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NIJINSRY AS FAUN
IS HIGHLY PROPER
Reports of Coming Shocks to
Broadway Tantfl Greatly
KxafjRorated.
MILK. REVALLES, XYMPH
Two Now Dancers Arc Cor
dially Welcomed in Familiar
"Les Sylphides."
WaraUv Nljlnskr presented his Im
arraanatlon of the Faun at the Manhal-
A tin Opera House lat evening. When
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mimic exposition of Debusny s tono poem
"L'Apre.. inldl d'un l'aun (after Mtephcn
jlaltarme'g poem) In Paris, tlicro wua
much excited tllscusalon. XIr. NIJtti?ky
U,l devised the action himself and
tld to hmo Justified Ills fume as tho
nioet tUrltif dancer on the stage. Much
wi therefore expected last night.
It was recalled also that when tho
Dallel was given heio at the Century
Theatre last season Ixronldn Maaslu had
the principal role and he Introduced suf
ficient of the author's daring to compel
tnO'llflcatlons at subsequent perform
mn. Just what Mr. NlJInsky himself
nlfht contrive to do In view of the poa
iwmtn of police cognizance was tho
question to bo answcreil for tho curious
The ballet Is elemental enough without
emphasis upon Us meaning, and Mr.
NljlnsVy apparently believed In lettlnc
b-sones bo bygones. He may haxo
thought that It would servo to let a
tjade be a spade without also calling It
n. At any rate there, wa' nothing
n hlf acting to bring the blusli of shame
to the cheek of modesty. Ilut It was
full ef slgnltlcanco and rich In that stc
c'al art of Mr. NlJInsky's which Is subtle
In Its Indentions and Intangiblo In Its
irs.ee.
note Revalles was the nymph last
nenlrg. a ro'.e to which her blender atid
txi'ilsltely drawn figure and Iili- UU1 In
ntu?q'i ponlng well fit he-. U may
Vj regretfully added that the plcsentu
lion of this ballet did i.ot arouse euthu
iim. It In one of the most artistic
th!r.r clcn by the company, but bo
caune neither Air. -NlJInsky nor any ono
! did apjthliK satisfying to a true
T.roadwsy tasle It wanted appreciation.
The other ballets on the prcsrammc
re "I.es Sylphldes." the "lYince Igor"
din-'J and "I'ettouWika." Mr. NIJtus'.;y
.ti.icied th title role In the last named
.id In 'he ilrM two new numbers of
t, -eii puny. Mile. Olga Hi.eAltaewa
and Mile. Marguerite I'rohnmn. made
":lr rfe.juts. Ttiey w.rn prescut'-d with
t jtn iliiners and recelvrd far mote sp
(.lajf than the mntchle-s Imwrsonatoi
ef tl. "'It'll.
MOURNINJ
I.OUSE
H AT b. (J0WN3.
WAISTS. VEILS.
ffCKWEAR. FURS
375 5th Ava.,
t 35th Si.
Itnafon I ile (IMat.
DIED.
CHEVUt ThAinas I.ir.gdou Cheney of
SwiM MauclK.ter. Conn., lu the tlilrty
Tni yfsr of liU itsi.. at Colori!o
ir!r.sr, Colorado. Oitobcr i".
:v!c.t t '.lie hou.r In South Man
rkt.tr onn.. at -:S0 l". M., I'tlda: ,
0 'ubel J. It I eapecluily legueneil
Cut a flotrer be sent. Hpclul vt.r
lj .ijuth Msnchfi'.fr on train !mvln
I iii.ini Central itxtlou. iii A. M.; re-
-mlr.g due Sev York. 1:10 P. M,
PODOK. On Octoljer H, at ths Sv York
U)li!t.. Jur.ph t:d,'lll 1 10 Jr. be
ovj huwiiu of Adkltnt Hsrpr Vcr
ini, and son of th li.tc Carullno
M'Ua ll)de end ImvU tituir: IioJc,
fiiti.rai prlile.
.UMLIN.On Ow'.ob.r iZ. at Hotel Ma.-taa !
Wuhlrjttor. Vrane-i J5acon IIu illm
l.oi of Iter, T-'Ji.Si H. I!uin:in at
Wuhtnjtsn, U. C, and mo'.h'r of III
ktrt B. und Francis, II. Iljinlln of Nw
Terlt CP-.
funtrtl icrvlctt. Tahl.igton. 1. (.. at
I'h'ireh of the Connsnt. Wednedr
morr.1i e. 11 o'cleck. Ir.'.irrnti.-. private.
Hr.MiSOV. Stefan KJ'Mion
van of I
t. liuphsnd of I.tlllin t'l. KJcldaon.
jddnVy on October L.
Funers' mikii at New York and Ns"
Jtrtty Crmatory, North Bergtn. N.
', W.dn.tday, Octoter at 3:S0
P M
EONARD. Sarah Mulsu Sullivan, wife
of h nLhop of Ohio, after a long 111
reu, at Watklns Uleli, N. V on Octo
ber i" mt.
fur.tra. tVedtiedai arternoon. Orto'atr
ii, at Trinity Cathndral, Cleveland,
Ohio 4
.IVI'.'OpTOS-. At the .-enldanct of hr
i.l . Mr-. A. r. V'll. Tuxedo i'arli, N.
