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rOLONIAL ErLHI 1
V/VF*-'^ TO-DAY. 2:15 AND 6:15.
PITA TANGtIAI: i,. a i Version of
V/ * The Vision of SALOME.
S , „%.k> "AT" AT THE COUNTRY CLUB"
I»|M>l>l <' n ' 1 ' iiMK-* Thornton.
_ Riere. Chassmo, i >lx .American Dancers.
0 _ * WaWe^eW. Van Bros. * Burns.
TeO D TOCHSTEIM & CO.
|ir y:n.T.OV^»" ' TTHt:B ' TTnX "
A -: ! Ite_ir. n ia«' To-<..0rr..,T Malinee.
Mm. Rock & Maud Fulton
KfiRNO'S PaWTOWiWE CO.
"J mm — W*ti% ■EJ THEATRE. W. 42d St.
A M I _■__ H WM. MORRIS. Inc. '
UlfltfllW**" Looser, _- Managers.
Erenlnßi. at 8:15. Matinees at 2:15.
"AN OVERWHELMING SUCCESS."
*••• T"_., t< nvs "New elnpers hoard In
IVAN ABRAM>O> s eplrited performance.
_ -,- if ll|\l No end of earnest en-
II Alj*'** ' thusiasm." — Herald.
GRAND *■ -An enthusiastic audl
_. _ m m f£\ nice crowds the Amerl-
OPERA tV« can."— Sun.
_ •opera <>q ERS^" PUEASB $5.00
» n X« PTHING TO PLEAhE T
=^lTel!?raph OF ™ E SEA ' GRA in)
S^rrtsn.Jnr and _____**■ FQR $1.00.
jjonye." — Man. ~
.... B /;.€i of nasakl lovers were there and ap
■tanded ho»rti!v throosiW-t tho pvenin* "—Tribune.
»*" RErERTOIRE OBECOKD WEEK)
n "°A, , . ( AVAU.KRIA * FA«;l.IU(l
4t>J Mat ..... LUCIA Wed Ev A II» A
SZ, FEDORA. Fri... BARBER OF BBVUXE
..RIGOLKTTO. Sat. Eve FEDORA
'Autumn Resorts.
CONVECTIC-CC. CONNECTICUT.
EDQEWOOD TNN
Edgewood Park Greenwich, Conn.
45 3linntes from New York
OPEN UNTIL OCTOBER
Location and Surroundings Especially Attractive for Fall Outing.
Garage and Stable Outdoor Sports
Steam Heat. Fine Music. Cuisine Unexcelled.
Booklet D. P. SIMPSON, Manager
PENNSYLVANIA.
A .Mountain Paradise in Autumn, where Nature
is in its grandest form and color.
WATER GAP HOUSE
r»«ware Water Gap. Pa.. 2*4 hours from New Tork.
Em_r.s open to December. The lant<>*t. best appoint*
Soft luxuAous hotel. OFFERS SPECIAL RATE 3 FOR
THE FALL SEASON. Highest altitude. ma^nltlcent
view* I*' tiled private baths; running water an! steam
test in all nxra_; open log firee: electric lights; ele
■>_or«. Orchestra, of saloiata: frequent social functions.
<-ul»lne of noted aeeßuiw; French chefs; entire white
«rrtc* Own farm* and registered cows. Every sport
»nd emuoe—ent — polf. t»i;_e. saddle horses, boating.
fl»r.in» sbo»tin|:. etc New garage and livery. Booklet
c? r»me-a views and auto mai« mailed. Coaches meet
trsilif. JOHN PUF_>T COP&
THE QLENWOOD
DELAWARE WATER GAP. PA.
A hiph-clasn modern brtek house, situated In a won
derfri scenic tocalUjr. Capacity 400. Steam heat: sun
parlor; new ballroom: orchestra: two tennis courts,
foil: boating, fishing. "Ing. pool, billiards, 'ihuHe-
Imsrfls and a" amusements. Garajre." Moderate Fall
•MM F. R. JOHNSON. Prop.
BUSINESS TROUBLES.
The petitions In bankruptcy filed In the Dotted
' States District Court yesterday follow:
Involuntary, against Julius S. Bander, manu
facturer of and dealer In clothing, at No. 95
Biwker street, by Kred Butterfleld & Co., and
others whose riainis for goods sold and delivered
foot up to 162S 32. Preferential payments to
other creditors aggregating $8,000 are alleged In
the petition.
Voluntary. Samuel Kexaler, a plumber, of Xo.
345 Fast S2d street: liabilities. $44.890 49: assets,
JDI.S<»7 4€. All except $stH> of the liabilities la
tecured. The bankrupt owen the American Build-
Ing Camjmny. of No. II William street, $10,000;
the Vienv. Hutler _ Pierce Manufacturing 1 Com
pany, of No. 254 Fourth avenue, $8,500; John
fitamns A- «\>.. No. 100 Centre street, $7,000; John
C Weicks. No. 290 pearl street, $4,500. and the
Crane rompanay. No. i&0 Water street, $3,000.
