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SNER AND DANCE
FOR MISS CARNEGIE
Toting People Quests at the
Family Home in East
' Ninety-first Street.
5IISS CLARKE INTRODUCED
Receptions Given Also' for the
Misses Roudcbush and
Hiss Do Lanoy.
Dthutanten Ktn almost entirely mo.
nopollzed the attention ot socially prom
Inent persona yeerday with recep
tlonn, dinners and dances.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Carnenle nave n
nner and dance at their home, 2 Eavt
Ninety-first street, for their daughter,
Ml" Marsnret Carnegie. The house was
handsomely decorated with palmn and
flowers, and In advance of the dance
. ... n lliin tf tm-entv.alv HIT.
intra ,,,. ...--.- ... , -
eons, anionic them tlio Misses Mancaict
WhltltiK, Helen liusseu, iieicn u:
on, Kntherlnc liiKfs. Polly I)a:nrosch.
jean l.uke, Mnry Jcnntnics. Adelaide
Wltmcrdlnir and Dorothy Dunn. Tiro
younic men nt the dinner were Kurl
Oould, l.yttleton Oould, Francis II. Ap
pleton, Jr.. Montgomery Lnnndon, Will
Urn and Thomas Mllllkcn. Floyd ClarX
son, Frank Oould. Sydney Brewster and
The younc women at the dinner re
eetvul with Mrs. Cnrnegle and Mlsa Cii
negle for tho dunce which followed.
The guests Included young people, many
of whom had been receiving at tho re
ceptions ot tho afternoon.
Mrs. Harold G. Henderson gave a re
ception esterday afternoon at her home,
i: Irving place, to Introduce her nieces,
the Misses Agnes nnd flosanno Roude
bush, who aro daughters of Mr. and
Mrs. John 1 Icy wood Roudebush. In the
rAelvIng party were the Misses Polly
Pamrosch, Miirgarct Mason, Mary Colt,
Frances Field. Martha Keep, Eleanor
Babbitt, Adelaide Wllmerdtng, Kathcr
lne C Blodgett, Frances Ballard, Kath
erlne Allen nnd Katherlno Urquhart.
Mis Janet Robb. Miss Elizabeth Irvlnx
and MIks Katherlne Weed were at the
Another reception of yesterday nfter
noon was given by Mrs. William C. De
iAnoy at Sherry's to Introduce her
daughter, Miss Constance De Lanoy. Ile
celUnR with them were the Misses Jcan
ette Jennings. Alice HuntltiRton. Iluth
reabody and Katherlne Blgss. After the
reception there was u small dinner at
the home of Mrs. De Lanoy. 375 Park
avtnue, the guests afterward going to
some of tho dances of the evening.
Mrs. li. E. Clarke Snow of Chicago
five a reception yesterday nfternoon nt
4T1 Park avenue to Introduce her niece,
Miss Elizabeth Mlnot Clarke, daughter
ef Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. F. Clarke
In the receiving party were tho Misses
Cleorslne Hmlthers of Montreal, Hutu
rlne A. Holllster, Dorothy Weyman,
Evangeline Johnson, Henrietta Talcott,
Nathalie Browning. Anna Sherman. Star
Jorle Slllcocks, Amy Relck, Katharine
Whltmarsh, Lilly Htchll, Ulory Thomas
and charlotto uuye.
Miss Genevieve Clcndennln gave a
luncheon at Sherry's yesterday fordebu
tantes ot this season and last. Her
guests wero seated at two tables, nnd
amone them were the Misses Florence
Gilbert. Adelaide Flint. Helen. Alexander,
Mercer French, Anstlss Do Veau, Doro
thea Caffip. Ethel Simmons, Muriel
fhikes, Marlon Perry, Mary Cushman,
Kdlth Williams. Helen Porter, Isabel
Yeomana, Marion Townsend, Mary
I'rancke, Mndgo I-csher, Frederlcka Bull,
Anne Winchester, Helen Haylcs, Elsie
Saltus. Loralno Allen. Beatrice Beck.
