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' 1 10 THE SUW, fHtJRSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1808. , . ' 11
ft Bw ' "" ' ' - .... 1 1 Mid-Season Millinery ' f S CRENCH Millinery in mid-season styles, a little later and newer and - k , I fresher than anything you have seen of .French make We open a P m. shipment this morning, and their importance raises them superior to weather I M, conditions. Rain or shine, or sleet or snow, they will be admired and k m bought. f, m They, are just the last things that Paris has thought outin hats. They CI K left the Rue de la Paix exactly 12 days ago. . g m We send over a skilled man at this time every year, to pick up the 1 h m very newest things for the opera season. It's odd that no one else docs it. m These are a day or two late, thanks to head winds and high seas and diffi- h m i cult steaming. r H We have marked these hats I f . $20, $25, $30 and $35, 1' m yu ' De surPriSC( to leam at these figures are just about one-third I m less than the actual cost of landing the hats here. Sold at a loss ? Cer- P m tainly. They are not here in any hope of profit, only as a proof of our 1 ffl intention to keep Our Public on a level with Paris, so far as styles are con- g- jtt cerned. i g K The makers represented arc Vtrot, Carller, Marescot Soeurs, Josse, w m Druard and Susanne Blum. 1 p.j j A few of the most I 1 Evening and beautiful o Im. I 1 Ba" Gowns ported Costumes, K m masterpieces of dress-masters, at half i m their cost to bring here. i All kinds, from the exquisitely 1 jR simple productions of Mile. Come, f, that magicienne whose familiar must m be the fairy Daintiness, to the regal- 1 IE ly superb gowns of Worth and Mayer, ' I ! "cness 9&ed on richness. m Half prices all through, and about ., , V- the last chance at them. I f Were, $150 to $750; i h Now, $75 to $375. fk The cape is r Women's Capes exactly suited K, to these indefi- K nite mixed-up days, half Spring, half ft Winter, all uncertainty. We have ft the largest collection of Capes that 9 you have ever looked over. Three- M fifths of them are imported ones, H nine-tenths of them are exclusive r styles. H Occasionally come especially at- i m tractive bargains, and here's one. We ' 1 take all the ones and twos of capes, '; ' ft a lot much varied in style and ir- i I w regular in sizes, but containing all sizes ': fi. m and all styles in something, and mark J I them all f I $25. . w m. Yesterday's prices were from $28 S- f M to $36. They arc the fashionable f- If long-length capes, in cloth, made ' H M with the new ruffled flounce, all satin m m lined. Sf B Second floor, Broadway. I I In Slippered The easy-chair and m W p slippers are doubly C Case delightful on these E if storm-swept nights. The furniture w" wL man 9TePare' a Morris chair for you PS yesterday, and now comes the shoe ft. 11 man bringing your slippers. - Or tfir F0R MEN 'f W wf " $L50 Loir-cat slippers, open style; of I M - soft IddsHn, blade or brown; with lad Iin- t E- S i&i fall round toe. f & m $3 High-cut slippers protect the ankles I ft and nce the feet; black or tan kidslun; Hl! round toe ,'j, hi M At 50c. to $2.50 Felt shppers, the Alfred ' ft" am Dolge kind, with leather or felt soles; str- 1 sk K en lcIis at between-prices. '' R W FOR WOMEN Oldoryonng. Nothing neater : i 1 or easier for home wear than felt slippers. "S ' At $1.25 The "Princess" style, with leather f K sole and heel; round toe; silk cord trim- m. K ming; in green, red, black and gray. W; M M $1.2 The "Romeo" style, with fur ft WL trimming; leather sole and heel. Other is Km Wnds at 3& t0 '2 ' IDf ronrth avenue vul Ninth iltnl. 1 m Holldav Just M they're most , I W ontuSL necded for e holiday I 1 I Ribbons f work ' K m ready with a great lot of all the de- & K sirable sorts of fancy ribbons, .nt a p me ' full third less than regular prices. ' M' I offerillK onc o U-5ik ribbons, of par- tf! ticnlarly good quality; 6c a yd. for the jfe R seyen-eigbth of an inch kinds, op to 28a W M. yd. for 4 h. widths. Six other widths P W between, proportionately low-prieed. K mf ' Tenth (trett. )'l 1 Men's Suits 7ygood cloth- ' i' m af J5S n ing or a " !lt- f I I at '5U t)e money. There I- 1 B are suits of blue and black cheviot, HE k- ' reasonable enough at former prices I'H it some of thesc wcrc $12, k fr IjF k clear-up brings them all down to l 1m $8.50, and every suit is a decided M$' ft ' bargain. Sizes 33 to 46. HjjT Bond floor. Fourth artna. I Dresstna rcadcre of our laoies less fcd thankful for this hint Come in and make your selections now from a stock compris ing sixty kinds, at prices from $4.50 to $75. We'll hold your choice for delivery at your convenience. Some of antique oak are shown, to gether with those of golden oak, mahogany, bird's-eye maple, curly birch, white enamel finish, and the more elaborate sorts that are hand somely inlaid with fancy woods and metals. Also many imported mar qucteries. A few lands, with prices: At $4.50 Of oak; top 19x30; French bevel plate mirror 12x18; French legs; one large drawer. At $9 Of English oak; top 16x30; fancy shaped French bevel plate mirror 15x20; swell front; French legs; one large drawer. At $10. 50 Of bird's-eye maple; top 17x29; fancy shaped French bevel plate mirror 16x 20; swell front; French legs; one large drawer. At $12 Of curly birch; top 18x32; fancy shaped French bevel plate mirror 18x22; French legs; serpentine front; one largo drawer. At $19.50 Of white enamel; top 18x33; fancy shaped French bevel plate mirror 22x 24; swell front and swell ends; French legs; one large drawer. At $20 Of solid mahogany: top. 19x34; round French bevel pUte mirror 21x21: French legs; fancy shaped front; one large drawer, ronrth floor. The Choice "T61? Rnni,. spent their book OT DOOKS money ;n buying many complete sets of the more popular authors as they could afford. Nowadays the book store sells 125 copies of "Pickwick" to every complete set of Dickens; 110 "Vanity Fair" to every set of Thack eray; 90 "Romola" to every com plete Eliot. Have we of to-day less leisure for omnivorous reading ? Or, is it more discriminating buying ? The principle of taking only the best books of an author is carried to perfection' in the INTERNATIONAL LIBRARY. The best read men of America and Europe have chosen the best from all the books in all the world. Profiting by their vast reading and trained judgment, the busy man or woman reads and enjoys the choic est productions of the human brain, without waste of money or effort. In the 20 volumes of this Library you have all the best and only, the best. If you emptied an entire book store into your home, you wouldn't secure as much book comfort as from this collected Library alone. Until the limited number of sets for the Wanamaker Club are taken, you may have a set at half the pub lishers' price and on Club terms. The complete set in any binding is sent at once to those joining the Wanamaker Club. The membership fee Is ONLY $1. You are allowed 10 days to examine the books. If you choose to return them, your dollar is refunded. If you keep them, you pay monthly for 15 months $2 for cloth binding, $3 for half mo rocco, $4 for rich three-quarter levant, or $6 for sumptuous full levant, such as delights the connoisseur. We recommend one of the leather bindings as being more appropriate for so large volume, and more durable. Specimen pages and full Information free. The Cook Store, Ninth itreeL i I JOHN WANAMAKER H 1 Formerly A. T. Stewart & Co., Broadway. 4th Ave., 9th and 10th Sts., N. Y. 1,1 I Sherman Square Hotel, I BOULEVARD, CORNER WEST 71ST ST. ' H L AMEMCAX PLAN. K ftp, Btrictlr a familr boW; cholc auiU, furaUtud or ' Sf SB' aafornlihel, to rnt j tin teuon or rtr. Culiln ' and urtitj of the Ulsbeit order. Kitca ruaonablc. I I! jjj location convenient to all parU of too city. ' i WAI.TEK LAWKESCK, Manager. I I STTJYVESANT SQUARE HOTEL M HE. corner 6th it. and M T.; permanent anil trtu. f;' if elent accommodation: ratca moderates foot of nn- ' W 9 town L tutlon, convenient to all care '' W W HOTEL MARTY rnnch Table d'Uote.O Weal ifr B H tlUILU WlHttll Mth. Lunch 40C.J Dinner z Hr " . lne and coffee Included! urvlc a la carte at 1 R all boure. rtouma by Uay or waek. . m jl Cxruratona. ' W m TiEEP 8FA W8inSO.-8lcaoMr AQLEB dallr. f? W . -I escept UouJeye, fare Cfao.j 3litaU,E.B.. 7.3i: W i llattery, .Qi. old reliable pilot Al Imler on board. I P gHUrtllaufoug. t W li -I-P-f -X-S. XO for S ccnlT'Jit'ruiKi'atarTbey I E v Unlahiifclaandprolonsl'fi. Ono wm relief. I gmrliott $otttt$. E. W. KEAUNKr, Auctioneer. AUCTION SALE or CONDEMNED QUARTERMASTER AND ORDNANCE STORES, by direction of MlCt. FLAQLlOt. Bricadler-Oeseral and Chief of Ordnance. VAN TASSELL & KEARNEY, AUCTIO.NEKDH. This Day, December I, I898, AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK, at the mm jiuul, ,7111 Ar. anil asth Mt..Xew York Cltr. Cauloituea rtady on Not. SO. at Annul and Auc Uoneere' office. 