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MME. JAXAUSCHEK DEAD.
%VeU Known 'Actress Expires at a
Home in Amityville.
Amityville. Long Island. Nov. ».-Mrr,«. Janau
•chek. the -well known actress. died at Vie Bruns
%rtclc Horn* hare last night. She was seventy-four
yearn old. About four years «*o the had a stroke
of paralysis, and sir.cc then had been gradually
UlUttM She had been In the home here for -several
mouth*. Th* arrangement* for the funeral have not
let been made.
After a long and honorable stage career Fran
eesca Eoniana Magdalena Janauschek has died
Without having regained the health she had sacri
ficed »nd prayed for since she was stricken with
r*.ralysls two years ago. /Her last years had not
been made easy with the luxuries that should have
followed a life no successful, but there is no doubt
that Mme. Janauscbek'B pride was grievously
wounded by the exaggerated stories which have
lately appeared about her poverty. Abject pov
erty she had not known, as her letter to 'The
Dramatic Mirror." written In July of this year.
testifies, and It were far kinder to dwell only on
the years of her life when she was active In the art
the loved.
Mme. Janauschek was born in Prague. Bohemia.
according to the best obtainable records. in IM
She was taught to play and sing, becoming at ten,
so It Is said, an exp«rt musician. At fifteen she en
tered tha conservatory, where »he learned Italian,
MME. FRAKOESOA JAICAUSCIIEK.
Th« actress who 6!fcd yeßterday.
(Photograph by Rockwood.)
•nd where the teacher of elocution discovered her
rlfte In that line end paw to it that Hie forsook
the opera for the drama
Her first pert was taken at Prague— Carolina In
"1 Will Remain Single." After that she appeared
In ''Come Here." the play which, adapted by
.Augustin Daly, she played for the last time In
English at Proctor's, la New-York. In UK. When
the was but eighteen two year* had done so much
for her that ehe was encaged as leading woman at
the Btadt Theatre, in Frankfort- where ehe play.d
for eleven years In a great variety of classic parts,
laying the foundation of the power and versatility
•which characterized her later work. It was the
Eort of training few actors who show early prom
ise can now secure In this country. After this
training came a year or more of travel as a star
Sn Europe, and then ehe was made a royal actress
«t the Theatre Royal, In Dresden, with a yearly
salary of $2,600. We pay our stars better In Amer
ica to-day at any rate.
In 1*67 Mine. Janauschrk came to America, open-
Ing as Medea, in German, at the Academy of Music.
Ehe came almost unheralded, for our German col
ony as smaller then; we had not our present
managerial Napoleon, and the. apparently, no pas
elonate preps; apent. A few students who saw
her. however, felt her force, nnd Aupustln Daly,
dropping in one right to see the Bohemian actress,
lost no time In urging her to study English and
return to America with English plays.
When her reputation was established, there fol
lowed, also In Boston, a most remarkable per
formance, one that at the present time has fresh
Interest from the fart that a hue and cry Is going
up on every hand 'ugainFt the proposed polyglot
production of "Romeo and Juliet'"— the Bernhardt-
Adbms combination. At the Boston Theatre Mm".
Janauschek played Lady Macbeth In German to
tdwin Booth's Macbeth In English. The rest of
the company all «t>oke English. Mnif>. lanauschek
records that, while Bhe had already picked up
tome English and had read the English text care
fully. Booth knew nothing of German; so when
#he was close to him Bhe save him his cues by
rentle pinches. The first English Interpolation in
lier opening soliloquy, the cry of the messenger,
"Th- Kin? comes here to-night!" struck the au
dience as funny, raising an audible Utter, and em
uarrassing the actress, but at the entrance of
Booth all laughter ceased, and the bilingual dii
logue moved botn th* actors and their audience
In the way intended. Bo it would seem that the
objection to the Ad&ms-M»-mhardt production must
rather be based on the difficulty of pinching fo
cues in the balcony Fcene than In the unpleasant
Jioveity of the Idea.
In I*7l Mane. Janauschek returned to America
after hard study of the Bnsdlsh language and for
twenty-flv<» odd years was a commanding figure
on our stage, Playing a wide variety of palls but
«U««ya with power and sinc-rit7. if you add tha
thought of dlgnltj reserve power and elocutionary
distinction, abe was what Is often called "a great
emotional actress " great.
Many of the parts that won her distinction In
>merl 2 a were those she had learned to ray n
Germany. Her Brunnhllde. especially, was popular!
r-«yed at . first with «orae mlseivl, M that tne story
•would not be known, but with greater confident
after she tried it just before the seron.l Warner
festival In Boston In 1577. Deborah. Med-a \larv
Etuart. Lady Macbeth. Ffermlone. Bianca cVther
ir.e- 11, were others of her classic or pseudo-elassio
J'arts. But perhaps she is still better r'-tnemijerod
for Meg IferrlUes. in an adaptation from Scotfs
Guy Mannering." and for her double and vlvldlv
contrasting parts of Lady Dedlock and Hortense
In a dramatization of "Bleak House." In these
distinctly English plays she won great popularity
and a fortune that, unfortunately seems to have
vanished.
In her declining years, forced (-till to act <=he
yas obliged to taX« parts unworthy of her talent
S*sS *5. t " mb< -?f« !»5. A M - Palmer starred her sin
•Th« Great Diamond Robber)-." in October ISM
rh« appeared at Proctor's in -Come Here." the lttle
play Am h«d glvmt when but sixteen r\ . -
l^^iV rKUIIr K UI I no J, l */"P« II *?e« tha^ ■istaen was
R . n^ s °/ ar h *' t>ir fl *' p <l to the piece than slxtv-
Again In the fall of 1899: at Washington
-with a wretched company end before an audience
that but little, ar-nreeiated whom Jhey were hear
fmr. she revived "Me- Merrilies" for i W eek In an
effort to gain some oi the comforts of "life Vh"
craved. There was still power In her work but
there was more of pathos In the suggestion of what
once was. and n« the play seemed out of date to
the clai>B who rsgularty patronized th« theatre the
revival could not have been very remunerative
TV hat Mme. lanauschek hlwaye considered her
best part* ehe has died without having play £?
to us in America. ••Antigone and "Phedre" were
among the plays she loved best, but once when
*_«.k<-<1 why sh« did not give these tragedies her«
*he Mid: " 'Pheare- Is a great play, a very great
play, but It would not appeal to the modern
Theatregoer in this country, if for no other reason
than that th^re. Is. from first to 1-,-' no charge
cf sriniry" Those words are in a way significant
of Mm». Janauschek's life ann art; she difl not
po«« In the scenery, abe. moved through the
MRS. CHARLOTTE A. BERWIND.
