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Club, with its superb accommodation.-'
ball-rooms, liven', garage, tennis courts,
golf links, boating and bathing beaches
is open to all purchasers of country estates
in Belle Terre (Port Jefferson).
DEAN ALVORD CO..
277 BROADWAY. NEW YORK
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
■ ' ago. May !«.— lrirrea-*^ rrrpipts and th»
.ttabtlitT of an aucrnontfyi movement «tu!««»d a
li'avv wheat market h«»rp to-day. At th« close July
B :i«»at »ss lie to %<- lower. Corn was »^c hiphcr.
i i.iK? v,rrt> up \c. Provisions m-*re Tic lower to
;•' ■ zhfT.
The -wheat market or-ei^ easy, because of lower
prices abroad, both at Liverpool and on the Conti
nent, and the favorable "weather for the growing
. -op In this country- The local receipts were
f«!rlv heavy, find statements from Kansas City
and "other points in the. Southwest "were, to the
. f?e«*t that heavier shipments might be looked for
next we*k. There -were some reports of damage
hy lrt-ec.tK. but these were outweighed by the re
port* of large receipt*. The close was weak. Jiily
opened m.c to He lower, at SSk-. to BSyc, sold be
tween SST«c and SS^4,o to R?*»c, and closed at 88%e to
Wo. Clearances of wheat and flour were equal to
r-s.(nn bcsbels. Primary receipts 'were 370.000 bush
els, ajral.ist 651,000 bushels on, the corresponding day
of lest year. Minneapolis. Duluth and Chlcajaro
reported reoelpta of 2» cars, against 237 cars last
week, and 411 car* a year ago.
Corn was weak early in the day. because of a. Id.
<3«c3toe at Liverpool and In sympathy with wheat.
Sooa aflor the opening: shorts attempted to cover,
and «rfferlTip» being- scare, price* scored a gt>od nd
vance. July com opened Vc and to »4c and %o
Icwer. at ur«c to SS%c, sold between «K>ic and BSc,
and closed at 66c Local receipts were 169 care,
with S3 Ft contract grade.
Trade In oats was light and ■unimportant. There
«if eotae ►filing: of September on fine crop pros
recta, Reisorts received from Kansas and Ne
braska announced an early harvest, and th-> also
■«»*• a depressing- factor. July opened ?ic lower,
flt 46^a sold between 46*ic and 4?c» and eloped at
47c. Local receipts were 274 cars. Tb« provisions
market ■was dull, but closed a shade firmer than
yesterday. A heavy run of hogs In the "West was
a depressing" factor. July pork closed Sijc hjpher
at JIS42J4. T^ard was "unchanged at $S 40. Kibfl
were ■)§■ nlgher. at $7 27»i.
■Estimated receipts for Monday: "Wheat. 81 cars;
corn, 206 cars; oats, 27S cars: ho£7. 16,000 head.
THE WEEK'S BANK CHANGES.
<— Oearlng Hr-».«» raraiben^ weingt. —
May fl. May J6. < "hanire*
tmmm _$i,it«i.34r.?« 93.^1. 120,000 1nc.*4.777.509
**!>•<-!- £13.304..Vi<» Sl3.afii>.SoO Inc. 676.0<V»
7rf*^-J tmStJ- «S.l6rt.2t«rt 6fl.«lM.J*nO Inc. 1.521.709
T«^.orit« 1.27A.324.!>0» *1.?T«i.23f».«00 Inc.
<;rcTj!a.tioa — . tT.C37.0U0 &7, - Jwi.2C<o I«?c 131.400
, Trsited Ptatea <3*>p<»!tß inehuS-d. $31,698,400.
Ttm folloirlnF Fhows the relation be i ween th«
trrtal r«s>erve and the total deposits en th« respec
tive dates:
. M*r» Msylfi Chanp^m.
P;»ra« — SZl3.&H.*nn $31.^9*0.<W» Inc. 5676.000
]>r*l tender... «8.16'>, a«) «' iSl.9f>o Inc. 1.521,700
~r • $351.46i.700 ».-53.6^.41>J 1nc.52. 197.700
art- <3»p<*it* 517.551.Z3 515i.«i5.150 Inc. 1.478. 955
It**tm *C 3.653.475 564.607.250 Inc. *723.775
CL.EAKING HOrSD BAXKS— ACTUAI. OONTMTTOX
BSHMX.
