccumnt of firly l Americana AIrcJ it itstiindt Ittd4 itstituol
stiindt without wlhout an In exiial Ilal and that the theancvMtor th thor theamteestour
ancvMtor of the present 1t nt owner wnll aid for forit lorIt forIt
it u I Hum U which with wih accrue Meruteol ru1 < l Interest Interestwould Inurt Inurtwould interestwotilol
would today total up II to the th very ry tidy tidyum tidyHun tidyshun
um of Siui tl uuucouila1u uuucouila1uNotwitlustanding < inunni UI0I UI0Iolllhlallln > i iNotwithstanding >
Notwithstanding olllhlallln all thin rhi hi lila Hlghim HlghimI Iflhll4
95 I > KricloiHly Irdol inclined I llnd to arcxd ac to the theurgent Iho theurgent
urgent wi wish i h of many AniTtciui u lrlIU tnerhiui historiciil historiciilgeofxriiphicil hiltorlel hiltorlelrhi1 ilstnricutlgM1ttapttioaI
geofxriiphicil rhi1 patriotic lalrllic and ald leanimi so soomlieH sodci
omlieH dci i I and RII individual indhlcull imdiv kiuni M rvnntH > IUt by afford affordlug nonl
1 III IIIR th tnerican IdIUl xip an al Illporlull Illporlullto opportunity opportunityto
to lieconi uciiiMinied IIil1 with wit h this unmatclied unmatcliedheirloom outimnatcltedI 111c1 111c1I
I heirloom hfirool lii rtoomn of 0 f their Illir t Iu ir hiiory hl llr i ory
Uh alll 1riiic Iril inlands Illlll to It put Ilt it on 01 exhi exhibition Ixhihillon 1111hit ¬
bition hit ion fr C fte M of C charge Ilrl but a I few minor minorconditions minornlllnn nuitiorconditions
conditions nlllnn must tlr lrt tlrst t bo h compied mpH with withKli withFirst
Kli First > t it mii flutist l ti I asked kd for by tho th national nationaladministration Iltlnnal Iltlnnaladliniliraliol nationaladumulnust
administration adliniliraliol adumulnust ratioui the Ih I In national lurlon mliii boat I logUluluro logUluluroanil ItRilllur
amid 11 the press lI heoond 11 It must IUII lie I Ia con contVoywi cnplpt nnI
tVoywi I by b it I Miiadron 11dr of t buttlexhips thhi or orII orf
j in II Miinti 1 other unilar uullir inisnnor mtlr tuXprestivo tuXprestivoof < ixpr xp xpor > > i ive iveof
of proper prpr re 11 tCsIeii > rt lhlll Ihird the t national nlllonll nationalloveflimuint
j Jovenumnt olnalnt must lu1 ngne to tf I retun rlln it in inth inI Inthe
th the samne ain l < > iitnditlnn Jcilol In i 1 which wh h It I is I delivered deliveredMr II
I Mr II Charlts harl nciideH ICU by tni Inltil I rust tlnc that thatw I ltatwe
w we will wi give the Ih mutter which ou ouht ht to toln toI II IIlit
ln I even 01 Jh in I our days 111 of fr dull dul commercialism commercialisman cmmtrcudim
an 11 inspiration to t all 11 Americans earnest earnestI earnestatteuttoti umtnUnuon
I attention Ho II doe cl not mrrnl tay a whether whetherj whetheranything
j anything athinJ could 111 indmt Indlt ttvi Princo 111 to sell sellthe r 1
I I the 11 relic rllc or not notr 101 101TOI111 tintT
r 111111 tlIiIll M t ii llIJIm n ftiniTtns 11 11IUr iii iiiSititragettes i iHold
Sititragettes IUr Hold luld llrrlliiB III IIIHooriK 1ta 1tanoom iisi iisiItouOitts
HooriK Thui lllatill Estatuildulmig thlhhlullrCfdfnt thlhhlullrCfdfntI liliii 1reeetlent 1reeetlentI
I Some SOlI forty MiffriiKottt ulnulh of th the Thirty Thirtylimt Thirt Thirtftt Thirtyfilet
filet ftt Aiwembly mhl diHlrict I lrlcl held a meeting meetinglant ItlllJ ItlllJlal
Last lal night in Iho Ih Ciyugi ayttgi yu nul tInt lub the Ih regular regularTiinmany r regularrimuutnariy ulnr ulnrTrmRIY
Tiinmany TrmRIY orennlzat orlInlzuln fi of th > district 1trlct at nto atis
2 is < o 1 Lenox tun a avenue nu > Ibis Thil L ma Hind U to tl t Is > e the thetlrnt Ih Ihlnt thetirat
tlrnt lnt mitanconf 1 mmttanc lan of > ufTrdRettet ulra I using ILinl Tam aTamman a Tamaan Famui Famuimnnmi
man aan clubhoiiM Iulhll for th IhI ir me 1lm 1lmI mnot iiii iiiij tugs tugsago
j j A few C day ago n Ir h I Helen 1111 Knight Knl ht of ofi 1
13 i 35 3 3 Mount lom1 Morn Irrl Park IJrk Wet t told Alderman AldermanSamuel IrmanI
I I Samuel Mtu1 Mur lender of f the Ih t district ulisi 1rlt rkt that tliatth Iml ImlIh thatI
th I he sulTrji suttTniiett ufraI ptt hod 111 found Inlli halls 11 a pretty prettyotpentivo prI prettytpensivt
otpentivo l 1111 ItiIlteri > u lnew and ld that t It wus too toooild to
oild 0 rh Ii 1 now IOW tiO to t I hold it i Ii I II toed nuetuis I migi out t tat of I ilinirs ilinirst
I and IJI asked ak < him for pormulmsiuiort IWII M > riiil 8ioA to 11 use th thM Ihcluhhnl the theulithhtouiu
cluhhnl ulithhtouiu M Mr Ir > tlmirx litr < c otiHiilteil I1ul1 with withof withihs llh llhh
ihs h In thou h chili 111 Inllh and tht Irllinn wits witsttlecl I
UIt ttlecl t inre r of womn 11 and III tutu moil in inhdiili inietiitun n ndclln
hdiili ietiitun dclln n t i th RUtIrn Iullrnl sutuTrageites tt s furni furnished h d th thaudience thxune the theaudience
