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MIN LEAD STRIKERS
IN ATTACK ON POUCE
Garment Workers Riot When
Told "Breakers" Have
Been Put to Work.
BATTLE IN BROADWAY
Manufacturers Defy Union and
Plan Alliance of Employers
to Fight Demands for
Fr raped by the report that the kmt
ment mantifa?torera were using the ses?
sions of the arbitration commtttee of tin?
?"??ambrr of < 'onDm-rre to obtain a delay
while Ussy wars filling; their shop?, with j
?tr'kebreakei *-, tin? striking serment I
w.irkef? ycm?i.I;i\ :rj>nrted to violence.
Tlirca* of the outbreaks resulted In the
ar.-?-)i.1 of five strikers.
The first and liveliest ficht occurred at
the frectory of the WatihlnKton Company.
No. ln> Astor Piare. \ thousand strikers,
?half ?of whom were women, gathered
?ebO'.;t tin? doors sad ?iern:tnde<j admit?
tance, ;-houting that they wanted to drag
?out the strikebreakers they declared were
workinar'In the shop.
Desplto the asfl'?)ranees of Charles ?
?JLdlw, president of the company, that no
iSrtrtktbreakers were In the building, the
iinob rushed the door1*, forcing the ele
??vator man to take them up, or went
etreurrtlng up the seven flights of ?tairs
ngo the workrooms.
i Mearrtlme a call had h?en sent In for
l"th? police reserve??, and they came to the
i<acto*v on a run. They found Mr. Adler |
and orv? or two of his employes barricaded
?t>eh1:..l (loots n'?l the mob in possession
??of the shop The women attacked trie
rhlueciiis. knocking on? bluecoat's hat
Holt hiiil rip'iUis* the poncho from an
i?other. ?in? ?,f the employe? of the corn
?jaany came? in for a beatlrr? when he at
?%#<mpted to eject one of the women from
Innocent Bystander? Surfer.
The other two fight* pectirred about the
?tfloor? of the Mark? Arnhelra Company, at
?t*th ?feet an/! Broadway. When the
?trlkers heard that a number of husky
??rooklne: p?rson? standing about the pla?e
Nsaaa "stroniir-arm'' men hired to protect
'?the employes of the company who re
Tmainc'il at work a;i attack was made
apon the guards. A lively scuffle followed,
?fltirlns Which several passcrsbv were
?flrewn Into th? melee, some of them re
?oelvlnp rough treatment and suffering the
lose of their hats.
The first attack was repulsed, but in a
few hour? a lareer crowd, recruited from
th? meeting ha.Is, returned and attacked
the "?-tronc-arm" men. The guards wer?
getting much the worst of tt this time
?when the police tame to their aid. arrest?
ing five ?nf the fighters.
They wer? all tak>-n to Jefferson Mar?
ket ??Start and arralsrned on charges of
dlsorderlv rondin t. Three of them- Sam?
uel QeMberg. leeei h Wliner and Thomas
Ma?-k- sakl they were strikers, while the
other two??los?*ph l^epanto and Samuel
Ste;o-?-r.id they w.ere defectives In the
employ of Arnhelm They were all fined
$10 by Matristrate McAdoo. The fines of
the ?ur'krr-- were peM by the union, but
the ether tare were locked up in default
"If v..m believe you ran achieve your
end? it. tin?? ?tr;ke by violence you are
very n.'t? ti mistaken." ?aid the magis?
trate. "Toe have got to stop this sort of
thin?;. If ;n.y of you ever come up before
fne on suck a chart? a?- this anain you
?will suffer the (all penalty of the laa*.
?rhto time 1 will fine TOW all Ha Heal
SJme I srifl ?end you to prison "
Manufacturer? Defy Strikers.
A now call f??r a movement to fight the
Mtrtke was Issued last night to lnde
p?mdent Hint, ufaeturers by W. Ellas,
president ?if the I'nited Manufacturers
?Uid Merchant-' Association. The call
,_rmM as follows
A grave ?niais ronfrents the clothing
xnajjufactureis of this ?Itv. one demand?
ing untied snd immediate action. Until
?now no effort hss been made to meet the
?attempt to force upon the trade the au?
thority of the union and conditions which
?Winild mean ruin to the ?creater part o'
?the traile. Tlie I'nited Manufacturer? and
Merchants' Association of New York,
Com;rlslng many representative clothing
frms. mindful of this situation and with
the view of bringing together the whole
Vody of manufacturer?, feels called Upon
to take the Initiative in the movement to
?jpeotect the individual lirms concen-etl.
The statement 1? the first real defiance
rthat has been thrown down to the strik?
er??? snd promises to bring about a pro?
longed ?tmgg>. Strike leader? laet rdght
?sala they were willing to joi? battle for
any length of tun? on the Issue put up to
eh.?Tn In the call. After netting forth the
yaal nature of the demanda, which have
fc*?ii ?Mxefully kept from the public, and
pointing out that If complied with they
Von c?iii rest assured.
