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CARPETS
GREAT CLEARANCE SALE,
Ciwlilm of odd pieces and patterns we do not intend
duplicating, In all the different grades.
Some we have made op into
Rl !T. C in various *l*es. suitable for all
l\ U \J kinds of rooms,
with Borders, ALL AT nEMXAXT PRICKS.
<Brtns «t*e of room.)
ORIENTAL RUGS,
Cuumtliix of Antique Irsns. Dafhestans, Shiraxes.
Karate. Ehlrvans aad Anatolians, in two lots, at the uni
form pries of '
; $18.50 and $24.50 each.
In addition, a large collection of
Mall and Stair Strips, Sff^^,
ranging from 8 ft. wide to 30 ft. in length.
Also a few v»ry choice old pieces at proportionately low
rr A Special Sale of
Domestic IrtvLgrs
OX MONDAY Mil.
I.Vi Wiltons. Byzantines, Rarabend* and Smyrna*, in odd
sizes,
to eJo»e out at «+''-'• »aeh.
Balance of our HOLIDAY STOCK of
Fl'RyiTI'RE. CI'UTAIXS. Ac.
at a Great Reduction.
(Open Monday Evening.)
SHEPPARB KNAPP & CO,,
*ri ili *, \r.. I'.jh Jinrt lltb M».
WESTCH ESTER COUNTY.
PEEKSKILL,.
The funeral of Alderman "William Dunphy will he
held this afternoon at the Church of the Assump
tion. The body arrived y««sterday from Colorado
Pprlngs
The funeral of Philip M. Heady will he held at 1
o'clock this afternoon from his late home. N'n. Pl 9
Hudson-aye. Tho burial will he at Shrub Oak.
where Mr. Heady was born, July 30. ML
KATONAH.
ChrlEtmas exercises appropriate to th«» day will
be held on Tuesday evening in the Katonah Meth
odist Episcopal Church by the Sunday school.
There will he. a tree for the children. In the Pres
byterian Church the Christmas service will be held
on Christmas Eve. at 5 o'clock.
Clalrvllle E. Benedict, the son-in-law of the late
James W. Anderson, of Cherry-st., has announced
kit recent marriage to Mrs. Adelaide Jordan.
PLEASAXTVILLE.
The Dominican Brothers, who a few years ago
purchased the former Sherman Park Hotel and
converted it into a monastery. ar« offering the
p!ar# for sale. The majority of the monks and
students have returned to France because of the
•everitj- of the Westchester County winters as
compared with their native cJlrr-e.
WHITE PLAINS.
The Village Board of Trustees last night elected
John J. Brown, manager of the Keeley Institute,
President of the village. Mr. Brown succeeds
Samuel C. Miller, who resigned to take the office
of Sheriff.
Smith Hopkins, of North Castle, has been chosen
to succeed Supervisor Joseph B. See. of that town
in the Board of Supervisors. Mr. See will be
t'nder Sheriff.
The Alumni Association of the White Plains High
School will hold its third annual dinner at the
Elberon Hotel on New Year's Eve.
Judge Lent yesterday admitted to ball Justice
James E. Lynch, of Peekskill. Lynch was an acting
Justice of the Peace, and is charged with keeping
the fines collected by him Instead of turning them
over to the proper authorities.
NEW-ROCHELLE.
The Rev. John A. Kelliier'.'pastor of St. Gabriel's
Tnman Catholic Church (Iselin Memorial), who
was formerly organist of St. Patrick's Cathedral,
has arranged a fine musical programme for the ser
vices on Christmas morning. At the grand solemn
high mass, at 10:30 o'clock, the choir, assisted by
musicians from New- York, will give the new mass
In honor of St. Francis Xavi^r. written by Gaston
d'- Thier. the Belgian composer. in St. John's
Methodist Episcopal Church the pastor, the Rev.
Dr Saul O. Curtice, will read a Christmas story.
and there, will be a special musical service.
Mrs. Mary Sexton, believed to lie the oldest resi
dent of Xew-Rir-belie. died yesterday. She was in
her ninety-ninth year, and had lived here since
1669. Four generations of children survive her.
PELHAM MANOR
The right leg of John R. Bwcroft. who is con
certed with the Century Company, was broken and
be was otherwise Injured her? on Thursday night.
» Mr. B^ecroft entered the stage of the New- York
• Athletic Club, and was bring driven homeward
Athlete -"lub. and whs being driven homeward
/ when the vehicle struck a stone pier under the
railroad bridge and Mr. Beecro.fi was thrown out.
MOT 'NT VERXON.
ColonH Robert Emmet of the Ist Regiment of
the New-York National Guard reviewed Company
B. of this city, at th* armory last night.
The Westchester County Wheelmen "are to give a
ramstrel performance in the opera house next
Thursday evening.
i TRA.VP CATCBmO r4F.« fX PORT CHESTER.
CONSTABLE TREATS THREE "REPEATER" VA
GRANTS TO CIGARS ant> LIQITORS—
HIS FEES JIO SO.
There is complaint by some of the residents of
Port Chester because of the expensive system that
exists there, for riddin« the town of tramps. The
town has twenty-four constables and nearly every
ope of them makes a business of corralling as
many tramps ac he can. For each one. of the
tramps who is arrlgned In court and found guilty
of vagrancy the constable wno makes thj- arrest
receives a f.-e In addition to this a second fee is
allowed the officer for taking the prisoner to the
White Plains Jail.
Th« town records show that in the last year
5.24S tramps have been arraigned in the >.cal Jus
tices' courts. It Is alleged that many of the pris
oners are "repeaters." and that they have no other
occupation except appearing before the local
courts as many times in a year as is possible and
sharing the fees with the constables.
The other day a constable arraigned three men.
They were sentenced to the White Plains .'ail. Later
In the day he brought the same prisoners before an
other Justice under new names and had them sen
tenced again. The tramps admitted that they were
"repeaters." They paid that the constable, who
kept a grocery store, had remunerated them for
their double appearance with a good dinner and
iSnted l^!?^ tObaCCO - H!S ?? ~ a for the da *
"The news of the line treatment accorded the
vagrants has been widely circulated and this
winter there le a m*h to partake of the hospi
talities of the constables.'-' said a disgusted citl
ren. 'Nearly every freight train on the New-
Haven road brings several, ar.d the consta
bles are doing a good business."
It is costing: the town $?.000 or $10,000 a year
Many residents believe that it would be cheaper
to have a paid police department p
K\nrKF.n now\ A\n rorrfd.
HIGHWATSIES IN TONKERS TAKE MONEY. BUT
T.KAVF BILVEH WATCH AND CHAIN.
Another daring highway robbery was committed
in Vonkers early yesterday morning. The victim,
Howard J. Farrell. applied to Judge Kellogg for
a warrant for the arrest of his assailants. Far
rell's home Is In Sing Sing, and he is staying tem
porarily at No. 117 Main-st.. Yonkers. Last night
he escorted a friend to an entertainment, and after
the dance accompanied her to her home, in South
Broadway.
