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THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, MARCH 3, 1913
18
NEW GRAFT JURY
IS CHOSEN WITH
UNUSUAL CAUTION
iquor Dealers Mid Friends
Policemen Are Rejected
by Whitman.
Damrosch Plays
New Symphony
By Sibelius
A Strange Concoction of
Sombreness and Brood
ing Without a Pro
gramme Work of a
Tired Man, Mr. Dam
rosch Suggests.
Adopting lie un.isj.il .our. of quag.
tloBln every f i in i Juror Individual!..-,
: Oetermlne iMl flttie. far duty. Justice
eJbury, 'ho SVCoOgdsd Ignites Huff n
i-nargc of the crlinin.il l)nin;h f the
Supreme Court. to-iluy r.npiinelleil the
nqiimtorinl Body whl h for the nctt
month WW MBS chSfWt ol I In' Investiaa
Hon Into ggtlOO OOlTUpUOa mid In MM
Thaw scandal.
Vot :n N tin' la 'i DM Orand Jury,
nhlcli JnstW (J iff (MMl until May 0,
mi nwoin IHi Rftl Ihf Court adoplr.1
ui expedient of taamlnlng UUtratn
MpwaMI). No man Interested, seen ps
natelv . In the liquor ntnlm-st. or who Is
' ilendly With a member of the Poll -e
linpirtmoit, wan n. Mgted,
D itrict-Altornry Whitman, who 00. OS'
oned tli Ullfintlli laid particular
it mm upon the l!inior md of hi quoa
:;onlni. It being his Intention to
.efore thlx tlr uiil .1 urv the Imtnen".
!m graft e ""ld
.md to call M(n
Drain-' Assnclatl
w
I ionnl
1.1
ex-
to nave uocoverts
IBciali of the Uauor
n, who lll ' i n.--
alleged .-vnlrallratlon
IS
the
to t
.f ex.lst graft.
FIHO MAN "HIGHER UP"
COURT'S INSTRUCTION.
Jtif . , Seahmv i hargc ain-it
poll..- ntuatlon waa a scatohlng
ntaji'latloii nf corruption and a notice
lat no fai r notion or "holding the
. itjr up to abeme" mu-i prevent lbs M
i.etnitnt and trinl ..f the mm higher
H." In fiai t, he laid :
"On rate occaalona you may prrrnlt
t:i accused: lo coma before real an.i
tttify. hut tiii practice i not to he
ragnmanded, and i only to be followed
wheat to nit special reason rxistt which
rnikot ;t adviaabla. it ia novot to
udo, .t. .1 linltai you mikr t elear th it
ou .1" n't coin pal th.- nttendaaoo of
tha accused
Thr worn whi h ilia Mttrlct.Attor.
ney already ha dona entitle! him to tha
ruBAdenee of tha Brand Jury, as it ha
t trendy aarnod for him thr appreclatloa
of tllr ' 'OUI t.
"it ha been provvd ttiiat paraom oon
i, r lad oflcltll) With tor Pollea Di part-
lOonl luw colic tad brlbaa from those
who an i igaftcd in vtulallng thr law.
and i . collector! bava turttod oval
a part 01 lie nionrv collootcd to (Omt
other person, who. in turn, u.i turned
n part of lha mono) ovor to aoma one
hi authority ovrr hlin. If this liu been
.lonr in cartaln diatrlcta of tha city, it
may have boon dona 10 other. These
ppMMeoa arc Intolerable, whoever tneae
persons arr who .ire engaged In thee,
unlawiul acta an. I no loattrr what thalr
oftuxai position may i.e. tbay ahouui ba
Indirtrtl and arralTnod at thr bar of
riinilnul Juotlot to aiiHwer for thtlr
rnlfjaa
"lu not allow any falae notion that,
in aapoalng a corrupt ofltcloii you may
holilinK your ctty up to ahauir to lu
Ituenrr your action In any j'tfMpe.'t. No
nliatnr ran lrfall the city or nproach
attach lo lis MUM by lirliiKinK UMM re
poiuiltU' for (hoot oondttlona to t lie bar
Of Juatlcc."
DUFFY PLEADS NOT GUILTY
HARTIGAN TO BE TRIED FIRST.
lieforx thr Wrauil Jury wa xrhclt-d
HriK-int I'rtrr J. Huffy, agalimt Whom
wra fo ind four udd tlonal brtbary In
dictment, entered a DIM of not guilty
Hirouuh Aluahiim Lovy. in. couimel, and
hi f,.OUU ha.ll wa lucreuaod to 17,000,
Duffy waa paroled In Mr. Levy' cut
tody until totnoriiiw to fuinlah thr ad
ditional hall.
lCdwarri J KoWOll .the lawyer wiio l
iruiii'tc.l on two cbarai for ulleii.'.l par
ticipation In hritiing tleorgr A. Sipp to
llao to New JotMOy, fulleii to uptiear for
pleading to-iu AaaMtont Dlatrtot-At
torncy I'lark announ.'rd to thr court
that Newell waa loo 111 lo appear, and
tha cae was fonaMiiiHj until March 17.
