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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1915.
16 4 MULLAH ROBBERY I INQUIRY STOPPED' fotCftlTM ( ill led Off in Hunt fr Pfinon Whn stnli' 177,001) in .li-ucN. SPANGLK rtit'K ATTACKKDlHAVf MFK WAS A HELL T4if myaler) "f McMillan esel nnhtvry nag) nnf he solved SS UU M tiio puiHi.- in ncrnrad, for Influenca wtiirth snag br ughl to bear hmi1;i In the calling off r ill" last detectltrS . erdny. rum I o'clock in tin gfteri i Horrli Amthnoi. Iietnl f a dt I FOII VI hkimk'.v Fifth garamw, leas do a his heal to dnd UN (Mat arno M l i hi ITT.000 rth r j wli from the summer home t ManelMatorbytric'8M. Maw.! of Airs. JatlMg M.M'I'.i.. Wide of th L'netgd sHatea Hcnatoi from MIohlgMti. T ie Moctlvt km eurttlng on the Uie oiy thai iIm robber) was U Inrtdt ) b w hen urd i uutra i" him from lamualSt I'lvmwell MCVntf, tlM linn UaVt tad inurl I ha J. .: for 160,000, Mid had mployed : t agency, thai ha ceaaa tnsj InrastJgatloii, Aschner said to Uosrga C, MayerM oft he Insurance firm : "You're ih dootor. If ii ias stop, then atop li la." "If Um evidence l linva was placed' bgfaTN iiw i-iiii Attorney af Bases oomty, Sdaaauchuaetta," Aachnee .nol later. I am -aii (led ther MjM be mi arras, liailda 04 forty-eiglsi hotirg." Ilrnlale I'riim l-'rtnill. Ajii'Iiiot' atMomonOi grossed the ire of .tohn U Hall. Btainaal for tin Mi-MII-t Ian family, accord Irg to winl from lVw- j ion laat evening, and Mr. Hall unvr out ; h stat'-'M. there i" win,'1! ha ssaM that the etory roniin.r from Now York "u . faiae in riMui) intporUMM particulars, hpi h p,iiii iraarpnauttlon of tha nooount i w -Hi. i a ituoi injustice 10 mnooeni paraoiie.' Ha naio that AgeHner's math ia of invaatlflMloii war. impei iir and that "ovpry pnrtiota of avManca hae boon turned ,er to the pot tea ami ery effort will ie made i - clear up I vhat now appea rs i i., a baffl mj mye tor) ." Mr. Hall alao spoke of lha meeting bslween Mm. t'reaton illba 'i , i a- grand daughter ol Mra McMillan, ho w " gigging at the m Mlllan aummaar inane, and her huaband at a Hoatoii hot I two da after the robber) ami pubaequently to divorce pruceedlnga being Inatltutad, Mr. H ill Hani thai iha huaband and wife mere obliged to confer occ.ielon.ill In reference to ihah children, a pnnulo tennn Ntithllllt. Regarding tin- apangte arhlch lete.' iler Amhtiei mild was font I in Ihe aafa from win -h the Jewela aere itolan, t'liier iif Poii. , dulllvun of Manchoator em 1 1 l!t niaat . "I ,1., not iH'tleve it hati any Itoatin-; nn the maa, Xw.hnor any It waa found In the coinpartmenl if Ihe Mc MiIImii eafe fi aillch fie Jewelry waa Htolen, ha proof that t wnn found ila ' if n a'aa round In Hie nafe it ma) have bean there for waekfl or montha before the robbery ov' urted. T a apangta w Imllar to ihoee found on the trimmings of an evrnniK ow a owned by Mrs lilbeon, but it pravaa nothing and e do not i vide i of any algnlflcanca, Iviilier in the day before the inaui ame company ''d told Vachner to o,ull lie hoi given oul a atalemenl denying 9liuch ihul had lieen .said b) Ml. Hall. in th s etatemenl the detective aald: Of '( i 1nltmriii. "Mi HatTi -t :i i i Mailt thin hr railed th itotfttilVM tlie- tn.iy 1 ror- iert in rr-irit'iiro t the Burtif drtctlV, ho. .f I uiicitrttid :t. wtr riM"-"'"-ina Ihf MtM IIm f unilv. bu1 li I"-' Jurlwrtlctlon -r tin-. .t i tun repratnt Iiik he I nmi mm company and had nol topped inonwiil on t he until Moplontber Mi when iisUeti m ' abandon mi Invaatlrfatlon. aa in ifiHl.il in lelegraph PhllTp McMillan to copjmi i" meotlni m Now Yotk city at thf Motel Blltmora on Moptombtr IS. I rrfuHi'ti howetrar, i" dlvulga any mun' informal n i had alraad) talaad with i, m in Man Itoataf f wanl on with m hi' ii m'Ii and am tailaflad thai i atn on' lha riaht track.' Tho data t ii m) h in- had bull! up bli MM uii examination of lh( fourtaan nTYjintii in ih- McMillan home, on t in iinfliuir of ihf apanfl f oni an evening cown !n the naff from which lh Jewela wfr1 MnlfTi the night of Augual H unit tin raatlttf -.lit. I hll men. Mrs. m.