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1 EXHIBITIONS AND SALES |
i 489 PARK AVENUE I
i THE LIBRARY OF THE LATE |
j H. BUXTON FORMAN |
(THIRD 'ND LAST PART) j?
THIS PART COMPRISES THE ?
MISCELLANEOUS LIBRARY f
OK MR FORMAN. INCLUD h
ING FIRST EDITIONS OF H
BOOKS BY AND RELATING M
TO KEATS, SHELLEY. K
WHITMAN. ROSSETTI, |
<3 To be sold the afternoons of S
Monday. Tuesday aud Wednesday,
i October 4, 6, at 2:30 octocJt '
; Sa/ra eon rt:-ted by Sir. F A. Chapman ^
Luxuriant Hair Promoted
Cuticura kills dandruff, stops irritation,
a cause of dry. thin and falling hair.
Treatment: Gently rub Cuticura Ointment
with the end of the finger on spots
of dandruff. Follow next morning with a
hot shampoo of Cuticura Soap. Repeat
in two weeks. Nothing better than these
fragrant, super-creamy emollients for all
skin and scalp troubles.
! llinpli Each Trt' 07 Mull Adrir?*a: "CatlenraLabI
oritcrtM. n?pt CM. Mildll 4?, Uui " Sold everywhere
Soap 25e. Oiitmevt25 andbOr. Talcum
i UfiMT Cuticura Soap ?hnvci without mug.
Pleasant urprise at finding your skin
xouble go much bettor in tin morn in s
?afriT you lm\ us* i Potriam tin night
before?proves to you that In this splendid
remedy you have an urgent, power
:ul. valuable means in skin betterment,
i'oslam relieves skin aggravation
makes your tortured body nappy and
does all tills with the utmost ease and
astonishing rapidity Let It begin rigid
now?to-day?to help your skin beeomc
what it should " -clear and free from
S)U1 everywhere. For free samph
write to F.mergeney Laboratories, 242
West 47th St.. New York City.
I'oslam Soap, medicated with Poslam
brightens. beautifies complexions.- - -.4 rf1"
Comfort Your Skin
With Cuticura Soap
and Fragrant Talcum
i Soap, Ointment. Talcatn, %t ti?|whtrt. Sample
fr*c ? Olicuft L&bo.aborWt, Xtopt. 'J*, Mats
' ?== Real ? .
i I? J
^li c/IN NO
of a Women
Jw|| at the 'Du
Sp Shop, 431 /
93!* between 38
y Streets. Here
|E8 431 FIF1
ASK 180 FIF1
flgB Between 22i
I K&TO 16 AN? 18
lACi lb Between Br or.
k ' ~
SENTENCES HALTED !
AS GAMBLER TALKS
.skaugliuessy (iocs Before Nas-j
sail Jury and Justice
1MMI X1TV WAS PROMISED!
"Squeal* on Officials Who Ac-!
crji iru viidac ??%.?*,
of ( lemcuov.
As a result of testimony given in j
! Mlneoln yesterday by John Shaughnessy, i
o( of tho three prominent Now York
i gamblers who are awaiting sentence (
following their picas of guilty to inI
Uctmcnis charging them with maintain- '
ing g ambling establishments In Nassau !
county, their sentences, which were to!
have been pronounced on October C, will ;
! be deferred. j
The three men are Shaughnessy, j
David Gideon and William H. Busteed, j
and when the day was first set for
their sentences they were given to urij
derstnnd the only manner in which they j
could prevail^ upon the court to give
them less than tin- full penalty of the I
law would be to give information as |
to which Nassau county officials, if any, j
; tlicy had given money for protection j
i in their illegal business. The three de- |
I dared then they never had paid any 1
Nassau office holder a penny and that i
even if they had they would go to prison i
indefinitely before they would tell the
j men s names.
But yesterday Shaughnessy testified in
the John Doe proceeding which Supreme
Court Justice Townsend Scudder Is conducting
as the opening manoeuvre In u
campaign to drive vice and graft out of
the county. Immediately at the close of
the day's hearing It was learned that
as a result of his testimony Ills sentence
day and those of Gideon and Busteed
would be deferred. And so in all those
corridors of the Court lipase, .where big
and little count.- officials foregather on
i John Doe days, there was endless spec!
illation as to what Shaughnessy's testlI
mony had been and as to whether at !
j last he had broken down.
