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TO PROMOTE PEACE
SEW SOCIETY MEETS.
Indorsed by President Toft and
Messrs. Knox and Root.
Baltimore I**. 6—Tbc-ic was organized
to-night at th. km of Theodor. Marbu,«
tho American Society for the Judicial Set
mP nt of IM«*Mtioml Disputes, wh.cli
*-i:i devotf •- ' pftodpal»3 to Issutag at "
•iclc^ by l^dltig m-n -f til countries on
-v.Mf<;ts= indicated by the title of the or
f^niwticn. and orjranizin?: meetings of
national noope in various part? pi tin*
country ttmm time to time with a new to
.durati^c the paapie as to th« desirability
r.i prom-tins the poaci of tfc« world by
*ctUinp points of intcnmtional mntrovrrsy
in the fame p<»nfral v.ay in which «ir«r
tnee* between individuals are ''' - v settled.
During ..... _ the following letters
Trex« read: -^
Washincton. January 31. 19°
Mv Dear Mr. Marburc: I h*ve learned
v;t!i iTMere-st of the j.lans to foonOvju
••An>cricari Society for the Judicial Settle
r.iont of International Disputes." ... lch
The leaflets which you propose to pv.b.ish.
-ape-.her with the meetings of national
Reoi»c whim .rou are pianninj; '■■ hold from
time t" timei may .... a very crcat. influ
ence on the development of public opinion
on th£ "in.iorta.nt Subject; The Uairu* he-
Dourt of arbitral lusUce at The Hasue be
roni^s an acronipli:^hed fart there will still
remain the task of securing the adhesion
of « nnmber of powers to the court and
ih«> wry Important task «•{ bo • ilt.vau"iw
Plilnkmin various countries as to meiin.;
-OTcmments to resort to the court wiu-ii
nocaefon cal'^ fcr it. There is no other
<ins\c wems b« which the cauw of pe^fe and
disarmament can he so effectively jjto
mot^d as by the finn establishment <>f a
permanent ir.n-rnational etuirt of justice.
Sincerely yours.
WILLIAM H. TAFT-
Department or State.
Washington, February J. J9l'\
Mv Dear Mr. Marburß: You are qultfl
right in assuming that I tak^ not oniy a
Ureti personal but official interest In the
movement for wliirh y«":r society is to be
o»-iratiiz^.i. for. as >rou arc doubtless aware,
I hav^ ir. an identic circular note, dated
October IS. H*i?. urged Jhe power* to Invest
rhe international ])iizc court with th»> iurls
dSction and functions of a court of arbitral
ju*tir<\ thus completing ;>.• work of the
-*■.-..■ ,; Hatue peace conference by carry
!•-.=: into effort Its recommendation that the
court of arbitral justice be constituted
through diplomatic channels. Should ?lifi
Idcntjr not« h*- ■ ... received and
should the court of arbitral justice be thus
constituted 'h« consenting nations would
;iav<> a puuianem international tribunal
for the judicial determination of contro
wrji^R arising: out of .... as „;: as war.
and it cannot be doiibfcd that such a trl
l'una! would. In large measure, render to
rations th<-- services which, national courts
hay*> performed for private litigants. By
•ho 6ettl*TTK'n« of controvprsifs suot-eptible
of judicial determination before they have
rr*ac,hed an a<*uu- stage the causes of war
•would be nii:iiiiii-od and a ftrsi step taken
toward the cradual decrease «>f armament.
Reprettine my inability to u-stify by my
presence the grea interest I have in the
f>r?ani2ation of your society. I am.
Very sincerely yours.
P. C. KNOX.
T'nited States Senate,
Washington. February 2, 1910.
Dear Mr. Marburg: I beir to say to your
C'i*-sts that 1 sympathize very strongly
with their object, and believe that the pro*:
posed organization is gritted to render a
cr*>at public • • -vie. . ] assume that th^
-. w organization is to have a deMnne,
ppecific object, which may be indicated hy
'•mphasizir^ the word "judicial" in its
title to indicate a distinction between that
V.md of settlement of i] nation™ dis
putes? and tli* 1 nary arbitration, as it
has bf'en understood in the past and is
generally uiidtr^.ood now. i assume that
*ou are going to urge that disputes be
tween nations shall !>♦< settled by judges
-t'-tinp: under the judicial sense of honorable
obligation, with a judicial idea of impar
tiality, rattier than by diplomats acting
under the diplomatic id^as of honorable
obligation, and f<»elinp bound to negotiate
a -■■■•■ nt, rather than to pass without
f* ar or favor upon fjuestions of fact nd
inw. It se'-ms to me that such a Chang's
En the fundamental Idea of what an arbi
tration should be Is essential to any very
Krcat further extension of the Idea of ar
bitration
I have been much surprised, however, to
s«-e how many people there a; of ability
.*nd lore*- who do not a^r»^* with this idea
a: all. particularly people on the «»th«r
*id»- of the Atlantic. The ■pxiraordinary
scope of judicial power In thia country
has accustomed us to see the operations
■<' government and questions arising i.-
nveen sovereign states submitted to juduea
v.Vo apply th»> best of conformity to estab
lished principles and rules <>! conduct em
l-<vfii<-i3 in our constitutions. It seems iiat
urni and proper to us that tin conduct
of government -iffe<jtiii<r substantial rights,
and not depending upon questions of pol
i^y, should be passed upon by the courts
"hen occasion arises. It is easy, there
fore, for Americans to crasji the idea that
the same method of settlement should bo
•{.plied jo Questions growing out of till
conduct of nations, ajid jiot involving ques
ti^Tip of policy.
