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GOIRG TO SMASH IN
THIS TORRID WAVE
South Breeze Saves ToDaj
From Early Promise of
DROl'dllT Ul. DANGER
cumulation in nil nt U iWr-s. Th
IM prrlnfl of heat was PTa tlcaJlj from
May I tn thn Mid Of tlio lunnlli. the M
mirN being exceeded "n MUh lay from
May is to II irx-iuiiva.
Tin' praatM eltuatsra is, however,
miirii aiors aatloui from lira standpeint
Sl ;i poa I la Stater i.iir. ne INH In NNb
beceuee of an extraordinary period of
aroiiKlit practically for the pn.st ix
Wctfr Shortage Very drrioua.
"This li vary serious under I ha pres.
cut DthtflllOM of w Vork enter
Supply," Mid Mr fear, "iO SeHOM Unit
tin iPtrles printed s far have fallen
short of the mark. Tiie yenr's Shortage,
ol rainfall up Id ilatp, atenit IM ltiche,
In Itself represents el 10004 a flood f
predpttsttd m mm stmni, ami the 13
IhOhaa shortage since May last would
lie a QelUga In one downfall, s-hcn
conelder Met aach inch of precipitation
wowlil i ir.n Iti grolffht thirteen tons if
water fi,r 1 'i r of irrotind.
ASKS CITY TO GIVE
WHITE PLAGUE WAR
Appropriation Is Urged to
Rush Completion of Sea
Forecaster Points Out That
Rainfall is Five and a Half
Inches Short This Year.
ORDER TO TRY L.0RIMER
REGARDED AS CERTAIN.
T'.i: firther lnmn.1. of rnnsumptlon
be prevented and ura fforiiei taoes
it;i the disease in it Inetatent state,
the city waa aakod loader through the
H .'iKet Committee i appropriate li M -:'.''
for the completion ao.l f urnlsalnv of
jficx view Hogpltal lor Cong urn pit vss.
Mambara of the fltata CiwNMea Asoe
t a'lon ami of tha Comm ilw on the
I'reventlon of TtfOOfWUtoat! of Mia 'har
tf Oratniiat Ion Hoctety, aw well a
others' intereale.l In gtJOll Work, ap
peared hrf,.-e t'm committee nn.l 'irae 1
CharltlN 'omnilMlone'- TV'trmnnnit
also spoke In behalf of the aw Una
of t'e money ml uani (hit It he
pla'Ml at the disposal of l,a depart
men', lie I n I rnl i .. MfSf .T l.rey,
who asked lh.it no time he lost in ap.
prnprlatlnfl the money.
'We no l.maer look upon a runs itnp-
tlva aa Incurable," saM ni Lwrey, "W!
-i.i not. howr e-, do whit ate should t"
mi I ha city of this pest i ' oholara
ere mains; In OUT Dlldsl we Would
think It aarjT lax If we pcnnttteat It to
go 'oi unehe-keil.
Hi rn e have a Maoaal which can
le i. hei'kert Furthermore wa know
that .'very paraon Infantad by tubereu.
l.isls allowed to go at lime may Infe. t
Fi hi- or mora other pataona ailth amom
hi' ram aa In re-ninet.
"Wa ii"e Inataniatad the pnopiie to a
point where thay are SflUIIUI to eoma
tor treatnient. hul Whan t v coma U
.er ent. "f them mUat he la. el on the
wait In HM,"
Comptrollar Prandaraaal ked Mr
IOVOy wiiether he In- ad the .ini-
ple: nn of t . Sea Via Heepl-nl Would
h (ha heat ihsna t tat the . I'y roukt
do. thla ear, tot sulfafori Irom puttar
TranVv apeak na." SaM Mr feey,
"I th nk rhaX ll wouM have frn balWr
had i he ien Vlow Hospital rottatnKM40V
not Man underiakan on sntethlSM like
ao sxpa naive a scale per patient. Tha
Hoard of Health rarea lor ita luhar
rulools patients in imlidiniia that ...at
In aoQatpuctton i t;.m t., n por
patient Tha (fa Vlea Hoppltal .
la about 4.tm p,-r bed, out matters hne
prosraaand so far that tt la ajMotuMy
naraaanry In hum le additional money
naadad in order to it an) tenefit mil oV
the vary latae out;. alreatv -na.le.