'Spider'" .Jackson Heard.
j He had come to the hearing accomI
punied by one "Spider" Jackson, a ,
voting negro, who was examined also,
and testified that lie was the "lookout"
in Shaughnessy's old gambling house :n
l.ynbrook. Jackson's principal value to
, his employer, as Jackson proceeded to
: 1<-U the court without any touch of false
1 diffidence, was that he had a "photoj
graphic" memory, and never forgot the
I lace of any man he had once seen.
Jackson explained It was part of his
business to know every man on the pay
| roll of Nassau county, and it was another
part of his business to let Shaughnessy
know when any sort of an of'
fleia.1 came nenr their gambling house,
ven if he did no mor<- than drive his
I flivver past it on a Sunday afternoon.
< Jackson testified lie was invariably oil
the door every night the house was
I running, and that in all his career
. i of door keeping ho never had let a "sour
I l man" get past him. At this point he.
1 explained that sauvity was his stock in
trade and that every gentleman to wlu>m
he ever denied Hhnughnessy's door took
' the denial with good grace.llnlrrlalnN
Jackson also entertained the Court
' with an account "f his gift* as a host.
. I These' were often called into requisition
! when raiders or investigators came to
; the house. Then its paraphernalia would
lie hlddtn away. .Shaughnessy would depart
elsewhere for the air. and It would
be Jnckpon who would Invite the representatives
of the law to walk right In
; and given their opinion of the rues and
discuss the pictures on the walls.
After he had told this he was asked
I promptly how Shnughnessy knew always
I : that a raid was eoming off. But Jacks.
>n said Shnughnessy never took
him Into his confidence that f ir. But
Shnughnessy always seemed to know accurately
when a raid was pending and
due. So far as Jackson could testify
Shauglinessy knew by divination.
it was learned yesterday that the testimony
given by one Matthew O'Neill, a
nvi't now in Sii.g Sing for tenting
motor cars, to the effect thai he and
tie.., who worked with him u. I to pay
ng and opening
:ifth oA venue,
th and 39th Jwl
* may be found |R||
SPORT HATS f'j
H AVENUE M
th and 39 th Sts.
H AVENUE Jj%'
td and 23rd Sts. ct&glp
tdnay and Nassau pF
pertain Nassau officials for ptnriMlH 1
ti . ' . rate In the county, U itudlaf OPI I
well and that thero 1h ud'-guale corrob- *
oration of It. Justice Seudder will charge '
the October tJrand Jury next Monday j
and it la expected at leust six Indict- j
meats will be found the first of next !
WED AT 13, SHE NOW IS
FREED OF 2 HUSBANDS B
Woman Mistook Annulment
for a Divorce.
The marrlaKd of Mrs. Josephine | ^
Meade, of Eklert street, Brooklyn, to .' s
Frederick M.-ade, has been annulled by v
Supreme Court Justice Joseph Morsthauser,
In New City, Rockland Coun- i \
ty. It was brought out in the suit that ;
Mrs. Meade, ihlnkinK she was divorced I *
fiont Meade nineteen years ago. married j [
Milton Keinpnor, who discovered tlje , '
mistake last spring. I i
Mrs. Meade sot forth in court that i
she was only 13 years old when she J
married Mead?. Two years later. In | j
1?'J1 >l l? r,,r/. fi tiiutio. in n I *
village court In lied Ilook, Dutchess f
County, ,'ithI agreed to separate. Mrs.
Monde shIiJ Hie thought this proceeding
divorced lier: so wliso slie was 18 years
old she married Kcnipncr. I
When Kemptier discovered nis marriage
was not legal, he had it annulled
by Supreme Court Justice James CropBey
in Brooklyn. Mis. Meade Is now |
free of both marriages.
PRISONER RELEASED !
TO SUPPORT FAMILY s
Governor Commutes Sentence
cf a First Offender.
Spcticl Despatch to Tur IlmtAU).
Albany, Sept. 30.?Because Ills wife |
and two small children are in destitute J
circumstances and need his help Arthur ;
Miller, u first offender, now in Sin? Sinn:
for criminally receiving stolen goods,
will be given his freedom next month
by the State Parole Bourd under a commutation
order of Gov. Smith. His
minimum sentence of one year and six
months was commuted to seven months
and twenty-five days. The Governor
said that the commutation was recommended
by the District Attorney who
prosecuted the case.