audience xune for List h nittlittt nlth uitgh i meeting Th Thiie n nk llwe
iie k we Mrs lr V B I MorKun I Hr HrI lrhmiiv > r rKmilv
I Kmilv ri > = > ni ni Mi Mite Ii n V V Or OeorK and ane Mice Miceettte I
I Nell SI ettte ix i A Iodell IodellThe Indeilliii
The Th HiifTraeeitfm ulr f pawed n roinluitions roinluitionsI < iliitions iliitionsi Inn InnIlhJnki
IlhJnki tliinkmi t hank imi g u ill I lie club 11 l mi I for lol f ur In h u 11C usu e of I f I th h house housei hnu hnuI
and ald aid all that Ihll th they v exji cted nunrneelteH nunrneelteHill Ilrlpl In InIn
ill I otliK Ih parlx of ill rity I V would Id ask their theirlocal 11lri theirlnctl
local to1 TumliU Tammany orcimi urgiuuizitjoltt rlllllol atloiiH fur Crtlnlhr a abimtlur aaimnhlar
bimtlur tlnlhr frnl privileg privilegiii K L LU
U iii n T ion iitfs iitfsi ii 1 tl tlI his hisiirookin
llrnohlin UrDll n 1DI tint t 411 ted e l Hath noll Tulisrro ThafCo mid midniiltkc arl arlhl smuttlutske
niiltkc hl mid Hail tiul a 1 Time for Kuril Kurililosiah EttuPosiah I
ilosiah Veitlem sm loin a retlre rlir1 ret irol > l biisinoAs biisinoAsman I uumsincqamIlD in inIUI
man IUI died 11 siildenlv yesterday Iria nt I tho thohome Ih Ihhm tbhorn
home of HIM hi sututn141w oi > inliv IIla > luair 111 B Kruukyf I Kruuky rlnlkyr
If > f I3 131 lXincton Iuxiljtol a eiiue nI Brooklyn Irnoklyn at the theiig th thlO theitgu
iig lO of Hrt I yearn yearsMr ar arIr
Mr Ir VeiilfHii tm was Ixtrn in lluvMan IIYiun Poland Polandin 1lan1 1lan1in
in loi lie I had H 1 faint recollection rcolllnl of ofseeing ofsseitug C CinK
seeing inK X Naisten i > oeon paw p through th olh hi 1 liii native nativetown nnl namivetnwmt
town tn of LI Ift td > d n 1 the h trip t i uitt Mnsrow MnsrowIn 100 100II
In II later 1lr years UI ors hi h lived It for Cn a I long Inn riod riodin
in I Mo 100 oov anti the Ih t avinr alr nrt i innxidi innxidiiblf unsmitrihil
iblf hi tiropeiv lrnl Tr T enTythre Tnlta < < Har > arH nR nRh nl ago agoIi
h tf ga i v e no tiiMiiei iI trri toed 11 htf hi olnl dil dilrn thtilurea
urea < in rn > n ill I i i i A innMM innMMIt r mniIt
It wu W U hi h rii > tnin to t n iIt > earlv earlilsvIure arl t tilfiybeak 1Ihr
ilfiybeak Ihr he h col u lip 1 > itvl prttook tlok of tea 10 and andwhink iUII iUIIhi aitutahistv
whink ahistv hi v iinu mi fr two t wo hnirT h11 Inter 1IIr had break breakfU Irnk Irnkrll iruakfast
fU rll fast > t ll I i was aluuvi ala aefi rCIIII lo t s got < t plenty plentyf 11
f sloe 1 ef > nul 1 < althonsh he h use tt 1 Ixith Ixithiiha hOlhhu twuthihtte
iiha hu htte to and whikv hi kev hdiil h he 11 i1t f ci > in tnodin tnodinlion
IKn IKnn
lion n Ilc I ° o < i I tet < e t i is i av thaI t one in n should do doIluni itoa 11 1
1 a < Iluni t hiln g n at a 1 iix In t i ItO I il u al itay ny e i t tthe Ih te teutte >
the h taking tlkm ft r ii I iri m tioth mtot hs f f his hi1wi hi hi1Ir hisIalift
1Ir Ialift wi i bit h e ooIslv < < 1 people Ppl should shouldpeiid IhII sliithoipmuul
peiid at a > t t iiie n mio h hlr HIP ir each fh day 1 plaMnc plaMncwith iulavtmiwtth h ni
with wlh i hildrn hitern Moaid Ilil Its euid it reuenaed one onein onoI
in t do I n nieiiaiis n I h hi raid ai1 ISM I Iinl too toofast 10 10fat tonsit
fast sit and ane died nv W 1 Mr Ir eitlelu 111111 wait w waitiiiwuiys i iul I
ul iiiwuiys a > n in gouI KIM > 1 li hlh Italm lih hi II I Hi I is tteiitu o1 tei it nas naslu ii a ac actiit
< lu 11 < entirely en rrl irely t 11 a ae aeI Mi Mii
1 I i 11 ill 1 U rmintt um I u fitoi ilm ilmrlan IlII I IPtan ns nsPlan
Plan tn 0 Uiilld nult OIK l a ac > a IIeatl 1ullltalI ilrndquinrterc < iiarler < for forHie rorli forlit
Hie li lit l Ultf4r Ultf4rIljl linietr linietrimiiIjt linT r rMnMitt
MnMitt Iljl te e nf r fpxoil co Cn cmi t 10 Ii > l h > e r hoen oluoenrroh101 hoenprobably
probably prohll rroh101 lV Irum 1111 I 0 Vu arnom 1111 ii munmi i tli I Ii in fmr mnntl > mli r uf ufthu < f fthe CIh
the Ih llrh htlrrh I Ill or < if Sew V Yurk orti will coil coilMder on onid omlider
Mder id tliH II possibility of sfcuriiik rllI a chlrh chlrhhlI eltirhthail cli irch irchhall
hall to 0 I he rwi l in jh IhA sronnds ef if f th thCathedral thn thnulJrll I II
Cathedral I nf > t John the Divine 1h 1hhall Ittha i
hall ha II I I will wu 11I I I roniam cuitt lam an aitdilorium uuuii tnriui mu thai t will willieat willat w iii iiiat
ieat at n u U U i i isnile 0ple and HIlt I mans oin il 11roo i I Irebut i j
rebut roo III unit 11111 1 i in I I lie > u 111 ed as a tin h had flejol1oiar1 > jd jdiiuart I IjIIlM
iiuart r of f th Kpiwopal PuKeeof PI f cue f or New Neworl S Sorli Newlorh
lorh lorhru orl orlThe orliTh
The ru trios had it its I Ihn
inception la Inl t tctober tctoberwhen thloherIten
