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GOLD TIDE TURNS HITHER.
EXPORTS FROM FRAXCE.
financiers Call Movement Resump
tion of Natural Conditions.
r_r.s. B«_*- IS.— Try turn of the TM< of pold
•oTrar'i V«-w-Tork is attractinc th«» attention of
ranker? ar.d ___r fliar.'-'TS. -who say that this
-^FtcreP fi* r.atural movement T(-hirh ha_» been
-h«ci-ed for the Ml two yrar?. partly owing to
_M -a-ar In tbe ar East.
Q___iu of the Bank of France Fald to-day
that thf shir- I( ' n t s to the nited StatPS were tho
[UiUlHirfifn of th* usual conditions ar thla time
9f ye-ar The b_ nk Itself had not mad" ship
tvents, boi Ute Tfltrflilw r-teired to the shipments
rrade by L_t_ard Fr*rpp as tndf'-atins: the pen-
BraJ tendency TTm ank did not reerard the
movement a.s lik^!y to m_k« aiwlona ir.roadp Into
Qic p-_>t_rii stock of gold, w'ng: to the unusually
bzee goid balance in the Rank of France.
5 — a'- views were p\p-<>swi by two leading
I fr.nr.c'.a.] _oan Bt_ Raphael <T«»orppp Levy.
pr«aWent of the Bouth African Mines Barik. and
Bt-XriSlt-i Simon, head of the Indo-Chinese Bank.
They considered it practically certain that the
Firik of France woukl not advance the rate of
- --our.- because of the American demand for
_- •- --.-- ink had h*»en gaining- gold rapidly
rf '-_ rA g-jfl now had abou' J6OO.OOOXWO Since
the oonclnston of pea c they said, without any
prtrvteaorj for ■--- indemnity, the pr__rar_ for
--o^iv hs.i r°;^xed In Paris pr_p_r__on_ had
v OAr -r>._-<i<= prior to the ponchMriori of peace to
c A . Russia in floating a larg«» loan for Th»» pay
—c-- of ar Indemnity. Indemnity had been
g^aerally « > xr" a <"rcrl In harkir:? ctrcle_ . and had
led to The acrarrralatJon of mach gold. ThiP
-r.-r r\r>r now b* r°rji3--»d If was thought that
p- ; cs;a tx-ot!]^ borrow p©Tt«to>rabie money, but
.-•-_ -. -; ] b* no mm«__t« demand for a laree
__.--- Under Th»f=e circumßtances. It was
poiri'ed out._ the «=;;rplus stock of gold in the
gain. 3f France could be considerably reduced
•jrlthoct c_i:siri_ rtety here
\< T:f\ l_a_a.rd. of ixard Pren said that
_be Bno had lust shtrped ro x^w-Ycrk $I.TBTV,
-,, [5 flroid. The pr*»^"ioriP shipment was f1.000.
fn- The cauw of this was *he srra^nal r«»duc
tkaa of the rate of Pxchane** to 5485.45. -srhich
jra^ - slight proflT on » shipping of jeriid to
|t»«r.ToT_ v Laz—rd added thai this was an
entire*" natural movement, "■wir.g to the balance
T^FU'ting from the <<>xporTs of pram, cotton and
©♦j,_^ — , r= Th» _oi<i moving from TCew-Tork
•-. EHirope was owing ro _pec__ causes, includ
*.-_ the French sal" of the Panama r'anaJ and
♦he war. hut. th»se special conditions no longer
existed. M Lazard said he belle That tba
tl^» had turned toward N>w-Tork and wo_id
rezaalii ln that Atrec
YOAKUJf HAS BIG PLAXS.
Will Spend $50JX)0j000 for Bail
roads in Southrvest.
[Bt TUau-Ut to T_» TrRMB-Ki
Ga_v»»t(iTT; T»x.. S<=pr. IK. B F. TosJcnm p.r.
n-iinc— that" he will spend W-.-OO.WO li n»-w
railroads __"___ Southwest ar.rl buiid one thnu
saxirl _iU»»« of ro_ d 1n T^xas Tr is _r__ui__C-d
to-r]ay That he and hip associates have a.cq_iml
s eoßtra tnrere.<=t in the Gulf and Interstate
Railroad, a__=_rv;enTy miie lin«> fr<"irn Betuxm tr>
Boiiv_r. on Ga'voFrnn Bay. opp^^iTo Galveston.
ar.fl -a-ill immedlaTely ,^ P veiop th» - «^a:te>nsive
■*♦*.&!-_ ani terr^ir-.a! =;-_ at Bot!v_£
Tts.»» plans a.\&r- call for th« coHStruotlon of a
road s.sT rrom the Trinity ar.d Brazos Valley, a
Toaicum property, from a point north of Hous>
ton to Beaumont, gtvtng ■--- "Frltco a, throujrh
line tr_m Fort Worth to GtalTCSton, with Hnes
w__t and east to Brn-^-sviiie and Bolivar, and
— _____ at Bolivar srid Gairpstin.
SULLY CONFIDENT OF STTrCESS.
Says Responses to Proposed Bull Campaign
on Cotton Exceed His Expectations.
Daniel J. ? ay, wtio ham in the last two
-lava, been __ver__ii exte_M-v«.y hi? eonrlction
that th» t_rn<? i«= •;:■ - ■■ f or an extensive bull
<-err,p_i(;r In cotton, and Inviting public Bubscrip
t'^r;? to a fund to be -jpod hy him - making such
cam.paigr!, said yeft^rda:- afternoon that the -••
_rx-._5».s already rec_hred bad far oj<-po.>i3 hi? <.i-
I»-rTa - ion_. Ask»d aJboat a r^porr that Joseph H.
H"adl«»T waj> a-.?f""i wit him In Thf prelector?
operatJors. Mr Bally __J_ pmphaticaliy
jj^ l« rot. Neither h«» ncir _ny nnc els* is act
lr__ •wlUi m».
Mr. Sully did not say h"-*- lar- a fund h*» »i
rc^Tcd to have at his disposal after the entire
country had been heard from, or whether <^r rot
he nari y<=r begun his bull campa.:_n.
ASKS FOR TARIFF REDTJCTION
Chamber of Commerce Letter Causes Discus
sion in Pittsburg.
fßv r___a_ n_ to Tbe Tribune. '
p;»-_;b_rg. -•-■ 1? — The Ptttsbnrg Chamber of
Comrr^rre tr<-day r^reivr-d a communication from
__• N-tr-Tork Chs_nber of Commerce that -o-ught
or. a. es'.riu-d dl_c_;ssion. The- New-Tor] Charab<?r's
letter -ailed or. tie Ptttftbarg r -___-_§ tntereata to
Join -with It In jeyrjrtrisr le_-*-_t_n_l r o ro_n:!3r«> ? h<»
Dr W.-X Holland, __o has j'ist r»>ttirr!»d from
Er.g:a_i(_, a_i-.r putting- up a pla_"?r cast of the
rj-picxiocus. Riade a spe^cb in favor of letting down
_he r__r__ bar*. lie said that In converM-ttiTi with
a n_a_ who had b««n __c__t-_- to -Jecil Rhodes
the __rter said the ETig-lish v.-ouid eventually pur
c.»__s« ail their food prodneta from t_ colonies
b«ca_s- the D__tcd States had _trat the E-ng:ish
BUI SSh ttl hJ_h t_rirt. He said ofner countries
-W- __n ta_:rr notice of our attitude Tn raic
everything and to giv# nothing ir. r^tjrn.