-m Han, Mn I'raaton iion lind the entire ataff of arrvunta were In t he houat Son of them heard any unuaual aoundu that night, t hey agio. The jewris ware In aafe in a bathroom Adjoining Mra McMillan! room. The Inauriinee firm, which hai oflieei in William mih'I, announced yeaterda) that II hnin'i paid tin- $1 1 indemnity ft. ti Instruct long were awaited froii; Lloyd 'a f laniluit. MRS. BLIGHTON'S BAIL IS RAISED TO $5,000 Banker Arrcstoii for Interfere tnM Author I" Heard on Krand Chanre. Ball of f.'.r.nn. which lim kepi Mra. Ida Millar llllghlon, author, In Jail alnea Hunda on two grand larceny ehargea, vhr raised )eaterdaj to t:,,nini i, Mag latrgta Rrotel In Torkvllle court Ae glatanl Dlstrht Attorney Huell re quaatad the Maglatrate to make the bail no, nmi, hut after i eultatlon ,t:..(nlfl was figreed upon, Mrs. llliifh ton, who is the wife of i't ink Bllghton, n shor. story writer, is acuueed "t ob talnlftfl wumgy from her frlanda to Invegl in real estate and war stocks end never showing any returns. While the ease was being heard Se lective McConvitle, who irteeted Mrs. nilghton Saturday at fiftieth street end Klfth avenue, arreated a man who agid lie was I lehlg Etergen, n banker, living at -ii Baal eighteenth street Jlo was oharged with having attempted to paraugda Mri, M Duncan iiiiiies. Who says she lost $g,OA0 lllrough he1 gpaoulgttona with Mra Bllghton, to withdraw her ehurge, Hergen said he was a friend of Mr HlgbtOH M'Kli- irate Krotal tllacharged llergeti with a gevera reprimand, ami ordered him to heeft away from all ihe wltneaaea aalatant nistnst Attome itueii had fe-verai oomplulnanta on hantl eater. la", but only two tdiarges were pre ferred ggglnal Mrs. RUrThtoit, The hist was that of Mrs. Myrabelle K. S inomls nf West Thirtieth street, wife of Hll FSngllgh grmy t'aptaln -''a aayi she UVI ll'ih lo Mis illlghton to invest. The other ponipla-lnaul was Roy R. Sioynton, clerk al tin Hotel Heymour, wio eliartfes that he , -ashed a wnrth l ss cheek for tO0 drawn on Ihe ltro.nl wgy Trual fompany for Mrs. Hllghton. Ihe tit iter COmplaltiant. Wife Mrs M l in, an Qllllaa, who Uvea at tne Hole! Iroouoia, In Weal l-'ortv-fouMh street; Mrs JolW OOldle, lintel Iterkley Mrs .nail l.eoual'U all West Kixtielh stieet. .,ng j. j. dtarallnaer. '.'iii Uaat Thlr. etb Btnet. The exanilnatiou of Mrs. Hllghton waa adjourned until to-inor-tr-w aflernonn. VALUES EX-WIFE'S LOVE AT $25,000 f, II. .toll Siipb Phvsician He Named When He Obtained a Divorce Ch grief H Hell, private aeiretary lo llfi- late .ToMiph Milhank, hanker anil DhllMthfOplati and now employed liy i MllbMlk emate at 40 Wall atreet, appeared liefore Hupreme i"ourt Juatlre Dekthgnty yeatenlay to proaeiute a ault f.'ir 111,09)1 datnagea agalnM Dr. l-o-poldo lie Medina, a phyaiclan. now I ravelling In South Atnerioa, for alienat Ing Ihe affwtlona of Mra. Anna Catherine starr Hell. Ufa, Hell Rot a sepai at ion from her In hand several yeara ago on the ground of lo r litialiand'a cruelly and he later sued her for dclvorce. and named lr. lie Medina. Ita brought the alienation ault after lie had obtained a divorce. Hell glgo aued Hilly Sunday, the evangelist, for utatlder a year ago ,m tin- around of comment! mppoaad to have b-en made by Sunday in a revival mealing 