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Stern Brothers
Early Spring Hodels of Women's
Tailor-made Walking Suits
On Sale To-morrow
■ Suits of Chiffon Broadcloth. Eton Coat $52.50
trimmed with embroidery, br.iid and lace, at
j of Chiffon Panama, Eton Coat 42.50
trimmed with fancy braid and silk.
Walking Skirts in Two New Hodels
of Chiffon Broadcloth, circular effect. at $37.50
I of "Voile, pleated, over drop taffeta lining, 16.50
Women's House Gowns
Special Sale of Entirely New Styles
ChallieS, Real Value $8.75, $6.25
j Albatross, " " 10.25, 7.50
: India Silk, Real Value $12.00 & 16.50, 58.75, 11.50
__ _ J
Unusual Values 3n
White Goods
a An -v i [Extra quality- Check Dimities, in a large T|
ASVV yC!S.-. variety of staple & broken checks. at i &
Heretofore 2?c yd,
' -5-7nn-V^ c - Satin Stripe and Dot Brilliants 1 EC
2700 YdS^ ;nnd j acquar d Figured Madras, at H^
■' 9™n-Vck r Taffeta Silk Finished Suitings. 1 JC
,^^UU YGS^ in var ious lustre figures, •* 11 J
Heretofore 50c yd.
*
-
Aru»!mporTarrt -Offering of Lambs Wool and Cotton Filled
Comfortables
At the -fallowing Exceptionally Low Prices:
: Fancy Fip^rvi Sateen Tops, $2a2 a f)S
Tufte.l, wool -filled, for double beds, it &»y\J
I Figured Silk Centres, extra wide silk borders, A *^EJ
silk tatting, cotton filled, for double beds, M *V« J *s
i Mooueline Tops, Wool filled and interlined, in floral effect*, O R
t s:ik tufting,*extra<wide silk borders, for double beds, <J •> *J
Also An Additional Purchase of
Scotch Flannels
; Lace* Striped* and. Mercerised Effects, in the /^\ «
: -»most»des:rable»coior:r.gs and combinations, tt JljsJ \^
r
Regular Price 60c yd.
Young Men's and Boys'
Overcoats & -Reduced
Oxford Overcoats for Boys, Bto 16 yis., Were $5.95 to 8.50, $3.95
Fancy Tourist Overcoats, 3to 16 yr*. f " 9.75 to 75, 6.95
Children's Overcoats, *% t0 3 y«-. .4.75 to 17.75, 9.50
Young Men's Overcoats. Mto * 8 ch«st measure, ] O # Qfj
Were $13.90 to 19.75
Boys" Sweaters, »8 to *6 chest measure, Were %x .95 to 2.45, ] QQ
West Twenty-third Street
MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
MINIATIIiE CALJ;NT>AR.
»Bur.r!?« 7 1." BoMet *:12 ICoon •«• fc 27' Moon's are 4
HIGH WATUt.
( JLM-*,-iv Hook W:IJ Got UUBd Mh«0|BelI Oate 12:33
v,., - -• Jan i.'T. — X 1»« Hol'.anfi-Ameri'-a Lin-'
, imand Bouloci • for >.>•■»
fyo-r m •■ oommunlcallWl by uireleae •■ .:■■•, with
lIM Ml ■'■■ Sal la l»-ind wh-n the f- earner was
r~ • . • „f Bandy II kHI p. m. to-aav. M^e will
jprot^r > d .. •!' -'- :-^ : - Monday.
INCOMING STEAMERS.
TO-DAT.
Ves»e:. From. Line.
■ TamptoO. -luary IS Warrl
(•Prince > • • . .!;:=unn.' 14 Hamb-Am
• Paul els li*:;.ojrK r . January 15 . . Han-.!. Ajn
-, ula Gibraltar, January ik Cimard
•Bayamo..^ M-f "f ■ Jsumary -i
«.„ Colon, January 'J.\ fanania
3'2c:s ....... Haroburc December 31 ■
Hubert . I^iri^adoes, January 14 Booth
Onnlc] Hull, Jar.uarv 7 U t> & A^st < 'o
fci rid , .. .«. Ivesjtoa, Januarj- 'At Morgan
lw« *.'y -«r.i»i. January 12 Bristol
' Sty ■ t .Mw ru BavannalL January 24 Savannah
Oorr.anche la. ksoovlUa. J^r.airy 24. ._ . . . .Clyd*
J^lar:;r. GsUv< st tt., Jaii'aa! y ....Mqllory
tlroqucis iackaosrlUe, . I tii.ua ry i 3..» Ctjrtf*
UOSVXT. JANUARY 29.
•Fln'^iid Antwerp. Jan:ier>- 20 Refl Btar
;; # NN r «or<iam... Rottardam, January 20.. .Holland- -Am
•CVi^i! S.-Ti Ju-i.-i. January 24. — _....Tie<iD
• Sir.ma Kincston, January -•• . Harur>-Ani
•Roma Naples. January 17... - I-'abro
[Russian Prtnoe .H«. .is-t. January IS I'rince
Atlanta Savanm tary 'M Savannah
PkJeka U'-.iJuui, January 15 Bordeaux
-j-j tu<j .January 23 Morgan
El Mur.te Ntw-Orleens. January 24 Morgan
TCEBDAT, JANUARY 80.