!ljr TEI.r.ORAPH TO TH): man 1
Philadelphia. Nov. 29.— Mrs. Charlotte A. Berwind
■Hm of John H**rwin«l. and mother of Bidward j'
J?»rw!rid. president of th« Berwind Coal Company
Rnd John K. Berwind. rice-president of the coal
company, both of whom lived in New-York die.]
to-day at her borne here. Bhc was eiehtv-two
years old. It was while travelling In this country
that *>h« met Mr. Berw'nd rj
w-»** * -■-■■■
MRS. DANIEL G. REID.
lira. Clarisse A. Reid, wife of Daniel G. Rf m of
the T'n!t«-<! St Ues St»e] Corporation, died .•• Irving,
ton-oti-Hudson early yesterday from the result of
en operation for intestinal trouble, performed two
week? ago at her home there. Mrs. Reid was a
daughter of Richard Aguew. and was Ivjrn In
Can Francisco. She was twenty-seven years old
Her body will be taken to Richmond Ind for
burial. ' '
Mrs. Jleld, some years before her marriage. Joined
n. theatrical company, against the wlabea of her
parent*, and finally reached New-York Her rim
«ngag«mer.i out of the chorus wan with Hovt ir
"A illlk White Flag." It was whil. /,i,\ <,:'
here that h«r beauty attracted Mr. Reid «kwi
a widower, and a !Ht!e mor« than four yean aco
they were married. .
Mr. and Mrs. Reid had n town house at \ 07E
■*iXi:.-ave., and for two years had a box at the
frll • i«jU6l 9
PERFECT
Tooth Powder
Cleanses and beautifies the
teeth and purifies the breath.
Used by people of refinement
for over a quarter of a century.
Very convenient for tourists.
PREPARED BY
Metropolitan Opera House. Mr«. Reid gave lib
erally to several New York charities.
THE EARL OF HARDWICKE.
London, Nov. 29.— Tho Earl of Hardwlcke (Albert
Edward Philip York«). Under Secretary of Slats
for India, died suddenly In London this morning;.
Ho had been in poor health for some time, but his
death w.i - not expected The ear-, who was horn
in 1567. was a stockbroker. His father left him
practically penniless and he had to adopt a city
career as a mtann of making a livelihood.
COLONEL JOHN H. AMMON.
Colonel John H. Ammon, a Chambers-sl book
seller, died yesterday at his home. X'>. SlO West
2Nnetjr-aeventh-st. He was born in Auburn, N. V..
sixty-four years ago He served through the Civil
"War. enlisting at the first call for .'troops and
equipping 1 .1 company of Infantry at his own ex
pense. He was a member of the Old Guard, La
fayette Post, .Loyal Legion, Pontlac, l><>ios and
Democratic clubs, and the Papyrus Club, of Xloston.
m
LORENZO M. JOHNSON.
Chenanßo. Peon., Nov. 29.— Lorenzo M. Johnson,
of Chicago, and Winnetka, 111., president of the
Pittsburgh Shawmut and Northern Railroad Com
pany and allied interests, and formerly genera.!
manager of the Mexican International Railroad and
other large Interests of C. P. Huntingdon, in Mexico,
died suddenly at St. Mary's. mi. on Monday
evening. Mr. Johnson was a graduate of th- Shef
field Scientific School at Yale University, and was
at one time vice-president and general manager of
the Cairo and St. Louis Railroad.
OBITUARY NOTES.
Oloversvllle, N. V., Nov. 29.— t>istriot Attorney
Jerome Kgolston. of Fulton County, died from
ttilnnl dlseas« at his homo in this city to-day at
the ape of fifty-one years. He was re-elected at the
recent election, and Governor Odel] will be asked
to name a successor at once.
Watert'wn. N V.. Nov. 29 —W. \V. Tngßart,
eighty yean old, one of ths wealthiest and :n"<<;
prominent citizens <,{ this ehy. died to-day Mr.
Tapeirt was president of the National Union r.nnk.
and the Watertown Savings Bank, and was closely
identified with the p:!per Industry in Northern New-
York. .Death was due i'< diabetes,
DRUG BUTLER AND ROB
Residents Near Fort Hamilton in
Terror — Police Play Pinochle.
Burglars entered the home yesterday of H. E.
Mechling. in Ninety-seventh-st.. near Fort Ham
ilton. Tho burglary was one of a long series,
which has thrown the residents of that neighbor
hood into a state of terror. The police have
done nothing to put an end to the burglaries
and more than twenty robberies have be»n
committed In the Seventy-first precinct the last
fortnight, while the police have been having
their morning same of pinochle.
The burglars entered the house through a
window on the first floor, and went upstairs to
the room of the butler, whom they chloroformed.
They got S2. r . from his clothes, and then went
t.> Mr. Mochling's room, where they obtained
£127 In cash, checks worth (600, a gold watch
jind considerable jewelry. They then visited
the dining room, where they niurle preparations
to take ail the silverware. They were frightened
away. They left th< bundle on the floor.
They had harnessed a grocer's horse into his
wagon in a nearby stab!" before going to Mech
ling's house. The owner of the horse got up
just in time to frighten them away as they were
preparing to leave the stable.
HUSBAND IS PROMINENT.
So Jersey City Woman Says Who
Is Held on Shoplifting Charge.
A well dressed woman, who said sr; - was Mrs.
Caroline Hobart. of Jersey City Heights, was it
ratted outside a department store ir Twenty-thlM
et. yesterday by a detective! Eva Peyser, charged
with the larceny: of two brooches vale'l at (1553 In
the Jefferson Market court sha said her husband
was a prominent Jersey City lawyer. Th.> store de
tective .--aid that she paw the woman take the pa;-j
fr.jtn the counter, and that she followed her to the
street and asked her to return the Dins She says
that "Mrs. Hobart' smiled and ha: a!«-.j over the
brooches, saying. "It's an awful temptation at this
tini- of year." She was held in >:, • ball for ex
amination on Thursday.
Later Magistrate Whitman was told that the
woman was a relative of a man "holding a very
high government position." "It is one of the sad
dest cases ever brought to my attention." the
Magistrate added-
PHILADELPHIA BROKERS FAIL.
Philadelphia. Nov. » -J. B. Fleishman ft Co.,
broker*, made an assignment to-ds.y to R. L.
