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THE SUN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1918.
MANY CHANGES IN OPERA HORSESHOE Sm li ty All Thrrc, but Positions 11sMy Shifted From Former Yenrs. STERN BROTHERS Forty-iecond and Forty-third Streets, Weit of Fifth Avenue . Motor and Carriage Entrance on Forty-third Street A Remarkable Disposal. To-morrow, of Exceptional Price Advantages in Women's Dresses ,-, Women's Fur Coats and Sets MO l!C AN HAS FATHER'S BOX Vincent Astor. 11. C. Frick, the' liilncvx. Mrs. floelct nnd Otliei-fi in Old 1 lures. The art of boxhohlers In the Mctropolt ti i upci.i House for tins coining season u- ii nil' public yesterday. Comparison ,r tr i.evv lift with that of last season rl n! many liitcrcstllifc changes. While . p. ms Mho held boxes last year hi not renewed their subscriptions for 11 . i .ih.uk e.ir. the RioupM In the differ , ' t.is mi thi' opitiltu; night and at i,M!-iu' pu forinahces will he much n.ffin t I J I' Morcaii, who last car shared p.i.ttiri' lii'X No. -7 with .Mrs. VS. It. llnr r.'uin. tiiiiiBe ri. Jlowdoln and Charles .ui.cr. wi.i havu m 3T this year, which 1. d Mtln i' formerly held, llox 21, which i,ii v. ,ib occupied by Mrs. V.. II. i ,.r r, will he occupied this jcar not only I Mis (until but also by several of . Mycins partners. Charles Hteele h m . i khljiiI It fur even Mondays and odd v,. p.. ..!! . II 1'. luvls and William H. T,.i'.i f..r ndil Monday) and even Wed i oil its alternately! Thomas W. haniont f .i i TluirMlay s. t ,i.-i t .etor retains No. T mill Henry' i-. , No. in, while William 1). Sloano a ,1 M s II. M. K. Twmnbly will btin No. s.l.i'it.'y. as In previous seasons. li,,!i I 'a ne Whitney and Payne W It i ,,i. No. SO. as usual. Henry Clews x 1 )! ice .1. Ooiild have subscribed fori . ' ' f ir alternate Jerforniances. Levi 1' Me' ion Is nut on the lUt this sear. Vlrs. (liiclft In Old I'laec. I M 1 'A ten lli.elet will have box No." 1 le this year, though Cornelius r ' . It uoi lipieil It on Krhlays lust i-a" .N '. 11 will be oci upled alternately . ly M e Wilson and Mrs. Coinelltn Van hi i ill In box this year will be con Mis i' l II. (illbert, who last sea- .. i 'ill Ni. J oil odd MoiiiIh8. V. S. , Wl'ifiL 'e nail Mr. I'l.itetici' M. Hyde he. a ai-Mgned to No. D for various I j.c ' " inan. i s M i: H H.irrlinaii will have No. It n i) ii Monday-,, h.wim; been In box .'7 '-' se im n l'lnley J. Shepard, the ui and i.f Htlen (Sould, will have No. . . Thursdays. M-s K. 1.. Inllovv will occupy box 15 ' f hi matinees. Wlllinm H. Thompson 'as fiir.iRe i box 'Jl for odd Wednesdays. MrF John S. ltoKer will be In No. " on t ie i in nini; nltcht and on odd Thursdays, vvlilli Adrliin I-eliii, .Ir., has engaged that ! i ' i mid .Mond.i and even Thurs il.i.ii. ' K it! rs who will sit 111 Hew boxes t' e ,r air: Mis. William I.owe Hice, V Louise Viciitt and Mrs. Stephen l'ell, ' ii iv'l be ill Imx 1 1 The new occupant i' No. Is will be Mis. A Itaiton Hep l i'i. Mrs. .1. J, Wvsniin and Mis. J. A. leruiion. Henry T Shiane has No. 10 fo- even Fridays. Otto H. Kahn has en ticed No. "J fur odd matinees. CeoiRo limit Mason will be In No. Ifi on even Fridays. iewcomer auionir the grand tier Is Mr. John U. Stnnehneld In No. 37, which w occupied on Mondays Inst season by Oeorpe J. Whelan. 1. 