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Meyer Jonasson & Co.
will offer Monday and Tuesday,
T*\ j New shape collarlcss Eton, pos
lailOrea tilHon back . fancy trimmed.
SHnrd throughout with silk. $?5°
UltS. valoc $35.00, at &~>*
A variety of etaminc suits, new
est shapes, fancy trimmed, entirely $vQ 00
silk lined, at
T"\ Fancy striped ctamine skirts.
UrCSS taffeta trimmed, made over silk
c . . • drop skirt, colors black and blue. %\U ->U
bkirtS. value $22.50, v at > O.
W|{ '^/^ Made with full flare flounce. 34
WalKing rows of s titchin ? . colors black, ... _ r
St. blue, Oxford and pray, 5/T /5
KirtS* value $7.75, at >J*
"Paquin."
A short loose, plaited Eton made of heavy
quality taffeta, trimmed with Russian lace
collar,
*9. 75
Two exceptional values in Gun Metal stripe effects. ;\
S.ll Flare skirt with ripple ruffle, finished _^
XiiSk with three rows of iasper or black *J /°
Petticoats. ruchin?, value $1350. at
Umbrella flounce skirt, entirely new 5 H 50
design, value $11.50, at ' ♦
•p • About 75 garments in Oxford and $"7 50
covert shades, former selling prices *
Coats. $n.50 to $27.50. at $| M-30M -30
BROADWAY AND 12TH ST.
HOVE XEWS.
rKOMINKN'T ARRIVALS AT THE HOTEL?.
lieutenant roior.ri Markh^m pf ' St J. f,':^.^,-
SLL-Colnnel S. E- Tiblman. V. S. A.
NEW- YORK '-ITT.
i^n b^n a course cf four l<«nr« <m
-Amr-iraii Muni.-Jpal Process' at the Tour*
sSrTcM-tl.. Association H.H. T^nty-t^ro. _
and Fourth-avp.. on iv«Jnwday at 8 p. m. This is
<,„. cr the. Bhi of DteMOMi fr« •*««■ for the
John Graham Brook,, nf CMTArlflge. Mass., •«!
«re« the m^> '1 partm«rt of th- Lealgue ««
Political Education at the B^rk«>ley Lyceum. No.
■ West Fortv-fourth-st., to-morrow evening at
S v oclock. His .übiect .ill be. -The Hardest
I^on to 1.-am in Politic*." a dtecuwJon v.ill
follow th- lecture. There *DI BIM U* recitations
by .m,, I^onora OReilly. h»ad worker of tne
Afacofr House. Brooklyn.
According to the new tvlaw, of the Board of
Kducatlon. rupiis are admitted to schools or.ly on
Monday In any week, except during the first t*o
,e.ek, after the opening of th- .-boo,, In Sep«m-
Mr The "2 o'clock dismissals- have h">n abol
ished by the present bylaws.
The Fanner?' Club and Horticultural Section of
th- American Inotitute and the Horticultural Bo
.io tv of New-York will hold their monthly meet
•np'on Wednesday L Illlg n«t in the Berkeley
I.veeum Bu:'di-c. Forty-iourth-st.. near Fifth
km Pwwfeßsor \Y. G. Johnson will speak on tn<?
••Relationship of Birds and Insets to Vegetation."
«nd Professor B. E. Fernow will tell about "Amer
ican Forestry."
At th- monthly meetlnK of the New-York
On«*loirfr.al and Biographical Society, to he held
next Friday evenlnc at the society's headquarters.
-Co r^ "West Flftv-eijchth-»t.. Edward Hagaman
Hall w-111 rive a talk on "Historic Jamestown and
Her Neighbors." to be Illustrated by colored lantern
■llfles.
Professor Joslah Royce. of Harvard, -will lecture
On "Recent Discussions and Conceptions of the
Infinite." before th- philosophy class of Bread
winners* College. No. 302 Madison-st.. this mom-
Ins at 10 o'clock. The. lecture will be. open to the
rmbllo. The members of this Institution, which is
m. brascli or th» Educational Alliance, are planning
to establish a fund to perpetuate, the. memory of
J>rofeßßor Thomas I>avidson. th« founder of Bread
»rtaier«* Collegrfc
Arjncutirtueii'.*.
E.&W.
. . ii'^i'*-. Jteaa mr cart* In street ear*.
MA m I TE T. L TGEXCE.
MINIATURE ALMANAC
tnnrlte 8:35:60n*-t 6:30, M00n rises »«m •:18]M«on'« as- 27
, HIGH TTATER.
•a v— «^nflr H"plt * G«v. I«land «3PO]HeH Gate 7:49
p.M."^fanay Hook Ri.'.s.Oov. island 6:30 Hell G»te 8:19
ISCOMiyO STEAMERS.
TO-DAY.
.-.„., FYoia. Line.
r ..,A'i m Gibraltar. Maich 1«... Anchor
■Vlr"Sr .T. .-Gibraltar. March 16 • -
££uMr"*":l- Hull. March 23..^ i^S 9^
g7*" ;:::.: riiverpnoi. «^;' h rf l 8 " 1
J, A .^" UrGrbrT;^r*'ila^ r h * . . '.M-'j iX V ta
r.,v^r\uruM'a^.S R varr«h. April 2 .-avermah
C fa°ll J oSa:;r..Na I , JJ e S . -March IS La Veioce
StocinaElena Gibraltar. Marrh 20 - - —
V^l» .NerW Marrb 1« Anchor
S"T--:-:^^:. March 21 P.-.rtu(rue»e ;
S^^ : z::::::^e^^ch^:::::;^e T^ i
rvo:.-::r vo:.-:: ,^-^rch «.... .....
