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TXE EYEJfXMO WORLD, MOM D AT,
OCTOBER 4, l!lft. f
OPERA IN SPANISH
TO HAVE PREMIERE
"Coycica," by birujuc Grana
da, Will lie I'ruJuccd Here
Mrst Time on Aiiy Stage.
Tfc MatropeHUn 0r IIoum will
fn Muuslay voblnir, Xut U, fur
Mutt of twenty-four rrsu. Tb
flrat tuty will lx ili4 U rn4
opr auil ilm Ual luur lu ttie llua
A iMjtui jrtvan out by the Metro
poll on yialerdky aajra tbal I lie war
will bava do nul on ll arttatle vt
ley of Urn InaUtutloo,
Tli, (Mtuu will bo under tba general
sUraotloii of Mr. UaliM'aaasaa, Tb
Laniard rprtory, piMikio4 la
Vrtncii, Knillib, Italian and Uarnian,
will b Increased by lutoraaUtif nor
For tba Drat Uuvt- un a Nav York
Ufa a Hpaulaii rlid upra will b
aung In tba H(nl.u luuij
"Ooyeaea," tb libretto by Kt.rua.iido
larlqut, th inunlc by Knrlqu lira
oadoa, a compoior of cenuln crll
nailty and Twt lfu, 1U will b
prMQt at th rabearaala and tb
premier of tbla work at tb Metro
politan, IUi flrat perfoimanc on any
Responding to the Intereat main
fmiei In Kuaalan Optra, th manage
mant will produce Uorodlnu'a "l'rinca
Igor," a msustarulcco of tho Hlavlo
Tha plana for tho aeaon Include
additional Jioveltloa and revivals,
acoonx otl)ra lltzot'a "le I'echeurs
da 1'eriea," I
Tha manure uient haa concluded r
rangamentj for bringing to America
Mr. Bane DlaKhllefTa Haticta llusscs
Company, which In the laat four
wtteka of tho season, will present a
varied nroeramme. I
exclusive American rights for "Ia
Chuta do la liaison Usher," "Lc
Dlable dam le Beffrol" and "La Lo- '
gande do Tristan," all by Claude!
The programme for tho aooson will
to aelocted from the novelUea and tho
following standard repertoire:
Beetboven'a "Kldello." BUefa "Car- (
man." Donizetti's "Don Pasquale" and
"Lucia dl Lammermoor," Glordano'n
"Mme. Sans-Oene," Gounod's "Faust,"
muck's "Orfeo ed Eurldico" and "Ar
mld,M Humpordlnck'i "Haenaal und
Gratel." Leoncavallo's "Pagllaccl." F.
Laonl's "L'Oracolo," Mascagnl's "Cav
allerla Itustlcana" and "Iris," Meyer
beer's "Tho Huguenots," Massenet's
"Manon," Montomezzl'n "L'Amore del
Tre Ro," Moussorgsky's "norls Oodu
noff," Mozart's "Die Zauberfloete,"
Offenbach's "I.cs Contes d'Hoffmann,"
' Ponchlolll's "La Glocomla," Pucclnl'H
"La Uobeme," -.Manama uuneray,
"Manon l.escaut." '"rosea" and "The
Cllrl of the CJoldcn West," Kosalnl's
"11 Uarblero dl Slvlglla," R. Strauss'
"Der Hosonkavaller," Verdi's "Alda,"
I In Dallo In Maschera," "II Trova
tore," "Otcllo," "Wgolotto." "La Tra
rlata" and "FalHtaff," Wagner's "Der
Fllcgondo Hollaender," "Lohengrin,"
'Tannhaouser," "Trisian und Isolde,"
t'DIo Melstorslnger von Nuernberg,"
(Parsifal." "Das HhMngold," "Dlo
Av'alkuern." "Siegfried" und "Goetter
Idaemmerung." Weber's "Kuryanttio"
and Wolf-Forrnri's "II Scgreto ill Su-
) There will bo tho regular subscrip
tion performances on Monday, Wod
nesday, Thursday and Friday eve-
nlngs and Saturday afternoons. A
subscription will bo opened again for
a few popular price performances on
Saturday nights. Among the special
performances will be an nfternoon
cyclo of Wagnor'o "Der Ring des
Nlbelungcn," nnu some performances
Tho company includes these new
singers: Maria Ilarrlentos. Ida Ca
Jattl, Julia Kclnrlch, Kdlth Mason,
Helen Wnrrum and Krma Zarska,
sopranos; Flora Fcrlnl, mezzo soprano;
atacomo Damacco, tenor; Giuseppe
De Luca. baritone; Pompillo Mala
testa and Henri Hcott, bass. There
will be a now premier dansour, Olu
eppe Ilontlgllo. Miss Roslna Oalll
remains the premlero danseuse.