DtotftotsAttornoy Whitman tomorrow
will move for a ppcclal panol to try
John J. Hartiiran, allapad maaaancor of
Lnopeetor dWoonoy and Ca.pt. W'alah In
paaatng the brtba fund to 81pp. Ilartl
gin I charged with perjury. He Will
b the flrat of tile Indicted policemen to
faeo a Jury.
BY SYLVESTER RAW UNO.
M.TMIl DAMHiisi'ii. Ht the con-
ei t Of the S inphony Hoclety tit
eol.an Hal e tr.ly af lernoo.i.
inttvdii i.d. lor tiir flrt time In AnMffOBi
HboHtlO'a new fourth symphony. He
gave a prefatory talk in whit h he ald
that he did not know whether the iiu.ll
etc e WOVtd like It In f.l. t. he iddodi he
did no: know whether he liked It him
ntlf, II wa hi duly, however, he
thought, to give hi uhcrlber an op
portunltv to hear the latest work of a
OOmpOOOC o eminent.
In thl Mr. DstMTOOnh unqueationa My
It tight The MMIa la the final court'
of apti-il for a OOtttpOtor, No denuncia
tion by title could prevent the auivaaa
Of a work of which fflOObVtOVOTl an
protrOdl but an Inconci Ivable combina
tion of conductor miirht tllle geniu
Therefore, thank you, Mr. Damro h.
for your painstaking fiort by votl and
otir orchestra to jwrmt this eonrpo-
iltlon to u.
Romamborini all tbj tage and fury
that have been expended In the paat
upon Idazri o new puma in warn
who later have come to be recognlxed
as master. It would be a brave man
who, upon a first hearing, would di
:nls Mr. Klbcliu' work with a brief
word of condemnation. Frankly. I don't
understand It Ae mvatlral and wimbre
and brooding a "PtOoai and Meli
amde." It yeeni to nie; without the
Illuminating aid of a atory and tlieung
or. xliall we say, poken-worda which
help to an utidn -tanding of Debussy'
thought No programme Is furnlshrd
by the composrr. Kvery man must In-t.-nnrt
for hlms. lf. Probably Mr. Dani-
roach'a tuggootlon that the lymphony
Is t i'' woik of I tired man may explain
some thing! that to a tired music re
VltWar arr Inexpll. alile.
Arthur Hartmann, an American vio
linist who hi not played here for some
tlinr. hi rngaife tietita ,n Kumpe keP
lug him away, was the soloUt. He
was heard In the Mnaart concerto In
K tint. He ptayod with taste and dl
Unction and dloolooad a lovely tone.
Moaart'l ballot muic, writ too for "Uet
prtil rirns." wa tlie only other num
ber. It would get want attention 1f
written by a present day unknown.
Mr. Damrosch la to be congratulated
Lpon the shortness of hi programme.
It couldn't tire anybody.
lean Festival Overture," the latter 61t
ducted by Its comp.ccr. tue DOptllai
Prst "cellist of tnr on hrstra. who WtWtC
it for tiir Wot id s v'aii Bapoaltion it
ft. IaiuIs in li4
Vsayr was the star a'lta.tlon at the
Metropolitan IggdJoy n eht concert tiiat
Irew a disci iininating if lint an over
flowing audience. The famous violinist
was enthusiastically treated and re.
raUod rogghtodly until ha w-a compelled
. respond with several encores. He
piaye.l Urn. h"s Violin Concerto In D
minor. No. '.'. and the gyfflPhonlt l-
pagnolt of i.aio
The vocal soloists Weie Mme. Hernl. e
de Pasquall and Call Juern Mine I'.i"
gutfl'l rendition Of "Thou Brilliant
lilrd." by David, with flute OMIgatO,
was particularly pleasing, ttot'i she and
Mr. Joern were well rreeived FtOth
meyer conducted with OUttOtnary skill
Rudolph cianr, tlie Swiss pianiat, wa
t it soloist at the I'nllhat tnoiilc .Society'!
