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THE SUN, MONDAY,' NOVEMBER 18, 1912.
FOR NEW YORK FAMILY
Henry T). Winters. Who Left
Wifeiinrt Children Here, lk
eame Rich in West.
RASTERS HEIRS 3IISS1XU!
Lawyer's Search for Them Only
Increases Mystery of
SomewhtTf In Now York or It m vicinity
there nrc persons entitled lo un cstute of
$100,000 If ft by ii man who died In a
Western State over u year nun. I'nlem
they are found coon the money will bo
to the State In which lie died.
Nelson II. TiinnlclllT. n lawyer of 32
Liberty Htreet. made public the fact In
the case ye.xteidny after a search he Ivul
conducted ever .-Ince the nun's death
formed only to Increase the mystery
mirnmmllni: the innti' early life. Tho
liw.vor I? convinced that before he went
West the man had a wife and children
In New York. Me illdn'i take them with
him atid a MMreh of all the records here
has failed to reveal them.
The $100,000 estate bcloimed to llenrv
P. Winters, who died on June so. 1911.
lie left no will, and after his death a
creditor he hnd employed as housekeeper
was appointed ndmlnlstrator of his es
tate. The housekeeper stated In her
petition that no known ne.t of kin could
be ascertained. A thorough examina
tion of his vapors failed to throw light
upon his history or his relatives.
Subsequently some of his acquaintance
In the place where he died came for
ward and rnlil he had told them he was
born near AlUinv, N. Y.. about lS'.'S and
that In had been married twice, lie said
his first wife had died In or about New
York city many year ntto and that he
had a ilumhter and Krandchlldien now
It was learned Ut -r that Winters had
married a second time In 1STS one
Allda K. Shufelt. who was a native of
New York, One child was born of this
mnrrliiKe. who was named Alice. Win
ters made his fortune buying up and
discounting county and school warrants
In Western Stall s and also handling
KaMern money for- Investment.
Lawyer Tunnlclln found that about
thirty years no a relative of Winters
from Itrooklyn visited him In the West
because she was dlssatlstled with th
Income she was recelvlnc from Invest
ments he made, but nobody where Win
ters lived could remember her name. I:
ISAl Winters came back to New York
SUito with hi- wife and child and
xtnppod one nlsht In New Jersey with
his wife's brother, Kmmet H. Shufelt.
He also visited with relatives of his
wife at Albany, hut none of them who
has been seen can she any Information
During the visit to New York Win
ters and his fecond wife quarrelled be
cause of his desire to travel, and short
ly after they returned t'j their home
In the West they separated. She rfued
him for divorce, but withdrew It and
moved with her ilnuxnter to California.
Tho daughter was drowned at a sum
mer resort In IS!)" mill her mother died
a few years later. The court record
show that after Winters separated from
his wife he was sued twice for breach
of promise and paid larce sums In each
A friend of Winters said that a
dauchter of his first wife died In New
York about thirty-five years nzo and
that she was survived by her husband
and children. Amons his effects was
found an envelope addressed to him In
to the seneral delivery. New York.
It was learned that at that time he. was
here on a visit to his cousin, William
II. Winters, In New Jersey, but the
cousin Is dead, and while the latter'
children remember the visit, they can
tell nothlncr about Winters' antece
dents or of his lost family Ir. New York.
It Is believed Winters left New York
State prior to 1S70.
Winters appear to hao io!d nothing
of his early history to his ceeond wife,
who was much younger than he. or If
he did she failed to disclose It to her
relatives. The only Information they
could give about him was that he met
his second wife at a boardlnt? house In
a Western city and married her after a
"There Is no doubt that the heirs of
Winters are residing In New York or It
vicinity," said Mr. Tunnlclln yesterday,
"nnd unlets they como forward his
property will be escheated by the State
COURT CALENDARS THIS DAY.
NT.W OKK COIWTY
Supreme Court -Atipellsle Division. Recess
tin I II Tucsilav . Nu ember lt, M 2 I'. M
Supreme Court Appellate Term. Heeess.
Supreme Court Special 't erm Fart 1. Ilefore
HrCall, J. Court ripens at lu:iO A. M. l.lllfatcU
Part J I - before .Niabiiry .1. Court opens at
1030 A. M. Kx parle mailer.
.Supreme Court Special Term.- Hart 111
Hefore (ierard, .1 Motions. Preferred raue
Nos. 1411.1. AMI, AMI. 14(1. 1434, 141A, 1 tM. 131)7. MVS,
1170, 1SIC, 1451. 14i. 14K1. tieueral ralendar
Nos. 1S9. 137, 352, 1.22. 7t. 13j, 373, K3. 571, .'.79,
.".S3. MS, MS, 007, 033, 037, BC4, CM, 7u., Mil, 74,
I'art IV- before llenilrlrk, J.
1'art V. before I'lntreli. .1
I'art VI before Ulsfliolt, .1
I'art VII - before NeKtmraer. .1
Cannes to he sent from I'art 111. to Parts IV.,
V.. VI. will VII for trial.
Trial Term- Part II before (iateiran, J.
