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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1912.
Murtlui, Hunting Cocaine Seller,
Sees Colored Man Slosh
TAKES PART IN BATTLE
His Disguise Cut to Pieces Be
fore Policeman Knocks
Police Innpector John J. Murtha of the
Williamsburg district, disguised as a
tramp, wont out yesterday morning
to get cvidenco in a cocaine case and
xround up in a duel with a negro, in which
his disguise was slashed to pieces be
fore the man was subdued by another
policeman, A man previously attacked
and cut with the razor by the negro Is
dying at the Eastern District H capital.
Michael De Malsco, a saloon keeper
t ICS Lorlmer street, was arrested ten
days ago charged with trafficking in the
dnig for the large negro colony of the
district. Murtha took a personal in
terest in the caso and early yesterday
morning, dressed in tho oldest and ragged
est clothing ho could And, took a posi
tion across the street from the saloon
to learn if tho trade in cocaine still kept
He saw many women and 'children go
in and out tho place, but as there is a
dance hall attached to it he did not know
whether they were there to buy the drug
or to nttend the dance.
While ho was watching Policeman
Mooney of the Clymer street station
camo along, grabbed him as a suspicious
character and held on until he was shown
the gold shield. Then he went away
nervously wondering what was going
to happen. lie did not go far, and that
fact saved the life of the inspector.
Soon after this he saw a negro come
around the corner into Lorimer street;
he was a little negro and seemed to be
going about his business. Just behind
htm crept a giant negro, and just opposite
the doorway in which the inspector
stood the slant made a jump forward
and brought a razor blade across tho
throat or the man in front. The man
fell, his head striking the edge of the
euro, wiucn iraciurea ms skuu.
Murtha was across the street as fast
M his legs would take him and the big
negro saw him coming. He made a
wide slash at him, which was caught on
the elbow, und then the two clinched.
The two men fought with one arm free,
the negro trying to use his razor and tho
inspector to draw his revolver. They
were so close that all tho negro could
do was to slash clothing, while the
nammer or tno inspector s gun caught
in his hln pocket. They fell, rolled over
.and used both hands, fighting silently.
The inspector is not as large as the
negro, out no made up In grit and stockl
ness for tho difference. It was simply a
case of tho survival of the best trained man.
with the ovent doubtful, when a woman
atioking her head out of the window
saw the fight and screamed.
That gave Money notice a block away
and he came up on a run. It did not
take him long to settle it. A very skilful
blow of tho nightstick somewhere in the
region of tho temples and the negro
rolled over out of the fight. Murtha got up
,aad found tliat he had only a few bruises
and no cuts, but his clothes were in a
condition that made him glad it waa early
The man arrested waa Harry Mitchell
of 175 Lorimer street and the man he had
lashed was Elijah Early of 78 of the same
street. When they got him to the hospital
the surgeons said tnev did not see now
he could survive his injuries. Later In
the Manhattan court Mitchell was held
without bail to await the result of Early's
Injuries. Neither man would talk about
the cause of the tragody.
CLINTON HALL SOCIALIST FONT.
Information and Instruction There
Throughout the Dr.
Most of the interest of the members
of the .Socialist party in Manhattan cen
tred yesterday at Clinton Hall. 151 Clinton
street, which was one of more than half
a dozen campaign headquarters. Clinton
Hall is in tho heart of the district where
the workers in the clothing trades live.
A committee in charge of an in
formation bureau undertook to answer
all kinds of questions and was besieged
all day with crowds who wanted informa
tion, from instructions as to how to mark
the ballots up to the duties of awatcher.
One of the members of tho committee
was Miss Caroline Dexter, the young
woman who some time ago rescued the
American flag at a Socialist meeting
in Union Square from a group of members
of the Industrial Workers of the World
who tore it down and was beginning to
trample on it.
In tho afternoon Charles Russell, the
Socialist candidate for Governor, and
Meyer London, its candidate for Congress
in the Twelfth district, appeared and were
The two candidates afterward got into
an automo ilo with Miss Dexter, Mrs.
John Sloan, a socialist worker, and several
other candidates for a tour among the
polling places of tho East Side.
TUBE IN MBS. NE WELL'S THBOAT.
Wonld-be Holclde Breathes Throafh
It While Throat Wonnd Heals,
It was said at the J. Hood Wright Hos
pital last evening that Mrs. Louise Newell
of 601 West 139th street, who waa found
by her husband. Frederick E. Newell, In
the gas filled bathroom at her home on
Monday evening with her throat and left
wrist cut, is getting along nicely and may
Mrs. Newell is still breathing through
tho rubber tube of a stomach pump which
Dr. W. Mason Dickens of the hospital
inserted in an opening in her windpipe
which she mode with a razor in her effort
to kill herself.
