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THK K V E II Hi O WUitLu,
r SYLVESTER It A WLING.
x ri'kiO, 1 1- mu h dlseuaeed
Ftatlkn iMiMtone ol the l"ill.nlel- I
iIi!j-(Vi. sun Oners i omn.inv. i
M ,i y. vt York ilflmt in concert at
i' i flail leal ntKht. He waa heard
lii a . riiwclril lnu'di'. Not onll was the
; . HUail by compatriots of the
-x '"it lii l.ox-s mu I tht orxtitn'rii
ol i, I Mil toelr toll eoinnlemenl of po
4( i f fashion. The eutotn iblles and
a ralli'd afti r Ilia entri-taiim-icnt
j ' e afreet cmr iramr. This amll
. en- . fairly r-trienut!v. of the clty'l
mi i! culture, pave Itself up tn tin
r niMii .ii-.Tionsirations of st'i'ioval
v iff i unci Tliai lie li s. i vd It.
the: i . no xtuullt. Mr. ItllfTo Int. s
V. i i' of rernarknlile ower. iiinite ami
' '..! i'y, anil h known how lo UN It
n:i 'in- irreateil effect,
Supported by an or hestra conducted
by SiKnui I'l-roalo, Air. RuffO lirst MIH
the ' L.miki nl yv' y. urn," from the
'Sl'.ir cr or Bevllle." Thla he rendered
Will iuett felicity of expression that he
rialUsTed Willi applause. Ill respmis.
So an Inatatent dfjOMUId, ha adxju.l an aria
ftom "Don il'iv.innl," wiileh ha enr
Ifhtfully, ljiiter. to the nl'ino ai'i-om-
mi ,1 ,,r l'erii.mdo Tensra, he sang
rt Italian aonjri vivaciously ami w ith
a;, and Knee, to which he waa In
duced to add three more, equally wall
done. Than. Main with anhastn. lie
! an nla from Identic avallo's "t'hat
sertnn," Which h waa compelled to reps-it.
Vl 1 nd ht Kavo the I'rologue
atn "PacUaael," witii which he won
mal trlUlnpb. Alter thla he had thi
oiirax,-e to n fuse to s!n more. In
m In tha sntbuatasta fiockad la the foot
a! Hi.- ht.iKo and he-ought hltn with all
sprta of flattery, Ho would not yield.
M '. Ruffe In gone to Chicago to com
uJcl' liia cnwaKement with the I'hlla
li . i 1 i i -ixn jcano Opera Company before,
returning to Kurope. Ilia ona appear
and In opera hero last week, when h
whs Jlamlet, tn Amliiolso Thomas's
Work, li to be hla laat. nut, perhaps.
Mr. l"lppel may be Induced tn give New
York another chance to hear Mr. Tluffo
on the concert Mage. If ao, Mr. Dlppcl
need not fear to put Mr. Ruff.) on In
recital. With no discourtesy to his as
aoe.lates laat night, Mr. ltuffo d.d not
A word must ho said In praise of
Telen Stanley, a aoprano formerly of
8t. Itartholomew'a ("hurch choir and
now with Mr. Dippers opera company,
(or her flinging of an aria from
"lOulse" and a group of songs.
OPERA STANDEES FOR ONCE
DESERT CARUSO FOR ANOTHER.
"The Olrl of the flolden West," get
ting Its first presentation of the aeaaon
t the Metropolitan Opera House last
nlKht, drew tho strength of tha aub
iicrlptlon only. While the boxes and the
orchestra floor were aa full and aa
brilliant In appearance at aver, behind
the- rail there was only a thin line of
tandeea Inntead of the crowd that
Usually fills the ipacn to tho wall when
meir a lored Laruao a'.nga. tor once
the Italians had deserted and gin to
Carnegie Hall to hear another of their
U4atlngulslie.l countrymen, Tltto HufTo,
the great harltone. ,
'Pliat Toa. -acini waa not missed from
the conduetor'a chair It -would be un
true to say. His genl.is no less than
Mr. aMB0'a ma.l) for the Moeaiaful
flVst priluet.on two yeiua &Q Hut
Oc.rglo PolacH'o again showed his ability
to dlnt with the authority that gives
anf d.xnce to the slnxers and makes for
euccuvs. The imrrxipinanoo waa a gxcj-l
one, for which all the leading singers
atid the chorus may take credit. I'ruise
of Caruso, as ldck Johoaoni of 1-hnuiy
Daatinn, as Minnie; of Amato, as tho
H'lurlff, and of lnnh UM.y, Relss, De
SjBfurOMh l'ldur, Marie Mattfeld and
the rest In the big cast has well nigh
oe n nvhauatad.