T, vn i"!!1)'. on Monday tfver.l'ie. Octo
t"r :f ' H. Henrletts Ulrica Uvltig.
'nr (la'Kht.r of the late Henry
Tanir and rredul"! f'hnrlott
'.'vingjton, of rouKhke.pr(e, N. Y
fur.r.l .rvl,- 1.111 be ri.J at the
Chut.'! f. the Collegla'e Ciurch of ft.
M ho r I wait rorty-.lthth trrt,
or. Tturiiay, Ootob.r It. at 11:45. In.
trrint at Poughlteepale, N, T.
t'VPDtlt Or, Octob.r 2:. aftr a long 111-
n, Emily,
rjr.sriil i 3 P. M. Wadnetdaj at teO
W.t Thlrti.th itrt.
vl.Mi:,i On Tri'tday nft.rnoon Oetoher
"'H a' hU home, Th Pakota, 1
Wt "v-ntf-i-fnd Creet, Na" York
hy John Henry Slrn of pnu
r.unU ' :n-a rr'iat., Kindly om! flowrj.
ftKI.ntS'O Itosa CooUe.
"iriteej itie ruiipdi Church. Broadway,
ilstv lt and Slxty.eventli (Camp
t't nii!i,iigi, Wediictday, t0;30.
'l' A torn' Pond,
C.U'MitMj x Moutclalr, N. J en Ttiea
Oav rnornlnr, OJtob'r St, I91C. naiidall
'"i n. Ill Ills eeventy-tecond year.
ri.r.rH -r,,.. Wt be held at the Pint
'' 'a'lonl rhurch Montc.alr. N.
' Tnurnlay aft-rnoon StSO
' Hartford and Boston rmpeu
t 'ie opy
On Saturday, October 51, 1M,
M J'Mirre.t ttanalilLr of the
t.
' Vi Man a, fiunnns w. Thorne,
r sit er late hoine, !ien.
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ft"ir-4,, o-tnb.r me, t n
" irrlj Ht New Itochell.
'"' on rrUal of the 10:08 K. H,
Nt itt i;rand rntra! nspnt.
r'K ,i.ni. It-n-y, suddenly, at hla
i ' Liwr.nca. I.
0 ir !!. mil
I., on tiunday,
fur.n. ,rl. ei at Plfth A' enue Prea.
'It-i.an npl. Plfty.llfth atrvat and
'lh avenu., Wedneaday. IS u'cloik
"Wl li.teinient prlvat.
"r,n.Tn.rui mrui'
i wvaawa-aa
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 29th,
"ivito Your Friends, Clubs,
Jnd Other OrganizatioiiH.
PKRHUNAI-M.
"..,1" "'111 nent not atplablti idaate
'f'' on. i
MONEY TO LOAN
ON
OND A MORTGAGE
imCCT T MMtOWKtU
LAWYERS MORTtMEOO.
M Uaarty ftCll.T. 1M
OBITUARY.
RANDALL SPAULDINO.
Far Thlrtrlajht Veart ftaperlnten-
n of Mantrlalr rhoala.
MoMTCLAtn. N. J.. Oct. 24. Itandall
Hpuuldliig, superintendent of tho Mont
clalr public schools for tlilrtyelirlil jears,
died to-day at hl home. 26 Claremonl
avenue, from hardening of the arteries.
Mr. Hpnuldlng volunturlty tendered hl
teilgnatlon as school superintendent on
January I, IBIS.
lie v:is a graduate of Yul In the clnxe I
or iiO,
li s nr-t fHlucatlonal none h-i
done In Itockvllle, Conn.,
where he org.iti-
ued the high school. Mr. Sp.iuldlng whh
born In Townsend. Mass., Pcbruary 3,
1S45, the soji of David and l.ucy Clement
Hpauldlng, both of old New Knglaud
families. Mr. Hpauldlng Is survived by
his wife and one son, Raymond C.
Hpauldlng.
F. BURDETTE CYPHER,
Kant on a Tarri Ions Cnnfeetioner a
Vlellm of MhoeU.
TAimTOWN, N. V., (.let. 24. -l Uur
dette Cypher. OS jears old, ti confoJ-
tloner with more than a local reputation,
died suddenly this morning from hu.irt
uiseuee.
The circumstances of Ids
Icath were
peculiar. Ueorpe Biennis. IS yeats old,
an employee, took without permission
the automobile of a salesman who had
stopped at Cypher's tor an order and went
Joy rldlt.z, ending tip against a telegraph
pole. Cjpher got Into a cab to go to the
scene of the accident and Mas stricken
on the way.
Mr. Cypher was one of the character
of tho village. He made a specialty of
Ice cream, root beer and crnmls. Time
and time again he was offered fortunes
for Ills recipes for cool beer atid cara
mels, but he laughed ami would say
"When I die. they will die vlth m."
