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THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1912.
Sets a Standard
BY SYLVESTER BAWLING.
MUSICAL. history waa made nt the
Metropolitan Opera House on
Saturday afternoon by a prr
Cerearaa of "tVieftsr1:eTTimeruns" that
Cllpses memory The crowded home
ooJnWdua of It. When the last cur
talr. fell Ml the torrent of applauss
N tilled, the audience dispersed with
at the usual chatter, ao impressed it waa
sry the pokrnanoy of the presentation of
(he tragedy. Olive Frcmstail as Brunn
Mlde irai Inspired. Rhe seemed to he a
real, living embodiment of Wntm'i
(Brcrtie daughter. Every varying phase
sf amotion fhe expressed eloquently. In
Voice, In faclsl ISprSBBlon, In bollly pre
Mntment, she wan Ideal. There are and
there have been ether worthy Imperson
ators of Brunnhilde, hut the portrait of
bar that Mme Fromstad presented on
Saturday will remain to be n. tradition.
In this all-round, tine exposition of the
Twilight of the Clods." Putnam Oris
WOld'S Hasten muH not f nil to be no
ticed. Like Mme. Frcmstad'a Hrunn
kllde, his Is a well thouKht out charac
ter, sketch. Ills voice and declamation
were ndtnlrahlc. his poses and action
InopmpsraMy good. Carl Iturrlan, I"
better voice than we have ever heard
him, was a satisfying Siegfried. IOitte
Horii'r. m Wultraiibo, Rave of her beat,
tanging beautifully. Hermann Well's
tfunllier n'ul H!ta Kornla'a (iutrnnekept
pace trim the l.'arh level of excellence.
Tao Rhine malden:i, Louise. Homer, Hella
ti and Lenor Fparkes, were rharm
Injr, Otto Oorlta made much of the small
pari of the elnlst. - Albrrlch.
As for Alfred llrtz, who cond'icted.
IfTti.lv he doubted whether the orches
tral sore, was aver better cxplolte-1. He
has grown steadily In artist!.- sts,tiire
titl1 he Tanks with the beet of the
"Wagnerian conductors. In popularity
with his audiences he Is scond only to
Anton fSf 1rt. The chorus In the second
aat was never 'tetter 1M volcn or In ac
tion, .thanks to lilnllo fcttl and Hans
seiner, thn choTUI masters, ami
tits etaii' management wns excellent
JOHN M'CORM ACK
" WITH THE PHILHARMONIC.
)dha McConnack, the Irish lenor, waa
soldi: with the Phllherenonle Society
at the concert In Carnegie Hall yester
day afternoon. The big subscription
I was supplemented by his own large per
I onal following, so that the house was
crowded. Mr. MoCormack first sang H.
Colerlilge - Taylor's "Onaway, Awake.
Beloved" with the orchestra Hla rotes
proved just as sweet as ever and much
more powerful. Hla diction woe el
mlrable. There waa no need to read the
programme to follow him. Mr. Ptranek
took the pace a hit alow. Lata-, to the!
llano accompaniment of Spencer Clay,
Mr. McCormack sang three ballads. He
was heartily applauded and added two
more to the list before he was permitted
Mr. strmekv's orchestral numbers
were Henry Hadley'a overture, "In Bo-1
Tccmrg." flrleg's "Pee- flynl suite, jno
1. and Vllller Rtanford'a ' Irish" eym-
Played TachetVowsVy"a concerto wirh
consummate skM and a group of smetlur
.mripoattkrn to a piano sveroirrpajilment,
rearondlnel generously to encorea. These
included "fluwanee River," which
arouseo a furor of applause.
From the opera company Rlceardo
Martin and Mm Rappok! sans arias
and TJngllgh exmca. Mr. Fotaooo conducted.
ZIMBALIST AT FIRST
The first of the Sunday night onnewts
at the Metropolitan opera House Hat
alght filled the huge auditorium with
ntbuMaltttl music lovers. The especial
attraction was amhaUet, the Russian
violinist, cf wlmm the demonstrative
a 1.1 en re could not get enough. Ha
EDMOND CLEMENT CINQS
AT THE SYMPHONY CONCERT.
