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SUN READERS OFFER
V. .1. Crawford SnrrislH S
.Miniifc Intcmils for North
anil South Vehicles.
TWO FOR CROSSTOWN
Ed wind Hutch, Jr., I'i-ch That
simps Kctiirn to Spacious
T if e.uiipnlgii wnKod by The Hon for
coiii:elloii nllif In Hie streets nnd
on the siitmit) nml "I." lime brought
forth many expressions from reader. It
In ,ill.iii'iit Hint the problem which now
It ii.KruHint; tin- .mention of city of
flol.i nml which Ii.ih hrouiclil civic or
ii zatlnti to iiRRresslve. artlvlly Is of
tin.ters.il lnlvrHt. Merc In u method of
curt' thnt Ii.im been MiKgesteil In a letter
by William .1, I'rutt font of Mrooklyns
' ' am InU'it'Kteit In the problem of
tin., i limitation In our city streets. As
i Iftary liiwtt tiftor, I realize the lin
p ! ' .1 :n- llf 'kl'i'pllIK tlllllKN IIIOVtllK.' CK
(i ,i!! uhi'tr a luliiinn of vi IiIcIcm la
c ' "ii I. If I may, I offer the follow
h i; .cm.-i'toii or plan
i in I''. flh :ieiilic Italii'ii as an e
t . i have Hie northbound ami south.
I ii I turtle iniive fm- three mliiutiH In
cu live minutes and the laxihautid
(M l ttestboiitiil tralTIc move for the two
i i alnitur minutes In etery Ave. In
tillier unrdtt. have the tirxt. seci.tiil and
thltil inlniiteH In every live minutes a.
lotliil'tii the avenue mid the fourth and
fifth mlnutex to the tdde Htieetx.
"Tin re uic many aitvan'tiiKeH In sueli
I iHtem, According to It a vehicle
tMiillliiR at the rate of fifteen miles an
hmir could R" three-quartern of a mile
(fifteen Mocks), without a stop. 'It
would ,ilo be possible- to go from
Twenty-ninth Mreet to Klf ly-nlntli street
with only two or three stops of two
minutes each, a very decided Improve
ment over present conditions. Much
time could he saved without resorting lo
tptcilliig and as a result much If not
til f the congestion could be done away
with. The traffic which would have
gathered In the side streets In the mean
time easily could pats over the avenue.
In the ttto minutes allowed for It.
Ururflt n Pedratrlsina.
"Pedestrians also would profit by this
pUu. for they would have a clear way
ef three consecutive minute on thn
ateiiue and regularly occurring oppor
tunities for crossing to the other side.
This would serve to do away with sense
leu. rush and bustle. It Is a common
s!M now to ce a man strive to hurry
across a street as If everything de
pended on It, only to saunter along the
liext block as If he had all day at Ills
disposal. He rushes from hahlt.
"To bring the desired advantages of
till" plan It would be necessary to have
Uniformity all along the avenue. This
could be secured easily by having the
pollo-incn using each flguro on their
watches os the starting time for the
itorth and south bound move. A sergeant
could be detailed to regulate the time
pieces wry day. With little or no
tiuulile clocks could be Issued to the
men which would tell off every first and
fourth minute by the ringing of an elec
tric hell which could be loud enough to
be heard by nearby drivers, thus faell
ItHllnp matters still more. The bells
rould be operated from some central
station on tho avenue,
"This plan could be put In operation
en other congested thoroughfares and
If the parallel lanes of traffic bo near to
ene another an adjustment of starting
Minutes could be made to avoid the ten
itency of reckless drivers rushing from
one to cross another before It will close
to iscape the wait of a few minutes."
le t Kdnaril Hatch, Jr.
iiBKrftnn for the redistribution of
buntiess Is contained In the letter of Ed.
rd Hatch, Jr.. of 15S Klftli avenue.
"Any matrilnl impiovement In the
trade tralhV congestion on Fifth avenue
fiem Turnty-feventh street to above
Fiftieth street might well Is- placed ill
the atrEoiy of hnpelos tasks. There Is
te-y reason to Iwllcte that the conges
tion lll continue to Increase, as there
l reason In the argument for believing
tint no Immediate or future plans can
ev found for relieving It.
