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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1912.
W. L. Washington Accused by
Atwood Violott in Answer
to Slander Snit.
l'AjftTXEBS HAD SEPARATED
Violett Says ex-Mciiilicr" of Finn
rrnnli- Vnn lm,na n ml
William Lanier WnclilnKton of ICO
Wert Fifty-inn writh street, who until
January 10. 1911, was a member of the
Block Exchange Arm of At wood Vlolcit,
fc Co, la atcuued of nerlous charges in
an ana wor Uled In the Hiipteruo Court
yetterdfiy hjr Atwood Vlolctt. head of
tha Arm, to a suit for $300,000 damages
Tiia plrUff alleges Mr. Vlolatt allied
him a thief on twelve occasion), and
aaka IMUlOa dnmaKea for each.
la hla answer Mr. Vlole.tt contends
hlf accusation were instilled, lie
lecM that on Jantiury in, mi. Wufh-
Inctoa bad an interest of $1,050 In the
firm and bad drawn J3,S!7 of thin
amount, so the firm ncttin.Hr owefl hhn
only JU3. A. dispute then arose over
roonay drawn by WnshlnRton, tli? dr
.,.. ' j ,,..,, v., , ,,i
fandant eays. and aahlnBton mado
out a chock for $4.0o0, cashed It ami '
retained tlie money without the firm's
Violett further says that In Kebruary. !
1911, Washington called on Bralncrd i
... I.. , .;. .. .,,,
Avcry, a lawyer, and told him he una
a personal grievance ai;atnt Vlolctt I
and had neither the patience nor money
to fluo him. but "had a method of bring-
Ing Violett to Urcns."
The defendant alleges Washington
then told Lawyer Avery he had used
a passkey to enter tho firm's ofll.-e
at night and had made a careful ex
amination uf all Uic firm's tiles, bno'.c
and papers and hud found transactions
which ho thought would cause Mr. Vlo
lett to be questioned by the Htork -Kx-Rhange
authorities an to n violation of
Violett says that Washington told the
lawyer he had taken av.ay certain cor
respondence of the tlrni. Home of which
he had copied and some photographed.
Tho defendant alleges that when he
heard this story he made a search of I
his books anil papers and found that '' '"' Ernesto I'ugibet.
the books had been mutilated, cheek': TIV" .'.'"''I , l'',-";'' the foHpwlP-'
ntubii torn out and cert-iln n-inein u. r.-i """""' " 1 ''er, t lay Arthur I'lerce.
i..?nJ t " . . I ?, .. uHeiirv S. Priest and l'.beu lliohards of
mifn UE' 2W say- he u,1(l M" nl,"r,le-v-i.NVw Vork and Ignacio I.. le la Hurra.
William Travers .lciome, about It and Hugo Scheier .lose A. Siguon't uml
Jerome ndvlscd him that It looked like'
a case of uttempted extortion, which Is
Violett alleges that thereafter "for a
considerable sum" Washington executed
a general release against Violett and
turned over to Mr. Jerome what he
vatd were all the paper he had. Tho
defendant says he paid over the money
because he h of advanced age and,
felt that he ought
to avoid the excite- ,
inent and annoyance of an altercatloti ;
NO HOPE FOR JUDGE PLATT.
Cunnevtlrnl Jurist IVil 'Ihriuigli
abf, Camiul lie (lipriileil I iun.
rUltrroim. Oct. 2. After the days of
nbsoute fast, even to the extent of
drinking water. Judge James I'. I'latt
of Meriden was operated on in Lids
city to-day. nnd though he is being
given nourishment through a tube no
hope Is held out to-nlsht for his re
covery. Judge I'latt. who is a noted Jurist
and a son of the late Or llle II. I'latt.
Connecticut's beloved L'nlled Stales
Senator, was brought from his home in
Meriden by his wife and daughter to a
private hospital heft- lolay and a
Hartford surgeon, assisted by lr. 13. T.
Hradstreet -of Meriden. operated anil
Inserted a tube y means of which
nourishment was given to the starl
CORBETT'S CONDITION FAIR.
rh alclnna Hope fur II ii'r.v lie-
pile A pprliriinee or I'eritoiill Is.
Philadelphia, Oct. The condition
of James .1. Corbett, actor and foimer
heavyweight pugilist, who Is battling
gralnst death In tho Jefferson Hospital
here, is icported as "fairly favorable"
Tho physicians in chaige deilate he
has a fair hope for teiovery following
the operation for appendicitis last night, i
which has been augmented ' the ap- '.
penrance of perltoii't.s.
Mrs. Corbett armed nt the hospital
hortly after last tnululgiit mul has
been at the bedside of her husband I
constantly ever slnee. She declares he
has overcome every other difficult v he
has attacked and aster's he w II time
out of this.
