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Travelers Insurance Company I
I Life. | Of Hartford. Conn. 1 Accident. I
i CURIOUS FACTS are shown in the report of THE TRAVELERS upon the 15,000 claims |
M paid by that Company last year : |
h I—" I flore than three times as many were injured at home, as there 1
H C XJLV iOXX 4> were on steam railroads and steamships |
3 — . . flore pedestrians were injured than those who rode in carriages ; *§
fif F CL C ~t *S tTt 1
m ! Five hundred and one suffered from something in the eye m.
1 A C C tdetlt Fj ve hundred and twenty were hurt in sports ; ■■«■
•A C C to. et\T pj ye hundred and twenty were hurt in sports ; g
1 in^XXrCLTiCe Six hundred and thirty were burned or scalded ; jl
H mm _ mmm _ mmm _ mm _ mmmmm^__ Two hundred and ninety-nine were bicycle accidents. ||
|j AH going to show that you never know when you are going to be hurt, or how : but S
I that, in any event, it is the part of wisdom to be insured in THE TRAVELERS, the gj
i largest Accident Insurance Company in the world. £?'
1 LIFE INSURANCE ALSO. In every policy of Life Insurance issued by THE E|
| TRAVELERS the annual net cost is positively known, and actual results are absolutely |
p guaranteed. No estimated dividends. A lower premium instead. |
I NEW YORK CITY AGENCY, 31 NASSAU STREET. I
Black Bear handsome silky and durable, extra
long Boas $50 to $;;. Muffs. $25 to $35. Extra
iarge. $40 to $50. C. C. Shayne, Manufacturer,
pet & 42d Sts., near 6th Aye.
Hmnsctncnts.
MRS. OSBORN'S PLAYHOUSE,
4«ih st. near Mil aye. Evg»., &:46. Mat*.. 2:30.
?T 'TUESDAY, NOV. 25,
1 BLANCH RING.
AND HARRY CONOR
FOLLY ■■* CAST
AND NEW MUSIC.
iIIIII CC Q ? UP "' (THANKSGIVING DAY)
II A I I li L L 0 * * AND SATURDAY.
Peats at Hotels at Box Office Prices. $2.50. $1.00.
Telephone 3571— 3Sth. Carriages 11.
WALLACK'S
1 _____^.^_- ■ — . ■ — >*
"Won a signal ni.-.-ess."— Times. j
j "A rharmlng love eton'-"— Herald. J
JAMBS K.
HACKETT
Produces Winston Churchill's
THE CRISIS
MATINEES WED., THIHS. A. SAT.
Facial Matinee Thursday (Thanksgiving Day).
VrHAMMERSTEIN?. 42d ft.. B'way A- 7th aye.
ir run I ♦ E^ at PUS Mat Bat 2:».
" ,m\t thurs ,thaxk*;ivingda^
VIOLA ALLEN
h ROM.I in Hall '*atn» (= dramatization of his novel
THE ETERNAL CITY.
Witn GREAT SUPPORTING CAST.
Incidental Mum. by PIETRO MASCAGNI. ,
HADI PM'^'P 1 ' flA:> - Mets - Thanksgiving day & Eat.
m^-»; MRS. PATRICK CAMPBELL aVrt-r.
liorw* lt«da: THE JOY OF LIVING ."
Dec 1-Emplrf- Theatre Co. in -The Wilderness,
HOME XEWS
NEW-YORK CITY.
f, re. »r,,inn and musical will be tendered to the
Rev. Dr. Pfterp. pat-tor of St. Michael's Protestant
Epis-copal Cbufeh; by the members of the Church
Association for the Improvement of Labor to-mor
row evening at the parish house. Xinety-ninth-st.,
n<-ar Amsterdam-are.
A special farewell service will b« sriven In the
Church of the Holy Communion, at Sixth-aye. and
Twentieth-s-t.. this evening, to the "Workingman's
<'!ub of th- parish. It is called a farewell service
rot the reason that William C. Burkinshaw. the
treasurer of the club, has resigned, after holding
the, office for thirty years. The rector, the Rev.
H«nry Mott.-t. und his assistant, H. F. Taylor, will
officiate at the service.
Alderman Goldwater's proposed ordinance, mak
inc it a violation of the law to keep a dog In any
house where more than one family lives, will come
up for ■ public hearing on next Friday, at 2:30
p. m.
Mr<- Mary Brannon. of No 24 West One-hundred
and-fifth-st.. the daughter of Andrew Grant, a
wealthy builder, of No. 600 West One-hundred-and
fourteenth-st.. v.ho was arrested on a forgery
charge on Friday, and James Brannon, who she
pays is her husband, locked up at the same time,
were arraigned yesterday, she being held in $1,000
and he In SS.'JOO on a bigamy charge.
TEE STATE OF TRAUE.
