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THE SUN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1818. if t TELAMON CUYLER . SUES WIFE'S MOTHER !jys Slio Induced Her Daughter o Lcavn Him and Oct Divorce. MUSIC FOR YOUNG PEOPLE. ATTACHMENT FOH $500,000 Plaintiff Once Said He Was Pro piiriiifr liist of Now York's Social Klect. A' ritt.ii hinoiit for $500,000 against the trop'rt.v of Mra. Isabella T. Barton, a nealthy widow now living lit Alftme1a, fat. was granted jestcrday by Supreme. t'ourt .luftlro Senlury In n milt brought l,v Ttliiinon Cruicer Hntlth Cuylerrlawyer, .niton broker and social mentor, on the around that Mrs. Harton hail alienated affection of IiIh wife. Mrs. (Iraca Krton. who Is the dcfenilaiit'H dniiRhter, iJI Indued her to leave him secretly In March. 191", and to divorce him sulme- ouentlv In California. The attachment u.is cruiited on the ground that Mrs. Bar Ion l a non-resident. It will bo nut In the hands of the Sheriff to-morrow, when an effort will be made to find property of the defendant In New York. Culer, who wan practising law In At lanta. ln at the time he married Grace Marlon In New York In 1900, went before the CeoigU Ijeglslnture shortly before his. inarrl.iKe and had his name chanced from i'ulor Smith to Smith Cuyler. lie Is now tikntlllid with the Purls hotisu of J. P. Morgan &. Co., and la the son uf the late Henry Hunt Smith, one of the best known mtton factors of tho South. "rninhmi) Concert Pairs Kiluca- tlnnal and Tuneful Alra. The Symphony ConcorU tor Young l'oo ple under the direction of Walter Dam rosch opened their sixteenth season yes terday afternoon at Carnelo Hall. The programme prepared for tho entertainment again followed the aim of these concerts In pairing educational opportunity In tnualc with pleasure and began a study of the modern orchestra and Its Instru ments us bearlns upon last seanon's course when the song, dance anil e.v millions weio considered. The Instruments explained ami Illus trated were the oboe, Kngllsli hoin, clar inet, viola and violin, Mr. Damioscli made the explanatory remarks and thu following playeis, In the order of th named Instruments, did tlio IIIUNlratltiK: llruno l.abatc, Ccsuie Addlinandn, liustav I.aligenus, Hans Welssmann and Kath leen Parlow. The composition selected by the distinguished violinist In disclosing the vast ponets of her little Instiumeut was the eecond violin concerto of Max Hruch In I) minor. A trio of Itcethovcn for oboe, clarinet and IJiigllsli horn was excellently per formed and received prolonged applause. "The Procession of the Pllgrlmo," from Herlloz's "Harold" symphony, afforded op portunity for Illustrating the viola, while the opening number, "Tho Spinning Wheel of Oniphale." by Salnt-Saens. provided through an excellent performance by tho orchestra a line display of the separate Instrument In combination. The final orchestra number In the list was llneseo's first ''Humanlan Rhapsody." Mr. D.uniosch In hli remarks combined In a mnt Interesting manner the usual abundance of knowledge and wit at his command, In outlining his plan of work for the coming season he said that the development of the orclustra as a whole and In part would be followed from Uh simplest form of lnstrunieiil.il combina tions, the llrt having posslbt been at a time when two or more shepherd pln.vod together upon their pipes of reed, down to those of our time, which cm produce, audi unlimited variety of coitus and tre mendous tona.1 effects. SCHOOL ART LEAGUE LUNCHEON. Traces Ancestry ta 1BBO. He traces his ancestry back to a Cuy ler ho came hero with De pevster'a reg;l uifiit In ICiO. He announced a few years jro that he was prepurlng a new list of tlie social elect In New York, which would ,-K'lude the name of Mrs. Hetty tlreen, snd would be headed by Mr. and Mrs. U'orneiltis Vundeiblll. In his complaint t uIr, who calls Mnuelf simply Telamou Cuyler, a.iys he Married ilrace ll.irton on November 14, 1P0C, with tho approval of his wife's mother, the defendant, and that at the time of the marriage both women were persons of large Independent means, t'uyl'r says be was conducting u modest lut Kluuing law ptacticc at the time. Tin plaintiff ullegis that at all times 1-e lit il the greatest love and affection for Lis w.fe and that she letumed his loc ijtll the alleged alienation by the de '. nflant They have, two children, ilrace, II vears old, and John, 5. lie says , h's vslte lived with him In Atlantic for Uwo si.irs, and that he was mettlng with success, but that his mother-in-law In iMiced him to sacrifice his professional areer and lemovc with his wife to New Vork. Cu'lil savs that from the time of his marriage until March. 