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Stern Brothers
WILL PLACE ON SALE MONDAY. NOV. 14,
Women's Outer Wraps
FOR STREET, CARRIAGE AND EVENING WEAR,
INCLUDING COPIES OF THE LATEST PARISIAN MODELS,
ALSO LARGE ASSORTMENTS OF
Furs and Fur Garments
COMPRISING VERY DESIRABLE IMPORTED
Coats, Capes, Redlmgotes, Neck Pieces
and fluffs
AT EXCEPTIONALLY LOW PRICES.
West Twenty-third Street
'SULLY S WIXES SOLD.
Souvenir Hunters Buy at Sale of His
Office Furnishings.
Ey order of David H. Miller, trustee in bank
ruptcy, an auction eale of the contents of the
office* at Daniel J. Sully & Co.. on the twenty
tiUrd f.oor of the Wall Street Exchange Building:,
•was held yesterday in the offices. A large and
curious crowd of bidders was in attendance, about
thirty women being among the number. In addi
tion to th« usual suite of rooms used for the
transaction of the business of the firm, the offices
Included a dicing room, a kitchen, a bedroom and
* bathroom, all expensively furnished.
Among the 232 lots disposed of by the auctioneer
were Oriental rugs, mahogany desks, typewriters,
complete dinner sets, bedroom furniture and wines,
Many of the articles sold went to souvenir hunt
ers. More than 57,000 was realized from the sale,
a sum materially in excess of the total appraised
value of the effects.
THE BIG CORN CROP.
Tield of 3 081/)00 Bushels
Indicated.
The monthly crop report Issued by the Depart
ment of Agriculture yesterday, as figured by Statis
tician Brown, of the Produce Exchange, indicates
8. yield of corn of 2.45i,521.0GG bushels, comparing
■with last month's estimate of 2.463,700,000 bushels
and with the harvest in 1903 of £.1'44,17G,t25 bushels.
Th& average an acre is 26.7 bushels, as compared
with an average of 25.5 bushels in iyu3. 26.S bushels
in ISC2 and a ten-year average of 21.2 bushels. The
gecerai average as to Quality is £6.2 per cent, com
pared with £3.1 last year, SOT in UK, and 73.7 in
1901. It is estimated tiiat about 3.6 per cent of the
corn crop of 2Sd3 remained in the hanus of farmers
on .November 1 this year, against 6.2 per cent m
1&08. 1.9 per cent in ma and 4.t. per cent in 1&01.
The estimate of the average yield of buckwheat
Is 15.9 bushels an acre, as against 17.7 busiieis In
ISOS, is.l bushels in 1&02, and a ten-year average of
27.fr bushels. The average for quality is BL* per
rent, against £!.« last year, »>i In IMB and U.S in
UOl
The estimate of the average yield of flaxseed is
10.2 bushels an acre, compared with >.4 bushels in
1903 aid 7.8 bus. in i^t'2. Tn« average as to
quality is S2 per oeut, compared with fc4.& one year
ago.
The estimate of the average yield of potatoes is
1104 bushels an acre, againet *4.7 in 1903. &6 in 1902.
end a ten-year average of M bushels. The average
as to quality is 53.4. compare 1 w:th SC.4 one year
eso. 90.4 in 1&02. end 784 In ÜBL
The estimate of the average yield of hay is 152
tons an acre, against 1,54 tons in IOC 3. 1.50 In IPO2.
and a ten-year average of 1-S5 tons. The average- as
to quality is 52.7 per cent, as against &1.3 one year
ago. 85.7 in 90S and 81.3 in 1301.
A SUCCESSFUL LANGUAGE SCHOOL."
The Berlitz School of L-aneuages, which tiarted
twenty-five years ago. now has branches In more
than two hundred cities, extending over four conti
nents and twenty-three countries, with an annual
attendance of over fifty thousand, and a corps of
instructors numbering over sixteen hundred, each
teaching his mother tongue only.
In addition to the principal European languages.
Arabic. Japanese. Chinese and Hindustani are
taught. It has numbered members of royal families,
ambassadors and statesmen among itt pupils. The
reason for Its success is that it pursues the method
of that wonderful linguist. Cardinal Festsilozl, the
pupil rapidly assimilating the language in the way
that a child does its mother tongue.
The Berlitz School has received the grand prize
st the St. Louis Exposition. The Xew-York branch,
Mo. 1.122 Broadway, or the Brooklyn branch. No
TO Court-st., will readily furnish full particulars of
its terms, which are moderate and eouitable.
RAISES CRUDE OIL FOUR CENTS.
Pittsburgh Xov. 10.— The Standard Oil Company
to-day advanced the price of crude oil four cents.
The Quotations follow-: Pennsylvania, $1 60; Tiona,
$175; Corning. $I^7; Xewcagt.e. 1147. North Lima,
07; South Lima, net; Indiana. $: 02.
PETITIONS IN BANKRUPTCY.
JAMES PETTIXGILU ci the firm of J. H. Pettir.£in &
Co . cJ No »Os West One-:.u.-.crei-3nd-f>iunh-et . Bleid
yeatercay & pedtlon in bankruptcy, giving; Us liabillt.es
a* t§.77i ar.c S66e:s as $4,425. Of :aa liabilities. $2,675
it secur&S by note*. Herbert & Co.. of No. 20 East
Twec.t:eth-st.. Is tie principal creditor with a claim cf
•801. The assets consist of coal. &525; horses, $455.
trucke, $1,660; fixtures. $200; accounts, t2,OCK>. The peti
tioner bae individual liabilities of •$44.6(18, ar.a anets ot
(3S.6TX. Of tie total indebtedness, $34,190 is secured by
notes; the principal creditors beir.p Mrs. M. V. Parker,
No. SO West Twer.ty-«ighth-6t . »<> l»70; "ary Parker. No.
