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Lord & Taylor
Women's & Misses Winter Coats
Women' ft ft Misses' Coats
cf Broadcloths, Cheviots and Mannish
Mixtures, in loose, half-fitted or tight
fitting effects; recently priced $40.00.
Women s Evening Coats
of Imported Broadcloths, lined with
Satin Ducheese; colors, blaclc, tan, gray,
red, white; recently priced $50.00
Women's Imported Lace Coats
black and cream Renaissance Laces,
lined and interlined; recently priced
$100.00 to $125.00
Women's <| Misses' Coats
odds and ends, about 100 garments, in
cluding Cheviots, Manni6h Mixtures, in
v •4 lengths and Rain Coats; recently
priced $20.00 to $SO.OO each «
Entire Balance of Girls Coats
(4 to 14 years),
recently priced $16.50 to $35.00, reduced to
$10.00 and $15.00 <*<*•
100 Women's and Misses' Fur Lined Overcoats.
$60.00 value; Special $39.50
Made of imported broadcloth 6. colors black, navy, brown, red. reseda,
tan and gray, lined with Russian squirrel. Persian lamb collars and
finished with loops.
Special Purchase of One Thousand
Silk and Lace Waists
On Sale Monday, Jan. Bth,
At Less Than HALF Former Prices.
Descriptions as follows:—
Heavy Tatfeta Plaid Waists finished with -1
Heavy lajjeta jriaxa n aisrs lacß chGm _
isette and cuffs and s atin girdle
. Crepe de Chine Waists, *»k lined ■ $?.()O
t ~~» Tir-lc.*- crmm shade, chiffon lined, fancy .
Lace Waists, lare yoke 9 Orlglnal paces 15 .00 each
T \~~ o **>A A'/>f Wnifift <ream or white, chiffon, . •**
ljqce ana rset n_mßts 1 llned faDCy lace yokes. Tnnn
%or full length sleeves, also fancy waists of crepe r S> * U.UU
de rhine and radium silks, with applications of laces j
in fancy Phades. Original prices $18.50 to $22.50. ... J eacn -
Trie above are positively the best values ever offered
in waists. . -
Broadway and 2Otli St., sth A-ve., 19tli St.
Annual Clearance Sale of
Commencing Monday, January Bth
we will place on sale 50,000 yards of carpets of
the following standard grades, comprising an
extensive assortment of patterns and colorings
Buitable for all furnishings.
Best Quality Wilton Velvets
at 97KC. & $1.15 yd.,
value $1.65 & $1.50.
Best Quality Velvets
at 82KC. yd.,
Best Quality Body Brussels
at 97KC & Sl.l 2Mc. yd.,
value $1.65. & $1.50.
Remnants of Velvets and Brussels
at 55c. & 65c. yd.
The above represent exceptional values and
we particularly commend them to all hotels and
other large purchasers.
Lord & Taylor,
Broadway and Twentieth St., Fifth Aye., Nineteenth St.
BVSAWAY ON BRIDGE.
Four Women in Coach Frightened
but Not Injured.
Shut in a coach, behind a pair of spirited
horses that had taken the bits In their teeth
and were running away. Mrs. J. B. Martindale.
whose husband Is connected with the Chemical
Bank, of Manhattan, her daughter and three
f-'ends. were whirled across the south roadway
o' the Brooklyn Bridge at a pace that made
their heads swim yesterday afternoon. By *ood
fortune the coach did not strike a trolley car or
any other vehicles, and the horses were stopped
•by two patrolmen Just before they reached the
-big gate that had been closed against them at
the end of the roadway.
Th* membere of the Martindale party, all of
■whom live at the Hotel St. George. Brooklyn,
had been to a matinee in Manhattan. Besides
3fr». SlartlndaJe and her daughter. Ethel. Miss
Bather Eroith. Miss Gertrude Middledltch and
"Nils* Dorothy Morehead were In the coach. The
hones had been restive through the entire trip.
••William H-ndrickson. the driver, had difficulty
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Announce for This Week
An Exceptional Sale of
at Half Price.
as the coach was being driven back over the
bridge. Patrolman Gardiner stopped thp horses
and told the driver that he had better fasten
his lines in the bottom hole of the rurb bits.
Thf driver said he he thought the middle hole
would do. so the poilceman adjusted the reins as
This did not seem to have the desired effect,
however, as no sooner had the horses started
up again than they began to run away. Gardiner
telephoned to the Brooklyn end of the bridge
and had the big gate closed ax-ross the roadway
Patrolmen Thomas Stack and Edward Com
rnißkev ran into the roadway Just in time to see
The horses come pounding down the incline, one
man crouched at each side of the roadway and
snran« for the bit of the horse on his side as
the team came by. The men were dragged from
their feet but clung tn the bits, and their weight
Sought the horses to a stop within fifty feet.
The women, pale and shaking, hut not Injured
In the slightest, were assisted from the coach.
They were profuse In their thanks to the po
jloemen. who called another carriage and sent
CONDENSED CITY PARAGRAPHS.
