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THE SUN, FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1915.
CAR HEALTH ORDER 1
FOR BROOKLYN LINE1
Commissioner Goldwntor Kx
tends Work (o Overcrowd
ing by the Tt. It. T.
I
CL08K WATCH BLSEWIlKHKi'FRAMEn, UOSIP' WOODS
! I
Health Commissioner nolilvv.nlfr car
riod III work to lessen trut.slt evils
ftuther nfleld yesterdny when, 'lth the
support of the other members of tho
Uoard of Health, he Issued an oritur to
tho Brooklyn Itapld Transit Company to
eliminate ovircrowdltiR on the (Iraham
avenue surface line In Brooklyn.
The order, following the feature?
of the Instructions which were sent to
the Eighty-sixth and Klfty-nlnth street
lines In Manhattan, limits the number
of passengers In a car at any time to
a maximum of 160 per cent, of the neat
ins capacity. A copy of the order was
served on the Brooklyn Heights Ball
rend Company by a policeman of the
unitary nquad.
An order to the name effect was
adopted by the Board In relation to the
crosftown division, but It was decided
not to send this to the B. B. T. Com
missioner Ooldwater felt It would 1m
moie profitable to concentrate nil the
work of his observers on one line
to note carefully the results of
' I
the
order before proceeding to other parts of
the system.
The latest step by the board came
after reports on various Brooklyn lines
had been submitted by thirty-one pol e
men. The board, the Commissioner mil.
tooK up the situation on the llr.ilii.m
avenue line because ll offered n suitable
opening and not because the overcrowd
ing on this line was worse than In other
districts.
As the period has passed within which
the Third Avenue Hallway company
could appeal for u hearing on the order
affecting tho Fifty-ninth street line,
which It oporntes. Dr. Ooldwater sent to
Frederick W. Whltrldge. the company's
president, yesterday a letter saying that
the order would be enforced on Monday
next. After that time, the Commissioner
ald, suits will be tiled on all violations.
He added : "There will be no need of
any such action if the company will do
Its duty."
SUFFRAGISTS PUT OUT FIRE.
Make Ten
nrnkrra Ml Mill Unrlac
llxrltrmrat.
Undisturbed by a tire that started In
thu kitchen, ten Wall Street brokers
continued c.itme their luncheon y.ster
day nt thi- SulTrage I.unc'i Boom, 70 Wall
street, even after an alarm had been ent
In. Tli-y were more than willing to
help the women put out the blaze, bui
Mlsi A. 1'.. l'lurcc. manage- of the
lunch room, lr. itoJ that they kiep their
Places wall." t'.ie women managed the
lire. No damage was done.
Amoi.g Hie workers at the lunch room
arc Mrs. .limes Lies I,.ildlaw, Mrs.
Vugust Belmont nd Mis. Charles
rifTany, none of whom was there yes
tenlay. LID ON AT DALY'S THEATRE.
More Performances Prmllnir
llrsmlt of Civil suits.
Future performances at Daly's The
atre, whore a burlesnue show has been
iolng on for t'le Just two months, arc
to be prevented by the police pending
the result of el". 1 suits to be brought
against the proprietors by the Corpora
tion Counstl. aicord.ng t.. a statement
made yeeterda by Julian Hot-eilthal,
Deputy Commissioner of Licenses,
The Hiiie.iu of Licenses refused yes
terday to tiiiew- the license of the the.
atre. which evplivd hi February Si.
Jerome ItO'cnliiig .nil Benjamin A.
Levlne, the inin.iccip jd continued to
give performances until the show was
stopped on Wednesday night by the
police.
In a conimvrdcatlon sent to the man
agers of the theatre jesterday from t'.e
Bureau o' I.nenses specllle acts wh'.ch
'ed to ariests by the pollco on "h
charge of giving indecent perfonnaiK is. i
is wcit n many complaints from resi
dents, v. givm ai the reason for ,e
i'UJlng to i file w tlie licenrc. 1
Follow lot; .mi attc npl to give a :
rormancc .vufcttidas aftirnooi., It.pe":or
Dwjcr and a sou.nl of detectives stoppn'
the show and the tlnal'c wa. clj.'i
last nlgjt with nullcerncn stationed at
he doors, Ma-iagec Hosenberg said
Hint he would oriMine a new compan,
get .mother i cenfe and give burlesqu.i
'icrXoi'niai es .ihi'-li he hoped would be
more acfeptaolc to the police
. "" ! the prison cells at 9 o'clock.
