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THE SUN, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1912.
HIGHWAYMEN MISS $175.
Their Victim Sitt on It In Wagon
i-.k NATIONAL INSTITUTION"
Vocal and Piano Recital, "The Brides First Thanksgiving
Party," in the Auditorium. 2:30 today.
Xnw So Krirlitonp(l ns ftrnlz,
Hip Sliopmakpr, Who Took
nVfiipe in Kitclipn.
VOUCH SEARCH IX
Supposed Hiirprlnr Smashed Cob
blpr's Window, Then .1 limped
1 1 i r1i Fence.
While Mr and Mrs. Kn ilotirk Slier
tvnnil nf ..ll Miit'iin Mlvi'l
slept poundl) nl 1 nYliul. ye.steid.o
mnniliiK a lnit. stocky, dark vlrused
man scrambled up a ten root
nnd diopped into their
luck atd. .Inst then a icvolvcr shot
A few seconds later I'olUemun Voter
P. llciian. revolver In hand, ran tip
asninst (lie ten foot picket fence and
tiime to an abrupt stop. Me pulled an
electric searchllKlit from Ids pocket, ex
amined the height of the feme and the
iikIv pickets at Its top and shook hi
head as he rubbed his shins, observing,
"He never went over there."
Then Policeman llorau blew hi i
whistle. second story window In a
nclithlmi-liiK 111111?! shot up and a head
peered out anil remarked. "What's up?"
Almojt simultaneously another second
story window was raised and another
Servant l.unnv ami Patrolmen Ku
ills, Hachland and Knowlts of the Gates
avenue police station ran up breath
lessly. They were soon Joined by elchl
more polh mien from various pots who
had heard the shot and the whistle.
"Have ou pot him'.'" demanded Per
Brant l.unnv of Patrolman lloran.
"No. I haven't." said Hor.m. "He
must lie hiding In th bus-lies some place
nbout here "
By this time all the windows In the
ndlolnlns houses had been raised and
curious anil nervous people were mak
ing sundty Iiiipiirles rcKardlni; what it
was all about anyway. The dozen po
licemen on the Job kicked the shrubbery
nnd poked about In dark corners, but
mtild not discover any slsn or token of
the short young man whom they were
.searching for. At last they gave up the
search unit dlsappeaicd into the night
Tiie second story windows were closed
and all was again quiet and undlstutbed.
, At S o'clock In the morning, four hours
later, when Mrs. Sherwood's housemaid
walked Into the kitchen she came face
to face with the short and stocky young
"Don't be afraid." said he to Kmina
Itobhison "I'm your friend and I won't
Despite this nssiitance I'nima turned
and lied upstairs and burst into Mr. and
Mts. Sherwood's sleeping apartment .
cl.ilmlng. "There's a man In the house."
Mr. Sherwood slipped on a bath robe
nnd went downstnlts.
"I'm your ft lend. I'm your friend," the
young man kept lading out from the
kitchen ns Mr. Sherwood descended.
"What I found," said .Mr. Sherwood
yesterday aft. rnoon. "was a very much
frightened young Italian. He begged
. mo not to ;.-lc him up to the police.
We sat down In the kitchen and talki-d
It over for half an hour. Then I told
hint there wus nothing for me to do hut
telephone Hi.- police station, and I did."
At 10 o clock the Me.ing man was
brought bofoie .Magistrate Xautner
charged with unlawful entry and was
held In $."iH) ball until to-morrow morn-Ins-.
The Italinn gave his name as
Mark Uratr. of tl)3 Lewi? avenue. Hrook
lyn, a 'hoemaker. ;-t years of age He
had a fud wlih William Mlstretta, a
shoemaker at 357 l.i wis nenue, only a
few dws from drain's shop. Shoitly
iiefor 3 "Moil; yestniday morning
Mark head a three pound stone
through the front window of Mistretta's
"lore. Polueman H"i'an suw him nnd
VAN AUTEN HELD AS SWINDLER.
.Vers 1 orker rrratnl lo oQth for
1'iiM.liiK rtoBun (iiri'La,
Ari.tN'M, Uj.. Nov 21 -PoMtig as a
mombnr of an influential f.jmily ami de
claring that at fivij dilTerent times ho han
been prTidcnt of big coal concern?, Henry
Ames Van Allien of New York city was
arrested last night at an Atlanta club on
cliarg'-s ol Mip-.ing worthless cJiecks. The
UtPkt oomphint cornea irom Jackson,
Mich , v.-hero it U alleged that Van Auten
as president of a coal company bocured
a liip;osumatid disappeared.