LM _ _tt.:XK.R7T>.«;r>n In c .Jlo.W.V2f»o
Gperla — — 516.571.100 r»c. SS«.*r<t
l^csj T*n<3«» ...^_.-.. «J>.249,.v0 inc. l*«,2T>o
■T««rn(«it|i „ _ 1.2^.477.50f» Inc. J>,f*?.2'>o
ClrcaUtion .- . 67.<;»41.7t>0 »co. "74.000
-T*Trit«s Srat-- <?«^«os"» Jncl-u^-i J31,C5Z50n.
*>wrrip or all <epo«-itf«. dfrr>a»e $3.111. -«•<-— <vn
«ki<o*'t- ofhw than Unli<»<l Slates. d«creasa fi, 505,378;
fash reserve. rs.f>B per wit
■■••t.t OF FTATE BANTCS AND TRUST COM-
I UCIBB IX GREATER KBV TORK. NOT RB-
T'OHTIXG TO THE NEW TORK CLEARING HOUSE.
l.nans _ ...SSWi.RS*.y» Inc. Jt.SfW.SHO
~T« . _ 4S«.]6o.s<V> Inc. I.IM>.MV»
t«i trn«»r- _ ll.W>o.s^'o i»^ c . 176.200
T'tal <3»>pc*ilii - f07.16C'.3'<0 lac. 1f>.r»01.700
Kliminatinc amount* Sue
frritn r»w*rr»»
crd from othrr t>w.ks anfl
trust <L^nr>aiii<»s in X«w
York City — 711,324.700 Inc. 12.W5.6f>©
Mat* bsnhF Re.««r»-«. Ft <-t_
« >*!■, in vault _ J10.5T.&.600 11.01
I'< i"*ir* in bank* and tru»t -com—
P«ni« IBJM.4M IT/V)
Totals • •- ■. $36,351,900 28.01
TiUst comparj*^ —
<-s«h in vault $50,702,900 6.31
W]-.n fti in hank* end trust o>m
parif-g .37O«VT7!*V) -" -1
Hoitlf _ 37.213.400 4c;
'•'» « *2T>8. 1*4.200 32.15
Af-ET»*ai | imuh aa (fcuwll-. K3MJBMLMO: Irn:r?as«.
$l.f>oo.7rtO. r«^c*Eta«e cf lepal r«f!m, 32.-0
The- (nli"w:i:i! tables compare the Clearing Booaa
iav«*rarp'i> rtatemf-nt Tii-.h the statements of cor
■«'?pon<lir i <late la I&J7 and lf«»):
May IG. *0<». May ■!«. *©T. May 19. ■"*>
I^arJS n tw iTii — mm now iiujhwo. 722 100
•-:* • i513.5^.5T») 2i6.0«r».2r«0 iks.44l.«<h)
"-«*! tenCers <S>..^i.!>o 72,937. Sl.Sfts VKi
I-T>Tf : ",276.220.«"'.» l,loa.:fri.l»«M> 1.026. 552.900
OircuJatSoo 67,ai>3,2<X» 6u. 440.440 00.011.b10
Tbe followingr show- the relation bet-w-een the
total reserve and the total dtjoF'ts on the respec
tive dates:
Mir ]<». *<«. May 1«, '07. May P. -Ofl
PT<»<-14> - f3L~.M».504 »_. r ..<xJ(>2i«o $1K3.4U,«<»
T^cai t^Ddcxa «*,661.1«J0 72.fi37.700 81.395,000
Total r-f»-rv#... $8fe3.66^4i*0 $257,997,300 $303.537,r*)0
T«t«J r»«err»> asft.
«^>r<^«« 519.0C5.150 276,525,225 23«.7r«.2C5
: . ■■»»-« J84.607.2.V» $11,472,675 $~10,12».275
i: «i. at r*«rr>e. 80.0 38.0 C 5.3
ACTIVE CUHB STOCKS.
INDUSTRIAL,
RHaaaal 1 O?en-I HJgh-1 Low- I Lant
*oii. j i lug. 1 «rt- I cut. I sale.
•:■ «.iw MMDi J 84.'. I 850 i 345 I S-'O
[Bar Stale, <Ja» \ ' 7 . ' T»j %
-n":L«rUc Chain Belt.. W," f«'« M'« f M*
• 4-rr. Jianhatuia t^o ; IS 1 ! IS* l". 1 -' IS 1 *
]r>'il Manhattan Transit 2 V » 2'-t 21-12 1 - 1 2'a
2(V);PaEfiir!» Omcnt.. i Ms, l f>»* :. •» 55 X *
SSjSt&nd&rd Oil : «18 i «16-i 411 { US

RAILROAD.
*=fc»T»»l I Open- 1 Hl(rb-I Iy>w- 1 Lant'
• '•!<. ( I In*:. I «st. 1 ml. ] m*.