TJoj audience was at-scc-bed by hs
iilnglng and tha acting, Only at the end
Its x-njoyment was 1nturi-iiptex1 by what
Is now bec'ime the x-onveutlonal rude
reaix x-f BO mo of the Monday night oci'ii
pauts of the orchoatra RSatl in forcing
their way out over the knees of their
ne. itr- or before the fall ol the curtain.
'.' fthe movement ' eiran last night at the
raomvnt that Minnie arrived lo save her
lover from r.:e noose iin I U kept nil
to the en I. If lha offended majority '
doesn't - n make a demonstration I
Mpglnet It the leaaona tang.'it under the
old Qernian rag ma are aurely forgotten.
removes grease quicldy
Cloanisgtba pots and pans
o;ul '". it'les is uiUllly a mccc
disagreeable piece ol work,
btst li.!,xC everything else
there nn easier vay to do
)t H orij Ixnowi hoWi
As cos..! aa vhc food is rc-
i ' .'. . , '....:; in vicr ana i k
t dve ini; Gold V"tf. in
C ' proportion el one tabic-
rnnnnfi I 4 n a eTallAri c.i rr.ffr.
. , . . x- e; I u
1 ".w: to Boai xhile woeh 1 1
thedishca then pour of?
'. . . r and BUwitheloan
Kuda made mtheiarnewey.
11 particles oi food still
c lhere to the ir.c'i'e of the
tiiensilsi use potrini
TWO KILLED BY CLIMB
UP HILL AND STEPS.
Frxleriv:k L, (iranzer, Post-Otrlci
Suptrintfndent, ;ind Ke; ireJ Po
llCfflUfl (hri-lof'fl VicllfllSi
l'"n-r: x i. Uranier s.ipi rnttttxtenl
f Ike I. I 'K.xh'l.lge I' isl-OBIce, fifty
,ars old :nrl s'.iut. was as en ling lha
ItaafJ hill on West fine Hundred and
Korly-flflh street on the way to his
home at No i West Ona Hundred and
Bex ent.v -first atre-t eirl; i.x-dtiy. Atiou;
half way up the UK it Tonvent av. -nuv
-he felt faint and land t the ajja.
Ir. Varlln of So. lot Wesl Ki;li v
tl.lrd street, who chanced o he pis':i.
wen' to h's ItatoxxMiea c.rl alml i-i
passer'iy called l. Shaw with an nm-
btttantnl fm ihe MooJ Wrlxghl Hoa
pllal. Mr lrana.r dlad 'is he was lifted
kta the tmbttianca. Ieath. the phy
alrlans said, was caused txy heart fail
ure. Induced by the exertion of .I' nh
ln the hid
An liirtir later Theodore Chrlstofel,
ffiv-one ears old, a forn-x-r pollcennn.
of No. 1711 Weeks avenue, the Hronx,
wax pHaMMaH lha stairs in the street on
Ona Hundred and Seventy-first street
between Play and Anthony avenues
He, too, COllapeed and died of heart fail
ure, as Mr Hranser hsu done. Mr,
Chrlltofel also was stout.
SWEEPS CHILDREN AWAY
JUST AS BOMB GOES OFF.
Deputy Murray and Customers in
Si rc PffM as Infernal Ma
peputy Pherlff Stephen Murray of No.
10 Kat Sixteenth str"et was walking
through that street about o'clock Kai
night when he aaw sparks flashing from
a fuss attached to soma lajMt on ths
sidewalk In front of an olive oil store
run by ). Cards at No. eot, The ators
was fillet with men.
Three, small girls Mary Wentlng,
twelve, of No. Plast Sixteenth street;
Ix'ttle Hsmhrlrk, ten. and Tessls Wels
l.eck, fourteen, both of No 404 Kast Six
teenth street saw the thing at the same
tlm. Tliev were starting toward It.
Murray Immed'stely swept them out of
the way with his arm and waa making
for tho sputte-.lng device when It e-ptoxlrd.