Van Auien has been hero overnl days.
He spent monej freely, met prominent
P' nple and sec-nred Ui entree to a leading
Worn rrefid ,in Allien tried to tar
up some I'jpeis oi luc Kc!:nth, but was
prevented Among the pajn'r1-. was a tele
Krnin Junt received .llitig him that nsgist
otire could not b- ri-iidered jiit-t then.
The tnnssaije whs Mgned "Sister "
Vim Aiiten, who hI-o goe, bv the name
ot liarry Andrews, i cliawd with leav
Jug hail checks jn t'mcago, Detroit, Grand
jftipios nun oilier western cities.
Detectives allege Van Auten has served
In Marquet.e prison, his releaso being se
cured by prominent poonlo. After his
release he bnmo president of a coal
company at Jackson, .Mich. It is alleged
he ruined it by selling forged stock under
the nam" of Andrews
lieMden going under the name of Hurry
Andrews an Auten has also operated as
,Vv .lEItSKY NOTES.
A ffooil ?l?.i fawn, prnhatlv from the
Ornnne .MnuniilnK, nppi,irrcl In Kearney,
SudsM 4 trn lar, ltd a cliaxn nf police
nin and h' all oiei town. iHiiclnl linflf
Iri a barbel wire fenr. kii'irlicl the wind
out cf a mall bo) Jam Ancti-rann. h
crnhbrd It. tin: dually u.m captured and
takn in Ciluard Van stiac'a collar to await
Th Hoiith Orana HILib llnard of Tru
t ha nnlccil formr I'lre I'lilef i'rokr
ot Nn Vnrk in Ii.hic-i t Hih local llr it,
parttni-nt and pans on th plana now under
i iniMdtiutlnn for renrcanlilnit It on a paid
1.1I. Th board haa approprlaied J100 as
Ciokcr'a fi .
Maraarrt irlly 1
and itreli.v. waa coin.
tnlttd In ihi llurkensa
ack Jail cliarited with
ialliiB a old wnich and i haln, a diamond
rlnt, n wiihlliie rlnir, a nobl bracelet, hand
b.iR anil prune miuu)' from Mrs. Dalny An
rleraon of lllier Vale, by wlimn the slrl waa
employid. The ariklta nera ulued at i:S0,
Thnmna rtntierr. 5 yeara eld, of Anonla,
t'min . va found dylnu en tlio Penuaylvanla
tlriulil Irailci near III Market atrei-t alu
tlon, .Newark Hi- mid In- hud been struck
ty train and died In tha rity lloapltal.
MIm Rnalna rilarrntano. dnufliter of a
piuaprrnu f hncniaker. and Joseph .Spoclale
nt lioilielln Park, le.l a parade of tlfieen
oiitnmobllea to Ht. Mary' I'utliollo Church,
on Vieelnnd avenue. In llnckrnnark, wliern
the llcv. I'alher .1. K, Lambert conducted u
solemn niipllnl nine.". Th autoa tlin con.
tluuril Hie imtada to odd IV I lows Hall,
ihr a wcddlnif reception and feaat fol
f.Mlm bna M Herbert of Ilnelewnnd. who
unite scars lias bcn Hi nininm and
uprlnlendinl nf I)ulv I'lelda Hum and
Hospital for crippled OIHUIrn. h.a hroken
In and Is herself an Invalid and under i
tieaiineut at tli Post Oraduata Hospital,
Neiv U.rk. the Institution from which aha
urartiialed aa a tin n4 n,,r.. ui,. i, a ....
.i,UI... .n.n.1. ' " " " "I
nil Kept Mom.
Pashaic, Nov. 21. IMoro HtnrtlnR out
tin it dark Mrotcli of road which lomln
Irom All wood to Hlooniflc'ld Into on Satur
day night, Martin Wwt, a tlrivt-r for tho
Standard Hury Coinpntiy of llloomlleld,
coii'-oah-d a wullct I'onlaiiiln $175 under
the wuon Hi-at.