Mrs. Nowoll is not able to talk as a result
of htr throat Injuries, but she had rallied
sufficiently yesterday, the hospital auth
orities said, to be able to scribble notes to
her husband who has been constantly at
MOVIES MAY IDENTIFY SUICIDE.
Unknown Man Leaps From Ferry
lion t ni Film Operator Paaaea.
A man jumped from the municipal
ferryboat Manhattan yesterday morning
as she wan on her way from St. Ooorge
to Now York. Two passengers saw him
throw off his coat and leap from the uppor
dook when tlm boat waa off tho Satute of
Liberty. Thoy gavo warning and the
boat was stopped and lifeboats lowered,
but tho man's body wasn't found.
The tugbont Mutual later picked up
two coats and a hat Huptioscd to belong
to the drowned man. They were taken
to Harbor Precinct A. There were no
identifying marks on them.
At the time tho suicide jumped from
the ferryboat the Department of Immi
gration's tug Immigrant was passing,
On her deck was a moving picture oiierator
of tho universal Film Comiwny, who
was taking pictures of the bay. He tried
to catch tho suicide with his camera,
but whether he did or not could not be
TIMES HAVE CHANGED.
I Crook Kara He Can't ftet Any Money
nn Klrrtlon Oar Hut tir ftteallnar,
Detectives Olynn nud llottl, on the look
lout for r In rs n round tlio wliolesalo dla
J trlct on election day, aa four young men
enter the loft building at 202 and 384 Ureeno
I street yesterday morning. In a few niln
, iito4 the detectives followed them, They
round that the lock on the door or the rooms
occupied by Wanner Ilros., dealers In cloaks
and suits, had been broken. In the comer
of the rear room they found the four men
with two largo bundles containing Soo
worth of cloth.
At Headquarters the men said they were
Joseph filanck of 183 Allen street, Harry
Cohen of 183 Ludlow street, Samuel
Rchwnrtz of si (ioorck street and Harry
Trnaeli of 183 Allen street. Holiwartz wan
, releuscd from Klinira Iteformatory a raw
On the way over to Headquarters (llynn
asked the men If they hnd voted.
"No, we ain't," said Hchwsrtz. "Times
aren't what they used to lie, can re
member when I could get at least IA e.very
tlnio I voted. Things have come to a pretty
pass when a fellow has to steal on election
The men were locked up In the Mercer
COURT CALENDARS THIS DAT.
NEW YOHK COUNTY.
Sunrema Court Anurliatn tihlAlon. nfnr
Inrralum, I'. J.; Laufblln. Clarke, Hcott and
Ainirr, .i. i. loun opens ai z i' w. .mi. ill, sn,
VO, HI, 13, 1UI, im, lUt, 217. -, 4, SU9, 4v, 09, CO
supreme Court Annellate Term. Itefore I-eh
man. Page and HotenklM. JJ. Appeals from
judgments ot City and Municipal Courts railed
at 10 A. M.
Supreme Court-Hpeclal Term. Part I. Before
Soabury, J. CoArt opens at I0J0 A. M. Ungated
Part II. lleforo Newburger, .1. Court openi
Supreme Court Morels! Term. Part III n.
fore Gerard. J. Motions. Undefended divorce
calendar .called at 10:15 A. It. To be callel at
2. P. M. Demurrer No. S3. Preferred rallies
Nos. 920, 777. General ra lends r No. 337. 285.
AM, IM. 137. 004. 3m. 610. SSI. ISO. 13, 43. 273
131,71, M.H, DUU, OXO.OOB. CM, KW, 701, 703, 718
3i. iOO. ,01,
Part iV.-Defore Hendrlck. 1,
Part V. Before Plaltek. J.
Part VI. lleforo lllarhorf. J. State rVanrMs
rases. Causes to be sent from Part 111. to Parts
iv. ana v. Tor trial.
Trial Term Part If. Before Oaveran. J
Short cauaes-Nos. 2439, 2a. SiS, Ms. 2242,
2233 . 2044. 2623, 2040, 2334, 13S2.
Part III. Before 1'onl, J. Day calendar
nw. iuiv. aw., ais, am, ai, itn, wa, lew.
Part IV. Before nianrhanl. .?. ruv nImi
dar Nos. 864, 003, M2. SS. 1081. 1040. 1044. 1048,
1040, 1030. 1030. 1081. 10S7. 371. 712.
Part V. Before Davis. J. Nos. 197, 837, 131,
tost , saa. aoi , ao2. isu, (ms.
Part VI. Before Delany. J. Day calendar
Nos. 030, 76, 333, 133. 248. 237, 342, 2M. 882. 1083.
Part VII. Before Dugro, J. Case on. No day
Part VIII.-Before Our. J. Nos. 713. mi, 714,
(Id.PtU.VII.VIt, , nu, oi , OS, AV, ,99.