Murray was knocked down. The cua
tomars In ths store were also Tailed
Ths sxploslon smashed Ihn windows as
well as those of several other storss.
snd practically every window In ths
big apartment house. The numerous
families were so frightened that the
house was depxip ilatcd within a faw
Cttcela said he could Kits no sxplsna-
Iton of the bomb aftsrlc.
Red Crosa -- Cough Drops
Ml I Si tlinxax fsrl slsd. " iwr bad Vlx-t
Ifirs'i Victim sjose Insaae,
.. t'etartea". VM4 Vfte'ol' Dr.
Charles A. Fnnoa, a dentlat In the
Times building, waa taken to a san
itarium In Astoria, 1.. I., yeetsrday
on a commitment algsied by Justice
K-ogh Sunday. She la suffering from
paranoia. About three yeara ago Mra.
Tones was assaulted by a negro one
evening on her way to her horns In
Now Kociielie. and It Is believed be
friend that her present condition la
due to a certsln extent to thla attack.
J8& Merchandise Stamps With All Purchases
100 Jfa9 Merchandise Stamps Free to Start a Book
Onfy One Set Good in Each Book, Bat You Can Have at Many Bookt at You Like. Thousands are Getting Thete Free Stamps and Starting Bockt To-Day Because
Every Filled Book ol &Sf Merchandise Stamps Will Be Redeemed lor $2.50 Worth oi Merchandise
W kV . . r- I J. t- .a. .L.. I . L I a La VI V-.L 1 L
Fxcept Groreries. Meats and Other Food Products, or for Special Premiums, II Preferred.
Tliii mrans a great ilrsl in dullxri snd ren's to you. mder, lirit
aolv America. You set more ai tul value lor your m Mtey here at a
voucft jjfif) MERCHANDISE Stimpf liih are liliesonnirh gold, each Ixoolt hs.vint! thf lanir purrhaiing pi.v-rr here ai 13. M in money.
Ilcgln Now to Hate I.IBRBTT M K II 4 M III F stamps for Chrlslnias- they will hrlng yott Beaatlfol t'hrlttmas tilfts rm ' And Too fan et with Them Eierrlhlnx Men and Wo
hlldrea Wear, and nerylMng for Ihe Home.
that our pnrri are the lowrit in New York and protv
tiTin tntin you coull snywhere else, and, in addition.
Delighting Many Hundreds -Our Free Circus
and Menagerie of Lions and Lionesses, Leopards, Grizzly
Beart, Puma, Zebu, Kangaroo, Lemurs, Monkeys and Birds.
See Mine. Pauline
3 Indian Leopards
and a Puma
Darling's Educated Animal Circus
Years with Ysrnnm A Bailey- Known from feast to Coast.
Dogs, Ponies and Monkeys
Nee Ihe Muatral Dogs and Penles that play tM(ls, featuring Teddy, lha
greatest musical d, n , s.... IMc Persian Danrliiz hog.;
Milwaukee, the famous Kilucalotl Horse, anil Mike, the kins of Munkovs.
: I eevemn iixxxr. 1
joint .1. largr
lire: the lest
value in New
Toyland Full of Nice Things
Men's 79: & 9'e Shirts
Rime aro better 9TftdM,
but itconrip. of ritKh J
ftrutlM materlali. toil?
i i. ei 1 1 r cvirre ii ;
i pleated or i i
txte'tma. 3 for Bl.TOt 1
.Mttln f lour.
Oak Hea.lno Stove
rns eistl or veoil.
1 nickel x.ie4
11 illinium. itn i
bids. x-iImixx an. I
iluinper. No. 1 I sin .
I nteu. PC r
rn. A m.ikn In
rea;ul;irly at 6t-c
. Main r-lour.
X -XPOrner ...
79c Inverted Lamps N p
.4 .hade, .with AA ! IS
Men's Overcoats Less Than Usual
frln.-'- to mail'".
Kit. be. A I mantle
I A rt,
I as si
F!or de Seymour Cigars
ela-ar made of hlK
in noniutia inoa
fool aa tha reaular
DC. clKnr; bm. of '0. .
