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THE EVENING WORLD, SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1911.
T 4 ISADORA DUNCAN URGES GREEK GARB FOR STREET WEAR i Women of Civilized Countries Don't Know How to Dress, i Says Dancer. CORSET A NIGHTMARE. She Isn't a Reformer, but Tells How to Be Comfortable and Beautiful. Ty Ethel IJoytl Patterson. Hero Is n -little ndvfce for atenug raphcr.s. It In per fectly Kood ndvlce, n nil it It Just as Rood for factory Rlrls an It la for stenographers and Just ns Rood for mllllijer.s as It Is for factory Klrls, Also, It in not the kind of ndvlce one j need resent, Inas much an It ha Ik IftU W.l ItH.'HN nothing to do ter or habits. with ones chnrae It in ndvlco nbout clothes, nnd It enmw from Mi's Isadora Duncan, tho promoter of. th Orei-;an school of dnncin'ir. ' Inch has become so popular In tins country during the pist few years, "Tho women of thla country, or the women of any other clvllliod country, do not linow how to 'rtrcsg," declared Mlia Duncan, ap parently mora In Borrow than In anger. "The old Greek Idea of clothes Is the only snuo and beau tiful one. Fancy corsotn and a herein skirt and nil tho other mod ern sartorial nlirhtmarevl Imagine calling- such clothes civilized at all!" A vision of Miss T)nnom, clad In her soft chiffons, swiyln In time to Walter I)amroch's Symphonv Orchestral, with which she Is imw on tour, crossed my mind. A Street Costume. "nut." I nrnt...,t.l ircnllv "II wnnt.l be a bit awkward to wear. (Jrecbn traiierl. irnl Hint nrl of fliiriL- dmvn- , cs and that sort of thfriR down- , A stenographer, for uxnmple, i Ind some drawbacks In tho -os-1 town mlcht Ind some tumo vou wear for ilanclns." 'O.i. I don't mean my danclns cos- tumes," exclaimed Miss Dunrnn, im patiently. "I am peaklns no.v of tho clothes I myself wear in tho street. They nre perfectly Greek and thoy nre porfoclly practl.al. I havo n soft MIk slip with rounded neck and without cltovea, wlilch is tho foundation of my dress. I call this n dtlrt, but it ex tends up over the shoulder?, na I have explained, to take the weight nuny from my walxt. The belted waist line Is uncomfortable and breaks the line of tho IlKtirt?. Over my Fllk i-klrt I wear a velvet tunic, cut with nn unbroken waist line. H Is square nt .ho neck nnd may or may not havo long elecvcB." ' And Miss Duncan ent her m.i!d for tho costume In question. Wo were at Carneulo Hall, and Mis Duncan was resting In her dresslnc room after performance Iler hair wai Ioosh about her face, und her eyes, behind tho black of- her staso makeup, seamed weary. Ome of tiio sho laised her Jianda to her temples and prrsied her Jlncerw there. Works Hard for Effects. "Oh, I wish you could tell me why the American critics always siv I havo no technique!" ihu burst ford, .suddenly. "I am not n ballet dancer I know that, but 1 work as hard for my crtocta ns any ballet dnncer ever did. J practice thrco nnd four hours each day. "My on aim Is to produce the unbroken lino In the body. Tho un broken lino menna beauty; all n.i turo proves that. . "A bird as It Wee, a Ash as it swlmr, thelonir lines of the hills and the val- 1 )ey. And to have worked s-o hard for that, and then to hear people nay l havo no technique:" "Never mind," 1 soothed, "and, any- . way, hero la tho dreia of which you upoke." The maid spread !t out for our In sertion. It was pretty theie wa.s ji. denying that. The unylei. skirt was of brown alii: niu! the tunic ( a deeper shado or brown velvet. Grecian em broidery in dull rcd.s and blujH llmslyjil i the nock and lcev s. Simplicity Keynote of Eeauty. "You see. i Is simple," .MIwS Duncan explained. "Simplicity is the keynote of beauly In nil things. Yet on the other hand simplicity ofton rcpre- Bents the liichcstrt. Truth U alsj ' another form of nlmiillclty. W.iiu I Mist tartMl tu dan e I wntitr I to tfuou jieui'le Kiime of tlier thlnRs firnuKh mv art. If I could, I am not ,ie.h n refurmer theso data. Thero aro too many people to reform, nnd after nil maj'ju they nro n rli.ni In their Ideas as I am in mine. Ail I want to do now U to Klve thu people who come to see me a lautlful pi turr to cirry away with them, if I can i my dnnclns dr.eti mean more than jusi this to me tell and xood " "Thon you nru not "julna to in- nt thrt the wnrkMU women or to-day must blostom forth In Grecian cos tumes?" 