Your size suit is here?in
variety as great as ever.
That's one advantage of a
biff business, at a season when
one expects to find broken
stocks, though real winter's yet
Suits si H to $48.
?Savings for hoys of all
All through our suits and
Ro?.t.rs Pkei Company,
Three Broadway Stores
tt at ?t
Warren St. 13th St 34th St.
would practically dot M? the coat of la-|
hor, the statement announces a meeting]
to be held ai the Broadway Central rto*|
tel mi lanuar) i .'- 1 o'clock.
No Settlement with Union.
An atrooat equally ? arllli? - latenten! !
was made ti\ Bugen? !'?? njaaaln, president
of the Clothiers' Association, dectarMg
that work in il,?- ractorleo would be eoa
tlnued with whatever banda could be oh?
taitie.j. N'?) aettlemeni va ,,ui,i be mad?
with the union, h?- BaM
Another secret meeting t?f the Chamber
of OoBunOros waa held, and. although
nothing ??as f-iwn OUt a? to what tians
ptred, it was apparent iltti?- progresa waa
iiiaij.- Profeasor Jenhs, one ot Ihe eon
f?'i i ees, *--;?ni. however, that something
might happen to-day.
The Btrlkera estimated that one thou?
sand ni"i" employes left their work ye?- j
torday. An oflkial denial was alao Issued
from union ii?-a.iguiirteis that Ike Indus?
trial Workera of the ?World bad anytl ing
to do aith th.- strike.
David Rodin, Harry Rieh ami Israel
Pine, three Btrlkerg arrested 'J'fcf-ieday for
eateting the Bbope of Murray Dennlson,
at No. tu Broadway, and trying to nail
out the workera there, were placed under
[HH honda to keep Ike peace by Magia
A mass meeting for the Btrlkera ?a?;
announced for to-day at -' o'clock in
RutgerB S'luarc. at which the nalU'lial
ofBeen wooM speak it was alao na?
nOUneed that the help of tha- Bo? lalist l-i
bor parti bad been accepted.
it was reponed al union besdgUSrtsrB |
iiiHt the Btrlkera In tVewsrk had induced I
one hundred employee ?>f Levy A Bchar*
tofr, in that ? it?, tti Join them.
NEW ARRESt'mAY CLEAR
FORGERIES OF $100.000
Brooklyn Real Estate Broker
Alleged to Have Been Lieu?
tenant of M. A. Livingston.
Nahum .1 Hliatrkin. Bald to l"e n lieu?
tenant of Miron A. Livingston, to WhOSS
activities hank? attribute loeaes amount?
in?; to nearly 1188.009, surrendered him?
self \esterday to Detective Plood, O? the
District Attorney's ?tfti? ??. who hsd a
bench warrant for his arrest. BbStakin
1? Jointly indicted with Livingston for
pSBBlng a fur/fed the k f.,r IIS.**?* On the
National ?'in Bank on Januar) ti
?batskla w.-i? released in B,**M bail by
Judge Swann in ?Jeneral Session?.
George Z. Medalie. the Assistai.t Dis?
trict Attorney who bandied Livingston's
case, had a shoit talk with Bhatskln yes?
tertiay, and it Is believed Ihst he will
volunteer to help In the prosecution of
Livingston, Ths man who actusll) turned
out the artistic- forger!?-??, which l..ink?
certlfled ?.,, readil>, lias not J ??? been
caught, tut it Is believed I ist sooner ill
later one of the gang i\;ll be aiTCSted
who will inform against him.
According to witnesses ??i.i have be OB
examined by Mr. Medalie. the arrest Of
Sl.atzkiu Mil! revest more of the devious
ways of Uvlngston. it is a lege.i that
Shatzkin. at Livingston's suggestion, took
a room at the Park Avenue Hotel la?t
January under the name of Charlee Por?
ter, a man ?bo had advertised f"i work
at a valet, it t? ?aid, WSB senl I" ' Ml
Porter" by Uvlngston. ?m ti.?- second
(lay of in? employment the iaw was toM
to take a cue, k for no,Mg, psyable t<> ra?h
and purporting to be signed bj Charlea
S. Porter, attorney tot Qaudlg A Blum,
furrleis, to be cashed at liie National City
Tlie inl.-t has tpld Ml Modelle that
when in- gol oack with ihc cash and a
bottle of coidtal that "Air Porter" waat?
ed, no "Mi. Perlgr" was i'o n?- fo ind it
is believed that Hhatzkm becam? I light?
ened and fled after be had started the log
check on It? ?way. The next ?Ja> . a. cord?
ing- to the valet, a man < ame With B let?
ter, signed by Uvlngston, in which the
valet ave? directed to in; the money to !
the bearer, as "Mr. Port?! ?us in a '
hospital as the result of a lallway acci?