unc-rt at Carnegie Hall yesterday af
ternoon. He waa heard In LlMt'l !'C
ond concerto in A major, and hu gavo
an exposition of tin skill ai a player
and of hi nunleal understanding that
delighted a large audience. Mr. Stran
sky's programme included LiMthoven
"PaatonU" symphony. Moiurt'a "Cotl
fan citta" overture. IUielnlierger'1
Vision," arrangrd by A. Walter
Krainrr, the RublnatalnHarbort ' 'Kim-
riniol-Ostrow." und l.eo sJchull "Anin-
Oeorge Barret e, the flutist of the gym
plwnv rirchstra. and Krnesto Consoio.
the planit. gave a lolnt redlal at the
Belas o Theatre last nliilit. Rgeh main
tained his wall to I nod "-natation In n
programme that lomprleel BaCh't Ullfd
sonata In A major, Hrhnbert' "Intro
iluctloti et Variation Con ai tantes,"
nput 100, and a annata by (Isbrlel I'lei ne
Tlie novelty of the rntrrlalnment as
well am the sk.ll of the player appeale.l
to the tudletiee.
Dorothy Toya, gmtouncod a lonor
soprano. ggOlaMd by l.eo rtchul. the
'cellist, and Charles flii'iert fptos. ac
cnninaniat. at thr piano, gave n COOCOrl
at the BlttngO TtlaOtrt last night. Mla
Toye a,pologli!ed for not ainglng lln-
dnlfo'a tenor aria from 't.a Bohrme "
on account of hoar.ene. Insteud ahO
eubstltiited a baritone aria, with a MMMl
tone, an exhibition of f realclshne.- thai
should make Miss Toye popular with a
vaudeville audience. Nevertheless, she
eaung Miml's aria from "Ia BotMgM" In
a nianuar to Kimuiand PadgOOt,
tiVdirtg Marum. violinist, and Howard
Brorkway. pianist, gave the last of their
sonata recitals at Tlumford Hall last
night. Their programme consisted nf
Beethoven's sonata In A minor, opus 28:
Dvorak's sonatina In O. major, opus H'.
and Illrhard Htrauss s sonata In flat
major, opus It. Both players were In
gmnd form and the audience applauded
them generously.
MARTIN. HOARSE, PLUCKILY
SAVES CHANGE OF OPERA BILL.
Illrcardo Martin, the American tenor.
auffetlng from a cold that threatened to
make ne essary a change of bill at the
Metropolitan Opera Hnue on Saturday
night, plucklly tang thr part of lOnzo In
"La OlOQOndg" and saved the day. tin
der tlie circumstances his "Clelo e mar,"
the gnat aria In the tsonnd act, de
served the generous upplausn it got.
Kim my Destlnn, In the title part: Mar
garete Matzenauer, as I, aura. Amato,
at Barnatm, and De Kegurola, at A I vise,
were In fine form, and, under the direc
tion of Mr. 1'olacco, the prtsrnt season's
high standard of week-end popular per
formancat was maintained.
At tha matinee, which wat crowded at
Kiliati MggMntt I Manon" got t fine
gOrtvrgtan C, with lraldlnr Karfar In
the IIUOJ patt: CarUtOi as Dal tlilrox.
and Dlnh 1IH stid NOthMf In tha Ofliai
prin. ipnl ch.n ai ters. Ml TMMMlgl OOW"
die ting
Wa' te. Dglgfgoth a ,d the Kymphonj
oriiesira at lha fifth Young Tropl '
COWCOrl on Saluidav tflafllUOtl n '',..
tieglcHaii traced the devalopngtnl of the
t j mgnanj from HgyfM lo lha proaoni
day Mr Damros, h a mo , n.iof
even than aatMl In bit c x plana ti in of
Itavei'a "Mother OoOCt Full," whl h
epe. lali.v deliahted the many rhlldt n
In the au.lien.e. The oilier numbort
irara i Haydn, tWaihoven, fJkdMlhow-
sa. Ilaiiipenlin k and Bi ndrl
Herbert Ohi-Hlltgrh Save a ptOttO ft
vital at Aeolian Halt on Haturdsv 'ti
gggg Uial began wit I Beethoven's thlf
t .-lwo rartaUOM Oil a theme lii c minor
and inn tided oompoaillont by Chopin,
Wobar, Mendclssoh'c tvnumann, ii'
and Mlratiss Hi PlOi l.irg" audi-
met so Wall that hr wa" aumpalwd Id
add several number".
HILLES IN INSURANCE . . ....
AFTER HE QUITS TAFT 1 hlaS Llttil
PrfsktfTH's Sev relii v Will loin rinn
la Handk Kmployfrj
IJaMllty.
dntund Dvvialit of No lid Maiden
lane, the New Vot k 1 1 tpi oaOhtgtl v e of
the Kniplov n .' Liability Asturan, e
Cm. nation. Ltd, last night announced
t at Charles Dewev II Ilia PraaMani
Taft a private secretary f ir I lie last
two yeats an t ChglPgbM if the Rogllbi
1 an National L'ommlttOii vviil COW I tt
New Votk Immediately after M u ii t
and FPtcl Into purlneishlp with bltg un
der the tlrm name of DWIghi llille.s.