"THERE'S A REASON"
That's All Right. But What Is Itt
A lady teacher ln South Dakota save:
••I was compel.*-.! to give up teaching f°r
n«iar!y 4 years be'-a.us*- o* what the physicians
cailsd 'nervous dyspepsia.' N«>r was lof arv
up* ln tne Ir>nsnhr>lil e«-nnomy. I was In many
respects a wreck.
"I had numerous physicians, one after ano*h*»r.
acd took many different kinds of medicine, but
they did me no go<->d.
"Finally, 5 years ago, I began '>■ use Grape-
Nnts food. I grew stronger In ■- very short time
on the nerw diet, ard was soon ahle ro resume.
and am srHl tssjrtitns; Ino ionge-- use drugs of
any kind, my dyspepsia ha.« disappeared and I
am a hearty woman— thank? te Grape-Nuts."
Name riven by Post Co . Battle Creek, Mich.
There's a reason. Brain work and worry take
nagtb from the stomach and bowels. They
become too weak to handle the fried meat, eg/gs.
baron, ooffee and white bread, so. partly di
gested they decay and cause aii sorts of trouble,
which will become chronic if continued. Then
the nerves and brain grow weary, foe they ar«
deprived of the rebuilding elements the food
must furnish to replace the soft gray filling of
nerve centres B.nd brain whi'ft Is partly ij«ed >ip
Now comes the mission of Grape- Nuts to sup
ply the "Reason " Made in a peculiar and
' sciectlflc way cf the s<*iect*»d part* of Wheat
■ and Barley, this famous food contains natural
-. phpephat* of potash with albumen, which com
bines with water ln the body and makes that
gray matter quickly and surely. Then when
nerves and bralr. feel the power of new msute
and properly ma^e cells, the srr^njrh returns
I to etom&ca as well as other parts. There's a
■ reason." Any one can prove it
8«e the litti* book. "Th« Roed to Wellville.** in
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NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 10. 1905. -PAGES NINE TO FOURTEEN
GOULI> AND RAMSEY BACK.
Former Says Silence Is Kindness—
Ixitter Hopes to Win.
O?org*" .T GkmM and Jowph Ramney, Jr.. who
ha\*«» b**en out of town Bine#> Mr. Ramsey a f«»w
teya asm lssu*»d a p_bUe appeal to th* debenture
hnldfru and Ptoc khold«n» of the "VTabash Rail
road Cnmpsny for th*»ir proxies for use at the
annual meeting on October 10, w«re at their
d^sks >fterdT. Mr. Gould, ln the president's
offlcn of the Missouri Pariflr and Mr. Ramsey
In the president's office of the abash, adjoin
ing M-. Gould's office on the fifth floor of the
Western Vnlon Building:.
Mr. Gould was asked yesterday afternoon If
h*» would mak* a statempnt regarding Mr. Ram
i>ey's __Y-rtJ_-x_e_t asking for proxies. He
answered: "It's not worthy of any notioe. The
kindest thing I ran do Is to make no comment
"Do you expect to. see Mr. Ramsey ln the
"I have paid all I am going to say," replied
Til- ( >->iiid. walking awpy.
Mr Ransey, when Mr. Gould's remark was
repeated to him. ?ai<i:
"You can say for me that I absolve Mr. Gould
and hi= friends from all obligations to show
Mr Ramsey said that it was not his Intention
to get into the ne-wspapers in a sensational way
and hat he wanted to avoid personalities in hi«
campaign, continuing:: "I want to say that I
am not barked by any array of strong interests
that are inimical to th« Wabaph and to Wabash
security homers. T am not goirie: into this fieht
backed hy anybody but Wabash stockholders
and debenture holders. Of course T hope to win.
but there i? nothing rtaln in this world. I
would not have considered it right to start a
contest like this, involving an Important prop
erty, if I had not thoueht there was a good
change to wtn.
"I would rather not <H«<-'jps the Gould financ
ing of the Wabash. I don't wart to go Into per
sonalities, and when you discuss a man's fi
nances you sometimes go into personalities."
Control of the LJttle Kanawha properties had
rot actually passed. Mr Ramsey remarked, hut
he would not say whether or not. there had yet
been an agreement to sell them. Tn response to
another question, he said that he would not do
anything dishonorable about the disposition of
the Little Kanahwa properties; if he had agreed
to sell them, he would not back out or hold up
the agreement pending his re-election
Asked what "tVabash would do without the
Little Kanawha. he said: "This is a broad
country, and a railroad doesn't require so
much room, so that Wabash is not
confined to the one route. It might be a better
and less expensive route, but another could un
doubtedly bo g"f. You know, it was sai.i thaj
Wabash cou!d never get into Pittsburg, but she
got In. all right. And I pness she can gnt out,
Mr. Ramsey corrected the prevailing impres
sion that he was still on leave of absence, which
would not expire until October 1. At the last
meeting of the Wabasti board before he and Mr.
Gould went abroad, he said, he had presented
his resignation as president, having decided to
bring the situation to a head The directors had
declined to accept the resignation, but har] given
him a leave of ahsence. That leave had not been
forced upon him. as current rumor has had it.
and It expired upon his return from Europe.
Since that rime he had beer, occupying the office
of president. Mr Gould had been sleeted acting
president. Mr. Ramsey said, at a meeting prior
to that at which the lattei bad offered his resig
nation a_= president, and without Mr. Ramsey's
knowledge. Af to the f isal to permit him ac
cess to the srook books of the Wabash, Mr.
Ramsey said he w__s not disposed to insist upon
the point, as It would be undignified.
DOTTBT END OF KANAWHA DEAL.
Pittsburg Railroad Men Think It Is Being
Used as Club by Ramsey Faction.
f I*v Telefrraph to The T'lHice j
Pittsb_r_r. Sept. 18.— In railroad circles here to
day it was asserted that the pale of the Little
Kanatrha syndicate to the Vanderbllt people here,
r .c pt>rte<i rv the Ramsey peonle has not been
cotnplett It la alleged i^r^.i that the Vander
nilts have a Bhor< extension of option, enough to
allow the Ramsey people to take action after the
anr.ual meeting .it Toledo In October. If Mr.