1st for the friiami. The entile list fur the seas-on follows: Parterre llvx Holders. I Mr Otrucn (nlet. , S M )r"e Wi'.son ' .,.rnalrlv Mr- Cornelius sndcrbllt. j Alternate!!. Jinorsr Pciliody Wctinorr. even niailnces. ltr i 1' li (illSxrt, iiiienlni! nlchi. ! ii-.in Ursilley, iilit Moiulnys. J !. - s 'i.n he. even Monila nnd Thursdays. (ifii II. mtt Carroll, oilrt Urill.iMlttjis. J. ii inlib.een eilneitays, 1. .iaku-.., ilil I rliUi. I s v n-ierlH-e. rim l rltlnys. il- ) luenic M. Iliic. inutlnees. J w , a i lucent Asinr V Mr- l lla-U-f T Porlluy. 11:- vn", - s (iiirme, inlrl Mondays and (Hid siln-i- v ...urn i iienlaniln. even Utondays. V - us ljii'.uni. WcltIKd. aril Hlralclit. I'rMats. 1!" Ilsmllion 1-Nli, eicn mallnees. II I 1' I lU.llllilul 1! - William II l.reil. l- I'c tirtiUi- Jones, openlnc nldht. M 'at'ir I'ync o-ld Mniidavs M - II lliiriliiian.eteiiMoii.tay.. V 'i 1 Sluirmalirr. isld ednrday, i -' -i 1 aitn an. eM-n TluirMlHys ' " . CiirtL-v .larrei.. r.dil I rlilavs ii l lluiitliieioii. ccn irul.ns, odd rtl.IV 'in In! ' Mid J, Price ll.,rnesN. mill WednctsUs's. '. Vb Muru . ewn Thursdays, '''i' it. Pyne, cen inatlneet, 11 M - l-i-l'ti, ' H i.ari. openlni nlirht, even Mondays, " I Pratt, Wcilw tiUl J. 1 I' line, oibl Irlilajs. i r-ilmn i uttlnE. eten Friday. M- 1 ti.rle II. fentT, matinees. " I- Vl ',, Alternately. V I'er.r, Clay I rick. :iCui-i sitele, cen Momiays, odd Wrdnes- lis H 1 'aMsnn lodd Mondays and eVcn w . II l oner, i wen., a ernaieiy. i. i. H II M 13 I . M j s 1 il :i m II Vt in sin. odd Thin sila vs. .s V I . 1 1 unt . een Thursdays. II foster, l-rlilays. ' iimnirs. eeu H alluces, -ct 1. 1 nty ill' llnyt, Wcdnesdaya. i Pin Hon, Thursdays, i .1 IV ruliid, Fridays. iiauu Pi.ror,s Alternately. t s ii paid, Thursilais. it .s P'.tulen. .inli i '". 'laid (lAmbrlll. ti- ,,rt llai tipv. in- r,-i. 1, I'rati. Wednesdays. 11 .iru minit, csld mutinees, . I l.urtlow, even mallnees. ii lr anilrrtillt tit .1 1 ir ii. Tn.iiiipsoii. oild Wednesdays. ' 1 ir.- s 1 Simpson, even Wednesdays. ' i. M bowers, isld 1 rldays. i i n t in vn nil, even i nua. it lioyt. slii.i s Itoyt. I ,i mil rrlitsvs. ' I M ririoi ' i .1 iil.lUr.l ' 'i.n h Itok-crs, P'.icnlnj night, odd 'iip lsiin, Jr . mid Mondays, evTn lliurs- J !1 lie I i M A II M M i I , I' : M l.idlir. even Mondays. !..ir. rili.i sil'i) s l- 'Uriek I't-arsiin, Fridays. i- '-iinonl '..MJi-na'" 1 Wednesday.. M. i Fi llarrlmau, odd Fridays, part mail- v i. '-an.lirblll. vi . i "i,,1! Mnndays, odd Thursdays. i" ii r rldays, ' " ' -ill. i ' Wednesdays, even Thursdays, , 'ii-n i lull! uiailnees. , ' s 1 j.imint.cu ri matinees i i -ne -tuck, Wednesdays, Fridays, odd 1 in Monday. Thuisdays, even mat- ' . i"7,r,M 'Aliemately. ' lb rjr Warren. ,, lliiwt-n, even M'indays " llarlliv .IrnkTut, Wednesday s. ' H'lke, iiflit ' liuri-ilayi. ., ' lmi! Hive, odd Fridays. 1 s o'l. even 1'ildnys. . " ' ii I VII i vi n nmllnies. ' ii - lleee, even slondays, even '. .r i.ibli. nild Weduewlays. ' 'ii IrliUy. " ','- i-iilil, mill matinees. ' U hrlrc 11 Vii'aniii'i- n. I Ii Ailuins. odd Wedni-vlaya. ii. i- fun WidneK'lay. lilt k, ild Thursday, 'on lli-plium, even Tliursdays. ' visum, i ven Fridays. ' truuMin, mill mallnees. ''r w a- Hllll mi- eiru Fridays, 1 i iili llll. Hir IllAL lllllll. ' , evi ii Monday s. 'i wi hi o.i iiiallnit-s. I'1 le. even mallnees. ' . 