•Attrria <^li«K'-.w, Ji.:.uu--y 20 Ar.chor
•X Wll der Gross*... Bremen, January N O Lloyd
•Mir»Ca»t> Havana, Ji-r ,-.:<-^ '±~ Ward
j>- ; ;ri Uorde^ux. January IS
Cor^ho Qalvestan. Jui.uai-j- 34 Mallory
WCUXESDAT JANIAItT 31.
•Teutonic tisejtpaoi Januery 24 'White Star
ElnL<ulasi I.r«-m-n. Ju: is | V ... Nl} Lloyd
•Uro'.kiyn o:y Bwaaaea. January W Bi ••. I
El Elglo Galveatoo, Janoary ii storcu
THUBSDA.T. ITBRI'AP.Y 1.
;»Nora America Naples. Jariuari- 1* I^a. VeJoca
•Pretoria Hamborsj. January 2>> Hamtr-Am
■ .••'.le .St Tr.on.aj, Januan 'J»5 Qu»b«c
"I^a riaut Kingston, January i' 7 R MS P
I ■ New-Orleans 2T-... Morgan
•Brins^ mall.
OUTGOING STEAMERS.
TO-DAY.
Vessel
VSsjbsJ Fr Line. Malta close, mils.
Itlnnetvr.ka. FriutUarrii ton. America 4:3oam ft:mia m
M»XI>AY. JANTAHV 2£>.
Alllar.ra. Cnlrn, Panama 9:80 a m 1 JtO p m
Princes- " B S:00 pm
TUESDAY, JANTAI'.Y »).
; Naples, Jiarr.r. -\r; — — 11:00 am
| : lotei(l>k. I: . ■ . l'''«'an.
<v-.(/-, l.i\f-r\ ' • Star
« naache Clyde 3:'«>prn
Monroe. Not: I 1 1 .';"<>:. n.
WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 31
J-.'.l ler-« S 771 J -. ' - • , : fn a^.
} . Us Us Am 9:80 am 12 KJO 1
y. rrlnldad ltiXWam ..
I . Haytl D W 1... UK» • m ; 00 • tn
Curttybs, CalbarlMi. ilu.»i 12:00 m z >*• ;, :.;
Braid Argmtias 12:00 m
; •»< j-«mn-»\ Barber UAIn
,^r.t::.' : - • »'ard 12 (»> m j^jfm
fB-- In 1c 1 it*'s Islsnd. '"lyle 12 3opm
• >'.a_i. . rrsTiiesi r. m^:. ry ■ •■ „
S« Jacksonville. O!yd« ,'j 0» p m
i.'-.e«toiiT!. N r! \* Old Dori!rJon. ... IKMpn
TRANSPACIFIC i!.-.
fdi Btcai •. .■ . ■. .
Fi); !thr. .« AosKraUa. •* stoana
Vaneoave 1 J«.i :-, IMpn
■T»-h:ti. Marquesas, etc — Maripoaa ':a
B Ft Jan 29. :•>
Hawaii— Alarum* (.-la S V) Ja:. II
Wasat '"r.::.a J* J. 'jtc — Uongfr.in. (via
; 8 T> Fab I. in:3n ? m
; I I. C'orta., China, etc— Lyra 'via
i Festtlt) F- 1 B r - ■«• ■■ n;
3r:»:. •••r.a etr_o,t r .a <v<h - r. '
'Ounrn. 1- 1. etc V F transport Snei
1 .via 55 Fi . Pa 4 l" :n to p 1.:
i?Cew-7.e«l»r d. •*•>— •oaocna (via S Fi . ..FefrlO 10:34 p m
M»«sn, C"!. na, «"c — Err.; • - .a <>-l:»
' WiMimiMj ... ™. . i- ■ 14. C.OWpm
SHIPPING NEWS.
Port of New- York, Saturday, Jan. 27, 1909.
ARRIVED.
Steamer Campania (Br), "Warr, Liverpool January 20
arl Qveenatown 21, to the OunaTd Steamship Company,
Limited, with 13t lI In and 55$ stoeraye p&Mar.g«rs, malls
an] mdM Arr'.ed at th« Bar at 11 pm.
Steamer New-York. Rot>*its, Southampton and Cher
burg January 20, to the American Line, with 112 cabin
and 44° Bt«en.*e j'lisengera, mails anil man. Arrived at
tr.<> Rar at 4:<W p m.
Firmer Pr.n» Wlllem IV (Dutch). Vander Ocot. Para
maribo Jmamarf 8. lJ*merara 4, Trinidad 8. Oirurano and
t'E.mi.aiar 9. <^umana and Quanta 10. La Ouayra 11, Porto
Chbello 13, '"uraoao 1?, Jacmel IT, Aux Cay«a 18, Port-
D-u I'rincij 10 anfl St Marc 20, to the Hollai>d-Am»rl'-a.
L.:r.e, -h 4 pai«MnK«rB, mails and uidn. Arrived at th«
Bar at 10.30 p m.
B'.«Amer La Touratn* fFri, rajolle. Tlavr« January 20.
to the Comyagnle Generals TransaUantlquo, with 117
c«.Mn and 671 «tetra«re [aiiftiiiTj. mail* and md»« Ar
rl\ -d at th« Bar at 2:04 D m.
Strarner Flacdrla (O«r), U< d*. Port de Pali January l ft .