S«»ichJoß|ro aMaawr. 1!>SI l»% ) 13%) li-"*
4.SoOfni Owitrmj r-. C -irs .j 4% - ft i 4 f »| 4■.
MINING.
J?hjr«f>! I Opea-I Hirh-i I»w- j I.iet'
t ■aM I ' i Ing. i «st. | r»t. j Kale.
l.«»o| Alaska Mine-, Sec.. '-> iai V»| "3
l"0 ♦Atlanta OosflllaU.j 22 '. 22 I 22 22
BUifMjn <>r, Was 7-K. 7-16 7 1«; 7-18
I .fWßceton OopixT ( 12'» 13*4 l^Hi 12 *
• Brit Of! c->->per. .- ] *'* *"%[ 4". 47.4 7 .
:65'But'» Coalition ' 'IT, 'is 24'« 24« i
aro] Bun© st New Tor*, i 2 ,' I i■» . 2
87.W10 tC*>baJt Central....? 2>--. 30 1 2S ! i So
100 Con Ariz Hmr-ltina; IS 1 1* I IK ' ir
S.<<'o.CumberlKJii3-E!y Ml >■ ' -. »*♦( >■'« *S
f.an r»avis.-Da;.v EstatOLl aa 1 * I Bi»i S'« i .- „
3W»:Do1ct»« Limited...! 7 ! »' 7', 7 : » 7-*
*r*i: Dominion f.vpl-er. .\ 15-16 I 3-16 *15-iej 1 |-1«
2ft Jmoaila* Cow*r... 6 i 8 6 5
tm Xl Rayo 111 IP, 'l 11 1-.I 11-lijli 11-16
»iOjCly Oentral '.. %.{ •* *n »»
WiEly Consolidated... 2A i 2f. 2.". ' 2.".
J. ficx. Foster Cobalt . ...[ *i« I fiS 6T. Ail
W*»'tK"uraao»« (Jl-jt Cop IS : JJr.. r . 16 • 15
2"0 tGlbraltar I « I « \ « ■
JfO Ciroux Mir.::< ... 8% 8% 3"i 3 m i
1 .v«i 1 Gold Bar » J«H! 8 : »'i
2 I<«> «^».dfi«-ld Con : r,V LX '5 11 16 Ul6
T«»;tG<>ldfl*ja J»ai»v ..'«1 23 SI 24 : -. $1 23 11 24'»
;;-«in;r»<m— .. t> ; « i t»»» »'» &H
!<«• GntM Bihar.] *• *. % »»
r,<«>oi*G"w-ateT Cop gm. * I 9 t- f 8
««.' Guanajuato Con... 2V4 ! 2% 2M] 2H
«0 Indian Val Con... BikJ 4 3 T . 4
joO'Mex llip *• Sine.. 7V 7'- 7", 77 1 *
laOiMlaml Copper 6 I 6 j 4", r.
iMtOlMicriae Mint* 4 J 4 '-•» 4 4 :
n«. ( Mln«s Co of Am.. IS l'« IS IS
.ViO JI. Ki:il»y-I>arrairt. I J3-l«| 18-16 1 IS-16 33-16
«*.Vi'MontE*y-Shoßhcw I it HI T «j it-i«i if, m
lOrtljVi'-zuma cf C K. I %l \ , VI **
- .v-> N.v Con Copper.. 13'» ISS, t»%\ in%
•J2"( • -v rti»h M * 8.1 4 1-10 4'» S 1&-10 4
.V*. N,-.l«iir.g Mine*. ...j 7 J 7 7 17
,:,o Nr,r . P,uu« Ext..' 2 j «2H 2 , *2H
liVw'f.Vorth Ptar J 31H 11H( llHl im
70"j Ohio Copper 3V| 8H Si, 3^s
fTfO'Perin WyomlEC S5 40 X ss
l««tlPlttP «*Hver Peak. fl 80 '$1 «0 '«1 27 |1 27H
964 Predouß Met*.!*... •* j %i S •»
inc. «Kea Hill ' 23 | 23 23 ] 23
ZOO suver warn ,*- 10 »1 ] « «- 10 *- 12
kijO tt«wart ] 16-W 13-16 ■ 36-16 1&-1 C
S«0 Superior * Pitts..! IS 13 18 . 12
4V!TonorAh Exten«Jc* 1H 1H 1 1-16 1 3-16
ma TH-Bulllon .. i IS-16 2 I 3&-18 2
1 ;.Vi Tuna t>tr praf. .. 2*« 2% 2t 2»»
l.<X<rtt Union Xlnaa 1 1 T4T 4 1 «
M ' nrted Copp** 1 ."-- • 8 <"* ' ■**
2»o <• Dtoafl Woo » 27 >; 27
Yukon Gold Mlne» 4'il ♦ I 4^l 4U
BONDS.