'in iiol-'l. v-ii in , 1 rtrrni, i Mondays. ( I iri-in-fl t ary, I " i'llford, Uriineadsr. Representing the smartest Autumn and Winter models, developed in the newest fabrics and faultlessly made in every detail. The collection comprises , a large number suitable for all occasions Gowns for Afternoon, Evening, Street and Restaurant Wear. At the following prices which are about one-half the actual values: $17.50, 22.75, 27.50, 35.00 Also the Entire Stock of High Cost Afternoon and Evening Gowns comprising the latest Paris original models and elaborate American adaptations, developed in the richest materials of the season; Gowns especially desirable for Opera, Horse Show, Receptions and other Evening and Afternoon functions, .-All Marked Very Much Below Prevailing Prices The collection offers a most extensive selection of Fur Coats, Coatees, Neckpieces, Muffs, Sets and Trimmings, embodying all the fashionable furs, including every novelty shown this season in original foreign models and exact reproductions. For To-morrow, the following Unusual Values: Women's Fur Coats in all the smart lengths and models, with self and combination collars. Caracul or French Seal, J49.50 to 175.00 Persian Lamb, from $175.00 " 225.00 Bisam Seal, from '79.50 to 295.00 Scotch Moleskin, " 118.00 " 375.00 Neckpieces pt '22.50 Russian Fitch, " 21.50 Alaska Sable, " 16.50 Black Fox, Muffs at 32.75 " 34.50 " 24.50 Neckpieces Muffs at '32.50 Black Lynx, at '42.50 ' 16.50 Civet Cat, " 28.50 " 22.50 Scotch Moleskin, " 29.00 For Monday, on the Second Floor, a timely sale of Household & Decorative Linens Comprising extensive assortments of Satin Damask Table Cloths and Napkins, in circular and square designs, confined exclusively to Stern Brothers; Lace Trimmed and Embroidered Decorative Linens. Very Interesting Prices for To-morrow: 'Satin Damask Tabic Cloths, at '1.75, 2.25, 2.90, 3.25 Nftpkim. Doz. 1.75, 3.00, 3.75 Damask Table Cloths, round scalloped, 2.50, 2.95, 4.75 Tea and Luncheon Cloths, hemstitched, 90c, 1.50, 2.00 Tea and Luncheon Napkins, " Doz. 1.95, 3.75, 4.75 Dinner Napkins, extra large size, ready hemmed, Doz. 3.50 Heavy Double Damask Table Linen. Usually $1.50 Yd. 95c French Hand-Made Cluny Lace Trimmed Linen Centerpieces, at '2.25, 3.25, Continuation Sale, To-morrow, of Genuine Dresser and Buffet Scarfs, Tea and Luncheon Cloths, Luncheon Sets (13 pieces) at 2.z:, J.za, i.iiy at 4.75, 5.50, 8.75 at 5.75, 9.50, 13.50 at 7.25, 9.50, 13.50 Wardrobe Trunks and other styles made by Innovation Ingenuities Incorporated. As the quantity is limited as to styles and sizes, no orders by mail, telephone or telegraph can be filled- "Innovation" Wardrobe Trunks, Standard Price. $25.00 45.00 65.00 75.00 Stern Brothers' Price. $17.50 29.75 39.50 55.00 All Manger Styles Standard Price, $30.00 50.00 75.00 Stern Brothers' Price. $20.00 35.00 45.00 All Drawer Style Standard Price. $35.00 55.00 75.00 Stern Brothers' Price. $25.00 45.00 55.00 "Innovation" Hat Trunks, at '18.50 to 50.00 Regularly sold at $22.00 to 60.00 "Innovation" Shoe and Hat Trunks, 35.00 to 45.00 Regularly sold at $40.00 to 55.00 The Upholstery Departments On the Fourth Floor Offer for Monday and Tuesday, large importations of French Lace Curtains At Extraordinary Reductions from usual prices. Marie Antoinette Curtains, Pair '4.50, 6.50, 7.75 Values $6.75 to 11.50 Pair Lacet Arabe Curtains, Pair '4.00, 5.75, 7.50 Values $5.75 to 12.50 Pair French Lace Panels and Stores, 94.75, 7.00, 9.75 Values $7.50 to 16.50 Filet Lace Panels and Stores, Values $26.50 to 55.00. '19.50, 22.50, 29.50, 37.00 Also a limited quantity of French Jute Velour Portieres of the first quality, in reversible color., including blue and rose, green and rose, green and red, (An Havana and blue. Value $32.50 Pair. at '22.00 Kscrlnn Wlnlhrop. even Krlitaj Mrs. Itrnry II. Hyde. twliI matinees. t William Hum IToctcir Mrs. Willi mi Jit. V iliiRin.in. ("1.1 Kriilas. JivoruP Oram Maon. rvi-n TrliUji :i Mrs V. II Oitllntt. Monrtayi. ami inallnrcs. J. II Srhllt. Wrdnrs lays. F i; l-rwls. oiid IhurcUy. li. (i Ilavvii, Jr rvfii Thurs las J Woo.lunnt llnvrn. and I'rlil3. 