Pt Marc 11, Port-au-Prlnc« 13. Jeremla 14. J«cmel IB and
f-'anta Marta 18, to the Karahurif-Amerl.-an Ltne. with
mails and jndee. Arrived at the Bar at 8:82 a m.
St«an-.er Kelvlnjrrpv.- ■Br), HcL<ennan, Buenoi Ayr»«
December 80 and Ht Thomas January 20. to Norton * Ron.
with mdte. Arrived at the Bar at 6a m.
Steamer Pr!nc*»s .Anne, Tapley, Newport New» and
Norfolk, to the Old Dominion 6teamßhlp Company, with
jiasseri(fer» and iwJm. las«*d In Sands' Hook 4:02 p m.
Sandy Hook. X J, Jan 27. $>:30 p m Wind northeast:
no breeie; cloudy.
SAILED.
ftenmeni Monterey, Havana: El Paso, New-Orleam;
Jamesto'-vn, Norfolk and Newport Newt; All'ghany
('>r>, Port Antonio, Kingiton, eto; Kansas City. Sa
vannah; Dnr.vn-. Key West and Oal\eston: Merchant
Prince 'Bri, Montevideo. Buenoe Ayres. etc; Algon
quin. Charleston ard Ja'•k!»on^ llle: Maanllla fFr Mar
seilles; T.'mbrla ißr). Liverpool; Zetland (Bn, Ant
werp, via Dover, Prinzi fs Iren« (n<-r), Napl»« and
Genoa; !~.ril!a atali. Genoa and Naples: Caledonia
(Hri. GIMCOW; Main <Or>, Baltimore; British Em
pjM rjiri. Antwerp; Aurhenarden (Bri. Havre: City
of Savannah. San Junn. Varlnxa (Brt, D'm*r«ra. via
Pt Thomas, »to; Rio Grande. Mobile- El Rio. Galveston;
MarmcAlbo. Curacao, etc; Chesapeake. Baltimore; Rlch
mond. 'leorottown. S C; Uller (Nor), ft Kit is,
D«mermr»: Klngewell fßr), Newport Nevi; Calderon
iG'!«i, Manet I
THE MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
FOREIGN PORTS.
UrerpooL Jan — Arrived, steamer Luranla. (Br), Watt.
New-York via Queenetown. Sailed, !->«a.uier Carrr.anla
(Br), Prltohard, New-York via Queenetown.
Booth&mpton, Jan 27- Railed, steamer St Louis, Jamlsr.n,
New— York via Cborbourc land passed Hurst Caatle
1:30 pm)
Hamburg. Jan in, ft r m — Arrived, steamer Pennsylvania
•Si), Kriuth. New-York via Dover.
Bremen, Jan 27. .S i. m — Sailed, it»iam«- Ouml (Qer),
l'»terrr:ur.n. New-York
Oh'Thuirtr. Jar. 27, « W> p m— Sailed, steamer Bt Lou'.s.
Junlaoa i.frnm 6.iuUiamptonj. New-York..
o:b:birar. Jan 20— Passed, iteamtr Caj-pathUi (Br)
: ■- -a- Kenr-Tort for Nupiee. Trieste and Flume
'!■. Jar. l>V-Anlved steamer Calabria (Br 1 ). Cbver
>.y. N»w-York via Naple«.
Ha\r». Jan £7. 11 a ny— Sailed, steamer I a GssogT-.e
iKii. Tournler, New-York.
Bosch] FT— a. Jan 27- -Passed. ataanM* Arkansas rDan).
}«-!Tk-ii. Ntw-York for OopenhsKen.
Bro» Head, Jan 27- P«s«<-d. steamer Bovlc <Br> Kerr,
N.v York for Uverpool.
Rotterdam, JM — Arrived, steamnr I^angham ißr),
i !.i.ts. New York, 27. 2 p m, uallc.l. steamer Am»tel
■:. ifiutrX). I'.aror, New -York.
Antwerp, .Inn Hailed, steamer Vad*rland (B«!g)
NVw-York D ■ r
Bartwdoa, Jan ft— Arrived, ii«m»r Mano«. (Br). Frnser.
New- York, f ri r I'-merara.
.Tan 2!W- Sailed, steamer Fa-ny (Aust). Cr.rollch,
."■ « fork
Moville. J»i. 27 - AiTlved. steamer Fumessla <Bn. nialkie.
Xtw-Tork for Ola»KOw <and proceeded), sailed.
H'»amer Columbia (Br>. TVadsworth from Olaa«r,» 1 .
Kew-Tork
Kingston. Jamaica. Jan 2fl - Arrived, steamer Atrato ißn
>'ra!iger ifrom New -York). Colon, etc. Barbados.
' n»"rL',urg and Bouthampton (and proceeded).
Mesnina. Jan 21 -Sailed, steamer Bayonne ((Jer) Yon
Uj(.-o tfrom Venice). ■•■ ' -York
NAVAL STORES.
A q !!»• hut rtrntlv mark«t was note<i for spirits tur
: • with, rrl' <■» i-ractl'-ally unchanged Ronln rule^
e'.'«d> lit ISSStftSM f..r common to g,*rt strained Tar
- -•(.*■. t■. firm, with moderate JobWng bus!n»it at
unehaosetf ratea Wa quote-
P PIE ITS TfRPENTINF. --O1! and machine \,h)» f.'ft
tai>. f* raot:
ROBlN— Coramon to r~«l strained. *3 Wfli.l (».> n S4
** -d
BTOCK ipN • ND
26.«18 bbls
i:jil.entlne 1214 tjhls
1 .~. ....'.,'.'. *M bbli
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. SUNDAY. JANUARY 28, ISO 6.