SO West Tw-eaty-eighth-et.. $IC,'XiO; F. K. Carpenter.
Mount KUoo. J-4.657. estate 01 William C. Hun;tr, No.
SIS Weet Cue— hundred-and-thlrtleth-st.. $3,SSO; the assets
consist ci «juHy 1- rea.l estate valued at $20,00(>; cash.
$16; note*.. 1:. 425. stock, $*); horses and wagons. 1635:
fixture*. li>43; accounts due at White Plains yard. $3 i.OO
Edwin C. Ward was appointed receiver v. b a bor.d of
$2,500.
GEORGE GOODMAN. No. 63 Forajth-st.. trading with
Georce Backer as '.he Central Par.:s Company of Bosi :n.
•o-T.er* the obUcaXlona were prir.ciprLiy Incurred, filed a
rfitior The liabilities are tl.&i*. with no assets. Th*
jirir-tira! creditor Is A. O. Kytfe & Son. No. 361 Broad
%, y, t $952
Ar. isvotuatary petition was Bled against WILLIAM
BARTAK No 1.322 FSrst-ave.. by GuEta.ve Pick, with a
claim of $000. Hugh A. Bayr.e was appointed recelvr
with a bond of $1.500. The lrjsolvency is admitted Tr.e
receiver is autiortied to carry en tie business for thirty
<;«■ c fccheiula cf RUDOLPH LT."HRS shows dibts o;
Th<! schedule of RUDOLPH !, T 'HRS chows dtbts o;
$27 938. at&et«, $9 987. The principal creditors are H. &
H. I -.-.era. Brooklyn. $10,218: Marie Uihw. No. 614.
61xth-ave.. $3,100; Charles McK. Loesers i: t?on». No. 34
E«aver-«t... $1,200; assets ar* cash i 24; nctea, S1.1O4:
eteck In trade. *2745; horse and wagon, *12."i; Sstnres.
$100; accounts. J6.2i0; deposited In bank, S2.
BUSINESS TROUBLES.
Three Judgtcents aggregating $7 266 were entered : <■=_
terda*' aeairst tic Nancy Gold Mines antf Tunnel Com
pafiy a Colorado corpoiatlon. in favor cf \Vi!'.;a;n B. *'-- 1
©a three notes cf the corposation. payable at Ko • 1
Court-**. , BC/s'iT.
JUDGMENTS.
The- following judi-'ir.er.ts irere among those filed
yesterday, the f;rst name being that of the debtor:
>xson, Frar^:;:r. r.— TV .7 Stanford .... 18.012
>.very. Ltdyarc. George L. ar.3 Anna M — W'eti
El-Je Bank 2,556
X>uk« Nellie — I Stutrt ar.d another o.il
Ella*' Saiim. and Saltm Mllim— S'-tte iiarjt 541
ria*mas. David — Sta - .e Bank 51S>
Hotchlr.bon. Johii W. Jr. and Edward V — A A
ICenitt ••- Vl "
Heyer. Once— A F KcOkbc „• \ • '"--
The Klnr.ar! Company— Xew- York I 1;..I 1 ;.. Publltr.
it.C Ctampsny. L:m::ei '•>•<>
The Nancy 'io'.i Mines and Tunnel Comysiny —
W S Grey *•«»
6air.fr-!-- :r.^ V -'o
S*ir. — ■ . -;'■;■'
Jtr*el. K!:a«— Kcyai Bar.k of New-York •'•-•
Kingston. John W — E Downey 616
Mays. lulla — Star Company -•"
J4u!i. Cus*-a» iriwilljfcl OCe:rr.ari. jr. Brewing
Company ... , ,
P.e«s Frederick— S BejsOb*«B }z I
S^aiilr.e. Robtrt H— & J S loane ».JM
\™r^ Oa^v6-J Wilwn an«! another. . *' ' •5«O -■»
another..
SATISFIED JUDGMENTS.
The *c':c« r.p wtre arr.<:n£ the Eat. sfled judgments filed
■sSsTrtsr: Uie firaj oaroe *• *-« °' -.-. ieb^ T - sec-nJ
Kit of t&a t-r<-d.'or ar.d diitl - "hen ju<irn-.en' was Bled:
Krtv-eeccr.l Street. Manlia.-.ianv:!l* ar . «. Nich
oiL« Avenu* B*l.way Co— Doben by gaar
uSSJoSSo^tß^'cgp"iwui;" Oc"' 6, 10 4 . .. .. < 46
{cew-Vork City bailey Co— A Keanely; Oct '.'«.
j *M)A .....' 2, • • * '
laterurban " bV'rv Co— naaagaa Get 26 1901. BN
"ectraj Crctfitowr. R B Co—D Edwards; Oct 11.
jtu "*$
».vw'co!»"t«. Id*. M. txrx— S G Sharp tad use Feo
i i&^> ■ ■ •••• 1.121
the raw TnrlT Elevatad B R C« and Manhattan
Ry Co— s Bebaod tl; Dec 31. :&O3 2.243
McCibe. Ann— X MoUln. Oct 22. 1S»O4 783
Bun«— . April 7. 1&04 *''<'
JUDGMENTS CANCEIJ.KD
■««rIM Arthur C— V. Kltchle: July 6. 1&00. .. »l.as
lama— A Pott ; Jan 3 l*M l.a*.
Erie— W F DosneUy: Aus 30 l»tO MX
iTne. Mclaughlin: D«-c 13. 1&00 IM
isiine L. Pestf. Mpt '''' lS»00 1,734
far-- a S VLvtrmaa. Jan 7. U«oi tie
I
ROCKEFELLER BUYS IN SANTA FE.
