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/tf// Opening
Carpet Department,
Commencing Monday, October 3rd,
and continuing throughous the week.
OUR New lines in Wiltons. Axminsters, Body Brussels,
Wilton Velvets. &c are the most extensive we have ever
placed on exhibition, they comprise exclusi%e private de
signs and colorings, suitable ior ail grades ol furnishings.
Speciat Inducement.
On this occasion we will offer the following standard goods.
Comprising Patterns
which will not be continued by the mill.
The usual means ot disposing of dropped patterns of Car
pets are January sales; we propose selling them now,
hence the following prices :—: —
Best Quality
Wilton Velvets
at $1.15,
formerly $1.50.
Also a Limited Xumber of
Patterns 0/ Boay Brussels at gjHc,
formerly $1.50.
Lord & Taylor.
Broadway and Twentieth St., Fifth Avc, Nineteenth St
TRADE 15 CHICAGO.
[bt TELXGRATK TO mm
CfclcMX. Oct. l.—Tixer': was a g-er.era' Am to
bur cometfelnc to-day. It r*rvadfd th« grain pits
•ad «r«s rarppart la bbbvM BretTtUas closed
at more or lesa lmprov«^.rr.t on tne final prices of
the Cay before: December wheat nt '. advar.c*.
corn **c anS oats >«c to lie. Prcvisioc? shewed
from 20c to 2c gain In pork, from 7"«-c to 15c In
lard, am! from 6c to TV: ia rlba.
Wheat haS a culet start at eos« reductitjn from
the prcneus day's dasBBJ prices, and most of the
early news was bearich. The principal farter was
the tl« Northwest receipts, A report, waich ortg2
tate* with a le&dlrx cash erain house on the Con
tlncnv stated that the Russian wheat crop this
aeason ta between E6.M0.000 and 55.000.ii00 Quarters.
er 448.000.000 to CtOOO.TO bushels, compared with
78.47C.wX flaartera. or CJ .TSO/XK bushels, last year.
The market turned for the better on receipt cf this
report. Easiness was rather light, ar.d chiefly of
a local professional character. December closed at
SI 32%. siter se.Ur^ as hist as SI '- : « ■»• as lew M
SI 13"%. The ranee cf Hay wai. fronx iz ::- to
a isv c!o«'.r. g at Z. :3V
Cera tai a bjbjbi start. ar3 for ■ few minutes the
tone was Bossewaat Is favor cf a elisht d»clir.e: but
tt ebAar^ In the course of the day. and the Bar
kct exer&sed firs and sosetrhit ÜBjhav for the
■jnaMr Part of the cay Local receipts were I*3
«mra. cine of which were contract. Shirtn*ata
from Cblcaro were 36,'j00 boanela. Estimate for
Moßdara receipts r-ere ITT cars. I>c«siber closed
at the top price of the day. 4S'-ic: the lowest was
4w%c May followed, closes at the top. 43c; the
lowest was 45 s *..
Oats ruled fair. a go<-i <2en2ar.<3 by cash houses
win. Elevator people were the best buyers, caus
tec the Cnar.ess. Selling was scattered, the de
jnanfl for cash oars in the cample market advanc
j-j Vie. BSBBIBti were ISO cars, cf which -- were
•or. tract, ard of the earse srade bushels
were taiien :ron unlicensed elevators. Shipments
from Cblcafo were IS.^'iO bushels. Eatirsates for
Jlocday. IST cars. To the bids sent to the country
last nift:t there was hardly any response. The re
eatrtas hotrses for the meet jart got nor* A.l
Chat corld be iesj-d cf *is cr.e car.cad from Dcs
Uea«. Decen-.ber closed et tic, after sellir.g as
blsh as O-Hc «.'c as low as SIS'". The range of
)Uf was from ZZ 7 *? to SCH^. ciosing at ZS^c.
Tha frri^P run cf hog? at the stockyards. 7,000.
a*alr.sT aa sada cf MOO. caused a sr.appy de-
BBBBd Cor provisions, chiefiy perk and lard from
aborts The outside trade showed sorr.e improve
iseist. but Ftill is very light. Cuiahy and Armour
are report? to have b^en sood buyers cf October
pork. Octoter went vp Sic, to $11 £3; December.
also " good demand by the packers, touched SHOT,
a rise of lie. and January sola up from J^> I 2*& to
TL SO. There was an advance cf from 5c to 10c in
lard. October touching !i£, Deeerr.l^er. JT TQ, and
• asuary. IT E& Oetoter ribs held around JT TS
as.d January arounii J6 SO.
