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THE SUN, SUNDAY, MAY 11, 191.1.
55 3 UNVEIL STATUE OFCARLSCHURZ JM'on.e .Memorial Stands in loriiinirsicto Park at 11 (Mil Sli-cut. A (illT TO THE CITY "pi'ff'inlfi' of Liberty" I.s Praised by .Notable Speakers. r It UK IS A FKATTHK ftiTiiuMi M'ii'ti's in bine Mhs ent!i;i Sell iiiv. ruib'tipos MollllltlCllt. ft f l" c.tti.' uitil uii'iiiut i.il to t'ul'l ,.. ilrt.iKlcr of liberty mill friend ,n n riKht," was uuwllcil yc-tof. rii..iii In tlnj !. it' the pmlt - li.sth Htrivt atiil MoriiliiKSiuV i -' .. 'in. I ynffftvii with him In the J l... lllllll llf 1VS Ui.'i. JltOTlIt A n. r'h mi lit)); gillie ..IT the . riTnle fiaod licuro cl.itl in the ; i.t p.) owrco.it, carrjlm; tin - f.t!iill!i)r flomhi'il Imt In Uip tin ii who luiil known him ii" Niri until r.Mirnluttn Mnrn!n; inrn I V n.nwi him n.-i a MaJor-i.Jt n- i'i- Ivil v tr, n s ,t ttihllcit. mi n .utlmr, ii lecturer, a iiii'mhcr vi..t rul alwiivH ii? an Indi'iifiitl ' ' ii .ititl .lctlnc Ann rem citl- m" ;.t;.ni were prrM iil. i I "f fn ni chiii" hl?!i prnl.'o iVr ' y in-) ii In uhntip honor the , i ',. -1 1'fi n rr.ittd. ' '-rtim II. von Krn-tnrtr. r- intl.-r to the I'nltitl .-'tutu. I i i id hue bv n tho "forcmoxt i ' leim.'ti tltroni In his conn '. !.i-.)Ii of Onnaii uniiy In ' 1 'ipi n roulisM hy HlMiian k . i rs ijlt r." :.'v : Mi.rdu ami pm-ence 1K1I ililmii testify tn thilr . i if Ihv life of Mr. Schiir". the ti'j i -ii .mil a liiuulivil i ! r.itlllfii lhl. iplnl.ni hy :' r pillars mllltla and o'riiiaii . f all Kltlils Which I'-iplllrtl an ..if - the te leMlni; Munil. Mltron ;lir. Moilllniriil. fp1 1. p1. "- . .; vr.: tivinorlal ininiii.cn i'U i.f the i Il ill- )i- Slut" i- . fl'ni! body lo th rltv lui-ii ,f . t.ul sohiiM memotl.tl i ..in i i o; gun. Dillon .-poiit.-.tii i)iil I uiiii h tindpfto.il; the r.iMim ' nt .n.-inev to Insure lis ."tire.-'. 'lit' - er-fiittil It anil It MttmN n Hi- bay of ill" p,iik wall, a uiiv .statu inn" fict tall. - I'.i",-. which In thi form of .1 . , worl. il mit in ,i urinit" -.! nditiu' .i:-nand the b.i;-. j :- I!tt Ik and rrprr.-inw Mr ! uv. In n ch ira-tirMo '.:ltuii, the. 'r.z i y iitid'-i' the lu-.ay' runs the htp'tlL- lnnutli li.-.lt' ion-I I und'-r th" beard, tie- t-he't w i forward, the coat envi loplnt; '-i-l: from th ."honlderi, one foot . -llchtly forwiinl and th li.it 'I' In hl riir'.i hand whlili has P' ! '.I III- ."Ml-. It IS .1- h. spoke ''! to ,'i ii' Vorlt awdieiici s. ' "'i fld-H the jinml'e ped'-tnal a ban r lief .illi Korlcal rep ol the prliulpal aitlvlelr Mnerit mi i.irerr uf the niati. ' r-'.ilnst "lavr ry, tin tljflit for i -i. :h lli;ljt for the oppnss.-d e, t,r- tnrniorl.il faces 1 1 'lib . 1 IO the kick- of It (I tit I below ' -il'isr'-'d. r.itl;. tip- top.- of the IiIrIi Mtimiirli to nllortl a trten ' - - ! I for It all. I our I. rami si,,n,, 1'Hlcil. !. two.i. ore distliiL'iil.-dieil nppr-ir-i from the home of Mnri-iv lliitlei-. jiiht .-irroHi the - .-th after oVInek yiT"terday . :. tli'y fotind the four Kr.ind- - ..e'l-d to form a Miunre, with - 1 M mil to the e.-il, tilled. " -t -taud w.-ih tilled with a slnc ' 'v. i lie north ftand r.iiitalned ni'l old ns-ioclat'-x, old tnen who ,'nrp" builne.i iif kini; untie ' ft niiati tnllllnry m" lee. wldli- 'l Wfi the tfiliil for otllelul 'i II fhotto Jed the prorerjtlon h'lle eui-t. .-ttinil, whlt'll wm.i so I tl a thosi who ocriipli d It '' 'tirn elth' ".