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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 1913.
SUFFRAGETTES BURN !-
I n;il VimiiiiM From Militimto
i't I-'otuift Ncur Scene
Ml!. ItHl'MMOND VERY II,
Changes Made by War in Map of Europe
"OoiiernlV Condition Does Not
Ulmv Her to Attend
prrtnl ' able lirtpittch to Ttir. Scv.
I.nM'os, Mnr ii N'nlu ItliHiiinillrm nil
the efforts of the C,nv eminent, t lie suf
fruccttcs ,irt contlntdnK their activities,
Tin v mi-; Hif to a new house at Koike-
0 hi tnldnltfht to-nlitht Tho uual
I'.iiKi'tti' publications were scattered
,i N.i .uresis .vrve made.
ti- rii i .Mrs. I'lnra ljj-utnmund was
1 t.i ;iisi'.tr In How street police
i ilav ti nhsver Ihe charge of
. piracy under the old act of Klnu
I award 111 in reward tn prc vntliiu
n a ' 1 u. ilatnai;e The other Women
ti . were arrested with (ieii' riil Orum
r til in the riilil which wan m.ule by
s ..iml Yniil men on the Women' So-
, .iml Political headquarters also ur
ieti lereil to their I'. ill, at illil the chemist
i h 'in. vvi . Is accused of ftrnlshlinr
i . ,irnnett"" with material to start
T' e ttlnl tn-day vvi marked by one'
ptr l ; it- lividcnt. Ktitheiine Strani'e.
tie vvmati pioprietor of the tuvlllon
n Kew which wiii burned , down by
e f.ltrrilKettP. told o( u visit hat she
il maile to llchecca Kerr, one of the
.tiers, after the destruction i f her
Wlien she asked Mis.' Kerr why the
mtfraucttes had destroyed her property
the militant siiffrimette told her that
she tool; a too personal view of
the matter. Mrs. Stralii;c asked Mfs
1vrr If "lie did not know that the ,',.
HHtctlotl of the tea pavilion hud resulted
In ,i number of members of their set
lo.tt..: their pocitlons.
Ti this Miss Ki rr replied that nl
'h 'tic'i the women who were cmplnnl
a Mie tea pavilion were thrown otit 01
nerk thev would ultimately h very i;l.nl
in t thev had a hand In helping their
f i,"w women.
Mr. SttMiine testltied further that she
tenl Miss Kerr that her husband's pn-
I'oii in Itenent Park had been burned
hv 'tin women. She added that her fain- ,
tiv had suffcied eummh already and its,
tKtnlTrf would be clad If the militants
would leave them alone. Miss Kerr dr.
.Itleil to make any promise In regard ti
tiie other pavilions owned by the
Warrants hap been Issued for the
i rrc.it of Franklin, the male suffragist,
and threii women, who were rclca.'ed
tinder what l popularly known as the
"rat and mouse act," w hich provldi s
that when a prisoner Is released on a
"license" ho or she may be arrested
oealn If they fall ' i:he th"m"lv' ,- up
at an appointed time. It u rummed
fha't 'fYi'nftiiii and t4n iir" .. n. 1
Ml.'scs Duval, Stevenson and Hrady.
have ".iillppcd." The) Were Hot
a t c? I i"f 1 after they had been relea.-i d.
The puncturing of automobile tire- H
MTArenily tie 'atest nutruK" of hi
m '.tant women A toiirtim i .u- in I's-to-day
ran over a n.ill "ti i the. i.f
ather to which the usual "Vntis for
Women" was attached The tn,- was
punctured and the party was held up for
The action of the l..iborlt"S' n prin;
'nc the Sntfnuii-llr from their pr m
Manchester Is iittractlnu much .itt' n-
i The tn"tnbi i - iif the Parh.imentat v
Labor party profess strotiK disapproval
"f Mi" mllltiitie) of the women and lnev
'lf'lelll lle.'ll baited II) tin IdldrV. o!
ini soctlon at iiubllc meellucs for t'e 'r
-.'ttttnle. The I.aborltes now maintain
at the Htippiw.'ion ul the Siiftmyttc
ohe the freedom of III" pre.s and 13
h entirely different itietlon
It is annotini ed that the National La
bor I'reSb will net quite openly. It will
rensiir all nrtieles tirlnted in the
t'ftinnrttr and will not allow any in
i n in- tits to crime, hut will insist mi
ihlishins the pa)ier on tin:
thai Its suppression Is Illegal.
