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IE SOUNDS DOOM
OP OLD FORT
Lcrige in Morningside Park on
Which Fortification Stands
ls Crumbling Away.
DATES FROM WAR OF 1812
Oolumbia Students Helped Build
It. und Report of Two Profes
Bori of That University May
Mean Its Destruction.
ente of wmrtexa
? ot " 'i fort Horn, at
\i oi nlngaida Park,
It araa once a
- Btalnat
o , ol Uaa\ attaa latend.
at o toarer la a countorpart of tiie j
| Central I'nrk, nnd In recent
i been aeaJoualy aratched over
tool who waated to preserve au
I ol the Objeeta t.f hiatorlcal eiKnlf!
\-w rork ihat ara gta.iuaiiy
? ng out.
rt Horn. to a'.l Intente, moat ko, ao
,' t, Park Coiamlaaloner Storer,
i s BO iealre to obliterate lt, bttt ln
ti.e preaent perllous state of the lodfO oa
b lt atands the lnterests of tlie COm*
| that tt he taken apait
royed entlrely.
A (aai weeks aao the iedss* on whlch the
fort n Ita bepan crurnbllng awuy. Corri
BOT S'over asked two of the pro
fei rs of the department of geoiogy ln
abta Unlverslty to examltie tlie ledge.
Whole Ledgo Might Givo Way.
"I hav* J-ist recelved the report from
? | P>-ik'y ar 1 Johneon,*' aaid the
atoner yeaterday. "and then teli
;hat the rock le ao badly flaaured thut
romoeal of aty part of the face of lt
. :t loosen all of lt and the whole IedKe
-,.,iy. I wanted to have the heat ln*
atioa ohtalnab'.e, and ao I requestt-d
the.-* g.o'.ofrlsta make Buch an ln*
? igatton. it ia a pity to deatroy the
t rt it look- at the preaent time aa lf
? were tlie only way out of the mat*
; ? laioner la now havlng an on*
r a irvt-y th* ledgo to s?e how 111 ICb
ol the fort wonid have to be CUt away K
? ? ledgo wer* ahav.d off 11 lah w-ith the
s.ilk line.
"1 ei.1,11 awa't tha report of tha en
?laklnjr any further move
| UM 1'j:>< Com*
: h- k for n.e, aqueduct under
Ide Park, It la belleved, has bad
. , t,, d, a th toaaentng the rock. nnd
-., | ? to he the ea aa of
?1ns ' ha "" k in tn* natural i ?
. tol trai ai
.:,'?; '.' ?', I
ird ilapaiimti Hall, of tlie Amerl*
BcenlO an.i Historio Vr*so vutiuii Bo*
auiiaatofl jreeteeday that if it were
UlitaeaaiJ to demolish tha fort tho
I from H ahould be erected ln tti**
?i of a monuiiKi,. near the present
the park, and the bror.re tablet
? . lied to one of the wai'.s of the
? J on the monunient.
. e if lt has to broken up thal
l || ba tio n.cthod of preoenrli | ti
fOT thO fnti.re," said Mr I
k Park Coorariaatoaar Stover wiii
rthlns hi ' aa to peeaorve it if
..- d thal Ih will find some meana
I h port of lt anjrwajr."
Erected During War of 1812.
.!???:. l tl at Fort Hoi n araa
iiuriii.fr of foi USoartloi ? erected
tl a War of 1SU The blockl
. Park is another one ,.f u>*
;ie the oplnlona of tur. of '
r. may mran tie d<..,:n ol the "''I
?traafd to pay, lt was built tbroogta
.?r? ration of one hundred Btudenta
r.f Commbla and other persons ln this
Tli* Btud?-nta marrhed ln a body
? a t. ? | then at rollt-g'. Place,
? went then
r- rr
? mlttee of i ?? tt m e whlcb waa
' ? rt here, and whlch was lnstriiiu'-i.tal
LYlng Fort Jlorn ai.d tlie other forts
; r tho dafanne ,of th* city, wa*
headed by Mayor PeWltt Clinton. Among
: s f-.tifitants wei* Nlcholaa Flah and
Kutgers.
re was danjrer of InvaMnn of tlie
from the northern er.d of Manhattan
?S
To get in on to-dav's $15
Sale
i You must have i 82 to
33 chest
2 You must want the
smartesl ?>t' young men'a suits.
.'} Vou must be vrilling t<?
-">.**;. ss or *h>.
? \sri-.: atlxtuni ?.'i. . .
a\ iota
Welcomc to our stores!
\ ou college men aud prep
? 'I boys
Kvening elothes, maeki
iiaws, hats, shoes and furnish
!1 l?J'S.