Involuntary, against Charles Rosenberg & Son.
lumber dealers and cabinet maker*, at No. 250
Kast 13Svh street, by the English Lumber Com
pany, and two others with total claims of $017
for materials furnished. Transfer of property to
a corporation similar in name to that of the firm
■wa«; alleged in the petition. Francis H. Griffin
•nas appointed receiver by Judge Adams, with a
bona of 1500 The liabilities are estimated at
IMM and the aspets at $1,000.
Involuntary, against Adolpb Schwartz, of No.
1S«1 Second avenue, by Edward Smolke & Co.
and others wish claims amounting to $1,289.
Preferences «re "alleged in th« petition.
Involuntary, acainst Berliner & Greenberg.
*JiHder6. at No 74 Morton street, by Thomas J.
Mooney and others, whose claims aggregate
•1.16^. Preferential payments are alleged by the
Petitioning creditors.
WUUam C. Fooler was appointed receiver of
tie buslnees of E. H. Smith _ Son, contracting
••Bttbers. at No. 401 West 126 th street, with a
bocfl of $6,000. The assets are Bald to consist of
stock and accounts receivable worth $2,000 and
ether claims aggregating $10,000. of doubtful
*«Jue The liabilities are not stated In the peti
tion.
Josiah Cantor was appointed by Judge Adams
receiver of the business of Julius P. Sander, with
» bond of $2,000. Sander's liabilities are placed
■* 3,000 end the assets are said to be worth
H. 600. The petitioners allege assignment of
•toy claims, the proceeds of which Sander, it Is
•sserted, applied to his own use.
Edward Si. gpeer. attorney for Thererx & Prae
twins, creditors of George Harris, now under ex
•tttaatlcr. before Uagrane Coxe, receiver, filed a
•*"*J*e of the alleged bankrupt's affairs, show
™« liabilities amounting to $60,498 due to twen
ty-three creditors.
OTHER MARKETS— BY TELEGRAPH.
*2-tea««». Sept. 12 —CATTLE— estimated at
"■*" 700 heaj; xn&rket steady; ateers. *4 75 $7 80;
. »•«■ » 25815 25: heifers. $3&»5 50: bulls. $2 50«
y-0; C£ive«. J55085550; etockem and feeders. «2 60
«»4wO. HOGS— Receipts estimated at about 6.500
**M. market 6910 c higher, with top price at $7 30.
*f« t^fcest point reached einc« 1903. Choice heavy
"TOICS. $7203 J7 30; butchers. J7 15»57 25; light
»«««t- ' &$7; choice M * ht - $7©s7 20: parking;.
IUO r _EP^"i JS76SJ6: bulk of sales. $6 Ss^
ewe -.t". feEp — H«celpu estimated at about 1,000
•k^jM^^V- 6ep ' T - 12 -— HOGS steady: butchers and
~l£TttmT,l l?* 720: Condon- **50e?575. CAT
*»c »•/««', -f lr to <rood «tilppers\ *««SCJS 65: torn
x^mbs ft_dj ?; M _li|r " low aod ca * y - * ies36 °
JaeluSw <^n-i ept l 12 ~ CATTLE— Receipts. 500 head.
tke ■__ *sVoJS? l i. tbern «: market eteady: receipts for
r^n M«.vJ?. h » 114 : cholc* expert and dressed beef
**£* f *?£'££' ?''■ fAlr t0 * ood -*4 25356; Western
Eocihk4i^ *." S *s_-5; ejockers and feeders. 52«»ai4 7S;
35sr^Jwt^ § 15: Southern cow*. JIOJ3SO:
«Spu aiSj'J 32 -- C * IVM *8 2*a*«2S HOGS—Re
»2Si« i^.i I**1 *** 1 ; w^ket 58 10 c hlirher: top. «7 10;
««7V- X w. *:tf^ i*- 600 head: bulk of sales, «8 90
"M»t:iß^; * 70S 710 packers' an* butchers'.
•=-'lir^S^V P^ n ? 00 tea<l: niarket steady; receipts
-tU S f* '"■ y«>«»rn yearllnifs «3«0»«4 2f,
MM .h,*,. *3 4<;Bt«, stockers and feeders, |3«
cCPS'c CP5'y C 3!|?T ek IX*' W"»*«f»^ Sept. 12.— CATTLE—
■MBftlSa-i r p? o et c* dy: . choU "'- •«•*•«: Prime,
«i;l»_h_j 4 i?i.VL 4 ?** 450; Pu "« " r -d common. $2^.