180 Eaat 13th u Pcttiarjg. rPJIBTrnSfuMkiTIJfa of IhoBonaofthTHe XluUon will be held at Oelmonlco'e. tth ar.aud "th t.New Tork city, on Batnrday. Dec. 3. at 8 P. II.. for Uie election of onleera and manecera and the traniaciou of butlneu. PolU open from 8 to U.JO P.il. ALEXANDEK JI.YUOMWON. Bcrtaxr. iJitwu.,..!. e.w,jrjhAyyii , ,iln)t'ii . t.a.i lfoiMSt. c9"RELIABLE"n CARPETS A CHRISTMAS HARMONT. Lowest prices mid easy tonus aro nit ntuno hero to tho "Rood will" spirit of tha gront day of presentation. SATIN DERBY PORTIERES, $ 1 2 a pr. (reduced from $17.50). All colors, heavy silk fringe, at top and bottom. Random examples from our chair array: Desk Chairs in tho quaintest dhapos; dainty, cushtonod "trianfrlo" bits with low backs; Colonial Rockers, little- slipper chairs: luxurious loung ing chairs all tho highest quality, but only lowest prices. "Long Credit" meaning "easy pny mcntswlth tho Now Year's incomo" strikes tho final melodious note. CASH on CREDIT WPERTHWAIT O. 10 106 and 108 West 14 St NEAR 6"? AY. ProoMvn Stores: FTatbusft Av. near IttfkHi St. f.W.L. Douglas f I SHOES UNION MADE I Kef-fe-W, GORMEN $ sfeir S3b00 g 1 FOR MEN 4mm' S2n50 1 W5' FOR BOYS g V "VVTK nre tlio largrt nianafnclnrcrsln Hie S g ' ' world iclllnjr lio direct to the 5 nearer on n ono prollt baslt, through our A ASSexcluiIrc retail etorrs. X We i-nlte Impcctloii, mid nre confident W J8T we c-in conrlttco you tint tlicre Is no nrces. V elty for nij'11? fancr price for your foot- V P trr. XV. L. Douclni alioee represent the O V best you c in get ut nny price. Hie name Q g quality e!ewhere would cot 3 to ffl. All a O the late.t ttylei. KTery kind of lcitlicr. fi 5 All alzes and widths. g g See them at our CxcluU Stores. NEW TORE: lail. 1340 Broadirar, 43 A Sk Cortlandt St. . 074. 2?03 3rd A .. alt W. X W 123th St., 345 Eighth Aro.. IWPultonBt. V 9 BBOOKI.TN: 708. 710. 1307 Brobdwar. ft J1 Pulton St.. 404 Plhh Are. roM'"' S m JBR8ET CITY: 10 Newark At. S. ft NBWABK: 785 Broid St. S oocig0rg2Hgoog;tooctoca Winter Stgartg. Itnna on fast ipeclal nchednle Ti Chi- I B raco anil Alton, Iron Mountain I f, ltoute, Texas anil rariflc, hontli- u ern Fnclflo Co. Summer route for winter traeL tor particulars rplr to Clilcnco & Alton 381 D'wajr. 25 Wasblncton at. Iron Mountain JE;) o.-n. ,. v, . Texas raclHof381BwJr' l2WaMnstonst. Bo. 1'aclllc Co 3-tOB'war. PBtatest. rFHOSE sulTerine from wcax InnKsorMthmaihould -a. eo to Southern Pines: Ant-elans board and rooms; '""JUt'"0001'- Jorthera cootlntr. Address Miss BBOWi. Orota Cotiace, outerll lines. N. C. " IKincIIKSTKU 1XS, Summerrllle. B. C. Uealtb, comfort and pleasure. Mild climate. Uolf, wtaeeltnc. Moderatn terms. TUOMAd B. MOOIIK, Prop'r. NEW .JERSEY. LAUREL A PINES, Lakewood, New Jersey. NOW OPEN. IIORACI5 POUTER. Mnnager. THE LAUREL HOUSE, Lakewood, New Jersey. IiAVID n. PI.USIKR, Slntiacer. Laxewood'a advantases for those deslnne outdoor life and sport aro known ererj-whero. Oolf, drac bnntine. drtTinir. blcrcline 1c. Pplendld roads and well-kept wilts turanch tho pines. gUilliutrij aufl grrsswaliinB. JTJKS. I'nusual opportunltr to secure sealskin and sable at lowest prices. 1'nrs dyed, repaired, eicnanted. UUPaOS BY fUB CO.. WJVUst dst! SEiLsacquea and capes alfered into fanhlouable earments at lowest prices UfflKEll'B, 111 West 3th St. jox gale. I W U Y O I. II M K T A tT. ' PiIS?u,J)rPI'DI'ED- unAss.coi'i'En, zrso. rKWTEIt. 1 EA LEAD, OLD TYPE. KLECTItOTYPE. CUO, and 1 will rail, aur part citr or country, and allow you the highest cash prlca. POaSBTtrN. mi) William St.. near rrankfortst. PLAOP COHTlHUOUTTaScF AL.AOE PJEKKOUJIAACBP.SI. Sd2r. GREATER NEW YORK AM AZEO BY THE THniLLISQ "BATTLE OF SAN JUAN I" MO Ueul Soldiers I so plrlteil llursea! Lursest htnen lit tlis World: In addition to the USUAL GRAND VAUDEVILLE SHOW MAOOIK CUNE. MINNIE MET110T. nUWNOrV C. T. ALDHIC'll. SO O-rUEItS ' W NO ADVANcn IX PltlCli-J v.. 60c. PRflPiTflR'S Continuous Performance S? auderille debut of (11IACE IIIINTINdTON and I)K MAIL "'rUE HOIXY T1IEK INN." BIIOB DKMM, Al. I.EECU and th TUHrE UOSEBUDi UOUBlS- I-O.VIKb, WAUOlStl'll Other features: o ad ranee In prices 2r.r ,&c. air NEXT WEhK Dliut In rsudevllle ot W1 ARSHALLJP. WIUDERJ( CAIIr.IU IIAI.U Kcxt Minrtny NlrhU Fifth EmLhulaur .?J?r SYMPHONYORCHESTRA. Sunday Mint. Nina