Women's Wear
for the Southern Season.
We are now displaying
White Serge Suits,
Linen Suits,
Silk Suits,
Lingerie Dresses and
Separate Waists and Skirts,
Suitable for the
Fashionable Southern Resorts.
The prospective tourist to Palm Beach, Aiken, etc^
will find the problem of fashionable and seasonable
attire amply provided for in our assortments.
Lord & Taylor.
Broadway and Twentieth St., Fifth Aye., Nineteenth St.
Amusements.
. — <*>
TITIUPIDiN'T 1T1UP1DiN' TIIKATItE. Broadway ft 40th St. i
IJlWiraiVaj Evs. S 15 Man. Wed. & Snt.. 1:15.
MAUDE DIMS peter pan
EXTRA MATINEES FHH 11 ANT' 21
miTrDiniM THEATRE. Bwav A 44th st
V/Rli IjlvlVrl^l Eva. 8:15. Mats. Wed. m Sat.
ETHEL I in J M. Rarrie's Comply
i BARRYMORE alige-sit • by- the • fire.
Ai" ■TAXTALOO.V with I.IONEI, BAHHYMOKK
NEXT TTKSDAY. MATINEE -M '> 'S.ats SAillng).
BENEFIT PERFORMANCE BY THE
FAMOUS RUSSIAN PLAYERS
"THE TS.VB ) 1 OPOK •
KNICKERBOCKER B T "a^r^h st
Evtnlng at « II M>ittii"> Saturday <")n!y. 2 '! ■•■
I FRITZI Herbert & Blossom's ComlO Opera ,
SCHEFF M'LLE MODISTE
Special Mat. Thur« . Feb. Tl (Wnthlngton'i* n'dny).
EUU*il."S%%nsnus£^f v
SSKT COMING THRO' THE RYE
Feb. Otto. M. < oban in <■••■ .i«liincti>n. Jr.
UlinCnkl THEATRE. 44th St. E. of way.
HUDSON Evs- <J Mu'.- W-1. & Sat. 2:15.
" LAST TWO WEEKS.
ROBERT lOßAlNE.i.^j^gg..
C A%/r*\/ THEATKE. Bwny A 34th St
jAVUI BTg» nt I IS, HaU. Thurm. A Pat.
JAMES K. HACKETT( Xe T U HE'VA^'^ e!iS
MARY MANNERING i ° F y A?,!^" 0
n*l V^l " inil;l Broadway & Stth St.
*^»*_*^_* J BtcblpH I 18 Mat. Bat ftl
"The kind of play that appeal* to pt>oplf< who
• take their mind* with them to the theatre ,
Kv.' Telegram.
ELLIS JEFFREYS ,«•*- !
THE FASfINATINc; MB. VANDF.RVKI.DT.
I UftriHl THEATRE, 4"th Sf . X of Bwp.y. •
LlvCUm Evis 1:11 Matm.Thun ftSat.. t:18 !
;gg X THE LION AND THE MOUSE i
I LYCEIM THEATRE Special I
■ tomorrow am mm m ma I A if
D^"Rro 1 RICE
RECITAL UkK B lIIVU
HERFORD ££-
HAVE YOU SEEN THE CLANSMAN?
NEW AMSTERDAM -*£**££■
Eves, at 1:15. Mntlnees Wed. & Hat. 15.
POPVLAR PRICES Wed. Mat »«. It, $1 06 & $1-60.
XI.AW & ERLANGEK Praaent
FAY TEMPLETON I'r/r^t
M. COHANS n.T,,.
45 Minutes from Broadway
Seats Selling for Lincoln an.'. - Blrt
DDflinUf AY THEATR] B'way *n<l 41s1 St.
DnllAU A |F.v<» X Mut». We.l. A Sat.. - '•"'
Owing to the treninndous succ-s* the manag*
raent has lnauguriTed a series "f Fop'ilnr l'rt. ••
Wednesday Ma- ...» BEST SKAI>. $1.50.
ELSIE JAMS
AND HER GREAT COMPANY In
THE VANDERBILT CUP
with Barney Oldfleld's AwtomobUa Ra^ Effect.
LIBERTY THEATRE^gg-
E~:*i s si 5.: i 5. Mut Bat sir. o *" lo^Skm *^
OeorKe H. Ureniiti:; J^^"* lvi sr Hl —
presents •■a %w * ■«
TUC -«-<^^k «« -^»^*^
Ul^Ci D^*T'^>-^^ THE
C TT^ 0 ** 00 ''^ GREATEST
vv^>>^^ SUCCESS SINCE
0100 0* >11 * 0^ UNCLE TOMS CABIN.
iNEVrYORKTHE/\TRt,;
,-, in- A ERI.AN'CiER Man.»uera
rRUFS 26c !Wc. T.V ft l.<*>. NO HIGHER
Popular Mat Wed . 88* »»c and 75c. I.. -^. Mat Sat.
IO MDKKOW NIGHT. K:I">
k THE ROGERS
BROTHERS i IRELAND
John J McNally's I-at-at Mu.-i^l Noti
TO-NIGHT —-•<-> CONCERT
,2_H.ArIKKS— 12. BEST SKATS $1.00.