He. was returning about 1 o'clock this morning,
end when near the corner of Hlghland-ave. and
South Broadway, and only about two hundred and
fifty feet distant from the Park Hill station of the
Putnam Railroad, he was accosted by two well
dressed young men.' who inquired the time. Far
re! unbuttoned his coat to get at his watch. When
his coat was open the tw« men set upon him
at once and bore him to the ground. A well di
rected blow dazed Farrell. and he became an easy
victim. The men hastily rifled his pockets, taking
IST In bills. They also grabbed his watch chain.
TkUVI^'VI ""A 4 , 1*?1 *? *£? cnajl > to »>* «nly silver
they left th«n behind When Fsrrel recovered con
s-Mou«n«w be raised an outcry and reported th o
assault and robbery- to the police. He gave an
accurate description of hjs assailants, and as they
¦t» both known to the police their .any arrest £
looked for.
STERN BROTHERS
To-morrow, Monday
Holiday Gifts
At Special Prices in
. Fur and Fur-lined Garments,
Neck Scarfs, Muffs,
Wraps, Coats and Jackets,
Dress Patterns,
Handkerchiefs and Lace Articles
Wednesday, Dec. 26th
First Display of
Printed Foulard & - Wash S.lks,
Cotton Dress Fabrics, •
Embroideries I
and
Ladies' Shirt Waists
West Twenty-third Street
ROME XEWFI.
PROMINENT ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS
AL,BEMARI>E-Rear-Admlral Cpshur. V. B. N.
ASTOR-W. L. Marbury. of Baltimore; Dr. J. H.
Reider. of Mexico, and W. A. Higinbotbam of
Philadelphia. CAMBRIDGE-J. Hopkins Smith
jr of Porland. Vt.. and Ernest W. Longfellow, of
Boston. FIFTH AVENUE-J. M. Studebaker. of
South Bend, Ind. CRAND-Carl Jonsen. of Hono
lulu. HOFFMAN— Edward Murphy, jr., of Troy;
Dr. William J. Younger, of Paris; ex-Senator David
B Hill, of Alban,-; Eduardo Meyer, of London, and
F X Van der Weyder, of The Hague, Holland.
HOLLAND-Major V. Lenox, of Gloucester, Mass.,
and H. R. Mirmont. of Paris. IMPERIAL-Major
A. E. Hepburn, of England. MANHATTAN —
Major J. C. MacDougall, of Toronto. MURRAY
HlLL— Seward V. Coffin, of Middletown. Conn., and
William M. Schroeder. of Cape Colony, South
Africa PLAZA— <". E. Patterson, of Troy. SAVOY
-J B. Allin. of Philadelphia. VICTORIA— CoIoneI
S. A. P. Hammer, of Bethlehem, Perm.; Judge B.
E. Hale, of Tonawanda. Perm., and Major J. E. ,
Van Ness, of Standing Stone. Perm. WALDORF—
William Findlay Brown, of Philadelphia; Lieu- !
tenant-General Nelson A. Miles. V. S. A.; Dr M. |
S. French, of Philadelphia; J. Newton Fiero, of j
Albany; Congressman Francis G. Newlands, of
Nevada; Lord Clonmel. of Ireland; G. A. Burns, of j
Glasgow, and the Duke of Durham, of England.
NEW-YORK CITY.
Enlisted men of the 22d Regiment who took part
In the recent "circus" at the armory are arranging
to hold a masquerade ball some time in January,
which will include some- unique costumes. Cor
poral Hopkins, of Company E, has been promoted
to be sergeant. Company F will hold its annual
dinner on January 7 and a dance at the armory
later. Company G will, it is expected, hold a mon
ster stag at the armory during the present season,
at which the best professionals will be engaged.
The Department of Docks and Ferries announced
yesterday that the salary of Charles W. Stanlford.
who was recently appointed surveyor in that de
partment, will be $4,000 per annum. The salary will
begin on January 1 -
The steamer British Prince, which arrived here
yesterday afternoon from Antwerp, brought twen
ty-flve French and Belgian stalllona and one ele
phant.
THEY WERE MARRIED SECRETLY.
THK HUSBAND. A SPANISH WAR VETERAN.
AFRAID TO CALL ON HIS BRIDE
AT HER HOME.
Guilford Spencer Bucklen. of Mount Vernon,
who served through the Spanish war with the "Ist
Regiment, secretly married on November S, Miss
Jennie Glardon, the daughter of Professor Edward >
Olardon. of New-Rochelle. Miss Glardon. who is
twenty-one years old. was married secretly to
Bucklen because she feared her parents would
oppose the match. Although the bride Is a Roman
Catholic, the ceremony was performed at the
Little Church Around the Corner (Protestant Epis
copal) in this city.
The bride is her father's stenographer and in
terpreter. She speaks German. French and Spaji
ish as well as English. She broke the news to her
father by leaving a note at his office telling of
the ceremony. Bucklen has not yet summoned
courage to visit his bride at her home. He is
living in Mount Vernon. and she is staying with
her parents, at No. 21 Park Place. New-Rochelle.
When Professor Glardon learned of his daugh
ter s marriage he told her that she could always
have a home with him. but he refused absolutely
to receive her husband. When Mrs. Bucklen goes
down to business daily in an early train tier hus
band boards the train and accompanies hip wife
dS Bucklen. 'wtio o is ' twenty-seven years old. is the
son of the late George \V. Bucklen, who was a
piano manufacturer. His grandfather was David
Waldo Bucklen, a veteran of the War of 1812. who
was assistant commander of the old Constitution,
and who afterward served in Congress.
THE LAND ACT IX IRELASD.
BIGNS OF IMPROVEMENT IN THK CONDITION OF J
THE PEASANTRY.
From The London Telegraph.
While there are many roofless cottages, and the |
depopulation of the central portions of Ireland 1b j
very evident, most of those farmhouses and cot
tages which are tenanted show most evident signs
of improvement. Wherever I go I see this. In the
bad old times Pat, if he mad« his cottage decent,
built a pig sty or two, and dreamed of a cow house
—all things which he had to do at his own expense,
for the landlord did next to nothing for him— was
sure to have the agent coming down In the course
of a quarter or two with some such intimation a«:
• Bedad! Pat. this is a tidy little place you're get
ting The rent's too low entirely, so I'll Just give
you notice that it will be £2 more a quarter for
the future." Pat had to pay or be evicted; and he
generally paid, cursing his stars the while that he
had ever attempted to Improve his f&rm.
