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.jw the legal
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¦ — jtow tho legal limit
_c of remark, it Is not
.ig the crop moving sea
xi leaves so large a fund of
.ne command of the banks that
ordinary conditions this would not
wcite any uneasiness.
The indications are that the cash re
serve of the associated banks will be
¦iept substantially Intact hereafter by
the importation of gold.
The sharp fall In exchange yesterday
which made lmpoL-.-i dons of goli ptM-i
ble at a profit, was not modified today.
H •••^jilted in the announcement oy the
N^i'mal City bank of the engagement
uf $5,000,000 of European continental and
oulli American, anc" rumors of other
viigngemetin of thD yellow metal. The
arsto rru-Jits create" in favor of the
United States by the movement of cr> ps
r.nd to aorns extern, rf securities, rvnlch
liave been tsken over at the present bar
lam prlcfcs will enaMe this country to
Import go d in considerable amounts
without resulting to the sale of finance
Mils.
The disposition of European hanks to
;urtall the acceptance of American
finance bills during the last few months
s- having at least one good effect— that
there are but small obligations of that
Imd to be covered at this time, and
hence the credits established by the
movement of crops can only be met by
the shipment of gold to this country.
London May Be Generous
If the Bank of England decides to re
alize the discount rate at the regular
board meeting next Tuesday, or earlier,
this may check to some degree the move
ment of gold toward New ork, but as
the English bank reserves are now large
there are indications that the Bank of
England will not interpose serious ob-
Htacles to the relief of the American
market.
Secretary of the Treasury Cortelyou
caused the following statement to be
given out tonight: "On the occasion of
a call on him this morning by representa
tives of the New York clearing house,
Secretary Cortelyou asked that they con
y to the clearing house his deep ap-
Xireciation on behalf of tho government
of the courageous and high-minded man
ner' in which they had upheld the inter
ests, not only of the city, but in a sense
of the people of the whole country."
Later Secretary Cortelyou called on J.
P. Morgan and expressed In similar
terms his appreciation of the services
rendered by Mr. Morgan and all who had
co-operated with him in meeting the
emergency.
The sub-committee of the directors of
the Knickerbocker Trust company, who
are hoping to bring about a resumption
of business of the company, met In ex
ecutive session today, fterr the meeting
Mr. Davles, counsel for tho company,
eald: "The committee met and after a
discussion decided on a plan of reor
ganization with the end in vl«w of re
suming business."
Carnegie Home, Not Worired
Andrew Carnegie upon his return from
Europe today said:
"I was delighted to read the good news
this morning. I i.:n surprised that the
fall In stocks has been ho small. This
proves that the situation is not alarming
and that the country is all right. In
vestors have only to hold on. The finan
cial authorities have acted boldly but
wisely and the flurry will soon blow over.
It is quite right that savings banks should
require notice.
"It should not be forgotten, however, that
we have had the greatest expansion of
modern times, and sure as fate reaction
must come and has already begun, and it
¦will be healthful. Wo have a^Rason of
less activity in trade, but that will be fol
lowed In due time by another period of
expansion. Nothing can prevent the rapid
progress of the republic. She is all right
and bound to distance all competitors.
Speculation will ba less to the front for a
time, but genuine business will not suf
fer seriously.
"It is in the nature of things that at
tempt to attribute the recent spasmodic
fall of prices to the wise and in the trutst
sense the truly conservative resolve t,t
the president and his cabinet to enforce
the salutary laws against the abuse of
their powers by certain trusts Is only a
device to serve political intrigue."
PROVIDENCE BAVINGS BANKS
DEMAND 90 DAYS 1 OTICE
By Associated Press. -.'
Jf, PROVIDENCE. R. 1., Oct 26.— The In
' dustrial Trust ;; company • posted . notices
In the : savings ' and ¦ participation depart
ments just before the opening hour today
declaring - that I the " rule | requiring ninety
day*'.-: notice iof ' withdrawals ¦of deposits
had been ; put into • operation. Checking
accounts will not .be affected by the
AcU9nrj|i^HPVSMwMMMB4BHB9<w9U3
v 5 Onlylai few, persons were in line before
.as
.c ap
although
.ot of ship
to the United
.ates charged for
. was decidedly good.
j comparatively quiet,
.ing confined principally to
.•ic, Atchison and Missouri
Prices opened well above parity.