The firm will continue to act for the
mpteyiPO' Liability concern .
Instrumen
makrs
the
Deaf
War
I IN NKW YORK'S 1HOPPINQ ( KNTKR j
ARB
,r nfh A ni ae
Paul Dtrfaolt, lan or; William Durli'it
'.elllst; Sergei Kotsi.itsU.. vlollntttj
ottii go hill Ig. soprano; aiglamond
Htojowtkl, pianist, and thr Von Rljda
Violin Choir gave s concert at Aeolian
ii, i ,,t, Satuflav night t'ot the boncfll
of the Kami School icholarahlp fmn
.Samuel tianinri', vwmnvisi. P"l ' i
rrani Kntlaol, gavo rocitti on gaturl
,iav night at Rwnfnrd Hall thai thow id, i
at leaat, Ins technical ability and gave
pronil'e or interpt rian e ... ......
IT nthls llldll.
Pltal 1 ir IHeifsr Its i-'h i .ii
I "llete 14 state iietit tha: a seat In
the New I orb gtoch Kt langt .!
ir.i no
1 "doOi they must ni.iie their fnrgll in
' of radium daw n t bora."
Tha new and p tanomanal sound isc
ill it ACOtltllriin enables the dear to
het pei fe. tlv at home, in the offlce,
the rhutclj or the theatre for the
sound regulator parmltt you to qui bi)
a, It tst It to tnll am degree of eoutwl
ft the loud, st In be softest six
dtfTrri ni adjuatmanw Thi original
and most powerful of nil lirsrliiK aid!
over I iin.iioo satlsthsl users
convenient .md Ineanaplcuooa, a
Irlil vMII prove He In. omi. arable ef-
n let) v l ot this Ottt While It Is be-
tot- von snd rail oi WrMi for free
It I il at your eonvrtilen t
Osnsral Acouttlc Co.,
a0 Wtat Ogd gtrtst. near B way
NEW SIR!(, MERCHANDISE AT PRICES
To Interest All Who Arc Concerned in
Obtaining Best Values Possible in
NEW GOODS CORR ktTSTYL ES DEPENDABLE QUAL1 TIES
w.irM i w np
u.'k WWHDEKS
The Quickest, Simplest
Cough Cure
!:aslly sail lieaplv Xlade
Home, .lea Ins ga.
MID-DAY CABARET ItTfl FLOOIV
-14Vbr$ yA,, JLlc asurn
9
fVCrrt AVE. I9?TQ20- '3 TRsXCT.
In New York's Shopping Center
A Tremendous Piano Event !
Clearance Sale of 230 Beautiful New
NEEDHAM PIANOS
DOCTORS DID
NOT HELP HER
But Lydla E. Pinkham'g Veg
etable Compound Reetored
Mrg LeClear'a Health
Her Own Statement.
10 FIGHT
This recipe makes a pint of
...run enontrli lo last a family :
lime. You eoulilni bttV as inucli or as
good cough syrup for fot.V).
Simpl.i ns it is, il gives almost instant
relief and usually slops the moat obsti
nate cough in hours. Il is pleasant
to take -children like it. An iMWOWt
rcmedv, loo. fur whmiping cough, croup,
sore lungs, asthma, throat troiihlcs, etc.
Mix one pint ol granulated sugar with
'j pint of warm water, anil stir for
minutes. Put ! i ounces of PlM (filly
cents' worlh in a pint bottle, anil nild
1 1,. Sanrsr Svrun. It keeps iierfeetl.v.
I'inr is one of the oldest and liest i
If n own reniel lial aaents fur the throat i
menihranes. Pinex is the most valuable
concentrated compound of Norway
while nine ettract, and is rich in guaiac.a
und all the other natural healing cl
tneiit. Other preparatioas will not
work in this formula.
The prompt results from thi receipe
have endeared it to thousands of house
wives in the United State and t'anada,
which explains why the plan has been
imitated often, but never successfully.
A guaranty of absolute satisfaction
or money promptly refunded, goes with
this recipe. Your druggist has Pinex. or
will get it for you. If not, send to The
Pinex Co., Ft. Wayne, Ind.
J
nugh I
long A
t
Reorganized, With Wis. John
son as President; Cardinal
Gibbon. Honorary Officer.