natl.l.onr Soprano Concert i 3.lalstTKoatibault.IVU vuiitOit j jakt.ih i;ilrr Obo lies seats, now on sale. S3r..."0e.,75r. Boies, 83. Direction ViCIUi; THliVSH huabo I'lano uie t. t AltNKlilK II A I. I,. PAUR SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. Subscription tickets for the remaining tour Pub lic Hthrsnalf (l"riday afternoons), or four rJrm. phonr Concerts tSsturdaj-aTetilnes), Ml.zO to at, now on sale at Box Omce. ' Rnn rescrrud et In llalcomffor either f- CI nn "vv ternuon r ereuiuv series, Wl.ou Direction VlOIOlt TlilUSE. Kna be Piano used. ""KVKUYi AMERICAN ifoYANiToiniT" should see the . "BATTMS Of tiAH JUAN HILL!" sw ss eassSJi.rfJji - ssnsnss.s ss'iHsssiis.sswaia'sssi STETROPOMTAII OPKTtA norflE. OBAND OMSttA REASON 1808-80. rder tha direction et Mr. jrnttrlcf tlrnn. To-roorrow, Frt., Deo. 3, at B. Oonnod'a opera, ItOUEO ET JUUBTTB. Mmea. Melba br arr. with Cnaa. A. Kills), Dlella, Banermelster, KM. Ed. de Keatkej. Flaneon. Albers. Ban and Baleza. Oon dnetor, SI. ManclaellU . , ,, Bat afternoon, Dec 8. at l,TTapia opera, TANN HAtBEIt. atmes. Ramea, ilelssllneer and nerdlea, MM. Van Drck, B'Aphan. Bars. Mnblmann. Manx. Metrert and PlsnconT Condoctor, Rlr, "anrlnellb Rat. Xhr'B, Dec. n, at lVpnlsr Pncee, MAIITUA. Mmea. EncU and ItsntelU. UVl. Ed. d IlMike, Ctv bone, Dufriche a ml Sill an e-:. Condnetor, Uerlcnsnl. Prices for Sat nlahts 3.BO, I3.vu,l.il0.and TAr, Adrelvslon. SOcand 11.00. Boies $10. f lr.and $30. Rnn. Rr(, Deo, a, Grand Bundar Silsnt Concert. Soloists Mme. Marie Rial'. MM. Campacari and run con, ami ROSENTHAL (hlaonlr arviarancs at these concerts anli.tsr pearanco In it. Y. preTlona to his departure for tha nest), torotber with entire Met. Open Iloca, Or chestra. Oondnctor, Rl. Usno.nstli. rtices for tnn dar niaht concert, toe., 70c, l.O0. l.r,o. Boxes, 8, $10 and l J. . itKPKBToirtE ron kkxt week. Mon. Etc.. Deo. nLA TTUVI ATA. Mm. Hcmbrich, UU, Camnanarl and Rallmae. Wed. Etc.. Dec. 7-IJS NoizE Dt riQAI'.O Umcs.Eames, DeLtirsan and Sembrlch, MM. Ed. de Retake, Prlncle and Camrantrl. 'rl. Era.. Deo. B-zrANNUAUSEn. (Cast as ale.) Bat. Mat., Dec. 10-1L BAIIOIERE DI BIVIOLIA. Bala for Neil Week be, Tins Oils mornluj. Btclnwar t Bona Kanos Used. MADISOK SQUARE Sifter Br. 50TI1 PERFORMANCE MONDAY. SOUVENIRS. ciubp.I5tsUMA' OM ni3 FUJJNIE3T SJFJM AMD tOT BuccnsaniL rAitcx. AND toth rerf.'Mondsr. ",,w MATINEE 8AT0BDAY. ft ft" l" EV0a.8W. MAT. 8:16. SjJE Jt. CARDPN Theatre, 27th at. h Madison ar. !f2rZ.Zj'" ETnlnBt,8:lB. Mats..2:iu. CHABUM rBOUUAK... MAAOEB VIOLA ALLEN In Hall Ualne'a Great Play, c,,p CHBlSTBAfw. Beata selltne three weaka In atlrance. MATIXKK3 WEIWE8UAY A SATTJItDAY. EMPIRP THEATBE. Broadway and 0tb st. IWI " "" Erenlncs, 8.20. Matinee. 2!10. CHABMCS TBOnMAN Manager ' 'TllK IJAB8- BAB CACOHT OM HEBE AB IT DID IN LONDON." BEBALD. MB. CIUBLE3 FBOHMAN FBESEKT3 MR. JOHN DREW IS IIEKItY ABTUCB JONES'H COMEDY, THE LIARS. Matlneea Wednesdar and Batrudar. GARRTflK" TUJEAWe. ssth BirrTearTTwaTr" UXAAVLUrX KT(rs.8:IS. Mats. 2 13. Ilort k McKee, Lessees. Charles Prohman, Msnaeer. MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND 8ATUBDVY. 7DTU PEBF. DEO. 11-80UVEMBS. 1 Charlea rrohraan presenU ANNIE RUSSELL ami prctcast. prMntntT )rCo:3E33ExjanE3. " An Indisputable euccais." Berald. KNICKERBOCKER vJZ'Stfgfo. EVE-GS AT 8:ir. MATS TO-DAY it BAT. AT 2:15. WM- PRANP W THE . ii. bnnnt newcojiedy, HBT "WOBTHA TIMES. MIILIOX." TUESDVY, DEC. !. first time bT Mr Crane of " THE UE.VD Or THE FAMILY," liT Pitch and Dletrichsteln. . SEATS NOn ON HALE. 14TH 5TRFe:TTHE-TBE.cor-6'taT. Mata.Wed. it I ii OII1E.E.I fcRat n.H.orch. circle or bal .CO;. 'ANOTUEB 'OLD BOMESTEAD." " N. Y. World. THE VILLAGE POSTMASTER. 7Bth Performance, Uondar. Dec. 6. Seats nowrradr. PnlllfrilinD Beautiful Importod hand SOUVENIRS. $n.w? cr"m8e,s " New York has ueTer seen m better drama of rural Ufa than TUE ILLAOE 08TMASTKIt. " Herald. KsFCafUlet CONTINUOrs pebfobmanceT CB I W'a NOON TO II P.M. twB U II First and Second Balconlea, 2Sc Orchestra, 60c.; Front Orch., 75c.; Box Seata In Orcb. and Front Balconr, $1. No aeata reserred ex cept Box eeats, at 50c a iranes on rearolar prices. FELIX M0BBI8 AND CO. in "The Vaeabond." LI7ZIE EVANB AND IIABBY MILLS. joe wra.cn. babbioan, billy cap.teb. ED. V. GOODWIN, brother of NAT C GOODWTN. New CIOUHAPII Pictures. ACADEMY of music. ''! 