Part IX.-Before Brady. J.-.Vos. 738,
19. 140. 877. 810. 370. 3S3U. 327. 007. 77.
Part .. Before (Slererlcta, .1. Nos.
020. 041 . 823. 323. SSI . SS7. OBI . 002.
782, 7161 j,
Part XI. Before McCaU, J. Nos. 1004, 441,
782. 788. 1001, 1003. 1003. 1009. 1007, 1103. 1104. 1108,
Part XII. Before Cohalan, J, Nos. 203, sou,
a9 nm n.. ivt. a m
wvi, w,, wn. v,,, v, Tt.
Part XIII. Before Amend, J. Inquests Nos,
777. DeS'i. Day calendar Nos. 001. Ms.
Part XIV. Before Pendleton, J, Nos. 132, 810.
811, . SU. M, 348.
Part XV. Before Creenbaum, J. Not. (30, 87J,
wii, DM, au, boo, nn, ibwj. Bit, av. UI4,
Part XVI. Before BUur, J, Nos. 818, 84, B,
w, iuu. m,. (IM. A--
Part XVtl.-Before De Angells. J. Nos. 880,
2487, 724, 732, 877, 787, 701. 703. 708. Bit). 010. 870,
007, 48, 044, 702, 384, 304, 000. Oil, 288. 88, 024,
'art XV11I. Before Krlanrer. J. N'na. niu
14 . mt, "
Surrogate's Court Chambers. Before Towler,
S. Will for probate Christian Seybold. Erne
line B.Wagner. iMlngW.Chllds.SamuelSolomon,
George Coy. at 1030 A. U.
Trial Term Before Cohalan, S. No day cal
endar. city Court Special Term-Part I. Before
Donnelly. J. Court opens at 10 A. U. Motions.
Part II. Before Schmuck, J. Court opens at
10 A. M. Ca parte matters.
Trial Term Part I. Before Green. J. Nos.
WW, IWf, (U, OlS, BOS. SW, 1U77, IOSi, lOSS, 1041,
1003, 1003. 1001, 1007, 10SS. 1100. tlOl, 1103. 1101.
8S7, 478. 3S4. 784. 701, 844. 1043. 004. 3tt. 007, 1040,
880. 0S3. 1032. 240, 733, 1108, 1100. 1110, lilt, 1112,
nis. mt, 1118, ms, 1117, ma, ma. mo. nn,
1123. 1124, 1U3, IU4, 1117, 112. 1120, lUt, 1132.
1133, 1134, 1U4, 1137, 1138. 1U0, 1140. 1141, 1142,
1143. 1144. 1148. 1148, 1147. 1I4S.I14. 1130.
Part II. Before VleAvoy. 3. Short causes
Nos. 4S38. 4878, 4780, 4740, 4833, 410, 4VU, 4S90.
4380. 4027, 4813, 4703. 4883. 482, 4873, 4007, 4000,
4081, 4082, 4714, 4713. 4884, 4708, 4083, 4083, 4043.
4043. 4S4I, 4723. 4M0. 4323, 4001, 4010. 4012, 4047,
4038. 4738. 4703. 4037, 4187.
Part 1 1 1. -Before La Terra. J.
Part IV. Before Lynch. J.
Part V. Before Plnellu. J.
Part VI. Before O'Dwyer. C. J.
Part VII. Before Delehanty, J.
Part VIII. Before Smith, J.
. Causes to be sent from Part I. to Parts III.,
IV., V.. VI., VII. and VIII. for trial.
SuDreme Court Snerlal Term. Before Put.
nam. J. Court opens at 10 A. 31. Litigated
Supreme Court-Special Term and Chambers.
Court opens at 10 A. 31. Before Putnam. J. no
tions, lieforn Dlackmar, J. Kx parte matters.
Supreme Court Special Term Trials. Before
Papper, J. Court opens at 10 A. 31. Day cal
endar Nos. 2773. 2773. 1433, 2433, 2424, .2147, 2310,
2S40, 23C0, 2TJB0, 2433. 27S0. 2732. 27A3. 2737. 2780
2704 , 2703. 2417, 2428, 231. 17S2. 2033. 2433. 26H2-3.
2707, 270-2an2. 2ST8. 2SOI. 23IB. 218. 2107. The
following causes If marked ready will be passed
tor the day. No cause will be set down for a
day upon the call. Nos. 2310. 2311, 2812. 2313,
2814 , 2813, 2818, 217, 2318. 2810. 2820. 2821. 2822 31,
2823, 2824, 2323-28, 2827. 2828-20, 2320, 2332, 2833,
2834, 2833, 7838. 2837. 2338. 2830, 2340. 2841, 2A42,
ZA44, 843, ZW, 2847, 2843. 28480. 2831
Highest number reached on the regular call '2831.