0MI renting the Boll caae, but the action waa withdrawn when it waa learned that a mistake had been made. An Unexpected development of the trial yesterday waa the apiiearance of Mra. Angela Dg Medina as a witnesa in behalf of In r husband. Her testimony show that lie la atlll supporting Iter ami she believes In htm. althoiiKh Hell's counsel alleged that the former Mrs. Hell Is now in South America with lie Medina, who waa last beard from in Yiilparulao. The testimony showed that the Hells and He Medlnaa exchanged visits fre quently when the former family lived In Mount Vernon and the latter In I'lnla ihlphia. Hell aald he first became suspicious of Ihe phyaiclan when the latter and Mrs Hell used to alt on trie Hell veranda amoking cigarettes and drinMng Bell'l wine and other liquors while Hell waa asleep. Dr. 1 e Medina's counsel contended that the defendant always took gloitg a supply of drink ables when vtaltlng the Hells. Hell said that his wife hnally went for a loiiv visll with the He Medtnas in Philadelphia and when she returned she ridiculed him "momjltgi noon ami niaiit.' Turning to the Jury box Hell said: "rentlemen of the Jury, she made life a living hell for me." Plnall) his wife left Mm, taking, he said, all the furnllure except a bed. Concerning the divorce a, -lion. Hell 1, stifled that he followed his wife and the ih fen nt lo the Victoria Hotel in, New Vork, and said be found they hail been living there for three days under assumed names. He prol mto their room while they were out. he said, and recognlgod the defendant's shaving kit . and his wife's night dress. Testifying In behalf of her husband,' Mrs. He Hading said that Hell treated Ilia wife cruelly in her presence and that aha knew there was no affection be I ween the Hells for the defendant to . alienate. The court ordered a sealed verdict. SENATOR HOLLIS'S WIFE SUES FOR A SEPARATION! Nrvt HanipRliiM Mini Degertedl Hr ami l Tryinff t soil Ke)tflt4. sin' riiHPjrt's. CONCORD. N H. Oct. '. -Streeler. 1 1 1, mi. Woodtaorth Bultowgy of' i this city attorneys for Mrs. tiraee H. j Mollis, have entered In the Superior I'oii't for Mcrriinak counl. under aj lieclal order granted by Judge tillver i w Branch, a petition fur legal eepa I ration and maiiiteuanee aKainst her huaband. Henry K. Hollla, Junior United States Senator for New Hampshire. It I a.- bet n made returnable on Novenib, r IS, Mr at.il Mrs. Mollis weie married In Norwood, Mass., June 11, ISM. Mrs II,, His s maub n name was tir.ice Hi uer lon I'lsher and the couple have made lain home In Concord, where Mr. Hol lis practi-ed law and Is prominent In Democratic, politics. rJarly in June. I!H'J. to the surprise uf Bena'or Hollla! famll) ami frienda, thl Senator hit Mrs. Mollis with her two children, Henry French llniiis, Jr.. mil Miss Anna Rlchardaon Hoiiis, nmi has since lived apart from her. Not even his father. Major Abtigh Mollis, who lives In West Concord, nor any member of his family, ha I any Idea as to the cause of his ait. Mis. Holll.l is now with her il, ligh ter, Anne, vtaltlng in I'rinceton. N. J.. baeguaa of the precarious condition of her daughter's health lb nrv !' Mollis, Jr., the son, Is a sunlem In Cornell I'nl verstty. Mt Hollla'. petition alleges, amonj other thlnge. that her huaband recently undertook tu sell the Intereat in his law firm and tne professional bus.ness enti tle -ted therewith to one or both his for mer partners, Robert anil Alexander Murchie, and dienoagd of or attemptad to dlpuoae of certain other propertiea to WVOld 'la' payment of a reasonable al lowance to his wife and children. HUSBAND SUES SHOW GIRL. Thomas linnet. nU Divorce Vr.Mii Hetty H