when hn the II Iii I i > iKil general ionxvntion ionxvntionm OIIuion11I1
m met > t in i n ihf I h hi Muf i IM 111111 I I us I in llnl < iiu mti > inniti mina t i 11 Irovtouislv Pin Pinvioiisly i
vioiisly vtouislv tII tn t thit I I icopil IOo opi1 ronveiition ronveiitionhad onlulonIta
had Ita I nlvny 111 invcril in rhurch < s but the thelarge Ih Ihlar theli
large lar li rg hall a iI i lound I ni it I > i iniirh itt irht more ion ionvenient Ionnjnl coniinint
venient njnl that Ih the th Kr EfII ljijii > i opiilianH pnl1II desire to tohate tohap tohay
hate tih a hall ull nt r their I wir > emu An 11 attempt attemptwill >
will 11I1 b he < made I in I hum I liii t the th hme h hUln hail ll in readiness radin readinessfor i
for th t hi lpiopil I pIeHIi I general rcnventlon rcnventlonwhich IInliollhiell reuvntiottwhich
which hiell ItieelH III til Sew S iPW I ork in 1913 1913rnnri 111l5riiii
j jT
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rnnri T II If I IHYS I I J rc i Iv v sKt sKt4raiit liF IFR IFRI1famhll ni VEn VEn4triutIiiju
I i
4raiit I1famhll < lili reri Isreca r a Has a xrrlom rloll Time Thu on onHie nnIhlI onthe
the IhlI lilaullf tilaulltipt u uCapt
i iCapt
Capt tipt Inmch of C the eli tamhlp teimi liip Teresa Teresawhich Tr Trwhich Teresirtich
which nrried list AI night from Trieste TriestePatros TritPlr IniestePtroe
Patros Plr und ilenni reported that on I INovember ISovcmlwr IXuvczmibcr I
November ZI 3 t a lar 1111 wave WI broke a niiml nllllllr nllllllrnf > er erof
of ManchioiM f < sirruil aay ny the th ladder ladderto I
to the th bridge arid ntua smtuashI > th < d the doors 1100 to tothe tottt
the Ih cabin unil IIIllh th four engmeent nRin rooms roomsflooding 10011ItloIII ruomnqIlowllttg I
flooding the th rHimK The xtokehold ind aundshiiIe indhip ndhi
shiiIe hip hi hold wr er < nlco III ale IrxxUil and the thellr th thetires
llr tires > M were kejit burning with difflculty ftifficuIIYI
There wa no abitemeiit until ulltlllklI1hr December I I I Iimuui
ind 1 fen after HCH s It filled tho thi hold lining tiixinglthe I Ith Ilb
the th pump For three Ihr diys h it looked lookedn < I II
n Os though I the I Iii sicimT 1I1wr would Ihl not pull pullthrough 1111hmu puillthnuuuih
through hmu nnd a nil dipt tIlt 11 lvinicli IV llllh and bin hi crew crewwore I Iwere Ipr
were pr thankful to I riirh port portunt II portlirokiuw < rt rtnrk
nrk lirokiuw 111 unt tnswpr n rr Uur qullnn qullnnTh Mon j
Th Appellate IMvinioii of thx t lIt Supreme SIII Sit Juretne JuretneCourt j I
Court in Brooklyn yi yeitrdiy terday affirmed nfflrmedthe
the th decision Ici ioll of t JtiMtio Ina f Ilitium IlItn directing directingWilliam uiircctimuglVilliautmt I IWilhlII
William Gould Ilrrikawr lrnk of Greut Neck StoCkJ j jL
L J I tn submit to an examination before IfroIh j
th < trial of if f th > HUH 111 brought ngairmt him himhy 1dmhr j I
by Jo tost e Firciiir Faruiareust arclan > oii anil Margaret Margaretheelock MargaretItplck fJlrjtllrttlnck
heelock lo recover r r u bill III of I2lill5il I2lill5ilfor IUI5I IUI5Ifor
for good 01 old Id In Mrs Mary II Brokow Brokowafter lirnknwafter
after ih h and her husband had parted partedMr IfId IfIdIr I
Mr Ir Brokaw refuwd rfll to pay y the th bill say Y ¬
lug In the t 11t grind ions rp bought on his hi wifes wifespersonal wlf wifeswnuorial I
personal 0111 rredi on un n allowance which whichhe whIchlit
he lit 1 had hl1 < ll given > her The Th stilt < uit then follo folloced follocedand d dand cIand
and Justice hl IusI Ir Putnam vKrantrd vKrantrdthe anttah I
the ah motion of thfj th piuintlff piu nihf to bavo Dat the thedefendant thA1flIIlnnt thedefendant I
defendant examined J before trial Mr MrBrokaw Mrflroknw
Brokaw rnka w appealed appealedTunnel a afpCuiklThmrnCI 1P1111Tnllnpl
Tunnel Cnartl Killed In Jfney Cit CltPoter CitIstsr
Poter 1 > i1tlr Herl Herbert > ert 21 years old a McAdoo McAdootunnel McAdootunnel lcAdootllnntl
tunnel guard wax ruin In over and instantly IItantlykilled instantlykilled I Ikilled
killed yesterday by a train trl n from Man1 Man1hattnn Main Mainhattan n nhl1Uan
hattnn at the GrovoHendomon street streetstation IItJ1flt1ltlOIl streetsstatiom
station in Jersey City lay The wheels off offon oC oCnn I Ione I
on one car piasseol w ied over th the upper part of ofhis i ihis I i I
his ho hod body ly HerfK rt wm w caught n ns he h was wasrrowinK wascrossing i
crossing thi ch tracks lie 11 wa w unmarried lUIunnmrndline unmarriednnd
line City lived IIv at 2 2110 0 Monmouth street Jersey JerseyCity Jel841Cly JerseyCity I
i 1 1i
MIIItn WSIOV SAYS sti stii n t ti
i Jt JIlI nr MfST flT riw ov tJ THEM THEMurro TIlE1I TI1EiIurrosateThomastdmlttdrst
I urro urroeaIP urrosateThomastdmlttdrst trThom omaadmlttIdFint AdmUte < iF1r tOBeGI tOBeGIInx One Gh GhI GI GII
