THE MACON DAILY TELEGRAPH: SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 10, 1908
Than today to buy your Boy's Suit.
No better place to buy it than at this store—
where you can make yourself comfortable, and
take time to select your suit intelligently and
Today we may have just what you want for
Torartow we may not.
Bring Him Today
'See the Combination Suits
Two pairs of Trousers to the Suit.
Kouy Talk*." Hit* you got
«z»y money talking for yon. or
are you on* of thn unfortunate*
that baa thrown away every cent
you av«r made and now go**
around saying: "I had and
mad* plenty, but lost It!" That's
a sad tala, that doesn't create
any other impression on your
listener hut contempt for your
week spirit, for #v*r>'ons knows
you didn't tosa it—but simply
Q*t wtsa to tba cal*, of the fu*
tors and uava your money. No
matter how much you make;
save part of It—a man can save
—ore you going to do ooT
We pay a Targe Interest to
wise savers--• per cont, oom-
poundad twlca a year.
1 Safest for Savings *'
Goo. A. Smith, Prcsidont.
ONE SOLID WEEK
Beginning Monday. Octobar 12th.
atlnaea Tuesday. Thursday and Sat
Monday Night—“Fra DlavoAo.**
Tuesday Mattnas—“Fra Dlavolo.*
Wednesday Night—“The Mikado."
Night, 25o* 35o and I
Setts now on sals at tha Grand.
ter whrflitr thay like It or not. Ha
closed his speech with a fever* ar
raignment of tha president for, as ho
charged, interfering In a fair fight be
tween himself and hti
Vsda and Quintarouw,
In Comedy, Singing and Talking, with
Qaumonfa Motion Plotures,
All Comedy Today.
First matinee today at t:IO p. m.
tween himself and his republican op
ponent. Mr. Roosevelt, he said, hns
had seven years, and now n* «* trying
In this city tonight th« Mgg**t day of
a, wm.. *
~ orte* h>
— _nd eeoort
bearing torch** end with l*dy outrider*
flanking hi* automobile, the earntuiatn
passed ttwnugh a lane of red fir* the en
tire length of tha rout* to City Park
Th* great crowd fall Into Ha* behind
th* ^ar*d*r* and ok**r*d loudly and with
•W. B3&. ^ Kh her, wm ,l,tig th,
ItfiM of hi, .,rl»u> Utrww In imn.li>
thronfhout Ui. Or H, ratlrwl to Iho
«o, Ihw tinmollUM, oft.r th, <m».
rluotnn nt hi. r.m.rk. tin.t.r th, tllr-r.
tlon of th, Ml—mill il.mner.tlo atnto corn.
nilllM, Mr. ttryon will tii.k. Tito Itnt
- tow of th, rompolln iif Mtaaouil tnmnr.
row. tl, oil !,«»« h,ro at 7 o'eiook and
I, An, in tit. joooph tt 7 n'olook la Hi.
Mod, Fourteen Spwohu.
tJtnjfOT, IU., Oct. •—Front! from
hto oonfoconcM In Chico»o with hun-
itrwU of bnilnooo own whom ho olao
pportalhf aAllroonoA. Wm. J. ttryon to.
Aar troroltn, for twolvo hour, thnuixh
Uio atnto of nUnolo tort making mm-
mnm otopo. hold him,elf up oa "tha
nAronoo amt of praaprrtly-
Tha panic of lut fall wan kit prin
cipal tltamn and from party niornlnc
untu kta In,I anwd wo, uttorcA to.
a t. ka tuuamand away at th, ro
wan chart. that hi, .lection meant,
Mto daonaalon and fnlluroa. Ho
quoted rtatlittrn ahowlnp th, numhrr
af failuia. In tha aloa month, Ia huts
axtaadad thoaa fnr a cormpondlnt
luiriod tn 1*01 and tatd parttealar «m-
phaata on tha faat that tha panlr or
toot waa unArr a tapubllcnn admlnl,-
tratten. Attantlaa waa railed to a
atatamant rorantty appoarlna In n Chi.
caa« muhltoaa pap,, that lS.OOOrhll-
dran waat to ariionl hungry .very
momtat. A Armorratic victory ihta
year ho aMartad. fumi,h,d the one,
ooly hop, of a aura for tha hard tlmaa
from whl.h ha oald th, peocl,
aufrarina and for a rattoration of proa.
th* Bret lime he referred to Mr
Idongsmwth'* alleged statement at Mo*
line. nt. that Mr. Taft should be
elected and bold office fnr eight year*,
and then he succeeded tpr hie father-
in-law. TTesideot Roosevelt.
