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THE SUN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1913.
POLICE GET TAXI
HOLDUP MEN USED
Driver Says flnndlts Forcibly
Took It From Iflm for Rohft
& Bro. Hobbcry.
JIOXKY BOXES IX PARK
riiimffcur Told Police fnr TTnd
Been Stolen While Rnld
A little Mark laxlral) nfooH tn Hip rnin
In Ironl nf 1'olirc !frttltiUHrtrrH all day
yrfti'riliiy. It fh'ivsfd kIriih of rniif.h
iikiro. 1 hr front lamps wrre hroUcn ntnl
thHr fritim lwilrd hk tlxniRh fnim tin"
Mmi'K of a rollNinn. The window on th
Irft hldo was sliattrrrd. It wiw in that
tiiviriili, tln (wilico linlitvi that tlio thnsi
ini'ii who hold up tlio i-mplcyow of Holm
A Hm 'n iiackinc hottm on West Tliirty
(.i.ttll r.tli'1't (llovo off with ItlOO of tllP
linn's moiu'T on Wmlnwlny nicht.
IVns of lnokrn lnss dcnffod tip hy a
politctnan on Hip Wont Drivo in (Vntral
I'm I, r.irly yi'stcrday morning nlonRsidc
b timne-v Im of th" meat firm Ifd thf
polii'i- io 1.1'llcvo thi'j" have found the cat)
whh'li to'ik away Hi" holdup mii.
I tiiv c"t I In ohanlTi'iir soon aftr th
rati tt-olf as found and h trlls a story
of I wine as-aiiltod and rolitn-d of hl cnli
khorlly lvfiiro tho holdup
polii'oman oaino tifxm h' ahandond
tnvi slaiiilinc alonc-idn th Columbia
School ot .lomrialistn litiiMltiK on Vit
llfltll si rod at I .."til nVlortv osti'iday
iMoiuins Th tiuiiihor was Hll'.'i anil
th'Toworo plaios in tli" roar and front.
Hi" tail hcht had boon ut out but not
hiiiash"il us vv oro t u f i out lam w
lion Hip lii.'p of l'.'.Mh stropt
oii looktim ovor thn niaohino word
fJiiii" that Poliot'iiiMti Martin 1'inU of th
Arwnsil tohro station had found a tin
bos on the Wost Drivo oontainiiiK rp
ipiils and iiiomoranda bp.innR the mime
or IIoIip .1 Hro. .War tlio bo wprp
piiM-p- of hiosoii ilas. 'I'liPso Iip swopt up
and look thpin and tin1 box to hi- station
Iioiisp. Near tlio sot on the pst Drive
at Sixty-ninth t-treel where Kink had
made Ins tlml Detective William Forbes
(ouud imotht rof Iloho's Ikijp.1 containing
papers but no moiipr.
The car was taken down to Head-(iiarioi--
and thorp the brokpti bits of Rln.su
found in thoiluvp wcro flttpd in Hip khm
in tlio biokpu front lamps of the black
Anthony i pto. 27 year old. of 13s
WcM Tenth street, is the owner of the
taMoab. t'uriou-ly enough Ik? kepps it
at th" s,ime Washington Square Harare
vvhetire (ielle Montaill. th" first of the
taieabiobbel. drove out with his thufis
Who lobbed two bank Ilie-seiiKers of
J'.'j.non a vear ao l'rom that naraRe too
Shapiro took out his touring car that
bronchi the murderers of Iiosptithal to
Iii-set o drie thp car in Hip dnvtime.
Ten cbiv .- hro he employed Thoma- Stank
nrd. i'o yeais old, ol ML' Ue-t limth
0 rod to'ilnve tap car round town at
lilUht puliilic up odd fare- I!i eto
l'H th" police to Stankard, a Inc. stupid
appoariiiK youth, who told lin story
He -ays lie took Hip car out between
fl and 7 o'clock on Wednesday nicht.