R ««PU Ue_J- ™ 1 E LC - ALVES - tfe ** g-'5g -' 5 HOGS—
}'« r :L.. m '!: k steady: prim, h eav(«. 7 SS«
»»e«S?' t8 ' 5e5600;5 es6oo; pig,. $6^*623; rourhs!
r£^ ■ " ." ?2? 2 rATTMT- Rec#ipt«. mm h»a^
SffeT.."/."- hf- £ v> ,m m , x » fl , $740^7
ir^f.h",* ,f& E 25. ___ j'>«BslßU;,;- t . J "i%^
M V ~T E M E A T ~T
OPEXIXO FOR THE
SEASON »
To-Morrow Night
Even. 8:10. Mats. Tu<Mi.,
Thurs. and Sat.. 2:15.
A Genuine Novelty!
BUS EDWARDS
offers Hin Latest Musical
Comedy Success. Entitled
SCHOOL DAYS
A Musical Play for Kids and Grown-ups.
STAGED BY NED WAYBURN.
Introducing: Herman Timbers; and a clever com
pany of associates. Including Janet Priest, Keno
& Lynn and 75 others. - • -
* »OJ S* BRASS I 0 DANCING Q
BAND OK 20. II O DEVILS. O
70 catchy Song Hits Written In Gus On
*• Edwards' Mont Tuneful Vein. v-
BLANEY'S } Broadway and 66th Street.
I lill>rtl 11 en 5 Even s . 2. r ic. Wo, 75c. $1.
L tSMrl'' < kVS e^y2sc-50c
inLAiKt, ■) Smokinsr Permitted^- .
TO-DAY jgSSS TO-NIGHT ,A, A , T ,
TWO BIG CONCERTS. EIGHT NEW ACTS.
Harry Corson Clarke _ Co. 3 Musical K«»lton.«.
Harry Thorn & Co.. Molly Walsh. Harry Jolson.
Charles & Nelll« Kin* and EMMA CARUS. ALEX.
< AKK 4 CO. Australian Tree Fellers.
WEKK BECJ. TO-MOKKOW. BAKiiAIN 3IATINKB
ANOTHER $10,000 BILLva'SW, 1 . '.;;
OKAS. J. ROSS & MABEL FENTON
WALTER JONES & BLANCHE DEYO
Original Metropolitan Opera "SALOME."
CLIFF GORDON. CRACK CV.MEKON.
AUSTRALIAN TREE FELLERS. THE DUMQNDS,
FRIEND & DOWNING. D - ALMA'S DOGS. MO
TION PICTURES.
MANHATTAN OPERA HOUSE
OSCAR HAMMERPTEIN Director
Grand Opera S«>ns.-n 19OS-P
SUBSCRIPTION
Office for Renewals and Sale of Seats (for Regular
Subscription' Performances Only)
REOPENS "SSSZS 9A. M.
Autumn Resorts.
BERKSHIRE HILLS.
IKTERLAkE^i IltfHT
At LAKEVILLK. CONN. Open May 15 to Nov. 1.
Two hours from New Tnrk. Pltnateil between two
beautiful mountain lakes; elevation 900 feet; fine
views of Berkshire and Lltchfleld Jlills. Service and
appointments first class. Accommodations for auto
mobile parties. Address Manager.
N_W YORK.
BRIARCLIFF
LODGE,
BRIAR CLIFF MANOR, N. Y.
A practical Country Home for the business man.
An Ideal Resort for the family.
One boor from Grand Central Station to Scarlioroarh
on Hudson.
Ten minutes from Scarborough to hotel fey automobile.
SWIMMIMG POOL, GOLF AND ALL OUTDOOR SPORTS.
DAVID B. PLUMER, Manager.
Representative at New York Office, 5/i East 46th St
'Phone 3278— 381 h.
HOTEL
GRAMATAN
BROVXVTT.T/E,
TTESTCHESTER COCNtV. X. T. •
—very comfort of a hotel of the highest class,
conducted In a manner that has attracted to
Itself a . most exclusive and discriminating
clientele.
OPEN AM, THE TEAR.
Host Moderate Rates of Any
First Class Hotel Near New York.
Tne new. fireproof wine, now In course of con*
struction, containing: 107 sleeping rooms and
85 private baths, v. lll have many new and at
tractive features.
- •J. J. _ANNTN COMPANT. Proprietors.
GARDEN CITY HOTEL
GARDEN CITY LONG ISLAND
14 miles from New Tork. Open ali the year.
J. J. LANNIN CO.. PROPRIETORS.
THE PALATINE^-i-. 1
All the cornforta of the city with the benefits of tha
country. H. N. BAIN & CO.
NEW -'.I-: ■ ■r. \
COME TO ATLANTIC CITY
and enjoy the delights of the Autumn at the
Seashore, eomblm-d with the comforts and con
veniences of the World's Seaside Metropolis.
Hill Fi I F mNI «^
\b always popular on account of Its unequalled
location and Its unobstructed ocean view.