Gideon, manager of :h<?lr Philadelphia office. The
firm had offices in Wilmington, Atlantic City,
Trenton. Harrisburg, Coatesvllle, Pottßtown and
other Pennsylvania eiti-ss. The rise In the price of
stocks is given as the reason for the failure. No
Htatenrnt of asse'j and liabilities has been made.
WILL REFER 'ADS" TO DELANY.
Mayor Has Not Received Municipal Art
Society's Subway Memorial.
Mayor McClellan rms pot received the memorial
from th* Municipal Art Society urging that he. for
ty, have a.-tion brought compelling the r «
moval of sifiiis from t!ir- subway When lie gets
jt. It> will n-f<-r it to the Corporation Counsel for
an opinion, but he thinkn there will hardly be any
action tnken before some decisive action of thi»
R tpid Transit I lomml -
FIFTY PERSONS FALL FROM GALLERY.
[BY TELEGRAPH T<> THE THIBI VB !
Philadelphia, Nov. ».— A score of boys and .wung
men w.-r.- hurt by the giving way of .1 gallery rail-
Ing in the State Fenclbles' Armory here to-night at
■ basketball game None of the injured, who were
removed to n hospital near by, are fatally hurt.
There were about two hundred spectators In the
armory at the time. In the game 1 aght started be
tween two players, and the spectators in ih<- gallery
pressed forward to see the disturbance Without
.;- two-thirde of th.- ratling gave way and
h 1 • rty persona fell to the floor below [1
first thought that v-m.-. of th- were
killed, but the hospital physicians Bay that all will
rr-over.
HOME NEWS.
NEW-YORK CITY.
The annual meeting of the Rons of the Revolu
tion will be held Saturday night at Delmonico's
at ft o'clock for the .-lection of officers and man
agers. The polls will close at 9.30 p. m. The. ticket
reported by tee nominating committee Is as fol
lows, in part: President; Edmund Wetmore; vice
president. Robert Olyphant; secretary, Morris Pat
terson Ferris; treasurer, Arthur Melvln Hatch.
Miss "Nan" Patterson in the Tombs last night
emphatically denied that she was suffering from
tonsillitis, as had been stated She had not been
attended by any physician. Bbc said she was con
fident that she would be quitted on her trial.
An organ recital wilj be given this evening by
Charles Hainrorh in the Church of th( Asct-nsion,
Kiftb-ave. and Tenth-.st., at 8:15 o'clocl:.
JERSEY WAN BURNED TO DEATH.
Ir.T TELEOHAPH TO TUT TMBCNE.]
■'' Lou'.s. Nov. 23.-Edv.ard Sheel an, a Pullman
car conductor, whose home Is In Jersry City wna
burned to death this morning 111 a fire which
h anS l^ n ! f^ff"™" Car C ™W
MEW-YORK OAILY TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY. NbVEMBEB HO. mni.
Thrice lucky man, who can wear
three of our hats at once.
An opera hat that faces crowded
cloak rooms with unruffled compos
ure; $8.
A silk hat in every respect equal to
any $8 silk hat we know; $6.
A Derby that's a daisy; $3, $4 or
$6.
Rogers., Peet & Company.
25S Broadway, cor. Warren,
opposite City Hall.
812 Broadway, cor. 13th, We fill orders
and 140 to 148 4th Ay* by mull.
1260 Broadway, cor. S2d, .
and 54 West 33d St.
ACCUSE BOY OF MURDER.
Charged with Killing Mrs. Brigham
at Leicester, Mass.
Leicester, Mass., Nov. Ovide Cfaapdelaine, fif
teen years old, is under arrest charged with the
murder of Mrs. Emma Richard Brigham, in the
woods n»ar the home 01' the victim in this town, on
Friday last The arrest on suspicion was mndo
late this afternoon, on the advioi of District At
torney Rockwood Hoar, of Worcester, before who.n
the development of the day's Investigation had b<?en
laid by Chief Shaw, of the 9tat ) police Chapde
laine was closely questioned by the detectives, after
which he was taken to Worcester, formally charged
with murder, and locked up. He will have a. hear
ing to-morrow.
The theory of the police, which made Ohaprielnlne
a suspect, is that the hoy's father, having been
bothered by thefts of wood from his wood lot,
placed his son on guard to defend his property,
and that Mrs. FSrigham, who was gathering hem
lock houghs in the neighborhood, was mistaken for
a thif f. in defence of the prisoner, Joseph Cnap
delaine saya that on tho afternoon of the murder ho
told his son to !>■> on watch for trespassers, but at
the same time warned the boy not t<> molest Mrs.
Brigham, who was gathering hemlock houghs, with
the father's permission. The statements of the
prisoner and his parents as to the former's where
abouts on last Friday afternoon were somewhat
conflicting, but the police are by no means Bure
that they have apprehended the murderer, anil
Chief Shaw saM to-night that the several other
possible clews would not ho abandoned
While the officers will Investigate tho several
recent arrests "f tramps detained a~ suspects, they
have littl,, faith in being able to connect any of
these wanderers with the orime, except in the eaa 1
of the tramp seen in th'"> vicinity of the Brigham
a short lira., before the murder, and who was
afterward rei)oru-<l as Been at Fiskdalo and Ox
ford.
MYSTERY IN HABEAS CORPUS CASE.
Argument for Release of Girl from Asylum
Is Heard in Chambers.
Owing to representation that there might be
some unseemly testimony brought out. Justice
Marean, in the Supreme Court. Brooklyn, yester
day afternoon consented to hear in chambers the
habeas corpus proceedings brought by Henry J.
Bebro for the release from a sanatorium in Yonkers
of Miss Mabel Spang. She is the daughter of
Charles 11. Spang, of No. 66 East Seventy-eighth
st., Manhattan, formerly an iron manufacturer of
Pittsburgh and has been in Vonkers since, last
July.
H. J. Bebro, who brings the habeas corpus pro
ceedings, was not acquainted with Miss Spang- un
til recently. He takes up the case, he says, be
cause ho formerly wao unjustly confined In an
asylum. He has brought similar cases.
When the hearing began yesterday S. C. Bald
win, opposing the writ, made some statements
about the interest of Air. Bebro in the case, which
caused Justice Marean to adjourn the case for
two weeks. •
SAYS UNION IS NOT PRESBYTERIAN.
Dr. Gregg, of Western Seminary. Says De
nomination Is Not Interested in It.