HAVE YOU SEEN THE CLANSMAN?
JOE WEBER S M^^ x £
Evening? at 8:10 Only MX lay.
' : • TWIDDLE TWADDui ONE ~7
LOKQ I.AI'IH Hrruld. '
JOE WEBER S company
TWIDDLE - TWADDLE
peat.- belli: ■ ; 4 WEEKS IN ADVANCE.
OABHIOII II A I i
I He
■ in.

NEW YORK '
SYMPHONf
ORCHESTRA RUDOLF GANZ
ilerr Felix Weingartner.
London. Jan. 2T.— TUKTENTINE— Bptrlti 4--, ROGIN
— American «ir»lnel, ;p-i tui ■ nr,» I:h< i, ■ '
Wilmington. .Tor. l; 7 SPIRITS "-I RPENTINE firm
eae; racedpU VI bbU ROSlN— Nothing Holti ttceJnS'
TUBIENTINE Brm, »&>, |4 60 ai -, . i;.^, -^
•jrles:. r. Jan. 27 TURPENTINE flm
R( BIN firm; A U. C. *.'i 2.",- D M -7 ' . r *•■■■■ V
»3 37^. o. <s«iv h. total iwnvj
I" 1 ' bbto; „..■•■. too; shipment., mm nogri ?™
saler. 1.&20 bbls receipts 4.4411 ■• „■•-'- • '•; "'"■•
A. U. CS3 «5j D. $3 47',. i:. »:i:,- j? «
♦<jo:, w w, »ti li • v <>■
Amusements.
KAMU HF.L\S<<>B N. Y. ATTKACTIOK*.
I ACADEMY OF MUSIC
E n r.iimoro * Mgra. 14th B^,,*
I Eugene Tompklna, Irving PI
! UK week of "ZAZA." r«b. s«j. "DU BARRY."
DAVID BELASCO "ir»"
LESLIE
CARTER
In David Belaaco'i «• 7A7A"
version of J^A^/*
NOTE. Owln? to the unprecedented demand.
: and for the special accommodation of out-of-town
patrons. MRS. 1 ESI IK CARTER has kindly con
sented to give an extra matinee, of "Zai»" next
■V\Vdn«sdaj-. January 81st.
NOTE — Beeinntns Monday. Feb. Bth. Mrs. L««11e
Carter will appear In her world famous creation.
"Dv Barry"
Peats oil sain Thursday. 9 A. M.
i Mall orders, with checks Inclosed, attended to la
th« order they are received.
roITLAIt PRICES.
Last f# Zaj!a" Matinee Saturday at a. Evening J.
TO-NIGHT SACRED CONCERT.
THE ROYAL ITALIAN
GRAND OPERA CO.
Celebrated Artists Chorus 40 Orchestra 40
POPULAR PRICE&
DPI ACO/^ THEATRE. West 4ld St.
DtLMOuU Eve. at «. Mat. Sat. at «.
Kxtnt M.Kin.«- Next Thursday (Feb. Ist).
I»\\ll> BCUUCU Presents
BLANCHE BATES
IV "THE GIRL OF THE
GOLDEN WEST"
A play of '4» Scene In California.
By DAVIT* BEI.ASCO.
BEATS f. WEEKS IN ADVANCE.
IJI mil H u.iy ; Eve - us Matinee Saturday. J.
uIuUU * «tb] ID TE.AR IV NEW YORK.
DAVID BELASCO raEaigNTf
WARFIELD
in the MUSIC MASTER
i EHATS SELLING FOUR "WEEKS AHEAD.
Have you seen THE CLANSMAN?
rKOI'OI.ITAN OPERA HOrSE.
TO-NIGHT AT «:» O'CLOCK
* L^ »v-»mm * roprLARPBirKS
<,!C\M> -I Mi.W Nir.HT CONCERT.
Its RAPPOLD. HOSIER. I>II'PEU JOURNB7T.
El tire. Metropolitan L>[.«ra House Orchestra, Cond. PYs-nio.
M in. Kvg- . Jan. 20 at B—FAUST.8 — FAUST. Emma Ea-mes.
Jacoby, Bau- etater; raruso. Pla'ncon. Campanarl. llAa\i6.
Cond. Frunko.
v. ■■.-,}. Kvk . Jan. 31. at »— PAGLXACCL Alten; Caruso,
Campaoarl, Relas. Parvla, Con.l. Vlgna. Preceded by
HAEN3EL tm.l fiRETEU AbarbaneU. Alten. Homer.
Weed; (Jorl^z. Cond Kranko.
Thure. Ev«, Feb. 1. at 8. Special Performance —
RJOOLETTO. Abo:t, Jaix>by. Bauermelster. Maplewon.
Vail; Jaruso. BcotU. Journet. Bftsuft, Muhlmaan, Dvfrlche.
I'aroii. cond. Vigna.
, m Evg.. i-.b. 2. at 7:Si>— MBiaTE»SINGER. Alten.
Homer; Knote. \ a-. Rooy, Gorltz. Blasa, Relsa. MUhlmann,
l>ufrt.n«. I'iind. Hertz.
Sat. Aft.. Feb. .t. at i— I. A BoHEME. Pembrich, Alten j
Caruso. panar!. Journet. Parvls. Rossi. Cond. Vlgna.