SITS 16 HOURS TO HOLD AUTO.1 one prisoner. Fred W.nd, alias the Shy
. .. ,Kld. In passing In front of Detective
Wife Mh.s In l or tit
NlglH In Ills.
liilln lib II nslninil.
BA'.TiM.iiii , M.uch t -Atiii having
nt s'etidil f n sUie.i oours In tho
aul ill! bile whine nwie shlp she dN
pules vvl.h her husband. Mrs. f'atlirrlne
M Woli permitted the car to Im
ui'iv.d to' "neutral ground'' after It
o'clocl- this urn nlng.
.Mrs Wol ley go. inti the car la.st
evening a- it stisid In the alley in the
ixar of her hoin. and piivinted Ita de
liver to a. porciiatcr to whom her hus
band had sold It.
All nUht Mrs, Wnlley had hi-ated
bricks brought to her and was com.
fort able d'spUn tlm ld wcath".
She vclll sun to-iiwrnnv for pintial
illV'T c, .iliniom and an adjudication of
the tivvnt i-di of the autotnobile.
DANCING TRIZES AWARDED.
Tropblis Iin to lls Itenl.Hiir anil
vii.. Itlllot nn, I I'nr r.
The three d.i- s dm, fine cnite.nt op tlie
S'tiand Tlie ii i l ronf ended la"! iniilit
The irnt p'1.t wu von t- .Ml".-, lm.i
IteiiK.nr i J tiuv l.ui.t, mil tlie eccotnl
prize Iij Iie- fMlnrlne llllint mid II.
U'jcolT. T'le priiev, Klvep i Ml? Anne
ilora.iii, .vre ,i int nnd .i dres. rir.il ,i
ntilts use nnd ,i ii.'.itln" i-e.
Tin Jinliter rtt'ie Mini. l-"i .iiio Ald.t.
.Mls i;i-n "I.- Wnlfi. Mrs. S. I!. M.it-
Il's. S. I!. M,lt -
thews. M'i. N wh'
,illd .M.i II I'C
I'.iiK.-iT-, i. nun inn'
NEWARK HAS MAD DOG SCARE
II I ten Illeveii lltlier CnnliieN llefine I
lillleil III "luliind" Sei-llini,
N'liivvr.K, Mnrch 4 - A suiiposid mad j
doc created terror I" the ' Island' ut.
Don of the city leKleida iifleniii'm ,'iinl
lufiire It wax killed U had bitten eleven I
.other dons .unl tlllee . hlelten"
'lh Iniiin nf the doc -vill he an.il;. 'd
nt the t'ltv llnxpltnl laliorntnrv In io
terniliin wl'ilhce it v.i HiiffeiinK front
rp'i'ifi.
UTAH DRY BILL PASSED.
StntiMi Ide
.VI -ii ii ri- uvv
llir liov rrlinr.
flOI'M In
Salt Iakk Citt, Utah. .Maich I The
tvnoton statewide prohllilt on hill, hh
nniended hv the I Inure, was piHsed hy
the he-ia'e hy ii vote of I I i : lo.da.
Tho Pill will now no to the tinirrinir
Tl hJH not indlcutt'd what lil pctluii
Hill be.
ANARCHISTS WILL '
TELL JUDGE ALL;
Men Who Tried (o Mow tp
Ciitliedral Express Desire
In Unbosom Themselves.
The two vomij. ai.arrhlsts-ratherl N'-rdlia left her . -slate, aliie.l at Jl.