Short muses No. 243S, 2MI. ;i:u, 1M3, !25U,
ssrc, srxa. 1704, 2:16, M2ii. 24uo, Kin.
Part lit before Pont. J Dav cnlenrlar
Nos. mi. 31. hoc. 1321, line, ireo. nno, 43.0. mi:.
Jixia, linn, ius, 111 I, 1110, i-i, nt.o, 1u.11. izvz,
1333, 1334, 1333, 1330, 1357, 1338, 1300. 1311, 1311.
Part IV. before llliinrharrl. J. Day calendar
Nov 150H. 1210. 1313, 1220, 500. 330, Ml, MX, U,
1181, 370. 11135. 43311, MM, 1218, 1219, 1227, 1177,
1170, 13.MI, 13BA. 1307. ISAM, 1309, 1370.
I'art V before l)avln, .1 Day calendar
Nos. 1147. IIM. 1135, 1131. 1073, HOI, M2, 001, 1133,
1(XI, 1HH. 1137. 1131. 1142. 11.VI. 1158, 573 , 811, 4242,
4243 . 273. 1018. 857. 431, 1371, 1372,
Port VI before, Delanv, J. Dar ralendar
Nos. 883, 1085, 220. 221. 053, 0M, 88.1, 1231, 1334,
1210, 1241, 1081. 1243. 1233, 1235. 1238, 1239, 1245,
1233. 1257, 888, 1813. 1373, 1175. 1377.
Pari VII. Ilefore Iiurro. J. Nos. 271, 2M,
Kit, 438, 450. 850, 873. 39, 821. 829, 2W4. 4484,
4011, 471, 44110, 4101, 11.17, 21' j, 803, 134, 414, 884,
,'flSI,, 8111, Ml, 1114. 1105. 1258, 12112.
Part VIII - Ilefore (iuy. J. Nos. 120 tin,
121, 411. 432. 4334. ,V)IJ, 158. 1378, 1379, 1380, 1381,
1384, 1385, 1381, 1387, 1388, 1391, MIC, 1393, 1394,
1.IU7. 130H. WW, I HO. 1401
Part I.X Ilefore Ilraily, J. Day calendar
Nos. 140. 577. 510. 378, 1051. W5l. S27, 202, 102, 887,
1123, 1124. 1127, 1120. 1137. 1338, 1339, 1341, 1342,
1343, 1347, 1348. 13111. 1330, 1331,
Part .V before (Jlciferlch J. Case on, No
I'KI A I. Adlourned for the term.
Perl Ml. Ilefore Cohalan J. Nos. lata. M7,
411. 1302, 011. 428. liMO. 1301. 130.3. 1313, 1320, 1.121.
1325. UVl. Hull. 1089, 1151, 12S5, 1327, 1330, 1332, 1333,
MM. Ml-,. 13.38.
Part M 1 1. before Amend, .1. Nos. 203. 703, 887,
I IV 423, 519. 521, 1230, 1231, 1233, 1233, 1237, 1230,
1211, 1212, 1218, 1240, 1230, 1203, 1233, 1258, 1257,
1258, I2l. 1211.
Pari MV -ll'-fore Pendleton, .1. Nos. 1528,823,
821. I1, 82.1, 1 1 7M . 827, IWI. 813. 019, 1038, 401, 2U2,
.151, 971, 28'.'. 283. ail, 711, ISJif, 2711, 1091, UH3, ?lv',7,
Part .V before (Irrrnbaum, .1, Nos. 313. 58,
ISM, 81 1, 1.11' i lull, 1031. 10.7). 1081. 1088, 1074, 1075,
MS' 4 . 570, 977, HVI, 10741. Iiimi, 81. 201, 1083.
I'trl .VI III fore llllur. .1. Son. Vim. 1037,
(,39587, llrtl, 11W, I8S, 1I8H, 243. 170.1, 1100, 1102,
4.18 , 64 . 771, 1211. 1210, 1220, 1221, 1222, 1221, 1227,
1228, 1211. 121.8. 1209.
Pari M il before lie ,nie!es. J .N'os. 2157,
724, 877, Mil. 1417, 371, 708. 1128. 1171. 381, 841, U3,
WI4. 318',, WW. I His. mil, H 82, USi. U89,
HOI. Itol. iim, lllll. '
Part .Will Ilefore Krlanirrr. J lnnuet No.
I18. nay ralenilai .Vim. I HI), ll(3, Iim, 844,
UM, 899, iUt, lit. 1029, 507!, KJS. 1891, lltl!
J for V.
Jum a tllglit dip, rorrerl lie p.ire.
EARL & WILSON
SHIRTS SI so AND MORE
1183. 1170. "12ll. I.'UI, 1201, 1205, 1208, 1207, 1212,
1213. 1211. 1213
Surroitate s Court hampers before 1 owler.
S -llalrs of Convielo Dowaffer UticlieM of
Manchester. Ilarr A. Ilorntuiir. nl lu.-'m A. M,
Wills for piohale William M. Mnekln. Mnrif.irct
I. Selieerer, (leoree Co. Charles Mi-Donnelly,
ileorce Murp'i), .lames llui'linnan. Hurry I ( Iti -man.