I Inx In Presbyterian hospital SOGOO SOGOOSecond ese eseI eee eeeI >
I Second HpCDnc1IJhlr1butm OUtrlbutert Eatable Cit Frl Frlftldl FrlftldlInludlns FrtendsIncluding sd sdIndmllns
Including HI lila Attorney and nd Family FamilyA all1l1 all1l1dfCilon
A t dcciiion of Surrogate Thomas sue austalnlllJl suetaimilmug us ustainiiiR
tainiiiR a will of Edward O Kindlwrg Kindlwrgan
an art collector which left practIcally prnctlcallrhis
his hllllntiro entire ustate tute of ISOOOO to the Prtrbr Prtrbrtrtan Iresb1aprlzm Pnesbyteniami
I trtan Hospital wn reversed yenterday yenterdayby
by the Appellate Division of th the Supreme SupremeCourt 8upreomeCourt SupremeCourt
Court which decld decided l that the question of ofth oCh ofthu
th h validity all ty of a later will should bo eub eubinitlt lIubmiupcl eubI
initlt miupcl < l to a jury juryTho JuryTh juryIhis
I Tho Th first willTrnit will Wall dated October 9 g1001I 9tuna
tuna nnd thofwcond which was refused refusedprobntr rr refusedprobate ed edprohtl
probate wan executed on March 25 goo 1600not 1 lOOnot gooI
not Ions before the testators death The TheUtter Thel Thelatter
I Utter l tttr will iII gave 910000 to a son of his hisbrother hishlllthel hisbrother
brother linuoo IOui to the nan on of hi his deceated deceatedwifes c1ece4aedI oleceasedwifes
I wH wifes sinter 3000 S ooo to hi attending hLt phyni phynirian phYIIIdun phyalcian
dun 2500 00 to the wifeof Edward J Staple Stapleton 8taplI
I > ton one of C the th subscribing witness witnesslolionwirh w witutessetulxi Ilnf tII tIII
lolionwirh S IIJI lxi cacti to the three th daughter of An AnjjilKtHpymert tugttstftcymert n nputItymrt
jjilKtHpymert whohad who hael been lila hi attorney attorneyami
I ami the ah reoidue of th the e estate tate to Mr 11 Il Iley IleylIIrt iteymnert y yinert
inert who ho wee also named aa ex executor executorJiustictu ciltor ciltorJustice cntorI
Justice Miller writing the Appellate AppellateI AppellateDiviion
I Division opinion says no reonion in I ns nsjn nslIi assigned
lIi signed jn nCf1 d why hy Kindlwrg desIred to leave leavehis 111nehili leavehis
his rotate t41 to the ho hospital pital except that thathortly IhatIIhonl thatshortly
shortly IIhonl In Ifo betore fore he h made the October will willhU willhili willhis
hU wife ile committed suicide and she he had hadbeen hadu hadbeen
been u patient in the hospital four years yearsIwfoiv yearseCn yearsIforu
Iwfoiv eCn Some testimony wan offered offeredto
to I anew that the testator regarded the theOctober theOclol theOctober
October er > will iII an merely a temporary ar arrangement anrangemnent r rrangment ¬
rangement hi his i declared purpose being lxinjfto
to prevent his hi brother from inheriting inheritinghis inh rltlng rltlnghi
his hi estate estateThe CfOlatThft estaterhe
The Court says there JH i evidence to tohow tohow toshow
how that Kindlxirg Klndl ra had known the Stat KtapliMorw Hlap StatpIstons
pIstons p It on for twenty t 11I111 Y years P1I that t he greatly greatlynilmiretl Kllat greatlyinimnired Iy IyI
nilmiretl his hi physician mid that Keymert Keymertthe lteym lteymth
the th residua rv legates Iut was aA bin hi moat inti intiniitto Intimalo intimutate
I mutate frienif Both n > lh will 11I were drawn drawnliv drawnby
liv v on > Itnzanxky law cleric in Hey Utymertlt Utymertltnmcn lteyinertuumce inert M Mofflp
nmcn offlp Kindberg Rave direct inslruc inslruction inelnlclion instructiofle
lion tiofle to IlozamiKy concerning the th Oc Ocl Getolier
l tolx tolr > r will hut the th March l will was drawn drawnfrom drawnI
I from a nieinorandum in Heymerts UIIIrt hand handwriting hanftwritin handwriting ¬
writing writin
I I The Th Surrogate urrollllt decided dIC fIfc that when th thInrch the theMarch
I March will wan executed Klndberg Klndrgpow Klndbergspowers
power pow of memory and attention had hadiM haullucen
111 iM > < n lnuu 1 lessened > ne nf1 < by the disorder from which whichhe
I he h w wss IJ stifTenng und that ho h had to tol1IouJd he hearoiiMid bearoioed
aroiiMid frequently from a condition conditionof
I of wmiconm when hell the Ih will wait discussed discuMedwith dlecUUft1with discussedwith
with him that the paper which he hlsllnAd hlsllnAdwn signed signedwax
wax wn not explained to him and there tbe was waono w wno wasno
no evidence that he h ever read it or that thatit
it expressed hi his free C wish and intention intentionand
and that he II did not declare it to lie his hiala biltIIIt hislast
la IIIt t will The Th Surrogate decided finally finallytluit finallyahnr finallythat
that Reymert mlrt exerted undue Influence Influencei lmtfltienceVhiIe
i While hil the th Surrogate urro tft did not credit the thetestimony thetestlmncnuy h h1lbnnny