In countries, however, where the courts
exercise no .such power, ;be idea is quite
- new one to most j<euple. and if it is to
prevail there must be i process <•: educa
tion. Su^li a process will naturally receive
its chief Impulse hi the United States, and
T hope your si«-w society trill jdve such au
Impulse with vigor and ar^urate direction:
"With kind regards, I am. always, faith
folly son, KLJIir ROOT.
SUNDAY MAGAZINE
OF THE—
We Gave You Warning—
\\> told you about "THE RED SYMBOL."
aid it would be a story of more than
ordinary interest ( '■•• expectation* have
cenain' i i than been realized.
Let all of your friends in on this good thing.
li you know of any one who does not take the
NEW-YORK TRIBUNE, with its Sunday
edition and splendid SUNDAY MAGAZINE.
in wnich is now running "THE RED SYM
BOL." send us his or her name and address
and we will mail the complete instalments of
the story to date. This will enable the reader
to pick up the thread of the story in next
Sunday's issue.
THE RED
SYMBOL" is tin osl stirring, the most dash
ing and fascinat ng story of the «i;iy. We
•w t - "ii like it. We know your friends will
• ■ I'il ;i-< ■
Read the New Story
BOY FOUGHT EAGLES.
Two Birds Tried to Carry Off
Tcn-Ycar-6ld Lad..
fn> r*-Jesimi* •' The Tribune. 1
Laporte. P.-nn.. Fob. 0.-Ten-year-old
Ira Cunningnain has the distinction o.
having had to fight with two huge bald
cajrlcs lor his life, and he will carry tne
mark? of their talons to the grave.
The boy is the son of a farmer llyinsr
in ■ remoto section known a* Rlngdale.
On Thursday ho was returning home
from school, and was about a mile from
any habitation when two eagles swooped
.Sown upon him. knocking him down and
attacking him with great fury. They re
peatedly sunk their talons in his shoul
ders and tried to carry him away. The
boy fought ptuckUy. and. getting hod
of "a cluK resisted the birds ?o sturdily
that, they abandoned the attempt and
flew away.
adieu: iiohsecars.
Test of Storage Battery Potter
n Success.
The Beach battery surface car. equipped
with the Edison storage batteries, which is
expected to help solve the problem ot re
lieving congestion during the rush hours
an.i to supplant the horoecars without
compelling the companies to construct the
expensive underground circuit, was tested
yesterday by the Central Vark. North *-
East River Railroad Company.
A fcore of ofUclale and trues-ts were pas
sengers on a car that started from the
bam at 64th street and Tenth avenue and
continued north to 3th street, then cross
town to First avenue, and north on that
thoroughfare to 125 th street, and back to
the starting point.
. r H. Beach, of No. l" Fifth avenue,
demonstrated the car. Mr. Beach,' who is
connected with the Edison works, con
strued the new car, using the Edison bat
icries. It took Mr. Beach two years to
work out the mechanical details. The car.
which was built in th* Edison works,
weigh* one-half as much as the large cars
used on the main surface lines in this city.
As a result, the relative power consump
tion of the car Is only about one-half
of the power needed by the larger cars.
The batteries can bo charged in the maxi
mum time of seven hours, and the car has
then sufficient current to run one hundred
miles, or an ordinary day's trip of a city
trolley car.
\mor.- these who made the trial trip yes
terday were James. A. McDonald, president
of the line: A T. Hexnpbill, president of
the Guaranty Trust Company, who is also
. resident of the line; George Jvincn.
general manager; John Beaver. John Byons.
lll l cwis B. Franklin. ex-Senator W. A. Clark,
of Montana: B. C. Smith. G. B. Tripp. A.
; \v HemphlU and Charles H. Strong.
Vice-President Hemphlil expressed him
self as much pleased with the car. He
.said it would be tested under all possible
weather conditions, and If the car gives
the satisfaction promised, the borsecara
owned. by the Central Park. North &
• East River Railway Company will be re
\ placed by this type of car.
FISHERMEN FROZEN.
One Dead, Two Missing on
Lake Erie.
[By Telegraph to The Tribune]
Buffalo. Feb. 6.-Herman Snyder. thirty
geven years old. died in an ambulance to
day from cold and exposure after being
brought In on a .sleigh from a distance of
four miles out on Lake Brie by a compan
ion. Prank Preston, of No. 274 Swan street.
who went fishing with him early this
morning-.
About 10 o'clock the men eot to their
destination and, about fifty feel apart, dug
holes hi the ice to fish. A short time after
ward Preston, who is a seasoned fisherman,
noticed that his companion had become
numb and had fallen back on his sleigh in
a sort of stupor. , , .