DO YOC DINE OtT?
Bs»e«al &eetanrant« that offer t-mptisr dinners are
ts aar std»titlscJ anionc sea **Uttl« Ads. of toe
■waatar
MAKTWi: DrTELLIGEIS'CE.
■sVATCSS ALMANAC
■BSTtaa f:M •■-r.-et S:44:M»n • —i MSSSVooa'a a?- 3
HIGH WATER.
alf <lan<y Hios: J2::y Ul.U 1 . 1.- land ... He!! Gate 213
y.U.— ctr.y Hook li:*T,Guv. IsU.aa l.til,He:i Gtie S.^
INCOMING STEAMERS.
TO DAT.
Viaiil From. D ne
•Caui:.:«- ■ ■ .Bartu Se;:emr»r 2S t'lornaa
fat/1 ■...■■»■. il«11 Juan. *<-p!eir.!.#-r 20 ...V T i P R
•Oaotiia. . . stOßfvMeq. arpt?n:i*r 3 Norton
Auna I ains, beptertiijer 5 _— -_
Ciara «..St. Miccael's, Stpters:ber 20. .. .
Arkansas Cror.stadL sirv'.txzwT 10 me Am
Haulco .- Huii. tveptenil*r lv Wilson
LJncluileii... Bsjsdta. September IS
E3 U'-tom. New-Orlcau. September 26 Mo-|r«n
Brook r. Ctty *"■*" ?*ptenineT 13 Bristol city
I"'i txair-ar*. Aiaier:» September 16
TYickM. burc-aujc. September 37. .Fuach. Edye
Frutera Ksrgsitcr.. HeptemijeT 27 r; jr ooo o
Giuua Navies. SeptetEhfr 18 Austrian
Oscar H... ' : ■*•*■ «nsaa<! Septenr.ber *:ana-.A.T,
li»je» Breaien, S«rptejm«r 22. X G Lloyd
5'j e8^...............AH1cTa. <^itcit»er 1*
siondat. October 3.
•RottertMS. Rjtte:dam. sep:erot-?r 24 H. Mb
•Mara--aitto J-a Gut;«, September :i« fied !■
•SSb.na. Kmauton. ?*p emuer 2^ tilas
*7eeia:d AatvirtT). *>yt«-!2jer 2* Re<J tt ir
•TrtßidKi. Hern-uS*. OctSMr 1 Bermuda
•l.naoapoiS* L*-adin. BSjSaariM 24 At-Trac»
/r.eM ;.ia- G-iisow. r«-p-m «r — An. rur
£J D*. Gai»e tea. t«pteirL«- 27 Sl.f.an
Oosaae Xf»-Oriean£. .Seju.ir.bcr 25. . . .Morjcn
TCESDAT. OTOBEIi 4.
•K. TT. «er Gross*.. Brejaen. September 27.. V G Un-rf
•t-unetaa. fata. Se?t-z=:ber 27 ""
•Al.uaoi Ocloa, Serteinaer 3S "Pa-ajr'a
■"■"■ n Bremen, ceptetaber 2* V g Lcvd
Ocn-*i». ...... Calv««ttjß. September 2V..."...5iai;-jry
•iirlas» mail
OUTGOING STEAMERS.
MONTfAT. OCTOETR S.
Vessel T^- , L:=«- Mai da*. \^Tt l
Exma. JadanavU-e. C^-iie s*o pm
FYJtaasa Aaae, Ncrtolk. Oil DomiEion. 3M>pm
TT.TBBDAT. OCTOBER 4.
Kaiser *%■■ T i Br « ■ G L:cyi 7:SO amII m« ■
Yucatan. Colon. Paaaaa SJOam 1:00pm
Meltm Rlatt.ll Haak-Am ■ 1-00 cm
P. Ada'bet. Katie-, Haisb-Aci I2rC« n»
Carpet!::*. '^T-rpoo.. ConanJ __ _ I*>-00 in
f>-ta he, Charieetoß. Cly6> — 00 p m
h»m.i«. Njrt&.k. Old Domloi.« ;u,;c
SHTJPPTJTG 3STEWS.
Port «C Sew-Tork, Saturday, October 1, 1934
ARRIVED.
l»S? B fEJ£2!i? i 25? >l * SJOlla. Southampton «nd Cher
e*»4s. •■* TV eteeiaai Tsmtiicn ealla and tndilr
Arrtwed at trn* Bar «t i« a m.