Buffalo. N">v. -- — Flour steady. Wheat — Spring, noth
ing (loins No 1 hard. Ni', 2 c; winter quiet and weaker;
No '1 rf-d. ,-,r... t;orn Nothing doing. Oatu strong;
No 3 white, :i-.~. No '1 mixed. 33c: No 3 do. 32ttC.
Uarlry, 40g«Vl<-. Rye No l in store. Ssc.
< 'hit-age. Nov. 22. — The loading futures ranged ax fol-
V.'heat. No 2: nine. Highest. Lowest. Closing.
November — — — 74' i 74 -«.
"^cernber 74% 75H 74 1 * 75^75%
Kay . .7.. ;"a ;:.'■. MM »Vi MM
Corn, No 2:
NovemhrT sj!» •"•'> M S5
r M&.VtVz MM IS 55
Aiay 42T*©43^i 4:j>» 42H®4^i 42»i©42!i
Oar-. No 2: '
ualiri 3 »S .11 '» = <fi.-{iiS 30 7 i©3l
Ma;. 31T» 32 1 * 31% 31 "4
HaM pork, per bbl:
January SISS2U 115 •■.-. $15 524 *15 62"i
May 1451'^s 14 67 l i 14 52'/i 14 6714
J-ar.i. per IM n.:
Nt»v«-nit*r ... mm 10 SO ]r>7r. 10 75
l)(C<-ml*r :<>;•■ VU2M t^^7 121 2 «*7.a
January i) 22S » »<• » 22% s» •"-'>
.May ml*. b "0 ••'.'. K7u
.Short ribi>. per 100 Jl>:
January ...... 109 ft 10 h O2Si >• 10
May 7 8214 7 -t ■_■ 7 b'2 l a r«
Oha* quotations were ■- follows: Floor itaadr. Win
ter i^t^ntK. $320&53 4ft*; straights. *;< l<<rj».'f 4'«;
•I**". *- 7- cj*:'. 1<»: spring specials, *» I«>',,J4 -.., patents.
•.■t4<Kij- 70; Ktraights, <2itfi^3 2u bakers' S2O>S?i:7s-
No 3 Kj.rinjf wheat. CS'aT^-; No 2 red. 75674 So i
«oin. Kk-; No a yellow. Jjti^jStt'ic; No 1' oats, 3314< No 2
while. L"JVso; No 3 whit*. lU#Mc; No 2 rye sicS2c;
nod f<-«3ir.g barley. Stic; fair to choice malting. KJf/G^c:
N.i 1 !l=x '. I, %\ 15; No 1 Northwest-rn. SI 23; prime
timothy seed. *-\*»i; c\ovrr <ontract grade. $11. Mesc
I-ork. j«-r bbl. Jlii 1 -7'-»sl7: lard. per li*t It/. $10 7.V?iMii km
»hurt rita ''-'% '••••*«•'• » 2S*J«» *O; dry Baited shoulders
<». .xf-.!i. .»■....! .'•!*•.! 50; shore clear ddea (boxedi ?.> :,i< r 't
|»75. n-birficr. ba,l« of high wines. »i 32 . on th«^Product
]'3xrhane« to-day, tbe l.ultcr market was mm- cr< unerlea
It-fe27c; dairies, IN&23C; cheese, steady Tiei-ceKKs"
firm, fresh 230. . .... " rKS ° l
Dulath. Nov. 22. — «I.xse: Wheat— f'asli \- o 1 turd
TCUc; No I N...ih« rii. 71-.. . No 2 Northeni.' 72S • Vovem '
»*r. 74'*c: Deoember. «»c; May. 74"ic; ma'an/nl Vo 1
'-"» No 2. «7rfi. Dewmfiar. 3>t%cT%t^Tzi be
Milwaukee. Nov. 22.— Wheat weak; No 1 Northern 7««i
M%e: No 2 Northern. TS©»H«J December 7.V* rJ?
quiet: No 1. sPi<is2c. Barley fteady; No 2 'fit}',,-'- iJm
i-1". 336(7^. <V>rn— lxrcember. iic. "-««/»«.. Sam-
HlßManoUa. Nov. 22. — Close: Wheat — December T»«s .
May. 74U674HC: .... track. No 1 hard. 75Uc; No Tvor'i'h'
«-n. 74 V; No » Northern. 7»%c. HourlHm i^tini
UxidClKi: »<*ond patents. SA 7i«<3 tx»: firtt clear. Vi,.\
MS; recond clears. ft »|6 «•■ Bran, in bulk.' $i2ft
Philadelphia. Nov. 22.— Wheat dull and >4c lower- r.m
tract grade November. 76%©71i'4e. Corn ftrm; old" o
yellow, «7<. Oat* <juiet but steady; No 2 white cUdm/
87Hr. Batter dull and weak; extra Western "re",
2*c; do nearby print*. 3Oc. F^gfc firm, quiet; freah nearby'
29-. loss off; £0 Western. 2*c; do Southwestern "aS-%l'.