Mr. Gladstone's Land Act changed all this. These
poor people were given tenant right: that is to say,
they could not be evicted so long as they paid their
rent, and that rent is fixed for them every fifteen
years by Land Commissioners, who credit the
tenant with all Improvements made by him. From
the landlords' point of view, the act was. In one
word, spoliation; for the land was practically taken
from them and given to the tenants, subject to a
rent charge. One landlord complained to me bit
terly that his ancestors had purchased tneir prop
erty direct from the Government under the En
cumbered Estates Act, and had been given an in
defeasible title. For the Government to take the
land away and substitute a small rent charge
seemed to him. and would to many others, a
genuine grievance.
"If they must take the land," said he, "they
should have bought it back from me, and then con
ferred It on the tenants." The property of this
gentleman consisted of many square miles — a small
principality, in fact— but his Income was no more
than that of a well-to-do English farmer. Not a
few Irish landlords. I found, were reduced to
taking in paying guests, but were mostly too
proud to advertise the fact. Ah a visit to these
houses in most cases gives the advantage of shoot
ing, and sometimes of fishing and hunting, I have
no doubt that many English people could pass an
infinitely more delightful time with these sufferers
by the Land act than in Continental hotels or
English furnished apartments.
My friend. I should mention, must have been a
most excellent landlord, for he was no absentee
and during the dark days of 1880 and 18*1 lived at
absolute peace with his tenants. Quite recently
some of these men pushed down a wall of his to
express their dissatisfaction because he had refused
to let them have some fifty acres or so of grazing
land. The result is very interesting. Under one of
the many aeta for the protection of Irish landlord*
he was able to go before a County Court Judge and
obtain damages afralnst the local authority nf the
district, which charged them on the ratepayers
wrongdoers and Innocent persons alike The sum
of ft or so was claimed and duly awarded This
landlord then discovered that. a» the biggest rate
payer, he would have to pay about a fifth of the
damages to himself, while his costs, for none were
allowed, amounted to more than the sum he re
ceived. Add to this three days that he had to
spend In a dirty courthouse. In a small Irish town
and It will be evident that those who committed
the outrage had the best of the bargain
In this connection I have used the term "sufferers
by the Land act. As a matter of fact, apart from
a nominal reduction of Income, many landlords
really benefited by the act. being able thencefor
ward to rollert their rents without difficulty in*
to live in the country without danger to life or
| even f««r of M»ault. «»n«er u> are or
NEW-YORK DAILY' TRIBUNE. SUNDAY. DECEMBER 23. 1900.
SELECTIVE SIGNALLING.
From The Electrical World and Engineer.
Messrs. W. S. Burnett and W. H. Qoodhal. of
Milwaukee. Wis., are the inventors of a device
which permits the calling of any subscriber on a
party telephone line without disturbing the other
subscribers on the same line. The apparatus is
called the multiplex telesig. It Is stated that by
the use of this selective system it is possible to
maintain on one circuit telephone service, station
signalling on railroads, police and flre signalling,
messenger service, etc. In laying submarine mines
any number of torpedoes can be placed in circuit
and any one of them exploded without affecting
any of the others. In hotel wiring it Is stated that
one circuit on this new system will take the place
of the usual network of wires.
INSVITA BLE.
From The Youth's Companion.
Bobby came horre one day covered with dirt an 1
lrulses and trundling a broken bicycle.
"What on earth havt- you been doing, my child?"
£xclalmed his terrified mother.
"I ran over a big dog and took a fall." ex
plained Bobby.
"Couldn't you see him and give him the road?"
"Yes, I saw him and was turning out. but when
1 got within about ten feet of him I shut my
eyes, and before 1 got >m open again I'd run in'o
him. "
"For the land's sake, what did you shut your
eyes for?"
"Couldn't nelp It. Had to sneeze. If you think
you can hold your eyes open when the sneeze
come*, you just try it some day."
If the readpr thinks Bobby's excuse was not a
valid one let him try It some day "when the
sneeze conies."
Announcements
Avoid hairiness, grray hair, dandruff and thin
lockf. by using PARKERS HAIR BAI.SAM.
GRBVE'R OINTMENT makes a healthy skin, TOc.
MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
MINIATURE ALMANAC.
ft]Tir|«» 7:22lSunset I Moon sets om 6M2|Moon's age 1
HIGH WATER.
A.M.— Sandy Hook 8:ll|Gov. Island 8:43; Hell Gate 10:32
P.M.— Sandy Hook B'SRlGov. Island 9:10! Hell Gate 10:53
INCOMING STEAMERS.
TO-DAY.
Va»»«r' From. Line
Prlns Mauri ts Port-au-Prince, December 0 Dutch
Nubia Stettin. November 29 Baltic
Hughenden Havre, December 1
State of Nebraska. . .Glasgow, December 6 Allan-State
Arkansas Copenhagen, December 2...Scand-Am
Maraval Port Spain. December 12 Trlnldart
Bett7 Gibraltar, December 4 Austro-Am
John Sanderson Sunderland. December 5 Barber
Consuelo Hull, December 9 Wilson
Brooklyn City Swansea. December V Bristol City
Moonstone Huelva. December 7
Inchmaree Algiers. December 7* Am A Ind
Kaunas City Savannah. December 18 Savannah
ArdWhen .Rotterdam. December fl
La Normandte .Havre. December 15 French
F.I Mac, . . , New-Orleans. December 18 Morgan
Oliu,4*V •••• Matanzas. December 16 Munson
Louisiana New-Orleans. December 18. Cromwell
Yucatan Havana. December 18 N V & Cuba
MONDAY. DECEMBER 24.
Amsterdam Rotterdam. December 18 Hol-Am
Taurlc Liverpool. December 14. ...White Star
Ithaka Havana. December 18 N T * Tuba
Knickerbocker New-Orleans. December 18. . .Cromwell
Bonos St Lucia, December 17... Lamp 4 Holt
Antllia Nassau. December 20 Bahama
C.-.lnra/lo Brunswick. December 21 Mallory
TUESDAY. DECEMBER 25.
Anchoria Glasgow, December 13 Anchor
Oorglan Liverpool. December 12 Leyland
Laurentlan .....Glasgow. December 13 Allan-State
Alllanr-a Colon. December 18 Panama R R
Altai Port Llmon. December 18 Atlas
El Paso New-Orleans. December 20 Nf organ
Caracas San Juan, December 20 Red "Tv
OUTGOING STEAMERS.
TO-DAY.
Vassal For. Us*. Ma 1i« r\n*». Vessel «lls
Jefferson, Norfolk. Old Dominion 8:00 pm
MONDAY. DECEMBER 24.
Guyandotte, Norfolk. Old Dominion... 8 00 b m
Mlnnehaha, London. At Trans fiisOam
TtTBBDAY, DBCBawBBB 2fi.
Iroquois. Charleston. <~1v<l«. . a-nn-
HI Nnrte.. New Orleans. Morgan;;;;'.*.'. 8:00 ? m
SHIPPING xews.
PORT OF NEW- YORK— SATURDAY. DEC. 22, 1900
ARRIVED.
