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FINDS 3 SLAIN IN FU
Brooklyn Tailor's Wife, Mothe in-Law and Child Shot. SLEEPING BABY IS SPARE Woman's Brother, a Shoemako Arrested on the Charge of Homicide. A trip'?* miir'lot-, tho youngeei victim .1 XV as a m? 1 ? reeled yitatertey noon when Adolfo l?ofa il lor. II vine ut No IM Park .\?tn?''. iv lamaburg, arrived homo and found liis wl bee ;ic???i motlwr and hla danghtet Kin^ .if.ni t'i .'i bedroom, with bnl ?ids ?n their ?'? ? ' tou h?c fronl ?I?.??? in? ko?l when li?' arrlv : had hrokon it ??i??'n Th?' bndi<8K which w? ?'?? -'? ha?l been drasi?ed across the floor a ?>vn Inside th?' bedroom, After ?n i vr-tiir.iti-.M Die "? bellev ? e grandn >th?er was '- - s'??? s ??i-.'k'iH' Ina notar ? kitchen i 11? t mart led dauffhi v.a p ii sued md Mil? ?i. atter whl I gfor si???? the little girl. The fii-t ii' Parti aven ne*l*$lioiI toi of the ?laying eai through i)i?' acreema and crtoa ?>f Lofai ivi?ii a cMatd, whl? ?i he btwrowed fre tho tamil* ?o? tho floor below, he h; brol ? ? k off the ?lf'T loading in kitchen ?and enterad, Before him, isl of th? ?HsoriVr ,-if overturn ??. lay hla tm-montha-old baby gi he* ? t aril ? I ?iri'it nr.uni.l to the lifztit. her f>?.?t ?Jtlcklni ?? of ti,? doorwa] of tha ?intk b**droom, Ii his .ik'?-? mothor-in-law, Furthei away the - ty his uif.'. Tho i"?lv of R - !" ? gi aii.lmnthor's bre st lx'fs'-o's ?ii.- lioijcht trniints of t\ houpo on thO run. and th?? poll?-?? a! t! VeTOon at Jion woro nut it I? tr??lman O'Reilly nn?l ?iiltnaitln 1. I ? an ?ho i-? fiif> I'.v that time | of Um hooband an?! Hi*? now? of tho mu ?I. r ha?l Httr.i' tOO a crowd that '?f twenty men wer?? sont i.,?wl tiio . urlotia i" < booh iAififo w,?s taketl In hand hy the poll? und ? i?,teK- quant Itatod. m1i.uk with Balv toro Pe'onio. bTOthOT of 1/ofaro'fi wU \"iihcr COtlM throw iiuu'h lltiht on tl nniifi? r. Tha oady rtdattve who ?'<?ui<i n be f?"in?l ni*? M UtOO DolOIDO, ? pti,?inakf who la alao ? btothw of tha dead ?aroma 1"?. ''ms who \\??nt i?> hla -1 ? ' v fi.i Mumboldl stiooi. found th? pla? locked. Th?--.- then began ;? ? refe for him? ?covering e\erv ??art ?.f tl . itv Ijito laut nicht h? returned to ?? mid was arrost. ?I on tho charge of hOM rj?]o ii.. waa locked op In th? V?ti_on an -? Mon Ho w?aa qu-aetlqned c?\oaoly y ? ? .- admlaalona from him father of Balratore an ly. Re left a house I ?Brooklyn valued at about M.OO0 to ins wlf? this prope ritrtng hia entire oatat? ...toro t'il'1 the police ?hat MattM an ?* the family were on had term.? and it i? a matt? of record that tomber M Matte? was arreated and ar ? :" Maglatrat? Kempnei of Brooklyn, "n a charge of asaauli pr? ed. Tin: as tl ? ? ? ? t? mlly oecupj ? ? I i" the hooae ift? ? Lofaro h id !? ft for woi ??. and thai - ? ? ? Hing there, fl - ? I.??fir? ?.?,? .? moi nlng, 1 heard aounda <>f quarrelling, ami ? \">, on? In 'i a n - ? I? h Lofar? !> ft Wll ',"i nlnp was hut Jew? ? ii-jd. MERCHANTS CHARGE FRAUD James A. Hearn ?fe Son Say They Lost $41,000 in Auto Repairs. I .. - \ H'arn .S- Sun. th" dl n ere ? omplali Ie ? ii-- George ? ni!?l I'rank Th? dry h.'i'i been ematicallj defrauded of 141,000 In tha aw B in, who r? ? ?! th?-ir ?? ? ii ?i as ri.-li? ? ? i and Ki m they employed to auperlnt? nd .i j. Filerai for noarl; two reara fore on. No and ?ii" i ? ? amina ? > ? ? ? mu? h i" hat h?* knew hIh- ? i ?Is of \ t Before h< did j ? ?itit book ala tb? ' enti !? - "? ? !.. I ;. ,?-., ?? r 'i . nd entries, > timea und?--r th? merely a - .id, always called K< ?r?? " r?n ?"?-"'.?, .-t "f i ouni ? i for the d? Jn?s", , ? - ? ? t. M?.-> i . jo'irno.i ? . til NovembCT 23 .lus t|r. '.'?o pr? i d?Ml SAYS BROKER 'MADE PRIC Telegraph Operator Tells Me ods of B. F. Scheitels & Ce Th.' niannor in whloh f>nrge Ora Rl?e ma?!, the "market pri?e" for ? in Which R P, Srhofi.ls & ?o. *, directly totereated was dos.-rlhcd yot flay by Walter s. ?Campbell, a telegi "I ?latin formerly in the emptoy of firm. ?Campbell was a arlliisea at the ? of Rice and th?