Ttie tluidon Club of this i Ity has be n
rtorf abUMd Wlth the sde purpose of
lighting the woman suffrage nn.v anient
and It will at once begin an active cam
paign to thi end
Mrs. Hosslter John an, a.i avowed en
emy of Huffrime. it Praaident, and thi
Vlcc-1 'residents ate Mis. William KOTOi
Heott, Mrs. I'haiies I' Mlilbtl and Mrs.
John Jerome Roonty, The Honorary
Vtos-l'realdents Include Cardinal Ulb-aops.
The IJuldon 'luli Is responsible for tlie
bill Inlroduoed Into the T.egiJla'.ui e. but
which I only to be present, d to a vote
of tha people If the Woman fllffnUsW
amendment I ao presented, which would 1
tfske away front women tha tpooW '
i . Ivlleges and pru'.ictlon to vvnicli they
art now entitled under the law.
In conjunction with the suffrage amend
tfjiati 'Guidon ClUO uxks lhat there
-hall also be uu aJiiendntrnt .submitted
la the voters which slutll read "Tln-re
shall he no law that jdnill dlstrtmlnato
either In favor of 01 against either men
cvinsidvicd aa laj-uo. '
Detroit, Mich. "I am glad to dis
cover a remedy that relieves me from
my suffering and
pains. For two years ,
I suffered bearing
down pains and got
all run down. I was
under a ncrvou
strain and could not
sleep at nigltt. I
went to doctors here ;
in the citv but tlicv
did not do me auy i
good.
"SVeinif f.vilia K. '
Pinkliain Vegetable Comtinund udver-!
lined, I tried it. My health improved
wonderfully nnd I am now quite well
again. Nu woman auffrring from fe
male ills will rrgrel il if ihe takea thi
medicine," Mm. Jame! Ii. LeClear,
:titi Hunt St., Detroit, Micb.
Another Caia
nDadtlpUat Pa. "Lydia K. Pink
ham's Yrgctalile Compound it all you
claim it to be. About two or three
duy before my perioda I would get hail
liacktuiies. then pains in right and left
sides, and my hrnd would ache. I called
the il'ic' or imi ! lie said I had organic in
fl i in ma ion. I went to him for a while hut
did not get well so 1 took Lydia K. Pink
ham's Vagitabli Compouada After tak
ing two I...! ties 1 was relieved and finally
my troubles left me. I married and
have two little girls. I have had no re
turn of the old troubles." Mrs. Chat,
Hoell. rfii.-.ii S. Chadwirk St , Phils.. Pa.
BROOKLYN
Oppenheim.GllinssG
Fulton and Bridge Streets, Brooklyn
Will place on sale Tuesday
1,500 Pr. Women's Hosiery
Women's Silk Lisle Hosiery
Spring weight gauze lisle, full regu
lar made, in black, white and colors.
Regular Values 50c and 75c
Women's Pure Thread Silk Hose
High spliced heel and toe, double
garter top. Black only.
Regular Values $1.00 and $1.25
25c
69c
No Mail or Telephone Orders Filled
Catarrh
r wopitn.
Quickly Relieved
Get a 25 or 50 cent tuba of
ONDON'S
Catarrhal Jelly
at once. Uu It quick Plsest rtmsdr aver
ogeesd lor Cstsrrh. tva.t lo th. Head. sic.
Homy rtluodcd II wsnttd. Twstty stars ul
toccttt. Whyf Ssniple Irs Write quick.
jjgjgjfj Mra. co- ifjagjgggjgjjg. on i
K
IMa 10 1U 13 lYlIIsJ 1 1-3 r KUM AnHIVULKf.
KAUMANN'S
HJP At 119th St. Entrance of Subway or Elevated
50c S
!
DELIVERS THIS
Complete Dining Room. $44.50
CONSISTING OP
Solid Oak Extension Table, 4 leather Seat Ctiairt,
Solid Oak Sideboard or Uuffet, Large Kug. Complete ut
$44.50
OPEN
EVERY EVENING
YOUR TERMS
ARE OUH TERMS
149'bStBAUMLtWS 3d Av.
Our (treat Wash Dress Fabric Department
THE LAROB8T IN THE WOULD
iircHcnu an interesting nppaaranoo juat now New goods,
Foreign unci )imiitir, an eonsUUttty arriving, not only beautiful
fabrics of cotton, but thosa- of silk mixturn so btuutifully interwoven
as to rival silk itself umsiimlled assortment, anil in nearly every
iMtanCf! prices are lower than elsewhere for instance the hurifrrd
fttti Mi we offiT Ht 69 cents are sold by a competitor at 98 cents, and
. e might mention tnuny similar instance if time and space permitted.