Adelaide Wllmerdlnsr. Beatrice Pynchon,
Helm Barrett, Lesllo McKlm, Thcrcse
Browning, Ellen McCartcr. Theodora
Tiffany, Gertrude Montgomery, Eleanor
Babbitt, Glory Thomas, Charlotte Guye
and Katharine Turck.
Another reception of the afternoon was
irhen by Mrs. Henry Pennington Taller
at the Colony Club to Introduce her
daughter. Miss Mary Wright Taller.
Mrs. Edward M. Burghard of 1 East
Ninety-third Mrect gavo a dance last
ulslit at ho Rltz-Carlton to introduce
Iit daughter. Miss Anna II. Burghnrd.
The hostess and her daughter received
at tho entrance to tho main ballroom
end receiving with them wero tho Misses
Vivian Kranlch, Marie Osterliolt and
Margaret Philips. After midnight ?a
aTEINEHT KRUC. On Thuraday, De
cember 7, at the Illtz.Carlton Hotel,
by the. Her. Mr. Maxwell, I.oulae, F.
Kmc, daughter of Mra. A. Mertena, to
Rueaell I.ee flelnert of Roaton, Jluai.
Bervlcea "TUB FUNBKATj CHURCH,"
Hro.iilay, Klxty-slxth nml Hlxty-aev-enthatrrets
(Campbell IlulMIng). Time
later. Auapices Actnra Fund.
COWMIH. Alfreil Aberncthy Coolea. of
pneumonia, after a brief lllneaa, at hla
re.ldence, tho Apthorp, Ilrouilway and
Funeral private, Please, omit flowers.
DOL'OHTV. At Summit. N. J., December
I. 1916, Clifton M, Doughty of .Mont
elalr, N. J.
Funeral xervlcea will be, held at the Cen
trnl Pre.bytcrlan church. Summit, N.
J., on Saturday, December It, on ar
rival of :::o . M. train from Ho
lioken. Interment Jamestown, N. D.
FA 111 FAX On Thursday, Dereniber 7,
t tl . Hamilton it, Fairfax, In tho (Sth
ear of hla cue, at hla rraldcnce, Mer
rick, I,. I.
Funeral aervlcea will be held at Grace
Church, Broadway and Tenth street,
en Monday, Lcccmbcr 11, at 10 A. M.
Virginia and Baltimore papers please
1IAHKNKSS. On Friday, December .
1 9 1 S. Mary Wardrn Harknesa, widow
of Charles W. Hnrkneaa.
Funeral at her lain reililence, on Mon
day inornlntr, December 11, at 10
o'clock. Interment prlvnte,
UK It HUM.. At New London, Conn.. De
reniber . Rear Admiral John 1'urter
Merrell. U, B. N retired. i
N'ollio uf fua'cral later.
ilOUTON.On December , IMS. at hla
rraMeme, Lanadowne, l'a., Frederick
Naah Morton, formerly, ot Hoboken,
N, J aud son of the late Ddmund
Certicca und li.termcnt at Valea Oate.
N. V., (Saturday, December I, at 2
elTrXKY. Suddenly, ot heart failure,
rrtiay, December I, 19l, at her real
dtuce, 311 Wtat Ninety. aevrntli street,
Florence llavna, "wife of Dr. William
A, Kpltaley and daughter' of the lain'
Frederick W. Hayra'bf Detroit, Mich.
.Vc.llio of funeral later.
'MIITNIIV. At East Orange, N. J De-
ember I, 1st. William M, Whitney,
led t: years.
Funeral aervlcea will be held at U rs
ale street, Hackeaaaek, N. X, on tat-
araay, December I, at I 'leek.