191 2. when lis vvfo deserted him. his mother lived with I). in xnci'llona Alienated, Me a. to tu.v niairitiRe.' say and enue de Mil- "Suhstuuent to m uvlr 'the ilelendant conceled . alUiiab th uffections of m wife and roeuie tin dissolution of the marriage. id bv throat!, promises and acts tend to huin.l ate me before my wife and fale suitemints concerning my ac- o". wholly rubbed me of the affection f ni. wtfr hi that she left mo secretly d took my children to the home of her lothfr at Alameda, Cab. where she has tl' e I Chilled." Cujlcr got some publicity two years agn hn he was running the cotton tirm of 'I II Smith & Co. He left New Yolk . v Atlanta with l3l,nort worth of bond hi possession, and disappeared from the tram In North Caiollna. He w:v .Ming four days and when found he w.i a Hate of collapse. He saitl he thought fit t-ni ti was going to stop tind got IT . if ul a teb gram to his mother, Hj tl anil struck on his bead, and knew r.t!i!nc cb inly until be found hlnuHf Rapid t.ronlh of Society In TOO Members In Three Year. The School Art League, an Institution which has for Its aim the furthering of the art training of the pupils of the city schools, had Its annual meeting luncheon yesterday at the Paik Av Hotel. The speakcts weie Itoheit XV. forest, incident of the .Metropolitan scum of Art. A. Augustus Ib-aly, presi dent Brooklyn Institute .Museum; John O. Agar, president National Arts Club, and I'taiik XX'. Crow nlnshleld of the On fur j .If ujnifiir. Hclnrleli Mejn sang and .Miss Molly Ilest recited The chief activities uf the league at present are Its lectuies on Satunlay mornings for public school pupils In both the Metropolitan anil llronklvn museums. both of which ale largely intended, it 'scholarship civet, to eight city school Kluduutos for industrial art study and Its medals for craftsmanship, which aie given to 400 workcts Jn the workshops of the public schools each year. .Jr. Carnegie gae the money for the medals this scar, Itobett XX'. de Korea t having gheii It last ear. Mr. de Koret in ills atldtess spoke of the rapid Rrowth of the league, which three years ago was a meie cnmmlttoi. but now had about seven hundred mem bers. The Junior league had Inci eased to 1,600 members. Ha cave hi assurance that the officers of the Museum of Art felt the work of the league to lie one of plan their most Important aids a one of the surest means of building up the public good taste of the future. a- days later bathing his head over a strum. TEA DANCE FOR CHARITIES. Br Held at morrow MacDoticll Club To- Afternoon. X tta dance and sale will bo held at MacLiowell Club, l"! West Klfty tit'i -iteet. to-morrow afternoon from U . itil 7 o'clock for the benefit of the New x ik filing committee of the State Char i e Aid Association. M.SH Ituth, Uiaper will give some of r monologues at 3 o'clock and later there I be erral fancy dances by amatiurs su iet There will be general dancing ft a d lea will be served by Mrs. Henry Ilnani Mih Joan XVhitrlrige, Miss i l a i 'Idle, Mis. Duncan (1. Harris, Mins 1 It-. -I S.iwscr and other. Interesttd In a tiiurlty. A feature of tho sale will j 'ov table for children, for whom d.n.ssion will be charged. Tickets f r t.ie 'I'tertaminent and dance are Jl. .-o'ne of the patroiiisses are Mines. I aii . r Huntington, lCdward It. Hewitt, 1 ,i w of Hall liutler, Shepard A. Morgan, iui M Podge, William Church Os 'i, Paul Tuckernian, Frank Sullivan 'h Krcdeiick Kdey and Kugene A. i ibln ETCHING PROCESSES SHOWN. Interesting; Kxhllilllon of Mrthodx at the Public l.llirnr;. For the next few month. the piiiit gal lerv In the New York Public 1.1 bra r w'll be occupleil by an exhibition llluslr.r ng the making of an itching hit.-iet in th. subject I appareiitl gi-ow.ng and the matter Is here presented m m graphic a manner as to heighten the interest The visitor -e the entire piocess. be ginning with copper plates bare, grounded and smoked through production by mean of etching needle, burin, roulette, aquatint and other aids, the aold bath, the work of the printer to the tlnlh.il print. Ill en some pictures of print lovers and pilnt shops are shown and a selection of etch ings by the master of the art. Wherever poslble the actual objects are shown, plates, tools, proofs, counter in oof, early and late Impres-lou from the same plate, print. illustrating changes piade on thu pi He, prints on various kinds. of paper and on satin. Processes are Illustrated plctorlally. Huhot Is shown smoking a plate, Iteni brandt appears etching, Neureiither shows the Imp of the acid attacking the artists' handiwork and WhiMter la