Midway Itctwecn Allwood and Rloom- j
Held a man rielztil Hid brldluof Martin's '
lorso and two others Htcpped from llm
nhado of tho trees to tho road, Otin 1
1 pointed a revolver at Mnrtin'x liead arid .
(tm.l.lltwliul hi... ml t .1... ........... .
Tho men Uien hearcheel him nnd found
lie didn't, havo a cent in Iiih ikicMh,
Much diHappointiHi. one f th highway.
men ulanped MnrtinV face and another
t.okiHj linn in tiie ribn. Then thev told
Martin to Ketlmok into hit wagon and drive
.away an flint as hi horoo would co.
' 'I'he I'ansaio police were mill HearchiliR
.mr, ,m, Wiaymen lain to-nijait, hut
I ll.lll tllnl nllll tin Ullnuu
GIBSON COOL, A3 ALWAYS,
WITH THE VERDJCT NEAR
Spends Snndny "Hpsiing I'p".
Heforc Final EvidrtK'O
Goes in To-day.
MiODi.h town, N. V., Nov. 21.- Burton
V Gibson, tho New'ork lawyer charged
witli tho murder of Mrs. Hoa Mensi-hlk
Sabo nt Clrcenwood l.ntte, July 1(1, passed
tho quietewt Sunday to-day sinco lie has
been u prisoner in (ho county jail at
Goshen. Despito the fact that his tain will
bo in tho hands of the jury within twenty
rottr hours, lie exhibited not the slightest
higns of nervousness, and ate even more
heartily than usual.
Ho conversed with jail attendants, but
said nothing about the trial. It is tho opin
ion of thon about tho jail that if he is con
victed he will go to the electric chair with
the same coolness and self-possession that
has characterized him since ho was ar
retted. Gibson had no visitors and did not even
receive a request for interviews from
newspaper men. Mrs. (iib'on is expected
to arrive at Goshen on n late train to-night
so as to bo able to see her husband in the
morning before the summing up com
mences Gibson spent the greater part of
the day In reading and, as ho remarked to
the jailer, is resting no.
Asked if his six-year-old daughter would
be brought to Goi-hot: by Mrs. Gibson, he ;
t-nia mot emphatically that she would
not Gibson has gone over all of the tes
timony given during tho five days trial,
nnd speaking as a lawyer and not as one
intereste-!, he says he cannot see where the
prosecution has made out its case, and he
believes that the jury's verdict will be
With tiie testimony of one witness the
defence will close its case short Iv after
to to-morrow morning ami Kob'ert H
I'lder. attormy for the defence, will begin
GAME DOESN'T PERTURB BUTLER.
o KiniiUlnna nrenntr of I'rnter
nllr Pool hull, llr ua.
President Nicholas Murray Hutler of
t'olumb'a University is not the least er
turbed over tho fnctlthat two fraternity
elevens tlipped awuy to Van Cortlandt
Park Saturday afternoon and there played
n game of football
It was in lteij that he put a ban on the
gamo and it was three years ago that the
last football game between tho classes
was abolished Since then there has been
muttered yearnings for a revival, but
nothing actually took ulace until Satur-
I dav, when the eleven from the Phi Kappa .
oiiliu u air-i no iiiatt-u .1 juuseu if'tllll
from the Delta" t psilon fraternity and
won by 3 to (i.
There was uneasiness yesterday, but
from what President Hutler told Tin,
ht'N he does not look upon Saturday's
game with any feeling of animosity He
was asked if it wero true, as was'stated
around the campus yesterday, that the
players would be expelled.
"It is obviously false," he said
That is all he had to sav, and it may be
taken to mean that although tho ban is
on intercollegiate football at Columbia
President Hutler wouldn t bedrudge his
students a friendlv little game now and
FURLONG SAYS HE'S INNOCENT.
rbarsea Tbnt Ilia nanajhtrr Wanta
to Take Ilia Home From lllm. J
Hackeksack, .Vov. 24. Former Mag
istrate Henry .1. Furlong of Brooklyn,
who was tirrested at his home near
Hamscy last night on a Brooklyn bench
warrant charging' him with forgery, had
a conference with his lawyer In his
home to-day. Tho lawyer refused to
give his nam lo the reporter.
"I'm Innocent of this serious charge,"
said Mr. Furlong. "My daughter Kuhy
wants to take my home away from me, I
that s nil, nnd this awful charge against
mo is a frameup. I never forged my
wife's name to that deed, ns my daugh
ter charges me."