- other membera of Beheftela firm in iho i mt.d Btatea fir < 'ourt ?'nmphi'H eald thai whonover ho rere: order? for atocka ho ontorod them o ahmt, and if they were "houee stori those which the firm was promoting, reould mark tho order as mied by mal a ring around it. Tho prw at which a < tom.r ordi ti'.l tins?, storks could not diff?rent from the market prior, h?? s becatiae ?Rice made the market price "Rice .all. ?I ni?- up In Hi?- morning loft a memorandum for mo th? niuhi for? Bxlng th? hi.) and asked price for noua? stocka ai th? opening <?f th? it k?i.' Campbell sai?i "i would fill buy aell ordera al tivs?- prlcea before thr p kei opened. An order .??mine from branch ttffce ?<>iii?i not be at any ot price than th? Ota? made by Hi??' in morning becauae i would telegraph i" I? ?? to ill the branchea " in ? roaa examining John .1 Delaney, <l?r clerk ?>f Beheftela, who, ?Although has beeome a mtneaa for th? g ernment, Loada .1. \?>rhaus, counat** the defence, attempted to show that : lanoy turned agatnet his former associa se h?- w.s Hfrald of th?? inllu-n??' sin-h m? i' aa United s?atos Senator N'i\ George ?Wingfleld and tho Quggenheli whom. Mr Vorhaua sai?i. Rice had <'xp<> in maga alna articles pnhllahed recently, i >? iney ?*?aled this, but eald be t i:i<-?' he was making .?? mistake in atta. int: (lenatot Nivm. Hi?- QuggenhtHma ? others and ??nis endangered hlmaelf a ins co ,i> fendanta at the ?rial Mr Dorr, ?Vaslatanl United st.it, s m? noy, then ?naked Delaney whetlior Ri?* attack on Senator Nixon an?l others mn him tl nk thai ho nn?l RlC? h?>ii1<1 he r? vlcted ?Ihiikv thov weir guilty or Int ? N<>. " sai?i Delaney, "they had nothi to do with It. In view of the charges tic indictment I knew I would ba ?'< \ i? tod hv my arts " DUVEEN AGAIN DODGES CAS Henry A. Wise Announces r Will Not Move It Any More. Men lam?n .1 Luven, head of th?, X? fork branch of Dtnreen Brothers, art de; ?i^. Hiiain failed to appear hi ?onrt wh ? area called hefore .Indue Martin. th?- United Btatea ?Circuit <'eurt. yeatetdi Duveen vas Iiidi'-teil almost a year a for defrauding the go**ernmenl of r'istot d'ltios, and rnterfd a pica of guilty la April, which h? withdrew the name di by permission of Judge Martin, on t piomlae thai he would renew it the ne day This was the laal seen of him court. Henry A Wfaa moved a forfeiture Duveen'a had of BbAhU, furnished by Ba .latnin Alunan, the merchant. .lohn 1 Btanchfleld, counael for Duveen, product certlflcatea from fmir ?Bngllah phyalcdai advtalng that Duvtten'a mother was ortt ??ally ill in England, and thai to place hli ?i r.ow wouii mean her <i?-ath. I "I have had a confidential InveatigattO ?made into the illness of this defendant' I mother," said Mr. wise, "and I And ths she Is in no 'lUT'-rent condition now tha she has been for more than a year." Judge Martin ?>? ided that th? ease g ovtr until the first Monday in Decembei I savins; that he would advise Judge Hoii I before Whom it will come, that hall h forfeited unloaa the defondani ai'peared. ?| will ask th?- court tn take charge ? this caae, as I ?hall not move It any more, said Mr Wise , "I will not have M: Btanchfleld running the Distrie? Attorney' ?i,,' and ?HsarransifiK my whol. ? rimlnal calendar " ;B0Y FORGER BEMOANS FATE Mother Who Was Robbed Won't Help Him Get Bail. Behind th?" grim walls of Raymond str??-l .tail, in Brooklyn, Abraham Heetab, sixt.'cii old, is repenting his part in th?- for? thai cauaed his widowed mothei t,i l?,.-" 12,560, th?' aavinga of a lifetime, Tha Brooklyn police are aearchlng for his com? panlcn, who, Abraham aaya, ran away with the money after th?' two aeparated on leaving th- Bowery Bavlnga Hank i?' i ?,ni.- ? ..ni.i gel "in <?f here," aald Abraham ?/?eaterday, "1 could tin?! thai fel? low. No detective can find him. I akma could <i" it How would I get him'.' I would go ??. lis tir! gel chummy with her and when she would r.-niv.' .