He was ui and down Sixth avenue, he
miv- looking for farot- until about 7 t."
o'clock He wi.s then stamliiiK by his
car at Twoiity-sith street and Seventh
nieinie hen thiee men i-ame un to him
and told lain tlipy wanted to line the
ar. Thev tolil him to drive to ;;'it We-1
'Iwentv-tifih -I reel, he -ays, where they
wanted to eel a trunk Arnvl in front
of the house, Stankard says, he cot out
and walked up the -toop in front of the
llllee ill a -iidilen, he sa vs. he re-ci-ived
a blow aero the back of his
liecl, that -tunned him for a moment
As In- whirled aioimd he say- that he
Coi a chmp.-e of one ot the nien on the
driver- seal of the call and another
sianihiic on tlio ruuniiic boaid yelling
someiliiiic ai Hie driver The third man.
h" think-, had clambered in-ide H
ran down the -loop cilMnc for help a
the t.iMca'i -noileil down 'I'went v-fift li
i-ireet to,iicl Kiclith avenue, lie lo-t
siKht of ii at the corner He thinks it
Went uptow n
lie met a policeman m 'I'went v-fift h
Mrcet between Seventh and I'iclith avenue-
and to him told hi- story The
policeman directed him to the t t
Seventeenth siret station, where he
repei.ted h: complaint
I he entry i- on the blotter at the -tat ion
house all richt Statiliard. however,
couldn't show any sins of beinc hit
anywhere He i- a bic fellow and it
would tali" a heavy blow to stun him
Afler they heaid his story at lleadipiar-tir-
and col a description of the three
un n who sti.li the car, as he cays. they let
'I he police ,ne untitled tobeheVP lllo-t
of Sianl.aid's -lory I'eteclives were
looking Tor wii so- to tin' a-sault la-t
nielit ll'thi driver vva- ineollusioii with
the holdup men detective- think that he
Ulil-t have done a lot of .-lace settinc
Whoever the holdup men were they
knew a cood deal about the way that
ltoh A- I in i do biHine-s. They came
at a lime vvleti the safe was pretty full of
ia'h (h.iilcs link, a collector, and
Jtndolph llorncmaiiti were alone m the
cashier's ollico at the we-tern end of Hi"
Jiohe building at .VII West Thirty-sixth
Mi el when the holdup men walked in
on them levelling revolvers. Most of th
money ol the day had been tucked away
in the" safe, the door of which was closed
inn not locked.
One of the tobtiers climbed over the
cac" and dr ppi-d deride the two etn
pluyci'.,, whose attention waa taken up by
the man with th" tevolver outiie He
hwppt the money which was m cinvas
bags and the i wo tin boxes out of the
Mile. 1 1. nil. oil luck and with his waiting
coiiiiad" ran lor Hi" ta.Mcal. standing
iiiiistd" in cliarp' of the thud man 'Iheii
the machine dlsappe.ued in the stieet
tiafnc, v.hih th" cashier- yelled after it
It initsi have hit Minn thing on the trip
north thi'oiieh the Park, judging from t he
broki n ghiss it left along the way, though
it was still in woiking order when the
holdup iikii kit il in the shadow of Co
lombia's libiaiy some hours Intel
I'ltik and hoructnanu went to Head-
priiiors ycsteiday. tetold their stories
mid gave the police a pietty good dp.
uripiioii of the holdup m"ti
FITZHUGH QUITS VERMONT ROAD,
.Man tin I'nnlird Sonlhern ,rir
J In l ! sneorerted hy I'lininhrrlln.
St Ai.iivsh, 't , .Ian. -3 At a special
mpplitii of Un illrcctora of the Central
iiniout Uillro.nl here to-day the
ic sieu.it ion of I'll slilent I', II. Fltii
hug) v.is tendered anil aicoppii.
10. ,1. Clinmlicrlln, iresldent of the
(ir.md Trunk, was elected pmitdcnl of
Die Central to stuiccd Mr. Kltliugh,
i:-tlovi iimr II, T. Smith was elected
to t'.c ixn'iitlie committee to till Mr,
.'i:nliacli i- place there, and H, A. Chlt
leinien of St. Alhaus waa elected to Mr,
lM..liiiKh'M poiltlon as director. .Mr
l"H.hiigi was active In the extension of
tin ermont Central from t'almcr, Mass.,
to 'riivlilence, It. I the proposed now
i it known as the Southern New
NOT TILL FEB. 1st HOWEVER
PROGRESSIVES TO AID
WILSON, SAYS KENT
Faction's Bncklnpr Tltnl to Ad
McfOMBS SEES 0OVEBN0R
rhfiirninn Hints That No Plncc
in the fnbinct Will
Trr.s-iv. ,Tnn. 23 - nepre.nta'lvo
William Kent of Cnllfnrnln, a Procref
slv, said to-day that he did not doubt
that Iteprrcpntatlvpf who ars of his
pemtaslon will get behind 1'rrnldrnt
WINon for such reform ineapurrf ar
may h lntrnducd nt his Instance.