_Ned during the session and closed
.m at near the beet quotations of the
oay.
SENATOR NIXON PROMISES
DIVIDEND ON CONSOLIDATED
By Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. M.-At . the
stock exchange board today it was an
nounced on the authority of United States
Senator Nixon of Nevada that the Gold
field Consolidated Mines company will
pay a dividend of 25 cents per share on
January 25 next. The dividend will
amount to $900,000. The announcement
had little effect on the market, and Con
solidated closed at $4, which was about
its price at yesterday's close.
GOVERNOR OF FLORIDA SAYS
SOUTH ENJOYS PROSPERITY
By Associated Press.
ST. LOUIS. Oct. 26.— Governor N. E.
Broward of Florida, who, with Governor
Denecn of Illinois, will be a guest at the
regular monthly dinner of the Commer
cial club to be held at the St. Louis club
tonight, arrived today.
Referring to the financial flurry in New
Tork Governor Broward said: "The
south Is more prosperous today than It
ever has been In its history. We have
not felt, nor do we expect to feel, the
effects of the present New Tork financial
troubles."
CHICAGO CLEARING HOUSE
TO ISSUE CERTIFICATES
By Associated Press.
CHICAGO, Oct. Cfi.-Thf Chicago clear
ing house association tonight announced
through a committee that it has de
cided to issue clearing house certificates-.
It was also resolved that the savings
hanks should require from their deposit
ors the noticeE provided for in connection
with accounts.
EXPRESS THIEVES MISS
BAGS CONTAINING $60,000
Police and Company's Detectives Are
Baffled by Problems Presented
by Robbery at Mil.
waukee
By Associated Press.
MILWAUKEE, Wis., Oct. 26.-Further
investigation into the robbery of the
Uniced States Express company of money
packages amounting to $24,000 reveals the
fact that bags containing $60,000 remained
untouched, although easily accessible to
any one who could open the safe.
This seems to explode all the theories
that the safe was rifled and makes it
more probable that the money was taken
while In transit to the depot office. The
local police were called to the assistance
of the company's detectives and a minute
Inspection of doors, windows and safe
was made. Superintendent McDonald to
day admitted that he was still without
definite Information as to how the rob
bery was accomplished.
MULAI HAFIG AND SULTAN
ARE ABOUT TO CLASH
By Associated Press.
I-ABIS, Oct. £6.— The government has
received advices from Morocco to the
etfect that a battle between the army of
Mulal Haflg which has reached a point
eighteen mile? from Mogadar, and the
sultan's tribesmen, supported by the im
perial garrison numbering about 1200 men,
may be anticipated shortly.
There are two French warships in the
harbor of Mogador and all J the steps
necessary will be taken to protect Euro
peans.
TRIAL OF PETTIBONE
IS AGAIN POSTPONED
By Aasoclated Frees.
BOISE. Idaho. Oct. 26.— Attorneys for
the state and defense in tho case of
George Pettibone, churged with compli
city in the murder of former Governor
Steunenberg, today signed a stipulation
that the trial, which was set for next
Monday, shall be continued until Novem
ber 18.
The reason for the continuance asserted
in the stipulation is the fact that Clar
ence Darrow, chief counsel for Pettibone,
is engaged in defending Steve Adams, on
trial at Rathdrum for the murder of Fred
Tyler. It is also agreed that if tho
Adams tr.al is uot concluded by the date
named there shall be further continuance.
-clon
.verage
.here else
. opportunity
,op to the full
.vpiß of body, of
which stands above
.iind— character,
.een given us from on high
.vlll rightly be expected of us
.1. Into our care the ten talents
been entrusted and we are to be
ji-doned neither if we squander and
waste them, nor yet if we hide them In
a napkin, for they must be fruitful in
our hands. Ever throughout the ages at
all times and among all peoples, pros
perity has baen fraught with danger, and
it behooves us to beseech the Giver of all
tilings, that we may not fall into love
of ease and of luxury; that we may not
lose our sense of moral responsibility;
that we may not forget our duty to God
and to our neighbor.
"A great democracy like ours, a dem
ocracy based upon the principles of or
derly liberty, can be perpetuated only tf
In the heart of the ordinary citizen there
dwells a keen sense of righteousness and
justice may grow ever greater in the
hearts of al> of us, and that our eouls
may be inclined ever more both toward
the virtues that tell for gentleness and
tenderness, for loving kindness and for
bearance one with another, and toward
those no less necessary virtues that make
for manliness and rugged hardihood— for
without these qualities neither nation nor
individual can rise to the level of great
ness.