John D., Sr., and Stillman Have Over
$25,000,000 in Stock.
Los Angeles. Xov. 10.— President E. P. Ripley of
the Santa Fe Railway system stated to-day that it
was a fact that John D. Rockefeller, sr.. and James
Stiilman, president of the National City Bank of
New-York, have- purchased $25,000,000 in Santa Fe
Stock. Mr. Ripley said that he was not aware
whether this indicated that E. H. Harriman would
be interested in the ownership of the Santa Fe or
not, although the fact that these int-n had been
acting concertedly in several large deals recently
would i .:■] some siight color to the state
ment. He believed, however, that Mr. Rockfeller
and Mr. Stiilman had bought Santa Fe as an mv
v Eimcnt.
-ding the vacancy in the third vlce-presi
of the road, cuu^.l by the resignation of
Paul Morion to acept a Cabinet portfolio. President
Kipley stated that the place would not be filled now.
SUSPENSION ON LITTLE EXCHANGE.
The firm of Graham <£.- Co., for who- rtocount a
line of stocks was traded in under the rules of the
Consolidated Exchange on Wednesday, having failed
up to 12 JO o'clock yesterday afternoon to clear
tring house sneet, its suspension was >' en
annoui
TRADE IN CHICAGO.
fDY TELEGRAPH 1 0 THE TBXBUNB.I
Chicago, Nov. 10.— Wheat was affected In the
forenoon by a heavy drop in the receipts of the
Northwest, compared with those of the year be
fore, and in the afternoon by the collapse of the
December corn boom. At the close. December
wheat was up "*c and May %c. Corn, on the other
hand, was E g o lower each for December and Hay.
It began to be fearful that the government report
on corn that was due in the afternoon would con
siderably increase the figure of the size of this
year's crop. Prudent operators on the bull side
thought It well to take shelter until after the
cyclone had passed. Oats followed corn, and pro
visions, after putting: up a stiff resistance to bear
efforts, the greater part of the session, yielded near
the end in sympathy with the waning bull spirit of
the train markets.
Wheat opened steady si about the closing price?
of the day before. Offerings were light at the
time, but for half an hour or so they sufficed for
all the demand there was, without any material
change in the price during that tirn<-. Local re
ceipts were 66 cars, compared with 132 the corre
sponding day last year. Shipments from Chicago
amounted ro 238,000 bushels. December closed at
$1 13 S « to $1 13%, after selling as high as $1 14'? and
as low as $1 Vi\i. The range of May was from
$1 12 3<3 < to $: V,\. closing at 8113% bid.
Buying orders for corn at the opening were thick.
Slow movement of the new crop and the empty
bins of the people who had been putting off the
laying in of needed stocks and were now compelled
to buy were the underlying reasons for the ur
gency of the ilc-mand. Local receipts were 224
cars and only 2 or" the lot were contract. Ship
ments hence were 50,000 bushel?. The estimate of
to-morrow's local receipts is 106 cars. The high
est for December was l>2 6 v"\ the lowest 50% c, and the
close was Go%c After selling as high as 47 1 »c, and
as low as «6%C to 46^c, May closed at 46 s <c.
Oats, after a firmer opening, eased off and became
steady at about same figures as at yesterday's
close. A good demand existed for May at 31V4c
The feature was the buying of May. and the sell
ing of December at SVic difference-. The volume of
the trade- was light. Receipts were 188 cars, of
which V. rars were contract, and of the same
gxa.de 18,000 bushels were taken from unlicensed
elevators. Shipments were 156,000 bushels. Estl
mates for to-morrow were 81 curs. December
closed at .-i to -■'-' after selling as high as
29^c to i? '-£.■-. May closed at 2l'«c to •'13.c.I 3 .c. The
highest was 31% c and the lowest Sl^c.
Provisions rulod dull and easy, scattered offer
ings by local longs finding few takers. Hog re
ceipts to-day were 28,000 head, and prices at the
yards were Steady. January pork sold from Sl2 ~
to $12 SO, iifid reacted to the tow point May sold
from $12 75 to $12 60. and reacted to ill 77 1 January
lard sold from $7 22 ; down to $7 17%. a.nd Hay sold
from S7 S2Vj down to $7 30. January ribs sold from
$3 60 to $6 ♦"•2V), and reacted to the low point.
NAVAL STORES.
The market for >;i:. - .~ turpentln -ii draggjr an.]
Tar

ITS TURPENTINE— OiI and I i
—«6.
ROSlN— Common to good strained $2 93092 95; E, $805
Bs3 10; P. tSloss3l3: 0 $3 15©53 20; H. $2 20@$3 2S
I |SSSOS3«>; X, $4: M. ti*9@HM; N, S4 ... 75; W
G. |5. and W W, jr. 2">yjr, 3.".
STOCK ON HAND.
Rosin, bb.s .. 19.619
Spirits turpentine, bbia 863
Tar. 'Otis 6.15
Bavaj&aah. Nov. 10.— TURPENTncB firm BOc; receipts
667 bbls; 201; shipments. ..:.. BOBIN firm, receipts
1.172 bbli sakf, : ■-> Quoted: A. i-:. C. I2C2H; D'
K257H: E. |2«2H; F 1267H: i;. $272 H. *277H: !
S3 2S; K. *:;7^■. M. $4 25; n m :■. . wO, M 15; W iv, .-;.
Cnariecton. Nov. 10 — TURPENTIKB and ROSIN, noth-
Ing doing.
Wilmington, Nov. 10.— spirits TURPENTINE stead;
49Vjc; rtcript£. Zo casks. BOSIN steady, 13 *3- TAR fl n>
$1 60; receipts 02 bbls. CRUDE TURPENTISE flrm'
$2 ?A>, $.'( 60 and $3 SO. rec«.pt s 09 Mils
London. Nov. 10.— TURPENTINE spirits, :-.-s 61
ROSIN, Aswrioan s»:iir;td. Fes il : -4 do ::r:>-, ll« Cd
SAN FRANCISCO STOCKS.