Tl.e present Indications aie that if
i'ap"f does not advocate crime the
' wnmeiit will n it interfere with Its
COMMERCE COURSE AT OXFORD.
Minnie IXnlillKlitni; Vni Illplotun
ilnpteil llesplte I'roli'Ht.
j,f ml i tihlr iriintri to Tnr St s.
'"V May IS. -The cmiCTCKatfnn
o "fonl Pnlversity han aduiteu the
i le of a ww htatute which es
. - a illjilnma of commerce. Tho
"m"Ts of the schcmi? urRed that
1 e la-en Krowins demands upon
: and Cambridge In recent years
men who have taken a university
i enter into business. It was
-.;k-. . to qualify them for a diploma
"i a '(entitle Htudy of baiiltlnK. c
'"Unt.nir, coriomles, political science
"ti'l at luist one modern laniuffe.
Th " who oiipo.-ed the, proposition
rnntnd'd that It was a concession to
t of commriarsm The presl
t foriius Phrlstl Colline opposed
Kf.'Uiul of th" opinions held
. I'r.iihi.i'ei. miff sTmr'tri'adil.TJf
r'' 1 -i ni'.'."'.l.)-ub.tc;w. . lie. rr.te.rr.cst
' rr venee of the university men
depute between the street car
s-.nd their employees over tliu
1 ''n .f wHires. lie said he feared
r van rffa dHJUJe. of O'tfnrd
f t.i; io i.f ,i liMiiitd unlvcrhlty and
n I'lltleal or even a rcvolu
1 ' In-MiitJon
T iihi. t of MaKdllletl C'olleRp was
' s'f i' tb. t sip li ii statuti' would attract
at-s whuh he called the "idlu rich,"
from whi. li the utilveislty lint suffcre'
Jre.l' I Ment,
PRUSSIAN GENERAL SHOT DEAD.
Muni,-,,., while WHlUlnir In Mrrrt
T'iii' ' !' Iirt latch In Tar Sc.v.
M- si ii, May 13 -Major-Gen. -von
nstcl. the Prussian Attache to Ha
'h. was murdered while walking on
,h' Mcehl Htraiiso here tn-nlBht by a
''I'NV'h named Strasser, who also
'Ifl a police ,-crKeant who wan run
''IK to help the Major. .Strnsser shot
'hi .Major from behind.
A crowd gathered In a few moments
and seised. n'trasMir. They heat and
utattd him and foutrht off tlm police,
yho had a hard time to cave the man.
'UJnr von Iewtiskl In Ihe meantime
wl been taken to the hospital, where
nMletl a fw minutes later,
Tho ns.sassln refuses, to talk or explain
hl motive. He woa woverely hurt In
Hie roimh handllnir he tbe -rniv,l 1,
''I im v . illinium
lVa.Tia-. T I Jill
ifV RewAi-ntTJ Tu.r"kis.Vj UhjA J jllj JJ
U--X TfTTirovy -i-r, E-oj Blfi ill I I
Map showitiR division of territory provided for in the treaty between Turkey and the Balkan States which has been drafted I 1 1 11 I
for the conference in London. I Ml I
BRITAIN MAY SEIZE !
PORT OF GUATEMALA cni ,n st I
I.onoon, May 13. The report of the llll
White star (omiany ror 1 VIS says the.
ifniNer .Kolns to Keninln ..t results for that ear showed very much I
reduced protlts, owlni; to the lo-s of the II I Ii 111
Puerto HarHos Reilllv to Tltanl.-. Much money had to be ex- II i I
pended on the Olympic because of the II I If llll
I'lpss Clnilll Titanic disaster, and the t.! liner had IS 1 li llll
to be withdrawn ftoin service while the lilllllll III
rhatmes weie helm; made. Costly labor llllllillill
F.VPVfTVIl '"'"O'es were also laain.ii. II M il
III ill il
iductlnR the Interest on the debts atut llllllillill
In-tv,r5lfri, ffr.f.2..ff.3.';.-.'S.it"tifIim i,n t lf?)iiHIUl
You should act at once if you
wish to secure one of the high
grade, little-used pianos in the
Great Spring Sale
of Used Pianos
at Aeolian Hall
But a day or two remains in which to take
advantage of the exceptional piano-values ollered in
this great annual selling event. .
i iere is a collection of pianos including the- finest
and best-known makes used very slightly and
every one in splendid condition.