*^52!1 ■^ eb! s»i 811 - Sr 11 * 0 ** 1 - »«a»a«T» July v
t^S,J5jT ak M. mi JP S ' to ° A«*»ck A Co: v«,,e|
»«^ fa Wlcct^eter * Co. Amved at the Bar at 10 :
~l £ £f StSSSZ R'W'Wu'wrro* Beptember
rf^r^,'-. 5 ."^ Inr^ V€r * Crt3t E'Pt-tafter =X Pt»_
g*^.** * teT? **! V w * B war* * Co', **••-»
I «tY^ **■"• Am »«' « the B«r at
*-— -a« a Haste, rtmmmm. Kew-OrteaM £«■?•. ;=i. r
Best Quality
Body Brussels
at 51.15,
formerly $1.50.
Constipation. dyspepsia, headaches, dizziness
ar.d all stomacb an«i liver disorders are rad
ically cured by Bohn> Homeopathic Laxatives;
a new remedy. They are bo rr.ild they never
cause th» least nausea or discomfort, still they
induce the result in a manner that affords the
greatest ?at!«fiictior_ Eat what ysu like they
will ke»*p the human machine in perfect work
ir.g order. Price 25c. Wholesale by Crittentoa.
Amusements.
fVI DID 17* THEATRE •Mth Su & Il'»»y
a-»r r li*llX.£»*- • 8:30. Mat.. TCe<i. ■ Bat.
JOHN dklvv v&aesiSl
nAI V l^ XHEATRB 3mh St. * ITway.
unl - 1 •-' L>rs-. 8- M^t.
EtNA MAY SCHOOL GIRL
hi- Da m theatre. 3.V.1 & b'«»t.
ncK.ALU Z3y« EVG&.BUS. ... Sat.
LEW «rd him rreat
DOCKSTADER MINSTRELS
HUDSON ~«EATRK. **'"■ St.. nr. IT way.
Wm. FAVERS.'.AM LLTTY
CF.ITEFIOK TU E E £i£. i:l r*.tta£E:
CRANE "BOSIHESsTbiuSfiESS."
SAVQY " w *
MRS. WI6GS : ; CABBT £ PATCH
garrick THEATRE. »tli St.. n- Da-
U.-\KKiv.IV ..mEVf,!;::, Mat. Sat.
CLARA BLOODGOcD THf coronet or
tl/IRI DLUUUUUI.U TUZ. DtXHESS.
KNICKERBOCKER
EraiUbra. S:IS. Matir.ee Satcrday.
LULU GLASER gffi»
Oct. — K. H. SOTHZRN and JTCZXA M\f 1 . vrt
TV FTT iv7r BTr «" &.«sth At »:!$.
-*— 1 J- U ivl Dar.le: FVnrr.aß.. Manager
4TH WEEK. MATINEE "ITTKDAV AT 2.
n A .!|,. i "A di-;:cioui character " — Tlix.ee.
Cecilia ? •Zar.rwUl at --.!» best .— Tribune
UUUIIiU $ "An extr«-m«-:y clever pU7-"—nerm:a.
! .(Itm I "Her tmitatlors <o? actresses!
Loftus utor.!ihftr!vcl.ver."- Pout.
The Serio-Comic Governess
AMERICAN t s h p^. t a r J
FIP.ST APPEARANCE IN' UNITED STATES.
DIRECT FROM PARIS.
FRENCH COMEDY
COMPANY
F. CAXELU Wi»U r
In a mar^lfctnt repertoire of - FRENCH MASTER
rnsrr:?:. inriuctrit -ue ho.^.-t.-' -;n rHAi'KAi' r>F.
FAILLE r/ITALIE." "TAIITIFFE." "LA TOfR DE
NEf!.F." "LA iv«! LE." "■ BXISEl" "T.F. MAITHB DH
FORGES," "MARTT;-HE.'* -EEEE," "MARIE JEANNE."
OCTOBER 10th,
Durlnr whi>-h tir-e <» n!«vn vi.l be prciuced.
SEASON TICKETS AND REGULAR
riH\T5 NOTT ON SALE.
PSH r l% 11.51. St.no. 75c. ?nd 50c.
18. to the Southern Packlnc Company, with rr.ise. I*—.
Uliar&atltM st «5:30 a m
.^•eaner C'-mi-rhf. W«T«m. Jaclc«or.ri!!e Fejitember 2S
and Charleston 2a. to W!'.!!am V <~.<le * Co. with r*s
ser.*r»rs and mis- L**: (quarantine at 2:50 pm.