«8"« 8 "5 l 2f r Cam an la (Br). Walker. Liverpool December
IB and Queenstown 1«. with mdse. 4 9 cabin and 219 sUeT
sir aftTsTm 10 *£?£ H Br ° Wn & Arrived 9 at S;
nfc^mber 1 " fa I^Jh' 1 Pa * sow - Southampton and Cherbourg
SSTSr a? ll t ll h he 2: e 28 I r ni rnatk)nal
n.dirS's.^Sft'^i, WatF ° n ' HU " member 9. with
Steamer H « Meier (Or). Formes. Bremen December 8
Si ?,eh m .^Co a . 8 TXT™ "
be'r t ?0 me ßouro nn BB n ne yl n n ' a • H^mbu^ D«cem-
Btaamar ArabUtan <Rr» Knricht rli»n™. *,~ xr
m£aT d %pe m n ;er. H !-.^ UU MBaM 8 ar ry^c'o b ' r * "^
wtmtm'p eg*? 1 AWA W ph »^«'Phla, with md M to
W?U?a a m e p S n vd^* c^ Pl "- Pr -iden«. with mo.c „
asssi.v.» B iJ?S
master's DepartmenT.^Arrlv,,^ VhJ^ Bar S « fe .' ' QIWII ' P '
light breei»; H»»r P m "Whw^t;
BAILEH.
Steamers Comus. for New-Ch-lram.- m,
more; Kansas C ty. Savliinah- r.,i# J apeak *' Baltl
News; Victoria fßr). Oeno.. 4 " MarVca It ?S2 Ne »l»«
Iberian (Br). Liverpool; HildebVin* rifi °- T. CAlr "" ar - •to;
Wilmington. N .-. md 'o^«^£ d S^' r^V^f 'ii B*"»-B *"»- -
Boston; Nueees. Key We,; and a.rv r. nri : i 1? of M r oi,
barge. Philadelphia; VmbrU OJr, Mvlr IT* 1 =.' Ul ' •*•
Murphy. . H»k!a «Dani r-tL LIVM T>ool; Simon .1
Tampa: St Cuthbert ?B , Antwerp^ f^' \ 1 S rka " ir '
chaster; Rotterdam (Dutch . RoturX.m^ii S. Br>> S a n
cenxo Florto (Ital), .VapleV- P°conlc ?«« -Si Bne : Vln "
Clty (Br). Bristol; Adirondack ton n «,'**l Ex *" r
Porto Rico- Morro Caatle. Havana?" X "" CBton - l>tr : Pon<-»,
THE MOVEMENT O»> STEAMSHIPS
FOREIGN PORTS.
Hunter. Ne*-Twk r »"" a ' ¦"«m.r fhlogo city mt)
•""« Hurst C..,1, it 2:15 I",'" "' rb »™* „n d
N.w-vi.^-pMs:,'!*!;"""' " " b) ' <»"' Wh «'">-
New-York^ K " ArrlvM ' "*•«"' ™» «"M, H,d.,, y .
J^tlnTvfwfYcSr^ I^' '• U^" =*""»»«. USD,
' ¦ 'IVmnocmcnls. „-..¦/':
H-» a°% A H SQUARE
ERA LD THEATRE.
manacskmfnt
Evik at 8:15. Maty. » : :' -"
Xmas Day. W»d. * Sat. _ __ _-^-- r ?"^ N
last la \ r^.
TIMES OF \\\ l^_3
PEKRI-ESS I § \ jL^* - *^
" ~Z^^Z^\ /
\ iL***^*— •""^ Thomas'
-TTv V^ \ *£^ ManterWork.
i\ V * 2>* SIXTEENTH WEEK:
L**^ Jt***~* ij^t hut one.
I Pay Performance.
BROADWAY SSSKTSt "^"^E
Jarob Lift •' ¦ -j_- •jj J_J__lLl — #
J "special < iiufnui MATINEE. I
* TO-MORROW NIGHT
Initial production In New York by '
JEFFERSON
De ANGELIS
AXD COMPANY.
Of an original Operatic Com«Jy.Mitu: ™--|
A ROYAL ROGUE.
BooktTchas. Klein. Music by W. T. F ranch.
Eva Dnveirport. Henry Gorman
A n a 111 nOrero SA coed orchestra seat Me Mat*. Wed".. Sat.
OR ft Nil > Xtrn Matinee ChrUtmni..
U Nil 11 U Howe. ' Popular Wed. Matins. Me* ¦••.
Donman .hompson
THE. OLD HOMESTFAD.
TO-NIGHT I Bijs Concert- U»o. — 25<" — 50e.
TO-lSlOf! I I fAnr^t^wnrt. .TuHan_Roae. others.
CHRISTMAS CONCERT 1
GHHiSTifiS CONCERT 8
r» IHWK DAMROSCH ..Director (X
$ "• • SAT.. DECEMBER 29. AT 2:30. jgj
SJ Carnegie Hall. (t«
1* March from CnriStUS. Liszt: Christmas Songs. »
¦v Ccrneliur: Pastoral Scene from f)
y MenHliih. "Hallelujah Chorus. Jj
3 SOLOISTS AND FULL CHORUS. ft
•3) Ttcketl now on sale at office of Society, $*
§ 388 sth Aye. t.'HJth St... S
SbsjK a^a gtf/m r-assasifflgsaaß asaaa^^^gf
A /~% I Ik 1 X*N E'wiv & 55>th St.
/^ A C? I IV I {\ Sire Bros Msr*.
y^f J^-\ j/_) I I\J y^J Dunne, Pj-ley & Fisher's
Every Ev. at 8:1 S. Mat.n.><3 Satur. and Holidays.
N. pRBTTV Y.\D LIVELY,
|S\i'HK TALK OF
Jf^ 3 Jr-^*S- TH^ TOWN .
> *"*»>O»' ¥ 3 if^*****"*^, SOCIETY VISITS
I You must s *^^ I & M " "
See this \M B 1 JS.
< Great and M MM 1 »^*^
, Only musical s s s^— f W S M*^**>^
SUccesa. \ £ M^9 }>*
Unparalleled Star Cast. ¦ s^ -^ MjL SB
WfLIiIIS EDOCIX. S< «^ 1 /*""3
El>\\ WALLACE HOPPER. / I
t.'Vnil. SCOTT, FAXNIE JOHNSTON. 4
It. K. OK All AM. MAY EDOUIX.
Seats Now on Sale for Xmas and New Tear's.
W. NEW YORK V£h^2Z£L?'
IMMK.VSE OnUPCUT ALL SEATS tzr\
SUNDAY iiUnUUnl (No Higher) OUC.
DIG ALL STAR BILL!!
To-morrow Night & Mats. Xmas, Wed. & Sat. i
¦ New Ppecial Features. Ballet & Vaud«vll>.