A KKW OK THK KAVORITKS
Silk Striped MgJ while and rolor$ ;
Pgrtfffggj Maliif CgigrS wHh whilr and while wilh color
t ine ImiHtrlrd Scotch Hingham stripe: check, plain
Kmbroidervd Hatine Imported fabrics
Mttj Mixed ( reps de Chines
Silk Mixed Brocade Vharmeuse
.M
.ft
.94
3.M
.M
.19
Kalinc Bordered Swiss Yoilss
Embroidered Baliste and Swis
aii i it,., ahiiva are in rtiuerb iiHsortment of styles and coloring
- , , , i i . . , .i
Uispiayeii lor eusy iseirs-iion.
Minlc possible Ity n liniin in
ownership of the famous old
Xet'dhuiu EtfUM 'o.
A CaBW siiv i tm of more than
xiiiniiii on gaen pianoi An
opportunity iinpHntllelril ill
Ihe history of UM pifUM htisi-
Mgg,
The new owners offcfWl tis
the. entire stock on hiinii at u
discount i imi gnabteg us to
offer the
9400.00 Needham Uprights for 9235.00
9350.00 Needham Uprights for 9218.50
A price of $-J18..VI for a fiimous highgrackl piano like Ihe
Nerillmin is something heretofore unheiini of in the piano
business.
Necdhiitn instruments have been before the public for
more than sixty-five years. They nunc the homes of
thousands of musical New Yorkers to-day.
The late Vice-President Garrett A. Unhurt (under Presi
dent McKinlcy) was a large stockholder in the Needham Co.
Over tS,WW Needham instruments have been made and sold.
Terms of
ONLY $1.50 A WEEK
Will lie made ou these pianos. The number is limited so
come early.
SOME SPLENDID BARGAINS IN
USED PIANOS
For Tomorrow
Terms 1 00 a Week
Twenty-five Uprights in All
TABLE L1NKN8
Durable Qualities.
Money Suvmg Prices.
3p. iti. lt -Ml-I.lnvn Napkins -tatra
heav) assorted
rag, ii 91 Saga. 1
H, H, and goallopad riotii
I Mtii'ii -lame "iiatlgtl to
seat eia-w. trlli O-MU
ss ... I. I T.. 1,1, ll.tlllakS
I I,', -ai' li,..l unit ii nit l.t.n-l t - ...
variety pattaras vnine
pnr Tiiiiic Pawailia fall ami
siivi-r bltfchaS' 9j laaft
worlli $l l
Satin I Inutile lljlimskt
Irub Msnfr.-new iwllcina ...
Aii i.im.ii H Sjata Cloth and
ajoacn Napkins -Inipnrtad front
Hootlaiiil dliaot worUi l.s. ..
Itoiiml Scallnpisl liotlie SH Incli
nai
1 .71
.UK
I. Ill
Choose from these nt
100 00
A Sterling upright A wrri A Hardman upright -is
toned attractive cased piiuio n fine repair. An ttoellagl inak' at
Hue order. Cost new $ ff a very low price, ( ost J ff
SStlO; for 1 JJ new IIKI; for 1 UU
A Stcinway upright hou- An Emerson u pright
dour si.- a perfect gem -don't a Kouilcrfiil liarKuin in nu old
mis thi opportunity. $ ff standanl inske. Cgst $9 ff
ot new IM); for 1 UU new MOO, lot 1 UU
A Chickering upright An Estey upright -one of tin
splendid tone nnd oondTtion "gaadoM Ratgjrt In pelna con
worth double, ( ost 1 AA 'Mi'iii '"I 17'-, $9 ff
,,1'wO.VIU, for .. . 1UU for 1UU
I.IIH
iiril Clullis as-incn
far, bleached .fn"
Seanonable WHITE GOODS
Opening Season Values
to inlerwit home sewera and other.
.Ill
.711
.'si I
.211
.U1I
.24
.III
I. Nil
1.49
u. I II
i.:iii
gj incii i'i anob Vol lat
If, Inch I'repe Voile
46 Inch Vull.' - escflletit iUalliy...
grnagSad ktadrai
XI Inch Siilrttiia
Check and tiix. Vollat
gUiped ami Chaoked Mantnlsollsa
jo Ineb Issxik Cloths II is
nu ll Umg ClottoU i
u inch Nalnaooba II yds
In nu ll . Alll.s.iokS 12 vds
New Spring Stock
OK WOMEN'S OL0VBB.
slllt ae well ate Kid.
Hauler cornea very eurly PftDSfS
yourself with Spring lilovoa belore
the iiit.il rush.
OMt oalgbratad 901 at. KM iiie
snft phalli.- iiii tana, gray, inic and
blaeaiserfaol mtina -asoallanl "rk
mtnahfp, a 111 WWta If ouaauatalra Oloyaa
lii-imit.iii laogta-oofl 1 1 ace kni -
anus CUl ,'SICI aIda, affur.lllllf
uu easy fit -three Ileal I hull. .lis.