-ay. to m-i. tip utattii ' ' i nfi!!el in a tlair or to thf .i'Mri tin- iniijtltntlr. ' ''li'.ite w.i- lollowed by Mayor W'o Mitlk'-tl with i "mint von "'ft Tin n tutu- ConciesMTiiin. -I f -rtleildt of Mist-uiirl, who had n 'I'rniati p:lsr,Tih for the t lli-rty: 'Viinptt oiler I'reiitlir ' l n'oiitrli IVf"!tli'nt McAneny, Dmii nt' r ot Columbia mid t, N. t-Yllp- ' ' north of th!' little .tand )wus ' ' tow of chairs find on .the. twre tnenibtrs of the Siliurz " Antonln .hipf-eii, 11 nIMfTi i Monana anil AK.'itlin Sohurz, ' . r-.ni ),. srhurz, a son: n ' : nn old friend Andrew far i.t 'I Mr" r'ainecle. Just bark of "itlesijt Hooker T. WnKhlliijtoii , !own Die line were l)r. Abrn J a eter.in of JilS; Mr and f' vii ii liariison Vlllard, Ifermnn r ml iiiemberH of the committee. mil In Illinois and hi supported bin prlti 'Pi1 . Ik lapotiml lis c!ule imalllst Uoii8l.it.) When Abraham Lincoln be came t'rcsldmt f n,.. I'nltftl States ho iintili) I'.nl Si'htii-.; .MlnUtef to .s'p.iln itml Hint whs only nine ytais lifter he Jiutl arrh.d ,,h n iiolltlcul refugee Mr. Choati. kiiui as tlie kc.Mtotn of Uli life of Mr, Schlll-z his link pelldi'lU'o untl his mllicretic" to consolonce. "lie never fulliUMd n ll.lK in the urunt: illiectliiti," he mill. "Thrtttmluiut bis c.iieci' ho was Independent of ihouulit and convk'tlon, unbo'im! by parly alfllltitlon wl he thtitiKht " party fried." Maine U I tivrlleil. Mr. riioale llulsheil mid all till lit tl toward" the llnj; diapetl statue. Miss "AK.ulia Scliurz appio.iehed and the llau slid slowly away, tliscloslnu tint face and form, while the baud sti licit up "My I'ouutry, 'TIh of Theo" and all stood iiucoW'ied. The band llnl-hed and Mr, ('boate turii'tl to M.i.wir liaynor with the for mal words of picseiitatloii, llnishluK: j "Then' ho stands, Mr. Mayor, lie be-, IriiBH to the city now I hope the city will treasure him fof reitturics us fine ot the most valuable of Its citizens." Tin' Mayor accepted the statue tin behalf of the city. To him it was moit appeiilluK because It I .'presented the. ; spontaiieous tiiiiiite or uiiit.' Individ uals. TIlO city only hail colltl Ibllti'tl the settlnu'. The Mayor said Mr. Scluiiis hail ar rlvetl In the United Slates a full llctliteil American anil he made Ainhass.idur von I'crnstorl'f blush when lie iidiksl: "I."t me say to ymt also that In say- llIK that I have always thought of thei (ierman Aliibassatlof who Is present with us heie to-tla. That can be said of any Hermans who come to us. If they tin nut speak our l.insuuiio they think our thoughts. If we ate the 1 Anlo-Sa.uns they are the Saxons, ale I tiny not'.' Antl If the Aimlo-Sasous j are our paients tin) t-axon (.'crmins llllltit be our Klandpltl etlts." A nn lliTtiM.il-rr SpenUn. "oil lit von Herntorlf saltl that he esteemed It II lllnh prlvllKc to be pri'M'iit at the dedication of it statlin to the foremost Ainerlcaii citizen of ierman descent. "The piescnce. of the fiertnaii Am bassador to-day Is a sjntbol of th" con Mantly Increaslni; trieudshlp b'twrn Ha two countrle-." he added. The Ambas-'ailor said the "ar! Sehurz i-atue lo this countty atter the tallurc of a movement tor t'leriuan tmlt. "Twenty-two iiars later Hlstniuck compl'ted the work to whi'di "arl M-liur. u'.ivc the strenirth of his youth. 