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THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1911.
Real Love Never Known
to the Average American,
Says Prince of Baroda.
"Men and Women Here
Change Their Minds
So Much That When
They Do Marry There's
Little Love Left."
American Women Mental
Amazons, but Too Independent-Indian
en Do Not Deem Service
of Love "Slavery."
"Tne areraffe American man and
woman live and die without know
ing what raal love is."
Tupia you have the opinion of our
affections given by rVlDCi lOSyal KbM
of the Court of BOToAs, India.
Prlr.rn l'han has . onia to America
fo study our people and CUStOtDS, Tl"
has al.o DOOM lo Study our tOUSlc, for
hs la an ardent inu.sl.ian anl ROMs,
among othni t Kiev, thai of Ten MM, Of
t'hampion Royal Musi lan to l ho Court.
The Prince has bojoa If) Woai Y irk for
some little lime and ha. hi 1 RDipIS op
portunity to observe Atnerli an IMfl and
women In their homes, tn society and
In bushier ami ivn .vver OpIntOM "f
taoni he hss formed are docktod and not
to lc shaken.
"Truly." said Prlnrp K,n. tooklBf up
from under hla long. Mack ISShOS, "I
mean ivl.at I say when t remark that
the AmtrlonH man and wom in. In ordin
ary cas'.s, do not know stoat raal 0V0
Is. I come from a c .uiutry There e do
understand ttie VgltaS "f I"... and ti
csrnparlo:i of the cull Ja l of f'le V I
la t ie two nations U a.to'it'.iiing.
Both Neglect the Home.
"In Amerl. a. the first t hit c that f'.rlk'S
an Oriental Is that the women dre
and decorate thrniaelves not for their
aasbaadSi hut for society. This Is alo
true of the me:i. Uolli I ITS for the "liter
Wcr'.d und t;"t for their own home.
Now. In Baal tad la we have n very
different state of an". Ire. TUMI MM
o;.ian dres.es for her hUfband, no:
for other men. When the BUS band dies
the Witt subdues her dre"s and almost
considers l.ersplf daad w::.i h.m. Haft
the ome:i urem to drr'. all the more
after nth a catastrophe, and wait to
"Woman nC nan in America ara
ao busy making np their tilnds and
changing them about the one they
want to marry that by the time
the; ara married there is Uttls lova
left lu their nature."
"It Is useless to toll us, who have
Otaile a study of the greatest thing in
the world, love, for tlw i.-and of 'earn,
that one can change his or bar mind a
hundred or more time-, and fet 1 a read
love for the one on whom the last de
It P. oi. otct Jealousy.
"In India nearly all of our women r
ated to understand the higher
philosophies and religion. Hut before
the m:nd can be prepared to receive
spiritual In-tructlon ni a high nature.
pgrsoool lova mut hart boon fen and
un.istuod. Love for ttltow.crtstursa
BUd for antna Individual, w. tn It ll huh
n.i great. 1 next to religion, and that
U what our men and woman leant and
that :s why the-, grow up to love One
lndivllu.il and h.iow they love, Inst
ot laving, or tlili kliiu they do, forty t
fifty, und in Uia and finding but thai
they are Incapable, and alwayl i.ivc
n, at loving any on al all.
"It v. o .;i tko many, many -ticns
to Ira n tho Ametl-an woman to
the ."tate of mind to which the Hindoo
ncinan has Off Ivsd, and oron whi . sits
rea-hed It I do not know that Khe Would
be happy. She Is not of the mine tern
paranieiu, and lier gurroundli I are, of
course, radically different, II aba
would but study love, in 111 real sense,
sad understand It from the spiritual
iide. I thin you would hava happier
hetr.es, liss dlVOTOg, fewer splutters.
"This lack of love among mon
fi...i wo'uen in AmOTlOa laais tu all
sorts of complications. It pro
motes Jealousy, from which mors
trouble a:ises than from any othor
eourcj. Jealousy promotes rest
leesueee. envy, and this termlnatee
In a lavish expenditure of niouey
oa social affairs.
"The women In the delltrht of showing
themselves and their elOthOi to society
gradually grow away from the husband
Jor whom they have, In all probability,
ne.pr felt any great love. This Is the
mon striking of all Vic i.ialltles of
American life when you speak of the
issoclatlon of American men anJ
"Hut there Is another side to your
women that Is tremendous and astound
ing. Because they are hungry for love
I believe that the women have turned
Other purposes in life, and the re; ill Is
that yon have the finest and strongest
trains In your women of any In the
world Whan it comes to business and
uflalrs of tho world.