"The elegance of this beautiful and
IIOTM.s AMI RKSTAUKAXTS.
Mr. Thomas Healy
Midnight Parade and Extravaganza Ice Ballet
TO-NIGHT, at 11.30 o'Clock
With the Following Cast of Principals and a
Chorus of FIFTY in a Skating Carnival,
Parade and Ballet
FOR DINNER, a I Carte Service, at 7 o'Clock
and 11.30 Midnight
BEGINNING TO-MORROW, SATURDAY,
AND EVERY EVENING THEREAFTER
wonderful avenue must be preserved by
ail means, and the removal of the out of
dale houses t obligatory for the con-
inuiitice of Its fnie. Th(,0 , r.,,,,.
oned residences mut Kite place to more
hnposhiK edifices which will be com
modioli mid suniclently large to Insure
an incomo warranting the const Miction
expenditure", This added tenanc lo the
district uouhi contribute ninny fold to
the congestion. The side sheets also
will Krow In t,,( bulldlniis and business
population In proportion nnd pattoim
and employs will further add lo the
"No relief would be obtainable by ,11
rcctlng; tho oterflow to Uroadway and
hlxtli avenue. The congestion at Thlrlv
rourth street nnd these tborotiKhfaies Is
worse than on Fifth avenue. And as for
relief by Madison or Park avenue, al
lowing for the contemplated Improve
ments, l also out of the question. An
elevated railroad on Fifth avenue? rr
lh the thought ! A subway? Think of
removing thoee sewer and water pipes!
And who of the women folk would go
down Into u Fifth aienue subway?
.rtrr Intended for limine.
"Fifth, avenue was never i til through
for a business street and netcr adapted
nor Intended for the puiposc. It has al
ways lieen celebrated us a prnmenado
and was known ns America's famous
walk. On Sundays, holidays, week day
afternoons, both on sidewalk and In the
roadway, the nnery of the Individual and
the handsome equlp.iKcs of the metrop.
oils strolled In public review. Parades
were not parades unless thev went up
the great avenue. Parade dav was a
holiday. Hut Ii became haul to mix
business with pleasure and excitement
and now the authorities are petitioned to
keep parades on the nvuue on account
of the Interfere! e with trade.
"Iloth the proprietors and patrons who
participated In this uptown movement
must ics.ll.e that It was Mimelliliig of a
mistake for. all to move uptown. '
"The pioneer In the mowmciit neailv
met disaster, lint hl resources and re
markable business ability enabled him to
surtlvo the oide.it and leave a monu
mental stoie with ii great organization
us an ctldencc of his aggressiveness,
Itrtnrn tit Madison Siinnrr.
"It may be a wild statement to make
and suggest that to return to the vlclnltv
of Twent -third street nnd below would
be a way out of mhiic ii' the dllliculty.
"Whcie Fifth incline and Broadway
come together two of the creates! thor
oughfares of the Western Hemisphere
cross. Near by Is .Madison Square with
Its broad streets on either side, a most
Ideal spot for the emporiums that now
crowd upper Fifth aenuc and compel
some of their customers to line up prac
tically for a half mile north and south as
they would III front of a theatre, box
"This beautiful esplanade cannot be
equalled In New York city (unless It Is
at 1'nlon Square) with a spaciousness
where automobiles can park conve
niently with a free and perfect light for
the exhibition of Roods and for onduct
Ing a retail business. For accessibility
It cannot be surpassed ; the Uroadway
car.i. Fifth avenue buses, crosstown and
Lexington avenue cars, new subway
I station at Twenty-third sliect), old
KUhway at Fourth avenue, elevated rail
road at Sixth avenue. Fourth and Sixth
avenue surface cars. Third Avenue ele
vated and surface cars and unlimited
space and access for automobiles
through nlde streets.
t'nlon ttquarr Alan,
"Just six small blocks below tall of
them together not much longer than the
block from Fifth aenuc lo Uroadway at
Forty-second street) Is I'nlon Square
with the samo parking space, accessi
bility, good light, Ac,
"Too far down town would he the
wall, but how about the great store near
Uracc Church? It Is down town, the
furthest retail slore In that direction,
and still It probably has mom trade than
the combined business of many uptown
retail stores. There me no patrons llv
It.g In tho vicinity The neighborhood
Is not attructUe, and still tho largest
business is being done and no traffic con
gestion or excitement nothing but busi
ness. "Tho question naturally arises, 'Why
did all the stores move out of the Twenty-third
street district? It was not their
Intention, and tho argument was that
New York city was Mr enough for all
and the retail business should not be
Violation of Pact.