San Francisco. Nov. 10.— The official closing quo
tations for mining stocks to-day were as follows:
Alta OSlJnctlce .. ;
Alpha Con W | Kentucky Con .02
An ,°" '-- Lady Washington Con 02
Btlcher ... i- Mexican ... ! 140
Best & Belch'-r ....... LO6 Occidental Con 74
g", 11 ' 0 / 1 2.*' r. r .|:r 2 20
Caledonia m )Vennan v
Challenge Con UPotosjT... 10
Cho!lar i«. -, c '..
Confidtnce BO -a • Melcher OR
SSt^- .«3Ss2ffi^: ::::: I
g^r^:::::::: S gSSi. : . : l | i
Hals & Norcros. .. ,: iah'cLn '. •.".:::...::.:: .08
Julla W, lellow Jacket la [
NEW- YORK DATLY TOIBTTNE. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 11. 1004.
Importation of
Hats. Bonnets & Fancy Toques
Lord & Taylor.
Broadway and Twentieth St., Fifth Aye., Nineteenth St.
>
Gloves for ihe
Horse S/jozv.
A LL the leading styles 'or
street and evening wear
OF THE CELEBRATED
(reynTer)
Suede and (jiace
Gloves.
Street Gloves:
Suede, $ 1.75 & $2. Glace, $2 pair.
&/ie Genuine fxeynicr 9/oves bear
ihe above trade mark, without which
absolutely none arc genuine.
Lord 23 Taylor,
Broad and Twentieth Street,
Fifth Avenue, Nineteenth Street.
MAHINE INTELLIGENCE.
MINIATURE ALMANAC.
Sunrise 6:42iSunset *:4S Moon sets 8:36 Moon's age 4
HIGH WATER.
AM— Sandy Hook 10:07 Gov. l?lar.n 10:34 Hell Gate 12:27
P.M.— Sandy Hook 10:421 Go v. Island 11 Hell Gate 12:59
INCOMiNG STEAMERS.
TO-DAY.
Vessel. From. Lin*.
♦La Lorraine Havre. November 5 Kren.-h
•Valencia Jacmel, October 2!) At. as
•Esperanza Havana. November 7. ... . W.i.i
•Finance Colon, Nov. m. er 2 PanuJß i
Pane i-i Gibraltar. October -6 Cunard
Ma -t el la Hull. October '-»> Wilson
Phoenicia HamMre, Octoher 20 Hamb-Am
a:-':.« Gibraltar. October 27 Anchor
Rabenfels Aisle ib, October 26... . Hansa
Albe.-ta Malaga. Octob-r 10. . .
Hawaiian ■- Coronel, October Am-Hawall
Hughenden . .Iqulque, September 22 . . ..West Coast
Island <"hri* lansand Octoi 21. . . Scand-Am
Bay-once. . Gibraltar October 29 . French
-.Bennett.. .Halifax, November 8... ..
Conch o ..Gaiveston. November B Manor?
g] ~5 ... .Galvetton November .". . Morgan
El S'glo -Orleans, November 6 Morgan
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12.
•Lucanla Liverpool. November 5. .. Cur.ard
•New-York Southampton, November 5 . .American
•Hamburg-... Hir: 1 irq, November 3 Hamb-Am
•Loamo . . .. .San Juan, November 8 . N V X- P B
C".o ado Hull October 29 Wilson
Prinzes Irene Gibraltar. Noverrbe 4 ...s ■; Lloyd
Ocean.... Rotterdam, October 30 .. .Vogemann
Vlncenao norio. ...Naples October 27 Spanish
Antonio Lopez Cadiz. October 30 Spanish
SUNI>AY. NOVEMBER 13.
ließomlnee . London. November 3 ... Atlan Tram
MONDAY. NOVEMBER 14.
••'earenge .. .Para, November 2 . . Booth
El Norte Galvtston, November 8.. . Morgan
Oscar II Copenhagen. November 2. . . .Scand-Am
Yaeerland .Antwerp. Novembers Red Btai
Ryndam Rotterdam, November 5... Holland-Am
Athol Gibraltar. November L' .. . .Booth
TXJESDAY. NOVEMBER 15.
•X '.v der Cirosse. .H.fm''n. November S N G Lloyd
Numldlan Glasgow, November 5..,.. Allan-State
Victorian Liverpool, November ■"•.... Whit stai
Frl'ka '■..:■■ November 1 Barbej
•Brines mail.
OUTGOING STEAMERS.
TO-DAY.
Vessel !
Vessel. For. Line. Mails close, sails.
Orizaba, Bahamas. Ward 12:00 m 3:00 pra
D&ggry. Campeche. Munson 1:00 pm 3:00 pin
Sal inc. Mobile. Mallory .... . — - 3:00 ; it.
Ar-ache. Charleston. Clyde . — 3:00 pm
Jamestown. Norfolk. Old Dominion.... — __ 3 : oo ;. it,
SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 12
Etruria, Liverpool. Cunatd s:3oam 9:00 aro
Minneapolis. Southampton. American.. s:3oam 800 m
Finland. Antwerp, Red Star .. 3:80 am 10:35 a m
Morro Castle Havana. Ward 10:00 am 1:00pm
Bellaeio, Brazil, Blcman i 3:33 am 8:00 am
Redhlll, Buencs Ayres. Norton 12:O0m 3:00 pn.