Hiist-kiii was at Ko SU TI.i "up avenas, I
Brooklyn. We is a real estate broker.
PAYS FINE AT JAIL HINT
Chauffeur's Poverty Vanishes
at Prospect of Tombs.
Thomas Donovan, a chauffeur coiiv.? ted
of driving a laxlcaii while intoxicated,
found IM to pay hla Une In Bpedsl ies?
?lona yegterday When be was threat, ged
with ten da:-?. In the Tombs as an alter?
native. Patrolman ?'onrad, of the West
l_>th street police station, teetlSed tnat
Donovan was Intoiicated ami had driven
his machine up on the sld.-waU on llgth
street In the early morning of Decem*
Donovan said he bad had only tWO
drinks and that the misbehavior of the
car was due to a broken knuckle on Um
steering gear. Jimios Zeller, ?'olllns and
Fleming Imposed a fine of 1-5-the p?n
alty specified In the ?'alian law I'ounsel
for Donovan, mindful of the ?a*e of Ar?
thur Warley, who had be?n ordered out
of court when he ?aid he could not pav
his line, told the justices bis client uas
too poor to pay that amount
The Justices Simonne-?1 that Donovan
wo, ; 1 have to go to Die Tomb? for leg
da> ?. Donovan then nuoi.- a more thor?
ough search of his poCkOtS and pi o
BANKERS CHAUFFEUR FINED
Employer Didn't Like Badge, So He
Wore It Under Coat.
George Stanford, an KiiglUh chauffeur,
nineteen years old. living in U.-lll'onl.
Ixmg Island, was fine,! $;, yeoterdsy in
the Jefferson Market court by Magistrate
McAdoo for driving a car and not wearing
hla chauffent'a badge where it could be
aeen. He was employed by R. J. Franke,
a banker and bii.kei. with offlcea at No.
88 Wall street, and he was ?Irking Mi?.
Krnnke uptown on Fifth Hienue when
Mounted Patrolman William J. l-enihan.
of the TrafgV S?r.ii'l. BOrved Mm with the
In c-onit Stuiif.n.l t.,i,l Magistrate Mr
A'loo that he ba.l been In tills country
one year, and that he bad BOt understood
that to wear his badge Inside hi* coat was
unlawful. He tobl the court al?o that bis
employer bad tobl him rot to ?mi it out?
side, saving be did not like iln- look? of
Magistrate McAdoo ?eld that violations
of this ordinance wers becoming ion fre?
quent and that he wa- going to do all In '
his power to stop it by imposing heavy,
DISBARRED FOR OLD FELONY, j
The Appellate I?iils?,n. dlahSITed PlOdB I
rick W. krlsteliei .vest.: .lav because of j
hi? conviction on a felony rhargi beforeI
hi? admission to the bar In Seeking ad?
mission in IMS he produced the afltdavtts
of two attorneys that be ?-* of good
moral character It wh? Isarnod ihat
KrlRteller had bOOH (n trouble ?everal
lime?, finally being convicted on the
?barge of perjury end being ?< iiUnced to
m IS ?P YONKERS,
Ordinance Forbids Men Running
Cars Without Two Weeks'
WHITRIDGE BLAMES CITY
[Meanwhile Rain and Slush Add
to Discomfort of Citizens
and Local Shop?
With the employment of strike breaker?
forbidden by city ordinance, ail fonkera
Is still restricted -with f.w exceptions to
Shanks' mars becauflfl of the troll? t
nun's walkout. Commuters arho work in
Sew Tors in.ve t?. fct pp mtK h eerlier
than usual to gel t" buMneaa frocks and
wagons ?.?nv them t<> the train-: ..f toe
l'un.am division, which bring them sa
far south ;.s iSlih Mreet, where the) get
The i einstoim of yesterday morning snd
last muni's Bnow.msde it parti? uiariv
hard on the heipiesi r?sidents ??f the sf
fected ?list..?t. ?t.,i. what ?s ?rcese, the
S?d is lint m Mght w nib* it caaaot i??*
sala busineas Is at a standstill. fonk?
era is greatlj hampered, snd becsuae
shopperi cannot gel itii?. the ?hopping
district in" Vonkers merchants era roslni
heavily. Men; complaints sgalnst th?"
.-ti Ikei ? are h? srd.
I'rcd.i ?. k w. tVhltiidge, president ? f
Ihe Third Avenue Railroad, put the rtrike
sflon ... i" the Ms y or ano Common
Council ??f Yi.nk.ts m ?i letter seal .???
iciria? to Mayor .lain.-- T. Lennon. He
says il Is unable t?? op?rete bia cera i" -
csuss bs Is uaable i" Intiodu. a Mriki
breakers In face of an ordinenc? irhich
prohibit? m? h operetlns trolley cera un?
leh? th?;. heve bad si leaal fifteen daya'
exp?rience on bankers roads This ordi?
nance u.i- pass? ? . ...it m1' at the
ie?|i;.-M i?l th.- trolle) n.- n I .'...?n ami the
F?d?ration .?i Leboi ? ?( vVestcheeter
Both Sides Mark Tim?.