REFUSES, THEN TAKES WirE,
lluabnnd t.lvrs In When She I'lsnd.
nt nillx Islanil,
Mrs. .Sofia Klderskl. 10 ears old in
deed yesterday In the steerage nl lite
Cunardcr Carmanla with her two chil
dren Irom Austria, lie- husband has
been in this country two and a half
years uml went to Kills Island to meet
She failed In pass the pi cllmlniil'.v ix
amluatlon, and before the special bonnl
of Inquiry sho was asked If she had not
had a child since her husband came
from Austria. She admitted it. but the
board decided to let her pass p'i hus
band would tnka her.
He at first refused to take her and
she vvtpt nnd pleaded. He finally broke
down and said ho'd fake her, and they
GEORGIA RAILROAD TIED UP.
-Not M'hrel Tnrnril Mnee tbr
Nlrlke Order Weill Into Kltecl.
ATLANTA, Oct 'J. Not a wheel has i
turned on the live hundred miles of
. i . , . t
deorKla Kallroad sinco tlm striko order
went into effect at .10 lust night, except
lor three trains whlcli had already begun
Hieir runs at thu hour, uud n.s soon n
theae trains rcacliod their points of desti
nation they wero abandoned by tholr
In tho maiti yards In Atliitifu. Augusla
and Macon thoro uni many abandoned
tralrm. llm htrikn so far lias resulted
In a complete pnrnlysl of traffic nol
one attempt beinit made foi or by the
road to operato trains
l'he HtrlkHrH ar julillarit over (he situ
atton and nay it means early vioiorv
I he rallrrsiil ofllolals, however while
n-lmit'ing t!i tleup, declare trains will
be c eid eii uiioiii
GIVES BROTHER HER SKIN.
I.ltllr llrr McliiilliofT u1iinll In
Oltcrnf litti fin II it It
I Tiveiv p-vi-tir-iiui nri! .sciiiiiiiiih m
iosn Wiimilimtnri nvrtiite, inn iiroiivi
niid koimI pjtiTiluy mi fmr word to tli, ;
doctors nt UelliH-uo Hint nhc Imd coiiih
tliore to let Ilium tulvo iiiiurIi hI.Iii
from her lioily cover the ukI burn,
on nor little nroiner wiifreii h jcii ii'.
' Wilfred In I yearn old uml t ho Imin
I wouldn't IiphI.
1 Dr. Walter CYnmp ami t)r II. ..
I.VorrlK put Allen und-M mi niiirstliftle
ntid cut from one of htr IIiIkIim cnmm'h
nkln to Mart a f.'rowtli over Iter brother's
wound, which covers p Kpn of thirty-
: six wnmrr-Inr-hns.
vilrr.I. who r.ml mil tnknn the
ntitesthctlc. nlw-ervcd tho operation with
Interest, The tlortnrH pay the pill will
be all rlKht In about IK p. days, and two
wecltH will ceo her brother back homo
well nfl ever.
POLICEMEN CAUGHT OFF DUTY.
Chief Iniprrtor Snhmltt lir-mrr Vl
Ita Pnrltvllln Seetlun of Bronkl-n,
AH ,'10 rf!"1" r tuiUipr early morning
,our of 'nP,cUou by Oliit-f Inspector
SehinlUbUT,e.r lust Tuosduy cliarK.s
W-H 1,0 preferred boon HKiiLnst ton mem-
bem of the T'olico Uopnrtment for "en
nl-lRnsinK in conversation" and 'lining ofT
ino lnspeetor. uipt. inoman .Myers
and J'atrolrmiu John Cremer Ret out in
an automobile to rover tho I'lutbuih
nnd I'arUvillo yoctlon'- of ltrooklyn, In
the railroad Ktutlot. at A venuo ll mid
Katt l ilteetith street at .1:80 A. M. tlioi
fom(1 Pntro,nfll jn,riek Jones and
DnniPl J. Hellly of the l'arkvillo station
seated on a bench reading a newspaper,
Tile police dog Ftizzv was tibder tho nto vo.
Klftnen mrnutes later they ramo upon
r!,,!ro,,'"',l,n .'' ''i,0""".'. 1 of, ' ' 1 ur.'f-
ville station in tho Newliirk iivmiue nul-
charges will nlw bo brought against
Sergt. Charles 1'feiffer of tho l'arkvillo
for Tailing to maintain propnr
I.IEXICAN RAILWAY DIRECTORS.
York ii ii d Mexlen Clly 31 en on
Dunril Veiir'n Kartilnga.
