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Dr. Lyon's PERFECT Tooth Powder AN ELEGANT TOILET LUXURY. Used by peopiw of refinement. for over" a quarter of a century. ]ft* puOT^pbnEpjßNrrtißß A Thanksgiving Thought. The poet says: -The turkey is an emblem, in a way. of bigger thirds; M esteem him most when dressed with sage and thyme and gar- c r , with your dining-room it is tastefully furnished and decorated, your Thanksgiving reast will be more appreciated. There is time vet to allow us to "garnisn" and dress it with rich Oriental carpets-special lot reduced $35.00 to $145.00 (former prices SO3.UU to """Beautiful fabrics for hanging? and draperies —hut >fiur selections must be made now to be finished on time. • Li_«i Dining-ror.m furniture, of odd woods,— original and antique designs, at factory prices, as you "buyoptme maker** Gex>. G.Flint Co* Ab 46 ***> 47 WEST BiTST* NEAR BRdACmmVk FACTORY: IS4-AN© 156 WEST !9?STRCTt: THE RATLROAD TO PORT CHESTER. HEARING ON THE PROJECTED LINE FROM MANHATTAN THROUGH THE BRONX. The hearing on the application of the New- York and Port Chester Railroad Company for a franchise fo- a four track electrical railway from the Har lem River to Pert Chester and the Connecticut State line, which was interrupted about a month ago. was renewed before the State Railroad Com mission in the Fifth Avenue Hotel >'f" pr^ of the first witness to be examined was William C GottshalU the president and chief engineer of the company. Hr said that the company expected to run express trains from Port Chester to the Harlem River In thirty-one minutes and local trains in forty-nine minutes. He said that the cost of buildinp the road would be J7.251.C00. and the cost of the real estate to be purchased for right of way would be SIfiOO.OTO. Henry W. Taft. counsel for the New-YorK, -^e»- Havc-n and Hartford Railroad Company, in opposi tion to the application for the franchise, asked: •Do you know that we have had an estimate made, and that our estimate is much higher than yours?" • I know that we have an actual proposition to do this work for less than the estimate submitted." was the reply. Several real estate experts testified as to the value of real estate to be acquired by the applying company, and their testimony appeared to agree in the main with the estimates of the company. "William R. Bull said, in testifying, that the road would cut the estate of John E. Parsons in two. He continued: "1 don't think any amount o. money would compensate John K. Parsons for the damage caused to his estate. With Mr. Parsons there is a great deal of sentiment about this. Mr. Pans***! father had the estate before him. Mr. Parsons is a man who can afford to have senti ments in a matter of this kind." It came out in the hearing that the new road would run across the spot la the Jay estate which has beer, described by James Fenimore Cooper in his novel "The Spy." Witness said he thought the tract to be acquired on the Jay estate one of th- most beautiful in Westchester County. Joseph E Wood testined that he thought the value of the land to be acquired by the company in Mount Vernon was about Si'J.lTo. Eugene Lamnden. of Vew-Rochelle. said the property to be taken In Vew-Rochelle and Peiham a distance of three miles was worth about JI9I.TM. Mr. Taft said the New-Haven road had to pay a great deal more for Its rieht o: way. "We have always felt kind of sorry for the New- Haven road on account of the prices it paid for its right of way." replied the witness. "Consider the New-Haven road got stuck. asked Mr. Taft. „ . * "I am not prepared to say that." witness replied, "but the r.ew road can get Its right of way a great <!.