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THE SUN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1912.
16 LAWYERS UNDER CHARGES.
Ilnr VoHiitlnn ; tu 1 1 1 c Ilrlnits
ii ir-iin I'otirt I'rofOMlliiud,
Pi irei-dings to discipline sixteen at
I iinrVs were brought by the grievance
minmiltee of the liar Association before
lh Appellate Division of the Supremo
feint nti tho first motion day of the
October term. The court took tho pa
per in the majority of the cimh after
Klnar Chryntle, rotinsel for the grievance
committee, and tho attorneys for the
lawyers under charges had agreed to
make no argument.
One of tho lawyers involved was Fran
cis X. Under, general counsel for the
United Wireless Telegraph Company,
who was sentenced to two years In At
lanta on tit convict iti cf viohtiug tho
postal laws. Holler was teleiised last
summer liy the paidon bontd and has
since been trying to Induce tho Govern
ment authorities and Judge Martin, who
tried him, lo help him in hit appeal
agaiust debarment because of his con
viction, lender llie law tho mord of
sucli a conviction miulres the disbar
ment of a lawyer.
Oilier attorneys Involved arc George
rtohinson, Arthur II. t.a Tar, William A.
Hayes, CJIfford Ij. Heat p, Kdward V,
Hhiuson, lloberl I). Dotiohtle, Chester A,
Hayles, Alfred II. Jaworowrr, Clarence
V. Hlrdseye, Robert Ktiehnert, William
G, Mulligan and Herman I'romme.
Mr. Mulligan is a Hronx lawyer, who
wild his wife, also a lawyer, has had
more or less litigation with others, lie
put in a bill of 120,000 to the Northern
ltank for organizing a movement to re
store confidence in the Hamilton Hank,
predecessor of tho Northern, at the time
uf the panic.
fllinrrir MrlhoilUt Anniversary.
Tim fiftieth aiinhersnry of Kpisropnl
Metlinillmi In Hakervllle, Conn., Mill be
eelelimteil next Wednesday In the Metho
tllftt Kptwopal C'liurrh, or which tlio llev.
K. M. Ilulleck is. pastor. The Ucv. .fames
M. Iluekley, I). I)., w ho was for many years
the editor of the New York t'Arfnlian
lurvtr, will preach tho seml-rentennlal
TEXAS AGAINST CONSUMPTIVES.
Slnrt Campaign to Re
Thelr Inflax In Stair.
Oct. 12. Got. Colquitt of
Texas Is making a nation wide campaign
to restrict tho influx of tuberculosis suf
ferers into his State and has caused bul
letins to be printed setting forth the
reasons why it is inadvantagaoui for eon
sumptlves to visit Texas for relief.
The bulletins are Issued by the TatM
Anti-Tuberculosis Association, and Oot.
Dix received a letter to-day from Got.
Colquitt stating that while the Texas
climate was all right for consumotWeli
there were no hospital facilities or work
available for those unable to take oar of
West 42, Sir.
Win Ill 1 1 III II M 1 1 I ' l!M IH lilllll Mm T,,
V SJLA C JL J V V West
The New Aeolian Hall is Open
This great building, which, in the sheer magnitude of its
proportions, in its beauty and its completeness, surpasses any
structure of its kind in the world, was made possible by the
patronage and loyal support of the musical public of New
York. It ts, therefore, to the music-lovers of this great city
that it is fittingly and respectfully dedicated.
SUCCESS in New York is hard to win. This city with its opera find art treasures, its great
museums and libraries, its vast buildings and commercial enterprises, its magnificent hotels,
and the great ships coming to its doors sets t lie standards for the world.
There are no commercial processes whatever by which a business can win large success in
New York can become the leading house in its line except these: its goods must be the best,
its methods must reflect honesty and fair dealing, its prices must represent true economy.
Loyally have the people of New York supported the Aeolian Company in its enterprise.
In the growth of this business, from the modest first floor and basement at 13th Street and Broad
way, a few years ago, to this present magnificent establishment, is reflected an unprecedented
measure of public approval. .
As a partial return for this support, as an acknowledgment of the obligation we feel we
owe, we have erected this new building. In its every detail, we have attempted to create a
structure in harmony with the highest ideals of musical art an edifice of which New York
could be justly proud, and which would reflect this city's cultured taste. '
With all its imposing dignity and beauty, it is not, howervr, what the New Aeolian Hall
is, but what it stands for, that has direct personal interest for the people of New York. Here
is an establishment such as this city has always needed and never had. A great music house,
centrally located, perfectly appointed and containing all the standard musical instalments
demonstrated to be the best the world provides.
Here are modern instruments the celebrated group of genuine Pianola Player-pianos,
which in a few short years have revolutionized the music-industry. Here are famous old in-
struments honored for generations the magnificent Weber and the Steck Pianos, or the later
Wheelock, Stuyvesant and the wonderful Stroud. Here is a Victor headquarters, surpassing
in every detail any representation hitherto accorded to this widely-known and 'justly popular
Here are musical instruments for every need and for every purse. From the superb
Steinway Grand Pianola-piano to the modest-priced Stroud, from the elaborate Aeolian Pipe
Organ to the lowest-priced Victor Talking Machine, the best of every type and every grade is here.
And here The Aeolian Company pledges itself to perpetuate those principles upon which
its vast business has been reared principles which are the foundation stones of its marvelous
One price to all the loxvcst. One quality throughout the best.
, Aeolian prices, represent the truest economy, the greatest value for the money
Aeolian methods, reflect honesty, liberality and fair dealing
Aeolian service, stands for promptness, courtesy, and complete satisfaction.
Wij Aeolian Hall is in the nature of a buhlic Luildinp. It is
tsdt'nilril In Hie. Public and. in a sense, brlntius in the htihh'r
Its architectural features, its decorations, its color plans, are original
and impressive, unlike anything hitherto seen in this country. It is an
edifice to attract nation-wide attention.
From the moment its doors open at S.jo Monday morning, October 14II1,
it will thenceforth be free to all.
You arc cordially invited to avail yourself of the special' arrangements
made during this week, to entertain visitors. This invitation is not extended
alone lo possible or intending purchasers. Everyone will be made welcome.
THE AEOLIAN COMPANY
42nd Street, Bet. 5th and 6th Avenues