"Are you going to flcht the charge,
"I certainly will, and to the bitter
ond," was the reply. "That's why my
lawyer c.imo here to see me."
Tho daughter he referred to Is Mrs.
Ituby Devlns, wife of Htlcston Devlns,
an Instructor In carpentry In a Hrook
lyn trade school. She lives at 1025
Carroll street. Brooklyn.
CUTS THROAT FIRST DAY AT SEA.
Sinn of Whom Mtllr la Knovrn la
Mulvlrie on I.lner,
rjslio Ferdinand Rtarkey, a cabin
pasbenger on the Booth liner Christopher,
which arrived yesterday from Iirazi!
and Barbados, committed suicide by
cutting his throat with a razor on Novem
ber 17. Mr. fitarkey boarded the Chris
topher at Barbados and killed himself
on the. first day out.
Mr. Htarkoy appeared to lx about
24 years old. When he came aboard at
Ifurbailos two men accompanied him
und Htayod with him until tho Hailing
U-ll wan rung. .
The liodv wan buried nt sea nl a cVlnoL- '
V"ZTr- , , , , V
Mr. Starkey a luggage included two
trnnkH and some umallor baggug. This
will bo turned over to tho llrltisnC'onHul-
General to-day. Capt. Davios of tho
Christopher know that the young man
wu uri r.llKllsmilUU, 1)111. 118 Knew lltlln i
more nbout him.
THREE CAR ROWDIES FINED $10.
defused In Takr Their Keel From
Mrata of Klernlrd Car.
Three men, who resented being told
lo take their feet from the seats of a
Third uvenue elevated train early yes-1
tcrday. were brought Into the Tomb. ,
court atrr befo rn Mac Htrat Inn.r in
:. . ' nerorn .MOKlHtrato Houao to
IwtPtl to what Conductor Harry Taylor
md to aay
One of the rondnrr-. i.
On. nf (Via ...ll,,.l.. .
T4-'q iji-e rflrrvincr utvwi-c fn
11 3 11KC carrying StOVCS T.O
Kalamazoo to add more
... , , ,
suns 10 our aireaay aDunaanr.
Most clothiers are content
to "let the old cat die" let
their early sales eat into their
Five new patterns added
only last week; four of 'em
with the popular soft roll
The same wide range of
choice to-day as atthe sea
The same guarantee of
satisfaction or your money
Winter suits $18 to $48.
The shine lasts 1
Enamel shoes, $5, $6 and
Everything men and boys
Rogers Peet Company,
Three Broadway Store
at at at
Warren it. 13th t. 34th it.
net. U. S. P. Of.
Has in itself combined all the good
qualities of wool, silk, flax and cotton,
but hit none cf thtir faults. It ii vastly suprrior
to any othrr linen mesh underclothing. High
class dealers eerywhere.
Wiilt far keokltt tat MMmpltB.
SCHLICHTEN RAMIE COMPANY
473 Broome Street New York
J for 23
Jut a Micht dip, correct tte apaoo.
EARL & WILSON
SHIRTS 1 so AND MORE
c,r.o. rati ay tiii:atkf.
M. UWriHn li'wayftasdSt.
3 MIIM:rs Till WKKK.
WMI.. TUCKS.- SKT. 2 :IS.
Til .W'snliil,. Hit ,, ,l yrar
ASlUrl "'way, list I n. S:15. s Matinees
al Rll! UIT O''J F.iinitKS in
H UIU III!
HAWTHORNE Df till U. S. L
OP HO. I.lSt Av Mat Wed.::ir.
",... ..... n.r .1.1,
U .it, KTenlara at I:mT
"II tt CT1DD TDIIIUDUC" ItRAD ANT
KIHIS. IIIU s. fx SRI. I M,
pi i tin wmnn iniumrno n. v.critio.
WAV I II
IB TIIR CASE Of MECKT.
REPU1LIC Ueii Kvenlnrs at 8:1a. Mata.
,r,, ..7,, SLlWed.. ihurs. A Sat.
U llllani i:illntt and David Heiateo areatnt
Valerie lleritere. Joe Welch
n Inwr Mi Cay, !enaro A Hal
wniiin u. jvnv,r UlCav A-,-'
ley," A leias Woolni,- 4c.
ll'n.iy it Kid Ml
7111 , 4 l.'O.Sl.