--al cheaper than the New-Haven road." t George L. Crossman testified that the Peoples Guarantee and Indemnity Company had made a valuation of the right of way through the Bor ouch of The Bronx, and had placed the cost of the right of way. to be obtained by condemnation pro ceedings, at Jl .132.500. Augustus Thomas, the playwright, who wrote the melodrama "Arizona." is a resident of New- Rorhelle and he gave general testimony in favor of granting the franchise. His direct examination ■was brief. , . "I won't ask Mr Thomas any questions, said Mr Taft, when the witness was turned over to him. "But I would like to hear Mr. Thomas make & speech " , "I was not retained." Bald Mr. Thomas jokingly, as he left the stand. C. O. Mailloux. who qualified as an electrical ex pert, declared emphatically that it would be per fectly feasible, practicable and safe to operate the trains on th- schedule submitted by Mr. Cc-ttshall. Witness said the schedule allowed of a fifteen second Ftop at stations. To show that this was ample, witness declared that the average stop on the Manhattan Elevated Railway, on more than 400 tests, had been found to be Jess than eleven seconds. The hearing will be continued at Ml a. m. to day. VAMIETY EXTERTAIXMEXTB. Many persons were entertained at the Eden Musee yesterday by the concerts, the waxworks, including various new proups. and the exhibition of moving pictures. CinquevaUi still heads the bill at Keith's, and an other prominent feature yesterday was the living hr' studies. Other attractions were Bruett and Rivieres. Jess Dandy, the Todd Judge family of acrobats Dolph and Susie Levino. the Flood Broth ers, the Mallory Brothers and Brooks. Josie and "Willie Barrows and John Healey. '•Blue Jeans" besan It? second week at Proctor's Fifth Avenue Theatre. There is plenty of vaude * xtOe in the current bill, the leaders being the four Probyn Sisters, the Yalta Duo, Charles B. Ward and Emmonds. Emmerson and Emmonds. "Mme. Butterfly." with Mile. Filar Morir. as Cho- Cho-San. returned to Proctor's Twenty-third Street Theatre for a week. Continuous performances rule •here vaudei-ille constituting a good portion of the "bill This week's leaders are Dooley and Fowley. trelle. juggler; the Kln^sley Sisters, Teed and Larelle, Price and Lebear and Martin and Qulgg. . istln Daly's "Nancy & Co" was revived at Proctor' 6 Fifty-eighth Street Theatre. There Is vaudeville for introduction between acts, some of the entertainers betas "Billy" 8: Clifford, the three "VVesions. Carrie Graham and Howley and Leslie. For the first time in many months a bill of con tinuous vaudeville was presented at Proctor's One hundred-and-twenty-afth Street Theatre yesterday. The Hanlons led the list, wiTh "Phunphorall." which introduces the Hanlon Brothers and" an as- Bteting company. In 'A Quiet Family" the Hanlon Brothers appear as waiters. The Florenz troupe c<"ers Its acrobatic performers, and others who en tertain are Raymond and Caverly. Bennett and I'our.K and Reata "VVinfleld. Large audiences were; present at the continuous Tiance at Tony Pastors Theatre yesterday. ■a. . IM entertained by Leroy and Clayton. Miss Fior^nce I'.incley. ihe Crane Brothers. Fiske and - jc:. M:?s= Emma Krausc. "Billy" Carter. n<3 Jordan. Russell and Buckley, the Nessen. P. -,"U- and N< ssen Trio. Mills and Beecher. and De Los^. Benline and Hetz, Frank Bow • '.. v:t.