4', Southern. 2.V Chetire steady; New-York full crSn,*
prim-, -mall. 13^e : ,i v fair to good. small. 12%© 13?"^
rrirae. Urge. l;j&l?,'4c; do fair to good large l"<Afc
lv\. He.-e| t6 -Flour. 4,40r, bbU and 324W0 rh^S
Mrk«; wheat. lUttg bu^h; corn. Um*k. buth; oat. 23 <««
WJaSSbSSS?^!* 3! '°' rt bUEh: corn: IWO * b » sh :
81. Loula. Nov. 22.— T10e*.; Wheat— No 2 red cash
<&mn«rmrnt6
Manhattan theatre
Broadway and Thirty-thin! Street.
HARRISON GREY FISKK Msjianer
Evening, at S. Matinees Thanksgiving Pay and Saturday.
MRS. FISKE
In PAUL HKYSE S drama
Ma^ry of Ma.gda.la.
EXTRA MATINEE THAXKSGIVIXG DAY— SEATS FOl'R WEEKS IV ADVAXE.
PRlCES— Orchestra $2: Flr»i Balcony. $2. JI..V», SI. Second Balcony. 75 and 50 c-nts:
B '»«. $13, $12. ?ft and $7.
BROADWAY * 14TH ST. «O\TI\IOt •* rKRFOIJ M E. F. AI.RKE. General Manager.
ALWAYS TUB BEST VAUDEVILLE SHOW I> M-\\ YORK. "• "
The Rosanw Mtdßrlt. KDDIK (iIKARU and 1 91 EL VI LI, A STETSOV: MI'RPHY * MCIIOLS.
Mlipatinn AthlPtr* JESSIE r.AHDJKB., BRIGHT BROS. ; .V.-GRBAT ACTS - -30
and COMEDIANS. I.EROY A CLAYTOW. |s\\llEß .1 BUCKLEY. PRICES 2Sc. X COc.
BEL^SCO THEATRE
B'way & 42d St. Sole Manaitenient DAVID BELASCO.
Evenings at ft Sharp. K-g'ilar Matinee Saturday!
LAST WEEK! LAST TIMES!!
» " ' ""•• . . . 1 t>
1 SPECIAL THANKSGIVING MATIN El 1
DAVID BELASCO rR E sKNT 8 "~~" :>
MR«.
LESLIE
CARTER
in Hi« Play.
DU BARRY.
Mm. Carter's La«( Performan«"e "at. \ov. 20.
EXTRA— WED., DEC. 3D
DAVID BKI.ASf'O will iir<"«on»
BLANCHE BATES
THE DARLING T % GODS
A drama of Japan in .'> Ht-ts
by DAVID BEX.ASCO and JOHN r.UTHEIR I/>NO.
SEAT SALE .r; XV..K V.. WED., HOY. 26.
ADMISSION. 25c. SUNDAYS.
EWORLD HJI IN WAX.
DEN if i SS EEE E
—MOW TO-DAY
The; Colored Adviii-nte,
BOOKER T. WASHINGTON, j
This Afternoon and livening
The NEW POMERANIAN
ORCHESTRA.
To-morrow Evening and All the Week
DE KOLTA gLml
WrCT TO-NIGHT
¥1 LO 1 ' IH[C[ . : , THIRD BIG
FM n ! 75 - T^ I VAUDEVILLE
L ll LI " • CONCERT.
THEATRF " 25 * 50c
1 llLil 1 I\L TO-MORROW
125 th St.. one block •„ « _. o
went or Sth Aye JOhn C. Rice &
M. R. BIMBERO, Manager. ThOS. A. Wise
/lf~»C \ r r-\ t i m m lt i thft I*»Slilnu Hit
ARE YOU A MASON?
Next Bandar Afternoon. BOUSA <,i^ Tl , ,„„.„..
""■■ I Maryarct May lv "WINCH !i»TEK."
CAII > 13 <; I X II A L 1,.
Wetzler -""" Concert,;
if ulZlul Tu<>s Evg - Uec "■ at s •") -
l-v • Oi-«-h«-«tra. of 1M».
Symphony ■ " H '~ uim
Concerts raoul pugno
mwvi^v I.'1 .' UKA "M». a>...|. ,v no i. b minor;
A """" r: mended
.-.-at* now on sale at Dlt>...n'» and Bos Office.
mi:vi)i:i, ssn ii x i7~\~i7i^
First Concert. Tuesday Evg. Nov 25 at H-I5
KNEISEL QUARTET
•stated by Mr. OSSIP GA3 LOWITSC H
I'roKranimei SCrAIIBATI. Quartet Id <■ shorn
minor, op. 17; A. ARENSKV. Trio for Piano Violin £55
Violoncello, in " minor; " i ™« 1 ». o"^UTFT "in C
minor, op. l\ c
Res. ,~eats. *1.r,0. now at Pltaoß'a. M 7 Broadway
BROADWAY . yist 5/. and
THEATRE X]o HS c"^^ B'<way*
Jacob Lltt. f FISHBB-S \
Proprietor. #900.000 Production \ MATS.