Ilenr linker. Cnarltj A. Wlllielm, at 10.30
Trial Term befnir Cohalan. S. -Kstalea of
John Poster. Julia Jl. Wrsteutt. Coiilistril wills
Nos. 2941. 2037. 2U78 21IVI. at 1II:.HI . M.
City Court Special Term Part I before
Srlimuek, .1. Court opens at lo A M. Mnlloin.
Pari II before Donnelly. J. Court opens at
to A. .t. K pane mailers.
Trial Term Port I before (ireen, J.- No.
122.1. 1233. 12.17. 123.1, 12 HI, 844. TO IW.V Mill, 1213,
1284. U85 12f.il. 1270, 1272. 1273. 1274 317. IfJi. KM.
4M, 721. 517. .Tirrjij. IXt, 11C3 1179. 11M. 4t8lli.
512. .'W 1152 Kll .Ml 1197. 515. 1231. 1119. 44W.
1275. 1271. 1277. I27S. 12711. 1281). 12M. 1282. 12V1.
Part II.- before Me.Woy. J. .Sunn rauses
Nos, 48.V1, 4S4I. 4ir.'8. 4HT2, 49110. 4fO. 49911. .1728.
4.V.7, 49.'4, 4911. 4VV1. 4781. I03. 412.1, 4149. 477S.
4131. 111, 4MI. 4939, 4943. 49H, '. 1951, 4951.
4.W2. 4972, 4IW2, 49M. 4I"V1. 4991, 49IC, 4WI13, 4IH1.
4'.m, 41817, 41190. .'.Ill, 5UU3, 5004. 4C93. 4418. 4313,
4.SA-,. 4911. 4M23. 4ir.'.S.
Part III befoie t.a I'elra. J. '
Part IV Ilefore l.jneli. J.
Part V llebue I'lnelUe, J.
Part VI. -before O'Dnirr. CJ.
Part VII Ilefore Delenanty. J
Part VIII. Ilefore .Smith. .(.
Causes to be wnt from Part I, lo Tarn III.,
IV., V.. VI.. VII and VIII. for lrl.il.
KIM.S I ot'NTV
Supreme Court Appellate I)Mlon, Second
nep.irlmcnl - Court opens al 1 P. M. Jeuks. p. J,
Thomas, Carr, Vt ooilH.iril, lllih, J.I Motion
calendar In re City of New York, to acquire
rerlaln linds In the village of Mount Kleo.
parcel No. 1; tang Island Italboad Co is Jones;
Smith vs Kxrehlor Ilrruliur Co. Downer s Sus
nian; In re brookhu bar Asorl.nlon: People is
Collins; People vs I.oiuretiixll: In re llrooklyn
bar Assorlatlnn; t.ubasli s .slcmund; l.uOash
i Slirmund lle.illv Co: Ilulterly s Deerlnc!
Central New Knel.irul Hallway Co is Morrison:
(rnlte N Hudson: lllnlelen s Srli.iefer; People
s Swllsky. People vs Karpel, People s Mich
onel; People .vs Sli;smundl: ltller -s Frosi,
llolirlniter is Campiull, Central New Pnirland
Hallway Co is Morrison: People vs I)e Jevi.
Armstead vs Peherl, North III vcr Perry Co -s
County Clerk of Dockland county nud William
McCauley; . earson vs Heed: Meerolr vs Williams,
In re Mmmnns and others, to acquire lands. Ac ,
for Hill View Iteserxolr. section I, parcel No .1.
I.und vs barren Manufacturing Co: Cramp vs
Dady; berker vs Mrintkhrlm: Kerruson is Town
of LewUtioro: Slcm is Owens; Dotirozemsky vs
Mllliken bros. Catlerson is (lair Co; De Ullo
vs Cnilerhlll brick Co: lirlhben is Hastlnrs
Homes Co: Knlehts of P Ihias IHers; srhmlilt
vs llrennan; Marlln vs Martin: Slrlireehl. Jr . vs
Slehreeht: Heynolds ts Townsend: Calholle
Porelitn Mission Society of America v Oussani
Maltz is Wrtitrhester County llrewlnu Co, Hires
vs sea (7ale Association, bowman vs Seaman,
Kaplan vs llerk; VIntrkr vs Kessler: I'eabo.y
is Kent; Wltlen vs Wltlen; Wood vs llofmann;
Wlnne vs Murphv; Meyer vs Huston: Wlnne vs
Murphy, In re Van Doren and Merrltt: Koell
hoffer vs Hlllebrand; Haekcr is Hacker; Parrlsh
vs nehrl: People vs Itappa; Shaw vs Shaw
Schwann vs Williams; Anderson is Knoliloeh
O'llehlr vs Central New Pncland Hallway Co
Supreme Conn Appellate Division Second
Judicial Department before Jenks, PJ .Thomas
Carr. Woodward nnd lllch. JJ Court opens at
1 o'clock I' M Dsy calendar Nos 281. jfti. 328.
32S, 3:9. 11.1, 313 341, 315, 317. 348, 319. SMI, 351. 333
334 . 333 . 357 3 381. 302 313. :l, 318 , 307. 3CS, M9.