Fi«raCT P-ince** Ar.nr. Tapiry, Newport News »n1
Norfolk, to t*ie OM Dominion Eteamahip Company wltii
pasiw-r.Ker* ar.a me.*. Left (rjaraatta* at ISO p m.
SAILED.
F'eair.or? — Apache <~harle*tor. and Ja.cii»onrV.;«; El
Mar. Gslrcßtoa: Cfcattihoociir*. Hariinr.a.^ : L>e-iver. Key
U"e« tn^l Gsjvesicm: Curltyha fCoban). Matanzais. <»r
drnna et~: Carth. Wilmington ar.J G~.riret^wr. ; El Va:ie,
New-Or>ear.«; Jlorro Otell». Havar.a: AUejfhajiy <Ger>.
K!r.r*--on Sarar.ll'.a. etc; M,r.r>«, Norfolk arvi Newport
News; n-.ilade'.phia, San Juan. Curacao. La Guavra;
<"^e«iii)ealt». a»!tirr.')re; nen«-fa<-tor. Phlladelsbia.; kl»
r.etiaha <E'). Ixmdon: Photr.U-ia. -'Oeri ■1 • ■■■:-g B
Paul. BostbMßpun, via Plmwmli and Cherbourj; !"m
bria CKr). Liverpool; KrooßJaad, Antwerp, via Lmver;
-"^iitria (Tir>. L«cbsrn and Naples: A«U)r:a, <Br» <-,:»«
«"«: Ma^-en-k. with »=a-R» N.i <<2 I'ort Art Mi' I-T
Hoath <Qr. NorT-.'k; A!a-»kan. Baa Di<^->. San Francii
co. tfeat^e an<l Tironr &-rifenhv:u, (Nir). Pernambuco,
Ilio Jaitelro. etc; £37 ißr), Ar^apolla, SI S.
THE MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
FOREIGN PORTS.
Urn-pool. Oft I—Arrived.1 — Arrived. »tearaer« Corlc (Er) Clarke
N'ew.Tork: Sepieml.rr 3i«.h. Lu«-ar.la (Brl. Watt. New-
York: Ortctwr 1. aalied. steamer Etrarta (Br) Warr
New-Tork.
Plyir.nuth. Oct 1. «:2T. a m — Arrived, steamer New-Tnrk.
Kotwrs. New-Ycrk for Ciisrbourj and Southampton
land
Sout^rnnpton Ort I—Arrived,1 — Arrived, «:»»ir.rr New-Torlc. Rob
erts. New-York via I'lyinoutlj and Cherbourg ipasse.l
Huret Castle at 5 4<) n m).
Is!« of VSckL Oct 1— tn***r&. grearr.'r Crltiah Klar (Br)
[||m \-» York for Ar'.t ■
London. Oct I—Arrived,1 — Arrived, steamer Narrasaas«tt (Br» Scott
New -York.
Sillelfis. Sert 80— 5a!ied. steamer Buriermeister }'#ter»er.
fO«r), Thopricb ifrorn P!;ia^). Xew-Tcrk; Phoebus
'Gen. Scbierhcnt i&om Hamburg), New-Tork.
C'.im'.*. Oct I—hailed,1 — hailed, steamer Coluabla 3r,. Baxter
N«w-Tc|_
Qaeenstowr.. Ort 1. 11:10 a ir— Arrived, steamer Arabic
ißr». Thomp*,n. New-York f'jr Liverpool (and pro
ceedea): IU:UU d m. aaiied. eteaner Cedrlc (t!r» * Had
dc<*k (from Llverpoclj, New-Y"rk.
Brow Head. Oct 1. -.2" a a -Puaad, steamer Arabic (Br)
Thompson. New-York for Liverpool.
C3p*r.!i«£rn. Sept iS— Sailed, amer Hekl* (Daa) Hem
rel. New-Y'.rk. '
Bremen. Oct 1. 3 p it»— Sailed, steamer Kanl* Albert G«r>
Pclack, Ne»-Yurlc via Southampton.
Rcttenlani. 6ept Si— Arrived, steamer Nocrdam (Dutch).
■eeiar, New-York.
Rotterdam. CTt 1. « a m— Sailed, «t-»rr.«r Ryndasn
(Dutch.). Van der 2>e. New-York.
Astwerp, Oct I— Sa:jed. rriSTliei Finland. Apfsld. New-
Tork.