The bnyii from the Newsboys' Lodging House, at
So. M Chambere-st. will hay« their New Tear's
Henry E. Holloway. seventy years old. the retired
•nsine drlvjp. JJvtol -* l - yo ' 6U Esat M\h-Bt+ .wha
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. SUNDAY. JANUARY 7. lOOfi.
was knocked down by his .laughter when he tried
to shoot his wife, was charger! with attempted
homicide and attempted suicide yesterday, and on
his son's request was sent to Bellevu- Hospital
The son FaJd his fatl.er was d«mented.
The sixteenth annual German <:harity Ball will be
held at thf Waldorf on Thursday. January 2b.
Memorial services will h« held at the New-Tork
Press Club at No IK N«M»U-st. ;on Sunday Jan
uary 14. /
Frank Planker. a licensed rigger, was killed In
stantly yesterday by a falling boil»r *hlch was
b<»ing hoisted Into place at No. 97 Cedar-st.
While crossing the tracks on The Bronx draw
bridge, at West Chester, yesterday. Stephen Butler,
pevrnty-nve years old. living at No. 1.100 Forest
ave.. The Br»nx. was run down and Instantly
killed by an eastbound NVw-Vork. Haven and
Hartford Railroad train bound for New-Rochelle.
The. Boost. ClOb, composed of Jobbers and whole.
salers of stationery of this city, will hold Its first
annual dinner at the Hotel Savoy on Wednesday.
Th* first smoker of tht Dublin iub, or|«.aii»d In
To-morrcrw, Annual Sale of
of rtusttn, Cambric and Nainsook,
important Reductions -in
Fur QarmeiMts, Neck Scarfs
and Huffs, of the choicest furs, a.so Fur &
C3oth Fur Lined Coats,
Cloth Fur Lined Coats
with Fur Collars, at $49.50, 75.00, 115.00
Formerly $65.C0 to 185.00
downs for Somtherm Wear
A handsome collection of White Linen, Embroidered
Batiste, English Embroidery and White Serge Gowns.
Also To-morrow, An Attractive New Model
of Messaline Silk, made in latest Princess Style, $^*P /^)
with handsome lace yoke, lined throughout with taffeta, at £sai»\s\J
Real Value $75.00
Suit Department, Second Floor.
Women's Hotuise Qowos
Special Sale of Entirely New Modeils
ChallieS, Real Value $8.75, $6.25
Albatross, " " 10.25, 7.50
India Silk, Real Value $12 & 16. 50, $5.75,11.50
Continuation Sale— Greatly Reduced Prices.
Cloth Coats, at $8.50, 32.50, 18.00, to 2&.00
Reduced from $14.00 to 60.00
Velour Blouses & Persian Cloth Coats, at 24.75
Reduced from $40.00 and $55.00
Imported & Domestic
Evening Garments, $30.00, 45.00, 65.00
Reduced from $58.00 to 95.00
Also the Remainder of
High Class Imported Novelties, at $65.00 to 110.00
Reduced from $125 to 295.00
French Lace Caartaimis
and Stores Bonne Femme
pecial Sale, at Unusually Low Prices
Renaissance Lace Curtains, Pair $5.95 to 12.00
Reduced from $7.75 to 16.50
Arabe Lace Curtains, Pair $5.75 to 18.50
Reduced from $7.50 to 23.50
Stores Bonne Femme. Each $8.00, 9.75, 32.50
Reduced from $1 1.50 to 18.50
West Twenty-third Street
takes place in our
the week Commencing January Bth.
Lord & Taylor,
Broadway and Twentieth St., Fifth Aye., Nineteenth St.
187<\ will be held at It* headquarters. Halryon Hall.
No. 537 3d-ave.. on Sunday night, January 28.
Mr.<=. AnnlP Sehultz. more than seventy years old.
wa* thrown down a flight of stairs yesterday at
No. 244 Cherry-st. by Joseph Dekopky and his wife.
It Is alleged. She was injured badly and removed
to the Gomorneur Hospital. The Dekopkyn are
locked up In the Madison-st. station houne. charged
WISNEWSKI DECLARED INSANE
Homer Case Witness Sent to State Hospital
After Doctor's Examination.
Northport Txmsr Island. Jan 6-Pendlng th* out
come of tli* trial, the body of Bartley Horn«r.
with whnne murd»r Pr. James W. Slmp»on. his
son-in-law. 1« charged, will remain In a receiving
vault in Rural Cemetery at Huntinston. It Is
likely the body will be treated chemically for
U*c*» of oolson, th«r» b<slr,g va.fu« rumors tnat
FIRST IMPORTATIONS OF PLAIN & FANCY SILKS FOR EARLY
SPRING WEAR IN THE NEW WEAVES & COLORS. IN ADDITION
EVENING SILKS IN THE LATEST SHADES AND COMBINATIONS.
Also To-morrow, a Special Offering of
8000 YdS. SATIN MESSALINE, SATIN gAC
LIBERTY & CREPE de CHINE, in a full assortment */ Yd.
of evening colors, including white, ivory and cream, at
To-morrow will be placed on sale a large purchase of very
SWk & Cotton Dress Fabrics
At Exceptional Prices.