[BY TELEORAPU TO THJB TFUB'NE.J
Pittsburg, Nov. 2^ -The, Rev. Dr. David
president of the Western Theological Seminary, to
day attacked the statement made by Dr. Hall,
lip-sir- -in (i* the I'nion Theological Seminary. He
said In pa ; t
Any action on the part of T'nion Theological Semi
nary of New-York la n( no more Interesi to Pres
byterians than to Episcopalians, Congregationalists
or Baptists. The report that Union Seminary is
to dia ard the Westminster Confession of Faith
N <>:' no more importance to Presbyterians than
had they decided to ,t<!"pt the creed of Bud*
Graduates of Union must ;>ass examination
the same line as applicants from seminaries of
foreign denominations, and In their examinations
r'i.-v will be asked whether or noi they l» I
i!;o Westminster Confession ol faith. Dr. Hall,
■ Idem ol Union, is reported to have said that
graduates of Union Seminary are admitted to pres
byteries. Perhaps, if they know where, i" go They
couldn't get in the Pittsburg <>r Allegheny pres
bytei les.
NOTES OF THE STAGE.
Mrs. Fishes New Play -Departure
from Former Ventures.
The ne-v play by C. M S. McLftllan, that Mrs.
Piske and the Manhattan company wi'J produce
at the Manhatta 1 T eutre ;iti<-r thr. run <<t "il"'Ma
tiahler." is entitled "Leah K'eschna.' It will have
Its iniL'vLl performance on Tuesday evening, De
cember 13. The play ;*; * a drama of m..,!..rn life,
with scenes laid In V. • it Noustadt, Aus
tria The play is not of the problem type, i>'it
then is underlying the story ami illustrated, by it
a theory for the solution of a question >•( great
social interest. Certain of the episodes In the
play have their origin In fact
Mrs. Flake's role is said to b<» different from any
part she has played. It Is objective Instead of
psychological Tn* character from which the play
t:<k"s its title f? that of tin daughter of an able
and powerful criminal a thief— who
her to follow in his footsteps. The plot deals
with the romance of her life and ends happily.
Tin- cim.- of "Becky Sharp" an<! "H'-iMa. Qabler"
have attracted attention. The cast of "Leah
ECleschna" wlli Vh- even more noteworthy, Mrs
Kiske's assistants being John Mason Charles Cart
fc-rtghi an English actor of dl tlnoUon who makes
his ftrni appearance on tho American
George Arliss. William D. Mivk Scott Cooper
Btienne Glrardot, Robert V. Ferguson Monroe
Salisbury, Cecilia Radelyffe, EJmlly Stevens Francea
..1 and others. The pla] permits' of elab
orate anri beautiful settings, that have been In
pre paration fai Roveral months.
"Leah Kleschna" Is the first ne n - play that Mts
Fisk.- has produced In two seasons and the first
new i'liy to be acted .by the Manhattan company.
Another attempt Is to l.« made to produce a play
successfully at the / Berkaley Lyceum (lat«* Mrs. Oa
born* Play House) Early in the new year Robert
T. lldin.-? will appear there In a new play by his
wife. Genevieve Hal nee (author of "Hearts
Aflame") The new play will be called "Once Upon
a Time a Romance of Andalusia," Mr HaJnes
whs most recently seen on Broadway In the sup
port of Miss Bates in -"The Darling of the God?.'
Francis Wilson will begin his starring season
under Charles Frohman^ direction In Chicago
Christmas week Clyde Fitch has written the play
In which Mr. Wilson is to appear, it is a comedy
in three nets, farcical In styi,., ail ,j |t a t |,i , j..
"Cousin Billy." The> scenes .if the nlav -»rf> laid in
Paris. Switzerland and Allentown Pern After ■ hU
Chicago «nKag.iment Mr. Wilson will come X
York and appear in the ph.y her, HI." New- York
engagement will begin some time in Januar" .
Heinrieh M«yn. the barytone, will give another
oTtnuTwwk? M<fnd * Is " o«>n0 «>n Hull on Friday evening
Of 11113 W c«. n..
COURT NOTES.
Juflgnnirt by default for .>i,.,, it was entered yesterday
*mi<t Joseph Conr.ah In fiVorf iVO r or ElUaheth h" Cbnnah
■mount dun on » dtmand nots rniuje February 15, mm. '
. ■- -- *■
James ivieOreery & Co,
Ladies' Coats.
Black Kersey Cloth, Cheviot
or Tan Covert Coats. Three
quarter length.
$16.50 and $19.50
Black broadcloth Coats -with
braided, Colored Velvet
collar ami cuffs. Length
46 inches.
$25.00
Twenty-third Street.
Ing. He will appear at the. great hall of Cooper
Union. His topic will be "Charged Masses; or, Th*
Phenomena of Static Electricity." Professor Er
nest It. Yon Nordorff will speak In the assembly
hall. Board of Education, Park-aye. and Fifty
ninth-st., on "The Electric Current, Its Inductive
Effects."
MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
MINIATI'RE AIAIAXAC.
Funrise T : f>3 ; Sunset 4:85 1 Moon riaea Moon's age 23
HIGH WATER.
AM-r-Sandy H^k 12:53 Gov Inland l:l3|HeU Cat« 3-a"i
PM Sandy Hook I:l2| Gov Island 1:33 Hell Gate 3:2G
INCOMING STEAMERS.
TO-DAY.
Vessel From. Line.
Arabian Gibraltar, November 11 Harbor
City of Columbus. . . Savannah, November 25 . . Savannah
Pomeranian .Olasfow, November IS. ...Allan Btata
Florida CopmliaKen. November 9. . . . £eand--lm
HtlUg Olav Chrlstlannand. November 19.S:and-Am
l'owhutan Gibraltar. November 14. N V & Me.ilt
Konlgin Lulse Genoa, November 17 N G Lloyd
Homa... Gibraltar. November 18 Fabra
I'iinz Oskar Naples. November 19 Hamb-Am
Brooklyn City Swansea. November 15. ..8ri5t0l Line
Albano Hamburg, November 16.. ..Hamb-Am
Pola Huelva. November 14
El Rio Galveston, November -4 Morgan
Nacoochee Savannah. October 27 Savannah
THURSDAY. DECEMBER 1.
•Cedric Liverpool. November 23 White Star
•Prina Wlllem in...Haytl. November 25 Dutch I
•Citta di Napoli Naples. November 17 Italian
El P!a Galveston. November 24.;. Morgan
Hellltr Olav. Christiansand. November Cl.Scand-Am
El Slglo New-Orleans. November 26... Morgan
Chemnitz Bremen, Novemb*.- 19. .....N O Lloyd
Burgundia Almerta. November 15 Fabre
Algonquin Jeottaonvilte. November 2.3 Clvilo
Kansas City Savannah. November 28 Savannah
I.ampasas Galveston. November 24. ..Mallory
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2.
