EXCHANGE FIXES MIES
Graft Hunters Also Hear 80 Per
Cent Fire Insurance Explained.
♦RETURN TO RACING AGAIN
Judge Bruce Expects to Have
JR. Keene and H. P. Whit
ney as Witnesses.
The legislative investigating committee
continual its preliminary work in fire in-
Mranoe matters yesterday, and then ad
journed over Thanksgiving season to Tues
day morning. November 2*.
On that .Jay it will return to Its graft
probe, and look further into the collec
tion Hi disbursement of the alleged
half-milMon collar lobby toad of the racing
iniereftfs in opposition to the Agnew-llart
amti-paznhlinfr laws passed at the special
M -i of the Legislature in l9(r? -
James R. Keene and Karry Payne Whit
ney, the two m<">st prominent who were
*aid* to have been present at the Delmoni
ccrs aim; at which the fund was pre
eumaMy raised, may he on the stand at
the next session of the committee. Sub
•jKrna servers Jor the investigators have
ibeen looking for them, so far without BOO
'»cess. but M- Linn Bruce, counsel to the
f committee, said yesterday that he bad
\hcpes of reaching them before next Toes
Members of the committee expressed the
ajeJief ye-<crday that it was entirely within
jtfce pcopft of »-hat body to investigate the
•recently exposed conditions with respect to
khe theft of meat from the Manhattan
istate Hospital, on Ward's Island, hut off
icially that matter has not yet been con
Edwin Al.".A 1 .". Merritt. jr.. chairman of the
In—ilftrr said that, -while be would ad
jvise an investigation of the "Ward's Island
ifraft if it mad to be necessary, he
Uhought that as ions as the guilty parties !
leeemcd to be in a fair way to be attended ;
\to ty the District Attorney's office there
[«'if no * need, for the-committee to step in.
Fire Insurance Rates.
i George-^VV. BaMl. the general attorney for
•the la— Assurance Company, v.ho
j\vas on the stand at the hearing on Tul^
|ciay, v.as examined yesterday, and William
bil. Baraent, general adjuster fur the Home
tTire Insurance. Company, followed him.
' Through th« examination or Mr. Babb
Ljudce Bruce established the fact that rates
ifor lire insurance in New York were fixed
♦by neither the .National nor the New York
Board of. Fire Underwriters, but by the
New York Fire Insurance Exchange. After
the hearing Mr. Bruce commented on the
statement of the witness with regard to tlie
!ra -- fixing power of the e.xchange In such
je. way as to give the inference that when
(the committee next takes up the insurance
<^r:d of t'tMi investigation thai, will be one of
Slije chief points of attack.
; U'illiam H. Hotchkiss. the State Superin
tendent of Insurance, has contended that
■3:is ■.•-:■ should have at least some
:«ort of power of supervision over this rate
•f:x:nf:. and it appears to be the intention of
!ih<? present committee to recommend some
:3f?iFl&.Tion lookintr toward that reform.
With the examination of Mr Bament,
Judge Bruce sought to brins out the views
of insurance men on what Is known as the
**50 ;>er cent co-insurance clause."
This clause, which is a part of every
standard form fire insurance policy written
in New York State, provides that in
amounts aliove $2,500 the insured must
carry insurance to the value of *■" per cent
Of the proper^" insured, or else stand him
f-elf as a co-irs=urer to the extent of what
ever )'er<»'ntapn under SO per cent he in
!;■■•_■•• ■ Kplafll«d it. a •
I ■-■■ : tOCiC WOII
... ■ t least the ex-
The 80 Per Cent Clause.
Supposing that I* insurer! for only $60,000
cn<l suffered a fire loss which affected just
iJGO.Wt worth of his stock!, he would not be
jable to oollect $68.00!> insurance, because the
jcompany. u.ader the SO per cent co-insur
[ance clause, -would figure that 6-6, or 75
ijter cent, of the loss was up to while
•r-S. or 2Tt jjc-r cent, of ft was up to the in-
JFurfi. in lhat he did not insure his stock
;?o the ■••'-. cent ot its value.