seen at the press. The exhibition will toinaln open till the end of next March. LE LYCEUM'S COMPETITION. WEATHER FORECAST Washington Predictions for To day and To-morrow. IkMRDtfffH boHirrM jAoiir A Bountiful Thanksgiving Thanksgiving day was first observed by the Israelites after they made their escape from Egypt and reached the promised land which "Flowed with milk and honey." In this country the day was made an established custom by the pioneers of American liberty. One of those pioneers was Roger Williams, founder of Rhode Island, who also built a church and a brewery in Providence in the seventeenth century. This month 90,000,000 Americans will celebrate the day by feasting, drinking and giving thanks for the fruits of a land which has become the greatest and richest of all nations upon the earth. That is something to be thankful for, indeed. Nearly ten million of these good Americans live within a short radius of the Jacob Kuppert Brewery, where stands the finest Brewhouse in the world. There will be found the beer that satisfies most of these people the year round, and from there will flow the beer that will satisfy these same people on Thanksgiving, November 27th, 1913, the day designated by the President of the United States. For sale by all dealers. JACOB RUPPEKTS IKmckerbocker The Beer Tht Satisfies Our Knickerbocker Beer is a mild, appetizing stim ulant which will add flavor to your Thanksgiving dinner. Our Ruppiner, a dark Bavarian style, is a nourishing liquid food which builds up tissues and aids digestion. Order a case of each of these famous brews and satisfy your Thanksgiving guests. . ) r-- 3i mi Mi ItMkRlltMfll rriiorkrrM, mmm. For enalern Xpw York and anatk ern ei llnuland, Inerraalntc el on al lies to-dt probably lopal ralaa at nluhll to-niorrovt, fair and inme uliat coldert moderate aoath and KiinlhMesI vtlniU, Ne Jersey, fair I o-ila V and probably t ninrrnn ; sonieiliat loliler lo-ninrrow; mod erate smith unii sniithwe-t winds. Nnrtherii Nev IhiKlsml, liirresnliig elouill ne.s t'-ilii ; local ruins at night or to-morrow; somewhat colder to-inorrowj modrats south lilnl sniilhwest winds. XVeslrrn New X'nrk, local ralni and iftlder tn-ilay or to-nlRht; lo-inormw fslr, eoldsr, inoilernte to brisk west winds. Nil XX' Voltk', Nov, 23 A rentrs of mod erutely low tiresmire wns Iniated over Mil sniirl and Iowa s-.tenliiy, Hiid althniigli of limited energy the iiiu of generally iloudy inndltlnn In the central Mtates, the Ohio X'alley ami lake rulons and Into tho middle Atlantic States, with showeri In part of the Mlsxlsslppl X'alley snd ths Uk reKlnns. There was also a little rain on th east ceaet of Florida and In the north Pacific Slates lll-euhere the weather was generally fair unit the preure hlrh, M in ti lower teinjieriiture. prevailed In the Upper lake regions, the upper Mississippi X'alley, the Northwest snd the llncky Moun tain Slates, unii the line of freeilnc weather exienijert from northern Minnesota southwest Into northern New Mexiio and ArUona. fronts were reported from central aaa iiorttiern Oalifornla tl was wanner In New flnKlatid, New I X'nrk, the Ohio X'alley and the Southern 1 State I In thl. . 11 v the il.tv- m fair, following ihniw fen In the e.irlv niornlni, tooler In the inorning, growing wanner; wind, light lo fresh souilieiii tn outh; average hu inldln 7" pel noil . Iiitrotneier, corrected In read to re lrrl. at K A, M., SI). 31; t P M . 3D.1. The temteisiiiie In this city Ksterday, recorded by the olflclal therinonitter, Is shows In the annrxrd table: ioi.i. i.i.'.! tin. 1912. .X.M M M l. M 1J M ..-VI I'. U ' M- 3 1'. M ..on 01 1 15 MM ..& d lowest teinpeiatute. .il',t III in A. M fix MARINE INTELLIGENCE. XI1M xi l iii; Al.U.XV.Xt ill PM Sun rise? ft M Sun et l.ll M.ion rlit! 1111,11 .Tl;lt 'IIIIS D.XX. M M ,snd H'li 30 dnv Island :i.:m Hell fiste l.i) X'll.lt llllS n.xv t in Saniljll'k tio Mnmt lu ml Hell fiale i ; 11.411 i Mi TEXAS TURKEY DRIVE GREATEST IN THE WORLD (Iiip lien! of It.lMMI Krivi-r' Tiisk In to Ki't'i I'oxx l Ffoin (iniiiir to li'oot. "tnrkex tint' Intel esled II Vol'l.a I'rlaea Offered for Orlalnal nml Iraiislatlona. Tl,.. Soeietv I.e Uyceuin. m order MISS McADOO BACK IN CAPITAL. .tlr. Ilnppnril, en Xllnlaler Kcojir the .elherlanila, Arrive. XVjiciiimiton, Nov. "", MIbb Morula Xd'si. daughter of the Secretary of the 'i 'as"H. Is vIsltliiK Miss Klu Uoblnson, ii ii,-l'ii of Mr and Mih. Italph Itobln- n Hiiltlinore, She wlU return to ' i-l iKtun (in MiiikI.o , I'lc ne s Is appolnieil Minister from the . Hie. j.i-irje. Mr. Itapiiaid, has arrived In V. jshiiKton lo succed Mr. Loudon, re i 'l i,ied to the olthe of ForclBti Af ti rs m his own country. I' mi Xdnilinl and Mrs. Kdward H. in iiKMiited their dauKhter to society t i ii'iiinium at u ten at Itauscher's. Increase the Interest in rrenrn iaiiKuane and literature anioiiK American women, has offered prizes rantrlnK from .10" lo J.