British King-. Antwerp. November 19 rho?nix
Neapolitan Prince. ..Naples. November l >. Prince
El Norte Galveston, November 2«. ...'.' Morgan
Niagara Tamplco, November 23 Ward
Romanic Naples. November 19 Whit? Star
SATURDAY. DECEMBER S.
•I Jl Touralne Havre! November 2fl French
•Emilia Liverpool, November 26 .Cunard
•Brines mall.
OUTGOING STEAMERS.
TO-DAY.
Vensel. For. I,tn*>. Mali? eioN sails
Ball Liverpool, White Star ".Warn 11.-flOain
ljon^ariia. Naples, Italian S:."Oarn 11<>. a m
Iroquols, Charleston. ('!■-! — 3:oopm
Jefferson. Norfolk. OH Dominion 3:oOpm
ComiiF. New-Orleans, Morgan 12:00 m
f^t Ifai a Oal eston. Mallory rnOpm
Alene, Ilaytl. Atlas 8:3o»m 12:1)0 in
Merchant Prince, Montevideo. I'rince. .12:00 m 3:oopm
Osceola. Montevideo, ■ 6:00 a in
HURST. DECEMBER 1.
La S«vole. Havre. French 7:00 am 10:00 am
Republic. Naples. White Star. 7:3oam 1 <■>:»•> am
Havana. Havana. Ward 9:30 am 11 00 am
PantlßKo. Tamrico. Ward 12:0n tn 00 i. m
Proclda. Trinidad. Italian 12:30pm 3-00 i m
Jefferson. Norfolk. Old Dominion _ 3:00 pm
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2.
Manzar.lll . Guantanamo. Ward 12:00 rr» 3 'VI m
Apa'-ha Charleston. Cl>«le 3:00 pm
Sat.lne. Brunswick Maliory 8:00 -im
Monroe. Norfolk. Old Dominion 3:00 pin
SHIPPING NEWS.
Port of New-York, Tuesday, Nov. 29, 1904.
ARRIVED.
Steamer Armenian (Pr). Howarth. Liverpool November
1«. to the White Star Line, with mdse. Arrive.! at the
Bar r>t 6:30 a m.
Stronier Mesaba (Pr). T'lt.b, London November 17, to
th<» Atlantic Tranpport Line, with S3 cabin passengers
end mr."c. Arrived at the Bar at 9:20 a m.
Steamer Toronto (Pr), Olaik. Hull November 18. to
San'i«r.«..n & Son. with ui.l«a. Arrive* at the Bar at
2:53 a m.
Htenmer Iflucher (Ger), Koprf, Hnn-r-i-i? November 2'\
I'cvr nn.i Boulogne 21, to th« Hamburg -American Lin-.
«Ith R?.(\ cabin »nd 1,492 steerage pasaensjers, mails and
mdse. Arrived at th* Karat 11:80 am.
Steamer Kaleer WHhelm II (Ger). Hocemann, P.r»men
November 22. Southampt : and Cherbourg 13, t■■ Oelriohs
& Co, with 711 cabin and 7;C steerage parser, mails
and mdse Arrived at the Bar at 11:28 a m.
St«amer Stat<>ndam (Dutch), BonJer, Rotterdam, and
Boulogne November 19. to the Holland -America Line, with
17 cabin and 1 -t "IT steerage passengers and mdse. Ar
rived at the Bar at 8:30 a m.
Bteamei Heathcraig (Br), Blacklln, Sourabaya Septem
'•■ :. Panaroekan 8 Tegal 14, Batavta 15. Aden October
D, Port Hail 2i>. Algeria 30 and Bermuda November 'J".
with sugar, to the American si;par IJefinlnp Co; \i-.u*-»' to
.1 II Winchester & Co. Arrived at the 3ar at 4a m.
Steamer Uaracall P.-rry Harare November v.)
Curacao -i and Pone* 2H. to Boulton, Bliss & Dalleit'
with 2 cabin passengers, mails and mdse Arrived at th«
Bar Rt 1:15 p m.
Steamei Gere (Nor). Htinn, Montejro Bay ani St Ann's
Bay November 22 and Port Maria 29 to Cuneo Trading
Co, with fruit. Arrived at the Bar nt 4:30 r tn.
tUeun,*T Mexico, Stevens. Havana November 2ft to
J&m»s „ Wind .v Co, with :!» passengers. ■naila and
mdse. Arrived nt tho Bar at 11:10 am.
Steampr Colorado. Risk. Brunswick Noverrber 25 to
Chi. rles II Mallory .*;• Co. with passengers and mdse
Passed tn Quarantine at 7:40 am.
Stenmer Santur.-e lerlckson, Savannah November
2fl. to Red Anchor Line, with rndte. Passed In Sandy
Hook at IO:n8 am. .
Steal Naval nunnell. Georgetown S C November
2T. via Wilmington N C, 2«, to William I Cijde &- Co
with mdfle. Panged In Quarantine at 8:57 am '
Stearrer JpfTersor Dol6, Newport News and Norfolk t>
H, I Domln <n f* <v. with pi»«en»erß and md.c Passed
In Quarantine fit 1 33 ; , m *-»»»t>n
Slj-amer Trlnida J .Mr., M.Kenzl-. Bermuda November
2rt. to A E puterbrtdga ft .'... with 4.-J pasS erijer* malls
an. 1 . rr.ls>.'. Arrive,] „t the Har at .1 a in.
Steamer Serainole, Marmlon. San Domlnso and Ala-
Ease at ;^ f v, * :;r-^, if a "^°
Kteamer AUlanra. SkllUngs. (^ ) tr.n November 28. to »•,.
Panama nailroad ateam.hlp Company, with paMennVk
niallß •''■ ; mdse. Outsida the Bar at 11:08 p m '
mSefb^.croJdy: -'• t):; "' Pn ~ Wli fOU«'««:f OU «'««:
a » 11.FP
■ ImllJontTSSi

* m ■' Norfolk and Newport \. v n ,
fact..:-, Philadelphia; El Monte. Gahosto'n • JJ«ne- I
THE MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERG.
ronraoN ports.
Lizard, Nov 2«— Pass.-.1. st^an-.er Uenomine* <ni) fan
non*. New v. rk l. ir London. ' . Can -
QiasvoW. Nov 2*— Arrived, steamer Laurentiaa (Brl
Stewart. New-York Ma Pi Johna, N P. L O>
ltr«-!))e;i. Nov SO, 1 p m— \rrl\...l. meamer K.ilfer Wilhein.