Preston at once dragged Snyder to his
own sleigh, turned Snyder's dogs and
vl—jrh adrift . as they were a handicap, and
started for the shore. Two other men—
Samuel Crockett and a companion— are
missing to-night, supposed victims of the
below zero weather on the lak*\ Three
fishermen each lost a band by freezing.
MAN FREEZES TO DEATH.
Body Found Near Road in North
boro. Mass.
Boston, Feb. 6.— The mercury tumbled to
ri isht at the rate of two degrees an hour
moxday Betp^otic ®il|iWtje» A FEBRUARY | i 9l °
until, nt midnight th« thprmomoters regis
tered zero and below. The frozen body of
an unknown man -who apparently hail died
from •■■xposure was found to-day beside a
highway in Xorthboro. The man. who was
between forty-live and fifty years old. bad
a railroad ticket from Boston to Spencer,
but nothing: by wlilch he could be Identified.
MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
MINIATURE ALMANAC.
Sunrise. 7:04: Riinset. 5:24; moon rise? S:SS;
moon's ape. -7 dayE.
HIGH - WATER.
A.M. F.M
San<iy H00k... 5:26 «*•
Governor's' Island 6:5« ♦>:"<>
Hell Gate 7:40 B:t©
WIRELESS REPORTS.
Th« Zealand, reported as 74."> mll^s »>a*t of
Sandy Hook at 6 a m yesterday, is expected to
dock to-morrow forenoon.
The Minnewaska. reported as "33 miles east of
Sandy Hook at S a m yesterday, i» expected to
dock this. forenoon.
INCOMING STEAMERS.
TO-DAY.
Vp.s«i. From. ■ Lire.
'Cherokee Turk's Island. Jan 27...C1yd«;
•Priiis WHlem Hl. ..Havtl, Jan SO Hamb-Am
*CearenM Para, Jan 2ft Dooth
"Vigilancla ..Tampico, Jan 29 Ward
*Bermudian Bermuda. Fcb 5 Quebec
•Orotava Bermuda. F<^b ? RMSP
•Ida Cuheo Port Antonio. Ftb 2 •'nine"
•Philadelphia Curacao, Jan SO Red D
•San Juan San Juan. Fob 2..NT&PR
American Pto Mexico. .Lan 27. .Am-Haw
st Andrew Antwerp. Jan 22 Phoenix
Volfurno Rotterdam. Jan 22.. VT Co
Idaho Hull. Jan 22 Wilson
Thermistocles. Naples. Jan 2.'t Greek
Sopcrga Lisbon. Jan 22 ... Portuguese
Kansas City Swansea. Jan 22 Bristol
\>n*zia Naples, Jan 26 Fa*-<*
MJnnewaska Southampton. Jan 29.. .At Tr
H^gina d'ltslia ..Palermo, Jan 27 Italian
Proteus . . New Orleans. Feb C.X T& P X
El Slid <;»lv»sfnn. Keb 1 So Pac
Altamaha Brunswick. Feb 3 Bee
7.peiand Antwerp. Jan 29 Bed Star
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8.
•United States . ..Christtansand. Jan 3O.Scan-A
•Coppename Trinidad, F^h 1 D W I
•Saratoga Havana. !"eb 5 Ward
•P A Wllhelm Kingston, Feb ?...Hamh-Am
Exc«b>lcr Amsterdam. Jan 25.... — ■
El Sislo GaJveston. Fob 2 So Pac
City of Atlanta Savannah. Feb b Savannah
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 9.
"St Tx>ui(« Southampton. Feb 2 Amer
Cedrio Naples. Jan 2? Whit- Star
Hamburg- Gibraltar. Jan SO. .Hamb-Ain
St. Laurent Cortinna, Jan 27 —
Caroline Havre. Jan •_•"■• French
•Brine? mail.
OUTGOING STEAMERS.
TO-DAY.
Mail Vessel
Vessel. For. Lin'-, closes. Balls.
Blarowljne. Paramaribo. DWl.tl:o(i a m 1 <*) V m
TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 8.
X TV <3er ■>. Bremen, N <* L. 6:3oam 10:00 a m
Bostlllus, Montevldeo.Houston.ll :00 a m l:iHipm
Statendam. Rotterdam, 1101-A. — — !>:00» m
Arapanoe. JacksonvlUe, Clyde l:uopm
Kacoocbee, Savannßli. Say.... 3:00 P
WEONESDA.Y. FEBRUARY f<
Jiauretanla. Liverpool. Cunard 3:30 a m 9:00 am
A.i Farragut, Pt Antonio. V F 6:30 a m 8:30 in
Bfrmndian, Bermuda. Qu«>N>e S:Wani : ooam
Vaderland, Antwerp. Hod Star i<i:ooam
D di Geneva. Naples, Italian.. — — 12:00 m
LJtuania, Libau, Russian — —
BayaniO Santiago. Ward ... 12:00 m
Brazos. Gal\-eston. Mallory... — 12:00 m
Lampasae. Tampa. Mailor\'..- 12:00 m
Huron. Jacksonville, Clyde... 1:00pm
TRANSPACIFIC MAILS.
dose in N'T
i nation and steamer. P.M.