“He shall net be permitted to nom
inate and elect hta surras*\r." h* ve
hemently declared, -with th* proapsvt
ee announced by hta own eon In law
of then dictating for eight yearn mors
It la time that the power of the people
shell be used by the people "
Kaermoua crowd* gweted him every,
where end enthu*ta*ttc«Uv -heered
him. With the speech Mhwtd here
tonight he had spoken fourteen time*
The feature of his addreee betr wa*
hta dental of the statement printed In
a wee tern newspaper that be had writ,
tea editorials aad made speeches
Against the granting of psaMuoa to old
soldiers. In his audience ware a num
ber of voterans from th© tfoldtera'
Accompanying the democratic can
didate through the state today was n
largo delegation from tho democrat to
stale committee and former Gov, Da
vld R. Francis, of Missouri.
MAKES HOMELY WOMEN PRETTYr
No woman no matter how regular
her features may be can be called pret
ty If her complexion Is bad. Orlno
Laxative Fruit Hynip aids digestion
and clears sallow blotched complexions
by stimulating the liver and bowela.
Orlno laxative Fruit Syrup does not
nauseate or gripe and Is mild and
pleasant to take. Remember the name
OR1NO and refuse to accept any aub
atltute. II. J. Lamar A Co., near
Fourth National Dank, agents.
As to a Felder to be 8ent Out by the
Chamber of Commerce.
Mr. Z. ®. Jhy. secretary of theMa
con Chamber of Commerce, has recent
ly received a large number of re
quests from people all over the United
Btatoe for a booklet, or folder, giving
a description of the rcsouroes and ad
vantages of Macon as a commercial and
Secretary Jay says a booklet, or even
a small folder gotten up along these
lltivs would b« of material advantage,
and Is sure to be a good advertisement
for Maeon. as already evinced by tho
numerous inquiries and requests be
The Chamber of Commerce hss this
matter under consideration, but has not
fully decided what kind of literature
regnntlng the city, her advantages,
resources, etc., would be most advan
tageous for this purpose, and give
the beet results.
Any one Interested will confer a fa
vor on the secretary end members of
the Chamfer of Commerce by submit
Doctor* Bald He Would Not Live.
Peter Fry. Woodruff. Pa., writes
“After d<vtorlng for two years with
the host physician* | n Wn\mabur*.
and still getting worse, the doctors
advise* me If I had any business to
attend to 1 had better attend to It at
oacA os 1 could not possibly live an
other month as there was no cure for
me. IVUey's Kidney Cure was recom
mended to m* by a friend and I Im
mediately sent my son to the store for
It. amt sftrr taking three bottles I be
gan to get better and continued to
improve until l was enttrelr well- H.
J. Lamar g Co* pear Fourth National
SEVENTEEN DAYS REMAIN BEFORE
THE STATE FAIR OPENS IN MACON
LIST OF SPECIAL DISPLAYS DECIDED
UPON—BIG ORIENTAL THEATER
BOOKED-FAIR IS WELL ADVER
Opening day. Tuesday. Oct 17.
Military Day. Wednesday, Oct. Si.
Circus Day. Friday. Oct. to.
Football Day. Saturday. Oct. St.
College tmy.' Monday. Nov. 2.
Secret Order Day. Tuesday. Nov. i.
Brown, Smith and Jones Dry,
day. Nov. t
Labor Day, Tkurrdsy, Nov. 5 (prob
Macon Day, Ki.dsy, Nov. t (probably)
Negro Day, Saturday, Nov. 7.
day *11 merchants
at I o'clock to allow their employes ful.
opportunity of taking in all the slants
and exhibits of the biggest fair th* state
will bev* ev*r known, fhls will not only
mean much for ah* Fair Associating In
the way of attendance, but will l>s a
holiday highly appreciated by the Harks
and salesmen of th* rltj
Capt. W. H. Ifloan Is c
workers of the racing e
r**l trouble* commence with the opening
of the fsilr). ;ind he la giving great as
sistance »<» Chairman Jam** lllcka. Capt.