ELMER B. ADAMS.
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Federal Jnrlir Coined tlir
The Man IHsiher I'p."
fir. T)tt trf. Vf. :i. Judge Klmtr 1.
Ai'.ams of the Culled StuW Clr.-ult
(ourt of Appeals died hern to-night of
pmilyMu at the ge of -., He ns
"leJiep ut IiIj Milliliter home in Wood-f'.i-ck.
Vt.. mid broiigul to St. KouK
!sh Tliundny.
A'amottn phrae its'tl by lie Afierl
" public, "the mun h'gher op," was
tvlned by Judge Adatn- In l?'i3, nhen
iie wiw rliuriflm; u Jury to Ir.vestlgtile
iirtttinilliut'oli fraudr. "Look 'lot for
t'l, llttl.i i iuii. ,vho In made a toot, but
for the ma i higher up," he tatd.
.'udge Ad.tms was uppoltitcd Cnlted
Suites tdstrict Judge In St. I-ouIh In
tbii and promoted to the Appeals Court
In 1903. He presided lu Ht. louis. Pes--'Ciror
of u large private Income, Judh'u
Adi-ms was satd to have been the rlchtat
F dcral Jl'dge In the United State.".
William Ward.
Wlllium Ward, f;-.mer chief clerlt of
the ondcl n:.'ordB of tli3 Wet Point
Mliltniy Acnd-my, died yesterday r.t the
l.'Hiif of his daughter, Mrj. Jay P. Hop
kliix, l'li6 Beverly ivd. Brooklyn, H"
.iild his poIt.on at West Paint, sixty
two ytatv. oti'ceedlni; his fat'.i-r, Hryati
WatJ, lu WO and retlllt.rf III Ifl". H.i
Ifive two sons and two daUihtrs. A
brorher, Brl.-'.leii. Thomas Wurd, U. S.
A., rctlr -d. o' lloc'.uster, alto survlvts.
Walter l
Iloremna,
MuNTCAtri, N. J., Oct. 24 -Walter 1.
Noivniu.", who waa proprietor of tho
Ijoienus store started In lill by Peter
Dorcmus. hit grandfather, died to-day at
ills home. JT North Pullertou avetiu-,
from stomach trouble. Mr. Dorenius
nas a member of the board of tni-teeu
of the Central Presbyterian Church,
board of managers of the Moutclalr Sav-tntf-M
ltar.tr rr.,l Itnfird of directors of the
jjntua(r Hulldlng and Man Associa
tion. Ills wife and llvo children survive.
Mefan KJeldaen.
Stefan KJeldaen, a wealthy nuton.oblle
dealer, who was a member of a company
manufacturing automobile bodies at
Hlxty-seventh htret.; and West Knd a''e.
nue, died yesterday. Ill PJ07 he married
Mr. Goldle Mohr Wood, formerly lu tho
chorus at Weber & Plfld's, who was tho
widow of Alan W. Wood of Plttaburc
Ho was born lu Denmmk thirty-four
yeais ao.
Robert I.e.a.
Pstirsok, N. J.. Oct. 24 llobert !.ees,
aged 7S. and flftj-two years a resident
of Paterson. died je.erday In St, Jo
seph's Hospital. He w lorn In Old
ham. England, and soon after hlr arrival
in this cltv In 14 became connected
with the Kogers lo-otnotlve works. He
retired several years ago. few weeks
ago Mr and Mrs. Ies celebrated the
fiftieth anntversarj of their -acddlng.
John Henry Selmee.
Jonn Henry Sehiie. vice-president of
the North HUer .Savings Bank, died
yesterday at his home In the Dakota
apartments, 1 West Siventy-econd
gtreet. Pneumonia was the cause of the
banker's death.
NOTES OF THE SOCIAL WORLD.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Holland l'orbes are
at 27 West FIfty-secoi.d street for the
winter.
Mr. Frederick At". Moan will give a
dance at Sherry's on January 5 for her
niece, Mlrn Hay Bulklcy.
Mr. and Mrs. II. Hay Dennis have left
Five Acre Farm, their country home In
New Canaan, Conn., and are at the Wol
colt for the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Hobevt T. MeCJusty, who
paired the summer In iiieenw bh, have
returned 10 New York and t-111 be at
1000 Park avenue for the slitter.
Miss (Iretchtn Blzelow, daughter of
Aire. Laurenee ii. Pllgelow, will be mar
ried to Paul Jones Thompson to. day In
St. Mark's church, Worcetr, Mass.
Mrt. John .1, Wyong has closed Grey
tone, her villa at O.'hre Point, Newport,
and Ih now at the Plaxa before opening
her city home, I Kast Heventy-elxth
treet.
The wedding of Mlse Veronica Marie
Gouldsbury, daughter of Mr. and .Mrs.
John F. 'louldsbiiry of Pelhatn, to Fran
cis J, McClo-.h'iy will be lelebrated thit
inornliig lu HI. CatlierlnoV Church. The
bride's father was for many yeais audi
tor lu the iJepartmcut of Finance In this
city.