5" " 14th st. and In ine place. F. G Ollmore & Eacene Tompkins.. ..Props, k Mcra. O O PBICE3, Cbeerlne Crowds Always Greet It. i SPORTING LBFI. l.OO. 20 HOUSES and 200 PFXIPLE. O O Mats. Wed. and Sit. 2. Ere. M:i(i. PAMERICAN51 t- - CASTLE SttOPERA Ca8AL Etct. 2Kc., 50o . 7.V.. tl. Mats . l.lOOrts. scats, 25c. Next Week-THE BOHEMIAN GIBL. " IIAIII.K1I OPKIIA HOlKi:, 7s4.1. ME. EICHABD MANSFIELD IN CYBASO DE HEItGEllAC. SUNDAY. DEa 4. SOUSA'S BAND. UK WOL1' IIOI'PKU, SOLOIST. Dec. B. DE WOLF BOI-PEU In "The CliarlaUn." HvT.i HERALD SQUARE THEATRE 15 . B;vA35Ull-c"i8l'.ilau. fi)0(.V W'ed.iSst .2:16. "Nothinc fun- l(f rvl nleron thestaire." Sun. . n s V '" .?J?V5IIX I ewnd Edition. TRiVY OrABE." I F-Terj-thlnit New. 75th (8om.) Perf.. Dec. 5. KOSTER & BIAL'S. gf" SISTERS RAPPft, E& JllU5,JMAAnAQ0'f' WILLIAMS a: WaLKLB t TBEIB OVm CO. & FOItElDN VAODEVILLJC. iT. yinioi.AB t(tthSt. West,nesrColumbus Av. Open to the Public Dally, Except M.nJaya. . Perfect Ice, blatra Free. IIUOADWAY TIIEATUE. LAST TWO W LEKB. THE JOLLY JEFFERSON fflOSKETEER. DE AWGELIS. Br Jnl'ao Edward, and SUnlil.ns Stanse. Keninjs at H.15. Matinee Haturdar at 2. NEW YOKK TlTItN- KISK1X, LiatlNGTON AV. AND B5TU ST. I . tlllAND FAIIl. Saturday, Nov. 2. to Moudijr. Dec.S, I8U8. w EVENINGS 8 U CLOCK. Matlneea: Weduasnay, Not. ao, Baturday, Dec. S. and aunday. Dec. 4, 3 o'clock. ' LYCEIjII DANIEL FBOHMAN? SinsSSl ' W6s6ll Mo'tiifesThnn.daya:hat.. 2. P1XEB0 8 LEW COMI-DY, TRELAWNY OF THE WELLS. f'yil.eJ Etcs.8.10. MiU.atl. tvSft A RUNAWAY GIRL. fir S Exactly as eiren at Dsly'a. "gsstyTIIEATBEl MaUnees; V adnesdsy t Batarday. WALLACK'S Broadway k Both aL VcTanBasUaawrV O. r.Tirs.8ll5. list. Bit. 2. JULIA 'I In Her Production of ARTHUrIas You Like It. MURRAY m&luP- HAT. EVERY DAY; Entire honse, Matinees. 25c. ETen!nirs,25c.andC(c 1LV. DONNELLY THIB PflPT fiUTIPT srocn COMPANY. WEEK ""' owir I, RPAMn OFEBA CABLE CABS -' BOUhE. PAKH TUE IOOB. TO NIQ BT " BED, ft BITE NEXT W LEX, AND Jti.l'E." "TBE 6ION OF MAT. BATUBDAY. I TBK CB093." ni.lnil nmnlwsv and SOth St. DIUWUi MATINEES WFn HAT MAY IRWIN Iffle I fB)t HASI T. JACK'S Theatre. Inti Bmsdway and 2Dtn st, V 2 BIO BUOWH rTYEBY DAI. ! AND II. 4SStm- The Mock Turtle. A Wsrm Beceptloo. iy A Tempting Dish of Dainties. PARTHCe'S COXTIXUOU8 aO I Jt O. PKItKOItaiANCnS. 12110NOONTO 11 P.M. BEATS 20 AND SO CENTS. MILTOV k DOLUF. SOBI.EH-IOHNNY CABBOLl! JOHN i. NKIX1 BMcUABTHY-DKAN k JOritt. UfFRED P CICinQ 3U8IC ttottiat AB-way. YltDtn & T CLUO IIAI.I,. Mats Wed. & flat. HURLY BURLY. CYBVKOaBde BBIO-A-BCAO snd THE HEATHEN. TIIKWOIILSIN WAX. am p NEW WAKOBODPiC Bear tho Oyps) Alu.la JBiasM I'mMtXlBtPg. flPUyfEVIThe Bowery Burlesquers. Sr.Tt, .5..7.. Tmlj Mnitlucll, YiilaUnuier. XIIEATm-;. LUely.jray, a whirlwind of fun. HI! U10 I Krenines MilO. Bhaksopeare'e II fl I f V MKIICHANT OF VEMOK, II R I I il U1BS AD BIAN as POBTI.V. "I" U Mitlnec. Vi aJ and Bat. at 3. A DANGEROUS MAlb! ! ! Atthe CAhlNOt den Adra.Wc ET-KskMat Bat. COtbhouis. Dec. 28 New Badet Promenadn 7-30-12. MANHATTAH 2S&. tyrT 'thBU Month. TUC TIIHTI F ZyWfiJ? Screaming Bit. Int- IUiall&. a '"g STAR, A GRIP OP STEEL. ft Next Week-A 8FBISO CHICK EN JnU. 60c. "lKVINOrLACK THKATIIK.-3il Ws-rir." Vitrr Ereuluz aud ttaturday Matineo. The flrent Oncceas-IM Vt-l!KN ItOFJi.S'L. COLUMBUS. '&$$&$$. Meat V eek-LOST IS MBEBIA. ' OIFTS THAT LAST. Do not buy pcrialiablo Clirlstmas nlfta ; como hero nnd bco whnt's up In durnbUIUcs. ORIENTAL RUGS SALE Sites. Daglicstans and Belndicstans Averaging 4x6 fL) $10.50 (former frices $12.00 to $18.00.) Kurdestans and Moussouis (Averaging 4x8 ft.) S1 1.50 (former prices $12.00 to $20.00.) Holiday novelties In furniture (wo rondo but a tow of each) aro disappear! op; rapidly, bo eomo whllo tho cboluo Is still good. Factory Triced are always low, wlicn you BUYOPTHE MAKER' Geo. C.FIlint Co. 43. 45 and 47 west 23TST , NEAR BROADWAY. factory: 154 and 156 west I9?smctt. AKOTUEli ATEEK OF SPECIALS AT mm WABEROOMS. coa Finn av. and sixteenth btbeet. Amonir the pianos offered In thla eats araaoma ellzhtly nsrd and aecond-hand W KI1F.B, WIIEELOCK, BThlNWAY. KKAKADFJl, CUIOKEBINO, KBANICli at BACB, DECSKB BBOa, COLBY and others, moat of them pracUcally as eood aa new. Prices and terms, aa usual, will ba the most liberal conslstenVwltb the erade of gooda represented. INSrJCCTIOX INVITED. ' rABTICCLABS BY 3IAIL, WEBER WAREROOMS. EXTKAORDINARY sale op BRADBURY PIANOS and other renowned makes prior to remoral to tha newBBADBUBYBDDLDIXO. Commencing now and extendlne nntll our remoral on Fab. 1, we offer onr entire stock of new snd used pianos at very Bberal reductions from the usual prices. For those who are In search ot exceptional bar tains In plsnos It would be wis to call at once, aa nothing will be reserved In this sale. E. O . SMITH, aur..ua FIFTH AVE., lrxn ST. IVaiEtS & POSD PIANOS BENTED. SOLD ON INSTALLMENTa LABOB AND ELEGANT ASBOBTMENT OF BIOB- OBADF. PIANOS TO RENT. Also barcalns In sUgbtly used planoa, best makers. Stelnwsy, Chlckerlnir, Ac. Bent applied on pnrchaae. LODia J. J03CELYN. 