Also a New Review by Mr. Sydney Rosecfeld
SS 1 - THE GIDDY THRONG ££¦
ACADEMY SSKSSp
. „ LAST WEEK
JAMES O'NEILL, SSiS*
I'll MONTE CRISTO.
Mat*. Wed. & Sat.. 2.. Eve.. 8:16.
EXTRA
Monday Eve.. D?.;. .11 «t. 0 110 VAHK
The London Production of \£KJ\J V r\Ul*J
CAR XE G I . HALL ¦
Monday Evening, Dec. 31, at BJS.
Grand Semhrich
lOpUtar (LAST NEW YORK APPEARANCE.)
Operatic Mm. De Lara, Ben saude, Rossi and Dado
, OF THE SEMBF.ICH OPERA COMPANY
Concert Sg OKAr«D orchestra.
: Sig. BEJViaNANi Conductor
n wpi-ur "rate- 78c.: $i, 'ii^^g
Boxes. el—. Pin. T;r"k;?s on sale to-morrow, Hon., Dec.
24th. at Hchuberth"*. v? J.'ricn Sq.
l i.*.? Street Theatre, or 6t.n Ay. Mats. Wed. & Sat.
TWO UXKKf O>LY— Ttra Matinee XMAS.
THK BF:>'-.t)K ATI. KCRAI. PLAYS
THE VILLAGE POSTMASTER.
TO-MORROW Xir;j»T— loCi3th PEHFOUMANCE
C^Of !\/P \HJkQ Kiiid>(;r,e Silver
OUvJ VC <MlriO Pi» u a Ctke Knives.
MEXfMBLMOHN KALI..
SAT., .lAM'Afi • r , AT c V. M.
THIRD PIAKC HECITAL.
GABHIUIWfRSH
Peats $1.00 and 11. 30. on sale at <-<\v-.b*rth> 23 ! Union
Square, on and after De.v 24.
EVERETT PIANO USED.
AMERICAN «D ST. ANl>" BTH AYE.
JIATIXEE DAILY I pi,in T
(Except Mon.) 25c. | A< J O I
TO-NIGHT—BIQ SUNDAY COMCBRT. Great Bill.
Bremen. Dec' 2T — Sailed, steamer Prinz Regent Lultpold
(Ocr), Walter. New -York.
Antwerp. Dec 22. noon — Sailed, steamer Kensington (80,
Roberta. New- York.
Cherbourg. Dec 22, 6:45 p in — Sailed, steamer New
York, Mills (from Southampton), New-York.
St Michael's. Deo 13— Sailed, steamer Peninsular (Port),
Bettlnc<wrf (Iron) Ll'bon), New- York.
Porte £l»urla. Deo 22— Passed, sieamei Pontiac (Br),
Brownle»» New- York via Gibraltar for Venice, etc.
Genoa. !>< ¦:• 20— Arrived, steamers Columbia (Ger),
Vogeiß«a-'v». New-York via Napl««: Monl3»m.t (Span).
Morene, New-York via Cadiz, etc; Tartar Princ* (fir), Me-
Farlane. New— York via 8t Michael's, etc
Palermo. Dec Arrived. stea.iner» Poc^oset (Br),
Owen. Venice fc. New- York: 21ot. BolivU (Br). Craig,
* Algiers. D«« 21— Ai.-ived. Bitamer Queen Olgt (Br).
Harris. New-Yorii for Anjer
Macelo, Dec 20- -Arrived, steamer Hogarth (Br). Taylor.
New-York far Santos. .
Buenos Ayret, No* — Arrived, steamer Coronaa (Br).
Smith. New-York via Montevideo.
Pemambuco, Dec 30— Arrived, steamer Otstlian Prince
(Br) Coull. New- York for Rio Janeiro.
Bahla, Dec 19 — Sailed. Eteajm-r Wordsworth (Belg).
Hairby. from Santos for New-york.
Santos, Dec — Arrived, steamer Ragusa (Ger). Bbert.
New-York via Barbados.
Rathlln Island. Dec 22— Passed, steamer Sardinian
(Br). Johnstone. New- York for Glasgow.
St Lucia, Dec — Sailed, steamer Handel (Br), Par
tridge, from Santos for New-York.
THE XTATE OF TRADE.
Cincinnati Dec. 22.— Flour dull. Wheat quiet, firm; No
2 red. 18c. Corn weak; No 2 mixed. 39^4c. Oats quiet;
No S mixed. 24\*e. Rye quiet: No 2. Me.
Chlpflft". ne< - . 22. --The leadlni? futures ranged as fol
lows:
Wheat. No, 2: r>ri»ntn*. Highest. Lowest. Cloning.
December «>*? TO 1 , G»\ "OH
January 7Oi,fi7(l'» 70^ 70H 70H®70>^
May 72T»«p7.T 73 h» 72% ©72% 73
Corn. No. 2: .
December 3R®3SU« U\k 87 Si 37%
January M 80 33 H 33,4
May . . »* &'»% 86H©a5\ as*
Oat«. No. 2.
i Deoemher 21 Sfi21 l . 21»iiS2lH 21 H«2l 'i 21 ST?2tH
January : . : .v.:: 21' iS3 21J, 21H
May 23S 23% 23t» 23%
1 Me»» pork. p»r bbl:
¦ January . $12 22^ $12 22^ Jl2 liH $12 20
May .: 12 12>* 12 m 12 12*4 12 15
i Lard, per 100 Tb:
! December ...... 7 2" 7 2* " 11V, 7 20
January « 82*.i f. S2H M SO « *0
May..... •*> rt «° « 7 W > ePT^
' .-hr ¦! ribs, per 100 tb.
January « 27 9 SI fi 27 V, 6 274
, ifaj .: . . *M t5 37S fi RS «874
Csati quotation!* were ai> follows: Flour dull; aprtna
i iMdUli 14 So patent* $3 -KlflW SB *traiirhts, $3«53 60;
•.>¦!;.'•- patent* &? t^i/ST" 6m>: nr^irhta. $.1 HW 80; clears.
• $2 OC*BW 30: ttftkert - , J: -¦¦ ¦'>-'."•. No S fprir.g wheat. MO
i 71.. .\\ '1 ¦-. ' 7"'j?i'- N't - rum. 375« c; No 2 yellow.
I 37^.' No 2 outs -:¦'¦. ..-¦-•¦.-. N'- 2 whit*. 2r.H^2«Vic;
' No 8 while -4V;<-' ; . X."- - ry* 50 ! jc; fair to choice
raaifriK barley, 52e*Xc; N. 1 fluxed »1 3«; No 1 North
¦Mli m $1 i"" 1 i r'u.r timothj >ceri *4 4«>; cloverseed. con
trH«-i gr»d« »1?HM1O25; vti*\* r-'"'«, P*' »'b'. SU 22V»©
$11 r. r - i.:,., „. ,- 10<: It. |aSoOM9B: »hort rib* side*
loorei' J8 2.-iS?.Vf "«O. rtr> tkltrp * i ildem tbrixiKli. $:>S7ViC
$('¦ .">»' slur. k*» *td»-* d-f'Xril', Jf. Mis<>73; n tilrkey.
baslfi'of h!ch w|b«» $187. Or, v,» rrodui-*. Exolunße to
day ti.i i. ..i;.-. marK«-i w;.t duli: earner!** l.'.'fi'ac;
dalrl"«. 12*jStn-. i »ieen» dull, N.'.all-*.- F»f»» dull:
ftfgh. 2<V.
