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"NEVERDID ANYTHING WRONG," SAYS COLONEL so Hc' Miro Penrose Xor Any Oik 1. 10 ''i"'' "'' Any iliins "n lliin.' m;ru KN'O.X INCIDENT M'civinr.v Siiil Mr. Fi'iek Would Miike I P for Any Oil Money Uri'liucil. m.i t. nT. s. v.. Aug. rr. With tho fVmie inquiry Inln campaign contribu tion nh"N"'l f'r llm time lielng, Col. tt.vikAu'i ''i1- Kiven bin attention during tho fo.t tHcnlv four limil-H to tl Pro rl.iii for t ho New York (State fKhf U 'io i'l Kne to. morrow night to ! imp ili" m.i "f Vrrinoni, l';(itinlng ,rr. villi an .ihiiOfft unbroken niiiiKi(rn n'riiiliiifi ivrr nt. wet, tho N'iw Vork . In mUiiik iidv.ilil.iKo dt a tem ,. lull in Rt liirt mmI of approval i I'M' pl.iim fur tho .Sl.itn convrn- '.l ll ll he .l !l! Ill his (lll.senefi, fi. lv.M which Hill bo put into the I luil 'intr t.irt inch!, with tieorgn W. Perkins William lloirhkltu, Htato chalrnian, lie nen' mer Hirrfiilly mrry tlolail In ih on' nnd mt I'rnKrcMlve tlsht that tho loloncl -'i!' i'iM-j ho will make lor even v !! lllt Stalo llclcct. 1 ho nl.itfc.r i luriinil.irlv lni- ln nnd..r ! e.,tiMder.i'i.ni .mil tho Profiressivo Inader I h.itl li- LiM oi.l as to what will Ko( 1 ,itoi' i itiipimlior Wlll.im A. rrender-i. w he ho .iisird tho ex-Presldent i '. dt.iw i.: up a Si.tio ticket, ronMilt.nl Tiih tmii i-evcral hoiii at Sag.imoro l!i'l t, -lir tii irr. in of tho conference i v.i IiiTi-p- .Ii wils unwilling to commit mix'ir upon llie candiii.ilo whom tho l'rnsrer.iv wotlld put uii for Governor. Mr Hct,l., w Mr. PreiKlercnM havo ! . i . i, . rwHI) t.KtlUOllfU tin Weil tH JtKlcn irsil hellogg mill Ikiinbridgo Colby. l"h" t olrm l wd, informed that u rumor nA aloar thai Mr. Colby a hit choice 'ii the pcMMon. He responded thut ho did tir.t iii'ind to interfere in tho helection of a candidate and would leavo it to the r'ocrcp-ive (urty. I hae a ery high regard for .Mr. ill.y a I have for tho three other gentle mn tnn!ioiied." he wiiil. "They have .'I four 1 ei'ii t.illsed of xtrongly lint that s m.T' r fro tlw Pjogrest-ive party to I he -tutrmciit for the Clapp committee is ipiieved to be certain that it. will go rhifh the former President promised to 1 to tn United States Hupremo Court for iimr in linn of terrifying iwionally lo third time becau so of the exceptions n In- relation to the triiotd both liefore J notl by counsel for the union men do unl af -r diction ha mt with a bctback fel,lan,s. vMi g 1 1 the Colonel's desite to reread ) ''"dgo Martin ruled that the Berg 4 Co. tl - old rrhbo!d-ltosers teMImony. Ptr'1e in Grange. N ! might bo in ' win hardly be ready. Col. Hoobevelt i I'"'re' Into to prove that the Individuals m now. liefor.; iip.t Monday. According i lur. iireMit ititvnlioiib it will be a long ck- '-m-iu I wt'l not tell yo'i how long for fear of ipli'eiiing you." he i-aid to the news- ' '.ier men this ev.-nin- I' is known ' ..-ever: 'that outViS"' "of VhT maTeriai 1 in ii mi irni iiirer.ciy gien out in his "tiii Matemeiitrt i: will contain some .(") words of n.,w mat'r, He la UWmlmd that U shall lie com - !te in ever?' respect and Bhall cover . ve-y phaso of his relations to the money oerb whidl have been even rpmntolf 1 . ., . J rtj?i "rttrViihra nhl. ll lie WTOtO in 19U4 to Jlldizp Parker as vfll as the letter concerning the Harri rnn nue&tion which ho sent to Vice l'":i'lcnt James .S. .Sherman. I' ii nlso likely that Col. Roosevelt i .