Supreme Court Trial Term. Court opens at
10 A. U. Day calendar Nos. 3282, 4378. 8303, 8312.
VU3. 8818, 3310, 8320, 3784. 8323. 3374, 8820, 6327,
3330-8340. 3331. 3332. 8333-3348, 3337. 3330, 35 43.
3830. 838t, 31U. 33M, 3838, 33(9, 3381, 3372, 8378,
3383, 3388, 8800, 8301, 3202, 3704, 3807. 8400, 8404,
3407, 34110, 8410. 3413. 3414. The following causes
If marked ready will be passed for the day. No
cause will be set down for a day upon this call.
Nos. 3410. 3421, 3428, 6484, 3433, M42.3448. 3430,
3480. 3482, 84A8, 3474, 3478, 3477, 3478, 34SO, 3481,
3482, 8188, 8480, 640O, 3403 , 8403. 080, 428, 2318.
2388-1380. 2440. 2MI. 2838 . 280, 3007, 8331, 4007,
4047, 4184, 4342. 4432. 4438. 4484. 4308, 434, 4343,
4308-4M0, 4820. 4831. 4877. 4702. 1732.
Supreme Court Trial Term. Part V. Criminal
calendar. Before Asplnall, J. Court opens at 10
A. M. People vs. Harry Wood, murder: People vs.
Tony Delmotre. rape, assault, abduction: People
vs. Harry Fisher, aasault: people vs. Lawrence
Fasrella. carrying concealed weapons: People vs.
Harry Fischer and Joseph Bowen. aasault: People
vs. William Wall and John Morrlssey. assault;
People vs. Isadore Pranda. carrying deadly
weapons: People vs. Patrick McCarthy, assault.
Supreme Court Trial Term. Part VII. Crimi
nal calendar. Before Crane, J, Court opena at
10 A. U, People vs. Ben). Van Zlle. manslaugh
ter: People vs. I.ulfl Bruno, murder: People vs.
Mariui i. ttui, asnaun; reopie vs. latanne Ko
maao. rape, assault: People va. Angelo Lai
twin; rmjpiv vs. i.oaries uurion
ter: Peonle vs. Mitchell Paner. vlnUUnr ma. ijutt
P. I.. (0. C. W,): People vs. Mitchell Paper and
Ralph Macrella, attempted eitortlon.
County Court Calendar Parta I., II., III., and
IV. Court opens at 10 A. M. No day calendar.
&urrogate'a Court Calendar Before Keteham,
S. Court opena at 10 A. M. In the Hall of Records,
second floor. The wills of Kmma Wheeler, Thos.
Young. Mary J. McCarty, Cresgantlse Frenblas,
Vm. H. llanraw., Sarah Aronon, Michael OTar
rcll and Sarah Walsh. The accountings In the
estate of James McNtay, James MoUuIre, James
Lamont, J. Craig, Joseph Wendel, Catharine
Japtok, Claus Doscher, It. Ooodwln, l:d. Cor
man, Alice M, Dustmen. Alfred J. Dixon, tlustavn
Nliachke. Ray Dillon, James Queen and Michael
J. Cofley. The estates of Margaret Ceoghrgan,
K. J. ColTln. Jr.. and Margarrth Barber. Con
tested calendar The wills of Wra. B. Carhart and
Su preme Court Trial Term Before Van Slelen,
J. Court opens and calendar called at to A. M. In
Part I. Calendar Nos. 038. 040. 041. 013, 044.
047, 888, 632, 383. 031. Cases will be added to the
ready section ot the calendar from day to day
from the reserve calendar of November 4. Highest
number reached on the general calendar. Nn. 037,
County Court Criminal Term Before Hum-
hrey. J. Calendar called at 10 A, M, Nos. 3302.
103. 8300, 3600, 3282, 3304.
V. a, Supreme Coart Calendar.
WASHINOTON, Nov. 8. The day call In
tne uniieu oinica ouprviH uouri rqr ZMovein
tier a: nos. 91 tana 11;, 15, 17, ji,
It, i, 11 II VI iv,
Supreme Court By Justice Newburger Matter
of ciam, Abraham stern: Matter of Spies, Jamea
A. Foley: Matter of llrunlnr, Alfred ateckler, Jr,
, By Justice Srabury-I'almer va Bachrarh
John .. Lowe: Taylor va Walklns, Charles I..
Klngsley: Walsh va Darts. John Z. Lowe: CHUens
Sav Bank vs Bachman, Melvln U. PaUlser: Korn
11. KdclsonsDullols va Krrkelberr, John J. Lowe.
mcrmann a Co, I'erclval II, Urefory.
SuDreme Courtllv JustlrM Kuh,,pf..i
I.. W'ahls va Kmanuel S. (lure enhelm, Samuel Well;
Michael Tenter vs Joseph Trledlanrt, Michael
Katz: John C Orr fn. vm PauiiiMa i-..! .
llomalne Brown Co.