Boul^rje. Sept 80. 6 p ci— Palled, gteaajer Hamburg fOr).
Bura>«lster (jrom Kamaurj and Dover). Nem-Tork
Havre, Oct 1. 1 P m— fcalied. steamer L* Touralna (Fr).
F&JcUe. »*-":
Cherhourj. ■•_• SO, 10 p m— Arrived, steamer Grosser
Karfurst (G«T). Be<mliart«r New- York via Plymouth.
for Brejnen <and proceeded)
Port Said. Oet I— Arrived. steam«r Planw Venas rßr).
KeUey. New-Tort rta Algiers tor Boa-.bay, Madras,
•cc.
Ba«x. C-.t I— Arrived, steamer ladratuayo >Er'. Taylor
Yokohama. etc, tor New-Tor*.
ghan»h«l. Oct I—Arrived prertously. »-.eani«r .Needle*
<Br). Turner. New-Tork.
Montevideo. Sept »— Arrived steamer Halisenee fßr).
Vermulen. N«w-Tnrli tor Boenoa Ayrea and TUnmrto.
DO»*T tell YOC« WTFK
«*■* ?oa aw la fee Barrow ctasmas «f Ttt> Hwlll
TrttMM. «he taay look «ad Cad •omfthlaz t&st Is
■••*•* ■■* of cssne tczTi have to ber tU
NEUVYOKK DAILY TRIBUNE, SUNDAY. OCTOBER J^g^
Monday, October J t
Sale of Muslin Underwear,
Silk Petticoats,
Kimonos and Corsets.
Night Gowns and Chemises^
98c, $1.25, $1.95 & 52.45.
Drawers, 50c, 75c, 98c, $1.25, 1 1.95.
Skirts, 98c, $1.25, $1.95 to $3.95.
Outing Flannel Skirts, 25 c.
Silk Petticoat D.pt.
Taffeta Silk Petticoats,
in Black, Colored, and Black and White: 37. 39, 42 in. long,
56.75, $8.75. 510.75.
In Black and Colored Tafieta, $5.85.
Mohair Petticoats^
in Gun-metal and Black with silk flouncings ; 37, 39, 4a
inches long, #4.7 5..
«
Kimonos and Wrappers.
Kimonos in Cr6pcn 11.85 & $2.:$
•• Albatross H-95
•• Main and Flowered Silk $5.45
Eiderdown Wrappers. $2.95 & 15-45
- -ques. plain colors 75c
fancy stripes $1.95
Short Kimonos, in crepon 98c
Corset Dept.
Straight Front Corsets, (attached supporters),
In Fine Coutil $1.65. Fancy Broche", $2.75.
Lord & Taylor.
Broadway & Twentieth St., Fifth Aye., Nineteenth Sl
Amusements.
" —^^K^^ IL- "T" ft ** SJn^-^^-av^aS 7^-.^ LAST WEEK
*• * -Mm a.XVv - ..- v.. -• ■ < -«■ L«Ajl »LL f\
HEBDERT KEIXET. »nir BBAXXO3I and an g"./ 1 /^ 'TJ ■» *~^t
excellent Company. laclwUac rt..i»rt to JL /~\ Jc~^ S3
NEXT WEEK— BEGINNING MONDAY. OCT. lOtK
SEAT AND BOX SALE OPENS THURSDAY.
OTIS SKINNER
THE HARVESTER
A DRAMATIC IDTI.L
. Adapts from j-«.-. Ricbapta't "I.» .„ --»»■
PRINCESS ?^SS£*t~-~- — — — — ZlL' : M *'- Tw-ar NOW
s. sS .s t »^>-- DELL A FOX —^___
' In Alfred Nordea's Musical Cciredy THE ' "~~-—^.
" — - ___^ WEST POINT CADET — - —
"UTe'.y 9 •' ttlona." " ■ — -__^ — ■"" '"Hi* Sfu»i- CkteJsy.~
John Ccrfttn In Tb« TlTres. ■ — . ' 9n^
KEI T H v^~
BROADW.4T A MTU ST. C O^>rO^^H^RMANrK-t S:3OS :30 „ '«o«« o « F. M. E. F. A Q^. MgT .
JES^'E MILL WARD. ! WII.IA HMMEKMAX. j \OICKE * ADA3S& ECKEUT £ BERfi ~~
lalnttokl IIMI.EV A B( XXX. <H\>». KF.NM '1-T; Eat irrKi
a\o, <AKI. * ZENO. i mirtoN-w DUO!*. i M. Via ON lajsowt i pr •«« «« *J^^*
PHILHARMOHIG'sSaiEjY
PHILHARMONIC society
19<M Mil; -third Heaaoa 1905.
rBEUJUNAKY '-"TIT.