eated supper was served In tho main
The first for this season of the Three
Sherry Dances was held last night at
Sherrya and Ihoro wero In attendance
debutantes of this season and last. Tho
(Uests were received nt the entrance of
the main ballroom by Mrs. B. Ogdcn
Chlsholm, Mrs. J. Herbert Johnston and
Mrs. Edward H. Knapp. The patron
esses for this year Include Mmcs. John
f" Alexandre, Harry K. Knapp, Charles
M. Chapln, Pierre Mall. Henry K. Coe,
J. Plerpont Morgan, Richard O. Colt,
Walter a. Oakman, Carl A. de Gcrsdorff,
it. do Berkeley Parsons, Columbus
O'Donnell Isclln, lllram W. Slbtcy,
Ilradlih Johnson, Louis Butler McCagg,
Henry O. Trevor and Rusxcll II. Iload
lcy, Jr. The next of these dances will
take place on December !8,
Mrs. Thomas Hunt Talmage gave a
dinner last night In tho new Japanese
room of the Rlti-Carlton for her daugh
ter, Miss Lillian Tiewnage, tho guests;
later going to somo of the dances of the
evening. Among them were tho Missel
Mary Jay Schlcffellu, Pr,lscllla Bartlett,
Amy Bradlsh Johnson, Helen Byrne,
Justine Townsend, Kathleen Macy,
Louise Butler, Rita Bokcr and Violet
BROADWAY LESS SINFUL.
Chief Magistrate MeAdoo Bays It'a
Free From Lotr Character.
Broadway Is now free from gnngslcts,
gunmen, "con" men, pickpockets ir.i.l
dlsreputnble women, according to Chief
Mnglstruto MeAdoo. who addressed tho
Broadway Association at their luncheon
yesterday In the Hotel Martinique, lie
sold that Mayors ot other cities hud
told him they had "never seen a llur
oughfare so, clean and so free ot the
physical and moral menace ot Illicit per
sons." There Is no real excuse for subway
gratings In Broadway, according1 to Mag
istrate MeAdoo. "Vou might as well pro
pose putting gratings over scwen." h
The Broadway Association added 130
new members to Its rolls yesterday, stak
ing n total of COO, The committee on
membership voted to continue Its cam
paign until next Friday, when It la be
lieved tho 2,000 mark will have been
NOTES OF THE SOCIAL WORLD.
Receptions for debutantes wilt be
given this afternoon by Mrs. Anson
Blake Moran, Mrs. William C. Relck.
Mrs. George M. Pynchon. Mrs. Emit
Stehll, Mrs. Rufus It. Babbitt nnd Mrs.
Wendell C. Phillips. Ethan Allen will
give one at hln home. 375 Park avenue,
to Introduce his daughter, Miss Kath
Mrs. Robert Reutter will give a
luncheon to-day nt Sherry's for her
daughter. Miss Gertrude Itruttcr.
A dance for the benefit of the Ameri
can Ambulance Hospital In Franco will
be given to-night nt the Whlppany River
Club, Morrlstown, N. J.
Thoso to appear nt the second of tho
Sunday night concerts at Sherry's to
morrow night are Mlsa Helen Stanley,
soprano; John Powell, piano, nnd S.ilva
tore de Stefano, harp. These concerts
are being given In aid of tho CEuvre
Fratcrncllo and Union dm Arts of
Mrs. Henry Fletcher Godfrey will give
a luncheon at Sherry's ,on Tuesday for
her debutante daughter, MIsh Theodora
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Fletcher have
come from their country place, the Wil
lows. In Glen Cove, I,. ., and are at
the Gotham for the winter.
Mr. nnd 'Mrs. C. Oliver Isclln will go
to Aiken, S. l, In January for the re
mainder ot tho winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Oould will give
a theatre party on December 21 followed
by a dance lit their home.
Mrs. Walter James will give n recep
tion on Tuesday afternoon to Introduce
her daughter. Miss Jranncttc Jennings.
Tho wedding ot Mlsa .Margaret Kelly,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard It.
Kelly, to JamcH J. I'orter will tnki- place
on December 16 In tho Central Presby
terian Church, West Fifty-seventh
Mr. nnd Mrs. John C. King started
yesterday for Palm Beach, accompanied
by Mrs. King's mother, Mrs. Henry
Mrs. William K. Draper held n recep
tion yesterday at her home, 121 East
Thirty-sixth street, for the members of
the committee! arranging the ball to be
held at tho Colony Club on January 9
under the auspices of the New York
City Visiting Committee.
Mr. and Mrs. George B. Ide have re
turned from Locust Valley, I,. I., nnd
are nt D21 I'ark tivenuo for tho winter.