testimony of Knaannki tho Appellate AppnllatnDivision Apptlilathilon AppellatelHvisiurn
Division decided there waa nothing in the therecord tb therenri
I record ord to diMredit him and concluded that thati
i all the formalities th of ofihestatuitehave the th statute have been beencomplied beencomplied n ncomplitd
complied with and the will executed executednnd executedunder slCut1unrir
nnd under r the ah supervision of a lawyer The Thetlndinita 1h 1hIIndlnltll Thetlndings
tlndinita of tho Surrogate are plainly plainlycontrary plainlycontmr plainlycotitmary
contrary contmr to tho evidence Id the th Court CourtI say wiyrI
I AM a to undue influence Justice Miller de deilareM dtar detlares
ilareM ar that whil Hermert and hi hill daugh daughter ¬
tens t got morn than JSOOiio worth of Kind Kindb Kindburg
b burg rRs property nnd nd Heidherg IIpldl tOrR > made mAdftlOmplI a acomplete acnmplute
complete change chnn of tentomontary Iaamonta inten intenlion Intn1i0 intounlion
lion 1i0 in live II month the mere fact act that thatI IhatfIrmr thatItsrrnrt
I Revmert was ra alll Kindherga attorney and andt
t i Hiiperintended rilllplldfOd the execution of the will willis
in I not mifflciwtit tn warrant an u inference of ofundue orlundll ofI
undue I influence influenceI In utn
I The 11 Court ourt piles that the th cane should go gobefore ItnI gobefore I
I I before n jury on questions a as to whether whetherKindhusrg I
I Kindlwrg had testamentary rapacity capacityin
> in March whether ho h executed the March Marchwill llarchwill Marciawill
will nnd whether the th execution was wasprocured wasprocured 11I 11IlrClcurlo1
procured by fraud Cr uri or undue influence influenceVI InnuenceIi1111 Influencesist
sist Ii1111 VI 11 un > K rut isi i innetle I iscai > I rt rttnnettr 1 1nnU
nnetle ftueletle OuIieftufleightng Ylrlchtn nchlnlllhou ibout nout OHO OHOP liMOrfllllld CMPitlutdi
P rfllllld niHt rrl rrIueu e on the tll Iomsnrhe Iomsnrhenliur lolInrllrt tonsncheArthur
Arthur rt Imr Pye p Py generiM IIcU passenger uuttK < T agent agentof
or thet IhIhdp lyde line who ho known kno a good O I J story utorywhMi storywhut 101whl1
whMi h he 4 u u i having been in the h news newspaper nfwIl newspaper ¬
paper Il < lr huMnew 10111111I lone lon before rorp he h went nt into intopa InlolatJlilr Intorasauzcr
pa latJlilr < ii rr ngcntmR suspected upr 1l1l < that he hehid h hh1 tiehcl
hid on < aboard th I the h Irnninhip hnmh p iomancbe Comanchhl1 tnmancbwhmi
wh whmi hl1 n i > h he > arrived on Thursday with ith a aheavv aheavy I
heavy ha IIM Ii to port inn Ilk IIi first impression impressionwan hnr lon
wan that the starboard coal bunkers had hadlieen hdhtn hadlipit
lieen lepleteri He II was upset a Moment Momentlater mnnlpntlalr momentlater
later by h t he h careening of the linor J to port portFinally PO POlIIall portFinally
Finally lIIall his hi mind was relieved IiIIIIW by the I skip skippur skipper I
per who ho introduced him to tne In heaviest heaviestwoman he4vieAlwoman heaviestwoman
woman pa 1a4sengr enRer n r ever r carried by b ship shipriinninft shipsrunning hlprUllninli
running co colwi twihe or otherwise Ihrwl c feh Shl i iknnett Itnnetteflhteletteand
knnett tnnetteflhteletteand e Outlet I e and rio h weighs ldll11 so 0 much muchhat muehhat muchhat
< hat she he if I ashamed to tell Mr Ir Pye 1 Is Isnot I Inol ismint
not Me tI declared positively that the theuetcht th thwuhl theweultt
uetcht was a 0s < l pound POIIII jOtilh admitting ndrnlt lna that he hemieht h hmight hemight
might lc I b > n few ounce oun out of the way wayTh
Th lhe h rar rnro o derrick drri wa not used in the thelightermi th thhhtrina thelightt
lightermi lightt ring of Mr Ir Ouelette She came camedown camIown earnsdawn
down the th CAiiirplank llallk una unassisted sisted hut pre preodetl prooeti
oeti odetl 11 il and In Fn followed by b gangs nJ of long longHhorenen longshtorerneni
Hhorenen Hh She sl sIiit pi on a mattress on the thefloor th thefloor
floor of th ilooii forward on the port portxide ponjll portstul
xide stul jll That Th is what made the th vecsI ef I e I reel reelWhen rEf1Whn reelWhen
When sin It gut up mil walked to starboard starboardthat tarboardIhal
that i it > 4 al also o what hal made the vessel VH reel reelit rftlItll reelPrEV4Il
Itll it nosiiTii II A Alore HIF HIFUUO ti ti02IIMII
02IIMII UUO lore > reitnl d1 for ll New f w nnllil nnllilInc nuUdIne flaliulIn
Inc In Projects Projrrtifor PIClJItIPlan ProjectsPls
Plan for the th contemplatod building of ofan oCno ofan
an asylum ylum for th the aged and a homo for forthe forth forthis
the th nurses nllr a as i an adjunct to the th French FrenchHospital Jornch1I000pitni FrenchIinspitiil
Hospital havo l been > een prepared and the thncost tt theerist I Icnl