MKxrro Ttrr, Oct. 2 At the generul
meeting of sliareholders of the National
Hallways . t Mexico hero to-day tho
I following dirfctors wep elected- Charles
It. Sabin of tbt (iuaianty TriNt Company,
l'anl M Warburg of Kuhn, I.oob A Co.,
H. H Wehrhano of llallgarten .1 Co.,
Knri(ue Martinez Sobral of N'ow Voik,
and the following ol Mexico Citv: Andre
(Jiiieu, I'.lias S. A de Lima,
(inline! Maiieeia. all of Mexico citv
The ineomeTaei'ount for the vear ending
' Juiieno, lur.', ihov gross earnfugs lightly
higher than the-ywir before, being $ttl,
HNi.lt" (Mexican currency), as com-
pared vith $il,Klt,IL'l tho previous year
Tho tota I nrcome was J21.s.NS,0H3,ascom
. pined with $:'0,.",0I.H1 for tho year before.
I Au ll.l.,r.u.t ..liurir.iu r... ftttwln.! rl.tlit ti.wl
noies payaoie. nowever. was grcaier
(his vear, the
iiiiiouiii carneii m prom
,...,1 .1... , . . '1 H n .
,. ,l, I, .,... W.:,F ... .t,
as compared with $.',:,;7,s71 " ' '
C. P. R. TO ISSUE NEW STOCK.
Inerentr uf the Ciipllnllriitlun u
Mo.VTREd.. Oct At a special meeting
of the ( anadian Pacific Kailwav held to
day m the company's oltlces the share-
1 holders authorized the Issue of $60,000, rxm
new stock, bringing the capitalization of the
' -oad up to $i'Cii,iNHi,wu
In his annual address sir 't nomas
Sluiiighnessy referred tn the necessiiy ol j
j procuring money to ie ,e the compam 's '
' per cent Hist nior's'.ige boiid. which m.i. i
' tore In pus anil amount to J'I.i.Toh iki
. I he shareliolders were then asked In
'approve ot me Increase -in tn,. common
j i a pit a I i at ion. Sir 'I nomas stating Hint the
new Mink would-be Issued at I7u 'I he first
i payment will he called earlv in mi:: and the
bd lance of llie allotment tltriuutel,through
! out almost tlje entire yejr
I 'I he old report that Hie ( anadian P.iclflo
, had taken over I lie Allan l.uie ol steam
I -hi was sirmiglv inrteni m Wall street
vestenlav stepping treles he.e called
I attention to the . loe mrking agteemetit
I thai had existed between the railroad ami
, the Mian lane lor some time Accoidmg
to the report in Wall Siieet tlie .11 per cent
oi i no "toe ot tlie steatiisiup company
held In the ll,m lainllv had been taken over
bi I hi. anaili.m I'acillcv
I he i.in l.iue tie si to tin. Anchor lane
is the oldest ..l tlie ..Scottish '.transatlantic
steamship hues Its ste ilneis py between
Philadelphia anil I'lvm.n.ih itostun .mil
ddsgnw and .Munir. al .m.i i ,sKnw and
I'lv mouth In it .Montreal service It main
tains a fleet of the steamers of which the
s.otiau, ol lll.ltll toils, s the I irgest He
sides these there are live other steamers
in the llo-ton and Portland, Me., service,
ot which the firaliipian anil Hesperian are
new in, H47 ton steamship, M. me is now
building two additional steamers
THREE HELD FOR LARCENY.
Helium uml Tun ),illm. m,. i ...
j l'llell III s 1 1 ,, u 111,,,,,,,,,,! llMirlllg.
I Mis Mum MniiHliati, i;. vears ,, riL'e
I ol :,u West lurtv-IIM, street ( liarles
; Kil-li, -.'i (can ot us,,, of jiu J(si Sinet-
itiiru sircit, and lintn.i Perkins, jo vear.
in iiKe in i,.ii vies, i orii eigiiitl street, were
held lor trial in Sl.iam bail b Magistrate
Krotel m 1 1 to Wei Sub. polu e court ye
teidav afiet iinnti on the , hnrge of larceny
'I lie three prisoners wen- chin ged with the
Inrcenv ol diamond earilngH vnlned nt
fl.i.-). .Mrs VandiT "liei k. of K St Nleh
olas avenue was the i ompliiiuant.