WALTER J. BUZBY.
QALEN HALL,
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
HOTEL AND SANATORIUM,
With Its elrgant c~—fort and superior table and aanlua.
Is a fine place to flnieh the fummc.r anrt enjoy the Fall.
Baths for pleasure or health, with trained attendant*.
F. L. YOING. M*-r.
flQarlbOFongb- JBlcnbctm
ATLANTIC CITY. >'. J.
Joslah White & Sons. Proprietors.
The MONTCLAIR
O.V XHE MOLMAI.V iOf
MONTCLAIR, N. J.
Reduction for Holiday Week. $7.
STRATFORD Maln A «- Oirsn Grove, V. J.
3 * **'* * F "»v»v# Third door from iha ocean.
Good table: reasonable: 50 rooms A. W. LTMAN.
Country Board.
COUPLE, owning large, artistic house In country half
hour from Grand Central, will - rent two rooms. 'bath.
all Improvement*, billiard, music room, French cuisine to
couple willing to pay for Al private home. P O Box
322. Tucl-ahoe. New York.
A DVERTISEMKNTS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS FOR
The Tribune received at their I'pf/nn Offlce. No.
IWM Broadway, between 3flth ani r,7th si* until ii
ovjoek p m. Advertlaementa received hi th« following
branch office* st regular offlre rate* until 8 o'clock p in
vii.: V,: Mh nve.. s. «. o-ir. -M *( : 15.1 6th avi». cor.
12th ft.; KM East 14'). st . -.r.7. r .7 \\ t% i -a,] M hetwren
7th ana £th (i-.p- : 3M Weirt J2sih at.; HHB Id aye . 183 d
Id »w.; near eict »!.; ITM Jet ay«.. near HOth at.; IST
Etji !2£th ■• ; 756 Tremont in., 660 3d ava., and toy
imcnou District T*\tgrxgu Ofßc*.
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUXE, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 13. 1008.
NEW YORK THEATRES OR ATTRACTIONS DIRECTED BY SAM S. * I.EE SHUBERT <Inc I > : ___
Twlc» ■ B mM W B I v»,t.
■ ■■ sbb I ■ al V H W U * Mats.
Dally. P"!BlßTAil|fefAl ■ ■
Evgs. ■ 8 ■L_B__^^B__^^^L M Jk W_/k M \m * I $1 00.
" ™ wT^^^jTT^^gfiHrTß?nT^^^>-nF.RSON-. fith Aye.. 43d & 44th St*.
BIGGEST SHOW IN ALL THE WORLD
SO SAY CHEERING CROWDS AND HURRAHING HUNDREDS. .. ; .
(___?_£■ "HIPPODROME'S GREATEST -SHOW ?f ;
. ECHOED ENTHUSIASTICALLY, EMPH ASIZINGLY BY EVERYBODY. . ; : . , ,
ENTIRE NEW YORK PRESS FROCLALMS IT A WHIRLWIND WONDER.
•CROWDED WITH NOVEL- "HIPPODROME HAS NEVER "RISES ABOVE O Lf ™^
TIFS '•— HFRAI r> HAD A MORE BEAUTI- IES ON NEW l.N'-rB.
TIES HERALD. «»£ QR MARV ELOUS EVE. WORLD.
• SHOW."— EVE. SUN. _J____________— ,
I HIPPODROME SHOW OUTSHINES ALADDIN AND - HIS LAMP. THE GREATEST . I
; I SHOW IN NEW YORK'S HISTORY— EVE. TELEGRAM. ■ - - ■: __• ' • •
Tn'FRTiRTtvr.TT FTI TPSING EVERY EFFORT, CROWNING ALL AMUSEMENT ACHIEVEMENTS
EVERLASTINGLY THE MOST' STUPENDOUS SPECTACULAR STAGE PRODUCTION'
j vvun ±al * up THE WORLD HAS EVER KNOWN. ■»-";■ , •• .
MORE SHOW— PEOPLE— MORE SURPRISES— MORE NOVELTIES.
Sbhbfi'NP STIRRING SPORTS
Jf KM l__f i^ 1 TIM B* MAJESTICALLY
■_T'W ■% I I 111 1 Vl MIRRORED. ...
DavQ 1,000 PEOPLE. E8 - . ■ I. 'IREALr ATHLETICS. •
ffß^ ■ WT' ' 100 HORSES. . I REAL HORSE HACK. |
INTERWOVEN DRAMATICALLY WITH COMEDY AND MELODY. , .. :, ■■- '
MOST
REALISTIC
PICTURES
OF THE
NATIONS
.FAVORITB
GAMES.
SURPASSING SPLENDOR OF THE HIPPODROME'S NEW "■■ ■■ __g ! . '"
BALLET A
BALLET A *f^™^£^*#£^^^^WttTlSSßlWT.
t^top^^Sy THE L A D OF BIRDS.