Dr. ami Mis. Wendell C. Phillips have 1
sent out lnvltatlops for the marriage of i
their daughter. Mli"i Helen Irving Phil-1
lip.-,, to Motiroo an Wart ! Mott,
which will take place In the chupel of
Ht, Bartholomew' Church on the after-
noon of November 4. The bride's at
tendant, will tie the Mlanes Charlotte
and l.ucla Phillips, her sisters, and Mint
Murarrtta nomt'i. ii, Henry utr.
train will act se best man.
MAUD POWELL PLAYS
WITH FINISHED ART
Distinguished Violinist Heard
in Admirable Recital at
Cort Theatre.
Maud Powell, the distinguished vlo
Ilnlit, te a recital yesterday after
noon In the Cort Theatre. Her pro
gramme comprised the A minor concerto
it Arensky, Palnt-Facnt'H sonata in D
minor for piano and violin, Heelhoven's
romania In CI, which has been quite busy
of late; the rondo from Moiart's Haffner
suite, arranged by Frltx Krelsler, and
some other numbers.
Mils Powell has not now to make an
appeal for a recognition of her gifts
and her high achievements. H'ne has
long enjoyed n position In the forefront
of her profeslon and has jtlven delight
to thoii'.inui of auditors. 1er playing .
yesteiday was noteworthy for It' mm,-1
online visor. Its teehnleal billllaiicy. Its
finish of style and Its warm Interpreta-
MfA n,,1lfl
rhe AtensWy concerto was. o' course.
ployed with piano accompaniment, mnt
a programmo i.ote conveyed tlm artist's
op'.nlon that it "vus better thus than with
the orchestra. MIh Powell Is probably ,
right, for the composition courtK Inti
macy of communication and iks f.r
dtllcacy of treatment. The SV.nt-Siicns
sonata Is a cpei'lm-ii of Iho I',m h
master's best manner and It c mta ns
o:iie admirable writing. I! wnt o.ir
'Icularly elt played. In It Mls Powell
iecelved adequate as is'.ance from V''
thur lAessei'. the planlut of tlm after
noon, who showed t'n !"h of 'e.lmlf and
'je.iuty of style.
CHAMBER MUSIC CONCERT.
Brelic and isrlali In
'leas-
Intx I'roirsinnir,
The New Wrfc Chuniber Music Soilety.
Carol) ii Bevbf, dirtctor, gae the llrt..
of Its berlee of tnree cotu-trts hifct eve
nlliR In Aeollnii Hal'.. This organisation,
wlilch wis foutnled last season, lias i.s
membcra'the following artists: Catolyn
Keelie, piano: Andre Tourret, who has
rcii'.uecd BdiierluH Orlmson, IPft lilli :
Herbert Corduan, sn-ond violin: .Sun.
Uei l.lftchey. vad.i : Hngetpert 1 ! n t i.
cello ; Wllllatit Klnc.i'jl nnd J. Iliacuo
Poll. fhites; Henri de Busnher, oboe,
Uustuve Uiiigem.s, clarinet : I'go Shvo
lli.l. bassoon; ,IoS' f 1'ranrel. I'rench
'Kirn, and Carl I lotiirt. Ii. trumpet, l'roiu
th!. ll:t of playet, eoch belns :i tiuil
"Ihii of enviable ability, are taV.n those
required lor the aferlng o' the works
given at the rti"ctl"e concerts of the
society
The pi ogjair.'i.e In Istge patt .oin
prlred woihs st trequentlj heard. Tln
afforded at one mui'ti Interest, both for
their form and their variety. They co-.-slated
of tipcln'V quintet lu C minor. ois
SI', for piano, flute, clarinet, 1'ieiieh bon
and bawoiti ; t'.ie sullo "D.irV V siy'e
snclei ," opus it, of li'lndv, fur rtmiDit,
two flutes, two violins vljla nnd cello;
t,oeffler'.i rhpody. "La Cornemuee"
ttl; iuiKptpe for tiinno, oboe und lol.i,
and KI'.ilcU's quintet In H major o-u-42,
fir p'afio, violin, clurlnet, Pi'nci
.'o. n and ello.
Tti'e works were dellveteil with tuiiqii
tfxvution on the part of til., tdayeis '.lm
performwd tluiit, and with a skill that
was lu many respects commendable
Time will no dcubt pcrrilt of n better
finish In ensemble In the vcviirral oiviiul-
jzflloi.. though tlietc seen.ed In this rc
"Ptft to Ve some ;r.ilii ovr Its, ..ork id
lut sca.im. The audb-nc. which el.oiild
havu bvn lartrer, ut fot t ie tnopr jui' t
eulbushintic.
MR. BUHLIG'S RECITAL.
rianl ar 4blllt. But of some
Ilnrdneaa In Manner.
11' nurd '.luhllg. a plur.ist w'co wa
he.i-d 1'.. New York eight seaions ago,
ae a recital jcstenlay aften.ooii , .