'I ho wolk marked the It cotieillatlou of ideals and work. ' The spi.iker limited the great Chan cellor. "Asa Herman I am proud of Curl Si Iiiiiz." and then In- iei-allt.1 a spieeh made by Schtirs In I'lilenuo In InTI in which he said: "I am proud of belni; the ni of (ierinr.ii " Tin) Ulan hail come with the Ideals of his youth ami hail pri Served th'-m tnr'"it:li life In- bad wmk.-d a- h" thoiiKht. and bis cireir had relleeied credit and honor not only upon hlin ttlt but upon Ids fatlu rl.tnil. "He M never a sjeophailt of power or tin- ilattcivr of the miiltltuik." he com h.ib d. l.ifiin i.'arpenter of Columbia and Con-cie.-sir.nn Itlehartl Rirtholdt followid. Mr llrirtholilt spoki- in tier man and he hrfii known Call Schiira. He -poke of the titan as lie km-w him and all through bis l, ppihe atklri ss tin r. were imneiun tinns of booh hoi h from I iiudnils of lu-tv thro.il- Mni-iiiuli l'le-klent MeAneny. -on-in- law of Dr. .I.ieotil, a luan of '. niade tin In.-t speiilt of th" atternoon, dwelhni,- upon the civic t xanipl" of Mr. Schurz and then the p u-.nl . which hail bc-'ii IniiMti'-ntly waitini: im an hour three block.- below, .-wint; into view. It dine fiom Hio.ulway and Si vetity-see. ontl stio t. VIOLETS OR VOTES? AND VIOLETS WIN Flowers rauso Mutiny in Sit ff ni ire HikciV IbiuUs. COI.. CRAFT POAYKItbKSS PRAISE FOR NEW HEALTH LAWS. ) linrltlei lliillelln lilt- I reillt tn l.eulxlalnii Im I'neil I ti t-til . The laul ii . I . ,) .1 . . I be.illh laws will Rte New nik of. . r lie bi.( titllipiri lieallli tli'p;iitini-i :s ni the I'tillnl Slates. Th" Stute Cliarltlt - Aid Association's bul letin prints Ihls mould a complete, sum luury of tint bill an I has this to say nhntil the null wkn p.'isu'd It: "Tho new laws urn the llrst strp in iiov. Sul.i't's elfort lo make New York State the healthiest State in the I'nloti. They bear thu names ot Senator John Srcley uf Steuben county and Assembly- man Minor MclJanlrln of Itlinca, tlio In tro'hlcers. To tliee turn beloncs a Inrse sh u-e ol the ci.illt tor the passime of the inc.isilii'S by the l,t'Klslatllrn. To Sen ator Itobert WitKiier, insjorlty leader of the senate; Senator Jnnii'S Krawley, cluilr itiiia of the Kllniiice Committee; Speaker Alfud Smith of the Aisembly, At'ltibtv. man Aauin l.ny, majority lratlr of the Assembly, and AssetnblMiian Robot t I'. Hush, fliiilriuaii of the Ways and Muans t'oiiunllti c, belntats a larKe laeasure of tilt tilt for the passage of thi' bills." Tint liutv law provides for n public health council consist lite uf tun' Commit) slolier of Health and (tlx metubprs up liohited by the (Imortior, uf whom lit leuit tlute shall In; physicians ami one a sani tary expOi'l. This louncll Is to enact antl from tlmo tn time ainunn t sanitary code to npply to till iortlons of the State except the city of New York. Tubercu losis sanitation Is espfolally provided for In irre.it detail, Health oftleers must niiike nieillc.it examinations of school chil dren. PASTORS TO AID FALLEN WOMEN. Mn" Uet lliiani'i .Vecir I'hllnrlrlphlB fur Itrfnrm Work. Pltlt.AnKt.i iii a. May. 10. Plans to rare for the women who hawi been nimlr home less thl'OUKll the eilk-t of tile I'ollre tie. partineiil In ipjarantltilim every ipii'stlnn able resort in the, city Iiiib been pronress- Ine since Mayor UlnhhenbiirB ejilled otfj the minister! of I'lilladelphlK to dovidft Homo method for their future welfare. The ehtjti'lies h.iv tsken up the matter. It Is now likely that one or two lurtft houses