cost will 11I110 lx SMAom fls Of this Amount ICO UOuup ICOifm
ifm is ii available doing th the prr proceeds > ceed of the thncharity th thhlrit theoluinity
charity hlrit bazaar held la last t spring < at the thllletropnlitan theMetropolitan
Metropolitan Opera pra House lion The remain remaining rflmalllinl remainins ¬
ins > nm must bo raised l before > starting startinguofltutrtictloti 1 1On
ionstriictlon On trucUon trucUonJ
1 Pi4 P PiITMJcII > rpont Morgan haa offered tosub tosubscrilxf to tosuihuseriha allh allhrll
scrilxf rll SJooii OC an 110 noon Ion A 0111 the th fund hat hatreached hMachcI hasreaclicul
reached > achcI JWOft JWOftTho SFiOroTh sorwn sorwnrh
Th Tho trustees tn of the th French Hospital Hospitalhojxf HOlllpllalhOJ Hospitalhioiji
hojxf hOJ that the public will 1It help thorn in inraising
routing rlU ln < th the 20000 3OOOO needed n Subscriptions Subscriptionsmay I
may ma be n sent nt to the French Hospital Hospitalto
t5l to to IM I li Wm Thtrtyfourth W street streetlluntlst streetVodlekVinla trtPOIdIlkFlnla
POIdIlkFlnla POIdIlkFlnlaIOlTCIAIR VodlekVinlaMnsrctain
IOlTCIAIR X J Dec c 5 MIss fI Winifred WinifredKlnUr WinifredFinitir vtnllrldFlnlr
KlnUr daughter of Mr Ir and Mr 1 Georn GeornU ieorxuI e JrJr JrJrIJ
U I Iinlar was r In murrlnd hero h till r hi erenlnv erenlnvIn
In t lUytnnnd lllnln Fmdlrh onimhsnner onimhsnnerof
of r Vnounts o nlllJl of Sew S York HV If Tint Th wed weddlnic weddInw fd fdlin
dlnic lin tick I < k ilIac il < 11 t he h Iiotii4 or the bride brideparents hrldelIarnl bridesparents
parents in i I 1lIlon nlon street In I the pretence pretenceof
of a number flf f Incited In lied fiirits U1t Inriiidln InriiidlnInhn IncliIllnJlIohn
Inhn lirri > > Mttfhel President of the thee Ih IhX theXs
X Xs e fl York rlt Hoard of Aldermen amid Corn CornmlMioner Coonmuukeloner om om1II1lnnr
mlMioner Edward of the New York Street StreetIletntnr 8treetllnnin Streetlesnin
Iletntnr lesnin C Department DepartmentThe
The 1h inirstliic clcncrman wa the K roe roeIIlur Uev UeviItarr v vHarry
Harry Kmerson mroll Fotdlrk lIrl < a brother of the thewho ah ahbrioJflroorn thebrIdecrnofn
brioJflroorn who U I pnstor of ilm th Flmt Flmtmsld FlnotlIItit FlrsiItiiulist
lluntlst lIItit Church of Montclnlr The Thoof maid msldsll tnaldor
of honor wo woe Ml Miss II JUrJorio larJorl Flnlay i sll sister altftror r rMl4
of tho HI brtil 111 hfids iiml nd the Ih brtdmnnlas brtdmnnlasX I were 1
Ml4 Ml U Irm In Arkerinun a rou oulujm tn of th the bride brideof
of Now S llsren ao Conn Ollll and Miss Kdlth Wai
linntoo FnedlcK a lrerof the Ih brtdeitrmini brtdeitrmininf
nf HufTnli N u > The I he lirnt m mat n was u Kdjtsr Jotlt
MnrNniiAtiton lI < SaIlRhloo of Montclalr and the ushers usherswere ulthrI usheriiere
were I Harry rr N frentli of 0 New Se York and
Kdvrnrd I 1 lenkln and 11 ieor eorge e lick Fln In
Uv 1 li It e a brother of tli the brIde of lout MoulcUfr MoIdam loutcl
cUfr cl dam I The r bride wore or s u gown < ixn of white whltnmoire whiteniulr hlloA
moire 011 trimmed with ltb duchess dUIh Ilice lice an ancnrrle mucarrlfol n ncnrI1
cnrrle l 1 hower t bouquet > ounu t of lilies 111I of r the th thAUIIY thevstley
vsllrv The fll irowris fo > of f the th maid of honor honornil hap or or11I1
11I1 nil bridesmaid were of white chiffon chiffonrloth rbllfontlollt chioncloth
cloth over white silk Ilk niVssAllne They Theycurried The Theerrlect Theycarried
curried Uwnjieu bou < l of red roust rOil and maiden
hair h ir fern rn The house decoration rsre lYttrer wrered rsrered
red r rose snot Southern smllax and the ah theiiinIn
dlnlnir room decorations were white l chris ohnrsanthemiims eblTanthmllml chrisanthemniamunu
anthemiims Following EoIIowin the weddlns them themwa her hera
wa a riwptlon which was attncTsd cjj4 br brnuny b bmap bymaspy
map ru suesis u u from > tw ew e York Montclalr Montclalrand Uontclairmnq Iontclalrana
and ana other pUr pUrI pjaees
I pon tn Ibfr r return from a wedding trip
Mr Ir and M itra 1 r Foidlck osdlck dlek will 11I reside In New Ne e eMk
Vft Mk tr f lodlek made the acquaintance arqualntaneftof
of hi his bride several veritl 1111 yeses An ago Both at
tended the tt First Baptist Church lo l this
town Thy Tbft Vt bride brk is a graduate of th the
Monulalr Illiib flbool JooInd jnd of WellellCol W lla y Cot
I 1N5E 1N5EBloomiNgdales f
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Lexington to 3d Avc to 60th Street StreetBloomiigdales1 I IBloomilldales
Bloomiigdales1 Make It Well Worth Your YourWhile YourWhile t tWbile
While to Do Your Xmas Shopping Early EarlyBuy r 1 1Buy
Buy your YOU ChriitmM presents ejry urlyurly early in the day and early in De Deceratxr Dcceinber t tc
ceratxr c r that will be your bigxeat gilt o ci the holiday to tl th workers behind behindthe behindtncf