"If he falls to behave himself he can
I be returned to prison," said the Gov- j
CITY BONDS BILL SIGNED.
Governor Acts on St roet Cleaning
n 11 d Sehool lloose Measures.
Special Despatch fo The Heraui.
Albany, Sept. 30.?Gov. Smith com|
pleted action this afternoon on the
| measures sent to him by the extraordi- ,
j nary session of the Legislature when lie
! signed th<' Walker hills permitting New j
Vork eity to Issue $">,ft(>0,000 more of :
revenue bonds to raise money for the I
street cleaning ard other departments .
and to use the proceeds from the sale
of its corporate stock or serial bonds j
fot the erection of new school houses.
I Our Mi
i/4o/ao mi/ ertv.fjxxr or toes os rt
patstall. 0* thct3dat. mjtim
new jirgrr. isnnra mora *ti
isauio w im iagli, btah t i
ccwakt bt mi w. its! a ?
< ..10 or ore hch. pttwrr* tut
actual fhecipitatiow .34 ikcf
ru.a*b n?taca ruia ?t
oenry >v. ivi
pay to tmi ordep OA ilftpi-st^n paii
i myrr rwxtun a*oN?/ioo ?
rami nr rar?
MANHATTAN COMPANY 1
' T 0 7 1 <
hllmm ,11^. i. !,;ara
| ^wotoooolas shoeo^f A
/for fall and wihter wear > k jv
in au. the latest styles e
i \ all leathers all sizes j p *
i | : jfer , ;
i i n i
j I | ^
SAUTION. - ? ?! ? ?P?? h??ltif w. L. ??"
D|ln ahoe* The name and price ii plainly
alaoipeil on the note. Re careful to mc tbil It ...
bet net been chanted or mntllated. yy
it 85 Nhwmii Street..
847 Urohilwny, nrnr 14th. *
41:152 Rrnmlwiy, cor. .'IBth St.
14or? UrotuUvay (Times 8t|.) *
it 084 Third Avenue. *
* 14",'2 Third Avenue.
*2202 Third A v., cor. 120th St.; *
*2770 Ttaionl Av.,ht? 148th4147thSt*. I +
Store* marked witl
EW YORK HERALD,
PAY RAISES CUT OUT
OF BIG CITY BUDGET
Continued from First I'tttjc.
:o to 1330,000.000 It would gel withir
l few millions of the limit."
The budget committee was In sesslor
iltnost all day. Many schedules of th<
mailer departments and bureaus wort
laaacd without malting many changei
n the tentative schedules. Requests foi
alary increases, new positions and at*
iroprtutions for new work were cut oui
vithout much consideration.
*riw. Hnnril of Kleetions estlmntf
ihowed ii decrease even In the salnrj
icoount. This y. ir the board had JORS.
>1)0 for snlarii s. which was boosted bj
he August salary increase to $1,024,920
I'he Commissioners ask for $904,07.1 foi
text year's salaries and a total o<
12,059,021. Tire Armory Hoard asks foi
I94 7.0S1, u bis increase for improving
THE PAUL JONES LAUNCHED.
,n*l of t?t Destroyer* Ordered ir
Philadelphia. Sept. 30.?The de
itrover Paul Jones, the last of the fortyfx
vessels of that type ordered by th<
Jovemment in its war programme, was
auncln d to-day at ("tramps' Shipyard.
Miss Ethel Haffley, slster-ln-law oi
Secretary Daniels, was the sponsor.
All I HI I I IWIIIISf
No jimmy can
this new )
SEE how the massive ho
spread out and lock wl
hold fast to the door jamb
Examine one at the nearest
Yale Cylinder Guard Lock No.1
it on the door of your home or
The Yale&Towne Mfg. Co. (Ma
q?? - " Yale Made I
14T oiitt ok iocoerr 07
IIK JOtti, l?aO, AT !TlfSTO?,
,uvrue kyathtr rciirr*
IPTTISH DOUIKTOKB IISUFAUrt
rerun, COVTKIKG AGAIS8T
BOTOS or 8 A.*. ASD 3 P.M.
IPS *30.000 00
ATBMBirr nr.rom DniMHTixo
Niw ro*? OCTOPtP lit, 1330
KM A* COMl'AW
t AP30C:aTT03 - *30,c30.0C?