"Now, therefore, I, Theodore Roosevelt,
president of the United States, do set
apart Thursday, November 28, as a day
for general thanksgiving and prayer, and
on that day I recommend that the people
shall cease from their daily work and in
their homes, or In their churches, meet
devoutly to thank the Almighty for the
many and great blessings they have re
ceived In the past and to pray that they
may be given strength for to so order
their lives as to deserve a continuation
of these blessings in the future."
POLICE ARE CONFIDENT
THEY HAVE TRAIN ROBBERS
Strong Evidence Against Two Men
Arrested on Charge of Holding
Up Great Northern
Limited
Ey Associated Fr«ss.
SPOKANE, "Wash., Oct. 26.— The police
are positive tnat C. McDonald and Ed
Bmith, the two men arrested on the
Great Northern train last night, are the
men who held up and robbed the Great
Northern overland limited at Rondo,
Mont., on the morning of September 12.
Currency to the amount of $14,395 was
found on the men.
All this was wrapped up in packages
of $500 each. Many of the wrappings
were not broken and they bore the in
itials of the tellers of the National Bank
of Chicago. The dates of the wrappers
were September 6, 6 anu 7, just preceding
the day the $40,000 was shipped by the
National Bank of Chicago to the old
National Bank of Spokane.
ACCUSED OF BETRAYING
FRENCH WAR SECRETS
Ensign in Navy and Officer in Army
Suspected of Plotting to Sell
Information to Ger.
many
By Associated Press.
PARIS, Oct. 26.— Ensign Charles B.
Umo of the navy, who was arrested at
Toulon October 24 on the charge of
being a spy, and who confessed to hav
ing abstracted .a secret naval signal
book and the naval cipher code, and
Berton, the army officer who was ar
rested yesterday at the Vendome
charged with negotiating with a. for
pign power for the sale of. military se
crets, were brought to Paris today and
arraigned.
IJllmo confessed everything, declar
ing his object was to raise money.
Berton denied the charge of treason,
but the correspondence seized when hu
was arrested seemed to prove that he
arranged to deliver certain military
documents to an sgent of a foreign
power. The latter is not named but Is
understood to be Germany.
SKELETON AND HAIR OF
DEAD MAN EXHIBITED
SPOKANE, Wash., Oct. 26. — A special
from Rathdrum, Idaho, says the exhibits
In the Btave Adams case were today
turned 'over to J. A. Foster, clerk of
Kootenal county, by Clerk Fairweather
of Shoshone county to be used in the
trial which will be resumed next Tuesday.
In the exhibits turned over are me
skeleton, alleged to be that of Fred Tyler,
the murdered (nan; letters addressed to
him and found in the clothing; also the
clothing, a psck containing some canned
gooda and remains of other edibles; a
picture of Tyler, the hair of the dead
man and a ledger containing a number
of the names that were exhibited at the
former trial at Wallace.
By Aasoclated Press.
Whitlow Held for Murder
By Associated Press.
IOL.A. Kas., Oct. 26.— Samuel Whitlow
was held In $10,000 bail for trial for the
murder of Miss May Sapp. who was cut
to death with a razor in her father's
yard in Moran. Kas., on September L' 7,
and who, Whitlow says, committed sui
cide because of her infatuation for him.
. 'A-.,
,N'S
MUSICAL PLAT, .'. .. V- .{' *
ju,E, 80-PEOPLE-80
JOHNNY
| 40-Show Girls-40 ; JONES
TWO CARLOADS OF SCENERY. THE SAME CAST THAT SUPPORTED OEO. COHAN.
PRICES-11.50. fl, 76c and 60c. ,
rNEXT ATTRACTION
MON., TUES.. WED., NOV. 4, 5, 6— SPECIAL MATINEE WEDNESDAY.
SEAT SALE THURSDAY •
ENGAGEMENT OF THE DISTINGUISHED ACTOR, Mil. 'ir-
WILLIAM
FAVERSHAM
(By arrangement with Charles Frohman). ¦ In the gripping drama, of western life,
"THE SQUAW MAN"
By Edwin Milton Royle.. LIEBLER & CO.. MANAGERS. "*•
NOTE-MAIL ORDERS FILLED IN THE ORDER OF THEIR RECEIPT.