"The American wouion ara the
Sample Free For Relief
To Prove Why It Cures
TLBAflR TRY Kondon'a
I catarrhal sore tr.ruat-or
trout 'ti 1 j int. pure,
ml fcpceully curat. Don
35.000 uriiKit'lstknr write us
KondniTt (In sanitary
rtnuiT u oil 01 ini ui 1 no i t 11 . kiKunniaf, i, - ot k "
wtll Into (he nasel passaires. Take a tmall por-
tloQ internally, imvuiv in
tslbl. rub the throat well
nd almost instant runoi. et a i'
i o( your dructfltt or send penny
Kondon Mffl Co, Minneapolis. Minn.
I M' ATA;: '.VA TV uS3
il Amazons of .he world to
day. The Amnions of .-ld donned
armor and f oe -'.it for their country
on tho fields of .att'.e. Tho women
of America arc flfrUtln? in the fields
of labor, of mind and of business,
and now Sit undertaking the meat
dlflawll battles of all, that of poli
tics. "Tl.ey ;,r, w m mora than one
lattle already and made ihe men yield
and continually they are growing
ironger and sirnnKT If the WOgagil
of this country do nrt know how to
love they know how to fight, and If
they devote 1 .is m 1Q time to Itudylng
the art of loving a husband an1 a home
they would hava made just as tTaat
success iii thai U they bars In busi
ness. Love Lost in Changing Mind.
"The American woman is now,
and always has been, far too fond
of her independence to submit to
what she has termed the slavery
of love. In India It Is the woman's
delight to do all that ebe can to
make her huaband'a home a place
to which ha levos to come, and In
i which he la happy.. Sho does not
ccuslder the servlcee of love a
slavsry, It is her greatest joy In
life to add to her husband's happi
ness, "I think lucre are fewer mnrrlags
In your country to-day, and fiwer happy
ones, hecaue love Is continually da
creasing, ;.ni not only thaL but whan i
woman used to change her mind f" ir r
five limes before '- settled in the selc -lion
of her h'j'ihand she now thinks
nothing of changing it some forty or
fifty. With this method you can never
y real !:appin. and this la. k of
I ve and striving to accomplish some
tiAUg In its place Is doing us much to
pr IV te the mental Mr.-nath and make
her n good lighter in the battle Meld of
buslnt ii as anything else in her life."
It You Haven't 1'iierl Parisian Sage
You Don't Really Know What a
Refined Hair Dressing Is.
It Is Also a
m one in i it you
want your half to
$ r ci w luxuriantly
and display to I hi'
world n wealth ol
lustrous hair tlmt
iparklci with life
and radiates with
beauty, et u .ti
cent bottle ol Par
isian bags today,
hat i very wo
man ami every
man wauls first of
all it cleanliness
Parisian Sage will
drive every bit nf
dandrufl from your
sculp, will stop the hair from falling, ami
make your scalp immaculately clean, or
your money hack.
Parisian Bags is a daintily perfumed
hair preparation that penetrates into the
hair roots, drives out every particle of
riianaan and gives nourishment mid vigor
to ihc roots.
(ease usini! ordinary commercial
tonics and giva I'arisiiiti Sage a trial.
sold by Hegemso & Co, and druggists
every where and is guaranteed, tiirl with
Auliiirn hair on every carton.
with mr compliment, for
cldt or any c.turrnai
quick to stop distrcM
t deluy. rM by over
for free butuple.
tube) irlves quiitc relief
tne tnroat ,n h
with the Jelly-yuu'll
- t or wc tuoe
pottal lo us lur
RUINED OWN HOPES
Joke, with Governor's Help,
Beats Machine." Which Will
Be Resented. Says Ex-Sena or,
K'.rnmr I'nlted S'lilo gsMatOr BdWaHl
9 Savm.. of New Jerspy and Mrs.
Havase wp.p passengers on the ClMlR
nail o the Ita.T. img-Amcrlcan line, ar-
iiving to-day. They had atn ehroad
several moiiibs. Mi. Snvim? first iue-
iion I, ihe neWapanar paes . "Who
has been e eotSd Henat ir from New
Jersey? r. r more tlian a week I have
I en trying u, find out thnt one tlilnR "
When the newgpagssr man akatehtd for
him briefly the details of the dght I-
tlie LagtSiaturS at Trenton by which
lames 0, Martina, with Gov. Vfoogron
Vyilasn'i iKip, defeated his former eats
ague. Jamts Smith jr.. Mr. s.it.ige
s aid :
"A joke rnsu agatftai a maehine and
the jokt, With a reform (lav. mor s
help, ben, the machine! I'm sorry.