The < .h - were still m the bet i -
.;.!.. and no ?ii".i ????a.?? msd? i?. operate I
them. Both ?Id? ??? awaltli ? k i ?<[ '
ments. attorne) General Carmody arrote]
ihe Mayor thai .?":< ?. ?ipt of a p? tition
BhoeIna ?' ? i??i..ti"ii of i... - f" ?
bia oiti? t..i a? h?.n i ? ??> ild .?' i The Pub?
lie s?-.' vi? ?? I 'ommlaalon ol I he ?d i ? ?
wioie thai II would
thar? WSB ari?.tniiiK '" I??? d?sns ? Hhiii us
poar? i snd .i Isdl? lion.
j. j Bealtn an.i M. i Besgen, of the
Blata Board <>i Media on i i Arbitra?
Hon, apent ;?.''' ol Tb iradey ei .
da) ni \ oakei a.
.\lr. M i..' Idg? i ? .? ??mi i" Hi?
l Mfc'-i Thai me V?inkers Ita roed i oas?
pan? :* uusb ? '>? . omi I) a our rs?
| l?Sl .. - I ?:.,??? . ? ?
Strike '1 ..e ...is ? ?. n OUI] '
operation, Brat Bband?mmeni ??' las
sti ...?? b) th? ? nu..">-.- ol th?
or. ?e ond, Uy 1 - * skera
in r? spocl to ihe flrsl ? ? ?Jifti
CUlt? I? 'hat Hi.'??on ??. .? ? v......*.?
muted Association of sti??" ..- i ttUctric I
Kail*?.. Kmployea uf America, to ?4 tu .|
int.st of the employ?s b? uns supposa
tbeaaeelves 10 be \<mi.j arlth ? ?? a upon ?
>? .. 1 1 ules of 1 he ? umpsi . - | or
uos of lis pfllcera .. 'i- ?? s ..?? .?i'
prava, and in ti.? public Ini. :
sidet It m? dut) .'s presiden) <u : j ?
com pan) not to acquieaca in this \ie.?
?Second, ?t? re>!????? t?. bi Ingina it. atnke
breakera from the outaid? . It is perhaps]
escapad your attention that Beci , of
the ????le of ??idlnsn? ea ul of j
li.iike:? forbids It
Hands Tied, H? Says.
1 tid'-i iheaa circumatan ? - d ? , lj sa 1
reg. el lb? ???? "^-? enk mi ciuin I 11 ??
present atrike ;?? the citizens of l'onkera
I am unable v. :? ?! ..11,111 . ??
force ;u,.i the strike s not abandoned ;??
do in. thing ? batet si
Mayor Lennon Bald l.i?i night he ?*..*
not >?t Kail.?. 10 ?sake a statemi
answer t?j the letter from Alt. Whlll >
He wanted t n.? ., digest ti.?- contents
it it e\?.? ? t. ?1 - oa will be pi??
posed at a i<<? si neetli ?; ol th? Clt) Coun 1
ol Mondsy night looking t.. th? repeal ?>f j
the o:d.nan ? a*hi? prohibits men from
out of town operstlni cera .;? Vonkers
K? presenta) ?ves o? th? ui on will be on
?.ai.?i i?? uiKe that 11.e ordinance be not
repealed1, b.u it i? asid there i? a ?tiong
fe. Img r'??r repesl.
The Toakera Chamber <>t Commer?a
Btel yastsrda) sftsraooa and the ?spike
was discussed et some length, union mea
explaiiilnu their i"is?tinn. The K?Kbt Roe,
Monsbgnor Charles R. Cortejri of ut.
Mai> a Church, nrgfld that a??tlon b?
taki 11. He thOUght the COTS '? k ' to be
running and that If concerted H'tlm. wete
taken by the cHlSBBfl Hi?*' w?. ?Id I?". lie
di?i not want is ssa disorder ami blood?
abed, with rr.ni[i? pstrolllBg Ihe stieets.
,.n , be thought the ?-reat Inconvenience
the people were l.einjc put to >?ui;hl '?i bfl
He suggested the appointment of a ,<.m
.mtt??i to tty to bring SbOUt mediation.
the lailroa?! men havltiK signified their
intention to be bOOBd b) ai nitration. A
commlttes was s?ppointsd to ?*?. sir
Whltrldge OB that point.
The conductors and motoinien ??f th?
Weetebeeter ami cnion trolley iiries at
Mount Veinon, N? w Itochelle. Tuckah? ??
and I.archrnor.t will hold u meeting at
midnight to-morrow to decide whether
thev ?-hall join In a .sympathetic strike
with the v .iiUor? trails] smployea The
Mount VaSBOa und New Roebells m?n ?I?. j
imt wimt to strike, but they muy bfl
forced todo ?<>. if the Union trolle] men
Mrike n 1? believed that employflg of
lines in White 1'la.ln?, Mamaron?" k. I'oit
('hostel and ??sslnlng will also go out.