In the subtirlei will be tensed a a temporary homo for thMe who want t enter there. Those, who don't will not hn forced to tn there, but they will no Ni allowed to remain la the. city and tort tlnue their business. After the women hnvo hien In hl ham for a time the mnnaners if the movement feel that It will b" nn easy matter to gtl tliem positions In Industrial work. Tim Allied Ministerial Association hu iiiimil a commltte to berln tho reform work, Tho committee will tnet nM Wcdticudiiy, With Pcpb'teil Forco She Oops On to Vnllmlln mill Is Mot looti hall. COURT SCORES TRINITY. tcilrn, Selinri lllslorv, '1' i.'.ieiite. kfelnnir frit nd, as rhalr ""isn rt th., occasion spoke as an old '"'I n his imriittlw o( the life of r !-obur7 Je toltl how at thf iikc of lennan had nnlvcd In this conn r' poor. Iftiiorntit of lis lanpuaKi' and ' 'n1!fHs Hut he brotiRht with him I'leuls which have madi (brmauy n nnd which have contributed t-o eh In tin- pi .imperii v and prt ntness of ""IMcii e IrotiKlit with Mill lb. " whl'h lo.day have crcatnl what ' '1-rerlbfd a- the new AmeiicaniMn nurlfd nut little time for r.ivi trs to become an American. jp nc 'i-iteU a rna-ttri over tho IJnBllrli "tr'tn which it Mr Choatc's opinion never been enunlleil by- nnv other 'Mi who was btiiii wiih iinnther Inn '' 'e. I Jo raine at n time wlien Hie nl of the MNsourl compromise bill " stirrcil tho country and Jut pluiiKcd once Into Ihn flght. Iff picked out a man named Lincoln Itestures iiDlll ))' lllliilliue lill to Cnleitrliir Over Attiiriies objection. The corporation nf Ti-iiilt) Chun h ami its tittornevs were eiltiweil vesterdnv bv Cty Court .iti'tlec 1." neb tor tln ir attitude towanl a suit for tUmaurs btotiKht In be hiilf of a woman ulio was Injured on Trinity Cliutrh property thruuith the al lei;ed neuliKi-ni e of Hie ow iter of the property- The suit was dropped from the City Court trial lalendar through the ovir slitbt of the otii. m's attorney and when he akd to hale It le-tor.-d the TrinlU attorneys objected. In rulliiK: that the plalntllt's refpiest is fair Justice l.yneh tald: "The defendant, a corporation eompo-ed of the Kctor, church wardens and vestrj -men of Trinity Chutrh. nil nu n of hlch purpose nnd a charitable spirit, objects to the plaintiff' supplication for the reason that Inr ttttorno h.' been utility of laeie The opposition nrce no doubt In tile minds of ilclend.ints' attorneys, who me not enveloped perhaps in the mantle nf I'hallty and ale more siisceptlMi fier clianee to the selllsh mutlves of the world and the Ib sli thereof "The plaintilt should nut be delayed further. If her cause Is just ba It bo heard promptly lest she siiulter through tin- ntKh-i't of h'-r counsel, aided and abetted by this defendant corporation's repu-sentallves. Tills motion is granted on the niithoiiu of the so-called lioldeti Ililli- and W Ihner s Mink." W. E. D. STOKES SUES. Col. Ida Craft faced licr tlrst mutiny in the votes for women hlk" to Val halla yesterday. Votes versus violets was the Issue. The younger hlkcis succumbed to the tlower pIcklttR fever and left the colonel lilotiu to preach votes for women. Thev had met at the C.rand Central Station, at 1 0 : 1 r with nil their usual enthusiasm after u week's separation, (in the upper level a. croup of uthb tes with sweatets tied about their necks by tho sleeves ureetcd the hikers Joy fully "Wo know you." they