Sat. x-vif , rib. 8, pop. prices, at B—AIDAEmma8 — AIDA Emma
Eames, Edyth Walker; Dlppel, ScottL Plancoa, Mlihl
tuaun, Par. ill. Cond. Vlgna.
.*. WEBER PIANO USED.
Irwinn "ace theatbe. third week:
irVlliy Every turning and Saturday Matinee.
CII It I v r I AM ■. and WARDEN In the Great
££££* 4 *DEK KILOMETER FRESSER"
(•'THE ROAD-BURNER).
t>:.< -V berlnnlnr to-morrow night.
' 1. .' ■•■ Matinee Saturday.
CH : T.INGHAM Presents
MAXINE
ELLIOTT
In the vii: FITCH Comedy.
HER GREAT MATCH
LEW DOCKSTADER Md MfxßYK R E ?i T
Til HirilT GRAND concerts
lU"nlunl 10 acts v«
LOOP .^H^r^A SEATS, 800 750 $1.
Madison SQ. THEATRE
i:4thet - Bw tAST wMk a^^
HENRI de VRIES
in A CASE OF ARSON
Preceded by THE BBAIBIJCT DIAMOND^
•••MONDAY, FEnRI.'ART 6. SEATS TrTTTHa
Th« London Ilaymarket Theatre ""--i—
lli XV MISS IIKAV. ouco^*
« — :—: — j
£& WALLACK'S &IV" MSV
U In Edwla Milton Hoyle's Western V«~ Xl
THE squaw Man* |
'§2 MATINEE, FEB'V. I»TH. R« I
MAJESTIC I^^.' 1 ""-
JAMES J. CORBETT
in CASHEL BYRON'S PROFESSION
WEST END i -.S ll * l i« ft 5
DAVID HIGQINS "His Last Doll
GARRICK :i^^Si
rii > '-"''v win. a „„.
r ii r. i in..
Nl «M Girl ■ ■I t 1.1
£* i CRAY LADY.
Amusements.
Attractions Playing In Haw Tort Under Direction of tin Messrs. Skiton J :
LYRIC Be.t M.»t. $1 at W*d. * Bat Xatlneas. TO-MORROW »ii |
THE TINEITL COMIC OPERA,
| Book «/VIC XICMVA.
■ Book by Clara E. Drtseoll and nnh*»rt Sm't* =tror« by RaytnorKj Hi'vn I
■• stag'-'i by B H Burn«'.fle - J •«••■ I
■ Cant '-" .iH » Thomaa Q. Seabrooine. Christie MacDor.ald. «tph H«rb«r' aa4 ■
Blan«*h» Daw __— .^___^-^^—^—^^^_^__ B
casino ? ,- V, .'»*.".. '.? r '". "I":. » .:: tooth tim! I
I THE EARL *Se d GML{™KSH
J with rnnic fot. Souvenirs I
* SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT* I
HEVRY MILLEK WILL »EO«> THK FHIM * >« rHEATRr p^ I
12TH pRESr.NTINf. \ NEW r\,\\ F-.NTITI.Mi. rH X f^! " I
■ TRITn" BY I lUHTI.KV MANNKK" WITH A KKMyKKXBIr r 1« T / I
PIOIQS O f Bway. |Owner and If — f I ifWrn at 1:11 ■■l»aaty SUC.,/3C.,St I
LOCIS CLARA EXTRA MATINEE FEBRVAfIY :-- H
J* MANN and LIPMAN is JULIE BONBON L
_^-— SEATS can &• Obtains 1 y ~ ' _ —— .:
JU-^t' M*t..W.44*»t..S :29. Pop I . §»» •«* ff
"TS ** Bp-clal Mats on Ua*r. !n «-™-. * :.ir.:- Stt ISmX? I
"^ J HE.VttY W. 9AV.%r.E OFTUM f
-><Zb~X&t&'&±2>~*^' A POSITIVE AND ABSOLUTE SUCCESS
HITCHCOCK
_JJ. v n v U v X
•T>«U»»r*d th« Mte" IN THE SEW FARCE ENTITLED " '
sssC^- - THEGALLOPER
""•• • luoo^ RIB m RICHARD HARDING DAVIS.
-o*iiope4 to poimt»r »d- An American Comedian in a Breezy
prov%l." — OLOBE. Wholesome Farce by an w% * fc /i
Wholesome Farce by an
"C!«verly contrived "*[[_ Amerijc_anjAjitJToi\_ |
— PRESS. li- — —
E I T H S
laW Subway Express Station.
CONTTNTOCS PERFORMANCE 1:«O TO 10:S» F. M. E. F. mMMmM, On Jf,,.
O7vnTTIJ"uT frvnL hock * jave rose wt:>tworth ■; T»rfh7^-?j^(»j
rHJULIIINI ; ELTON * CO. Eque«tTi«n >«*r«itj. Pa* P?.y£; ';. V^i *
"Klnr of Handcnffi. 1 * j ' RQSAIRE *> PORETO. i . Rooney * Marlon Bant. JO— T,RC.iT" Vcri^a
OQD Mmo. Mant«Ul. El F I AMB l CTH Merrhant of Vrakm. K>
fc<3 ST. R-ynard. Felix A jf^ f» g* »* AY - il.ac-.a--a. iHT^JT
Barry A Barry. Goo \V Day. pw_ ■■ I"I 11 ■» »nn. Mr *»•■* 34.- la,
War! 4; Curran. MelvUU 4 ■kfl ■ 3a3 a I Il|A Bur-r.. P.«e*pt. at Fr! iT
Bre?*on. Rae A Br-« h-. Th« ■« 811 UK" "' :v Ma - S Man.. -■„, - s *
Duranta. Four Balrd Br»i UrBU~ ■ aLB ■■£ m. N»'--» H-««r.«<J. :j, jo ;??