"It may not be known except to those
that were directly Intensted that a com
part existed between Lord & Taylor,
Arnold, Constable A. Co., Vanillic. Sloanr,
Altkcn, Son & Co, Stern Hros., Kno and
others to bold that neighborhood Intact
and not Join the uptown movement.
"One of the large Twenty-third street
concerns, to show Its good faith anil con
fidence that the neighborhood was more
desirable mid that the compact would bo
held, erected an .udilltlon to tho store
IIOTKM AMI Itr.sTWKASTx.
the Opening of
MISS SIGRID TRILLING
MISS MADELINE BESLEY
MISS MARIE LA VIOLETTA
MISS CHARLINE MAYFIELD
MISS BESSIE RICARDO
costlm .sinrtl hundred thousand dol
lars. But n discredited merchant sur
reptitiously obtained control of one of
the largest establishments and Imme
diately announced that on (he expiration
,0! certain leases the establishment
( would Join the uptown movement,
"There was at once a wild scramble
tor sites by all Interested. Prohibitive
pi fees weie paid for locations, an. I In a
Miorl time the most desirable, advan-
"f" accession- retail district In
this country was abandoned and de
serted. "Can It be that this Ideal locution will
long remain Idle. Let It be rcdcclicd."
t'nreiculnled llolldlnw Operation.
One of the teasons why Fifth avenue
m..m? 0,d'',l given in the letter of
William Proctor of -, Pine street ! "Last
year on the west side of Park nvcnuo
between Klfty-Mrst and Flfly-second
streets an apartment house was built,
and morning after morning I have seen
curs blocked us far north as Fifty
fourth street due to the unloading of
materials In front of the building and
the walling of teams to be unloaded.
"Furthermore, the building materials,
such as lime and mortar, were allowed
to run over the street, and munv nersnnn
, with cars directed their drivers to go
r 10 rmn avenue to avoid having
their cars splashed with materials that
would Injure them.
"At the present time building mira
tions are starling on the west side of
Park avenue between Fifty-second and
Fifty-third streets, on the east side of
Park avenue south of Fifty-second street
and on the east side of Park avenue
north of Fifty-third street, and already
Hie same condition of affairs Is begin
ning to exist. This morning 1 attempted
to go north In my car and was blocked
by a driver with a load of sand, who
would not get out of the way. Mortar
Is belli mixed on the roadway In front
of this building.
"As a result of these conditions, I
hae directed my chauffeur lo keep away
from that part of Park avenue and take
A liiimlnner'n MiiUKeatlnii,
A corrcss)iiJent who signs himself
"Cockney" gives explanation and solu
tion: 'There seems to be a great deal of
anxiety In New York over the conges
tion that apparently Is so chronic on the
elevated, subway and surface railways.
All kinds of plans are suggested for the
construction of new subways and the
running of more trains. Without a
doubt the overcrowding Is a disgrace to
so well aptmlnted a city as New Yotk,
and et the solution Is quite simple.
"Unfortunately, every great enterprise
in this country must of necessity be In
the hands of some great trust or the
monopoly of some bloated corporation.
There Is no competition, and this Is the
main reason why the American citizen
has to pay through the nose for every
thing; be Is milked, mulcted and fleeced
from the cradle to the grave.
"While one company holds the monop
oly of passenger transport In the city
that company will not trouble much
about the noble and patient army of
straphangers so long as the rich harvest
of nickels Is forthcoming. I don't know
whether, according to American Ideals,
the welfare and comfort of the people
I.- of secondary Importance to the divi
dends of the trusts.
"Let the city authorities grant conces
sions for a lint or twenty lines of
motor buses to be put on the streets.
Week End Special $22.50
This is an unusual assortment of woolens and worsteds.
There are plain weaves and many fancy patterns stripes,
checks and unique designs not found in ready-to-wear
clothes, to measure only. When compared with offerings
elsewhere the prices will be found remarkably low.