•S.-Sy,"*"* 1*;.......5*in Juan. APrtl 1 NT* P B
.- ■.:«*■;.■. Bermuda. Aj.nl * ...-.-■ Q^e
lIOXDAT. APRIL 7.
. _^-~t PTn Am«:«TdaTn. March 27/ Hol-Am |
■ V^ooialil ./.- fopenhisen. March 2J Pcand-Am
BSl" "I"-. I.N>V-<>rl*an . April 2 <>romw»ll
a>".Mi..i,i..; .." Barbados March 31.... Lamp & Holt
folorado Brun«»ick. Ai>rll 4 Mallory
rCuroochee Savannah, April 4 p»vann»h
TT'EPPAT. APRIL I
•F-Mrl^ A <".rwu»..Bi»m»n. March 79.. If G Lloyd
•Mamcatr.n .. ■"ura'-'Mi. March SI Red rt
rvJooj, Ulwtnn. April 2 Mallr»ry |
- iv.ru tr> New-Orle«ns. April 3 M-r(t»ti
vr«:r>NEsrAT. APRIL «
K. «ir.r f"|f ?n-an*e». March 22 Bristol <~lty '
•C*l4ercn.*. Pt Lucl«. Arrl'. 1 . .... Lump a- Hr>i"t
•Brlnc« mail.
OUTGOIXQ STEAMERS.
MONDAY. APRIL 7.
' Ve»«ei For. Un«. MaJK r!o»-» Ve««el aail». i
fiu'-apfl'^t-. Norfolk. Old Dominion - 3-n«i r m i
TTESDAT. APRIL *>
ICremprlnz "Wllbelm. Bremen. N G Llo>-d 6:00 » m P.-^Oam
OrS& pi^a^a.'.T.'l*.".".*.*.".'.* 8:30 am ij«p B
Apache. Ch«Jlr=ton. Clyde .. 3:00 pm
b\ Yall». New-Orteani=. Morgan - '■• v m
Jam^torn. Norfolk. Old Dominion.... : . a:<w>pm
"WEDNESDAY. APRIL !>.
•t Louie, Southampton. American 6:30 a m 10:00 a m
H«*s«tic, Liverpool, White Star .. . •■ ■" '■ m 12:<:i0m
■Wlthwarl'. Antwerp. R*d St»r 10:00 am 12:00 m
Jbiacaxta, Hiytl. Haasb-Am VJ*>*m 1^:00 m
AablDe O«lve»ton. Mallory .~o<>pm
3*V9ntm. Norfolk. Old rK-mlnion - — 8:00 pin '
ypirrT\r, xews.
PORT OF NKW-TOIUC— SATTRDAT. APRIL 5. I^2.
ABBIVED.
Steamer L'Jranla (Br>. McKay. Liverpool March CO and
Queenstoun 30. with mdse. 319 cabin and 831 steerage
p. s«en£erE to \ . - rT - -,„ H Brown .\ Co. Arrived at the Bar
it 'j 90 a —
Steamer Jersey nty <r.r>. Garllck. Bristol March 16 and
Sivanc-a 3*>. with mdi to Jame« Arkell & 00. Arrived at
•:■• Bar at •: a m.
.-tear- St I<oul.«. Paai a Soulhamptoti and Cherbourg
Mar-h _f«. «!t!i lee, v>o cabin and 4i<f» «t'erapre pa?
ffn^ers to the International Jfavigation 00. Arrived at
the Har at «>:-io p m
S!f£tnfr illr.r.c-haha iPn, Robinson, London March 27,
Tviili mdse and 5>7 cabin pasameen to the Atlaatla Trani-
port Co Arrived at the Bar at 44"p m.
t-f-amer Richmond i"««ti» <Ur). McDowell. Havre March
8. ShfeUa 3-4 and Dundee SO. with mdte to Barber & O.
Arrived at the Bar at 3:15 •„ m.
ttfamer L'AquitiJne, iFri. Toncelet. Havre March 23.
•with ■ . !<«> and paseentterp to the Ootnpagnie O»nera'«
Transatlantique. «">ff Fire Island 7:15 p m.
Pteanicr Graf Waldtr?ee (Ger), Korft. Hamburg: March
23. Boulogne 24 and Plymouth 25, with mdse. 142 cabin
and 1.881 :■•:•:•■ | :-•■:£•:= to the Hamburg-American
Line. Arrived at the Bar at 7:40 a m
BtnainiT N«imrU. .Fr.. Sagols, Har«#lllea March 14 and
Naples IS. with mdse and MM Ktcerage jiasiengers to
.1 IV Swell * Co. Arrivfi at the Bar at IJOr m.
Steamer BaHlla atall '■'.!<■. G«noa March 12 and
Naples IS. with mdae and 1.064 Bteerace uwiiweinrri to
Funch. Kly«> &Co Arrived at th« Bar at 11 pm. 4rh.
Steamer Ancuate Victoria (G*r). Kaeir.pff. Naples March
24 and Genoa -•>. with mdso. 38 cabin and 659 f!»cra:«
pminpn to the Hamburg-American Line. Arrived a*
the Bar at 10:36 a m
Steamer Bl CUL Baker. New-Orleans March 31. with
rndse to J T Van Pickle.
Steampr Apache, llearse, Jacksnaville April 2 and
Charleston 3. (rith mdae ■■• ! passeniren to 'William P
C3rd« & Co.