the tncf tncfcounters counter count and on the delivery wagons Ai AIan an n Incentive ue offer nuny nunyof
of o th the choiceit and much wanted gift goods at special prices pricesSilk pricesSilk ricrs ricrsSilk
Silk DnbrtllU built for tervkejSHk aetvicci I Silk StOCliiOgS are always accept accepttplendid tce aceptsplendid t tIplendld
splendid quality slUr many beau able These embroidered d silk stock stocktlful stocktlful xtoktiful
tlful bandies for or men m n and Ci t Cft hugs 8 are of ° superior quality in ex exwomen exwomenl c cwomenu
650 50
women at vQDU U quliite designs sIRt1s The pe upecftl S Cl no nocial 98
cial price la isSeIW vlVO vlVOS
S SeIW tt MM Walckcs W
Waltlum and andElgin
Elgin watches for I MCS Mjl II s Pr nPfffnit D Drcssing SSIDR fiun Gowns GaWflboy r rElln > Hld tII tIIbout II IIboya
men m n women and d
boy bout new thin model mocki with he helkd nickel lkd I woo wool > blanket rocs splendid cot colplatcd co coplated cotplated
plated movement guar lection for gifts The stj stjantted araanteed 1 1antud
antted to keep ke p accurate tir AA sons ° n > bet atylt1 vl a prices 17 J794 J Q 94 i itime 1 1hme
1 00
time tJ S 5494 Hto HtoSt to toSt toSt
St Nicholas Nkll Jls Migazne 11112 11c the id ideal i Mens Coat Sweaters Swc lcrs oi o omonthly t toad Coodmonthly J
monthly for boys and girlii 2 bound boundvolumes Krtde of worsted Won1edt i man would o sld tc tcill icvolumes
volumes in cloth in the Blocm Blocmln a fiuwiii ill II wrapped up in one ot these thc e ae a agifti 1neWe alngdale
ln neWe d le Holiday Book BookSale 5269 1 69 gift solid gray with 2 pocketi pocketittorm pockelaSale pocketaSale i
Sale Sale for storm collar and pearl Irl but C 1 n nton
g gS 95
ton tons ii s sis s 34 to Je 4 it i7 i7SjHM 0 0fnu
SjHM S ScarfS f I IS hand nude spangled ipangledscarf spanledscarf spangledscarfs
scarf In white and silver and black Womcns nOfflCO S Quilted Robes from Japan Japanand J Japanand pnt pntand
and liver in symmetrical and va vanous typical of o the Orient 1 Ideal for for8tM forrioua ft ftrihammedan
nous rihammedan Mohammedan designs Sl 21Q 770 7n guts long sleeves rolling rollingcollar
a very special value at atLOOM1NGDALES VI7 lI 1 collar lined with silk at atRLOOMJNGDALES t tl tlLOOIINGDALES 998 7 98
LOOM1NGDALES Lex 10 3d A Ae e 59th to ClOth St 51CONCLUDING
American Art Galleries GalleriesMndison t I I
I Madison Square South New Ctl York VorcAt YorkAt < I Ii IiAt
At Unrestricted Public Sale SaleThis SaleThis f I IThis
This Sat Afternoon at 230 230By 230Byorderofthc I II
I By Byorderofthc ByorderofthcTIFFANY order of the theTIFFANY I
The Notable Collection of ofENGLISH ofI ofENOLISH
I of the theXVII theXVII b
XVII and XVffl Centuries CenturiesFormed
Formed by byHR byMR bySIR
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Get the theOriginal tb tbOrigiD81d theOrigin9l
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I AIlL 1em U UTbeFood iUIQI7t iUIQI7tTheFood 4a IIA
The TbeFood Food Drink Drinkfor for forAll All AJlAges AJlAgeslell Ages AgesRICH
Not Notin e in fl any Milk Trust TrustPf TrustInsist Tru8tg
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Tho Those lilio liD rrh8lllnic Totta TccJlIfor Today > for S snout arlonKurop snoutEuropean rlouIulolln
Kurop European > > n Port PortSailing IurbMilln PertSailing
Sailing Milln today loda l lIy > y ho h White Slur lin liner linrCelt linerCeltic > r rCeltic
Celtic Celt ic for Qtuwnvtown and livrrK Liverpool 1lvlrloolteorl1 Liverpooleorge > o oeor
teorl1 eor eorge i M l Howrr ilr snul n nd l Jlr tlrs Lilin LilinS JhnM itma itmaS
S tandler I Major llubor < r il 1 i Vi luoin Olllt > un nil apin nilan1 aptand
and n l Mr 118 M V fiarlnml th the Ut fIt 1 1t 1I 1Iuuffrpy
t tlrfy rl InhiiKton Joh lonl Mr 1 aril Mr ulre II ll 1111 1111lIruantl llnrv llnrvMaruiuaand > nr nrMsri
Msri lIruantl n < l Kumnml 11I11111 Ovry IYC of thr It lltluli lltluliKmba 111111 111111tmbs lttitiaimbaas
Kmba y lit t Whlnillou V hln Ion unil 1 Mr Dye OVPIMm IV IVIr DyeMrs
Mm Ir William II r Parsons r on Mr tire Ir John 1011 lhllM lhllMMJor IhlllllIIIJor ihllItiMajor
MJor anil II Mr P I II II 10IIOUIln 10IIOUIlnIII
Kllwrt lUppolyr Ila ItI and W V P I VlnrhrMcr VlnrhrMcrPa VinhcterPassengers lnlll411rlaYln
Pa laYln Passengers > Ji < n6Prn hy the North Corman lloyd lloydlinnr 1101IInAI lAoymlliner
liner Koenlg Allx Albert ri lor the Mrdiler Mrdilerrnnean Mnliterranean 1C ilr ilrran
rnnean rnneanMr ran raneanMr n nIr
Mr Ir soul Mm iii F It Ulirmk Major spud amiMr anlIro spudMrs
Mr Iro Hruhitnl Par 101 Mr Ir und nd Mr II Krank KrankP
P Ofllmi Bishop in IId < J Mrs Ir lohn Ih McKIni McKIninil Mckituusoul lclltIIan1
soul nil Mr P I II < i H r Icn llrncck llrncckHy IIrllckBy itroecIBy