Walter Damposcb devoted the second
part of the programme of the tfyniphony
fioclety at Aeolian Hall yesterday after
noon to the memory of Jules Massenet.
His soloist was Ilmond Clement the
distinguished French tenor, who sang
''The Dream of dei Orients" from "Sta-
non" anc "oeslon's Seng" from
1 "Werther" ao charmingly that he was
Contballtd to repeal them. Alexander
i Paslnvsky, the new concert master,
I flafted. well the "Meditation" from
' Thais " Mozart's third symphony waa
the opening number. The audience waa
large and distinguished.
Cornelia ' RWIer-Poisjart, assisted hv
the Volpe "ymphony Orofteerlra. at fhe
Republic Theatre yeeterday afternoon,
played for the (lrst time In America a
piano concerto, op. SO, by Hugo Kaun.
The composition Is rather sorn'ore. not
to aay dirll. and Mme. Poesert's some
what academic pJaytng did not serve to
lighten R. There were enatotias of po
etic beauty In the second movement.
The Adele Manrullea Trio gave Its
first concert of the season at Aeoltnn
Hall on Saturday evening before a large
and Inter el ed audlenca The pro
gramme comprised Tier thoven'e trio 1n
I flat major, Halut-flaens's sonata In I
minor for piano and violin, and
Dvorak's quartet In E flat major, op.
97, In which the trio was assisted by
Joseph K ovartii Miss Margulles at the
plnno and Miss- IyeopeUd Idchtenlienr,
violinist, and ieo flchultz, 'cellist,
(harmed, as usaiat, try their playing.
Laura Graves, a mezzo-soprano who
has been singing In JOnglaml, gave a re
cital at Aeolian Hall cm Saturday after
noon at which she aang German,
French and Fngllsh songs with some
charm of voice, hut with a disconcert
ing variety of method and style
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POLICY IN MERCHANT TAILORING
colds and hoarse
ness. Clear and
soothe the nose,
throat and head.
given Quirk ReHef
Tea's nr.$ s Hiuitfrea Viet"
Sir Henri Shoes for Women, tS and 3.50
SiXTti AVE. 19? TO W 'STREET.
IN NEW YORK'S SHOPPING CENTER I
The Mid-Day Cabaret
. Nth Floor. Ill r 12.1.-. to $lM V. M.
MISS CORBETT AND STANLEY WARNER
Crlehrated laherrt Mnsera.
Famous Hawaiian Orchtttra Victor Sorlin i Orcheilra
With Their Native Music sod MLI.E. CANTARELLl,
Melodies. Operattn Selestlons.
Tuesday's Specials in
which we secured
from the largest exclusive St.
Louis pinno store, at less
than half wholesale price, un
account of slight usage in
THEN FAY AS LOW AS $1.00 a Week
35 Bargains for To-Morrow
You will be interested in every one of them. These few
items are but samples of what to expect:
f'.rWfkerint UoHtfht ISteinwav Uorlffht
H 3 A genuine ( hickcrinj; sweet This pinno cost $550 when new.
toned, but olil-fiishiunril. drrat
Beginning today your cbthes will cost
you just one price in this Store. Suits and
Overcoats We to order 15. NO MORE, NO LESS
No price juggling no fake promises no false claims not a sac
rifice sale not selling out just turning specialists in the merchant
tailoring line and making genuine tailored clothes at one stand
ard fixed unchangeable price $15 NO MORE NO LESS.
fi a heifimier, I ev ft rr
... only t. a.vvr
'..The wiitiilerfnl values Simpson
;Cruwfnril Co. pives in cm htuiK'-il
piaiuiH nr.: exemplified in tin
I The tone of this piano l wonJer-
-fully gOOll, wliile the case is
' attractive; an ex- 'lit C(
cellenl instrument X X ""
It aocnis ul mo-t incredible that one
in buy a Kcnuiuc (.'oiiil Webet
for luch " priii'. Hut here it is!