A dansant nnd fair will be held In
the ballroom of the l'laza this afternoon
for tho benefit of the Warren Godd.ird
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LISZT AND GHOPIN
PLAYED BY POWELL
Pianist Leaves Bcntcn Track
and Reviews Unfamiliar
John Fowelt gave another piano re
cital yesterday afternoon In Aeolian
Hall, and according to hla now pro
fessed purpose played things not com
mon to the marketplace. Mils pro
gramme consisted of Chopin's allegro
de concert, nocturne tn B malnr. hr.
carolo and tarantella. Mail's "Concerto
rathotlriuo" and hts "Don Juan" fan
tasia. The three shorter Chopin numbers are
heard often, but the allegro Is not. Nor
la there any pressing reason uhv l
should be. Neither James Huneker nor
Edgar Stlllman Kelley. both Chopin
propagandists, could work up warm en
thusiasm over It. The formershudders
nt Its dlfilculttes nnd tho latter rel
ishes Its harmonic prophecies of Wag
tier. They found larger things In
smaller works. Mr. Powell In his own
programme notes Invited consideration
nf ItS fteilth 1 rt .1 ,t,n (ama..-- , 1 1
.... ... .. ...,u ivnutiucnn Ui lid
emotion. He labored hard to put thim
But It was manifest that he was more
warmly Interested In Liszt's "Concerto
Pathetlciue." The composition has not
bedl t1llhtb.1v hrfnr,a,l la. nA
- a,, jinin n-
cording to Mr. Powell only once In the
iiuccm. vtnosc was tne version ued
yesterday was left tn conjecture. It was
probably .Mr. Powell's own. Llsxt's was
not whnllv effefilt-A ,liii. At
shapo or tho arrangement for two
1....UU.-.. iiurmcisier maue a concerto
with orchestra out of It, but that was
not nltrtetlte rnm-liiKlni Tl.
version heard yesterday was well made
,.iiu Kmc me composition an crrcctlv
The pianist ii!m Informed his audience
that the "Don Juan" fantasy was not a
mere virtuoso piece, but "a dramatic
tone poem of cxtranrdlnnrllv perfect
form and of powerful unity." Mr. Powell
Is young, anient nnd optimistic, and In
riper years will probably bo rainier In
the presence of the embroidery of "Ii
cl darem" and the excitements of the
gay Don's bacchanalian ditty.
Meanwhile muslo lovers enn enjoy this
young man's admirable lutcrpretatUe
art. It has virility, Imagination nnd Im
mense technical brilliancy and power.
All were displayed yesterday In the
Liszt concerto, of which tho plnnlt made
a veritable tour de forco and which he
made as Interesting iih It could be.
In time Mr. Powell will without douht
abandon the futile attempt to empliaslzc
every measure In n phrase. Euger to
make clear his menage to hl auditor,
he sometimes break the melodic line of
his music. But despite mistakes Mr.
Powell's) piano playing Is worthy of nd
mlratlon, and his strong, sincere per
sonality Is. breathed through all the
music ho performs.
THE RUSSIAN CHOIR.
Cunrrrt of I'hurrh lnlo Given by
The Russian Cathedral choir gave a
concert of Ilin-Ktan church muslo In
Aeolian Hnll last evening. The pro
gramme contained six numbers by
Tschalkowsky and six by Rachmanlnov.
The purK)M of the choirmaster, Mr.
Gorokhov, wan to show the character
istics nf the rtles of the two masters
In their ecclesiastic composition.
The contrast or similarity, for both
existed, was best brought to notice In
the treatment of the 'heriibimlr Hymn,
the I 'rent and "A .Mercy of Peace," nil
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' THE ' SUN, SATURDAY,
of which were sung In setting! by both
musicians. The singing ot the choir wsh
much better than nt Ita concerts of last
winter, when It waa wanting gTeatly In
accuracy of Intonation and general
technical finish. Last evening tho In
tonntlon showed decided Improvement,
though It was not perfect. Borne of
tho attack! and some of the nuances
were most admirable. Mr. Gorokhov
Is hampered by the quality of tho voices
at hla disposal, but probably they are
the best to be had here,
of the highly specialized character
of Russian church muslo something has
been said In this place after previous
concerts of this choir. In the composi
tions of recent masters there Is less of
the Oriental strain than Is to be heard
In tho earlier chants, or even In the
work of Bortnlansky, tho father of
modern church music.