372. 373. 374. 373. 376, 377. 378,
Supreme Court Special Term before Ihitnam
J Court opins at 10 A M l.ltleated nioilon.
Supreme-Court St-eclal Term and Chambers
Court opens at 111 M Ilefore Putnam. .1
Motions Ilefore blaekmar. .1 V. parte mailers,
Suiireme Court Special Term '1 rials -Heroic
Kapper. J Court opens al 10 , M Day cal
endar -Nos 2387. 2133. 2S39. 2831, 2.T29, 2399, MV.
2s33. 2311, 2S4S. 2(11. 2039, 1988, 2371, 2CU2. 2280,
Ilefore Hlaclmar. .1 Nos. 26SS-9, 28S0, 2733-1.
2733. 2738, 2738-41. 2712-3. 2731
Supreme Couri Trial Term -Court opens at
10 A. M. Day calendar Nor oni, 84.16, 2175.
7r11-7ftrt. 2411. 1381-1385. 4921. 490, 3118. 5443.
(WW. 7Bi)3 . 3937 . 2054 , 5713 . 5.H.). 1230. 3348, 5371.
3379. MM, Mil. 3821, 5827. V.28. M137-5C3S. 5C48.
58111, 585I..V112. SflSa 'Jtt, UM. 5878. 3170. 5882,
3183. 583, f.V7. 1193. 11IW, 57111. 5701. 5702. S7l,
6710, 5714. 5715. 3721. 6727, 5730. The fOllOWlnK
causes If marked ready will lie pasted for Ihe day
No cause will be set down for n day upon this
call Nos, 3733, 5738, 6742. 5711, 5748-3747, 371.
3731. f..W, .8A20, 9132. 8753. 87H. 8V.2. 8525, H414.
MJ1, 3810. 3.HO-.VMI 5318 , 3311. 12S9, 51S1. 3119.
Mil, .Villi, 49'H. 1172 1915. IMI-I83S lo 412 CC'S.
1819. 4O0, 4732. 4181. W9.4rt70. 4192, 4178 . 3331
21V,, 1771, II2S, 11J8, 1074. Sl.1. 674. 6719 S75D
5753. 5738. 3737 , 5712. 6713. 178I 3788 5719. 5771.
Highest number teached on regular call. 5771
supreme 1 our' 'irlil "lerm Part Uefure
Asptnall, J Court opens at in A M rriniuiu
calendar people James Ca-..ldy and Irank
Supreme Court Tr'al Term Par' I II before
Crane, ,1 tourl opens al 10 A M Criminal
calendar people v Vlncen.-o lovino. asslt.
People John J Pallon alt estor. People s
Samuel rrl"dnittii, lo Sei iuH P I. rce stin gds
People vs Hu-e Cordon A rdwi"rd H lleric. rrd
leny. People s Isaac Heder. alls- Isriel itader.
tee ftln gils, people vs s.inlo &lind.inlet assp.
People s Joseph llongioxt. rob, asslt. People ss
Alferl 1,'enardo. a-sit. People is Donlnl( k con'a,
asslt People s Hclglllo MtavaellU A Anlonlo
Vlol-t. ahsll; People w Uweo Kenriis. fori:
County Court Criminal Port 1 before Dike.
.1 Court opens at 10 A M Kenreili llallo.'k.
rape A ftsst, sieplieu Cuir.111. .lames WoisU,
.lonn McCnrthi, assp, jueo iireggo, ree uln
Kds; Ceome I' Hoseiibluni, i:rd Ircny. Anlonlo
Henlello, grd licny; Dumlulrk PeuMibeue, 1 red
Perl II Ilefore Paw i J Joseph Mlrebuan
rec llu gds; saMtlu t'cbll. Aniliony Dorl-laua,
true name Aniliony DrlsUun, Dannio Aleanilro,
asb; Hihso Tallarlco, u.-Mi; pasituale Poratnco.
alt sell cocaine.
Part III before Tlernan. J Isaac (ierman,
Herman lyvv. Daild Warbllnsky (rrd Irruj :
(leorge !,awietue. asslt. Hman berger. Isaac
Herman. Herman l.eiy. crd Inny John Cusky
ast.it Harry Josien. urd Ircny. ticurw-c I'ergusuu.
County Court Part IV before (Irani. J
Court ourns at III V M "ll calendar Vos
IS78, 171, 1612. 2343, lun, lulu, lull, l.lll, B81.
1838-1857. 'Ihe following causes f answered
ready will be passed for ihe diy N'os l.s5, 1879.
18Vi, 1871, t9U8. 1842, 1912, 1913, 1911. 1915 Highest
number reached on reyular calendar .No 1H3
Surrogate's Court before Ketchnrn, S (ourt
opens at 10 A M. In Ihe Hall of Hecords, second
tloor Calendar The wills of Catherine Cor
coran. (Hilda d'aiiss, Anna Donovan, I red Moesier.
I, A Kimball. M C Howland, Mlrhtel Salvlun and
P Hlekey The Bttmlulsirallon of llargareltia
barber Aerouutlug In ihe estate of It P IjiIk.