1 mtiriroNtod. "I do rot Insist on anythlnit," con cluJed Miss Duncan with a hIbIi "I am only tclHnK them bow they could be much moro cmnfortabla nnd lieauti. ful." v t oMi'i.r.ri: ij:i i:-i ivi: moiiy i ui i:, I t' ,h nt t 1 1 . V ! K V" ,t 1 . , (l -hf !)!.'('! ' ft II ili lo lie g. a ,t ' i i' :il o 1 1 jt s iui I it W'.'lil. Ttl n 'n.-niii.. tf thu Krpft Ioud in tlet-.-ttif la a i"'.ier romp fte smry. which leadii . i in tha 'ventuil solution of the "Mystery of the lied Trlanitle." the ernesomo mark nasocluttd with these UvrlHIn advcnturJ, HHHBHMI' AHB Vsr . V I MM I 1 1 M 1 1 I J Kurt Schindler The MacDowcll Chorus Sings Admirably, but Is Lax in Enunciation Alma Gluch, Bressler Gianoli, Dinh Gilly and Leon Rothier the Prin cipal Singers. Wl' SVLVtiSTlUt RA.WIJXG, rnlil.' MacOowell ChorUH, undor np UK MacOowell Chorus, undor I Kurt Srhlndler, assisted by t'lo A Philharmonic Society's Orchestra aiul Alma Oluek. nrossler-Olanoll, Ud mond Clement. Wnh Ollly and Leon Uothler n.s soloists, gavo a concert nt Cnrneglo Hull Inst night at which Chobrler'n unfinished opera, "Ilrlfcels," was tho nrlnclnal number. Tho story. by Mlkhncl and Catulles Mende, s founded, remotely, us tho programme notes stated, on Crwtho'a "Tho itrlda of Corinth." It Is hardly necessary to epitomize the tale, boeauM It is only a fragment, and on the concert stage, at lMSJj It U remote. Tho programme Ir.t luded "Joshua," a biblical -cantata by Mousjorgsky, and folksongs and chorus from liorodln's opera, "Prince Igor." Mr. Schlndlor is to bo congratulated upon tho !kiJl with which ho con ducted and upon tho opportunity he furnished his well trained chorus to show Its worth and tho soloists to add to their reputations. Tho choir of 10) voices distinguished itself In every thing but Its ability to enunciate. The writer Is almost ashamed to refer dgain, ns ho lias dono so often, to tho illustrious examplo of tho Mendels sohn Choir of Toronto, a few years ngo, when Jlngll' was sung to be understood bv every listener. It was not so last nluht. One may refer with credit to tho quality of tho voices and their admlrnblo buVnce, but thewords sunt; might have been Greek for all the andleiKe know. Alma Ciltirk n tho tltlo part of Ch- DAXCF.Jl WHO SAYS IVO-lJuV DON' T KNO W HOW TO DRHSS. El ISADORA DUNCrAN s 1 THE LAND. OF " THE BANb "By Presents Chabrier's "Briesis: brier's opera was exceptionally well suited, for the muslo fell well within tho compass of her tiniquo and beauti ful but limited voice. Uressler-Qlanoll wns n tower of strength as Thannasto, "inKlng with exqulslto art 'and wltii power and feeling. Clenu'iit wa charm Ing as Hylas. and Dinh Ollly as the Cntechlst was altogether admirable, l.eon Uothler was a satisfactory .Htrntokles. In "Joshua" and In "I'rince Isor" -Mrs. Cara Sapla sang contralto solos In good taste, and In "Prlnc Igor" Mrs. Viola Wnterhouso had a jmprano solo that -she sang pleasingly. FRANCES ALDA IN RECITAL BEFORE AUDIENCE OF SINGERS. Trances Alda, who In private life is Mrs. (lattl-Casazza, gava a song recital nt Mendelssohn Ilnll csterday after nocjn that drow a large audience In which wero to be seen many singers of prominence on the operatic nnd concert j stage. Mme. Alda was not In her best j voice, but she managed It with her best ; nrt. Twice she took a high C with full- ... . m jiun.t tlll.l Lllllt liri 1UIP- grammo began with Catalinl's "Ixtrely, nnd was followed by the "Amnrllll" of Cacclnl. Tho text of both of these songs was printed In an Kngllsh trans lation by Charles Henry Meltzer, but was not sung In tho