"Thorp !s no dlpoltlon on the part
of any of the Progressives In oppose
llov. Wilson," he said. "I assure you
that all the rrogrepslves are working
for the general welfare of the country
and they will .stand behind the President-elect
on that basis. I don't know
how the Progressives In the Senate, will
"While the Democratic majority In
the House 1 large It may not be so
large on questions that are vital to the
success of the Incoming administration.
That l w here Progressives' votes will be
Clnv Wilson and Mr. Kent discussed
conservation, a subjret to which the
latter has devoted much time and
thought. Me believes concrvatlon Is a
matter for Federal rather than Stat
.losephus Daniels led a degat!on of
Not th Carolinians who came to-day to
offer a summer hume In Ahevllle tn the
Wilsons. The delegation went to
Princeton first to see .Mrs. Wilson anil
hovved her views of several cottages,
any one of which the President-elect
and his family may have, Among these
pictures was one of the cottage In
which the Coventor and Mrs. Wilson
spent their honeymoon.
When th committee had presented
the .siiine arguments to the Governor
they told him that the.v had already
sem Mrs. Wilson.
"Well, then, gentlemen" he said, "I'll
hnvo to go back to Princeton to learn
where we are going"
National Chaliman McConibs con
ferred with the Governor this afternoon
and made what may be a slgnitlcant
remark as to the possibility of his be
coming a Cabinet member, lie was
told he had been proposed for rion
icsldent membership in the Metropoli
tan Chili of Washington.
"I didn't know that " he said. "I ex
pect to live in New York for the next
Gov Wilson said that he and Mr.
McComhs went over the general politi
cal situation as the latter observed it in
his recent travels, This was al-o the
.subject of a conference between the
Governor ;md .losephus Daniels, with
particular reference to the Senatorial
situation In States where the election
of Democrats Is in doubt.
The Governor Is going to Phlladel
phla in the morning to see his dentist.
Ho will not be at the State House again
until Monday. He has found a name
for the hills for the reform of New
.lerf-ey's corporation act which were
introduced in the Senate last Monday.
He call" them the "seven sisters"
WILLS AND APPRAISALS.
Kl.l7Mir.Tlt W firiTF.nAS, who dlert nt
lllistol li I left an estate of $ 1 H ft. 2 8
to her son Hanmn and her riaunhter
Ai.RXANnEn IIknrt De Haven, who was
u member of the banking linn of De Haven
& Townsend, left an estate of 1191,793, of
which fl01,2S! was his Interest In his
firm. Ills widow wan the sole benefi
ciary. Chari.fk H Dat, a member of the New
Yoik Stock llxchanite, who died on No
vember i0, 1911. Ifft an estate of $65,113,
I'nriiKiucK Ht'SE, a packing box manu
facturer and a member of the Consoll
dated Stock rixchanRe, left an estate of
J:L'3,1fi,; to his willow, nephews and nieces,
Ama.Aiiin K. Hifpham, who dleil on
February 20, IftlO. In Philadelphia, left
an estate of $160,161!, She hud debts
of $31 -Ml 3, of which SSTK.m 7 was owing
lo a brokerage llrm. She made bequests
of $(io.ooi) outright and gave her test
donee, valued at $110,000, to her son,
.Vecoidlngly the estate was Ir.suttlclent to
pay the be(uents.
.Maria C. HnFrMAN, widow of Dean
Eugene A. Hoffman, left an estate of
$'Joa, in1!. Sim died on December 21', 11)11.
Her estate went to u son, daughter and
grandchildren. She had Jewelry worth
$3S,60& and inilntlugs and furniture val
ued at $17,413. The paintings Included
Hougei eau's "Water Girl," Valued at $2,D0o,
and Stuart's "Washington," Valued at
$1,200, She owned six volumes of a
"Life of Christ," nppialsed at $600.
.losni'll J. CiI.kason, who dleil on No-veniliM-
2S, 1910, left an estate of 113.S, 941,
I which went In ninal sh.ties to his daiigh-i.-i..