E v e ry thin g to set- you
i !i rou g h the Winter and
nexl Winter, t<>o. for you
know tlie reputation <?,' our
dothes t'or service.
Rogxbs Peet Company,
Three Broadway Stores
at at at
Warren St. 13th St. 34th St
Island by the Brltlr-h troopa, and to flflm*
tuaid Harlem Plain tlie uptown fort*
wen ereetfld. Porl Horn waa aurmounted
bj a rearola b( nnoa that araa Inteaded
. iweep tli?? hOliaoa lf neeessary.
. Ing tha gradlng of UM Btri - '
ar Joha i>. Crlmmlna and '
g. ii,,,, Commlaaloner --f i'
llc *", oi ka -.-.v to lt that the alt? ??' I "
;., - - ea aaved. Tha uppat patl of
loiige hanga nv-r the atdawfllk many fet t.
That parl ol tha aklawalk undnr tha fort
baa baea Bhut off and danger algnalfl
pla4*ed there._
UNFAIR, SAYS WHITRIDGE
Taxes Same, Though Surface
Roads Depreciate in Value.
K. w. Whitndgo haa arrltten to tlie
st.i-e lloaid of Tax COminlaetonetfl a
letter In arhieh he complalna against tlie
tenta'lve flBBBBBniBlllB levled upon tlie
i- un hlaea of tba Beveral smface im? *n
Manhattan ana Tlie Bronx arhieh ara
under liis eontroL The k-tt--r la In ??'? ??
tlon to a loarraal complalnt already dled,
Mr. wditridge Baya thal andar the Bpa*
dal tranchlaa law tha flrfll flaflflaairiBnta
A'ie placed on ll.ese rotnpaiiies ln BtO,
?nd Blnce then, arith one exceptlon, they
i:a\e remalned Btahle er ehowed Incraaaaa
althougta t aaaerta altwa tha ala?ated
was etee-lfied and thfl aubaraya con*
ati .<??'! atraat rallroad ''-,:' ?i'?sr', ?'?
tins ...iy are not flf greai t/fllue.
Tha aaeesement of tne Thlrd ATonoa
Rallway for 19W a?as mada a leat caae,
and when cai led to the Court of Ap*
poalfl 'vas practlcally cut la half. u"
tha basis of this cut he Baya ha paid all
the arrearfl of tha oti.. i roadfl up to thfl
year 1919. Tlie aaaeeament thla yar la
In tlie aggregate 129,000,999, whlch i? aub*
atantially tha same flg ra that waa flaed
tliirteen ><?!.?: a?o and whlch, Mr. Whlt*
ti-ige s?a>s, v.as cut ln baif for the hrat
ten yeara.
?Ts thla fati V aaha Mr. W iltrldge.
**1_pactelly li II falr when you conelder
that all our theoriata bold, ui der thi
llfl Bareica law, that on a reorgai
of these eompanleB tha whole >. ?
ls lopp-d off I , m ' x;:l:e of
tlie propertlea?"
Tho roadfl rontrolled by Mr. Whltrldga
me: Thlrd Avenue Rallway Companp,
Torty aecond Btreet, Manhattanarllla A
Pt. Nichoiaa Avenue Rallway Co
Dry Dook, Enst Broadway & Battery
Rattroad Company, Klngflbrldge Rallway
? 'ompany, Unlon 1'a.Uway Company
(Bronx), Unlon I'.allaaay t:ornpany (Man*
hattan), Thlrd Areaue Brldgw Company,
New Tork City Jnterborougjh Rallway
Company (BronxX Saw vork City later*
boroogh Rallway Company i.Manhattan),
Southern Boulearard Rallroeul Company,
New rork, Weatcbeater _ Cona
Traotlon Company*,
SULZER CUTS OLD TIES
Governor-Elect Will Devote
Whole Time to Office.
p.-foie _u:ng io Albany to um .me I ''
dutlea as Governor, WlHiam Sulzer is
braflking all li isa old tlcs. Not onh' ls
ba glving up his law buslness, turnlng
h'I hia eaaea over to eorue one elae; tmi
only la he glving flp hia home here, but
ne is aevering every other bualneaa COI9*
nection that ho has had an.l ls a't-o i?
signlntf from almost al 0f bla dubfl and
otl.er orfanlzatlor.a.
The Uovernor d'-.es not expact lo be ln
thls city much ln ihe future. at least
not untll after the Legisdature haa ad
i.uiii-.i. iie ls flotarlntng acotrea or din
ner aiigagementa. He has aocepted only
three invitatioiih, one to aiti-nd llie Amen
Corner dlnner, another tba dlnner of tha
Bt. I'atii-k Soclety and t\\i other an
annual birthday dinner that haa been
-;iven for him aach year by bla frlendfl
oa tha Fai-t M_e.