,me linking anarchists th.-y are loo- VA??: lott"'
tuitie
. . . .. .... , i. ,.. o . r, . . ..I,.l,' ,',-
Wild lcl II iwiii. Ill ei. m.u.i ' ,
thedial on Tuesday
aie,i ror a cnance
vistenlMV to atinear before Judge
1
1.
ward Swann In his clumbers and tell
their version of how It all happened,
The leiiuest will In all likelihood bo
' compile! with on Saturday after the
I men have gone to court this morning
j and asked that they hav- until Monday
1 to plead
I Meantime "fraineup" was about the
only word heard In connection with tbo
case yesterday. The Criminal Courts
Building was full of such talk; the
Tombs, figuratively speaking, smacked
Its Iron Hps and relished the Idea with
unmistakable gusto; at Headauarters
there were many whisperings and know
ing winks, nil of .which centred about
"frameup."
in the afternoon CommlKsloner Woods
Issued a statement. "This talk of frame
up Is nonsense,'' is what the statement
said In efTcct. One paragraph ran this
way !
"The detective was sent to get In with
these people, and when ho found that
they were planning violence he reported
I i, vtni.l..M ...... v.A r.i,t.u.. ?.... tin.
. IU ...11.I1HK l-ll .. I ...,. ..v
fact
sti.v
than that he did anything except
with the men and observe and re-
port.
"Me pretended to be one of them. You
couldn't get far In the prevention of j
crime If, when it detective was trying)
to get evidence alwuit a gang of crlml- j
nals and dynamiters, he nhould sav to i
them. 'Here. I am a policeman; an
thing you may say may be used ngalnst
you." You could not get very far if a
policeman acted that way."
Two hiwyers, Simon O. l'olllck and
Francis" itreoco, called upon the prison
ers, Frank Ab.imo and Carmine Car
bone, to offer their aid. The prisoners
declared In favor of l'olllck and sent him
oft with their request to Judge Swann.
The men will be heard In ch.imber
by Judge .Swann on the grounds that
they are without regular counsel and
want the advice of the court legnrdlng
their plea. They express J desire to un
bosom themselves completely.
Judge Swann says that as far as p.
slide he will let counsel thresh out the
extent of a detectlxe's rights in locating
i". line and being an observer of its be
ginnings. He wants It to be understood, how
ever, that he has no opinion regard
ing ihe extent of the prisoners' guilt and
Is even Inclined to applaud what ap
pears (i good bit of work by the police.
AS'TI-BOMB ACT HURRIED
At.FANT, March i Senator Joseph's
bill, which penallles the possession W
a boinb. was ndvanced to tln.il passage
in the Senate to-day. t'nder the Joseph
bill a conviction could be secured even
should no attempt be made to use the
bomb or bombshell A person convicted
would be guilty of a felony and subject
to a heavy fine or prison sentence.
The Joseph bill also makes It a felony
to carry or possess any ixploslve sub
stance "with intent to use the same un
lawfully against the person or piopuiy
of another." '
BOMB CLOSE TO POLICE.
Shatters llalltva Nrxl llnor In
llssrx Market Station.
A bomb supposedly placed bj Black
Hand gangsteis was exploded last night
H the tlrst floor hallway of JU Sc- ml
avenue, adjoining the I'ssex Mart
police station, liluseppe ("mpe. who
owns a wine shop on tho other side or
the partition, received three Black Hard
letters asklt.g for money six tiKtiths
i t o.
The immli last night lore a hole in the
floor and scattered plaster around. A
dozen windows in the ter.emeat over
head, where twentv families lie. were
liroketi but no one was hurt.
WORKHOUSE IS RAIDED.
siiiiiicicleil llrnno
I 'mi ml
rl
oners
reiinre
for I'cnst.
Iturtlette (! I.ew.s, Deputy Correction
fiviimtwdoii'T, and the Tollce Dep.irt-
, ,incir iirug sqiiiui, .it charge or Lieut.
Henry Scliiiin, pain an jnexpecteu visit
to the workhouse on Blackwill's Island
last night at 7 o' hs-k. Tlilrt.v prisoners
, weie corralled In thu pilson bathroom,
'stripjxd and searched.