In the c£sc of a total loss, with the cir
tcumstances proportioned as above, said
IMr Bament. the insured would get from
jthe insurance <company the lull face value
at his policy.
OH* r-f thrfi reasons why the companies
ifelt justifieri in enforcing this 81 per cent
!co-ißFurance clause, he said, was that in
Ith* oi-ftnvhftlmin?: majority of fines there
l-u-as a. oertain percenTage of salvage. Fig
i-Lr.r.,- on this salvage, and also on the fact
i that <sven with buildings the great major
fity of fires inflicted a damage of only a
; small percentage of the total value, in-
Furers would take out policies for some
thing: like 1<» per cent of the value of their
property.! and if it were not for the SO per
cent clause would T?e able to collect the
foil value of their policy or damage when
they had paid premiums on only a small
I proportion of the value of their entire
Jfir. Bament admitted that the 50 per cent
i ©-insurance clause was the subject of con
•■?.:... attacks, and also that it was not
Jin effect in a majority of tho states of the
! Vnion. but claimed that it was nothing'
J more than justice to the fire insurance
I companies that they should legally tie per
finitted to force insurers either to pay
; premiums on at least BO per cent <->* their
'; total valuation or accept and share with
I the company the risk up to that per
The clause, he said, does not apply In
; amounts smaller than S2,- r .0~», nor on policies
• which cov*-r only personal property.
Wh*-n the committee turns again to its
; fire insurance probe members and officials
i of the New York Fire Insurance Exchange
• wi"! be asked to explain their methods and
j rights in fixing: rates of insurance, but be
: fore that it is the present intention to pur
• cue the inquiry into the activities of the
' lobby of the racing interests.
I"or »-hii> n^ws •.«*» thirteenth page.
<4 A representative Buyer"
Once said, "If you could
put an E. & W.
Dress Shirt on a man once
There would be only one firm
Making Dress Shirts."
EARL & v.\i.-- ik.
M*-ndHhM>hn Hall, »it Monday Aft., at 3
t9 $1.00. 3Jaxiag*-mcat ••■ Loudon Charlton.
Call special attention to their large assortments of
Women's Domestic Underwear
Consisting nf many Exclusive Styles in
Nighl Robes. Chemises, Drawers, Corset Covers,
Combinations, Princess Slips and Petticoats.
Mndr of the best materials and the most desirable class of Laces ami
of AUover Laces, Chiffon, Crepe de Chine, Surah and
China Silks, Albatross, Flannel and Challies. K M
And in addition v 1v 1 '
To-morrow, Excellent Values in
Aprons of Lawn and Swiss, 22 C 35 C 48 C to 90 C
for Maids and Waitresses, at 9 '
For Afternoon, Street and Evening Wear
of Marquisettes and Chiffons lined with contrasting colors many
Models Embroidered in Indian Beading Designs; Persian Silks
and Chiffons in rich colorings, Messalines. Taffetas, Satins,
Peau de Soie and Crepe de Chine.
Tailored Effects in Linens, Madras, Voile, Poplin, Viyella
and Scotch Flannels.
Made of Messaline. Satin. Chiffon Taffeta, Silk and Wool Jersey, in
all the latest styles and novelties, to be worn with the prevailing
models of Gowns, Negligee. Bridal and Evening Wear.
Also an Importation of
Petticoats of Messaline Silk, So >J^
in all colors, with seventeen inch knotted fringe. at "•/%*
Women's and Men's Hosiery
At Specially Reduced Prices
Black Silk Lisle or Plain Gauze, 9Qr Slx $1 (f\%
garter double tops and soles. Pair *^^ Pairs H» ! LJ^
Value 45c Pair
Plain Black Gauze Lisle, double tops.