announced. "Didn't we wait two hours to see you route. Into l'lilladclphla'.' C.ive. us u, button." They wern the University of Penn sylvania baseball team mi their way to piny Yale. Mrs. Maid sold them twenty tour buttons at one rent inch In mrty luht seconds and pinned on every but ton. Home members ot the team toou j two buttons, and collects ely they j oifeted Col. Cralt any amount of money for her bin banner, but It was not tot j sale. , Th" hikers left tho train nt North White I'lalns and stinted out. Hut upon Inqulrlne; they Kot hnlf n dozen dint-rent directions as to tho rlcht road to Valhalla- Some Italians told tlv colonel It w.is the lower road, and an nutomoblllH ussuretl her that It was the new State mad round th" hill. On u vole the InWtluK "'w won 1111,1 the club fell Into Its stride. Pullv five miles lunl been covered Ufoie'ail lee waKOtl driver, who had paused to accept stllfraKo literature, convinced the colonel that she was on the w rune road, "I tra"l that ro.nl every day,"' lie as. stireil her. "1 Isen ilolnn it for ten J ears. This road's new." Luncheon was the only consolation for the pro-pect of that live mile lehlke, and baits and boxes were opened at once. It was n strucKllnr, little lino that started at last. Mrs. Holdt nnd Mrs. Hal rd hc-an t till their arms with the tloirwood blossoms they hail re sitted hrnw-lv on the way out. Kllr.ibetli Pn email varied Hie monotony by climb, ine up atiioiK the cracs on mie .-id" of the toad, which fell sheer to th" new reservoir on the other fide. In the crnrrtric.-t spot she found the violets. Dncwood. lunch boxes, kodaks nnd banners were tlun In a heap at tn side of th" road a- the mincer hikers scrambled "I1 amonc the crime. "Come on. Kirls." called Col. Craft. "It's cettlm; Inle." Hut nobody came. Tho violets were ..iik stemmed dark blue linos the snit Hint co-t nlmot ativthlni: just before Christmas. And they h id a w ood-y. outdoor perfume that no ho.hou-i unlet ever possessed. "i "ume. tome. Klr.s." the Colonel called atraiit. "We can't.' s.ilil Mrs. Malrd. "N"o bodv could leave these, fin tin, Colonel. We'll catch you. What are votes for wonn n compared to all the violets you want ?" So the Coiond walked on In dtimlneri silence, with Mi-. Aueitstu Uk'hter. M.-.- Hllle Phyle. Mis. Druellln !."h man and Mrs. V.. A, Hrowu, while the Washington hiker", who had nut been turned from their w.i by snow and mud and ley w itul". picked on. Vlolt t. won, for they never did catch up with the Ciilonel She declared somewhat caustically that they tlid not even try. Hut vote.- were not entirely defeated, for the Colonel mid the faithful few kept on to Valhalla, where the president of the Improvement Association had as sured tin-Hi of a warm welcome and police protection. The president. A. W. Southard, turned out to be om"thtm? of a poohbah, lor he is postmaster as well, nnd was almost the only man found In the vlllai;e who understands Knullsh. He summoned tho minister, the Uev. Charles Trovers, antl they In vited the railroad watchman, but he re fused to attend. He wasn't a suffrn. Kt tte anil Ids "woman" wasn't either, ho said. .So It was a hlchlv protected audience, principally composed of water supply policemen, that Col. ("ratt finally ad-dros-od on the parsonage lawn. They listened with Interest and at the end Invited the suffragettes to attend their ball on May ".':, "I saw (.omo vounu