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.WORKS BY MODERN
.. MASTERS ON VIEW
Sculptures by Itodln nnd Cnn-
vnscs of Itonoir nml Whist
ler for Auction.
r.il..ir. ...ill nnillnlm nharnlv the
djllectlon of modern art now on vlmv In
the Anderson Galleries, preparatory to
sate on next Thursday nnd Friday, for
,1 .. r- . nnnli Tlrutln.
jn iv ore vMwyiva
1V1.I!.. . .l flnviritnt whnjlA VA1U6B
Have "an upward tendency," Besides
i!ie there are canvimea by men well
Ifnown In England, headed by Sir Will
lim Orpen who, so far aa American
auctions are concerned, ore unknown
quantities Tho pictures camo from sev
dral owners, amontr whom aro 12. 9. UN
iban, tho cstato of tho late Mrs, John
If. Carroll, and tho estate of tho lato
The ncnolrs Inclmln thlrty-thrco oil
fetches nnd three drawhifrs In charcoal,
the sketches are small, swift notations
of models and landscapes. The draw
Ifcgs are larger and full of tho Henolr
cAwllty. They wcro purchased nine
years ago In Paris, It Is said, by n col
ifctor, who obtained them from a
oman friend to whom Henolr had
There aro two marbles by Jiodln.
Jespalr" and '.'live." Tlie "Dropalr."
nMiuddled fiKurc' half burled In tho un
!' -wn rock, has all tho subtle qualities
II at are ho hard to define but which r.ll
tl e world recognizes as "Jiodln." ,
The two Whistlers arc seascape, dono
nl Pourvllli", France. Tliey would be
rilled thumb-box nketchcs wcro they lo
ut leftcr artist, but they have nil tho
bjcadlh that Is expected from Whistler,
sirgent Is reprcbented by two of his
dishing water colors of Venice. Tho
tcjuchea are put on unerringly. Two
waiter colors by Fred Mayor, who Is not
will known here, challenge Mr. Sargent'u
lit summarlness of execution nnd breadth
of offect. His two rca vlewa nro.clever
Irldted. Sir William Orpen's contribu
tions aro carefully considered works of
ah. One Is of himself nnd his model
iUtlng In the studio before tho great
window that has already figured In somo
or his pictures. Tho other picture ls nn
attractive portrait of Sllsa Wilson.
1 Other English paintings that will
nrcuso attention nre "Old Invorlochy,"
it gloomy but strong production by D.
T Cameron; n group of clever figure
pkces by Harrington Mann, a landscapo
With cuplds a la Titian by Charles Sims,
a Kfeslre portrait by William Strang.
"The Beggar Maid" by tho Illustrator,
Maurice Grolftenhagcn. and canvases by
,i S. Hartvlck. Philip Conrad, W. 15. E.
liinken and Prof. Gerald Molra.
In the collection the American school
holds Its own. Among the native works
e scvCral by tho lato Frederic Item
Inston. One of his is the "Bean Pot,"
ah ominous htudy, In which prisoners
III a Mexican patio are drawing beans
from a pot to decide which I to face the
firing squad, stamttnr with rifles nearby.
There aro a4eo several of lUmlngton's
drawings. A landscape by George Ill
ness show a tho cool green Interior of a
wood In "Keen Valley," and by Chase
them Is a beach scene, probably painted
Other contributors aro Jervls McEn
tej, Abraham Vnn HtrlJ, Troyon, J. 0,
IJtuwn, Iioudln, Ieonard Ochtman,
Itonlngton, Wyant, E. L. Henry, Grol
leron, NerneOJelltcour, John Leech and
Charles If, Miller.
DUBLIN RAIDS NET
SINN FEIN CHIEFS
Seven Councilmen Among
Prisoners Rounded Up.
Duiimn, Jan. 31. Many Sinn Fein
leaden were arrested in n hip round up
at 4 o'clock thin morning. Thoy wero
taken to nn unrevealcd destination.
Seven of tho nowly elected members
or tho Municipal Council wero nmong
thoBO nrrested, Tho military nlono ear
ned out the mid.
Tim wire of one of tho men arrested
wbh Informej that tho warrant for tho
arrest would be rend when tho prltoner
waa taken to tho barracks.
Johcph McGwth. Blnn Foln Member
of tho Houso of Commons for tho Bt.
James Division of Dublin, also was ar
rested. Among tho members of the Municipal
Council arrested wero lawless nnd
Qrcnnan. Michael Collins, for whom tho
pollco havo been searching' for some
time, was taken Into custody. Tho houso
of Alderman McOnrry waa searched dur
ing Ills absence and his brother-in-law,
named Henderson, nrrcatrd.