Aeolian Unit, 111 programme was u
mug ot.e. but It contained onl wori.s
ui dlgnltled oliaracter. It comprised
the "Prelude, Choral ct Pusrue" of Cesar
Fruncltc, trto rhapsodies, one ballad ami
an inter nerio of B-.ilim; Heethoven's
soiiniO. opus ill, ar.d live Chopin num
bers. Including the ncberno In C fbarp
minor.
Mr. Buhllg approached hlf formidable
task wltu an attitude of sincerity nholl
commendable. At ilrst In the I'runcke
music apparent nei'vounesi aided In
causing lack of repoe, but by the time
he had reached the Beethoven sonata he i
was In command of himself. I
Mr. Buhllg'a performance sutTcred
from bO;n hardness of tone In forte
pacsae. Technical ability he employed
III good measure. At times this wa of
a polished type, hut again It lacked
tlnei.se, Us Is a musician whose playing
Ik never superficial, but the enjoyment
of his hearers would be augmented If be
showed more poetry and graclous:ie!s lu
style.
Credit Bar to Anaelm nrt1.
An unfortunate error In the report of
tits irst performance of "Kulensplegel" I
by tiie H'issUii Ballet at the Manhattan
opera Mouse roonen toe muninai tnreviur
of the credit due him. The conductor was
An.-elm Ooetxl. !
If alary nedecor,
M0NTf:t.tn, Oct. 24. Miss Patient
Fowler &nedecor, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Abraham Snedecor of Montclalr
aenue, and Donald Post Halsey of
Southampton, L. I., were married to.
night In the home of the bride's parents
by the nev. Dr. Thomas Travis, pastor
of Watchung Avenue Congregational
Church. After a short wedding trip Mr.
and Mrs. Halsey will live at Hast Orange.
1. Altaian Sc Gtn.
An Extraordfliraairy Sale of
Women's TaOored Suits
(Sizes 34 to 44) now being held, presents
l&fge quantity of desiralbue Suits, comprising
more th&n twenty new Autumn styles, pJ
the special prices of ,
$24.50
(Ready-to-wear Departme., Third Floor)
alfiftlj Attrmtr. ftrtu $ork
HILL-SPEAR.
Connie Smrl on Konlhrrn Trl After
WeiMIng In M. Hril.
j Mlns Oaiollno Adllemie Slnnr, (Inudl-
ter of Mr,
mil Mr'. I'nrtiiHii tlextet
Spear of
W'eet i:tulity-l.tli street,
nwrrieii to waiter uiisries iuii .if
thin city l!Ht evening hi the Loul AVI
loom of the HI. IkrK Tin- ceremony was
performed by the Kev. Cornelius Wnelf
Itlli, pastor of tho Tlftli Avenue Bap
tist Church, beneath a bower of palms
und pink and white chrysanthemums.
The li-ldn walked to the temporary
altar with her father. She uoro a gown
of soft white HRtln trimmed with silver
Inre and finished with n long ro'irt
train. She nlso wore a veil of tulle
and carried boito.net of lilies of the
valley,
Mrs. Mniplslcn Mpenr French, slter
of the hrldo, uas (lie ma'.on f honor,
and the other attemlntitu were tne Misers
Myni Kortln and Klslr r,ui. 'J'hey worfi
costume' of yellow mid Mil.1 sutln and
tulle and carried bouquets of yellow
chrysanthemums. l.oul t'uitls. Jr., of
Ild.sion acted 1jci man. The usher
wcie Amo.- .t. Pe.tsley and llUM'Cll
Tliayer, .1-
Aftcr the rereiiion i reception as
held In tho nfillioom, Air. mid M d.
Hill started l:itrr t r tlie Sou
en their
wedding trip.
l.ri)l.l.r l.oiHlon tr'al. littp'
ihimIH, 17 .Ml. or MrttMi t wtK
nivli' rn'lu,i'i) for thf urminnkt-r
tnn' by tin I cat 1 1 tik' iiirrclmn; talliT
Cf XI)lloll.
rM?af
London
Topcoats
Men of the finest, taste in
dress prefer these coats at
$37.50 to S50 to any other
coats at any price.
There is something of the
thoroughhred in the mate
rial, the pattern, the color
ing, the cut of a REDLEAF
coat. And in the service
it will last for years, always
retaining its distinctiveness
A new lot just in.
Men's Suits
The classic fashions of the
year. Made in Wanamaker
shops, of selected fabrics, in
carefully -designed models
for all types, from the ath
letic young man to the fully
developed leisurely man of
mature years. $18.50 to $45.
Full stocks, replenished
every few days.
REDLEAF London Hats
Lincoln-Bennett Hats
Britiflh Dressing-gowns
New Stiff-cuffed Shirts
Neckties, wonderful va
riety Shoes, best leathers and
lasts
' IN THE MEN'S STORE.
Btirllnitton Arcade floor,
New Buildlnu.