Steamer Gujnandotte Hiller. Newport News at>3 Nor
folk, «rtth mJs« and passengers to the Old Dominion Ss Cb
SAILED.
Steamer* E"n?dick fßrt. for Bordeaux and Havre
Meaaba rßr). Laoodan; Mongolian ißr), Glafßow: Rotter
dam (Pulch". Rotterdam via Boulogne; Caracas, Ban
Jin!', La. Guayra. etc: Al><rhany fG«r). Kingston, etc;
Fontabelle. <I^r.. st Kitts. etc; Mexico. Havana; (Tmbria
«Bt'i. Liverpool: Washington (Geri. Klushini;; Camoens
• Btifn. Manchester: Alps <Gen. tape Haytlea, etc: Oarbv
brook iRn. Norfolk: Calabria iEr>. Naples. *tc: Path
finder. Porto Rico; Prma Willem II (Dutehl. Havti. etc:
L.ihn ier) Naples and G»noa: Maraval (Br>. Trinidad:
El Slelo. New-Orleans: Hamilton, Norfolk and Newport
News: Patricia (Ger), HamburK via Plymouth «nd ''her
bourp: La Br»ta*nie iFr>. Havre; Curltyhß, Mantanzas,
etc; Tenr.yfon fßr) Pemunbuco. etc: Comancbe. Charles
ton and Jacksonville; Gulf Btream. Patladdphia: City of
Macon. Boston: Lampasas. Key West and Galvejton:
Susquehanna fßrt. E .-• I>ndon: Uouiaiana, New Orleans;
Berk*, with one barm - . George W Clyde. Wilmini?
ton. X C. and Georp't-^wn. .- C; City of Savannah. Savan
nah; Chesapeake, Baltimore; Harry Luckenbach. New
port News.
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
roREBGX PORTS.
Liverpool. April 4 Balled, steamers Harna/Ilan cPrt Grlf
tith. Coion: sth. Saxonlß "'•-■ Warr. Xew-Tork; ar
rived. Canpania fßr), Watt. New-York.
Lizard. April 6— Panted, steamers La Piandre (I>utch).
Begpebarth, New Fork for Antwerp; f>:4<l p m. Haver
ford ißr». Ni"l«?n. New-York for Antwerp.
Lur.dy Ibland. April ■"• — Passed, steamer <*riKif:" City rßr>.
Hunter. New-York for Brirtol.
Jiiuthampton. April :. Railed steamer Philadelphia, MHI«
Ne»— York via Chertxmnc rand j.as-o-1 HunK Castle at
1:20 p m).
riinii«". April s—Palled.5 — Palled. yt^aniT Manhanset <Br). White,
New-York.
Klnsale April s— Paraed. stoamT Nomadi- (Br). Atkins.
New-York for Liverpool.
Antwerp. April ~>. 11 a m Railed. Fte^rn'r Kensington
ißr). Tliomp£"fl. New- York.
Havre. April .">, '.' a m — Sailed, steamer T.i Chan-.paen»
<I-Vl. Verlynde. New-Tork.
CberbourK. April 5. S JO p m— Sailed. *r«-am»r Philadel
phia. Mills. from Southampton for New -York.
Hueiva. April 4 - Sailed, steamer Bona (Br). IWvan.
New Y^rk
Cadiz Marcli 20 — Sailed, steamer Manuel naivo fPpsn..
-.■•..■
Genoa. April 4. ."> v m— Arrived. M*am«T Hoheniollern
• Gen. Cuppers. New-York via Naples.
Odessa. March 31— Sa'lfd. steamer Seriphoa (G-r>. Hl!'-
New-York.
Ferim. April 5 -Passed, steamer fsupponedl I>ow'her
Castle (Br), Watson. Yokohama, et.'. for New-York.
Yokohama. Aj.ril I— Arrived. steamer Adris (Ger), Knu'h,
New-York via Singapore.
Bombay. April r.— Arrived. steamer Que»n Alexandra
<Bri Harris. New r«rk.
swir»minrt». April 1— Bailed, steamer Gut H>II (Ger),
Schroeder. New-York.
Pernnmbuco. April a- Al rived. st'am'r Ea=t»rn Pr!n-»
,-p r , Jones.. New-York.
QVmnscmcnia
Mendelssohn Hall. Sp
GROSSMITH
ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME.
Beau |l fi "•■'. -' mtuon's. Sphuberth'F. Hotel* and
Ajrenriep. <~hlrkerlns Piano L>cd.
AMERICAN 4=r> ST. AND ; " AYE.
A IYI bKIvAIV Kv*». S:ir.. 2.V.. 35c. .V)-.
Mm. liaily exe't Hon.. -" j The «|iortlnK l>nclie»«i.
Xn VirHT [Nat Will!.. Hooker ft Davi-.
1 I Mill I I !J. Aldrtch Lihbey ft Katharine
Ted MnT•U^■ Hi* | Tray.' Murphy \- Nolan. Four
n_____lF.r f t ITiOC Cn. Hillf=. Murray & Aiden. and 7
Concert . zo, ouc .otne rs . M — * AKn anl 7
Uf.Lnr 9 Cidlflo' MUSIC TVwny At 8:10. Mat.«.
n6D6r 4 hciuS hall. .■-. .".nth. Tue». & .« Ht .
T^av 2 t%'e*Jts nurlef-que. The Curl an.l th» Judße. and
HOITY-TOITY Burlesque <* "DT: BARRY.'