Hawaii (via San Francisco) — Ala
meda To-day. «:3O
Japan, ■ orea and China (via Seattle)
Arm Marti Feb 10, «:PM)
Japan. Corea and China <vla Tacoma)
— Antllochus Feb IS. 6:30
Hawaii. Japan, Corea, Chins and
Philippine Islands (via San Fran
ci(=co)—Asia Feb IS, 6:30
Fiji Island?. New Zealand and Aus
tralia (except West) (via Vancouver
and Victoria. B O— Makura Feb 20. 6:SC
Hawaii. Guam and Philippine. Island?
■ via. San Francisco) — 13 S transport. Feb 2B, 6:30
Japan. Corea. China and Philippine
islands 'via Vancouver and Vic
toria. R CV — Empress of China Men 4, 6:30
Tahiti. Marquesas and Cook Islands.
N>w Zealand and Australia (except
West) (via San Francisco)—Mari
posa Mob 6. 6:30
SHIPPING NEWS.
Port of New York, Sunday. February
6. 1910.
ARRIVED.
Steamer Vasarf (Br>. Bu«-iiok Ayrea January
10. Montevideo 12. Santos 17. Rio de Janeiro ~IV.
Bahla 22 and Barbados 29. to Bu«k & Daniels,
with 127 passengers, malls and mdse. Arrived
at th* 1 Bar at midnight, .'.th.
Steamer Altai (Oer>, Cape Tlayti January i v .
Port de Pa!x 1:». Port an Prince 20. Gonaivea 22,
Petit Goave 24. Jeremle 2.". Santa Maria 27.
f-avanil!a 2. . <.'artag'na 2f». Kinsston 31 and
inasrua February 1, to the Hamburg-American
Line, with 4 passengers, mails and mdse A)
rived at the Bar at i:53 a m.
Steamer Cuzco (Br), Callao October 30, Payta
Novembf-r 6. Galeta Buena December 3, [quique
<;. Mejlilones 10, Talta] 12. Coronei is, Monte
video January 2 and St Lucia 2.". to IV R Grace
& Co, with mdse. Arrived at the Bar at 9:30
a m.
Steamer Caledonia il'r>, Glasgow and Morille
January 20, to Henderson Bros, with p&sst-neers
and mdse. < >:f Ambrose Channel Lightship at
7:45 p m.
Sieam»r In.-»- Bank (Br). Bueno? Ayres De
cember 14. Pernambuco January 2. St Lucia 12.
San Juan IT. and Boston February 6, with mdse.
Passed Fire Island at 4:20 p m.
Steamer Rio de Janeiro (Braz). Rio de Janeiro
. with mdße. Anchored in Quarantine at.
8:10 p m.
Steamer Altamaba, Galv^ston January 27, to
the Brunswick Sa Co. with mdse. Passed in
Quarantine at 5:43 a in.
Steamer Admiral Farragut. Port Antonio, etc,
to the United Fruit Co, with passengers and
fruit. Anchored in Quarantine at *:42 p m.
Steamer Oklahoma, Port Arthur January 28,
to the. .1 M Guffey' Petroleum Op, with oil.
Passed in Quarantine at 8:21 a m.
Steamer I^ampasas. Mobil. January 29. via
Tampa and Key West, to the Mallory Ss Co,
with passengers and mdse. Passed in. Quaran
tine nt 7:4'> a m.
Steamer Nacoochee. Savannah February .".. to
the Ocean Ss Co. with passengers and mdse.
Passed in Quarantine at 4:40 a m
Steamer Huron. Jacksonville February 3
and Charleston 4. to the Clyde Ss Co, with pas' ■
spnprrs and mdse. Passed in Quarantine at 7:25
p m.
Stei er Jefferson. Newport News and Norfolk,
to the old Dominion Sc Co. with passengers and
m'ls». Panned In Quarantine at 2:10 p m.
Steamer Delaware, Philadelphia, to the Clyde.
E^s ■'„ with mdse. Passed in Quarantine at
11:30 a m.
Sandy Hook. N J. Feh 6. fl:"o p m -Wind
northwest, sirens breeze; clear; rouKh sea.
SAILED.
Steamers Florid* (Fr), Havre; Buenos Aires
(Spam. Cadiz. Barcelona, etc; Galileo ißr>. Hull;
Sicilian Prince <Bn. Hamburg and Rotterdam;
Marina (Bn. Antwerp; "Celtic Princess fßr), St
Michaels and Rotterdam; Mora fßr), Jackson
ville; El Dia Galveston; Dover, Brunswick; San
Marcos, Norfolk and Newport News; Jlrnirn' 1 .
Norfolk and Newport News; Manna Ha'ta, Balti
more; ftleirose, .
I STEAMERS AT FOREIGN PORTS.
i ARRIVED.
i Gibraltar. Feh 6—6 — Berlin (Gen. New York for ■
j Naples and Genoa. j
Madeira. F«b 6- Cincinnati (Ger). Xew Tork for
Cadiz, etc
1 Prrirn. Kcb 6— Satsuma (Br), Manila for New
J rork. i
I BAILED. ■
j Qu Miatowi F»b 6. &:."» a m — Baltic (Hr), New .