...... .. ir.. ..r 1 1,. ,..,t. i ii. i... i
!. , ithhm, ..,- .,, ,'t,iiii,ii 1,(1,111, ieT
il.nit lilor, I'liiionoo .M, Pope, and the ilr
ci di nt's sons, .lot-ppli and Walter and his
daughter, Goitiinle. Tim built of Hie es
tate comprised the Gleasou tract of piop
etly In The lliniix, appraised at $lk2,ri47.
The estate Included a scat on tlio Con
holldalrd Stock i:cliange,
l.oi'is .M i i.l.K n , father of Police .Magis
trate Harry .Miller of Queens and who
for many years was one of the piopilctois
of a huge dr goods stoic In Jamaica,
left mi cstato valued at $17:1,000, He died
on August 6, 1911. Magistrate Miller Is
made ictdduury legatee and Is to receive
the homestead and Its contonts on the
death of his mother, who Is to have the
un of the entire Mtati during her 111.
R. H. Macy & Ce.'a
U W Lai Herald Square.
There are Ulsters and Ulstereltes
from England, made of warm, wooly.
fleece cloths. Amcripin-made Ulster
and Tnnel Coats made of tweeds
imported from Scotland, of warm
frieze imported from Ireland, and
of blanket cloths imported from the
weft of England.
"Chesterfield Overcoats," too, as
illustrated on the left above. Made of
American Velours and vicunas (and
some from England) in black or Ox
ford gray. These are lined through
out with' heavy pure dye silk.
These Coats are a clearance, and
therefore, there is not every si?e in
every pattern of every style. Yet
there is an excellent assortment of
Coats that, in many cases, cost more
than double anywhere else, in all sizes
from M to 46 in one or more styles.
Men's Fine Suits Reduced Prices
Knglish, Xemi-English and American models. Eor men and
voting men. A ver wide range in colorings. Good choosing at
even price in coloring and;patterns, in si?es 33 to 4o for there
are over a thousand suits.
Maci's prices uere
$19.75 and $22.50
MEA'S new NECKWEAR
Made Possible by a
Such Neckwear Elsewhere,
55c to 75c
Every Tie All Silk of Excellent Quality.
Broad open-end shape.
Reversible Four-in-hands. 134 inches wide.
Accordion-knit effects are included.
Almost every kind of weave and color combination is repre
sented in the newest and smartest effects nr.
Mas Stripes, . Cross Stripes,
' Damasse" Figures, Basket Weaves,
"Ottoman" Corded Stripes, Chister Slripcs,
Solid Colors, Hussion Cord Effects,
Wavy Inter-woven Bars, Cotitrast effects in Black,
White and Gray.
The finish is excellent: to quote a single'point in illustration
the opeii end ties are stitched on both sides of the middle section
to insure easv sliding through the collar, and are as thin and flat
as Mvill can make them.
"Elsewhere 75c" does not mean that a few onlv are included
at that sum. There are fully as many of these as there are of the
less expensive quality. in floor, .nth at., nf.r.
FIVE FARMERS VOUCH
FOR MIRACLE WHEAT
I'nstor Russell Not on Stand in
His Suit for Libel Against
Tlii mlrnciilom yield of "miracle"
wheat wns vnucliril for yesterday by
threo farmers of New Jersey and two
others teMlfylrtR before- Justice Kelby
and a Jury In the Supremo Court In
Brooklyn nn behalf of J'astor Rusell,
who Is sulm; the Kaplc for S100.000 on
the. ground that he was libelled by a
cartoon In that paper.
The cartoon represented him peddling
the so-called "miracle" wheat, while
an "Onion Rink" director from the
hank entrance besouRht the vender not
to Ko on wasting his talents but to
step Inside where he could make the
most of them.
J'astor Kutwll had not testified when
his slrio rested at 2:10 in the afternoon,
hut It was Intimated that ho mluht be
called In icbuttal. Tho llvo farmers
called expressed belief In the miracu
lous powers of tho Kraln. So Rreat was
their faith that thoy paid 6 a bushel
for It thrco years ago, they paid, ana
hail contracted to sell It back at 11.10
William D. Pray of Mansfield, N, J
hroiiRht samples of his crop alonp,
ine of these specimens showed eighty
stalks to the seed against five or six
for tho ordinary Brain. Pray sowed
half a bushel of "miracle" wheat on a
ifi'tuln aero and la less than the usual
time that acre was choked and over
flowing with the yield, ha aald, Thai
Attractions Are Their Lew Prices.