Rloan hns a large acquaintance among
horsemen and is a great lover of th-
thoroughbred and blue-blooded horses.
Effort 1* being made to secure the fa
mous "101 Ranch” for the eloslnp *““*
of the fair. This big wild t
* It is bel
' In Atlanta, and 1
__ tllsvsd that
.. be brought her*. It Is said to be
the best show of Its kind In ths world.
Ont of ths best midway attractions yst
■•cured waa booked yesterday for Happy
street. This Is an Oriental theater. Just
Uk« the rssl thing
bordering on ths : - VlK
fifty members in ths company, all high
easts foreigners. Aocoraf ““
: m Mf
. _ will be four
different kinds. Thsss shews
peeled to be smong ths best
midway, ss they hav* appeared with
suoces* at al| of th* aorthern fairs. Th*
eoatracta war* closed yesterday.
Advertising Manager Frank Powers
»s that over three hundred towns Ir
gia have been visited by the bill
poatlng brigade, ord In each of them the
Moron Oeorgla Fair (October 17 to No
vember 7 Inclusive), has ben well adver
tised. Banners, lithographs, and circular*
i,- r m
night, "and ( have never known the fair
r ound* to look a* wall a* they do now.
did not dream that such a transfor
mation could be made. Why, Central City
Park la now the prettleat park In the
‘ the fair Is Tn
country, and when *
It will be a wonderland.
Agent* for midway attmotlons that
were In tha city yesterday were also
loud In their praise of the beauties, mer-
* vantages of Central City Park,
and all declared that no bet-
Its and advantages of Central City
They on* and all declared that nc
ter fair grounds had aver com* to th*lr
Those Who like to whirl about at dls<
sy heights may natronlss an unusually
largn Kerris wheel that has been secured
for the fair. This wheel I* fifty feet
In diameter, and It one of the largest
ever brought *outh. There wm. of course,
Reparate buildings will bs provided for
the poultry and dog shows, although both
or* conducted under one management.
Manager Huff Is
for tha many oat
hlbttad. . Both "1
now arranging quarters
.jln*s that are to bo ex-
benches'' aad cages will
. < Judges will probably bs Mr.
dant Ben L. Jones, who is working
mth day and night, for tbs suc-
enterprlse which be heads.
lt**lf. "It will b* th* big
gest and greatest fair this stats h*«
ever known, and when It Is over we wll‘
have well won the rightful claim to th»
title of 'the only atate fair.'" President
Jonc* declares that th* varlou* commit
tees are composed of the roost entliusl-
aatto mei) he has ever known. "They
ore working Ilk* they receive big aala-
rle*." he says, "and they — —*
ting a thing but thanks."
Hero is whero you can save
monoy. Lumber Mill Blocks
are worth $1.25 now. Just try
Rcdmond-Mosseo Fuel Co,
Phones 100 and 223.
THAT FILE 0’ TRASH
IN THIRD STREET PARK
IS NOW OBINQ MOVED AND WILL
BE SOLD ON OCT. 14.
While the peorl# on Mulberry street
ara In gloom over tha failure to secure
a transfer station, th* peopl* - -
street, right around
tostacies. The cause
tho corner, arc In
of their jubilation
s unsightly pile of
haa remained Tn ths par £ so tong!
It was thought that It might bo sev-
> In the I
United States court of Florida.
■ I comes the order that at 10
a'clock on tha moralng ct October 11. all
. old material wm _—
heat bidder at public outcry.
the subject of so much legislation In the
council, and the bone on which thoi
Chief Of police gnawed without satlsfac-l
tlon for so long. The order will make
glad tha haart of Alderman Brunner,
who has tried by all honorable means
to get It removed without Incurring the
dlspicas.ua of the United States courts
of Florida. People who bellev* In the
city beautiful ware discouraged b v it*
remaining^ thw^ and all Macon wished
Th* merchants at th* lower er.d of Mult,
berry will now taka heart aaid be ml
epurmged. They war* of tie apfnkml
Deaths and Funerals
The funeral oesrvic* g of Lieutenant
Le** W. Grace look place yesterday
afternoon at 1:89 o'clock from the res
idence. ,794 Plum street, Rev. T. W.