John Wanamaker
Broadway at Ninth
New York
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Harnett stcntti
New nocllEt.t.K, Oct, It, Mis IStlicl
Scott, duURhler of Mr, and Mrs. ttobert
II, Scott, was inatrled to-night In hir
home, Main street, Wondaldo Park, to
Hubert Spier Hiimelt "f l'elhatn Heights,
by the l!e, Albert V, Tenney, rector
or the Priory Church, t'clhnm Manor.
The attendants were Miss Helm Scott,
sister of tin bride, and Harold Hurimtt,
brother of the bridegroom.
mar .iiiiiinau. general passenger agent of the New Jer-
DrrnoiT, Oct. I J. MIjs Ailcc Inez I sey Central Hallrond. Is assistant ser
Mllllgan, daughter of Mrs. Kvclyn King-1 vice inaluigcr of fc'cripps-Hooth.
AMfSKMUNTw.
NKW YORK'S I. K AO I Ml TIIKATRRH AMI JtWCfJKHHKR.
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SEVEN CHANCES
JOHN DREW
a
Major Pendennis
in
lingdnri MllrheM'
f'nmeilji from
Thaeaerav'a
Famous Notl
JOHN DREW
Major Pcndennli
JOHN DREW
Major Pandennla
CRITERION THEATRE
Jtiir l MrtCriPtf,
To-morrow Night
PROMPTLY at s.M.
FULTON
4l Ht. A H oar.
Mats. Ti l. K
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RAYMOND HITCHCOCK BETTY
HeM Sho In Tiixn rninii lilr.li liom
MNDOflF
CARNEGIE HALL,
57th St. and 7th Ave.
5 llliutiatfd Trael Talk.
S SUNDAY NIGHTS at 8:30
5 MONDAY MATINEES. 2:
Not 5.6' IKMro
ItOT. a-o, Ytstcnlay ami Ti.lav
M l?.n .... wtix
and 111,
W IQ tlil ..Clil'dren anil t'lnaer.
nor. is-ui, 4i y,m ,y Jti
Nor. 26-27
Dec. 3-4 (
tild l.erinuti Iohii.
A .Mllslral .lnurn.,,v
K C'araiun Jim net
'I tie hlliara ll,-., rt
CouTie Tickets, $2.50, $3, $4, $5
Male Open. I u.iiinriiH, u t. tl,
MAIL ORDERS N0W(lrl;;,.,',',1t ;".',;
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SYMPHONY
Soclttr New v -it'
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uAVKI,. V4ii..a iiulJli.'? t nuineiita.'Sj.
Holol.t
Kfrem
ZIMBALIST
Heal, al He i Ofttre, Aeolian Hall.
.NEW nrlKILM
At Carnegie Hall
Five Thursday Afternoon.
Five Saturday Evening
Srhumann-llrlnk, filuek. LeKln.ka,
Klma. .Nuiaea. ( hair Cathedral t..lohn.
eCHHI BIITIONx, f I la $il. fur either
Mrle., at Hoom Aeolian Hall.
PHILHARMONIC
.SIM'IKTVIII'NKW KIRK W
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CAltNKUIE II AM,.
Tum'w 'Thnr iK at S::iOANt lrl.Aft atx,.0
tnclndlna lat New VerW perfnrmanee
.xrntitu' mi. ai I'M'
..1 1'HUN V
TU Uft at Boi Ufflce. I'ellx T. lulled
Mcr
Came x la Hall, Sunday Eve., Oct. 29
DOSTAL
The ,
American
Tenor
ml lll.;..l.llii Artl.t..
AiHanee ale, Mnrxan llureall,
TIMK HllllllMi.
Seat. J, I.M. l, tic, .MH Do,,, u, hi;
CaltNE;ir.llAI.I., Sunday All., Mo,., T, at y,
PADEREWSKI
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1
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"at. Arr
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Aeolian Hall, Thla Aflrrnoon, at 3,
Graveure
MONO
KKCirAI.
Mt't. Antonla Sawyer, Ine. fltcinway JMano.
Aeolian Hall
Wrd. Aft., Nor. 1. t .1.
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AROMAN IIAU,. 31 WKiT 3D
CHARLOTTE atfr
UND OCT.
28
AT, EVK.
BOPRANO
Mai. J. II. Pond l.vceum nurran.
. baala av Dut URtuo. CX' JiV., Il.up.
AFOI.IAN HAM.. "AT. Air,, Ol T,
t - - ft
VIOLIN HUCITAL, iUc. to IS,
ham Mllllcnn of this city, and Clarkson
Mope, fminerly of Itoselle, N. .f., were
married thl mornlujf In tho Uast Jef
ferson .Wemio I'restiytcrlati Church.
Tho ceremony was performed by Iho
llv, .1, K. Kitchen, The brlda jvua at
teluled by JlNs Zoo Urny. She was
Klvcii away by her uncle, 1J. Howard
Itlnnhaiii. The b(t man was WlllUm
It, Meier of lhl- city, who was a college
mate of the bridegroom at Cornell. An
Informal reccpll .n followeil In tho new
home of tho t-i.i' Mid bridegroom. Mr.
It )... I.. . tl.lllt..M. , Oni,-
AMt!HKMKNTI.