Information had readied in- police .in
ithorltles that a "Mopefest," with special
i banntieet luxuries, was to take place In
In I
I
Harry Dattelbaum attempted to throw
n iwieKetnooK coniaining tniriv-tour so-
' called "decks," or packages of Itero'.n and j Woodfim I; - Mr and Mrs I".
oivlne, Into a pile of old slices nn the'Sbele, Nt-w London, Com;.; Mr
floor. Other detectives seized Frank Mrs. II. Lincoln, Albany.
Daniels, alias ThecKers. lie bad klx ; Vanderbllt -Mr. and Mis. C II
'"docki," of cocaine. dan. Montreal, Mr. and Mrs. II,
The two men blnmisl Fred Smith, alias '
Sailor White, another prisoner They
i said that thu heroin and cocaine powder
wer" "icnt to S-illnr White correaled 'P n
false cover pnsleo on a Sunday news
paper magazine. This is the most recnt
trick devised on the nulelde to get drut
Into thu prison.
In the cells of two of the pt isoncrs
keepers found considerable sums of
money, fresh baked cake, tea. preserves,
candy and other dainties for tho vie
nltig's feast. In cell r.s preparation was
nlnMidy under way for cooking ete.iks
for tlie llrst ouise. Strips of nuwspapcr
xi ie folded carefully under the elin.ely
wove.i fprlng of the tirlson bed, which
i ,
iwhe'i allame would ciuo the spring to
'l.coinn red hot and enable them to broil
I'ne -iuiis. a in. inai iuveii a,
DINNER MARKS MAIDEN
frn rp
"
.
l.lven .in I, liter llnnle vlluhlerl l
'' rn iinii tin nili',1 linlliiiui,
T in niiildeti trip of the D.iiite AllKhlerl
of the TniiiK.'iDiintii'ii Itnll.ir.i to Dim
null U'llK cell l-r.'itt d l;l.4l nicht
at her
nn In-
i,,l; at the llmh Teriiiln .1 lie
i,,,,,,.,! dinner t'.ien toi'
til, line .llld tlielr jiickIi
the
iWiit.s i e
It rolloued ,I uflei riiion ilur in; wtileh
Hie new twin lew Hlllp ". opin o
I'.K-ieeDiin. Tie I'.lllle Mlwhlrr x one
nt' Die InrgfM Itnll.in lllierx to come to
DiIh isirt, Sho h.iiIh lo-in rimv with .i
liirgt iililn lUt for Medlteiram an ports.
" oy Per MONTH UPON PLEDGE
o OF PERSONAL PROPERTY.
1 THE PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY OF NEW YORK
j MANHATTAN ilTmNX
j Fourth Avenue, oor. r,th Street t'oiirllniiill Ave, cor. URth Streot
I lIUIrldKo Street, cor. Uivlrwton ,St. iihihiki.vn
I Hoventh Ave., het. 48th and U'th Sta. ml,h H-- UvtnKii'on St.
, i .i, ,, cj.,. f'lahiilil Avenue, vwr Onhevnnit St,
I.PxIniDon Ave., oor. 124th Street ,.llUn Avrn, t.or, Uocltawiiy Ave.
1 Grand Street, cor, Clinton Streot
; i:,it 72.1 St.. hot. I.evl.lKln & 3,1 A vs.
, Kant Huumtm St., cor, KSHcn HI. 2 TWJ . WKKKH KltOM DATK
NORDICA'S HOME IN JERSEY.
Court Holds lien I Bench I'roper
I'Uir for IMIln Will, ,
KitCKIloUi, N'. J., March i. The love
notes of I.tllliiti Nordlra, written Just
i before her lath on tho Island of Juv.i '
i l.i st .May, have i-onvlnced Judge Mo
, cum thiit the singer had not made up !