CONDUCTORS:
GusiaY F. Kogsl of fiiankfort-a-m
Edonard C 010.1113 ofpahis
W. SafQiJOff ° f Moscow
Fe'ii Wehgartnsr or mum™
Karl P&nzner of bremen
Theodore Thomas of Chicago
P.EXEWAI, OF BVBSCRIPTIONS from Monday, Oct.
17. to Oct. 22.
CnXERAL PALE OF SUBSCRIPTIONS on ac>t after
Monday, Oct. 24
DETAILED I'ROSFEfTVS at Camegle Hall. Ditscn's ■
mr.C on application from
KEUIX F. U!irEL.S, - .-.-an Carnal* Hall
itlannatiiin (Ttteatrr
Rroadway and Thirty- third St.
HARRISON GRET ■■:-.. Manajfer
E'.»i :r.f .1- s. Matinees We,!, mid Bat at 2.
TIHS IS THE FOIRTII WEEK OK
MRS. mU AM) THE MANHATTAN
COMPANY IN L.%N<.IH)> MITCHELL'S
COMEDY. "BECKY SHARP."
. BEaIDRS HI REI.ILAR SATTR
DAY AFTERNOON n:RH>!C,IAM
THERE WILL BK EXTR.% >L\TINEES
ON WEDNESDAYS. OCT. 5. 13 AND 1».
PRICE*: Evp. & Hat. Matn • Orchestra. 12- Dal
cony i:. II SO. |1; Family Circle. 7„. A &0c
Wednesday M.it'.n«s. — >tr«. J2 a H. 50 Bal
cony. 11-60 A- Jl; Family ("ire #. 75c. & 50c '
••• SEATS A MONTH IN ADVANCE. •••
AMERICAN P'lcea 25-50-7S-1.00. * 59C
AlUCKlvni^l Mats W ed. a sat. :s & boc
LAST WEEK! A HI ♦ ! A HIT!
THE SENSATIONAL MASTERPIECE!.
HER MAD MARRIAGE.
By Frank Ailaa.
SUCCESS! SliCCCsv. C UCCF!SS!
THE VERDICT OF THE ENTIRE PRESS:
N«xt Week FREN'.'H COMEDT CO.
TO-NIGHT. .'Hankie BAILEY a- GERTIE MOT-
Ted Marks' Bi« ER. ELSIE BERNARD. JOE MOR
CONCERT. RIS. HEDRIX .4 PKESCOTT. GEO.
All Beau C. >DA VIS. CARMEN SISTERS and
:5-35 A 50c. sixty other (tax seta.
11l IEOTII* E isle of
MAJESTIC isle o^
r >t?^r p ii fm ■■unea lIW .
NI i?S AT Victor Herbert's Oroigstra
WEST END THEATRE V«. st
TmiliT c^t t g f."2^ar^S£^« c 2l:
TO-MORROW NIGHT--BEST OF TH»f ALL."
Th« Comedy Opera. "KT>G OODO."
OCT. :oth DAVID HARIIC
BKUUT LYCKXDt TKATKr. &<- ( .n Oct. U.
IE H*i. mil ILLUSTRATED. LECIMES
~ TttE WOKLD'S FAIK" 1984.
T-ti. & Fr!(Ui«. 10. Sundays. 8.30. Seats en Sal*.
CASINO «H7(V-3S BJ _r-k mm* m
Recular Mat'n»«> Pa'.urdaj- — J1.60 Mat. TTwj.
TO-MORROW SI^V?K E ;| R T Hp, rr A R 4b S MA^ N3 200 th TIME
r. C Wh!tne>- - s Mas:^ai Cocktail.
PIFF, PAFF, POUF
with .-''•- For. R F. Graham. Alice Fischer »-:' •>•.- ER<!!sh Tarty Ballet.
HARLEM OPERA HOUSE. -•-:.
One TWek. H»k. To-irorrow Evg. Mat Sat. Ob»»
CHAriLKS B. [>ILUN,.;HAII Preseata
MAXIISX
ELLIOTT
HER. OWN WAY
TO-NIGHT »UOEVtLLE CINCOT
nIO fl I o» io acts >
4111111 reserved api T a M?t IM
luuu oKcnE«Tic% SEATS. 50-75-1.03.