NEW AMSTERDAM
. 2d M Ks. Silfl.
Mats. 1'o-ilav A Sat.
MATINEE TO-DAY AT 2:15
(inn uf At lri h nn MiIihI;
an
.Mule h' l M.MAN', I1W. I- II.jIIdii.
NewYork's Supreme Success!
.H Ihe t.'.i!' Atop ThU Th.-alr"
am. pnUAaTCThfa.,11 aj (.'1st Kts.s..;n
M. wwiinn .lnl,, IVihI 1'iip. ,V Kit.
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RUTH CHATTERTONI?lLy.
omi mi' i or i nr. kiii iir.v"
Turn-Iht!
GAIETY
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Mi, I'd lM V , .!
COHAN & HARRIS rsi!f:Ki'.v THEATRE
To-night jl
tm.
8 20
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Object Matrimony'
Mnni.nrne l.liu K Jni, Ilekert .issliaan
KNICKERBOCKER IZXiW.
Matin . rill A atiltilin VI.'..
l.'WII) IIKI -tll pr.o.Mirs llMl
WARFIELD
in THE MUSIC MASTER
Seat nnA lo. l Mekn i-rfnrinaiit'iM.
HUDSON
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THE BILTMORE
Friday Morning Musicalis
Managenieiil nf Mr. R, I'. JIHINSTnV
llran.l llatlriiti. Unlet Hill mure, at II
N'ov .1, III. Hh.'. I, l.. Jan. fi. 7u, Kelt. u. 3
I'ranee. tltla
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I'l-illlale Villain
Maria Han lenli,
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ml re. ile Seitliriile
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BALLET RUSSE
MANHATTAN ""','X .
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LAST WEEK
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MOZART S AFT. at 3.
"THE IMPRESARIO"
BASTIEN BASTIENNE'
i uo on, it ii rs i r,.i imi
liiltt IUiliiMn llttrft rU
tin 1 1 ii i tnMr;t 'mil iu ( t .uni r tliu
Only Recital in ew York
CARRENO
f arnraie Hull. Il Oel. 47, al Htl5, r,il. ut I
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THE MASQUE OF LIFEISU'
witii run; monthbh.i.i.o v hi i
JOI.IVKT HAMILTON KKVIlLl.tl.
I'OI'I'l.tK PIIU'KS, 14l'., All,-,
Aeolian ll-ill. Thura. Kia.. Nov. V. Hil.i.
Sal WILLIAM WHEELER
Tieketa tl In WK', Met. Wlnton A IJvlngstun
Rl ALT n
ThamlMOB War Plrluraa
frank Keenan. nlalalka
Orch., Bolol.li. 1 Klalio
uiwnrt.
AML'SKMh.VTri.
ll'waj'A.:.Oth HI.
Kienlnm s.
ReRlnnlni TO-MORRIIH Mdlir.
Seats am tmw ou Halri.
casino .vrivi.liaA
LINA ABARBANELL
r IIF.HT PAfINO Elaaa Ball, si
a giiiiic iv vii i in, piara aiaiia'
atRth SI. Thll .1Senlinrs 2(i.it,.-,(i. ut
TOIII ll IIHi.Trl. 17s llr.iTii-ni'w.i! -in
'ilroifihutM . Rich Man, PtmrMan
Pierrot h prodigal
MINK) T II HOI 'ft HOLT,
"ItemalnK unrhsllentfeil a thu great eteat
of Ihe season." 1 lie Times.
OOTU Thra..4..th.W.nf Ilea .llt.S:30.
1 " I'upiilar Matinee Tii-tia 'J:nn.
ASTOR
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tJ BUNKER BEAN
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With .Nino --.li. i Krt rl'U Trucvjci!.
LONGACRE
U . ik Mt, To-i.wht H ;
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West ltll xt, 11m iiIiilm s 2D,
Ml Ti il.ivl'iiti. .t Hal S JO.
rfl,iii . 0 I. .suhftatitinl .Surivti
r Mtint.,' rs lill-lt LaiiKtilnif Surres
CTaftintRn " A IKixt i;. 'J.V,.I,
oianuanu -i-o-m we ,ni,i .-.ih-,
THE CINDERELLA MAN
o n IT d r D IT l ITII ST..
0 a U U El Hi is, iiiiiKS
POPULAR MATINEE TODAY 50c. TO $1.50
Season's Sensational Success
After breaking all records in other
cities this mile-a-minute musical farce
has scored a genuine triumph in New
York and is bound to break all rec
ords for Broadway musical shows.
hem: is 7 :
WOXhKRH I.
REftHtlt IX
OTHER CITIES
or mis
;re.t misk
tsn fix mi
.SV.V The .
"Travelled the
popular success."
.T00 PKRFORMAM'KS
' IN I.OS ANr.KMN.
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170 IMvRFORMA.M IN
IN AI'STRAI.U
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BROKEX M.I.
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RECORItS IS
VITTSHVRC.