-.cr.);h and Howard and Bland. \',T PROTECTED BY THE BUDGET. roll«r Colcr yesterday said there was nothing In' the contention of some Tammany employes that the Board of Estimate had made up the Budget for 1302 In such a way that all employes of the depart ments abolished by the amended charter would be transferred to bureaus under the control of the borough presidents and kept in the service of the city. Mr. Coler said: In making up the Budget we conformed to the provisions of the new charter. We did nothing one way or the other to protect anybody. Not a man i« protected who would not be protected by the new charter Whatever protection is plven is Riven by that instrument. The charter provides these trans fers and we were in duty bound to make them. Any other than the Budget" we made up would have been a fake Budget. The coming administration hag full power to retain the. men transferred, to <irop try c* them it sees fit or to add to their num ber. WEBER PIANOS All tha^t Art has conceived or skill devised in the production of a piano, is shown in the WEBER- Case designs that are strikingly artistic and effective in the simple and ornate alike. Mahogany. Satin wood. White and Gold. Flemish Oak, and English Burl Walnut. Special cases that are correct replicas of the Louis XIV, Louis XV, Renaissance and Colonial periods WEBER WAREROOMS Fifth Avenue, cor. l«th Street. Sew York. 60S Pulton Street. Brooklyn. James McCreery & Co, MERINO UHDBBWEAB ior Ladies, Misses and Children. Ladies' Swiss ribbed Merino Vests,— and Corset Cov ers,—with lonjr or short sleeves. White, natural or black, 65 c. Value LOO. Swiss ribbed Combination Suits, white, natural or black, $1.25. Value 3.00. Child English Merino Vests in small sizes, sOc. each. Value 1.-5. hird Street. Twenty- HOME NEWS. PROMINENT ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS. ALBEMARL-E-R. G. Erwln. of Hartford; F. P. Fish of Boston: W. C. Codman. of Providence. A c; T -, K _.i Edward Beech. United States Consul at Hone Eons; Frank M. Baker, Railway Commis sioner of Owego. BROADWAY-Harry Walter. United States Navy. CAMBRIDGE— Marquise de Talleyrand Perißord. of Paris: Prince Pogtfo Boasa Ruspolo. of Rome. Italy. GRAN'D-Georpe A Ferris of Rock Island; Brigadier-General W. S. ( Worth United States Army (retired); Captain Rush Wells ' United States Army. HOFFMAN-Con ,« man George N. Southwick. of Albany; ex- Senator Edward Murphy, jr., of Troy; Assemblyman Louis Bedell, of Goshen. N. Y. HOLLAND-Profes- For G F Tausplg, of Cambridge, Mass.; Beriah Will iam*' of Washington. IMPERIAL— CoIoneI Robert Bruce Gowan. of Cincinnati: Judge McDonough, of Savannah: S. Harrison Wagner, of New-Haven. MANHATTAN— R. L- Agassix, of Hamilton. Mass.; ex-Congressman W. M. Springer, of Washington: Professor Josiah Royce. of Harvard University. MURRAY HlLL— Burdei Loomls, of Hartford, Conn ■ W F. W. Hall. United States Revenue Cut ter Service NETHERLAND— John Philip Sousa, Jr.. of Princeton. N. .1- ST. DENIS-G. A. Dahl gren. of Chicago. STUUTEVANT-Ex-State Treas urer L. J. Fitzgerald, of Cortland. N. Y. VIC TORIA—A T. Otis, of Boston; Mayor Julius Fleischmann of Cincinnati; J. A. Sheffield, super intendent of Canadian Pacific Railway hotel sys tem- J T. MacKinlay. M. P.. Toronto. WAL DORF—Governor W. Murray Crane of Massachu setts- P. A. B. Widener. of Philadelphia; Colonel Schebeko. Military Attache. Russian Embassy. Washington. WHAT IS GOING ON TO-DAY. Municipal Aaaembly. City Hall, afternoon. Midyear