Ramsey is not r^-eif>rT«l it i? believed he w'.H at
once turn over his T ttle ! -. iwha holdings to the
Vanderbilts. but not "until then, raless ihey should
insist on closing the option.
Facts corning: to light to-day show that it was" al
most mposelble for the deal to have been dosed
last Saturday, hs was reported. Colonel J. M.
Schoonmaker. representative of the Vanderbiits,
empowered to close the deal, was not in Pittsourg.
It Is thought ere that the Little Kanawha deal
is perhaps h^'lne used as a c[ui-> -• the Ramfy
HARDIFG MAY RETURN TO GOULD.
Latter Said to Need Great Central Official in
Fight with Ramsey.
rPv Tol«jrra.t>h » n Th " Tribune.]
T o ;~io. Ohio. 3epl IS.— RasseU Harding, of the
Gr^at Central ay •err., may return to the Gould sys
rern It is currently asserted by prominent railway
offi rials, if Oeorpe J- Gould is successful in his
efforts to get him. Mr. Gould n^eds a strong rail
way man ln his coming fight to retain control of
the Gouid roads. .
It was authoritatively stated, to-night that
Thomas Tracy, genera counsel for the Great Cen
tral system, is about to tender his resignation and
devote his entire attention to industrial affairs.
PLANS FOR MODEL TENEMENT HOUSES.
Those To Be Built Under Phipps Gift Will
Pan? for the flrst of th» model tenement houses
r o be'tafli with money from the 8..000 -• Rift by
Henry Phtpps. are on file in the Tenement House
r> c par^m«>nt Th«y will be revised somewhat be
fore b*>'ng accepted by the depaxtment. bn their
main feature? will remain. These include careful
sanitation, fountains •-. the Interior courtyards, roof
gardens, kindergarten* and the newest appliances
TV,,* flP6 t building will be at No. Bl to 337 East
SSth-st .. berween First and Second av«s. This Bite
was selected because of the cosmopolitan popula
tion. The executors of the Phipps gift hope that
much good maj ■ odk from the- contrast between
their tenements and the kind managed by the
The plans call for three houses, with a fronta?
of 180 feet, broken by rwo large entrances or arch
ways four s?ori«s high and twenty-five feet wide.
These will open Into oourtyards, in which foun
tains will play. E:itraiic>? to The houses will be
from th^e courtyards. These buildings'. It Is esti
mated, will cosr about IXK.-QO. It la *xp«cted that
they will b* rimsh«d in about a year
In the cellar there will be a playroom or klnder
rarren large enough to ecrommodate about two
hundred children. On the first floor will be. pro
v sions for baby carriage** There will b* roof
cardans for concert*. El*ctrte light plants, air
Cooler* and storage ranks for froah water are
onions tne things contemplated In th* plans.
' The tenants' i artments will have from two to
four rooms each mite having a private bath The
room." all Win open 10 the air NO janitor will be
allowed in 'he buildings. His place will be taken
by ■ superintendent, repr" S *-r.ting the trustees.
Rant it U xr ,^c'»v,i will be no mnr. thai $15 a
month 'or any apartment
COTTON IN WEST AFRICA A FAILURE.
Washington Be|»t IS- The Department of rvim
m<-.r^ and Labor ha* published a report showing
that »h» result of the attempt to grow cotton ln
TVest Africa naS been discouraging, owing tn the
abMnoa of transportat facilities and the lack
of laboren In Si-rr« t>*one the eottoa associa
tion tried American seeds, but the plantation did
"°. n ™-ove a Vucces" T'nder the most favorable
n \,, P .C= «ier-« lion* could produ.
. I*™ -ars nor moi
' ./msvh"*!'-'-!^ Northern Nigeria, with a
n?t P tor th- cofton" industry, but thelack of trana-
Lut "the n«t le year, not more than 100
000 can be erjected.
RATE BILL, SAYS ELKINS.
West Virginia Senator 'Also Dis
cusses Tariff Revision.
Senator Stephen B. Elkins. of "West Virjrtnta.
is ln New-York and has tv»en In consultation
here with various railroad and business men on
the subject of railroad and tariff legislation tn
be considered by '"onsrress in the coming ses
sion. As chairman of the Senate Committee on
Interstate. Commerce, Mr. Elkins will have
charge of all railroad legislation in the Senate.
He predirts that a rate regulation bill will pass
this winter, but feels that a prolonged and bit
ter flgrht will ensue when the subject of tariff
revision is considered. The Senator said yester
The onmmittee of which I am chairman and
•which will frame a measure this winter is pre
pared for tts work, and will meet two weeks In
advance of the regular session for the purpose
of preparing a bill. Every member of the com
mittee knows exactly where he stands upon this
question, and I think that by December 1 we
will hay« a bill ready for introduction I re
gard decisive action thiK session as beyond ques
tion I fought l-srislation of this kind last ses
sion bewail I thought that w» hadn't enough
time within which to act comprehensively.
Now, however, we re prepared to deal with the
case Intelligently and conclusively. Personally
I favor the plan of referring all rate disputes,
passenger and freight, to the "nifed States Cir
cuit Court judges for derision. I would not give
the Interstate Commerce Commission jurisdic
tion. I will work hard to have this plan adopted
by the Senate pnd H>">use.
Tn ree^rd to tariff revision the Senator said:
T presume that those who during the last
ftospion of Congress clamored for revision will
renew their activities this winter Indeed, there
is every prospect that they will do so. In that
event T predict that we win witness a memorable
battle between what is generally termed the
"stand patters' on the one hand and the '-re
visionists" on the other.
During ail this talk of revision I have noted a
very prominent characteristic, and that is that
although we are told the Tarif should be revised
I am not able to find a single revisionist who Is
willing to or who can pla^e his finger upon a
particular schedule and point out Just wh«re
revision should occur. My friends in Congress
who talk revision talk 11 in a general sei se.
When they are asked to particularize they rant
resolve the rase into one of detail.
On the other hand, however, the Treasury sit
uation is placed b°for« us tn a strong lieht.
In the last fiscal year the Treasury deficit ag
gregated something like $25,000,000. and T am
informed that erhapa it may be greater in the
present fiscal year. Appropriations by Con
gress, owing to the constant growth of the
country and its manifold Institutions continu
ally demanding funds for their expansion and
maintenance, do not appear to shrink In fact.
it appears to he impossible ?o economize. There
fore, it is argued. leaving the question of cur
tailing government expenditures in the hack
ground, that alternative being accepted as im
possible of enforcen-- it, there are but two
things which ran be done One of these is the
osttion of the Spanish War taxes, and the
other is a revision of the tariff which shall
effect schedules tn a way that will stimulate
forcj^- trade nr>d increase our customs r°
ceipts Advocates of this plan argue on the
same basis as that involved in the bargain coun
ter sale? of our latter day stores. They flsrure
that by reducing the price of impost They ran
eecure more imports at a lower figure each, but
which ln the aggregate will figure up at such
volume that the whole will prove profitable.