_ . I TUB 1 WED.
Extra I SILVER 1 &SAT
Matinee 1 SLIPPER / " More
Thanh* V " y th<! A "thpr« of M favorably
I nanns- A f recerved
giving \^ »»»»«»
T\ Tlorodora.* "
■isay. — hbraij>.
MURRAY"" 1 Th.,,.. 1., x A. & 42.f!st! ~Zt-tm^ZZ
mU.\RAI Kv. Prices. ?.V. .Tsc.. WV.
Sth year. H. v. Donnelly Stock Co. )K?^~ri~i~~~~^m\
MERRY WIVES OF WIKOSOR.<SgS%S
H. v. Donnelly & Ralph Stuart lit Cast. rTZ...
MENDKUiSOUN HALL. Krl. Art . Nov. u'S. at 3.
venth Hiawatha
Song Cycle I — . „ »
Mr*. Pray, Mrs. Bouton. Mr. Votinu. Mr. Walker
«w. beatg. *l und a 1.30. at Pltson's.
MENDELSSOHN HALL." Thur*. »■».. n,,- 4
■ NANNES qS^
Tickets at Wtßon's. W7 Broadway.
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 23. 1902.
QVmuGctncnis.
EM PI I? F THEATRE Pr adway * 40th it.
1-1111 l Evening*. 140 Matinee,. - .;;,.
CHARLES FROHMAN .... Manager
.1 matin RES THIN week.
WEDXKSOAV. Till RSDAY. SATI/HDAY.
•a Pronoun - . - . ... Herald
"An fnerjulvoi-al Puc<-«-s>>."— Tribune.
<"Tiar!»3 Vrnhman Pre^•nt■
wm. FAVERSHAM
If H. V. E«mo!i1» <ir»at»»t Comedy,
IMPRUDENCE.
P pul»r BtKceai — Evening !'■•.'
'Hig Succeaa "— Evening Sun.
MATS. WED.. TIHHSDAV A SAT.
CRITERION 1 THEATRE, n way * 4«th •'
LAST 2 WEEKS.
XKXT HATINEE Tinnsn\\
REGULAR MATINEE !»ATI RDAY.
Charles Frohman Presents
VIRGINIA HARNED
in a. TV. Pin*ro'» '.r»sti»«i Play,
IRIS
•'FUi-cefP.--.-Hrr;iM "MlHerplec'. 11 Sun
MONDAY. DEC. 8.
JULIA .MARLOWr: "™f,,, X «.
QARKJICIv THEATRE. Ssth st ] near Bw«y.
VJ^\l^l^l^l\. Evening:'. «:J3. Matinee. -.MB.
CHARLES FROHMAN. Manser
:t MATINEES THIS WEEK.
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY. SATURDAY.
MARY MANNERING
In an orlplnal play entitled
THE STUBBORNNESS
OF GERALDINE
ay CLYDK FITCH.
MANAGEMENT FRANK M'KEE.
"Mis? Manncrlnit is the same sweet. lnter»!«tln(|r actress
es of ul<l- arch, piquant, ingenuous, demure, m.-rry and
►weet." — Tribune.
NEW SAVOY THEATRE. 34th m & B'way.
nLIYV JfWKJI KVjs. S:2O. Matinees =: i 5 .
CHARLES FROHMAN Manager
'A MATI.VKKS this WEEK.
\VF)I)\KSDAV, Till HSUAV, MTIRIMV.
"A Notable HucceM "• ||eral<L
CHARLES ITIuIIMAN I'RKSI.M
ETHEL BARRYMORE
In Arthur Uw's (.'omcJy, Entitled
A COUNTRY MOUSE
Pr»-ce>«le«| by "CARROTS."
MISS RARKYMORK IN B<»TU PLAYB.
•One of the few nleajiant events of the Mason.*' — Journal.
MADISON SQUARE ' ™: :ATF^ ir „.
CHARLES FJIOHMAN. *.....'.' ' Manager
Ki-enlnßs. 8 o'clock, UatlneM, 2:15.
TO-MOHIIOW iMIIMIVVi KVK\I.\G AT R
EXTRA MATIN BE THANKSGIVING DAY.
Matinees Thur* ft. Sat. Next week: Wed & Sat
LIKHLER * OO'fi PROPUCTION OF
AUDREY,
BY MARY JOHNSTON.