I'erkiris alleged that .Mis Mouahaii, who
is his mother in law and who goes about
i leaning apaiini,. pis. w. him the diamond
eariing- on Spetcinl.ct i. telling linn she
lound them it, limit ot a pawnshop
When som.i ol Hie men lo whom Kush
showed llio lewilrv ailed them "take"
stone, the voting man ileiided to find out
and went to a pawnshop t rorty-slvili
street and I etith avenue I'he paw ti'irokc
n.ili'i.g i heir value, notified tie p.
tiirkrm Who re I' r I u I lie
I on u try llouili h; Vuto,
l.rvox. Mass.. (h i ; Motor nrrlal nt
Hie Hotel Asplnwnll fiom .Sew iork' Mr,
uml Mrs P. iioodwin il.ocomobllo),
I Ml and Mrs. ('Ilrtord lllack i.Slevensi
'.Mi and Mrs II i, Portir. Mis S I. tush
, man isimplevl Mr nnd Mrs I. v hetinanl,
Mism Sv Ivln .Inliiistoh I lcoi Mi uml Mrs
liullev Wiitts, Mr and Mrs Archibald
I l'otiies i Peerless'. .Mrs (leoigef I'lausen
.Mr ami Mis A SI 'hI.i 1st. i. , I, i. '
Mr and Mis It. I' Jtoueby, .Mlirs Ifoliebv'
oi i ci ii . i m' ii ii iiiihanii-, .nr. ami aits.
' Inliinom Mi nnd I' li m..i..
1 I.'i.it! .Mi ami Mrs I
K. I'hotnus, Mihs
.Mailil 1 homas (Slmolev
Vnlomobilii aiin.ila from New otn nl
tli" ( ur lis i.olel Mr and Mis ,1 ,s Mom
gomi'iv.Mis W I lagg. Mis ,) King:.
1 1 ope iiartloidi li nun Mis , i n-me
Hnekiinli, Mr nnd Mis. 11 i ranli u hul
metJI, Miss ll.iiiinin Hyde. Mis Miming
Miss M (, sainllorii, Miss M iimney
1 i.siiMldaiil-l)ayli,ii, Mrs I II llinvuifl.
Mls s. II Howard, Mrs ,1. K. 'Jayior
I il'ii'ii ii Vriowi Mr and .Mis. W'. H. Potter
iliulvatdi tin llm and Mm. .1 M 0
ioie , 1 I) losuii iliidlllaci, Mi and
Mis I- ( Hen let, Miss lien 11 k U'len e
Amijv. . .1, H Wiilcoll mid iarlv (Huiuj
Viol lnL He.liiiK I'oiurorlHhlr,
Inspector iiporge Mct'lnsky wns said fo
la. ICS OK CO ol 1 .1I1U I. isl 1, o.l.i III,.
j 1 iDsiunu s.tj thej expect him to ,e
('H St'lltMIIC (if
M ruction nt
Al.O.Mi UX1VKHSITY LINES
Only Tliroo Absences in Totnl
Enrol men t of 7(H
A.s.s u-oi.is. Oct 1. Not much lime is
Inst Id settling down to work at the begin
ning of the scholastic year nt the Naval
Academy, nor are the authorities of the
iiiitltutlon nt all in doubt as to tho sire of
the school when the term begins and the
students arrive. Of the 'tis inlsdhlpmeu
only three were nbhent when theAcademy
ofllclally began Its year nt the morning
roll call Tuesday, ami tha reasons for their
absenoo were known.
One was officially excused for Illness,
nnd the other two, who hail been given a
leave for a trip to Porto Itlco, hud been de
layed In tho return passu ge,
Tuo'O! midshipmen are divided by classes
as follows! first. Mi; second, 103; third,
1!K: fourth, :U3, Only the members of the
three, upper clnsacs have been absent on
Iravo during tho past month, the fourth
class being composed of those midshipmen
who Lnvu entered thu Ac-udeiuy during the
The work of breaking tn the newnomers
has been well pcrlormrd. uud I her will
ha placed In I ho runks bcvidti the old men.
In a week or two no ono will be able to pick
them out, eiee.pt by tho ubscucu of service
During tho summer notablu changes hnve
been inado In thu teaching fori e. Including
tho li"iicU of four dcpiiituieniri In the
department of mat hematic and mechanics,
regarded as the mnt lmportuut in the Acad
emy, both 1'rot. Stimson J llrown, the head,
and 1'ror. H. M. l'aul, the rcond in seniority,
have b-en relieved, and I'rof, Harry
huilth had been none-d as Its chief.
Uistluct chunget hove been made In
the courses of study, too. The purpose
Is to graduato the men with a better ground
ing iu luudumeutals, leaving the moru ad
vancoil work for post-gmduato courses
Tho university Idea Is to bn moro thor
oughly duvelopcd evidently, and tho mlv
hlpuinn, who are commissioned n ensigns
Immedlalely on graduation, will have ad
ditional instruction In their spcciultlus in
gt.iduato schools. .'Iho (iiaduate hchool
of .Marine Dnglnceiing has been lu existence
two years, and It is proposed lo estnbllsh
adilitlotiHl school in ordnnnce, ndvanied
SAVE EIGHT FAMILIES IN FIRE.
Slci'iilie uml Plrenien llrnvp
In XVlllliilimliiirir 'IVtirmrat.