Broad way, 34th to 35 th St.
Macy's prices were $32.50, $34.75,
$38.50 and $47.50
Fifth riser, Itroadwm.
TheselCoats are our reaular xtock,
represent some of the finest
AmonQ them are Coats made by
"Burberry," of 17-19 Golden Square.
London known the world over as
makers par excellence of smart
outer-garments. A shawl-collar
model is illustrated on the rinht.
Macu's prices tcere
$29.75 and $32.50
of 696oo T
were twenty-five bushels to be tarnered,
while another one acre plot, sown with
two bushels of tho ordinary kind,
yielded but seventeen bushls.
And all this was accomplished, Pray
lnstted, without even so much 'as an
Introduction to Pastor Huy.sell, He had
bought the lively cereal from a Mr
William I. Tomllnson, a young
Quaker farmer of Kirrtw'ooi), N, J had
worked yen greater wonders with his
supply, h'e said. On ten ncres sown
under contract with Mr. Knight half
a bushel to the aero ho had grown 320
bushels, or thirty-two bushels an acre,
against twenty-one per aero where con
tract and miracle seed were alike miss.
Ing. Tho other farmers who testified
were Isaac I.. Frey of Iovver Mount
Hethel, Pa.; Frederick S, Widener of
Helvldere, X. .!.. and Henry D. Ayre of
Cleveland, Tenn. All wero linn believ
ers In miracles when It came to wheat.
Another witness who had been Inter
ested In tho cereal was Dr. Walter R.
Spill of Pittsburg, president of the
United Cemeteries Corporation of that
city. He had given J. A. Hohnet per
mission to plant the "miracle" wheat oa
the lands of the cemetery company with
the understanding that the yield was to
be donated to the Watch Tower Bible
Tract Society. I)r. Spill said that Pas
tor Ittissell had been connected with the
company, but he was not sure of his
In tho afternoon n cereallst specialist
testified for the Kanlr following which
an adjournment was taken until to-day,
llnatmnit'a Victim Out of Dancer.
Montci.aiii. N. J Jan. 23, Samuel J,
Alspack of Netv York, who was shot In
the neck by Frederick W. Stuckle, hus.
band of Mrs. Stuckle, who conducts the
Mountain House, lust night, was pro
nounced out of danger to-day at tho
Mountainside Hospital. Stuckle was
committed to the Essex county tall to.
day without ball on a chart of assault
At every turn! A bargain!
Even though our Overcoat
Sale started off at a gallop,
7500 coats don't disappear in
Most of them show savings
of $7.00, $10.00, $12.00, even
Overcoats of all sorts of
For men, big and little, fat
and thin, with special prizes
for youths from 32 to 35
For pocketbooks of all
At $30. and $40 are many
coats of a sort seldom found
While the bulk of the bar
gains are at the more popular
$15, $20 and $25.
As for fur coats
Markdowns make a furry
Savings there too.
Revisions all along the line.
Rogers Peet Company
Three Broadway Storee
at at at
Warren St 13th St. 34th St.
1ND HIS BRETHREN
I'vzti. S on the
U'pri A Sai nt -
nn tht" mtnutft
?k CENTURY THEATRE n',
Is the Most Tremendous Success
in the History of the Whole World.
TO-DAY AT 4,
lll:4. . ti.
,i::in l. M.
IIOI NK at the iiii.uki:vm
Till: Vi lli:. lnlurv Thrlrt
HulMlni. Md hi. A th Ave.
Ih. MMJCoIj. Ptimil.tt.SA li.
itti C thi:.thi:. i4n w. th ax.
LI I ILC i:u- hi', MuK.Url A Sat. n.
nth M.. I!, of B'wuv. Tel. Hrvxnt .
liVC: "w. UURETTE TAYLOR
A fat S 30. "I'es o Mr Heart."
ri TllfclaTZF Wet 4:rtSt.Kven!nrt:IS
i Matlneei Weil. A Sal. MS.