200 DANCERS IN THE RICH PLUMAGE OF THE SONGSTERS.- ' \
FIFTY YEARS AHEAD OF THE TIMES DAT I IT I M
—THE NERVE TINGLING. HEART STIR- DM 1 I L. ! C: . I ■'i
RING, COLOSSAL SPECTACLE OF THE TXJ C tit If IP Q
AERIAL ARMY OF THE SKIES. I IT C . ' aIVICiWI
WAR BETWEEN AIRSHIP FLEET AND AEROPLANE ARMIES. i '
AERO WAR DEFT- THREATENED— T HE ATTACK— AMERICAN AEROPLANE ARMY'S
VICTORY— DESTRUCTION OF THE CITY — SMOKING RUINS — DELUGE AND
■■' - ■ THE APOTHEOSIS, TRANSFORMING TO •■? ; «--;.-, _„,.. f.
glittering oLDEN GARDEN K^gvi
LIVING' FOUNTAINS— MORE MERMAID MYSTERY. : ■• „ ••
Written and Produced by R. H. Burnside. Music by Manuel Klein. Scenery. Arthur \oestlln.
12 ALL NEW \ nT-nnTT« I DON'T MIPS - j * SEE THE TENT
IMPORTED ACTS. \ *-^ -*• •*<■ <-^ *-> *=* | THE PARADE. I PUT IP.
KARTH'B GREATEST SHOW IN WORLD'S BIGGEST PLAYHOUSE.
1 VBlf* 4 - d .- : - We3t cf -■■■„ Evgs. fe:2o
LI niU Matinees WeJ. and Sat., 2:20.
Glorious Star. Glorious Play, Glorious Reception.
MARY MANNERING
as I It makes you Stop, Look
GLORIOUSBETSY rr d LL L BcKa78 cKa7: Fre E ven^
By Rlda Johnson Young. | Mall.
PAClklfl B'way & 39th St. Eva.B:lß. Mats.Thur..
UAOInU 5at.,2:15. Thur Mat. .Prices 50c to $1.50.
I AST Bewitchinsr Charming LAST
t«« Music — Fun and Frivolity. t™.-
TWO i Sam S. and _cc Shubert and "°
WEEKS j Lew Fields' I WEEKS
MIMIC WORLD
Most Devll-lsh Salome Not In Captivity.
UfCCT CHI! HARLEM HAS ITS OWN FIRST
if Cdl trill CLASS THEATRE ONCE MORE.
125 th St.. W. of Bth Aye. Sam S. & Lea Shubert (Inc.)
offer on
Mats. Wed. _ Sat. MONDAY CCDT 9 I
Prices 25c to 1.50 NIGHT, Wklll Ll
Beats Thursday. JOHN MASON in
TheWITCHINGHOUR
DIRECT FROM 42D STREET TO 125 TH STREET.
HftCKETT "SS^SLJ^t&SS^ LAST 8 Tl M ES
:; ' '' r>: '' /tZ^\ /(ummK /^s3skSß\
?^%^ \masow; \^J \^J
PLAY OF THE CENTURY
siEMuoi JAMES K. HACKETT
IN' TIIK ROMANTIC REVIVAL OF
THE PRISONER OF ZENDA
DAVID BELASCO& THEATRES IN NEW YORK
Inder the Sole Management of DAVID BELASCO. ;
|7_< H A _riA theatre. THE BELASCO ) west
BEL ASCII %£%&&£. CTIIVUFQAMTf « St
1— . = ~ Wed & Sat. _IU I I LuH 1 I \ SATURDAY
"Watching him (Arllss) you are wl W ■ » <vrlll J^ j MATINEES
i warmed into Joy. This Is acting. — — ' " — __._;____ _ __. .
—■■■•> ! This Is art. This Is what has given OpeningTfllCQ CCDT Promptly
I 1 !&.!'« ii u uS*Sii" £"*£** Nl « ht I UtO M I.L Lat 8.15
!| alive." — Alan Dale. FISKE DAVID BELASCO
HARRISON GREY FISKE DAVID BELASCO
presents . will present
THE SEASON'S TRIOIPH. ___ ,_ _ __ _. _. __ ,
GEORGE Of AIVr^IIF
\« R k » « BATES
1 DEVIL -
I ,sjT»rr.,,rr; THE FIGHTING HOPE
Alexander Konta and W. T. A Now American Play of To-day
% Lamed. The only Au- I By William J. Hurlbut.
X thorlzed version from th» CCAT Cll C OPENS UCVT TIIIIDC
X j Hungarian play. dCAI dALt DAM RCA I I llUnO,
X J . . , „ Mall ordera for Miss Bates's flr»t per
\M SEATS 6 WEEKS IN . (ormance addressed personally to
"■""M— ADVANCE. Mr. Belasco will be filled in order of
their receipt.