ROADWAY A NINTH STREET AND
10 K. 42D T BET. FIFTH & MAPISON AVE
New York's Artistic and Social Event
GRAND BAIJ.ItOOM, IIOTKI. HII.TMOIO:. HWHMHKU 3ltl. AT Kilt
llenrtlt In slil of Ihe
II. V. U. Permanent Illlnrt Hellef War Fund
HON. JAMES M. BECK will officiate
The follimlnic urttais Mil appciir
First Time in New York Sanctioned by the l-rcnch Government
Al l. KK4TK IIKNCm I'.ll. IICKKI S SA AMI aid
Hotel 1IOO and i'JOO at II. K. Johnston's Ofllre. 14.11 ll'Ha). lei. Ilrranl HOS, and
all Theatre Tlrkel Arnle.
8TKINWAY l'lANO ANII MAHON Ii IIA.MI.IN OltUAN.
Teteobones Brrsnt 10031.10032.
In-nlshl, 7 48. lAhengrln. Ky.lber:
t'rlu, llraun, Well. Lnhsrdt. Con., llilnik
hat. Mat., at 'J. Pearl Hitlers. Ilenipel,
('Artitio, Del.ucs, ltuthJer. Conil.. l'nlaren.
I Ilia Hun. reva., B:.10. Concert )e to SI.A0.
Krneit h helling. I'lsnlut: l-oulne Homer I
Paul Althoune, Orrli, Com!., Ilagrman.
Nest Mon. at 8:18. Tosra. Muiio idrbutl,
L'artian, Hcoltl, Malatnta, llnsM.Onn. Polsceo,
Med., at M. Prlnre liar. Aids. I'eiinl: Ama
in Holts, Dldur, Peirurolii.. ('nnd.. I'nlsrco.
Thura., at N. Itoaenkaisller. Ilnintx l, Ober.
MaMinKlorlti, Well. Althouw. Con.. Ilolaiiiky
l-rl., at H. Alda. lUppold, Homer: Marti
nelll, Amato, Illdiir. ItrMi.1. Cond , Polaei-o.
HAltDMAN PIANO U.skl).
PltlDAT MOKNINCI MUHItlALF.
4irand Ballrtinin. Rllliunr' Hotel
Tlllt .UIIIIMMI AT II
lies, stats, I). On sal at Dlllmura Friday
Mnrnlnv Mu.lraln Itnv Office,
Msnsgsinent It. K. Johnstbn. Knsbs Piano.
Carnegie Hall, Tn.nlght at Ail.1.
Pluno Ifcltnl iNielnHHyl Chopin Progrstn.
TkkeU iQe, lo tl. .Mfliiem Ilaanael Ai Jiinea.
rnllan Hall. Tuti. Aft.. ne. J. al :i
urn trrf. r, si .1
i no iiniiiani.
1 rem n riani.t
ITNCII Jlinr TIIKATRK, 40TII BT.
TII-MOHHOW MIIU.NIMi Itll.'Ul.
THE MISSES FULLER
In Knull'h rnlk hong. llh ( on. lam i- Hluney ,
Aeolian Hall, To-nlghl at ItiSO.
nrOB-rlm PKI:T i Tickets
..X. I HEMUS I
THE SUN, FRIDAY,
t.cl them run on every avenue and lm
IKirlant crosstown street, and oii will
soon see a vast improvement In the pas
senger traffic. Twenty thousand omni
buses would not be loo many; they
would save millions of dollars that may
have lo be expended on further subwas.
The ten cent fare on Fifth avenue Is a
robbery; that noble thoroughfare Is a
business street Just the same as .any
other avenue; why must the faro there
be double? Monopoly, of course.
Adtnntnsjr of the ttuse.
"If a surfao car breaks down the
whole line Is blocked; If a motor bus
breaks down the rest of the traffic can
go round the obstruction, and no harm
Is done. The pi egress of a surface car
uptown In the morning Is painfully slow;
a motor bus cau thread Its way through
the traffic maze and make a good run
In the Intervals.