- Main Floor
lay I Do
Crystal Wine Glasses
ilaaa deals. ra "i AA I
tt 1 1 WedneH
t09JMi nt doMH )
.1 ol.rtlt 1 llHir.aa
9c XXX Cork Llnolenm Decorated Cranlwrry Sel
Sra ,tr.: . .; out") a&3Zi WV
Men's and Young Men's
Including the new long convertible collar
Overcoats, made in fancy mixed fabrics,
in light, dark and medium effect, some
lined with Venetian and wool lining, others
acrge lined, at
8llvxr platsd. flnral
duslsns. framca sstln
finish, erasn slass
xlish. COM. .I... urstexl.
f lenatssanre Searls and
1 r..i. Dljknoc
VCUICI s li"'
11(1 Inrh rmlilU Ontre
pi sesi a th Biotas, i
sio 1 la-yard Dresser
ti HUlclxoar.l Hi-iirfix. (
Sl.x'lU I ' "' " VUl l
ues. al f
Men's and Young Men's
$15.00 to $20.00 Overcoats
Here the assortment includes high grade Over
coats in all the most popular models, from tin
knee length Chesterfield, to the double-breasted,
52 inch, convertible Overcoats, all the
popular materials, including black kersey, at.
$4.50 Scalloped Table Cloths
$25 Axm'.nster Rugs
. I Fourth Floor, i
Boys9 $5.00 Overcoats Reduced to
Selected young dry picked hen or torn turkeys; wi guarantee
them to be the best that can be had anywhere. Another ship
ment dir.ct from famous poultry farms of Vermont, Virginia and
Maryland goes on sale tomorrow
At the Lowest Prices in New York
Fancy AA No. 1
Turkeys. Fmr Grade,
I iuck,s Geese 1 Roastlnn Chicken:.
Vouna. rhuap ry piektd. n. Fresh killed laacy kralitrs. A Q
i - 1
GROCERIES AND WINES
BMB e-ws inxKItt'1
LUM fLUUIINU No. i -!
Old Knc TI r Ml vriMVIIlTC ' roD.
. . . . ,11' t 1 I L
FLOUR 4$ MIPPMOUj DM
75 1 HAMS
:":;,;""'."lon '""""iHc bacon
llo nqui-t ll.iml: CUfil TI nPRS V I h lSf
xrl-iiv; in ' .' ' . x . ---- - - - w w
r -a rtKi oi n fanay
LEWiON Krw . 111
n llis .SOri lb
Miiitar Cured.. ,
l " 25( RICE
1,1 95f ROLLED OATS
, ,rt.,l.nK.:,9f CORN MEAL
PRUNES S .
I hi ii
' :' 20c BUCKWHEAT 'Ji'ib." 48c
a I it .
O 1 lb
1 111 60
Si 91 null
sel to VFV
ft, ..- - jrxij'r tji
I lha ColJ Dutt Ticint do vaar war"
'xll I'll I
boa s , ,.t 1 rm
lbs. fur . . . tlOC
okg. 8C MACARONI
lllr GINGER SNAPS ib
35C POUND CAKEti g
vvhiskey 75c T.cake
Chinchil a Polo Coats
Fur Collared Overcoats
Convertible Collar 0'cuati
Blue nnd gray chinchilla polo caatswith belt all around, flannel lined,
suesji'j to 9; bin, lom convartiole collar, fancy minture coats, for large
bovs, ines I ) to I . A
1 1 1 .-; n ; it il t icy invl
?!tr3f.h5I,50"ar well ts V.'IVOt C 'l 1M. h). Il 'V, I , Lo jo'
Boys' Fine Chinchilla & Fancy 0'coats
These are for large boys, ages 9 to Ib. Chinchillas f A AD
are all flannel lined; also coats of mixtures, in polo V 999
effect: belt all around J
....... s mi Minis ' rrniia ana trrurtaairs
PORT OF SHLKK I i-l 'lllnnTiTnrc VVWte rtosa
ROCK & RYE
WHISKEY ti'f.39; imurt
Kai ra quality
1.24 POTATOES w'V.'VnVU 30(
v 75c ONIONS OTiwiS8s.??. 38c
5C SWEET POTATOES .V 25'.