York: Campania fßr). New York.
PASSED.
I Gibraltar. Ffb 6. 3 n m — Oaronia fßr> Fiume, i
r-xr, for New York.
! " ——
j AMUSEMENTS.
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j MO I Uil & Sat.. 2IS Wed. Mat., oOe -?l 50
i.& DAYS
Academy of Mu*ic. Mat 2 Eve s
SOTHERN m MM
Thi* Week Itomeo h.i.l .iniiet
i r ; r Prtcea.- xxt . Wk— 1f; of the Shrew
: Wallack'o. Ev. 8:13. Mats.Wod. ft Sat. 2:15 |
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: DAVID TfUl? ¥¥» ~-*'r
Pre^W THE LILY |
PCI ICnn THEATRE. .~43dm K. 8:20 I
. DLLAOUU Mat.. Wed. and Sat. •■ 5
j "A CHEAT PI-AY. FULL OF THE
; STRONG. ETERNAL CRT OF THE
j WOMAN AGAINST MANS DOMI
II '.a riON "— COMMERCIAI
CHARLOTTE WALKER i
| wf^^pia, JUST A WIFE
Supporttnc cast includes-
Kfl'niind Itree^ as . John E mrr> ,, n
liuhby North as Many Steu.r
I r rnr*t <ilendlnnln(c ac . Bobby \-i,i,.
Frederick BurloD a 5..... Wellesler
j Amelia Gardner aa Kleanor I . » » I > r . . > |
liULLnSAL «.' Mlfht. •„r.1,: . ,, l \ t<> .
WDatly Mi ■■"><■■ I Maggies Cllne. I. ad. it. ■
| II UJtUDDI rr»r.Hermao. \\ I ll Fa m T^~Va n I
lILnAmDnH j A1M..,.- Flo Irwin s (V...
j ~ I'oil;- Mill. -.*»«•. : Arti-lajde * l'anc•«.•r^. nth'-rn. '■
MA^WEHSTEfN l i>"' "/,\ > V l F;iA>>;j
1 ■■ Uoey a. Lee. Duncan's Colli«a, * oiher*. |
Reduction of 20%
Diamond and Gold Jewelry
Pearl Necklaces
Old English and Modern Silver
Howsrcl & Co
Fifth Avenue and Forty-Seventh St.
77k» o/JVr i* for a limited timr, and made in order to facilitate
the settlement of the estate of the lale Ifr. J. P Howard.
Lots of lucky strikes if you're
prospecting for bargains.
Nuggets in the form of gen
erous savings right through our
overcoat stock.
The $15, $20 and $25 lines
are strongest now.
B*ar in mind you're baying for next Winter
as well.
The glitter of extra values in
our suit stock shows splendid
prospects of more savings.
Something extra at all prices.
"Stars" never stop starring!
As evidence — our ne w
Spring "Star" neglige shirts.
All of 'em made in the care
ful "Star'" way, with matched
patterns and the other details of
the highest class.
. $1.50 to $3.
Way hack in ancient history
you'll learn that Ramie is the
old original linen.
Only in recent years has
modern man rediscovered its
wonderful qualities.
Schliehten Ramie underwear.
Winter weights — medium weights
A favorite with young men
— because it weathers all
weathers and is smart looking.
Our "Weatherall" shoe. $G.
Heavy oiled stuffed Shrewsbury — tare
Out of its class!
Ought to be a $2.00 glove and
yet it's our $1.50 imported
"Special."
Th*" favorite shades of tan.
Rogers Peet & Company.
Three Broadway Stores,
at at at
Warren st. 13th st. 34th st.
AMUSEMENTS.
THE NEW <£„ THEATRE
. Central Park W. fii'-VSe*' fi:? sts.Tcl.Sßoo Col
NON-S KIP 11 0
PERFORMANCES
THIS WEEK:
TO-NIGHT, WED.. ThURS. & SAT. EVES.
and SATURDAY MATINEE
Tickets for All Performances. Two Weeks in
Advance. Ordered by Mail or Telephone,
Will Be Delivered by Messenger to
Any Address In Man hat I
Shakespeare's Charming Comedy j
TWELFTH NIGHT
Never Better Flayed In X. Y. — Tribune. \
Slicridan'F Delightful forancly
THE SCHOOL FOB SCUN3iL i
; A highly creditable achievement. — Pool I
Sheldon's Drama, j liesier's Comedy' !
i THE nIGGER QOSi^ uncommonly !
| A Play Of the South [bright. — Th« Post.
To-nlpli«. 8:30 The Nigger
Tues. Eve. 8 (Opera ).l/Atteqac ilu Moulin
Wed. Mat., -< Opera). Czuar A ZJmmermann
Wed Eve.. 8:30 The M- r
Thar?. Mat.. 2 Twelfth Night
Thurs. Eve.. 8:15. ..The School for Scandal
Fri. Eve. 8:13 . . Twelfth Nlglit
Sat. Mat-. 2. Twelfth Night
Sat. '.*:•".•> Don
NEXT WEEK:
Mr.-.-:. (Premier). Tups, & Wed Evgs. A wed
Mat., The Witch; Thurs. Ev|t Twelfth
Night; Sat. Mat. A Evg School for Scandal,
Prices: Drama. $.' •,-, '•Of, Opera, $5 to $1.