- - u'ement will dispose of the report i- w. r tan- Knox had entered his .ftli-e in '. " Wliite. Houiui while ho waa dicta'mc the letter to George U. Cor 'elyou. ui which he directed his campaign manager to receive no contributions fi-mii the Hiandard Oil Compauv. and was a pn the imprefrsion that tho 'letter was written only for purposes of record. Tils tho Colonel has denied. To-dh-, he said no recalled tho fact hut Mr Knox did enter the Executive; nic itj-t at that time, and l-night have "ard hun nmv that the letter would ktvp to keep thi tecord straight or some nna t.. 'hut e.Tect Hip v- Knox did not receive the im r-n -h ..n 'hut the lttor whs vrritten tolelj-j ' , 'In- rwonl " fiiiU the Colonel, "for Iio 1 iiTf-ix urc.H turprit-e over a Presi- ii'hI d''ilulitto refiifiinc hiipIi n i-ini. ri'ttt'iu'i .Hid at Ihp Knnifi rimft inffirmivl ! i- Dm' h" fit Run. Mr. Frick would make i- Ul-.i C.irvl lb' (irtimr T'ri-idciit recurred with .'in- oiiiiitoinvnt to-day to W. It. llearst'H W' tn"ii' in.it he had in his K)KMion itii,t. uhteli wcrei-iilrulated tocuiiM n- ' i.lonol roiny Pinbarratnient. No in iiti,,.r from or to t'x-Con(rewman M. . nt I'tiuihylvanirf, to whom Mr. 'I ill' jl' OiIhiI riw tli nr. Imlu-u.n tnv jn.Mrd Oil rotnpativ, could Iio found,1 1 i uluni'i ran), uft.M- rareful Kenreh of i rri iiondnp.i lllf-- lln pvaii - "'iiJ .i doubt about Mr. Hean.t having ' I .i li-ii.r If Mr Hearst or anybody cle," iald i'i Rive m an idea of the contcntn .' ii Mi" npproximatti date of any letter 1 '"-'V M' UM-ful to the rommittee .- ..ih i,u ery plud to produce it myself." . ' '"' ''fli t set ariytiiiiii; on mo," the "nrl Mtlirni(.t in a luiid oico by wav ' il ?tj"t. of t 'if whole matter, "hecaus'o ''i 'i"frdoni.nnythinK wroni;, , 1 learned ln ru to-night that George '1 UM'iis)iTin a tcoeUed into tho , ,, jtll OJK.n llrnw by ,.0j l.lj.)-... .'ll .... k. I ... l..f. 1. I I . ii. -..jiuiy iimi. it, jKnuuiK irom r'll .i htdtf meiit tn the pfTrwt that. n- vw.r,. .n s;,y,llMOrt, mil ,my i response .;; "ii:r,iphl'- reciuost from Col, Uoose '.I i Nat Im hud told no one that ho wi.ji.i I,, r ipiiort iImi Progressive can ' ", I e colonel dwlined toi-otnmont l-"'l ' '" ' Hrill. lit lior i liuti t.i uu v I 'ii worn irom e.i-wenator of Smith I ,i kot a asking tne to v .lleimk I rr.rillivl tlmt. I vnulH .', f '.'V ' ' """ Of coiin.o I aesumed ' 'h. re-iijoMt .Htn.ifroin Mr. Williams." v.. h. rK-jrt whioh brought, down 1 iiii(.i kconi uiKjn tho luckless i nsLn.l r l..- ............ . l " nr. inn i ir.-i ii iiiiiui liru irnai. senator enrowt nays ' 1 i kiv Roopevolt was "''.' he, ,lnhn I). Arehbnld mill 1 "i ' ihlnv diseusised with tho "i tho dropping of 'I'aft boforo epa't;ii nnd that ut, Ovnliir Huy " and Aldiich lie had (r "i tint to nend tho mesfrugo on I . I I I if lei cay that. Rockefeller, 1. -nnur Hiiio also prohont.? 1 ' ' -t i - iei.)orirn "'Inn gates I .i l.'