ROSTOX . I XI) O TH ER
IMPORT XT CITIES
FOR OXE ,1 VI TWO
MEEK EX Ci (1E
MEXTS SKAT S
SKI. 1. 1 XI.
s W K K K
I X
A l V X C :
EXTRA MATINEE
ELECTION DAY.
FOR .ILL aULDRI'X. FROM .S7TFV 10 .SFllW'l)
THRILLS! THRILLS!! THRILLS!!!
With Laiifhlcr end Romance in Hclivcen
AT THK
FAMOUS
PUNCH JUDY THEATRE
2jth I in.e I onight cf New York's Most )iuUr Pn
Longest Run of Any
TREASURE ISLAND
tmi'iiMin'h arrat tuy
WVVT TMPM i Mill
liivnl Ii unrlil
lnlir Mint k
IV Pi''snv . 1 M.. 7""""1 ,i,l
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Di vi'HTi hitrUa H.ipkHK. Mr llupVliis, H!ir I iHit; 'I (in M i
lllf. Ml I, HY ,;! . "ll,V'! ,,f,r,, Wariun, ,ll.-o Krlinorn an. twn ,Uu
, nl til tY-bltTl! I'liliipnn
buy yivvrs T0DA' for Friday and Saturday ma i'im.ls
1 1 nn
Pi..l im. ' I.UU
"THE BIG SHOW"
Willi VN I' V I.IIW
Morlil'. IHiue.l Mioh
al Ihe l.onr.t I'rlie.,
lll'Allllli:. hem. .iin
I M1MIA1
DDflAplWAY THUATIM'., 4 1 t A l'w,,y,
,OIUAUWAI NoAiHiilneln I'rlie.
' Al.l. THIS WIll'.K Hiclii-lic 1'r.v.eniuil nn,
CRIMPIC V V N: f InMrlni
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MyHM'rr"..Mlon
BUSHMAN BAYNE
AND JULIET"
I
ST. NICMOt AT PINK 69 WrVT 661
NOW OPEN
aOMlriON M
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Kilille Kiirft 7 l-ma. Miirlnn
K Mimrr. 'I 'hk'' Nale, ,MI.e.
C'lillllitiell. OfHl. Itellv A- I'o
Dally Mat. S&i'- land Vandrrhllt A. Mnnie
CQLUMIIA .IhTTV'if'ik.'pr'C'
HASTIN6S IIG SHOW colIn.
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Little Theatre
Violet 1'earti's L'ncoiiiiiien r'n,,,,
HUSH
TO-ntV K1 'HM.
tai.ro arj.
M KMIMIS .t f
441k tT Thea ..lul W nf II v., K.K.1 1,1
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RH'II till) V) 11,1 IIS lll.l.T'S
o t r i' t: ii i: .s i
Miiine Elllott's,;';,,.!.:0-
HBACE FIXING SI ST ER
"i:rrv mi Hood u 'Ihe Man from
llnle.' Iilotle,
Penetrating !
THE MAN WHO
CAME BACK
Playhouse;1! ,ir
YRIC
BWAY
AT
42-?ST.
AND EVERY
OAV AT
lONIQHT Kv O-OU
WILLIAM FOX
ADAUGI
Or THE
W. OI:
IVW Y.
AVitiin c
:t 8:15. AVitim c HaLv - v ' :tt M
pteseni!
HTER
Q0DS
ai OSC
INC0
"More latifzhs than in 5 averi'.ye
nmsieul comedies."
Saiif Tin; Kmn'nti Mail.
"Proved to be the fastest, funniest,
musical play produced in Xew York
in years."
I tnn'ivait.
whole route
Snis Tliv Ercnimj Tiinjnnii.
The fastest, funniest, spiciest,
brightest, girliest and most
tuneful musical show of the
century is what over 400,000
red-blooded persons have already
said of Oliver Morosco's
musical farce
new
SO LONG
LETTY
With Charlotte Greenwood,
A typical Morocco I'asl anil a l.ijj t'horu.
"Like a whizzinji bombshell full
of pep."
Suijs The fJinild.
"Better than the average music"!
entertainment."
Siii.i The TrtOnm.
"The applause was frequent ; ! -uproarious."
Snjift Tht Tiinrs.
Play .Vote on BioaJittw
mri iliani.tlHl t ( . V, rl ( ihhIih.hi
Unif lVn U.H-Ini
mum, .iuii ii Mini
M' ij NI hxTtf
Yn All llliitlle or ihe ninin
ll n Al I 1 Mml'i niiiiipi.ii. in
UNiCii?oL!1iv'nTl!;:,;',,i,.,,i;
IIHIMIKI.S AMI l'.Mr
OHTAR ''a 'I'lil t ill'"" Mirel.
Wm"1T Mai. Ililli lil, Main l'i
pi!,in. September Morning Glorie:
r.ir mi int. i '! Itli; I uiitfrt V
flOTKLM AMI HF.Vf , URANtX
j 14th Slri-el, near Fourth Avvnuc
Prince George fiou;
KHth A. ami tlth Ht
Sptdal rale to parmanent I uefta

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