.\t the Brooklyn Academy of Haste,
To-iiwrV Kvg.. SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL.
HIPPODROME
Daily Mats., 2. Best S. ai? 51. Ev.S. 25c-$1 58
A Trip I B«lle< Inside i io >„
to Japan <•( .?< -.\«'l- the Earth I Cirrus Ada
P "IYMCn V" ' '" M " ' - >lA '^' "AXNKRIXG
W -[mLUI MI. IIP \ I -; in A .Alan's World.
Cew Fields' |Thurs.Dij|.pl,- de.-a \*anke«
hkkam) sQjyisht.P | a'w«°ning ,; irl
yinvrTTJ:vK!=. J«71r,.~ Muis.fhurs. an Sat?
naUAtl I.IOIIX MASON— «. . win,!
Ppl.Mat, Today. Tucs.Wed.Fri.. The Watcher
D&IY'S; .■:;•.:■ ELLIOTT^;; £
BROADWAY, Ev.S:ls. Mats. Wed. Sat. 2:15.
The .li.llv l»;ii lifl..r». ■ I; Snr:, Bivn,,
IVHIi '■■'■ IS. "Mats. Wed. ft Sal Tl. f ifu
LinlL ,; , . Fitch's Greatest Play.T. I»B Ulljf
Maxlne Elliot t>. Ev«.8:30 Fortes-Roberlson
MaiF. wort. a sat.. 2"o. rorDes-noDßrlson
In The l'as*inc of the Third Floor Rack.-
CASINO. Evs. «:lf Mats. Wed. & Pat.. 2:lr>
— -THE rjIOCOLATK SOLDIER
Diinii B'y&SOt h.~Ev«> '-" I Cyril Scott ii>"~
UIjUU Mats. Wed ' - -' ! Thr£<.(terv Man.
Uf AM t I _J':.> i.V Mnt« -\ . ■> . * Sat^r2:lS.
flßbltllUls MvruiMnw A FAILURE?
1 WESTMINSTER Mill CLUb"
g TIIIKTY-l OntTH ANNUAL !
DOGSHOW
I FEBRUARY 9. 10. 11. I •'•
I MadisonSquare Garden
CABS I. (• Il: II A r. I .
SUNDAY AFTERNOOX, Irhnmrr U.
PHILH&RMOH.O :;V;7U.
GUSTAV MAH LF.R <«»"»"-
\f.M V. PROGR M
folotft, PaiMinale AniHto, Bniiton".
dnriu Iwo it i. b in wax. \k« i.rows
Elaftll CINfcMATOt.KAPH Each ll'mh
ilLal-t: I Gto. 'Holdea. Mysterious Incubator.
AMUSEMENTS.
NEW YORK'S LgnnWftTW-»n>EX^«MCCC^B6a
JC sZnH jC B*w«y and 40th St. »•«»:»
EiiiErBARRYMOKE
m sir A. TV. FIXERQ-S'MIP-CHAyyEI*
A A lIAU 31th St and Broadway.
VfiMSSY Evenings at S:l3-
V**w \9 1 Mat!! . Thurs. & Sat.. 15-
FRANK McKEE Manar«r
TWO WEEKS ONLY. BEGINNING
TO-NIGHT at 8.15
HENRY B. HARRIS presents
the Kikia OF COMEDIES
SMI FRmAN
t% la E» Wlf I « ■■
By JAMES FORBES,
with the ORIGINAL NEW YORK CAST
THi. SAME OLD
HURRICANE OF LAUGHTER
LYCEIM 4 5 St..nr.B'^ay. Eves, at 8:15.
LI bcUm Mats. Thurs. & Sat.. 2:15.
"Full nt bright lines."— Herald.
B',l I i£ S2IIOWC in W. =. Maugham
JILSt DllHßt MRS. DOT.
UlinQflM 44th St.. nr. B'way. Eve.**:t3.
iiySidUri Mats. Wed. and Sat-. 2:15.
"The funnier! person on the stage to
dar." — Alan Dale.
l*J£§ Ofil I tCi? ln hls createst success,
WM. COLLIER ::i a lucky stab.
rADDSnV 3-".?h Bt. r»r. Bwav. Kvs MS
UAnfllbA Mats. \\>d. and Sat.. C:ls.
"As lovable as Rip Van W*"?''^— J^fS? 3
OTIS SKIMMER l! servant.
By Booth Tarklngton and H- L. Wilson.
PaTi»A>;«M B'^raT Jt 44th St- Ev««. S:2O.
Wf i!3f IQH . Matinee Sat- Only. 2:13.
"As Tender as Little Lord Fanntleroy,
FRANCIS WILSON 'SiJS?
THE TiACHELOR'S BABY.
KNiGKERBOOKEn Mai" Saturday at *2.