HrJJ,,Jill?S.0A?T(S;2.n,-EU'rne " CUr
Now to get down to Busi
ness. Clothing, furnishings, hats
For men and boys.
Rogers Peet Company,
Three Broadway Stores
Beg. U. S. Pat. Off.
Best for health and comfort, it it most
agreeable 'to wear and in the highest
possible degree hygienic. Greatly superior in all
respects to tny other linen meth underwear.
tlifb-clut dealers everywhere.
Wrttt fr kookht aat tmmpku
SCHLICHTEN RAMIE COMPANY
473 Broome Street Naw York
2 for 2ft
A NEW AND POPCI.ATt
EARL & WILSON
SHIRTS SI 2 AND MORE
Mill I IMP C
!l way 'ft 30th St. Kvs. 130.
. "Tf . M"l. To-flm- .inc. lo 31 SO
Ajjjwyomeoy fllia WIVE with HKNnv
w.n mas.! KOLKKK.
IN SIX DAYS 14.490 PERSONS SAW
The StiO.rwO I ntl.CtmiUa
THE 0AU6HTER OP HEAVER
CENTURY THFITPF Ave
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LITTLE t"'-!;" no w. iM M.
S SW 1 1 m mm m mm - B
CMIHH WUITC MerlnMn
wnvn mil is. . rrrif noun.
and Kvery Afternoon except Halurclav. at 3 Hi
Falrr-Tala Play for Chlldrra.
ELT1NGE Un.4e?To!day A SM1. Si's
WITHIN THE LAW
MADISON SQ. GARDEN
Dally II A. AI. to tl P. U.
ilodtrtt Prortau nf Ulrlna. Tl,...
UNI0I 10. lTnm t-cwl "Mike" DonUn.
VmVm H Wilbur Uack Nella Walker.
Il'way h 14th dt. IHoeyaie. TomTerrls.nlhs
U'wny Sc 8M St.
Blanche Walsh, Theo. Bendlx
I1 . 1. - I.MI. ..HOT - .
imitiD 1,1111, fl)UU
IComedy 4, lo Carrlllo, otha
7th Ave AlJSHt.
"Trslned Nurses." with Clark
a Ilerfman, Hay Cox, Kd.
F. Iteynard, otherr.
Dally Hats, 38c.
IJUIan Shaw, John V. Wade
Ed. Blondell a Co., others.
"THE GREAT DIVIDE"
Eva. 18-80, Dally Uat. 10-c.
M array Hill. Eva. 8.18. Uat. Today. Burlesque.
TUK WORLD OF fLEABDBK.
DODOES IN FB0NT OF AUTO ; DIES.
Seven-Year-old Boy Killed nt Plan-
In The Bronx,
Seven-year-old Harry W. Iiavrrenoe. Jr..
of 1028 Simpson avenue, Tho Bronx, was
instantly killod last night on Wontcheater
avenue, near Simpson street, when he
was struck by the automobllo of P. ,1,
Heany, a wealthy contractor, of 10S0 Folio
street. The boy and a friend were playing
under the pillars of tho elevated structure
on which the subway trains run thern
The noise of a passing train drowned
out the sound of the approaohine auto.
mobile ana Harry stepped from behind
a pillar directly in front of the car, which
passed over him,
The ohftUITeur, Alfred R. Weldenz. of
109 Bower street, Jersey City, was alone
In tho car. Ho carried inn bov In n murW
doctor, who pronounced him dead, Wei-
denr. was arresioa ana cnarced with
homicide. The Coroner held him under
DIED AT THE AGE OF 104.
ro Woman Whuse Parents Were
Slaves In Sew Jrreey.
( Mrs. Emma Kock, 104 years old, died
on Monday night at the home of her
son William, 201 Boach street, lied Bank,
N, J., after an illness or two wooks,
Mrs, Itock waa born In IStW at Llnoroft.
Her parents were slaves of Mrs. Alice
Halgbt. She waa favorite with the white
Boo U aurvlred by ten children,
From a recent decision
of the Public Service
Commission it was ex
pected that the operat
ing Companies on certain
Surface Car lines in Man
hattan would resume the
giving of transfers at 59th
St. on December 1st.
The New York Rail
ways Company, however,
always watchful for the
public welfare, decided
to make the change at
once, and therefore put
the plan in operation
Nov. 1st a full month
ahead of time. Here is
a proof of how the com
fort of its patrons is
Not only is this a
boon to the traveling
public, but also to all
advertisers in the cars
affected by the new
change. In future they
will get much more cir
culation at no extra cost.
We have the exclusive
control of all the adver
tising space in all the
New Yrk Citj Sirfico Cars,
Fifth Areiie kses.
Study tiie Cards
We Have a Standard.
New York City Car
225 Fifth Avenue
Tel. 4680 Madison
8 av. Md-44lh. Dally Hats. 1. Best Seats 81. I. 8.