Tho prisoners wero taken In lorries to
the barracks. Moro than twenty of the
arrested men wero placed In Mountjoy
About forty Sinn Felners were de
tained to-day by tho police and mllllui's
In various districts of Mnnster.
Tho new Lord Mayor, Tom Kelly, who
Is In Wormwood Scrubbs prison, will
not bo compelled to take any oatli and
It Is one of tho humors of tho situation
that, under tho charter of. Charles I, he
becomes nominally n captain In the
British army. Alderman Cosgrove
probably will bo appointed to fill the
Lord Mayoralty as Kelly's deputy while
ho Is In prison.
comploted In the United States District
Court here to-day- It embraces six
farmers, one grain dealer, one cattle
buyer, two produce dealers, n grocer
and a manager of a farmer's cooperative
While most of the defendants scat
tered to their homes an soon as court
adjourned tho chief engineers or the
trial elected to "remain In Grand Itaplds
on tho Job," as Senator Newberry ex
pressed It. Attorneys for ,tho defence
arranged for numeroun conferences and
Frank C. Dallcy, special prosecutor,
said tie would work on the address
which ha expects to make to the Jury'
ss tho opening statement of the prose
Fit for any King!
the Great American
World famous lux
ury springs, too!
$30, $35, $40
Now on display
OSTERMOOR & CO.
110 EMZAUKTII 8T. I 1
and ins BUYf nisi IilockLong.
munis a ni'iunu
London", Jnn. 31. Advices from
Trrlnnd tn-ilnv Mow that tho constnbu-
Inrv nml thn mllllnrv detained twenty-
five men this morning under charge! of
violation of tho Dcrcnso ,r tun llentm
Act In Counties Limerick, Clans nnd
NEWBERRY JURY COMPLETED.
Proei!ulop iJnlley Will Open III
Case To-morrmv .Morning.
Grand TUrins, Mich.. Jan. 31. The
Jury which !c to decide, the guilt or
lnnocenco of the 12," defendants In the
Newberry election conspiracy trial was
Merle's Rooms Inc.
ICS E. KCth St. nnd 150. 1M K. 126th .St.
New York's Lament Auction Salesrooms.
Tuesday & Wednesday, 10:30 A. M.
Artistic Cabinet Made
Upright Pianos, Buhl Cabinet,
Period Furniture, in
Ivory. Walnut, Mahoiany and Birds')
Mnnln TlnoRcane, Itnll Top Desks, Ward
robes. Itevolvlnr Chairs, HulTnts, Crystal
and China Closets, Dlnlne Chairs, Mahoc
any and Cano Twin Chamber Suit, Ueddlns,
Fine Livinn Room Furniture,
Persian & Domestic Rugs
Goods on exhibition Monday Until 0 P. M.
OKOnOK MB RLE,
Auctioneer and Appraiser.
The Charity Ball
TUESDAY. rEntHJAltT 3, 1910.
For New York Nursery &
On Hals at I'romlncnt Hotels and I'.cstau.
rants. Or may lie procured from
Daniel C. Adams, Kaq,. "1 Hroadway.
Miss Florence V. Docne. 18 West 31th St,
89 Regent Street
Circumstances Alter Cases
Especially Suit Cases .
And sometimes, even bags.
Jn this instance we have altered only the prices; the values
The circumstances: one of CROSS' periodical bursts of
generosity. It enables you to purchase perfect suit cases and
bags below their value, and it affords us some little advertise
ment, A true bargain, for it is profitable to both parties.
Suit Case, Russet Cowhide, Hand
Sewn, Drill Cloth Lining
j SALE ORIGINALLY
i 24-inch $26 - $37
26-inch $29 - $42
Initials stamped without charge
Travelling Bag, Russet Cowhide,
Hand-Sewn, Check Cloth Lining
t SALE ORIGINALLY
16-inch $23 - $33.00
18-inch $24 - $34.50
20-inch $25 - $36.1)0
On Sale at Both our New York Establishments
404 Fifth Ave.
(af 37th St,)
(Opp. City Hall)
The World's Greatest Leather Stores
145 Tremont St.
89 Regent St.
Altai $c (En.