-.0 for the best orlKln.il work and trans lations which may t- submitted. Mine, Carlo Polifeme, iiresliient of the froclety, .sesterday announced tin- conditions of the competition. The subject allowed to the competitors are "The lnlluence of Joan of Arc" and "The HuiImii Hlxer." The Hrst must be In French verse and the second may be a tale or lesend ransInK In length from 300 to S00 word. Then an llncllsh translation of "I.es Sovoys et Le Pen sees," from "lai tlulriande do Julie," which must be done Into verse, is the third fea ture of the competition, ManusenpiH mum kih "if;"" i tliere pseudonym, to .Mile, iteiene no .eeicici,i, 172 WashlnBlon Park, Hrooklyn. N. X. They will be received until tho last day of Janunry. The competition Is under the patronaKc of tlahrlel Hanotaux. t 'fi.no, Ti x . Nox. '.: The "tmkey tinl" ni.i.s be barriil fiom society the country mi'r, but II will in Mr come into li.nl npiite in Cueio and sotithwi st TeMis. at lciiit not the that tills section l most and f.iiiillhr with. To dis.now tin- "turkey Irot bj some the "tuike drive." would bo to Ignore one of the binctst and best piOliiK Industries of this mi tiou. which Is 'the world's Klillt'St tut key PIihIuiIiiK centre. Hetwem 1 .'.o.niio and .'oo.ono tur kes will be "trott.d" into I'tiiro this sear. Many a dressed bird which will i.e hamrini; In a Noitbciii pout!r sliop the d.iv before Tli.iiikKl Inn will trot olid Kobble with thousands of Its kind Into Cuero dtirlnc the next few das. Thi to Is no other, testis lty of Its Kind In the world, nn each of the four days of u.iMdv and fun making theie will b" "trotted" throim-li the sir. its a pannle of thousands of turl.'ss. ilrlscn III fiom i.oints milis away. Last year only one parade was liild. Ill which '.O.niii) birds piirticlpat.il This enormous IIikI; SWalllpeil till' M.IUKIHCl "IK ""'I sk.i.ih.- ,.t ,,,fU :,i.,i resiiliid lii a heavy financial In- to the owners of the birds. Pour imi.iiIis. with a smaller iiinnber of blnls in each i.ar.nle. but a KH'.iler number In all. dihtrlbiitf d "wi the four days, will lie held this year (Sow ). "' oultt and his mlllt.u staff will head the "tint" on tlio second day of the ccbbiii- ""li'tiiinu the four das of fistivitles a Sultan and his court will rule the town, in keeplnir with the atmosphere cieated bv tin enoi minis number of "ttnks n--.'..i,i.,i tm-i.ther. Mavor .1. M HalbT I.e v.ciluiin will be Silllau Yekrtll II Miss Qil.iv ll.ithboue of X'lclorln In. the inot beautllul Kill in enu uiii l,e Sultana i it cue. men and women from sunoimdlnK towns will compose the court, svhlch o..i... ..,i Aiiltnn.i will head lay's parndc of nil keys. The Mo-rlfts from all the southw.st Texas "till key ciuntlcs will follow- the royn couit .....,-v even i t; in me i-iv - will bn dances aim i ..,..... I n.., il III Ilie .l,,,t ,. eniei uii...... ... - the "turkey inn nm on the road the drovein have no il iff 1 -ulty Hut when a turkey drive becomes really frightened, a cattle stampede Is a tame affair In comparison, n is siaien The greatest catl-i! of trouble for the drovers Is the turkey's habit of selectins Ha roost. lie time without reward to tnc time of day, particularly Jf th. sky be oi roast ur the buds arc pass .K th. 'US'i a wooded stretch of road. On cloudy dale tin- diosers caiefully iixold the bott-ni lands aiirl wooded sections, w In re the il irkncsi is apt to fool the birds Into be Levins that the sun Is sinkiim. Petoiiis of miles me sometimes made to asold the delay iisiiltniK from n p'ema- ture roost. iik. I luce the birds ilc-nle to' -top for the nichl or dav It Is impo-dlilo ' to force them to continue the march AlonK the most commonly used roads j for the driM'M there are reuiil.it- run-dine places at consenleiit Internals, which the I drovers try to make before dark. The turkey crop Is unusually cood this larcet- than last car for the pio- diiction of the birds. Heavy rains hase tended to keep the birds from ii-achlm: ' their best condition, but on the other hand they have caused mi abundance of fond, and the cool weather has put on the tinishliiK touches. The tuil.ess shipped North and ll.ist this year should be the plumpest nud lamest of several season. An enormous crowd Is espetud tin the ' Cuero turkey trot. Anticlp.itliiK that the little city initiht not be able to care i for the thousands sshn will w:irm over the place IliorKe H Hams, in clurRe of ' the "trot." re(iisteil the loan of ton cots of the XX'nr Department at X'asblni;ton, ! statlnir that the Adjulant-iiener.il of ' Texas had this number on hand, nud that they would be needed to accommodate the ! xlsitors. SXl.t'.s Al'CTIO.V. A(.KMs XVANTtli. ArrlTeil SX'I'I IID.XX . November '.'I', s- I'mnie, ln.'Ji A XI , Havre. November IS. s I'ltii.