Black Embroidered Lisle and Fancy Effects, 'I'JC Six H) ip
also Black Cotton with unbleached soles. Pr. *-> J Pairs ■^•■^
Value 50c to 65c Pair
Pure Silk Hose, in black and colors, 1 "")C Three -3 z:e*
with double tops and soles, Pair ii»^^ Pairs ".OO
Value $1.75 Pair
French Pure Silk Hose, extra quality. <i r\u? Three *7^
in black and colors, with self clocks. Pr. * a>'D pairs O.JD
Value $2.75 Pair
French Pure Silk Hose, extra quality, — « Three o ryr\
embroidered insteps and fancy effects. Pr. J--.JO Pairs ©»"U
Value $3.95 to 5.00 Pair
Imported Half Hose, extra fine quality, 1>^ C lx lA^
in plain and fancy, black and colors. Pair **& Pairs il^l-D
Value 45c Pair
Pure Thread Silk Half Hose, superior S^ C Three^) A g
quality, with double cotton soles. Pair OO Pairs &• sO
Value $1.00 Pair
West Twenty-third Street
j Holiday Handkerchiefs
I At "The Linen Store"
I Our holiday assortment is now ready and comprises
I every desirable kind of handkerchief in absolutely pure
I linen for men, women and children. Prices range from
I 121 ,.. to $100.00 each.
I The assortment includes Hand Embroidered Initial
1 Handkerchiefs with letters in Old English, Block and
I Embroidered or Lace Trimmed Handkerchiefs, some
I showing the dainty Swiss needlework, others the beautiful
I French hand work, and still others the work of the Anne-
I nia!!. Irish and Bohemian peasants.
I Exquisite Handkerchiefs of Valenciennes, Duchesse
1 and Point Lace with sheer, filmy linen centres.
■ Also, thousands of dozens of Hemstitched Handker-
I chiefs of every weight, size and texture.
I All holiday handkerchiefs are packed in boxes
I bearing our Spinning Wheel, the hall mark of abso-
I lately pure linen.
[James McCutcheon & Co.,
I sth Aye. & 34th St., w JffiL
■ m , u . I I IV OI'KRA. U-r.-r 34th Street
MAN HA I IAN Eve . 15. Mit Sat.. 15.
MATINEE HIIIA THE FMTK
TO-PAY. UnNV ILAYKK.
LAST :■ nHlllJ Prices
time?. mmr^mw^ 25c. to $2.
Vext Sunday 2D VAUDEVILLE CONCERT.
NEXT MONDAY II JtIjiiFVII I F acts
ixACGTIBATIOX. fflUllCflLLC act*.
Kv'l.'fi-:ts-M»-"5 I J2^P'"'y Mat. 4 JS-snc. -• ate now
"ncTTchTr^'f^ 1 " nr - R' wa >'- Bye - B:3 °-
BEU "I HE CONCERT"
"oM J^^"J ri^_CONCERT^
DCniIDITO West 42d St. Ev«,8:15. Mats.
NCr UuLIU To-day and Saturday. - 10.
REBEGCA OF SUNNYBROOK FARM
H.M.lAihv By &■ 30ih. Mats. To-day & Sat.
Matins Jo-day UAV IDUfIU in '••"""■'
... , ,|,,.k ITlfll inlfln al'<.li;.h.
ASTOR B*JV4sthSt. Eve. fc:2o. Matinees
Ad lUlf To-day and Saturday at 2:20.
HOLIDAY MATINEE TO-DAY. I With
the girl,;: I . taxi ( ' ar "' r n
I C VI II ft I To-day iMat,TS2:l3.^ft jErenr Eve..
InflllU ' •■!•'•. "Hi- .MtifclUantennia^del"
j-i \, i '■ iThs Musician* cirl>. operetta by
THEATHKiG. Jarno. L _ Sat. Mat.. Die JournaHst?n
q| yy TIIBATBKj E. 14th Ft. Ev. & Sat. Mat..