SULZER IN ALBANY MONDAY
Dixes Give Last Entertainment
in Executive Mansion.
Albany, Daa So.?Oo-.cu.or flnd Mrfl D49
have recelved word from Oovernor-ele..t
and Mra. Willlam Sulzer that they expeci
to coti.e to Albany next Monda
The last eocial affair of the Int admta*
latratton v.as a dirmer ciame at tba l.xe'
?.tho Mans.ou tO-Ulght ln hooor of Mlafl
Qertrudfl Do iglaa, a nlece of Mia. Dix.
TO RELIEVE FIFTH AVENUE
Association Will Subrait Plan to
Board of Aldermen.
Robert Grier Cooke, ptesld- nt "f the
Fifth Avenue Asaoclation, at Ko. Ml
Fifth aveni.e, announced yeaterday that
ha -would aubmlt facta and flgurts to th*
Eoard of Aldermen for the purpose of
eliininatlne unneceseary tiufnc on Fifth
avenue. Observatlona n.ade by membera
ot the assoi latlon. Mr. Cooke aald, elmwe-1
tnat nearly two tliousand a/efctclefl went
up and down Fifth avt.-nue every hour,
especlally between 2 and 9 o'< locfl
Mr. Cooke polnted out that many m*i
ohants had agre<*d to co-opi-rate wlth the
a_E0cl_tlon, iu.d only on eimtgency c&_?*
wouid they recelve paukagea after 1
o'elock ln the afternoon. Tiafflo patrol*
men. he de. .ared, Instead of ahowlug ihe
rtn.e atnouiit of tn;*, to the eaat and
west Uafflc, had c..t lt to at Last one
thlrd.
A great <1'-&1 of ihe eotigestlon eeuld ba
relleved, Mr. t ooke eald, If chauffents
aalth empty cata would plch out aome
r.iler etreet besldea Fifth avenue ln going
for ti.elr employeiH. By a.'tial oo I II
a i s fo md that 4iu emi'ty ea k paaat A - i -
taln atreeta every bour. Tha aaaoclation
?uggeal thal the alghty-aeven cab daa
hacklng on lifth avenue at tha pn lenl
aach <>f whflfln makea aboul nine
il trlpa ftoiu liih to ?7:n atri et, i tuld
? ln ne rifla atreeta.
lf tartvthlrdfl f?f thfl avenue were usr-d
etween the bouri <>f s and lo ln the
nlng bi feblclea i-ound aouth, and i
;, : n-.-.i h:.'UI- .1 t." them i? 1 w. ? i, I
and I o'elock, wbea they were retun
Mr Coohfl aald. tl.e traflle eongeatlun
w.niiii I.e telleve.l a KtHiit d^al II- alSO
fltiUtl fniii aildltlonal mnn.-i po
..n the vareaue, and Inateaal of
Ktupped a' nearly every bloik eel
Id be allowed to go at letmt bfl
rOOka before Bfltng halted.
-.
HURT IN UNUSUAL ACCIDENT
Victiui of Control Whecl Whieh Flcw
from Coal Wagon I? in Hospital.
.- ? uik Ta.. lor. of Ko. I'^-'ii lult-.n >lrt';.
iklya, waa badly injured j>'k''';'
morning by m pacollar aoctdant whlle b<
pa>.4.i;iR No. fiT Keninaie stieet. Mai -
? n The lontrol wheel ot an auto
. onl a;i?:on flew off while a load af
....! araa i.'-ms -tunped, rrtrnck Taytor la
knocked him unconat - -
- ie :?!? Bttflefl by lettera ln bla
?
Thi drlvei 'if the i-oai wagon whlch
r?? inns'-ii to Bi'm-- Broa ?? i- ??? ' '
ln no u.,\ ra aponalble for the a<
|i..i.n! I--. unir elarmed ond, raa iwa
lleflvlng hi? triifk and t.ain. Tn ]
I Bt I b ? Bt't Hoapltal
Mrs. Lydia Edwarcls. Sixty
Years Old. Buried Two Days
in Alley Near Home.
STARTED FOR XMAS VISIT
'One of Her Neighbors, Seeking
Exerciso by Cieaning Side
walk, Suffers from Shock
of Discovery.
Ti.e Nttj uf m.s. Lydla Bdwarda, alxty
reara oM, of No. ttt Winthrop Btiert.