I llil llelasco's -The Druma
I White 4 Perry, othera.
Tom Wise ft Co . Maude laim
V,"1 Kmet Hall, Itoonej- ft
Pent, Florence Tempest, otbs.
Dally Mills. I'ic
i Ictor Monre. Hock & Fulton.
'Tom Terrlns ft en . Harry
Fox, Mllleralilpslalera. others.
Ill II I Ell )!'
- " aal' 3 i!-
U AMMPRQTCIM'C I HOLIDAY WKIOK.
n " 17 BIG ACTS
- . - r.r. MrTV,M..u,.T jrr
rV - if JL' i"21Vli:J.hir":s"1
tmK. A SCRAPE 0 THE PEN
wwiiwrt. U flfc rCH
The three were Abe nosenfeld.
17 years old, of 406 Hast 110th street:
.Sam Winkler, 17 yours, of 211 Kast 103d
street, and Albert Applebatun, 16, of 68
leant lOIUli street,
"They got on ut 100th atreet," began
tho conductor, "and wouldn't take tholr
feet down, V'hen we got to the bridge,
they wanted to ride back and wouldn't
tako their feet down. 1 got a brakeman
m hnin m
Thev took tlmlr fe.t Hnn m. u
' 5 ...
, ceomcd. Ki
i diction to ol
uiuuon 10 ni
1113 ach tir
acb had a different contra-
offor and were therefore lined
' .. ' wfaioue,
CLOTHING, FURNISHINGS AND HATS
WOTL M1W, BOH AND OHtLDBlll
Reason With Us
Men would get more for their money if they would
not permit themselves to be misled by Clothing
that seems cheap, but out of which no one can
get long wear or service.
A Suit or an Overcoat of our kind will outwear
any of the ordinary kinds and will look well
during the whole life of the garment.
We have a large business in Suits and Overcoats
at $35.00 to $50.00. For that very reason we
can the better supply men who want clothes
at' from $15.00 to $30.00.
Don't get the impression that you cannot find
here at all times unusual assortments of moderate-priced
And everything worth while in Furnishings for
Men and Boys.
BROWNING, KING & CO.
llroadway & Sixth Avenue, between 3lt and 32nd Streeti.
Cooper Square opposite 5th Street
Brooklyn: Fulton at OeKalb Are.
WEBER & FIELDS' ALL STAR STOCK CO.
lth,Just W. of Il'way. Kv 8 11. Mats.Thur..Sal
u:.l' THE SUN DONERS
ulth r.KUKIIK . MONItOK.
BUSH IF. W V.N.N. IIAKItr FIMIKK.
CASINO, B'y A SB. KvC'IH. Alals W-d A Sal
I sSI FOl ll HEKKS
Kitra Mat. TUB aiCBBV finilUTrr
Thsntviu ins nicnni muukina
I.Iir-TF.ST MIMH'Al.llll OKTIIK YIIAH
HALT'S. IV V A SO. Kv 8'I.V Mais. We.l. A- Sst
William Collier's COMKM'. atst. I!. of il'way
Kves. 8 15. Mat CiUUW'r riBPT Blau
To-morrow n. ii. rnnni o rinoi rLHI
WEST END. 135th W nf 8th Ave. Ms'sWed
A lluttrrft) on the Hhret, with 1hur A
Lewis waller A Jiadce Tllherailie Sal
Tom'w I'.ve Mr Wal'er as Lover ami Ijiuter
OITItA iiot si:.
SHU St. and 8ih Ave.
Ets. M. 1 5. Mats. Wed. A' Sat.
"Keeps audience shiv-1 "Big, smash- THOIISANiK
ering with delight." ig success." - ' ""i5 w ,
-De Foe. World. Klttuber, Times. TURNEO AWAY !
" Big scenes net
audience rneenng i
Reamer, Sun. I
"Rousing Melodrama." Herald.
PRICES 25c. TO $1.50 500
NEW TIIKK'N LEADINIi 'IHEA1RES.
CMBIRC ll'uay A 40th St l'.cs at 810.
Thurs. A Sal ut '."to.