assembly. New-York East Conference. Trinity Methodist Church. East One-hundred-and-elshte«nth st.. morning, afternoon and evening. Executive Committee of Church Temperance Society. meeting to consider questi-.n of excise amendments. No. 2^3 Fourth-aye.. 4 p. m. Meeting of Baptist Congress, Central Baptist Church. WeFt Porty-second-st. Torre'y Botanical Club meeting. Botanical Garden. Bronx - Park. 3:30 p. m. St. John's Guild, annual meeting. No. 19 West Forty fcurth-«t.. 8:30 p. m. Church Association tor the. Advancement of the. Interests of Labc.r. Bi Chrysostotn Parish House. Swenth-ave.. near Thlfty-nir.th-^t.. B:1S p. m. Mrs Kimie Maddern Flake on "'The Influence of the So- Called Theatrical Trust Upon the American, Drama." Nineteenth Century Club, Sherry's. 10:30 p. m. Eeawanhaka Corinthian Yacht Club meeting, Delmonlco's. 8 M p. m Th» Camera Club, meeting and <xhibHlon of prime. No. 3 Wen Twenty-ninth-st.. 8 p. m. Annual patherinK of Volunteers of America. Carnegie Hall, evening. Fair lor the benefit cf the Labor Press, Grand Central Palac* Lecture at School of Clinical Medicine. No. 32S West Forty-fecond-st.. .'irt p. m. Social Reform Club. No. 129 East Twenty-elKhth-et-. 8 p. m. NEW-YORK CITY. The Tribune has received $10 for Mrs. Ellen Kane, the aged woman who was knocked down by an express wagon and severely hurt at Flfth-ave. and Twentleth-st. on Friday, and who is now In the New-York Hospital. The Medico-Letral Society will have n dinner and meeting on November 20 at the Hotel Plavano. No. r,Z West Thirty-flfth-pt. The Church Association for the Advancement of the Interests of 1.-abor will meet to-niKht at the parish house of St. Chrysostom's Cha/pel. Beventh ave.. near Thirty-nlnth-st. "Tenement House Re form" will t>e discussed. The annual meeting of St. Jfhji's Guild will be> held to-ni£ht at S:3ft oV.ock at the Berkeley Lyce um. No. i& West Porty-fourth-st. The Twilipht Club will have q dinner at the St. Denis on Thursday evening, and will dlscusa the subject, ■'Whnt Would You IV> if You AWrr- Mayor IvOW?" Lafayette Post. C,. A. R . has issued Invitations for a recepfon on Friday nijrht at Masonic Hall f.> KM Torrance. Comma nder-in-Chief, nnd his staff. and Department Commander Charles A. <~>rr and staff. Max Wiess. who held Up two Bohemians In Fifth ave.. at Forty-fourth-st.. in broad daylight on Sun day at the point of a pistol, a? told in yesterday's Tribune, was held in CUM hail for examination by Magistrate Frann in the West Side police court yesterday. The Society of Medical .lurisp-udence held its an nual election of officers la^t nißht in the Library of L*jral Medicine. No. IT West F<.rty-third-st. Theodore Sutro was selected as president. Dr. c ;i ri Peck vice-president. John C West secretary, .1. Mc- L«an Shaw treasurer, and Albert A. Harmon cor responding secretary. \ N.w Collar. I. ft \V •Urr.E'-K.- "L.UBECK." K. &W. UA RIVE INTELLIGENCE. MINIATfRE ALMANAC. Bunrise 6:4< Sunset 4:45 Moor, sets p m s :So,Moon's, Moon's age 1 HIGH WATER. A M — Sar.dv Hook 7^4 Oov. Island 8:20 He!! Gate 10:15 P.M.— Sandy Hook 7:3a.Gov. Island B:usjHeU Oats 8:B7 NEW-YORK DAILY TKIBLXE. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 12. Two sorts of boy: The running, restless, rollick ing boy. n . , The sober, sedate, studious boy. Two sorts of boys' overcoats : A rough and tumble blue frieze or wiry cheviot; short; put to gether"to stay together; lining as strong as outside cloth. An overcoat that will laugh at your boy's efforts to punch holes through it. $7.50. An extra long, very full skirted overcoat. Crowded with style — vertical pockets, pointed lapels, small cuffs, silk shoulders; an oxford cloth overplaided with black and red. A really luxurious overcoat. $18. All between overcoats for all between boys. Every thing boys wear. Rogers, Peet & Company. 