OCT. 10TH— THE MAID AM- THE MUMMT."
BROADWAY-
Jac.)b Lltt Pr»p. A W Dtn»waa." M«r.
TOMORROW NIGHT
MR F. r WHITNEY »r»ser.Js MME.
SCHUMANN
- KFSNK
In *-•'* rif-w Comic Opera by Stance A Edward*.
"LOVE'S LOTTERY"
/sk\23*\ MATS. DAILY 23c
.I^B'wa^T.l Concert To-ni;ht at 8:15.
f* I " " tt*"fr MthUjrts A Heath. Creear A
l»*'.X>'O-"S T *W t)ayr.e. Prof. «?pessar<ly. Jack N«r-
V •NL^ii^V > «.r»h. Th« Lj»ti!r.a» Cleric*
«• JrTTw» J' Vm.-«, Smlrl A Kesnsr. Martini
%3L. 15^ A Maximilian. Kn:«ht Brae. A
-**»V-^ Bawtells. Vtucrapt. othsrs.
£EX COMMENCING MONDAT. OCT. 3D
H^NHI *»<»*» Deem* A Cw.
PDrVr-U Melwia* Jt Stctiaa. .
JC 1\ L» iS <O rl Haward's D«r» A: Ponies.
Extra Feature. Raymond * C«.ee^.
PAPiNTA Ireae> FraaUln. A.th- .
* •"■* 4i^ l "■ »—ltonaldas—S.» — Itonaldas— S. * oth-:«
oi2S*T WAI OORP-AQTORIA
TTESDAT EVENING. OCTOSER 4TH.' **
G«orge Herbert Head. B. A . of Cambridge Untver
■ity. England, will del:v# r an Illustrated 1-etnro oa the
CONGO FRtE SIAIE.
Tickets without chars- mar be bad on »rpHrattaa at
Pood Lyceum Bureau. Everett Bouse.
DDnPTIT'""' COMEDT A VAUD. 8HOW«. Sic.. iv
r H Uu 'Un 5 Every Aft. A Eve. Res. Tte. Bos Seats
«JOl Henry V Donnelly ;Cth Bis Stack Co. in
£»•>•. Herrmann the Great. ! 3av. Gentleman of rr*ne#.
jar th Bis Stock Co. la Cfth Ms V*ud-\-ti:« Skew.
I Lust. Opt- Lettarhla^. IQOk. Mat- *■">•
IBIIXG rUACE TITK^TRK. Op<efc>S <»< **"> *«^««
Thurtrtar. Oct. « (Wj, «t «.!0) *ad FrliUr Efj,
Fatardajr Mat and fer'f. ech»enlir-P«ras!Brs >'«•»-
Cosieiiy. "?ein Prinxe»»chem- ("His Lf.tSe Prlac«s*»v
Seats New on Bale.
Amusements.
Stern Brothers
The following -actions will be of Special
interest to-morrow
Fail and Winter
Inrportations of
high-class Outer Qarmeiits
Also
Exclusive Styles of their own manufacture,
comprising
Redingotes, Paletots. Jackets, Wraps
and Directoire Garments,
IN MANY NEW FABRICS
A collection of handsome
Dinner and Theatre Gowns
of Fine French Cloths, Msssaline Silks, Chiffon Satins and Voiles,
ALSO
Walking Costumes
Of Panne Chsviots. TweeJs, Cloth and Velvets.
SUIT DEPARTMENT SECOND FLOOR
Exclusive Models in
French Hand-made Blouses
Light and heavv-weijfht Linens. Linens. Crvstaine. Silk and Cotton
Crepons. Cotton Organdie, and LT.-e;s; Silk
Elaborately embroidered by hand.
Also from their own workrooms
Waists for Street and Evening Wear
of Crepe de Chine, Louis'ines. Peau de Cygne. Peau de Soie.
Mousseiine Chiffon and Plain Taffetas ;
Voiles. Granite Cloths. Flannels. Mohair, Liner., Madras and Lawn-
Misses' & Girls' Suits & Coats
An Array of Fall Styles of Exceptional Value
MISSES" SUITS, of fine mixed cloth and plain
cheviots, long and short Tountt Coats. __--,-»-. _ A -
Blouses, and fitted coats, plated skirts, $15.50 and 19.7S
MISSES raincoats, oxford and nlive. full
back, half belt, capes and full sleeves, sizes 14 and 16. $9.95
GIRLS' REGULATION BOX REEFERS, flannel Kned,
velvet collar, military buttons, sizes 6to 14. 55.45, 7.95
GIRLS' LONG coats of Mottled Zibeiine
and Frieze, plain or cape effects, sues 6to v. $7.95, 8.^5
Lace Curtains and Stores
Extraordinary Values To-morrow and Tuesday
Renaissance Curtains, $8.95. 12.75, 17.53
Value $12.50 to $24.50
Arab Lace Curtains. $13.50. 19.50, 27.75
Value $18.50 to $37.50
Stores Bonne Femme, $10.50. 19.75. 25.00
Value $15.00 to $59.50 Each
Also a large assortment of Sas!: Curtains at interestingly low price*.