-? letter from him. gr b ? He is ?lead sturk op h? r and I'm sut'?' h" will writ?' to her. Bay, do .von re'a hard lu?'k in 13" That's tn> Coll Ti'iiiil?. i After mualng awhile Abraham continued: Bay, ?rill you tell my mother her ad flreea Ii No. 1?SJ Pulaakl atreel that I ?>niy know ho? '" gel back the money? Then \cl ?will yoo also te?i her I'm all ti.?- time crying? You df^n't mind. ' \ i thai I'm atarvlng to ??.am Bai I'm no?] eating "i drinking any 1 thing tii? s glv? m" here I'll ?li?- if i don'1 gel "?it ??? here t?-ii her that, to?. " Abraham lowered '??s volo? as ?? hip, looking keeper smothered a lam-h. '_-' i wrote t? i \ t:i"tt,, i a .,-iv tearful letter da) ! s rd i '. iir Mother: T?11 mv 1 am a ?llsizra?-?- to her and teach ? n so thai a hen he grows up he can revenge me Bui she didn't ?..ni?- to daj Bei m is my little brother." xi.? he wanted to uo to Florida ?" tl Its in- companion went ther? aft? ? heai Ing of his arree! -*_?-. SUNDAY'S NEW-YORK TRIBUNE Mailed anywhere in the United States ? for $2.50 a year. %00 Strike while the iron is hot. Western Union "Day Letters" and "Night Let? ters" are the forging blows of business. WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY 1 i ?i ?j LONG ID; ? DIVORCE Suit Against Colonel Dye. of Old Guard, on Trial. MARRIAGE WAS ANNULLED Wife Presses Action, Despite De? cision That Husband Had No Right to Marry Her. The stilt of Mr.? Susan Kls??n I'v?-, Severn!y-flve yean old, for dlvoree from Colonel .liisoph Ernest I ?ye, of th?- DM ?luard. Which has heen before th?' courts for sniti?. time, cam?- up for trial yesterday hcfore Justice ?',r?-?-nUi'?m. In T11 ? - SupP-m?? ' 'oui ;. Prior to her maniac?* to ColOOOl I've. In IS87, Mrs. Dye WSJ Mr* William H Dttks hart. Her first hushand dlvon-ed her in IMft, and she was f? ,?l .irlil.-n to marry atr.iin. DoOplte the rouit ilerree, she said she was marrie?! t?? Coronal Ope, and they lived together until 1>i7. In 1910 the Ap? pellate i>ivisi.)ii ?i... lar.-ii th<- marriage void on the ground that Colonel Dye had a Srlfe living when he man tod Mrs. I )?ik?-hart. James W. Putnam, who keeps a boafd !ng lions.- OB the iipp. r Went Sl'le. testified that t'<ii?)iiei Oye and a woman whom he Introduced -is his wife lived with him for three years after l'??>7 She was not the plaintiff i" ret*!* to i qu**st!oti, he said that Colonel Dye never spoke th?- name of his companion, ri 1 \\ -?, \ - ?MdreSStng her as "Say." William A ?Soyd, of rounael f?.t Colonel i rye, read a deposition made by Mrs Eudora A Kll;<*. of White Plains, in which ?ne said that In INI Colonel Dys, while on furlough from the war, marrtod .Mar tha Bpencer The deposition stated lhal <'..ion?-i Dye norei retuni?8d to his wifs afif-r the war. and tli.it she was kill?d in ,-r railroad accident in 1881 Mrs. Klla Briggs 9 half-sister ??f M ir tha Spent er. (astillad that she remembered the marriaire of her sister t<> the young soldier, although she irai only five years ??Id at the time. She saul that lier mother used to t?-li hot thai Colonel Dye ran awav with Mis l?ukehait, bul she never heard that they were married. ?"olonel Dye appeared at the afternoon rtesslon and testified t?? his nutr?ate with Martha Spencer The trial will 1- BOH? tinned to-day ASCH FIRE DEMONSTRATION Paraders Ask Why Triangle Men Are Not Tried. With flags Avine and a hand playing the funeral must?- of a pi? ?e callad "The Klshlneff ?__ssscre," nearly a thousand men ami women, all clothed In blat k and some wearing ?aokrloih, heg m their ?march ?through the Inhyrinth of repise-' ?? streets of the lower Eaat s??i? yesterda: : t.? emphasize their demand for a ?pssdy ?trial of Harris an?l Bl*U*ck, In who tory last March M of their ralatlTes per? ished. Banners descrlhing their feelings w.-r? carrie?! at the head ->f the parader- Some of the legends r?-a?i: "We I'fiitest! W:i.. .ire Hat ris and ?Blanch, Owners Of the Tri? angle Waist Company, Not Tried?" "We Mourn the Loss of ?Parents an?l Relatives Triangle Victima " White cold stones Are Left f..r Uu from ?uir Dear Dm Harris ? BISSC*. Dot Their ???./??? Ins'ir r.nee " "Uttlon Shops: ? ?pen Moors'' ?Before f'.rming in lin?