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T 12 THE SUN, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 9, 1897. I
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HI awuMtnenw.
M MANHATTAN THEATnEJ hS$i
i TELEPHONE CALL 1193 SflTn BT.
f A IMUllMti TitIUMIll.
Hi Charles Frohm.n and DiitM Belasco prcaent new
B'Jt?' play by Francla Powers,
THE FIRST BORN.
M Alllt."-Hcrald.
V' "Tli 'Flint Darn' Is great." World.
l Ii " Held the sssemhlage spellbound.' Sun.
f ALSO THE NEW COMEDY,
l A NIGHT SESSION.
r " Toe success or both nu Immediate anil unqutl-
It tlonaMe." Ileruld
f Evening., 8:30. Mallneo TO-DAY. Uilft.
KNICKERBOCKER. mVd'sio.
LAST TWO WEEKS.
'' GEO. -DWARDES' m v (Hi III ft I
GAIETY THEATRE U 1 ii WN
-; CO. OF LONDON I11 "
Ki MONDAY. OCT. tl, NAT C. GOODWIN.
Supported by MISS UAXINE F.I.1.10TT,
IN IUH NKW COHKHY BCCCESS,
I A, AMEItlCAX CITIKV.
tr RTU AVf TIIKATHK, n'way and Sth it,
( , O I n V KDW1N KSOWI.K. Manager.
f FlltST MAT. TO-IMl AT S.
K. TO-WI.IIT AT xtao
S'i Mil. nlCllARD
MA1SFIELD
Mi THE DEVIL'S DISCIPLE,
Bh BY O. BERNARD StlAW.
K EMPIRE THEATRE, DB0ADWD Tn T.
f. CBARLEb FROHMAN Manager
':.'. MR. CHARLES FROHMAN PRLSKNTS
f MISS MAUDE ADAMS,
'..- to J. H. Uarrle'e fi'iutJv founded ou tali novel,
v THE LITTLE MINISTER.
" MATI5fKK TO-HAY AXU WKIIVIWIIAY.
Kf Kvenlngs at fi20. Matinees at 2il5.
B'i ACADEMY "F ?4Vt? and Irvine: pi.
? B, Q. Ollmoro A Eugene Tompkins, Prop'rs U'gr.
1 ""t. "NATURE."
) BALLETS. MARCHF.8. and HFKU1ALTIES.
Laat Mat. To-day. 8. Kve.. H:lo.
v' Wc4 Week. Ju. J. Corbe tt In A Naval Cad.t.
HOYT'S THEATRE. a"h 'hSSw.,.
t HOYT A MoKEE Proprietor!
ANOTHER BIG COMEDY HIT.
"ROARS OF LAUGHTER." Time.
' THE PROPER CAPER.
. "A 111 J HIT." Journal.
; Bvcnlnrs, 8:110. Matinee To-day,g;ln.
K GARDEN THEATRE, " i5i.?xV.
I CHARLES FROnUAN Manager
.' 8d Crowdsd Weak,
P MR. SOL SMITH RUSSELL
HB In Martha Morton's American Comedy,
; A BACHELOR'S ROMANCE.
n Evenings 8:10, Matinee To-day 8.
:t IfifAl I tPtflC MATs. WED. 4 TO DAY'.
WAfcliMwR 9i Evenlnge at :lf.
K- MATINEE TO-DAY AT 2.
MR. Ev S. WILLARD
By nenry Arthur Jones. PHYSICIAN.
H' KOSTER & BIAL'S. xdmiuton 50c.
'' ro.l 4KUltl 8CCCE-S.
;' CLEO DEM ER00E. FAUST BALLET,
K PAOLA DEL MONTE, foR.SaW
Hv TO-PA Y W iTISr.fe TU-UA Y.
'' I4TD Al n 8QUARE TIIHA. B'way and 3Stn it.
ntriHLU cbt!, K. Er ns.Prop. fcM.t8:ia.
- Dinelc PRODUCTION OF
jt lrfC O TIIK FRISKY NOVELTY.
TI1E FRENCH SIAin. -.r'i:
MATtaEKa W ED.SESDAY AND TO-DAY. 8:13.
GARRICK THEATRE, SUVfe.,o:"5.??KJ:
H." noyt ft UcKee. Letter . Cbarlffl Frohman. Manatr.
l' 9 UTII. Eton- IMVT'C "ti Ml'IILAL,
- Mor hitck's null O rtlll K
A STRANGER. IN JEWJORK.
H BROADWAY THEATRE, "TRIP
FRANCIS WILSON AHLNFG
U Kt,.8:15, Mt.To-day, 2. Rr(. prlcci. f 1.S0. 41, BOo.
H; MPBTH'S Continuous Performance.
t Ettbl 1 Oil JPO.. 50c. Noon to 11 P.M.
; Debut or MERVAIS LK ROY i great llliulonilt).
Bl' L1IXIAS BDRKnART AND FOKEKT FLOOD, BROS.
C DAM11. UKEAT BIOURAPH.
: MAXWELL AND SIMPSON', S3 Othrr Stan.
LYCEUM TSJSTSOTHERH
t, CUA.MiK H.1.EV IUAHB tLI.EY.
H' NEX' WEF.K-UDY OF 1.YON8.
H wrrri matinees thdrsday and Saturday.
B'- DaSTrtD'e cotii'oi
'. B0 I Wit o PEiironM.tt;n.
H. lOiao i. II r. M. aral. SO n. no cent..
H i Lew Hock. tadrr Cora Routt.
T Paulino Markham and Kathryra Dana,
B Canflald and rarl on. Animated Plciurea.
B WEBER & FIELDS' "SlSoT
B Tl.E 4.1.AU IIAHII Birm.KQDK.
H.- Clew D Road. new and la'jjbtblr Trarnty.
m "&$' VESTA TILLEY.
H afl..n Amrlrn In.lllil Pair.
B - auiin B SIIOWH IN ONE. S.
Bl .IiJ.ifUr Art, Uacblnerx. Flowen. Food. Fruit.
HS n,.n ' noun' Cocilluuoiia Prrfonnanc. 12.
H in. oi.i i Conceru. Nv Feature! Dal.y.
HS 10.80 A. u. g6c Ttiu Whole htiow. 3S.
H HARLEM OPERA HOUSE. m't.1.
m DE WOLF HOPPER. r""n,ln cp.ta.