WJXTS SOX COXFIXED.
Brooklyn Woman Says Doctor Is
TBy Teteicraub to The Tribune. 1
New-Haven. Conn.. Sept. IS. — A hearing was
held this afternoon it- rhe pranford Probate
Court on the application of Mrs. r*arheripe Freel.
of No. .T>) Clinton Brooklyn, to have her.
son. Dr IHpsaieis .1 I%'eel, of Stony '""reek, com
mitted to an asylum as a dipsomaniac. T>r
Freel has lived in Stony Cr'.'k for several years.
He is jnanager of the Branford 'iranite Works,
which were established by his father, the late
Edward Free;, of Brooklyn
Edward Freel left an estate valued at $2,000,
<W> and bequeathed the life use of all of it to
his wife, Catherine. After her death it is to go
to Pr. Freel and his sister, Mrs. Philomena Mc-
Clary. ,-.f Brooklyn.
It was alleged in court that Dr. Freei'p habits
have become so unsteady that he should be
placed under restraint. It is alleged he has said
h<» rereived wireless messages, when none had
come, and that on one occasion he went to the
cemetery, picked out a burial plot and requested
the Bexton to dig his grave, savins- he was going
to die immediately.
Dr. Frank J Freel was at one time a coroner's
physician in Brooklyn, but has not be*n engaged
in active practice for some time. When he was
in Brooklyn recently he is said to have com
plained to some friends that his mother had sold
The home at Stony Creek over his head. He
spoke of bringing some sort of a suit to recover
the property, which was a part of the estate, of
which he is one of the executors He seemed to
think that his mother was trying to get rid «>f
him. according to those who talked with him at
FOR LARGEST CARRYING BOATS.
Pittsburg Steamship Company Places Orders
for Two with American Shipbuilding Firm.
Cleveland. Sept. 18.— The Pittsburg Steamship
•"ompany placed an order to-day with the American
Shipbuilding Company for two boats that will be
The largest bulk carriers In the world. The boats
will be built at South Chicago. They will come
out next spring and cost 1450.000 each
The vessels will nave the following dimensions
each: Length over all. 600 feet: keel, 583 feet. beam.
FS feet: denth. 32 feet. On a draft of twenty feet
•hey will earn" close to 12.000 tons. In a season of
navigation the boat? will carry a totai of nearly
600.000 tons of ore.
PTJTS UP PRICE OF REFINED OIL.
Standard Advances Kerosene One-half Cent
and Gasolene One Cent a Gallon.
Cleveland, Sept 18.— The Standard Oil Company
to-day advanced th« selling price on al] grad*-*
O f -ed oil 4 <- t ■ gallon. Gaso]e ne Is advanr-d
1 c<=nt a gallon. The tationa on the various ;
gra) l f , of reflned oil and gasolene are liam , s f.,].
Ohio Btate test oil. Pri cents a a!lon water white |
Ohio State test OH. ?4 «**■: headlight. 175 d-gree
oil loi, cents: Eocene oil. V.U cents; V. M and P
naphtha. 11 cents; deodorized stove n»olene. U
cents; 74 deirrre to " f - degree gasolene. 14 cents
THE REV. MR. DENHAM LEAVES TOWN.
Pastor of Chnrch of Disciples Finishes Work
in This City.
Th« Rev B Q ham has withdrawn from the
pastorate oi the huroh Ol the Poetries. No. 323 j
We«t SGth-at and has left town After the trouble
which he had in the courts between January and
Jul- a vote of confidence in htm was adopted hy
th/ member, of his church. At a prayer meeting
of June 2* his .ympathtrers pa«-d a IWtaUe. in- i
tended to «xpel Mrs. Elizabeth B. Oranni. from the
Church for her opposition to him .Mrs Oniim*
j to attend the church, and he ha*
has continued -o atten jn hlB rea t ation early Tn
aow gone. H- hanaea^ d f June M >
the summer. A W ro urcD present ask-d him to
430 members of J* 1 * £ n He refused to do bo Or,
rwoiald«r ls t c 'on*res-atfon passed * resolution
September 12 the cong • v( ars . WOT announc ,
praising him for m? » urrh. and wishlnir him
'hat h- had built »P ln j ,„ hls n( . field Of lahor.
and his Camirj fiC"-.-"
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T_» Tribune s Directory of Desirable Rooms
for a period of fourte__ days- Write for
F_i: information roncemins these rooms
may b« had. free, of <-har_-. at the T ptown
Office of The New-York Tribune. 1.3»M
Broadway, between Rfith and 37th sts.
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WHY go t^ a boardlr-s house wb«n you
can enjoy th*- ___on of a well order* ho
tea at exceedingly lr>w summer rates
Rooms, fI.OO per daj _ upw^ara
Rooms and Board. 14 SO per w»»k _ upward
K#siaurant a la '."_rte an<i Table d' Hote.
K''TF.L BRISTr>L. 12- West 49th St
TVI-phon» 4Pi«>— ,Tßth.
ATTRAiTIVE suites and slnjtle rooms,
■ait'o anri without board; all locations.
S. C. LEL.ANP * rr > .
2 ■W«-st ."Wd-st.
EXCELLENT board ari room, refined lo
cality: very moderate A;ply 407 Ea-t
WSth-« CMrt Burke, top floor)
ELEGANTLY furnished suite prti-ate
bath: choicest board, private ntmUy;
superb location foe coup> or gentlemen.
EXCLUSIVE. Tribune I ptowo Office, I.3ft*
HANDFOMELT furnished floor in r-.igr.
class private boarding house, excellent
table a nd service 2«1 West 137th-»t.
WIDOWS HOME -Opportunity tor renn«<l
(tsntlemaT; to secure exceptional accom—
modatlons; b'.O'-k Fubway and "_" station.-;
referer.c.g; pnv-ate bouse B. S . Tr.bune.
I'prown Office. 1.304 Broadway.
_AST 43D-5T -Handsome suite nf
rooms or floor; private bath, parlor
dlnin(t rnnm referenc—
BXD-ST 31 WEBT.— Elegantly rnlshed
rooms: hnndsnme residence, near Park;
superior cuisine: ■-,_• arr^ln'm<>nr«
2«TH-fT SB WEFT. — N_C_ double and stn
«rle rooms, with board. ? o r the winter:
e'evator. steam n-a". teleph baths;
tr^P. ? ior;ts accommodated a [Ulei place, 'or
T2D-ST 206-210 WEST.- A b»ai:tlful sec
ond or parlor floor, with bay window;
private bath: would separate; tapextor ta
fle. nubway express clo?e by. references
»ive n and r<Kjulred
17TH-ST 11R EAST Square room, snlta-
We for two c ; _m-n, two Bin_l« room«
exceptionally trood table.
40 EAST 34TH 9T . near __dhw_-_»e -
Very fine "-wtt" nnd board; private bath.
table board; references.