30 Harry l'avno Whitney I'ftvne vh Uiey. 33 Luther Kimiiuc. Mrs ItrnDriikr Jones even innnas. W. 1). Kountc. "ilit Wcilnrvlays Mr. A. (iurrion Doiiflis. mtil frldavs. liu.rte II li,t. Jr.. tteu Jr'rliUyi. and odd mallne a. Janus 11. II sircln. Charles M MacNelll. Thurs las. John 1) Itvan. I'rluais. 37 Mrs. Jol.n II. Mstirhneld. 3J Mr. K M. ollllnrtrr. odd Mondays. ' Tmmlore iu,eltk'rr Wendell J. v rlitht even Mondays. II iron vv llntiliison 41 Mis Julia Chester Well-. Memos . 4 i: L. llreese .Vorrle. Monda. i.l (ieoree II Muni. Mondays HcBlnalil llarclay, W eilnesdays. 17 (ioirire J. Jarkon Kinndv (ieorce Mc.NIrr Mah'"t 11 S Work. Wednesday. James II Dlrkwin, Mondavi.. I rnlerlc II. llumphre. Wednesdays. C I) Tows. Saturday matinees. M W. Dlaon Kills, even Mondays. (lage K. larbeii, ouu Monua. BOSTON ORCHESTRA IN MATINEE CONCERT Dr. Willy Meyer. vveitniMajs. F A. ( orrin, Snli.n nlav mallnees. at Ijlmund I., tuyilrs. iionuav. Mrs. Kduard ltatiUilli. Wcslnesda. .Nicholas M Pond, I rldas, ja Nohle MeConnell, Mondays. 3H llwliht A. Jones. Momiays. 40 llobert C. dowry, Mondays. 41 Julian II Meyrr ,... iionrtavs ci.arlrs I., slcard oU" ",vn""' tluherl T I'arnons, even Monday. F.. II. hinathers. Wednesdays. 44 Mrs. A C. Washington, Monday. 4a Peter PoeUer, MondaB. 45 otullo (latllOsarra. U luU F. Pol le. odd Mondays. F. W, Woolnorth, even Mondays. Mrs. Jefferson Coddlnslon Wednesday. Mrs. I.. rt.Tyn- eancsay. J llornblouer de Witt. Fridays. 42 Imar I). Fleteher, Mondavi. Charle I'. Hone, Wodliesla. Mrs. Frank M. I .union, odd Wednesday. James Cay ley, Irldas. .1.0 Hlma. M I rr.nk iray irlviold. Mondays. Mrs. Alherl llarnes Hoardman, Wednesday. (Icorirc M l.mters, Thursday. Stiill llus lliililrr. U Mrs. C!eorr Sott (iraham. Monday. Miss Mary Cainphell. Weilnrwlay. A. II. I-eaeh. Salunlay matinees. C Frank Scott Cerrlsh. Mondays. Mrs lilmer Jerome Post !0,.rt wrteilav Dr. W W lillllllan (odd wednead. Alexander von (Inntard, even Wednesday. i:mll Wljj... Fridays. Miss M. Xstoue. Saturday mallnees. II Mrs. Francis N liaiits, Mondays. Fredrrlck .1 iJinrasler, Wednesdays, Frederick T. Fleltmnn. Fridays. Mrs Victor M.TjIer Saturday matinee, i; C. II. IlllMin, Mondays. S. S Hoscntamm. W'cslnesdays. llenjamln 1). Uletcl I ,..,,,..s John II. De Witt rlda. John C. Ilrecklnrldirc, Satunlay matinees. F Tllrs. von Jurh W ellman 1 ,,.,,.. Mr John H. Morron jMondayi. Frank II. Ford. Wedi.esdavs. Mrs. Victor O Flschrr, Fridays. i!?.: M'lSrn" V.VtoM (I V. S. I'llniaii 1 ,, . Ilenrv Zuckerman pionnas. S. Z. Mitchell 1 C. M. Maavrell lTi,uri.