vermicular, al though the words seemed admirably adaptable for singing purposos, especial ly the "Daffodilly." l.nler on Mme. Alda sang some songs In English thnt wero not altogether satisfactory In tho mutter of enunciation. Among Mine. Alda's most succetsful erfortH were HandtTs "Oh' Sleep, Why Dost Thou Leave .Me?;' Humperdinek's "Wlgenlled" and Schumann's "ISr 1st." The latter is full of tho "s" sounds which Mine. Alda says Is ono of the dlfllcujtles In Kngllsh. "CHILDREN OF BETHLEHEM" AT THE NEW THEATRE. Walter D.imroMJh and tho Symphony Society Orvhustra rvponted the operatic version of Uabrlel J'lerno's Medlnovnl Mlr.iclo Play, "Tho Children of JJethle. hem." at Iho New Theatre yesterdny afternoon before a largo and npprecla tlvo audience. Florence Mulford, Kllzn. belli Dodge., llulda Lashanska, Mnr guerlto ICefer, lieatrlco Ilowman, Will, lam Wheeler. Horatio Connell nnd i;d want Duray filled tjio principal parts ad mirably and tho production was moro successful than ever. Thy programme began with tho two movements of Schu bert s .unfinished symphony, which Mr Damrosch and his players present!.! ad mirably. TETRA2ZINI TO BE HEARD IN CONCERT NEXT MONDAY. Lulsa Tetrazzlnl, tho great Italian oloraturo soprany, who has been titak ing a successful concert tour through out tho West, will bIvb n concert at Carnegie Hall next -Monday idght, her llr.st appeartinco in tills olty since he was heard In opera sn it li Mr. Hammer htelu's .Manhattan Opera Company. She will be assisted by Frederic Hayings, liarlU'iie; Andre Jicnalst pianist, and Walter Oesterrolcber, llutlst. Sho will :ing several songs In which sho has never been heard in New York. Tint Hoard of IMucatlon has arransred for the following musl: lectures next weeK un .Monday Welsh .Music," ,y .Mrs, Murf V, Cheney, at Public School No. .'7, on Tue.sday "Kdwiird tlrleg," by Daniel Gregory Mason of Columbia, nt Museum of Natural History, and "Com posers and .Muslo of Italy," by Clarence Do Vaux ltoyer, at St. Cornelius Church, No, M.I West Forty-sixth street; on Wed nesday "Edward Orleg nnd the Scan dlnavlan Songs," by Mls Ourll I, Lcnn. born, at Public Library, No, K Lerov street, and ".Mozart, tho Supremo Typo of lieauty," by Dr. John S. Van Clove, at I'Jbllc School No. 37, One Hundred and Forty-fifth street, east of Willis rfvc nue, and on Thursday, "Haydn nnd Mo zart," by Daniel Gregory .Mason at Public School No IIS. ' liy tho courtesy of th founders and the niiiagomeiit of tho Now Theatre, a meeting of the newly founded Society for the Promotion of Opera In llngllsh ail the lln'Miirage-uent of American Muslo will bu lull In the .Vetv Theatre foyci after the Symphony Concert to morrow afternoon, at 6.15 o'clock, to elect oltlcors. The committee of tem porary organization, consist, of David MAKE-BELIEVE Eleanor Schorer. iilspnam, Jlcirlnnld do Koven, waiter Da'v.roseh. Horatio Parker, Charles I Henry .MelUer Albert Mlldenbers and Anna i;. Zlegler, secretary. - I.eo Ornteln. n young Ilusslnn pianist, whoso parents brought him to this city four years ago to escapo religious per secution In their own country, will make his first public nppearanee to-morrow evening In a concert with orchestra nt tho New Amsterdam Theatre. Hxcept during nn introductory yen- nt the Jt. Petersburg Conservatory I.eo Ornstein. I who Is now sixteen, has mndo all of his plflno studies with Mrs, Thomas Taiifer i of this city. On graduating l!it June , from the Institute of Musical Art he played the Mendelssohn O minor piano concerto with orchestra under Dr. 1' ra.ut Damrosch's leadership. He will be ns. slsted to-morrow nlsbt by jthoVolpo Symphony Orohestra. Tha Department of Muslo of Columbia 1'nlvcrslty announces u t-horus concert at St. Paul's Chnpel on Tuesday at S.l P. M. No tickets are required. Tho Music Department of the Norfnnl College will give a concert In tho music room next Monday nfternoon at which the Misses Sparacclo, Hampton, Vnndorl I" "'"'I or tho lover of literary