WITHIN THE LAW
CarniEl Hall To-Nlght 'at 8:30
CHARLES W. "IHK PROMOTION
OF PT.ACK IX
.seat at Ho Office,
i iuvrmr H4I.I.
JAN. 27 & 29
rvc iv SO- Mn Wril 5 30
In lll ThrlitlniT Motion Plrture Lecture,
l.tNMHMi WH.n .MMAI.S IM AFItlrt.
lrl.rl.W. tnj,.-i.tat.Mi., toll, at HaltA'I ywn's
I Bayard Vellter's 'The !!
Imnnil Dinner," Hick Tubb,
'Harry VVIIIIami, others.
ll'wai- & llth .it.
ll'a', GL'il Ht,
;th Av. & i-.'dsi.
Uacrle Clloe, Heine Davles
IReaste Wjhb, Bud Klkher,
"Uore Sinned Arattm Thin
H'nual." Hal Mepneun, othrs.
I (Ins Kdwards' "Kid Kabarel."
I.Nina Morrli. (ienaro Jc Italic)-.
Sluarl Harney, othert..
Dally Matv, 2.V
I M!tlKRSTKI"SJ.IOHN BUNNY. I.K nOUOfi
lii:ve . f-75i..I.OO. I1T NOIR. with Ilert French
flu VTINKi: i: i:uv 4 Alice i:U. Crom 4 Jo.e
1 1 DAY 35c. 4 60c. Iphlne. other lit! Acts.
5th AVE. a .112 STAR ACTS
Dally Mat Ii, SOc.l Curtain 1 and i.
SPLIT ON ABOLISHING
PORT HEALTH OFFICE
Majority of Sulzer Commlsson
Does Not Want Transfer to
Albany, Jan. 22. The members of the
Sulzer Commission of Inquiry are
divided on the question of abolishing
the Health Office of the Port of New
York, according to a report sent to
Gov, Sulzer to-night after the Investi
gation into the affairs and management
of the olllce was completed.
Chairman John N. Carlisle recom
mends to the Governor the abolition
of the office, the duties of which, he
holds, should fnll on the Federal Gov
ernment. Commissioners Belaney and Linn
favor a provision which will permit the
Health Office to increase the fees
charged for examination and fumiga
tion of vessels so as to cover the needs
of tho office.
"The volume of Immigration Is so
greut and the dangers of disease so
menacing," says the report in relation
to the attitude of Commissioners De
Innny and Linn, "that the State should
maintain the olllce,"
The majority of the commission also
points out that In tho face of Increased
Immigration from South American
ports, where yellow fever, malaria and
other contagious diseases are rum punt
all the year round, the otllco should
bt mora fully equipped to cup ilti
tha problems which will grow out of the
I fM ranama canal.
2,792 from our regular stock. Shirts that have been through
the stress of the greatest shirt season this store has known.
Good as new, but not presentable enough to carry over into our
new fiscal year, which begins next week.
With them will be put on sale 7,700 shirts from an unusually
large special purchase. Sizes 14 to 18.
10,492 Shirts, Today,
$1 to $3.50 Grades
Burlington Arcade Floor, New Dldc,.
Also Men's Shoes
$6 and $8 Shoes
Tan or black calfskin and
patent leather. Good style,
good leather and good shoe
making. Burlington Arcade Floor, New Bldg.
JOHN WAN AM AKER
A Ml Sl.MI'.N IS
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3 CAPITALS STAMP IT A SUCCESS
tlf1 MOM IIS l lIIIS
to- 1-2 MOM IIS IN IOMMIN
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Klstemaei ker'a I amous "l.a I'lambir"
I VPCIIU 4."lli SI. i. Il'uav
rtrxt Matinee To mono" ?.!
CHERRY and DORO
in- THE NEW SECRETARY
IVV1IH It KAN l llll OM.K V M'Alt At
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nn titi.i: ui' t.f -i:' it iusidsi.
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"A SMASHING HIT"!!
AnotherJMessage from Mars
The Poor Little" Rich Girl
A Play of l'art and I'ai'.ry b I'lranor (ialc.
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Start .trll-'lonH . '
tmivlr Ir.Tl)('nl MACDONALD In
'(?cr'a'.l,V.nc"r'a''rrr.r THE SPRING MAID
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OH! OH! DELPHINE
Uf't 1 vials To finr'w 4 d 2 .10.