C..H.&D. MEN NOT ARRESTED
Validity of Indictment Charging
Indianapolis. JSS ". ? uj.iun.s for Ihe
arraet of the sixteen slilreas ami directors
??f the ? "lue liiiii? 1 i. H..mllt?n A- Dayton
Kallroa.i who wen? indi? te?l Tuesday on
charges ef ?;...???;!..??. Kiowing uut of
lb?* li ?. misi?n wieik, Nov.-mher l'A. win 11
Mateen persons were killed, basa '??en i?
sued, tut muy not be served, as a qusb
non ss 10 tin .ni?.liiy of the Indictment
w?-? 1 ateed i" ? ?? ?
Whe'hel at. Older "I the IndlSSS Hail
road ? 'oiiimiHS.ot. ol May. mi:', approving
t1?- maiiiial bio. k System in use between
Qtenereod and Indians pel Is until January
1. 1911I, will afl?*ct th?; caiie wns the (jUph
tion ini?..?l ??rOSSeVteff Krank I'. Maker
declarad, however, mar the iiidi<*t.?i men
would he brought into court befeSfl lb?
?tatter was BaaU) issted.
James K. DSery, Assistant I'rose.utor,
who had charge of drawlm; rhe indbt
ments, declared that Information fur?
nished by the Railroad Commission
showed that the company had not hem
granted an extension be>ond the dale of
His wreck. I
We Take "The Short Route" to Success
We Substitute for Slow, Tesdious, Expensive Newspaper Advertising a
of Our Higher Priced Clothes
TODAY we have 130 customers in higher
priced clothes for every 100 we had last
This, our second Demonstration, is iden?
tical in every way?the Cutting of Prices on
all our finest clothes down to almost the "free
sample " charge.
The attempt by this weans of introduction to
reach HALF WAY the man who clothes himself
expensively?in ready-made garments or those cus?
And to save the cost of 6 months' newspaper
advertising (necessary otherwise) to offset our con?
tinued advertising to meet the moderate priced
clothes buyers who make up the greater field.
This second Demonstration, like the first, will
lose for us thousands of dollars on present sales.
And, on the other hand, will gat;e us many
times the amount of losses by removing the need
for newspaper publicity on our highest class clothes.
Also it should increase our business in these our
finest garments another 30 per cent before summer.
Here, in brief, is the idea :
AN ADVERTISING PLAN
To demonstrate their beauty, their quality, their perfectionne are marking ALL the
highest class Smith Gray & Co. Sack Suits, in our four stores, which are priced at:?
$30, $32.50, $35, $37.50, $40 & $45 fc|
The resulting loss on every sale to be charged to advertising
Absolutely no sack suits have bren reserved- snd none has been removed from our stores.
Only ONE Suit Will Be Sold to a Customer
For this is Strictly a DEMONSTRATION for Advertising Purposes Alone?Not a Sale
Wc are reaching Ollt for men of discrimination ?she are ac
CUatomed to $40.00 .mit S45.00 suits Wc give them an oppor
tunity to learn ol o.:rs at a ? est of $22.50.
The caefssn tailored man who pava prices brynnJ all reason
lo hi-. t..il?,i will Und hg i' tome $.10.00 _h<\,?l of the came
that he hss saved va'.uahle time and gained $omv valuable knou!
UNDER SAME ?7Cu.iTWL\?>UWNtR5rliP^SINa ?45^
fcROAOV.'AY AT WARR1N ST - NEW Y0RK-5T-* AV.BET 27th & 28~SJ%
FULTON ST.ATFLAT?USH AV.-BROOKLYN -BROADWAY AT BEDfORD AV.
MOVING PICTURES il
AI EDISON LABORATORY
Wizard Perfects His Kincto
phone So That Sight and
MAY BE STAGE REVOLUTION
Operas. Plays and Political
Speeches May Be Repro?
duced with Scenic Details
Within a Short Time.
\ demonstration beld ..???? .in? ..
.:. tl..- . \B A
i?dlsoa at ?West Ora i it the
?iifl,. ultiee att? it.ut s ib? s>i
th.- moving plctur? id the pt?.j
Hog) ai'll l.-'J i,r. ;, i. ? I
linn an boni aes/sss tr i i
?if lite "wlzaid of light ?sad
.-i dsrkened ball .''.,i aal
mot Ing pu. turca tkst Is bed ing ai ?! n
says represented n ?
ib? aodlen? ?? ?xactlj bi lb? canters i I
lbs i aonogrsph reprod t? - .1? and I I
them Mr Edison ".?> there, too
aratched adth the others The tiltil eras
tti?. Una 1 result .? f mont tu ol ?sp<
lag ?ml reeesreb. Th? verdict 01 th<
abe aas them srss that the Invention
11.1 id be th? 1 ??'.,?; it -.a of tif stags
la i" da
1 he dltsculty wm!, ? talking" nv
pleturoa that bav? !?? ?? n shown beret?!.I
hag been that there sas no means 1
a hli it the ash ?? ? .-1 1 ??- a? Uon ol the
playera oouH b? reproduced Bin lit si
ously. Mr. Bdlaon realised this, ???? said, I
and he MHW tiiHi m order to produc? ??!?-.
ui?'h u,_t taiKa-ti i.?? im i.ii it.iv? t,, take
th? role? and Um Imag? ?" lbs Bgine time. I
Thai i?-?|iiir.-,i the devtlopmenl ol .1 re?