Dramatized by Harriet Ford anil K. V. n...i<iin«tr,n
TUB (AST IM-1,1 DBS
ELEANOR ROBSON. JAB K. WILSON
BKLENK JOHNSON, FREDERICK PERRY
A '!-\ J'^'VKn FORREST ROBINSON. "
GARDEN THEATRE a:
CHARLES FROHMAN ™ .Manager
LAST « NIGHTS.
MatiiK'!- WeaneNdio-. Thursday and Saturdai
MBS" LE MOYNE
In «l<-n MaeDonougrh'a Play Kntitled
AMONG THOSE PRESENT.
TUESDAY. DECEMBER 2,
Mr. E. S. WILLARD.
l\2s THE cardinal.
Matinee, Thursday. Dec A— I>AVID QARRICK
KNfCKERBOCKER WkV^^jHTT
Al* lIAI3IAN A- *.O |»n ( il>mi.-'r/-.r>li
EVENINGS AT 8, rKKriSEIA.' ' 'matin^ks at (
LAST WEEK. »-AKT MATINEE
l-/^O I VV C. C. l\. SATt'RUAY.
%n LAST 8 PERFORMANCES.
XTH Ai ?I>V » KEK E THANK J*GI VI KGX G D A V
CHAHI.ES I KoIIMAN PRESENTS "- ,
WILLIAM
GILLETTE
Positively Farewell Appearance Here, an
"SHERLOCK HOLMES."
Saturday Ni ht Positively " f"
j Mr. Gillette's last appearance. |
M0n.1.i,. Dee. I. Seal, on ' Sale. Wed •» \ M
MR. N. C GOODWIN AND '
MISS MAXfNE ELLIOTT
In -TIIIS ALTAIt OP KRIEMJSIH V
By Madeline Lucptte Ryley.
AMERICAN sI-:l^i.«T»s l- :l^i.«T» avk.
Mat. Dnily fexcept Mon.). 2.V. | KIDN MMM-'ii
TO- I G H T Janiea Rich uVnroy! Msrl-
TISD MARKS' DIG , I -V tv §u.r"tVe ne^ a^K "
concert. ««*« ( £^vS^^s:
icmr. : t«uo. The oroat Huatey, etc.
3tnnsemcnts
Hr DA I n so THEATRE.
L. H ALU tbuephonb 7i«— ssth.
Evenings. 15. Matinee* 2:13.
Special Mat Thursday, f^ast Mat. Saturday.
POSITIVELY* LAST WEEK.
Mr. MARTIN HARVEY 1^ Bl '
THE CIGARETTE MAKER'S ROMANCE
Preceded by ■HOI <.XT OK I/ISLE."
Special— Seat Sale To-Morrow
for Ecsagemenl Beginning I '•»<*. Ist.
MR. HK'HAKD
MANSFIELD
JULIUS C/ESAS
ZITTEL'S TONIGHT
UMUI II U I Shuhert. Props. J ~\
Telephone KO2O ;{Sth. l^ \
Messrs.- Sam. S. Shul>ert and • >4Ls
A THE MUSICAL KIT! /fiUjSa
CHINESE -SSr ' $W^i
HONEYMOON
Best with niKKest O'WAV ! I Want id B«
«hnw the Duslness on O HH I a udy.
RK« MATS. WED. A SAT. "
SPECIAL MATINEE THmsGIVIMG "AY.
nnmnrnn »wuv & s;>m s. & Lee
PRINCESS / 29th St. ; &£?
rnillULOO Evgs.. S:«». Evans. lessees.
Sam S. Shubert • Manager
NB. VVEEGQN pSSHitfl '
An.J his entire VS'Kllsh Company. In his
GREAT LONDON SUCCESS.
THE NIGHT OF THE PARTY.
Under the Direction of Messrs. Sam S. & Lee
Shubert & D. V. Arthur.
SPECIAL "MATINEE 'THANKSGIVING DAY.
MKTHOI'OI-ITA> OI'KHA HOI
GUAM) OPBHA- SEASON 10OU-11MKI.
Under th* direction of Mr. Maurice Gran.
Opening Night, morrow, Monday. Nov. at 8.
Verdi's opera. OTEi.LO.
Mmes. Emma Eames. Louise Homer; .Messrs. Alvarei.
Seoul. Journet.— Conductor: Mr. Manclnelll. .".l".
Wed . Nov. 26. at B— TL. BARBIERB DI SIVIGIJA
Mme. Sembrich; Messrs. SalUnac. Ed. do Reszke. Cam
panari. Qlllbert. — Conductor: Mr. Mancinelli.
Thursday Evg.. Nov. 27 iThanksglvlnK Ntrht). at B.^-
Extra Performance. All 'A — Mmes. Kmma Eames. Lou
lt« Homer: Messrs. De Marrhl. Scottl, Edouard. do Reszke.