25S Broadway, cor. Warren. and 7 and 9 Warren St. , v fl(] or( lera .-.«> Broadway, cor. Prince. "* by moil. lam Broadway, cor. 826. and .M West 33d St. Blankets and Comfortables California and Eastern Blan kets in all sizes, including those for the extra long brass beds, the extra large double beds and the crib. We quote tor the standard sizes: Singte t*ed — (Price per pain I^.oo, 4 00, 5.00, o 50, 7.50, 8 '■o up to $■. 1 Double Bed (Price per pain $4.^0, 5.00, 6 00, 7.50, x 00 10.00 up to l?a Comfor/ables, ol down and lamb's wool, with coverings of sateen, silkoline, satin or silk, in a large variety ot designs and colorings. Wool Filled. , Silkoline covered, silk border, $4.00, 4.50. Silk covered, $10, i: -o. 14.00, 17.50, 10.00. Down Filled. Sateen covered, $4.50, 5.00, 6.00, 7.50, 9.00. Silk covered, $1:00. 15.00, 17. 50, 20.00. James McCutcheon & Co, 14 West 23d St. INCOMING STEAMERS. TO-DAT. Ve??el. For - Une. Lethlngton Greenwich. October 24 I'ontiuc . . Gibraltar. October 26 Medlt Patrla UsbOd. Octor-r 18.., Portugueie llarouette London. October 31 ..... . . . . .At Trans Hogarth Ht Lucia. November 8. . .Lamp «• Holt Amsterdam. . . .- Rotterdam. October 31 Hol-Am Bovlc .. .. Liverpool. November 1... White Star Ethiopia.." Glasgow. October 31 Anchor Peninsular Si Michaels. October 81 Insular Hohenzollern Gibraltar. November 3 N O Lloyd Irola dl Proclda Gibraltar. October 29 - Orizaba Colon. November D Panama Lampaeas Galveston. November 6 Mallorjr Xl Rio New-Orleans. November "....Morgan Prlns Wlllem IV Hayti, November 7 •■•■• ,I, I Hubert Barbados. ember 5. .Lamp A Holt Madlana. St. Thomas. November 7 Quebec A>r , Port Limon, November 5 Atlas WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER ia X Wm der Grosre. .Bremen. November 6 N G Lloyd Teutonic Liverpool. November 6. ...White Star 11 H Meier .. .Bremen. November 2 — Arkar.Fas.: Copenhagen. October 2S. State Line Fl Monte .New-Orlearin, November R.... Morgan Ar«pahoe.".'..V....:..Jack«nvlHe. November 10 Clyde THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 14. T >.,, T , O « ilres Gibraltar, November 1 Mediterranean Martello . .". Hull. November 2. .^ Anchor British Prince Antwerp. November 2 OUTGOING STEAMERS. Vessel. For. Line. Mails < lose. Vessel sails. Apache.' Charleston. Clyde — — 3:00 p m Finance Colon, Pnnama 0..->oam Ino p m Jam-town Norfolk Old Dominion. ... R:Of'pm El Norte New-Orleans. Morgan 3:00 p in Horatio H«M. Portland. Maine — - - iS?-" T li-iirla Varies Italian ».n» a m i..«i m loralma Leeward Islands. Quebec .. .12:30 p m 3.00 p m WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 13. Philadelphia Southampton. American.. 7:3oam 10:00 am Oceanic. Liverpool. White Star 4:00 am 7:00 am Soulhwark Antwerp. Red Mar 10:00 a m 12:00 m Yucatan. Havana. NY & Cuba 12:00 m 3 :00 p m Pretoria Bermuda. Quebec 8:00 am 10:00 am Denver "Galvepion. Mallory 3:00 © in ll<t<T«r!nl I <t<T«r!n Norfolk. Old Dominion — — 3:o<>pm rastlllan Prince Argentine, Prince 12:00 m 3:<Hipm Mount Verron Haiti. < "Am/ron !t:3oam 12:00 m M THI'RSDAT, NOVEMBEB 14 i. Savole. Havre, French T:iioam 10:00 a r.i Ydiw Santlap". NY & Cuba 12:00 m 3:00 p m Hamilton Norfolk. Old" Dominion 3:0 