Serin of Complete Mew Spectacles.
WINTER fiAROEN THCPASsiNa
K.d. Uat.To-m'wii. . SHOW OF 1912
lixtri Feature: Uurdonl. In "The Ilrst Atfaliv"
ROlDaVAYTIiea.. B'nay & list. V.t. 8.13.
nWNWff ftluMince Hatunlay Z:18.
WAl.TKIl nAJIKOM;ir.S lc- Comic 0-era
THE DOVE OF PEACE
Words and Lyrics by Wallace Irwin.
DALY'S, ll'v A .X) .Si. Kv. S:l. Ma!.To-diii-l M
THE POINT OF VIEW
39th St. Th..3B.nr.n'y. 8I.M Mat. To-day 3:13.
fi"' Th llinrintu tf Vlrtm
MOV..IAMMKIttaSELI.'Sfln "She Stoops
NOV. I Ol.ll KNtil.lsn i toConquer."
II. I IOMKIII l-o. i Seats on Ssle.
Maxtne Elliott's Th., 381h. 1-ei. ll'v 4 rtih Av.
To-day 3M. Kvs. S.i). READY MONEY
William Collier's Comedy. 4lrt. r. of llVay.
nv. 8-.1S. Mat. riuuwip riner sii aw
To-morrow l. so. (Riinl OrlnOI rLHI
LYRIC 4Id, W. of B'nay. I'.vs. at S1.
",n,w 81.80 Mallnce (o-.lay at ?.
wu e!"AU JULIUS CAESAR
Cast Includes: Mr. FaAcnham. Fiona Kceran,
Tyrnne I'ower, Fuller Melllsn, Ml Julie Opp.
PLAYHOUSE 48th K. of B'wav. Kvs. 8:13. "
rbMI nWWE Mais. To-dav.Tn.m'iv ASK.
-Twsiswss siian snss ..is. j, v,a,.
LITTLE MISS BROWN
Casino, ll'v. SU Kv. 8 SO. Mat'neeTo.-liiv 11 M
MANHATTAN OP. II., 34lh A 8 Ay, ilt.To-day.
BOUGHT AND PAID FOR
Tur uriiin seats
WEST END. ISSth. V. of 8th Av. 8. Eves. ;t
j.uu aiaunee tuc allVTEB ur
To-day, J; 18.
ins, mrwikn the
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Kv.818. Wms. Wed. Sat. J:6.
Pod. Mat. l.i.dav fto,-. tt.Bil.Rn
The Absolute lilt nf tlir ear.
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AKTflR ''"' 4Sth 81. Kvs. s.:IV Mats. Wrd.
H9 1 Ull sat. TO-n vv MAT. tor. to 81.80.
voun moon , HAWTHORNE ;t U.S.A.
T1NOLK." I A lliimtnllc Farce.
IHn OP. HO..:M.st.,8lh Ave. Mai. To day,
ilJltlsJ KDU1E I'OY, -Over the Itlvcr."
Opening Mht, Mnndar, ,ot. 11, at 8
iniccliil's Manan Lescaut. I.ucreila llorl (debut).
iiucncne; vsrusu. oi-utu, orituruis. iiaua, jteiss.
rnrin.in, rilnpfflti fnlanm, lHeh,iri
Wed. at 1 tflO. 4loetterdamuiehin. Frem.
staa, itomer. rornia. ucn, jparxrs; uurnan,
Urlswold, Well, Uorltz. I'ond., llerti.
Thurs. at (. Clloconda. Dettlnn, Homer,
Duchene; Caruso, Amato, Seaurola. Con., I'olarco,
Frl. at 8:18. Butter y. Farrar, Forula; Mar
tin, Seoul, Uada. Cond., Sluranl.
aat. sjat.atJ. lannnseaisr. iiesunn, rr
stad: Hletak. Well, Wltherjpoon, Itelss, lyosh
Sals of Heals bee Ins To morrow at 9 A. M.
HAHU11AN PIANO USKU.
"MISS STARR TRIUMPHS' yMTi
In TIIK CkSV. or BECKY.
EPIIILIC I KvenlntTat 8:ll
.i-mi ,.T," at.l Mats.lo dayanasat.3:l
Wllllani I'.lllott and tiavld Helssco present
: GOVERNOR'S LADY
AKOI.IAN HALL. Thursday Ere., Nov. 7,
I'tsAIILES N. liRANVII.LF. Honij llecllal.
Manateineni nailer Anderson.
lk AVP u'way ICIIff Uordnn. Ilohlu ft Lew
U8'Uai.:.alaoa Ketler Co, SSftV,
for Election Week!