Thrre Is n section of our laws which
prohibits the Oovarnor from Inteifer.ng
With thi. prer igalUes and fun tlons of
ttie Mglaiatura, and our new Governor,
II 'e.us, promptly proceeds tn violate
i hiii law as socn i- takes t lie oath of
"Well, in my Opinion, he has utterly
destroyed alt chance of gdeurUkg the
baoklng Of his own Htnte In the pae"
for ihi. I'resl.lentinl nomination nex'
year. Ills defeat of Smith Is sufe to
entagonias the ow Democratic leaders
of New Jersey. They Will resent his at
tempt M dl tate in iii- whole party.
n i wanted a pair "r ahoas j would
go to shoemaker. If r agmted a hat
1 would go to a t store, and If I
wanted something dune along the line
of public government. I would go to a
p:u itlcal poUtlel an- a man who has
husliiess und ii study of tho
f government, i wouldn't so
Will place on sale To-morrow
An Importation of Real Madeira
Hand Embroidered Unens
At One-Third Less Than Actual Values
Dresser and Buffet .-carts,
Luncheon Cloths, at Jl 1.75, 13.25, 16.50, 27.50
Afternoon Tea Napkins, Dot. $3.90, 5.85, 6.25, 7.50
Finger Bowl and Tumbler Size, Doz. 3 .75, 1 .95, 2.40
Doyleys, Plate Size. Doz. 3.25, 4.75, 5.50, 7.95
Luncheon Sets, at 4.50, 5.25, 5.90
Also French Handmade Renaissance
Lace Trimmed Linens
Centre Pieces, at $ 1 .25, 1 .95, 2.50, 2.95
Dresser and Bullet Scarfs, " 2.95, 3.95, 4.25
Tea and Luncheon Cloths, " 2.50, 3.75, 3.95, 4.90
in their Greatly Enlarged
Bedstead and Bedding Dep'ts
Seventh Floor, Now Building
Brass Bedsteads, at 12.75 io 48.75
Pormerl) 816.00 to 63,oo
Enamelled Bedsteads, at H.78 to .15.00
Hormerli $6.50 to $21.50
Upholstered Springs, at M 0.00 to 16.50
Formerl) Si2.5o to 21.7.S
Woven Steel Springs, at $3.50 to 6.75
Formerly S.5o to s.oe
Special Black Resilient Hair Mattresses,
3ft, 12.50 4 ft. 17.25 4 ft . 19.75
Formerly $15.00, 20.50 and 24.00
14c, 17c. 19c
25, 33, 39
58, 73, fc7
Bolster ( !ase i,
Blankets and Comfortables
At Greatly Reduced Prices
Single UeJ Size. Pair '3.00,4,60
Blankets Double Bed Size, ' 4.70,0,00
Extra Large Size, 0.20, 7.45
Comfortables, Double Size,
Figure J Silkollne, Plain Borders, 2.70
I'rinte.l Japanese Silk, Plain Borders, " 4.V5
West 23d and 22d Streets
to n rrformor. NO I ths reformer,
tiring ii ra.ik ainatiur. I" altno.t T ihl
I In kI;i .iking serious blunilcrl right i
"Gov. Wilson I. one of thin scViool
Snd I don't nplluve ho has an cinlily
6hM I HOW of bpn thp next Liwno- I
cratle candidate for I'rr.lden:.'
THAW LOSES LAST CHANCE
OF LEAVING MATTEAWAN.
Court Dbmilttl His Appeal from
Ruling That He Was Legally
at.ii.wy. veil : -Harry k. Thaw's
appe a from the daemon of the Appelate
Division adverse to his contention that
le h t.eina Utaghsll) iats nad in the
State Hospital for the Insane al Mat-
tea wan, has ipmi dlssnlasd ; the Covri
of vniieals. This practically sweeps
gway htl last hop,: al release.