Op m North Star, Portland. Maine — ..:0<» p m SHIPPING NEWS. PORT OF NEW-YORK— MONDAY. NOV. 11, 1001. ARRIVED. Steam-r Llandaff City (Br). Andrewe. Brlptol October 2.". and Swansea 2."). with mdae to Jam's Arkell ■& Co. arrived at the Bar at E 88 a m. Steamer Vaderlaml <Br). Albrecht, Antwerp November 2 and Soutbampt in 3. with mrisc, 10.S cabla and £21 steerage passcngtrs to me International Navigation Com pany. Arrived at the Par at 4 p m. Steamer Caribbee .Brt. Mann, Demerara October 20. Barbadoes and 81 Vincent 31. St Lucia. Martinique and Dominica November 1. Antigua 2 and St Kins 3. with nrifie and 3 -cabin passengers to A E Outerbridge & <; o . Arrived at the Bar at 1 a m. Steamer Ferntlla <Br). O'Connor. Matanzag November 3 and Havana 6, with sugar to the American Sugar Refin- Ins Company. Arrived at the Bar at 5:30 p m. Steamer New-York. Staples, Pan Domingo City and Maoris November 1. Sanchez 2, Samana 3. Port., Plain. and Monte « - risti ■» and Turks Island .V with mdse and 11 cabin passengers to William P Clyde & Co. Arrived at the Bar at f»:20 a m. Steamer Caracas, Wocdrick, Porto Cabello November 1 Curacao 3. La Guayara and San Juan 6. with mds« and S3 passengers to Boulton, Bliss & Dallett. Arrived at the. Par at ll:4O a m. Steamer Mount Vernon (Br). FaUen. Port-au-Prince October 2». Petit Goave and Mirag.iane 30. Jerernie 31 Gonalvcs November 2. Pert Antonio 5 and Inagua •>' with mdse to the Cameron Ps Co. Arrived at the Bar at 7 am. Steamer Gregory (Br). Stitch. Manao October 10 »nd Para 25. with nirtse to Booth & Co. Arrived at the Bar at 5:40 p m. Steamer Proteus. Gaper, New-Orleans November 6 with nvise end passengers to R s Allen. Steamer Kansas City. Fisher. Savannah November 0 with mdse ond passengers to the- Ocean 8s Co. Steamer Colorado. Avery. Brunswick November 8 with mdcc and £>a««enjers to C H Msilory A Co. ' Adrrrttlirmrntii admitted Into these col- Titiin* are recommended to the render* of Till" Tltllll NT. n» thoroughly reliable, and liiiKlDein rra.n br done by mall Tilth the «d riTtlnrr* -with perfect Kafrty. Steamer George W Clyde. Staples, Georgetown. 8 C, November " and Wilmington, N C, S>. with mdcc. and paf»eni?ers to William 1* Clyde A Co. Steamer Knickerbocker. Post. New-Orlean« November 1 with md?e and pnnsengers to E S Allen. 'steamer Manna Hata. (Charles. Baltimore, with mass "steamer Bo vie (Br). .Tones. Liverpool November 1. with mdse to the Whit© Star Line. Southeast of Fire Island at i Sandy Hook, N J. Nov 11. P:*> p m— Wind south: light: cloudr. SAILED. TO-DAY Steame r» L*on (Nor). . Nuevltea. etc; Faglnaw. Provi dence: Prln«-MS Anne, Norfolk and Newport News. THH MOVEMENTS OF STEAMSHIPS. . FOREIGN PORTS. Bristol. Nov 1 I—Arrived, steamer Boston City (Br). Bar clay New-Tork. Bearhy Head. Nov 11 — Passed. nteamer Cormuelo (Br). Watson. Hull for New- York. *- •- Prawle Point. Nov -rani>.'<l steamer Rotterdam (Dutch). Voeße. New- York for Rotterdam. Antwerp Nov o— Arrived, steajner British King (Br). Rld die 'New York; Failed, steamer St Cuthbert. (Br). Lewis. New-York. Amsterdam Nov 9— Arrived, steamer rrin* Fiederlk Hen drik (Dutch). Van der (Iroot. New-York via West In dies and Havre. „. . v Bremen. Nov Arrived, steamer Bremen (Or). Merlen. New-York. v Chrli<tlanfand. Nov 11 — Arrived, steamer Island (Dan). Skloldt New-York for Copenhagen. Gibraltar. Nov 11. 