Ihirihe ii.r.', t'ii. larae per capita
aiponaa of conatmction is not matter
for whioh the present administration
of the Department of ChaHtlaa la re
Mr. i..-vev offered in svldanaa hr
linre on til'' Need of Moan tals for
Maw iivk Conaumptfvea," sinned hy
tho ttiemhera of the rttnmlttee, ..f w hl.'ll
he la ahnlrmnfti
S. Adop l is KnOPf said Homer
the lattai mm Paafattary f the
.'hiirtfli's Aid Asao l:i'inn. also
tha arant of the aum needed to
an.i rumian tha Baa view
KILLED BY A DRUG
Louis Strum Who Kept News
Stand 'e.irs, I .ike-' ( Het
Dose nt Morphine
l"or nnrh thirty veaea IjOUil Stni'ii
hat hrpt ii naWS "land In W Itehall
tree farina tn. K'. tel. Islan., fairies
He ma MM "f the tlxiuri. ol tli Uni
tary nnd neaii exei DOmmutsi from
a roaa tiie aaj s.i Mia aftlp Bawa ra
p..rtars and most of tha Ha. ae Offlca
paopll kna.v him by name.
Lately ha had heeo aiiffetlna from S
cbroBla stoma h iraukiti aoaapiloalad
with soma aarvoua affaetloB lie alao
Borrla.1, i' t sa.d eeauaa appoaittok
had i ill doin the o!uma of his aalea
At Ids lion,.. V i n Lllnton etteef,
I Brooklyn, ha railed Ma wife, Carolina. I
I lo whom ha hud been married only
I about a PMr. and spokl a letticth early
to dai or t.io i i ..' iaBtafftatrata I
Jamas Ttahe. Bfltll WhOffl hi was
I friendly, saylna ha BtOBld like to attend
the fuflsral 1 I ' aake.1 Mts strum
to fr t.i t- k.li loo. and make blip a
.ip of ilroBfl aaffaa
W lien Mra Btnim retorned with the
lilnk her husband waa an I lalssp,
in a tnhle BjBBpaMa IBS pad waa a
aho.t of paper uior whi.-ii ha nd
li i iithleO
I am noma tn take BBBMthlnl to
make m f p I won't fo to work
to-day. ao b ava ma alone and d m t
... frtphtaBad if atay aattap
Hut lit hteathed o hea.Jv that tha
woman praaantly iisji to roiv
alarmed Hbe tried to rouaa him and
found r'ja cow. 'In t do It. ''he sent far
It tluntker, wm llvsa at Sc., TM . ,rt
itreet. bit hy tha tlma the physician
arrived Stnai waa pia: balp. Ho MA
in a f" mlnutat Ther" waa a pill bos
Ml labia containing what Dr.
(lUBIBai took to :a morphine pelleta.
CoroBafl fly si. Ian Hart una was of
. ia opinion that death had resufeB
from an a i ldental ovaadaaa if the drn
rallMr than from a BiMDIdal purpuaa
tttrviin waa flftg BSVaa vara .Id
"Before I began using Casearsts I had
a had cumptaaion, pirn pie a on my face,
and mi laoi was not digested aa It should
have been. Now I am entirely well, and
Ihe pimpleehaeeelldiaappeared from my
face I can truthfully asy that Caacarete
are Jnat as sdvertiaad. I have taken only
two boaaa of them."
CUisncs R. OriOia. SlieriUao, lad.
Blaaaaal PaMUMl. Peteei. Telle fe.
tietoa Nawr aetkap. Waaseaoc Urtps.