-la. 11 o.'i X XI . Palermo. November 7, S Wells I'ltv, II III X M . Dublin. November .X. Ss i.orilou i astle. 'i IS ,X. XI , Lnniton, Novrrn- her I .... Ss Itijra. .i A .vi . .m Lin-la. Aiivruiner i.. s- tnnania, an:. P XI . crlMnhnl. November It. Ss Mohsw k. .lai ksnnvllle, November m S .leCrrson. Surf. ill.. Novrmbrr 21 Ss Manna llata, llnltlirore. November ii. Attnivni 1'noxt ni:x' vohk. Ss I'rlnr 1'rleilitih XMlhelm. at I'litnouth Ss 'raoruiln,!. ui (ienoa. Ss l unula, al liriiiia. Ss ('uriml.i. at Liverpool tiled 1 year lilnl will be much sear, which was a bad (in COTTIER SALE BRINGS $37,047 THE SEAG0ERS. '."irlmU I'roin Liverpool and Qlleena. I ii iv n and the t'ontloent. H ii XX bite Star liner Adriatic, from 1 '"t r,i ,ni, ijueenstovvn' 1' Mr. XV. II Mr and Mr Klrka "i Lalhron. S A M (-Arthur. Mr. and lr Jamri Mcliiinald. Mr and Mr. XV, A j'err.v. Count La;e Posae. A il Poll' h )r and Mrs. Ii II Itadmnre. II K, Tlederaann. T t" XVynn. liner France fiom a-JTJi V Jn II 111 'I 1 ' Hirbir l' ii I'l.irke II I'hlford. IT I 11 II Hum Mi. I.. H Tseddvll I'rench Sin, t', Mtrnnsa l'a neat Prlee,f4H for flld Tapestry, Tim Cottier salo at the American Alt laancintlon vesterday develoiied lively bidding nml the total for the nnoii amounted to ISD.UJO, mnkli Cottier ale $j7,n47 to date. The best price realised was $th paid by Mrs. tapeatry arveil mil said to southwest Prominent with the tln first th the be the flourishes part of the abundance spirit of prime. I-.,..,- rei-lnn seems lo I lie sunn."-". -,'.,.. .. til natural iiomc m mc --i itl tills section as in ii" I'niled Stan H. un-n- is .. . of natural food upon xviiicu .h- i.leA, thrive wonderfully wen. in. in. s of wide raiiRes for their foraKlm.. hi d tl e climate Is so mild that no protection is necessary 111 order to raise them success- f''No'twllhstandini; the almost Ideal con- eome I . lull. ur hi this sect on. nunc?" ifler-1 ..,. i rul-eil to any imikiiiE the i i,t Miiirnir. in if the ssed lurkevs being flood Field In XX'nlcliniia linn, I'l.AIM'ini.P, N. .1 . Nov. H The weekly run of the XX'utchuiiK Hunt I'ltib this afteinimn nttiacled a Rood sl7id Ibid. The hounds wetc thrown In nn the Hiinillton farm, the meetliiK place belli? at New lltooklyn Pond. Alter a run of about elitht mlli s a check was made on the McCul len fill m. The second cbeik was made on the Steennrnfo fiuin. I,. It. Sinilli was actliiR matter of the hounds in the ab senee of It. Finch. The follow Inc. ttnlshed. L. It. Smith, M. F II .1. J O'Ponohuo, II. A. ltoiirne. S. I. 1'iench, Col. C. 11, S. llellows, lleseiley lliown, Miss Margaret lliown. Miss MatKarei Pana. Mis. limwn Itolston, 11. S. Ilol lis, lltowu Itnlstoii, I tin 1 Itolston and Huntsman llaiilsnn. I'lllilini Itiiiinera Heat r,rniiiii. The Clinton cioss ciuiiiti v team, with out the services of I'apt, llauiueistei-. de fcatcd the llrasinus Hall hailleis b n score of "3 to ax over the X'au Coitlandt Pali, ionise yestetday Cnpt lilcnn of FrriMitus bint out Secret of Clinton by laches for the honor dm In the fust time of l minutes nn siconds, To-Morrow & Tuesday Also following (lays until hour uf ".ale, includinj; ThatiUscivini; liny At thi Gallork's of Filth Ave. Auction Rooms ;:53-:!4l Fourth Ave. i "th s, KXIIHUTIOV OF I'lio comlijiied piiviilo r-ullcclioti- of Frederick WyniMns and Clws. Newman, t'oiitniniuu: a iniiltltiiile of t'ii nml intorostltm olm cts and iiiri't.i iiiR villus lil- I'hitioso IVir'-ol.iiti -Miiiff Hottles, .latins. Anali , I'' vi tal. Steatite anil Wood Cal'Vllio llioni'es, Ac , ,I.isiiii'mv Ivory t ,irv itiK. Notsiikes, Ssvoril (luaril-Satsiim.-i., Porcclaliii. Poitonc Ancient (ireek lil.i, Tanat i Persian llekka anil Ith'ulian XXiin choice Miniatures, Art Medal nm v.irioiH Otijetrt ib' Vertu AID Mivnnil larj;c inipoi lull Piiinliiu;, incltiiliiiK Thomas Buchanan Hoafi . Masterpiece 1'aintinir. SHERIDAN'S KIDK. Days of Mile, XX eilni-sil ly. I'rnl. v and 'Saturil.iy. Xovemlier '.'. '-' and '.'li, at 2-:i P M eacli day CataloKUes m.illoil nil ri' iui-l HKNHY A IIAUTM XN u-t iotn. i I tilt AI.I. OXTi:ifs. ji mi rot ti v i t !' In 30 ilavs hs' S niiem.iti ) r I , - i i in li , -i. i m II (ii' e .1 f.mner ,.t i minister - 111 I.I T n II s, . I hln I t , .i i i. r 1 At'' li lKi:tl OHO toil lie Join te ll' , -I ,e- nn lii 1 1 a . s t ' 1 J ll eirs ,f-t I . ' . 