SIMPSON AUDITORIUM •[ \ Man E age BEB EH ™ ' .
- — \ Manager.
SECOND PHILHARMONIC COURSE
FRIDAY IVIGHT, NOV. 1, B|ls O'CLOCK
Maud Powell
i'C 'World's Greatest Woman Vlollnlste. ' (1 .,
c
Single seat Bale opens Monday morning:, Oct. 28, Bartlett Music Co., oppo-
site city hall. Prices 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50 ¦ and $2.00. Students' rates given.
Season tickets still on sale, $6.00, $8.00 and $10.00.
\. " •¦:¦'.' ' ' ¦ _ "
Los Angeles Symphony Orchestra
HARLEY HAMILTON, Director. I* K. BEHYMER, Manager.
* ELEVENTH SEASON— SIX CONCERTS
Opening Friday" c>4fternoon
Nov. 15, at 3 o'Clock
First soloist, OTIE CHEW BECKER, violinist*. 77 men this season— In-
struments — new music. - V ;' v
Season Tickets, Good for Six Concerts, $5.00, $4.00 and $3.00
On sale Monday morning, Oct. 28, at 9 o'clock, at Bartlett Music Co., opposite
city hall. ¦
BFT ASm THTTATFR home op the only high class
&.L.A&IU ItlttfllßK STOCK COMPANY IN THIS CITY.
Lost time tonight of the big laughing hit, "OH THE QUIET."
First Time Tomorrow Night of the
Big Play
The Belasco theater stock company will give a magnificent .production of
"Winston Churchill's famously successful American play,
THE CRISIS
The big Star Spangled Banner Play, full of true blue American patriotism; lots
of delightful humor; strong, stirring scenes and a love story of absorbing
interest. . " .'¦ , ' . .'.
Prires Every night 25c to 7."> p. Matinees Thursday and Saturday, 25c to sOc.
Next Week— Augustus Thomas' new American comedy. "THE OTHER GIRL."
MOROSCO'S BURBANK THEATER : *-°" _ A £ gelM ' LMiD *
* ______^ otoclc House,
Matinee Today — Tonight — All Week — Matinee Saturday
The incomparable Burbank theater stock company in William Gillette's great war play,
HELD BY THE
ENEMY ,
Special engagement of Mace Greenleaf. Every Burbank favorite in the cast. Special Bcenery
and effects.- Regular prices. - . -
Next week's greatest offering, "QUO VADIS.*' Matchless cast. _ Superb
scenic equipment. Seats ready. . ¦ .
Sousa AINU Band
ousa. his jDa.no.
AT <^M^sßtk.
LONG BEACH HI'S
TODAY <m&
JL. v-/ jS JtiL JL
MATINEE 2:30, EVENING 8:00 O'CLOCK
Italians lose lives Broadway Christian Church
WHEN TRAIN OVERTURNS ; {O J, Courl Hou . e) ,
; A;-5 ¦¦¦" W '. i ' B. F. Coulter, J. W. Utter, Ministers r
Washout of Foundation «f Trestle on 010 ,, ng _,„. of ihe grea t revival Sunday.
Cloning services of the great revival Sunday.
Schoodle Railroad Causes Acci. o»tob.r «. a «™£ ™™£ ,b, b gg V ™%.
dent in Which Many Are - •%*£ ™&SS£*
Killed' farewell fellowship meeting and the > "Horn
coming" of former members an! friends. WKL-
COME.
By Associated Press. «»«™™^ — »™»
¦ MILLONOCKET, Mo.. Oct. 2G. -Three I ANNOUNCEMENT NOTICE
and possibly five Italians lost their Hveß ' opening monday .
today and a train consisting ;of an en- OPENING ; MONDAY ><
glne and eleven flat cars loaded with bal- The New Hill Stre* Cafeteria
last' was overturned and submerged by ' ""I™" "I 11 9l!"-9 l !"-' l ;V :M V lel [a
the washing; out of the foundation of a *' a ,*• Hul • .Vnd'Fifth""* " Urth
trestle on the Sehoodie railroad, now ; be- . ,_, „_ &^KED. Proprietors. '
(OLBY & REED, Proprietors,
ing built. „, ¦ I .— . . .-i --x.,, •
r T OS ANGELES THEATER Tbo ji^ Vl£\Sk
* NOnTHWESTEHN THEATRICAL ASSOCIATION, LESSEES * MOHB.