- the ?marchera listened to speeches by Pasquale dl Netto, del.gate of th? Ladles' Waist ami Dress? makers' ?Union, under whose auspices the parade was he!?!, and Others Th? storv of the tire was reviewed by all the ap< as ? is until men and women were crying. The paradera WON i?>in?-?l by fully five thousand sympathizers during the flrtt hour of their march. At Oral the band played only dirges '"I hi K lahlneff Massa? era" and Chopin's "Funeral ksarch"?bul after repeatlni these ssveral tiinea th. laud varied with Souaa'a "Untier the Hou blS Kagle " Now iu>.| t|,en it h'are?! forth "Th.- M.-irsf IllalBI " Two and a half hours of ?marching finally brought the parade to .-?ti ?-nd. in front jOf the Manhattan Lyceum, when mora speeches were made. _ BOY BURGLARS SENTENCED Lads Who Robbed Policeman Sent to House of Refuge. Two boys, ?a? ii fourteen years old, wera aentenci ?d yesterday by Justice Russell, in the Children's Court lo sn Indefinite term of not l.-ss than eight? .11 months in the House of Refuge. The apecinc charge agalnat the lads who are Eugene McAleer, ol No .'ii u.st Uth street, snd Charlea Ho.-h.-r. of No i:? Christopher street, was that of having r<>bl.?-d the fl.it of Patrol? man Edward ?Laukman, si Mo O Jane sir.?-?, of i>-w?-irv and other valuables worth MM it la aaserted bj the poll.?-. however, thai the boya confessed t>. the looting of sixteen other Hats When l.aukman return'.! t.. his tl.it last Sat?rdav evening he found his moms had 1.n ransacked He reported hla lo i t.. the Charles atrael ?jtatlon, and ?Detective? Boyle and Braumhop were put on the ??aas. Th>'> went t.. L-aukman'a place, and while still In hla rooma heard the i?.-ii rum. Thinking it possible that _.,,. burglars had returned, the detectives hi?l in a ? i..s.-t Soon two head? appeared at th.- window, the boya having climbed the Are escape They crept in ate-fthil* and began rum? maglng the various drawers and boxes Flnall* tin-, opened the closet door ,m?i tii?- detectives pounced upon them ASKS MONEY FOR CROSSINGS P. S. 0. Suggests State Appropriation of $1,000,000 for Use Here. The pui.i.i.- Servi, e Commission yssterdai pent H letter to the Stat?- Controller asking for the appropriation i.v the stats of $1 ?bpjpsn t,, .?. gpeol in great?! Mew York r??r the elimination of cunte missings on steam ra?i'oit.ls. This would lnnut?- the mtpsndl? ture ?.f |4JM.?M0. plnea, under th?- statute, the state and ?-it-,- each pay otie-ijuart?-? >.t the cost ?.f work which Is oidsisd by ?he oommlsslon, the railroad compsnlea paying the n-mulnlng half. Th?. .?ommlSSlOB has been making Inv.Hti g?tions regarding the various grads cross? Inga f..r s long tim??. There are mora than four hundred in th?- <nv As a 1 ?suit ..t this Investigation plans have been ?arorksd out for the elimination of ti-.- grade Ct*oas> In addition, th?? install?t.m of gStSS or other safety dsvlosa baa tsan ordered for many crosatngS ARTIST'S SUIT IN VAIN. 'i'li.- jury in Chief Justice h'Iuvjit'h pun of th.- (Tlty COUII that beard the suit! brought b] Wsltlemar i: KaompBert, as aulgnee >.t Samuel .1 Woolf, un artist. ?,,-? t.,.?very ol t2,<-?? for ,i painting ..t Mrs Kevads Van valkenburgh, returned sealed statement to Juetl? D'Dwyei yeater da) reporting that they cotiM not agrgg. a MARINE INTELLIGENCE. M I M ATI Hi: M.MAN A. .. 1; i>;. ?aassi 1 14. BMsss rises r-<>.-, - IK?- '?4 HP'H HA *. M ?' ' . * . - 2 47. 4 t ? WIRELESS REPORTS * , 1... hi . .. 1, ? ? ? ? ?-.??"-' ' ? ?>t ?il 1 M ? ? in Ci*? OUTER APPAREL, MILLINERY .?"V" FURS FOR WOMEN, MISSES and JUNIORS New Models in Tailored Suits Differing entirely from the early Fall importations, these handsome garments embody the very newest ideas of the leading Parisian couturiers? at $55, $65 & $75 Fur-trimmed Suits'*??