Caracas, La Guayra, Red D. . . 6:30 a m 12:00 m
Altai. Po:t Umoa, Atlas - . . 9:30 am 12:00 m
Maraval, Trinid.id. Trinidad 10:00 a m 1 :Ou p m
Olinda. Matansaa, Munson 12 30 |< m 8:00pm
Minneapolis, London, At-Trans . 9:ooam
JfT.-'-v C:\y. Swansea, liris-.o'. City . •• 00 m
.-• Andrew, Antwerp, Phoenix . 9:00 am!
Denver, Galveston. Mallery ... . ■■':■:!!
El i la, Galveston. Morgan .... 3 (<■) ... •
El Dorado, New-Orleans. Morgan . . 8:00 j. m i
Algonquin, Jacksonville. Clyde 3:Gu p m ;
Jefferson Norfolk, Old Dominion . 3:oopm I
SHIPPUvTt NEWS.
Port of New- York, Thursday, Nov. 10. 1904. i
I
ARRIVED.
Steamer Martello (Bt). Blr.shain. Hull October 15
to Sanderson ■£ Bon, with m Is. Arrived at the Bar
at ■' a m
Steamer Ells* Marie (Gar), Ste.c.\ Copenhagen Oc- '
tober 22 and Shields 27, to Philip Ruprecht. in ballast
Arrived at the Bar at l a m.
Steamer yhrrni'-ia (Ger). Schmidt, Hamburg Oc- I
tober 29 and Dover SO, to the Hamburg-America Line
with 205 cabin nnd 1,460 steerage passengers and mdse
Arrived at the Bar at J :^i a in.
Steamer Cilia. 'Br i, Dexter, Lohos. D'Abura Sep- .
rember 10, Montevideo 27 and Charleston November 7
to W R Grace &■ Co, with mdi Arrived at the Bar
at C a m
Steamer Cavnur (Rr>. Kelly, Pantos October 21 an.l
Bahia 25, to Busk & Jevons, v.iih mdso. Arrived at
the Bar at '. a m.
Steamer Gere (Nor), Huhn, Tort "aria November 3 !
to the Cuneo Trading Company, with fruit. Urived
at Hit Bar at 9 n. m
I';.:', d States steamer Culgoa. from Guantin;im<-i
Passed ir. Bandy Hook at 2:15 p m.
Steamer Algonquin, Stapli Jai ksonWlla November
7. via Chariest v . to William l- Clyde ft Co, with paa
sengers and mdse. Passed in Quarantine at I 15 p m
Steamer Tallahassee, Johnson, Savannah November
7 to Ocean Steamship Company, with passengers and
mdse Passed in Quaran Un< at 8:24 ■ m
Steamer Jamestown, Hiller, Newport News and Nor
folk, to the Old Dominion Si am hip Company, with
passengers and mdse Passed in Quarantine at ;i -,
p m.
CaM" steamer Macksy-Bennett ißri. Schenck, Hal:
tax November i. to Commercial Cable Company, In
ballast. Arrived at ih<- Bar at <"> p m
Sandy Hook. N J. Nov 10, 9:30 p m— win! north
sast, light breese; raining
SAILED
str irr.»rs Moltke (Ger), f i Bambnrg .la Plymouth and
Cherbourg. L*,TounUna (Fr), Havre. Kr'.cdrich <ier Grosl
(Ger). Bremen via Plymouth and Cherbourg: Flandria
(Ger), Inagua, P rt su Prtn : . Suldal .Nor., pori
Maria. Jamaica; Jason (Nor), x rfolk'; M nterey, Havana;
Buenos Aires (Span), Cadiz, Barcelona, etc; - : z- Marcos,
Galveston; Mongolian (Br), i»;.i:i .w via Permmia an.l
Liverpool; Princess Anne.- Newport News and Norfolk;
K.n.-a.- ' Ity, Savannah; Drayton Gransja (Br). Premmstle'
Adelaide, etc; El Norte, Galveston; Cllei (Nor), Si Kins
Barbados, Demerara. et..
THE MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
FOREIGN PORTS.
Manchester, Nov B— Arrived, steamer Thei-pis (Br). For- '
guson. New-York.
Dover. Nov *— Arrived, steamer La Ftandrs (Dutch) '.
Claude. New- York. ' '
Millinery.
for the Horse Show
Now O)i Display \
SPECIAL MENTION.
A 1-. c-it-rmrnf « admitted Info fhr«« rctnmas *r%
rccoimneni.Vd to the reader* of Th» Trlboa* mm
thoroughly reliable, and bunlneM ran l>» doa* by
mall nltii the advertUers with perfect safety.
161 HKUAUWAI.
«Btt BK()Ai»UAI.
tC2 SIXTH Ui.MK.
KO CALLED
BRA!?* FAS
Try "Two Pair In Oaf"
tor NEAR AND DISTANT
SPENCER,
12 Muiuen Lane, IV. Y.
Amusements.
ONLY appearance in recital in N. T. this season
Batti, ha 1 . -. aria from "Don Giovanni" Mozart
Cain mio ben arietta Giordan!
Lusintrbe piu care Ha»nd«l
Where the Be« Sucks. (Old English) Dr. Arne
Die Forelle Schubert.
Wlri Melodien Brahms
Mit Myrthen und Rosen \ Schumann
Auftraege > ' .
All^ein^edanken [ Richard Strs.uss j
Heimllche Aufforderune '
Tous deux : • ■ Har.n
liomance D« B_u«sy j
Print' Nouvean Vldal .
IJer Knabe ur.il das Immlein) .. . .Woif :
Moegen alle boesen Zur.gen S " Regrr
Beixn Schr.eeu etter - f r
Prfces. *i,"si.SO,' $2. $2.50:"130xe5. $15. $18. .
Seats on sale at Ditson's. »«7 Broadway, and at Box
Office, Carnegie Hall.