ami 1 1 n spleuiliu condition; case
is sbonlttdi nut u a seirv ff
very largo piano,, X 0vf
A luparb instrument in a modern
cae lioaiitiful tone cost new
l7.vni). Fully TJcLff
Stcck Daby. Grand
The desire of all musicians is to
own n buby grunt! piano. Here's
a fine one at li.iif its price when
Henry F. Miller Baby Grand
In beaut if u! mahogany rase. If we
hud this piano in Boston (the home
of Miller, it would bo sold as iuon
as the doo'rt open- 'O'TC ff
eil to-morriiw. ... t)t O.Uvr
The cloth that we sold regularly in our
$25 and $30 suits and overcoats, and
even in our $35 and $40 ones, all go into
these suits and overcoats at $15 NO
MORE NO LESS. You are getting
cloth that costs us more than we are now
charging for the entire suit or overcoat.
There are no ifs" or "Buts'; to this
proposition it is a real bona-fide offer
and genuine value that needs but one
visit to our store to confirm and verify.
Our atock remains as complete in its patterns
an it did before this announcement. We nave not
moved any of the fabrics we used in our former
$20 to $40 suits and overcoats; they are on the
tables in our store in every conceivable variety
and pattern, color and fabric. Every yard is guar
anteed pure wool proved and tested.
Every suit or overcoat that we turn out here for
$15 NO MORENO LESS- will be equal to any $25
or $30 one that any tailor can make for you, or any
"ready-made house" can put on your back.
Be your own salesman; ours are here
simply to advise you and not' to dictate
pick out whatever catches your fancy,
call the cutter and have it made up for
$15 NO MORE NO LESS into a
suit or overcoat that is the equal of
any $30 garment.
There are no salesmen on the floor to make
you spend more money. Come into our store,
walk around, inspect the goods, and if not satisfied,
walk out again and you will not be annoyed by
officious or discourteous salesmen. They get no
commission for selling you a suit or overcoat they
get their regular salary whether you buy or not.
Any little personal preference a to cuffs,
lining, shape of lapel, English cuts, height of vest
no matter whatever it may be -you can have it
made to suit your fancy without any additional
cost. Only if you happen to have a chest measure
of 46 inches or more your suit or overcoat will cost
fou $1.50 more to pay for the extra material,
his is only fair.
We believe that most men know a $35 or $40 piece of goods when they see it, and for that reason
ours won't last very long, so hurry, in while the picking is good $15 NO MORE NO LESS.
Mail orders promptly filled. Send far Samples. (OnprrWM. ian. Ottir,w Bmat Open Until 9 P. M.
fy trie end of one year, if you so desire, we will take back the piano
'you select ami allow every dollarvsid to apply nn uuy new piano or pluyer
piaDo in our wurcrounis.
New Auerbachl New Schufeldt
Pianos for Pianos tor
In New York's Shopping Center
Sl95o ! $188:22
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
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REAL ESTATE FOR SALE-
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BUSINESS PROPERTY TO LET lgSMBR jS
RNTIKR l.orr. ions Imm. ofio tesr fr-. will I lit fl Jf
ul... n M.ll .......I d..vv 'PI....M 11. ,1.11.... I U -mMr
ii-- w. nstti , istle castix Bityo I I
ST PA M BOATS. IVvJwVKsM
MMs . ei,J -
I si b. sold st on.-, to setilt UIs; hoM
lis uasll rsi'Slrs; U r Jiu; el"i i"l rws.lr.1
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MAINE STEAMSHIP LINF
Kate RsdiMetJl Nsw Yi.ii end
Hleamship North l mid A North
Mar. Hulilms Tussdtvs, l'hursdy
and Saltrlays ut 1. M.
hl'MlVL MHK'Ki Until Tusday.
pat :, is itiond ai aft mart win dui-art
from P9t lit Hi Km nf foot n'inr
ht. CotHmtnctni Tlturiulay, Dec. nth.
and i hertuf ler s tea mora will leavs
paf 1 Is N. It., foot Murr.iy Ht.