Next Week Jamei A. Heme, &hom Acrei.
H ftP A MTJ OPERA 3D"5t. H p., MAT'.
1 UiiilX;HODE, BT1I AV. " r- " TO-DAY.
B . AUOUSTUij PITOU Leuee and Manager
M TO-NIUHT. Ilroi. Byrne I NEXT WEEK,
i In the "New (i Belli." "For Liberty and Love."
i 1 ATn BT. THF.ATRE. near 0th ar. "Night, h. 1.1.
1tfRlL5S, 'B'BI K IN F
! ; jgff&VSFilSSSn. TMECKO'S.
H DDOfTflD'C Illgh-Clana Coutlnuoue
m rnUlIUrO, Performauce-Noon to
B Jl LIVINO I'ICTURF.M-IIrl.na Mora. Mclntyrs and
K lit aih, W.lliamt and Wilier. Other .tart. -'So A COv.
H PLEASURE PALACE,
1 ' BBth and Hd T. Ites'd, 30 . All Illk- Rt.'d. 2.0.
K Biz Sinter. Plochlanl, .Norlhrrn Tronic: Itellly and
K Woodl'a Big Bhow. All. 1:U0. ETr. 7:10.
. BIJOU tX. TO-NICHT.
H : WHAT HAPPENED TO JONES
K Monday, Oct. 11 tnv 30th time. Orand Souvenir.
B . TTAPI.P.lVr I Bta S B0c..7So. ALIOESHAW
K JJ.a.UiUiUiU. nd twin daiutiter.,Paniier Trio,
K Bll'MC Hill. KATE HOOKEY. -JO other..
M WanammentOhO W. and JAMBS I. LbDERER.
COLUMBUS T""AlriA Tt-DAY.
K , JAM. J. CURBrTT In A NATAL OADET.
B ltIT WBK-TUn I.MIl.t.V
B fl Al VIO I I.ary Kfrnlnc at 8:13,
H UnLI Oi the cntrra uirtu
Fn.her and lolll.r tbaa evecl
B I MATI.NEB TO-DAY AT.
H PFflPIF'S SIDEWALKS" OF NEW YORK.
HE ir"' ' " Melt Week-"Coou Ho.low."
B lT A n MAT. TO-DAY AT U P. M.
STAR JJRA'HWJUAMgir.
, MURRAY HILL. I CAM1LLE I ',
H Lez.av. A 2d t. I Ultllllbkl. cvi;s. at 8: IB.
OLYMPI A SUE ADM. 50c.
' "TIIK CAT A VII TIIK CIIKIIIIII."
' irvincpCace theatre'.
K Mai. and Mf. HIE t.l.liM! EA.
r CASINO II .VagfiSES,1;" TATari
m ' Mallneo TO-DAVI I Of ABTT VOI1U"
H; Arrr.itii o wnn.iu okutii
St and d'llgbtful .all. See Albany Day Line mlvi.,
i v under 8teamboat aud Eicuralom,
B'' 5 QD" AVE. TEvgn.'SlIB. Mat. Tortav.fSand Bdrj.
B; i, O THEATRE. I TIE KI.E Titintv.
F j rtext week Pan McCarthy In the Dear Irl.li Home.
B' ' ' u5uir,'fl cimncts.
f - -
, ; 1 OAN 12.000 wanted teeured on old ratau-
B'' Jj lUhea hu.lne.a: money fully ari-uredj hltiitr.r.
. r.ooeilnthl.rlty lull ptrtloul.r. of
;, J Mcdonald whioi.nb. noyM.au.
K T I.'IITKD amuiitit atwx foraale, latnt adTriililng
J Xj ilevlioi aUulute monopoly: aloul 10 0()0 re-
H i, uulredl Infe.tor will double hla Inrntnieut anuiially,
; MoDONALl) JWIiKIINH. 140 Xauau
H- f UEOIAiTPAliTNEll wantei'l fur Urse, prn.p-rou
K -,. O builnei.i ettahllahed orer SO year.i ttfo.noo re-
B aulrtdl aecured on IBO.OOO unlni'iimiierrd plant.
1 -.', " McDONALUA WKIOI.NS. U0Na8au.
B f iipr LAfT'ST liiiprnveil nlokel-Tu-.lot uri.pline
m . ZtJ foraalei oneor more at aliarvalni full j.ortluu-
B lar.of Mr DONALD & WIUIIINH. Uu Naau,
ff -I TJRINTINO at few hmiri notice ; lli.OOn clrrular.,
M 4 11, card! and ullih-adi. 40c per I.Ooo. KIXJAK
B ',( PKI.NTIXO AND bTATlOXKRY CO.. DM W. H.lli.
B iJ 3?attnts.
VM ,t n.i oitt. nulckiy. Send for Uook."InventlonWaBt-
M 5 H8I UlCn Ijed." CdgnrTate A CO., 243 Bruadway.N. Y.
VM f TATK.Nn fwr inventlom procured proniptlyi low
ir r : UOKDEH A UHIESEN, 82 NaMau at., N. Y.
M Bit1 fUtdlUCt.
VS
li,' -
Sale of
Ladies' Kid Gloves.
Ilqii6 Kid Gloves, 3 clnsp,
Iai-in i'oint stltchltig.
Colorai-Tan, bronn. red. jellon, blneW,
prarl and nhltr.
fti.OO icr pair.
4EiiiiOai Kill, plain nnil
piqiit sewn, I'urls Iolut or
ombroiilorcil hacks.
Volorai-Tan, mode, red, brown, black and
Tlille.
Sl.OO per pair.
Kale Sew aork AKrnt. for the. celebrated
Xavlcr Jouvln (.loves.
James McCreery& Co,,
Twenty-third Street.
qgnntta tmnUff.
NEILL'S
Want Experienced Saleswomen
FOR THEIR CHINA. OLASSWARB AND 1IOUBL
FURNIsniNO DKPT8.
6th Avo 20thto21st St.
pXPERIENCED HANDS to label and wrap bottle.)
Hi plec. work. 5ieanii toaa Sup omoe
G 1IRLS to learn paper box maklnai wage, from be
I ilnnlOf. ELI BALDWIN SON. 13-t Fullon it.
WANTED Learner, on artificial flower.. Apply
ZCCKER t JOSErilY. 718 and 717 Broadway.