? Yes /
THE SHOE THAT HC
7.00 $8.00 S9.o<
FOR MEN A
YOU CAM SAVE MO
EAR/MG W. L.OOUGL
|H? best known shoes in the w
I aresold in 107 W.L.Douglass
m the factory to you at only one p
srantees to you the best shoes
tduced, at the lowest possible c
uglas name and the retail price j
the bottom of all shoes before th<
tory, which is your protection
L.Douglas $9.00 and $ 10.00 she
ely the best shoe values for th
s country. They are made of t
est leathers that money can bu;
nbine quality, style, workman
aring Qualities equal to other m
at higher prices. They are the I
fashion centers of Amcrica.The
cc is W. L. Douglas personal g
it the shoes are always worth tl
s the same everywhere; they c
y do in New York.
L.Douglas shoes are made by tl
Jer the direction and supervisio
h an honest determination to
it money can buy.
j. Dourlaa ahnta are for ante by owrBOOO ?hr>?
?r? b?*irta? our "wn (tnrrt. If your Incnl ilrr
o? aupply you,take no ottier Ordardirect
the factory. Scud for bookiat tollin* bow to
r ahnna by mull, po?t?g# free.
'147 Dislifh Avenue.
-."?() West I -<~th Street.
TOO Kroitil tvny, near Thornton St. I
l.'tttT ItromlwiiT, ror. liatM Ave.
47H Fifth Ave., ror. 11th St.
8o0 Man Italian Ave. (flrNnpoiai;
441) Fulton Street,
i t) carry complete line* of W. L. 1
FRIDAY. OCTOBER 1
HER EAR SUNBURNED,
BUT SHE ASKS $10,000
Chiahcma Woman Will Sell
to Cuban Here.
Another offer of a left ear. thin one
a bit sunburned, but sizable and guaranteed
of perfect const ruction, was offered
yesterday to Frank S. Quesada ol
Munzanllla, Cuba, who wants it to re
t place one he lost when a horse stepper
, on it years ago. Quesada recently canM
to this cltv for a visit here made knowr
' his wants. He will pay Iin,000 for at
? ear that match's tin one he already
r ; has.
The new offer wsa received In a let:
ter from Itichard Armstrong of a stnal
t , Oklahoma town, uc -ordlnpr to Actin]
Capt. John Ayres of the Missing Persons
Bureau, vt ho received the letter.
Armstrong invited communteatior
from -Mr. Qur-ssula an.I requested the
Cuban's uddrt ss.
r CHILDS CASE IS TRANSFERRED
Old Time election \ctlnn Will
Cunic l'i> \ vain went.
I Tlr application by William Hamlin
| Childs tor a db-mlssul of the Indictments
I against liim and his podefcndants for al,
loge.1 failure to report properly election
( xpens' . incurred in the Hy lan-Mltobel
Mayoralty campaign was transferred
estcrday to the criminal branch of the
. Supreme Court. The argument was to
> have been heard by Supreme Court .lusi
tier iN'ewburger, but he signed the order
of transfer without opposition.
' The argument will be presented at the
Criminal Courts Building next week.
oked bolts of hardened bronze
hen the key is turned. They
and ivcn'f let go.
good hardware store?ask for the
92. See how big and strong it is. Put
garage, for security.
leers of the Ynle Locks) Stamford, Com).
Is ^ ale Marked ?^
HENRY W. IVES & CO.
Hanover Hank Building
2 & sio 22 SHOES
'orid. They <1|l!||i
tores, direct /Hi, ' %
>iofit,which ;| * , |l
that can be J!! 'i V
Ort. W. L. jayrv Ipiujjiil
ire stamped tj |l gil I] If
;y leave the ijlpijlr
against un- !j
>es areabso- / ^ __
e money in !
he best and )^Br i ?
p. They A ? V .....
hip and ff fc^QV-, r
stamped 4 2
uarantee anc' $5.50
lie price paid for them. The price
ost no more in San Francisco thai
le highest paid, skilled shoemakcri
n of experienced men, all workini
make the best shoes for the pric
lf/ji A . w. r.. i^l'rsho. Co
p-t4.J}Z/34 21 (> K|tark Street,
/? i'.rorkton, mhi
IN GREATER NEW YORK
< '1 " Y IS \ownrk Avcmio,
ftOHOKI.N I ' !<> Washington Strop
5 \I()N IIII,I, '.i7t5 llorRpnllnp AvoJ
*\i;W \lll< H.'tl I'.roa.l Sir. ot.
* I A rRRSOM 109 Mai lt. < St..ror. Cl?