Mill I.AI (illlM, I'l ltl'lsi:s O.M.V.
V I Atir hy
I VIII V i.t:
Matinee To morrow : :o.
iioniAiHurr.r & .sinne
The l.ady of the .Slipper.
l.n'Kt'M 1lli:1ltF. SI'KCIAI,
Xl'.Yl" MONDVV. aNo t'ebniary 3d, at 3 30.
In her Orklnal Moiiolueues,
To-night. S:K Harbleredl Kltlitla. llempel,
Martiei, Ainalo.Setui ola, rinll'orl.i. oiid., Stiiranl
Nat. at : (ilnionda. Deitnn. .Vtauenauer,
Durheue. Caruso, Ainaiu. t'o.id rolarro.
sun. i:vir Cor.iTrt .""' to l .wi Tina l.erner, pla
nMe. l ornla, Slea'... Colli' Cut On-h
Neil Jinn. M S I ale. nt lluKinann. llempel,
1'reiiiMad. Horl, Mnene, (iil'.i. Iildur. Ilothler
IteNH. Seiruinla. rnnitueinr, t'nlicco
Weit. Mat. at : l Khelncnlil, Matrenauer.
Homer, t'a.-e. IlurrWn. Well, (lorlis, lteU, Wither-t-poon,
Murphy, Ulnshavv. t'omt , Ilert?.
(led. at a i, I r.n l.ila. Ileniprl. vinttfrlit, Mae
ne. Amato, Hada, I Irene I'onil Sluranl
Thnr. at a IMgUarrl. Destlnn: Cartiw,
(illly. I'onrt.. Sluranl, pieivdert hv fur. l!u. li
ra na. (iadvkl. I)iie:ene' .Vtarilu. rond , I'olaei o.
Frl. at s- Otellii. Alila, SlenV.-, Amato. Secu
rola, Itada. I'o-id., Toseanlnt.
IIAHPVIAN IMA.Xtl USED.
sociin v ok ni:v vouk.
JOSEF STRANSKY CONDUCTOR
Tht. Atteraoon at 'Ji.lll. 'ARM:(IIK IIAI.I,.
The celebrated Contralto of Ihe Itnmburt Opera,
Ileethoven, Morart, llruch. lllch. Siraun. nerllnz,
Nf it Sundav A flernoon at :i.
Prima Donna Soprano Metropolitan Opera,
TleUelH at llo Oinre, KelK !' llfel., Mer.
HoeletN of New York
WALTER IIAMItllM'll . . . Comlnrtor
New Aeolian Hull, 34 43il St.
Nevt Siinil.i) Aft.. .Inn. '.'(I, i.t 3.
Krnet CoiikoIo .... plann
(lenrie liar re re Flute
m. ii. iunson'.s coNt-ritrs.
Sons Iteellal. IIIMNIUCII
ii:m(ai v. mis
at ttie IManu (Knahe )
rr.n. , at h.so
Ule., ll.uo. Miiira
SI'.' now l Hall
larnegle Hall. To-mnrron Aft., at a MO,
S:ml 1'IANO IIU'lTAly Itlt.M'.ST
llckela T5e.. 91 iw, SI.SO, W.im, now at Hall
ltd, WolfMihn Hurcaii. S I'I'.l.NWAl 1'IA.Ml.
Net lue. Aft., ta
KltlCH WOI.rr at the llano (STUINWAVl
Seats lie, to J.' nt Halt. Met, VVnlfnohn lluri-au.
t'arnegle Hall, Next lue. I'.ve., at Hilll,
si:t'oNi) su.u iti;oiTAi.-
( or.MtAAl) V. IIOS at the liano.
Keauat Hall or Met. Antonla Sawyer. UK It'vvay.
CiiAUtTIC v.'Ai.DHitr Airror.u
Tulitul'i "Tht t'rulli of Cnllart."
$4. and $5 Shoes
The surplus accumulations nf
a good maker. Kid, dull calf
skin, patent leather and tnn
Buttoned and laced styles.
Good size assortment.