They have come from homes of wealth in ex
change for the Pianola Player-piano the piano
which everyone can play. This explains their
uniformly high quality and fine condition their
owners simply could not play them.
Note the Names
of these pianos and then act quickly, as every
clay you wait lessens your chance of securing
the make of piano you have always wanted
EVELYN THAW NOT TO BE STAR
Will Aupi'iir on l.omlun
I mler notlie ..nnie,
VriciJ ' '!(( Iit'inti ', fn Tnr. at s
LoNtiox, May 13. The eniiKement of
K.elyn Nesblt Thaw for the "Nulle
Itactime" chorus at the Ilippmliome
has nrntisetl so much criticism that the
managers Issued a statement to-day In
which Uiey s.i) that Mrs. Thaw has
been ellUMKed solely oil her artistic
merits and entirely Independent of an
not. if . t which may be attached to
Tii.-.v w'U not slut . her on the hill
Th.' statement says that Mrs. Thaw
'will be put In the east toKCther with
.tner ni:v " nVttf t.i' n4tkr,!:t t:yli.i)y
knowlnc who she Is. She will not use
her own name and nobodv on or olT the
staye wilt know "that" she Is there tir
wh" she 's "
i:"i WMele- W -.v t -day -on-demned
the oppcs,tMn to Mr- Thaw
T'.c pm-tMSM pi, thit Mrs Thaw be
irlven a ihnnce to ue her tnlnts.
LDiA ENTERTAINS BOSTONIANS.
'hiiliiher of Coiiiiiifrer rnrlr
(ireeteil !i IVru' I'rettilent.
.,,IJ.' ilttle flffffttrft to Tnr si
l.niM of Tllnnle nnae of
ffrcint Cnlilf littvuteh In Tnr. St,
I.onoon, May 13. The report of the
White star Company ror WIS says the.
results for that ear showed very much
reduced itfoilts, owlni; to the ns of the
Titanic Much money had to be ex
pended on the Olympic because of the
i Titanic disaster, and the bli; liner had
to be withdrawn ftoin service while the
rhatmes weie belni; made. Costly labor
troubles were also blamed.
According to the n port the protlts
for the year were J 1.331. Ii'.ij. After de-
eresl on the debts anil
l..VrT irA"f.4Mon i,rii
proportion on the Hist cost, of th,' VI- 1
talllc I J.'40,;i'.0) there was a balance of i
il.Sie.720. fi'iitn vvYncli f.'thV.m " Was
traniferred to the Insuratne tund. The
final Vjilanee l.r.wd J3n2,rT..
It was announce! at the meetinK that
th" Ilrltannlc a sisi.'i -nip to tlv Ti
tanic, '-onld be launched ear':- in ll'U.
It was also Muted that Lord I'll lie. the
head of the WollT IIarland establlsh
uv nt a: ll.'K.ist. and the tnumiver vt the
Wbl'.e slf.,,. nmti,t!. V'Mtld re' re 'n
rnlHer .Kohls lit now on Its way from , rtatlon and would refus,. reelection
e.um-.toii, .Jamaica., to Pm-rto IUrr..j. Th- illr.'Ctnrn expressed rest et at t'he r
Th.' debts relet red to are lnr overdue, ti,,,,,, Uruce tftray In Ji"te
nun it i
I dt spatch
Steinway Krakauer Wissner
Weber Wheelock Weser
Steck Gabler Bent
Chickering Stuyvesant Lauter
Sohmer Haines Chase
Knabe Mehlin Milton
H. F. Miller Pease Webster
Decker Hallet & Davis Jacob
Hazelton Sterling Burdette
Hardman Estey Lohman
Ftiiviii'ti )ffit'e"rt'f;irf'C' to
force Collection of
Debt Lolly '1)110.
1,1 ' an Tiraich tti Tnr
SI'.-- . Mav 13 Tile trouble hp- ,
ii Ureat llrttaln and Guatemala
the failure of the latter country
it d"bt. to Htltlsh e;tlzm ."ni'i
becomlnir acute. The Urttlsh
The Ameiirari fiovernment Is keenly
Intern-ted In the dlsput, In lw of
the Monroe Doctrine.