Arthur A. Lotto, Resident Manager.
Commencing This Evening. For On© Week Only
MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY
FRAZEE & WADE'S Original Production — The Musical Cocktail .
with a Menu of Music Direct from a 26 Weeks' Run in Chicago—
f . '..'.. .. ...... ¦ :^ > T^l---
,'./. : - .' . JL 11C
1
i Royal Chef
J I
With W»I. J. MCCARTHY and the following big cast, including
OSCAR RAGLAND " GERTRUDE HUTCHESON '
HEHHEKT CARTER ' DOROTHY RAE
1 M \i\Kl,l\ VOX . . l.illlll.l.i; LAURETTE
- GEO. PORTER SMITH DIXEY 111 I, Mil)
AND THE FAMOUS
BROILERS
60— PEOPLE— 60 80— SONG HITS— BO
A PERFECT PRODUCTION PRESENTED IN PERFECTION.
Next Sunday night, the famous New York success,
•* "THE ROLLICKING- GIRL."
¦ Evening prices — 50c, 75c, $1.00. Matinees," 25c, 50e, 75c. . -'
THE AUDITORIUM ' , ; ..'- En?™. M BERR Y
' . "Theater Beautiful" ' '
THE MILAN GRAND OPERA COMPANY
Tomorrow Night: 4 Thursday Night Saturday Matinee-
Oct. 28 Oct. 31 •:: Nov. 2 • ->.";.
AL cTaI? AR <lM I G N O N
Mme. PADOVANI, Llna BEHTOZZI, Angelo Parola, Adolfo Paclnl, Paolo Wulman. Artldoro
Maucerl. • ¦ •.-"'¦ ¦.^.?¥'tT
Tuesday night, Oct. 20, nnd Friday night, Nov. 1
GRAND DOUBLE BILL ,
,Cavalleria Rusticana and Pagliacci
Chev. Blgnorlnl, Maria Oonzales. Lina Bertozzl, Big. Bolestrl, Giuseppe Pimozzoni, Artolfo
Paclnl. . ¦*•' ¦
Wednesday night, Oct. 30, and Saturday night, Nor. 3
FAUST ,'
Ollnto LOMBARDI a» MEFISTOFELE: Enter Ferrablnl. Angelo Parolo, Alessandra Arcan- '
¦\Veek of Moiidnj. Nov. 4, LA TOSCA, OTHELLO and BARBER DE SEVILLE.
Seats now on sale. Prices 60c. »1, $1.50, $2. phones 3367; Main 5786. PO3ITIVELY the only, .
grand opera company to visit the Pacific coast 'his season.
Q RPHEUM THEATER , §55," phS^SS?!* and Th ' r *
Advanced Vaudeville Commencing Tomorrow Evening
Madame Bortholdl's trained Cockatoos— Harry Ladell A Ro»a Crouch— Chun.
1 Charlene and Lily Cbßrlene— Teddy Trio— Hawaiian Quintet— Lea • Au-
bin-Leonel Murphy & Francis — Orpheum Motion Pictures— Bros. -
" Matinees Dally Except Monday.
¦«-» a xt-tv r\-DTfD A 14T»TT<S15* Main at.,' bet. First and Second.
GRAND OPERA HOUt>il« Maln 1967-Phones-Hom. A 5137,
The Family Theater i ' ." f'i :^
COMMENCING TODAY'S MATINEE
Frank G. King presents tho magnetic little actress,
CHIC PERKINS In the Newest Western ; Plau
The Little Prospectors
. A typical story of mining life In the west. /¦ ~ -
An admirably balanced company. Original scenic effects.
Magnificently staged and presented.
Matinees Sunday. Tuesday, Saturday, 100 and 26c. Evenings, inc. Me. 36c and 50c •
FISCHER'S THEATER First street, Spring and Main. :
TMSLHIiiK o 1 tlr**\ i. &**¦ week commencing oct. m.
Fischer's All-Star Musical Comedy Company In Harris and Wlppern's
MONEY MAD
T atMt In son« hit* dances and jokes. Vaudeville »nd motion pictures. Shows nightly at 3
and 9-30 Matinees Monday and daily except Friday. Ladles' souvenir matinee Thursday.