-. K.n. Ilrecl (Thiirsda.,. r. A. Ilryan I Abraham li. Mever. i ridajs. Miss Marlon Olllender Iine Miss Kdllh Van Zand! Iine If Jonathan llull'lrv, Mnnda)s, Kenneth Van Fllper, Thunulas, Huron Alfred von der Hopp naroness Alfrnl von iter Hopp narones v era von ner nopii i Mrs, Holier! IVnon Davis. Saturday matinee. J Mrs. (Jeorim C. Clausen. Mondays (in.lav Vlnlschirer. Thursclays. .1 llurllnp Ijivvrenee. Frldas, i',h'n"..ABr,,dTen 1 SnV ".llnre.. V John W Ilrrlrt. Mondavs. Alheri PI'Ml. UVIiirHlava. Mrs. Ansel Onpenhelni. rrldays. W Jaeoli Ij-nrcinih, Mondays. ! (' Dilln. Wclnrsilavs, Mrs lilln P. nr'. Sstunlay mallnees. McDowell Club, Thursdays. .1 Satunlay J Matinees. V Friday. ZIEGLER WILL FIGHT KEPT UP. Nlalrr if Mrlr tu MIIO.OIMI.OIMI Ai. lit'iiU 1'riiiii Mirriil'' llnlliiir. I'lorriifn l.uillao llriiliill, nlHltr (if W'IIIIiiiii ZltKlor, Jr.. Ilbil mi nppfal yes, leril.iy from tin. ilvcUInu of HurroKute l'iwlor donyhiK I i iippllnilliiii to rovukn Hip urik'r iiiinullliK lir iiilniitluii by the "Hit" Wlllliini b'Klor, wlin vva licr liitlifTM bull brntlii'r. .Mlsn tlritll.lt unit lirf biullier vvoro iiilnptiil liy their iinrlc ul tlm k.iiiii' time, but MlaK llriiliilt'H iiiliiiitmii iih vnr.iti'il 111 l!Ml. Hli" rinb'iiils tli.it tlio ,l n 1 1 tl I -Unlit W.IK mil li'K.il, iillil If It I' aot .isl.lc li tliu lilldiur ruiiitH vim Will lio. I'litltleU to half tlm (so.ouu.ouu Zkglfr eatat. Gla.oiinov's Fifth Symphony the Princiiml Number. S.METANA MOVES SWIFTLY C'psnr Franck'8 "Lcs Eoliilcs" Still Not I'nderstood by Public. Thp first matinee concert of tlio Iloston Symphony OrvheMr.i at Carnesle trail )fsterly brought with It u repetition of a more than twloo told tale, namfly, that of all M-ata sold and all utandliiK room cowrxd. The mualc waa exclusively In atrumfntal, a fact wtilch cave much com fort to the glncerent lovers of orchestral concerts. The Hat consisted of Glazounov's fifth symphony, n flat major, opus B5 , Smotana's "Hartered Hrldo" overture, Cesar Franck's symphonic poem, FJolldes," and Dvorak's "Husltska" over ture. Glazounovs symphony has flgured Infre quently In the programmes of New York concerts. It was bnmKht here from Ilos ton by the orchtstra heard yesterday and played on Decmtier 8, 1906, Dr. Muck comliictliiK. Evidently the dlnvtor Is fond of the composition or he would not have placed It attain before a New York audi ence eo early In the aeAnon. It Is not a creation In tho true sense of that word. Admirers of Hueslan compositions, and particularly of GlHsounov, are unceaslnu In tholr honorable efforts tu convince an Idle world that this Is Important music, but It piema hardly likely that It will over (tain general acceptance as of the tlrnt rank. Ilrealla Wagner and Others. To ears habituated to the gifts of local opera houses, tho first movement seems to be created chiefly of reminiscenced of WeKlier, Meyerbeer and llumperdlnck. The second, which Is tho most firmly con structed, Is a pretty and encaging soheno, graceful, piquant and certainly the corn- noser's own. Tho slow movement la melan. choly and superficial. The finale follows tho lushlon. set by Techaikovvnky, of stundlnK upon the safe ground of national Ism. The themes are Hiisslan and the Keneral development suggests the wild energy of the excited Russian peasant In u klmmvod. wh ch n this case ought per haps for the sako of ttuth to be called a khorovoumi. Naturally the composition was per formed In such a manner a to bring out all that was In It. However, without ques- tlim. a more brilliant opportunity ror ur. Muck's association of virtuosi wut af forded by the Hiiietana overture, which was nlayed at a marvellous tempo and yet was as clear, fluent and technically ex cellent as If It had been tukon at two thirds tho speed. TliU performance was mi orchestral tmir de force, but after ull the overture sounds better when played just a little more slowl. . .Not Yrl I'Milvretootl. "I,os