10 FJtST 1CTH BT. BAROAIN8 Upright plsnos. 7Bi Chlekerlng crand, J150; squares, (20 up; eaar payments. CBBIBTMVN. 1 Eaat lath at. BAItOAlNB. New nprlcLt pianos. $12A: Bohmer, Btelnwars: eacriUcca. waTEBBOra. 10S East lath st.. and lla nth ar. ABOE assortment, silently nsed,$80to123; rent, 13: small Installment. OoTricrBros.. is E. lath st. JIASOX A HASIXIX CO. arc cflerinc some unnaual banralna In pianos which nave been rented one season. Thoy are In perfect condition and may bo rented with priTllego of pnr chaae or boucht on installments. tVnreroonis: 3 nnil g West 18th St.. tf. T. "IF.W UPBIOBTS :so $7.00 mo. il BUchtlrnsed 1B0 SAOOmo. Bents law; lanre rariety from which to select. OOnD0N'8.13U Fifth av, bet. 20th and 31st sta. OPEN erenlnss. Beliabla Connor Planoa; hUcb crade; medium prices; easy terms; rentlnar, i changing. aEat2d. POPULAR PEASE PIANOS. Slit West a.ld st.. near 6th ar. Direct from factory to purchaser at prices that defy competition: easy terms. Barzains m sUchtlynasd pianos, IRQ np. Call or aend for catalogue. CQUAItE PIANOS. S20, $40. ISO; S3 monthly until t- paid. New upright pianos, 2D(, monthly; three months' piano lessons free, OOETZ & CO., 01 Court st., Brooklyn. Open erenings. JEollcrjes nnd fffftgols. For Girls & I'onne Women City & Conntry. St. Martha's Industrial School, BltONXVILLE. N. V. ITnde r the charge of the BISTF.BS OF BT. JOSEPH OF XAZABLTB (Episcopal). Induatrialtralningfordtll of cood character to make them good housekeepers. Terms. BlfiO n year. o Tncatlona. Eor Moya H lounc 3Ien City Country. MADISON SCHOOL, 071 MaI'ISON AV Withthe lstof November opens its new department, to wit, the Electrical Laboratory. Course two years: covers practical work and theory thereof. A limited number of outsiders admitted. Sessions In lsbora torr and lectures in the afternoon. Price 150 for balance ot the a;hool year. O. VON TAOBE, Fritt, Easiness Colleges. Can I orCnn'tTTshttU I or Shan't J."Lenrn Shorthand? STENOGRAPHY FreeeIasWedneadara.3:S0P.U. giLiiuunnriii wUl answer thla queaUon. AND TvncufDiTliun Regular School Session TYPEWRITING n a. si. to t p. sr. ,,... COACHESO. AUBystems. TRAININO Club Bates. .SPEKD1NO.- SCII001 NIGHT CLUB CLASS, . " forbeglnnersandadTanced 8 EAST 48D ST. pupils, tz monthly. V. E. PAKIIISH, Instructor.' IdentlAed as teacher of Ilurnr l'honlc Shorthand alncg '7i. CUEOO'B 81IOKTHAND the future stenogTavbr; a-tutl businesa. bookkeeping. Butherford'a School. St. Jams Bnildlna;. Broadwsy and 2Uth. 3IuslcnL IDAO BXSTItUCTIOI. Careful, competent teacher; special attenUon to ueglnutrs; terms reasonable. Aadresa LEN A UBDtX0.310Eaatl2that A T 112 EAST ltTn BT The ONLY A N. Y. CONSERVATORY, 112 East I8tu St. The FAMOCB MUnlC BCBOOL. Now open Schools for Languages. " " INSTITUTE OF LANGUAGES. French, Uerman, Italian, Bnanlsli. C01 StliatT,, soutbrnst corner 40th St. DUB. PACT. BEBCY. BKBMANN SCUULZE. Montclulr Institute! of I'orsilgn Lnncunres, BIS Orange i-oad. New Jersey. Board and day schol ars. At least learn Portuguese and Bpanlab and do buslnesa from North to South Iola. Dnnclug Academies. MISS McCABE'S Dancing School. 21 Eaat 17th at., near B way, Private and clsaa lessons dally; beginners any time. " antfltcai. TXlTIONLDDlTNDLE. OBADDATB UNIYEltBlTY OF THE CITY OF NEW YOBK. MEDICALDEPABTMENT, 85 YEAltB A SPECIAUST IN IIMEUiaWJIKI OIJ3 VO. OBISDLC hi been longer established and ha had mors experience than any other adverUsluj tibrsiclan, city papers prove this. Under his scientific treatment blood and skin diseases, pain In bones, red spots, sor throat and mouth, ulcers, painful aw-lung( kidney and bladder complaint, scalding InrlammaUous, graveL undeteloped orgsus. weak bsuk, lost vitality, ar sjieedtly, permanently curnl. Men about to marry should consult OLD Lilt. GKIN'DLK. Ktery llnueJJ. ment removed Rnfferers. do not waste time visiting