.'ble inindMil old woiiimi I t.iinuig lor those who accept I i i.illi.il upon (he ux-ProM-I" -idei. I 'onipt roller I'lfii " U-rl llanon. Rolwrt ''"1- ' 'r nml Pr. Wonioi of the I" 're t . Utooklyn' ""ii will moior into New li'ini-r t.i-morioiv night, and nVlo.'k tiaiu for .North I'.' WHY of AlllilllV. I'" n ui., M Htrrri niil MrlUr Curl., i- " I Ii" w.it'rfiont "i -. lie li.v b"en on rirlke 1 ' 'I ir" ha.'k .it work 'I hy '' .'in esjmn.i hill no hither fATHER TO SAVF. Mnrwvp i " !ii llloir Wiia "si rack In Her Urfoncr. Vi.NKUNn, r. ,f auk. ST. Henry anrtnn, 2t yonrs old. of thl, plnco Mitlilx-.l l.tn father. IMwrtrd T5, Gnrtnn. l; jlruiii i last nlRlit with notnto paring hnirc. Hp Ka,o lilmnclf tip four linurH Hftrr tho t1K, ,.ntf voUc t)lnt ;o lui.l Mnirk In polf-Oofnnco Uillo iiplitliiK to khvo his niollipr. i 4. ....... 11.... ..... ."...,i,K lo ncnry Onrtim'i. stnrv lll.M m,m;t no i inn Dppn rir n nt- .M.oil a knife from 11 taMn In tho nil- inn iind nttnokrd Mr. Gorton In the (llnliiK rout. At his mother's cry Homy, Juinpeil for Mb father nml numancl l,l fx . 1"!? of tll(1 ,(nlfc- 1,1 1110 "IniRKloi Hint followed Henry unys that Ills father' cot him down on n tnblo and was chok InK him, when he finally Kot the hand froo tlrnt held the knife and struck at lis father. The knife penetrated thol throat. j .Mother nnd son fled to a relative's! home, where, Mrs. Garten nought to H'ep her son with her. ti nnntu. ' mtuded her he .-ays, to let him ko nnd Klve himself up. BOSTON WAITEBS WALK OUT. Hnutitl, I.rniP the. Tonrnlne to clot, Mmin IHiiIiik Hootn. HosroN-. Aug. 27 --Th Hotel Touralno wns fori ed to close It main dining room shortly before noon to-dav iw n result of th utrlko of tho wiili The llghu in tho dining room were ex. unRuisneti and two maids stool at the piiiranee. uiey directed guests to the German room In tho baaemant for luncheon. I Slxtcin waiters in the oorTe mm ,0-u5r ioinn the strlkerv. Tho strlkcru i , , H number to B.,,y",U' , A,'0Ut,Ul0 "old to-day wero between aml ,llirlr PlcUolf. Two puui-rmeii irom tlio Lagrange street l",,lo' kept tho pickets on the move, although tlfev were not driven from the neighborhood. Guests of tho hotel were r.rved break imM Domowhat tardily to-day, butnobodv went h ngrv. It wan expect o 1 bv the strlkpra tlmt P.., V "..""i ".! . .nw i uuiiK n, titfn Milieu helni! IITHIpp tha A.iliin ma ntl f-nmn.i, ..u tho foiirnilio. Another lmt.TI it watt rcporte.1. might be atlected UjO. HATTERS' CASE MAY GO HIGHER. AtlorurM for Colon Unlrr i:xrep llnna at Hartford Trial. Hahtfohd. Conn., Aug. 27. At the end of the flr.u day of testimony In the fumous ten-year-old Danbury Hat case in the United States Court before Judge James I.. Martin of Urattleboro. Vt . and a jury, it knew of the actions of the union officials and lenders. 1 he two principal witnesses to-day were former Oenntv Sharlff .la mM Miiii ..f South Norfolk, secretary of the local un'o,anfl of Uie United Hatters of North AmeriOaajid former State Senator William r&M3 of STOKERS DELAY KROONLAND. Men Mke Her About a Day . Pot T, rt n t-- i i . . in? omii unci niuuuiauu EUb in rr a.bout a d,ay u.te- ,The Kroo- luid shippod a new lot of stokers on this trip and hsr slow time Is attributed to their inexperienca. The passengers, included Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mees and the former's brother. Dr. C. h, Moea of Boston: S. Moody, super intendent of the Pennsylvania lines west of Pittsburg, and Mrs. Moody; and Mrs. J. B, Aleshire, wlfoof Major-Gen. Alehire of the quartermaster's department, United States Army. Mrw. Alesnfro was