Snicking Balcony H^ I ■ ■ I J% I J — '. —
IOCTH"C.APT.\IX SWIFT." " "" M -"' T """ * 53 ST. MaottteTHoS?
1 tJ PT. Ml*«-» Morgan. S^ott. I Feat» r«*erv#-l In al-.-»ne*. C-ir-» * V/-rb. 1 M^ea,
Deshon. .Tf-nell: M«»»rp. MeAt- i Wat»rtnrv Vr-i * -__
lister. Hill. Alkcn. H: .lard. ! TWO 810 SUNDAY SHOWS Lrot*» Dr«w<». F!-!1i »•«'
Reed. *c .^ Vaudevm^ sr At aU th. Proctor H. a. ft?"" "S^KTSSS
HIPPODROME
THOMPSOTC M DDDT, /
MtuMfer) • A
Most Extraordinary y^C^ /
Production Ever /*^s>/
Staged. /fa&/
WITH /^^/
SENSATIONAL A V>/ *""
NEW AHEIIIC/XS /COURT
ACTS. /At// OF THE
/Stir/ GOLDEN
/l§Jy FOUNTAINS
VrfT"h| And Other ("npr«c«
y Mw f dentrd F«iturr» In
£ f IVrmlnK Succession.
VV/ EVENINGS AT 8.
/ MATINEES DAILY AT 2.
/ FKICKS tSm. to »1. except it«
Ulanhaltan (Thfatn
Broadway and Thlrty-thlnl Str*»t
HARRIS. ORET FISKE Manager
Ev«nln<s at I:Ml Matlnse ftatur«lay at t:M
Bth WEEK OF the SEA- CITrrCCC I
SON'S BIGGEST LALGHING OIIICMJ
THE FIXMEST PUY SINCE
"ARE \<>l' A MASON?"
BEFORE
AND
AFTER
By the Bam* author. L*o D!trlch»t«!n.
THE GREATEST COMEDY CJkBI
BROADWAY HAS K>OVV> 1> YE.\Ks.
COLONIAL sssr*
V CONCERT TO-NIGHT &&Z "
SARAH FRENCH & j zfenbA^f
JJ AARON MILLER %2&t£3£.
A.VU COMPANY lI AYES * MOVTCOM
LESLIE i°°D AILEY M ?*£S»S
LCOLIC flu UMILCI the sh.vxy sorni
bLOOMJ WIRSLKSa TELEGRAPH. Vit» f raph.
A L H A M"BRA^?
•^ CONCERTS To-day. 3: IS: To-nlirbf. lIS
W»«k Jan. ?Cth. Bar aJa Mats. Daily. JJa.
MA^rnT MOTH NICHOLS &ISTEBS,
CARLETON MAC: h awthobne*dcbt
& MAUDe HALL ■ roma>o^. axber-
I*ATTT BBOTKEIia » TTB A MIIJ.KK. VltAsr.
HAVE YOU SEEN THE CLANSMAN?
HAMMERSTEIN'S ffl^«j,-r, aia'
To-day >:13. To-nl«ht 0:15. Hl* Popular Bill
Br|. To- I ABTHUH PRIXCE. CL.4RICB VANCB.
morrow Mat. | Clayton Whit* A Mart* Stuart A Other*.
AIM iMbndklssohn mi,
SAM t *^— '-^
FRANKO [^K^^^i
entoojiD co>cert Mr. Leopold Llchtenber?
OIT SOLOTBT.
OLD MUSIC T!l ' l '* * 1 B " x i " VI^"«. 9 *' ii »o.
HEMIFJ 11*1.1 M Tuom. Aft. •• l
FIRST AMERICAN BONO RKCITAI.
SUSAN STRONG
(Lata of th* Metropolitan »>;>«r»k ?{ >u««i
fric*. |i, ti 60. Boi Offlo* »M \i«iu-lu
DlrsotlOD of Loudon O. Charlton
DUO IJn Tu * - r ** *•' i. is
SYMPHONY SUSAN METCALFE
nillllTrT ! . Tlrk - t * at I.uokhariSt *
yuHniE.l isr'L*' m-" ■>-'-••■>•■> iuii
MV-it.t^ Extnk AttntcUuMA. UiuuwUa MtMio.
A m uxementa,
CAB. KOI F. HALL.
Thursday Afterrxon. February I, Ml
Song Recital
MADAME
SE MB RICH
i Mr. IarDORE LfTTCSTON?: »'. tie ?Uadi
I
r> 9«rßlis» per.M.-c ifraa "L* »tn% H.