lIolldiR" was written on a poem of l.econtn Dellsle and produced by l.a inoiirciix at the I'orte SI, Martin In H7. Vincent D'lndv, lite dlslliigtilHlied I'rench fumiM'ser, In his adiiilrahle biography of l'iiini'k, iiipIis thai "It tviis not In tho lisst uiidclslunil by the iiIjI!o " Without doubt tlio sun iindltloii oxlstcil yosluiduy, The composition waa permitted to pass with out vigorous comment at the hands of It hearers. I'osslbly at some millennial time in the golden years to come all music will clarify Itself, obscurity will be rolled tigetner as a ncroll and the universal choir of music lover" will be he.nd chant ing the wolds of Jlmniifttfife, "Alios wlrd mlr nun f I el." In that day there will tie no one to say that Cesar Kr.mek' soul dwelt In a region not accessible to com mon mortals. He will be as easy to comprehend as Franko. YOUNG EDISON ESCAPES FINE. A NEW MUSIC SOCIETY. Chnmber Composition In I'nuaaul Styles tn Be Presented. A cre.it rie.il Is In n nnmo when it is the Longy New York Moikrn Chamber Music Society. Tile llrst concm oi tlia organisation confidently bearing all this appellation took place last evening in,' Aeolian Hall. The founder and director of the society Is tleogres l.ongy, the ad- titrable first oboist of the Boston Mm- ' tihonv Orchestra, and his aids belong also i to that assembly. They are .1. Xheoiloio- ...I,, ,1 A Itnli. vlo lis . K Klssiailll. viola; J. Keller, cello; A. tie Voto. piano. A. Hrooke, tlute; (i. tlrlsnes. clarinet, K. Haiti, horn, and I'. Kadony, basoon. In addition to theso there were special performers last evening, to wit, Carolyn Heebe, pianist: Marie Hulidellus, soprano, and Alfred Holy. harp. Tho purpose of Mr. Longy's new organisation Is to in troduce to this public chamber music compositions calling for more varied com binations than the works offered by string quartets or even by such bodies as our own much cherished Harrere Kneemble. The programme began with l'aul Juon's octet, opus 27, for violin, viola, cello, oboe, clarinet, bassoon and horn and piano. Miss llcebe was the pianist In this number, which was pleasing chiefly through Its effective alternations ami combinations of the Instruments. The other numbers were a ballade by De bussy, Aubert's "l.e Keve du Tetlt Chaperon Houge," Henry Woollen's "Des Harpea dans le Solr," sung by Mrs SiinilrlliH nnd Itnv.l's I il t and allegro for harp solo with string quartet, flute and clarintt. Mr. Longy Is himself an artist of the first rank and possesses fine taste. His associates are all thoroughly capable, am as the music to be offered by tho new society Is entirely out of the beaten track success should attend the venture. He 1'lrails (Jullty tn Mpeedlnu, but senlelur la suspended. Mo.s n I.aiii. .I.Nov i I lfteeii-)e,ir-old I lieiiilore l.dlson, son of Thomas A. l.ilisun of We.t orange, got a suspended enleiiie to-day In the Montolulr police court when he pleaded guilty to a violation of the local ordinate eoveniliig the h'cd of automobile lUaorder Yost, before whom young l.dlson was arraigned, sti iwnded senteni e. The policeman, Hugh Seery, who arrested Kiilson on October 't, wanted to prefer u charge of driving a ear without a license, but Iteconler "lost found that the boy was accompanied by a elinufleiir, and mid that the latter was to blame for letting young Ddisoii drive the car WILLS AND APPRAISALS. CiiAUtKs M. Van Nkst. Surrogate Cohnlati denied yesterday an application for .1 