*TltKNT0N-a?? Kant State Street.
Douglas Sliots* for Woman.
' AMERICA S FOREMOST
I rT. MTI !PV Promi'iiado abov <;3d St. i
I 1 UKY <>nturyTUea Cent Pk.W?t
3 Ilifftn-nt Musical Production') Nightly.
century i midnight
revue *tw, rounders,, $
ttrtets 51. $2, fa I Price# SI, S3. (3, $6.
Oiniiiit altd Paiu-lng <1 Till Closing.
TIMES SQ. THEATRE
! HVst .land St. I'hone Bryant 31.
j KKUULAK MATS. THUK8. & HAT.
The Stlwvns nrescnt
: FLORENCE REED
in Kiitrwr Stl**yn's N?w I'by
\ nora hayes AE
. In tin! Scottish Coinedy "DON'T TELL!"'
1 ! llv (; K VH AM MOFFAT.
CA^FIMO 39t B Bv< i, v.
I V'--J1VV ,--vt Vi-tli . t-l o-n orrow aao.
j ZIMUALIST'S Play with Muatc.
1 SEATS SKIXINO 13 WEEKS AHKA'
PI AYHMKF |S|11 st K.orB ? ;?>-. Sm S .M
rLAinUU? V-us. To-m'w A Will. 2:30.
, -perfectly irresistible!"
- A Inn Dale. .American
a t nn a t~\k/
! (Personally) A A !
: " Anna Ascends
WIUi JA?uKh ( itAA K.
TOPS THE HIT COLUMN!
48TH ST Thoa. Just, K.of H'y. livs.
Nt-t.s.Tc-ir? J hnrs. 2::tn. __
| fPANK y A
Seats r> weeks in Advance. MatR.Tom'w & Wd
I 44TH ST. I'HEA. |
1$ Fifth Tremendous Week \
\ .. D.W.GRIFFITH'S
I WAV DOWN EAST" I
5 PPIPW ' vK.4hal.Achun. Mats.ntlr to 82. -5
s rniliW All othrr Mts. 3V to f l ..'>0. $
:> ^ ^//// /./////// '//J///*//.x 'V 'n "'' ^
i 39thSt.Th8a.Rvvnln?aTs i-> Art,
To-ill*w WeeI 2.:15.
"Another IYk o* My Heart. Has trrofdstible
heroine.'*?A. V. Sun-It wall.
"DAnnV THE NEXT
rftSJU! BEST THING"
wjt1' Kilt en Unban "ti'l < ''Til Smtt
131 mi I Th?a.. 45th St.. \V. ?>C B'y. livs. 5:110
131JUU Mats. Tom'w .V Wed : Pop. i 2:30.
fUDDIPK OJ W.?3th. Kit/ro.v 1522. fcvis.
Unl\n!ul\ s:.'10.Slats.Tom'vv&Thurs. 2:10.
UliOPK I'liMBKHTON ITuscms
V.Vkk't ENTER MADAME
r i K v oit
Stoves to the Knlton Theatre Mon., Oct. 4.
Opening V.on., Oct-, 4. at the (iAKHIC'Jv
Till; THEATRi: <illLI>. Inc., Presents
DP I I'.u h/nr. B'way. Kvm. s ;to.
I Mats. Tt iu'? A. W isl. :.<0.
ERNEST TRUEX ii 'BLUE BONNET
UOOD sK ATS AT $ 1 .(Ml AN'D $1.5)
I'opulir Priced Matinee To-morrow.
I Tir^ rnrc ON sale for
I 1 IV^rvIl. 1 O ALL THE vlRES
NEW YORK'S LEADING T
EAMOVS HELASCO SVCCESSES
FlUPIRF IJ'way A lOih St. KvvKi.TO.
C.IVir 1 rvc. Mats. Wi 1. A Sat. U.m
"Exceedingly amusing "-Bruuii, 'J'ribunr
"Call the Doctor"
RET ASfO wKs^'-TiTif"TT-sTs'.xiT"
rJOL-rVOV.'-' Mat*.Tom ? .V Tliurs 2.30.
Uncommonly fine."?Woollcott, Time*.