By the Cunanlor Carpathia for the theMnditfxranoan IhtIflditranolln theMediteranean
Mnditfxranoan and Ih IhtirlAIC IhtirlAIC1I11f the ilrintc itlriatlchear ilrintcllrtr
hear lmlrnl < arid Mr Ir C C 11 riiolil riiolilMr rllnloltr rnullMr
Mr tr and pd Mm iii 11 K H IlriMrfi Barnix BarnixNiiKcnt lIaro lIarounl 1 1UMeOt
NiiKcnt unl Mr 4rs Ir < H K I i Ijlnc Mid Mr Ir and Mr MrK MrsF lro lroIf
K K Ipton IptonSnilltiK t tptnnSailing ploo plooRniiUI1
Sailing by th the h Atlantic Transport Hn HnMinnowaaka liner lintI1Ilnnowula liner3jinnowaska
Minnowaaka for IxjnJou IxjnJouMr
Mr Ir lId Mr Irc It M II Hirl Mr Ir M 1 K Krhurcli IIIhurrh Itrhuirchi
rhurcli We Weedon lt < lon lloMtnKh o uIh Allfert lOrt Lane Lanvronl UItronl Lanefont
ronl Mr f still tnl Mr i I Mrrr Merree > o i arid anilMr aoolIr aridMr
Mr Ir I Hiirhett ken Whit Whltby Whlllnlftrll WhitPassengers
Passengers by th the American liner linerYork 1lIrSew limierNew
Sew York for Plymoinh Cherbourg nnd nndSouthampton nllliSuhalllpton maulSouthampton
Southampton SouthamptonMr
Mr Ir Marcus Iar Dulr Dsi 1111 H H hancock Mi MiWlnlfrwl MtWinifred It Itllntrrfd
Wlnlfrwl Harper W A Jtltcry Ifrr efftr Muior MuiorT 111torT
T H l 1415 < o Archblihop rellblh Cutmt Oflllt ttHlroi ttHlroiHrrptvcky IIIIItzJItck tuuireauluzyptyck
Hrrptvcky and Otto Sclvnilorf SclvnilorfHy cInf1rrD1
Hy the th Anchor liner Furn flrnf04ia ia for forMr CorOIIU1po forGlasgow
Glasgow OIIU1poMr GlasgowSIr
Mr 1 II Clerk Robert Crulic chrl Chrllo Chrlloph1 rhrltophur to tophr
phr JohnXon IIlIrI n < l Ilnrrv SMitnrr
1 1GAlIlRlES
zsI SUl zni r = j mN YORK yaair yaairFREE my
At t unrestricted Public Sale SilMonday 531ft1onday SaleMonday
Monday and Tuesday Tucsd1 lvenings lveningsnexr L cnln s snext
next Dec S nnJ 6 at S oclock oclockThe ocloCKThe oclockThc
The Collection of ofEngravings o oEngraings oEngravings
Engravings and Etchings EtchingsFlnr
FIre Ex EX4mpls EX4mplsRcmlrlndt mplts mpltsRembrandt f fRembrandt
Rembrandt Durer Millet Htimondi HtimondiVan mondi mondiI
Van Leydcr Hider Mtryot end rd others othersfornir o otlucrafuurtsrd herJ herJfurmr
fornir lit litDr h hDr iiiDr
Dr Charles Hitchcock Hitchcockof
of > ueqi ueqiAlstt t 1 1Jnpanese nt ntAl
Al AlJapanese Alstt AlsttJapanese >
Japanese i Ivory Carvings CarvingsJades J
Jades T1 cs Crystals CrystalsOriental Cryst1lsi CrystilsOriental
i Oriental Porcelains ard arc Fatcnc FatcncEuropean FaiencEuropean FaiercEurcpcin
European Broret BricBrac BricBracCabinets Bric BricBracCabincta Brac BracCabinets
Cabinets and Miscellaneous Objects ObjectsI Objectlr
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lutlr 11 ttlI ttlIflonday uIIAt B BI
At I unolrILl1Ibh unetrttra tatti I Inondoy Ir Irflondny
flonday and Tuesday Al Alnext AJtrncons AJtrnconsnext Altrniconnext
next Dec 5 and 6 S at 3 acIc acIcYb < cl clc clcfho C Crh
fho rh estee < will 11I lir 10 rnnliirtr cnrICI J JrfU h hMr PiSIr
Mr rfU rilOHAS > K I Klltlll I IC Jlllnr < ittfli nf lh lhAMURICAS I lbAM1RIIA i iA
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1 RnvcriKTs ull > f tin AIT r i in 1111 Airrricn Airrricnwill ttronlcawill IrrloaiIIlluld
will iIIlluld I > > InIll this iiftorn r for til the purpoi purpoiof
of IC iricaiii2ini < l rcfTiinlito t fr thi thiniiiiiK I Vt > fn fnuilln Cflsuuitig
niiiiiK year It I it nl prlmMo that th thiifw tbmuew 1 1W
iifw W lionrd of fliriTtrr will act < m 11th 11thchrjt the thorhnrK thecharges
charges M pr prfrreai fTrp < l nciin ngitnt t J InmiItron InmiItronhlrecol nu tron tronDr
Dr IIroI1 tel in conmuoul Hiimri onllI1II iiii with 11 I it jpi Pthrnpinllhlp utl utlchiamnpiomtship < l
1 cluimpionphip < of uf Hi I h iiil Ihrnlll < TnntivniI rnnt intl nill ivH 11 11tlon aivitlion ivHtlon
tlon toiirniirrctit urnmN lioM ot it I rVIint Iiv nt Iir IirAllan ItlIan iiithan
Allan A Hyir win If ufirwlivl tortlnnii tortlnniij t ort III1nI III1nII land landFjthi
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tier iIprtloti isct luct ii I r Ir ttili
Winter = inter For the sake of diversity we have haveO havcgone I
gone a long way with winter over overOvercoats ovevercoats ovcOvercoats
Overcoats O
vercoats coats coatsfor coatsfor coatsfor
for Men I In n form in fabric in design and in J
Ii lining ng they cy arc c as varied as the edict edictTO edicto edicta
15 4 t 45
TO o
WI will II perm permit permitInvariably It ItInvariablythegarmentsmorethan
a Invariablythegarmentsmorethan Invariablythegarmentsmorethanjustif Invariably the garments more than thanjustify thane
e c justify the price whether it be 15 154s
45 or intermediate intermediateHacMiCartiatiC intermediateHackett intermediateHackeR
HacMiCartiatiC HackeR Carhart 6 Co
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