32000 Yds. Crystalines I>'} c
in plain colors, satin figures, open small designs J=d Jai Yd.
and dots, in all shades for street and evening wear. at
Price Heretofore 48c Yd.
1500 Yds. Paris Moral Bordered %'l Z wa
Chiffon Finish Mulls. 52 inches wide, at J YCL
Value $1.65 Yd.
Throughout this week Continuation Sale of
r 2x2 Yds. $1.60 tO 3.90
damask 2 x2# " 2.00 " 4.85
. table . 2x3 " 2.40 " 5.75
cloths 2#x2# " 3.38 " 6.00
2%tl } " and larger 4.25 to H. 75
NAPKINS J Breakfast Size, Doz. 1.75 to 4.75
to match | Dinner 2.35 " 6.25
BLEACHED TABLE DAMASKS Yard 75C ' 1.45
HEMSTITCHED LINEN SHEETS, Pr. 3,90 " 6.50
« " PILLOWCASES, " 75C " 1.75
CROCHET QUILTS, re 1 «35
MARSEILLES QUILTS, 1.75 * 3.00
HEMSTITCHED HL'CK TOWELS, Doz. 2.25 5.40
TURKISH TOWELS. 2.90 ' 7.50
Also a very attractive collection of
Hand-made Decorative Linens
At Large Reductions from Regular Prices.
Extraordinary Reductions in Misses' & Girls'
Misses' Suits, of Cheviot, Broadcloth and £14. 7S
Mixtures, sizes 14 & i6yrs. Heretofore $20.00 to 30.00, <»./«?
MlSSes' Long CoatS. of Cheviot & Fancy Mixtures, loose box q q
model, velvet collar, 14 &16 yrs.. Heretofore Si a. 00 to i?.oo. y.y»>
Girls' Cloaks, of Cheviot and Fancy Mixtures.
full length, buttoned to neck, nicely tailored, excellent *» «_ , ft
school coat, 6 to 14 yrs., Heretofore $o.os to 1 2.^0, *«'« y^ l i O.ViJ
Children's CoatS, of Cheviots and Broadcloths, lined and « o
interlined, buttoned to neck, 2to n yrs., Heretofore ss.o* to 8.95, 0.V«3
Boys' & Children's Clothteg
Clear 3 ng Sale To-morrow.
Children's Overcoats. Small & Large Boys' Reefers,
Russian, Sailor, Norfolk & Double Breasted Suits, $«S,vs
Formerly $^.00 to 5.95
Norfolk, Double Breasted.
Vest, Russian & Sailor Suits. Formerly $6.40 to 8.50, 5,0u
Boys' Reefers and Overcoats,
Formerly $7.45 to 9.75, 0.95
Children's Fur Trimmed and Cloth Coats, Q g«
blue, brown & red Broadcloth & Kersey, Formerly $1 t.QO to i7-«;o, S^SU
the shot found In Homer' s body had been steeped
In poifnp before being placed in shells.
District Attorney Furman Is disappointed because
Frank Wfsnewskl's condition gives no promise that
he will be able to testify for some lime to come.
if ever. Furman's strongest argument against
the dentist was to be th>' testimony of this servant.
He and Mrs. Ella Homer. widow r>f the murdered
man. w»re hln star witnesses.
It is now Intimated that Mrs. Simpson will not be
put on the stand before Justice Partridge The
District Attorney hints that she has testimony
that will s.^rve the case better before a Jury. If.
however the District Attorney has the slightest
reason to believe that Justice Partridge will not
hold Homer for the grand Jury, then he will put
Mrs Simpson on the stand. _
Dr A J rapron and A. J. Rosanoff. of the Long
Wand State Hospital, declared Wisnewskl insane
after an examination yeeterday. He was at once
"mmltted to the Kings Park Institution All aa y
Wlsnewskl has been on his knees praMnK.
INCREASE IN INTERNAL REVENUES.
Washington. Jan. «L-The statement of the col
lections Qf internal revenue shows that for the
month of December. 1906. the total revenues were
Are now showing in their
Stu3ts 9 Coats & Dresses
West Twenty-third Street
During This Week
We Will Continue Our Special Sale of
Silk Petticoats, Kimonos,
Wrappers ana Corsets.
Lord & Taylor,
Broadway and Twentieth St., Fifth Are., Nineteenth St.
$22,178,230. an increase as compared with p**J^B
19« H. of 5316.0C6. For the first half of the WfM
fiscal year, ended December SI. I**. th * tO 2H
lection was $105.'V>2.549. an increase as £ $
with the corresponding period In 19"H or $*.•••■,..
NAVAL STORES. Jt
Th» market for splrltd turpcntln* w«» * b J*JI.^S«H
on somewhat eaay Southern marVe". "*' h .ZXisi* *■
quiet Rosin wm qutet l«ut st#*dy and uaen»«i
|3ftft«S3To for common to *001 »tramea. •
about steady and unchangeti W« <!«<** _ bb!*- 5
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eetpt«. 101 bbl» TT-sprNTINE- Spirits. ♦«• T