Mrs. ThaW In her petition to the court
set forth that she believed "thai the
health ami person of her son Is In con
stant danger" and SOUgSM his release
! ' .hisp of the 'unprecedented end In
human treataneni or n sane, acquitted
mini in an Institution for the criminal
in ana," Thaw's noun eel stated to the
court that he had ptacli-ally entered
Into a stipulation with the Attorney-
General that the appeal might be dig
ml-scd and tlmt the Slate was mtilled
to ihe costs. The remittitur dlamlSSMg
I .e appeal was sent to the Altorney
DOLLARS WILL DO
at the closing out
sale of my stock.
and Suit is now cut
to about half its for
1439 Broadway, N. Y.
at 18c, 33c, 48c, 75c
65c, 85c, 95c
at 85c, 1.45, 2.95, 4.50
J.95, 2.75, 2.95, 4.50
6.45, 6.95, 7.50, 10.50
& Bolster Cases
20ct 22c, 24c
34, 42, 48
68, 82, f,8
DROPS DEAD AT THE ALTAR.
Sudditl I )cnc of Rev. TefOdON
Vikro Rccsittri ExicuttoQ of
OfATiAr.A.rAUA. M.-xico, Fb. I
llev. Teixlor ValtfO. th CeltfcolUi
prlct wh Hflm.titntrf1 th lnt nn?ra
n.snt of th OhttfGh 10 Kmperor Mxi
m!l!lati juit teftiro hi execution t
QuorttaifOi dttd i itfdcnly in Ihi Sftfi
Krnn !li M) rhun t In lafl IaiIh Untnnl,
Mtofdlnf ii h rtport rtcttvti iy tho
lUaarttCftl fliithm It r hprr. Ur
t. rOOpd if.y it tilt 1Uaf IIH M Well
rtrhii.at f"f r nin.
A finely made and very
prettily designed dresser. The
top and fronts "t the small
drawers are selected bird's
eye maple and the whole is
handsomely finished. I he
glass measures 28x22 and is
of fine be elled plate. I he
cast' is 42 inches wide and 22
Chiffonier to match, $19,901
Inspect thi splendid dres
:er and chiffonier al either
of our stores, or mail your
order, with viir full nan e and address.
you to pay 50 cents per weeK.
No "red tape" about it.
Pay $1 fortnightly , $2 monthly if more convenient.
Collector sen! ij requested.
Every Thing for Every Room
Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Linoleums, Etc,
Curtains, Lamps, Clocks, Stoves,
Low Prices Marked in Plain Figures
On Everything in Every Department
Salesmen lo show tltr goixis, but the goods sell ihemselres.
Acres of Floor Space
$15 worth for
Payable by the month if more convenient .
We will open a" icctunf for any amount on
proportionate terr.ii. S'o limit, tmall or large
10' , Discount if You
Prefer to Pay Cash
No extra charge of an y hind.
ParK Row $ Chatham Sq.
193 to 205 ParK Row
2212 to 2224 Third Avenue (Cor. 12 1st St.)
y!zjCAf?3 TRANSFER-TO Q
LEX rv JL 9V to GOVS
4 Days More of the Lincoln's Birthday Sale of
No Extr;is. Pianoi Dclivettd OR PayRMIII "I $5.
.lit thr Wait-. lUnuin i'
1 I'-.i nrf ntMl .riut-riil wakt-itn thate l iw utattfl in th auril st sio
it, -1. d UbU ttt t-rii',' Ihi 1 in etlltl II-
To ill ifiii'liaaers lo-motmM iH ir" free uf liarac Mttli ftery piano a
PI . 1 -ilk m Hit. 1 1 ...v - - Uatl artth t ak tod a fine ruMiri Wfflr,
Highest Grade Walters Pianoi at a Saving of 33 to 50
flfiOQ Welters M.JVolf MutttlOM Player Piano Outtili lur K'JS
With VJ mil. nf Bulk waif brttffb sail safari dowa, v- atl asai,
Beware of Piano
l ..... . I- ' ism 1 form iM plai i Irauil It Ii la mark b
Imt in rasUt) it 1. tyitii.nfi ptii . 1 ii .... tsMBsnaal issao jDaauf.Lturiu lot dm ili.i.r In
ii it pulsus .i.'l ia s ilioit t .nu th. .ituu iiiiui.' uanattll UHltav
riil..l Uoal suj . caild 'aiigUllj iatsl" uUao rau prks. fai tiy ar. w..nii
l uu I ion . 1 , otli.r-.viM ...