BTTH-BTT. 33 WEBT. — Detitrable lar_e and
small ro"m«. perior board; references
2OTH-PT.. 4*> WEST, with board. handsome
rooms "arrolntm^nts firsi claso: f=t-am
heat dinin_ room on parlor floor; refpr
4fio WEST aso-ST.— Deßghtfn] roo-M*.
lnrsr- and smnll: rnnnln* water, hot and
cold; large closets; _rior! table board; s;-r>
4PTH-FT.. p EAST— Handsome second floor,
with private baths; other rooms, with
board . -ef*»rence-.
4.12 MADISON AYE —Very p!»a«n- rh)r-1
floor suit* ■ ise: home -••■iking.
O\lt 3O mlmi'e* from Chambers or 2**-
st., on Erie P.ailroad; 32 trains; boose
but 200 varrt« Cram P'ospe.-.-'- st. i> 'atlon.
Fasnaic. S J . situated In a beautiful prl
vats park known v -r- - : " ■ ha:*au, a
QU'»t conirenial home for three or four re-
Bned families: cuisine ur.s_rpas.«<«'i. terms IT
ard upwards Write for booklet.
BAST I RANGE.— A private family wouM
rent, with board. larg« gunny room on
recond floor to one or two persons, ">on
venient 'o tailor referen j. B. Trtb
ROOM ant> BOARD. private fam'.lj-.
farmhot;«i«>. for one or two ladles ilellghj
f'il locat'on terras c >dera Mrs ANNA.
MARSHAL-* Croton I_k<>. N T
Eln^'e In?<»rtinns "> cents per Hn_. Sixteen
worde. s»v»n tim*s conrex:utlv»ly. $1, which
entitles advertl«_f to have rooma entered In
The Tribane'a Dir*<--r-ry cf Desirable Rooms
for a period of fourteen tl&yz. Write for
Fu!l Information euueeiu lns the M rooica
may be had. free of charg", at the rpt'*i
Office of The N«w-York Tribune. 1,3*4
Broadiray. befwe«r 36th and 37th st».
THREE l.anre. light rorrns to rent fur
nished. In prlvat" family Apply 227
gotnh 3d-av« . M •■.•-■ Vemon, N. T
34TH-PT-. ll r > EAST r>s!rab!» second and
third Boor roome suitable for g»nt!»Ti»r..
41PT-FT 12S WE?T - Lar_e ha.-k rarlor,
"uitahle for physt-lan or respectable
S0Ople; superior accommodations; other
rooms. ■ _^
149TH-ST.. M 7 WEST --:»-!>• furnished.
st'am heat«d m^mf; private h«u«": meals
r.»ar by; gentlemen; referenceß; telephone;
ST MARK'S-A^T . CU — Lnrtro front ai
,- »*room. ov newly turntsbed near Bed
fnr-l-a--e . rrtvaie regidence
.4PARTMENTS TO LET.
23D- -PT 2f> EA?T loppnsira Madison ?quar«
Park) Suite, two room? and bathroom;
ri.rtT-MSHED ROOMS to ijet.
Pt_^__ANT "furnlehed rooms in private
boose; reference reo.uir».! 18 wt_t
BIIXIARD AND POOI^ TABLEg.
MANLTACn-RERS of nilf.ard and pool
tables; -high _r_-e bowling alley bu-dtra.
!owe*t prlcee. MARX EBO:.. 24 '-»"»
Largest Works Eiceiicnt Facilities.
CARPET C-JCA-T-N'O- Established I*,*
i.V. IPI 2SO
Oldest. _ar_;<?st. Most Modern.
437 aND 439 west rH-BT
T»l 511- 3SI -- Established laCT.
W. H. .lORDAX EDWIN LENTZ.
CAREFDI. CAKPBT C____NTKQ CO —
C"l»ans by annpri— a!r. stearr.. nana
or "or. «oor 1.868 Broadway. 4-1 Ea3r 4»;h
. •■ ■_ _ TiP.ANPT Tel 132-3-th
DRE-SM-.-U-NG AND _r_L_JN_RT.
Buy Your Puts Direct
from importer and m_nufa"tur°r and say»
all t_ldd_e_Mn*i profits. vv« carrj _i stock
a foil lto_ i ' fan, which aff^r'is the r:"
chafe- an opportunity of r-.aklng a sat.s
faci.-ry B-lectfon F_rs also mad» to order.
Mad, redred and altered in the la'e-r
fashionaMe itjilee a- prices that will ?ur
J GrtNSBCTRG, Man'ifa<-turtng Furrier.
18 '' _7th Ft , corner Broadway
EstahHshei 1888 '• 887 Madison Bqoare.
DRES3MAKKR. - -■■ B Altman _ Co.; e
cellem Otter. _rti_tlc .li»s;gTi-r. latest
B .v!<>p •ompe'e".'. Bxpertenced, remodelling.
12 a day Address V.AKER. 329
DREPfiMAKING ar-U'lc don» for aM oc
r-a*t"n« P_Xl___B d».ii«rr<s. «arisfactlon
assured. r»rms reasonable, fancy waiM*.
evening |ow_ COCJCBA-T. 4J> Eaal
DRBESMAKJER -Coaiyet-Ut ftnrt -l»»».
hom<" 'or out prf_ren e« r_U at r»«i
derce SANPKI'RY. rij Fil,- I«fttb-at. •
DRESSMAKER. D mpatSDt, dailraa trw
mor» '•u*tnm«rs. h"m<» or out by day;
we) womraenW . term« r^asonabi^.
DIFFLET. M 0 East 120th-s;
t>RE2 iSMAKINT, or family »»wln« by ih»
-^a-. or taif horn* »>irln«. rsfWn ■
EXPFRIENCF.R ladle*' dressmaker wl»hea
work, home or out Miss PANDEERG.
142 F.«.«f -*i2rl-»t
UJPT^Bankbo^k^. "42f1.0«' on t>rr Do^k
Savinr" Bunk A!"- p*m™ hav.nr cla Una
upon Mid book *• -ai!M upon ''\ rr *** !
the same W t.h» •ink wtthin thirty <lay».
ar th. -Aid -O__ wtl. I* declar-d ran
c«lle<i an.l «xtin_u«ih<^l »n.l a mm on«
laaued In !l«'i thereor
\S>ST -Bankbook X* 821 «m Bank for
yn *th m\- t*~w T«^k P»y
™. ..%„,;. Please rWßrt **»>* '-» *•''*■
A, r OVSETR VATIVE. well .g-bllshed pub
ii-hlne no_s«. tn tba highest standing, of
£!?<__? unusually araacrrn investment of
72 ■ ,• H p^r * nt PrTerred Treasury ■— K
'_F* \"*r on as »* s «•-.■: prod tai. interest anl
principal pavahle q-ia.-.r ■• guaranteed We
can on>r the Investor an esacattre position.