Mar»ellle»._ Nov pt-— Sailed. >tea'mer Vulcan («r». Hicks
N. « \ .V.
Naplea, Kot 11>. 7 am— Arrived, uleame:- PH J2PJ.H Irene
«;«.-(, Dannemann. Nev-York via Gibraltar f.. r (Jenou
:. 1. 1 pro •■■ ile<ll
Port Natftl, Oct 31— Arrl»«9<l iteamcrii DonKoln nVi j.- n _
l^b. New-York for Hong Kong; N. v .;. Bitaumii
(Br). I Chubb. New-Torfc vu st Vincent c v V..r
Ptn«akiore, Manila, <t.-. " r
Perlni. NPV 2S— P»»»e<l. *!eamer F.cc|e«i a ißi 1 Dormand
i"alciitta and Cowmno ft.:- Uontun and New-York '
CalcutU.j Nov 7-Sni!Bd. KeaniN Maileirn lltr) Uorrls
New ITorl ' "
Amov. N/>v 2ft— Pdllert. Meamer lndratva.il ißr) inn if r .» m
Iloni Kong. Sharyrh»l, Yokohama, rtc). New- York
noearlo.jOct .'.<>- Arrived, rteamor Mill.- mea ißrl \>r
inui.?!. New-Tork vl« MontevMeo and Huenna Ayren
Rio de Xt Plata. NOT M— Arrived. BtSamar '-''111.1.81 »Hr)
Martha Washington
Work Tables
George Washington
Desks
Crickets
Fire Side Chairs
Ha!! Clocks
Library Tables
Book Cases and Racks
Dressing Tables
Cheval Glasses
"High Boys"
"Low Boys"
Arm Chairs
Davenports
Settles
Shaving Stands
Lounging Chairs
Candle Sticks
Electroliers
Cabinets
Tapestries
Amusements.
FMPIRF" THEATKK. 40th St. & Broadway.
IL.. iJT ir\i^ Kvs :3l> Mats To-day & feat.
100TI1 TIME TO-NIGHT.
JOHN LJt\SL,ry THE DIKE OF
HFRAI THEATRE. 35th St. & Bway
JILIVrILIJ 3y« Evs. S:10. Mat. Saturday.
100 TH TIME DECEMUER 7TII.
EDNA MAY « schoTM^ir^
KXICKERBOCKER. Broadway & 3«th St.
Evenings. S:ls. Vat. eat., 2:15.
N. C. GOODWIN. vsSSsh.
CIUTERION™ I^™^ 1 '
LOUIS MANN ' T . i fe,lSS£ >l>
HI D SON TIIKATRf* 44th St & B way.
1 1 1> U J \J\\ Evs S"0 Mat. Saturday.
ETHEL BARRYMORE so-day.
(TARRirH THEATRE. 35th St., near B'way.
\j/-kr\rvi\^r\ K\v=. 8:2 Mats. To- day & Sat.
HENRY MILLER li hsS%&».
Next Mon.. ANNIE IU'sSEI.L In Brother Jacques.
Cfll/AV THEATRE. S4th St.. near B'way.
O/% *\J I Evs S Ul Mats T"_<iav i Bat
MBS. WIG9S OF THE CABBAGE PATCH.
IVPFIIIVI Broadway i 43th St. Evs. 8:30.
L x *-» L *-* ' I Matinee Saturday.
CHARLES WYNDHAM | %J*S&
MARY MOORE I David Garrick
Dec. I— MRS. GORRINGE-S NECKLACE.
DAI V ' Broadway and 30th St. At 8:15.
r»LI O Mats. To-day and Saturday.
MISS NANCE O'NEIL }£$&.
Dec. S— JUDITH of BL'THI'LIA
LYRIC 4M Ter^^ 3 c LAST WEEK
nr I i SJ r Tonl Sht at 8:20. -incognito- & "La
If i I im L Petite Marquise"; Thurs.. "Ma "La
k ISSI ? Marquise"; Thar*. : :
II I •lull I '■■""■ Fr i. "Douloureu**"; Sal Mat.
lIiiUHIIL & Night. "La Dame Aur ram-?rias "
NEXT MONDAY — SEATS TO-MORROW.
•JAMES K. IIACKKTT,
In a New Play. Th*- Fortune* of the Kins.
r A •iIVTi 39th ! Bway. lEvs. atS;». Mats.
tHOI.^VJ Tel 6570 38 I Or.lv Mat. Sat.
liig BARONESS FIDDLESTICKS
nnmnrcc T - ast We " k - Mats. Thurs. & Sat.
rnir.UC.UO i! nay * 29th.
ftss^ BINGHAM r^-^SU
Preceded by Isabel Irving in "Bta Persons."
NEXT MONDAY. SEATS TO-MORROW.
Robert B. Mantel] in Richard ll]
NEW AMSTKRDAM. 1 ntfn mm
To-nleht. Curtain S:IV Hl!f 1 H I I I HYI H I I
Mats. Wed. & Hat. | lIUIIII I I U U ill 1 II
LIBERTY. GEO. M. COHAN In his late*-.
Went 42nd St. iuccess. • < l.lttli> .Inhnnv .Inneit "
To-nlcht at 8:20. Regular Matinee Saturday.
NF"W YORK prc^^ ny . 4i-4.vh sst 5.s t 5 .
i> E-» yy l v>r\r* POPULAR MAT. TO-DAY
Henry W. Bmii WODDIANI) PRICES.
will offer UUUJL,A^U «>. 1.00 iBQ |
MKNKKI-SSOHN I Friday Ev»., Dec Cd. at « 14
Hall, 40 St.nr B'way I Bong Recital by | Rsvd -vv a r«
HEINRICH MEYN |lf?i&ia
JAMES W. MORRISSET . Manager [ S«I D' way. '
A«ai>f;my or MCSIC. I4th St and Irving pi,..-*
the WIZARD OF OZ risrS
Prices: 25. 6*>. 75. 1 Oft. Mats. Wed. & Sat. 2. Eve. g.
■ yrninit] M«tlnee TO-DAY. 25 & 50c.
Amtn HjQr; david nir.ciNS. > last
48 St! & S At* ""!« I-AST DOIXAB.- I WEEK
! CU/ CICI nQ' THEATRE. «2d"st.Y BTwar «~Sth < A'R
LtW rSLLUO OPESING NEXT MONDAY.
