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THE SUN. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1911. tfM. .-1" "ft ft . .'. f "t ' fM?':. 1 Vt -'-. u .it r!" LMFT'C HflADMPN" RPUMfl. run i. tt orrn t t r Mr, i norm. 1 1 in. Hi uiiTlle l!t Mranl In tin IHIi Unit rmlltnMt Thiuuli Vl Ilrllllanl I'crfii' ill atico ;i'rn I nilrr ilti' Itlrri'llon of Unreel 4 liniMrr . . M.'iicipolitnn Opera llout hml ever ..ii 'm"i Hint hcaxon tli" opera hail hi i ti porfornicil at tli" Hro.:d.iy . i "i I Horvt.lmt it hud Ill-en i;ivi'ii at tin1 M ttaii Mr. llaiMiiiiMsti'in trii'it .. "mI riprofuntntipi of the -wayward ! . !. Tim Intiwt vat Mimv Mazaritt. .'. who also wallowed in the iimie,il " if "Klektrn" anil lived to nun; HEARD IN HOTEL CORRIDORS j i ii ism's iii in a ruxi; .1 i n ; : roiovu Jisr von. J That ( oiinf r Mtrnrllns CKCtlilf Hal, j it mat I'iiIM Him Hunt Tim- llntiir. I rmili'" ! I no r.tiKlMi ltulliltK ; i.mt H'hi i'uli'ii IitI. ; r-liii M l.i.ins..t" "r Wiwlniicioi' il C . pn'-idi'iu ..I' III" l''ilimi "Mil l'li" iip.iiUe f-.';i ml"" ' 1 mtwiy. wliuli m 'ddini: u lot I" d"M'i"P I""'' Vi t'"iii 'and Hi" Mh-jI.viI VhmiUn "f Hi" I'olom.i' i Im-Iiiw WhhIiii'iuIhii. . ivi d lit llu'Wald.. f 'yi'-l" day mid muiniliirril llint a if.ulv. Il-li-i folk. il,"ii i .vm i,,,.i - s . fa ui in.i.1,.1 C.vdrntm it conoci-tirit, datii'"s ' 'asiTna Loin; InI.wI liai bent li.'ouclit i V " 1 "'. 1 1 1 " ".vmplitmv wa followed 1-nit Immiik (.roiicerlo It v.u plaM'd iiy I i ia i.. r.,,.- ,.., .. n?,, id th s oomit 'V wat witlmnt mlcipiiMf trwa-po tatioii fu"llitii'M," wild Mr l.lvinnUm ''. ''' "Now at anv point on tli" river r. ma t a'i lioa-d a Hte.vtne.' and jo in m' dli'ertiori lie wimIi.'i. t d in llie hint yea' ve have Hliec led ill KfllHltf 111 otlll lilte-i fo freight from any wli.-.'f on the l'otom.i" to any pl.i -e in tlie eotintry . , "Northern people are liet'innmi; to make , la-iie lne-tntentH in land along the river luili!; The Iiuro investment teeently 'made liy ! I'. MorRiui and hit non-m-law. Mi Saiterlee, in land on the Ma'y j lu.d r.nle tv' to hhow- the trend Th"ti i.lohn It IW l'abor of New York hai u 1 IiIk (I.iioo arte estate on the Virginia hide i-tand for the neiftilllln VelllP pronOULnd 'Dim eointio! tloli weio all hpntd for 111" (ilit tlliin hoi" t.i-t nmhi. and llul (,f Mi IIh.oiii now had hi llml pnltlie lirnrinK The hvih phou or Hp. evi'iimK -a (leiniim It una Menil'olm' fouith bympimnv. .ailed the "Ituhan " u pel toi niatee I'V lh" oteliehliii wim one of b.'miU lew (,f Silliyiiyllii h I'oMlpriHltlitllf, rif" .""ii heatd iii New ,U romon ledU Itlu ir...!... r . "t'nrmen" wni reM-.ted to the hearing- u oviliiie, ,;,,,,nre ..f the Metropohlim Opera IIoiim , ( hlo.otle," whleh wan lirillianl Is- n iiiht UikiiikIi the aeni v of Andre.m i forth liv Mi- .ahl"r ion) liis orehe.iia mh eompniiy of hiiik.-h from l lil- I'J? "'j U iU on.-in and inline theatre on lelmurv li. ItiiW. pie ,, Chlo.a " Chloca K a lihinK the Impersonator of ihe romimtio town near Naple. and .in hi- iiiumc Smi- u.iii that hii;lil nnromaiitie hIiikit K'1,"'''! '"'I'I'ilv d"pli't lh" Ni apoliian . tliv (It ii.i- iiiem ier of t hat fa. ' " "'. ii'.i-iiiik" anil Ml were Heroine" di I'iim plill" n Hiceardo Martin iv Ihm Jiff ' - in Not - a- Knrnmtllo. , ..I I it!t lOilii.mwjtil Mllli nil ll.ii . ,,r ihe i ,isM..i,te iirei-K aLent thai ! ''''''''''vo wr.iinu m whuh are inter , j.! ! l,r"",,l"" ' hper-ed many nt.K drawn .. it and mean-wa-L-.in :t..l ea real -hocker , inm ,,.,M-p.M N' i,,,.,, r unity l.oih i r.,iv ha I lived amotiK the ixvp-ties piriict end orehe-tr.i v-ere illii'Me t eon--ii" knew that Cii'iidi wni no lidv ' ''''i'. and the le.till wiw not alwm one he e-ond aC hho let her hair fall "' onlotii- Mr fon-olo had in I l.e threw n t..M.I.,ui j.. . ,.,,. ample recoilri e at Inmd for meeting the ml .1 , inrew a I iitnl i.lli in li-to- im,iy .ir, K ,.llm.nl d,m,.. ,es w ith He her-uxin the tired .ilne , which the three