1 n.e-i -its 1 I .-. ,nc "i-lt.'l SI hi .a Tl.:..k w h.it K or.- .i.i ii lei. her i t-poltlt I ! I ) nn.1 if hi. ,l!i l' fh I. V! - -1 1 I . ,'i-liir N :,.0ii0 a:to,th i ri-llt in i I'n-I.il "III it ni t.ii Vl.l.LS M IN ,i i iiiinhiK i ii. i I ti - ' i. r II -' ' r Loilew i-k ine nn" ,tr l..r " erl I I SXII.LI) I'Olt M1XX' XlHIK Ss n-lniid. (mill Alltweiti S. WrtMlnnl.kflord, from llercen Ss I .ii 1 1 e ii I . from 1.1m r noi Ss Krleitrlih iler Urosse, from llrrinen S foltimlila from iilfi s lirr.iliie. from Havre. Ss Wal-i rln Am;iiie Vlciotla. from ftamhurt. Ss N'laff-ira. frulii llavie Ss Nlru-i Vmsii-rdam from llottetilam Iss s.vrittiiita, from liiivana. Ol Kil'INO S'll'AMSniPS. Sail lii-diy Mill. I'lose Prln Joachim ln'iialex . J0 V U Sill Tn-'nnrrow 'I ai'.b' lite J.ini-lrn 1 ( III. I . e .i ." r tl Mile I ! "I'll , till mo-l-i I Ss 1.1 A Hell 111 U 17 tl-.t ' JerTeiMin. Norfnii. tie sail 'I uesilnj . lie. ii, a Marl'lies.a. Ilrrlnelj i ii T.'ie.l.i M'CK 1 If ' ro,e.'. n for ll'illilav ti Hie llr.ul llful pieeil i-n l i.-i.'h c 1st, i- ,er miles or pen lie -men 'tin e lll.i iiii-h .i.itn n w '. 'I' rt'tfstnms out t tire t w ii ki rs. !,c Hist lu von i. Uhliur lioial XV lI.u.N xn i, n . 1. ii as e. ii no VXt'l I'XI ( LI XM'll A- '' Ts Hete It I-. ali sowti'.s iii w in sicii li. wlii-l-n -r ml. 1'iuirtiil l-e'.l ii .t iu.it i it in 1 1 'ii ilslli.e no. ir, rs , ii-.t i pp. ar til- -i It. f. si w rile Inr p. rllct.l-i r. -' . cv to I.U ir i i'.1 ' ' ' i ll.XII'XS'X . XV ill rl n. N X' Inn X S 1.1 s XXI' II llMll Xlll i.ii il I lo run J t -r 1 1 1, 1. tnt-i e.. of vi'ur "ill Pi :'"' ci e of our lociil ii-i ir-1 htiittvi s aril -i 11 l.K'h irn.iti t u.tom nuutc atilit. , i-. l i t ,i i it .uiitlii-. lit ili-1'in'..r 'ii-lt-i, Mil Uf. , l . I'lir I to I et-is W rile ! I . " ' - V ' ' ' I 'I , . S t. IV I.i ..1 V eier VV It. s e- :u! s . ti. :i . . - I, .1 Tl. tlavtnn o I t.l Mlt tlotl .'Hitler rre.illnc i.ti pump no ritK.r. i'iioti: . II" It. I (l.llll. iit.miuuii. I 1'HIIOVII. Illlllill Majaro, Itrrn.iil.i Miutl.h Prim e. Itahln H.ili lilr. Il'o Jiitii-ln-Sisntl Prim e lotilev 'thu Vllnnesota .IniiKtli-a Xteliaivl.. Jiicksonvllle i its of Miinuriituet v , s h II iiiillioti. Norfoll. sail V i-ilursil i rrHhce. Havre !nlrsto, sotitliatui'tiiii Xl.ii ,ii allio. I a liiliiv ni s.tina Xtnrt'i. Jrimalcii Mav.iro llreliiuU Alriiti'iuin. San llntlltiuo .i-mn e in a. lliivaiin Kioulil.-illil, Vtilvu rp Mnutn-.il. Porto llli-o 1 urlstan XtaUinns . Molri-nr.ril. Havana Pioteu-, N'i'm Orleans, I'oltirinl'i, lialvi-ton Huron, .lai kst'tniiie Miullson. N'orfolU i: it) .xi Ncurmper ?' 7 1.' A XI s :tn XI s .10 VI lino V M t'.' ll M 11' KI M I'.' () XI '.nvelliper ', 7 ml X M s :in XI s il A XI fl.tl V XI III i-l A XI I.' I.I XI IS l"l XI Veel. Sail, in id A u 1KI I' u Jin p u innri XI to no a vi il in A M i: m xt 3 ill p xt :i ki l m .1 ii P it in m x X' I on p VI .-. m l xt 3 00 p M 'A III 00 X XI t: m xi 15 il VI i: in m r.'oi vi :iki P vi noil' xt in on A XI i;ii xi i: im XI p.' im xt r.'im XI I l I' XI I CI I' XI 3 00 1' M 111)!. I' XV XN I LII MALH. minis isri:i't:i: wanted niui-i h'i t ' .'.e Itnlv , h.tlarV anii i ot c ha-l lo is ( sp- t S 1,0(10 r 11. box i: i.ll'. I'M.S-.XILN'T Itallu l Mali I'lerks. I'us t I i,l ern.il lleseuue es. iiis" everswliere . , i,i t prtpiteil lis tortutr P. S I'.lll servlte Si'iril.iM llxamlner rieo Htitiklel l.tl XXrlle NOW I i il.l PATTKItSiiN IMX1I. i:iiVlfi: Hi'llOllL. Iloi ht'stor. N X. ii" " "THANKS GIVINC TURKEY" slrlelly Pure ii)u.in i.nmii I -j.u-rs anil m--llelnus Havtnoinl i.Siiirt Pniattn-s IHrri I to NporOnit. Sin l,i X Famlli flubs. Ileeently Marled one nrrirr NX i lt iiniv I'luti of :io sisirtsninn i nrili-r Pltlt-tiui k lust rrrrlviil Heads' express .1 lllil shell t)sters Xour l).tcrs lli'tt tier Hail III ni llnine HeiKr limn Siisitii". Islattil t mi Ifaviii or Hint Polnls ' Wire Orders lo X If (i MUX Its. Ilou-I VX'aclia lufftitiie, XVaehaprcatrtM X .i iDci-sn si ii uistern sl.orr i Open o.stn s Si Ictlv pn c onrn Oi su rs ilellv ert'.l I'spn ss li ookltn.int Ni-ti Xoil. fnllowimr iIhj alter s'll.uiirrit P XI SI el tier L-allon. 'I llri'e eallous aii.l tin sll-s Mi en ov stcrs uenvrieii I ti lu ni in Mlst'.l 0 N'en X'niU, Jirrn pir noi. I xtiri-ss I' u It New X'o'k ami Hinoklsu, 57 in per turn. -iVII'.MVV I v-' t ie'.. -it s' t.tte 'l-e st'll ui. -m. in. letuil trade: JIM monthly inlium ,p i -i . . 