ii.lolph. Bait! Randolph, a show girl at the Winter Harden, was served with papers in a dlvorea action last mghi on behalf o( her huaband, Thomas S Main k, son of a lumber mgnufacturar of iiai- tlmnn Miss Randolph said that the action grew out of her decision to go on the stage last May, when she Joined " Tli, passing Show of 1116" company Hauok is II yeara old, a graduate of Cornell Unlveralty and a olvll Vnglneer employed by the Iittcrhornugh comtainy. I'p to the tlntt the Ifaucks separaterl I ist spring they hud been living at 101 West Fifty-eighth street. She Is now living at the Hotel Astor. i iff the stage Miss Randolph is BSIIaabeth Dailay or ll.'.oT Madison street, Haltlmnre. She is 21 years old. She has been married about two years. Mr.. Cglt'g Molt lllemlaerd. I he suit brought by Mrs. Klltabeth Bowiia i 'olt against her husband, Harris 1 1. i 'nit, a law yer, to compel him to ftc . mint for moneys paid lo lier mother as her share uf a trust fund left by Walter ! HownOi Mra. Colt'g griindfather, waa dismissed yesterday by Supreme Court Justice NewbUrger, who haul that there was no evidence that Coll acted as his w Ife's agent Vcllovr Krvrr In Paname. Sggaigl Cobl4 OfMp.i ' 1 in Tiir Igg, Panama. Oot. T. A case of yellow feer has been discovered in this city. The victim has 'been placed In quaran tine a ml no Infection I. feared. ma-. WomenEverywhere Are Reading Our Booklet "Dollar Diplo-Macy BECAUSE it offers an immediate, prac tical means of meeting the rising cost of living. It makes no attempt to entertain, but comes right down to the problems that confront women daily the vital, all-important questions of managing the home and handling the family finances to the best possible advantage. Perhaps it will answer the very question that puzzles YOU to-day! If you have not read it It is Yours for the Asking Depositors' Account Department PRIVATE BANKERS Herald Square New York Authorized hj nntt ttitrr the tuptfliMlOA ot tht Superintendent of IMnAiny r) ffcg of S'ett YBtk iLansdowne"! 52 74 I wiiiww I A hat for a Gentleman see in one . 1 ;lance at tnis hat than we could describe in a whole paragraph that's why you should come to Macy's and see it for yourself. Men about town won der how we can give so much hat value for $2.74 is the answer. In five new blocks and the season's newest shades: fawn, moss, ash. and the staple browns, oxfords, olive, pearl or black. tn thin i but one good thing of a thousand from our Men' Furnish ing Shop on the Main Floor. I 1 1 I h t f i It H. Mho ivi'n Allr.i, tli.i.n Are Th.-li Lo Price.. , '-1 lo III It S 'l leru!il Squarp. rt' .ay. 34tli DANCING WIFE GETS $12 WEEKLY ALIMONY Sues II usbti nrl for Sojm ration. Alleging Crueltyi and Asks fur $50 Allowance, Heruue his Vlft llltlsttd 011 d&nclng In rannrct inHtend of HlayiiiK ltnie to DOOk hl m;als, WM MMItBMl yrHtenhiy by lhilip Ijorker. owner nf the t oiitroom privilege in evi'iiii uptown reitufntM to be HuflV'lent rMMIl fur denying alimony to Mrn. PmH Worker, penduiK a eult for Heparatlmi Mrs Looker HRked $TiO a week, bill Suprrme ( 'oiirt JllltlOi rendleton grunte.l only $12 a We Ok. M Mi liOoker toM Ihn 'Ourt thai hor 1 iikIiuimI thrw her errowii a hti fntir dit,VH after their marriage mi Kehriiiiry 111 Innt. end thi" followlni day tried to I t rnngli tier. Sh nHld t h.it later lie slipped a note underneath her door i-arly oi.e morning, euyltig that he wan ithnut tu con tin it suirlde Men Locker went tu the hathoom and found her husband In a tiihful of watt r, hut Iiih noti WM out fhi found that he wa fooling i er, Mr? Locket' ftlM allegt'd that her blind OOmpoHid hW t(P act an DggMor at h cigar ntand he operated in an KJIghih