CARS i: OI X II AL Ik _
PHILHARMONIC society l
IDOi . i-.iity-third reason. .. . 1905.
FRIDAY. N'OV 11. at !. 3 • . P. M.
SATURDAY. NOV. 12. at 8:15 P. M.
CONDUCTOR.
Gustav F. Kogel -W** 1
SOLOIST.
Josef Hofm^nn piano
(His first appearance In New York this season.)
PROGRAM:
Symphony No. i, F minor . . . Tschaikowsky
Piano Concerto, Q major B'ethoven
Concerto Grosao No. 5, D maior Ha»nd<>l-Koßt»l
String Orchestra. Two Violins and "Cello Obbllirat.v )
Ovfertiue. "Hn^tsJta" Dvorak
TICKETS ON SALE AT CARNEGIE HALI. and
DITSON'S. Seats, 75 cts. to $2. Boxes. $13 and $15.
frBSORIPTIONS to Eight Afternoon or Eisrht Evening
Concerts. Seats from IS to $14 Boxes, »80 ar.d $I*o.
Box Office open daily from 3 to 5. I
FELIX F. LEIFELS. Secretary.
CARNEGIE HALL.
THURSDAY KVKNING. November 17th. at 8.16.
RUDOLF FKIML.
THE GREAT BOHEMIAN PIANIST, AND
SEW YORK .sy.HrilONY OrtCHESTKA.
(ONDItTOR WALTEK DAMROSCH
Seats at Cox Office and Dltsor. I*.1 *. R6T Broadway.
PH!fES 500. TO $1.30.
STEIN WAV I'IANO I^ED.
NEW AMSTERDAM I Charles Fro)sm:>n Prfß-nt»
:->.:... ; . - -.- «:15. ; Mr. "••»■: ■ • •• ■ • • •»!
Last weak. Last Mat. Sat. I "THE SORCERESS.
S»-nts on Sale HI'MrHV DI'MPTY. Coot Next Mob.
LIBERTY. , GEO. M, COHAN In his late-t
We*« 45n<l St. 1 Puccewi. "l.lttlp .Inhnnv .lone*."
To-nljrht at 8:20. , First Regular Mat To-morrow
WrUT YnWK Broadway «4-4Stli sts.
i>| il# m I \Jlt\IY last TWO WEEKS.
Prices. 1 00, 2.00 an.l 300 Ever.ings at 7:15.
Mr. Henry \V. savage offers English Production of
PARSIFAL
COHPAXT OK 101); ORCHESTRA OF TO.
MATINEES (Wednesday and Saturday) at 11
bijou B >w ay* Fvifs.S:2?i. Mats.
I > )U >J S'.'tii st Wed. & Sat 2:20
MAY aRWIN MRS. BI.A^-i S BACK
"Cleanest, Funniest, Fnappie?'.." — i'less
\r.\UKMY OF MVSIC. 14th St. arid Irvine Place
th WIZARD OF 02 m,^*..^
Pri es: -- 50. ... 1.00. Mat?. Wed. & fat . 2. Eve., S.
Oinni C 15 way ar>« (Oth. Mat Dally. 2jc.
IllvLC .'■■;.•■■: 1! ■ <:■ ::\ ■-■■ Guards.
Gu>. KerkerV Opera Co.
DOLAN A- T.ENHARR. MICE i F'KEVOST.
LEW SULLY. VIOLET DALE, and others.
MAJESTIC ■-■££ ■:&■ BIRD CENTER.
SUNDAY NIGHT— VICTOR HERBERT'S ORCHESTRA.
BRO^w^Yj^iHUMAHTHEI,^ i *%.*££"
41 St. B*y. mm:: I ;n Love's Lottery, i Matlriee Saty.
BCI A<SSiT*O THEATRK. Kvenlnfrs. 8:15
&LA?5v VJ> Matinee Saturday at 2
VV A nviri T\ in ihr New Cnaaedy Pram*
'/VAKr. ILLU THE MUSIC MASTKH.
ur . T I." -VI* THE KAYS. "DOWN THE TIKE.
>» I'-^ 1 11> -> «» Nxt Wk EUGENIE BLAIR "IRIS
Butt of Lewis. Nov 10— Passed, sfaracr Alahama .Dam.
Goetscne, New-York (..r Chrtetlant&nd, Copenhagen
ara Stettin
London. Nov U — Sailed, steamer MlnnetonkA (Br) Lay
land. New-York.
Shields, Nov &— Sailed, steamer Helios (Qer), Jir.sfn
if rra Copenhagen). New-York
-• .>^. : . Nov 1". 1 ."• ;■ m Sailed, pteamer Majestic
<Er), Hayes (from Liverpool), New-York
Klnsale n.». p 10— Paused, stesjner Armenian ir.n. How
■ . v »\- y. rk tor Liverpool
Stettin, NOl E Arrived, learner Hursermelster I'eters^n
(Gert Thoprlch, New-York
Hamburg. Nov 10. »' a Arrived s'.*amer Permsyl
1 ..: « (Ger), Knuth, New. v. rk \\a Dover.
Havre. Nov I>. 2 a in— Arrived. !>'-.irr..r L.i Bavola (Fr).
Polrot. New-York
Cherbourg Nov '.'. midnight— sailed, ft^amer Ki'wr W|l
l."ii!i iier Grotsc (Ger), ippe.-a (from Bremen and
Soutbampti n), Nsw-Yi i!;.
Malaga So* J— Sailed, steamer Jean; (Au*t>, B'i-i'nlch.
N. '.v-Vu:k
Almerla Nov D— Sailed, steamer lala^rla (Br>, Coverty
Ni m York.