Jur"^ "It Is a coward's bravery that turns away from wine, song
and the Ups of woman." — Devilgram from Molnar's Play.
4pi A "DTITIW theatre
■ ■■_■ MJm _*^ ■ _- Pj 1W 2Ttb St. and Madison Aye.
JL__ JLMJ M*Jr J_-_ as_^ Evs. 8:15. Mats Wed. & Sat. 2:15.
2d Month— Most Talked About Play Ever Seen in New York
__M^^ Adapted by Oliver Herford. produced
rT ,r R ___^ by Julius H«rzka, Director-General
' til* T ..v _^^T Vienna Vollcstfc*atre. Garden Theatre
TEI.FEL > ___S_r tt»ge director. Robert Milton. Dl'tln-
Ey _B_r gulshed cast. Including- Dorothy Dorr,
-r, , »— JUT Paul McAllister. Frank Monroe. L- u!f«
rKt - 4 __r itter W. Chrystle Mii:«r. Marlon Lome.
MOLNAR. W^ Arthur Hoyt, Jane Murray and
W EDWIN STEVENS.
* - 'Timely Prices, I*6. to $1.50, Nothing: Higher.
Ladies' Mat. Every Wed.. 50c. 75c, JI.OO.
SEATS TWO MONTHS IN ADVANCE.
\ "Every woman should see this -wonderful
JL play at the Garden." '_ , A
Q —Dorothy Dix in Evening Journal. - jU.
BY T#^ TT B"»'»y. Sntn St. Evenings S:IS. I
JL %i -9 U Mats. Wfd find Sat.. 2:1.".. .
MR. DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS
la AIL FOB A <»!IU, >
[ fit pro noKs fc KAlt
.m SPORTING Days
Mm W tßb EBbß'£^^
fields' HtHILII SQUARE S?r,
Evks. 8:15. Pop. Mat. Wed. Reft. Mat. Sat.
100 TH PERFORMANCE NEXT WED. EVG.
New Scenery. New Costumes. Everything New.
4th Big Month *J TtillMC P i"« rt 7 t .
Jos. M Gaites" "I i _V Il_ _i 2. f Mu 5 cal
Production W I ■■■■ww Comedies,
With CLIFTON CRAWFORD and BESSIE McCOT.
f|M| m#f ft Broadway and 30th St. Evgs. 3:15.
Uftfi) ■ O Matinees Wed. * Sat.. 2:15.
T AST I THE MOST CHARMING ] LAST
will OF Nir^K DIN I SEES
cc L y^ by GIRLS s*r?&
FIT(?H \j*JL%JLiW_f Shubert (Inc.)
U " 1* B'way. 69th. Wilbur-Shubert Co.. Props.
Majestic s&" D "?#. Sept. 21
FATHER & SON ;BE7
1« I lls-II W WWII E( jßarj B ar Selwyn.
WILLIAM NORRIS as Doc Filklns.
SEATS ON SALE THURSDAY.'
BRIGHTON BEACH PARBf
OPEN TO OCT. IST. l\,
BATHING AND HUM.Eii bKATINO. ,?"*
mTr*lir A HCTFnfk Alf THEATRE. »2 -St nr Bw*y. -Th- Houmo B»»a»lf-il"
i^*-IWW ***•*'>' A Ajtml/rftif t _ a: ,. W^. A 3at- 2:15. Wed. Mats. Best Seats $1.30
"Did -Wildfire' -win? She • Just r«mp«d I "Wins In a walk." I "Miss Russe.l wln» easily la Wll >•»•.' "
In."— Louis de Fop. World. I — Press. |_ , — Tlm»».
"A red hot hit." I IlililLi 1 JIIJf 1| ill i ' "Lillian R-*~» and
A rea fl —Eve WorM |18111 3|l ■ S I1I5?'I 111 i ' 'WBiUlrt' both win."
B^BMP^-BBWllßßnlfep^Bl »»»»»BWslMi'W_H_te'nP___WßP*_M_fr_* „___— ■
" 'WllAflre' win* iik« ••« I ■MHdBHHjM fesß|HfeHßßfln4Mfißß
name."-Eve. Tekram.. j ■MKgg^ggmjgggnggWg ..^ app,*»d.
'* "■** < ' '*" laugh. »pplaiM. fT a
j I E_ 1 B I b B 1 &■ I 1 I I 1 I 1 I 31 S 51 dozen curtain calls."
""-■■ '"•'-:' ; J -'■ ll 111111 l H■4ll. «. tI JiH — By * Journal.