The pallbearers were: Chief O. 6
Westcott and Officer* M. J. Thomp
son. J. R. Knight. W. E. Hamlin. Hen
ry Fmallwood and J. E. Stewart.
There was gloom at the city hall
yesterday. For many years the famil
iar facq and form of the dead officer
w«ra seen there dally, always with a
kind word for the brother officers, al
ways ready to do a kindly act for one.
and never by word or deed showing
any favoritism among the men of 'ala
rellof. To him the selection of the
men for those positions that were eas
ier than others, In the weekly or oc
casional changes of the men, was a
difficult and sometimes painful one. ro
eager was he to not faror one man
more than another. All were treated
alike as far as It was possible for It
to be done. To the younger men of
the force he was especially kind and
considerate, overlooking the faults of
the beginner*, and when It was neces
sary to warn or admonish no father
nearly the entire force, and Mayor
Miller and Alderman Wheeler. The
flora! tribute from, the police fore*
was a beautiful one, hut the loveliest
flowers were only feeble token* of th*
love they bor* him.
In itonor of his memory no session
of the Recorder's Court was held, and
In adjourning the court Recorder Ur-
quhart paid a beautiful and tender
tribute to the dead officer. t
Llewellyn, the little S year old daugh
ter of Mr. and Mr*. RE.
it the f
- -. . Jaugh-
family home at Dunbar,
after an Ibnesa or omy a rew nours. Tn*
funeral will be held this afternoon at 2
o'clock at Liberty Chapel Church.
Little TJewellyn waa the granddaugh
ter of Mr. A. H. Stephens, and the
great granddaughter of the late M. R
Rogers. She waa a bright and winsome
child. Idolised by her parents, and her
sudden death casts a gloom over tho
Million of Peopls
In the United States wake up every
morning of their lives with a bad taste
In their mouth*, no appetite, heavy
eyed and feeling as If they hadn’t slept
all night. Constipation Is responsible,
an NR tablet (Nature’* Remedy) taken
at night will stimulate the liver with
out breaking your sleep and In the
morning you wl’l feel a hundred per
cent better. Better than pills for liv
er Ilia. Cures constipation, kidney
trouble and rheumatism. Best for old
folks because' It doe* not drag down,
but builds up the entire system. Get
a 25c box from King A Ollphant
Supper Party for Visitors.
Mr. A. T. Holt entertained Friday even
ing a congenial supper party in honor
of Mrs. Henry Battey. of Rome, the guest
of Mrs. Adrian Thomas, and Mrs. L. W.
Carow, of Tampa, Flo., who Is visiting
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Williams.
The party Included Mrs. Battey, Mrs.
Caraw. Miss Ida Holt. Miss Martha Ross,
Mr. William Holt, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Stuart and Mr. A. T. Holt.
Stsq Supper for Mr. Alexander Logan,
of New York.
At hie homo on Vlnevllle avenue. Mr.
E. Nat Lewis entertained a delightful
stag supper party on Friday evening. ‘
honor of Mr. Alexander Logan, of N<
York, who Is In th* city to attend the
The parlor, where the guests—a dnsen
friend* of Mr. Ix>gnn—were cordially
welcomed by Mr. and Mm. I<ewls, wa*
decorated with vases of cut flowers and
palms, apd.ln the.dining room a yellow
and white motif was carried out.
The table, laid with snowy satin dam
ask, had a beautiful centerpiece of Mal
les* lace, and resting on this a tall
branching silver candelabra held white
lighted candles capped with yellow silk
•hades. On either sld# of this were big
cut glass bowls overflowing with golden-
hearted Marechai Nell roses, and at each
end of th* table ’ —'
with white tapei_ _
other. The table, where covers were laid
for twelve, was beautiful, sparkling with
cut gloss, sliver and exquisite chin*, and
an elegant menu of nlns courses
Th* congenial party hsd a delightful
evening, the rare pleasure of Mr. Logan’r
presence smong them being thoroughl;
enjoyed by his friends. „ __
The party Included Mr. T/>gan. Hon
John F. Callaway, of Leesburg. Oa.: Mr.
Cullen G. Battle. Mr. Walter D. Tnmar,
Mr. ltrosdus K. Willingham. Mr. Wm. C.
Redding. Mr. Richard Findlay, Mr. W. C.