littles back on thi road plck'iur violets," ono of them mp pested, "We like to have them too. They had a lot of llnus. I suppose thev are stiff racists." "t siippo-i! they nre.e replied tho Colonel (trimly. Hut thr rhib went home In two sections, one for votes nod the other for violets SUTii II r Hold Option nn I, anil on Which City I'nlil llanniiri, WlliTr. Pi.mnh. Maj I". Papers wern Hied here to-day tn lb" action broucht by W. K. I Stokes nf the Antonla Hotel In New York ai-iiltist. oilanrio antl Iteese Caipenter of Keusico lor a speellle per formance of eonlrael. Mr. Stokes alli'ites Hint he made an aKiicment with the defendants in lMUD to buy at cost price a half lntore.it in two parcels, one of S." acrrs on thu White Plalns-Pleusantvllln road mil another near by of eight acres. These, pat eels aie part of the Kenslco Cemetery prop erty, and recently, Mr. Stokes says, the city of New York palil $30,000 land datniiKi's for propel ty njiiilemiied for the !iiUcdut't and rtservolr Mr. Stokes says that In- has bien unable to K't from the th fi lidunts anv Idea of the cost of the land In order that lie might eterclse his option. "THE WORLD FAMED VIEW- CATSKILL MOUNTAIN HOUSE lld'NK.IP.Nr.:i AI.TITUDi:?.?50 fkkt, rirtrleltehls, ntum Iteot. Oirltrtiri Pure SprliiK Water t'ltio'ln.Tcilllb. ilnraze, witki.v nr. skason nxrr.a for nt r.sih AititiviMi iirrom; .ifi.Y nn .$21 and $25 Per Week. llonl.linr oftlce lrlth llnyinond & Whltcomb !ii Ulth Avenue N, V, cnoitor. H. PEACH, Manwrr. CATBK1I.L. N. V. BIG SISTERS OPEN LOCUST FARM. Chaperon I. title Slstern, Tnken rrmii i'ii Vorlt on r I a. Wiiitu Plains, May 10 Iwust Parm. tensed by Mrs. W. K V.mderbilt, Sr., and other prominent women for the Sis lets orctinlzitlon of Manhuttaii, of which ihn Is president, as an experimental home for Kittle Sifters, was funnftlly opened to. waa an apple blossom tea party and thirty JUk Sisters fiom New York were tho chapetons fur live Llttlo Slsterr whom they h.nl taken In charge hi courts In New York The object Is to Improve the morals am) characters of the Llttlo Sisters. Th youm: Kills will be UuKht housework and ewliik. Aninni: the Ule Sisters who went to Tiocuil l-'arm to-duy were Mrs. It. McPher on. Mrs. ChnrleH Dana Olbsou, Mrs. WIN Urd Parker, Jr., Mrs, Cornelius B, Fish, Mrs. Viola Stewart, Mis. Mary 11. Adams and Mis. Gllldtii Helton. BRITH ABRAHAM CONVENTION. Orer -100 nrleajntea Leave CHr to Attend Buffalo 31 art In a;. The forty-second annual convention of the Order Brlth Abraham, one of the old. eat Jewish ordera In the United Btatei, will open to-morrow morning In Elmwood Musto Hull. nuffAlo, N. T, Mayor tioula Fuhrman of Buffalo will welcome the 1,000 delegates, who represent more than 400 lortgea. After the Mayor's address Samuel Dorf of New York, the grand master ot the order, will rsad hla annual report Mora man vu nriccaiea isn una eirjr last nine nn ,ni I I ...In. C , - This is the opportunity for which so many wait- the opportunity to buy at Aeolian Hall one of the high-grade, little-used pianos which have been ex changed by wealthy customers of the Aeolian Company for the PIANOLA Piano. Great Spring Sale of Used Pianos at Aeolian Hall Beginning' Monday Morning, May 12th Sales of Used Pianos at Aeolian Hall are different radically different from second-hand piano sales held elsewhere. Each year these events attract an unusual class of purchasers