Fine India Rugs
at One-half Former Price i
A few of which are mentioned.
Q.ft. li ta ft. to, $72.00 Fo-merly luf-oo
oft. ixia6, $75.00 •' $:^o.oo
o ft. io x n ft. x $78.00 " $i*v oo
10 ft. a x 13 ft. 6, $81.00 $:6voo
oft. xi? ft. 6. $82.00 " $r6*.00
ioft. ixiaft. 8. 5*7.00 $iT>oo
ai«» Daghestan and
Shirvan Rugs. $6.75. 10.50, 12.50, 18.50
Fine Antique and Modern Shirva/i
and Da*hestan Rufs. $22.50. 24.50. 55.00
Kazak Rugs. $18.50. 24.50 to 65.00
West Twenty-third Street
Amusements.
YORKVILLE T P' RE |
OFEiNuNG TOMORROW n»GHT
Dartd Belaaco and Siaarlc* Campbell Prvasst
■BNRIETTA
CROSMAN
la DAVID BtU»"O'3 New Plej.
SWEET KITTY BELLAiRS
Direct from 3 Seasons at BEUtSCO THEATRE
■ mint Seals, Me.. 73r ft. turn.
M.iTl>tK SATCKD.VY O.VT¥.
HEGEOiiNO i I>Al OIRATIO.X OF HXGR fUM
m .Vh" VAUDEVILLE. |
TJ XT^ T A O sf^ st^V THEATTE. -Cd St.
BEL A SCO EgU
WARFIELD
IX TUB NSW COiIEDT DRAMA,
THE MUSIC MASTER.
DT CTHRLE3 KLETV
t'nder Bt*fe CMiet of Oa\ ;u BCV'CO.
»> At L \^rV --. Mauaeea We«. A mTjIS
Oee. A4e'e C 001111 f I QWtu SS^
MO.vn.VV. IXTTOBER icTH
Henry *?«▼»«• w«i oc«r tSa na»
Kot-aa Onnle Opej S .
THE SHO-auiV
CARDLN ! 1 .,:>,\.\ :.•/ :•-,• = ;
S^-n»OlUrGt WIDOW
Consisting of
Amusements.
Academy of Music t^rH
A plat wrmocT AX Eqr.M
CHECKERS
with THO-. W. EOs9>. ,-
Price* 28. 30. 73 I. ■*>. Mat* Wed. A Sat.. 3. rT». |:m
PASTORS »r» r
Roberta. Uay«a A Roberts. .:;>•■ A *«.«.
Mr. A Mrs. Allison. Kls* A Gott^ald.
The MV nustiass.
La Vine A Bro. L'a^e Xotriaa-
XV::::«trr.»-st -iur». D»nsoaic A B»!t
Ei A R»::a Wr-.tte Cajtr.or« A norsac*
Barto A. LaCerty. Jack :rwia.
Th« Aowncai v-iirij.-^
I4TH ST. THEATRE .2 r
3TD.VTT ATBS9. THe «tw ts»t»a«» Mei. ••»»
la the best o . Tt\ 4 < t\ H P {
ailW.^r Plays. 1 1 tAA^ r^'fcJ
>D* AJUI'LHIMUIi 1 THEJR«3rai
Oct. to— Uierv Ijjc.tr-. H> r-VKI.;.. s-c*.,^ -
Maa.. Oct. la lit*, ratrtce CaoptieU. Tfce ■ssssasaa^
nw tobbV BjapmAa, <— M f^ >
W A.M>fKR<TET>^. [ • o - BlJr "'R < S^CT^ J "
Yt>rk B-,tonl»« I Carter O; , E *J e j n hn^» niu" *
To-morrow >.at. I ilortOß. C«l« * J , < Jr l Tr7t-rV G"<^-
Dv'.ly'Mi'l:". S3 I R!caboa«» • Hex***. VtUtra,^. n-J _
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