Duiutl ! ••' 22. — Wheat-- Si 1 hf.rd rash. 73c: L'»cem
' ber, 78\c; May. 77^»c; No 1 Northern cash, 71c. Decem
. ber 71c Ma>, 75Vic; No 2 Northern. <J2Hi3«Wne; No 3
¦ spring, 52Htf39%c. Corn not qnot<-1. Oats, 24\<f24Sc
>Si|vs«uk»"". Wee 22. — Wi;..i: 'leaily; No 1 Northern.
7^._T'7:t. N" 2 Northern. "Off"* 1 ¦-. R><> ftrn», MWl'ic
B»i"i-v «-a>-y: N'i -. • ¦¦•>¦ . ¦¦¦ ¦¦•¦> ¦!•!• . 4"-»i?«s«-.
MtnM«polU, l'»- §!f.^Cloa« — 'A heat— rash, 72^»c; M«>.
T4Bi4\|i July. T.'.ii".'. , on n ¦ h. No i hard. 74Se; No
I Northern. 72*lK-; No - North»rn. ftS^i,iJrtSi»»c. Flour »nd
bran un< linnc« 1
St. Units. Out. 22.— Clote— Whrst better: So 2 red cash,
71c; December, 70%e; January. 71'ic: May. 72^i©72T*c;
No 2 hard ftSSf«f»o. Corn lower: No 2 cash, 34^r; r>»
.»mr.-«i- "t'i ••. Januarj-. MHe: May. .t3s33Hc. Oats
«JU> . N. . 2 .i-a»i". 2*ir: ember. 23c; January. 2»*»i".
May, :iv. No 2 nil.. ;*'»c.
Toledo. Dec. 22. - Wheat quiet, firm; cash and December
•nd January. 7rto: May. 7*- Corn dull, e»sl«r; c«sb.
H« v i^. December. 3fi»4c; May. M%e. Oats dull. steady;
leath and December. »He; May. 25c. Rye. Bl»*c. i>v»r
s«ed qulat, arm, December. «6 M). kUrUi. *«•!!.. OU
unchaAged
QLmneementa j IXmaarmfntß.
! >PHOCTORi
Deroted to Hl(;h fln./cont'nuon* '" .•.'J^^y* "'* Vandrvtllr— A Pollrr E»t«bltVi~l fa tssa,
By V. V. Proctor, Sole Proprietor nml .Itannser. J. Anntln ryn«-«. General Mananr,
23D ST. STH AYE. PALACE. 125 TH ST.
l^.:o to |.» ; «.-. P. M. Broadway * 2Sth Si. 6Sth St i sM Are. » to lOt-t.i p. S.
x™, L-. y w» op«» ,. tSCaiflgSS a-DjrWO^.* taojwo^,.
10:30 A. M. 10:30 A. M. l 2 RO "*
Special engagement of th, *> ART VriOV- ÜBVE " SOCIAL **** WEEK The Cl*vere« Dancte* **
mm — m^—^ mm^— m — 3D thTi;mphavt i evgacemext. (
_ m. t WEEK! 'l -S
four Cohans ST "»^?-^ vs |LydiaYe3 ma nsTihsll THE mortohFl ;
' JEAN MARCEL'S " " *
in Their Merriest Parce. ... Q} fl },j« rV Favorite Character Vocalist MM ASD CLARA
IVina \lflill3rV rr.m-dienne. Assisted by »*•» *» CIARj
"RUNNING FOP. OFFICE j LllMl^ UlttlUQl J FREP j. TITtTS. Acrofiv-I AXD KITTIE
ETHEL. LEVEY, Singing; AND 'panlst ! '" Their Plcturesqrn Sta*
Coon Comedienne: El ' I* MaCVBIOUS BAS-RELIEFS ***
TEL.U Musical Humorist |1, . „ — — ¦" - . | I!VTO> and M«-IX-! THE KALATECHTO
KAI*ATEXTHNO?COPE— New, Rwpro< i uc tlon» of Famous TYRE in "A Dortor'*'. SCOPE with \ew Wo-t
Views. na M ic M.rb^s Patlrnrr . J Mrs ,CAI.; | nX Plet^r.., ST. OXGE
First Appearance in Ameri.-a' Praised by the entire Press KI.EISTS. \ly*t*vlnn* BBO«.. Comedy Cy
of and Absolutely beyond imita- Haraonlariii Kill- lists. A*DEsl*O'<f X«,.
, irtlon^or^nTh's^e X -^- o^ «^- Pie,- y «-.-,...
SISTEBSOIIIEEBS[gP^SStf;i: jiGrapewinSetianci
SISTEBSOaitEBSI . ....?¦¦ tullTlll |Gfapewin.Cliiui^
Wonder. ,„ the H«.hWlr^ I the finhets I CLIFFORD I HUTU ~ ~ 3
Direct from the London Hip- \ * lcl " * '"^- ' w I _______^ __ __.
podrome. Direct from the I^ondon Al- "xncwv -ru-^ir*. •
ZENO CARL. AND ZENO hambra In Their Mirthful Farr'.ealliy. ABO\E THt, LQCT."
Great Aerial U A«; MAKK JOHN KERNELL CHAHLES .. LL > K t.
SIXLIVA.N. ' Mimic Monol- "THE IRISH DEMOSTHE I .IOH\ DOJiOHIE AM» barrel foot i«*sxl#T,
orist; MAY. vocalist. ! rA . KE N T SBMON" i *VTTIE NICHOLS. Ac- UWWWi: CRAKE.
Mu^c^ Comedians: S SjST »•*•«•. Dancer*, Me- M.^elaa, WAL.II.
SAGER AUDGELY F.S-K SISTERS. Operatic CUE AM) DIMEI.S. Tl \M) Ml« HORJE.
rcDTic ,-4Di ICI C Duets; Fields anil Ward. Re- iP( „ h CoroedlJtnstj
GERTIE CARLISLE pane*, wit*-. KaJat^° hno -,3H3iic FOI l; _„ —
In the Rural Farce. "AFTER | t ' Comedtaim. I I) VnQOIQVQ
school." j STALEY & BIRBEGK \ ! o luobftHlo
zazeli. and vernon. w,th .In nimnr I "" ~
S t S :CHARLE9^h Thetr t Great c Transfer- | fILJGE PiEHUE |
LnleySgoTaTa^; THREE DUMONDS i % " "
SlnS' "on™- Trio Parisian Street 9in*ers. ™* ««*d Imitatreu,. COUnt AXD XORTH.