"Instead of surface rars stopping at
every block let signposts be put up at
certain points further apart, stating that
the cars stop here and nowhere else. On
such avenues where tho elevated rail
way runs double decker buses would
not be safe; there they couM have single
"Why In the name of common sense
should the citizens of New York not
have better and more facilities to travel
overground? The thousands of women
who gTi on shopping expeditions In the
middle of the day would prefer to travel
by bus, especially If the distance were
not very far. Motor buses would be a
boon and a blessing lo the enormous
number of travellers going shorter dis
tances; they could then ride In com
fort, without having to stand up all the
time and without the Inconvenience of
climbing up tho 'I.' steps or down the
"Is It absolutely necessary ,t)nit the
Interboiough should be the only trans
IHirt company In New York" Why not
send a few commissioners to London to
study the trafll" problem? The traffic
thero Is quite as heavy as here, and .vet
the enormous expense of overhead rail
ways has never been found necessary.
The people travel on the numerous ini
dergiouiid tiillwa. sutfiice cars and
thousands and thousands of omnibuses,
which work all along the very routes cov
ered by the other rallwa.vs. above or
under the ground. Is this Impossible In
ANTEL0 DEVJTREUX IS INJURED.
Clntlelr I'rnetureil When Horse
Throw II lm In Itntluoe .Meet.
rnii.Atm.i'iiu, .Nov. an. a. .1 t.t.'ii.
Hevereux uas tlirown fioin Ills tiorie tl.i.
afternoon nml lik left eullurhoiin was
broken. He wns taken lo tlie Uryn
Mr. Deveienx was ililliw In tit flirei
anil a half mile rross country linmlirnp
nice for Ihe Radnor Valley r.inr rli.il
leiiKe cup hI the ttnmi.'il horse show i.r. I
meet of the It.nlnor Hunt Club. He w.is
taklnc 11 illtrli half way over 1 tic course
when his horse threw him.
iiatrallnn f'nal Mrlkr Kml.
MKi.not'RNR. Australia, Nov, 30. The
coal strike which has been In iroress
for several weeks, thioulnc thnusHiuls
of men out of work and affectliiR many
Industries seriously, has been settled.
The men will resume work on Monday,
I The J. II. Pond l.i'eiiiu nureaii tireaeiita I
CAPTAIN IAN IIAV I1KITII
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A I.KCTt'lIK UN TIIK IIPMAN
HIDK OK TIIKNCII WAIIPAItK,
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Ticket" IJ to MV hi Hot Office.
Matin Klllotl Tliealre, Until HI., nr. H'way.
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TO.IIAV AT 3.
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Ml.NII.lY KK.. IIKP. .1. AT 30.
thaii.oiis ilea t.anfa .Noll..
!l,f.Tft,'r,,, ,,,r ''no. Knuhe Piano
Dir. lath. A, Itainraan. Tickets at Hot ornce
JOhKr SIK1NNKY, Conduelor, V
-ei nuiio.) .iirrnoon at. I, larnealr Hall
PIKMiHOI.MK imillN'TIt! A HltNIAN.
at I lYIBALIST
lllkrl. al lint (Utile. Pellt
I'lfrla, 81 g,
AKU1X1.N 11.11,1,. TO-MIIKKIIU, at 1.
LAST VIOLIN nECITAL THIS SEASON
rrlre 80e In ft. Stelnway llano.
A II II 1. 1 A N II A I, I,
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DECEMBER 1, 1916.
CUDAHY PROFITS $3,011,415.
Iteporl Mlinn (ulna Increased
Four fold In Year.
Ciiu.'acjo, Nov. .10. The profits of the
f'udahy Parking Company were more
man tour times greater this year than
Mast, and the firm's sales totalled almost
.is.iinn.non more this year than during
tho preceding fiscal year, according to
the annual report for the fiscal year
ended Octnler 28, made public to-day.
This year's sale amounted to $Ui
D60,A6, as against $11.12,155 the
ear before. The net profits were IJ,
01 1.415. whereas last year' profits wera
only $723,642. Out of every dollar
tnken In. sajs a signed statement from
K. A. Cudahy, 80 cent has gone to
the farmer. Mcven cent out of the
remaining 20 hns' been paid to wage
earners, five cent lias gone for freight
charges and four cents for material
ned In manufacture.
Selling Out All
While lltoek Laala
the Following Hast
Br Cleared at
' Barclay, cor. Church Strait
Il'nay A AOth ft.