75c APPLES iV.st.';",'n k"1,1 '. 30'
72C CANBERRIK quart 10,
ba; gal . 1.2 ORANGES 11.00; xluirn
trnia :i-Stur; p
faXXxM WMS ' MM. -XV . ' ;X' V ,-X,
ft "zzr i
fa-. aJrl Machines 'fj I
rnxiniT. sSBalBa CI fiimpUita wi n film fc5 KU I I
89C 8c as $1.98 B isa- 95c I
Men's and Young Men's
Strictly all wool, long convertible Overcoats,
in a complete variety uf fancy effects, cut
52 inches long, serge lined, convertible col
lar, ("oats that would be bargains at $12,
on sale at
Men's and Young Men's
Finest hand tailored garments, choicest
of patterns, a wonderful variety, includ- CA A O tT
ing all die newest tiicrch.int tailotitiK M IM
effects. Every kind and every sue in B asaav"
this great sale; $25 Overt o.-.U ut JL JL
wi Ji fur and
Boys' Blah-Grade Overcoats
new fabric, color and style, in Suits and t fl AO
Women's $15 &$ 18 Chinchilla Coats
Included in this sale alno are popular silk-liuistied
Tlsirachan Goats worth double this price
wc nave planned a wondcrtul Sale of Women's Coats for the day
uciorc i nanKsgiving values are decidedly unusual Savings to be thank
ful for on everv earment.
Choice of many handsome models-one as illustrated, with plush collar, lined throughout with cuaran
teed satin; the Chinchilla Coat made untile or double-breasted; buttoned close to neck; with deep collar
and cuffs of tine velvet; cut SO, 52 and 54 inches lonz, in black, brown, navy and cray; sizes 34 to 44.
Women's $10 Winter Coats! Women's $20 and $25 Plush Coats
Made of fine quality silif finished plush.
Chinchillas. Zibelines, Kersey end
fancy mixtures, finished with frogs,
gray, maroon and black; sizes 34
Reliable Fur Coats and Sets
Rrtiahle not only In quality hut in pricr. And the pricm on each
length models, viith deep shawl collar and cuffs,
finished witli lare fruns, lined and interlined
with guaranteed satin, sizes 34 to 44, ut
hire udvrrtised it lower than it't euer hern 6eore
35 line $55 Caracul Skin Coals
Of fine quality skin, cut 52 inches long, deep shawl
collar and turn-bacl- cuffs; value 5.55. at
100 Fur Coats, of Russian
aan Pony or
1 rench Corny
Fur Seta Greatly Rfduced 150
coats of China Black Wolf. French
Coney. Blue China Wolf,
Belgian Lynx; values up
to 314.75; at
Misses' and Juniors' $10
Roumlnfl Good Values Special i or la r
Uomt Pay. Great Saving at . . . .
Made of strictly l.-xiKi materut, tus c i .'js tni one site of
gray chine .Ma. dee) Cuffl made to mate'' co'.j-: large p.tc
pockets jnd mxJt in full ltr.g:h n,odc'.s: lta$i 14. la and 13.
I Moire Pony Coats,
Skin Co.i's. Moire Pony
Natural Raccoon Collar and
100 Fine Fur Sets, of Natural
Racccon. Black Wolf. Pointed Wolf.
Fox. French Coney . A
values up to $32.51); C Q HZ
85 High-Grade Fur Seta,
Hlack Fox. Pointed Wolf, Black
Wolf, American Natural Fox, Nat
ural Raccoon, Nat
Ural Wr.lf; vnlus Up
tn C-12.5(. it. r t...
MISSES' AM JI WOKS' 515
VUVl.K V 0 VIS Of Chiu-
lull . A.xr.tchan, ibelints,
1'wicds, Ainxrican Broadcloths,
and novelty mixtures. These
coals come in a variety of smart
styles, I ! it. i full
Joimny models, in
many colors; siz?".
14. I6und 18; at
MISSES' V) Jl'.IURS' $10
C4IACUL COATS A small lo
of about 50 coats at this low
pric; for quick clearance
Made in shawl and sailo
Cx)llar styles; full length models
lilM I4t lo and 18;
a sreat bargain, at
CIRI-S' 14,11 CHINCHILLA COATS Made o
Btristly all wot I nsatcrials, fathiffmd la a mart i niblei
Kfesttixi itylr, buttonx tngii to IKCk anl ftiiuhfd witii vrl--
r Hw, l t.it ii linrd llfouahoutt U'i d to 14 yrjn,
ri-xinil ll.'xir. I
l sr. .-ii i ii nr. i -
I THE UTH STREET STOKE, HENRY S1EGEL. Pra. LIBERTY ME ft C MA N O latE STAMI-b t REE lO aTAais