ro Hueglc, Korn, Singer, Natlworney, Levy. man -d are the priceless Persian manii- Ivnne, Sehlochter, l arln, Davidson and Wllkins will take part. Herman Jadlowker. the well-known tenor of thtt Metropolitan Opera House, has received a cable from Gormnny In viting him to be one of the stars nt the May festival to bo held In honor of the Kaiser at Wclsbadeu from -May S to May II. Mlscha Klmari will be the guest of the Institute of Musical Art on -Monday. He will play for the students, and some l.'n.o ttlinllu nt tha Intifl - of Franz Knelsel s pupils at the Inst) tute will rendor a programme arranged in his honor. Prof. Samuel A. llaldwln will give his usual free organ recitals nt tho City College on to-morrow and Wednesday afternoons. The programmes will be largely devoted to AVagncr. T. Scott Iluhrman will give a free organ recital at the Adams Memorial Church on -Monuay evening. The Ituslan Symphony Orchestra Is to glvo .1 concert nt tho Hippodrome to-morrow nfternoon. Circus Co in I nur Tills Month. The circus season at Madison Square Oardon will open during tho last week of this month. Tho Mingling Ilrothers, who control the thrco largest circuses In the country, will bring to New York this year their first show, tho Klngllng Circus, which wns shown at tho Gar den two ynrs aeo, Tho Itarnum and llalloy Circus, which is wintering In Bridgeport, will open ln Chicago. The Buffalo lllll Wild West Show will not play New York this season. UP AND DOWN PICTURE LANE Hy Henry Tyrrell O' LD Kngland Is peeved again be cause "ir .Mr Frlck- who hns Just acquired for lialf a million dollars or so the original Velasquei portrait of K ng Philip IY. of Spain, of which the Dulwlch version thetHrltsh ers lint'e set much ttoro on is only a copy Is now behoved to bo reaoVng out for tint famous linsdnwne Item- brnndt, the "Landscape with Mill," at the same formidable figure. It scorns ns if Jj5CO,(H) wire getting to bo nn estab lished unit with our Hlg Four American collectors, namely, Morgan, Frlck, Kalm, and P. A. H. Wldener. Certainly things ui,t coming their way, In tha picture line. As tho good old London Times plaintively observes, "What can any F.ngllshman or any Government do against men who have each something like a million pounds sterling (that Is &,W,W), don't you It now?) n year moro than they can possibly spend on thtlr normal lequlremuuts? Let n man like Mi. Frlck or Mr. Wldener. or one or two of the Weslcrn magnates, onso bo imbued with tho passion for colloctrng, and nothing can stand against thn'ii. It matters nothing to ouch a man whether tlm picture costs JoO.OOO or ffiOoytt), If wants It, nnd If It Is tho finest of Its kind, ho will have It." Splendors of tho Arabian Night. Omar Khayyam, ami the noldon prime of (rood Iliro'i'i ai llac-hld, are lot, In our nildnt. This Is no poetic prevail, latlon, but a literal now fact. If yon don't bellevo It, ku to tho Amerlean Art Galleries, Madlscm 8iuure south, and -'haia your ae.sineuc xetise.s iin " I milqun display of ancient r-;"l;;M I Har.icenlo fa Icncer, g asses, Illuminated nwnuwrlpta nu.l Turkish prayer rugs, nnd other baubles of Jlugdad. belongltu to tho Messrs. TahUigh of Paris and New Vork. I These rnro Irrldescenens from some-1 where east of Hiiea will hn put up nt ; unrestricted nulillo sale (exeunt a few objects of extraordinary rarity nnd v.-ilno ui.i.,1. ,.n .... .