It oualined. at a liberal salary Full par-
Kinars will t.e s-inmiued on raqnaM of ad
vertiser tiiMissu SETVRITY. Bos r»
,-"•."_ A '" O!In « "an with rapiral to
._ v financial marairem»nr «nd learn
!i „_."*** ln a r i-r»m already c* tatv-
Msr,e<j in Broadway: exclusive agents for
» well _dv.rr_».d W-sSero product refer-
Box 3f>. Tr!h>ir- Office
WANT TO prißßrm- J«.fw> to bur
Osoiali ptns Umber, wi giv timber
a_. -<-<-!irlry. and r-turn money each month
ag timber (s eul will pay $g±; an. can give
good Joca! Georgia reference; p r!! t return
payment in two months, flnal pavm»nt
-bout »lKht»en mont i,s. Address GEORGIA
TIMBER T-ibune Offlce
BY VIHTL'H of an e_»cutlon. leaa Bern
stein. Auctioneer, wii! Mil to-day, at 9
a m., six gilt chaJr? at 54 Madlson-st.
SAMT-EI. K. ___EN_O__N. C»r» Mar
211 Ea*t 42d-st — First class domestics _r»
supplied: also mariaglng houseke«p«ri. m_
trons. governeß»e». tutors, etc
MRS. L: SEELY
HF". EMPLOYMENT BUREAU TO
23 West 39th St,
'Phones 37<V>, 3T9B — 8-th.
EROOKL.TV OFFICE. 34 NEVIXS-ST.
Mrs. alma BENS-S emp_ot__n*t
OFFICE, 63 Cooper iar». near Wana
maker's—Firs' •-lass male and female
help, all nationalities: referer<-e, a'.wayi
Investigated Telephon* 2.94T — Orchard.
IBQDV TOOJK [_s_irs
AT PA NT A? NT r- __TAB--BH_-)
Hat Store. 214 «rh-a c. near 14th-st.
Best 2 and 3 dollar hat? sold in the city.
AT REDUCED PRICES — SOO t«<-ond hand
wood and Iron i«-ork'njf machines, fully
guaranteed; machinery bought and ex
chanir-d. lEO. B EDDT. S9B Mad^nn-s'
OLD GOLD AND «Jl_,^"_R-
OLD GOhV Jil--e,r and precious stones
bou_ht a' highest market \-alue, mad«
Into new artl< lea :-r: -r exchange for new jew
•lry or Japanese goods at M F. TEPFER3
FA'TORT. If TVegt 3igt-gt., ba.iem-nt .
VACtrrjTM CAP FOR INDUCING HAIR
GROWTH booklet and -Smonstrattoa
tT'-f V xct'fil-CAP CO. 108 Fulton- st.,
rj-pewrlttas; — S cents p«r line.
TYPEWRITERS.— All makes »o!_. rent«_
repaired. e_chanc»<l: reliable service.
GORMAN. 79 Na_sau-«t. Tel_pho_» -740
QVICK TTPETVTIITER REPAIRS: Imme
diate service on -n.s: ;hS__-S most r«a
eonablp. F a. DTETT. 60 Broadway Tel.
AG_TNT_ for Masonic lAf» Insuranc- :n
New- York State. New ,r»rsey and Penn
sylvanla: must be n Mason; quick returns.
Address .T F GRAY .Agents' Department.
fll_ West fith st.. Clncrnnai Ohio.
AGENTS WANTED — _ooJ_t__ Dor Bt«__y
employmeo l the year round? Our ag»nts
earn from $I."> to t-." weekly; fr— l-a"or> 3
in puccessfitl »ai»!«mar,ship make exp-rl < *i'*e
unnc-ofsary C_U C F. ADAMS CO 70
Ert^-pr., .T»rs<? v Ctty.
TS_ -K. METAL. WEATHERSTRIP for
<ioor bottoms is unequalle'l Ir. •■rrlctenr-j
ami durability; han<i!>ome r>isfar>i- Bn
ishes, hlgn-st satisfaction; pnc» _M|)emte;
ss^n's make hljr money. Psrrl'-uiar?. Ad
are«_ rXTROSTTLE COMPANT. Marfetra.
■_ ,-P WANTED.
New proposition on New-York moniln.
newspaper *cr work in Greater New-York;
steady work to good men WILLIAM H.
GUTELIUS. 8 a. m.. Room 1. TTlbuae
.SALARY AND COMMISSION
APVEFTTPIN'O CAVVASSER —Good man
"•ant«^l on y»_rlv standard publication of
htjrh peputatlioo; comn_a_.on bfisi?. roter
er/ce? remired. Address Mr H.. Bnx irt.
ENGLISH GROOM wanted on gentleman's
l-oubUj place. QUI 3 p. m. to-day. »
Plne-Et . R>-m 213.
DON FEEDER wanted R. BALMER,
MAN" HT"NTING I? OUR irSINES-
If yo_ ar» '-ompetent to fill a strictly high
gxari» peaitlon cal! or write HAJPSOOPS
(toe '. Suite BWB, 308 Broadway N T.
JOB and LINOTYPE compositors wanted
ar the Jersey citj Printing Co.. No 37
Montgromery-st!. Jersey City. Nine hours a
day $1P and $21. respectively open sl.op.
Steady work to competent m-n
MEN wanted in F-.nama and the Philip
pines. hUh sa!ai:«-s free fare an.! travel
line expenses, enclr.se S-cent stamp ror
par'i-alan THE TRANS-OCEA-nC CO..
Box 2.288. San Francisoo. Cal.
WANTED-Ai secretary or s—pertntendent
of buildings and larjre farm, near New-
Tork must be first -i.iss al! r-mr.d man.
accurate d:::sr»r.* and s__ olately trust
worthy onr liavtaaj .rienc3 In "r.zln-er
•nc or balldlaK or contract n-ork preferred:
should be familiar with modern farming or
car° . i llwiUicli : state Bg« and salary __-
pseted H H.. Ekrx 20. Tribune Office
STATE FREE EMPLOTITENT BUREAU.
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
The State Free Employment Bureau has
removed to 120 ISth-sr ■ cor Ir-'-.s Place.
Emplovwi of labor wi I advise us of the
kind of help wanted, and apr"!ntment3 wiH
be made for such to meet them. Office,
hour*. 9 a. m. to 5 t n_: Saturday. 12 m.
Telephone 5437— Gramercy.
ETTENT "hambermaid and ■aIUU— ,
boarding house; reference 9 Ea." «M Si
COOK — Proteatant, with yood references
|40 to v> sJ»ti Prot-stant lady? maid,
$.li' Mrs COLJ-IEK'S. 1-2 We«t 23d-gt.
filßl/P WAJSTJ-D to fio ght manuracur
ln_ work. COL-JNB I-TK ECRADICATOR
i-n 2.1«« An:birv-i-«.. near 1"»lst-»t.