... is. vw i a i,u. Tseaeew
ina uMat ; ' ' C. UtMcaatssa la
'XTnre ta the p-ea'eat exroheit of
llfe'a eompaBMttOBa and also the surest
proifnostl :ttor of dancer to the BBftB'l
Inhahltnnts." aald PhllosOphar .tamea M.
sar, Dtatrlct P'oraeaatar. apaaklBg of
lha weather to-day In h!a eyrie on top
of the Wllltahsll BulldlBgi nn.l that N
one reason Why tha pre it month haa
hen the hottest nnd drleet for eight
ysr sln.-e the re' mil -breaker of
nnd shl h, If preecnt eOBdlllOBa con
tinue, threatena to set a May h!h mark
of Ita own for t'rr..lr, and droiiam. i
And v)iiie iBuna Natura'a m ent lav
lab dlapensatlon of CBlorld mBBM In It
eelf only more or lea. parBOBBl 4lBC0m
fort for New Yorki ira, ehe Is neverthe- 1
leas argviBg a vary real danger s.n.ii
when she polntj. out that the rainfall
alnce Jan. 1 la already 1.47 Inches abort j
Of the normal, und fur the year etnee
May last la 1? W in' iea below what "t
should ha-e been.
"If this coittjnuea much lonzer. tn Vlawl
of the actual water ahortagg now in the'
ragarvolra BUpplMnn tho nty, Mr S-ar
slid, there will be Imminent ganger of a
water lamina auoh aa New York haa
never . xp. rlBB lad."
RevertlBg to the eompanaatlona of
life. Phlloaopher I ar polata out that
wa had practically no spring nt all una
w ore our heavy flaBBata nnd over' oata
right up to the brink of Mav. Nature
la bow inaklna up for thia, the weather
d.spenaer d.-. l.ir.'s, on-1 the l ouipi sa
on cornea in 'vhen yve .Kinelder that
t lere litis been Just that much leas
a ear nd tear on our nover-flt union
underwear and lhai 'he nnn mi spring
fever, with ita irrltatlBg halluelnatlona
Of t . ;t dangling bef .re our eyi.a, eame
i imif a month later than uauaji
Vind Saves Ua To-Day.
. o'oloek to-day tie temperature
... dacreea, but n' 1.10 t had Jumped
i Then, shortly before I" o'clock,
a brisk aouth wlBd apraap up a'id it.
ill g sweipx from off the ocean sent
trie mercury tuntbl ng down to To at
noon Therefore, yeatarday'a high mark
of M degre, a remain.' I an the WBrmeat
if t:.e year,
t hi a tad speii promises to be
hmg suatalned. The temperature ha"
. ly ben above normal aln.-e May
'i.e aernie excess of -.oiiajry sine.-
la Polkttd RtMinWl Demand in
Senate and DtUingttain Urges
WIAJnnXOTON, May 2I -When the
S. ; at.' s..l-.n WSI beeTUB this afternoon
Kennt ir La r'oiiette reaumad his ggsjaoti
..n the Lesrlmaa aaaa. There was a big
attendance of Hcnnt rs and apect.tt.rs,
nttrft. ted by the poaalblHty of a vote
oil the qlieattOfl of t.leilng I new IBS
veSUg'iilon of the Illir.o a StatSBSBBn.
ihi.t 1.. inner a .old aataan he placed
on ttu raok was t;.e practlcmlly uiimi.1
moua optnioti of Senatora.
LaKollette, noaravar. by preasmg mt
lera. Insured an Investigation, in order
thai tlnre should bo no appearance of
reflection on the committee which con-
d i"ted the iirat inQulry. the Chatrmaa.
Dillingham, (Rep Vt ). Introduced n
aubetttuta for the LaFollatta raaalii
Hon. directing thai mmlttee to Inv. a-
tiante Lo rimer i election.
KILLS HERSELF AS SON DID.