RI ITtll THF^TRF Kv-nintts. 5.20. Matinees
bIJUU 1 IlLa 1 3\L. Wednesday *• Patunlay.
"Deserved nothing hut praise. "—Pun. I "All star
"Best -work of her career." — Herald. 1 rust."
"Bert •et«d ptey In town." -Times J —World.
fiE£!!2 BINGKAM c7ipiH7
in A MODERN nAGDALEN.
TIIK*TX»K f |1«T TWO WFFtf^ DO^T
ncnl IRI ir' i Ladl '" J nttfca - miss it:
REPUBLIC ! HENRIETTA
iS- GROSMAN
'ROSALIND
AS YOU LIKE IT.
IH\IMi PLACE thbatbk. EVn»ts.».
STAB i:\<. \(.i:>ii.\t DOW
bC the Ores.l Grmutn Actor, tJUFNIN
■tan. & T-jes. Kit BOWS In "DBR GEIGETCMACHEF
YON" CREMONA": "DER PRAESIDBXT. ' "DEB AB
BCHIKD VOM REGIMENT": Wed. & Thur*. Ev'g,
DOW in numac'i fonwdy. "KEAX": Kri. Ev'n & Sat.
Mat. & K. p. Kir-t Tiro. "KIWITTO." C O vn?<iy In
4 Acts by F. nOW. . '
teats from Site, to »^.."0. NOV." ON SALE.
* DVERTISEMENTS and (subscriptions for The Tribune
-.'i- rec«-ive!i at th*ir Uptown Office.
NO. 1.242 BROADWAY.
2<J door north of 31*t-st.. until 9 o'clock p. r-'r -'-
Advertisements will be received at the following I ranch
©ffio-sst regular rates until B o'clock !>• •■•• viz.: ■*•>■*
•>»« !»-»•■» »-.. ». c ear. 2S<; pt !.-,;{ Oth-«ve.. cor. 13th
st.: »2 l-n«i ilih-'t.: 2K7 W«t 42«1-»«-- b-t»e»n
"th and Bth aye».; 2«K5 West' l2sth-»t.: 1.33* 3d
»Tf.. between T6th ar.-i 77th ••' 1 ,02« 3d-»vr., n-ir
61M-*t.: 1.708 lii.gvr. rfir «>th-st.: 157 East
lUSth-Bt.t 75« l Trrmnnt-avr.: «."»O 3d-av«*.. rear
41-- «' 554 Sd-HTf.t SIO Blf»ok*r-»t.i .'l2. 1
BlrfcWfr-n. Brooklyn. .V. V. — 21*1 Conrt-»«.-
SBW-TOBK DATLT TRIBT*^. SUNDAY, APRIi; 6. 1902.
Stem Brothers
will place on sale to-morrow, in their
Cloak Departments
A collection of High Cost Imported
Model Garments
From
Doucet, Paqum, Callot, Raudnitz and Francis
at
Greatly Reduced Prices
An Exceptional Offering of
Women's Tailor-made Suits
of Black and Blue Etamines, Eton Coat,
Fancy Vest, trimmed with taffeta bands,
Coat and Skirt lined throughc it with silk,
Regular value $30.00
Silk Departments
An important purchase of
. Proche Printed Satin Liberty Silks,
. in very desirable colors and patterns,
I all of this season's importation,
Heretofore QIC yard.
9,500 Yds,
Women's Shirt Waists
On the Second Floor Only
Additional Styles of Imported and Domestic Materials
Pongees, Fancy Silks. Linens. Oxfords. Madras and Lawns
And a special offering of
■Gibson Waists
of plain colored madras, fancy stork collar and tie and
white lawns, hemstitched front and back.
Of Striped Madras, in pink, blue and red. ako
of white lawns, lace trimmed and tucked.
Special Sale of
"Handsome Parasols
Heavy quality fancy silks *2.95, 3.75
in floral and striped effects.
Extra quality hemstitched Taffeta Silks
mounted with heavy sterling silver caps,
folding handles for convenient packing.
Regular value $8. 50
Unusual Offerings of
Girls 9 & Misses' Outer Garments
Three-quarter Coats ) $5.50
of Black Taffetas, Peau de Soie and Moire Silks. \
with collar of tiuked white lawn or linen.
trimmed with embroidery. 2 to 6 vrs.,
(Girls' Box Reefers
of tan covert, red and royal paca cloth and navy cheviots. 5- af
velvet collar, satin lined, tailor stitchings, 4 to 14 vrs.. »^« fxJ
Girls' Silk Reefers $7 5Q
of black moires and taffetas, lined with white -ilk. 4to 14 vrs., • ■
Misses' Covert Cloth Jackets, $7 o g Q7
satin And taffeta lined. 14 to 18 vrs,. ■' >v, > * I•.
Misses" Silk Fton Blouses $ 0 7 cr
of Moire, Taffeta or Peau de Soie. 14 to «Q« Q yrs. >» J
On the Third Floor in their
Upholstery Departments
Ruffled Muslin Curtains. Pr. $1.05, 1.25, 1.40
Ruffled Bobbinet Curtains
with lace insertion and edge, Pr. $3.50.3.95,4.50
Irish Point Uce Curtains, Pr. $4.25,4.95,5.75
Cross Striped Curtains, in all colors, Pr. $.1,50, 2.25, 3.00
Cretonne Portieres jnd Table Covers
Suitable for Summer Cottages
( Plain centres and double borders, Pr. $4.95
Portieres | Figured centre s and single borders. Pr. $5.95
Table Covers, i yd. sq. 65c, i# yds. $1.35 2 yds. $2.95
Cretonnes, in. wide, to match portieres, yd. 75c
Shirt Waist Boxes. $? 7c; 57^
covered with cretonnes, in assorted colors. *t»i%> ) *J.J*J
Value §>75 & 4-7?