Kutrrii jtoomahin rorpjirnJltOi
A IsAH4.K PHOTOOKAVl'BK KHKR.
X Fhotofravura of President BlMi
Woodrow Wilson and hla family will bo
ivan froo (for tha ooupon) with najn
DIAMONDS GN CREDIT
It AVi I best vuufs in THtcm usiuinin
7 HAIOKM LANE. fiHONt S20I tOHT.
DIAMONDS ON CREDIT
FSY WEKKI.Y HH MONTHLY fATUENTs.
American Waicu ana IHamonii Co.,
M.UOKN LAWS. Tsl. atittt Cart.
DIAMOND SON CREDIT
U) ATrHlTa JAMBS BliKdMAN
tT Al Lilt J ST Mstden Lsns
(.us fM.ww itm
I.Kl.t . UlsuJII.dS sud J. f
AOKI CO., 1 10 W. MMt St.. em
It? . Rtur. IBM Si OPW Intl.
DiaatoNOS. eataess esUwseSi '"u
HELP WANTED MALE.
hoi tin UTSiM BN wnnted for
factory In Now York titue;
desiyners nnd dotoilers on
ii.Mv.i.innt work: mitat hnvri
thorough sinowisdfls ot
SVVIlOnDOaran; bbbBi pmrtnwr
nent positions can bo ylvon
to competent men. Appli
cants snouiu givr eiKpsfrswis!
nye and snliit-y wantod. Ad
dress N r,ncJ Wr)rld.
1 a .
A UtsMJi: FHOTOUR.WI BK KBKR.
. . . .- .. f ...,M.i.t Kl.
a fniD..'.r. . " ' ' ------
Voodin 'Wllsen an his famllr will be
ivea tree (ter we eeuseaf nw
BIG AUCTION SALE NOV. 19th
The UXKL ft SMITH CO., the well known plimibir e supply houe of
No. 3ss Wi't J6th Street, Is bankrupt .-mil In the hantfi of 1 1 1 - Pi-.:eivcr.
Pursuant to the order of thi.-Court, the Receiver will disuse of the entlr i
Mock of merchandise on hand, fixtures .mil lease on Nov. 19th, 1913, al
12.30 o'clock P.M. upon the above premises.
An UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY is therefore offered to the f rade to pur. Iia-.e
this eomdlete ana choice stock of merchandise, which will be offered at
PUBLIC AUCTION on that day.
The stock consists of Enameled Ware. Lavatories, Sinks Bathtubs,
Wash T rays, Porceiam Ware, vltrouiware, Brass Fittings, Castii g I and
Pine, Latht s, Motor, Tools of all kinds, Wmunlit find Cast Iron, I'ljir and
I ittiniis Brass Ooods of all kinds, Closets, Woodwork, Lead Pipe, trap .
ftc In act, everything that a handled by alargl supply house.
opportunity to sa"i:.on'i onyour purchases. Property may be inspected
any dny beforethe sale during business hour .
HENRY A. BLtMENTHAL JAMES F. CONRAN
Attorney tor Receiver, Keceiver.
100 Broadway, New York City.
WITH THANKSGIVING BUT ABOUT A WEEK DtSTANt
Our Remarkable Offering of
The Ryer Manufacturing Company
offer an unprecedented opportunif y to fit up the home
al savings thai can only he comprehended when you ace the gooda!
Rich Silk Brocades Portlerea
Damasks Tappstrill Couch Covers
and a vyonderf ul assortment of
Sunfaat, t'nfadable Curtains and Draperies
AJ, OF WHICH WE OFFER
At M and Vi Off Regular!
NOTP-Tho Ryer Manufacturing Co., whose wsrerooms ware at 170 Ptftt
avehup, reamed large nulla at Psteraon, N. J., where they manufactured
sot onlv for the general trade, hut produced many specially fine fabrics
for decorators ano furniture manufacturers.