A file among pjluts and oils which paint
ers had stored ill the icllar of a fo"r story
frame tenement, dwelling at "" Klovdstreet.
Vllllamslmrtr. ijirly jesterdav Imperilled
the eight families In the bnlldllii: 'Iho
blne li.nl iii.ide conslderabln headway
helore Hie flames were discovered shooting
out fiom the i ell. it grating
1 homus MiCiibii of :iu I'loyd street,
whownsonlyiiartls clothed, rushed through
the flames nnd from the Hint floor rescueil
Merman '-chuumcher. an nged man, and
his crippled wife McCahu went back to
the bulldiiiL' nnd rescued .lohn (ougliui,
his wlfo and three small children
Three firemen of l.ngiuo tM iiiiido tlelr
win to tlie second tloor anil lielpeil two
f,.,ninJ nema tnii- Ia,i,.o0 ir.'n,nnin.
lng Imilillnes. J fie tenants
on tlie thlnl
uml fourth floors, whoso rooms had become
filled with smoke, were helped to the roof
and rairied across to adjoining buildings.
I lie loss was placed at jn.uoii
We want Boys' business
then we're sure of them when
Why?- because our Boys'
clothes are made just as care
fully as our men's.
Made of all wool fabrics, fast
color, hard wearing, all sewn
From the smallest Sailors
and Russian suits, on through
Norfolks and double breasted
suits to the first long trousers
too good for the
Prices reasonable, and "your
money back if you want it."
Same with everything else
Overcoats, hats, shoes, fur
Quality calculated to keep
the boys with us as they
grow into men.
Rogers Peet Company,
Three Broadway Stores
t at at
Warren St. 1 3th St, 34th St.
Slightly spaced front Made
of white striped Madras ex
ceedingly smart 2 for 25c
Cuett, Tcsbody li Coairsioy, Trojr.N.Y.
R. H. Macy A Co.' Attraction! Ara Thalr Low PrScie.
JUL W L Herald Square, ata
THE SALE OF LEATHER
Affording such desirable savings, for instance, as $23.00 on a
Three-piece Leather Library Suite, at $76.50
which we formerly sold at S99.50.
The Companion-pieces in the Leather Sale are:
Leather Rockera. at $27.74
Leather Rockeri, at $37.49
Leather Rockers, at $19.74
Leather Arm Chain, $19.74
At the Same Time We Wish to Call Attention
to This List of Utility Furniture at Regular
Macy Prices, Which Are a Good Fraction
Below Prices in Force Anywhere Else
"Regular Macy Prices" on Furniture mean an assured saving
of 10. a frequent saving of 20, and a possible saving of -10.
on what you buv. We are satisfied with small profits. We sell
for cash only. Our merchandising system is a model of scientific
management in its elimination of avoidable selling expense.
Quartered Oak Jo? 10
Extension Table v?tdUtU
Selling Elsewhere at $250
Has a 4S-in:h top, a i:
massive claw feet, and
The same Table with a six-foot ex
tension. 515.6". l-lsevvhcre, 518.00.
Golden Oak Q 7 A
Morris Chair Pi I t
Selling Elsewhere at $11.00
A commodious design, with wide,
restful arms, heavy claw feet, and ad
justable to three positions.
Velour cushions in nil colors, $4.49.
Leather cushions up to $15.74.
Green Denim dQ aj
BOX Couch PaaC4
SeVinS Elseuhere at $12.00
Full sie, mounted with the best
grade tempered springs, and fitted with
FRENCH WEAVE WILTON RUGS
In Choice Kirmanshah, Gorovah and Tabriz Designs. Oar Regular Prices
Lower Than Sale Prices Advertised by Other Stores
This particular grade of French Weave Wiltons is standard.
It is sold at a standard price at every store except thK On
Rugs, as on practically all other merchandise, we reserve the riglit
to fix our own sales prices, independently of the price maintained
The rich Oriental designs in which these Rugs are woven,
their colorings, their material and their method of manufacture
are identical with those for which you would be asked not less than
twelve per cent, more elsewhere.
We find there is greatest demand for these five sizes, but larger
sizes are procurable. Also, our stocks are so large that we can
supply any design selected in ths several sizes you may require.