S.111 l4ouaiUetalra Olo
W-button length nrhlta gUot hid
baa uUfully fitting- Ihraa paarl
buttons.
New Curtainn and Cut Uiniags
FX)R SI-HINC. AND SUMMER
Advance styles and colorings never
before shown, aH received within
past week; included are tome special
purchased and some made specially
to our order . Following juat hinla of
the many attractive OPENING
SEASON VALUES:
New Maerametto Curtains.
B.M.. I.JIM . II.IIH H.IINPI'
getnathiiig anHraii new in Oatjataa
niit.lt' ..aifilally 10 our order-atUac-tlve
and pructhal-lhey inak ao
l.lral Summer Curtain for CotUufe or
Uuna-uluw - of fliiet ManiulaettH
Ho rim, with Maeramelte Interl and
dgi or wl.le heiutltchlng.
N. w Miri.-rlite,! Pamask I'ortlereO
wide llobelln taucalry bordera
full ranae of colors, Ineludlna
nivrlle, crlmaon, olive, rote. nlle.
eti-.-all new. Jut rectdved
Tltrce ggaOtal lota a.llM. -l.lfn o.nm
Sliluient Jutt received of the
New Aurora. Alhambra und
Irldeseeiil Sun fait f)raperlea
Madras p.iltiTiia In new tones
if It...-. I'lnk. Holland Hlnes.
WihmI llrovtus and (lid Reda
made sin-, lallv to our order
und But shown elsewhere
gj In W liii het wide
Worth i fjPJ
Wnrlh and .70 411
Worth li lt and 1. Ufa., .ON
New rinowflake I'urUlnlna In dainty
vlnr if facta of pink, bluet, w.sid
tonaSi aH . also double hemttltched
border Curtalnlnat SKI
New 1 'ream and While Madras
double bordera and detachm!
flKured centres W tnchi't wldiv
extraordinary attorlmant
.an .ao . .4i
B.au
UN -silk Oloyas t9button lengths
1,1.1. it . iiitu and tutors.
I fto-1-.'nir Hlik QloVi
length black and
lent heavy Duality,
m - Itl-hultiin
while-aseel-
Something New in
HOSIERY
BILK HOSIEUY
The Kayaer "But-I-Nol
"But I-Nol" means reinforced
1 uu ii, ile - two sets of three In
st.ii kliiu fur longer or shorter
1.5
b it
eacn
gar
ters -Tim uii ganger 01 up an
Ina from aurter learlna la obviated
Ulai U only reinforced heel, tole, tot
and top.
Our Own Hneolal In WlHlgil"'. an.K
MOalr'.H Purt thread tllk
11,1 loii.llnu' to add weight and
detract ftom wearing Mualily
black only reinforced lla toe,
heei and gar tar lop
Bpaolal.. 1.111
19 Others Equally Desirable
(Sixth Ave.. 19th to 20th St.
All Wool Poplins and Prunellas
aluc .81) -'Opt'iiing St'ation Value
.69
REAL ESTATE TO LET
NEW YORK STATE.
FOR RENT
in the centre of
UTICA, N. Y.,
the fastest growing city
up the State,
Four Stores
Ready for occupancy
on or before May I st
Apply to
DEL. P. WHITE,
118 Arcade Building,
UTICA, N. Y.
FURNISHED riOOMS TO LET.
Htri fed, 1..MU1 hit, sitt ,t. tj 1 u..iiuDiit tt -suojl
r - .1 l ism ila. ; uiiuu,. Bulat
crtlot. e.itsiltr 111 - rtsurnl
Ian,
gpief
lime.
N ii utlne,
.HI
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
$200
PLAYER PI.4N0
COMPLETE
With 12 Rolls ol Msi ami Bench
SPItKNDID SAHUA1SH IN DSgp I'ltVXOS
steinway baby grand
knabe upright
bacon grand
steinway ui'right
bahey upright
from si00 up
CHRISTMAN SONS
IS West 14th St.. bet. Ml' 4 6tli Ave ,
Kaehloaabla shade, inciudiuK
robaoaot Dutch nine, Uaraati Laathar
Anietbystt Gobe In, Cogon, Taupe,
III:. Maw, Mea't Wear nine and Hlack.
FINK DUKSS (ItHIDS,
i 11.111 slugs
4 neh Kplngla.
05 Inch lo igonala
ii inch Poplins,
11 Inch Prunallaa.
f it..,. ,i i lonablt iin i.
Men's wear, Blue and HI u
I beee 1 . 1 1 raor.l I mi r
mi
Hollo.
Me.1 Navy,
I.