accompanied by her daughters. Miss Marjorieand Miss Dorothy Aleshire. They were greeted with a wire less message from Gen. Aleehtro last Mon day night, informing them tliat he had been promoted from tne rankjof llrisdier General to that of .Major-General. JULES DECLINES CONGRESS. Bollera Convention Waa Tllearal and Will Aid Ilronn. NoitTHronT, L. I., Aug. 27. Rowland Miles to-day refused to accept the nomi nation for Congreaa for the. First distriot made at the necond Uemocratio conven tion held in Minoola yesterday. He waa nominated by ten of the delegates who walked out of the hall before tho remaining delegates nominated Lathrop ilrowii of St. James. Mr. Miles mid in refusing the nomina tion tliat Mr. Brown was a personal friend of hl.s and he had been advocating his nomitution for some months back and had been working for him. He declared that tho adjourned convention which nomi nated him. Miles, waa illegal and that Mr. Hrowii waa properly named nt the opening convention. SOLDIEBS SHOOT UP VILLAGE. TerrorUc Inhabltanli of Little Dela Trarc Toirn After Flit I'lsbl. Wilmikoto.v, Aug. 17. Soldiers from the Ughty-flrst and Hfty-flfth companies of Coast Artillery from Fort Dupont, in camp at the State rifle range, to-day shot up that part of New.Castle known as Dob binvillo and had the inhabitants terror ized until their ammunition gave nut. A party of soldiers bad a list fight with iviiiia Dobbinsville citizens. They were bested and then proceeded to camp, re turning later to shoot up tho village. DulletH entered soverul bulldingK, but no ono was injured. RAID BOULEVARD HOTEL. llrlrrtlrra Arrest Waller tVho Is llallrd Ont by I'roprlrtor'i nifr. fietectlvps Dwyer and Hall of the staff of Inspector John F. Dwy-er, who micree.lcil IriHtierlor I'oniellui Hayes In roimnaiiil of the upper Tenderloin, last nlcht raided the Bmihivard Hotel, nt Hlxtv-ieventh ctreet and Ilroadway. where .lulls Curran nn murdered InHt Thursday nlcht Willinm llonnln. n nnlter. watt "Hrrested on a nniraut eharcinir him villi Keeping j. iiiiiiiii'iiv iiimi'i. i im iimviiiM en m?u took a way the hotel rculMer The warranl whs IsHiird by Chief Macl tr.Ko Mrilii nil evlilenee ohtained by tvo dflei'llve. Ilniikln i V5 years old and elves liM nUitre at :inA7 Hrod'aj. 1 he dtee tivi' bay he rn In I'liaruii of tho hotel al ilin time they unt the evldcii'-e 'the wnltrr wa hailed out by Mr. Dora flume, nlfe of Hhelnhold llucfe. proprietor e I lie lintel, u ho save as fcriirly a llflmn "fiilty in Tlronv property worth about l.vi.ono, A little while after bail had been given Mr Uui-so nnd his wife went, to tho west Sixty-eighth rtreet hint ion with Ilonsin Mineimerea tno prisoner anil asKwt iiiht inn nan ue rangeii'Mi I'onrin was taken into custody and tent to tho night court. THE SUN, -JUST PUBLISHED- The Red Lane aaaaall "'aaaaaaaaal w'aBBBBBBBa V BBBBBBBBBBBBBbV BBBBBBBBBBBBrV ' fAaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaV VHHllllllllllllllH rmm Illustrated. Posf 6Vo, Cloth, $ 1 .35 net. HARPER & II MOTHERS. NEW YORK KEEP THE COLONEL IN HOT WATER' i . llopps Hearst Will Publish All; .Aboul OH Jim's ViVils lo White 1 1 ni so. TLixx will hi; i:asy" Hns Witness lo 81.000.