Her; 3. N<w B — Sailed «:camer mhanlt» dtai). Can»o
ne 1 Nev York
N.:;.l ■ , Nov B-^Arrtved, steamtT l.'it n<ii tV.v. Thoraj
;.,-« i-ih fw Triests and Flume
Trieste, N"v B -Sailed. H»anwr Olulla <Au»tl. Etupari^h
New-York
Matt 1 :•...■• i'i — Passed steamer Irdra«%mba (Br). Craven.
New-York tot Adi n. .-insas>ou', etc.
Indian Part. NOT '•' -Arrive. 1 .p ev:ou>ly>. steamer P'anet
fenui ii'-i> K«ley. New-York 4la BoaaJ
1 . • Sm T— Bailed, steamer Hughenden (bri. Jones
Kew-York.
Montevideo. Nov 10— rived (previously), steamer Ca
:. (Br). Smith, New- York for Buenos Ayrea »n.i
Roaarto.
1.l . fane! i Nov {>— Sailed, slramer Calderon ißfUi
«us»ell «.lrua» Kkaiu*j. New-York- ™'
FRANK H. GRAF
ANDIRONS. tr.vur.Kl
FIRE SETS.
I-.: Bevrnth Ansan.
& 10c. 20 pap
Colored Kagazme
with
m TRIBUNE
Corrected !
by
Eye Glussai '
mad*
tor
t^at purpt*»
Every Sunday.
BUY IT.
From the finest looms.
The most versatile of scarfs — the
' 'English Square," tieable in three
ways.
Large four-in-hand.
Once-over.
Ascot.
In silks rich enough for the richest
shape of scarfs.
Satin brocade; Ottoman knit with
satin scroll patterns; Turcoman; peau
de corduroy; peau de tortoise; peau
de foliage.
$1 t0^2.50.
Rogers, Peet & Company.
25 Broadway. cor Warren,
opposite City Hall.
«42 Broadway, cor 13th. We fill order*
and 140 to 148 4th Aye. by mall.
1260 Broadway, cor 32d.
and 5*4 West 3Jd St.
Amusements.
It MPIUIT THKATKE. tOtb sv .-i Broadway I
■" *~irvL Ev(?s S:3O Mars M-. . A at . I
IOWNJ T\ I? ST W the di'kk or ,
<J \J rJ l\ LIKLVY KU.LICUANKIE.
EDNA MAY *ch<£LW
KNICKERBOrivEIJ. Broadway & 2Sth St.
TO-NIGHT AT & MAT. SAT.
LH-SOTHERN'-jijUA MARLOWE
LAST 2 MIGHTS.
MUCH ADO ABOd!' NOTHING
NEXT MONDAY— Seats Ready.
HAMLET.
Mr. Soth»rn a3 Hamlet; Miss Marlowe as Ophelia-
r.APPIfIi THE'TP.E. "nth St.. near B'w»y.
\j r\ i\ r\ i c i\ Eves .4:1.1. Mats. Wed. & Sat.
H E R V M I L L E IX entamhlkd.
SAVnV THEATRE 34th St.. near B .ray.
. '»»>') Eves.. 8:15. Mats. Wed. • Bat
MRS. WIGSS AT* CABBAGE PATCH.
CRITERION THEA ™ s^^ l?™ r
WM. H. CRANE "SJSxeU 19
Nov. 16 — Fay Davis in "Th« Rich Mrs. Reptoa."
HIinQniVITHEATRE. -»4th St. near B way
riU'UCS^Ji^l Eves.. S:10. Mat. Sat . 2:10
WM. FAV^HA&a LETTY
Nov. ETHEL BAKRYMOKE In SUNDAY.
I ITinVfl BTwajr • 4".th St. At 8:10.
L,l*-'lL,\Jl7i Matinee Sal at 2:15.
LAST 2 NIGHTS.
MRS. GILRERT
In "CRANNY" BT CLYDE FITCH
To-morrow Night — Mrs. Gilbert 's I;irrweli:
NEXT MONDAY SKATS READY.
CHARLES IVVNDHA.M.
SCARY MOOKE
and their L^r.uon ipany.
FIRST PLAY DAVID GARRICK
nAf V**? Ev.ay £ : -' r ' St. At ?:15 sharp.
A-* /*.*-* I »3 Mat. Sat. at 2.
THE GiNQALEE.
nCISJ^rOQ LAST 2 NIGHTS AT 8:2».
I .^iriwCSi I.A.ST MATINEE TO-MORROW.
fHVr.LFS ln A MI>SAGK
HAUTKKY ' . FROM MARS.
NEXT MONDAY. NOV 14TH.
SEATS ON SUE.
AMELIA BIHGHAM in THE CUMBERS.
I YD If 42. near ' •*» To-uieht A To-morrow at
Llr\ll. »:20. Tele. 657<W-3S. Matinee To-morrow.
BfF B■ SI ff" IN " LA P-V>>ERRELLE."
V Lin Ik *** r W««k- ■-.. Bob.
f ItJ*• S i Rour»." •L.Hirondelle," 'La
I I L # ll ti la FariMenne" * "Incognito. "
f\ » t*lVin B"way A MOt Telephone 6570— as.
GASINu —E. 5 13. Matinee To-morrow
wi^oF PIFF, PAFF. POUF!
Mr. Loudon G. Cbarlton announces
AT CARNEGIE HALL Tb '•'.* ."
J2si**A CADSKI
n'^viD BiSPHAfVI
Assisted SUSS MAROIIERIT HALL
By MB. KEIIEI COLE
First Presentation Graa \Va3?all s
SHAK&SPERiAN CYCLE.