-ie" Is Iwce.i) by .Mr. Klrhy. on Momlny ami Tuesday ti fteriio.niH of next week. The lime Is very short, and one turns for emi.olatlon In the likelihood that ln" pu'dlc museums and public-spirited eonrosst.urs will freeze on to .some of wmdrniiKly beaiitlfnl things from the tombs nnd tumuli of Persia. It may be the last call for underground offer ings of the slinou-piire, l.OoO-yoar-old nrt of ltakku and Itlinge.s. Tho eniuu el led gl.iss of tho ninth century Harn cens Is here represented In n marvellous Mesopotanil.in howl from the modern Persian town of Ilnmndan, which Is Identified with the IX-lmtnna of tho Hlhle, and shows thu tomb of Kft'her and Mordecul. Most fascinating of all the treasures, .script books, with exquisite Illustrations In colored gouaebo and nrnbcMques of gold, nnd bearing the autographed com ments of nt lev,t two Unipprors of In illa JahaiiKlr tho Magnificent and Jehnn tho Great. In ono of these volumes, a manuscript of the Hustan, or Fruit Garden, of tho poet Sa'dl, written In Persian script nnd dated what would be tho yc.tr ir.11 of tho Chi Utlati , era, the Sultnn-KIni; Akhar has written: "This beautiful TiioniiMi-rlnt. hy lhp ,lne hand of the matchless of his , .. . . . ..... .... time, Maul.ina Amir All, Is from the books of tlm brother of the Into Prlii-'e Sultan Murnil (pardoned of God), after he was removed from this transitory world' nnd on account of If peifis-t beauty It has been kept most of tho time before mo .1 ml has been con stantly read, nnd my eyes have been'de. IlKhtisl by Its beautiful and unparalleled script." i A collection of sixty-four modern paintings, nioitly of smnll size but t uniformly excellent quality, by well known foreign and American artists. Is also to 'bo seen at the American galleries I until Tiie-dny evening next. On thnt date, Marti! 7, tho ph tures will be sold at miction right on the promises, too, and not, ns customarily with paintlriBs, nt .Mcnticissontt nan. Hero ur examples, early but not to bo I sneezed nt, of such noticeable natives as J. Francis Murphy, .1. Alden Weir, Henri P. Smith, Jullnn Scott, -Henry W. Jt.in- Kvr. .ruiui wiiiiriiiv, 1..11VIIH1 Jinran, David Johnson, Georgo Innoss Jr., Ilruen 'rnne, John G. Ilrown and Albert Illor- . ' "', , . If those bo too nenr home somethlnu mofo highly .spiced anil probably more big!.-prlcisl can be seleeted from the for- elgu bunch, which includes a Paris 'H.u Mahllle" in the bygone stylo of 1SV) by Jean Ileraud; n Tiruni'ttH undo by Heroine, a harmless llouctuorc-iu, eoino tiller studies (tho Jungb' -peeles, not fh'i gam'illng) by Delacroix, Diaz and Dau'dgny in their Ilttlo latidsenpi stunts, the usual Sclnever, an Alexander Wagner hull tight, a fine largo Van Mnrrko and a neat Ilttlo Troyon, u pyramid of femininity In dazzling var nlshoil enamel by Muntleelll, a sonsle Seotth Ih.sso by Mnanith and a rUht spry "Lady lllanehe" by old Tom Sully. by John Ituwiell, nt the Itilston r.nll leiies, No. 5H l'lflh atenue, Is ho llfHIkf, and Kenlat that people are naunterlni,' In every mnl men day t" nk It for iaHet, to tho opera. Thin l onlv ono of thirty or more lmpre8lonltl ennvaHen by the s.iitio nrtlst on exhibition hern durtim the fnrtnlKht ending on St. I'atrlek'i Day. Mr. Huatell Is a youngish Omndlnn Parlxlan who looks like tho lato David Orabam I'lillllps and paint like several dlfTerent kinds of a elevar artist. lie has jioino outdoor think'" that arrest atten- Hon. notably ll.si Dlftmm ncim an t mid ihn villaltit of .Moret-ur-l.'i.ir, alu Hnnlnir mill life and fnmo llowei Unit look dewy and exp-imlve lint hht rwilly Strom; linn inoitntuni niim ii in int. portialta, lIKureH anil eharnetcr ntudlei. i The lieiillt'inaii m jsapies nas so mui'ii of fUet dlstllietlon that wn lontt to e how Mr. Itnusell would materialize In palnr the "Two (lenilenien of Verona ' 1I. "Abtilntho I)i inker" Ig a nlaimlhlo vagabond, and Newton Min Tai lull, nvei . (omln his nanirai rm un prelum .e 'aitalnst a moll that prff.