10 a m — Sailed, steamer Fuerst Bli marck (Ger). Bar^nds. from Genoa and Naples for New-York. Pore Said. Nov 10 — Arrived, steamer Thyra (Br), Dunnlnir. Philadelphia and New- York via Algiers for AnJ«r Indian Port. Nov 11— Arrived, previously, steamer New holm (fir). Vow. New-York via Bombay for Cal cutta, etc. Montevideo. Nov o—Arrived,0 — Arrived, steamer Sailor Prince (Br), Jnn's. New-York for Buenos Ayres, etc. Rio Janeiro. Nov 10 — Sal'ed. steamer Italian Prince (Br), Anderson. New- York. Colombo. Nov 11— Arrived, previously, steamer Neptune (Br). Walters, New-York for Hong Konß. SAN FRANCISCO STOCKS. San Francisco, Nov. 11.— The official closing: quo tations for mining stocks to-day were a.« follows: Ata 01 1 Kentucky Con 02 Alpha Con 01 1 L Wash Con 01 i n rtf OS Mexican 17 Belcher 05 1 Occidental Con 04 Best & Belcher M Ophlr : •« Bullion Oil Overman 08 ,-aled.r.la 25 Potosl "5 rhallense Con l'« Savage «* cSSllir^? or. Sag Belcher 02 Conk"nrV 72 j Sierra. Nevada -1« F-on Cal * Vn 1«J standard 4.00 Con imperial :::::::::: 01 Syndicate <* Crown Point .13 Bt Louis OS Gould & Curry HjTnlon Con '» Hale * Norcross 1. Utah Con 01 j u a , a -... 01! Yellow Jacket 1« Justice •••• Oil ■ Tuesday, Nov. 1 2th. Underwear Department. Odd pieces in Gowns, Skirts, Chemises & Drawers ; 98c, $1.25, $1.95. Outing Flannel Skirts, (Spanish flounce scalloped edge), 45 cts. Eiderdown Sacques, 75 cts. Eiderdown Robes . in all shades, collar and cuffs bound with satin ribbon ; tied with girdle, $2.95 & $5-85- Flannel Wrappers, in fancy stripes and plain colors, $6.85, value $9.75. Silk Petticoats, in black, black and white and changeable taffeta, $5-75, 57.75 45, value $8.75 to $16.00. Lord& Taylor 9 Broadway & 20th St. Worsted Goods Department (Second Floor). We are showing a complete line of Capes, Fascinators, Shawls and Worsted Goods of every description. Special Lot of Silk Shazvls, in white and delicate color ings, suitable for evening wear, at $1.25, Si. Bs & $2.45, less than j£ their value. Lord& Taylor, Broadway & 20th Si. SPECIAL MENTION. AND IN THt WOBLD VST V AIDIN- l*N«. N.^ll 1901. ©'Neill's BLANKETS! This is the season of the year that every thrifty housekeeper adds to her store of winter comforts, not the least important amoncr them being Bed Coverings, of which she must have a plentiful sup" ply and they must be of that bright woolly warmth, giving appear ance, too, that makes one comfortable to look at them, and when she sees an opportunity to supply her wants to her advantage she grasps it quickly. We're going to give you one of those chances to-day by placing a limited quantity of our best quality blankets on sale at a liberal discount from the prevailing prices. Here are the details: 500 Pairs Eastern Wool Blankets AT THESE VERY SPECIAL PRICES. TEN-QUARTER !75 2 .45, 2.98 and 4.25 Pair ELEVHN-QUA-RTFR 2.10, 2.80, 3.50 and 4.98 Pair 2,500 Pairs California Blankets AT THESE EXTRAORDINARY PRICES. TEN-QUARTER 3.50, 4.25, 4.98 and 5.98 P..r ELEVEN-QUARTER 498, 598, 7.98 and 10.00 Pair TWELVE-QUARTER 5.98, 7> QO, 9.00 and 12.98 Pair Also Special Values in Bed Spreads, Crib Blankets, Plush and Cloth Lap Robes, Etc. Sixth Avenue, 20th to 21st Street. James McCreery & Co,, Exhibition of new models for Evening wear and the latest fur and fur-trimmed hats, including Sable, Chinchilla ; Mink and Ermine. A Special Offering • of 8/ Oriental Carpets, suitable for Par/or, Library and Dining Room, from $5o to $76 each, A reduction of l 4 from regular prices. LordS Taylor Broadway & 2oth St. Gimtisements. Dl 111 11 - DAVID BELASCO presenti Broadway Ami a St. Ml AKrI IP I II WEDNESDAY. M THE .U'CTIOXEKK. iI^IANNAKELD In De'koven" A Smiths LITTLE DfCHESS. WM fsamm WAIXACKS. 