Honora Douoghue. John Mattern. John V
.Murphy, Sophie Pfliolumn, Jitary MeUermott,
Thou lllgglus, T .1 (iallaghrr, J D llrroz, Josiph
NotoMrh and Susan C .Wkun. The estates of
Win Knott, J II Mitchell, I, u Mime, Clarence
Congers, Daniel Hunyoii, Archibald young and
Matilda Ilelllt Conlesied calendar The wills
of Mary Slmpsun, Henry WcK Lorett Meallo.
Amelia burres, Carl Sturreck and Antonio
Supreme Court Trial Term Court opens and
ralendar called In Pan I at 10 A M belore
Van Hlclen. J Nos. 138.8, 873. 120. 111). 912, IMS.
BBS, 987, Ml, 970, 1171, 973, 974, iSH, The following
causes If marked revly will be passed for Ihfl
tlay. No cause will be set for a day on this call -Nos.
977, H7S. 979, NlS, 438. 192. 121,5. 1451, 881, 110,
11, 982, 933. OS I, IA3, CS8, U87, 1188, 989, 9UI. (rjl,
Highest number reached on U10 general ralen
dar Is Vll.
Supreme Court Special Term for Trials
Couit opens and calendar called In Pan II. at
10 A. M. before Clark, J. Nos Ml. 497, 490, 600,
512. 614. 518, 508, 625. 626, 527, 441. 237, Highest
number reached Is 527.
County Court- Criminal Term Court opens
and calendar called at 10 A.M Ilefore Humph
rey, J. Nos. 3430. 3599, 7,(410, 3282.
Supreme Court by Justice Seabun Mead v
Cosiello. William Luslgarten; l-angstadicr va
OtTrnberg, Albert P. Massey, I'm her h brown,
Frederick c lubuscheri (illberl is Siltz.
Townsend Morgan; (!ruy, Jr., v Peck, Henry
by Justice Ncwburger.-Mailer of (Slcer,
Itudolph A. Sellgman; W'elnstelu vs Clsney,
Isltlor Conn; Schlels&nrr vs Cautwell, Onirics
by Juitlee (Ireenbaum, Matter of Tyrrell,
Supreme Court by Justice Nevcburger
Flschel Wclnlratih vs Halm H. I.upowlu. Jacob
(irrentleld: Julie M. M (irant a John 11. Ilasklna
Unlaid, Harnett llerger.
nEIITHIMTIli:, 27lh St.. Madison Ave.
n,Bn , 1ni,.lCinil 4-.SII
.lohn I'.. Kellerd
A- All hlr 4l.
All b'way A 3iih Si. l reninrs at 8:30.
uvw matinkb evr.nv dav at aao.
a' A 111 an fi lalfikflM ai mm m.m m
KAintT o ArKIUAN HUNT
While we've made much of
the more striking of our new
Such as the Shetlands with
Scotch plaid backs
We haven't forgotten the
more dignified kind.
The "regular" overcoats of
dark oxford and black with
From substantial friezes at
$18 and $20 to silk-lined
imported Montagnacs at $75,
we're well equipped.
Were you motoring yes
terday? Then you noticed any
number of ladies wearing our
We appreciate the compli
ment and are glad we've such
quantities of these smart,
roomy garments now so
popular for both "the world
and his wife."
For the Horse Show
Evening clothes at a mo
Carriage liveries; motor
Rookrs Peet Company,
Thrfe Braadway Storat
t at at
Warn : 1JU St. U th St
Het. V S. Pat. Off.
Best for health and comfort, it is most
agreeable to wear and in the highest
potiible degree hygienic. Greatly luperior in all
respects to any other lin:n meih underwear.
High-class dealers everywhere.
Wrltt lr booklet Mail Mtmplt.
SCHLICHTEN RAMIE COMPANY
473 Broome Street New York
requires more than nn archi
tect -more than just plans and
Employ an expert engi
neering organization that will
make your factory a machine
to produce profits.
My modern methods will
Henil for nt book "How f!rtiwn
llullds." Mil personal rails unlets
uu request them hut km in
book. It eiplalns.
John G. Brown
426 VVitherspoon Bidg.,
lo-night al M. hoenlgsklodcr. l'arrar,
fvoursuo luruuii, t tiroin, joru. itoniz, lllllur.
Hels. Conductor, Herlt.
lues, at H. l'Mla.-( bli ago Opera Co. Ham
let, rppllll, Clsuerus; THta HuBn litebutl,
Huberdeuu. Scott, Warners', .Nlcoliy (Jen'l 11 us,
l)b , Catiipanlnl.
lied, at H. Double mil! (av. Itusllrana
and I'agllacrl. Destlnn, llorl, Ducbeue; Ca
niKo, Uarllu, Amalo. (illly. Coml., Polaero
'I bars, at H, l'auat. l'arrar, Uaubourg:
Jorn. ltolhler, (illly Conductor Sturanl
Krl, at H, Manon 1-etcaut. llorl, Ducliene:
Caruso. Seottl, Segurola, Conductor, Polaeco.