27x54 inches $5.34 6x9 feel. . . .$31.49
36x63 inches $7.89 8.3x10.6 feet $44.74
9x12 feet .... $48.74 (Elsewhere this is $55.00)
SEAMLESS, REVERSIBLE ART RUGS
At Less Than Our Regular Lowast-in-the-City Prices
I'or general wear and tear, where good appearance is highh regarded- and
e:onom the moving consideration -we can recommend nothing better than these
particular Rug-,. Tlie are so varied that patterns can be found to suit am
room, in either the iwb-toned conventional or multi-color Oriental effects. The
reverse side chows opposite colorings, giving a choice of two color schemes in each
Our rf ulr Spfclrt Our rriuliir Xpf rUI
rrlcr l urtie hi
6x9 feet $4.59 $3.74
7.6x9 feet $5.69 $4.74
9x9 feet $6.89 $5.74
PORTIERES AND UPHOLSTERY FABRICS
Seasonable, and at Macy's "Lowest In the City" Piices
We earn the most complete assortments of "vard-goods"
in the city and our prices are invariably lower than those else
where. Many novelties, all staple styles and many exclusive
patterns and colorings.
Repps from 46c up
Cotton Armure f .,64c up
Shiki from 79c up
Poplin from 79c. up
Cotton Velour from 98r up
Linen Velour at $1.49
Silk Armure from $1.49 up
Simfast Armure from $1.74 up
Tapestry Bordered Portieres.
Solid color figured Armure In rod, ureen and brown with
borders of figured tapestry.
At $2.97, $3.24, $3.74 $4.49 & up to $9.24 pr.
Figured Armure Portieres.
Reverhible figured' Armure in most effective patterns
also plain Poplin and Shiki Portieres with silk guimp edging.
Colors include red, green, rose and blue.
At $5.59, $6.24, $6.69 and up to $10.74
Shadow Silk Portieres.
High lustre woodilk in rich, rwere'ible effects and exquisite color .oni
binations, -including brown aitcl green,, ireert and blue, gjaen and red and
two shades of grin.
At $11.89, $12.74, and $13.89 par Pair
Sivcial attention Riven to orders for dec-native work, the hanging of
draperies, wall coverings, etc. The re-covering pf furniture a specialty
We do the highest class pf matthough our prices art irwriaohMowesl.
Estimates, samples and design submitted. & "
Floor, 3Mh ISrar
UV' I. .-
Broadway, Ulh o 35th St.
Leather Ann Chain, $27.74
Leather Arm Chain, $37.49
3- pc Leather Suites, $66.50
4- pc. Leather Suites, $120.00
Selling Etstuherc at $4.00
Well put together, well polished: with
graceful lines, and genuine black leather
Damarda Lacquer tlO OA
Brass Bed laC.04
Selling Elsewhere at $13.50
Satin or bright finish, constructed with
2-Inch continuous posts, 2 husks, 7 hall
inch filler rods and T balls.
White Enamelled Jq
Selling Elsewhere at $3.75
Single sir, with four heavy posts set
into round ends.
Single Size 6n jk
Box Spring P I
Selling elsewhere at 58.50
Will fit iron or brass bedsteads. Cov
ered with the best grade of A. C. A
Ticking in any color preferred.
9x10.6 feet $7.94 $6.48
9x12 feet $9.24 $7.48
12x15 feet.... $14.49 $12.48
Third Floor, ,'IRih Nl.
Imperial Velour at $1.89
Silk Damask from $1.98 up
Victoria Jaspe Velour at99...,$2.12
Jute Velour at J2.49
Silk Velour from $2.89 up
Verdure Tapestry . $1.24 to $3.74
Gobelin Tapestry . . ,$1.49 to $2.49
Anbusson Tapestry. $2,97
Trail'' if ark
French Hosiery In new designs, hond embroid
ered nnd openwork, In a very large assortment.
Prices $5.50, 6.00, 6.50, 7.00, 7.J0, tip to 15.00 apalr
Black and White Pure Silk Hose, hand
clocks or openwork clocks, $3.00 to 6.00 a pair.
New Spring-top Pure Silk Hose, with ex
tra splicing at the heels, soles and toes. $1,00 a pair.
Lisle and Cotton Hose, complete line of reg
ular and out sizes, 35c, 50c and up to $2.50 pair
French Novelties, in Stocks and Jabots, Robes
pierre Collars and fine Hapd Embroidered Collars.
Real Irish Lace Dutch Collars, 75c to $9.00.
Real Irish Lace Yokes, $3.00 to 19.50,
New Hand-Embroidered Coat Collars
and Sets, $1.50 to I6.50.
French Flowers and Hair Ornaments
In a large and attractive variety.
James McCutcheon & Ccx,
5th Ave. & 34th St., N. Y. iSStt.,u
6II1.W Clil-litli D'ti'Mnts 3 i.eMKfiUJl.Uv V
Serif nf Cnmnlrtr rw bpcetrtdc.
1U 's.n'ivay&CMh l'rci i.UU Writ ASat
I FWIC; WAI I PR In III'Mtl V. with
nnnb-u VJ.VOIil. l lTmiK.UJIji:
I tslMI, II A :n 1
10 M.t W11I A Sat
THE MERRY COUNTESS
William lollti-rs t mil nv. ii.i f ,,f li'w.n
FANNY S FIRST PLAY
To-iiiy fl .Vi
i v nf ' , h 1". l-isi Mat Sat
-Nri VV k
llu- ilusti-r 111 llir llnusr.