(100 15id for Senate Sent Jjeere tnr.v Knox to TetiO. WAsmxaios, Aug. 17. -The most in teresting development in the lVnroe Hoosevt'lt controvursy from the Washing ton viewpoint, was this statement at tributed to Col. Roosevelt: Mr Knox did com Into the loom where I was wtitlntt the letter uho admonitory letter to Mr Lortelvoin and my le'olleetlon is that I luld him I unnled it to go into the record, beeaiice 1 wanted th record kept straight and lor no other ren-on Senator Penrose and othere of the Col onels enemies attach a good deal of im portance to this statement. They point out that the Colonel himself has now ac knowledged the accuracy of a part of the story that has been circulated about Secretary Knox being present when this letter to Lortelyou was written. T ho part of tho story which Col. Roosevelt doesn't touch on, though, i. that he was told in the presence of Mr Knox that the J100.000 contributed by the Standard Oil Company had been expended and that it was conse quently impossible to return it. It was after receiving this information that Mr. Roosevelt. according to the state ments that have lieeu mud- in regard to this incident, said that the letter ought to go into the record anyway. Tho Clapp investigating committee will call Secretary Knox as a witness and his testimony is expected to bo most impor tant. Senator Penrose left Washington this afternoon for Atlantic City after announc ing that he would pilch the fight against Roosevelt to tho end and that ho would have further mterfsting disclosures to glvo to tho public within a few days. Tho Senator Rf-emed to bo somowhat amused at the daily statements thut are coming from Oyrter Ray and ho prom ised to "keep tho Colonel in hot water" and to givo him a stiltUient number of charges to answer so as to prevent tho controversy from becoming monotonous either for the Colonel or the public. "I am going to Philadelphia to see some people und refresh my memory about certain affairs," said Penroso. "I will be in Atlantic) City for the next three weeks, running ovor to New Vork and Phila delphia from there. I expect to havo many things to say. For one thing I will comiel thn owners of tho Philadelphia Xorth American lo ilitgorr.n l'ditor Nan Vnlkenburg by disclosures I will make." "What alxiut William Flinn?" the Sen ator wus uskod. "Oh," ho replied, ''ho will 1 easy I recolvod a letter to-day from a man who has a witness to tho offer of ll.OuO.ouothut Fllnn made to me for a scat in the Senate, Other witnesses also will l produced on tliat score. " Speaking of Mr. Roosevelt's recent statements, Mr. Penrose oniJ: "We liavt progressed at least to where it is admitted that the Standard Oil money was received and not returned, allot which tends to clarify tho situation somewhat." Penroso said that hn would lie pleased to have Mr. Hearst publish u II letteis and documents relating to himself which may be in his Kscssiori, "I hone," said he, "that he will publish all ho knows ubout, Mr Koostivnlt's infla tions with thn Standard Oil Comuiuy und other corporations and special interests. I wo Btrunk especially by his mention of th intern iew at tho White Houni l-oforo the l(pul)llcaii voiivention of iW le. tween Mr. Roosonelt ond Mr. Al chboldHiid Mr. Sibley. I CHpociiilly hop., ho will ptllilirli nil no Knows aimiit huh nnd other Mf.it s ol it'itain gentlemen to .Mr. Roose velt." Stories were in circulation to-dav