KRANTOSfi Muy -Mrs. tph Ti
C. W'hii nr-, nno uf th mot i'rin:
Mllt women f tM nctton, k!l!d hr
Wt bf li'K'ttnpt, at her horn, in We.t
Mm ffleld to-lay. unlng thr Mttlt
voivi r t::i which !ir nri (ttirvrf ktlle-l
hlfltMlf ai hf!r . i.nwr horr.- t "ry-
t.il l.k tu 1 1 ;iiii H
In t mta .:,!
ittd I h.f r.rf ov
a as iin bM ra Mi
By Comprf IMd AJr
n Pire-Pnxif BuiMmff.
Tor Hpusrhold Oouds.
T.M. STEWART ,
430 442 WEST 51 U ST..
RING UP3V7 COLUMBUS i
O'NEIL'sS LPHOLSTLRING CO.
81 K. BM t.; pboftt Ptll 'rin
5-nr. ilalP Ol iHf to order.
u.ii i.n.i n, hi itid
i atinihfc 11 in Imp.
NWi M nieiitar
, t ,
-uiwva V a r 1
America's Greatest Furniture House!
'n vb l i-b
4&nipij 3Gtn St
Brass Bungalow Beds, vSul
Therfc ar'1 the must
popular Brrfnft B e cj
Novell ic lor Bunpulow
or C'ottue Beilroomit,
and nrr rqunlly nfipro
priat r for any city room.
Kr ell tnt rotii PUC lion ,
with maic t v o-iru h
pott, heavy cro-m rails
at haad anr) foot. Very
I. w ,. flat mount., )Uj
in he in tltameter.
This bod in .1-. strong as
any bad on t hemarl-t ,
an u finelv ron.
structrc! in details. Bright or latin Knlish lacquer finish. $
Its actual value is $7.25. Special for this salis only, at
Continuous Post Enamel Bed
Very populnr ami at
tractive iityle, with
heavy laueks, aulislsn
tinl fillers head anil
foot, with large orna
mental i ' ills; every rle
tail of conn rucl ion
perfect. Uet white
enamel fit.ii h. A I I
ieSj vulue S.00 tpi-
A Great Sale or Feather Pillows ;
ally worth $1
der the most sani
tary ondit ions -from
are durable A. C.
stripes. Size 18x25
i , ', i, i. - ; 1 ft Q 1 17.50 lo 10 Deposit
nli. Ij 1.0'J a Weoh worth t , I .--J t vl .50 a Va;c!i
; uii-i'b v. t .
Mil .nn Purchases
Sinjle Stump. A
Aiter 12 o'ClocuJ
You Can Shop with Comfort and Economy in the Gimbel Subway Store
The latest nnd most improved ventilating system yet devised supplies thoQSSnds of cubic feel of pure fresh air every few minutes. INnverful pumps brinf; thirvur
from outdoors throunh a curtain of cold water, Disking it clean, fresh and pure. In o .her words, msldng this Subway Store cool and comfort ible.
Coats and Dresses for Misses
and Women at Decided Savings
More Big; Values from Our
White Sale of Undermuslins
yr? , w -7
rr m-miii i. f
1 -. yj iHI M rsMaa ri, i
a m 'i i iter? Let
i ' I 29i BJBHU k . :! ilF'.
Night Oowns of nx'i iiainvink.
with yoke ol allow rmlriii(ier', ils"
mnny other Rood atylaa. laaa or am
broidery trimmed, at 86c.
Corset Covers of nainsook, with
yok of atnbroidary, niso iinwiTH,
hea or embroidery trlmmad, tt 38c.
Long White Petticoats o! food
eambrici ' 60c.
Dreisitig Sacties of lawn, in over
B dozen iluinty Itylaa, ut 38c to 60c.
TercslM Hotisp lit esses. Dutcb
neck, trimmed with plain enambray
of contrasting eolora, A dret" wa
run hardly m.inufacttira fast enough
to supply the demand, at $1.
Extra Size Seersucker Petti
coata, with sectional und plain
flouncae. at 06c.