** exclusive effects? at $95, $115, $135 to $325 Entirely New Models in Coats Smart and practical for semi-service wear. Of finer materials, in black and soft Oxford gray and light gray ; richly lined and warmly inter-lined, some with velvet? at $55, $65, $75 & $85 Opera and Horse Show Millinery Seal and Plush Hats. Brocaded Go'd and Silver liais Fur Hats and Turbans. Opera and Theatre Metal Caps?many of them jewel-studded. Paris Scarfs and Throw? of metal brocade. Brocade and Fur Sets?Hats and Mulfs for afternoon wear. Opera and Horse Show Furs KjOCLiS in all the fashionable lengths. Stoles, Shawls and Maffs?Separately and in beautifully matched Sets. Finest qualities in authoritative models. -CONTINUE- l Very Special Sales of Afternoon & Evening Gowns & Wraps Paris models and adaptations -REDUCED FROM $65, $85, $125 up to $300? at $45, $65, $95, $150 &* 175 fifth Avenue at 46tb Street BUY RED-MAN Collars. They outwear the ordinary collar. EARL Sc WILSON. "Birdwood" new Th (?and to Th Rend i-? ?1 Th Rand to -1 ? Book al 2pm yssasrday? i? r*!?-, ??-i to this forra - n ?? st Paul, reported .is l?x?o mil?*!? sail of v lick SI 12:.T? p BH re*t*riUy. In t'xp.??'ted ,rk Thursday f?.r??n.?, ?n . OS ?r M, repotted BJ >?2>> nillr? fast "f i ii k st 7 ;i tn reaterdaj. i? expects ??> i \\. !r.. ??ia\ forenoon. ??? ? tan? rtport? i ss l(?3 mil.? ? i H k a- 1 p 'ii y?*??r<l ?? . 1? .'.?,...... \ i., thi? fi ?? ? ? I'.itrls. r^r'"?'?"! a* ?WO mit?M ,%a?t "f i\- ii<?,,k u' n ?*) h n yeater?m.y, la ? '. v. Wedneedaj fornwoa NCOMING STEAMERS. W*si>NEM>AT. NOV-SMBBR IS ? tnsai i. Sen ' Beand An " '? ?'? ' u. ??Inn No*/ I" Ham?? An ??PrinsJos B f-ov IS... Ber-Al ?" '.?ni v-.,.|.? N"\ 2 II.' . \n n??ras. N'" ' '??""?' ? ?'",7 ,, ' irl i " Ko- I . El Occident? Galresion, K?w V> s?> v^r THfBHDAY. NOVEMBBB it Southampton, Nov h Attifrl?an U? -ii.i. Ko? n ? -in ii i i-..|,.ii, Nov !l U F ?L'O rj*urarso, Kot I Red D It. rmuda, Noi M K M 1 P So* 2 ... - New Orleans, Ko* H ..So Pac N-..? ? irlesna, n???- i ? .- , r.?, ?-? pas ?M.i'.i' ? . ? ?S.u.' ' '?' ? Philadelphia ? Et Ml Antilles El Mur ?l'.nnif!? n. ail. OUTGOING STEAMERS TO DAT i(i "?;*?" N '1 1. ! Mali v?i*?i*i closes salis a :<,?> a m 10 o?* m :t ?ni n ri H 111 a m 7 i?i n m ICH? p m | 90 p -u 10 iHi ,i m 1 :0O p m 3 :?>?? p m v.! Quebec ...11:80 l'arima. H?'1 ?''''?, f, Km 2 ,'',?!.. ta* ' 0t ^WEDSEBOAT. HOVBMBBB IV i whit? Ftar K iin a m 12:00 m Ha*? '-, ''V '",' 'Vint ?. Bed I? ??a? l*"00 IB Msratra ,' .*nn i ,-,,.,,,,, '.-^r'M.ill^.:-- ,,?;",. TH1RUDAT, KOV-MBBR 1H ,???,?? ?v ?i 1. . 7 ?K? a m 1??:?V?am Barharoa s. I ??'??? ^ ,,. n. ti 7 ?m a m 10:00 am ''. '" ,"-!''' wlr.i ?? ?:00a m 12.?x> M? xl ". Hilvana. ? ai". _ ? ICatal Un, Bnini ??. t on p m 1 ??i |? m TRANSPACIFIC MAILS. Doetinalll*? an?? steamer China ivla Seattle? J ,? ,: ' '?Hfl! Tahiti. Maratisaaa (via Sun l'ran ?Isi-o) ? Mariposa f\r,*e In S, Y. ie, 17. Nov Nov Hawaii, Japan, Con ? ?"P ? ,via tan ttamdatm renyo^ >:!"a\ btoOt? g? g??? gj&tMaa M ,'...n .-?i . an Prancli ira..Nov .,,?..,... a 1 '' ' , , . N..R Zealand A -iMralla l?la v. IV M. 0 30 3-W n 3<i ? M N-,.?. 20, a '." Phi Ipplnea '? ,!i.u Marama Hawaii, lapon <-?ireu, rm Persia Nov 1 ?.,',:.. 1? ,,, u pon. n>\ SHIPPING NEWS Port of Now York. Monday, Novcmher 18, Itll? m;i:I I '? ? . . ? |.i lo II.' ? ? . 'I ? '?Itll ? |hi i-.-, i i .. ? \in. ? 1 ". wall fn.it ..... v- *i lb? Oat ?>' 7 ? ? The wind's ?been whittling "Overcoats" so we join the chorus with coats made in sev? eral different ways. ?Long eoats with helted hacks. Shorter coats "frith plain | hacks. (Oats with ?raglan shoulders. "Double texture" cloths. Imported tweeds and chev? iots. The ?best of American cloths. Besides all the regular coats ?which many men prefer year 'after year in a wide variety iof Oxfords and blacks, starting 'at -Si8. Fur coats on the horizon. Fur outside coats -S'2.5 to $150. Fur lined eoats $50 to$500 Rog?is Per & Company, Three Broadway Stor?? at at at Warren St 13th St. 34th St. 3tearn<A ? spland (Bel?), An'werp and Po ? \. i Novembei 4, to the K.'