(ovrr. HtiHit, Cartase, as Sheets
of Music iillh TMcae
AT IIIICK IIOITOM
$40 L. GILBERT $3
60 CASPARS 3
90 LUDKE A CO. 4
1 35 Es QAILER
145 H. WATERS
195 SOHMER ft GO.
259 Steinway & Son 6
HONTHIYKHTS AB A MO
79dewtfu. upright r IMIiw
81 COURT. COll. LIVING-IH
BTON ST., nnooitLTN. Ql
One block from tloro. Kail Subn ay Station, I
87 Years. UP6N CVBRINHS aa Main.
.new lomi's i.ntDix: Tituvriti-s.
FMVINF U'way f-. 4Ath NI. i:es. at 8. IS.
KiarinB ijm m,is. To-day & Sot. 5:18.
JOHN DREW wavjeke'-
SfWIIIl Ulli.II A,frCl ;.,,.., rnmfdy
Tin: pkrpi.i:xi:i iusba.m.
W.XT MOMI4T Seats Now.
Na nw a u ft g a In the 4 Act Drama
KimU VA llKLIJ8DOA
LYCEUU w' Tsih-St. rve. 8-50 Sharp,
bl WKUIW Mats.To-mnrrnw A Sal, 3:18.
zn to sei
run "sund tiik pixr" cim..
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In the power
ful rilsy "TIIK
My llrrxrl HernMclfi. Autlinr of "The Thief."
wniiKniun m-day u sst. ::is
Bachelors & Benedicts Ralph Herz
2J St . XV. uf H'wey.
Kvc. 3S V.stlnees
Thur. rt Sat. at 2:IS.
"ROARS OF LAUGHTER."
"FORBES' BEST COMEDY."
Aillhnrnf -TIlKCIIOni'S I.MIY" A
nut: thavi".limi salf-mian,"
"BEST COMEDY IN A
BIG HIT !
4 1 St.. nr. Il'way.
HUOSOR Ms' .To-'inj A SM. 3:14.
UCI Cll UaDC ln r,n,,r "Rrrlv
HcLtn WAnt nxAKi-
BIN If .'I'll' S!.. ')! Circle. Lust 4 Mjhts.
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Thurs., Xiiv. 14 -Sen's Xeit Monday.
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NEW AMSTERDAM v' , 'I'o-dT' it 2.15.
I'up. Inn- Mat. lii-fl.i), Il. -t S".iK)l.o.
1'rtn I ha-'s Mul"i I .-.n-n'
THE COUNT? LUXEMBOURG
MIMTYV-' l?'1"' ':' - C"5. MaH.To-day
LlatBTI 1 1 Mt. i,,..! iA uk, toSl.sn.
0 Arnold Hiu
nrtt A Kdward
KMI'KI t'.IIOCKKR. Il'wav SSth St,
l' .I5. Matinees To-la i- Snt. :' t.1.
II' tl ..e. In l l.iirn"
OH! OH! DELPHINE
MATINEE TO-DAY. POP. PRICES
AiETY S.'v"ty- 8 SI- Kvs. 8.30. Uti Mats.
MIKI I Tn-nsv A si m - i,; '
U8T 6 TIMES
JBjaJJMaL4sl 31 g 1
with flaoraa Nash A- IMmbviI ih.i..
V-NKXT MO.NOAYiA Nc Arncrlcanft tl h
LDBEI MATIM'.i: T-DAV. -Jill
ll'i i. LlaU 4 al It siiu
live, at 8:18. 1 THE LADV Oi Tllli SLIPPKR.
NKW AKOLIAN HALL. 34 West 4 .Id St
a i, rtmi n is i miinii uii ucuui Ol Uie
at H'M o'clock lAuicrlan Violinist, LOUIS
78o to $, at Do i Olflro and from Mjt. 11 if
Hanson. i-H 6tl ave. HTKl.NWAY PIANtll
CARNKOIK IIAI.I, Sunday Aft.. i,r. I II at .1
1UK KMINK.NT SWISS CIammi
Tickets, Mc. to 81.80. now nt l!o onlie.
ll'Hoy A26lhSt. Ka.8:JoT
nv9 aiaiinci a 23t
A SCRAPE O' THE PEN
lini! !i';v' spii) m. i:v. nt 8:so,
w MariAlit; l.Vr.llv IJAV AT2:aj.
RAINEY'S AFRICAN HUNT
livgs.asat.l THF. Mi-HltV- 'lo-day. ll
Mai.iSc.-tl.l ll.KOt U Klt.l';8c. & Wc,
II .... " bl1. Adams. Kdna "auj,
Uy Mats.Mi8)c. land j ottier Uie acts.
IRVINQ PLACE THEATRE
l.l'l UH',1 D,ll tVI.I It .! (( . If,
jne Italn isj.1.