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"A i jiticr or s. ano Ii this 'Hnot. ui
Wonders. " Herald.
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HIk Hill of Winter Harden and Other Htars.
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rninbCOd Matim To-morrow 2 .10
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THE MAN WHO.
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to in la .vi,,.. To-inorrowA Thur. 1 20.
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)ller Morown'a tlreat Mu.lcal Karre
Will CIIltl.lrTr: -illKIAWIHlll.
l'reeiillnis aiid aiiearinK III H1IAWS
, , with HENRIETTA CROSMAN
t IUI1I.I H CIIKIIIir A HILDA HPONtl.
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500 Seats at.
800 Seats at.
1000 Seats at.
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GEORGE HARRIS, IR.
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765 Broadway, corner 8th St.
847 Broadway, near 14th St.
1853 Broadway, cor. 3flth St.
14B5 Broad way (Times Square)
984 Third Avenue. .
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Wednesda), '2 18.
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Biggest Casino Hit In
4 psie maker, hparkllnK wlih
Jo)ously welcomed at Calnn.
Capital raualral comedy, ( lean,
lltrly and melodious. Or tiir.
Hesuly alniw. Ktslinrale plee.
Ouahl In keep the t'a.lnn erowded
lor a long lime In come. Ittamrr
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Anna Held win. new laurel.,
1 slltlerlnf Indurement In "Pol
low le.' Httmn, Amrrlean,
Win. renewed triumph Speed
and slitter. Costume, beautiful,
mu.lc luneful, Krr. lilrgtam.
LUnuALriC Tomorrow A Med.. i:-n.
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ohn Charles Thorn. Adrle Kimlund.
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William l-o, pn-MMit. ThePI. 11ri.l.uiiri,l
A DAUGHTER thf. GODS
3, AT THE
TOKK AMKIUCAN HS FL'MI -
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COLUMBIA JT7t j-rair w
Se'rTO Has SOITie SIlOW Wh
AaUWC.iii,!,) urn co t(.
B'war 47th Hi.it unnlntham. oih.. an I
Dallr Mal.aae.tl. Hm.RockWanrea While
lALTfl E. H. SOTHERN
nunported by Edith Nlnrer
and Prosram of Hurpaaalns Musical Featuriw.
rii.Mt'.iir rnr.Ariti;, i:ii.
HI'.!'. II, .'ll.lll,
I a net
oatoWtoMevasltaal. Uwla. 403 Mad. As
"TH SBOJS THAT HOLDS ITS SHAPE" r
$3.00 $3.50 $4.00 $4.50 $5.00 & $6.00
Yon can Save Money by Wetraig
mmm m mi -
w. i. uougias anoes. ine nest TT
Known Shoes in the World. jm: IKi.
V7. L. Douglas name and the retail price is
v on the bottom of all shoes at the
Ihe value u guaranteed and the wtarcrprofected
against high prices for inferior shots. The retail
prices are the same everywhere. They cost no more
in San Frandsco than they do in New York. They
always worth the price paid for them.
The quality of W.L Douglas product is guaranteed
by more than 40 years experience in male ine fine
shoes. The smart styles are the leaders in the fash
ion centres of America. They are made in a well
equipped factory it Brockton, Mass., by the highest
paid, skilled shoemakers, under the direction and
supervision of experienced men, all working
with an honest determination to make the best
for the price that money can buy.
For sale by over OOOO shoo dealers
anil IOI W. Ii. Dousrlau stores In the
lanre cities. If not convenient to on.ll
at W. Ii. Douplas store, ask your local
dealer for W. L. Douglas shoes. If no
cannot supply yon, take no other make.
Write for booklet.
showing how to
ardsarahoea hv mall. Prssldant
. m W. I- Ilnarlss Shoe Co.
pottage free. HO Spark SU, llrockton, Mass.
W. L Douglas Stores in
2779 Third Av.. bet. 146th U 147th Sti
347 Klgbtli Avenue.
250 West 125th Street.
421 Pulton Street, cor. Pearl.
708-71O Broadway, cor. Thornton
1.1B7 Broadway, cor. Gates Avenue
478 Fifth Avenue, cor. 11th Street.
a eawjr ommmMm Mm of W.L, Dugmm mhm Imr wmmmn.