movement abound, mid 'i.. had H 'l"' to see a mil-leal i . m- Id etyle. If Hoiuewhat vluotou. vn ,, .... -adlv mid went aerof- thestte.'l ! alwry elleetlve and permeated with real leafly the vei wort Ctirnirn I ",1l',a'al teelini iMi-ooi Kenoii aim r-'oeciivp uaiure I felt III 1 1 li- "l'eueu.e." and II eleRiae eolonnc tlml iuterptetation in a pietuio on ttie title pni;.' of the eoie wiueli Ihe I'omposer ha thu explained'. A mother fit hi the cradle of her child and in the back ground u mnn follow a eollin The man miu; to hi dead mother the Kitne I I'V Mnt'luci :.rueio I iin-.il,.. Hi,. iimI ioi nhiiii.i I A a w luiie tlie work i one of much troiu; i litginlfTtd m i i rno i If-.L ' FM 111 Wl sear Hal o Ccnturu I; which h i ctiKiW I hi bcinitifwnt: l.t.ta ..r .il.l fn.Mw i.nil iilfoilittlonu a.'e el'i'ilA t'F! , '"! ,':.'n.ri1 rfrn"!.. V'1 '"'"'K lKlit t lo prlPfs l.v N tthem clilKt I lie miiik had followed him, , . , , , , , , . , ,.,. tlnoiiRh a lifennie nien. who take an old house mid rebuild , The programme eame to a close with j it. tuck up a lot of real old furniture here Ho!' suite The "lnierme;i Coldo- i and there and wtll down !!hl!VmNi0f Fl.U"llUm 'T'1' S,m"; "e exchailK" pasenKerH and freight of their title are the cal ard, or morrv , ., ... . . , .i . datire ihe musette. Mii'geslive of the f(,r H 'ltlmoro at two point on the ir linle bagpipe iii-elf and the melodv it glma ide At ColotiUI lleach. seventy played and the Jocular burlesiiue Iheylniile from H.iltlmore, I fair main e.x a nlo at Mr tlainmeintein' ir- . eni homo of art that lat night h . - . wa made known to thi town lb- innw i Marguerite Sylva. and it on September I. Kn'i, in that groat -.ihi of educational opera which . ...1 in tli ttviliolit tiT tl t Miiiitiiittmi .. ... i,., .li... I.,..., I i,.... i.,.,,....,..,.ti.., i., uue deiiicted bv iiim in his iilav. an ace 1 Ix'i'lV 1 tl aiahonce of approving listener, , iit, fir:' of thi comie taj;e j Hear i lucf vnlu further lie In tlwir' 1 name and i.iu-ii'al form. The intennpy.o hud it birth In th" fourteenth nentniy, . , wh'n a piece of niis-ic. choral or other i and di-'inct in character, wa introduced twe.-n ih' v-ene of th grei't snec- New Spring Suits, Dresses & Waists Woolen Suits, $28.50 -of l,i,lit Weijjht l;ancy (. Wtiisteds, .Mannish .Scr(o, Slu-pliorcl (Ihucks. Blue and White tripes. White, Black and Navv Serge. Smart tnan-tailorcd short dual ancf plain tailored Skirl. All sizes. Linen Suits, $15.00, 18.50, 25.00 and up Of Irish I inen, Crash, Kussian, Austrian and 1 ussor Linen. Full line of sies, and a number of smart styles in White, Natural and Colors. Wool Back Satin Suits, $50.00, 75.00, 1 00.00, .is well as a number of styles of high class Novelties in Woolen Fabrics. Linen Dresses, $18.50- Of uncrushablc Linen in White and Colors. This .style is very popular. It buttons down ftont and is finished with hand-embroidered scallops, and Irish Lace Sailor Collar and CulTs. All sies. Lingerie Waists, $2.50, 3.75, 5.00 and 7.50 With plain small tucks, lace trimmed and embroidery, in Lingerie, oile and Marquisette, White and Colored. James McCutcheon & Co., 5th Ave. & 34th St.. wJSSH. I, n i m-I- ,v'"!li."i' !10""r "f lall (!oli1","i iili.mi?e point and there we hope to have. ilaum,; a. ."'tesu: !!::: ! a y .,., a,r..,.y b w.i her Hicct. in t'd role which .i to her tibeip:itnt e'lga.einent for i!im craihiate c)a of opera and later b r M- Pitipel- iineiluc.'iMotiitl eioti in i I i i.". ii city whi 'h ha Intelv hown ti. r it il'ies not re iuirt i lie lucattl ,. ..ii w ., good t h inn. 'i-- Sj IvaV ('iin.'fi ha no fi i:un . lie for tirt ahl Irom the pre-n ag"tit li" duo not throw nnylhing -(ept in' '. way of trndlt'oiial buine SI e ' - not introi'ure any -trang" readu-i'. , '"'pretations, c.ir.(titlou, el'icida'.io'i r i oniui"ntarie She dom not I'midi, p.uigle. embroider or feteon th" i ii with original dctangementu of tie .tnpii'i'ion o' llizet She perform' no 'its ,.f p.