HOt'SEKEEPBIH winred a* once by re
tired phyetcian in «üburbar. etty. Apply
to H V CONXHCT. US Exchang- Place.
.jAree-. I !Tyt. T^lephcr.e 746 — J-W-T
ADVERTISEMENTS and subscriptions for
The Tri-ane received at their Uptovvn
Offl'-e No 1.364 Broadway, between 36th
and 37tn sts . unti, 9 o'clock p m Adv-r
rl_em«l_ recel-ed at the following taud
ufl-c«s at regular office r^*e» unr_l___o__l_>£_;
A y M.I, UtOUKT MAN. with rrola. woofl
A-^ironA -^iron would do the repair, .r la fao
tary or iars- building A-Mr-si. " M B
O 4M Myrtl»-avA . Btoeklyii
inm-NTANT - i-Vrtifl-d public ac-ount-
A an? desires a _.r__u.«t po-W« -«th
first clvi Cm or corporation -• r. *■•
Box «7, Trlbin_i ome*
cmivvrfTEP V"«n«- man. I*. expen
41« Eai? »Oth-s f
R.-w-^vKEEFEP - E_perl<»nc«! modern
.*;.. — . merrlal
r, w XI rSferenre* V. K. 533 L_o-_r4
«t , o_lyn
ro-r i* in •rica! plar». rhance to
learn nß!_Bi-s t» J«flW»B-«I., Brook
r.OY l ft in whii»»^ » artac and liquor
'hous* '»! Park-a^». liquor •- --
BOY I". 'I"*'-!"" 5 rlar* 1 »v»ntn«s In of
ftr» r,T at amthtnir. a"^n"i« hich aeiMei;
-»n ctwrat. I *•• iiftumn
Lol'l3 Ft'NDL,ER. »• H#nri-«t
p.ov T7 -r. eSet ef r«!!»bi>« wholesale
hou*f THOIHAB CUUKK, vatw 3d «v.
rot IS. pu»!tlea, m-lth i-har.c? tar a.i
mtiKwmeai ' B Gas?, 11<Mi2 Bt
• HEMT?T — Japan«M>. esllasja grsdamt*..
3XWAL S3rt Essi S7tb-«t.
8, IS, 20, 22. 24. 26. 3. West Fourteenth S-W-t
T. 9. 11. 13, 15. IT. 19. _0. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 27 and 2_ West Thtrt-enCo 9t
Autumn Designs in New Styles In Women's
■Women's Tailored t Wool, Silk and Lace
Fall Walking Skirts «. Jackets and Cloaks
In Great Variety For Cool or Rainy Days
Don't think that b«»oaus<=> it is thp custom plsewhere to
sell at higher profits at beginning ol season that same
policy prevails h<=rf» As our pri^f** evidence, quick
sales are first consideration and values are always be
yond the ordinary.
WOMEN'S TAILORED SUITS WOME-TS PRESS SKIRTS
Bla"k Broadcloth and Narr -| RiacV Brmd-lnrh. rheTtett an 4 "| « __._)
r- n ,vtot— P___or-_ Co_l If. QQ Farm Twe-da bos sad «i<le iS.VO
«--arr-'i — =ihaw! or velvet " J _ . ST O r |_at«- -irs«*ad of J4 fl« >
collar— -.-ai'i« $23 ft DRESS SKIRTS
WOME-TS TAILORED ST'TTS F ._. v vroo) Twi o T •- ■»- "J
Brt«__rf_tha__tC3**rlo»-B»-e_l 12P g j BSa-k and Color,- fan Pl«» ' 7 -»*
Ce_t Models-full ple_te_ J yC worth »!->« ..-.
tttrta-18-t^d °* H_ women's WAiarni
THRI&B-QrAI-TER CLOAKS _. m ... j!!fi _ aM 3r(maa . 1
Black Broadcloth or Tan «ne eattrw 'r-' Tibd- f2.VO
• V.v-rr -fitted b_ch "•-rr-. 1-) r,O -•-»-= -»Uh <•)_««• tß_*»-
iwiim lwiimnnnWi ftTfr-Tr* - I*,VC tratton bach or front— «U staea. ■■'
v.-trh Collar -Co_t «'— >v» —_«»•_
w_rt_ $18 « CHIFFON TAFFETA WAISTS
WOMEN'S JACKETS $™g<£_?££?' \* qj.
Tan ro^rt-fuU vrarred- 'g.9g -' whK-. ' War It ■■ f^' yo
perftertlr tallore-— «attn Itned. . 5 "" ; r ., nr , _ __-- rfh $.-, iv. ...J
TOIRIST COATS _ rr T T EN ,; TH r-REPEKTMO3fOB
pater • ekets J
Percalines, Horeens Boys' and Girls'
and Other Lining- Warm Night Clothes
\c heretoforp. our T.inine Depnrt- E-MdqQart-n here, as mot_S9_tt
mPnt is notahl- for complet-_«w of ; know Aswtafflt. that u_
assortments— all the ponrect fabrics equalled nmrh»rp-pric_s the lam
for skirt. Jacket or coat Untag or p«t at which th« qnaliti€_ can b_
for <!rop skirfs and pfttiooats art purchased.
h*»rP — priff*<j richt! Childrm'a - ■ ■-■---- mgM Tiia-us)
Xotre pete-Ilnea- •«_ fln!Ph-the _to « -ts. ... .39 »•»_»»■■ .481
"famous ••Rlvar 1 qoallty— 3B Inch— chlWr-n'i Flannolerr* Nl(rSt _o"i_<
BUrk. »rhlt« li*ht and dark --.-■ ,- r <r»« — -•■—-.-.- --"ar —
t-lom— to any other malt- ,j y a r-r,MIn» to sir- .29^.50
unld it .1' • rhildrra'a •-..-.,..... ii_r__—
V-r^n,ed Sateen-^xtr. a- « P'^ •** "- -tnr^-sta- *to 1& .60
luatif _tM for Petticoat., Jack-t 25- s!z-s 12 to I*. .V»
linings. Bed Pets. Curtains. *-..... * '. — p__.^,- s Sarltarr Niptrt r»r_wsr»
Uuam- -,-, and pocket— ss___l
T-fr-ta Rustle- 91 Inch- Black, white __
and roiotr loa__ bii_. «re«rs I te. * yrs _•-_
be tt-r— twic- the width an- l-»s 4 to 7 yr- - .T_»
than har? the co,t of sllli * _,___,. n_i_»elett« Nlsht Fh'.rta—
. .. _ ._. h mad» Ukc >_t_- •—-_» 14 -r» — .49
g_X£_£°S££"^ » C-OTM r-U,,.: N,.ht rraw«-
T_l_e _9 '^^ ; I te> - — . _ .29
F_Ji osturr- BpecH • • .12 _a__Ssa«Ks
♦ — •
"Women's Ready-to-Wear Hats
Y n splend c its of Latest Fail S*yl«_rr
1.69 . . . i.98 . . . 2.48 . . . 3,98 to 6,08
Sheets and Pillow Cases
At 30 per cent iind^r iniinr Pricea.