SUk PettiroLts of tuffeta und
niennaline, pliati-d or tucked, btaek
und coloya, ai II.
Subway Store, Balcony
' ' in-.29a'
The Best Offerings Yet from the White Sale of
Sheets and White Goods
$7.76 and $8.75 Frocks and Dresses at $5.60
A dozen or more Rood models (one illustratwl).
Tho materials are dainty und just th- good wearing kin Is you would
purchaae to have mad.- up at hjoraai Including gingham?, chambrays,
tissues, lawns, batistes and marquisettes Tho variety of patterns nnd
colorings is even wider; some of them aro stripes, chacka and plaids; hIso
plain colors, in the wanted shades of blue, pink, lavender, ro.se, coral, sago
green, tan, as well as black and white. All size; from 32 to 42, with
special sizes for small women. Regularly $7.75, $.75 and more, at $6.60.
All-Linen Coats at $6.95
45c Seamless Bleached bheets,
28c. Blse before hemming, 64x90
In.; for snn;ie beds.
60c Bleached Sheets, 30c. Size
before hemming, 71x90 in., center
seam; ! In. hems.
7Ec Seamless Bleached Stents,
60c. Size before hemming, M-X'JO
in. ; 8 III hems.
12' c Wenched Pillow Cases, 8c.
Si.e before hemming, 12x86 In. and
18c I, men finish Pillow Canes,
12' C. Sizi before hamming, 4'Jx.'ili
and 46x86 in.
6c to 10c Muclins, at 6c yd. In
2 to 20-yd. piece.; bleached and un
blaachedj 36 and dh In. wide.
$1.26 Crochet Bed Spreads, 86c.
72M in ; hemmed ready (or us';
gooii Marseilles pattama.
$2.25 Crochet Bed Spreads,
$1.60. 74x86 m ; extra heavy and
$3 Marseilles Bed Spreads, $3.
7tixMi in.; satm-tinish; handsomu
new pul terns.
$1.25 Summer Comforters, 86c.
7 o a 7 ; in.; covered wnh aUkoiinoj in
giMwi daaignai filled adth n hite cotton.
He t o 12 c White Oooda, 6c yd.
2 to 10-d. piaaggj including 40in
Paraian Lawns, Uli in. r.aittina ( 'las-ks
mid Nainsook, LIT in. Sliidras and
SwistMw and many others.
15c to 18c figured and Dotted
Swisses, 9c. 75 good patterns; '11
to Vi in. wide.
16c White Paraian Lawn, 10c yd.
4U-in. wide; only 6,000 yds. nt tin
18c White Crinkle Crepe, 12 ' ,c
yd. 27 In. wide; much wanted for
Summer dresses and underclothes.
$1.16 English Longcloth, at 76c
piece. 10 yds. to the piece; 'ifi in.
wide; soft chamois finish.
Subway Store, Lower Floor
Like illustration, A
tailored modal thai promises to he
decided favorite; aemifttting. deep sailor collar, trimmed wnh soutache
braid. The Upon ia good weight, natural color, and will Wear and wash well.
An exceptionally good-looking Linen Coat, at $6.96.
600 Wash Dresses at $2.95
One like illustration) ten other equally attractive style-, ol such dosirable
fabrics us lawn, ginghams, percales, muslins and cotton foulards; well made
and neatly trimmed with net, lace or embroidery. A great, variety of the
taaaon'a best colors und patterns. Sitae ui to 44, at $2.a5.
$3 Wash Dresses at $1.95
Of good quality percale, in the popular black-ntid-w bite coin spot pat
tern, finished at the neck, cuffs, waist and bottom of the skirt w nh black-and-white
polka dol l ands of the same material; well made, with three-quarter
lleeVei and low neck. Sizes lor small, medium and large women, at $1.(16.