MADISON. AVENUE-mFTEl AVENUE' NEW YORK
Thirty-fourth Street ' . Thirty-fifth Street
An Extraordinary Sale of
willfl commmnieinice tomorrow (Moflnday)'5mi the
Madflsom Aveeiuie section! of the First Floor
This Sale wail afford a rare opportunity for the purchase of Ster
ling Splver Flatware and Hollow Ware (equally desirable for foomroe
use or for presentation 'purposes) at prices representing a saving
of fully one-third on the figures now being quoted on silverware
of similar weight and quality in 'the open market.
Sterfliinig Silver Flatware
modeled in a Louis Seize design of really unusual, beauty, will be
specially priced as follows:
$7.50 & 8.75
Dessert Forks . . $ fl 8.75
Dinner Forks .
Butter Spreaders .
Oyster Forks .
Steak Sets (carving knife and fork)
Sterfliflug Silver IrUofllow Ware
will be offered at special prices ranging as follows:
Fruit Bowls . . . . f each $ 1 6.
Candlesticks ' .
. each . 9.50 to 32.
. each 23.75 to 34.
. each 5.00 to 33.50
. each 7.00 to 19.75
9:30 to 6
: Store Hours (for the present)
Wert of Fifth Acnue
Are You Serious About Ystur Shopping ?
What we mean 's: Are you serious about wanting to -spend wisely or
is your remark about making each dollar do double duty only the
echo of a passing thought?
"The thing I notice about Heam customers is that very few of them
arc lookers," said a well-known newspaper man, "nearly all of them
mean bus ness. They take their shopping seriously."
And the following, under the title of. "Stores New York Can't Forget,"
appeared in the PhLadelphia Public Ledger. Of Hearn's Store the
"It is in a class by itself. Its publicity preaches in so many words."
This s Hearn's; been hero almost a century ... no fuss, no frills,
,'ust the best qualities we can get sold for the least price we can afford;
people to deal with whom you understand and who understand you
and your wants
And then this writer concludes with: "And what a fine business lhcy-do "'
We appreciate the compliment tendered us by him the more so since
he happens to be the former advertising director of two uptown com
petitors, and ought to know whereof he speaks.
This is a time for serious and sensible shopping. As Theodore Roose
velt said: "Thrift is common sense as applied to spending."
Hearn this week is offering "Dressmakers' Sales" and Interesting
Clearances that bring THRIFTY, people from far and near.
Arc ijqh serious in your shopping"! , ;
JAMES A. HEARN & SON
Fourteenth Street, Near Fifth Avenue.
, ON EXHIBITION TOMOItltOW UNTIL DA1E OP HAM'. IN
Silo s Fifth Avenue Art Galleries
40 EAST 45TH STREET
S. W. Cor. Vanderbllt Ave.,
JAMES P. SILO & SON, Auctioneers.
EXHIBITION AND SALE OF
ENGRAVINGS, PRIJMTS AND MAPS
OF OLD NEW YORK
TIIK ESTAT15 OF TIIF. MTK
JOHN N. G0LDING
THE WELL-KNOWN REAL ESTATE EXPERT
BY ORDER OF THE BANKERS TRUST CO.r EXECUTORS,
Also tho Private Collection of
MEZZOTINTS BY ARLENT EDWARDS
The property of DR. S. S. BURT, of this City
A Magnificent Assortment of
ORIENTAL RUGS & CARPETS
In all the different neatts of the Orient, from the eeritl I'nlntea of which
we bftTeftold ulnre December last, anions ulildi will be found aeternl extraor
dinary old pieces.
Sale Days, Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
Feb. 5th, 6th and 7th at 2 each day.
NOTE The 1'IUNTS and ENGUAVINGS will be Hold on 1 IIIKAV EVENIM.,
l'i;il. tith, coninicnclni; nt NSI3 o'clock.
ON VIEW TO-.MOItltOW UNTIL TIMIIOF SALE.
PLAZA ART ROOMS, INC.
5-7 EAST 59TH STREET (AT 5TH AVE.)
EWAI(I 1. O'nEILLV, Auctioneer.
AT ABSOLUTE AUCTION
A Collection of Paintings
Important Examples of the French, English, Italian
and American Schools
II Y OltHI'.lt OF
MR. A. R. BREMER,
OF TONKEKS, N, Y.
ALSO BY OltlHIIt OF
MR. WILBUR F. WAKEMAN,
,OF THIS CITY.
The following aro somo of tho artists represented.
Corot, Troyon, Von Bremen, Gerome, Dupre, Vibert, Inness,
Ryder, Martin, Twnchtman, Ranger, etc., etc.