Journet. —Conductor: Mr. Manclnelll.
Frt. Bvs.. Nov. i!* at ". — LOHENGRIN, Mmea. Gadskt,
Schumann-Heink; Messrs. Anthes (debut*. Blspham. Muhl
mann Ednuard de Reaili*.— Conductor: Mr. Harts.
Saturday Matln»e. Nov. 20. at 2 —LA TRAVIATA. Mme.
Sembri-h. Messrs. De March I. Seoul.— Conductor: Mr.
Manclnelll. •
Saturday Evg.. Nov 20 at B.— At pop. prices. — CAR
MEN—Mmes. Seygard, Krlul Scheff; Messrs. Alvarez.
Joumet.— Conductor: Mr. Klon.
Seats now on sale at BOX OFFICE and at BOX OF
FICE 3 RATES ..t T>»on & Co/8 principal hotels, and at
Rullman's. 11l Broadway.
WEBER PIANO USED.
METROPOLITAN OPERA HOUSE.
THIS SUNDAY. H:ls.
DAMCL. FROHMAN'S ITU & LAST CONCERT.
A A
j PEOPLE'S CHORAL UNION. I
I 1,000 VOICES. I
,4, , *.
FRANK DAMROSCII . .. Conductor
Also WALTER DAMROSCH AND ORCHESTRA.
FHANNAH CUMMINGB, OWYLM MII^ES. riolol»t».
Prices >>r to Sl. .'•(i. a' Nit otti.-e. l>it>^n's. hotel*, etc.
EVERETT imam - USED. - ■■ ■ —
DAI \/ * Q B'way i 'iO At «:10.
r\ L I 3 D.XNIKL niOHMAN. Manager.
MATINEES WEDNRSDAY. THIRSDAY ft PAT.. 2.
TIIIKD MONTH
of th« Mir-.- Musical Com«4y
A
COUNTRY
GIRL.
< . . . >
SUCCESSOR to "fAN TOY" A "RTNAWAT GIRL ."
Trll'rlSl W DEC. 4. AFTERNOON RECITAL
■ >n»||. «AI!RILO\VITSCH.
CARNEGIE HALL
WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, N ? v .v,^
First Recital of
llslctan!
The i.rrm Roh'-mlnn Violin Virtuoso.
Mist* .n i.rK (Ji;vi-:r Solo Pianoforte
MR. FRANZ BPINDLEK Arccmran!™
MANAIiEMKNT <>r RMVM.r ARONPON.
B«ati .ir. 1 Boxes at i*arn*gl«" Hail. Dltjon'*. Tyson's
■■• '. McßrtdV*. Price", T.V . $i.n«v. $1 .v> *?(■■>. Bnx«s.
115 00
THE WEBER PIANO CTgSP.
CARNEGIE HALL.
WEDNFSDAT NIOirT AT S is. NOV. C«.
PHILADELPHIA
FRITZ SCHEEL. nnrmrsiTTJ a
CONDI CTOR. *-* - M C'::»C ' :: » A A.
its FIRST CONCERT IN NEW YORK.
SOLOIST,
THE EMINENT RUSSIAN PIANIST.
MARK HAMBOURG.
Mm aw>»»rance slcc his return to this country.
Tickets 78c "■' 11.60. At Boa Office * Dltaon't, S6"
B'wa! Knabe- Piano.
PHILHARMONiCSgigi^jy
1 •»•»_•— v t> -llrst s..n — IlH).t.
> WALTER DAMUOBCH . romlurtnr
>up]>le-in.-utiir> Nnharriptlon Male.
For seven «.fternoon 01 s^ven •venlng copc«rt». He
ginning Mi-«ntiri\. Nov. -4th, at Carnegie Hall. Boa
Ofn«-o open daily from '•• to 5.
IIJI.IX I". LEIFELS. Secretary.
MENDELSSOHN M.M.1.. Tues«. Aft.. Nov. 25. at 3~
FREDERIC LAMOND
SECOND PIANO RECITAL
Management ...... HBNRY WOLFSOHN.
Ros. Seats ff !.«»«> and 91 .00. at Dlt*on's.
M.i -..11 .v llauillii Piano used.
MENPEtSsOHN HALL Wed. Aft.. Dec. 10. at 3.
RAm PUBNQ
SECOND PIANO RECITAL.
Management HENRY WOLKSOHN.
Seats 91.00 and * 1 ..".o. at Dltsoa'a.
THIS BALDWIN PIANO USED.
} SYHPHONY CONCERT
♦ ■ For Younn People. «
I - rnnk DnmrcH-li . 11l r.-.1..r .