Nat. at 3. Magic l lute. Destlnn, parka (debutl,
Homer. Allen: blezalt, ljinUow (debut), (iorllz,
(irlswold. Helaa. Conductor. Hertz.
Next Weekt Mon. at 8:15. (ilrl of (he Cnlden
nrst, Destlnn: Caruso, Amato, (illly, Ilelss,
Segurola, Coml. Holaeco.
hahdUa.v piano i si:d,
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A BIG HIT
Dontlit FAIMaNKS In
HAWTHORNE It till U. S. 1.
fiRANnop-1IO -2:,Ht..S Av, Mat. WedSS-Snc
nunifuiuKhe Klnc-Tbe Wall Street (ilrl.
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SOCIPTY OP NKW VOHK.
JOSEF STIMNSKY M. roK.
Thuri. Nov. al at Mils, Frl. Kor, aa at a:ao.
(Ilia I'lrst Appearaneol
Supplrmenu'y Subscriptions and sin He tickets
now al Hot OITlce. I'elU I'. I.elfrh, Mcr.
TO-MOllltOW. (Tlir'.M.i API'. AT a.
KIIIST VIOLIN HKCITAt, by
Seata now on sale, at llo OrBce.
Chlekerlnt Piano, Management It, n, Johnston,
LAND SHOW Sfte
10 a. m. to II D. m. Daily and Sundaya to Dec. 1st
fRIZE SOIL PI0DUCTS, attb. iim,. Hhs. Pokil
kslunborn'i tirckMira Twlcs Pal If adraitalaa tta.
Murray HI". Kva. S IS. Uat.Today. burleinue,
R. H. Macy Co.' Attraction Arc Thalr Low Prices.
Russian and Norwegian
Collection of Beautiful Pieces
Every piece of Sterling Silver, the Enamel or Gold
Plate, as the case may be, being laid over the solid
The Russian Enamel is in variegated colors in
mosaic-like design that is characteristic. Flowers,
birds, etc., are the bubjects. The brilliant barbaric
colors would seem from written description to clash
witfnone another, but anyone who has ever seen the
real Russian Enamel knows how rich and harmonious
is the effect.
The Norwegian Enamel, on the other hand, is in
soft pastel shades in solid colors. The finish is ex
tremely brilliant and shimmering. It is of a style
more especially suited to spoons, forks and flatware.
Tea Spoons and Open Salts
Macy't price is $2.49.
.tfacy'i prlct teas ii.ii to U.96.
Noruxilan end Ruuitn Enamtl
Jelly Spoons Sugar Tongs
Magazine Cutter Salt Cellars
Macy's price is $9.74.
Macy't price tr $10.89 to H4.&9.
Norueiian and Russian Enamel
Bon Bon Dishes
Coffee Cup and Saucers
Cream Pitchers Case with 6
Macy's price is $19.89.
Macy's pilce uas $22.49 to $19.79.
Aft at 2
Cvf. at K
Stlnltll.nlnir setles of .Sew Spectacles.
EST SEATS AT MATINEES $1.00
WIHTFR BlRnFV ? ami so.h. iuic'e
l l'sl Matinee Ihuisday llest Seats ll.in
WEBER & FIELDS' ALL STAR STOCK CA
4lih..lust V of ll'way THIIPCJ tVF
(Jivnlna Performance InUKO.LYL,
ROLY POLY a"euer" WITHOUT THE UW
BOX OFFICE SALE OPENS TO-DAY, 9 A.M.
I'lrst Mat, Sat Hcl' Mal.s. Thuis. tc Sat
liM"s. Iiv ft 1o" I'vs s'H Mals.Wed 4 Rat,
THE RED PETTICOAT "'slEI:!:.
t'nu&ual and ttooil Helen I-owell a lilt, rirst
nliht a distinct succeas." -I.a rence Hearner,
.11IT1IKI'. IIIF.4.. .19. nr. U'y Mais l'rl.4 Saf
iliilir DIIC0CI I 'C OH i:ntllsti i'omrdy Co.
RnniL HUoolLL O-siie Stoops to Conquer."
I VRir '-d, West of Il'a Ihcs. s 00
n Mnt, wed. Sat A Tiinksrlv'c 2
FAVERSHAM'S JULIUS CAESAR-
last lur links Mr ruvrishani, I rank Kcr'njn,
Trone I'omci' c'uller Urlllsli, Hiss Julie Opp
1M111VM InHCUCR CIV B E
I'UsVV IX TtSHN,
Mailne niton's lb.. "0 l.ei Ilv a v
'veds.isat :'5uln''" READY MONEY
i si I VI,. Il'v vim l- s l Mis i'.i . -sel
THE MERRY COUNTESS
William Collier's COMI'lil. Uti I ofllway
l'aVliniliE lull, I' of ll'Kai l.rs s:ll.
rLAinUUOC M.lls -ihurs end Ssi
"-'itV''1 LITTLE MISS IROWN
Kill I aPK'st ll'way & St) I h Si Kirs aju
fi akbns" s Uan Ul.
d .V Sat 1 vo.
l-aslWcelt'IhlsTlieu. Our WillRC "Htillen
it Week, rptown. UUl WIIB5 Kolker
Mori .Nov 25 -vSIMdNK In "Ine I'aper Chase
nruTIIDV Thea ilAlliAv I'lioueairtCol.