600 Wash Dresses for Misses at $2.90
The illustration shows the dainty, attractive style, but not thn
pretty colors and patterns. Six dainty models of good lawn, i: ly made,
With square neck and prettily lace trimmed. About a dozen good colors
and luttirr.s. Sizes 11, lti und 1H. An excellent little Dross, at $2.90.
Girls' $3 to $4 Sample Coats at $1.75
Sizes H to 14 years; many styles and a variety of materials. A remark
able offering, ut $1.76, Subway Store, Balcony
Men's Crossett Shoes at $2.85
Samples Regularly $4, $5 and $6 Pair
95c Poplin Silk, at 68c Yd
."fi in. wide and the right weight for Summer coata and draaaaeiin pink,
lavi nder, maixe, pctich, myrtle, old rose, gray, rati da, brow n and cream.
CCc All-Silk Crepe Pongee, 40c Yard
The toft draping quality warned this season, a tnllu heavier than creif
de chine; in light and navy blue, coral, maize, heliotrope, champagne, reseda,
gray, brown, old rose, cream, black and other colors; 'Jl in. wide, usually
60c 'yard, ut 40c. Subway Store, Lower Floor
When we took over t h stock of ( Iroaaatt'i Broadway
store, a few weeks ago, v.e arranged lo sell his sample
1,000 Pairs Crossett Sample Shoes Now
And you know them' samples ure actually
finer than the regular lines.
Black and Tan, High and Low Shoes,
in u wnle variety 01 ins ppm new tt
Sample sin s, mainly 8 to 7 1 1 and A
and B wait hs.
A wonderfully g 0d chance tn se
cure Ana Shoos d you find your style
and size in tins collection of a. to
and $ Shoes, at $2.86.
Men's Tan High and Low Shoes.
in nil sizes and widths, from anothe
good maker, regular 4 bin- . ut $2. hi
Summer Hose and Underwear
Men's $15 Pencil-Striped Serge
Suits at $10.50
Blue or black serge, in fine, medium and wide
Wp wurotl 1,200 of then fine Suits at 'v ay under price.
Sonii'lxxiy Iota numey or worls for nothing , und you stre
on, mim irjjni weignt, toe latest
rJL---aaa4 three-button 'model, tailored and fin-
f? " 1 "' B ''1 class manner; 88 to
'J J U- T f)" '" Cbaal mensure, in regular.
stouts und siuiia. Sli p on one oi these
coats. Vuj will tii.d it worth while
I )tM 4wHL A 'air I'""-'1' 'oese MnU would lie
4' '.gt air, ,. , .... i i
- 1 w . , , . ., UU, I ii.-iii llljlll
i.uo an all BdM at (10.60
Yout hs $7.50, $8.50 and
$10 Suits at $5
A great collection of good ulyles,
but broken lines. Srzes fil to .is m
the lot. atai you urr pretty sure to
tine u style you like. If you du, you
ge u $7.50 to $10 Suit at $6.
Boys' $6 Blue Serge
Suits at $3.60
They ure all-wool, strictly fast color
and built to wear well und give
absolute satisfaction. Kour styles
riouble-breaattedj "tot? yt-unt. pleated
Norfolk, 7 to 9 years; Bailor blouse,
5 to 10 years. Kusaian blouse, "J1 to
7 yean. Qood Suits at t8.60.
Boys' $1.60 Wash Suits
One reason for t heir immense fiopu
l.'irity is t tint they an- made from
llydegraiie" wash fabric. Tia-nthe
colors, styles and luitlerns un bright
und likuble. Kussuin Suits, 244j to 7
aars, a:ulor bkniw. 5 to lo years.
1 ,.o V axh Suit vaJue at $1.
Subway Store, Balcony
Men's Straw Hats at $1.50
Shul vour eye und mix them wil.h u aollertioil ol
J" flat'i and you will lind it hard to kout tbefl.SO
grade. Wall be gla.i to have you compare tlicm
with any 2 iluls uround town.