H"r mind to eep.irnte Anally from her
I husband, (jMirgn W, Young, although
' Mlie did st.ut on her tour of the wot Id
i with tlm Idea of getting a way from him
i without creating it scandal. The Judge i
liol. Is, tlierefoiv, In an opinion lllcd to
day, tbal .Mine. .Nordica a Home wan
JlUVh'iwMnN
f.. llll,,., ntii 1
N. .1., and that .mm- '
J 1m tin- proper plan- i
for filing any will sho may have left, i
I'mlef a will mado In 1910 Mine
I made
, . ,. j.,,,,,, j.-. .,...,, .,-
inline hi fllir-i iriuiiitT. .',, h
tilt .1 the will naming him as beneficiary
In N'jiv Jersey and tlu other relatlxea
tiled Hie other will In New York, con
tending that tho singer had become
estranged fiom her htmband and had no
intention of returning to his home at
Den I Beach
Mr. Young submitted letters and cable j
messages sent to him by his wife Just ,
before her death in support of hl con- I
teutlon that hIiu had not left him.
Judge Hlocum will hear further testi
mony If counsel desire to submit It.
AA. Tift ATX! WW WTflWTP PATPC1
44 ROADS SiuhK HlUHiK KAitb.
Western Lines Siiy Thry llavp In
veateil Kill. 1(00, OOO Year.
Ciiicaco, March i. Declaring that
forty-four railroads In the western ter
ritory luive leen called upon to Invest
more than I100.00n.000 a year during
the lat seven years and that the n't
operating Inronie haa not been what the
cotiris have held to be fair, C. C Wright,
general solicitor of the Chicago and
Northwestern Hallway, made iin apeal
befoie the Interstate Commerce Com
mission to-day for an Increase In freight
rates. The Increase sought, It Is said,
will total lln.niHi.Piiu annually.
C'ltford Thome, chairman of the Iowa
Stae Ballwav Commission, who opposed
the roads In the Kastern rate case, ap
peared In a similar capacity here, rep-t-t-entlug
eighteen State Hallway Com
missions which oppose the advance.
Sitting with Commissioner Daniels are
Dr. M U. Lorcnz, expert statlwlcian of
th commission, and Attorney Kdgar
Watkins.
PLAN BALL TO AID
UNEMPLOYED WOMEN
I'o He (iiven at Vniidci'liilt
Miireli K! Iy the Tuesday
Knit tin"- Soeiety.
on i
Sctural mi nibers of the Tiiesda Knit
! ting So. l. t met In the prlate suite of
' the Vanderbllt to make nrrnngements
for the b.ili to be given In the Delia
Ib.bbla room of tho Vanderbllt Hotel on
March l. The proceeds will g"o to help
the unemployed women of New York.
Ticket i iiiij be obtained from any
member of the Tuesday Knitting Society
or ut the Vanderbllt.
The soc ety has timing the past winter
1 furnished over T.oi'U knitted woolkn
' scarfs for soldiers in the trenches.
' nil'eil several hundred dollars In aid
'of the Bescue Home fur g!rl. di-charged
fro n Blacliuitrh Island and has amen
many unemployed women.
Some of I lion prominent in the so
cictj ar Mrs. lrrol Kerr. Mmc
Louis 1'etlte. Mrs. Bussel Law, Mrs.
K. Marsh Young. Mr. F. M Hall.
Mrs Walton H. Marshall. Char
lotte nidrldg.) and Mrs. A. B. Kings
bury. John Barrett. Dlleclor-fiineial of the
I in American I'nlon, Is stopping at the
Vanderbllt.
ARRIVALS AT HOTELS.
sninc of 'I'hnse I'ri
lleulstereil
nil Out of TotTfi
In City.
Cl.it. lge- laiu.s
burg; Mr. and Mrs
cagn. I. ll. Ulwell
Itelr.i-n;.ill. I'itti
II 1. Brand, t'nl
Detroit: I,te Couu-
dolman, Norfolk, Va
MuAlpIn Lady Stewart MoKenzie.
Wiibiilngton : C. Bruce IDnd, St Louis,
Mr and Mrs II McK. Tease. Mon
treal .Mr. and Mri. C. L. Totter, Buf
falo. Waldorf-Astoria M-. and Mm. II H
lOndlcott, B-iston , Mr and Mrs William
H. Sanders. Cleveland, Oliver C Ful
ler. Milwaukee
Knickerbocker W. O. Wall, Indian
apolis, II. W. Ford. Detroit; Mr. and
Mrs. T. J. Walsh. Davenport. la.; Mr
and .Mrs. H. M. Savage. Boston.