X antra fllalrfl 2nccttanif.Jt
BLANK BOOK Forwarder, and Flnlaher.' tn-etjnit
at 473 Pearl .t.. Monday, Oot. II. 0:30 P. M.; Im
portant bualne.i.
lLOTU CA8EMAKER wanted.
j WALCUTT BROS.. 143 Centre it.
WANTEDA-prc.sman"capable of working two
hydraullo muatard preuea. Addreaa a. box 2l
Sun ofUoe
T7ANTED Watch oa.e engrarert. Call between
W a and 3. JOSEPH FAUVS A CO.. B4 Maiden 1 no.
ANTED Experienced alaaa cutter. Apply RA
VENSWOOD OLAS3MFQ. CO.. Rareniwood. L. I.
A7 ANtEDwTtch cae enrrarer.. Apply room B7,
111 Naa.au t.. N. Y.
H'antefl 2Waleg anisctUantoug.
6,israiTx.9s
WANT EXPERIENCED SALES51EN
FOR TnEIR CHINA, GLASSWARE AND HOUSE
FURNISHINO DEPT8.
6th Avtj.. 20tli to Slstjgt.
MAN of aood addre.a w anted for work amunft
bulla tt m.n. Prefer- nc. given to one who haa
had lome experience a. a solicitor, state .al.ry.
BUSINES'S, box 82, Philadelphia, Pa.
I)ongUc ttvantfl WJttfl.
CHAMBERMAIDS. compet"nt cook.. 20 rook, who
waah and Iron. 10 klichenmalda. launlrei.ea,
10 waltrewe., French and German lady", malda,
French and German nure, butlers, second men.
Mra. L. BEELY, Employment Bureau, 08 West 22d t.s
.errant.' entrance. 832 eth av.
CIOMPETENT cook: I23: two In family; to live In
J betauket for the year round; reference required.
Mr.. L. SEELY. 332 0th at., cornered st
FIRST-CLASS French maid for Newport now and
New York lu winter; t. ! reference required.
Mr. L. SEELY. U32 0th av.. corner -'2iMt;
CiRENCU lady'a maid for Tnxedo now and New
X York In winter: be.t reference required.
Mra. L. SEELY. 382 Othav.. corner 22d t.
"VORTH German maid for two young glrli; miiit be
agood.eam.tr ..; reference required.
Mra. L. SEELY, 332 flth av., corner 82d st.
CIIAMBERMATD. Neat and tidy young girl; first
claa. chami ertna'1 and waltresa: be.t reference.
A. K., box IMS Sun uptown office, 12B3 Broadway.
CiHAMBERMAID. Neat and tidy young woman a.
chambermaid and waltre.s: good references. M.
L , box 184 Sun uptown office. 12B3 Broadwuy.
CHAMBERMAID. Young woman; wllllngand oblig
ing: bet of r fereno-s. E. P., box 177 Sunup
town office. 12B5 Broadway.
CHAMBERMAID and waitress; young womsnt neat
and tidy; beat reference. B. D.,box)8u Sunup
town oflloe, 1266 Broadway.
CnAlinERMAID.-N.it and tidy young girl: first
claaa: city reference. M. L., box 17S Sun uptown
office, lies Broadway.
(CHAMBERMAID. Neat and tidy young wom.n;
J be.t or reference.. N. B-, box IIS Sun uptown
office, 1263 Broadway.
CHAMBERMAID. Competent voung woman; good
city references. M. 3., box 103 Sun uptown office,
1888 Broadway.
CIOOK. First cla.1i In private family; best city ref
J erene from Uat employer. M. M box 107 Sun
uptown office, 1288 Broadway.
ClOOK. Neat and tidy younc woman; flrst-claaa
'cook; best references E. C, box 130 Sun up
town office, 1283 Broadway.
CtOOE Youngwoman; good cook and laundress;
1-e.t city re errnces. If. O., box 120 Sun uptown
oflloe, 12BB Broadway.
OOkTNear and lldy young woman; flrst-claaa
cook: good references. B.C., box 130 Sun uptown
office, 1203 Uroadway.
ClOOK. First claMi In private family; be.t refer
'enoea. M. C, box 137 Hun uptown office, 1208
Broadway.
COOK. Flrstclas. cook In private family; good ref
erence.. J, U., box 113 sun uptown office, 1268
Broadway.
GOOD French dre-.maker would like to be engaged
by the week In nrat-clast dry good, store for alter
ation, on cloak, an I dresses. Mm.. N., care Mme.
Talrlle. 48 We.t24thst.
tOVEKNEfS. Willing and obliging joung woman
I y a nursery governess; reference from last am-
Blorer. A, II, lox 1B1 Bun uptown omoe, 1283
roalway,
KITdlENMAID. Wl'llng and oMIglnu young wo
man: good reference from last employer. B. II.,
box 138 Bun uptown office, 120B Broadway.
KITCIIENMAlb- Young wornani strong and ex
perienced: good reference. M. B., box 171 Bun
uptown office. 18B3Broadwayj
KITCHENMAIDr Willing and obliging young
woman; good reference. E. O'C, box 180 Sun up
town office, 1283 Broadway.
KITCHENMAID ctrong young woman: flrst-claaa
references H. R., box 130 Hun uptown office,
1283 Broadway.
LAUNDRESS. First class; strnnr aud wllllngi beat
of reference). K. S box IBS Sun uptown offlr,
12BB Broadway.
AONDRWH. Flint clas., In private family; good
cltv references. E. R., lox 178 Sun uptown omc.
1283 Broadway,
VUR8E. Willing an1 obliging ynuoa woman aa
i nurae and olianbermaldi cltv reference. M. D
box 180 Sun uptown office. 1285 Bro.dway.
NURSE Yoimfwon.an; competent nur.e and
r-hamliermald: cttv reference. N. D., box 143
8un uptown office, 1288 Broadway,
WAITRF.8H. RespectaMe young woman: perfectly
oompetenti good i Itv reference. M. T.,box 100
Sun uptown office, 1S63 Broadway.
"VVAITRERR Young woman: willing and obliging;
Y reference from Iat employer. E. O , box 103
Kun uptown office, I20B Broadway.