Oriental Rugs & Carpets
Antique and Modern Persian Carpets and Rugs, India and Turkish Carpets
iind Persian H.iil Rugs, in choice colorings and desir.ibie sizes, at
Liberal Reductions From Former Prices
And in addition will offer to-morrow
7^ Kazak. Ghendji and
Carabagh Rugs, i.irgc size^.
:on Selected Oriental Rugs.
West Twenty-third Street
C^tnnscmcnia. SUnnsemciUß.
KEIJT.H'B
J3L9L JsLm JL* Am JBLJSL. T\_r
RROADWW A 1-ITH ST. 'OMIMOIS I'l-.III'IPIMHMR. E. F. AIBEE - Grncrnl Mnnnsrr.
\\wayii Vl ' Il"s« Vaudeville Show In \nv York, nnj EASTER .NOVELTIES. "
WAV FDOtn AWIOXDBI 111 . ' »° Elf\Vl\ A 111. Mil
rEBDEDWARbs. HEM, kONMSi. W. HAWI.KV. SO-GREAT ACTS-SB
In '• Vll In t hr Fair." / ! CLARICE VAXCR. . _|ln "'-aught With •„,,.., : 9 .--j_ PR ICKS 2.-.C. A— i
BH^^ HHHHB^ MH HMB^r ! 1^ A I 9 ■' ■'"■■ * •*•••• ■--••« ■ " h «T.
/UN'S Mho Trail ITHrtltfP . ->^,l n^ «""»■■ ■ %# Wednesday & Saturday, 2.
llUarlDflllrtll Vll.'UUlL * . 3M >:. Coinmrnrlnir LXonday KreniDK,' April i.
Evening* at *>2'V Matinee Saturday. 2:18 PANIKI. FROHMAS Mnnae^r
SFVENTH ivnrx- — SPRING season OF musical, comedy.
™'i ii i"h vp tt THK AUGUST!!* DALY
MM. III.KBKI. I IMISICAL COMPANY
XC I O C V IIN THE FAMOUS CHISCSK
C, Li W EL ■ iMI'MCAI. COMEDY.
MISS EFFIE ■ | , _
SHANNON SAN
In Martha Morten's Original romfiy, AiA I
HER LOUD AND MASTER. VtaJT JfcJ^ A
MRS. FISKE j *— % — —
Thi* Week. Tremont Theatre, Boston. ■ 01
f _? 1 Vr I
PA SI NO Prc>a ' : ■"• .".9th »' Evening. 8. IS. Ca.t livings Mlnni? Ashley. Samuel Olllns M-lvill*
THE Nsai» sa^^i_ M^- «*-« a sag
Great LAFAYETTE ?££ iK NEW YORK, &V* TO-NIGHT.
DIG COMPANY OF k MERRYMAKERS. SACRED CONCERT Id B«h THFITrp .1
THE LIONS BKIDL sa*2ftsWr * hall of fame.
NOTE I-- v PRICES B%ZBr WINTER GARDEN -; •s^& *'
Value $22. :r >
7,75, 11.50
„t *5.75,
NEW YORK'S LEADING THEATRES.
EnPIRE THEATRE br a °4 d^h^T GARRICK THEATRE. R.^i S
CHARLES FROHMAN • ■•• •- Manaser rHARLES FROHMAN • MANAGER
6th & LAST WEEK. «h Crowded Week
Last Matinees We<lnes<2av ft Paturdar. *l» I lCliy CIUWiICU VVCCK.
'A hit."— HeraM. "Unequivocal success."—^un. "\ (j^cM-d hit "— H>r»M
EMPIRE THEATRE: COMPANY. ■ THE uuomNO RECORD RRO|(FN .
Charle* Rich man nnd Mnrenret An«Hn. "Entire sticce«s."— ?un. • "A hit." — World.
Presenting Ludwi ? Fulda's + ad Come^r. CMMMMMM FR«»H.MA> |'RK«f\t'
THP Tlm/IW EDWARD E. KIDDER-S AMERICAN PLAT.
IIIL I Win OIOILI\ CL /w CADIVVI
-on. or aSsrsfer- 1 ??^?^ Ex,,.,,. or\ V rA n IVI .
MONDAY, APRIL 14. "No work sine© Shere Acres' had more rjrelr •-•
Se, t , Ready Thursday. Or.M^ urnpb^r-Sun.^ M. vtet. »»« — ka« rt M
EMPIRE THEATRE COMPANY. mral plays of the pen-ration. "-Mail and Expre«s
" ' ..,, . „<,<;■* "Soee^M it Is without the shadow cf » doubt."*—
Inc!u<lin?: (Jhsrley Richman and Marrar»t Ansrlin World
THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST. Z^^T ; <^^ 1 V
MFW CAVnV 34th st. * n-war. ~ charlks »■■■■■*■
llLlf 3/\»UI Evr«. S:ls. Matlneey. 2:15. .-.--(u.uwnPiTßr ITwav * lift,
HAR^ <rr< HMAN i l P ,; AY « CRITERION THEATRE X?« « 4^;:
"Ranks far ahead of the numerous dramaMz-<l n\\in BEU%!»CO
n°"This7lan °"This7lay i- m mere dramatization of a novel. It> PRESENTS MB?