that Senator Penrose would 'luirg before the investigating coimuittei) Mint II II. Rogers mill John l A rchholiJ visited tho WhTto lloiibitu short timn beforo the Re publican convention of IPOS mid discursed wilh Mr. Riosvelt n plan for dropping I'aft and puttiuj; himself forward for u third term. Semitor Clapp, rhnirinan of tho com mlft'.ii which is to iiiMMtit-'iilo cumpuiim foiitribiltlotis, left thn eil to-day for Vermont, where ho in lo speak for tho Progressive ticket He said before leav ing that. It would be impossible, for thn committee to meet before Kept umber .Hi, H"iiutor Penrose mid John 1 1 Arehbold will derailed to the slam! and reexainlnd ,,.,.1 Mr In.l.l.nU will I ... 1 1. ... I In ,,r,l,..,.. 1...,,.. Mil a iiimI 111.. Iuk-iLi. i.f liid ,.,-,,i,,jr... ! Alnnni' the I rst Witnesses tn I mi sum ...j, . ... i... . inoned will bo William R. Hearst . Ho n ill bo questioned in regard to the batch of Stundnrd Oil letters which he has in his possession nnd which hnvn been liltermg out for the lust, three or four years Many other well known men will bo called to the witness stand. Resides Col. Roosevelt there will be George W Per kins, tieorgn H. ( otteltnij, William lioeb, Jr , Secret ury of St.ito nuv, William WEDNESDAY, , AUGUST By Ho man Day Author of "King Spruct, Hie Riinrodiltr!," etc. Love, daring and romantic adven ture all figure in this thrilling tale of the Canadian border. The story opens in a roadhouse run by a man whose convent-bred daughter is the heroine of the story. I ler ignorance of her father's business, her sudden appearance at his place in the midst of a Inw-brcaking carousal and the unexpected declara tion of love from her Yankee lover, begins a novel of more than usual hcait interest. The scenes arc dramatic, the setting picturesque and the theme is of striking force, giving this aulhor of humor and philosophy new opportu nity for pictures of virile life. Quite naturally it has become one of the sea son's most popular books, for it is a capital story characteristically well told. THE OREGON SYSTEM I3y AL1..KN" II. EATON lias been published for tho man who wanks to know tho advan tages and disadvantages of Di rect legislation jus demon strated by actual experience. Af II. EATON" has not sided iVJL with either Progressives or Conservatives. His book is simply an unbiased record of Oregon's experiment in Popular Government. As such it pro vides an invaluable commen tary upon some of the great questions now before the public. QREGON has direct legisla- tion. The Initiative and the Referendum and Recall have been adopted there. To all intents and purposes the people rule. Yet as the author states: .Some note COME to Oregon became the prcplc rule. Others .arc marcd OUT of the itale for the tume reason. NOW what IS the truth of Ore gon's experiment with direct legislation? How IS the System working? IS popular Government a success'.' Itrad the book and form your own opinion. Indexed. I'rice $1.00 r.cf At All Booksellers A. C. McClurg& Co., Publishers Flinn and a nuni bcr of Senators and Rep resentatives Senator Payuter of Kentucky, one of tho two Democratic members of the in vestigatingeomtnittee, has resigned, and hi place will be filled bv appointment by Chairmun Dillingham of the Senuto Committoo on Privileges and