Anderson, Mr. Harry Kendall. Mr. N. E.
Wlnshlp, Mr. I.ouls Burxhnrd, Mr. Eu-
P. stetson. Mr. Guyton Park and
R Nat Lewis.
FLORIDA VS MERCER
COACH BLAKE BELIEVEB THAT
HI8 TEAM WILL WIN—SEVERAL
CHANGE8 IN THE LINE-UP.
trai iCty park this afternoon will be
gin promptly at 3 o'clock.
Comfortable seats along the slie
lines have been arranged, and all who
attend will be able to see ever^ play
The Florida eleven Is said to be
stronger this year then It waa last
season, when it held Mercer to a close
score. The coach la Forsyth, the fa
mous Clemson player, and he la said
to have moulded a strong aggrega
Coach Frank Blake believes that the
Mercer teatn will give such a good ac-
count of Itself today as to cause both
Tech and Georgia to worry about their
laurels. There was no scrimmage
practice yesterday, owing to the weath
er. but th*. boys are in fine trim and
anxious for the fray.
Th* line-up will probably be as fol
Jameson, quarter; Mallary, left half;
Blnlon, right half. Farmer, full back;
Poole, right tackle: Gillespie, left tack
le; Dunaway, right guard; Jordon, left
guard; Scoggins, center; Griffith, right
end; Baird or Bell, left end.
AND CITY TAXES
VALDOSTA. Ga., Oct 9—The city
council Is to begin a movement for
sidewalk paving In this city just as
soon as possible. The street com*
mission was authorised at the meet
ing yesterday to look Into the cost of
a'plant for making artificial stone and
tiling of cement and sand. It Is
thought that this will be used as on
experiment on some of the street*.
There is also a disposition to use the
cement of the government formula,
though most of the councilman arc In
clined to the use of the tile.
Tho council fixed the tax at II on the
1100, which Includes the thirty cents
voted some time ago for school pur
poses. The tax returns this year show
an increase of 8381,538 for the city,
running the entire valuation to al
most four million dollars.
The city Is badly in debt, though
the present administration has man
aged to live within the budget, which
Is a debt-payer, and some'permanent
Improvements have been don* besides.
Mr. J. tB. Yarn had his thumb
broken last night and the ligaments
torn to pieces by a collision with a
negro who was running from a police
man. The negro bad stolen a bunch
of bananas and an officer was after
him. A number of partle* Joined the
chase and Mr. Martin ran out to head
the fugitive. The negro dashed Into
him nt full speed, carrying a shoe-
shine box In his hand. Tho box prob
ably struck Mr. Martin's thumb, driv
ing It back against his wrist and
breaking It badly. The limb was dress
ed. but Mr. Martin has suffered much
from the Injury.
DETAIL GAME AT '
GAMES GALLED 2 O’CLOCK
rOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION
For Brld*-to-Be Is Aftsrnoen Party
Miss Opal Elder's party this afternoon
*“ * a "LlnVn 8how*r." In honor of
“ " harming
Is to be
Miss lima Mitchell.
October brides, whose marring* Is to b«
a pretty event of Wednesday, October II.
In honor of Mies 1
bride of this month. Mrs. A. —. ..
will entertain at a "Linen Shower"
Mondav afternoon from 4 to 8 o'clock,
Tho party will he given at the ho*tes*'
home, 117 Foreyth Tei?» p *. * n<1 the
guests will Include quite a number of
the girl friends of th# hrlds-to-b*.
Mrs. J. R. Harwell Entertains Vlnsvlll*
Mrs. John It. Harwell wa* bostes* on
Thursday afternoon at the first meeting
The lower floor of Mrs Harwell's pret
ty home on Vlnevllle avenue, was deco-
mted with beautiful rose* and the rooms
• transfer station Is one of the lm-
possibilities, hut th* removal of U*>
old pile mokes them feet better.
JESSE HART PURCHASES
LOT ON SECOND STREET
Buys House end Lot Owned by M.
O'Hara—Divert* Petition Filed
A nlnr-room. two-atory house at 710
Second at rest, together with the lot
upon which It Is located* was yesterday
purchased by Mr. Jcsso H. Hart, for
the co&eJderatlott of 14,909. This prop
erty wag hmoeriy owned by Mr. M.