•'This rl^iv Is r" m«>r» dramatUafirin of a nov»l. Its CNTS I "- 1
» play, and "a mighty cle\er and exciting on« at that.
ROBERT EDESON | 3^^"^
-A triumph for the a-;tor. Work «f a v»ry high {^J r^_.rV JL JcLIJETm. .
order. — Hpra I '^- Rlcnard Harare: Dm i in His New Plaj-.
SOLDIERS OF FORTUNE. DU BARRY.
stac* Varaloo by AmuatiM Thomas. m^- •— ■» ■»
. Maracement. Henry B. Harris. ■ ONLY MATINEE SATURDAY AT 2
•Deliehtful production: Fplendidly a%-r<"i; artl-tl-ally . J _ _ . —
■taced."*— "World. .. Z*'X77/'"»l*'£'DZ?/ r V"'R*'CE> THEATRE.
••Many players ■■•r morn than ordinary merit. — AiViCAxi/Cx5L/U i\_CfC gwayjt SStH-tt
KK s ww E d>km,av AM^vrnmAV. al. HArMAX^^;-- M ;;- Satu - y^r tOri :..
UiniOnU Oil THEATUE. At S:3O. 14Tf , UKKh-'Ulll T«» lOrtTH TIME. ;
MAUIoUrI O^« B'way & 24th st. Mats.. 2:l*. >IKON &. ZIMMERMAN PRESENT
CHARLES rR R HMAN 6VVVViV;Vi .^^---.Man«e r FRANCIS WILSON COMPANT
"A laush for everj" square inch of dialogue. -Erg. rl\Al\vJ3 VYlLjWll j^ peopls.
SUn llfSI I III! flfll I ICD i a r,eo. Rl^ardes-s London Gai-tv Succe^
WILLIAM COLLIER tmflni? Hft 0 D
ManaE-mer.t Jacob Lltt. ±V * •• •■■ *™ °' '■• ■
•■"-oilier proved again that he Is, bar n °P*-, '"' ,™^ t ' In ra .t r- nr i«tie MarPonaM. A ■"'<• Rirrhie. ytmxtXm
original, unctuous, unself-cons-cious and W l *™ l * Ravtnond. J-nnie Hawley. Qu--Tii- V=..sar. Joseph
-omedian on the American is- to-day. —Alan Dal-. . v „_ rf-i . Rroderick. Melville Ellto. Wffitain .
i mat'i\f,k< wKi)\K>nn a >\tiichm. '■"!'''■ J>?eph Fay. Robert Evans.
pi
63 C
PROCTOR'S
AMD WEST OF PTH 2STH FT. &
23 ST. SIX SW. BROADWAY
2.% 50- Re!> »: Bx. St.. 51. 25. s<>: Re.. "■- ■ Bx. Pt.. 51.
"continuous. PTJEDERIC bonp.
M^RTINETTI TROUPE. ADKLAIPE KEIM.
"T>~>M SAWS * DO AND THK Bl<s .-T< •' K.
sa^. t^rt^ " t « i i i k« ; 7. i l i rV.' ) :
tj,~ J MORTON BIH(.I.\RI.
25— STAR ACTS BiG VAUPEVILLP.
■■Aril NEAR 4 (■ T II NEAR
58 ST. THIRD 125 ST. LEX. AY.
15, 2.v Aft.; Et«T. 2.-. 50c.: iv 25c. Aft.; Eves.. :••. '"!•;
75c. R^.: Box Seat-.. SI. Baa "•■ ■■: Box t^-at.*. $1.
' CHAS HOTT'9 BEST. THE BIG STOtTv IN
•V riixTK>TKD "OIR HOARDING
WOMAS." HOI IK."
FAVORITE "prrOCK. ROARING CpMEDT. _
bio VArr>BrriL.uE; BIG VA T r^.\ ILEE,
FULL ORCHESTRA. FILL ORCHESTRA
SOUVENIR MATS SOtXVENIR AT-.
FOR THE LADIES. FOR THE LADIES.
SUNDAY CONCERTS ALL >. V, HOUSES
\KW.\BK-Ilpflneil VntnlcvlH*-: I•«»»»I •«»»» »*ri<-»"».
illlUnlA Broadway and 7' 1 ! avenue.
p. ? «, «.1V Matinee, v:*4. & Sal . - 1-'
Prices 2,00, 1.50, 1.00, 75, 50c.
rD rwrH II Moot complete and •—•.•'.>
*- IV. L.IV/ n ii on,* Opera organization
O t-» V D A II aver "brousht from Fran<-».
I ORCHESTRA OP m
COMIQUE II COMPANY OF I"- 1
REPERTOIRE FAR SECOND WEEK:
n^;,£! LES La Belie Helene
TVEIX MAT. * - "*
n- NES La Jolie Parfumeuse
"SftA- BOCCACCIO.
* < \T MAT .
satirpay La nascotte.
for foKo^lng -»>eJ<!» announced later.
nnnin \ir * v theatre. 4i*t »t. & B-w*y.
BRO AD WAY Bvp. ». Mat.. --* & Sat.
IACOB LITT Proprlet-r
WED. MAT., Prices 50c. to 1.50
Klaw a Erlanr^r 1 * Mammoth SlsO.*v»> Drurr I^"'
Pro4uct!ca.