Cordel Of h,H ii ?1?-'!' a, '. : 1..it it "
cat? ii the Bllghteet sound ;tt a distan? a of
forty feet, ii wat Imposai bis !?? phi a ?
Bearer, ii<- said, becausa thai tha lens "f
the eaaaera would bav? be 11 ?? l ol fu< ?
After continued triais a machina area
Anally produced <>n wtalch the Bound was
transs?Ittsd to soil >\.?\ records, ih?n re?
prodoeed on indeetroctlbl? disks Tha fscl
that pi' t,;ta and vote? ser? taken si lha
same tlase makea them almoet certain of
slmultaneoua reproduction, bul tn?-ie is
al?" a controlling device between the
moving pit tui.' machine and tin- esmera
that rr.akf-s it Impoootbla f?n mi,' to ran
fhster tiiHit the other. The ma, inn.' m
jii_c.-<i Ht th?- real "f the hall, and the
phonograph behind ti" screen on shlch
the pl< turea are projected.
The new machine i;? called tha klneto?
phoni. and the irst pi- tura that "psi -
form?"?!'' yi'Hl.-itlas u an a BBOOlal tilni. Itl
which u lectures ?walked to the front of a
?tage and tul.l brielly gbOOt the new in?
vention. He next Hew g tit. born, then
Introduced a planint, I lottlUSt un?! a Hngt r.
Following th.-in was ii bllglor, ami, l.mtly,
a pair of barking, foilic u<>k? The actor
perfornm In BStgCtly tin? BSOM liianm-r Bg
on the ntiiK'-. nn<l all ?.?Hindu, .?en Ins
i?.,,iai,|,h, are heard by the audlooca.
It wiiH tmid at Hi.- BdlSOn plant that
while the asttOO of tlt<- CSmeiS ami the
phonograph had been perfected, there
mi still more work to he done bsfbrs thu
Invention would Lu marketed. At present
the records*!.ia; only ?is minutes, but It
i? Haid that it win be posstMa i?, esteod
thern to thirty mlnutim.
Here In what the (lint man win. ever
talked to an audience from .1 moving pict?
ure ??aid til'out It:
"tj'o what vaut purpooa ?i maj attain
can only he gue*H??d. Consider, for In?
stance, the lil?t<irl<- value Of g blasts?
phone production of Osorgl Washington
if it wsss possible to show it now, ami
you will realize the Bpl? iidid opportunities
of future gousrotlons t" study th.? great
onea of to-day. The pqilti? at orator ?'an
appeal to untold thousands arhlle remain?
111K at hi? own Hit-nul?-; the irorld'a ?in-at
BSt rtateamen, actotn and BlDgera I an be I
seen and heard In the smallest hamlet
not only to-dav imt une hundred rears
from to-day?in fact, there BOSfl-S to he
no end to the possibilities of this glgallBt
Invention of the wir.urd of sound Mini
sight, Tbotnata A. Edison "
\-k IN) ?.????I?
II Mil III' \-il I t:
A M USE ME NTS.
MLTROFOLITAiN ?T r
?.?m r.f ? ?? II V II.II
\e\l ?Inn ?. H??llrlbi. \ . i \!
? un! n i
Wed, si, i??...? .1.
\t-, "111 ?? '? B
I luir?, ?.hi ? ?...blrn Meat
I rl. ?? s M.II4?. flete. ?:
? . ?. . ?, i
?; no lien
Not, Mat. ijir? ,.f ii..rt>?iuiiii ii.!..
?.. : l*i : ? : r: ?i ? . ? ? mi] '?
I ? !? ? ? '4.
UKooM \ \ M'AI'KMi' ??!' ftlt'KM'.
Toniahl . ? ; '?" Wall,..re. : '
I! \Kli\i \ S 1*1 ISO ' REf?
N.?\?- OPEN, \i> .