B^l A^ W IT HAPPENED IN HORDUND
S3 fl BPjf« B tI 1 8(?l :E^ P 8:15.| Mats. To day ft pat
SviAJEbTIG A CHINA DOLL
SUNDAY NIGHT— VICTOR HEKBEHt" OBCHE3TRA.
WF^ST FMFJ BILLY B. VAN. | Mat. To-day
TV LOi CriU"THK ERRAND BOY.'M &3a
y^SBBbJJ 1 D P I C Bfw«y an] rtiith. Mat. liaily. Ssc.
GIDAI [ DKLLA FOX. MI.XKf. 25c
<ObLC nu i \ n>\. >m \, ; ,
HL _& frf,! MM... »t;ilr.v i llirh.-rk.
BURKE. I.* U 1 C,v IXKEY EOT 3. 3
-**~^ YOSCARYS. Powelli Marionettes.
HA[?I F M OPJ3U MOUSE. Ergs., S:ls.
M Af\ L L l > l Matinee Saturday, 2:15.
V 1V 1 - C^-E^^.Z^El l^;^..
n.irr:. . New-York [>r V»lparal."o. t'allao, *.•;••
Barbados, Nov 27— Sailed, ftivimer Amazonecsc iß'>
Hughes 1 from Pars). New-York,
I!«rmuila, Nov 3», 10 a in —Arrival, staamvr CaribbM
(Br>. Saunder*. New- York for Ivrnerara via porta
Brew Head, Nov :». t r m — Passed. st»»nn MaiVstle
(Br), Hayes. New-York for Que«nstown and Liver
pool.
St Michaels. Nov I? — Passed, stfam»r N.»cknr K>r>
Harrasaowlts, Naples for New-Tors.
:-;!«!•■. Nov S9— Passed. Htcamtr Gert] (Anst>. !>.•,.■■>
vlch. New-York tot Naples, Venire and Trieste.
Queer.stown. N V -" 11:30 ;■ tn— Arrived. ?'->:im.-' Ma
Jestlc inn, Hayes, New-Yoik for Lhfn«vl land
proceeded),
BOSTON WOOL MARKET.
Hocton. Nov. . ■ Ths wool market has lx«"r. more
quiet thin in r«v« nt W«ek», with a firm ton" prevslenl
T!io quip- ton«» ••■■•.•■ scarcity "f wo<>l n
tin sm.loa chtefl* In Jeroand Ti:e surplus has rtls.ip
{..•ir^, and buyers now are sffkii-u for »-noiiKh wool t> %
supply the trade for th»- rest of tli« v«r Territory wools
have »oM freely in th? Kenerully <i-..!tt mnrket l^lie.!
. ■ 1 ;.-- are sti.inß at a.|vnii<v-.i v-rt.^H. The f.'r^ittn mark**
|j tiittirr: r#adtnj riuotKtti.ns follow Ohio ami IVnn
„■•-. ami above. : 15 1 .t»i.-: X. 30Q31C: So I. 39 i
S6e; No 2 35036 c; fine unwashed "4iT£V; uiinn-rchanta
t.le. _■: l * r.!'H.t iirtwushed. Ml'u.T^.-; », Mood. 312
:.-'.'■- ;''»•: unwashwl <li-!»ine. ST'fi^TWc: line
wsched delaine, Stt*«f<.n<-. Ml'hican -X nn.l above. 2i>o
27i-: No I. 33«K40; No 3.1^34<«; fine unwaihed.
-4 1.10...1. unwashed. 3O't(3tc: s h MooJ. &0O31c; h!i....1.
2 k 'fi" < > - ; unw.-i.-heil ilelalne. ■_'.">si.">S,< : line »iii ml ■!■ 1 iv. ■
j;-J't«:4::". Keiuii.ky. inJlanu. .ti- —>• an.l IT Mi«>-!. 314
82 Territory- Iciabn ftnf, is^'tilik-: ht-av] tine. t»;'ti * 7- .
fiv" medium !-■;■■••: 21623 c; low m«.'l!<:n».
K©23e; Wyoming One, ITHOI-^Hc: besvy tine. ISA'.fe;
Bun medium. I7':1( l^ l u<-: medium, L"2'j"^3."; low m-ai-.ini
23tf24c; TtHti ar.i Nevada fine lTfilv-: heavy ■ ■■■ n I
I 0«: r.iu- medium, ITHOIHe; medium, —'it""'-: :<>«■ mnllum
i3ip24c; Dakota H:ie. n«lSc; fin- medium, ts,. in
iiuilu.ii. ll»i'J?.': low metllum, 1:1 •: 5* Montana — Kln<s
rhulc c. L'l'-i.'-. ; flue average. I'.wiii'i': tin? n;edlum, . li.it. •-.
2t022e; aifi^<». IPQSOe; hTarle. "Ji42:ic; medium.' eho'.c*.
83C28c: artnus. 21«22c,
SAN FRANCISCO MINING STOCKS.
Ban Francisco Nov. ?!>.— The ■rri«i:ii closinjc ijuo
tatlona for mining stocks to-day were .1-. follows:
M- 1 ... r>s;juMi>-» «3
-\lplia Ci.n l2|K«UtUCky Con 03
All ies 241 L W.u>i\ >•.■!! m
Brlcber . ... . :i )!(\i™« 1 l.>
lifst jt Belcher l.l»|ooot.lental Con t«»
iiulllon . - 23,Ov>hir 2.35
t^ile.ioniu. ¥S J Overman 14
("halUnse ("on M«.p.t.-si lit
>"!v.'.lar ISlSavapi S.»
Confidence B&{Sbc Uelcher oil
Con «"al X. Vn I>> .-lerra Nsrada ♦•
ion liiir~-r!.tl oliSyntlloittn 07
Crown Point l^iyt U>UU .... ('7
1 i ..I & Oirry J.i 1 ni. ,11 v\-n 07
Hale Ji Xui-i:ruaa . l.loTtah Ot-n.... 06
Julia 06 V«!tow Jacket 18
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to their appropriateness as Christ
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Each piece is an exact repro
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A limited number of copies only
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Our Christmas brochure, with sug
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A muse menU.
Last Week Bui One
OF THE
Comparative Exhibition of
Native and Foreign
Paintings
By Modern Masters
American Fins Arts Building,
215 Wes: 5 7th Street.
A Great CoU«« ct Ma*t»rpiTo 8 by C-jr'vt.