Klectlons. $25,000 MORE FOR PENROSE. Fllnn's Paper Ask Hint If lie Didn't C.rt Sno.OOK In All. PirrsDuno, Pa., Aug. 27. Did Senator' Bies Penroso receive two payments of ' 2.1.Ki each from John I. Arehbold of tho Stsndnrd Oil Compmiy or jso.oou in nil? If so, how did he sjiend the other' KJ.OOii? H ho didn't receive JJ.VOoo ' twiro. why does the Aichbold letter men-' tion ?.),rfio sent to Penros.i as u certiticnto 1 of deposit, while Arehbold on the stand Ix'foro the Senate cominitteo testified he (Mid Penrose ?.,U0i in cash? if tho 1 claim may Im set up that the published Arehbold letter is u f.il.e. then why did tKith Penrose nnd Arehliold hurry to ex plain the I'.'S.fhW directly ufter tho letter whs published? These, with other iU03tion. of tho snnin import, were in ft telegram sent to Senator Boise Penrose to-day. from the Pitttfbuir; Leader, William Fllnn's organ- , Tho leader, in uddition to telegraphing i Penrose, got into coiiimiinieatiou with Senator Moses K. Clapp, chuirman of I he , Senate sub-committeo oti Privileges und ! Klections, and an a result Penrose will lie ' asked to explain the discrepancy lni- 1 mediately after the ruuitnittee renew.-, the election contribution inquiry on ! Septeinlior .10. sr.nns mow the TVixortAru. Thr Kanus rlmi uf taint Into the cuurtu In an . ftnrt in forcn Kou.tciMt elcur ott thr nrpulillonn HrkU will he tollowr.) hv thl 'I'aft iimnAK.rs 111 Nrbrjrt.4, It w.ih hi,. ni.iiiKcil h( Lincoln. nxtiiks thr lirnlth Mwtlmrlil-ii of PjIU nnur niiicri that rlglit-..rH.oli Kosa Jlr niitiky Is i tiphoM mrrl r. lni Nllir h nrd.tiil h.v thi rouri .i ti-rp hi hll.l in rlixirs Ii In mIIck'iI Hint f'"ir ilill.lri-li wh'i iiil with her (unnacii'il I: plitl l. Ilrnlh'r l.llirrolor lln.-i nf Sviuth Nor.Ok. ( HrlnUn of tn ltnl nhoiiir onl'-i . Hut -i riirn- in ii ires mi l io lilnn.lf in Irani lo s.liii, Mml In irilne I" ill.hr hrohr his' inti.s IN.vrUl't'TIIINs, XMV MlllK. IVrUUIII, I 'or lloii mid nuuc ,Mrn. Worrall Hall Academy JH;;h;VrV an nan iiuucuiy irfc- in, '1 ynr. A rri't pirimrittarv irho'il In Ihf'il. plctuifijiiii IilBhliniil of thr Iftid- r :ad-niln and loislnrss tonrsej l'rlnaiy 1 Mlllnrv thn hrAl '(on. Acaa Department, U"-bl fiaiute IndhU'Hl a tlcu- non. jerms. ti'jii Addrr.. 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Lt,w Schaola, New York University Law School Mtn l'rar open Sept. at. Moraine Clan, 19. Afternoon Clan, .. i:ienlng Clai, s-is. Iisree Lf n.. LL. U.. J. P. .niiretai-. J. iiiniuiiii,.'sec.,vaaninf lonHq,,N.S. I Drooklxn. ) Tor Dji nd Youat Man, 8T. J0HNTSC0LLEQE lewlt A; YtlllouBhby Ay Krooklr- ; That's the place toedueatoyour boy. riepares for all counen Wrtto for oataloiue ' Miffcni. Vor dlrla nnd Ynunc AVoraen. CADEMV OV Tni". HOLT COILtl. nnrrn. i, Disrdlnir and tMv Srliool for ynunf ladlrv opens srprEiinuit nfii. tin. For term apply tu Mother Hupetlor rotadara. For Hot Ii feitn. fir AVl'NonMAir.N'-riTIJTEOr MUSir VIVrtiir .,l.ni. N. V. Tratnlna-u-riMlrnr (nipervnora ot tuio in purine tcnooit. Botn ee oice, n larmonir. 1 umi. LarTramtnc. Slrht Sln. ins ralaloc MIIV .IKRStY. rr Fluji anil Voonv Mm. STEVENSSCHOOL ?,tcrni Innlluir of Trchnolot r.urrM bet Mh nml nth Si. lohoUeu. N J. itr.oi'KNs fern nun, 101a. lleuHlratl'ili rial Sapl.tlaiid lo. 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