."Mil II SI. Mil Jtitli. tir 11 v t.istU 'k Hire
The Master;,1; Housex7:Vr.c.k
NEXT v iiph iniirn-ati llr.itna
tues. THE BRUTE
48th St. Theatre
I've s l.V Mn tfires lo-day a Sat , - .15.
TO GET KID OF
THAT FROWN SEE
Little Miss Brown
nrr mi en
HI'.M I'.MI. K'ith, VV uf Mh ,Uf. I.vv IS
Mat .Sat III Ml I'l I.I.S I III: S 1 1( INC.S.
.iit Wrei. 11(11 lilt I A XII I'AII) I'tlll.
nr ll'way Hvc. 8.20,
inur ft -at
I.r?-FIRST MATINEE TO-DAY
"Miss Starr Triumphs!
1)AV II) 111 I V.Si0 presenti
In tlie new pliy by 1IIIW Villi UlCKt:.
THE CASE OF BECKY
RFPIIRI in Ursi ti 1 eiiliiKs ir. sharp
ncrUDLIb (-JSl m1s i,.,i A.sai 2.16.
VV llllain ' III i .tint Iiavid ilelaseo preseni
5 GOVERNOR'S LADY
iim:(;ii: ham., r.rn sr.
si'MiAV i:T.NIMiS at haw.
t MONI1AY M TIN'i:i'.S at Sl.
Vt I'lilirses IWiitil, Alike.
I, III T l'I.Ari:S IN lilll-ATCOl'NfllV
ori.i.uit nuAitr or Tin: uookics
(let VO A VI . 'nil' (illAN'll I ANYON
(in j; a Tilt: (iiti'-vr stii'Tiivvrsi'
nt tin: t'Ai'ii'ir coast
Nov. 10 A 11 . YI'l.I.OW.Sl'O.NT. l'AUK
COURSE TICKETS, $5, $4, )3, $2.50.
M1H OA SAM:.
;i:o. pnilAM'Q Tiinvnn:.
I vi's .sir. Mat- vviit a sat .' li.
vi' His lii'sr
ceo. r-rkO A 1T !?'!
A laiith with every henit heat
II' VV AY
OPENS NEXT MON
with svi.i.n; risiuui.
a rniitn in St.. Mh av
I'op Mat To-morrow
nunnnii mi: i.uri.i:
Next Mon- Dnvlrt flelaco preKcmn The Concert.
IIMinN SO lAWor (.rant llle A I .aura
UrilUn oyt liernont, llell.' llakrr. Mrs.
fl'way A Hth St tianlner I'rnne A Co , others
Il'vvay A i?rl St
7 Ave ft IWSt
1 .1IIIS. UVMiTRV. Oos A
Josephine, Vera Mlehelenn,
John V Wade A Co., others.
.Maud Hall Macy A Cn. "In the
(itay of lhi navtn." "In the
UarracUs " Wltisnr MeCay, os.
rtoniititr1!!! jl nr.
mi. vim :i Ave
IMIly Mats 25c.
Iltemle Wnn. In ( arrlllo!
illal I)v1 A i"o , olheri.
or, Stork Co In Hut Id lluruin.
IK). 'M.hlsl-:.1-Mi.76c. DallyMut
Miirrm Hill. MA I To-lar I'vb. ;!&. Ilurlesnuo,
Have M-irlnn III. Pre.inilanrt ita.
Styles Worth Comlnc Mllea to Sa
No tncrenslnr; Pricoi Here
, ... .. .n.ll-l.
' ia.ls, viliif
Bench Made Shoes, $7.00
From one of the beat Mnufc
lurer in Newark, N. J.
equal die Blioe tplrl by cuetenv
iKin.maKvr a, ii.uu to JjtMHL,
Sale nf SamnlA Klina
$3.50, $4.00 & $5.00 values
,-iampiei nnd overlota from w.ll
IIOAII fim-.E--.il II lll,.r. '
Worth SG.00 fl
Half a Century
Phonr WOO Colt. r.Tf. S
.11 Mul 'lrwlnvl.
-1111: i'vsmm; miow ok mi a.
MlNHiTTIat P. HO, SithM ASAvr.
rnnnnni inn i vm-h-xim wed A.sat.3.
- - - nut nvK wt.kk.n. - -
ITo-nlulif. Hamlet: Frl.