♦ Saturday. Nov. 29, at 2.30. t
I Pracranmw: Overture, "Kuryanthe." Weber- Con- *
T certo. Chopin; Ballel Mualo, ••Orpheus," Gluck: I
' Intermeixo, Brahms; Rlnaudon. Kaff; Valse in V.
, flat Rubincteln: M » rch » Mllltalre. Schubert. I
! ""oloisti O>sll* :
i GABKILOWITSCH t.
j MUSICAL ART SOCIETY I
1 KII A? K DAMROSCn Director <>
T Two Concert*. Dec. is, MnrVb la : I
1 Tickets on sale ..I „rt!., of Musical Art Society and ♦
I at X"x Office. CUrnegle Hall. f
9~~9 ~~- -'* ~^*ZTIT +
KNABE HALL. : "
CHAMBER MISli- i'i'iNi'KßT
BY MESSRS.
FERDINAND aqd HERMANN CARRI,
TI7KSPAY EVENIKQ. NOVEMBER 25TH
A C A D>- F M V ««h OK 'MUSIC.
B. <. attanora .v- Eocene yomn^tni i»rn,,,. * il(tr,i I(tr ,
MATINEE Ttl.WKsiilviXii
I- rank McKee 5 Wonderful Melodrama
THE NINETY AND NINE
TIIK sill CROWDED WEEK
rrlces. •.•;. Mi 7.-. 1 l»i. Mats. We.l. & Sat 2. Eve. Slo
CIRCLE THPATRF
OVENS WED. BVG. XOV/«TrTH
ARISTOCRACY.
prices li \ ! ; < Sf ;.,:'"■ Var<lV ar<l u^'V'; 1 ;^
SIMMIAL MAIIVEE TIIAMi", JviM; '
Change of Bill Weekly/ Seat^ n'm- ™ Vale
bijou" ISsSfSSiFi^^
l^ir K e and Delighted AudlenteJ Nlyhtly->i "
MABELLE GILMAN
m THE MOCKING BIRO
n\iMii>r oi limn ;«"
WEBER 8 FIfLDS' l!A^~^F«S;;
IMrn Matinee iThnm.i I liniiksi.i> in flnV
H?3fej TWIRLY-WHIBLY.
and Burlex^ue, "HUMMING BIRD AND ONIONS."
Sterin Brothers
are showing new and exclusive styles of high- i
Fur & Fur-lined Garments
Made from the most desirable class of furs
And in addition will offer to-morrow
Another purchase of
Persian Lamb Coats $o- r\r\ iia n n
extra quality, blouse or double-breasted, O...UL', 111 J.VU
With Baum Marten or $fl2~ AA fl ef\ aa
Chinchilla Collars and Reveres, lOO.VU, JOU.UU
Scarfs Muffs
ALASKA SABLE, $12.95, 15.50 $7.95, 11.25
SQUIRREL, $21.00,' 32.50 $14.75, 24,50
BLACK LYNX, $16.75, 24.50 $18.50, 25.00
BLUE LYNX, $24.50, 28.00 $21.00, 25.00
And a choice assortment of
Misses' and Children's Furs
EXCEPTIONAL VALUES IN
Women's Tailor-made Suits
of Black, Blue and Brown Zibelines and Oxford Mixtures.
Blouse Coat, interlined, trimmed with Panne Velvet and $">£) £?A
fancy braid, entire suit silk lined throughout. at *V.3U
Real value $45.00
Important Reductions
in high-cost
Imported Dress Fabrics
A large collection of very desirable ) r\ir
Zibelines in Plaid and Mixed effects. f v3 c
English and Scotch Homespuns, V Si A "
Cheviots, Covert Cloths and Whipcords. ) 1.45
Formerly $1.50 to 2.50 yd
And in addition
1 enn Vric * Imported Wool and Silk & Wool Poplins XCc
i,ouu 1 us. ', in the neW t colorings and black ©3L3 L
Value 95c and ft. yd.
Dress Patterns For Holiday Gifts
All Wool Fabrics in Fancy Mixtures, Plain Colors and Black
at $2.75, 2.95, 3.15, 3.45 and upwards
Infants' Outfitting Dep't
Long and Short Dresses. Caps, Bonnets, Sacques, Afghans, Veils,
Bath Robes, Wrappers, Pillow Cases, Long and Short Cloaks
Imported and From Their Own Workrooms
Also to-morrow
SHORT DRESSES. ,- c EA = 2 „
in sizes from 6 months to 2 vrs. OC? , CU, JO 9 }fa
FRENCH HAND MADE DRESSES. $2.45, 2,75, 3.50
Linen Departments
. A Recent Importation of Hemstitched
Damask Dinner and Lunch Sets
in new and exclusive designs with Tray and Tea Cloths to Match
Hemstitched Sets
consisting of i cloth 2 x 2 yds. 2 x 2}i a x 1
and 1 do? napkins. $8.50, 12.50, 9.25, 13.50, 10.50, 14.50
Hemstitched Tray 20 x3O in. 36. in. square 45 in. square
and Tea Cloths. Each 45c. 65, $1.15, 1.45, LOO, 2.45
LINEN HUCK TOWELS, $~) n~
scalloped and hemstitched, Doz.