11,1,, t.l .ti . tout. u 1 . .p p. - i nil s f..t ii.nn of nliilll 1. In Imp VII. li Callfornle j m ruse r. . . areoutvtsnt ! Phllau. It.hla. 1 iiitcr.i . . I Kvno . Oriinle Nassau I Xnillla. . . , ( olor'iilo ' Vtataii7.is . . ' Ki't.lirhe, I larlvithl'l . . j t nleiliinia lieort-e VV.istlllllt'un. I Viarv I.i nil i Itlfnurtliey Uemlli'l. etl ttl.ile i'ltv of Xliinicoiitrr Perfi I'tlon . Ill Paso. INVOXIlNIi SIKVXISIIIP'I. Due To-dV X I ii u.il. I i 1.. IIH' ..M.i:..'l AN wanted Inipertetl Ublue. Ma il i . it, fh.iri anil poll wines, pilvute p.irll-s, I una .i nil I '-.t hut i-la. i inn nils-P in Pn. is Atl Inss 1' ll litis lost VV STi:i ori..ltill!ers H roll. Il llli'illlnrs Kill, He li.tiaea llltHLIt UK OWL. .. Hen. I, liitl VV VN'II'.O PlKt cl.isa .in llllei tltral Inuil ..11. is Aoitlv JullS IIV.VNS A l.'n. 7. SITUATIONS XVAN I LII vl.Xl.t:. A rTPHNi )l IN' unii ,-v e ti t ri u eniplov inetu llitllletl Its llllitlllle Bent leinilll . illultesl I ef et -euit-s. .XI iiox litti Sun lluillllif ! .1 Av XV AM I'l' M ,. .I.l.ii . Sun oil l' e p, l.n Huston, Mni v it.ii iilteiit sixteen ve-irs oltl: u ith II ference N . Nl 117 I 1 expi uses to ii I '.iKt fit is ii'ii' Mll.l.l.l. travel, or .ip I'l il.h, I'otsll.l'll ritil.mil Plslere- I Prln I'ln-i I'rleitilch.. Ilvinti . .s.i ii .lu in s.inui Lucia ... . s, fiiranct'i X'olllUs. tliirnu Ilia Due Tuentay (l-cil II Krontulnzi-ssln I'l-eilie liursl. I nrl Sliur sitraio.'ti roncliii l'll of I'lil'linluis btilliatlot Miilt'-atuitlon 1 lierpmil. I Ivi-rpool. Hull . . Havil 'latnpli-o . . l.alveston U.lUi-ston . C-ilvrstoti CilhMltnr (ililsiti'll . tltpi'letl I ontlon si Lucia Porto Itleo I'urUs iflainl.. sav.i nn'ili I' in Xrlhur . Nru Drlcaii",. Due Tii-itiurrnw Itotterdatn. Xtinverp Port l.lnioii San Juan Im pui. Il.iriiiitlos sun -I ii.it It-irlwi'los N'n.sau Nru Orleans .l.tcUsoiivllIe titilve.ton.. Noveiiiher SS, I'liilstlansand Ilremen I .Ibiiu. liltiKston. Havana lialveston S.iviinnah .Nof. I i .Nov. IS Nov. 1.'. . Nov. l.X Nov. 7 .S'ov, a Nov. Nov. 1 Nov. 1.', Nov. t:. Nov. H Nov. 'l .Nov. In Nov. U Nov, l: Nov. tl Nov. IT Nov. IX Nov. '.'il Nov ir, ...Nuv. is l.X 17 III l.'t Nov Nov. Nov. Nov N'nv Nov. Nov Nov. Nos. 'Jl Nov III Nov. :" Nov, IS Nov. !.'. Nov ts Nov it Nov Vi uv N'nv i" Nov "J HLI P XX N I l.ll I'PVI XI. K. extent until th' were erectnl at 1,1 Mlitriitr.. tlllttltS n Their cbtabllshnienl tesulll Cn.i-n beconilllK the turkey centre i - Ulptinuu rnr u screen or Olll i,..l..l s:,.t,.u mole ti Otto lluriict. iiRent. hoiielit two iii,.,,,.,.,! ut of heie tlian any other place ... ... ... .... - ' .1... .1..u. tT JO. wn.ul conso tunics ot inn auuii in the country, e rout the Hrst of No i,i inn tttmiiti' to in ast ot .i.iuii.ii ,i "' I........ I Mr Wlnllirop paid Pjr. for a curio 1 nrP M ,iperallnn nlKht and day In order cabinet of ebony Inlaid with mother of , ,,,i,,e the thousands of tuihevs hioiiBlil I i t-i-.n fnr :i ntiislr' cabinet III enmino i,, i,,. tiH. furiuirs. wood' and cbou.v nnd $4.1' for a screen The birds are dilven Into ...in. ..iHitni nenalssance frame and old n,e cunnti v roails Ilk" entile. Xudie I'onia 1...1 Una Cav alien 1 tfn Muidloie. XI ' Ttxlliei fllKj HI lly ' .111 A a 1st mm " ' Tr .urn Ii '.ni i.nlliiii s M . K .1 t ijr olxrl Ookhchmidt Krneito VI' Cameron t'nrbea John U. A Leithman t'harle. Korh H. II. II Joy Mm.. Maaauuet, S It Newla-rry The llev. P llatla S Phrlau JiiIiii Iteilf Harini Thomil C'liunl L, de Sal tlge lUroneas de Uonuecaza de MartraU. 3. L Jni. i jnest iv nanaU I Mrs. William Thaw aecured Iw-o par tlcuhulv handsome chulrn, payint: :i" I ror H wliiKiiil chair and S7 for d chaise lotiRiie, both upholstered In antiiie needlework. Mr. Fowles paid 40o for an old I:ukIisIi cltot of drawers III gueen 'Anne stylo and laid for HU Knslltdi cab ! (net In lacquer of the name period, I Other unlet, were a fivefold leather screen I lo Stewart Duncan for laSHs a curved ' o.tli Jacobean cabinet In Miss S P. lllls" la coxed Jacobciin liulfet lo Is. X', Painter for W and a Jacobean armoiro to n. Wllllaina for U'10. Th ial continues Monday afternoon. town over Knormniis n.,..t.M h.iiii men colli I K nm ueni mm it, oust few ikon. The lai'Kost turkey .Inlia iit'ni' iriitiln lu the United Slates took place Into Cuero last vear, when a boat r x nnn bens and uohblers was herded toRfthcr bv h dealer and driven thirteen mites it look the driven) thirty hours i, liver llic turke.vs. lull 111" birds) look ., umlileii notion to loiejt III a Rrove about mil notliltiK could thu march In the "77" four mips rrum town, folic Ihelll lo coillllllir Hlaiiu'lilellim pens. Tho work or lite ilioveis, or tiirkv bo.vs, an llie.v am called, Is by no means alnecure. XVhcn the blids ant well he haved and meet with no trnie obtacle A hard stubborn Cold thai hang on, is broken up by Humphreys' Sevsnty-seven" COLDS The easy time to stop a Cold is when the shivers first run down your back, your bones begin to ache and you feel sore all over. This is the time when "Seventy seven" is most effective. If you wait until you begin to cough and sneeze, it may take longer. The Dollar Plask holds more than six twenty-five cent vials. At all Drug Stores or mailed. Iluinihre)a' Humro. Medicine l'o,, 1.71 William Sirctt, New York.