:i Mai.. 'I his Week
Writ., I hurs.. Sat,
NAZIMOVA L':.";;rn,. Billi Donna
We.t 15th St live IM Sharp
Mats. Thurs. A Sal ; :o
Miss BILLIE BURKE We
in I hi: mind
FA IN I f.IIII..
AlBHIfsIf 35th St
ll'wav Kves. 8 M.
Thurs. A Sat 2:1.1
ajawniWIV ii,,,. rU
:i Slat.. I his ttrrL
Weil., Ihurs., Sat.
JOHN MASON lViri:,irA,,,K,:llv
Mat Wed ,
Uill I Lnlwn 44 si Thurs A Sat , 20.
.1 Mils. Ilils nf.l Weil.. Thur...
WHAT ill 5 VnilO A New Farre
I irs I ps.asw iwv i
by Unpen llufhra.
UIRRIst '-'' hi Hv". Matinees
nnnnia Thanusitlvlne A Sat. j:is
lintiiNMMi ro-NHiiir a i :'jb.
Cllt TflH'Oth St W uf B'y. Kc Mats.
rllklHIIvr, A Sat. Wed Mat SfhMoSliO
BBiBt The Yellnw Jacket
UlinCnH 4 4 th St . V.. of Il'way. t:es. 8:15.
nUUSUII Mat, Thanksgivlnr 4 Sat. 2:15.
THE HI6H ROAD
If 59th St. A Cot Circle. I'.e. 8:15.
rAni Mats. Wed., 1 hurs. A Sat. 2:13.
asais in." . re. r. ,-u., .iiurs. m I.SI.
I AST a Rlfty yiV't nM byJamea
Wl:I!K " sp wn rorbes.
NEW AMSTERDAM Mats. Wed.rbiirs.A Sat.
.'I Man. This Week-Wed.. Thura. at Hat.
i-'raur lhar'a Musical Itomance
COUNT OF LUXEMIOURB
I IDCDTV W. 13d St. Kves. 8:15. Mata. Wed.
LlDtKI I Thurs.ASat. Wed. Mat C0c.toSI.50.
n Vats. This Week. 'Wert., ihura. Sat.
by Arnold Ben
nett A Kdwaril
KNICUr.rtHOCKr.il, il'way A SSth St.
U Mata This Week. Wed., lhara. Sal.
I he lst Word In Musical Corned).
OH1 OHI DELPHINE
Xtra Mat. Thanksilrtni. Seats Now.
Tl'way A 49th St. Evcnlnra ':15
Mais, wen., rnun. ft Nat. 2:15
Kvea. at 8iO.
Mats. Wed.. Thura. A Sat. 2:15
THK LAD) or Till: SUPPIIIt
Ta-nlaht at HtlK. Illrl of tha liolden
West. Destlan: CaruM. Anialo, (lllly, Dldur,
Ketss, Seturola. Conductor. Polacro.
Wasl. al Mil 5. TroTatorc. Itappold, Ho
mer: Sletak, Araalo. Rossi. Conil., Hturanl.
Tburs. (ihanksM'g.l, Mat. at 1. Farilfal.
Frenistad; llurrlan. Well, Wllherapoon, Uo
rlti, lllushaiv, Ilnlss. Conductor. Hertz.
Thars. Krc. at HilS. Boherae. Ilorl, Allen;
Caruso, Gllly, Dldur. Hea-urnla, Cinil., I'olaoco,
FtI. at 8. Koenlaaklnder, Farrar, Itohcaon;
Jorn, fiorlti, ltelsa, Dldur. Conductor, Hern.
Hal. at 2. inutile mil. Ilaensel und llretel,
Allen, Maltfeld: Kelsa, (lorlta. Cond , Iterlr,
I'aallarcl. Ilorl; Caruso. Seoul. Cond., I'olarco.
Nai t Week t Man. at 8. Maclo Flule. Desllnn,
Parks, Homer, Allen: Sleaab, Inkow, (Jorlu,
(Irlawold, Itelas. Cond.. Hertz.
HAMDMAN PIANO IISF.D.
LAND SHOW SSeS?
IJisl week- in a.m. to II p ni. Dally to Dec. ut
PHI7.K SOU. PKODIIITTN, Cattle. Skerp,
Unas. Poultry. Kaltenborn'a Orchestra anri n.
lusiraled lectures. ISIbcrt llahbard l.ecturea
sosiaTt a m is p. sa. nai i nouaewivea ueafua
. uc.imjt num. wv, nu siAiraa,
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R. I. KNOWLES
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PLAYHOUSE t?,h-,:- of Kvrs. a 15.