The otllrlals at the Foreign t'lfrlce
assured the corrir-pondent of Tut: Spn
to-day that the nt itotiatlons with Guate
mala about the Knis'llsh debts were
I.imi, Pru, -M.i) 13. Tin
t 'hanib't' of ''imtnerci iart.s
here v eVter lav alteril'ioli. Tin
ronll.il teception olllclally and
all) They were met .it all.io by a
committee of the Lima Chamber of
( 'iiiiinn rci' and were escorted to the
Peruv Ian capital.
They were iscorted to the Lima
Chamber of Conim'rce this afternoon,
where they attended a reception by
President Gulllermo Hlllliichurst.
Mnnv eiitertiiliiiiieiits bme bo,.n I takinc the usual eouree Tliese officials
ground I planned for the four days stay of the i ' xpre.ssed the hope that Guatemala
American visitors here. I vvoiini acipuesce in tne uemanus or tne
Hrltish Minister and that further steps
would be mini rescary. It was said, how-
ever, that no one is in a position to
say just what the outcome of the sltua-
iirmrr Premier Kxplalna Italian I tion vv irl.l be
rinnk 'yitfin tn Orleuntr.
u n , ' i twe,y.four .,- K rty-leht hours. Th
1...-1 ". .'ii-'. ... i ... a.... ..,.., ,., i .. I Impression deMvci! from statements
made at the Korelcn Offlc" i that
the Kolus has hfl Kluitston In
tnoupiit tne ir i.ionei v.. i,. hl ,. j,( M W()id always Is. remlv
the Hrltish Minister to Gun- , . Klvr hi a:.;.;in.t t., the board The
sk it lli.ii a Vi.uslitp he.,,,,,,,,. , k, ,. Gietifeii, a partner in
d In iiidr :o brln? moral lires. , Grenfell A. Co. will be sub.
i.uatemaian uoveruilicnt. ' niltted for election In his nine... The
directors will afteiward elect a new
president and appoint managers. As
the name of Mr. Ismav is no lonirer on
the roll of the International Mercantile
company his name is. no longer available.
AMERICANS HEAR LUZZATTI.
It may bo expected that Borne definite
conclusion will be reached within
culturlst.s listened to-day to a speech by
former Premier I.uzziittl on cooperative
credit. Afterward the Americans dele.
Bates nsked many questions of the for
mer Prime Minister, who la called the
father of the Italian cooperative hanks.
HlKnor Luzzattl HUBKe.sted that the
present American banks should make
farm morttraKe loans. Me explained
their advantages In (Treat detail.
The delegates had a very busy day
and did not attend any of the dinners
and receptions to which they were In
UNION CASTLE LINER ASHORE.
Mrnmalilii In l)ltrr nt
Vcftr? t'ahc lirtpatrli in 'Irrr sr.
Los-Miff, Mav A.f '''"."J'T !.'L M':1
rnlon Castle Lino In reported to bo
ashore at Capo Hlanco, near Ai:adlr. In
Morocco. The whip hiiH not been Iden
tllhd and thero aro no details, The town
is far away from tebwtiiih Ilnr.i and
the iiewH conies by w.t) of Dakar.
The Admiralty has ordered the cru!ts-r
r'orte to rrntfer flwrlstAnn?
ADVANCE $1,200,000 TO CHINA.
Rankers of I'lve
I'linrr (.roup lnkr
order to be 111 dose proximity to
Puerto Barrios In case a selzu'e of that
place Is necejtsary to enforo" tho col
lection of the Hrltish debts.
fvtrJal ?i.V..DiiC(itfV)ivt') Tjir.. v.f . - .
I'EKIN, May 13, The live Power Kroup
niailo Hh tirst iidvutiro on the J125.000,
000 loan to-day. The representatives
of the hankers hunded over ll.UOnooo.
Lonpon, .May 13. It Is practically
certain that the new Chinese loan will
be Issued next week. Aoout :t7,UMO,000
will bo Isued In Io; :lon and Pari.', f.in,
000,000 In Ilerlln, $13,SSS,8S.'i In Ht.
Petersburg and $6,944,435 In Hrusseis,
. believed that he 3 Insane.
TO AID WILBUR WRIGHT FUND.