THE DOLLAR PRINCESS
CHARLES THIXTN'GnAM'S j Montgomery
i~" I r^UIT BROADWAY! -and Stone
ULUDCi ft 4fJTH ST. jln THE OLD
Ev.S:ls.Wod.&?at-Mat..2:10. I TOWS.
BOSTON HOLMES *«§■
TO-NIGHT-PARIS
Tfl riBV MAT. at 3. & To-morrow & STII V
lU'JAI Fri. at 3. Lyceum Theatre. MALI
HEW AMSTERDAM TStASkfi
Mednesriav Matinee B«^t Seat* $1.50.
HENRY W. SAVAGE offers
"MADAME X"
By .-.:• sandre BIs?on.
Supreme Drama of Tears and Thrills.
$*^r» Vtkmh B'way & 45th St: Eves. 8:15.
f!eW TOnC Mats. Wed. and Sat.. 2:15.
MAX ROGERS a kimono
jgg^The Young Turk
U33CSSTV THE A.. W. 42d St. Eves. S.
Skill I Mats. Wed. and Sat.. 2.
"Don't Miss It nt Any Cost."— Eve. Sun.
THE FANTASTICAL MUSICAL COMEDY.
THE ARCADIANS
With Its Wonderful Cast of 100.
teEORTUNE*HU
!«»• UU£GCQ'C Bway and 09th St.
JOE WEBER S TO-NIGHT. 8:15.
Is? WHERE THERE'S 4 WILL
METROPOLITAN OPERA HOUSE
Evenings at 8. Saturday Matinee- at 2-
To-nipht — <»«-rmanJa. Mines- Destinn. Heilan.',
Sparkes; MM. Caruso, Amato, Didur, Pini- i
Torsi. Cond., Tocoanini. i
Wed. Kvr. — Fau>l. Mmes. Karrar, Mauhbur^;
MM Bond, only. Didur. Cond.. Podestl.
Thuis. £vg Alejandro Stradelia
and Ballet Divertissement
Fri. E^ - Ivohemrrin
Sat. Mat., Double Bill — Cavalleria Ru»tl«-an»
and ragllaccl.
Sat. Evg Otello
Next Week: Mon Erg. Matlama Butterfly.
Mines. Farrar. Fornia: MM. Martin. Scottl. }
Bada. Cond.. Toscanini.
Wash. Birthday. S|>e<'ial >latlnf>«. j
Tues.,Fßb.22, at 1:33 1 PARSIFAL j
Stats on Sale This Morning. '
AT THE NSW TIIEATRK.
Tu"s. Evg . First Time— I.'.Attaaue dv Mnnlln.
Mmea Delna, Xoria, Hciiar-, MM. Clement.
Gilly, de Segurola, Repis. Devaus. Cond.Tar.sro.
Weci Mat Czaae und Zlmmrrmann
At the Brooklyn Arn<l<*niT of Music. '
To-nlghl — Ale>'«an(Jro Stradclla. Mmc Gluck: I
MM. Slezak. Relss, Goritz. Muhlmann. And I
Ballet Divertissement. Cond.. B^ndlx.
WEBER PIANO USED.
METROPOLITAN .r OPERA HOI ;
National Testimonial to ; TO-MORROW, :
tJOa nL> §$ BL" off i I llfcvf* luff ta •
5 %m -**» 11 1 P / K ' d i;<=at^. 1 .ip,
M fSa B ffl B ■ ■ ißoxi Box office & Hotels. !
GOVERNOR HUGHES presiding |
MANHATTAN iBR¥i 1 55553 j
30 - ELEKTRASraS"' i
Baron, Mm». Dorla. M. Huberd«>au, etc.
Wed.— TR.WIATA. Mm- TetrassinJ, Mr.
McCormack, M. Samrnarco. Fri. — RIGOLF.TTO. :
Mme. Tetrazzinl, ?'t!<B .;'mhl». Mr. McCormack, j
MM. Renaud. Giliberi Va liter. j
Sat.- Aft. «t 2:30. FIf'KTRA R «B«l"r
Regular Prices. IjL.EiII. Cast.
tat. Bv>. . pop. pr!c<s» — ISKKODIADK. Miles. ,
■ avali< i i. D' Alvarez, MM. Renaud. r>u!T.i etc-.
Special performance at Popular Prices Tuty ;
Bv< Feb. --' (Washington's Birthday)—
TALKS OF HOFFMANN, with Miles Cavallert,
Trcntlnl; MM Renand, Devrl«», Gltibert, !
i 'rabhi Tickets on Rale Wednesday » \. m" !
MANHATTAN OPKK A IIOL'SE >p«rUI '
THI3 (Monday) AFTERXOOH STY- I
MONSTER OPERATIC CON'CKKT
FOR THE BENEFIT OF
THE PARIS FLOOD SUFFERERS!
M««w Garden Mine. Tetrazzlni. Mile. Cavallerl
Mile. Oervilift-H' achf. M' •• D'Alvarez Mil.-"
Trentlni, Mate Duchene, MM D ilmon - Mr!