BEDFORD CORD B.
Opening Sraaou Value. . .
Xlrlclly all wool wide and nar
row conla full ratiKe of New
gprlng allude and tllai'k-
i boeboa wide.
Opening seaaun Itlaea.
Jl.Sf
pre
MORNING SPECIALS To-morrow, Tuesday,
iiiltle restricted. No Ma
bilVlllK. gUt
Until 1 P. 1YI.
1 1 or Teleph.aie Onler
98 tt Satin IvleiMlinrf
laaht an 1 dark .'.il
SIl.Ke
S-lnrb
MAIS t 1 ' it lit
75 tt, All-Waal Stenw Serf
i. in. h t in lean
haifeti, lo.'itn, na
UHaM
.62
.50
$1.47 White Voile W.ittt 1 09
I'reltv atj lea panel or yoke effei-tt
torchon, V al. anil I'luny luce trim
.nn ileal ta all eUea.
watSTti SKUND ki.oou.
i , i II i I i.-i
t. I'.'IM
in i black
mis IfUMlg
w ureal
ajtwfli; Cash
FOR SALE.
HELP WANTED MALE.
DR A F TS MEN wuntifd; mo-
i it uu til :iinl film 1 i l' al rjA
Blflners) also tletuHnraj atva
experlnnoe, ago and salarv
expactad, Addrnaa H r. (i ,
j.'n W' rid
WORLD WANTS WORIC WONDERS.
.W.Sweet.Ca,
' wsm mewsfwsrmrr i tr rimiVMH t aSiVOV
UlAMONDii ON CKhUIT
gist wi.kki.v lii MONTJIbT PAfMJWTO,
American Watch & Diamond Co.
MalDgN UaNg. ral SMI Oatt,
DIAMONDS&WATCHESONCREDIT
Mi: It ill In inn lllf tllillt linn.
ROYAL DIAMOND & WATCH CO.,
i 7 u.tinKN i ink fitiiM. uoa conT,
UiAlViUlNUS UN CKLUil
WATCHES
mil,, i i.ii'.H in,
felTlflKN 1. Nl i'i
$1
HI M' M
i ii.o i aa t v
I. it w l.'.t
t 1 1: til tt i
it lin-li
12' ct ttnrj Pernlrt
Mill leiiatli '.r tin., qua, me
iriiiea, checha an i faaelea light
and 'lai'h
w sit uukiaa main
M g), Sletfelttt Cuifape
1'iatn and ihadoa t
vtltli . 1 1 , 'a ttt i-tiiar.
M I. HI Mi MI1S
21
t- l.iwn body
Ian ut
gASIill I N i
21 tt, Unierie Batiate
III III W e.
walttt,
t , I. h
lufl fin It h
tllpa and flnt
. Mil'; KlailiU
17
29 ct Be Bloutet 19
Plain rhambraya and cheviot
strip, s. .iKhl and ineUiain COlort
also percale white, ItKht and dark
faneiea eollar attuihetl or ltuain
I
et, ,.
Ill 11
4 t,. LI tam
I'I H.NIiUlNlia TUIKll Kliiilt
1,11 t'atton Ditperinf
HI- aid pi , hie:
I iruhle
low KUJNI.
27-Inch 95
chad, absorbent.
W ct. Lent Crtpe Kirn nta
N'.-a stia.ie ahlrrad oiodela
I'oralnn bantla
w it t hpbhs ski ioxb rbooa.
62
M kin He
ill.
12' . cl. Blticht I Muck Teweli 8'.
itit U sufi men t itiisii henimtti.
tow I l.i U IN I UJOM
J5 00 Hy. Spring Suili S JO
Korfolk and uoublt breaal- all wool
chevlota brown m l sra fanclag
. ,. : . nt lallurtngs full cut Rnicai
at no with aslra trouaart a to
e tr
Hi IT' ' f- I 111 111
M rl. Men Night Shot. SS
I'nie canibrlc "braid tiini i'k rcia
,,l n, l,,H :.am u. i made -I., t.i .'
Ml.N fl UNlSlllNiis. MAIN I UuilK
2 ct. Ahtorbtnt Cetlan
lEoi, carton for
t stllll
IS
it-'.-'i: and
Ml "I I N IMSHMe.NT.
aa
i;
Kl i
ill
12 ct. Ntw Curiam Miullnt
it, in ii whit, or Arabian t::.:
aaaortment of fan.'.', atrlpaa and eotn
toot
i t'Ht u .-r t it v n si.ut n r
It ttaUr, III Usta ' rlJ t
-. u- gWaajoWOO, i
tal bet. fewjlrv,
Olggtj Kg
...jj for ibt Oigjktl
lit M.
Opt) mis.
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