less akllfnl pbyslclsns Bemember, OLD DB. GB1N DUSneverfalla. OFFICE OVEB IS lEAKS at 171 West 12tbst , between mh and 7th ava. Advicafrea. Medicine, tl. Boars, it to H. Baudaya. t to 3. OLD DR. OltEY, 43 J ears n specialist In diseases uf men oul), quickest permanent curs guarsnterd In all dlaeasea. BIod poison, skin dis eases, kidney and bladder trouble weakness ner vous debillt) , errors ut youth bad dreuns, undevel oped organs, ttuiediiuents tn irarriatre, fcc Bi wise, lonsultthe only old sp.vlillst In the citr. Offlc uver 35 tears at 120 East 17th at, near Union Square, Hours u to u, bnuilajs, V U 3. Bclentltic treatmrnt snd advlis free. Medicine only .'.0 cents. No charge unless enred. A UB AND Silts. HIMphON, the l.adlne spnisX IstsliiNew lork, siiccesjiully treat all female nompulnts aud Im gularlt'rs, 25 j ears' eipeiirurv, prltaUtsaultarium; trsined nurses, treatment guar anteed; free confidential adilce, 9 to 9. 22 West 27th st , near Broadway. ,A;nAJ-JA,-lTICKK8T 'KltMANKrrr CURL In diseases of men; dangerous case solic ited, relief at tmce, those deslrmg onlt firstlasa acleiitlBetrratmsntshoi Id call. The leading special ist. Dr. Bonsihtir. 127 W.t .'2d at., u to , 7 to 0. Sundays, ill to t A-DircOMtlJH BATABiUal.-K-teutlnr.sktl. ful treatment of nil disrates of women, prlvste rooms every tnuirnlenre aud appliance, consulta tions DAM to V P M Call or write for booklet. 117Westj7Jhst.jrfl J32uth. SB. MB8. TKINHABD. "ill 7lh at., near st J-'trots female Irregularities, single or married; 30 yeara' experitnea. LA DIES I Oiktattr't EiyrSih Ptanymal Pa 'S-Jf'i.'if th . iJasitsei. I Tdu s stv. fits fe, tt, le rtkUrs, " IUtl3 HEAJtm West Fourteenth StreeL I H Value and Assortment 'Ig With Prices ' 1 Absolutely the Lowest j that I Can be named for Goods of Merit including . ' HOLIDAY SPECIALTIES f in GREAT ASSORTMENTS. Fine Jewelry and Silverware Sterling; Silver Handia Nail Files. Button Books. Bhoo Horn. Toothbrushes Ttnlflk Broonm. Velret and BonnetBrnahe. Kail FoUahers. llotoh Boxes, Dr;sslns Combs. Powder Boxes. Cat Glass Talcum Boxes, Blotters, Darners, Cold Cream Boxes, Pearl Letter Openers, Pin Boxes. Cuticle. Cnrilns Irons and Em b'raDU Manicure Scissors .08 ' Sterling Back Hair Brashes 1.08 Btorllns Velvet and Bonnet Brashes 1.30 CatOlassPoTfdorBoxos-aterlintTTop. 2.09 Sterltns Top Cut Glass Petrpera & Baits. .40 Bterltna Bilvar Bsrrr Spoons 103 Bterllns BUrer Teaspoons Jados. 3.40 BUrllncBUver Napkin lUnca .08 Pearl Pens Infanercase 40 Bterllns Opera Chains. 44 Bollod Gold Brooches valuol.OO 40 Quadruple Plated Tea Bets hand engraved taluo 8.00 4.03 Quadruplo Plated Watters, Cato Baskets. Fruit Dishes. Nut BovfU. Fern Dishes, Syrup Pitchers, Cracker Jars and Tobacco Jars 1.08 Fancy Goods Handkerchiefs and Laces Genuine Seal Chatelaine Bans chamois lined Inside pocket oxidized frame, .00 Pare Bilk Bhopplne Bairs satin lined fancr cats tops with stone settings In gilt and oxldizod .08 Genuine Alligator. Seal and Levant Leather Combination Pocket Books sterling rim call lined Trith chamois lined coin pocket l.CO Solid Gold Skeleton Eyeglasses , first quality lenses. 1.08 Beal Benaissance Squares and Obloncs-slzes 10x10 and 12x20 .98 Eern Irish Point Scarfs 20x60 Inch 1.08 Teniae Lace All Overs In Ecru and White special .60 Cotton Torchon and fancy White Laces. 5 Men's Hemstitch Initial Bandk'fs .10 Hen's All Linen Hemstitch Uandk'ts half inch and one Inch hern. .12 Ladles' Bmb'd Handk'fs .12K Ladles' nnlaundered Initial 5 Pearl Bosarles Pe art Heart and Cross . . .24 Children's Paper Covered colored Picture Books 7 Canvas Covered Ledgers ISO pages.... .12,'s Attractive Offerings In Millinery Fine Black Ostrich Plumes 11 Inch also Ostrich Tips (3 In bunch) .08 Fancy Feathers, 'Wings. Birds and Qnlll effect-werec40 .15 French Felt Hats black and colors 40 Children's Fine Velvet Hats black and colors 1.00 Ladles' Handsome Bilk Velvet Hats new flares black and colon 1.03 Children's Felt Hats Velvet Tarn, Crown and Quills; were .08 .77 Winter Bed Coverings and Horse Gothing Blankets The Pair. 10-4 Fine White Wool 1.40 10-4 White All Wool 208 11-4 White-Heavy Weight , 05 11-4 Fine California Wool., UVS 11-4 All Wool White. Scarlet and Nat'l.. 3.08 11-4 extra fine White California 4.08 Fine Australian All Wool Scarlet and Gray. 6.10 12-4 Fine California White Wool. 4.08 12-4 Finest Australian All Wool Scarlet and Gray. 7,40 Finest White