"IXTAITK M. Neat and tidy young nonrai first
class; best nf reference. If. R., box 128 Sun up
town oflloe, 1203 Uroadway,
WrAITRF.iR Competent young"wonians"grjoi city
rofer-iiO". S, H., box 100 Sun uptown ofnoe,
1203 Broadway.
ef ir&t-CtHjfs Sflp 3UaU.s.
YOUNO MAN 28 years or age. American, tern,
iterate, nf good habits, sole support of widowed
im tner.wnuM 1 ke to v. ork aa watehrniin or anything.
Addr ss JOHN IIKANDON, 2U3 East 27th .t New
Yorl-clty,
4 MIDDI.F.-AOF.I) MANWBka steady clericirpo.!.
ivtlon; Is a thoroughly competent bookkeeper
(ilngle or double entry): good penman t Al references;
will work for moderate salary. Address
C. I., box 220 Situ office.
A"coLiTtFD" MAN."spVak.rof sTverarfanguaneT
would change preneut situation on account nf long
hours: good ilty references. Address box 120 sun
uptown ofllco, 1203 Bruadway.
Hurl.KH llllug and obliging young man: etperT
diced: first clns. references. U. J.( box too bun
uptown office, K'DO lrod ay.
('1'JACIIMAN -Young mani willing and ubllglngi
gool referencofrmn la t employer. A, O , box 182
Hun uptown office. 12B8 Broadway.
CIOacTiMaS' Competent young mau thoroughly
' trustwofhy t best references. J, IX, box 181 Sun
BDtoiTB oflk-e, 1283 Uroadway.
OPENING
twQj iWw
TO-DAY
with an entirely new and elegant as
sorted stock of
MILLINERY, CORSETS,
CLOAKS AND SUIIS,
UMBRELLAS. JEWELRY,
HANDKERCHIEFS,
FANCY GOODS, GLOVES,
Made-up Laces, Buckings and Veil
ings, Toilet and Perfumery Articles,
Leather Goods, Hair Goods, Books and
Bric-a-Brac.
58 West 23d St.
P II....I. Sl-.l. .1 ! .-! I
fe. pUOT-pINEpUBNITURE
The Nondescript Sitting Room.
The slttlug room echoes tho tastes and
habits of every member of tho family.
Hence, plecca of various styles give tho
room a delightfully nondescript air.
Hints from our autumn stock:
Uandsomo Kmplro and Colonial tables
as centre pieces, the drawers ready for all
writing necessities. Colonial bookcases,
picturesque- and convenient, tho doors
leaded like quaint old cathedral windows,
Sheraton card tables, folding to half size
when not In use. Chairs of every descrip
tion square-seated" Jacobean" easy chairs;
tall backed, cushioned Colonials; curiously
carved German specimens what an Inter
esting tableau they suggest!
Factory prices are interesting, too, when
you
BUY OPTHC MAKEIt'
Geo. C. Flint Co.
4.45ano 47wt2?.,
NEAR BROADWAY,
rA-TORY-. 154 AND 156 WEST 19?STR-
fCradinn hotels and itrfftauvant.
This list appears Wednesdays and Saturdaya.
Motel -iifbriimtion .Free.
For Booklets of American, European Hotels,
Fall aud Winter Btesorts,
Also Rates and Information of
APAeTSVSEISTS
In Hotels oelow, call or address (.end stamp)
II! o lei TnrilT Bureau,
( O.-l fifth .-Ire., -Veif. l'ork,
- 00 Iti-iient .Nf.. .oti'foii,
S4H line tie IHroti, 1'nris.
HOTEL POCKET 0U1DE
(illATIS.
(A. P.means American Plan; E. P., European.)
ALBANY, N. Y Hotel Kenmore, A. P., gt
BALTIMORE, lid Hotel Rennert, E. P., tl.30 up
do The Carrollton, A. P., tS up
BOSTON, Mass Hotel Yendome. A. P., ts
do. . .Copley Sq.Hotel, E.P., tl.30 up; A. P.,13.60 up
BOURNEMOUTH. Eng.Rnyal Bath Hotel, A.P., $4 to (3
BROOKLYN, N.Y Mansion House, A. P.. 3
do Hotel St. Oeorge, E. P.. II: A. P.. 3
do Plerrepont House, E. P., tl
CINCINNATI. O... Grand Hotel, E. P.. 1: A. 1', (3 up
DENVER. Col.. ..New St. Jamea Hotel. A. P.. tt.BO up
do Windsor Hotel, A. P.. $2 to $3.30
OT. BARP.INOTON. Masi Berkshire Inn. A. P., 3 up
KANSASCITY.Mo.ThoMldland,E.P., II up; A.P., 3 up
LONDON, Eng Hotel Cecil, E. P., 12 up I
do The Langham Hotel. E. P.. (2 up
LONDON. (W estmlnstcr). St. Erraln's Hotel, high class.
Unexcelled for 'uxury,couifort, cul.tne, E. P tl up
LONDON,Eug.,DeVere Hotel I De Vero Gardens.
do. Broadwalk do. Kensington Palace, W.
do. Prince of Wales do. j Specially rrcominendod
LOUISVILLE.Cy.Oalt House. A. P.. $3-3; Rooms,(l up
MEW ORLEANB, La., New St.Charles Hotel.A.P., f 4 up
do Hotel Grunewald. E. P., tl up
do Tho Cosmopolitan Hotel, E. P., tl.30 up
NEW YORK Fifth Avenue Hotel, A. P.. 3
do. (B'way - 2Vth st.)...GIIsey House, E. P., 2 up
do. Bthav40thst.ThaWlndaor,ap,t4up,e p.,tl.30up
do The Netherland, E. P., t2; A. P..t3up
do (O. B. Llbbcy) Albemarle Hotel. E. P., 2
do. ,(N. B. Barry) New St. Cloud Hotel, E, P., tl.BO
do. ..notel Westminster. E P., tl.BO; A. P., $3.30
do. ...(E. 11th st.) Albert-St. Rtephenl, E. P., tl up
do. (W.Johnson yulnnJH'fl Empire, E.P.,$l:A.P.,t3
do. (1th av. and I3tbst.)UotelKensliigton,E.P.,tl.S0
do. ...(Win. Noble) Hotel Grenoble, E. P., tl.BO up
do. (Lenox aT.113thst.)BalmoralHtl(ultes), E.P.,
$1.60 up
do. e.cor.Bth av.and lBth St., Hotel nsnover, A. P.