reappraisal of the estate of Charles M. Van Nest, who died In Indiana, leaving ten shares of American Kxpress stock as his only propi-rty in New York. The Mock was appraised at $2uu a share, and an order taxing the estate at that rate was signed, but the estate recently asked for u reduction. Tiikopork H Allgrh, who died on July jo at !M Tilntty avenue, The Hronx, left all his household etfects and his In terest In a (Jcrniun dyeing establishment to his housekeeper, Johanne Marie Cathe rine Allers, "in recognition of long and faithful service." He left the residue tn John U. Carsten-Allers, a nephew Him on Cihikn, who dkd l-Vbruat y 17 last, left Sl.'i.SJl to his nitce, Unse lillics p'.e. and his sister, Sarah Steriihelm. Moses Ouant I'aniki.i.h, who dUd In Hostmi. left 14(1.31:, of which nil but JJ.SOO went to his widow, Mary F lianlclls. .Ionia 4 loses Here To-nlalit. John riilllp Sousa is to play to-night at the Hlpindionie. The organization Is t i close Its twenty-second tour with this con cert and will follow the metropolitan en gagi merit with a supplementary tour ot ten days in the South. RUSSIAN COSTUME BALL. Benefit of l.enox Hill Settlement at the Hlts-Carlton IJec, IN. A Russian costume ball arr.inge.l by Mrs. Oliver Isclln, Mm. deorge Draper, Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., and other women of society will le held in tlio J ballroom of the Hlti-Carlton on the night of December IS or the benefit of tfeo l.nv lllll HMlMiiient nt M.v.iilv. second street and Avenue A. The date' is the eve of the Ciar of Russia's birth-1 day and there will be several Interesting features In keeping with the occasion. There will be a cabaret entertainment arranged by Mrs. R, W, Hawkesworth, at which some of the principal numbe's will be natlvo Russian dances and there also wU be exhibitions of the modern dances In costume. Two orchestras under the di rection of Armand Vescey, leader ef the Rlts-Carlton orchestra, will play for ten cral dancing. Applications fpr tickets at S.i'cach and boxes at $50 may be made to Mrs. George Draper at 1G3 tSaH Hlxty-third street Railed After Fatal Auto Arddaat. Nuwaiik, N, J Nov. 8, Dr. Walter rtfiisel of New York, whose automobile tan down and Hilled an unidentified Italian i hete last nit lit nnd who wits rhurgid with tm, lldtulielltnt he tt.illi.A .,i,tulii llr.ikv., ' to-day fuinlshtd 11,000 ball pending th I action of to Grajal Jury, STERN BROTHERS West 42nd and 43rd Streets, West of Fifth Avenue Motor and Carriage Entrance on Forty-third Street Commencing Monday, an Extraordinary Clearance Sale of Oriental Rugs. Carpets and Hall Runners in which will be offered a very large collection taken from the regular stock, at prices Greatly Below the Cost of Importation Kirmanshah and Sarouk Rugs in Room Sizes, at 5165.00, 188.00, 248.00 and 295.00 Regularly sold for $328.00. 358.00. 425.00 and 575.00 sizes 3o by 5 ft. and 4l,.'by 7 ft., at $25.00, 58.00 Regularly sold at $39.75 to 125.00 Persian Mahals, Feraghans and Serebends; also a number of Beloochistan Rugs in Room Sizes, at $58.00, 68.00, 95.00 and 138.00 Regularly sold for $125.00, 148.00, 175.00 and 268.00 Persian Serapie, Ghorovans and Bidjars in Room Sizes, at H00.00, 148.00, 195.00 and 228.00 Regularly sold for $195.00, 268.00, 325.00 and 465.00 Small and Medium Size Oriental Rugs and Hall Runners, at $5.00, 7.85, 9.75, 15.00, 19.75, 29.50 Regularly sold for $9.75 to 65.00 23 mm Z TS-T0H& " JTTV s "A.,