-ycholofioal virtuosity Her eidlagi neither fuliginous nor fulvous In fliort . he bring no revelation. Hut .me the h"-c thi ia pleaxing Carmrn for !i person who-e theorie of the part do ! t te.uti them to expect vagarie in it i personation. Mis Sylva has a good rid bv ( ongre. lle're h the old home of llicliard Henry l.ee of Devo lution try fame and three mile away j i Wr.kclleld. the birllipl.-we of tieorge WnhttiKton " 1 v.H.s of ri.ws i.v ri.vi:ns. i tcala- plr.. t rforni.'d at carnival mid t'tV-r Testiviti". Out of thl pra.'tic" d veloped th opera luiffa or Italian comic ot.r.i 'I hi is the Jiistorieal ituprc, no doilbi. winch 15oi wi.-lc to make with In "liiteruiei'i" in tlf inoilern mii-ic of )e- c uintry n for till lime nr.iio or tiii: n rriti: ri.iv. llnwnril leutt Know tin Man Hlin'il He nil Ideal Hero for One. Howard MeXutt told the mmter of tho Thoatro Club of N'ew York who met yesterday afternoon at the Hotel Astor 1 that th" great trouble with tho drama of to-day i that our playwright are try- , ing to idealise tho real, wheteas they should he aiming at the realization of the itiral voice. She fing the mtisiu a it 1 1.1,, ,i - written, in tune, with well dolln.-d ! "No. ,t isn't l.v anv mean the same hviliin. goixi phrasing and expressive thing" he ,! a hesaw-a i.uled expre. ..i.ide. Her Carmen i not a caption , Hit over the i'oiiiii..n..tiees r s...-..r,.i ir.i'., but a plain woman of the people. ot mulitor. "Your draniatist con-, A m ho speaks iMippiMl witn a troublesome tempera- cern themelve now with nettv struircle accent modilied by When Mi K Ityan of San IV.ui',i"o, a rivt'd Irom l.urop" la. Witlnesday she brouzht with her two line lug Knglish ' luilldogs It wa Miss Hyan's epecta- ! t'.ou to -ret away for the Coast efter only ' a short stay, but the dogs prevented her ' f.-oiti leaving until yc-teidav morning 'Ihe dog have won prize and are cit'ii!ered valuable, but tli- ir owrer' feglected to get their pedigree when she bought them, and the iroductiou of tlii doing essential under til" regul itioi p. the ciis'om inspector took charge of ; the dog. Had Mi Hyan I ecu abl- thu to identity her pot and to have deilaied that she had brought them over here' for btcedir.g purpose, the chare are I that sh" could h i" taken them away t i from the pier oon after her arrival. It took some telegraphing to Washington and cot'iderahle delay, and the r.i'ie irv ( H'rmisioti for the dog to land wa nut obtained until Monday, when the dog j , were released by the payment of Sr.' duty, i ' i an opium eater's dream. And he i . musical. Sometime it is detter to be 1 than great. Ml.-o Zepilli a Micnrta showed a de. with an Krglih 1 Teutonic ll.ivor , She is a comprehensible doing. ' nnd limited emotions.. The future apotlc j has decti citismg some anxiety in a few! or the drama will aim to depict tho ele- hotel during the last week. About seven ' mental, tho universal. Truo patriotism, j days ago h" regi;ircd at a hotel rear for instance, is not lovo for one country I i'ifth avenue, giving hi address as Itoton, 1 or oeoole. but love for all the world mi. I with 1. nil. ill in t'.n cut h'rs alt. r it. l".l itnprovetneiit m vocal technic and , for humanity. The hero ol the ideal ! After h" had lu.d ev..ral c hecks c ished l" Her r.iri-lnn experience have , robeni play will be n man who w ill have ! for small nnioiim tl iiiiagem. nt got . ' tietlted lier. Charles Dalmote a j to confront 'not only one problem or on-! a httl" worried and wrote to f) l,,,t.-l m Jon' improved a tho performanee .t f obstacles but a comlunnti. n of all Huston to whe h the trav -ller had r. f.Tred -it forward, and there was iilmndant tll0 prohlcms with which humaiiitv i them. Ihe iu!v wa not altogether wrestling, lie must combine in his own itisfaotory. le.uinug that the visitor personality the power and the willingness . had stopiH-d" fr itieiitly at a hob I i e.ir to triumph over them all " ' Central l'ark the m.iti'igt meat telephorocl , "Oh, ye, it is cpiite possible in con- up there and wa told bv tie r...m clerk i reive Mich a man." declared Mr McS'utt that th. man was all righ' i j in answer to an un-pokcti question. "In ' Th" traveller left the first hot I W, i'.i . - 1 ".'Ct n '? I10! IHZ f.,"' ,,7n,,l,ll,K'!J"' '-da v night . his b iggage rem.tii u:g Mimd. at all, for 1 kno.v such a man. I have y . , . . , . . seen mm and la licet witn mm. Me is ' .""""