CENTURY ; S- s 10 Me., Wed A
REVISINB THE DAUGHTER
THE PRICES OF HEAVEN
DOWNWARD ihe MHi.ooo
25C tl $1,50 1 I'lerre l-tt Spectacle.
IITTLF THEATRE W.VST
ANATOL 8N0W WHITE
I ery l.ve at a 45. i:ery Aft, Kirepi
Sal Mai. at 2:30. . Saluiday at s.3u.
Sclinllrler's , A Kolr-rale I'lay
Nallrlc t onied v. 1 I or blldrcn,
I 7I riasklasi7 West 43d St. Ilvs. at
i Matinees Weil, A Sat I' ll.
WITHIN THE LAW
1', S. ItOlrrri
and Water Jump.
A dtalsslon !.
ll'way k 14th St
Itobrrt T. Halnea, Gertrude
Vanderbllt A (ien, Woorr,
Hen Levy. Marlon Uurray,
ll'ay A St.
;th av. A20Nt.
TOM lll'.NHV IS,
WISH ft CO. I UIXKY
Sidney Die and othera.
Lasky'a Utile I'arlsenne. Vera
Ul.lil..nn U,ji IF..!. . i ..
l-irtille CHIT, oilier.
Dally Vials. 25c,
14 A 1,1, NTAK ATf4
Curtain l;5 ft 7:4.1.
Uill CM Pi, I vi AT.
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in f fcsvaihsi.funni Seeley. -eIU A Calre.
W )'y Mm. 21-Wlc. IIMymoRtl ft t'avrrly, others
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aV heats In the MmZW
sav two upper CsaW
Dally Vals.35 A 14)0. I I ACTS
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A SCRAPE 0' THE PENftft
Magazine Cutters Sugar
Tongs Whipped Cream
Ladles Napkin Rings
Macy's price is $4.96.
Macy's price uas $5.94 to $9.S9.
Nortceilan and Russian Enamel
Bon Bon Dishes
Case with 6 Coffee Spoons
Case with Jelly Spoons
" Macy's price is $13.74.
Macy's prlct uas $16.49 to $I9.S9.
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LYCEUM u r,t :ih S1 Kve. S'30 Sharp,
a. I WEWn viats Thurs. A Sal. J.20
Miss BILLIE BURKE Vnik,..
BARRICsf 3,Mh St . ar. irway. lives. BM.
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Last Week Here. Next Week I'ark.
A RICH MAN'S SON
II' .las. Coihes "li I horua l.adj" A "rh
Author or Traiellna Salesman. "
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MFRB MAM A new comedy by
i . ! I Aufiistns Thomas
SPKCL4L MATK. TITS., WI'D. Fl.
n ort'y.' ' MR St XMAS ANQEL
ArTi:it.Ot).s UM,, Seata .Now.
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kin Wed. A Sal. Wed. Mats. UK to (I. CO
THE CELESTIAL LAUGHING NOVELTY
HUDSON JV". 'h. St. h'va. 815 Sharp,
n uri'i ro,
A sat. at ::i&
PARK.Il,.n s.1 clrcle. lives. .I5
runrvvii, r.t ASai j.i.'.Wed Vli.5ootol.50
uhirs i., me irooo oiu way world.
PIXI.KY A5 I.VDKHS
IT'S A BIG
NEW AMSTERDAM Wed. Vlat. 60c. lo 11.50.
I ran'. I.eliar's Muslc.il Ituiname,
THE COUNT OF LUXEMBOURG
LIIERTY y vl111"1,.. ;15- Mats. Wed.
tT I ril
by A mold Hen
nett A Kduard
HMCKKRHOCkl-R, ll'way A Mth St,
I'.ves, at :15 Mnilnees Weil. A Sat. 2'15.
the l.asi Word In Musical 4 ornrdy
OH! OH! DELPHINE
I vs. h.lS.Wtsl.Mat. rop.rrlcr,.KM'.-SI,SU
OilFTV t Broadway A 4lli St lives. 8:15.
! viats. wed. sal, nl J:l3.
A Hcream Irons
Next Matlnea Wed. 2:16.
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MISS STARR IRIUiJHS,,sJ!DBiT4.Tc
tn THIC C Or BKC'KT.
REMILIC Evenlni. at 1:19.
U llllani Kllloiiand David Heiasconret.al
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I HOUAN'N TITAN 111
I MICMOItlAI. HKNKFIT I
Tlcketa Heady To day at llox (iffloa.
I'rlcea 6Bc. 81, 8I.60, u. 83 A 85.
niironS,.. BURLESQUE 1X1
I'hone. Main Ism
UHAWiYjnrlLSJl Bul Ba.
IQTKLM A N l M RHT A VH A NTH.
14th Street, near Fourth Avenue.