Flatboah, Wai found under a *,now8ank ln
an alley adjolnlng ber bouae at 10 o'elock
yeaterday mornlng by Otto Rahnert, an
.old man, who un overed the body arhlle
j deai Ing aara r aoma of lha anoar. Ha i * ^ *" -?
Ofl the aa, ui.d floor of the house next door.
Tha Bnyder avenue pollca station wa? no
title,l. and tlie body was r.iuo\e_ th-io
ami latei taken to the morgue.
Ifra Bdwarda a .s fully clad. There
oraa ? bundle bealde ber eontalnlng a new
dreea, and she h.-id a Perataa inmb muC
ln bei i Ighl band. A m ardi of bei cloth?
lng al the BtatlOfl h'.uso rovealod |S_
The body Line t,., Blgna of hrnlaea Dr.
tiexa di r, of tha Kiaga County Uoapltal,
..... - mmoned, and aald thal lha woman
bad been dead for at le*at forty-etght
l.utlis.
it is the theory of ti? police that th*
woman atarted on a Journey Chrletmaa
Evt and dropped dea I In tha allayway.
Selghbora aay tbal Mi*. Bdwarda alwaya
used tli- alley when ahe wanted to enter
ber boma or ??> out Bha llved alone at
\,,. . | w ;:itnrop atreel for s.- yeara
Tha property waa In hai name, .'ir.ii aha
had tha reputation of being a woman la
moderate cin umetan, 11
Teaterday mornlng otto Rahnerf aald
he needed a Uttla axerclae and would try
bla hand at letnortng 101110 of tha
from the alley and fronl of the house.
Ue had h.trdly staited li.s work when hla
ahovel atruck an obatructhnfc win. h
proved to ba tha arm of a body. Tha oM
man. who la rather near alghted, drew
elOM to the body nnd then ga e. a cty of
alarm. Wbea h* waa aeen later ln tl.e
day he araa stin aufferlng from the 1
of the aboch lii' dli wvery n-< * blm.
Flva o'clock laat night a aremaa called
t> tba bnyder avenue etHti.m and aald
... mymt tha alater of Mra. Bdwarda. Bha
... , ) .- | .._,. ;is mjS. , ?ii.v.i n, an.i wi:. :.
AMUSEMENTS.
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EMPIRE '.,
MAUDE ADAMS |^&SSS
\ ??? '.? i.xtru Matl-ee Tbore.. Joa '
Wlll IPK'C i' ? ' 4 ' -i 4 10.
UMLLALn 1 M , Tom'w * w ? -l . I 10
NAZ1M0VA . BELLA DONNA
LTGEUM
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5* BILUEBURKE ,,? .^V.h."
G1RRICK
THI: CONSPIRACY
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CRITERION t
ROBERT HILLIARD
FULTON *j
The Yellow Jacket
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HJDSUii i v d .
MRS.FISKE
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HARRIS r: HEXT MONDAY
."CHEERUP . v
PARK ,;' LINA ABARBANELL
I UIII. |inMi?.xrniN<r'*H:
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TO-DAY (FRI.)' M.^.Vt... 2:30
"S?_.GENEE
ln "IA li\\< I ." ??? I* '',,r *- ""
N - at Boi om. ? Mt" ?'. B. Johj - >n.
new amsterdam; ;.;.;, gsfiii
THE COUNT OF LUXEMBOURG
nn mmit mWtsmT sjsst
ihe Latest Opera of tho Modern
\\ altz Kinj.. 1:RANZ LEMAR
FIRST
in,?rlran Itrn.k i> Olen Ma.Donoagh
Fiom tha Qermas of v, '.'Anv. a H...l??*ky
PRK8FXTED WITH A NOTABLI
- AS'l' AST> FNHBMBI K -NU
LAROKI.T AT'OMFNTKD ORt'HFBTRA
Ii wn v. Evea I 18
ItatliM * r.tt.i'w ? "fed
III Ml.III. I'JllTH ??M.IOHM Wf F-.
All..,., 1^
KM( kl l(H<)( HKt. H . 3SSI 1: l ? I Ifl
M?'-l -II-. TO MORROW X \\K1>. '.' is
Tbe ln*.! \*.i,.j ln Maaeral i ottmAy,
OH! OH! DELPHINE
ronrmrimi i
tv.mrm.-u
?trssmam
MILESTONES
MOUUN ROUCE
ZIECFELDFOLLIES
GLQBE
TO-DAY
(FRI. at .?
II* la Tona'a i u ad.. -? i
AI??t(oii,rr? .V Sluoe
Elale Jm__
I he I .-..iv cf tha Bllpper.