SH_KTS= •' t4^^ l -41
S3_M - ■ .46
-ttt,-- CASES.. ___■ .12'^
__M .1 3 H
M_r,« ... .16
New Records in Rug Selling
Kn irlio spa nur great R'i_ D_i»rt__«il .on Third no_r of Se* B-fld
in_ thP finest d_y-ghted In New York.. with Its attract-** assortments
and Bplwidld TSi-es, pxpn>s* th* grwitwt apprertatJon of Hoth.-.-Et
for t3 w« msltp to h-^P thi- week', Mtefl erllps*; anj we hare yet known.
Bfaown in rh* Matchles? offor here_ snbmitted.
BBOB_I-ET*S CELEBRATED , ?26.9« VFIVFT 7U-r;<s 19.98
SMYRNA nrr T vrtTets iMii _ tn-*--»-
T.t4 yards, in a magnificent ran=e nf made in one pi«ee no seaia.
patten^, and coh>rtag_, at Bpectaßj tgg, «r -g*- • :_: _^ S ;
low pric?<= for this faraons make; — p«_p<e4t-_ R«4 _r and -«___
Grade X 16.98 _ gaim . -_-_•__.«_.
Grade XX 21.93
Grade XXX 27.69 FINE VTII.TON RFC.
r.^rx-nv-4 nr-r-c in designs »o attractive and, coloS
MORAVIAN SMI RNA RT < T > blending. *r, _,h that we will try
15x30 inch ... .29 to - - -, inrr]A ifjp-i o f t hi»ir beantjrj
j 24T<1 lnrh -58 -.___,_, .-*- ---air m*__Uo_ cestr*
; _9_SS inch .Ho »(rh bi-ndinits of dark Blue. Gold UMt
o----' i an_ ' ■*_• i_— i 1.69 U_bt eamMamOcmm.
4 7t« «'• 2.98 Old Blue or i-ar*>te c«n_re— »_ry
Rich M>4al!icn. T? •• .£ PS d«fflmlt colorfanf to I "*r _**__!
ooa cenieT a-.n rentre Os_re» of d_r__t
Pmall and ----- [• Px '' 3. W0 «had» wtUs m-r|rllnir<! of f», whltav
! .■.t*. fr g OS rtw_eD «roi-i. *r Pmall Pe>rsla_ Da
designe — _ur<» ; . - „ _- r p st?n? tot lA^rvry or dining roan
Mtad ln Olr*_
Ve_el s dye. T "il" « ft .. ( .yb ar d_n red— a!oo UuTrer patterna la
T '2 '• . . . 9.98 otharco-or*
11. 6x1*.» ft- . 1 5.08 1 Ptriltlnp pa't»rns ■-. Turkish and
13tI«* ft 1P PR Moorish c»lutl_«j — brilliant reds a_4
J "' I ass
Three _rndes in Fin^r Smyrnas. - pp O khara fr'sr-.* tn r_d_a_ ru.il— \
Incl-dtng the very best hizh sr__e re_s •__ _-—
all wool, in all Btew. _ „-.-»__
_T EQUALLY ATTRACTIVE 6x» ft. »2xH yds.. 19.93
PRICEB. &3_:10.e ft. -"4" 4 Td».».2P.98
BODY EmrSSELS RTJGS ■ > ' s - v - fT (^^* l»» 52.98
v """^' .11;'-"" 4«x7 f ___"" 1 .nc BALI \VP rORTUPOR
worth 18.80. 4US to match abort J49 to 11.83
w rtfc fftSfl T.3M - _,- (, ii _^a
Today, Tuesday, Until I P. M.
To prevent dealers from w
reSPr -,.-_ privilege oi restri*ning quantii
MEN'S DOME NUiHT SHIRTS ;>.\fVß.\.\ Rrt;s
N»a - Srrtp««« and OoiOTtnif "ml full. g ».^t i- e ?a i-i.-r.** wi<l*— in a
an<! «Ctn lonit r'arl h\irrnr« - 2(^ npi>ndl<l '-ante- of n^w .««t «-"-.
a!! stj»? -R#__iar prtr* ift centi '"^^ - 7
MAIN rtOOR— WEST Rril^niN'*'. ,inrt Ortental worts *l 1!^ f)Q
Mnrrjrr Sp«"toi Prtcn .v^j
WOMEN'S NKW SILK BELTB thtrd floor sew bchjuko.^;
Blark ar.i colors __taT«. imM ri"l>lv ».'V nvn CliiTH s !
or bodi<-»- -with and -without |7fWaa4i pplendldlr- ftrtcttr fnst rek*
hiirkles— 2» to 41' cents * J ' mSUmr ■l-s'itr:.' "T Mwlalllon •-entree
MAIN TlSH^R—r-EXTRE BUH_Pn Bora] bofd*r»- etua be mnJ _
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WOMBVB ->REBS BKIBTS - •• ■■
■trens ___C Mohair -Fi..k P— -.. "ACS FXOOP SgW BTTTLPrXO-
Blue— 'he fa»hlon»M» f!»s?'-1 — ii-'-i-.iX PO\t JFFS
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: band— Four Dollar valu- J>c *• ,4, 4 ,^..>., 5
B_:CON_ TUOOB— WIW pt-TtJ-'TN'"; Wilts. nilWr«m'» Co«»a. W«»«o«
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SKIRT CHEMISES M^,>, pxoOß CENTRE K 1 U.rt.vr, \
■piri* n_lw_i->li iimiwl ft >qnatr« n#"C» ! . — '
fanov vok.f t* wl*> d__n of MERi 'ERIZEI> I.IN' v' • XTFENS
la-e r- T emb v hemstltrbed turk«.
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.mb ■. XMIHtU man> trtea bark ard \lmn~y »had^ >.*1 " " *
-- - -IkW. mm 1 wtt* ruffle. f« drop rtlrt.. jaokft
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CRII_f>REN*B RHOBT DBEBBEB BIJEAi.*HED PI LI.O W PA_ I
Tr>,(.^ ij.wn-Pr.r-)! ? II l|lH~ «9«M ,rr —♦ -^■co.M .irrn munlla—
White L«wtv— .t». n «>. i(»«lut»b fr»e o* am .rtrrh
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*~" SOLD ONLY UNTIL ONE P. M.— NO MAIL ORDER*.
German Linen Tickings
Poiirt mi_— "t r-^ o" blue wtth
f a «r c-i-rrs— feather proof.
an 'inch 19-- .29 .39 »« 39
34 inch —" ■■ -VS
6« inch .79 .98-- I.^*9
X- «j.-h stork «!<wli»r»
And nowhere «« low.
Extra Fine PiUows
iThoice whitv Geos*» Fpatb«"«.
Fin*> Fanrj tripe Tickine
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