"Miss ■:•!*'" wins with 1 I ill 9 ill || T| Irfl X
•Wildfire.* "—Herald. |C_Lw__^______H______________3_BT — "~ • ■ ■
HWipiHHHHBfI I -w»«t wttk • imi
_____ ■ ; I _.'.'_4 iJjH ■ v--'W from start to «nl»h "
"Plenty of rood. clean MB H___________________B 9—33 — Herald.
comedy.' — Eve. Post. Ml^T^^Ti_r^____^^^__r__^_r^«_r_l
-Bright racing comedy 111 IV■MHI I■"I "A" A P°J> ular WCC *-~ eJ
with strong plot." B______w___i i____^_l JLi M_^_Jt «ii J *"■■»■
— Telegraph. | __H»liP^^y!Wffy^^_P > FPyf!__^l^Tjßv_B_ l
■.*..-. ■■' I I Wl^_ I'i,i iI ■ i i3 ! ■ li<l I I I i "Th* town will visit _•»
•™- "_&_._! m&sxsasExmsam ;: sggTg.-r
"Ex-Quffn of Comic Opera and Present Princess I "Laughter continuous from beginning to «»»**^ "
of Comedy."— Mall. ' ~°
GIVEN
WITH
ALL
THRILL .
AND
KXCITE
MENT .
OF
DIAMOND,
RIVER ■ .
COURSE
AND
TRACK
AND .
ATHLETIC
FIELD.
— » -— | _r-»_ A •»-_ W_T A -%T THEATRE .Broadway and 41st Street
i-C If I] __ II W _k ¥ LITT * DINGWALL I'roprlPt'.ra »nd Mana?-r*
_L_ff V/ -T— _L_r TT _r_ A. Eves, at B:2a MaUlnee* We_ - Sat.. 2 20.
"VICTOR HERBERT HAS OUTDONE ALL FORMER SUCCESSES 11 Press
FRANK HeK-B-TI PRODUCTION OF THE NEW MUSICAL PLAY
ALGERIA
____________ ___B __! _SS__ _■_■! ■ff^B jpf| _______! ___L
By VICTOR HERBERT and GLEN MACDONOUGH
BEST SEATS $1.50 AT THE WEDNESDAY MATINEES
N. Y. , Sept. 13th, 1908.
DEAR PUBLIC:
Although unprecedented demand continues unabated
for my exclusive laugh novelties and conversation
al sunshine, am still filling orders every night
at 8: 15 and Wednesday and Saturday afternoons at
2: 15, at THE GAIETY THEATRE, Bway & 46th Street.
Ever Thine,
THE TRAVELING SALESMAN.
eves at sis v^lV^V^? sry7/7 : 7\ro^r v ? >Tri£ ?7 I ? £ ' B^_'. Y^vi^c_
MATS. WED. Ik II P\ . / 1 f (() )l «?< I K.J-AW S.ERI.ANGE.R
'All the Prettiest \^ in the world
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
E. G. GILMORE & EUGENE TOMPKINS. Mgrs.. 14th St. A Irving PI.
. . ' . . LAST THREE WEEKS.
Klaw & Erlanger'a Production of Edmund Day's Western Play.
I THE ROUND UP. -5s5 s -
KKdM.Ai; MATINEES WED. & V T. at S. EVENING. 8:15.
I l__Drd!C TIIKATRE. Bway. 2Hth St.
! WEBER'S " IKA 214 Mad. Eve.. V :M>.
■" "»***" Mats. Wed. and Sat.. 2:30.
— ~ m^ mm JOE WEBER. Prop. _ it*r.
PAID
We.l. Mat. a m ■ _»_— — __— — — ■
Prlc * s n I lt_l 10111 MONTH
COc. to I.CO. | II —__————^
Evenings FULL
and Sat. r %J L &_.
Matinee "
60c. to 2.00. By EUGENE WALTER.
Seats 4, " 'Paid In Full' cheeaA
Weeks In London." — Herald.
Ahead.
Now the relgnlns success
of two continents.
■ AVAR THEATRE. B way. 4."th St.
ft %fc 111 X Wagenhals & Kemper. Mgrs.
HW I If IB Evenings at 3.15.
Wed. Mats. 50c. to $1 80.
a- WM. HODGE
ihiin I fl (Liebler & Co. Managers)
THE THE MAN
o^r FROM HOME
CENTURY. By Booth Tarkinicton and
Harry Leon Wilson.
U/ll i loir b wa > *■ sotn st - Evß> - BJ3
If ALLhUiV 0 Matinees Wed. & Sat.. 2:13.
ARNOLD "-""^~i
sT_l ■■■•»»•»■•_» a Drama with a
l_ A I II 1 soul In It."— Ashton
1I U I W I Stevens. Ev<». Journal..
THE REGENERATION
I HAMMERSTEIN'S &£
TO-DflY^s. DOOP
Full Roof Bill. fV \ II #1
TO-NIGHT AonßA on B IVVV/1
I GERTRUDE HOFFMANN In Imitations. Jas. J.
I Morton. That Quartet. Lind? Wlnsor McCay
I and 6 others. <*:;%
TO-MORROW «„?«__ OPENING
REGULAR SEASON.