." ,..........,..... itn for him to do so. Hi first act con .lined some unique rhythm and remark-I- phrasing, but in the flower song he Wt more like himself. Hi lnt not has tr,iv been good. Mr Dufranno had the cutomary want f success a Etcamillo. HI voice ftoo i ".ivy for tho role, and it i n pretty heavy "leanyuow. jir. niinercieau maun inucn . ... ... ,. ..,,. ii lK ,.lin, i ,,.iM ,l... 1 the small role of Zuniga. Tho quintet 8,-rib" as Hie realization of the ideal man a th" second net werit well. Marcel Yet ther is nothing abiiormal about him -' harher conducted tho perfonnance, and .nothing itiperlmmau. lb. i perfectly ,.rhp waB re-ponMblo for tho general "'"I't. ""!!!!"" : .,,,iVe,i E I perplexitie nnd temptations to which the rest of it are subjected. Ho has waut of ineislvenesH in it. rm: vi.oxx.u.ky ijvmitet. I'rrrnrmance of a Delightful Old Nonata for Two Mollii. The Klonzaley Quartet gave its flnnl ubscriptlon concert nt Mendelssohn Hall last night. The programme eon f .-ted of Beethoven's quartet in F major, opus 1", No. 1; Jean Marie leclair's ponata fir two violins, opus 12. and Dvorak's (iiartet in F major, opu? 0". Thin last number is one of the compn-itions w ritten I y the distinguished Holiemian while hi1 was living in this countrv nnd was laboring under tho delusion that he was ".iking musio with an American flavor ior this reason no comment f-hall be I varied with the person who T.vi on the- musio or its performance Many persons are unduly excited by the r r mention of Dvorak's American rations. LeMair's sonata for two violins should ".rf.,rn have the chief consideration, f r there is nothing specially to do said s' now about the familiar Beethoven '. .Hrtct .eclair, it may de rwalled, 'is , of tho greatest masiers of the 1 n eer produced dy J'rance, and while fi h ' f his musio now sotindH iirimitiv" irret c)fMl retains its chirm, 'he grace .! I ' iwn itv of his Style seem to lie inex i n.s'i bin, whil his manner of using ( iM.. steps so llbTiilly enriches th" so- i'v nt iii composition itiat.i performed last evening had Hi" it of enabling Messrs llelti and 'i i,. the two vl"lilllM of the quartet, 'i -I in'. the ch.'i' ins r,f their chnste I ' i.'gc nt style to gieai advantage Miposition i delightful, bccaii" iii.isteily skill with whu'h its maker .f.d interwove the parts .r tlie two ' uments. giving to each its individual .in ... yet binding the twt togdlui' " ni' -t' nrtistl" hoiiiogenin Such - ii'Tords unnlloved id'hcht bv i Huston lli.it Ii" would not be buck uii'il Sunday II" did not turn up that day ! Instead he wt l.t to ai' ither hotel. Monday the clerk at lh hotel no ir Central l'ark telephoned to the hotel which had ' bi en making inquiries lh.it he wa sorry, but h" v afraid he had let tin. latter in. becius tint cliy the truvller after get ling a clerk i tilled up there had oidei'ed two nnlroad tickets, with . drawing room s.-ats to ho pn cured lor liltn, and when the porter had come duck with them ihe vi-it r hud grabbed thci. g..ne until. dnti'ly to th l.i.u.d I "i.ir.il Stat mil and redietned thclii. Moon .iftrr this the traveller api" tied at i lm hob ' '"hull bad hi baggage, p.ud up all Ills l.ilU and went to another hop I, where s .ni" of linn' who Uttow th" eueir. stances are now on ihe anxious s,it "I have been I using earn ,.f r, eliei a lor a grea' mativ ve.irs," said a hot' I manager yesteidiiy. "and I flt'dtbnt win!" ih" Xtnerr'tin lniln".d umi'llv IopUf afi r hi pnrtv do- th" t egist.'i mg and g-ts th" looms. wh"ii i'.ii English family iirrivr 1 1 is