' T n 7,c 60c 75c $:. Wed. Mat.. "_'sc to 7Sc
HOLIDAY MAT. BESSIE McCOY l 'L • >?/.*«**
TO-DAY. Dtsslt MCbUI fcCHO.
• ' v3^. '-
Half a Century
X FOB YOUNG PEOPLE. T
, J WALTER DAJkIROSCH Conductor I
♦First Concnrt, Sat., Nov. 26, at 2:30 ♦
4 • CLASSIC GERMAN T .
♦ Works by Mozart. Haendel. Gluck A
d> Symphony No 1 in C Beethoven 2
4. Soloist Mr. DALTON-BAKEIt I
4 Tickets at Office. 1 W.34th St.. i- Tiax Office. T
11IK NKW THKATKE
Society of New York.
WALTER DA3IROSCII, Conductor.
Next siindiiy Aft., Nov. 27. at 3.
Pymphony No. 3. llmlli-i , conducted by the
conir-os<»- <li»-8t iimri, the Obstinate Note
M«sk<m>ki; the Loreley. Lloit ; Wee liuldu I a-
Bhaaeka, Symphonic Waltz. P. Btock(flrai Lime)
Tickets floe, to fa. at Box Office & ].\v. 34 ih St.
Carnegie Hall. 'In,— Aft., l».-. 6th at I
Recital of Folk Songs by MML
Frank fa Force at the Piano (Baldwin*.
I $1 to tXM. Management Lou. ion Charlton.
Lord & Taylor
Friday and Saturday, November 2^th and 26th,
Special Sale of
Misses ' and Girls '
Winter Coats, Suits & Dresses
at Greatly Reduced Prices
4 to 14 years — ■
Cheviots and Meltons,
Broadcloths, imported mix
tures and Chinchillas,
Imported Meltons, large
collar of velvet,
4 to 14 Years.
150 Dresses. Values $10.00 to $15.00,
$6. 75 and $10.00
13 to IT Years.
100 Dresses, consisting of Serges and Novelty
$15.00 Value $20.00
Junior Tailored Suits
12 to Itt Years.
Cheviots, Mixtures and Fancies. 75 Suits in
all — Chic, Girlish Styles,
$I^. 00 Values $20.00 to $2.5.00
Special for Friday and Saturday.
Girls ' School and Dress Shoes
— All Leathers —
6 to 11, 11% to 2, 2Uto.SU,
$ L 75 $2.25 $2.75
Girls" Extra High Cut Shoes
—All Leathers. —
6to 8, 81 2to 11, II 1 -to 2, 2UtooU,
$2.25 $2.50 $3-25 $3-50
Small Boys ' Shoes
All leathers, 10% to 13% $2.2j
Broadway & '20th St.; sth Are.; 19th St.
\Ve are truly thankful Hot
tentot weather doesn't prevail
What would become of our
good Winter clothing, furnish
ings, hats and shoes for men
Rogebs Peet & Company
Three Broadway Stores,
at at at
Warren st. 13th st. 34th st.
XrEXDELSSOIIX HAIL MflV 915
Next Sat. Eve. at R:IS. llUf ■ £%)
2Nl> BONG RECITAL
Th« Eminent C.erinan I.ledersaeiiEpr.
JOHN M.\MU:i.BKOI) AT THE PIANO.
Price*. 7.V- to $I. Now on sal« at B.x Office.
Management R. E. JOHNSTON.
AUCDinAII I ' i! I Curtain rises at 1:30
AlnCnlvliliMu . =.-»cf Rtid 7^-» i m in 1B sharp.
o^ r ,A 22 ALL STAR ACTS
QUANTITY Arnold Daly. >"" Bout. Rise
BUT QUALITY; '« Cohen, iiii Holt Waketlelrf.
flfll filllAl Chrlt.tr »■■*■»>■— and
llULUnlllL Cliief >lr>«TH. Hnland Weal
Dally Mat. IBc I & Co., Marshall P. Wilder.