All Wool 7.08 11-4 All Wool Plaid 4J)0 Spreads all full size. White Crochet now designs j)5 Extra heavy Balsed Uareoilles 1,08 Full size English Marseilles Z08 Finest French Marseilles 3.03 and 4.08 Comfortables all full size, Plain and ruffled heavy and light ,, .08 Finest French flatten white Lamb's Wool Oiled 308 flllkCovered both sides o.OB White Lamb Skin Robes for Baby Carriages unllned no White Lamb Bkln Baby Carriage Robes quilted sateen lining open pockets handsomely trimmed 4.08 Cambric Covered Bofa Pillows (fllllncaVsolutelypureandodorless)20andup Blankot Lounge Covers-newest combination of oolorlnga , 1,25 Horse Clothing COO Mohair Plush Robes (Manufacturers1 Imperfecta) plain aod fancy 1,40 to 4.08 Fur Lap Robes for Blelghs Gray and Black 3.03 to 10.00 All Wool Plaid Road Blankets 1.08 All Wool Carriage Blankets 2.70 Blue Truck Blankets...,.,,,, 2.10 12 lb. Beat All Wool Fawn , , 7 QuarterBlankets,,, , 1.25., 1.(10 Wool BrcMtAproa,, ,,.., ,,,.,, ,40, Curtains, Portieres, Coverings and Draperies Fine Renaissance Lace Curtains valuo Nineteen dollars 1303 Point do Paris and Irish Point Laco Curtains In latest designs made on best boblnets 0.08 and 1153 Hand wrought Tambour, Irish Tolnt and Autlquo Lace Curtains Over fifty styles 3O8to003 Egyptian Torn Laco Curtains new Combination Weaves pair 3.03 Fine Scotch Laco Curtains oqual In effect to tho real lacoa 3JJ ' and 4 yards long 100 styles 08 to 253 Bnowflake and Bilk Cross strips Lace Curtains 1 to 4 pr. lots O8to403 811k Venetian rortleres were $15 11X8 , t Satin Damask Portieres all colors 16.03 Figured Sheila Portieres Oriental designs pair 80S Reversible Silk Simla Curtalns-pr 753 Fine Brocade Tapestry Portloros 508 Two toned Tapestry heraldic designs.. 449 Tinselled Woven 10 colorings. 388 Derby Tapestry Portloros full width.... 1.08 Bilk Damask Table Covers hand-knot fringe medallion designs Size Six quarter- were 4.50 319 Blzo Eight quarter. wero 7.50 519 BIzo Ten quarter. wero 10.08 783 Special Offering of flno Velour Tablo ' Covers 2 yds sq. 40 styles and col'g's 853 Empire Silk Damasks-value 1.50 yd.... 1.19 " J 811k Furniture Plushes 24 Inches wide nil colors the yard 08 to 153 All Silk Damasks small and large designs the yard 208 Double Faced Flax Velours all colors... 1.19 Oriental and Bagdad striped Tapestries. 48 ' Silk fig'd Tapestries Moorish designs.. 1.25 1 Figured Drapery Bilks..., 30 to .89 Irish Point and Point do Paris Sash Laces 11 to 27 Inch 30to203 Heavy Reversible Tapestry Couch Covers fringed all around value 5.00 249 New Silks for Dress and Evening. Fancy Btripe Taffetas white and light colored grounds 75 Black Satin Duchcsse-speclal value S Black Pcau de Solo. Faille Francalse and Gros Grains 08 All 811k Brocaded Batlns Whlte.Cream and Evening shades.... .39 Fancy Striped and Checked Taffetas light and medium effects 59 Plain and Changeable Taffetas Black and Col'd Warp effects 49 Taffetas In White, Cream and I Evening shades .03 1 Black Brocaded Satins new styles 1 large and medium designs, .89 I Black-and-WhIte and Fancy 1 Colored Striped Taffetas 70 Bilk Dress Velvets... .59... .70... .08... 1 23 32 Inch Black Cloaking Velours 1.23 Dress Goods and Dress Trimmings. 45 Inch French Poplins an extra heavy and fine material In all tho best colors and black 03 48 Inch All Wool Tailor Suitings Blaek and all desirable colors extra special at 29 44 Inch All Wool French Serges full line of colors 30 Lot of Extra quality Broadoloths regularly f 1.25 to 91.50 S3 Great variety of Crepons and other high grade Novelties In Black formerly 1 JO to S2.00-nw.. .08 Bilk and Mohair Panels lot one value 80 cents , 30 lot two alue 1.30 50 White and Black Silk Bowknot Dress Trimmings the yard .69 Separate Bowknots to match 20 ,1, Misses' and Girls' Wear and Corsets Misses' Samples Jackets Storm or Notch Collar Box or Fly front 14tolByrs 208and3.03 f Misses' Covert Jackets double breast Notch Collar-half llned-14 to 18 yra . 4.08 Girls' Heavy Cloth Reefers two toned Diagonal and Checks coat style ortrlm'deape 4 to 14 yeara 208 A Glrls'ReeferJaekets-two-tonedBouele, sfl Covert stnd fancy Cloths strap and braid trlrn-O to 14 yrs 3 03 Girls' Long Coate-Mllltary Capes or trlm'dBallorCollars-ttolOyrs. 4 03 Ladies' Fine Black Sateen CorseU 4 hook-silk floss-heavlly boned .57 Ladies' Extra Size Abdominal Corsots ' "Seconds" of standard msis... 7)1 - t.-.K-'s!f''t'Jfr, - MllsiaassaJjBHB!