Prices 10c and 20c. - Reserved seals 2Sc. ¦'•.¦¦ :
J7ASE BALI^-Chutes Park pacific coast lbao.uk. ;
San Francisco vs. Angel City
Every Day This Week, Beginning Tuesday, October 22. N
i~. m . ¦¦nllrd 2:30 p. m. LADIES' DAY, THURSDAY j' children's day, Saturday.
Two games for one admission Sunday. Oct. 27. First game called at 1:30 p. m.
P T -, / -. T-,TT -,T TJ»»CS TT-ITT 1 ATTTTJ AL - a FLOURNOT. Manager. I
EOPLE o lriH,i\lrjiz Maln , treet betwien Flfth and slxth .
— Great vaudeville headed by BUDD ROSS & CO. and JAMES LEE'S COMEDT
COMPANY in roaring farce comedies. The greatest show In town. Evenings. 8 and"
9 30 The only theater In city giving matinees dally at 2:45. Big double bill on society night, g
every Friday. Popular prices. 10c. 20c and 250. ¦ „ .
E«»pTT3TS» THEATER Third street, between Main and Los Angelea,
~ The El-Dtd trio, sensational bicyclists, will be the headllner at the Empire theatet
week beginning Tuesday, Oct. 18. Redwood and Harvey, European musical act; Mor- :
rissey and Rich, comedy entertainers: Rozella, the Iron Jawed man; Laura Banks In Illus-
trated songs. '" New moving pictures and the Empire stock company In on« of Al. Frank's — .
productions entitled "Tho Doctor's Troubles," will complete the bill. ~-
VCXTTr«T3» r\tf AIUTK'TJTr'A -.'-'/ ' Finest beach resort In the x , "..'¦¦••
fc,NIl& Vb AMH.KH/A worla and ths itfnt.
Dancing every evening. Villas and bungalows from 110 to $25 per month. Including
light, water and washing. Windward hotel open all the time. Hot and cold salt wat«i
baths. •¦• ' ¦ "¦'-¦' -''.'-•¦:" , ;,^
|Q| The Mt. Lowe
and Its Hotel
TO STAY A FEW DAYS OR A WEEK AT YE
ALPINE TAVERN IS- A DELIGHT,
TO MAKE THE TRIP UP MOUNT LOWE IS A
. NEVER-TO-BE-FORGOTTEN DELIGHT
Round Trip Sunday $2.00
Through Cars at 6, 9, 10 A. M., and 1:30 and 4 P. M.
The Pacific Electric Railway
CAWSTON OSTRICH FARM— jJt:, ¦' fa£)
LARGEST IN CALIFORNIA-ESTABLISHED 1886. WWR |ißj»V***\^^Wr
P Over 100 Gigantic SEMI-TROPICAL FLOWERS AND * TREES.
CTi WBIR BEAUTIFTTr, PARKS OF SEMI-TROPICAL FLOWERS AND TREES.
SgBBBB&RSa , st* EXCURSION TICKETS include , admission, CAN «be pur. :
«HjjOT|NgOT CHASED AT THE P. B. TICKET OFFICE AND AT OUR ; CITY STORE,
RtfiS' 'Sl§W»» r 224 West Third street, Bradbury block. : Talcs Pasadena > cars ; marked
f**v "Cawaton Ostrich Farm." ¦ „* .¦
LOS ANGELES OSTRICH FARM ;; A RR K KB ~ _jtß^ ¦
Take any city line. 260 round trip, including admission. Tickets ' : for -. <sacS 9am
sale ;it our •
. CITY SALESROOM 324 SOUTH BROADWAY jßf
BIMINI HOT SPRINQS I BATH AND PLUNGE ';
Special attractions Friday evening. Ulsra "¦ diving ' and "swimming
¦ races. Take car >on Broadway to ¦ door „'¦'—.-:.
¦- " - "
Phntrt Fjrilc.liiriyi'a o^ Photos made anywhere. ' : Architectural work, copying. «n-
rnOIO riDlSnind VO. l"*ln«l "* ln «- KODAK FINISHING, first cl. M work, -«a S on»bl«
¦ ¦w»v . MiiuiMiiy vws ; prlce , li 3 a , Broadway opposite' Herald. Phona AS»I. ¦

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