Matllnliiue ileorge T. Boyle. Chi
caco. Hany K. Adams, Boston. J. C
Vogel. Thllaiklphla . C. C. Henderson.
i:i T.i5. Tx.
AstorMr. and Mrs ft. B. Witt. Cin
cinnati; Mr. nnd Mrs. W. H. Bowen,
San Antonio, Tex. : Mr,:ind Mrs. Will
iam C. Ducoinli, Jr, Detroit; F. M.
Hatch, Honolulu.
D.
and
Jo
M. Mrs.
Wntson, Philadelphia; Mr. and
Samuel B. Arnold, Bed Hank.
Ltuireltoii Mr. and Mrs. Jarnes
iVKellj, Tembi-oke, Ont. ; Mrs, Douglass
S iiltb, Chicago; Mr and Mrs. W. Yancy
Colgate, New Orleans.
Collliigwood--C 11 Martlndale, Until
rie, okla,. W. L, Tayne, Coluinbus,
Ohio, T. D Starr. Thlladelphla.
SENSELESS IN CAB; RING GONE.
nninii 'I'iiUcii
I'urler In
tn
llellevm
nnd
l.iieked l'i.
A tnxiciili ill in ir iii to the Went
Twenty. third etreet fciry lust niRlit mid
Tlioniiih Slievulln, n porter, opened Dm
dour and found on uiicoiibcIuuh woiimn
ii.hlde I'litmliimii Left hud Die chnuf-
i leiir, O'Milcs I,uc,i of 320 HuhI Ninety-
1 llileil Mir. ..I ihivu l,i llw. U',,,1 O-.im-
' tletli Htieet Hiitlon, vvheie Die vvomiin
,vvll) sulllrleiilly revived to M.iy Dint li
1 diniiiotiil elimtcr ilnu vviih mticilnir from
In 1' tll'Uel
Tin rrupoi'i Die poller, Sheven, wan
Ini'lieil up on Hiisplclmi. The ehaufleiir
cave KiiliMtiifico to Dio unnian'H Htale
inenl iy Faylinr h" hud noticed hucIi a
i In? when she entered his call at the
Motel Ik'lmout
She wan laid n In Mellevue, where ulie
war nKlHlcrid an Aire, IMIIIi Thoinpnin,
Dint lii iuu the name on a receipt In her
PUine, and All'H, Al C Iven of 7011 I.ex
imttoii .iveiiue. niiotlier name u her
puree, w.ih dlNcnveieil to he her mother
ROOT HONORED BY
COMMERCE CHAMBER
KcMrin-r l S. sJcmttor Is Mmle
Member by I'liiiiiiiiioiis
Vote of.Oi'jriiiiinlidii.
FOU ALIEN LAW hTI'KA L
In view of tils long and
faithful no-
vlco to tlm State of Now
Yotk and to
the country KIMiu Hoot, who ret in d yes
terday from tho I'nlted States Senate,
was iinaiiiinntMv tniiilo an Monorar
' member of the Ulwimbcr of Conuuenv
lut ltd regular meeting yesterd.i. Tho
' resolut'on offoriMl by F.ugenlus 11. Out
I f-rbrldgn was In part as follows'
"vv horeiis H'lhu limit retired to-daj
from tho t'nlted States Senate ali i re
turns to private life iiftn- a illsung
Ulslidl career In the public service, and
"Whereas Mr. Boot lias eivel t n
State mid the count i with notable tldel-
Ity and patriotism and with an intit
i leotual distinction and breadth of vision
! that have marked h'm ut home anil
abroad as one of the great construi-lvo
nillWmwn of hi, Bn(.rntUin : then for..
I oe u
i "Wetolrcrf, Tiiat the Chamber of Com-
incrco of the Si ite of New York is an
t e;ireHlon cf lm appreciation of his
long, faithful and vastly Important pub
lie set vice to New Yotk and to the
country at large elects Kl'lm Boot, our
dlstinguishisl fellow cltlien, as nr. hoo
orary memlsT."