Qm saw ttsaaaai avit.m aaaUti I mi to ,t biaci lout oWplsao foi aaa al iauti'ii pi. so,
f pon Reqt'tat . . I
Have You Tried This?
Hnpit rrpetrrlptlnti "ttltl to
'unrirr fur Rhtllt1t1 1 lain.
Thit hn ,..
ion If! f'.r yinrt
pi' ' Dai onf
wfll known o thf t'
and Ii no- ctvrn to tha
ounce ot avmp of s ,
pari 1 la cnmpoind
and nn mine a Tori"
f t hat a pint of ' d
tha othtr two li(tadl
I a tabteiap.n.nftil of thla
h mffH and at hsMl tlma.
Mfll iibIiir." Good
flrft iln-. Many nf th
Ma t n ru-r tiv tlll
hlnkry and put
tsni Into It. Tfks
ml t u re lie for ent
Stink I ha) botils
tttm- ta ire rtt tit
wnrt BUM ht '
Any itrtidfint lia
hnnil or t qtn
I I lira Ilia; i rd lat.t I on
kl v t thm from til
50c a Week
and we wi
Open Saturday Evenings
25c a week
Douvn, $1 a Week
1 li pre iplneiit, t
utriii-ttfrn It ti wtl
Don't Ru a Plaat In'os ll
I cars Ihc Maker'. Name
D.,kk. 1 tt. . 1. 1 t-
iuuucis miu nuuucr duois lur ivicii, wumcii, noyj
and Girls at the lowest prices in the city
AILXARS TRANSFER J70
LEX. ro 3 &LS59 fi ro 60Sn
Opportunity Day Tomorrow
The offerings in this sale are not mere bargains. They
are KM re. They ore OPPORTUNITIES. Every household
within reach of the "Store of Certain Satisfaction" should
send a representative to this great event to-morrow.
Women's $10 & $15 Coats Children's $6.00 Coats
OikhI style; orlds and ends of
tarn.. ' .1 111 krrwt.
rnra ul cloth and mls SI
lures. Sner-iat I.I 1
$22.50 Suits and Dresses
Wmntn's suits und dre.ae.. made
of line lirondrloth. chev I
iot, velvet, etc.. tortner S tZlf
y a. high a. $22.50 f .UU
Complete Draping Figures
No mail nrdeis tilled, as there are
bartly 200. Mats .12. 34, M .ih,
40 nr.il 42. Icrsev
cloth 1 overril Imst . wire S
skirt on extension
Main Fl.nr. M.rtjin Hlnr..
Library Table Mats
Silk vlout table mats lor library
table., inlors red or green.
An nt tractive mat at an
attractive price sJ7C
98c Peau de Soie
Superior grade inch peau dr
sotti a very popular and
desirable weave; ordinarily 7C
sold at OhV I yard JC
Full size kilkohnr comfort able:,,
tufted, white eOttM filled.
All show light ground.. Q
Kair value. Limit 2 . f a7C
Fleeced Bed Blankets
Cotton fleece bed blankets, white
Wttn pink and blue borders',
cover full size bed. Spe QO i
cially priced 70C j
Muslin Sheets for 25c
These ore made of good muslin, for
single beds, and are surpris
ingly good value at the spe- OtT
cial price as JC
Franklyn Lamp Outfit
Substantial inverted gas burner,
good mantle, inner
chimney and pretty
colored glass shade,
bead fringe to match ;
Men's 50c Half Hose
Of pure .ilk, made with linen heels
and toe.; blacks, tana,
grays, luvender, durk green J fl
and bordeaux M C
Women's Long Gloves
Only h00 pairs, black kid ROUS- I
qiictaire-., slightly impcr
bet: sites SHto 6'4. No AQ
iiii.il oi.l -t;, filled . T7C
SSc Shepherd Checks
Uliiik;iinl white, a very popular!
check, for Oppoit unity i
Day thi price is. spciiul, VfJ
49c Dress Plaids
A splendid assortment of plaids.
most suitable lor t.luiuT'-n
dresses; lor Opportunity
12Y2c Turkish Towels
Qood quality TurUsli dath towels,
dtCtSlVOly under regular
market prices. They will 3
all go in this sale at . . 1 4
Linen Kitchen Crash
All linen kitchen crash, 17 inches,
wide, red lionlcr. Not more
than 10 yards at price
Linen Table Damask
Scotch linen table damask
inches wide; full bleach;
prudent housekeepers will
iuy in a reserve; yard. . . .