In four smart styles: Sennits, in OOanoof fun
Split Strawa for conservative dreeTs Milana
for the vouiiir men, in thn new Kuciuet nimiels
Mackluaws, with pencil edg.
Ail are hand-made, with fine ilk trimminfrs and
Cushion weal bunds that tit the head Perfectly. AM
heights of crowns from 2 to 8tH WCbes, and brims
from 'J 1 to SI , inches.
Altogether the best collection of Straw Hat wo
bOVa ever seen ut II .AO.
Men's Straw Hats at $1
For t ha man who llMdaridadj to pHy $1 for his Straw
list, We oelieve we nuve nere uir mi vuiue lor U1S w
money in New Vork. Kour spill.ir styles; Si niuts.Split
Straws, Milans and Miickinawn, with the pencil edge.
You'll find d hard lo duplicate them about town .it
$1.60, Our price, t. Subway Store. Balcony
:w-k. V i
WOXnan'l Boot Silk Stocklnca, n; 10c r.r., black ot,ly, with double
heels, soles ai.'l Ist, son I tlightly impel pi t, Otherwise the price would he 5n.
Wtmon'5 18c and 36c EtbbedVcBtu, it 12'. 0 and 10c, size. 1,6 and 6;
in a dozen good rtyh's
Children'! "Proteotoa" Btoektngi. at ic a pr.; reinforced wni. linen
ut the knee, aole and toe, doubling tie w.ar. All size in blink, white, tun,
j a. I, und blue.
Children's Black Stacking!, at 10c tir., or .'i pans for oc.
Men'H BalbriKKan Malta Union Suits, at 60c; In ecru or white,
Men's Lisle Thread Half Hose, at lHc a pr. or 3 pain for 60C.J black
end color-. Subway Store, Balcony
Men's Negligee Shirts, at 75c.
In the patterna and eoloraithat man like. Plaited or plain bogana, coat
Style with cuffs attached, weil-mude and Flniahed, ol tine pgrcalea. Kxcep.
tionally good shiris at 76c. Subway Store, Balcony
Boys' Shirts and Blouses, at 50c
(Soon patterns and all ilaeai of madras or percale, with or without collars;
bei'i.-r i;et a season's supply at 60c. each.
Boya' Negligee Shirts, at 76c; look like men's shirts, newest patterna
anil nicely made wit.i plaited or plum bosoms. C4 al Style with cuffl attached.
Subway Storo, Balcony
Below Usual Prices
it would be bard to I ma gins any style
or v.eave of WiWi IJooda that is not here
for you. As un example of our low prieaa,
these three lots:
26c Marquisette Voiles at 18c a Yd.
Perhaps the m it fushionable fabric of
the M Baon, and the v ariety of patterns
and colon 6 splendid. Mainly jduin
ihadea with aatin itripaii In champagne,
tan, leather brown, light blue, Copen
hagen, King's blue, navy anil many
other.., as well as cream and black
28c Floral Orjandies, 16c a Yd.
A tin" sinter, crisp organdy, with rutin
stripes in dainty lloral designs.
26c an 1 30c SfiOtOh Zopliyr
Imported and domestic weavea. fi'- in.
wide, in over 7j good daaigna.
Subway Store, Lower Floor
Mude-to Order, 60c
In t :i of the aeaaon'l baa) styles, from
materials purchased In tha Subway Dress
Goods Store. Select the materials from
ourgrcut itock of colored and black lin
pritei . ai l)8e to 11.60 i id. for ins a
All-WOOl Stctr.i Sc;gob, 40 in wice
oil:.;-! tic yd.
Or 60- ai. All-wool Panama, in br wn,
i.luck and other oolotii at c&c yd.
Brass and Iron Beds, Mattresses, Springs Under-Price
This White Enameled Bed. Sprint; and Mattress
All Three Pieces for ffd .75
An attractive bed, with a rein
forced woven wire spring and cotton
top mattreas; any size you desire, and
we believe the best value Vet offered
Whita Enameled Iron Beds,
$5.25, plain or daooratad panels, all
'6.60, i mpire dei ign.
h heavy bra
top roil, all
This $16 Brass
Cotton Felt Mattrosses. $7.7C,
in one r two parts.