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HOLIDAY MATINEE
CHEATHAM
I0E WEBER'S tt -.v. ...- m,.?,
ALIBI BILL
,'ait in lodea: Ralpb Btoart Harol 1 II,
Adanta, I>*i i >.: -. tli Jatm ? 11
Mati -i, i. r Mili;. ent I _ Eleanor I
rilRT: ;: laurette tayior
WU II I a.1.1 IVc ?' M, llr?r>
ELTINGE r 7
WITHIN THE LAW
, M'Mi.n iimi. i i>?r. \fi. tom. :. al I,
! :<l *<i?c RecMal?Morrelle
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fi. $2.30. ,
ir.'-lil 11., h *
?4t Ralj
PRAKK UA VOR'H: ?t th* l'taro tEaldwiaj.
SEMBRICH
told thal tha body waa at the morgue <
tba lofonaed the pollce that she would
make Immedlatfl artflngaaaanta to have it
i. nov ed for burial.
So one l;i the iielghbnrhond sr-rmed to
ery well acajualnted arith lha ??'"?
affalra, altboogli Mr* BleWorn, who
.piea tha nppav *5'ol'.v of ?*?"* *****
ararda. house, was auifl tha woman was
a wldow and when her husband waa llv
Ing that she had travelled ln Europe. She
Mdd that Monday night Vfl_ the laat time
nlic heard Mra. Kdwards a'ootit the house.
Then she thought Mra. Wwnrds boltfld
the wlndows and waa heard going out. A
few d.v.s ago ahe Informed her tenant
that she had a brother Uvlng ln Freehold.
.V. J., named Thotnpson. She mentioned
th.it there was a baby reeently born to a
member of the family, aud that she In
tended MMting Freehold oa Cbji-stmas
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SKATERS DEFY BELMONT
Youngstera Crawl Under High
Fence Around His Lake.
rfeuipatefld. Long laland, Deo. S_?De
?plta the eight foot barbed wlre fence
?urroundlflfl the property of August Hel
mont here, hia prlvate laJ<e wae crowd'd
with yuung ekatera to-day. The vlUage
ihikiitn eimply dug a hole under the
t*. nea and crawled through, one by one.
Thla was all done ln the face of fllgHfl
whlch emnaci txaapaaaara that they
wouid be proaacfltad if they were caught
on the proparty. Untll nearly dark the
youngatera wete having the time of their
liv-n, Ihitig out the old ailage that "stolen
iw,-.-ia a.a thfl b-st." aa flflflh of them
knew that Mr. BflhMBt had bullt tbe
fence to keep them from the propetiy.
Late lfl the flftaraoOfl one of the em
ployefl aaw tne youngatera and etarted io
drive them <-rr. Tba glrla want away
\< ben oui- red, but not so ihe bo-, ?*. They
flnd kept do-inlng ba<-k and forth,
to that tn* man. who was a stable em
i ... v.aa dlsay trylng to eatch them.
in thla be r.i.-'i. and flnally gave vp in
dtaguat Tbo Belmont homa la arithla a.
?i thio- of Ihe lake, but at UM
- -it time lt ls tin.x eiiplrd.
To add Inault to Injury, the boya toflh ?
s!?;ii waxnlng iruapflBBfra and. etlaahtng to
tho hlg eat Umb >-' a tTOflfc naile.i lt where
it Luu.d be obaera/ed only by the biidn.
HELD ON STABBINO CHARGE
Youth Accused with Striking Play
mate in Back.
Krnm ial fl flcaenteen yeara old,
<.f No, I i i riotta el b In ti.e
Moi 1 9 ..i ' ?? ? i-:!igad with
?tabblng la the back t--.ti.-?-n->.-.ir-f-:.!
Kfllflfl ... of No. K3 fn.tona
I'uk Bouth. Hfl Wflfl held WlthOUl b_:l to
OW_lt t;.e a.tlon of tha fct.ind Jury.
'The atabblng took pia..e the nlght of
OctObflr 21 and Ka i< uL.-i n hflfl he.-u ln the
al evi r rda e. lie !s now aaurtly
- -i and may i e a 11 Ipf '? tot n>.
AMUSEMENTS.
6'- AvT.-eiTpiv
44'- "TEiTwiCB DeMLV
MAT*}.AT2-t_VC*).AT 8
Beal RaaflB ?t Matlneen. 91 00.
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Hapeefl verif? of \e? Sj,e, t_, |e?.
\>ll - .ii.Jm?...4U.I ......uii. l uacert.
? Harrold, l i - 1 rentlat, B ? ?
i .,.?,.!..-. fc Ceat 4% eni frcra "Tbe Flre
* , j.,n _? Ottcar llatnmerateia'a "Valaa
. . :. gt .-j Prl ??? 1 to 91 Beate ?.-.?*?