Large Dinner Napkins
rnzed ninnri napkins, large
22x23 '. neatly hrm
A aunuliifl hsMstiln
i il price
Fur Sets at
l.a',t days are near,
( .trai ul Pa if 11 10 no
tiriin n anal Mali a on
rVrlan Pav Hall M 00
agulffal fao Itati a on
III i, . M nil Wat. I no
in K i. i j iii Mali i.i on
in. H k i , in isali .i'. no
vi. iii i no
li k.i I in Mali loo im
I f. ill
i , ti
. i 'mi
.III IIIIMIM.II U i s :
Conservatory SpecialiFresh Meat Specials
I'll iii r
flu w er
a nil liilil
A a I a a
H - .! Mill il III n I'll,
II d c ll ha In i ml ailill llif
Mutter ....... .1
r "a tr D 1
This is a group of children's gar
ment., made up from
hrokrn lot.. All good SO QC
ttyttt. Sizes fit" 14 ,.fO I
Women's $2.50 Skirts
Odd. and end. of women's skirts.
made up in Panamas,
etc. These are a bar SI I fl
gain at the price l.lw
sgc pretty Centre Pieces
24-inih hemstitched centre piece.,
1 '.il in .iti ilniwuwork de
igns; a marvellou.ly low
price for a jicetty and use Q
ful urticle . . . . 07C
29c lb- 8 Chocolates
O , UL. 1 ... -1. ' .
Regular 29c box of rhcxolates, con
taining lull net weight
pound) assortment 14 dif- i
Isrttlt kiinls. limit 2 aCtC
$1.10 Black Messaline
Rich lustrous finish, in a
grade of satin messnlinc,
.IS inches w.ue; Opportu- Tt
nity virice Mi
Fruit of Loom Muslin
This mu.lin is too well known to re
quire any comment Irom us.
It is full yard wide; limit Ol
10 yards 02C
12)ic Wash Fabrics
White dimity checks, particularly
well adapted for dainty
dresses and underwear;
worth really double
Best Outing Flannel
This is a special lot, in pink and
blue checks and stripes. The
quuhty is remarkable at the 7
low price quoted 2C
Btoaaaagilai'. taMBS Marti -""l IMS.
I Women's 50c Vests
Vests, pant, and tights in the lot.
Vests have long or short
sleeves, low or high neck. yQ
Special price afi7C
Women's 50c Hosiery
These arc .ainnles of silk and lisle
hose: in black and colors;
also plain gauze lisle thread 7
hose; special awl I
Children's 19c Hosiery
Heavy rib cotton hose for children;
in sizes ft to 10; a very good
and durable school nose, w
Opportunity Day price.
Men's 50c Underwear
Medium weight merino underwear,
natural grays; also heavy
cotton lib underwear, ecru; Vfl
all sizes. Special efi7C
$3 Taffeta Petticoats
Colored and black, with deep knee
Hfiiim-e and ruflle
cluster tucked. Our $
very special price .
$1 Cont'd Corsets
Medium bust, long hip, with hose
supporteri; sizei 18 to
30; Opportunity Day CO
Sale price UvC
Lawn Dressing Sacques
Pretty lawn dressing sacques, in
I'crsian designs, small
round collar, finished with
Men's 1 5c Half Hose
An excellent quality, even though
the price is low. These hose j
come in solid colors and fan-
cv ulku dots. All sizes. . . lC
o take advantage before the opportunity .lipj by.
1 Don't Miss It.
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Black I ) ill Hall laS.OO
Kill In, Set. iihiiiii .in. uu
iaantlful Mink Heti . i'.'.'i 'in Si.fta
Kilter i ro.. lu, Hals, loo nu tt.im
Mai ural Usher Hals. .. .170.00 ss.SS
Uaiiui Marlea Hrls I.Mi ihi li.sS
it 1 1 i . 1 1 Hablr Hals 1 11 Iti.ss
lUrk till sail AO IHI tt. SS
III i I. Fill .Il ls ISO (HI III II
For Tu-uiorrow (.Wednesday).
I i'i,'iii iii. of l.suib, with all
phops, lb.. 1 .r.
i jit, l urned Fill' gibi, 'lie.
S lb.. I. suit fur .la., 'ic.
line fries. rr t liltkriia. lb., Il'je.
Bloorolsgdalet', Lex. 10 hi ac , Win lo 001b St.
BhomintJalti , Lex to 3d Ave., Wth lo 60th St.'