HIGHLY IMPORTANT VALUES
SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES
Dwifht Anchor Sheets
ASsnn r. lav
TSiim ri, .TBS
Hlitn res. .a.
in.. mi rss. .it.
Dwifht Anchor Plllew Cases
4Jsita rs iM!
4ian t r.
ansa rs. aa.
D4sH0 r.s XT.
Will Wssh Heavier Sheets
r.4ii rss. .as.
anno r. 4.
fsaep rs .-.
"it r. .S4.
us70 rest. .aa.
Plllew Caste Will Wash Hearts
433a rs. IS.
. tr.nn ..... re, ilg .
' noajja rs. ,ia.
nitaa rea. .20.
It Is ot wsst Tana
at Wasat Taa YB,
That Lead, ta WeaMa
Take Alrastais af
An Tss ami Ises
Far wtsWa at taste wis stoltaTM
la wearlatr eettr ssti
....Owe itssks are
tar Tartelr aa str prtaaa ere
(be laeraat ta be least.
All measurements bsfors hsmmlns
Mill Lsnglha of )
Fruit of Loom Muslins; eta.
Par Ysrd )
ivif.Miv riesn snfl nsw. but In loam
li nsths of 10 to M para'a that's the
rrnwn fur verf low plica
. . . . .
i at . . . . . a a3at
p front of lace Inset
nb'y meoalHonav eklrt or
( mbl nations at
Ne4neok sleep front
Hone with Isxwe and emb'i
lace trlm'd ribbun run emb'y snisJ
ttnns and amb
drawers elaborately trimmed ta
matoh at least a doaea ha ad en me
tyiea worUi tram tl.M ta U.K.
OaaahlsMsrlaaa at..... l.OfS
Fine French nalneoek. eery asaSorate
howknnt desla-n developed on Oarman
Vat. lare and nrnb'y also entire v
menu of a Hover amts'r -eartaty af
Hasr wbtmtnes Is Sill IrlisSl
aseislmsis, te .a.
NAINSOOK PRINCESS SLIPS
t l.BJSJ Yokes -of fane laces, amsy
insertion and nbsen taw baa-
Ins ur styles develepeS esMlrely
or Handsome eyelet ema-sa eaau
uruiiy trimmest sairis.
ir sllss, incliidias Nainsook. China sad
t bilks. J. pool. s. Msassllne, TWrlMae
1 i rsps es enss aaj te
; , , . Reliable Silverware '
Handsome rtscea te baautley tha Taaapaglrtg tails, flat
i utility needs. . . Choice new designs, and many special vsl
Rwsiera Sllsrar Plate Res. Speo.
Tiihu Hnoona and Fork
Knives -ti dsnen H Je
Tiia HpnonsH dosan 41
Soup ldlea eaoli Sl.St
Mutter Stiieaits- duaeD SI
gravy r.nis s-oM Meat
s.ik ir Spoons and Baltsr
Kern Ulehee. Ilraad Tray. Oraokar
Jars. Sugar Howls and rrsam
I'ltnlirrs, Frull I'lsfies with
Klaas tmwl. Mirror Plstaeu
Fsrn and Fruit Dlshsa
Fern IMshes filled with
ferns and flowsrs res. fl.a.
Fsrn Dishes elaborate deslsna
French sray finish, also ijuadrupl
platii Salad, Fruit or Mut Dowue-
fi. .... .. mm .. .... ...I .l..Mli.lia
valus 16 - ...,.-....4.87
Servlns; Trays 14 tnnh IVooooo
bordur plum cenire
nreiul Trays Pierced and enatne
lain" slr.e-wurtli S--9S -epei'lal. 1.70
pierced ileslfns worth ft 8. OH
Oaaaataaltr ail " " '2
Nsw Sheraton and other partem I
French array or borate had note
fee It marvelou wa, aa It Is
ruarsntsad for 00 years.
Taa Spoons H dotsn 1.06
Table 8 poo na H do). H.
Table Forks dosed S.OS
Orary ladles l.aO
Gold Meat Fork sssm .fB
(.'astsrs Cut Ola as OH and THIS s
HelUea, Cut Olas Ball and Peeper
ass: also TWay
and Red Pepper Shake
for uuaina salad .