usually th" . a. i hit the w ife dors aM I hi wor'i she .ilwnvs t"g.ster and does tho bargaining for th" rooms, while th" liiikb.uni stand li.i l wth th" maid nnd th" luggage " I h"te i' one Hung tl-e l-'ngiish woman who travel with a until iitiallv do" wh rh von rnnn it induce nn merienn .woman to do s'i" writi the nam" of loeu't Iteiill) Know ii)lliluc bnnt It, ther maid on 'hr irgiMei. piiituig nftei lint simie la .he Hope To. ' n lh" w.,-il iin:d' in p l'onth'ws N'eg f.t i ii ... ,i, r ! '"ct of th tn i ican woman to do tin Miss l.thel Hairymore wa the guest of , , , (,rif..M in ,0uV(.rv honor at a re. eptloii given bv the rwelfth f , tier dr. .v to th"ir maids nn'd Night Cliid yesterday afternoon at the 1 makes a lot of extra work and v orrv for Berkeley Lyceum j our l"rks " She could not d" induced to make a , , . , , , . , , , hao pist co ne ti n prooruting n Hlieeeh. 'lit said ill replv to a series ,,f i ' ' ' ,? .... ... . . I waiter who wac tr tig to pra-tise ho (Inn ......, ,. I,, li, ir Ml' ill,.,, h 4,i fir inn. ,(.e n. ...- others that sh hadn't a hit of anlago risen above them. "Would you write n play about him on the order of the Servant in the Him"' then?" asked a woman who had been listening attentively. "Not exactly." replied Mr. McNutt "This man i different from the chief character in that play. He is digger, broader, more powerful. Play such n? I have in mind have already deen written in Amine, hut we have no translation of them " The Theatregoers applauded this speech enthusiastically. Mr. H. (' De Mille, to whom had deen assigned the topic of the "fleet .,f t, problem piny upon the audit tire, said that there wiit. at least one effect to each rhair in th liouse.and each one of those at there She added that sfin c mldti't t"ll it half in ten minute. Wlns,int llhodressky. after explaining thflt he was not a Hnsian but a Pole, pl.ived Haus"r's "Hungarian Hhap'ody " lr Belle De Iiiern presided I'liarlrt rruliiunn Nail for London to lie I'tinc I mil Jul), Ch.irle K'rohtnan sails for Iondon this morning on the steamship Mauritania. He will not return to New York until .July Mr I'rohmiiii goe abroad mainly for the purpose of making some special production nt hi three Loudon theatre, the Duke of York's, the Comedy and the (ilobe. There he will produce during the 'ea-on phys by Pinero. Barrio, Sutro, ; ( hainher and W'. Some rset. Maugham. liie moit coniplcuoii. novelty in Mr.' l'rohman's coming Kuropean venture., will be tlie nppe.-irnnqo of t lire. American men stars, Mipported dy a numder of American nctress,, in one of his Loudon theatre during the coronation season. 'Ihe only one of thee ta s whine name Mr. Krohman is at present ready to reveal l that of William (lillette. On the eve I of hi departure Charles Frohninn signed n new ten year lease for th Kmpiro Theatre "Baby Mute." Margaret Mayo's farce, winch i- now approaching it "Villi per formance in New York at the Nazimova. j will hive it original Luidon production at Sir Ih trios W'yndham's Criterion! Theatre to-night with a .cast including Weedon (irossmitli a .imiiit. In lloey' a '.' ii. Donald Calth rp a .1 rtf anil Miss W'nld.'r.tvea. .ugir. 'Ill" Washington's Itirthdiy matinee of i "Madam Butterfly" at tho Majestic 'I heat ro ' will mark the metroKilit:in diMiut with the Adorn I'nglih (!rand Opera Cotnpanv of Myrtle 1 iiornburgh. who will alteinat"' in the ml" role v.nh .Mine Dora d" I'lnl-lipl-' owing to the length "f th" programme of ho te-tiiiii iual for stage children at the Mefos,lit in ()M.r.i Hon-" next Monday itfi.'.-noon the curt nn will ii." at li ;iu. A new fe.it. iVe i to lie Weber and Fields, who will di their famrvi billiard table--.ketch Oilier new ohiiiter are lw. rime D'Oi-'ay. I.iwretire Wheat. Ch.irle. I Ho, J.mie l-irkaye, Ada Dwver. W illiam Collier and W Hart Tor la ,ada. th" Spanish dancer, hua Is en engaged by the Winter (tarilen l oiniiany ior the nitertaliiuien:' with v:h" li the ic w big playhouse nt the corner , of it'oadwa. and Fiftieth street Is to ; le opeii'-d t i tl," public some nilit In the i wio!i of March '. Torta ada ci5tnet- to the W'inte Harden dnect from a tour of th" world 'I hough sh" 1ms visited, till, rouu'ry before she is not so wi Q known here r.s in l-.tnop". 