WINTER GARDEN .'!.,-. ? R?& '"'
t..itr...lr Hi.fT marui. Hr.iu.lw.4T to Tarik.
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TRENTINI i'mn iv.
iikiiviiM \V Ih., ifaraj * 4-t r ae 9 i "?
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?<( Mill 4III.KMION, 9:1?? E\'4>. 9:*ia
ELIJAH
\4I Ml lt a IIII.DS' Neir Mii.l, Hall.
, V-lU^wr-, "ROLYPOir
Mailne Hllotf'r. I?? ?''?*? bei B ' fl Btb ?'. *
"\ V'--,; HINDLEWAKES
4-.il. -t. Th.,E. ot 14 -,- Kv.9 i3.~M_t. Tom'ar.
WILLIAM COLLIER x^.^Vftfc
...ti,Ti4| ih Ifl n H'- Bt 1:20, Mat. Tedayi
ANNIERUSSELL'S' !i!^?-,t,iuv"'
j- K. of B tvay. Evee * 13
lay ii Tom'ar. l II
PLAYHOUSE
v ! LITTLE WOMEN
u uiiam - oillei'a a OMEDY, 4lm E.of B ?-?
{ww'StSS FANNY'S FIRST PLAY
Ni WHAfi a\ "<-!- ii , 94th 4 B Ave gval
^-^g:?^ T H E_W HIP
H'KMT END. 138th. W. ef B Ave! Erei Hl.V
MAT. TOM'tV. THE MKIlltV roi'NTE*-*.
M \ T W K E K _^^._ E > E BVWOMA V
BERKELEY J^vitwzi^
tee
To-Day
HIS WIFE BY HIS SIDE
By Ethehn Keava
gi Mt I iv., M4IN. Ell... DEC. 90. T.rery
Afternoon and Erenlng Thereafter.
RACKETTY PACKETTY
HOUSE & CHILDREN'S
THEATBE, Century Theetra
>..-.. ?*.-?!. I Ht. A 9th Ava
11 one NV.O Cn) in.nua
Prleaa pX tifJO. $.
BRING FATHER AND MOTHER?"
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, itti r Rutherford & Son
***?"*' ** "*l" TbeFatn Ta!a>ley for ChllJitn
TUTK -::,;,-. SnowWhite
MO*a 44 st aei at n ? m wiiwii iiiihu
PFNTIImV ! '"' '--"?'? 91 Ml Kip 8 10.
Utniurtl xlBt, g_t. ? New Ymr"! at 2:10
l_at Beeutlf I Eotl-Oavtlerflpectaela wltb
; IHE DAUGHTER OFHEAVEN;;:;
MEtROPOLITAN^?A
lonitll.t .' > lliia.ieuntk. DeetlBB, i ..
rdei : i in n. caruee, s. otti. bldur, Rothl. r.
;: . iv.ndu. lor, PoUet o
Net. Mat. ' Oefee ed Eertdlre. Ho
apnold, Bparkea .'aee. Cond .Toacanlnl
Bat. V.yp. ?' ? M Sp-.c I Perfce Maatc
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<lr.n--.tra .ralk ' all llolel Tirkel Ag,?
elaa ... aulai iioi-iitiire Prleaa.
Nni \.-?r'k Mai. il 1 ParalfeL ri?m?fa.i ,
i-i lan IVell Wltherwooa, Qortta<?o9ul.,Herti i
\lr.l. a1 I :t0?Harbleredl sjvijrlla. H,.:, ,.,
11 / .... bui., Atnate, *- Baroia. I'h.i -'orai ?
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I Inn. . na at I I lie lliiguenolk ,
ln - - I.. Tro\_(,.re. Qadakl, ll-nii!
I ... Roaal . oad. Bl ut anl.
II \ 1:1 >M \ \ Pl 1NO 1 Si:i>
OPERA TICKET OFFICE
? ;n :i By iBatra M .-? .
-111 sh.iii- Pl oni i:r:^ im q
BFKEITHStai
union so. s r r *? ?: w r **?.
uniun at.. ;,? bi? citjr 4, i-iaaaaaa
t. ?? '??! Bi Ifl Edwarda nnd otbara
Pfll nHlll ; Mi"4'i '?*l'!1b*rT_i~Eriies.
bULUrllAL Bal). Odlva, "Mr,r, Hlnned
9J , .v Bfld Bl I vK?|r>?t Tt.nn f.ual." oth.