L . ' : CASWELL. AND ARNOLD t- v .v« =• Mnßm *n d Tn "5
„ , . the Clown and Acrobatic BARR * EV ASS, Fair- BI'DD BROS.. Cosale
'irwun V iJ nm . Gtrl; OLYMPHIA ARTIST eeurs; RI'TH .\ELTO, )rrnl>l.) rrnl>l . H%MRir«
TorKe a adams ¦^ A < ggr^ oo * j^ ¦*»"""»' ™™^b?ss£
1 11 " DONKEY: MR. AND MRS. DOeS -
Just -Two Plain Jews. AUGUSTIN NEUVILLE. Harlem. Low..,
PHp« „. iw» _ Farce Comedy B a rgra ln Prices i After- Price,. Afternoon..
"""^rfce^'™' noOn -« t5 * = 5^ H «". * =sc. to *U part,
ny, 25 p. i Dress Circle. 2So. and ."Mw.. ' Box * v parts of house, of hoose. Eventass,
15c: Box Seats. $I.O<>. Seats. 91.00. Evenings. 15. 23. COe. IS. 25, sOc.
Continuous Concert To-Day [Continuous Concert To-Day Continuous taert To-daylGontlniions Consart Ta-Daj
Ito 10i4g P. M. l a till lOi4B P. M. | 2to 10t45 P. M. I 2to lOi4S P. X.
jb^Bt - _rSF Rib ¦¦¦ Ids Iftß ___^^^^^^^
X E I'TTPS
Bq _____«__•_•_¦ tt_l __¦ J*<j| n_a ___v
COXTIXIOfS PERFORMANCE. E. F. ALBEE General Manager.
ALWAYS THE BEST VAUDEVILLE SHOW" IX XEW YORK.
CHRISTMAS DAY <TUESDA i'» OUOR3 OPEN AT 9:30 A. M.
SPLENDID BILL OP STARS FOR CHRISTMAS WEEK:
JFL . G- . 151 Ifi O X^tr LSS
.wnTr.fr.« First American App.»irarice in T * n Tears; in a Unique Comedy Act entitled.
I'Mn^i HAT TROIBLE A TRAVELLER"; •«...» y MRS. R 6. K!IOWU9.
TOM > A\\ \A : CO.i "Pat ami Urn G-nle RALPH JOH\STO>F. Phenomena: BlcYcUst
•»»e'AC X ',J KOl , PK - Russian D«n=*r», KITTY MITCHELL. Lady Graceful of Vaudsnnsv
HlSi>> fITA Ql VRTET. MUSICAL DALE. tl SETTE. WOMAN 1.1 WHTTE. BUKHtPH
SPECIAL. ATTRACTION: SECOND WEBK AND ENORMOUS SUCCESS OF " iuu *" rll «
JOSEPH H^a^-Fta. 1 CARHIE I3E TVT /v T=t t
-. . ' ' - '. . . presenting "DR. CHAUXCEY'S VISIT.**
KOSTER &, BlAlL'S^^^
OCp SUNDAY MAT. TO-DAY— TO-NIGHT cnft v i T r^ l \n^H7t^^^^^^
/iJll D v '- * Lenharr. Pearl Andrews. Maxwell HUH r\ II A D ' LORENZA, I i^J-'
." f ""* ¦ & Simpson. Herbert's Dogs, Juan Caicedo. WWU^ Dandy. HoUoway Trio. Fred Nlblo. Nt(iols
The Donovans. The Blaneys. Meßrtde & Goodrich, Tim Cronln, Sisters. Stella Lee. Mr. aad Mrs. ITnrtsl
v U uJ ringt^- Sharp & Flatt - Blcke " * Watson. Slella Musical Oolbys. Burton & Brooks. OWeffl*
i^ee. tiara Holiday, others. Torn JBsrbtn'. Decs, Addis Bishop, offers.
WEEK. J_J| VJ -B- ±±M Jt* LJ I M B ¦V* m 8— &
EM P| DC THEATRE. B'way & 40th St.
IVI r I n C. Eves.. 8:20. Matinees. 2:15.
LAST 6 NIGHTS. . 8 Matinees This Week.
Matinees Xmas. Wednesday and Saturday.
JOHN DREW in RICHARD CARVEL.
Dec. — Empire Co. In | "Mrs. Dane's Defence."
KNICKERBOCKER, B'way. cor. 38th St.
MAT IDF 1 LAST WEEK.
IVIJ\ ULJJL. \ MATS. XMAS AND SATURDAY.
ADAMS ! ££* L'AIGLON
Xext Week-ADA BEH.M
in "Sweet Nell of Old Drury."
SEATS READY THURSDAY. 9 A. M.
&££„.. CRITERION THEATRE 9n^%. nd
JOHN I EVES.. 8. MAT. SATURDAY.
HARE. I THE GAY LORD QUEX.
Xtra Matinee New Year's Day. ¦
/-k AD D I If THEATRE. 33th St. ft B'way.
La Aril"! I WIN Eventncs at 8:15. Matinees, 2:15.
3 Matinee*. Tuesday. Wednesday and Saturday.
WM. H. CRANE as DAVID HARUM.
Xtra Matinee New Year's Day.
MADISON SQ. THEATRE. 24th St.. nr. B'way.
To-morrow Evg. at 8:20. First time.
hu r * B rce. THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT.
Matinees Xmaa. Wednesday and Saturday.
gTrDEX THEATRE. 27th St. & Madison At».
Lost 6 Nights. Last Two Matinees.
SARAH BEKINHARDT & M. COQUELIN
a?^eSSSSSa? is.. HAMLET
SARAH BKRSHAttDT (Ist Time) as HAMLET. I
Dec. 31— E. 8. Wlllard In "David GarrtcH."
Hammerateln's UiPTfIOU Bx-^.S^O. Mats.2:ls
42d St.. P'*ay*7thiv. fib !U " I . GEY. ADM. 800.
nEGIXXIXG CHRISTMAS SIGHT.
M DRESSLER
And Her Comedians, in
a M if%o mTSIK*NIT" * n<t Burlesque on
M SS PRINN! "L'AIGLOX."
m\tT\KK. SATURDAY AXD NEW YEAR'S. j
»-v m I % '» 4T^ B'way ft 30th... 8:30 sharp
1 lIX I V Dan'l Frohman. M»t.
|_/ /\L, I V_J Matinees aat. ft Wed. 2:15.
"A credit to I The new comedy by R. C. Carton, au- i
Daly's Stage."; thor of "Lord and Lady Al«y" and ;
—Press i "Wheels Within Wheels." j
Lady Huntwartii's Experiment. •
MATINEES SAT.. WED. AND NEW YEAR'S.