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42d, West of Il'way . Kves. 8 00.
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FAVERSHAM'S JULIUS CAESAR
Cast Includes Mr. Faerliam, Frank Keenan,
Tyrone Power, Fuller Melllsh, MLss Julie Opp.
HI IIKFI.FV 1lli:TltK, 41th St. A 5th' Ave.
TO-Nlfllir First I'erformnner THE ROAD
"III AHCADY, by Kdlih Sessions Tupper, Pro
itureil hy Sidney ltoenfeld under the auspices
of the .S'allunal Federation of Theatre Clubs
EX III A MATINEE
I adrlae vou to nee
"A Thriller." Press
ORCHESTRA SEATS AT $1
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Mats. HianksirMne Day ln,t Saturday, :
THE PAPEB CHA8E a,
The l.tebler Co, sioo,
um PriHluctlon of the '
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WOMAN'S I ITANII! I
Ausplies uf Theatrical Manasers Ann.
Seats at llux (lIBcc PrUes Joe. upwards
neryFe at s.45
Sst Mat. "ill,
Thy for Children Mon.Tues.Wed,
Tlmrs rrl 3 ?i A Sat, ll A. M.
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WITHIN THE LAW
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Flltsr PIANO ItFCITAI, UY
lleethoyeri, Schumann. Chopin, raianlnl. Uut, ,
Strausvtiodonaky. Knabe Piano.
Tlcketa at lloi Office. ' Mgl U n! Johnston.
Carnegla Hall. TO-NIUIIT at :30.
and 1'UI.I, OUCIIFisTltA.
Tlclteu, l no, 11,50, 2oo, ss.ao, on aale at Hall.
OPERA TICKET OFFICE,
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OLD IIOMK WKSCar
With AL REEVES
14th Streti. aer Fenrtk Aieiue.
Formerly A. T. Stewart As Co.
Broadway, Fouitli Avenue, Eighth to Tenth Street.
Paris-Preferred Fashions Adapted by
Famous American Dressmaker
$30 to $125, regularly $60 to $262
Callot, Pau' Poiret, Drecoll, and the famous cou
turier to mondaines Martial et Armand, speak very
pla'nly n these new gowns for afternoon and evening.
Their inspiration has newly
come from Paris. The rich vel
vets and brocaded silks and chif
fons translate the Paris ideas
in the proper spirit. Because
of our all New York exposition
this foremost American dress
maker has out of the materials
in the workroom prepared for
us a collection of unduplicated
Each one will be sold for half
or less than half the price of
earlier models of similar quality.
A gown of chantilly lace with
strass embroidery and a great
flashing rhinestone rose, is a
beautiful combination of soft
creamy color and scintillating
Old gold embroidery on black
chiffon makes a distinguished
Pale blue and ruby gown
draped on simple artistic lines
is a vivid reminder of Poiret.
Men's Redleaf Topcoats From
The Fashionable Town and Country Occrcoa' Which the
John Wanamaer Store Has the Privilege of
Exclusive Selling in New York
REDLEAF TOPCOATS are
the evolution of decades of
effort to produce the ideal over
garment for men of affairs who
find their recreation in riding to
hounds, cub-hunting, grouse
shooting, motoring and golfing.
They sit lightly upon a man,
respecting his muscles.
They are for fair days or foul.
Not more than four of a
Of such materials as these ax Redleaf Topcoats made
Duffle hand -loomed in the North of Ireland, woven of good
wool with its natural qualities retained.
Shetlands woven from the wool of the hardy sheep that
browse in the Highlands of Scotland; the resulting cloth is tena
cious, with a soft nap.
Homespuns the very word breathes thoroughness; slow,
careful weaving by hand; of pure wool, home-dyed yarns, closely
The Exclusive Redleaf Topcoat Styles.
AINTREE the late King Edward'i
favorite coat single-breaited, $40,
$42; double-breasted $50, $55
GUARDS inspired by the riding coat
of the King's Life Guards single
breasted, $45, $50; double-breasted,
HENDON large, roomy motoring
BALMACAAN a perfect sporting
coat. $45. $50
DRESS BALMACAAN the West
End evening coat, $60
BROOKLANDS heavy motoring
coats. $55. $60
INVERNESS quickly thrown on and
Redleaf Topcoats for Women.