avenue tango palacn and IneiHted that niio poe g eingle women nnd Mitt TTprnT I TAILOR W One of our best friends and j wholesale customers who knows the possibilities ofl , Rogers Peet clothes quite as well as we. recently wound up an ad of his addressed to the "custom tailors' man" thui "If you think you re hard la 1 fit', were here " change your mind." Judging from his success in fitting men of all builds, we dare say he'll change a good many minds in the next few weeks. Just as we shall, if you de cide to see "the lit before you order." Your Fall overcoat! How will you have it? Full cut or shapely? Regular or raglan? Silk lined to the edge or braid trimmed? Rogers Peet Company Druudway at Uth St. Broadway tit Wnrren Brinulwav nt 34th St. Fifth Ave. at 41 at St. "The Four Comers" AMI gRMKN'Tg. Columbia;, , Burlesque v ,,,, i in STROLLING PLAYERS angkas.aTMdAl HlaaaatJ Kv. a gat.Ml 0 WASHINGTON SQ PLAYERS VZ Willi th patfotiM Sin 1 1 1 1 ilia? 1 1 A on I 1 1 i la Pill L'UMtd htm of KBVorely ' h.it he was threatened with hiood potato utng. gnd nf knocking oul iwvorgl of hor teeth. The ilefendant tdd Hie court that IiIh tli-niehili- unhgpptnMB Vll dllO entirely lo hfs, wtfo'v IntthvUinoo mi ogbeifoi dgnolngi and HUltl thai it lh Would glVM up KUoh on t ploy moid in would Igko hoi bgok MIDDY ON TRIAL FOR THEFT. He I'lllil l I lo I.ilrl Who Wna llolilii'il. Inil IgM M WUB t'orri'i'll. Ass IPOMI HI n toil head a inldjihlpnigi liiniouin'eil I 'i i T itefore a eourt- i iy Comtnwndor Chlroty WhOM naniH hoN not boon put on trial 0-la) ohargod with itoollng 114 from gnothor wildohlpmwn. After trying to obi itn t h roolgngtlon of the mtdohlpn.Mii 1 f flclali ol ioi in. 'ii.il'.! ported tiif matter lo tiioiit let. Thi' I'arlel on trial to tlio one whJ jolt i. imlttad taking lha in. i ii h oia ii tin' au'udemy pgld tin' amount it, but he navar money, aaaerttng thai he was i read Into paying it Mo oii'rni in Vgvy Ha. Ina I Ham. rVASHiNirroMj Oot. -r Reoretary of thi Navy iJanlel. annotiiiued loday that nil appeals lo him in behall of niidahipnien diumtaaed frorn tha naval aeadgniM of ptherwlae punlalied a. a resull of thl h.i. iiik liiveatlgatitm aIll in futile, ll. it;, s tnrurmerl several peiHona gftg have made appeals for inodlflt'atioit or removal of the punishment. Imimaed thai '" onaaa of all uonoerned I ii.ii be rrotri ert onaaa of nil concerned an iIom .1 umi aill Browning.Kingl & Company Nothing old-fashioned in our Fall fabrics. They'll wear just as well as they look. New suit models for men of all ages and all tastes: $15 and $20 up to $40. Take a minute to try on the best Overcoat you ever saw. $15 to $50. Manhattan Shirts, Scarfs and Gloves in choice designs. Everything for boys as for men. Be assured in aitanct of Complete Satisfaction. Broadway al Sid SI. Cooper Sqaarr at eta t. 7 ' Fnltoa Maanattaa St. at De Kalb A. Brooklyn. 5TARW00D-, IMIIIIIIIHIIHinilllMlillltlllf' 1 7 on 1 'cinemcnt' 1(1 tvttu ri.t RED -MAN 2 .o 25' '0'J BI'..T ..OOUCT Hull I- AMI Kl:sT AI'RANTa Fifth Ave. at 45thSt. Ap:irtmcnt and Rooms with Bath, Unfurnished & Furnished, by the 't'.-ir. Season or Transient!) . GEORGE C. HOWE. Preet. GEORGE ORVIS, Treaa. EQUINOX HOUSE, SSST' DINE TODAY AT THE Craftsman Restaurant pnu door THE MAKTMAN Bt'lLD 1 M . iilTuriiiinr tu liiur. u 11 rs tomtit u-w nl unr ilhinuiiattHl ritj Mrrtia 4 In iitrtr ir inlile ri'hnO- Ctaftsman Lunch .75 Club .50 Afternoon Tea .35 & .50 Dinner, from 6 to 9 $1.00 Table. Reaerved 1" Murray Hill SO 7 I'MAFTSMAM Mill. DIM., ll I t llllll Street. e Vork. N. V. iiiivi;i Ailealey, The (rartanian, w CclOW i m 14th Street, near Fourth Arenue Silhouette Room, Hotel Martinique HitiiMiw mmI :Jil atrael "THE CUT-UPS" A Mueloftl Kuiurteiiinteol During DIllMf -n. i gupper Prince George Hotel hnih Ave. tt'ii iMta hi.. pw'iol rates hi pormooool tiuL KurtiH' s i Irch ROOF Tee i t I'M io '. I'M ' Pake W nl k GARDEN toneio h r.M io u an, ..nt.