The conductors will Include Giorgio
Polacco, who hua beon retained, and
... V. n a ..an. In IhM nnmnnnv
Arthur Bodansky und Gaetano Bavag-noli.
"The but aualUu for the Uatl money
and only a-llttle-a-week-to-pay"
We ipecialize in mgn.graae lurnuure
in all the latest artistic dciigm.
Thi, Week: Special 3-Picce
Dedroom Suites in Walnut, $1C.OO
Maple, Ivory or Mahogany "
3 Rooms Furniahed 4n no
Complete aa Low aa I1'0
2190.92 ay 3035-37 fl
Bet. Ill & 120 HI.
H'riM or Catalog,
Corner 116th Nt.
Bretdwiy and 33d Street
$3.50 Untrimmcd Brush Felt Hats, $2.75
Ttmw iruti i i4t or Mi4Uii hala arc In t) lronui
Trtnirii lik aid (il r)t Tlir mUtt rri ars In
rlrli ismIi ol tiM lilui-, miik' li atxi rn)rtl- AUo all Mark .ta
W.W) to f 10 fe.thtr Trlmminci, 12.60 to TM Etfch
('uiiiIiIiimIUhi i I'ur ait4 (lrili In liamlsau atid lanry Hlwta. "
11.16 to 13.60 Trlmmlnei at B6o to 12.60
I ur rumbluJ with t.ia, Imllaliiui (ioura suwl (atii' (ratlirta
So t liiani- Tniniiunf N nlw, Tlilrd floor
Women's $1.50 to $2.50 Gloves, $1.15
12-tiutton ohlUs Wd. Ift-lrutton whit lamUkin. 2-rlap FrunrJi
kid, iilquskMii, In Idurk uhlls-, tun. Uaik-kiid-lilte, and hlta-id-black.
l.clft)i ,lquH i vial.aUv Cilovs, III aahd slikdi.
Women's $1 and $1.25 Union Suits, 65c
Cotton, medium wight, (liit ly knit. Klu VA to 44,
Children's si and (1.26 Worsted Union Suits, 80c
Natural color JUkIi iiwk, lone sIivmh, unklo IftiKth, In alir 2
to IC years,
Women's 36c Swiss Rib Union 8uits, 18c or 0 for 11.05
lU-gular and extra I art" um, Ixiw mk. No blswvtsi or short
alvw. FullHiht. Main floor
Unusual! Fine Umbrellas at $2
lUfiulurly M to ti. Silk and Union TuKttu. Womcn'a handlen
long sliver cups, Kun-inctul, sllvcr-inounltxl, curml, ctcht'd and on
itraved silver caps. Men's handles- cav mid buckhorn hooks, ailver
inountiNl and pluin nutural woods. . Main floor
Men's $2 Cloth Tweed Hats, $1
For auto nnd drewi wcur. Foverul stylw und many shades,
Men's S3 Soft Hats and Derbies, $1.86
Boys' and Children's $1.50 and $2 Hats, $1
Boys' Smart Norfolk Suits, $4.75
IU'irularly $7.60. Mixtures, overplays and stripes In choviota,
rasslmerin and tweeds; also blue unfinished worsted.
Clever Norfolk model with rupieee belt, plented bark with yoke,
patch pockets; lined with blue serge or alpaca; knickerbockers aro fully
lined. Sites 0 to 18 years. Fourth Floor
$1.45 French Ivory Toilet Articles, $1
Hair Receivers, Puff Doxcs, llnir Urushes, Mirrors, Trays, Clocks,
liat Pin Holders, Perfume Jlottleit, Frames, Pin Cushions.
The Autumn Sale of Silks
A Treasure-house of Wonders
At Remarkably Low Prices
Fabrics From France, Switzerland and Italy
All records have been broken in this great semi-annual event, for
which we prepared months ago by sending our Silk expert to Europe.