Horner llnmln Will Deliver Lec
ture on May -I.
Sfircial fahtr timimtrli to The Si.s.
I,onsin, May 13. - Horace Darwin, for
mer Mayor of Cambridge and a mem
ber of tlio advisory committee for aero
nautics, will deliver a Itcture on.May 21
In aid of the fund to build n memorial
to Wilbur Vrlgbt,
U. S. WILL NOT INTERFERE.
Jin Olieetlon Will He Mode to t'nnrir
I'lillnneil h Ilrltiiln.
Wvhiiincton, Ma) 13. The t'nlted
States will do nothliiK to prevent Great
Hrltaln from enforcInK her claim
aKainst Guatemala. This Government
has declined to repeat her efforts of
the last few years to stain time for that
country. This situation has been
handled bv .lohn Hassett Moore, coun
sellor of the f'tnte Pepa'rttnent, and he
h.i: fo!!r,vil .tlv- ui'vrso of -twtv.lVr.
ference determined upon by th" Tnft
administration last winter,
MRS. HUNSICKER TO WED AGAIN.
I'ornter lls .In lit Hen nt Cleveland
Wllf fnrr Col," triirtfr-hlft,
.'riint Cahtr f'ffitch tn Tut Si'
Waksaw, -May 13, -The enKiiRrmcnt Is
announced of Col. Osnohlchln of the
Imperial Lani'ers to Mrs. Htinslrker,
formerly Mln .lantsen of Cleveland,
' AVIATOR "FLIES O'VE'R" ALPS."
Hlilrr Mnrta nt llernr and I.anila nt
Sptelal CaMr f)rnfrA tn TnE SrN
IlifANK, Ma) 13. The .Swiss aviator
nider, who flew over the Pyrenees In
January, made his first flight over the
nermese Alps to-day. Ho started at
Hern," and landrd at flnr. In the canton
"OH, 0H. DELFHINE!" IN PARIS.
Kin it ,1 r.rlniiKer Prepare Proline
Hon of I'nicllnli Version.
pma) r.ihlr Drupntrh tu Tllr blN
Lovpiin, May 13.- Male Klavv of Klavv
A Krlanser made an arranuetuent to
day for the production of the Kncllsh
version if "Oh, h, Dclphlno'" at a Ihc
Paris theatre next Septemb'r.
BRITISH CRUISER TO SMYRNA.
Outbreak Is IVnreil nml lliinh Or
ders Are tilt en to the (iloueeiter,
Sprrmt table icnfrA la Tnr Sin
Sai.omcv, May 13. The Hrltish cruiser
Gloiicesti'i' was despatched to-day at
full speed for Smyrna. Disturbances
ore feated at that place and protection
has been asked for Hritlsh lives and
properly. An outkreak Is threatened.
GRAFTED ON UNCLE SAM.
Ilnttlrnhln Ntennnt Tells of I'nilHeil
Nokpoi.k. Va . May 13. Georce T.
Iiyivln, coinml'har.v steward, formerly on
the battlfHliip Ioi:!rla)ia, ,sa Ills twtl
mon) tn-rlay at the opeiitiw of tho trial
of r If MiiiKis and '. -.1. I TO rtr hi l.'m
t'nlted Stati x District Court on cliarses
of hrihci) ami luaKInc falhe claims ai.'aliiM
DavU, who Is tlll'lel llldlellllellt fn coll-
uplMi ti, 'l.'fiaii.l the liiivvnimi'iit 'n
contiee'loM with the nauil eominls'iry
ct'Htt c ies, said he had ncehed niniiev
from Hoblis and llimj as "eoniinlsslons"
on pin chases of ismitnlssar) supplies made
'Ii) li t III fin the ly,iu,iiia. .j said 11"
li.ii an aKreeiiient with llnliba and Hunt
whrreh) Ii" was to receive or In per
cent eonitnlsslons on all supplies pur-
chafed of Hum, lie admitted that h"
padded the bills. '
DUCHESS IS IMPROVING.
rnnndn's I'lisf l.ady llnkea C.ood
I'ronress After Operation.
i el Cntile Hettmteh tn Tnr. Urn,
Lo.niion, May 13. A bulletin Issued
!o-nlBht says that the Duchess of Con
naiiKht, who has undernone two opera-
tlotiH for Intestinal trouble, Is making
Imrfttl Ul, HICH GKAPE Tit
In H rrlt
A whiff of an Indian fJir
dtn fragrance eomei to the
table of the Weilem World
tu ttrenfth makes it go fur
ther than any otner tea.