I ? ? \ ! ' - ' ,
110 JIT V. e?| '?."Mi 81 el
in \ M. t.. ?1 I* M
NO REAL WHITE WAY YET
But City Will Double Lights
Some Time. Hotel Men Hear.
i Isni | s 'i bompson, i 'o er "f
Water Supply, Claa ..t..| Klectrl ity. was'
a in.-st ,.f ti?,. . \... mi..nmltte? of l h ?
i*. ?sdwey Asaoclstlon ye t? ? ?? ai ita
weeklj m.?'i.ti'.- it the Hotel Imp ? ??? to
i onstdei it." i" iter llghtins "f Broed
betwe? n Od and i-.i 11 ? ? - 1 ."? I lorn.
mlaaloner is I d wss pla lining to
double the lighting rapacity, bul that the
presen i appropriation would noi permit
Hi?- Increesed lighting d? tired Ha de?
clared he waa entlrel) In sympeth) with
the project snd would co-operate with the
sasociation ? hen t he time i
Jefiseson Da Moni Thompson, prestdsni
of the BBSO i.it.ori. pi. ?.?.hied, .mil other a
pressai Included Be retery David Robla
son, ? opeland Townsend, msnsger o( the
Imperisl Hotel, who Is chairman ??f the
ssseutiv? committee; w s CHleon, of the
Hotel Msttlnique; August Jansen, of the
Hofbrau Hsus; i'n?i a Muecbenhelm, of
the Hotel Astor; Henry >< Opdyeke, in?
giaeer of ths sssoclstlon; i 'red Fiegt and
It I../ Hatch.
Henrj ?; Opdycks ami n. . Limburg
were appointed tO Lnspsol ths ?'?.lit. ,i. ts
for th?* aew subway '?? ascertain II these
W..M anythinK in them detrimental to th.?
inteifMiM of the merehanta ami propsrty
owners along Its im* Bdward si.?i>, who
n .a just coses ever from London, spoks
<?f the n??\v syHiein of high pWOflUr* huh
llltimlnalion now us.?I in RegOBl Street
He purposes t?> Hirhi Or?ele) Bauers with
the new nys[em, If pet initt??l, to demon
strsts to ti.?* sit] Its soonomi
$50,000 BAIL FOR JACKSON.
Sai?? J Jsckson, ths "petticoat hing,
plead? ?J not gttttty to five In.li.tm.iitM
ohargteg him with grand Larceny yeeter
dsy, an?i w.iM remsnded to the Tombs by
jiniK?? Mulqueen In General Sessions in
defeult "i 158,000 osll. Jackson waa In?
dicted for thefts anresjatTnB nearly no?).?
(*? lifter the l'allure Of the JSCSSOn
Mack Manufacturing Company, of which
I.?* was president.
KILLED IN FALL FROM SCAFFOLD.
Robert Welker .< brtoklaysr, of No. ?n
nuablaf avenue. J?malos, died la st
Mary's Hospital, that pisos, last rdght
from ?njiiri? a received when he feH from
B Tt.aff'ild His skull was fracturad and
he received Internel 'njuriea He was
alone on the scaffold ut Un- time.
I1i.?t ?.,,t, ,1 ??.it.? SI.00.
uperb ?erir? of New ?pei-f-n le?.
WINTER GARDEN ;; ,v ':.,:,*,?"
?..-rtrnilr Il,,'t in inn. llrnadwai lo Pari?.
I ?, i.i? , ?_. ??;.. Mat.Toda ?
SAM BERNARD "IJXoL*9
i a.?.i\o him,-, a sath si Eva?-. I I
.,,;?? TRENTiNi ,?/;';,
'.."'".TH? REO PETTICOAT ?ttJSF
\\l.?Kit g IHM???' Neu Mii.l. Hall.
Manne I lllult . I It ' I ? ''? I AM
. ,:l.. 1 ? . :.
I ...ln.,1 ri im Im. ni s al. ('..pitar i'i -.. .-?.
? ?,,: ...v THE PERSIAN BALL
FBRK.NVKH .,, ,,,,!,,. ,, |. ...
imIi ni i h. .\i .' r.,-,i.i? - i...
: WILLIAM COLLIER v'mV.?**?,,?
??ii.'i ?i ih.. t.-.. r. ? T ?day -fat .
Af*4 NIE RUSSELL S m? >i7,',,,,? t,i ?miner. ?
. ? ? OMKDY, ItW.K.of 1 ?
FANNY'S FIRST PLAY
MAN HA l"l IN op. Ho |th A S?'v?. Eva'l
\\ t>l KM?. 1 -'???? i?. W "' S Ave ?vea 8 l?.
I ,\ Kl* Y W? i M v.V
v.u \\ IHK BIRD <M PAKADI8K.
lo Ml.Il I 8:43. S? M.i -' se,
Ruiherford & Son
i ni-: \ 11 h,,, i iiiiimi s ? i s
840 w. -i? :
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Tfl (UV H V! ,vl I ? ? ?*?*' ?>? ' '?
IU-UMI ,,.,, K| < miDijiA?!