The latest and most faihionabla weaves arc here at prices so low that
manufacturers are actually buying from us. The Velvets, in particular,
form probably the finest collection in America.
$5 and $5.50 Imported Chiffon
Velvet, $3.10 a Yard '
Double width, in the most wanted colorings, and at a price almost
incredible, for so scarce and fashionable a fabric.
Magnificent $10 to $26 and Higher
Qold and Silver Brocaded Silks, $6 a Yard
The actual NEW btocks for Kail, of the great Paris silk houses.
The richest effects and the most exquisitely delicate colorings (hat wo
have ever had.
$3.60 to $6 Dross Silks,
, $1.95 Yard
$2.60 Crepe Charmeuso,
$2 All-Silk Crepe do Chine
$2.25 Satin Crepe Meteor
Poplin, $1.60 Yard
$1.35 to $2 Black Dress
Silks, $1 Yard
$1.75 Colored Dress
Satin, $1.26 Yard
$5.60 Black Chiffon
Dress Velvet, $3 Yard
$1.10 Satin Messaline,
$2 White Chiffon Taffeta
$1.26 Black DreBS
Taffeta, 86c Yard
Whittall's Finest Carpets
Plain solid colors. Full rolls, absolutely perfect.
Whittall's $3.26 WiltonB, at $2.26 a Yard
Whittall's $2.60 Plushes, at $2 a Yard
Whittall's $2.25 Oxfords, at $1.86 a Yard
Whittall's $2 Leicosters, at $1.65 a Yard
Exceptional Values in Good Linoleums
Slight Imperfections in pattern too small to notice.
$1 Inlaid Linoleums, 75c Sq. Yard
$1.25 Inlaid Linoleums, 96c Sq. Yard
76c 12-ft.-wide Printed Lino., 46c 8q. Yard
$3 to $25 Genuine Castellana Marbles
$1 to $10
Figures, busts, etc., in ideal and classical subjects.
$1 Bleached Scalloped Sheets, 68c
Firm quality of sheeting, neatly scalloped ends; slro 81x90-In.
30c Hemstitched Pillow Cases, 22c Each
45x3&-in. Fine grade bleached pillow cosing.
22c Scalloped Pillow Cashes, 16c Each
46x3G-ln. Strongly made; puro white bleach. Second floor
of 191 5 Model
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659 Trunks started the Sale this morning, but choosing will still be
good tomorrow among these:
Style M ci e Stylo M A17 r-f, Stylo C oq en
Deml-Sizn $ 1 0 Full-Sizo il.5U Full-Size $40.50
Stylo H ctjoe Stylo K (tor. en
Full-Size $30 Full-Sizn Joy.&U
Fifth and Main Floors and Subway Store
Rogers' $4 Forks and Spoons, $2.50 Doz.
This Sllver-Plated Waro, from Simeon L. and George H. Rogers, is
in a beautiful Colonial pattern. Many other table and serving pieces at
savings of 1-3 to l-l!, Main Floor
Have the Honor to Present Bcginntng Tomorrow
As an Important Feature of Their Fifth Birthday Celebration
The Paris Fashion Exposition
in which they have again, to a degree without parallel this season, brought Parla to Now York.
The brilliantly successful results of our Fashion Expert's trip to Paris, to securo the Inspiration and
the material for this Exposition, aro exemplified in tlm prpnntafion of
The Most Recent Triumphs of the Great Paris Masters of Dress
Coof Cfxrtiit Jenny J taunt Lancln I'aqutn lUrnard
Dotullltl Doucet Martial ct Armand Ifee liulloz
There will bo Hhown, In n KcttlnR that to wonderfully artistic and unlmu. Dinner nnd Hnll Gowiih, Kulta for Outdoor-Indoor Sportu,
Wraps, Millinery, and other Accessories of Dresi which poriray authoritatively tnu West fashions for tho Winter wiason.
The Costumes Will Be Diaplajed on ,W Mannequin Daily from 10.30 to 12, and 1.30 to 3
You nro cordially invited to nee this, tho loading Stylo lixhlbit of America. Eighth Plow
Copies and Adaptations of Many of the Models
shown in the "Promenade des Toilettea," aro on salo, or can lo specially ordered in thti Costume Salons on tho Third Floor,
at prices ono-half to one-lh rd less than the original models.