LTL T r/-»m—^ il t -\m 4th aye. & 23d st At »:30- [
1 r* I Ij Vl Daniel Frohm&n Manager.
i VLiUJ'* Matinees Thursday ft Sat.. 2:15.
,v TR i MATINEES XMAS ft NEW YEAR'S.
a alii »!• Bit »»CI I « A ROVAI. FAMILY
ANNIE By?S£Ll A royal FAMILY
" MADISON Sftl'AHE GARDEN.
GRAND MASQUERADE BALL
1 the
Cercie Francais de ! Harmonic
TUESDAY. JANUARY S.
Boxes and ticket* at >"¦ ..bhiuse. 24 Wast 2«ih St.. and
principal hotels.
YvVhT k Fields' SIC **'**• 8:1» sharp
nrDCr O. riCIUS HALL. Mat* Tues.. Sat.. 2.
Ptnni F-PIFF-DEE " n<J Bu^'^ues of Oay Lord
iAQISGN garden
I THE HUNGARIAN i FRIDAY, JAN. 4TH
! PEASANT BALL | V^^SSX**
I Horseback. Fur In Hand Driving, Mock Marriage*.
i Divorce* and" Jail in full operation. Tickets at Tyson's.
Rullman. leading hotels
i D I I HI I Bway ft 80th st. Mat. Sat. Bvgs, 8:20.
i D I J UU Tel. 2324 Mad Xtra Mat. Xmas Day.
Last Weeks of th« Rolllcklßg Success.
MADGE SMITH.
i IIAV iBIVIU Act I~Al ~ A br * #x * of good humor.
. illUl Il;nI l;n lit Act ll.— A hurricane of merriment.
; Act III.— A cyclone of fun.
, ! CAHXEGIB HALL. 2Sth Season. lS4kVl«01.
ORATORIO , hViVtW*
SOCIETY - r.SVI- 1 ;, V,Ti'sV? E ,
-^s- THE MESSIAH.
i Wednesday Aft.. SOLOISTS:
i Dec. 2«. at 2. Eopr . Miue. Lillian Illanvrlt.
• t'ontr.. »lrr.. .tlorrls Illack.
Thursday Kvg.. Tenor. Mr. II I » „, , unii, lm ..
; Dec. 27. at ! Basso. Mr. UavlU Hiaphum
i „ Reserved seats. T5 rents to >« •_',<«>. Boxes. <U .• »nd
15. Now on sale at box office.
tnVIXG PLACE THEATRE. This Week. fls»
menclnjr Dec. 2lih. Kvery l»n> .nt .¦: tl> Mat litre
tat pop prices'*. Qoerner's Comedy. H>Kl'-
WITTCIIBX" and ««DII3 7 TWIInGE." Monday
and every evening. First tlms. the rre«t European ' sue
. c*e». "DKH GROSSKACVMAXH.i Newest comedy, la
[ thxe* acts, by W'alther A Stela.
METROPOLITAN OPERA HOI SB.
GUAM) OPERA SEASOX 1900—1801.
Under th« Direction of MR. MAURICE GRAU.
TO-NIGHT inrt&t-
FIRST GRAND SUNDAY NIGHT CONCERT.
When. In addition to a Miscellaneous Concert. Roasiaf •
STAIIAT MATER
will be performed. Soloists: lima, Nordics. Susan Strong.
Bridewell and Schumann-Heink. MM. Cremonlnt Cam
panari. Gtlitert, and Plancon. together with entlr* Orches
tra, and Chorus. Conductor. Mr. Mancinelli.
Mon. Bv'g. Dec. 24. at 7:45 -DIE W.UKDBI (la
German). Mmes. Temlna. Schumann— Heinle and Gadskt-
MM. Van Dyck. Blass. Bertram. Conductor, Damreach
vied. Ev'g, Dec. 28. at B:l3— First production at Met.
Opera House of Puccini's opera. LA BOHEXE (In Ital
ian). limes. Melba. Frltzl Scheff; MM. Saieaa, Ounn»
nari. Gilbert. Journet. Conductor. Mancinelli
Frt. EVg. Dec. 28. at 8-FIDELIO (in Oeraaa).
Mmes. Temina and SchenV MM. Bertram. Blaaa ami Dld-'
pel. Conductor. Damrosch. *
Sat. Aft . D*c. 29. at I.A nOHEMB (la Italian)
Mmea. Melba. and Frttal Scheff: MM. Cremontnl. Cau^
panarl. Gllibert. Journet. Conductor Mancinelli.
Sat. EVj, De»: 29. at S— At Popular Prices— ROMEO
ET JULIETTE (in French). Mmes. Suzanne Us—.
Bridewell. Bauennetater; MM. Plancon. Journet. Sizes and
Balesa. Conductor. Flon.
WEBER PIANOS USED.
W A L LACK'S
3" way & 30th St. Sveninga at 8:30.
Regular Mats. Wed. and Sat. at 2:13.
Special Mats. Xmas and New Tear's.
FRANK McKES PRESENTS
MARY MANNERING
"JANICE MEREDITH"
Dramatized by Paul Leicester Ford & K. E. Bob*.
SEATS ON SALE 4 WEEKS IN ADVANCE!
MENDELSSOHN HALL.
Saturday Afternoon. Jan. sth. at » o'clock.
Saturday Afternoon. Jan. 12th. at 5 o'clock.
Third and Fourth Piano Recitals by
Gabrilowitsch
Tickets «1 and $130, on sale Monday. Dm. Mtb. as
Schuberth's, Union Square;
EVERETT PIANO USED.
MURRAY Htll I* 1 "*- Lex- •? * 42 a St. OTXrw
| munnAi ov . Prices. 35,.. 3»c.. a©,. ,<tfVr!JV>W
QKD TEAR OF THB HENRY lA^ft^r^si
: O . V DONNELLY STOCK CO. K&^&*iS>?Cy
LITTLE LORD FAHHILEHDY.^^^
: ?=?Tsr* REPUBLIC ?
Evgs.. 9:20. Mats. Xmas Day. Wed. £ Sat. 2:13.
: THE SPRIGHTLY ! ss^ss
;«;::: ¦ ROMANCE of MARSAS
MONDAY EVC DEC. S1««T.
VIOLA ALLEN
i In t-irimir Stoddard'a dramatization of F. Marten ©*»¦
ford's Story.
IN THE PALACE -\T. KING
Sale •€ Sent* Flfgins Tomorrow 0 A- M._
MENDEL SSO H X HALL.
Tuesday Afternoon, j . Thursday Afternoon.
January yU^ -J^l 10 . «,.
HENSCHEL
VOCAL RECITALS.
Re«. seats. SI A $1 60. at 3chuberths. 23 Union 9s>
Management Henry WutillMj
| v A WORLD V* WAX New area*
t C rnrM J I CINEMATOGRAPH,
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