I0'45 A. M, rilKA RK tu . Theatre
t o on ta sa Bullallna BSnd SI A Sth Aie.
a o.dU r.M. ??.? i ?.. .??i $i ,-,n,$
CENTURY ;""" SAT. MAT. JAN. 11
JOSEPH AND HIS BRETHREN'
Hi.- ? till HI
? It* ?if ?a-il? Open? Moil.. Jan. A.
... a nil? .i I?.'i received
i? - r. ,.r Hutu PhonaBn snt in
;,;?:, LAURETTE TAYLOR
,i\\..i ? i" '-reu s* My Heart."
ELTINGE ^i??bj BB .'.SM*
WITHIN THE LAW
pri iCPfl i? s . gveara - '?'?
DtLMoliU v, . .. ? .,,.,,. a Thar., ?-' Ig,
YEARS CF DISCRETION
l:. f -.. -, Hatun g PSna? I.", k? :
RLPIIBLIC SS LAST 2 TIMES
rODAI MATIMCE, ':l*>? IiiMitlll', 8:15
OOOiVKii. m?ht. JAM. ?. gsstsMsi
Hal Id l?ela?.'? n 111 pre?, nt the fHlry play
A GOOD LITTLE DEVIL
i ? Reeaaaead Harald & Kearlea k.,?i.u.j
??ko. rnuAN'?* fhea- B*y,4Sdtt. ?vag:t&
M bUflAH d Matla?? To-day. 3.18.
GE0.M. COHAN ..???^v-?a.
ICTAB B"way. 45th St. l'.is s |3 Ija?I J
no I Un i.., M,,,,,,,... Today, : i:. Time?.
FAIRBANKS ' OF THE U. S. A.
TtatgOAY, .i.w. :. .-. ta n??
1 ?-A?" "FINE FEATHERS"
W1TB AM All-sr Ht CAJT.
nP?rJn "? Freer?? starr. Mai
unnnu 11,.. ?-a? ,,f i:.-< ki r,..,-.
.\. m w- ?| il IWTHOBNE < >F THE i s a
MAI?l??0\ ?a?!?. ?altllKN, ? V.M. In I0::l?l I'M.
POULTRY closes to-night
B VWll III V V l?.,tiliri ri-??M ?n
V. I'ttiiltri. Plaeee and
Pel Moi L Ah.?'ii i Ltd. I
jihi ANNTAL snow.
Adm. Me. ?lill.lren Me.
, iiiMll INHHIP CAT SHOW TO-PAT
Di lill? bTsrajraadssthit, Fve? sao.
MM a*M \W tj MAT. KVKItV HAY AT I'M
eYl RAINHY'S AFRICAN HUNT
AKOKIAN HAM.. ?>' Kvif.. January 8,
Sons; GEORGE HARRIS, JR., >.
DaaU-I Seals nova mi ?ale ?t Hnx OfttP?
neCITII BtaaagSBSSSt Man- lagen.
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THE YELLOW JACKET
in IHK III?.M BOID.
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i nun - ,???,,oprim?
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LIBERTY - v
rO.NIGHT. I3IST PKRFOKHANC?.
l\\It KKHBOt kilt H ? . ,
i:\-.8 I.. MATS. T<TM>.% ? AMI? E
The l.a-t Word In Ma.ii il < .m.?*'
OH! OH! DELPHINE
GAUTl B Mata. To-l
? 81. i? T!:?. f ??">' ti.- u ad *? , n m?_}
Miniu.iii ?i? .? Masa
I Ule Jaoi?
The I.Ti.i ? ?? ?- Pr*?"'
MIS? Il \
Society of Ne? ?
BTALTKB i??.Mli??s? Il . . < _*m**:
New Aenllun Hull. :< I \? IM *
fflHBBBSSeaa <???in(l?j) \ri ?i *? .
Meiidel-Milin. ??vernir.. Ti'.i ___
Tsrhalkewakr, Violin Concerto; llreU??"'
.1? m phony No. h.
t SYMPHONY GOICEIT!
? um itiiM. ri ??in:
? To-Day ,i Carnegie Hall,
" orof"?her,, Music School Settlto?
MO Tiiin?: l'bi"?'?
DAVID MAN.xa* ',' ',
KKNIST?) < ONSOI.O ,' *
W,irk? h? llael?. M?./art. III.!?'?"**
? Corelll. **?rlutll. Hrhnruana e?.
? Ticket? ut Office, I V. '.I
To-morrow (Beat-day) Aftern.????. ?S* ?
A T C A II M KIIIK II \ ? I* ?
h??.o..s. ZIMBALIST ?""l
W A ?. N V. K l'IHM. K \ M V ? _M
Tickets .',.. cl?. t?> $1 .".n !?*. Ii\ I-' l.'l1
Al ()| I W HALL, rue's. \ I [' g_\
CBONO RECITAI, b) HD lOND *W
Th.- DlatlnsaMb??*] Kren.i. ' ?'.';'.;.,??
?J ? . 7:. _Ml-( llnwirdK C.ner I?' ?
KELLERD J HAMLET
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