. .., ...
wurwi ese.w mm.
Casters Out Oiasa Oil an Vsaatyar
BotUas: also Peooar ao last
aiiakers worth SU.M 11. US
Mustard Jars. Ball aad Fsspar
Caatsrs, CbiWrsn's Seta, Pie
Knives and Fruit IMahea.... 40
Rahvl Casisrs ColontsA style Oil
Vlnegur, Tapper and Halt
Dottles, lug. Ha ..8. 00
Flower Vases creen class llnlna
plerre.1 aod etikraved designs
a.40 . .i.og.. a.tfe.. s.eo
Card Itecelver or rvrup atand
artlatlo pattern Krenob gray
MORNING SrcCIAI-Teasairow, Tussds. Until 1 P. M.
To prevent dealers buying, quantities restricted. No Mall or Telephone Ordaea
8ct. White Linen 90 Insh M
Kven weave for stiects. piuow
rases and art work- pure linen.
t.lKN.4- MAIN rMmll
71 si rhsnsrshle Mesaalinrs
SII.HM MAIN I i n 'U
59 rt. Ail-Wool f heviots 32
40-Inch - cardinal, garnt. brown,
navy and black aervlcaable snd
stylish falirt. s for cats and suits.
BSna a main kiiuu
IT t Fancy Rihhens H
4 to & laetrsrDrasdsBBj malras, satins
snd taffi tlis-lilack. white, ookirs.
IllllllONa - MAIN FLllUH.
21 rl. Whits linearis Bsttsts 14
St-tHOn firm, but soft and allky
fur fins drissrs. wulita. slips, etc.
WIDTa BOODB-s MAl.N ri.ous.
25 rt CaMtb Sosp Bars 19
laarirv sUo green, olive oil an'l
toifisTI aOtlOUl BAstMnyr
l?.y$rl. Ysril WidePercalea IM
I.urg assortment light end dark
g rounds, with stripes, flgurrt,
'wash''' Datssa rsBMOi gaswun.
$1.19 Hemstitched Tiblerloths 88
Auetilitn linen- row openwork
Sputi oTxvsj I'hrysiinlhemuiu ili-stgns
-aue in "at 0 ie.,pl(,
1.1 N ayS MA.I.N I UKB.
')' , rt. Ilnbleschsil Muslins
40-lnoh liaairy iiuallty
t3.S Wstewn's Press Siurts 2.00
Klack Panama an wool side plaits
rsguhtr and extra slaes.
wiii en s SKiirra -aiooiro asooa.
59 rt. Boys' Flsnnrlette Rrwieers 38
Light and dark stripes also pink
and blue flhecke various pipings
I to t years.
IHlVS' KUUNISIIlNOa TIIIUD PUOO.
49 rl. Men's Derby Bib Umttrwesr S3
lung sleeved shirts drawers Stan
dar.l make- all
Ml . i UNIirilWKAB MS1M
4 .50 Bers' Fall and Winter Stats 3 19
cheviots .i'l twills- wlnrlty have
extra trousers to 1 years.
Buys' ci.otiiimj filial I'l.ooti
29 rl. Women's I sshmrrs Cloves .19
Fleece llnc.1 two clasps black,
brown an.l gray.
ilUivti MAIN PLOOB.
$1.49 While Veils Ws.su .99
Kmb'.l panels fins tucks also hut-
ton trl!ii'd--aome havs dainty bows
waistb- sTcosfD rtooa.
98 rt. Imsartsd Lace Collsrt
Aisn Cost ami Ureas Ssta Corday.
sailor and rounl collars attractive
stylus whit., and sora.
NICKWKaH MAIN I'LOOB.
Si rt. Children's Whils Dreisas . . . .
1 1 Nainsook uml lawn r renon ana
' i It isslan styles lae and emb'y
trrnVd-slSus to 6 years.
I ink ants' w.-n:oin wutom.
Clock Signs Denote Morna mat Is