-i i ; a i ; t h opuow PHoee, No Tipping HBTEL ALBERT !' ViWr-. it u,?'r, -.i; taleei ol up. I vrrllnt reetturent an t rgfOi mouer.il e pileea. gpet tat ratee for Ifomtononl guoeie. ModofWi Hreproofi I I. I I in M i.. -t UM 'I'.. 1.807.632.726 HAD RIDES. Olll HgllWgg Ira (Hi' Irlalrrt $Mi lll l.l'JN lii tnr, fltraal railway t raffle broughl in io:i. I4I.ISI ii paid by 1,107,613,70 pag.an gera in tin' year eiglad June 3ii laat, tu1 oiiiinK' i" .1 report mads by tin iubll rtervh'e LVininiiaalon yaatartlgy. Detailoi figures f.'ii.itt . Interborough attbwgy dtWaloni li", 116,794. SB Intarlwrough alavatail tt: Vision, IIB,SK9,B47.IIII Hudson ami Man hattan tNimpany, IS,67h,uis,91 . Hrook lyn Rapid Transit, lt7,llt,IH0i Manhat tan aurfuee roada, Ml, til, 414. 97 ; Broiig surface roads, M.SuT.Sen.16 ; Queens xin f.i, i' roads, l8,U41i,9S9.8l Other com panies Imdmllng Ihe RorotUlh of 111'.'!: IlllUfld Hid thr Manhattan ltrnlge Three 4'eni Ulna, l9tMO.ll, mm LAST IN THE FIELD BUT BEST Wanamaker Neverbreak Wardrobe Trunk, $15 A bettered, more-for-your-money trunk stronger, more artistic, with added improvements and conveniences specially made for the Wanamaker Stores first factory shipment now .ready for inspection. Specifications of the Wanamaker Trunk Corrugated fibre covering veneer, fibre bound and hand Fixture, nf cold brass plated. Two tension bolts, two dowels, and self-locking Excelsior lock. High grade linings boudoir patterns for women, plain pat terns for men. One roomy top drawer with hat tgpes gnd all partitions, removable; two 'addi tional deep drawers, equipped with the new patent removable swing garment rack with S-ply veneer hangings. Big enough (40 x 14 x 22 i inches) to hold everything the average traveler wishes; small enough to be compact and cozy and not in the way even in small rooms. No excess baggage to pay; no extra transfer charges you just can't pack this trunk to ex ceed the free baunaae limit, and it can be carried on any cab or taxi. ( Guaranteed for Five Years This trunk has been on the market for some months. It has passed the experimental stage. We were unwilling to put it into our stocks before it hail proved itself out and until certain improvements should be made. Thee improvements are now incorporated in the special Wanamaker Neverbreak trunk, and we offer it to the public with full confidence that it will give con tinued satisfaction. . 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FIRST BALf. 50c. 75c. $1. lONGACRE W lath HI Itrianl 33 Pop Mat. v,i A im igin i '! mv I III SI IMOVN mi M K III The Girl Who Smiles With Natalie ll ileu.Ilaltlwia.Win.l l.nfiirl h CARNEGIE HALL (M TOHKN k, ii. (TWU'K OAltY). A FASHION EXTRAVAGANZA r It- ill I. ut: in- 4 urrull Kili Miitiin Itruun. .linn- I Uiil-f j.i. i n. i i 1 1 . i -ii iiraee i n Itue leat.i .'. st.aa, mmi. n.aa, ..i nn i in Mile .it Carnegie Halli Tyeoa'a, m, Brlde'i and DlHee. ot tlm Nix Vor nil. SYMPHONY m N v if I y 9 1 M Y r li A I. I I li l 1IKOII II. I'M tin . Eight Friday AHs. MubecrTpttoitai 1 hrii- to Eight Dollani Sixteen Sunday Attn, 1-1 hteea D Ml i hit I- lutait I liedfl Meiiiprl Hriiiiid ttauei i no i T llonier Here) ' ti'iA.- Mi Vfl.osLv letle kt in k Joeef ii" in i no hi eUlev Si Iiiiiii.iiiIi lleink rehtu nettle Millie t nip I iOO foe It 1 1 rrre Julio Powell ;n it ,, i anj enllenlleJI i The Century nt i K W . TS. 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