Ticket.'. 50e to V. Boxes, 112 $13. At Pitsor.'*.
n.VIJLEM I Even;n;s, S:ls. Matinee Saturday. 2:15. I
IHAi:LEM i Ereninsa, »:15. Mattaee consul. 15. I
opera DniimonH n *•*• »» ake <- k I
Next I THE MRS PATRICK CAMPBELL I
Week. I SORCERESS ] as "Zonura." I
WAtI.ACKS. ! II "-Al l ft i?iraßs J V >1 Ale
EV-..82.X Mats Jflj fit' 1 S'fitf gS 83 md Gustav
Wed. Saturday Ullii UUIV LoOam
GARDEN. 27th * Mad At. Eve? 20 Matt Wed .4- Sat.
Geo. Ads's New Axner- COLLEGE WIDOW
ic.-.n Comedy THE I" tf *« I. fc & £ V?jL 3 UJy
CARNEGIE HALL
BUNOAT NOV 13. AFT A EVE MON. .NOV 14,
England's Famous >lu>ii sj] Organization.
GREMAOitRGtIARDSBA.MD
Ticket?. Matinee?. B0 75. -' Eve 50 to *1 SO Now on
sate, bo: office, Dttson's, Rullman's, T\- r o^'s, McErlJo'a
* HoteU.
M EXDBISSOHS II AL I,
Firsi Concert, Tnes Evg . Nov. IS, .- ; •."
KNEISEL QUARTET
Assisted by Mr. \VA!/!">;i: DAMROSCH.
Res Seats SI. JO, at Dltsoa's, <;T IVw.iv
nKIK{>r«LIT.\N OPEK.I HOl>E.
rMlKi3lr« Lnov. CI DEC. I, h. 15. •;.
ONLY TWO MAT'NKI 9
Mondays Dec. '.'6 'Xma.«. ar.<l Jan .■ (New Year>
SEATS NOW ON >ALE.
PRICED: 11.00, $1.50. $:■■•■. f2-6», SS.M tf>oo
REGVLAB SEASON OF t.UAND OI*EK \ "
will open Monday Evening. NoTamber '1
Bale ■•'. seal for th^ first ve«k opens n<->v 17
Rupert'. ne will be announ ••(! later
WEBER PIANO L'SED
IRVING ri.ACE THEATKi:. Te»nlzbl « •«
(Schill-r-Fri^r" Pop Prices, • •;>!•. -^ii!^- Sat'
Mat. & By*«. Mr. Walden in "Alt HelOelbera;."
HORSE SHOW.
The box office at MAUISON SQUABS «;A!Cl>t:N
will be open to the public from '.< A M until <". I' m
o;i and after TO day for reserved seate for any m:-.L-:o
performance
.••A few ebotcs Arena BOMS for s-.'^
Apply ir II >r«e Show Oltlce. It X Ll?]L 1 ?] St.
MT? -» rt 1* ~t+t trt Broartwa; i- 33d St. Ev S » at J.
JilaUlliintlu Last Matin-, .; 3
ElfflSS** fSO £<"?■ LAW TIMES
ET^*€"% ri^^l* Bfcliil SHAKE-
Mon . Km 14. l" 30 p M . Becoad D Unstsi r 1 oacsn
American} I^SS&--|:B%£ :
Next Sunfiay— TKl> MARKB'B MO CONCERT
WCRCD i znsoraj) all .~t\r co St
Hlggledy-Plgzlady. Popular Prtea Mai 1
8. NICHOLAS KINK.
ICE SKATm&.
Open I x Uot.d.yi
- ■
C F^ IT IM WOHI.W I.N WAV .New Group*
ST-> &> '~~ I ti CIN X M A TO <. B \ I- 11.
Ml KKIL Extru- I-.. WE: I and M\.III.IONA
The Turf.
QUEENS COUNTY JOCKEY CL '3.
\ it i' \: i) o C r. l. 1.
To-day— Oakaaie Handicap
an<l 5 other . •—■ begin: I i( at 2 P. M
MUSIC [IV UNDER
Trains leave foot of East ;■.«!, it. at II SO A M . II 20
12 40. 1. I M an.i I.:*) p. M . and ttvm Kl^rltuah ay M
UO2 A. M.. U. 40, i. 1.20, ani 1.31 P. 1
The Horse Show
Next week there will be
SO entirely new sort of
cont.st for Hunting Horses
and
Xext Sunday's
TRIBUNE
will picture rind describe it
Also
The Subway of
Budapest. Hungary.
from which all advertisements
are barred, and whosa street
entrances are works of art —
not ugly sheds.
And the Following:
The Palace of
Arbitration at the Hague.
The Historic Haviland Inn,
at Rye, N. Y.
" Recreation Centres "
established in the public schools
after the day's work is over, and
how they provide Innocent and
healthy amusement for the young
people of th*» city.
The New- York
Foundling Hospital
whence the foundlings were seat to
Arizona the other day, about whom
bo much fuss was raised.
"Some Extraordinary
Features of the General
Election in Italy."
By Bx-Al
Best Things from the
British Magazines for November.
The Sunday
MAGAZINE
Will Furnish These:
"Hostesses of Rideau Hal!"
A timely topic by Dr Q**m
Stewart, one of the rr.nsx noted "t
Canada's Journal ists
Provincetown. f^ass..
where the Pilgrims •*■*• a;:(1
where they are go:ns to erect a
granite mwiuiwH to eo«BineB»
orate it.
"Links and Fcners"
By
"The Cub." a Willing Flirt.
Pv Sal E^rs.
" Her Cloth Roses."
By Grace M^cGowan CWM
" Golfing with Miss Harding."
By Frederick Upturn AduM
"Journalists and Authors."
and the bright stories they tell.
by Marshall I*. Wilder.
"Gathering the Abalone."
A Ml ■! found on the C.V.>
for: Coast, by Frotessor C. F.
Hoi :
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Sunday Tribune

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