\ SLEEPING V Gill
— \ BEAUTY \ Crowded
Packed \ *>di«e 1 Month
to the \ *SD THF \ MOnth
t«L \ BEAST. \
THE nir.<;F.sT. HIST PRODI « 1 I< > \ n
OFPRIIRn TO tiik. AMERICAN nkm .
at 9S C
at l .25
$ 5.75
HERALD
METROPOLITAN S^?|
i-o-nvricSrHi 1
AKD Hl** HWO.
THK. OM.V MlM< \;. «»K«. \lZ :\Tin> i TO
MIIK»«KII,I1 PLAY THE KOI H I.RI »l
V V, « mrs IV rm: A\ OR I.D— I.OMIO>. PARIS.
M-.W V*»HK \M> HKHI.IN.
\EAV MM.OIST!*. >X W KM OHI
POP! I VII PRICKS.
rdX OFFICE OPEN TO-PAY.
Mi.Vl> XI. S 011 X »i Ai,l. .
LAST CONCERT Tue*. Kv'r. April S. »t «:!Si
KNEISEL QUARTET
v, -,. -,.i br Mr HAROLD BAUER.
Pronrnmtnej SCHUBERTH. Quartet. D Minor. O?.
p^«tli ; BACH, S-->na'a . A Major (Viollr. ant Ptanoi
r>i\,i . "(julntet . for Plan*, two Vtolln*. Viola, and
Vlolfwirelin. .
'i:.i«'. fats. *I.«V>. at Schuberth'*. 23 Union t-i.
V A / A I I A /^I/'C B'way 4 3ftth St.
WALLACK S £££* Mat, **
LAST O KIGHTJI
of th* *-?h nivrtli of success.
KYRLE BELLE W
In Han let Vori'n Pla>-.
/\ CCNTLEIVIAN Or FRANCE.
Lci»t. Matln?e.i TTednesday an.l Saturday.
N^^ T C I'rr .-!i;i< the r^sular p^rforwari'-*
KJ I C I at the
)IATI.m;K. SATURDAY. APR 1 1. irrn.
The lialcony Setttt from
ROMEO AM» .M I.IKT
K:rl- B-lle^v a<« Raneo
Kl-an«r R..h^.n... a« Juliet
MONDAY, \ fill I I till.
1.-. l>!.>trlohstein's new play.
TIIK LAST APPEAL.
SEAT BAU9 OPENS THURSDAT. APRIL I<>Tfl.
HARLEM IE
I JULIA
[MARLOWE
WIII.N K>I(;11T|1OOI) WAS IX I'LOWIIR.
• •m.V M \tinki-; SATURDAY.
Nxr m EM* De Wolfe. -THE WAY OK TUB «OKi.h
academy i; 11 ; I,^1 ,^
E. G. Gllmore* Eueene Tompklns.. .. .l'ri>p'r» * M'g'rs
LAST WEEKS
UNDER 7 Blanche
2 FLAGS - „ B* es
Prices— 25— 80— 73 — 1 00. Mats. Wad * Sat.. 2. ■>»*. 8:1*.
5 14,50
14.00
Slmtisemtnta.
Sousre I »th >=t. ; Manaseraent
Theatre. I * IVwar. Sm !*• t : h'>i' v " rt -
X <■ WHITNEY PRESENTS
-4 LULU _~
Claseß
IN THE REIGNINO
SIVSICAL SUCCESS.
DOLLY
VA.R.D.EN
i s«r AI. .MATINEE SATVRDAT.
float* ran be .-eoure i K'^'ir \Ve*K«
Aheaii.
'Amnsemcnif.
! PIDP!IV MAD. SO.
bllfuyd GARDEN.
; Greatest Success in Garden's Histor.
Crow3»<l house, fwice <Jaily.
ONLY 12 MORE DAYS OF THE GREAT
ADAM FOREPAUGH &
SELLS BROTHERS'
ENORfIOUS SHOWS NIT ED.
sensational, Exclusive Features,
Inclu-iinsr Piavoli'.* D»ath r>ef>-lngr
LOOP THE LOOP,
TTib lallc of the r"wn.
THE AURORA ZOUAVES.
Ju«t return"! from a Tr'.umphaT ronques: rt Europ-.
where th". nobility an^ royalty pronounced tfc?a the t? * st
Prtl!«l Soldlws in t^» WorM. „,,,..,
THE TEN PEERLESS POTTERS.
Greatest A»rial A<;r oil Earth.
THE 23 CHAMPION B*8EB«i( RIDERS.
f i |. r , DALJJE MAN an I EMITA. STICKXBT- ■
MINTING, the Unicycle Marvel.
AN ARMY OF FUNNY CLOWNS.
Hnsr#» Heroic Hlppoilronifi
PR!'":-:? (Printed en Tictcetsi
NI^IIT.- AND' SATURDAY MATINEE? Boies
i« seatji Jl2. .-incie !«.-at« .<2: <*'ntra! Box»» i 9 »»3ts'.
• $13.20. sir.sl« seats tI.«J Flr.n Titr Boxes --5 seit»> **•
• -:7s> seats 91; Arena seat?, first •»• row*, oer.tn.l $; *». .
, balance tl: Fir«r Tier ml Balcony T.V.
! At*. MATINEES EXr-EPT .saTT'RDAT— En'tr- Arr:*
j .<a'«. SI; r:-«' Tier. sOe. CSIWrFO ur.'i'r 10 r-ars. ''*'*
■ .... to all Matfne~» only.
Abi ■ a ti.-ket» »old In al%-anre
I Scon.l Balcony, r^c. -t C«tTi »t. onft . Gan?ry. : ? - ••
I 2Tth sr. <rlv; ju-iM only afr»r •i-" - >r^ or*" B^"^ offlca ep*iv
!!> A. m M ."nday. D^in't buy ticket.* on the si.iewalTk.
r A X > Xt» I X HAM..