) arona ' ) Pns]sj|
) "I Att«B9t from Lov-ys Sickness" fJroa Ik
( Indian Queen" > ->^t»;
; "Patron das rr.acht der triad" (ttrsa "Stna'
i ■wtßehejsj Phoabus ur.l PiX'j Bsni I
) "An Ciiloe" ICasvt
•Neve Liebe, Meue* I^bea".... ...Be»tiff^«,
"Llebesbor»chaft" icouet
"Xachtlgair* Brusi
"Lleder der Brtut" ri. an 4 II ) ifc^^j
"Er Isfs" {aUiusja i
"Anersnelen" ... .B. Kiwi
' r>— Glockenthurme.r's Toehtertotaf ...iMml
Pa»t.-)rale Km
"The I. ant o' the Lea!" . Artiiar ?&■*■
'Th« Lark Now Leaves His WatTr XeK"
B. W. ?*nw
Ts Mini;' <.. Thy; ■ .MMi
"A'om List^en Gr«amack.l«ln" "**(
*"Em Traum" Jr«t|
"P'.ea 11 t«a»if < ">~>b K»: >r Taf) ..Tlei»!to«s»
"Nla placx (Jxlewore 1 (Polish Masurtk)..l«&as«slil
Prices, 11. f 1.90. R. KM. Bcies. til 111 )
) Tlaketa on sal* a' B x OfSe« Carsegie EaU. ■!';
\ «t Luckhardt I Balder'a, 10 East lTt4 SL
ST. NICHOLAS RINK
66TH ST. ANT> f OI.IMBI i an.
IS OPEN TO-DAY
Three 3*ssl.r.s U .; ex.«s: UonJaj*.
At ;0:.TO A. M.. 2 30 UdlJlfl
Perfect Ice. Sk*:-« r. j* . ..T..Mfc;a Jo»>
nitfKi.i «. A.M>> riUS HlOi „
Thur». Feb. 1—45: N • <v*s vs. X. T. JL 6
Sat. Feb S- . -. .* viWl^^
THE CHARITY BAII
For the Nursery m ! . Dili's Hosstai
WALDORF-
Tboreds^ Ew.. Feb 1. Boise JJ Sa* ■*
Tickets, id W. 11th. Ei lUvsraids IWe, FlftS A* vm
Co.. 116 Bth Ay. 11 W. Hth at.'. 4E.'• - »*■ _
arjon~ball
Madlwm *iu»r« unnien.
FrldAT. Feb. »*!>. !»*• ,„.
FRENCH COOKS* lUIX. r
Terrme* O*rtlra. W*^
Only Frencii Bui'. c>f th» 3-.^3 -.^
Dl»pi«y or Cu.laary Art t»Ci*»»l C»
A;:.rti. 3 ».-•• ._, «s«
Flos Music. Sur>p*r I r..ic4".«J - T. l^.***"
Tickets frt^i Oats -^ - i~..~t sat"*
PASTOR'S |*rS
IRENE VR.OTKLCN v:: •* "StJamSi
P»tci:no Br* Korcro^a. B-s^a ■» -Csf»
Mr. ttdMn. Shaw. B^ls «» :i **£ir^
Ball & Richard*. M*rr * ?*^
C»irl Bre^ir.er Zjicsx^ m -
MEETI^TOP THE I3^JJ;
•4th St.. • p. m. T. raw—
Proposal*. _^^-
*"■"■"■- JM *Sir t<S^
BOARD O» WATKK SI l t I V CITY 0J j^,,
Office of th* Bo*rd of %v .^^^S^ "J^W* >**
TO C^NT^tACTOSJ: •
MAJKINO TEST BOltlN.i.- IN THS «gjf
AUSNO THK »HORES g* Jf^MK^Ei**?
C2EALED IUDS OB I'KOIOsAM "
° iw^t.^ py th, Bc*oM of W»t« *«»» «
omc * "•"iMtTr pxuKVABTi «a .^e;
for m&klnc i«t : „ |S WIM»"^
• hor *" y Yor*. ** %s
Hamburg. Dutches* County. N *" h ,.. rr >«iil «■*!?%
£!»>■« aa" hour til. bid. « i:: (f - lk LITjjiJL «it «• *^ar
Th. •,»<klM of the eoatrv.!. 'f !!nO»^*"*^^
th. Bo*r4 « W*t«r ■■ » M » ** * »° """"^ jd
U( ?hU "rer* to author! led by CBaf «« 4 st*tJ»r*JJ
or the Mate v-f New T r» '*!°^»s *V!2m» I
within limits of not ™re t ..*> • t >* m *^Z*\
more thaa 4 mile* b»k'». «• „ 'iXb pSJB** II *£+*
Th* total amo-int of "ork upon , •
I maJe will n>^t be less ih*n *«V -»^, c l**^*" !
depth i«f h,4»s. Tne »ev:rit> r»«>|J{Tr rwetrsd *^i
sand dollar. (*3.<W 00) N » MJ •« .*^ir>l3*J r^\i* !
a NaHonal or «tat« bank, in tn» *■ J«^, r . to "•J^
ta the ura.r of it^« Ctonsytrv-llsr. •-' "^,« Is » •■
of Five huadred *>Uar« '*' 1 *, > U . - Tn * .^-sV* **
pleted .v» .T before July tsA W» ;,,, n!*?TZi*-\
blUi.-r fcin. of prop —I ' . rm ; ' % f :ns «*Sis' l
l>r.'vr>l by the Cterpor.»!l r- « ' un **'i ,H,, H , &*& *
can b« iXahwa «t t-e • - >r V tn»4l- —
cn\.-< v chauw - •^^
OH A.-*. A IUiAH - - '
J. WAUDO SMITH C»ss« ■"- lrn

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