KINDLY NOTE THE SALE SESSIONS
Friday & Saturday Afternoons,
Feb. 6 and 7, at 3 P. M. each day.
Catalogue on application. Telephone I'laza Sill, j
,. Entire Antique Collection
Mr. N. Newman of 5th Ave.
contemplating a trip abroad
To Be Sold at Public Auction
Friday and Saturday, Feb. 6 & 7, at 1 P. M. each day
at our sales naileries
88 University Place, bet. 11th & 12th Sts.
An unusually choice collection
Antique Colonial,- French, English, Spanish and Italian
In all woods and endless variety.
Aubusson Drawing Room Suite
Historical plates and platters, old Spodes, Leeds, Chelsea, Lowestoft
china, bric-a-brac, rare curios, Bohemian and English glassware,
brass fire sets, copper and Sheffield pate, bronzes, works of art, clock
sets, rare tapestries and needlework.
SoTK- .Mr. Newman has been a discrlnilnalltiE liujer of antiques for the
past twenty .tears and this sale comprises without e.stlon tho finest collection
offered in jeaM.
Exhibition This Wednesday and Thursday
Arthur Kaliski. Auctioneer
OS VIEW TOMOKIIOW
AT THE OLD GALLERIES, 13 nSS"'
(BETWEEN 5TU AND MADISON AVES.)
Estate of the late Mrs Russell Sage
I base been dlreetrd by the I'xrculors of the abote Fstate
It) SELL AT UNltESTHIC'TEO I'l'IlUC SILK THE
Antique & Modern Furniture
Oil rintingi, Engravings, Etchings, Books, Carpels, Rugs, Drtperies, China,
Silverware, Art Objects and miscellaneius Household Effects.
HEMOVEI) FltOM THE ItKSIIH'Nf i:
604 Fifth Ave., New York
Sale Days Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday
Feb. 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th at 2:30 P. M. Each Day.
Catalogues on Request. MR. C. B. CLARKE, Auctioneer.
SAMUEL MARX, Auctioneer,
Will hell bj ruhlle Auction
Friday, Feb. 6th Saturday, Feb. 7th
Commencing at 11 A. M. Each Hay
iuiuimc"" -u-. Vonnnt
115-117 West 23d Street,
JUST WEST OF OTII AVE.
tho DrODerty formerly belonging to the
Estate of AHA E. SMITH. Deceased.
Mean 8. M. & D. B. Meeker. 217 Ilsvemeycr
M it.; Brooklyn. N. Y.. attorneys.
ParIor,Library, Dining & Bedroom
En Suite and Odd Picees
China and Crystal, Bric-a-Drac. Bronzes.
Clocks. Draperies and Hangings. Bed
and Table Linen, Wearing Apparel,
Pictures. Kitchen Utensils, also
Diamond, Platinum & Gold
Decorative and Table Silverware
Oriental and Domestic
Rugs and Carpets
To which ha been added for alo
for account of the lrvlns National Bank.
An Unusual Collection of
IL urieuicu nuga
of various slid originally madn for tho
IMPERIAL RUSSIAN COURT.
ALSO BY OltDKIl OF
an Importer, lili import ample of
In Desirable Sizes and Patterns.
On Public View
Miller's Auction Rooms
And Art. Galleries
ISO LNIVEKSITY I'LACB.
N. W. t'orner 1.11 li .St.
WILL SELL BY IMMILIC AL'tTIO.V
Tuesday and Wednesday,
Knlf. ::d nml 4th. at It A. Jl
A ltH. Il AHSOHT.MKNT OF K It Y
lirraovcO from a 14 room mansion In Jin
Island, coasUtlng of
50 Persian Rugs
Kermanshahs, Sarouta, Serebenrls,
Bokharaa, Teherans, Kazaks and vari
ous others of every conceivable size
And very, fine Furniture for tbe
Parlor and Library
Paintings, Marble and Br nze Stat
uary, Cut Crystal, rare China, Carved
Ivorie?, Tiffany Pieces. Sterling and
Silver Plate. Electroliers, Jardiniere
and Pedestals, fancy Mirrors, lira
and Old Copper Pieces, Curios, Buhl
Clock Set, Upright Pianos and various
other iterrs of interest too numerous
A Rare Opportunity
For those seeking furnishings of an
J. A. MILLER, Auctioneer.
of Sales at the
Keeler Art Galleries,
12 Vesey St., 5M)
(A l'rl.ate Collection!
ON F.XHiniTION FHOM
TUESDAY. FEU. 10TU
Time of Sale will be announced later