11l ni/PTT nO> LAST WEEK. UA I If L I I C.KSAIfS (SZ-1% ..^- IIHUIVCI I hkti-h* MONDAY, NOV. ISTH. COLORADO. HI lODAV/ HILL THEA. Lex. Ay. £ 42d Si. MUnnA Tmatixer every day, ssc. MARIE WAKWHIKHT in EAST I. >E VICTORIA. Evitb. at 8:20. Matln»e Saturday. 2:15. Elßle de Wolfe and Her Company. In gggf, THE WAY t°h- c WORLD, 411, pu Evgi. B:is. Only Mat. Sat.. 2:15 «pnu I ••• "• STUDLJAnI THE liowii: lIoVJtB. "•• "• oIUUUAnI lIItIKKHtSH CARXEGI^HALL.. ixc sO^"- fc^ A^ - Lilli Lehmann Mr REINHOLD HERMAN at the Piano. Prices II $1 .«>. $2.6 a Boxes. $1& Seats now on sale. at Bchuberth # ». 23 Union Square. ACADEMY OF Ml SIC. t Ith St. & Irvln«r PI. V^k. ARIZONA. 815 Price, 25^. 7^oo. V^™^^^ DDnmU/lV THEATRE. 41st St. * B'way. DnUAullAl Ev, at 8. Mate. Wed. & Sat.. 2. THE SEXSATIOX OK THE YEAH! Kt.AW & -I.™. MA>n- vrM^BjUM/ TION OK Heats THE SLEEPING BEAUTY tlnee S. AND THE BEAST. WE rurtTRF RF.rlßLir. 42d ■«.. west Sf BTWMT, GRACb CicUKUt: Mat? . wed. « sat. ,n, n !>>».< .Biair UNDER SOUTHERN SKIES. HORSE SHOW. g^^nrSe^forSa^-^ ** ~ ODanbattan theatre, "rsSTK yWR-S FISKLEL Mlrand* ot the Balcony. Ev. 8:20. Mat. Sat- 2:15. TRIMMED MILLINERY Twenty-third Street. nnnnrnnifl big vacdeviixe * comedt. riIUUIUII U I- '.-•-.. -,oc. SO HIGHER. liIUU 1 Ull U LAIGHTER the Main Feature. OOrf Of S"MME. BUTTERFLVie^V Lull 01. (Worlds Best Continuous Vaudeville. sth "BLUE JEANS *H^ CDTH .-NANCY & CO." OBEAI D Si UU Ol.> All Laushter. Splendid VaudevCe. I25 tt sst.:s h t.: VAUDEVILLE. 3u HERALD 3^ DAN DALY lilt NEW YUnKtRS. iani the Geo. W. lsssm KM< KKRIHMKKIt THEATRE. B '■*•*>• & 38tS «. Evenlns." at S:3O. Mat .-.• at 2:15. FOX EIGHT WEEKS. M AIDE ADAMS ' HCALITY STREET. MALiDJb AIJA Jli> ; 4la lit v street. LYCEIM Mill.. 4th Aye. A 234 St. XiTThursJay Matinees begtn This Wee*. To-r.lght at. S:3O. "Mats. Tburs. & Sat. ANNIE RUSSELL— A KOYAL FAMILY. >EW SATO! Tilt: \lltr. IBnsfeß i EBEN HOLDEN EMPIRE THEATRE. Broadway ,i 40th St. Evenings. 8:30. Marine* Wednesday an 1 ' '■ :7daj - JOHN DREW | SECOND IN COMMAND CHARLES CRITERION J^ EAT e K ?i,K<!r IROHMANS L.XI I LrV IVJII Bwaj-iHthSl. Eve-- BJO Matin?*? Wednesday and Satardaj. \VN- FAVERSHAPI i A Royal RivaL 4KR H X THEATRE. 33TH ST. « BROADtVAT. CHARLES j Evg,. vO. Mat. 8«. H AWT KEY j A Message from Mars. 3I\niSOX S«. THEATRE. 24TH ST.. NR. B'^AT. Evening* 8:30 Matinees Wednesday and Saturday. Ki«w*Eri«nper'- THE LIBERTY BELLES Tronhmlonr*. J __, G\RDK\ THEATRE. 2Trh St. * Mai'snn Are. M^WEDXESDAT MATINEE? BEGIN THIS WEEK. TO-NIGHT *:15. MATS. WED. X- SAT.. - CATUCDV ! if I were KI>G. SO HLK^ «U were kixg. ° ORATORIO SOCIETY FRAXK DAMROSCH. TOXniCTOR. Wo». IP. at 9. ELIJAH Mill 111 !■*■ f^ S V.I MESSIAH ■— * M ir| lß - PARADISE & PERI ' Subfcrlptlon Sale now open at B"X O-ce. PHILfIiRHONIO I SOOIETY Or" "ioM PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY OF MM MM ■5SXre-«»» v,,. n- :^ ; -^Vm_; 4 D minor. Rubinstein: BAKBAKUMA. -J'"*' li< " ! 5oX W OFFI^ I OPE^ DAILY FROM_9_TOj^ MX \ D F.I.HSn H X "A L L «.ts KNEiSEL QIiARTEt A?(<ls ted v : . m, HENRY HOLDEN ProKramme: HAYPN. Quartet ■ .r. I f;^ 1 ' Violin (MS «"' " me >- BEETHOVEN. Quartet In T "=*" k"s *sss2i N#l-50.N #l-50. now at ■■■■■■■*»» I MUSICAL ART SOCIETY 2 I SYMPHONY CONCERTS | l endu^Tby^^an^^^o^. | V «li Saturday Afternoon*. * The MESSENGER w BOV^ KEimsjriSMSiS ' ST. NICHOLAS — SKATING RINK, PI-BUir" ADMITTED DAIUT E-V-tfi * l .y, c Cectnrce. ■ j^dZr'' T ADY PHYSICIAN is prepared to^^ve Tribune Office, 'imnstinenrg.