-rs an ripalr. nlmlnllitt to a Sent. Ii hlKMiall, Writes enthusbif ti alii I'l'.e 'AbKlnilm lirlnkir' In ko full lot charueler nnd feeling) that ono liuooimclimhly liiitilhfs nome of Its iplrlt of hlumdonmcnt and, an well, oino of ita optimism," TOTALS FOLLOW E More Than 1,750,000 Wage Earners Ride Daily on Met ropolitan Traction Lines. New York will make another hip; out ward an-ln In re-slilditlil expansion this year. Increased bttylnir of suburban homes and slles during the past wcok started the real estate season with audi nherry that it promises thus early to break all ' return's. Tho buying Is extending far . beyond tho old rapid transit 7ono tie eausn it Is illscountlnK bl transit Im provements by tho rnllro.itln a-s well as tint Mlbttav nroiect. All kinds of Kiihurb.ln .properties aro active. All unusually Jartfo number of farms and aeroatco tracts havo found new n A tiers at tho highest prices. In nearer suburbs operators nnd builders , have taken big areas for immediate Im provement on a sreat ncule. An In 1 stance tuts the lloo.O") purchaso of .Mey ' errnsn l'.irk, in Queens, whero tho now owners Intend to Mart at once with tho construction ft 100 bouses. They will build practically n new town of flats, dwellings nnd stores. Dig Rush for Njw Homes, ttullders sold many nmall houses and undertook projects for puttltiit up n.s m my more ns they can lmndle. They my that the demand Is Inrxo enoiiRli to take more than they ran build this I'fMtr linfntl.a tll.tl' r.rn llfttltn.l 1,1 (llMr oiterntlnim liy the supply of available ,,, nt rr(U0I1:l)1(. f,Kllri,( llbl)r lind , . , .. . '""terla Is. There Is plenty of capital tor nil bonne building iirojee.ts. Iteports from every quarter show that tho output of new houses during the pt yrnr haa been nbsortusl quite thoroughly iiy Investors nnd homeseel.- ers. That mont of the buyers or rent- , "'"' Kno irinu eninuen city eeii- " "- "".,, Inerenso In tho travel between home I j sei-flons and bti'lnees districts. 1 This Inert ii'lng sw lug of tho dolly hu- , , man tldo shows strongest from Long Island, it Is evident that tl eastern ! suburbs me moro than holding their own In Iho competition with New Jersey, ptssibly with tho Dronx and tho West Chester districts. Huge Flow East and West. Statistics gathered by tho Public Ser vice Commission nnd the Department of Ilrldges show thnt moro than l,.eou persons a day nro crossing tho ITnst Hlver. The rain Is nearly 13 per cent. In a year. Ilrooklyn Ilrldge is csrrylns Din.OO1). Williamsburg Ilrldge :ir,oon, tto subway li'i.Ooo, hn ferries HO.noo tjucens'joro Hrldgo a,W, tho Pennsylvania tunnels 1.".."00. Manhattan Ilrldge 11,100. Tho steady gain In the eastern suburbs Is hnuu also by tho Increase of homo building during the past year, lliilldrrs op Long Island outside of tho old city of Ilrooklyn and Long Island Cty put up S71 .structures more than the total of tho preceding year, which was 7,7i), ami their total of 7.070 new dwelling wns 515 moro than that of tl.e ll'fO year. Now Jersey's dally flow acr-iss the North Hlver Is barely half that of tho Long Island army, or lei than ifV'O) persons. The Jli'.lclmi tunnels carry a round son.ooo a day nnd the ferries take the rest. Northward Trend Strong. The Jersey volume Is showing a big liiere.is't, however, tho uubi over I'i..t year being nemly ( per -ent. With Ithe Inauguration of express nervb'O from Manhattan fo Newark through the lludsnu tunnels (he Increase Is ex pected to glow lapidh'. Fi urn the far llronx and AVo.stchcs tcr the d.i'l' m my of rnpld-translt travellers In to business and Isick ' i,mi, ,.,-.1,, at nluht lias swollen to j i . .t.it.t mr FORCED BY GRATITUDE OF HUNDREDS I To Repeat His Offer Of Jan. 21 in the Evening World rmot .l u.o lu.t fit. ' . i I., tlm ! 'Ju",1 ."' l,,at i littn dfc 1, I li tuskp I a.ln Hit titer lil h I mmlo in tint Jsn il 'Issue This it lit I wld l am J ' ,,nl,' .",)," 'I rfiitinrlit for Dent int to rrry itffrrrr wlut fur Its" IViii'k l the li iii'lifl Ium! v tio to mv .fflcf. mi'l iftter nf r m t , txiurnl tn. Ipt'rnof ifrH'fil th.ink li-tw 1 n'lrmi tit 1'nnn fnrr T, i art - f tin' outliiPttt. tin 1. 1 .1 it wri'm i iia. nms! ,f that tmibh ffli'it-t. l-tifil'M p ttiAnktuir Ii . Ifttrr from lri..l.l n tnj, ' llnw inn tn tlnuik )ou u ltii.uiiil tlnifi fur Hit kimhL lit-irlnic Itiut rf-litrftl I in.M A lrttT frtilii ChldiKn wi, Ml Urn cla I Miu otir i'lTi-r, for jmi lm iiirt'l uw t l ufiifMo,' , DcilfllCSS TrCalllieilt IVCC ' i . 