Also a large collection of 2x2 yds. 2 x 2}i ax?
DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS. 1.75.2.35 2.15,2.90 2.62,3.50
NAPKINS, to match J * reakfaßt si "'* Doz - $ *-75, 2.50
I Dinner size. •• $2.50, 3.65
Girls' .> Winter Apparel ->•» Misses'
Most Desirable Styles and Materials
GIRLS' RUSSIAN LONG CLOAKS, blue, brown, green or
red heavy zibeline cloth, black braid trimming, «— -p.
with belt, 4 to 14 yrs., Value $io.«»o * J •€>\J
GIRLS' NORFOLK SUITS, fancy mixtures or plain
blue English cheviots, plaited skirt. $11 «7B
jacket satin lined, 12 to 16 yrs.. Value $16.50 I 1 •JO
MISSES' WALKING SUITS, heavy navy blue or black cheviots.
or mannish mixtures, jacket, interlined and lined cltc 1t - f\t\
with taffeta silk, 14 to 18 yrs.. Value $22. so 1 J5-UU
MISSES BLOUSE SUITS, broadcloth or cheviots, coat velvet
faced, taffeta silk bands, interlined for winter, new gored c 1 f\ <*] »
skirt over silk drop. 14 to 18 yrs.. Value $26.50 V./5
MISSES' FANCY NOVELTY WOOL WAISTS. c^> Ag
with silk stripes, 14 to 18 yrs.. Value $4.00 **•¥&
Lace Curtains >< special values
IRISH POINT, Pr . $2.95, 4.50. 7.75
Value $3.25, 6.00 and 9.50
POINT ARABE, Pr . 55,50, 10>s0f %2 M
Value $7.35, 14.00 and 16.00
RENAISSANCE. Pr . $10.50, 18.75, 25.00
Value, $12. so. 22.50 and 27.50
Bed Sets, IRISH point. Prp r $3.00, 10.00, 15.00
Upholstery Dep't <* F ™o£
Striped and Embroidered Velour, 50 in. for draperies, $2.25
Formerly $2.95 and 5.25 yd.
Cotton Tapestries, so in. for coverings, $1.25, 1.75
Formerly $1.75 and 2.55 yd.
Silk and Cotton Tapestries, so in. for coverings, $2.50, 3.75
Formerly $5.50 and 5.25 yd.
ARMURE CURTAINS, corded, p r . $3.95 6 25, 9.75
IMPORTED TAPESTRY CURTAINS. Pr. $6.50, 12.23, '1 7^0
KING'S BEST SCOTCH HOLLAND SHADES
Made to order. Estimates submitted.
West Twenty-third Street
14lh St Thpatrp . No WEt) - MAT Saturday
Itlll 01. llieailt,.- R» K ular Mat. Saturday
EXTRA MATIN: THAN'KSQIVINO DAY.
LAST 3 WEEKS.
KAREW 'KM, I'RKKt'KMA.NfI -«„ c r.lii > . Deo. la.
Mil. (ll>l\l | In his l*st play.
OLCOTT I Old Limerick Town.
"Oloott'M .\«"«- Smmmm ■ 1.r.ul SiMM-ea^.**
IIIVIXO M.ACE THEATRB. Ev'n at S-'o.
I, AST WKBK! Every Evenlmt * Sat. MiUn-e and
THAMvS<a\IN«; B.\TnA MATINEB at 2■2 ■ P &" •
rS&SM : i;r-V "ALT. HEIDELBERG."
Tu»«lay. Dee. 2. Doczi f » Comedy. "DXX KISS."
dmngmcntg.
DMOTfID'O Continuous
I HO I Ulf 0 Performance.
' 14TH ST.. BET. 3D* AND 4TH AYS. . _
DAY AND NIGHT, FROM r;:3(> TO 11 P. M. 3£*&^
ANl> Ml I'KNTS. MR. ANV> MRi=. MARK MIRPH I *
NEI-HO.V I'lilligCßS 4. IRVING JONES. UVESW*
.TOMSON. I. EVANS I!.OTr> & LILUAN WA i£Sss
KARL &- WILSON. BROOKS BROS.. HARRT THOMP
SON. THE GRAHAMS.
NFW YORK THEATRE. W 7*l. * * s *.!i"
SpwW Mat (net Tharjdav. POPl'l PRl jjs^i
OrUtnal Cast. "SALLY I> Om-AtLET. 11 _
'f O--MGU'I^RICI2'S ! SUXDAV -FOfJ* \>V >

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