COUPLKrU ELECTION lUfTUIlNa
Until l'ald. I
R. H. Maey A Co.'s
ilk "k ra II L. Y
Our Stocks, of Winter Clothing
for Men, Women and Children
Are Complete and Present
Great Opportunities for Savings
CARPET & RUG SALE
Sixty-five thousand dollars' worth of the best
floor-coverings in America, to be sold for
forty-three thousand dollars. '
Plain Wilton Velvet
Regular Macy price. $1.44
jfWidth.lVlacy's special price, 1.14
Body Brussels Carpets
Regular Macy price. 81.59
Macy's Sale price, $1.14
Among theses fine Rugsand Carpets are no
remnants, no "left-overs," and no shop-worn
goods. The collection is composed of a selec
tion from our regular stock added to the items
of a recent fortunate purchase on a large scale,
and the entire series has actually been marked
down to, in many cases, less than wholesale cost.
Sizes of Rugs run from 27 inches x 54 inches up
to 9 feet x 12 feet, and the range of colorings,
the combinations in shades and patterns, and
the borders, are so wide that description is
impossible here. We say, however, that in this
fine collection of Rugs and Carpets you can
surely match any color scheme whatever.
Wilton Velvet Carpets
Regular Macy price, $1.44
Macy's Sale price, 51.09
Here is a rug story that applies to carpets, too.
We adcerlisc in this section a9ft.x 1 2 St. Royal Wilton Rug for $26.74
regularly at Macy's, $36.89)
Another large and reputable concern in New York ' advertising this
identical quality of Rug thus: "Value $42.50; Special $33.50."
First Grade Tapestry
r-i l ri t
I ncguiar macy price, nfi.
Macy's special price for tins sale 74c
r I , . ' nr..
Royal Wilton. Tapestry Brussels,
Velvet and Axminster Rugs
Most Are Copies of Magnificent and Costly
Orientals, in All-Over Persian Effects.
Royal Wilton Rugs
These Wilton Rugs are a high grade
material, made from worsted yarns,
woven cn a jacquard loom, which
means service, durability and re
27x54 In. 4J5h5.25
36x65 In. 7 JO h 8.50
Reg. Macy s
4.24 to 4.89 $3.09
6.74 to 7.74 $4.74
Fine Axminster Rugs
High grade Axminister Rugs, mostly
in Oriental patterns and in the dark
rich color combinations of green, tan,
brown and red. Reg. Macy's
Sire Elsewhere price
27x60 in. $2.25 2.14
36x72 In. $3.75 $3.48
9xl2Jt. $24.50 522.74
German Decorated Dinnerware
lA to lA Less Than Elsewhere
The decoration of this high grade Schwarzburg China has a
dainty pink rose festooned pattern intertwined with a conven
tional border in green, the combination rhakinc a decoration
equal in effectiveness to that of
Included in this assortment are all the pieces necessary for a complete
Dinner Set in any combination preferred.
Dinner Plates; each 15c
Breakfast Plates; each He
Tea Plates; each 10c
Dessert Plates; each c
Bread and Butter Plates; each. .. . 8c
Soup Plates; each.. lc
Platters; each $7c
Platters; each 69c
Platters; each ... ,4k
Platters; each 2c
lec Cream Dishes; each 59c
Preserve Dishes; each 7c
Individual Butters 3c
Mayonnaise and Plate; each 39c
Open Baker 23c
Twin Open Baker J$t
lea Cups and Saucers ... ,$c
Coffee Cups and Saucers. . 19c
A. D. Coffees and Saucers Uc
Bowis !.;;;!!:! ij;
Attractions AraThalr Lot Prlca.
Herald Squara, gZtV Broadway. 34th to3SthSt.
Plain Wilton Velvet
Regular Macy price, st.89
44WWth,Macy's special price,$1.44
Regular Macy price, 51.34
Macy's Sale price, 79c
Ehtuhtrt $115 ,
Regular Macy price, 51.09
Macy's Sale price, 79c
I Second Grade Tapestry I
Regular Macy price. 78c
Macy's special price for this sale 59c
Tapestry Brussels Rugs
These are the high grade Tapestr
Brussels Rugs. An excellent wearing
rug. suitable for the living room,
library, dining room and chamber.
in meaauion and tloral efiects,
9x1 2 ft. $15.50
9x10 ft. $13.50
8UxlO,-2 ft. $12.75
Fine Velvet Rugs
This excellent rug is woven so as to
be used on both sides, mostly in
Oriental patterns and colorings. A
rug that can be used advantageously
in any part of the house. The quality
is of sufficient strength to give ex
cellent service on either side. Both
sides exactly alike.
Size Elsewhere Rcg.Macy price
9X12 520 00 518.48
Macy's Sale Price $11.89
Third Fl.. n'wa.
many of the very expensive China
Ramekin and Plate
Bouillon Cups and Saucers,.
Covered Rnttpr nkli
. . IOC
. . 59C
Double Hug Cups
Covered Muffin Dishes....
Mala Floor. 3th