ALHAMBRA
NEW PorUCT un t. "
13 ALE M'ajR AtTB
rt'RT v in 1 1.. ai ifl 7 4;
HARLEM,,. PARENTS OF MEN l;
KELLIiRD a- HAMLliT
UABDEX,STtb flt~ Mad Mth T.m*. M** s,i j
?.
THE NEW YC^K^I^g^tATUBDA-f gggg jrSEJ^l
OLLETTB 0PE?S
. ON ROOSEYELT
We Save 6 Months and
Thousands of Dollars by This
Demonstration
- An MfeWuc'ie* Sml* at ??
Finest Clothn rondarttd at
th* asmanaa ef axu Adeertit
tng Dapartmant.
Dtttgmadtx. r--*ch 'ae m*n xrho
got th' weang tdea ftom cv.r
otttopeym ad*. ths' aa ca'-r
aa\y to tt* man a+.o dejire*. to
txonomit*.
To aet rtd '-/ thu ueprewioo _
fc? adherti*
pepett
aad coat
Wo ?*-*>
lani -r._ ?iu|
tr taa day by malar-g lt potahlt
for you to pj-fiv ? roit or ?
hght oreftoet *t a fractien vi >t?
ardinary pnrt- a feauine <n
tro^ucreo' o/fer
Thr aom< <<*'? ,s m th? tr_.-.d
ran vho diitributxs rr*?
___!?? ol *o-b- tnexpeaiiT.
xtn * and rdie. on the aaehty
good* to produc. i'uturt
fcrwfly. 0 t*uf plan:?
metulror* thrbeaotj-. tht
rOrtwn tsd thequaiityof Smitk
QrajACa. highttt clott cloth?a
the highar ela** Smitti Gray A C -
IM -*. <?r four itorf* ?hKh ar* pr.crd at
30.00, 32.5fT35.GO, 37.50, i%M ind 45.00
?*? *o $22.50
the reaulting lou on garments
o ad*ertitt-_g.
ity mnly
r*t*r*md and ?;<-?-4 hu btta r*m***d
- ?- pnaa '<r m.':. rmiaiD no tt.? VIH lamntta tet toi
forf?? Oani_f N<*hmf ?<""' **?"* ?nr 10 <_-?
rv*
22.50
*l ??*, ar? ***a*H
tf v" ., 1 no* ? v?
poftnn.'y w :?',*c* "1
Amt t? Imi *?** tte* ?* da******
fc.??0? Mxw ao^J-* '?"? *?"?-??
(riratwcnk
. w? vw< ?? >*?'k ,!-??''" 4,-M
? ?? W Iea* OtmO r?
aagj^eaaaaael
Thr tu.'wi imilm-r* xzma arb- payi
**aM r J" ?l a- -'?' tn hia '? ? ? ?? '?
1 . n (nat h? ,1 tomt tf tt ah?a. mt 'J<a
l?rw a' ,hia .?:<? ?-*? ar haa m -.-'
toro* .jw.r I Aiw.,"^ tmm. tmlm
aml* knomtltdt*
f R'mmbv- r.try faracnt la*, ?_??
h. *,ll he na-ik-d ?--i* ???* *aa_
r- f ao '?>' ' "'.-i
a.?i Mag__a*ae iM,tei.^,1,n.m,h?iiA ?_,***_*?,*?_*.
II
The Supreme TEST
Since Our Demonstration 6 Months Ago
Our Business in Higher Priced Clothes
Has Increased 30 Per Cent Without
Further Advertising Them.
SIX MONTHS ago our Advertising
Department inaugurated a novel
and daring plan to make our higher
class garments known to many who
had not previously bought from us. A
plan to do a work which could only
be accomplished otherwise by news?
paper advertising for the next six
months. (S? ourads of June 27?July 9, 1912.?
The plan was costly, for we cut
our prices so low that the sum of
losses on sales was enormous.
But to-day the wisdom of the plan
has been proved to us.
For every 100 customers we then
had for higher class clothes, to-day we
have 130, and this marvelous increase
in spite ol the fact that we have ever
since June b^en advertising only to
men who wear moderate priced gar?
ments. Men who form the largest
tield. Those who foilow our ads wiii br aware of -?
this fact.
Now at the endoi the six mcnths'
test, our success warrants us in the
belief that our interests and those of
men who to-day do not know our
higher priced suits would be served by
a second Demonstration.
Here, briefly, is the plan?
AN ADVERTISING PLAN
To demonstrate their beauty, their quality, their perfec
tion, we are marking ALL the highest class Smith Gray
& Co. Sack Suits, in our four stores, which are priced at :
$30, $32.50, $35,
$37.50, $40 and $45,
DOWN TO
The resulting loss on every sale to be charged to advertising.