?1 Star Lin?, with I 161 flrsl 280 ?second cabla end 1,041 iteeraa? paMenaera ind mase. Arrived it the Bai ut 4 .i m. Btearaei Cosmo, Ponr? Nov.?mhei- x m , a?t?ie?i it Aguadllla 7 ami Baa .Ins? R. to th>? ,\-."A fork and Porto Rico ta Ce, with ?'',!? p , tat t.?. i ?. mills and mdS* ArrHed at ?he I lii S m Ht ?amer >?n Ousllel mo 11 tal), Naples Octo? ber jti, t> Hlrsel, Peltmann * ?'?.. tritt mi ? ,i in snd i."'.j iteeraa? paseenaers sad mds?. Kteamee Qeorg? Washington (Qer), Bremen November i. Ronthampton and Cherbourg ?">. t?. Oehiehs ,<? Co, with hi Bret, ?MB se<*ond, 51H third cabin aad TIB ?.teera???- passengers, ni?.- Arrived at the Bar al .', i. m Bt? imei Alblngta i?;.ri. ror? au Prines o,to '?? M ' ?: Haytien ft. Petil (loaves '-"?. Mira loan? SB, Aux Cs - BO, laemel 11. Porto C lomt.la November 2, Cartaaens ?t. Kingston ?. M< ram Ha] and Port Moren) 7. Pori au Pringa B and [nagua '??. to the Hamtmrg-Ai'aertaan Line. with 7 paaaengers, mail? and mds?. Arrived al the liar m 11 a :n. ?Steamer Manna Hata, Baltimore, to th-? Sam ora Transport?t!? n ?'.?. w it ii nKla? Oil Hlahtai ?!?. -it 11 BO t m inter El Sol, Oalveetoa November s. tr> the South, rn Pa. IBc ? '?.. artth Is? Passed la QuaranttlU .,- | OB a in Bteamer Proteus, Nea Orleans November A, t.> c i Ifl, ? ? u :". paaoenaei ? au.\ toda* i-?-?, t in Quarantine al ?i IB a m. i nar Prlna der Nederlan?en i Dutch), I'ar? nuirii,,, i.',.', pi i,. m, rara -- '. ? lnl?iad S3, ? . -, ? lusnts SB, i .a ??na? ra M Puerta Cabello '-'7 Curacao SB, Iscmel Bt. Aquln No ember S \ ? i sis ' I-. 11 ? : . H. Al M.ii,- snd th? it ?.u Dui h W - ?i India Mali with x |..--. Irrtved s : : i", p i i , . i . i i No ?.?tul,.: i and Boulogne * '?? lb? Holland ?.mar Saj ih -? > ? '-'?** ?' ' ??' i ?bin u ! ni'l- ? Ar ?: Paul Pals ill " , in? h..r.'.l in ynar *? ii m s i v. ?' :n i. m Wind moderate ?ea BAII na Hamll ? Maro? i ' ' rlnldad "?thinal ! i STEAMERS AT FOREIGN """ORTS . M 1 1 'n , ? ?A ? . ? ' ' ' Bremen Hamb ? io? u 0? ? ' "* \ h 9 % ReoUtoro? *dBVfv Eotabti?ke? Trade-Mari: ^. M Uni ? a Century Fine Lace Table Linens The ?BMortmenl ?8 very large, including many un usual pieces. Every ^???xl kin.l of Lace au?l cotn-bi nation ?)f Lace aiul Kml>rni?ler.y is repre-?ente.l. Priced as follows? Doylies, 6 in. diameter, $3-00 to 75 a ?I?-/ 8 in. diameter. 4.50 t<? 50 a '!<?/ 12 in. diameter. 7.50 to 100 a ?1?./ Centerpieces, 24 in. diameter. $2.50 to 100 ?a _?X in. diameter, 3.00 to 150 ca 36 in: diameter. 5-00 to ?200 ea. Tea Cloths, 45 in. diameter, S7.50 to 150 ?sa. 54 in. diameter. 15.00 to 150 ea. frO in. diameter. 37.50 to ISO ea. 36 by 36 in.sq?, 5.50 to *-2S v* ?5 by 45 in.sq., <>.00 to 1/.- ea. 54 by ?;4 in. ?q?. -'0.00 to 150 ea. Tea Napkins, 15 by 15 inches square, $13.50, 16.50, 17.50, l.?00, 27.50, 30 00 to 60.00 doten. Bureau, Chiffonier, Buffet and Sidetable Scarfs, $3.00 to 150.00 each. Luncheon Sets, Centerpiece asjd two A?en Poylies, $13.50 to 450.00 a set. Wo urge ?>ur patrons to ?in their Christmss ?hopping at thr carltetl postiMe ?la??" James McCutcheon & Co., 5th Ave. & 34th St., Waldorf-Astoria !UJ -- _, ._ '?" -AMUSEMENTS. "___._ AMUSEMENTS. - WINTER GARDEN _ OPENING MON., NOV. 20 ? ?? .thAv ?JwlwiUiffitRnM. TK&tK? "VERA VIOLETTA" AROUNDTHE WORLD gjjpa? most Sj!ni re: ?" ?ii-?-. \lelsm Ko??e Olltiks. AM*** Tlcksta pu re h ?so*! for this w?h tichan?;-?*. Sun Hpaldi?g ? violinist). paill.Moiytso. |)AIV? r_-,?. -,,..?, _;v. ? l.v ?n T-n't! St.. SscsySs?gls sad ^?Wj? " LAST 7 TIME* -*? Orchr.tra 7,?) -to |2 J^tJ? ?" . ^-jf CIUA-IF >n THE U HIKI.W?NII?. IVKI< HM "wof Bv K.M.S 1.V siao*.?.?,?^.. >II<VK (t>l?ylnsl SpThB Drama Players ^s*33-*f? - SSNSKfi VIOLA ALLEN rla??O B'v'i?t'h ?JBv.S'l*. Si?t Tom w.li.v) ln ?-rhi? Laiy at Covta*?," :\ lov? inn,hTlm?W?-.l. Bv?.. TUC K|SS WALTZ ?T" !>i. Th?-.. . 3?th rI?? l B * l Evn. 8:20 Nov 22 So. *n i? ?"?? *'**----?~ A KIOT TLir Mil I ION *' W?_It. m' .?, Flliotf?'Th..W. h?"- B-y&OAv. Ev.8:30 OK rl N. 1?1L MILLIUN r,.n, w ... _? x1"" Tim??. ANGLIN Ckins? ?>*? ??'! -: ??' i-?MN.. B'ygsa m r?* n m $i .-.o mi ,Tw, mu?. ?*\V Y,,;, Trursd??" ! ???*?*' ?T!-!'1''' m Thn ? if a Hunh,-?