'loitaiarial w'll appear at Ih" Winter (la-den m New orl; with h i own troop ot twenty-four Voon-h dancing girts. Oiear 'liad'n i ha hi-en encaged as mi.-ira! director or he Winter Harden Vr liHcllu i a Prus- 1 slati nrtsicuin and orchctrnl conductor who has been in this country for several years. Fmma Janvier has been engaged bv the Shuherts for a lending comedv rAle in the company to appear with "Fritzi Soiled" in "The Hose Shop " i.tun:nm ir.i.vr.s , Alttuan llei'ue, He Sa, Kettlcr anil Went llncli nn 1 1 lm . The preliminnry diflieultie which Heorge W Leclerer, the theatrical mana ger, met with in getting "Mndatne Sherry" under way are set forth in a -dill of com plaint tiled by Leclerer yesterdnv niter noon in the L'uited States Circuit Coutt in nn action to recover SlOO.noo from Julius Hosier nnd Julius Utman of Chicago for breneh of contract The complaint state that in the lat ter pnrt of Jim" or early in July, ipm. Leclerer entered into an ngieeuient with le.slor nnd Altman whereby the de fendants ngteed to linatice joinllv tlie theatrical enterprise l.ina Almrlwnell. whont that time wa under cout tart with Henry W Km age. was to take the lead ing part, as she has since done. 1 ede: r wa o have full charge of the ptoduction All the inonev wa to lie supplied jointly by Kessler and Atltnan From the pro ceed realized, after payment of the necessary extjense. I,derer wa to re ceive a half and Kessler and Altman, in e.pial shares, the other half Leclerer secured tne services of Mi Adardanell from Mr Savage, hut after the arrangement, had deen made, the complaint states, Fossler and Altman refu"d to rarr. out their part of the agieeine'it Tin refusal .. impelled I .mi rier to s"ok financial m.l eewhei" lb, wa uniicce-ful m thu micst until March I. loin, when M II Woods and Hnrrv II l iazee agreed to hnance the enterprise, hut with the understanding that each was to receive a thitd ol th" profits "Madame Slierrv" was finally launehul in Mav. itilu. and lu-s deen running since, l.eclerrr s,:vs that he was ol hged, owing to the defendant' breach of agreement, to aci ept onlv a third of the piotlts. whe:i he should hive had a half '1 hi Irs to him lie estui'ii'es at Slno.ooo ll (;ii('rnc ' Drliat, Miss Charlotte Huenisey, a soprano singer." pupil of Julius Hey and I.otn- imrill. wno maclo tier debut ui llni and sang Snntiuii in "Cnvallerin Husticann." unci nppeared a whole s-'ason thre a a prima donna, and also sang at Milan, ! iuiikcs tier cienui in ino l mtecl Statrs nt t o'clock this nf'ernoou at a musical., to he given nt file residence of r Maiconi Hooclrldge, Wl West Svettlv-sith street .vi ii iififi Monr.o si rrn r,r. I i i nistl" feeling ni regaid to the suffrage movement, but that she didn't know very much about it "You see, I have deen so aw fully dllhy." sh" explained, "that I haven't had tune to study Ihe question, which is a pretty I. ii. fine It seem to mo It would h atid fratik-search aftei lie.iutv 1,,'fully silly for m to commit myself either line way or in" inner mini i ii.hi very riiretiillv exatnined all tho evidence Some day when I have more leisure I waul to look up all the statistics about women in industry and examine other phases of the condition and illllljenro of women l nave u goon ueai oi sym inheiice in Mendelssohn II. ill was t food size and it applause ,( The Flonzaley I'uartet owes Its '" to th" liberality ot 1". .1 d ' "f this city, bill il seem as if it .' .' attained adult independence ci it jo maturity i in mm. ii mioir losi i.iir. . . .... , ... ..... .. i .i (IlieillO'ls in nils ll'n.'i. shim him mill III k;T ol a big uptown hotel yesterclH" "We had a banquet lien th" other night for which we