EMPIRE 'tteiTi-' LAST 3 TIMES
l-s.t .Matlne" Tn-morrou arid.
Cyril Maude ASTKHEER
NEXT MON. -3 Weeks Only
MATS. WKII.. Tlll ltS. A SAT.
a. M.MK. SAltAll - saan
SEATS NOW ON SALE
for ll Performance.
Price, f I. fl.80. fa, (2.8(1, S.L
Pull Heperlolre ilen nn Applli allon
KENDALL AT THE
LYCEUM IS A
Kl l. nl M.in. MAT. TO-MORROW 1.50
In I Hartley Manner.'. pl'i
The Harp of Life
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MANHATTAN , f"!iy.
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KIam A KrUincer'. Illaanlle lrodurtlon.
20 Living Horses
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Good Gracious Annabelle
DCBIIatllP W. 4'iWI. Kt,s an MnU.
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PlfTl'ltlWat ih. BROADWAY
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i"ti sri -i .i.ti.n i n ini Hiit ,ii
Herbert Brenon's Presentation of
NA7IMRUA m "WAR RRIflFQ"
-- tr unit wnivhw
TWICE DAILY 2:!S8:l5A..n,
teSSF'-THE BIQ SHOW",
mIiu s:vj. iniinii'i
world'a lllsiesi 'show
at Ihe Lowest rrlces
Onirlal Alithen. I'lrtnra
Wnrld't "Brsdstl War"
'MOOMaaUAnl ItAIII I fiiLi.t'ii..
w w W4 m itni'liUM t
llI'tl. Mr in I IMvh, OUuun' i il uu-.U.
M. MC'IIOLAH KINK, 00 nKKf fll'll AT.
.i MMulnru l)llr.
r APTAIN KIDD, Jr.
SI P'aiof l.me, VouihAAdTen-
S Hiire In Hlil.i John 1 onus. I
) !'... i:'.ii. Mala.'In.ni'HA Wed. Hill I
stamped 4 aLWaai4, IBl
Best in thsWesM
S3.00 S2.50 sioe
BEWARE OF FRAUD
None genuine unless
W. L. Douglas name
and the retail price la
stamped on the bottom.
TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE
Greater New York:
859 M.-tnhitttitii Avenue.
1770 Pitkin Avenue.
JKRSKY CITY 18 Newark Avenue.
IIOHOKKN-120 WahliiRton St.
UNION 1111.1,-271 ller;eiillne Av.
NKWARK --H.'tl llroiul Street,
PATKItSON 102 Market Street.
TKKNTON-IOI K. Stale St., cor. Broat
NEW AMSTERDAM Mi,.T.m-w wej
MUSI lli:i K.llll'l I MI'HICAf,
r.N i:it i inmi:ni in m:h tiikk,
k'liu A l:rl imer'. lipreme Hnri-ess
Mil. i. j
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M. UUnHrl O i t. s.m. Tel, .ru Urvant
MVIIM.I.s lO-MIIIIHOW A Wed. ao
and rompiny. Inrl. ItllL'Ci: MeltlF.. In
Come Out t Kitchen
line of the nio.t delightful
etenliiK. of fh year." Nun.
IT it's laui;ha you
wnnt, you'll find
OUR LITTLE WIFE
with M IKi.KKT
I wiilii- s m. Main,
T ,inimk 2 nn.
KENDALL AT THE
A LAUGH A
THE EVE. SUN.
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nUUMjn i I'li-in'wAWed.
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Ili'.ll' I). W. GRIFFITH'S
Tr LOLOSSAL SPECTACLE
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FULTON '" ii i.m i MMfdi.
M I Mill, Oil MVIS .NOW.
U Mm CINTfiaM rma La.l
I INI I III MII(jM V 1,1. I
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BOIEI.I AM) liKkTAUHANlfa,
14(h Street, near Fourth Ayenua
Prince George fiotel
Plflli At. end :ilh SI.
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I ai: i:si i,.iiiii;ni
Aftci Piitnii T nl ll.tiunifi l to t 1 11
11 K LI. A IIIIIIIIIA ItllOM '
auppor lunies. It to 1 p. to,
Tbo VfDdeibUt llolel, tllu ITuialnf. Uortetsw
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