Rousseau. Delacroix. Daubi^ny, Troycm. Monet
Mauve. Jacob Maria. Homer D. Martin. Wyanc.'
Inness, George Fuller. Blakelock. Tbayer. iiruaii
and others. Every lover ot Art should see this
exhibition.
Tickets 50c.
Open dully from 9 a. m. to 6 p. m.. and from
<:30 p. m. to 10:30 p. m.
Sundays, opt-n from 'i to 6 p. in.
Tickets $1
on Tuf». and Sat. Afternoon* from I to 6
Ticket* for sale at T>->nn'- Hotel M.iail* and st
the liailt-rj.
"As 8 source of unrtllutet! pleasure thts eaßst
tton la. perhaps, the most successful display er«r
made In this country." — N. Y. Tribun-.
METROPOLITAN Ol'K/tA Hot
(irarul Op«rii >i»ax>n 1904-1903.
I ruler direction of Mr. Heinrtoh t'onrlel
This Evening, -it > LJE NQZZE Dl FIOARO. bSNM.
Bella Alt»n idehut) ani S.-.r.i ■-. Sootti t;!n~' Ron-
I>ufrlche. Conductor, Kranko.
Thvirs.. Dec. 1. at ft P. M.— "ARSIFAI* Frerr.'US:
Bursrstaller. Van Rocj-. Joarntt, Oortta. Muhlmann. <"03
ductor, Hert2.
i-'r . Evu., I>#r 2. at s— LA Gl«'«»'OXl>A. Xorlica.
Homer. Walker; <'arii»o. GlraMuni. riar.qon. r.eliie. ».'nn
ductor. \ if nu
Sat. Mat.. !>•- 3. at I:SO— DIE UEtSTCRSECGCH,
Alno Arit:e. Homer; Hetnrtoh Knot«- t.iebut) Van Rooy.
BUu's. <.r"rlti. Muhimann. Itelss. t'oriftuotor. Hertz.
s.-.t E\g.. !-• 3. at 8:13 <r«r- prte«»> _LA traviata.
?tmt.rich. Faiiermeister; r>ii>pel, S-'ottt. Bar*. l'v,?r!ch».
B*gu*. f*.»nijurtc.r. Vlgna.
Sun. Evjr.. l~>ec. 4. at 8:30 I popular prtrer<>
GRAND PI'XPAV NIGHT CONCERT.
Sotol»t»— EMMA EAMtS, JACOBT. FLAXcoN. GOKTTZ
Entire Bolltar Opera Chorus an.i Orchestra. <"'*
ductor, Mr. Kiankc.
M m Ev«. Ver I at P— I.IVREZIA BHROTA. V*
Mao.:h! Idebut). Walker: «'arusn. fVotti. Bar«. Rnj-tt
CAn.iu^tir Vigrna.
Wei EVX.. Pec 7. at B—TAXNHAEVSI8 — TAXNHAEVSI Ackt*.
Frerr.itiil. Alten: Knote. Van Root, Plane s *". Mnrlmann.
P.eiss. t'orfluctor. :
Thur?.. Dec. c. at ."» P. M.— PARSIFAL Xonßes:
BursstalWr, Vnn Rnoy. BU.«« Jctirnet. Muhlmasr.. Ojb
<luotor. H"rtz.
other PARSIFAL, Perf->rman-e«: Ever.irit.«. Thur^-Hy*
Dec 15, 22 only Mati!i»e=. Slondays. Peo. 2»5 iXnusi.
Jar 2 iNew Tear).
Frl. Evsr.. Dec. J> »■ 7:4S — p.-.i:W» nil.: CATAUJCRZ4
RITSTICANA. Pc Marcht, Jaeobr, Baueiiq«l»tef; Sal-a.
M ihlTTiai — PHN PASQfALE. S«ob Pirr* 1 '- Seottl,
Ro«st. Cbmlnctcr, Visna. - •
-»!e of Seat? fir n»xt week's rerfnrman^es theirs t>
morr«w. Tfctmday. 9 A. 5!.
vTEBKR PIANO TSEr*.
IRVING ri.ACE THEATRE. S^ci »? !■!'■
Even Kvor.lns a«'l Matine«. The Krp.it laushtnj
S\i(-re.«s. "Da* Hociitnnri>t iTh» Moaataln*«r>.
CAUXKCIE HALL.
Tuesday Aft. Dec. b a.t 2:30.
PACHMANN
SPECIAL Ml. ( HOI-IN r.i(H,K\"
Peats r«Oc. to Jt.r>«>. Bi>x office in.: DtM«n*«
D'.iecti-in I. •; ''brtrltcn naM»!-i r:Tn-»
i*IENDELSSOH^ HALL To-day at 3 P. I.
MR.**™ BISPHAM
CYCLE OF SONS I \TLES.
■•-■-' 51. "t> at P:t.*-n-s ,
C A ■ men 11 % i 1.
Thursday Evenlnc. !■« »m\ I. at I M
ORATORIO SQOSETY
FRANK HAMKOM 11. COMH'CIOB. .
••Sleepers Wake" - - Bacn
A German Requiem - Brahms
1 MME. I»F. MONTJAr
Soloists * MR. it.\vi».ni<nuM
{ MH. JOHN VOI.NO „_..
Tickets. .V»rt, to J2: Cxes. JI3.M an-i JU. at Box O~—
« A KNE GI E II A 1. 1-
PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY of huM
Kri.. D«c. 2. l.i.Mli;. 1 ' . >l. •!>::.• 3. a: M-»
Condu<-t«r r^Joiwril < olonne W« -!,■*
P^l" I,t. Anlni, Hekktns V ?*2s£
I-roKrnm: Overture. "Cortolanas." IJeethoven. S>WP"<J.»
N0 .2 A minor. Satnt-Paens: i>sncerto for Vi-^UncsU.
ivin>ert: Suite ItaMan. three parts. «'harp«ist:?r. VX~
chiin .'.f. '"Tannhamer." Wa«ner. Pox OCVe oi>r.» c*«
frotn «» t» .V
!IKKAI1» MITAU rOU.TRY SHOW.
r<«p of M.»i-y CtdMtas All Dbj anii Kvenlr.g.
MTdiv till Sawrdaj <? IWa ?•«*. Itare t*W««5
Docks, riiceors. tats. Ans^ra <".^at3. Incubators. »°**
;ifiu««"-. etc x.'.nit!'^!' r. -r.. .
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BELASCO Mat. Sat. -I> MONTH
WARFIELI) TUB Ml'Mt' MAvrtß^
ICO I'?iff A^SESSS I
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