111 IIAUDDft BALDINA * KOBLOFF,
lILnAIIIDnA thk ,;mvkhn«;>h s .-.,>.■.
■■ Dall* Mat. 26c FRANK FOOERTY. uthj
14 to IS years,
Novelty Mixtures and
Karakul cloth, Broadcloth
end imported mixtures,
NEW YORK'S I,K.\r>lN<; THEATRES.
jCjLJIDIDC By. 40th St. Eves-8:15. Mats.
ClnrinC To-day. Sat. and Wed.. 2:13.
JOHN DREW V;:: SMITH
I VPCIIIi 4 "' t!l st - " n B ' wa y- Eve.B:3o.
LluCum Mats TO PAY & Pat.. 2:*_'O.
THE IMPORTANCE ... k.^V,.
OF BEING EARNEST o^,^.
n&Pßirif :: "' Si . nr. B'way. By. 8:2fl
UrtRHILH Milts Today. Sat. & Wed.
THE SPECKLED BAND:
An Adventure of -l.erl.x U Holmes.
by A. CON AN DOYLE.
KNICKERBOCKER. B'way and 3«th St.
Eve. 8 Sharp Mats. TO-PAY * Sat.. 2.
toexa NEILSON fwed TERRY
wV^'k. i. THE SCARLET PIMPERNEL
NEXT .MON. 3 Weeks Only. Seats Now.
MISS NEILSOX and MR." TF.KKY
in HENRY 111 i N MIKE.
UlinQ^y Uth St.. nr.' Bway. Eve.B:3o.
nUU-VMJ Today, Sat A Wed . 2: # JO.
DAVID BELASCO presents
BLANCHE ' BATES " Ssg i
criterion "' y - 41thSt - Kv.Sr.in. M ts.
Unl B EliiW II To-day, Sat. ,<:. Wed.. 2:15.
pi mil "'""' St.. Bway. At B:2*.
Dlil\/W Mats. To-day & Pat.. 2:'Jf>.
ZELDA SEARS IN I a n»w I
THE NEST EGG comVdy I
linn Aharl>.-im-11, with ICalpii Hen. in
I New York B'wy and 45th St Evea.B:ls|
RBW lUIR Mats. To-day i- Sat.; -':15. ■
THANKSGIVING MAT TO-DAY. ■
Mill EMMA TKKNTIM In ■
Naughty Marietta 1
with ORVILLK HARROLP. I
LIBERTY " 1 -1 St - Eves.S:ls. M«T»-
LIDE.nI I To-day. Rat. fr Wed.. 2:15.
BEST COMEDY IN TOWN
THE COUNTRY BOY ff,S£r r
WEBER'S I .reSj^S^
B-y.29 St. Mata. fILfW A ■ TOi l.l\
To-day and^yaj^j^yith .litll.V MiCI.OSIiKY^
CHARLES DILI INCH AM : H I Kv.». at 8 -°
CLORP H '" nv . ,v -! To ; d , a - V
\4bVCdC 4<*>tli ist x- Sat.. 2:15.
EXTRA MATIN Ki; TO-DAY.
Adeline Genee ™»«
academy ;;:,vi^. Siberia
James McCreery & Co,
2 3rd Street 34th Street
On Friday, November the 25th.
MEN'S UNDERWEAR. In Both Stores.
100 dozen, Fine, White English Merino
Shirts and Drawers. Shirts— short or Ion?
sleeves : drawers — stout or regular.
1.85. per garment
u*nal prim 2.10 to 3.00
Natural Grey Merino Shirts and Draw
ers, medium weight. 65c per garment
ii«rxal price Mo
Natural Silk aid Wool Combination
Suits. Size 34 to 44 inches. 3.50
usual pric© 5.00
MEN'S HALF HOSE.
100 dozen. Cashmere Half Hose in black,
Oxford or natural color. Light weight.
25c per pair
LADIES' CLOAKS. In Both Stores.