Order Trial Package
Prices from $95 upward
Terms as low as $1.25 per iveek
Genuine Pianola Pianos (Used)
The prices of genuine Pianola Player-pianos are
rigidly 'maintained ail over the world. It-is
impossible to secure a new one for less than its
In this Sale are a limited number of Upright
models that have been exchanged for Grand
Pianola Pianos. All are in excellent condition and
fully guaranteed. Included are Weber, Stet'k,
Wheelock, Stuyvesant and one or two other models.
Prices from $310 upwards
Payments as low as $2 weekly
Open Evenings Until 9 O'clock
At ihc reqtie.it of many customers icho find it incon
renxent to call during the day,'wc shall keep our sales
rooms open evenings during the remainder oj this iceek.
THE AEOLIAN CO.
Largett Manufacturers of Musical Instruments in the World
29-31-33 W. 42nd St. Bet. Sth & 6th Ave.
FAGAN LEADS ALL
Iccssful before In his political aspirations,
as another Commissioner candidate.
Mayor Wlttpcnn, who received the re
in rnnriTtir rvntii i rir . turns In his office In thu City Hall, ns-
m i rmhri I rnl YIAKT ! sertcU at u lato hour that his faction had
FoniHT Mn.vor Will lfcnd Ten
CtminiUsioni'rs CIiospii in
won nt least four nominations. . H
claimed Moore, Morris and Farmer nnd
probably City Treasurer CVrl (5. A.
Schumann or ex-Assemblyman Charles
In i !b!i! ef t.lnl.-o(". - ambl'le-iir-cltheils
ten men HiTr chosen at yester
day's pilmary In Jersey I'u'y as candl
dates for Hie non-paitlsan election of
live commi.-sioneis under Ihe ronunls
siiui plan, which will tnUe place on
.It: 11. !').
The i ' tin n- at miilnu.lil Indlcatrd
tin.' Mark M i'uK.iii. an un
r!i mrher.' irrtrr".TTr r.rv"' friTr Uttr.v
ary v. 1'uvj. nmu I'iniwr; 1 IflOl. would
lead the thhet. lie made a runaay
rneo of Ii, biatlni; his competitors In
the ureal in, ijnrlty of the votlnr, districts,
KiiKan was a I'roKrexslvo llepnlilli'iui
who supported President Wilson lust
Frank IIiiKiie, a former !utenatit of
Mayer II. Otto Wlttpc '.n Is now
tho Mayor's most btttri ! enemy,
wart another luchy one , led In the
Tho Mtuirt" Ife'lcnle that City Col
lector A. Harry Moore, City Clerk John
II. MorrlH nnd former Police Juditn
Joseph p. Farmer, "all Wlttprnn men,
ivnulil be amonK tho ten hlKhftl.
.lamea .1, Ferris, fJenrK" V. Bren
slmter and Assemblyman Walter Mc
Dermott, anti-Wlttpenti Democrats, are
also probable winners,
Former County Clerk John Tlother
luim, who unhorsed Col, Samuel nickln
pnn as HepubUcan lender and was him
self placed on tho shelf later on, la ho
lleved to liavo obtained cnrniKh votes to
bo aninnn the first ten. Uito returns
favored Thomas J, .Stewart, a carpet
cleaning-man, who has never been sua-
:-A NATIONAL INSTITUTION"
Browning, King &Co
CLOTHING, FURNISHINGS AND HATS
TOR UEN, BOT8 AND CHILDREN
Harmony in Dress
Harmony is as important in
Dress as in social life. Here
is a suggestion:
Take our "Seton" Model in
a blue ground with a dis
tinct white chalk line.
Buy a sof r Bilk- Tshirt wlth-a-blue
And some tics and socks in
bines to match.
The suit will cost $25.00, or
$20.00 - $3,50 or more for
the shirt and from 50c to
$1.50 for the tics and half
hose. BROWNING, KING & CO.
Broadway, Between 31st and .Wild Street.
Cooper Square, Opposite 5tli SlrcK.
Brooklyn i Fulton St. mt De Kolb Ave.