HAMMERSTEIN'S
VICTORIA THEATRE OF VARIETIES.
Evenings, 25-50-75-$ 1.00.
MATINEE EVERY DAY 25c-50c.
Beks8 eks Gertrude Hoffmann
"A Vision Oil nMt"" and MENDELSSOHN'S
of oALUInt -spring song.-
AND ENTIRELY NEW BILL.
■-> MABEL A U JOSEPH
Barrison a MOWARD
I (Late Stars of "Th« Flowar of the Ranch
I R. C. HERZ. Jack Norworth. Melvllla Ell's, A
Texas Wooing The 6 Serenaders Rosalr* and
I Doretto. Harry Seebach. Vltagraph. Ac
METROPOLITAN g™_.
GRAND OPERA SEASON— WOS-1000.
NOVEMBER 16 TO APRIL 3. •
REGULAR BUBSCRIPTrON (1«0 EVENINGS and
tt> MATINEES) and SPECIAL SUBSCRIPTION for 12
SATURDAY EVENING performances at Popular
Prices, will open
•T» -.-■-, TO-MORROW (MONDAY) MORNING
In th» LOBBY of th« METROPOLITAN OPERA
HOUSE Address communications to METROPOLI
TAN OPERA COMPANY Subscription Department.
WEBER PIANO USED.
BEST ENTERT-INMENT IK TCWN
CIID ID C THEATRE. R'vay and 40th M.
ClrlnC Eve. S-.1.-K Matinee Sat.. 2:13.
TO-MORROW (MONDAY) SUM I at 8:15.
JOHN DREW
In THE 3 ACT POMEDT ENTITLED
JACK STRAW
rOITTDinV vnUATWX. B"way and 44th St.
CKll£KlUl> , Mat Sat. 2:15.
I! "Tuneful, bubbling over with, fan, a model
It for musical pla*s." — Herald.
HATTIE WILLIAMS
In JOHN J. MNA.'.r.TS MtTSICAI. MELANGE.
FLUFFY RUFFLES
"Audience mightily — -Tribune.
70 FTNMAKERS. :n.-lutllnft GEORGE GBOS3MTTH.
.Jr.. BERT LESLIE. JACK GARDNER. ETC.
riIIPYrDDnPsTQ theatre. B'way. 33th St.
RnluftLnbUbaLn Eve. »AO. Mat. Sat.. 2:13.
I THE CKEATE>I LONDON }
HMCSICA- COMEDY SLCCES3. I
THE GIRLS OF j?____
GOTTENBERG sfKii
AND A NOTABLE CAST OF AMERICAN AND
ENGLISH COMEDIANS. ■ '
fiIBDIPV THEATRE. 35th St. and Fw»y.
UAHII I ft Eve 8:20. Matinee Sat.. 2:15.
• A capital comedy, capitally — World.
'•Lived up to it» reputation, a success." — Telegraph.
JOSEPH COYNE
\_\n
ALEXANDRA CARLISLE
ESST&2S3! THE MOLLUSC
Precede*! by
TUT I IV EC IV liCßy WILFRED T. COLBT.
I LIM.J U Hit, with doris keaxe.
Ul?n^rt\l THEATRE. 44th St.. E. at B'way
lIUU3ULI Eves.K.ls. Mats. We.l. * Sat., 2:13.
LAST 8 TIMES
HENRY B. HARRIS) presents
ROBERT " the can OF
EDESON THE r PIOI !
WED.. SEPT. :.iO, Seats next Thors.
MR. EDESON - The Offenders \
LV nCli II ' } '- VTRE. 43th St. ar.<l B*way. «
LI UEUEI Eve. *:15. Mat*. Thurs. A Sat.. 3:13 -
"Everybody that goes to th» Lyceum to sco
Miss Burke will be made happy." — Tribune.
MISS BILLIE BURKE
'". C l 5? 7 LOVE WATCHES
BY R D 3 FLER3 AND a. CAILLAVET.
ADAPTED BY GLADYS UNOER
SA V/ /> V ** St. _ B'way. Etc. 9:13.
A V \J 1 Mats. Taar*. _ Sat.. IS.
DIANA ° DOBSON'S
■With C VKLOr'A MLLSON
EMM
MONDAY TO SATURDAY, SEPT. 14 TO 13
- ', «ujwrt> Illumlaf«tlr>n« and Decorations.
! Parade Forms at Boulevard and Huff Are. >"ls;!ltly
at 7:30. Sat. Aft. Only At 5:30.
SATURDAY IS CHILDREN DAY
I tS fXOATS: KIRFWORK*: M B.\NT>9l'
- ft.M* GorK^otuily Oil— ■ People la Llni>.
' CnCIl MUSEE ?x o^
* P.II F ■■ HI Ir. HUNGARIAN BAND. ,
' kUkll Da?s~ClN EMATQ_HA?_
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