*- ' ^c'*-'ivJM;?ts To-tn'w A Thlim. 2 20
-GOUiiROUHI Y PI NNY. Tnliune
f HENRY MIlLEPSIE^l*
B/Lfc 8 20-MATS THURS ft, SAT 2 20
I Bv, WAMEC fORJ3E?>
i THE SEASONS TQIUMPM
j Cohan & Harris vh'i'."\V.*i s?i" > t'V
"| SAM H. HARRIS
?' y I if j >, .
?ltli t.Kt'H'.l. H11 > N e. V
A\ KON IIOH'VVN < Conicly Sucre*'
*" ^linfOTi M -t l.i s .11
llolAI I MjU W dl A Hat. 2 30
mm ! ; I \.M \VIIK?
I W" ~ ^ HBfeNGTON.4
| -<? : t:'"'
$ C'?T NIQHT"?
I ?<?M JAM JIMS
H r fc> ? >1 ? ?: ? WMITINO A
M A/*C HAI'IK IUTHT * CO,
ALALL Hnl..-r, Bmrnvtt K.h.ii.
, in i.ni ? ; ?? Han't. ? i,.ii, ,.i|,
Mti l>ai)? ' V?nil Hvl\n<tar H.
~ _ Karyl Nortnan, ' Thn
Crrnla I n *hlon I'toU,'
KlVERSIDt r>-a. h. it.,, n,
1 1 it'va shv tiHt M?rrl? A Cmmpht
j irvli.it A .lark Kau/ma
H~~ H.r.KaitM'a j F'TR MORTONS. "
B * ay < last c*firlllM, T|1?f , Uvvivx%
J l*op I'rlrr*' ' <! I Vwt n iffH* nlhcr*.
/ V il.| . krUn* rmari Timber*.
I i n 1 uv.n\i I r i I? ' 11111 ft 11*!,
I hrrfc.KMI.N 4 cjinonft ami a Joker
J 14HI.IC.of.HAv. El Cl*v?\ 1 oily Kay,
fop.J#ric?a2f*o$l Toney & Norman, other
r% Cent. IVrf'wV<*. TVft?. 1 ?.2.Ev?.20,40,0<
B. F. Keith VanUevilie
I I'aramn'in' I'hrturnv .
. . ? us ruriiv
* : T\IVOLI jillu I' l l ; bllblTI I
e I III ? nt r vie < VST
i -Idil) st I Klvoll ''oncrt Orrh.
i Ml I A I TVT I V' v:' 1 '
I I I ALTO I Hin .ln.il Hlr.l."
'* 11 with Doris May.
Jtk. * in ii
r Criterion the restless se)
a . UIMCIIUH wl,? MAiao.vn.wiKf
, ' B'w*jr i?t 41th ft. i 'opt. Noon t n I) |'. A|
5?llin$ 6 \yt?ks in advdnc
' THEATRES AND HITS. DIRECTION Ol
"Scored a. Broadway ?>u< vk.sk."- Err. World.
With the World's Greatest Laughmakers
EDDIE CANTOR GEORGE LEMAIRE
and BERT WILLIAMS
AKDITII HALLOR Aim)?M) Hrovity Beauties
Sunday Night Concert 8tar',y,.|K.
CENTUR Y THEA. I
Seats Now on Sale
F.Ray Comstock. & Morris Gest
World's Premiere, Mori.,Oct. 4
Their Fourth Annual Spectacular Production
Uy Oscar Aschc, Author of
"Chu Chin Chow'
Music by Pcrcu Fletchc.
I MICHEL FOKINE
Hra E. LYALL SWETE
POSITIVELY THE WORLD'S
CO. OF 400-14 BIG SCENES.
MARRY the POOR GIRL
"A plcy m.->re agreeable and more :ntc laining
lhan an7 0/ those produced in New
York, this season."?Alexander Woollcott
in I he Times.
LITTLE OLD NEW YORK
J Plymouth Ma's.Tom'w A- Thi~r"'. 2:20
_ , Tlioa..47th,Hy.Ev.S: 10
S HELD AUDIENCE HHEATHLESS."
S ?-Eve. Sun.
; NOUODY CAN AKKOBD TO MISS XT' '
? Alan Dalr. American. 1
LITTLE THEATRE?SPECIAL MATS
4 MATINEES MOV., TUK8.. TID ES ,
EACH WEEK KRI. at '2 30?SEATS NOW,
LA UHANCC. CLARKE Prrs-nta
MME. BORGNY HAMMER
i t an Encllshurnn* nABLER,'> IIENRIK
ITfxluctlon ntuuH UHOLlIa lnsKN
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