Subway Floor, Old Building,
Mhnv 4-lrt-l III! IMH Vll lie I f lit VI I
Sfln lllla tin ir .s id .ni Nrv .stuit.ir
Sun Afi Vr "s Un."l Hintft llf hi 1, t Fr
WINTER GARDEN ,vV;l'1V1t.,;::,,rhrn;,V ''
MAT. ' AM hi i:k
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TO-DAT IIIIOVIIVVAV III I'vltlH
M .l)V Ml Itl tllMT III I.VNph Sim
WEBER& FIELDS' fy "!SLnVn"A
rit.v.vz i.t it vies i.vti si- urriii ri v
THE MAN WITH THREE WIVES
BRR1DW1Y i-vti.iv i'c v
OnUXUnHI Mallnrr t'o-mnrinwr t:,
Ihe Mll-hnl .nlrlti of the ear.
;ti)i ii t i ii .-! m hS, s
THE WOMAN OF IT
OltlMll IS'nav A.T.IIII St Men I iC
Uflainif l . . Matinee 'li.-mw at :t.i
TREHTINI in THE FIREFLY
I'npVVid Mrtilii-e- Mini .Vtoicana h Mile , ni
Vlaxlne l.tlloll'. rh.. ,",S, tirt Ify A- f.lli Va.
To-'nioMv : T -A.lSTwa.TOIj,
Itecliiiilnc Next Miinilav V rii-riionii. ilnli
nt Children's Flay
with VI Vltt.l I til t il m
William ( olll'r's rlMi:iV. iln. r nf n'm
v:.;.v; ?s fmkvs fibst puv
IflTH CT Tin ATiti ,
t:jiM nf Mm. .dii
Ml I'H-tiior nk l.i
LAUGHS WELL I GUESS?
WILLIAM COLLIER1" J.VJ;.""-
l.vrir. i?d vv nf li i ri ti:. Mat Iri.m'iv.
SAM BERNARD V..'.?0
I.lltll I UK.. Snei-lnl Vtal In., In i at :t.
LITTLE LORD FAUNTLEROY
'I IcUels iS3toT."ir at 'I .v son A (iiieinsoj IH t.,J
rLAinUUOL M.iK 'Id-in A 'lliiii. i.i
MAIIHiTTlll "'t ha Hiii m
3ltli 1 . Mil V
MAT. TO-DAY 25c. TO $1.00
wr.sr'tvth. vv of Mh w orinv unurv
i:mi i:vei8:i5 stit Tom it ntAUT MUntT
N'xt U . I he Kim .inio.it tt, Hr'en l.mir
fftM.'" COHAN'S 7,W.m.
POPULAR MAT. TO DAY $
Th Ah-olnif III! nf Hip -p.
r "BROADWAY" JONES
D AST0R Il'ivnv : th St Cie. R ID fharo.
I""1"" Vlilliliee I n.mnr'ir VV...I '. ir.
Ihe llr.iiuullc .sen.iitinn nf the I'eniurv
W 11 ton lurknte
mitr'w i if
Hi mT n "THE ISLE
ULulll I 0 DREAMS"
BFI ASCO w' 'h S. I'.venlnui 1 15
Matinees To morrow A 1 hurs ; 15.
DAVI1I Ulil.APCO prei-ents
MATINEE TO-MORROW 2:10.
DAVID IIIII.ASCO pre.-nta
A I'AIHV l'l.AV HOH liltOWN-t'l'S
By flosemonrt (ierarrt anil Maui Ire Itojianil.
COLUMBIA 2T7-,K. BURLESQUE
IRVING PLACE THEATRE
llvrry live. Ilranilt - rhrl(lan. tn Mtln
Kreunil lddy. Sat. Mat , IMmentiahl.
Murray lllll. i:v. S:15. Mat. Today. Ilurleiqut,
IHK KNIOKKIt II o t' K V. It K
IIOTKI.S AND KKSTACBANTH.
14th Street, near Fourth Arennf.
NEW VOUK Nut V.rk City.
MKRCTIANTS ANIt HaNKF.ItS'
lit SINIAS Nt'HOOL
80S Maitlnn Ave, Near Mth St
CHIROPODY "ASA VOCATION
Our Inntltutlon, rrslMrred tiy Ihe Keirenn, pre.
villi's hclentlltn tralntnir lor men and women
who wish to be chlronoitl.-ls, Thn vorallon I
V.uitti nlnt tmifllittiie, t'alainic l'le,
TEARS OF DISCRETIOII
3 Elt laBtk St.. Ntw York.