Nevertheless tho phrasing and acccn
tuatlon nro faithful to the genius of tho
Innguage, while of course the treatment
of the harmonies adapts Itself to tho tra
ditional distribution of voices, boy?,
tenors nnd profound basses. The effects
aro often thrilling In their expression
of rapt devotion, nnd the works heard
Inst evening had the ndded Interest of
exhibiting the two composers In a realm
unfamiliar to the conccrtgoer.
BEAR ADMIRAL MERRELL.
Former Commander of Atlantic
Fieri Dies In Strr London.
New London, Conn., Dec, 8. Rear
Admiral John I'orter Merrell, U. S. N.,
retired, died here to-day.
Rear Admiral .Merrell was retired
from active service ort September 7,
1P0S. If he had served one month more
ho would have completed his forty
fourth year In the navy. He was on se.i
duty for eighteen years, and during the
rest of hts service he did active work In
tho Department In Washington. Since
his retirement he has lived at New
He was born In New York city on
September 7, 1846. nnd was appointed to
Annapolis from Michigan In 1St3.
Admiral Merrell at one tlmo was In
command of the Atlantic fleet nnd after
ward was In charge for two years ot the
naval ordnance proving grounds. He
wan an Instructor In n number of sub
jects In Annapolis. He was a life mem
ber of tho United States Naval Institute
nnd n member of the Army and Navy
clubs ot Manila and Washington.
Waa President of Chile for Ternt
Which Expired In 1IIOO.
Santiago, Chile, Dec. ft, Jermaln
Rlesco. President of Chile for the term
which ended In 1908, died to-day.
Jermaln Rlcsco was a member of the
most Important of the elx great families
of Chile to which for years most of the
bis political positions had been In
trusted. He belonged to the Erraxurlz
family, which In thirty years had held
, tho Presidency twenty years. Rlcsco
i succeeded Erraxurlz Zan.irtu. a near
relatlve, who had been elected upon the
denth of President Frederick Erraxurlz,
who was related to both Mrs successors.
HERBERT ELLIOTT DICKSON.
Prominent V, I.anyer, rrolege
6f r. s. Grant, Die.
Herbert Elliott Dickson, a prominent
lawyer, died at his home. 301 West
108th street, after a short Illness, It was
Mr. Dickson waa born In 8t. Louis In
1S69. He was a protege of Gen. IT. g.
Ornnt and was brought' liist bv him.
After studying at Harvard Mr. Dickson
practised law In New York city. He
was associated with the old firm of Dl.
Ion. Dickson & Swayue ami was fur
some earn counsel fur the Gould Inter
ests. He leaves a widow.
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DECEMBER 9, 191
WIDOW DIES HERE
Succumbs to Operation Dny
After His Estate's Ap
praisal Is Filed.
T.ers than a day after the appraisal of
Ihe estate of Charles W. Harkneas waa
filed Sirs. Mary Warden Harknesa, hla
widow, died. She had been In the Tres
bytcrlan Hospital since early this week,
nnd at 2:30 yesterday mornlnr, follow
ing; nn operation, she died.
Under the will of her husband Mrs.
Ilnrkneea received $I2,1S1,29. Herpor
tlon.of the estate Included the family
rwddencp. 2 i:at Kifty-fourth atreet,
appraised at $533,000: tho sarate and
stable nt 133 West Mfty-second atrett,
nppraised nt $33,000: household effects,
automobile) nnd personal chattel worth
$4,56", and one-half the residuary es
tate, amounting to $11,537,062.
In addition Mrs. llnrkuees received
under her husband's wilt realty InOhio
and New Jersey the value of which waa
not ascertained by this State's apprala
ers. Information ns to ihe nature of tha
operation which caused Mrs. Harknesa'a
denth was declined at tho hospital yes
terday, nnd the only persons at her
tow n house were-the eervnnts, who knew
nothing except that she waa at the hos
pital. At the office of tho Harknesa estate.