, The cl..imber al" p.isssl a vesoutioi
favoring the Immediate repeal of the
"alien labor law."
A tommltte,. l-adeil b Welding H.iU
repoHfd iulverse' on tefolut'ons m
ferrd at n pi et ions ineeting 1 .1 Sti
vetis I'lman to the cfTis't that tbo li. ten
Stated should refue to enter Int" a '
ncgotlafonn with fore gn llnv ml
the primary condlt'ons theiwf iioiM
tw that the I'nlted States sl.ouM ie
celvn the most faxo'ed tertns fn n .1
for all American pnslu-ts ami u
mission of goixls mii ,if.ii'tureil e r,.
on the mine terni of equality '.v.t'
thoso of nnv otlvr I' wer Dr .lu i"
Carlos Blanco. Mln'sfir of I'tiblic W.rm
of I'ruguav. tt'is tie b noied g iet
the cMiphe
NEW YORK'S
PRIVATE
SCHOOLS
till Mi Ht' AM) Bins.
Mr.C.I(l"i:.Mi:il'., SCIIIIOI. fur IU1V-.
tle-!l 2 ret lint! Ave, 1 tl I 1. J
Kth ear ll-can Oct. 4. W t
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SUNDAY
next ounufti : e-:'
IRVIN COBB
WHAT I SAW AT THE FRONT
1,1 EUROPEAN WAR
PARK
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Sunday Night at 8:30, 'Vr!is,
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
PICTORIAL MAGAZINE
Next Sunday's Sun
Page 1 "All Men Are Created
Equal"
Is the title of a full page cartoon by Rodney Thompson
in nrhich he depicts the many handicap man hns to
overcome on his march to suceeaa.
Page 2 Scenes at the Front
A neries of action photograph show everyday incident
on the firing linen of both armies.
Page 3 In the Eastern
Campaign
Prominent German artists illustrate the hotly contested
hand to hand encounters between Austrinns and Rus
sians. Page 4 National Guardsmen
at Manoeuvres
A paire of photographs shorn the provisional company of
the Seventy-first Regiment at nork in the field.
Page 5 Feeding East Side's
Poor
The San warms the hearta of thousands of destitute
families every day at its free bread depot, on First
street. Photographs show lines of men and women wait
ing for the loaves.
Page 6 National Shrine for
Catholics
The Cathedral of Our Lady of the Immaculate Concep
tion, to be erected at the Catholic University in Wash
ington, is to have a beautiful setting.
Page 7 The Earliest Man
Conclusions reached by Robert de Rustaf jaell, nfter ten
years of research, place man in Egypt half million vesr.
"go.
Page 8 The Aiglon and Buried
Treasure
Fantastic .story from Vienna tells of enormous wealth
being revealed when the body of Napoleon's son t.i re
moved from tho Kapuziner crypts.
Page 9 An Artist's New
Style
KxanlpleA of work of E. Paseual Monturiol, now on ex
hibition in New York, show the artist's style of execu
tion that is creating a sensation throughout the art
world.
Page 10 Unique Outing Club
Dartmouth College students have solved one problem c'
college life through their ideu of developing brains nnd
brawn in the outdoors.
Page 1 1 Kipling Stories
"Abaft the Funnel" heads another series of talen from
the pen of the famous author, which ar entertaininc
Sunday Sun readers.
Page 12 The Farm by the
Forest
locephine Daaksm Bacon is the author of piece of flc
tion rilled with strango surprises. Illustrated by Clara
Beck
Page 13 -Latest Fashions
A series of photographs show women renders what thej
may expect in ballroom rtyles and in outdoor coFtunic
tiirtling in their simplicity.
Page 14 Nationwide Prohibi
tion Claude Kitchin, new floor leader of the Democrats ,r
Congress, has somo interesting ideas on the liquor trod
rhich he tellit next Sunday.
Page 15 Changes in New
York
rhntofrraphH nhow the tremendous transformation I'
several sections of the city during the last forty year.
Page 16 George Ade Tells
Of his friends at the Alfalfa Hotel. In next wk
laugh the humorist deals with a cocktail.
In Next Sunday's Sun

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