do.(CbambcrW.B,way)CosniopolltanUtl,e.p$!up
PHILADELPHIA, Pa,. New Walton Hotel, E. P., $2 up
do The Aldlne Hotel, A. P., 3.30 up
do. (Restaurant a la carte)New Lata) etta.E P.tl up
do. (Arch and 12th at.) Hotel Hanover, A, P., 2 up
RICHMOND,Va.TheJerferson,E.P.,tl.80upiA.P.,tBup
SCHENECTADY, N. Y The Edison. A. P., 2.50 up
BT. GEOROE, BTATEN ISL.The Cattleton, A. P., $4 up
BT. LOUIS, Uo.UsdellIIotel.E.P.,tlup;A.Pt2.B0up
SYRACUSE, N. Y. .Yates Hotel, E. P., tl.BO; A. P., 14
TI.OY, N. Y TheTfor House, A P., !lup
WASHINGTON. D. C Arlington notel. A. P., tS
do The Raleigh, E. P., tl.BO up
BREVOORT HOUSE,
FIFTH AVE. AND EIGHTH ST..
NEAR WASHINGTON BgUARE.
Elinor r.t a.vo amkrica.'v pi.ajc.
Entirely redecorated large apartments for perma
nent guests. Open now ror fumllle. to secure winter
quarter, at special rates. New dining and smoking
rooms for transients.
Unexcelled Table d'llntr. B1.U5.
tins, Jt I Mrs. I'rop'r.
mii, mm in mi; hotel,
Urn nil noulevnrd and Weal 71.1 St.
AMERICAN PLAN.
Finest location in lb city i two bloots from Central
Park; two blocks from Hudson River; choice fur
nished rooms, with bath, by the week or month:
famltlas have home coniform no cares. Kates rea
sonabU. WALTER LAWRENCE,
Manager.
HOTEL COLUMBIA,
LAIIUK HIMMKIl SiAIIIIKV,
1020 W. Boulevard, corner of llotnst.
Family resort. All accommodations for bicycle
riders and carriages.
Lovely place to spend an afternoon or evening.
. .' ljlF'1'Hlcn- rroprletor,
HOTEL QROSVENOR,
Gill tVK. A.M Hint ST,
Beautifully furnished apartment., superior cuisine
and servke. Fifth avenue asphalt pavement cum
pioicd. I'AII. .V. OIIVIS, .Manager.
3:oot and rf ouutt.
IOST tn reward for return of a float lnje lost on
iO't.O from Hamburg I'ler, Hoboken UELEIN X
nitlUKESSTElN, ufflo.- Br'uien Pier, llolmkcu.
gmonal illoturu.
rnrraTD C nOGOATTACARUTHERS
UlVUKwCOi ur Dakota. Eastern offices,
kgu Brvadway, St. Paul bulldlay.
AMMEYClr.
"shiDpcdoniSIjoc'l
lEAHSSTaHDARPofrERIT
The "Cornell" Shoe
the finished product of special
ists in shoe making. One expert
selected the materials rejecting
all but the best ; another designed
the shape hence Its clean, grace
ful lines ; others did the making.
Result: A shoe made to fit, to
wear, to look welt; a shoe with
all silk stitching, rc-lnforccd back
and whltc-oak-tanncd soles.
The at&ty
"Cornell" SS
Shoe, W m
sk. Saf
They are made of
Black Cordovan,
New Shade of Winter Russets,
Imported Patent Leather,
Highest Grade Calfskin,
Enamel Leather.
The "Cornell" Shoe competes
with the best made-to-ordcr shoes
in materials, style and make, but
costs less than half as much.
It Is sold by trained clerks In a
spacious, elegant store, under re
sponsible warranty.
Open This EveningUntil 10 o'clock.
A.J.CAMMEYER,
6th Ave., corner 20th St.
Colleges una" cliools.
For O.y. and Tonne Men City and Country.
D W I G H TW JP& ! YS
Kigiiirvaiu jer begins Bpc. 20.
iNotd for In -ound, rorumga-afD. tern of In
struction, under experienced teacher-. Bmill cla set.
with special attention to tb Individual pupil. Uriln I
atei of DwUbt Litve been admitted wltb high credit
to Vale, Harrard, Princeton, ColuraMa, aud other
collefret. The annual catalosue will be mailed on
annlkatlon to Prluclpal, Arthur Williams, U A. (Yale.
' ' ') Noscbiwlhou rs wasted In military drill.
WOODBRSDGE SCHOOL,
Slxte.nth year begin. October 4th.
Prepares especially for
COH'MOIA HI until, UP MltKI.
., SACRED HEART ACADEMY. t
Bslect Cat b olio boartllajj schnol; educattunal aa
rant ares unsurpassed; op-n all year; fall trm begun
Sept. 7. Address Bro AUOUbT, West Chester, N. Y.
BERKELEY SCHOOL, 18-24 West 44th St.
I New pupil, will present th-m.elves Monday, Sept.
27; regular work will t eglu Sept. 28.
II' ad Master will bo at the building dally after
I Sept. 19.
GEEILACH CADEIV2--,
COLLFGK POINT, Long Island. Military Hoarding
bchool for boys. Uymnasttrs and drill yrtT day,
CS1 KK YfXhLY. Dosrd'and tuition Semlnarr
XXOO (g'rls).f 17ft Slltltary academy (boy). Ad
divas Episcopal Sobooit, lladdonfleld, N. J.
For ttlrlanud 1'ouui Wensn-CIt) and Country.
Miss S. D. Doremus
BOARDINO AND DAY SCnOOL FOR OIRI.
RE-OPfNB OCTOBER 4TH.
733 Madison av.. New York;
Clna.lral flrhAol ror blrle. 3004 Pint Avenue.
15th ear begins September 2ttth. 1SU7. Boarding
and day pupils. Admit, to college
Mrs. HELEN M. blOVILLK, nrlneil.
HISS EDITH 1.. COOPER, j ' """P"'-
THE ri.l.lIA".rilOOI..-llh jene. Kinder
garten Training I In... Kindergarten and Lie
mentary I)ept. 1 7ta U'dway, bet. 3Tth and 08th at.
I'TICX". H.V.
Mra. Platt'a aehool.
Fall term opens last week In September
ev. He. nd:tir..ri!irfe. II. flnrrtner.
SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. 007 FIFTH AV
For 1'ouugMea and 1. omen City and Country.
New York Boarding School Directory.
'J first Fourteenth !.. .err torlt.
Circular, and full Information of select high-grade
Boardlngbchools, city and country. Spclal attention
paid to outof town applicants. II N. II ANNA Y.
nu.tnea. Collegaa.
ALL EARN MONEY
whllo learning sbor hand ami typewriting at
VKH-jflL-YK'H COIJ.EUR,
SlOBroa way. New Yorkj
UOHTnAND All 1 VPKWrtlTIIJ arilOOL,
1UOO Hrnadway, d Door Meluw OSIh l.
Day and evening aesslons. Thorough training In all
branches. Commercial. Medical, Law, and Reporting.
Send for circulars aud reference..
F. I- WA.l,y, Principal.
I7ATMAN BIIHINE8S COLLFllE, Pok epslc. N. Y.
!i NEW YORK BU.lINESS INSTITUTE - BOOK
KEEPING, hhn thand, to., by mall or personally : day
oreenhw. Positions for graduates. Call or write.
C. C (lain a. Ml East 126thst N. Y.
BOOKKEEPING, tel,grapliv. shorthand, typewrit
ing: day and evening. Thompson llulue.s Col
lege, 20 Fourth av, (opooalte Cooper Union) llvo
experts. A. W. MADItiON. A. M., I'rln.
Cr .li..m' SK'hool .r Hhnnngraphy, t4l ll'naj.
Indlvldusl Instruction by an expert. Tuition low.
! gci,0,,,
MPW VHRlf lllaySell.ol, 120 Broadway.
i a.u onunni I Kiealag Scln t'ooper Union.
LAW SCHOOL )"Dnlakt Meth.n"ur In.lrue
ttnn. l.L. 11. In two j. an : LL. I, in three years.
Bend for catalogue. OtORGK CHASE. Dean.
Hchoola or Klociillon and Draraatlo Aria.
ACTING, eTOGUTION.
Cultivation of the speaking voice, gesticulation, Ac.
for the lawyer, actor, and tulnlst r: thorough and
practical Instruction, FDVVIN GORDON LAWRENCE.
lOr) Welt 42d st. Bend I or circular
Uanrlng Academies.
MISS SyicCABE'S
Dancing Scliool, 21 East 17lh st.
Privet, and class lessons dallj : beg.nners any lime.
Kchools .r Physical Culture
THE DRs SAVAGE llFVrtKIP.lKUT Im'TITI!TB
nH Kii ftii r ii Kinr.KT,
REOPENS OCTOBER ltT,
Mlaceiaue.na.
PENNINGTON (N. J.) bEMISARY, Convenient to
New York, Pblladi Iphla, Ualtlmore and Washing.
Inn; buth eexca; bhtb rear; liralthftili bcautlfuli HI
leaonera: i coursea; 2tl0 a year. lur beautifully
llluilratedcathlogue. iiddie..
THOSU.1 HAN1.QN. D, P.. Prrildent.
li'xcutisione.
I EXCELLENT FIKIIING ou last three trips of atoam
J er AL FOS1 Elt.
ijWIIEBaiKN (trVyi'ir lle shrlinp. .Itedder crabs,
-1 saud and white Mono, at 02 (ntlmriha Mamcl.
OKA BA.b FIMIING -n.lllilajr., Tllr.da). Woilnes
Oday,Thuri.day..t .imer Al. 1'OSThR From Last
'.'.Id if., 7;40; Battery, h -0; fare tl, "lib ball; ladles
B0c4-uts,
Kif Poi vfrM5 uriiii7""od roi't.ii.
HltttPHIK daily Kt I IIMII (except Sundays!, by
I Palace Iron Day Lino Steamers New York and Albany
from Deabros.es st. pier at 8:40 A M. and Weal 22d
St. at u A. M. The last chance to see thu AUTUslSAI.
, FOLIAGE from the Day Line will be Oct. 14 from New
I Yik and Oct. 1 0 from Albany.
$& fftkAtwfa (ffrrk
Style in Read vto-Wear Suits
A woman who has not kept j
pace with the times could not
believe what elegance and style
are to be found to-day in ready-to-wear
suits. Here at Wana
maker's the variety is actually
so great that a choice is difficult.
Take two suits as fairly repre
sentative. First, a tailor-made suit of
fine tweed, in plaid effects,
brown or blue colorings. The
jacket is the new 26-in. length ;
the jacket and skirt are most
effectively braid trimmed, and
both are lined throughout
with changeable taffeta silk.
$32.0.
The next is in different style,
a suit in the new Russian
MISSES' suits . Th"e SL $reS
nun nniic our readiness to
AND CLOAKS dothe aU fm
grown women down to babies. Here
are some of the new things for maidens
standing " where the brok and river
meet,"" misses," in the unpoetical
language of business.
First, two dresses for girls of six to
fourteen,
f 2.25 Two styles, In pretty, small checks i
one with wide revers, full pouch front
and collar of pliln cloth, trimmed with
tinsel braid; the other has full front,
shoulder straps, and belt of plain cloth,
trimmed with tinsel braid
Pretty Gretchen dresses of navy, green, or
brown lady's cloth, new front, tucked
at the top, revers trimmed with fancy
silk braid and brass buttons s J3.50 for
6-year size, rising 50c. on each size, up
to 14.
Girls' Coats. 6 to 14 years.
6 Tan mixed covert cloth, reefer style,
coat back, velvet collar, wide facing.
,8.50 Handsome reefer of mixed cheviots,
coat collar and back, bound with wide
black soutache braid
$12 Reefer of new basket-weave cheviot,
buttoning high at neck, hicli slashed col
lar, with new style shoulder-cape, braid
trimmed, black and cold buttons; collar
and cape edged with Persian cloth.
$12 Reefer of illuminated loop cheviot,
buttonin? high at neck, storm collar.
Empire back, shoulder bretelles, trimmed
with contrasting cloths.
Misses' Coats 14, 16, 18 years.
$6.50 Rough black cheviot, doublc
breasted front, high neck with storm
collar, coat back; half lined with change
able silk.
tO Fine black or navy cheviot, fly-front,
buttons hi?h at neck, storm collar, in
verted pleat back; finished with stitch
ing, and half lined with changeable silk.