26 Hroadwny, It was said that Mra.
Ilarkness came In from her country
home at Madison, !sT. J early this week
and went to the hospital. Mra. Ilark
ness wan Miss Mary Warden of Phila
THne New Assortnnieinits of
Men's S! uppers
incfude many original novelties as
well as the conventional shapes and
leathers. A special feature is made 'of
styles calculated to appeal to the man
who desires" his home footwear to ex
press individuality and good taste.
In thefegular stock there are Slippers
at prices ranging from $1.90 to $15.00
(Men's Shoe Department, First Floor)
3fTittff Atirrurf -
341() mtd 35tli fclrrrti,
ExtraordSiniaLry VaJoes nira
Women's Velveteen Dresses
(sizes 34 to 44)
in brown, burgundy, green, navy blue
at $22.50, $27.50, $35.00 & $38.00
Women's Ready-lo-wear Gown Department
aSuftli AMttu. Nm fork
Carneale Hull, 'Mil. tfieriiiMin, at '.';.'I0.
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l arneale Hall, Tile.. Aft., Dec. 13, at .1.
CKI.I.O VlltTI'oso Melnxay I'lano.
l urneale Hall. Wed. Atl.. Itec. t.1, at 3.
AKOI.ItN HAM.. TO-MliHT al Ntl..
eitllan Hall. Mun. All.. Ilec. II, at :i.
Tlrkcis al ll" onii-n nr W'OI.KSOMN
lll.ltK.MI. 1 W. :n HT. rilrlimay I'lann.
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To-da) 7. fldello. Kurl, Maaon; Si'inliarh,
llraini, llnrltt, Wnll, HiKs, (.'(mil., llodantky.
lo-lllslH l h.lS. Shi. I'erfe. Ma nan
lscaul. .Mull". Prrinl; ('arn.o. Uo l.uca,
Hettiirola. Ilada. Itiel. I nnd,, Papl.
I MIS HII.N KAK... H :m. NIC to 1 1. Ml. men.
AHH W AI1NKK I OM T.HI . Marie llap.
RolilJa(guel'rlu.Kii.Orrh "on., Ilaarman
eat Mon. at 1.1. Iphlienla. Kurt, Humle
llii.;reinlarh,VNill.llriin. I'ond. Ilirlaniky,
Wed. at b.l.V I'earl Klahera. Ilempelj Caruao,
On I .m a, llolhli-r. I'omt., Pnlaii'o.
Thura.. at 7 II. Ithenirln. Itappold, Otter:
l'rl at. K l)iiihli. IlllUl aiallerla Itilatl-
ann. hurt. Prrinl: Dotta. t)e l.uca. Koll'd hy
Haallarrl. Miiiloil'aruK), A mam. Cin.,l'apl.
Hat. at a. eMenie. Alda, Maaon: MartlaalU
Bcottl, Uldur, Secured. Coud., Papl.
UARUMAN PIANO UBRIJ.
delphia. Her marriage took place In
1896. There were no children.
ALFRED A. COWLES.
.tnaonla Cloak Campany'a Presi
dent tllea In Ilia Apartment lle?re.
Alfred A. Cowlcs, president and treas
urer ot the Anaonla Clock Company, ono
of the largest manufacturers nt time
pieces In the United States, died yes
terday at the Apthorp apartments,
Broadway and Klnety-elghth street.
Mr. Cowlca waa born In Torrlnuton,
Conn., nnd received much of his edu
cation In Paris. He came to New York
when ho was a young man nnd en
tered tho employ of tho Anaonla Clock
Company, with which hla father, Oeorge
P. Cowles, waa connected. He also be
came financially Interested In tho An
aonla Brass and Copper Company, which
he later merged with other companies
under tho name of the American llrass
Company, of which he was vice-president
at the time ot his death.
Mr. Cowles was a member of the
Union League Club and of the Clolf
nnd Country Club In Greenwich, Conn.,
where ho had a summer honSe. Surviv
ing him are two sons, Frederick II. and
Jamee C, Sterenaon,
James C. Stevenson, 78, former treas
urer of Stercotypera Union No. 1, Mun
hattnn, nnd one of the oldest stercotypera
In tho city, dltfd on Thursday In his
home, 879 Putnam avenue, Hrookbn.