Absolutely no sack suits have been reserved? and nonc have been removed
from our stores.
Naturally our heavy losses on sales
will not permit us to continue this Demon?
stration beyond a limited period, and im
mediately after the closing day every gar
ment left unsold will be marked up to its
original price.
We are reaching out for men of discrimination.
who are accustomed to $40.00 and 145.00 suiti. We
givo them an opportunity to learn of ours at a cost of
I22J6.
Thecaa.om tailored man who paya prices beyonl
a!l reason to his tailor will find he is tome $30.00
ahead of the game that he has taved valuable time
and gained some valuable knowledge.
' UHDM
FULTON SX.W FLATHUSH A-^WttOKlYN -BHQADW1AV AT BEDf ORO A?
"AMUSEMENTS."" AMUSEMENTS.
^^ 9k I CT Y I 'MKHT MATIXEE TO-MORROW, lilil I
nwsv a Mth sr rbene 210 Brra * !?:???. I N ?
c -first MiriMK to-morrow, t:M*u
_ 3 MATtNEES NEXT WEEK, WEO., THUR. (Pop.) & SAT.
Ifftll'l I ^or ^wo Hours and a Half at the Play
Tl II Between the Acts?On Your Way Home
1 ** rf JT? Going to Bed?In Your Sleep
I AIIRU Before Breakfast?After Lunch
LHUUn All Through Your Dinner?A Week Later
"STOP THIEF"
<.io rnUAU'C Tbee,., B*] ?Sd? Eva.1 II
H iiunHn o m ,,? ?[,, ,i?j a sut.. 'j i.'i
l;.,p. Miii.i.r To-dny?H^?. Mat. *J?t.
GEO. M. COHAN "broadway"jonjks.
AOlUn m , .. a i\.-morro-r, . 13 tt-- ka.
imiii.i.ah HAWTHORNE
FA1RBANKS :' OF THE U. S. A.
.", Mn \>xt V .. W 1 I'iiur, ' t'i,p . & S.i
roiun "" iikiiki < \ ?>r
unHnu H.,. T,n,? si ttm broor farm.
n\< wi:, ITtoaeee starr, The Caae of Beoky
." iDN.Tf.IP 1'YCEIM. fiTth Ht A Ttl, Av.
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PANAMA CANAL a m> BALKAN WAR
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IN KINEMAGOLOR !
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r -..i.t;,' ?i D'l
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llruina or Oudr." ,,nrroll_ ;
ri-i.u * 7 other bi? Arm. |
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LLAaVVMr, ,- it., 5 i.v!
SPECIAL MATINEE TO-DAY, 2:15
"Best American comedy in
uoarc "_CHAJtUM DARNTON
JCdlJ.. ln THE EVB. WORLD
DAVID BELAflCO preaetita
Years of Discretion
B) Frodarlc Hatton A Eanm I ????'..? 11...
"Big Breezy Success. Superb
Pact" *?'"*',N ''A * 'a*8
?td*tt. EVK. Sl V.
REPlBLlOo"1
1. \ST 2 WEEKS.
SPECIAL MAT. T00AY^,;;:I{Ilv^vi:
Wllliam BUetl eatVDaarM Belaece praeeal
? GOVERNOR'S LADY
AMUSEMENTS._
ORATORIOl
SOCIETY CF NEW IOR
,un fd t.v Pr I^otx'd P?m'-?'h-'Sl
.?\ in ? ha B deti ? ?*?>I
i ? rma?. ? f t_?
ESSIAH"
BO ltl MM*. <-.rinn- K..I.' H-l--*'
M ? t h.l-tl.,- Miller. Mr l;r-U >??'"? I
Ml llrrl.rrt ? ith^rapoon. ,
I M_a K?",rimenl?h. COO-ueter. I
Orcheatra ot tt. Y. Symphony $o:WJI
CARNEGIE HALL, rf-T^^ff
s*.ua ;5c. to >-.'?'. "t K' jj ' ^e*!
PHILHARMONK
JOSEF STRANSKY'o>."n ro?
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jggg LHEVINNE ^S
YSAYE-GODOWSKS
.lolnt K-.ltal - IVonaVrfnl Frognxtom
-ndinrr with Kr*utier Son*';, -,
t amtgla Hall To-morrow <*??? ?*%5
<,afJ> ni.w at Bn* < ?ffl''*. M.a,-?
MsaOCaaMDl R. R. Jot.naton.
I4r'OI.I\> MMI. Mun. Art . Jan. ?. "J
TINA LERNE
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BIJOU ;:-:; K^T^T^Vri
?y RAlNEY'S AHRICAN Hli?

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