O' liars ■ The transfer of title has been
Thera were also filed In the clerk'*
office yesterday paper* tn th* divorce
suit instituted by Pophronta Demon
against Joseph B. Denton. The plain
tiff alleges that she eras cruelly treat
ed by h«r husband, and that she was
driven from his home, after less than
a year of married Ufa*
, ward delicious refreshments was served.
•J A very congenial rorty of ladles consti
tutes the membership of .this club, and
thrv arc anticipating many pleasant
meetings this winter.
MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE.
Mies Alice Newton, of Foreyth. fa via-
Itlnv friends In the city.
Mies Afina Smith 1* being welcomed
homo after spending the summer at Mon-
telth. N C. . • . .
Mrs. Charles Akfrmsn has her cousin.
Mies Snyder, of South Carolina, aa her
U MrV licit Callaway haa returned home
aftei’ a' pleasant two weeks’ stay
North Georgia. . _
Mr Bud Mrs. Jack Cutler are among
Macon people who went up to_Atlanta
people who went up
Ifer the horse show this week. They are
guest* of her mother. Mm Emma Belt
r*r. and Mrs. William J. Little nave
cammed home after a delightful trip to
charmingly entertained bv friend*
Violets whom thrv vlsltr
Mm. Frank risvant end
leave for Griffin today f ^
after rornding «ome time In Macon with
— .— - •*— Griffin
< tn At-
Mro' Frank nsvant and little daughter
Mr*. Joeeph Timber!she. From
Mrs Havant goes on to her home
Mm T. H. Hrndemon leave* today at
11 o'clock for Fur.nulo. Ale., to visit her
ristee. Mn, Nathan Rray. for some
time, and will later vtslt her daughter.
Mr*. William IWyna. In Montgomery.
The many friend* of Mrs Headerson re-
JESSE B. HART
Personal Attention Given Ail
Office Phone 467 :<
Besidr-oe Phone 760
S. C. Purat.y. Limlr CLy.
PURSLEY * OLAY,
Always open. 611 and 613 Mulberry tt.
Oldest exclusive undertaking house In
Macon. Phon* 429. Prepan-
telegraph or telephone order
ders on short
Clark** fifeventh An*
AfianJ* nual Cruise.
\J || P/f I February 4th, w,
VI,V,U 71 days, by spe
cially chartered steamer, 8. 8. “Amble/'
4 mos. round ths world, Oct It, ’09. F.
C. CLARK, Times Bldg., N. Y.
Mr. A. M. Boet. of the W. A. Doody
Co., begs to Inform hta' friends and the
public generally that h* will heraafter
be found In the ladles’ ^ready-to-wear
department where he wifi ht all times be
.The Prison Commission Invites offers
for large tracts of land. The Prison Com
mission of Georgia Invited offers for the
lease, with option to purchase, of tract*
of land In different sections of the state;
two to five thousand acre* tn on* body.
Describe quality of land, timber, water
and railroad faculties, and state terms
of lease for five years, and price If pur
THE PRISON COMMISSION OF GA.,
• Atlanta. Go.
The word sounds good, doesn’t it?. Just try a
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As Manufacturers of
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Fe desire to call particular atten tlon to the High Grade Engines we are
turning out and to say that we guarantee without hesitation that there
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workmanship being first class, and a substantially put up engine,
adapts It particularly to work requiring hard service. Wo are fur
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It being used largely In saw mill, planing mill, oil mill, cotton mill, and
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and do so today.
, ADDRESS i
Schofield’s Iron Works
SUPPLY & MFG. CO
Machinery, Electric and Combination Fixtures
WIRING MILL WORKS A SPECIALTY
171 Cotton Avenue—Phone 212. *'
THE BIBB COUNTY HUMANE SOCIE
This society will prosecute cases of
ever-leading, wounding, starring, or driv
ing unfit animals, and other cases of cru
elty to antmals, reported to tt.
HUQH V. WASHINGTON’, Preet
The best instruction is the
Broadway, 36th and 37th Sts., Herald Square, New York
Mo«t Centrally Located Hold on
Broadway. Only ten minutes walk
to 25 leading theatres. Completely
renovated and transformed in every
department Up-to-date in all re
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Four Beautiful Dining Rooms
with Capacity of 1200.
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