Mattresses, $6.76, with cotton
layer top und Bottom, tilled with
Canadian fibre, in one or two parts.
$16 Cotton Felt Mattresses, $e,
made with 11 layers of pure white
cotton, heavy hand-otitched roll edge,
with art or Colonial ticking; 0M or
two parts; In all sizes.
40-lb. Mattresser. 111. 16, I ll
v. nh boat South America horse
l air, exceptionally wall made, one or
40-lb. Mattresses, 111. '26, filled
with mixed horso hair, we! made,
one or two parts.
All-Steel Cots, $2 76, with Im
proved ( 'olumbiu spring.
Subway St ore,
A l.c.u y, h.n.'h'ina . ma-.-ive i!ras
lied, with I'm. continuous nits,
hi ivy tilling rods snd Irimming, all
i' rbl "It; i; a $10.80.
$10.26 Brass Beds, $7 26, olonial
design, 2-ip. posts, in all sies and
$14.60 Brass Beds, 111.76, 1 post
Colonial design, extra heavy con-
t ruction and ..il sizes and Hniahee.
$18.76 Brasi Beds, $16.76, high
post Colonial design in all sizes and
$2:' 50 Brass Bed. $17 60, J-iti.
eontinuoui p ! . with 7 heavy tiller
rods, in all sizi - and Hnishai .
$22.60 BrSSl Beds, $18.76, Kith
Ilia i' ipulur square pot and t idler
rods, m ah ilxei anil tii.t.-he.
Mllitsrv I aitl. aA.OA. with Minimi
Steel fraue' ai,l uuruble white canvas mu:i,'"r ' ' ,:,Vt"t ""'
cover, fold compactly, will pack m $2 Feather Pillows, $1, 24a30 in.,
B trunk, easily carrien. A. C. A. or other good tickings, we!l
$2.26 Heavy Woven Wire Cota, tilled witl, sterilized, thoroughly sanl
$140, ...tr"'. wooden frum.-, with tary feathara.
head and loot aupporta to keep tin- Other PiUowa In atoek from eoct..
ii. aureus :! place $3.60.
$i Columbia Spnnzs, $2 26,
a ivj stei frami and constructed in
a arieiy ol i'.is.
, now lie sq. jn
, now 22c v. yi
, now 3oe an. vi
Cbuia and Ja:)au Straw Mattings
in a good Variety of patterna:
Full Holla. Hal: K .1U.
Regularly t'i. now $4 Now $2
Regularly $7.u, now $o Mow $3
Regularly ,Ujv, $6.60 No $3.26
Hegularly 110, ROW $8 N'ow $4
Fibre Matttngn, 1 yard wide, in
several good designs, regularly SOC, at
22c a ya.
Printed Linoleum Remnants r tn
1 to 20 iquara .irds each, regularly i, (e,
now 16c to Hoc d . according tn
size. Bttbway Store, Lower Floor
At Very Little
Porch Screens, complete with cords
4 ft. w l ie. 40c.
i ft. wide, 70c.
H ft. wide, 00c.
10 ft. Wide. $1.16.
18 ft. wide. $1.36.
n navy. I i.-."ii and
Store, Lower Floor
k v i na r . ire
vv bsw' ia. m ML AwsfJL V
I )ust now
id for man;
.. le, $1.80.
I rll ;; walls i
; rcd, .
THIRTY-1 HIRI ST.
Ysi'' v idc Burlap, mud wi
and Rnora ol SummiM cottages, i
bre. t,, grew . blue . Oc yd
Boltena Opaipie Holland Bhadei.
with guaranteed iiring rollers, in terra
ecru and bronze, regularly o0 at 32-".
Subway Store, Lower Floor
Bel re ha nuiing,
eotta, elect rio blue,