had to hire inn waiters from out side We paid them SI' .Vi for about nn hour' woik and considered thai that was plenty. I "Hut nftoj dinner one of ihee waiters b 'g'lti to pass a plate, telling diner that he wa about to inak a tup lo Furopc. ( II" had collected live or six dollars wh' li i on" "f our h"iiil waiters discovered him. I grabbed him and Ihr. atoned to have him thrown down stairs if he did not get out Ih" other Wallets Inter had our head waller at rested In 111" rutin loom the pathy for Ih" Lnglish suffragettes, for tho Magistrate dismissed tin ra" wi'li a rrp- n Intcre.tliiK Programme of lute llep ri'iintlng ltnl. ' " Philharmonic Sorioty gae its ''nth Tuesday evening roueerl at ' "i"gi" Hall Inst night. This was the -' ad in a i-yclo which is oflering live ii ii programmes, The composition ' Mod were mostly Italian. Mr. Mahler 1 i 1 I n these with wise diserimiiialioti i- to present, some of the best that " ni Italy has to show from its rank I se-miis composers, The Italian names f tirh rompoMra oa tho programme " Leone .linlgajjlla, Oluseppo Mar 1 1 Ferrucio Duaoal, Rnrloo Bossl, 1 their works respectively were nn " Hire "Le HartlffoCliio7.z.otte," opus Tj; ' rte concerto in II flat minor, id MV Hnrceusn lgiaqlie," "Inter "'zl Ooldonianl" for string orchestra, i 1.7 This order on the list may also women over llier are illsrrliulnnteil against in many ways I don't think that we Auieri' iui wouien have uiiilIi to com plain of. however " At this point a woman in the group around the actress volunteered the in formation that in many States in the I'nlon father were the sole guardians of children, the mother having no legal contiol of tlicni "Those laws should lm changed right awny," sntf Miss Harrvinoie "I don't Ix'lieyetliat it w ill need the vottM of women to do it, either " 'Hie lii'iii'KC'r-lliircIiuril Cnnerrl. Allele Kiilger, sopiano, mid Adolphe Borcliard, pianist, wer hnnnt in a ron ocil given yesterday afternoon In Men delhsohii Hall Mr Borohard ilayrcl a prelude, rhoralo nnd fugue by 'Cesar Franck, several nuinders by Chopin, some Lizt nnd other musio, Miss Knlger snng songs by Schumann, Strauss, Chamlnude, Debussy and othern. The audience waa very kind. rimand lo the begging waiter 'If I ever h" vou doing siirli a thing lit a baucpiet wliete I am. said the Magistrate, 1 will give you a summon out of mv own pocket ' "People who altend banquets in Now Yotk ought to remember that the waiters who attend them are well paid 'or their services and il is not I es.u v nt such function where one is an invited guest to shell out something for the waiter ' c i.wnti TIOY llu.lnr, I'lillpEr. Ilotkkrrplatj, S!iorlhnnd.Tpr wrilinn, Prnnianshlp, (nil itrnire and Acadrmic lirpartntdils. Ilav and Kmii.ui Settlor. Calor wntc lor Cntulctiie. i2JdStlBoxAv-. EXECUTOR'S UNRESTRICTED SALE MOTE : The Extraordinary Collection of Old Silver will he aold this (Washington's Birth day) afternoon and to-morrow (Thursday, beginning at 2:30 o'clock. The Robert Hoe Collection Every Afternoon This Week iTo-day (Washington's Birthday) included) at 2:30 P. M and continuing until March 3rd, At the American Art Galleries Madison Square. South THE RARE AND BEAUTIFUL ART OBJECTS Silver, Limoges .Knamclp. Cnbinfit Ciem., Bronze', Arms and Armor, Tapes! rin?, Antinun anil Modern Ait ist in Furniture, Hugs rind Mifrellr.neoiis Objects, And Every Evening This Week at 8:15 (To-day (Washington's Birthday) included) The Graphic Arts & Original Drawings. SPECIAL NOTICE A large quantity of desirable Antique and Modern Artistic Furniture, Royal Triclinium , Carpet and other fine Old Oriental Rugs, and other Textiles, Embroideries, Clocks and other objects not before exhibited on account of lack of space are now arranged for inspection, These objects, together with those heretofore shown and yet to be sold, WILL nt ON FREE VIEW from ft A. M. until noon dally TH ialf will b rnadocted br Mr. THOMAS E. KIRIIT, at Ul AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, Managers, t 1!m tad S llo l. Uadlaon Squat So. Storm Brofhers Jewelry Departments Large assortments of Lavallicrcs, Bracelets, Scarf Pins, Chains, Sterling Silver Bags and Vanity Cases. 