A Three Days' Musical Festival
will be inaugurated in the Wanamaker Auditorium
today, in celebration of the
Twelfth Anniversary of the Opening of
The John Wanamaker Piano Store
in New York
and as a tribute to the artists whose hearty co-operdtion has
made possible the nationally known Wanamaker Concerts
Concerts Each Day at 2 o'clock
Auditorium, First Gallery, New Building.
Formerly A. T. Stewart (k Co.
Broadway, Fourth Avenue, Eighth to Tenth Street
A Price Event In
Women's Ready-to-Wear Clothes
To mark the presentation of the history of this
industry, the Wanamaker Store has assembled, with the
co-operation of the important manufacturers in the city,
a collection of garments, some of which we present
today, at notable prices.
This store had the first choice:
Coats, finest models, $27.50,
$35, $45, regularly $50 to $85
These coats are made of the
finest imported cloths, some of
which are worth $8.50 yard.
There are fine vicunas, mix
tures and novelty cloths, made
up into mantles on the long
straight lines which are the
fashion. They will be used for
automobiling and street wear.
Tweed Overcoats f r o m
makers who have given us" the
last pieces of cloth which were
left over in their stock, and
made them up into the best of
the season's models.
There are three grades: $20
coats, regularly $30 to $35;
$30 coats, regularly $42 to $45;
$37.50 coats, regularly $50.
Sample Coats, $20 to $100,
regularly $40 to $200 after
noon and evening coats of
velour brocades, charmeuse and
broadcloth some with fur.
Coats, $25 to $75, regularly
$50 to $150 from the best
known coat maker in New
York. They are made of
tweed and the finest velour de
laine, which is as soft as silk
to the touch.
Afternoon and Evening
Gowns no group of gowns
could show more clearly the
talent of New York makers to
adapt Paris ideas.
Cushions, Table Covers, Couch
Covers, Portieres, Draught Screens
And Other Seasonable Things from the Upholstery Store
Cushions lounging cush
ions covered with cretonnes,
silks and other textures not
too fine for use, $1.50 to $5.
Leather-covered cushions for
library or man's room, $4.50
Fine French tapestry and
brocade-covered cushions for
the drawing-room, $4 to $75.
Lace and embroidery boudoir
pillows, $4.50 up.
Table Covers and Scarfs
in the -warm, bright colorings
and textures that make a win
ter room cheery velour table
covers in red, brown or green,
edged with gold galoon, $4.75 1
up. Scarfs, $2.25 up.
Tapestry table covers ffom
one yard square at $1, to 2x2 J o
yards at $8.
Imported table covers of
French tapestry and brocade,
$11 to $90.
Artificial silk table covers
and scarfs, $2.50 up.
Hand-tooled and illuminated
leather table mats and covers,
35c to $6.50.
Anatomik Shoes have led thousands
to give thanks
for complete relief from all foot
In the course of time it is not
improbable that alt men, women
and children will wear Ana
tomik Shoes, the only anatomically-correct
shoes made. They
look like other shoes, but are
entirely different in principle.
In high and low styles, black,
tan and white.
$30, regularly $37.50 to $50
afternoon gowns of charmeuse
crepe meteor, mostly in dark
colors such as navy, black and
taupe. They are beautifully
made and trimmed.
$15, regularly $19.75 to $27.50
charmeuse and crepe meteor
for street and morning wear,
Evening Dresses there are
150 of these pretty evening
gowns which average a third
less than their regular price.
Too many of them to describe
in the papers. We can only
give a few examples of prices:
$29.50, regularly $50; $37.50,
regularly $60; s$50 and $55,
regularly $69 and $75.
Evening Dresses, $16.50,
regularly $25 and $27.50 for
younger women. Chiffon and
charmeuse in delicate evening
colors some with the new fish
Tailor-made Suits one of
the best suits in this lot is a
Cheruit model which has been
selling in New York at $60 and
$75, according to the material
of which it is made.
It is here today at $45.
There are splendid styles" in
practical and beautiful cloths
also at $27.50, regularly $42.50
Second floor. New Stewart Building.
Couch Covers the prettiest
of these are French Wilton
weaves in Oriental rug designs
and colors. They have the
effect of silk Persian rugs when
thrown on the couch and cost
but $9 to $13.50.
Couch covers of domestic
tapestry inwarm soft-colorings
are $2 up. ' .
Portieres French jute ve
lour portieres, made for us
abroad, are $15.50 to $35; One
color, two-color, or richly bor
dered. A variety of shades.
Artificial silk portieres, $12
Screens, Boxes and Chests
a large collection gathered
here includes every kind of
draught screen made, from a
bedroom screen of silkolinc at
$2.75, or burlap at $4.50, up
to illuminated leather, at $60.
Taborets of oak and other
woods, $1.50 up
Utility boxes, $1.85 up.
Cedar chests, $8.25 to $32.50.
Third Gallery, New Building.
We are the exclusive dis
tributors of Anatomik Shoes in
New York and neighboring ter
ritory. Dr. Harlan P. Cole, the in
ventor of Anatomik Shoes, is
here every day except Satur
day, between 4 and 5 o'clock,
to advise and approve of fitting.
Men'i and Boys', Burlington Arcade
floor. New 'Building.
Women's and Qirli', Main floor, New