He was a civil War veteran. Four
Braall Xot tn llur Hhlpa.
Wasiiinoton, Dec. 8. Ambassador
Da (Jnma of Ilrazll was advised by his
Government to-day that It had no In
tention of acquiring Interned German
ships for use In coastwise trade. Press
despatches from Itlo de Janeiro reported
such a plan.
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BROOKLYN ACADEMY OF MUSIC
To-morrow (Nundat) All., al'.lil.i I
OtlT THKA., W. a, mi., lo-inorrniv al a
ricket. '.'Trenu tn l,wi, i ni oni-i-.
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Dlr.rath.A.Banimaii. Ticket" at llns Offlrr.
Aeellan Hall, To-morrow (Nun.) 'Afl at 3.
II U O O WOLF I' It O i It A M .
fieata 80c. to 12. Mason It Hamlin Plann.
4ellan Hall, Thla Aflernnnn, at :i.
Mst. Iuiijiin Charlton. stcluway pun.i.
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robe TbM.Ttlkat Om-,
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rt'war k f.nth St.
Kieninir at 8.
TO.IMV ton TO Fi.JHV
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nonuen). - lleralil.
uni u am mm
111 lllll nf Winter Clnrilcn k Oilier Stars
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am Ola Mllli rl,liy vvc.i.
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MOVINU n,Ieet For Mat., and li..
to ninens num im- Mon.
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GOOD SEATS 50 75 & S I
BOOTH 4Sl"- vV.oMI'way. 13.
Presenting: and appearing In HllAW'3
witli HENRIETTA CR0SMAN
'H tltl.KS rilr-IIHV tlf f l . XI'ONC
-.li ::.. The "Tlniea" siiys: "Seo
It bei.ira all el.e In tin Thealr
of New Vnrlc."
J;rtiV LITTLE 'ka,,
Theatre Francais des Etats-Unls !
ItKoi isr EDGAR BECMAN
Ar.enp l.iliiln Mllh Mll.le Mar.a lllebni,
mats.thi'um.a s.vr.ats.-ao. kvk '"0
.set week GILDA DARTHY
m. LILLIAN GREUZE
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Thealrr mi Chuinii d'llniineiir A t'andlle.
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and company. Incl. Illtl i K M lt.i:, In
Come Out .h. Kitchen
"One nf the moat lellKlilfill
etenlni:. t the )far."-Mni,
Laurette Taylor ,
In J Hirity .M.iuiH-p' pUv
The Harp of Life
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OUR LITTLE WIFE
With M WMIAItKT
ml. Hun.,'.' I'iA s lill'.M.
D. W. GRIFFITH'S
OKI iiksi it or. VI.
Good Gracious Annabelle
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TleUet. r.Oc. n ;, nn ktIk al lint Office.
MuiiHKCinent It, i: Jnhnaimi, Ktulie Piano,
I'lirneule lliill, lifiiinrrnn Sim, ft.,nl.'l,
AsslMcil hy I hi
Carl Friedberg ;
(III. I.I1IMIV, Xi'i'iilllpinUl
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ll'way ti .noth St. Ktm. RitS
Malfncr. Ti-day ft Wed. 3:16.
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mm& Mat. To-day.
THE MAN WHO CAME BACK
Playhouie W. 4Sth St. .iisjfl
Oin Ola MaimcM To day & ThuM. 3:J0.
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THE 13th CHAIR s
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OIIUUI.ni Matinees To-day & Wed. 3:13
BIGGEST HIT IN YEARS
Olher .Monrr (Ircit Mii.lc.il Farca
wiiti imti.oru: .i!i:i:woor).
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LAST I JOHN TOUT rrewnt
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With a (Ireat Cant.
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THE YELLOW JACKET
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Mat Ttwliynl 'J I.V "THE FLAME"
Nctl VtcK "OAllltr LONCl-MitlS."
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WAR FIE LD Music master
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elnlck RDfJinWIY Theatre at 4lat SI.
I'll lute, anusunnl y .;ic i n ;m uv-tnai nn.
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NAZI MO VA in "WAR BRIDES"
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BOTKI.S AND RF.STACRANT. i
1 14th Street near Fourth hum
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