* ' :'V Kmma B?ftnnlng MON.. NO". . 20 iisats ".ur?aa> ^ ?,, al production 1118 HUB tlUniBrS raj??. THE IRISH PLATEKb MANHATTAN Op?r? How. 84th * I?1B_ bj**?w ,.?,...? Last 3 Wk?. Evs.8 gh?*rp Wed.* Sat. 3 Sharp, Wtlltam Collar's CORROS. _41st_.E ofB ?ay. ?ATUCBy VXD U80I n-c F.vsts To K<^>SnWMK HM & 8818188 ? MARLOWE ll?y, 81-??0 DvINI' ruLi.? "'"?' . In shak?.?p??ar?.i4n repertoire Prie??I?C-81 S* TO'ulJ ?f - - ** ' , ._? . - ? - ' III CIlll'A'-BJ/'-ai' n?i ? ?pr?t ?-?-?? ? ? '? -?.. .. - ^._?.?-i?_r 41 si Ht * B'v. Ev?s 8:13. i This \\'*ek To nl?ht & W?1 Mat Mt PBO_?25___i? ..'-.il-a unuce?!.MM.??. chan? of Vaales"; M A Thura night? UwFtsMsT|C UtVtR IfllCl Tom'w.. 9 18. -Rom?., and Julis*"; Frl nl*lit. 'Ma prs-wsts I"?.?- ; , fei Mai a night. ?Hsial?t~" Dl AYHOUSEr? a_L?lI Bryant. ?E?T KM?. I25tti Bt, A Bth ' PLATnUUOtT 2<?_?*J Bomt Mst.isMlseaMMalMnin rHKBAUUa r7.8:i? Mat RQUGHT AND PAID FOR Tot' 2 js LOUISE GUN-HG rui\< V: 'tv.. 81.RS,_- ? The 8th Wonder of the World. THE. BPIHDE! CENTURY irraerly ?2nd & >?th Ave. Theatre. Tel gSOlX'ol. ,. S Sharp. Mats Wed and Bat, I sharp. goats on Hale i o Dee ?''?). Rrlrea BOo to $2..y?1 ?iaa I AtttTtU Wway A 30th St. Eve?. 820. WALLRuA ? Mata Wed. and Pat., titU gfohgeAKLISS m DISRAELI "Triumph for anthnr and a.'tor" Eve Sun. ?.ro.nnilall Theatre. ?3*way * 4*1 St M wUnAnMiitH. Tom'w. & BaL,2:19 BIGGEST HIT EVER ??SCORED ON BROADWAY. COHAN At. mann* *W^ MX M arm X W ,,any |? tt.,0 i'rea'est Suerea? In Flftv Years. THE I.ITTI.E MII.I.IONAIKE. Beata NOS? for ThanfcSglVg Hay Mat aCVABr"?l'?;ij' "i .".t?i '.Eves ?? 17? Mats Wed. AdlUn fc Bat. 2:13 Mt.T??m'w..R0??-$i..v). "Catches nn Ilk? a honae atire" ?Eve. Sun. RAYMOND In the n. ?v Musi.'ai Play, THE RED WIDOW. | S.'ii's Selling for Tl'nnk?i?lvln;r I?av Matinee METROPOLITAN 8S?& Tn-ninrrow Eva. at I Koenlgsklnder. Mates. 1'an-ar. Wlokhsm, Jornia. MattMii. MM ladlow ker Qorlts,Roles,Dldur.Plnl-Corsl. ?'on?! .Herta Unir??. Evg. a*. I 19 Girl of the Golden West. Mines. Pfilnn, Mattfold: MM CaruSQ, Amato. Billy, Retss, Dldur, d?i Begarola, H.ida. i.'ond.. Toscanlnl. Frl. Eva. 3- 7 ?.V Tristan und Isolde. Mme?. Promoted, M?ta?nauer: MM Bnrrian, Wall 'd.'hut). Wltherspoon, Hlnshaw, R?lss, Murphy. ?'ond., Toscsnlnl. ?at. Mat. it S:18 First Time In America. lohetani. Mme. Oadskl; MM .la.llowker. Wlth? erspoon, HInstiaw.Ruvsilae|,Murphy ?"ond Hertz. Next Week: Mon Evg. .? I 10 Madama Butterfly. Mines Parrar, F'irnla; MM. Martin. Scott I. Haiia. Audlato. ?-.,n.i . Teecanlai. Wed. Evj. nt ? Faust. Mmes Parrar, Mau boarg, Matt'?Id; mm Jadlowker, ailljr, Ro thler, ReKue Cond., Sturanl. | MA l ?i??r?iJ HITCHCOCK SPECIAL TH tNKSOIVING DAT M A TINE E Boats on S.ile THIS MORNING at I) A H AHUMAN TI A NO ISED PARSIFAL I MORNINQ at f? A M PIANO ISED Is (Tues.) Aft., at 2:30. ARIANI Heli?. o Theatre, This (Tues.) Aft., at 2:30. ?ADRIANO FIRST PIANO RECITAL Beata $1 M, $1 .?Mi Tie and fi<v , at Box i ?"??flee. Btelnway Piano, HORSE SHOW The Hox Offlre ;i? the MADISON BMJABS GARDEN ?rill be open f-om 1? A. M un? I rt ,'t?. i iv M on Tl 'EMBAY Mid W?)NEM?AY. the, Uth ni'l IMh "f NOVEMBER, for 'he sal,? of] N Its and l'"\?. for '1'? entire ?veek of ?he I ?how and on and after Nov 1,?\ for reserved I ttopts for am sin?'?* performance Csraegte Ljmaaaa? Thla Aft. i Tu-i. i at 3 Bl I ?II und FKITZ m W RUCH Ylolln and 'Cello ReHtal. ? " Management Qulnlan MusiesI Aseney CARNBOIK HAM,, ?at. Aft., Nov. IS. 2-.S0. DE PACHMANN I'lano R.-'-lt.il. Baldwin riano u?ed Mir' guiiiian A<en.-\ Reata at Hall, Wc to |2. CARNBOIK H AT.!,, Tues. Aft.. Nov. '??I. at 3 ZIMBALIST VlOliS Rei-it-il. Seats. T"?' to S'.' Management Qalnlaa Musical Agracjr London, Soi IB Mlnnetonka I hn, New York Trieste, Nov IB -Pannonla I Mr i New York via S i.h Plata, Soi II ?frican Moaareh ? Hn, N< m York mi St LUOia f'?r Rotarlu. Punta Ar?nos. N??\ IB Dorothy iBr), Saw fork vis st Lucia for Corral, etc - .'?;. - v?.? 11 Koma I Pi I, n.