-Adve rtlwmmt. I HOOIv'ls'HHPr.II ashler office tumim-i. i thotoilKliI) experleni ed , monthly lrl.il hut lime, ililllv lln.inil.ll report tiilliitel.il. ll.it sluht drafts, p.iv loll; hlKhly i ecomnietnleti I L, I II.VHLLS. Hire lluslinel. 100a WeMl lies- j tr Ave . HrollX IIHN'TLIIM AN' wishes to irpresi'lit lll.uiu f. it till Ink- or JnliMliR bullae III I'J . lllllu ii. el West V.i on ti ciilllinUsl'ill hit- a. no ilr.iw Ini; aiioitut nects.:ir A VV II Hus t-7' rilli.liillk'11. Pa, XX XNII II Viol 1. ill llil'lic pel II It i l I l-i iU'LI'INIi 1 l a tin. . . s t ill easv I'l a nl eolollni: ii mil t. y ii i can .s-l'iv infi ll .11 lUllstl.lieil pill in 'li it - in-" VND hi Dili's, a tr.s .s llalsteil, I lu- .1 X I'.VNLSi;, ablest worker fur lllllllti' 111 lT.ll ' "f 'tll'lietll Km, .I t.iinllv HI'IIV ! - W't m '"'! enl Ire i'l. In SITUATIONS XV.tN'TKI) I'HXIAI.K. rilMl'.VN'lliN Itellneil ouns i;nif Heti iiiimuii wlshea position as romp itilou . ulll Ins Hi tllivel, Adtlreaa It I!.. box 131. HPil H'wuy Itl'll-'INi:!) YDl .N'U ladv, heailllful il.iu.ei willlts position tta uaslstiiul to le.u-hei of K 1 kt a nil Inn, Addleaa It I. I.oxl.'l 13HI II w,il lil'.l lAHI.i: itiloretl wnuiHll, expel ieiu et thialrbiil inaltl. watita sltuutlun with ueiiens or rtr Is a t e ; will travel, nut inuss.iiie refer ences, 'Phone, ISM Harlem. Apt, 1 HtslNLst ru l.lt . AN ENORnioUS PROPERTY An Immense IMoney Earner v ntiMii'iii i I. oi'i'imii Nit met inn) a ' m ' miles of u auld le.nl Willi .1 li " ' '' "I ! 1" nil Itlns to the tin e XV l 'teBin li PJ) lire it tllvulinil" In t'H L.isi tlevi-lopilieiit i.ii u now . spied Him I lillsa l it. . hiiiiee. ('ill hla out VV'llle in nn..' lively l0 will e.ia'i a lini'O iiutiki) xx'bnt cull you invchi If pnipiis.il si'Hs vou- Pirn m.rlu..tr (iiv nietlltiti' Income n-i urliv Addiraa rl, I'M.OII. lull 1'nik Av New Xmk. ti.XT l'OXT MM'TII I'l.OHIIIA. Anv and all Itilurmuliou Riven i oncernliis; Ml,l-lll lltlil Milllll I'lotl'll Heat Klllpe ft till ciutuirv lu I idled M.n XV rile fni lu foi iniilliin. .1 H Mi LP.NHON', Mliiinl, Pla. lly XVIieleaa 1 lie olll I MR Vfllfll. S-1 k-e XV a-liincinti i'.'.'i milt's east nf Situiv H'.i.K .11 li V XI vrshTllllV s.e Cat mania. '.! miles east of .Saiuly HonU al '..in I. M Vlov einenla of Nasal XX AKIIINOTON. Nov :'.'. - . uuiseh has arrlv ed al tiuikithlp Arelhu.il at HVVITCIIHOAKD operiilol seven veula experleni e urenc linawi'i- ( N llos l.'iS Hun. HTKnTjiIHAI'IIIIH. !' e.ir ekperleme, nent uiiiIiHPiu., tl. '.ties plaie iillh .iili.niie int-i.l M VI link I 7 Sun PINT. PI'.i'AN's. Mini II .loni s of Xlounil. Iji . iriowK them, he ships direct in private eusinn.cis everyivhi'ie b evpienk and fielt'lu I maki; iim monihly. wrltlittf muvlnc plclute Pa I'lllt .I.K. TO I.KT I OH HI'MNK-xX I I ltl Ol. liIH.XIII.I'. tuiliiliv site sonthwent coi ner Xlriii uinl VVarien Hla Jersey t'liy .Xbout 100x40. Aoylt, LVNt'll, 108 Mainulli Av, 1 1 in II pttuu V.n ..VI I M t ' I I Il till XX'e low ptli i a Veea. Th" tun 'i ' VV .tallllllttoli all't ''ie tiitiint.in.iiuo The liosplt il thlp fidace lias s.illeil I m M tlkl-llles for X'llleflaul'lie Hie irnlaer Mnlth Ii.il.nlii front sun tilean lor ,.iti Fran. i-. o. he i rui.er Chester from Xei.i i'i . lor Havana the li.mleklllp Ni i ILiinpslilH u Tuxp.iu fur X'er.i fin, the ile.tiovn I1 " ton and the impede Itiials Tliotniitti -int Tlnaey from Jaeksnnv Hie fm favaimai rm and ii) VV'.VHlll.N'liTli.N' Nov ilcra weie lanii'tl In iUy Major .1 II Mi-line I'lf'H tlllleil lo V'lj H.illt iii-1 ' ' Lieut I'ol ' I' . '' ' I'uiltv tlel alleil In limi nil tlui-iil il'' Lletlt nri iff lleneral llrilei . 'I he.e a III lie I til in' ' t tlrti.ll I tl" lililil fourth i t,enei,ii a it. il ,1 II Lr'vlll I" telleveil tliilll tl'lall III ULU li.irlllieltl Lieut I'ol St, Outlaid I" Honolulu. Thl" l.ieul li J navy euli r was l.aucil; H f Neeilhtim lu cominantl th ami Three "eorei. : -TIioukIi over I'l itMMiKH noovis to i. nr. 7lh HI Large trijtit an-' XVesI roeni. 3d floor. Mnelj (iolfera it. l. x V N'nv ninetv (loll'eis .lacti in inc "'" '.'; the .Xpaw.Mitis i 'lull lo-il.i onlv lime I scores wen- IUI lieu in i- c with '.ol l 'x XX .x i 'ran .!-. i -''"-still, , si. nnd II tirai (IUI with ss ii. x3.