Ulit, Itonirn A'
I .InllMt Sat. Mm.. A liiu l.lkr It ihM. Mht
mrimt .IKIH. TlreW
Mon nnd Tiifs
j Ml-lits. anil Wi.-cl Mai.. Mrriliunl or rnln-:
Wnl Mirht. Ttvrlflli Mclili "Ilium Mht
i.tuiit-ii a .luiiri; 1 rt. -miii, mivnrin; a.ii.
Mat Incirih MKliii .Sat, Nljht llaralrt.
J'iIits I'Sc -51 C11.
' PLAYHOUSE ffiVI K T
SPKI'IAI. lTI.M:r Itl-UAl.
l-a-t OIIGUTiyn asm CM ortelaal
W i-rk I
MHtinr i:lllolt' 1h.. Mill. lift. H's' A. r Arr
I.Vl's K Main
Wrd. & .Sat. ; :io.
RROAnWAY TJfKATIti:. ror. ll at.
ilats. Weil. & Sat.. Vni Orehntrn .Srata. l.
(IVIIMVAI, OF Mlltlll,
mHr ok ltiuri v.
inor ok fi's,
THE LAUGHING HIT OF THE SEASON
I.ltvv, l'lltl.UH'S ML'SICAl. SltcrtSS.
All-Mar l asl inrluilm'--,11
'.Kn:ii in-: iiavkn.
HI ill IIAIKKI.
vviinaDi Ilanluonirr.v Mnorr riorence.
r.t-sini:i( iiiutu iics-no
1,000- l.An;ns- 1,00a
OkIhk to the bit demand for seals, speelal
niatliier., ulll be ulven on Moudavs durlnr the.
balance ot the run. OU) orch, cats al Jl,
j:iT TOKK'S I.K.11HMI TIIBAinB-H
B'u-a- A 40th St. Hves. at 8.15.
Matinee Wed, A Sat.
in "ine ursiof all rrew
part." Herald. Al
fred Sutro's itimedv.
Tin: i'Kiti'i.i:.i:u iu:sihm.
V 45th St. Kxr. Sharp.
Mat To-day A Hat. at .'
111 eo to m
In THK "MI.MI Till: PAINT" (iUII,,
ll'viay. 4ltli St. live, at S.I5-
The .Vewest. Daintiest Musical Comedy,
rietly Music. Costumes anil So Pretty Girls.
i ir.st .viatinee sat. at 2:15
GARRICK Slh's,..-.I,.r n'w5'' Eves.SilS.
unillliwri Mats. Wed. A Sat. aU:15.
A lendhlvletnrv for John Mason."-KvWmiil
JOHN MASON THE MUCK
lly Henry llerusteln, Author ol The Thief."
44 St. n'r n'way. Eves. 8:15.
Matinees Wert. A Sal 1 is
"The cleverest of All Iiernant Shaw
rluvs Is at the Hudson." American.
DflDtDT I flDIIUF MAN AND
nunc n i uun mn csuphkman
HARRIS M St., West of D wav i:ves.aU.t0.
V?III Mailnees To-day A Sat. at 210,
ARNOLD DALY V.J?" STa-VE
PARK th St., Col. Circle. Kves. S20. Mats.
1J: VV'el.ASal.2:2i). Wed. Mat-hie-Jl 5(1
.""'"-" il", i.'r " IK 1 11 C MELIIU1,
FULTON 'hMI..W.of H wav. Kvs.atS.lS.
rwt.iwn Matinees Weil, ft Sat al 21S
Tranr. Ibar's Musi
Vlnl. l'l At S.f
i rui i. wnr Musical nomancr.
THE COUNT? LUXEMBOURG
xNIC'KIUtBnCKKlt. n'way A 8Sth St.
IIvenlngTi al H:16 Mala. Wed. A Sat I'.IS-
KXAW KIU.AMI1.K present
The Ijist Hord In Musical OonifAT
OH! OH! DELPHINE
by C. XI S. Mct-ellan A Ivan CaryU.
CAST AND H.NSKMIILE OF 100
GAIETY P.'wy n tti st. nves. at i
HNIKI I Matinees Wed. &Sat3:S0.
iiniiinrr i ouan Harris nuccesa.
"A lasltnir farre success." I
TIM MURPHY IfmK
Ol flllF " vray L'venlnrs at .15.
A l St. I Klrst Mat. S. at WA
THE CHARITY GIRL
Ne Uuslo nil BU urM
Wrtt42d HI, ISvs. M:IS. Mali. West, A Sat, at J IS.
WITHIN THE LAW
Mala, WW, A SaL nli'tV,
A SCRAPE 0 THE PEN
byOraiiani Mugai.auilmrof Hnnir Pulls TMrtan
Blinil P.wsiy aoih hi. v.t
IJ.V'.i". ' .'l . - 'V F-BlA
aiai. iohsji.i nvKl
MUally Mat. ...too. ,uVl W.k.nTkl TbWl?i