$13 50 Fine black or navy chevbt. fly
front, inlaid velvet collar, coat back;
lined throughout with changeable taffeta.
Second floor, Uroadway.
rtintPV com Fc babies in their
Pin caps first few months-the
anu lah wrapS are of course of
creamy white. A beautiful long coat
of ripple eiderdown, with circular cape
edged with Angora fur, is $4. An
other of China silk, with deep cape of
three embroidered ruffles, is 57.50: and
a fine Bedford-cord, lined with China
silk, braid-trimmed, is the same price.
For one and two-year-olds there
are short coats of cream novelty eider
down, with wide cape of lamb's wool,
at SI. 50; or large fancy capes of Bedford-cord,
the cape strikingly set oil
with little otter heads, at S5.75.
Coats for baby boys are of plain
blue or cardinal, made in boyish
fashion, with belt, the back pleated;
round capes, with rows of white silk
braid and pearl buttons; 2 to 3 years. S6.
Beautiful little bonnets of Benga
lee silk, cream, cardinal, or brown,
in tm with the white coats, with deeD
frill and cape, are SI each.
Children's Tarn O'Shanters, plain
or in bright plaids, trimmed with
quills, 50c.
Second floor.
iarmnieres Saturday is plant and
AND PLANTS flower daV- Tbty are
AND PLANTS n basemnt the
vicinity of many other beautiful and
decorative things. This large variety
of plants is kept up by daily contri
butions fresh from the greenhouses.
They are sold on the Wanamaker plan,
which means about half the prices you
are accustomed to pay.
Fountain Palms, fi5c to 53.
Sago Palms, 2.75 to J7 50.
Paudanls Vcitchli, Jl.50 to S3.50.
Rubber Plants. 65c. to fS.25.
Kentia Palms, $2.25.
Areca Palms, 35c. to 9.
Boston Ferns, 50c. to $4.50.
An incident of the plant and flower
business appears in the Limoges fern
dishes, with brown earthen linings.
Ferns thrive in them.
Without ferns, $1.50, 52.25, $.
With ferns, 52, $3, $4.
Ilaarmrnl
gLimtttUt stwtts.
VIRGINIA HOT SPRINGS
OPEN ALL THE YEAR.
PERFECT FALL CLIMATE '-'.H00 FFET KLLVA.
T10N. ON UlKHAI'EAKE AND
OHIO RAILWAY.
THE NEW HOME.VTEAD,
a grand modern hotel, rmupl led and oiicneil laat
year; tottages and casino, tlo'l curative baths known
'or rheumatism, gout, and m nous troubles. Ktry
bath from flowing ipr.ug t'f natural hot water,
tlOLF JJNKb AMI VM.I I KtT ORLEN.
Fine Livery and llaguiilceiil Muunialu Surroundings.
Pullman Compartment I ar New ork to Hot
hprlnga. without change, lui.'lav, Thi.nntar.uuil
Satuiday Bookaat Fred echufltld s, Metropolitan
building, MadHon square.
Excursion tlckela and Pullman reasrvallouatChea
apeuko and Ohio orllcc., at) J and 13S Broadway, and
omces Pennsylvania Railroad
"e-" ' j,Jt,D BTKtnv, Manager.
, Alot springs, DatU county, Va.
blouse shape, of handsome dark
green or blue two-toned serge,
lavishly braid-trimmed; high
standing collar, with novel
epaulet effect over the shoul
ders. The entire suit is lined
throughout with rich check
taffeta silk and exquisitely fin
ished. $36.
We add a few other fair
specimens of different price
groups. At Wanamaker 's you
will notice that no matter how
low the price, every suit is well
tailored and finished, in all
the following skirts the seams
are bound.
$10. Handsome tailor-made suit
of navy or black storm serge,
, with fly-front walking-jacket,
MEN'S ne suPer'or'ty f Wan
n nTiiiwn amaker clothing shows even
tLuimmi more .aside tfm outside
Notice the linings, the stitching, the
way inner pockets and seams are fin
ished. Excellence shows all through
but it begins inside.
In all-wool cheviots, our 510 suits
show values that are really hard to
understand at that price. At $2
there are eight patterns in plaids and
neat effects. A stylish suit at 515
has single-breasted coat and double-
. breasted vest a novel combination.
j Rough brown cheviots, in basket pat
terns, lined throughout with silk, are
here at 516.50; and still finer suits are
518. 520, and 522.50.
Cheviots are favorites but they're
only one spoke in the clothing wheel.
Second floor. Pourtb arenne.
ROYS' Nothing in outer gear is
-, nTHiwn so certain to catch a boy's
-LUiniNU fancy the ew military
cape, with military brass buttons, and
a most seductive military air. A hood
, falls over the shoulders ; and both cape
' and hood are lined with red or bright
plaids. Two new styles are here
to-day.
Navy blue cheviot, 55.50.
All wool and fast color, the cape and hood
lined with red cloth.
Navy worsted cheviot, 56.50.
Handsome velvet collar, the cape ana hood
iinea witn an-wooi icotcn piaia. 1 ms is
very swell.
We have two styles of boys' chin
chilla reefers at 54.50, that the boys
ought to know about. They are in
navy 'iiinchilla, all wool and fast color,
edtres bound with mohair braid ; lined
with pretty Scotch plaid. I
One Is a Brownie style, in sizes 4 to 8 yrs.;
velvet notch collar, buttoned high at neck.
The other has rolling collar, double-stitched
edges, with lining of hair-line stripe
cloth; 7 to 16 years.
And we have other chinchilla reefers
up to SI 1.
One of the most stylish garments
you ever saw for little gentlemen of
4 to 10 years is a reefer of wide wale
worsted overcoatinns, green or blue,
fastened with buttons in fly, but fin
ished with black frogs in front. These
are 58 ; in extra quality melton, 510.
Second floor. Fourlb avenuo.
MEN'S ,A lot of imported
FURNISHINOS whltc, shirts, that were
meant to sell and did
sell at S1.50, are to be wound up at
51. They have the popular short
bosoms; all neck and sleeve sizes.
Too many on hand that's all.
men s lancy snins, pi.
Two new styles, both of woven Madras;
one white body, with a fine Madras bos
om, and two pairs of culls to match; the
other all colored, with one pair of cults.
Both are the usual (1,50 shirt.