music teachers, musicians and discriminating people who appreciate a saving in price, but would never consider a piano in which musical quality was sacrificed for mere cheapness. Many styles of the PIANOLA Piano, such as th Steinway, Weber or Steck Grand PIANOLA Pianos, arc magnificent and costly instruinent.s. The homes to which they go are homes of wealth and refinement, and the pianos which they displace are splendid, high-grade makes in keeping with their surroundings. These are the pianos otVered in this Sale. To call them "used" pianos is nctually misleading, as the majority of them are here because their owners could not use them and wanted iu their place the PIANOLA Piano, the piano which everyone can play. We invite you to look at the specimen values shown here. Whatever may be your piano need, whether you desire a famous grand for your drawing-room, an upright for your children's nursery or a piano for your summer home, you will find an instrument eminently suited for your purpose an instrument with a name that stands for quality and integrity an instrument in beautiful condition which you may purchase at but a part of its usual price. Specimen Piano Values GROUP 1 $90 to $175 Wissner Weser Bent Lauter Chase 1 Milton Webster Jacob Burdette Lohman and 49 other reliable pianos jn excellent condition. GROUP 2 $180 to $275 Krakauer Wheelock Gabler Stuyvesant Haines Mehlin Pease Hallet & Davis Sterling Estey and 57 other splendid instruments of standard makes. GROUP 3 $280 and Up Steinway Weber Steck Chickering Sohmer Knabe H. F. Miller Decker Hazelton Hardman and 62 other wonderful bargains in the world's best-known pianos. A Limited Number of Used Pianola Player-pianos at Great Reductions In addition to the pianos in this Sale, wc have a number of genuine Pianola Player-pianos which have been exchanged for higher priced instruments and which wc will sell at prices far below their actual value. " The introduction of the. Grand PIANOLA Piano has brought to us a large number of PIANOLA Pianos in the upright model which have been exchanged for these costlier instruments. A Wc quote herewith a few specimen values to be obtained in these famous Player-pianos. Every instrument which we offer is guaranteed. Every one is in excellent condition and wc udvise all who arc contemplating the immediate or future purchase of a Player-piano to inspect these genuine PIANOLA Player pianos, recognized throughout the world as the standard instruments of their type." Many Player-pianos of other makes are also offered, together with a number of exchanged PIANOLAS the most highly perfected, detachable piano-player. Specimen values indicate the exceptionally low prices. 25 Genuine Pianola Player-pianos, Used, from $310 Original Prices up to $1150 19 Player-pianos of Other Makes, Original Price up to $750 from $270 27 Pianolas (the standard detachable piano player) from $123 Original Price up to $450. Payments as low as $1.25 per week on pianos, or $2.00 per week on player pianos smaller, probably, than most would oara to pay. They simply show that practically any terms which suit your convenience may be arranged. If for any reason you do not wish to have the instrument you purchase delivered now,. we will hold it fur later deliver. THE AEOLIAN COMPANY The Largest Manufacturer of Musical Instruments in the World 29-31-33 West 42nd St , Between 5th and 6th Are 'Xi