Cormsck, Retiaud. Rammarco. Lucas, Liufr'anne
Huberdeau a:ul other artists. '
js Tickets ?:■ to Si.
CA R X KOI E II A I." £
SYMPHONY
SOCIETT OF NEW YORK
WALTEK 1 DAMRUSCH, conduct,*
To-morro W (Tuesday) Evenly at 8:l j
Berlioz-Debussy Pro grim
M^ V ,,. i SO,,X |TH|S 4FTE;I| T |
PIANO RECITAL BY
MMB. ANTOINETTE
SZUMOWSKA
CHOPIN P O|, X * M
' "•■■ * ; ■ "'' Maaon* flj \ lUn Hmii
GAINSBOROUGH STIIUO6
■lltllMla?. I, •„(..(!• |llli> |. \,
Recital JOSEPH WEISS !
On 50th. |
James McCresry & Co,
23rd Street J4t/ >
SILK DEPARTMENTS. *» Both Store,.
«3lcCreery Silks"
Famous over half a Century.
In addition, Liberty Silk* representing ■
the productions of Messrs. Liberty & Co H
London, England. Exclusive weaves and
colors including Thracian Crepe, Satin
Orion Satin Aspl^del, M>rano, Nirvana,
Nitas and Crepe Sold net*
sively by James McCreery & Co.
On Monday and Tuesday,
February the 7th and Bth.
Sale of Twenty-live Thousand yards
Satin Messaline in a complete assortment
of Evening and Street colors. The latest
Paris shades, also white, cream and black.
55c per yard
former pr!«vj tic
Sale of all Imported Novelty Velvets,
discontinued pattern*. 55c per yard
former prtr* 2.M
WASH DRESS GOODS DEP'TS. In Both Stores.
On Monday and Tuesday,
February the 7th and Sth.
Annual Sale of Colored and White
French Costume Linen.
Colors: — Pink, " Alice," Copenhagen.
Delft, Navy and Sky Blue, Lavender.
Heliotrope, Wistaria, Amethyst, Catawba.
Mulberry. Moss and Olive Green, Cham
pagne, Tnssah, Leather, Nut and Golden
Brown, Old Rose, French and Steel Grey,
also Natural. White or Black. 47 inches
Tvide. •■■ P er s ard
vain* U9
DRESS GOODS DEP'TS. In Both Store*.
On Monday, February the 7 th.
Sale of Colored and Black Dress Goods.
All Wool Diagonal Suitings, Spring
weight. 50 inches wide. Also All Wool
Cashmere Serge in the latest Paris shades.
54 inches wide. I*ls per yard
rain* L>»
Black Broadcloth, Spring weight ; sponged
and shrunk. 5? inches wide.
1,6* per yard
t^. Tain* 2.5"
All Wool Black French Voile, crisp fin
ish. 45 inches wide. SSc per yard
raioe 125
James McCreery & Co,
23rd Street 34-th Street
James McGreery & Go,
23rd Street 34th Street
■<? - On 3landay and Tuesday,
: February the 7th and Stb.
DOMESTIC RUGS. In Both Store*.
All Wool Mission Kugs, various sizes.
Discontinued patterns.
6 x 9 ft . . 5.40
▼alae I."'
7 ft. 6 in. x IO ft. 6 in 8.00
T-alne 10^*
9 x 12 ft. 10.00
Other sizes in proportion.
Wilton Rugs,— Oriental and self toned
colors. Size 8 ft. 3 in. x to ft. 6in . . 25.00
„«-■ , prlre ifcJ*
Axminster Hugs, — Oriental design?.
Size 1) x 12 ft 19.50
ii«nal price SJ-W
BLANKET DEP'TS. In Both Stores.
Marseilles Bed Spread*, with scalloped
edges; satin finish. Single and double bed
sizes. 3.75 and 4.7-5
Crochet Bed Spreads . . . 1.10 and 1.65
1,000 pairs Fine White California Wool
Blankets. Full size. 4.50 and 5.50 pair
LINEN DEPARTMENTS, In Both Stores.
Hand-embroidered Madeira Luncheon
Sets, consisting of 13 pieces. 5.00 per set
u«ual prk'# T.i*
Breakfast Napkins, Shamrock Brand.
2.75 per do*
Hemstitched Linen Sheets and Pillow
Cases.
Single bed size 3.*:5 and 4.75 pa^
owtl pric«"» j- 1 * *■* * 5 *
Double bed size . . . . 1.7 ■"> and 0.75 air
■Mai prices «I<H> * ad s - <>
Pillow Cases . 90c and 1.13 pa jr
aitual price* 1.30 *»* ViS
A new stock of hand-embroidered
Linen sheets, l*illow Cases and Bed
Spreads, at attractive prices.
James McCreerv & Co,
23rd Street 34th Siree*
AMUSEMENTS.
iRVINfi i 1 "" r ' ;'; ' Week! "Every Ev*. &:15«
IflVinW I *<*t. Mat -^15, jre'it comic «>jv:ru
I'l.ACfc I «<lec»s« ••Ch'-iVfl, th<- r<>r»»»f rn
XUEAIRK i t>*ught«r" t l»ie 1 ormrr I brut l>
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