All-cotton collars and cuffs are
certainly a novelty but a novelty
that people take to kindly when they
learn their quality. The fabric is '
adapted especially for collars and shirt
bosoms.
J Collars 15c. each; cuffs 25c. a pair.
They wear as well as any 25c collars
or 40c. cuffs.
Ireadvray. Slath .tract.
cHnpe Do you know the Wana
snuc!5 maker Good Service Shoe
52 ? For men and women ; welted
and stitched ; two styles for men, seven
styles for women. We distribute
more of this one shoe yearly than
one large factory can supply. Ma
terial, making and designing brought
to a high standard by concentrating
all the resources of a large factory on .
one style shoe.
fourili avenue and Mnm street. I
giatiofom. rrjnrn, xc.
ALAROE ASSORTMESTof lightly used andsecomT
hand piano, aroorrerod this week at prices to cm
all bujreri Among the stock is Included uprights of
the following makers, all In line order
WEHHI. hTKINWAY.
CIIJCKKRING, IIALI.rTI" & DAVIS,
)HH.I.0C!C, hTUVVESANT
HUUlnt'UUKELOCH 4 0MP4W.
-Tii a.. ton.rm tain t.
STECK PIANOS.
Warerocitn. Him It HIM, n Ktm 1 4 I'll r.
Full aisoriiuent of theae reliable Instruments. Also a
niitiil er of second hand grand and tmrlijlil and a lot
of siiujro pianos of various makes and ut oil prices,
for r-ato on taey tcrrna If required.
I'lAAIla TO litCT.
WPnTuiiTrt; '
7iaoctae, medium alie.tl7B.00 tl monthly
7tjoi iar, largest Use, tSO0.no gn monthly
IUnth .) OU. ..Cartage free (this week)
GORDON. Ut Fifth av Ut. Huth and xltl sts.
BEAUTIFUL upright pianos, $. bSi MemwayT
.!:?.! w,uP,jl"l.!. WlNTERROTH. 108
East lita tt., adjoinlof.stetnway'a.
lined with taffeta silk ; skirt per- bL
caline lined, and finished with vcl- WM
513.50. Walking suit of mixed B
cheviot, brown, blue, or green col- H
oring, with fly-front jacket in tho H
new 26 in. length, lined with satin H
rhadame ; an especially becoming V
suit for tall women.
517.50. Handsome tailor-made suit
of boucle cheviot, blue or black. H
fly-front jacket, silk lined.
519.50. Russian blouse suit of
cheviot serge, taffeta-lined waist, "'
with turn-down revers at neck, .
fastened with loops and small but- iMm
tons ; revers faced with black silk ; K
belt of black silk. ,f
522.50. Silk-lined tailor-made suit 1 i
of handsome wide-wale cheviot fl
serge ; the coat is the new 26 in. m
length, with the new coat-back:
the entire suit lined throughout
with taffeta silk. ,
THPwnniivc: Thc two-fold natura Ij
JLcnpc "f Dr. RUpath's great It
TWO SIDES History of tht tforli W
separates it from all other histories. I
Other writers have given more or less I
faithful chronicles of the exploits and I
achievements of the world's great men
and nations; Dr. Ridpath not only I
has done this, but also devotes equal I
space to describing the real life of tha I
real mankind from the earliest begin- 1
jfiggpZ I
IP
nings down to the present day. Ona
part may be likened to a description
of a house which some carpen er has
built ; while the other part is the liie
story of the carpenter who built tho
house. This latter no other historian
has so much as attempted.
Reviewing the past from these two
opposite standpoints, the reader per
ceives clearly the causes and effects, the
real relations between the different parts
of the world's whole history.
No wonder over fifty thousand sets
have been sold at prices from 548 up.
If everybody realized the life-long value
of the great work we are distributing
through the
WANAMAKER HISTORY CLUB in
at half regular prices and on little
monthly payments, our edition would I
be exhausted and the Club closed to
day. The Club membership fee is
ONE DOLLAR.
The entire set of eight volumes, In
any binding, is delivered at once, you
agreeing to make fifteen monthly pay
mentsfirst payment thir'y days after
joining for the cloth-bound, 51.50 a
month; for the half-Russia bv far
the more durable and attractive 52 a
month; for sumptuous full morocco, .
52.50 a month.
Members may resign within ten days,
and the club fees will be returned.
Specimen pages, with illustrations,
testimonials and full particulars, mailed
free on request.
a'Inth afreet.
nDir i.npir To-day some exquisite
BRICA.BRAC paris prcelain a
reduced to one-half yesterday's prices.
They are decorateel with enamel and
hand painting; many have ormolu
mountings. The prices run thus :
7 50 size at $3.75 $3 size at $4 A
fl0slzeat5 112.50 size at fG.25
13 sizeat 6.50 $15 size at $7.50
$20 size at $to $22.50 size at $11.25 "
$25 size at $12.50 A
No real reason exists for this cut in M
the prices of rich goods that are of fl
more real value to-day than ever be-
fore. But we want you to have an I
interest in our Bric-a-brac Art Room. 1
aaera.Dt. 1
JOHN WANAMAKER
Formerly A. T. Stewart & Co., Broadway, 4th ave., 9th and 10th sts.
gwnofomtf, (Orrjans, &r.
X FACTORY UARtlAINH.-UprTgbl"iiiannTTrii!aedT
. tlOOaud upward: rent 13. WLbUR BROS., 6ii
West 4adst.
1a mi f7a sitoTmiTNTT sTiFh t iyused7too to tiT!
J rent, III, small Installment.
OUVRIF.H 1IHOS., IB Kaat 14th at.
T ARGK ANBF.LKOANT ARKOIlTMKNTnf blirh-greS
lj PIANOS TO RENT. .
Also liargama In slightly used pianos of Ih. best I
makers. Rent appl ed on purchase, 1
LOUIS J JOS0F.I.YN. 10 KAbT 16TH BT.
" 0lce4furnure7
UMHM AMI tlfFM R -
FURNITURF. IN OllEAT VARIETY UANUFAOTURED
BYT O. bELI.KW, 1 1 1 FULTON BT.
EijpcUvTitas. '
B'TrOTKNBriKRFEIt' No. oTtJOi No. 7. t0i guara
teed the best. Call or write (or catalogue. Uay
Broadway, room 0. I

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