-w fork Flahguard No* 13. B:2d p ? Lualtanla IBr). Sea York for Liverpool ian,i proceinled) Not r: S ?H i? m Seeland ?? i v.w ?i : . for ?Vatwerp >uti.i pro ?? I torta. No? IS, '.? s m Qermanla ?Fr? \i?. Milles and Lisboa loi New ?fork. Southampton, No? 11 Atrato (De), Neo tan \ la Antllla, Klngatoo, Colon, Port Hpain. i Uarbodoa and Hi Ml heals P rl Natal Nov il <ian Maclachan <Br>, New York via st Vincent, ?' V, Capa Town, ate, Hull, N,,\ 11 M.ii nan ?!!->. Ne? Y,(rk Idea, No\ IS ? Tort \t? ! ii?' ? liermu 11 No*, 13, I a m--lien r? \>w . . ir. Cranle?/ iBr), New ton rig I I M? Iboume ? Nov, I-, Trojan iBr) Hem York via! Punts ?ranas, Corral sn?i Taleahuaao SAM.?.I' I?C F TI i ' >? Sea fork ? v ? \ ork ? ,,i ul |o " Ml I ' Sew *i ork \,. i?? in ta i ? Ke? k'ork ?lit i?I'ii v.. 13 ?i i B ? lUeri trota ? Sew York i. , k,. on, i I '?-. |. I I I Vert ', . PAMI D Uibraltai So n W sshlngi \e? i i i ?.*n So- ii %nrona iltali Philadelphia and i New \uik for Naple? and Genoa JOHN DREW NEW YORK"*" LEADING THEATRES, CUOIDC ? ' * )"?h St V?* -.'" I.as? ? CmrlnC Mats Tom a ,\ Bat . S 13 Weeks, in Ins sr--- ? , .?m? I] SU' ? t? \ BIN?LE MAX. IVPCIIII B'way. 45th 8t Eve 8:13 Uetl LlbtUm Mata Thu - -v Ba? I fa HUE ??&>?&* "Be?' ro> M's? Rurk? ever had ' Eve Sin niny .-???*ti 91 . B say. ?TOIomhusCircle rAnK F.* I" Mr?'? Wed -.-Sat.;- 10 Tomorrow Matinee Best Seat? Bi.50. THE QUAKER GIRL a, unncAM 44th St.. neai B ? ? Eve. 12.). nUUoUR \i ita. Toas'? ,?? Bat..l 2n. ?? 'The Price* Is one .-.f the ?.?r.- I^st plays written in ih> countr* "- Tim?s HELEN WARE m price HARRIS R0)E STftHL In ?'harlea Klein'a ,t- ??. m -eaa. MAtttilE PEPPEB. KNICKERBOCKER Matinee Saturday, 111?, ".??Iren Walt/ lnto-.ii nte?.'- ?Vlan Bal? DONALD THE BRIAN T;?, SIREN ,-,.. ,,f i no i?.- i tli Julia Sanderson, Frank Moulan W'lllWeat.EllsabethFlrth.AI ?i CRITERION "Thi? r*'>' ?is humaa & aaamaas slap. PASSERS-BY hew irsitsDia ??t';,?"; J:;? ;?'-, K m | Et langer'? Mua'., a', ,'oined Pe tHePIMK Overflow Souvenir I .a Femme Ma? Ihla flat Beautify In? ?ase containing Hepner'i Fa? mous Beautj preparation! ?? E ???? I IDCDTV w *2d Bt ? nr H wa* K?? ? IS Llutnil Mats Tom'w <v s?i. m j i.? TO-MOHT AT BtU (Pirat Tlniei DUSTIN& WILLIAM FARHUM THE LITTLEST REBEL |gi ' Bt Ab raj Bv? Mata Tom'w and s n in ?he American GAIETY Thomas *'. Wise & John Barrvmore UNCLE SAM N-Uf Vnmr ,! ? '' '"'h s' Orch * S ?rp L|| lur.h Matinee Batunla? ,? ? KITTY CORDON.?'A?pV THEENCH ANTRESS JOEWEl.Eh'8 gSV T?^?',',TT,1i:)r' THE WIFE DECIDES A eore?sdV drama In 3 sets hy Thos M'Kean Cb?rleVDI f?i pme h? w.hst . e. a?ta ll ?ham s ULI Bt M's Tom w A Kir ?> |g THF ?LATEST AND GMATSBT THE THkEE ROMEOS a N?w American M iv. .: Cornet* SYMPHONY Society of New York ?V /HU I'EK f>.\M!<<?**< ||. i on1u"tor/V S beat ?Sunday Aft.. Nov. 10. at I ^?V I THE (I.NTIKV THEATRE. . DVORAK I'KO?. KAMME "Naw Worlds" Bjrmphoay; son?t?. , (Fraeuleln Keiisrhi, gJavonl? Khapoogp I \Boots bo? ??H -?.lie al ? W, Mth Bt S an?! ?Vritury T'ieatr- llox OflteS ^r RFI ISP?! **'?'?? m '""???" B way F.e -?Ti DCLAdLU Mh:-.. Thu's und Sat .' [| 1>\VI1? HFI AS.'.i |?re?,iit? DAVID WARFIELD ?? Sf^iS," RFPIIRIIfi w< *' '-''' ?root. Bvs ?* ?o THE WOMAN COLONIAL sen Haye, g Jack Hot v-wwnimu ??Uli. Murphy g M. hoi? g H'li Mat.?Me. t... ?"The Police lasptjtlsr AIU-MRR1 William Bark g Maud Pal? mam?n* ,oll ..l1u> ,irr-t gmggae Dl> Mat.''.-.!' ?Ion. ' Was. Otllon. otheia HARRIA rilEATRE. thla Afl ? Tuesday ) at 3. i ? W i . ; HESS K 8. as *M)c. t ? $1 nt |i,\ tiffl.'e oi Mgl \l II ;| \\S"\ 4(7 Fifth ?ive Pop Prices ?'?tup?ete Coronation in i'oiora I,..la. 'iiKlo time In N V Houvenlra Aft *B?, HlMMEMBTEIN'g Mi'llltyre g Heath H ?? l'Jd 8 i. ? : . ti ard ,v Howard, r-h*.rM? ? ^t h i .'.". *,?i ;."?? Pausl and IS o'her ?????. CtlSCM WorW In *i*?a? On-he?tral Concerts. ClrCn M????, ?lie m .?. \ft ?ii.i Bee vit*.)? I IKEMATOIkAPM Fach Hour iniriLSAV ' M ' ?" ?.I KI. ?? F Mir, fluaUtllll ?"? l.OlDKN WKH ?rtbfcTINGS. A??T'AI MEET1??! *0?MEt? ROL??P WltV . ? <>f Med??al Men Academy ... \i. || ? ? ? la-- No? 19 1 F II AND F. ?*1.'RRIER. ??ec/. .