75c to Also for To-morrow Sterling Silver Brooches, Horseshoes and Lavallicrcs, t Values $1.25 to 12.00 Velvet Collars. , - with Sterling Silver Bars and Ornaments, 5 to Values $5.50 to 32.00 Sterling Silver Purses, with enamelled frames, Values $17.50 to 19.50, Values $1.25 to 3.00, Value $2.65 Pair, at Value $11.00 Pair, at Belt Pins, Gold Filled, fancy and jewelled, Cuff Pins,' 14 Kt. Gold, in fancy patterns, Diamond Cuff Links, 14 Kt. Gold, Beaded Bags, Handmade, in Spanish Antique designs, Value $24.50, at Women's 14 Karat Gold Watches, 7 Jewelled Waltham movement, Value $15.50, at Men's 14 Kt. Gold Watches, 7 Jewelled Waltham movement, Value $19.50, at 6.50 18.00 14.25 at 85' 1.95 7.50 17.25 12.75 16.50 - i A Very Special Offering of Women's Negligees and House Gowns 7.25 of Albatross, New Model Empire effect, batiste collar and cuffs, trimmed with Valenciennes lace, at Actual Value $9.75 of French Challie, Persian Bordered - Q. Patterns and new designs. Value $10.75. at .o5 of China Silk, trimmed with Cluny and Valenciennes lace, at CZ5t V.9 Actual Value $10.50 and 13.75 of Messaline Silk, accordion pleated skirt, Q trimmed with Valenciennes lace and ribbon, at 10.5U Actual Value $24.50 of Crepe de Chine, trimmed with n ribbon and Gluny lace, Actual Value $29.50. at IS.S An important Sale To-morrow of i Women's Blouses including the following of Marqui'ettc or Batiste, plain tucked or hand embroi- dercd, trimmed with Valenciennes and Cluny insertions, 9jb5i) of Voile tr Batiste, many hand embroidered or trimmed . with Irish lace insertions, others outlined in Bulgarian effects, 0.45 of White Net, tailored effect, with French jabot, piped with colored net. in rcsc, blue, heliotrope anc? black, White Cluny and Antique l.ncc Blouses, interlined with China Silk, trimmed with Valenciennes and Irish Insertions, finished with cclcreffects in coral or blue, at D) SKCOND FLOOR. NEW BUILDING Seasonable Dress Goods At Qreatly Reduced Prices A large collection of Novelty Wool Crepe and French Voile, in the newest Spring .shades, at Value SI. 10 and 1.50 Yard 78' To-morrow, will be placed on sale in their Lace Departments An Exceptional Purchase of Silk Run, Alcncon. Malinc. Net Top and Alencon threaded with Gold Laces and Bandings, - to 15 inches wide.. at Jgc, 2Sc, 32c, 45c, 58c Yd. Regular Vaulcs 38c to $1.50 Yard Valenciennes, Mechlin and Imitation Duchcsse Laces and Insertions. ... to 5 inches wide, 60c, 72c, 84c, 5c to 3.00 Dbz. Yd. Regular Value 98c to $5.25 Dozen Yards Metal and Colored Novelty Bandings, 2 to 5 inches wide. at 45c to 3.50 Yird Regular Value 85c to $6.75 Yard West 23d and 226 Streets Sl,Ri IIV AHTIO HM.VM HV AUCTION. I Fifth Avenue Auction Rooms, Inc., ;i:i:-:t1 1 I'ourth i.. Sniithr.-i-t Cor. 25tli St. IIKNHY A. HA HTM AN. AHTIONKKH. TO-DAY AT 2:30 P. M. mill i oiitiiiuiiii; TImioiIiiv, Kriilay mill Sntunliiy nt pami liour Unrestricted Public Sale OP THE FURNISHINGS AND ART OBJECTS O!' HHK A NO KXCKPTIONAI. WORTH. HI'MOVKl) VHOM TH!- STl'DK) AI'AHTMKNT OF "Francois" ! (MR. FRANCKLYN W. HOWES) Cnnipi Knuinn 1,01' IS XIV.. XVI., Kmpiro, Italimi Iti'iminsani-'P, SKtrcMtli Century, Wmniih, Hrppli'wliiti' nnd other Period Furniture Anelent nnd Min'ern Oil I'ainlhu:), rare Chinese Pureeing, Choii-o HroneM, Superb 1'k'inii.h TnpeHtriei. Hirh DraperieH, Indian Mnrhlo Henclieti, Vnse., Fountains. Column, Htisli, Ctwllv Oriental Carpels and Hiikh, Knrly Knulinh Silver, Shuffleld Plato, Mantel and Hrni ket Clocks. Kl'HOPF.AN CKHA.MICS. A ST KIN WAY OH AN I) PIANO. Stained Cilafc. Windows and many other oloetH of interest, con xiRtinK of aiiliqueH of exceptional merit and vnlne, sclocted by Mr. Howes with uront cam during a period of ninny years of travel and refcnn, l. UNTIL HOl'R OF SALE. f