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It sun t i"it yi'i mi' IMIiih. ir i ' lxif n'ul hta lt"m iiiountii. , i iiu-i ,,f i wiui llltf I'tsu iiirtil I,. luy trutliiniii Mm 1 tl.w r-nde llaiiuhl .iln-y "f"; ill l i ,r.,l ' i' Inw ..1 llint lIlTfrrflit liil'Ut ,t'l II II. I i MX tnaliiHiit r.,,n l ilmr I iitwtrinj ,f I i llr Kdvtn.il (luctiiM S ilto .ll'l. .'is t :i, l Siw V rk litt. ml fl tlo l'f Trlil 'I'l-'i'nnsii ALFRED STEVENS 1 1 si,-,. i uiin i Yet Loan hxhibition 1," n f ' -JT ' . Mi .11 m:m (ill. i l. nil. s oi Berlin i'hotographic Co. 305 Madison Ave. Beiwitu 41ib,nd ISd St., HOM EXPANSION JOHN W. PARIS WILL 1 SIT AT HEAD OF LONG ISLANDERS. JiJJt A I'resldon' at the ileal Kstnte Kx chanRo of I.kiib island, hit will preside next Thursday evening nt tho annual dinner In tho Hotel Amor. Mayur Oay nor, a-s irnext. of honor. Is expected to mako Important nnnounccmentH reKard lux now nipld transit projects. r.O.OOil. They aJo about evenly divided lietween the Niw York Central nnl the New Haven Itallroiids. LI il t the New Haven linn will get a vast Itiereiise nt the end of the. J car when Its now Westehester suburlxin division -will be finished for operation lilt the Now York end, llullders nro lining Its way ivlth new dwellings, many of costly typo. Tim country ns far us the other sldo of Now llochello will become a near (tubiirb of tho REAL ESTATE FOR SALE- BROOKLYN. Only $3,500 for a Brooklyn House! As nn fxpfriincnl, we delcriiiincil to crort n ntim hcr of allriifiivc .siiiglt) fninily lion.tcs, wilh n view to oiruriiiK lilt; puhlic Hint which would do more than nny oilier one thiiifr, wo know of to solve the problem of the increased cost of liviilg. Our decision respecting I he connl ruction of these houses was renehed after a most careful investigation as to the type of house, cost, convenience of locution, etc. Our study resulted iu'the production of the most interesting, cosiest nnd altogether most comfort nidi: little homes that have ever been ollcrcd to the New York public at anything approximating the (trice nt which we nit prepared to sell these houses. These houses are all of brirk, con tain six rooms, hnve nil modern conveniences, nre wilhin one-half minute of the car line, within .'!.) min utes of Manhattan, within one-half minute of the proposed lit icn Avenue extension of the subway, and we feel that there is not the slightest exaggeration in I Ik; statement that, all things considered, they nre by far the cheapest houses on the market in the City of New York. These houses are situated on Clarkson Street, between ")lsl and !eid Streets. There art; only VI of them. The ten inside houses will be sold for !?:!,o(MI each, and the two comer houses for $(,000 each. Cash payment of 10 percent. the balance in monthly instalments of from $W to $.'!(). This is a most unusual opportunity for people of small family, or young married couples, to obtain homes in u desirable nnd rapidly improving location at a minimum cost and upon the easiest of terms. We anticipate that they will all be sold within the neL few days. Hence, if you are interested, wo would suggest that you inspect .same immediately; otherwise you may be loo late. ' (I'niiirrlr Offlrei ('nr. Cliurrli uiiil I llii Airs., Ilrooklin.l How to del I hereby Flcvnted lirUhtnn Ilcurh 1.1m nlnl ami lrnutfr t I hurth Att'iiut Mil lion to Clmrcli nr Krlit Airline 'J n.llrv Koln nut. WOOD, HARMON & COMPANY 261 Broadway, New York. Telephone 6500 Barclay. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE NEW JERSEY. DO !T NOW STOP SLAVING FOR A LANDLORD OWN YOUR HOME Ilrre ! i f ' ' .stmi.tMil ft 111 nu, n t'I'iirst, I'lt.tt in ii !i nnUI i nr. ii! n.imWr frun 1 'o 10 t Out slion ,(MiU'letid llie; ulll im ni U csi H'-'i of t'K ("It Jl 111. It nut iiw tit. -.in,, inuntsr m ,ci 1 ,in v Vn in. Usui Jn.l l i, irtiinlts t., st Hm.oo. aim ii i i- ,i.l,,i ai i',i l,,,ai i l..e ,, WtotK ill ,ii , ia ,' , ilnrl ii.iiii,, ' lllHVi S .1 . :. II, I Kill I l'l I . ,'tl I'', i)M, l ,-A lt.Hlr.HI, I .nil, aft nuiiiiti-t fnMn .a Y.'ik. ttiiii l en in- .im.iiHti ,nt lii. J'llpm, fiill ,n , JI.Mll.l lull,. IIUOO llMH (J .11 Ulolil.il, S, ntt4r.lt l.i '-lill r f.iil rtlil. iilnt !., nam. I a,ltrrw um.t l luin. i 'in Twin State Realty Co., Inc. World Building, 63 Park Row, New York City, Suite 915. HORSES, OARRIAQES, 4C, WILL M:LI. vrrt , lioa,, atirnl luu-li,,rii totrritl vuk'si-. in k'"-.! i.itutiit'.ii, il.noo lta. caiucit), ftmiurly ui for lrrlne brif; out uf no U, raiuw ,,f Klutitiuj lutuuioliUra, AdJrfN A iw) World. metropolis. It Is onn of thu net transit projects that Is 1)lng actively dlsi'ountrd by homo builders. tftnlcit Island contrlbules I5.CV) a day to tho suburban How. With nssutance of n. rapid transit subway the. volumo would be two or three times larr within n few years, according to spe- i clnllsts in that iiuarter. I 1,750,1.00 Wage-Carneri Ride. As n round total the entire suburban dally tldo of travel embraces over 1,500,- Wd persons. Hut the counts show tho slnnle trips, arwl as each person is sup pned to mnko n round trip, thus belni? eounteil both coming nnd olnK, th real num'icr of travellers is half this total. r a lilllo moie than 7.V),ftiO. TM.s m onlv tho smaller part of the I dally iilctropolllan tr.iltb' ll''. honever. bi-ause tho sutiwny !s rirrylru !00,00) persons a day, tlio el.tvi'cd line nearly us many tnoro Hnl tho .siirfa'e lines lne to fi"t,'). It swells the total to at least n.oiii). The xrowui of tho flreater New York sin- e tho taklnR of tho census figure a yur a tto has placf.l the population at approximately r..f.si0. It Is estlmntcil t tt.it rullv l.i",'" of them aro wairc j earners anil that most of this number trae! on some of the transit lines overy 'day to nnd from their work. In the met Iropollt.in d strlrt nre "ioi.OOO people ami fully I T.vi.oco rldo every day between homo fti.il buelneH, Why March Isthe Most Dangerous Month. March U t lie moil ilangcrotM month of the. year because the change of sea son is more I linn n Rood many system ran stnnil. Too often it is true that the sick "Inst only till snrinft' Hut if tho system is fortified, if llie impuri ties arc driven from the blond, and the nerve tissues fed with wholesome ami tlrr.iiHtli-Kiving. food medicine, there is no danger in the rlmngo nt seasiiui. Kathcr John's Medietas it invnlilnlile ns a tonic in the spring. It strengthens the system and drivel tint the. poisonous waste matter builds up the body. It is this power that has made it so successful in curing colds anil nil throat and lung troubles. No weakening stimulants, morphine or other dangerous drugs. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Brooklyn. How to Ce! There by Trolley lUhl ..ie. Tnillcf illsret In Riicby, lliilhusli .vr. Truilrr. transfer. ring ut Church Ayr. In any Trol lej kiting rust f,i Ituchr. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE BROOKLYN. $100 i II Wllltlftil nmtm rnm.t msI1 t..w . -. Hi' kiwi, 7 rtfHiw. oi'itlfru lninmrrmrrvta. ."-c ..-. ,il nuu.ift. .nit . it.'Ml or nr-t tn t.mllr brick W.MH: iitinuif .Lout it Ui,i.r.ili off,,. htnUl il linger, CO UbfrtT VOW SALE. ,-.) IF YOU SAW iT WATCH ES AN P LYING AROUND OULD YOU PICK THEM UP? ,H'ELL, MERES YOUK CHANCE -l-0AWEtK aO'HS l?AWEEK IO() a-AWEtK ir 0ll CANT CALL, WWITC FOR RCD BOOK rvtCLASJis so a wttit 6ASTLE CASTLE BUILDING 1FJP?I!AL 206W.42St. R E D I T oFPHAMmtereirrs lll.lMil.SHs, Jfs.lr.-, dilltsrrd, runtrnUnt nil. lutnia ams.pt il, n.prnrntatlt. calls. t.Uitliaar. BVX1IICVTB COMIMXV. 11 ' H. lt,1. WA.MUI, Hill I . Allitt .AUf-Ultiad uu-ln-itcil 10(U l!l( Ih. !.( nf is tiki ii. dlVuiu nl tlm 1,'iilttd Statu, of iwvl (lianotar ml tcui,.ralr lutnt.. ttlni iaa ainak. rtai a write tin l.iult.li lamina. For lntotDutl.nl ia fly lo llfiTiiUlui Offlicr i'S ad it,, 71'J h it,. Saw iork City. 3ISI Fulton at llrwalju. ,V y, , 47 UiniUomriy at., Jfrafy Clly. N, J or o rrrruitlDK atatioti, Sunday World Wants Work Monday Morning Wonders. i i. i i n atXl i. aiai l im sg.