English Tweed Coats. 15.00 and 22.50
usual price* 20.00 and 30.00
Motoring Coats, made of Imported plaid
back cloth. 35.00
nsnal price 43.00
Black Velour Paletots, lined with silk
of contrasting colors. 45.00
usual price ■'>"> (
JUNIOR SUIT DEP'TS. In Both Stores.
Junior Suits of Cheviot and mixed
fabrics. Gored or plaited skirt. Sizes 14
and 16 years. 18.50
Coats of navy blue Cheviot,— full length
model buttoned to neck. Size 6to 12 years.
Rainproof Capes in navy blue, red or
brown. Size 6to 14 years.- 3.75
MERINO UNDERWEAR DEP'TS. In Both stores.
On Friday and Saturday,
November the 25th and 26th.
Ladies' Italian Silk Union Suits,—em
broidered or plain. Tight knee or Umbrella
shape. 3.9 D
Tain" 4.95 to 7.50
Hand-knit Slippers of worsted . . . sOc
Shetland Wool Shawls 1.50
Hand-knit Capsforautomobile wear 1 .50
James McCreery & Co,
23rd Street 34th Street
James McCreery & Co.
TOY DEPARTMENT. 34th Street Store.
An attractive assortment of Fine Im
ported Dolls Toys, Games and Books for
Boys and Girls. At very moderate prices.
The New Theatre Cent. Fk. W. IPhona
IHe New ineatre eca-esasts; issoocol
To-day at 3 and Saturday Ev(f, S:3O.
Phakespeare"» Rollicking Comedy.
THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR
T«-nnch». S:3O. aad Saturday Mat.. 2.
PI NERO'S POWERFUL. DRAMA.
Friday Ev-nfn« at 8:1*
Ba«Hillin> • v ' ! i '' tM * y i Ht!>ler - i Career
SISTER BEATRICE (D^ L L iV E DON
»st Week: Mon. & Fr). Ev^s. A Sat.
Mat S!*ter Beatrice and Don (Double
Pill i- Tups.. WM. & Thurs. Evjt. A Wed.
Mat ' The M«-rrv Wive* of Windsor: Sat.
Evg.. The Thunderbolt.
111 IC~CTfP"~ IJ ' y and "^>th St - Evrs. «:30. r*>h".
nAdLollU Mats. To-day at 3: S»*t.. 2:15.
Extra Matinee To-morrow at 3.
Maurice THE BLUE BIRD
Maeterlinck's i," 1"*1 "* DLUL Dlt\U
"The Blue Bird for M ■;■ mm. "
New Th-atre's Management. Original Call
To-day, Special Miitlnrf at 1 Sharp,
F\RSlF*it» Mtne Fremstad; MM Burrian.
Amato. Witherspoon. Gorltz. Reiss. Hlnshaw.
To-night ot 8:15 — KIGOLKTTO. mm**
Melba Flahaut, Mattfeld; MM. Constantino.
n.nau'd Pldur. Rossi. Bada. Conductor, Podrstl.
Frl EvK.. double bill— CAY \I.l KKI A RUS
TIC \N* and PAGLIACCI. Mir.-.* P*sttnn.
AlteV Wlckham. Mattff.l.l MM. Caruso. Mar
tin Amato. Otlly. Buda. Conductor. V-I^sti.
Sat A«.. at 1:30 — DIX WALKI'ERE. Mmes.
Weldi Mor^na. Flahaut ; MM. Burrtan. Soomer.
Hlnckley. Conductor. Hertz.
Sun. Xv«.. pop. — (.K\M> SUNPA*
CONCERT. Nmn Gluck, Wlekban MM.
Burrian. OlUy. il*» SeguroU. Entire Metropoli
tan Opera Orchestra. Conductor. PaMernack- .
Next Week: Mon. Evg. — LOHKM'.KIN.
Mmc?. Morena. Hom*r; MM. Jadl«»wker.