ORCHESTRAL \ To-night i
CONCERT I XI - 2 !
SCLOI?T:
net. i: \ »i -••
! ov.rt-jr- • Fr«f,-huerz • : . ,1M»
[Concerto! r. f.ar N«. .'. Befttoten
: i*\i»i:KK\v«iKi .n'p ok'-uf:>tka.
; .----• -Queen Mab" B-rttei
: I.IUM P OK r*OI.O!»
\m ■! ■ Ml
rh» of tbe Varkrrtea u^»y2?r
SEATS $1.00 TO 52.00.
Box Offli.9 op-»n all day.
S'eimysy Pian>> used.
CARXCBIE HIM. Mon. Erg.'. April •'♦. at «:W.
H.VNORI/S ORATORIO.
"ISRAEL S^ EGYPT"
.LA»T prRFORMAXCX IN" 1S»1
! PEOPLE'S CHOBAL UNION i--w^
in \\k DAMROsri! Cornt^ew
.AM.M5'*. Mr. lli«««Mii •?«» llo**. NTr? llnmlen-
Mulnnil. Mr. KlM*nu Vmi »!<><> if, V- JO»Pl»n
Hflfrn-tcln. t'r. I ::rl Unfit.
. Popular Prices £ r£n;y h,H"i ? r;>w>
j r*a<it6ii ■AI. I. -
s.vrrßixw aft., afril i-. at 3.
I .IOSKF ' -» :
! HOFMAIMIVJ
i GERARDY _^
KRSISLER
! M^na.-m-nf HKNT.T WOLFSOHS
! 2 i.Vi M ITI>KK in SEW YORK.
POFTIIAB PRI \MMV
I Seats nm at Schuberth's. I>t«?n'^ & bo^ g~c^ ... -
■ "»;KTnopoi.iTA> orcm Bor»«
', Mon.lny Eve., %pril »M. it 7^4*
Farenell Perforraanc- of «ir«nd Opera.
T'nder the Direction of MR. MAIRICE GKXC. _
.T\"he.n all the prin.-tpal artist.-, of the osmw ,22
make their la.«t appearance In Amertca previous to r[ »" r
' <!»pirture for Europe.
Tiia folJowlng Prosramme «!!1 be pr»*enteJ: __ ;
t I. CARMEN Art 1 in f»|3l<
1:• niK uai.k' >:■: Act Itn <'f-^.-"*ji.
I 3. I>A FII.LJC DC REttIMEXT Act 2ln JL R^-;VQ
I 4. OTEU/> Act * in ITAU-*-:
j 3. LTAKRIfAIXE Act S in . .^ V -v4
!«. FAVST - *« 5 m FRENCH
i j,., a.' M«tl A ' M begins Tn-".. Apr IMh. » *. ™
! »r further p.irticular* see rn»xr Sunday papers
WEBER PIANOS ITSBI" __
I oa~cttH>»^ (i>\n\i"i> ISO*
. 1 ."A^ I V7l\, w» ,in(/ .Tor.
GARDINER ft VINCENT. MR. ■< MRS ''NT TAR
|»EU DTXON BOWERS** PIXOX. .IA.-3. Rr<"HMONP
GUrNBOT i-HINQI'IM..*. IXIM AN PRINCESS. .3
; :.i rrt-K.KiKr.lv MASON. FRAN. :-;s A CO- SJS*
f;. >~S ,v 1.-:«l> BROS ABAOV. • SKSSF.N. =;nvTTl9*
■ NESSEN WM. MORROW. KK.NNKr>v * AVILSC«.
! iI,!\T"V BITRGESW.
t THK AMERICAN VtTAORAPH
PASTORS TO-NIGHT.
i Annual Benefit to Harry S. .Sanderson.
, THE WOSPER CONCERT OF THE TEAR.
I NAT WIIX3. DAN ' jicA »
! THE Dt>XOVAN». JONES. GRANT 4 JO •;
' ARTIE HAM-- S?,C.t R <«stS
! MADGE BUJS. PRIN«'E >aT>! J^l
i JIIIIPR4V Kill Thea.. I^t. Ay. & 4.M St. , j<<< |»»j« w
''• ur V IVAI vx Price.. 2.V.. ;:.-■ Mi riCf^^-^SQPW
PINK DpMIHOS
HENRT V. DONNEtJ.Y a< JORKIN TTEE^
BEATRICE HERFORD
In •-<••• original nwvßOfcuuH. Berketer Lyceum. A?rlt
! M. at I P. M. Tickets for »a> at Berkeley Lyceum.
i or Tyson's. sth Aye. Hotel, ■• Hotel Wsldorf. _
I*TH ST. •«-»^*r<%r • JOS " HART '
THEATRE. IF Oj*T CAERI?
I Jlat«. Wed. A Sat. l/iDII klflyHl DE MAR
i 31> NTH IVKflnl/rlll ASO othfr^
! CnFM I WORLD IN WAX. Se» Groujtl
LUC-IN c I X EMA T O GR A P H . v
•Ml > X I Through London with Dlcften».at 4 » *•
GRAND : : FLDBODOBI jjj^
Mil JOHN CHFSHIHE'S EVE>l>'« *ii * C ? RR LL T *
" CARNF.'HE LYCEUM. Thursday. April 10th. •* *
I Tickets $1.90 anj $1.00, at t!ia hall. . .

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