AINTREE mannishly tailored, in
blue, olive heather mixtures, brown,
heliotrope, white or green; single
breasted, $40; double-breasted, $55
INVERNESS cape effect, $50
BALMACAAN loose hanging raglan,
From the same makers we have also brought over for men
The SUNNINGDALE Golf Coat, pronounced by leading
British golfers to be the best golf coat yet produced; expanding
pleats giving the wearer perfect freedom in any position.
NORFOLK COATS with trousers, $30; with breeches, $35.
Burlington Arcade floor, New Building.
Exhibit .of Paintings in the
The paintings of fourteen great artists of six different
nationalities are now on exhibition in the Wanamaker
All are modern with one exception.
This is the original portrait of Princess Sophie, daugh
ter of Louis XV., done by the great eighteenth century
court painter, Francois Hubert Drouais, whose paintings
of the ladies of the old French court are as famous as
Natticr's. This picture is valued at $12,500.
Georde I nnri . Amirtr-an nA
one of the greatest landscape
painters of modem time.
Represented by his exquisite
landscape, "Evening," valued
Elizabeth Gardner, American,
wife of the famous painter,
Bouguereau. Represented by
"The Lily," valued at $1,750.
Martin Rico, Spanish, pupil of
Meissonier. Represented by
"A Venetian Scene," valued
J. G. Brown, English. Presi
dent of the American Water
Color Society for several
years. Represented by
"Stendyjack," valued at $800.
Antonio Torres, Spanish. Pu
pil of the Julian Academy, and
a young artist of great talent.
"Ideal Figure "voImI cati
Thomas Moron, English by
Much mieht be aairl nf
uvaumui Jlkiuica, CHCI4
one of them by a famoua artUt whose paintings are
ought by museums and collectors all over the world.
. . ghth QaUery, Maw Building.
Afternoon dresses of chiffon
velvet recall the beauty of
This Watteau figured silk,
that iillcul green satin, have the
perfect touch of Callot.
Blue charmeuse opalescent
in the shadows of its drapery
recalls the dainty grace of
This gown embroidered with
jet, that exquisite biscuit colored
satin, the lavender chiffon with
wide flowered border, the debu
tante frocks each one has the
cachet of Paris.
A drapery, an ornament, a
sleeve, a train the signs are
easily read by the under
standing. It secr.r curiously appropriate
that for this week of Thanks
giving holiday gatherings we
should be able to secure the
finest of the season's dresses.
Second floor, New Stewart Building.
pattern ave blue and oxford;
of some patterns but one.
The cloths of which they are
made cannot be counterfeited
to sell at a cheap price.
The style cannot be success
fully copied in cheaper fabrics.
The colorings are strangers
to our yarns and the color
blending is beyond us.
We do not take the time re
quired to do either well.
CROXDALE for oil weathers. $30
ALLENSMERE button through
street coat, $30
OXLEY double-breasted, heavy, $30,
ARLINGTON single-breasted, $35,
CHESTER double-breasted, very
smart, $35, $40
RAGLAN single or double-breasted,
GLANSON motoring ulstera, 40 to
52 inches long, unlined, $35 to $55;
fleece-lined, $35 to $60; detachable
leather-lined, $50 to $70
VEST CAPE shooting and golfing
ALTCAR double - breasted, semi
CONDUIT raglan, for all purposes,
RAINAWAY for Inclement days, $30
birth, but Academician of the
Pennsylvania Academy of
Fine Arts nnd President of
the New York Art Guitd.
Represented by "Yellowstone
Falls." valued at $800.
Tony Robert-Flcury, French.
Pupil of Dclarochc. "Ideal
Head." valued ot $300.
Francois Auguste Bonheur,
French. Son and pupil of
Raymond Bonheur. "Sheep,"
valued at $700.
E. P. Berne-Bellecour.French.
"Outpost." valued ot $450.
Louis Moeller, American. "The
Right Flavor," valued at $275.
Jose Welas, German. "Land,
scape," valued at $900.
J. Sherrewltx, Hollander.
"Milking Time," valued Ai
H. Van Der Weele, Hollander
oneep," valued at $800.
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