Boomer, Hlnckley. Hlnahaw. fond. Herts.
I'tif-. Evgr.. Special Pprf'ce at S:l."V— 1 X
TRAVIATA. Mines Melha. Sfauhourg Matt
feld: MM. <T>nst.intino (";al^m *debut>. Roeat,
Audlslo. Begue. Reschlßlian. Cond. rud«etl
AVed. Kt».-ARJIH)K. Mmes. Fremstul. iU
mfr . Gluck. Kappnid. Sparkei Mauboursr: mm
Caruso. Amain. fjllly. de Securola. Bad*, B«-i»
T!i.ir«. K\g.~ 1! TROVATORR. Mmes. Rap
pold. Homer; MM Blesak Amato. Rossi.
Frl. Evsr— MAI>AMA TTFRFI Mmes.
Farrar, Forma; MM Martin. Bcottl Cond..
BROOKLYN ACAOKMV OF mi -ir
Sat. Kvk.. Nov 2«. at B:I.">— ORFEO. Mmen.Hrt
m ,-r. Uappold. Cluck Sparkea Cond. Toscanlnl.
WJ i ■->: p| v vi . I'STEP
wM ( , lllU!>KI , h . sr«»lr
. 06 St. A COLITMPtTfI AVB _liijLr
H\M>rERSTEINB r> ena fox. odiva. noon^y
Eves. 2R-50-73.5i & Bent Flo Ir«tn * <« •
Ticket* for Shubert Theatres, la rhi-Greap.
j Not Sold Through Tyson-* or Bride*
Entire Block. «th Aye.. 43d-44th Stm Evs 3 -
Daily Matm«es at 2. Best Seats $^.««-
The Interna- i Ballet of I The ; 12 "***
tional Cup I Niagira |iar;hauake CircuS»B»
Lew Fields' Herald -i By. 35 S:. Evs_?:l'
3?^T^l y LULUGUSEB rhei.tori*
LULU uLaotn thrK*!**!-
Comedy. It. Eof By. Ev.v"A Mrs Tfy.;»-
Last Week Here. Next Week Circle Theat-e.
ETE T x o- r da^ at - DOUGUSjFAIHBiNXS to .'."
WILLIAM COLLIER'S COMEDY Theatre.
s=amp Location as Com*dv The ? tr f-
SB? r WILLIAM COLLiER
:< in 111 1:1 HANC.KD »t_li!2^--r-
DALY'S ffi&m?» 3 %5&
Betray .» 30th. DJIP I mint To-d»Tl___
HACKKTT. 42 I St.. W. of Bwajr Evgs. v^J-
Mats. To-day and MOTHER -A
Saturday. M.V WUIH tII J%**±
B f way Th.. B"y.cor 41 Mts.Todav A 5at .2;.}~
MARIE CAHILL J^jvol
Casino. By i 3t)th. Mats To-day *S"jSS
gT SAM BERNARD m %Sgggs.
Nulm 'in ST. T11E.V..:!W p «j Br j
Eves S:3ft Mats. I WKKUON in M«.f"*gi
To-day and Sat KiTHth''^
Next Mon.->lnift Truubadi>ar_Millgljs^-
Marine » IMI - Th.. S9kK>«
: . r °to y Tha Gamblßrs^h^i^
Lyrle.l2.ir.ofßy. Ev.S.ls. Mt» -Tdv*3ar^»
SsrMne.TroubaiipuO : s«£v,-
ViV. ■ «rs.lßsliillirlarg, 25St. «*•>»■
2J>. Seats on Salo To-day. -
West End. ISSUwW. of 8 Ay. Mat Toda* »- *
H. B.Warner in^ SIS Jimmy Va!entifl2
Ne^ t Wk.— MarlePresslerTltUe^ NISi«!SO
Clr7ir7B>A6oth. Eva S:l3. Mts -T^f p.=
Thos. A. Wise. "A Gentleman frorr.MU»!-«i»P>
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