* , — — — — - i Open- ; H.rh- I Ixrw- ! J-»»t
p^aa.] { fa*. I est. j cat. I bale.
'rLOOGIAEIeOj 6e A lat.J «•« • ■■» M*ij W4: <*H
ft*"! Ail st fir- ««... M m ; M r«.
<¥»• T ptL&-Wct4fl 71%) 71«f .!•»! 71 »
NEW YORK CITY BONDS.
Bid. A*k«d-t Bid. Asked.
4--p. May. *57. 1.10P14 1104 S^s, liar. T. 4. c. S.^i (W4
4Ws, May. '17, 1.104^ lA4»i 3',s, Nov.. *04. i. RD *:>
4^B. Nov., *a 7, i.iofti, llOHlS^ia Not.. '64 c SSIJ »0
4». May. -^7. r.. «>■, IChi 1 , i •(i' ! .,"r., Nov.. '06.101% 102
4», Nov., "St. r. :' O1 » 7 , •«». r.. Nov.. 'o».l<»2tJ in
4s. Nov.. W.. r. 99U 5*» T ii 6s. r., Nov., *10.104> 104%
4«, Nov.. '86. r. S9U «>'-»!
•Coupon or registered.
PHILADELPHIA STOCKS.
■Jan iiMwii by Charles IX Barn«T *• <> . No. 25 Kroad
street. New York, and No. VIZ South 4th street,
Philadelphia).
Fid. Asked.! Bid. Apl«ml.
Am Cement S3'i 34 I Ijphijrh Val RR. 62 62'»
Am Rv Co 44>«, 44* i Marsden '"-i I *
Cambria Steel... 31 Sl'4 Phila Co 3» 3!»*i
Con Tr of N J. 70 71 I do pref 4O 4<vu,
Eloc St Bat Co. •''I S3 I Pe.nn UR Co «oy, ttfi",
K!«<: Co of Am. JO loii Perm Sterl C 0... R2 «.'. '
Falrmount Trac. 9 10 do pr>f ft 2 OS
Gen Asphalt -T 4 Phi la EI"o C 0... >>S K *t
do pref 21 23 Phila Rap Tr 16', 18%
In* Co of NA. 21 21 U Sinoke]e»» Pow... P 11
Lake Pup Corp. 4 r. Union Traction.. « fi4'i re
do rref 2- . 27 Un Gas Imp Co.. sr.ij Sfi
Lahlgh Nay. . . . . SS >9 Wel&bach Co 25 27
EONDS.
Am Tly MBW Rs. »7 *7»i] Phila Klec 48 71' i 71%
Fn<~- i- Peo 4».. K% flrs I do 5« 100 v«ii«
X J Con .V* 104-» K»s'i! Phila Co 5s 97 98
Peo Pas; By 4». 97 f'.TS
CHICAGO CLOSING STOCKS.
•American Shipbuilding 4«'i| Quaker Oats 130
Cal & CMc Canal &D. W> I do preferred no
Chicago Subway lft'i! Streets Stable Car . 2774
Commonwealth Edison '.•::'— i «Jo preferred 91
Chicago Telephone 122% j Swift <!- Co 102H
Chicago Title & TruFt.llrt i Box Board „. 14
Kan City Ry * L pf.. 7.'> I do preferred 77 1 *
>"at)oca.i Carbon B3?a ,
•Ex dividend 1 per cent.
FERRY COMPANIES.
Bid. Asked. ; F.ld. AskeO.
Brooklyn Ferry. 1 a VT£- FT R Irt 5» .". «l
do :>• 2" SO 10th & 23d St 30 —
Bob Fer let ss. 9&<4 lOOK] do bonds _60 BO
do con 5« 90 Xi Union Ferry SiJ in
N Vi B R — 65 I do m 5s 70 fid
MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
MINIATURE ALMANAO.
Sue r.w« 4. 41. sun sets 7 11 Moon rises B Moon's a^» 17
HIGH WATER.
A.M. family Hook B:10'Gor. Iflani B:.Tn|nell G3*« 10 : ;3
P.M.— t-andy Hook B:3T.|Gov. Island 8:54 If el; <;,•!» 10:41
WIRELESS REPORTS.
I<b Tourair». reported an SS."S miles eflFt of Pand-" 1 Io^« »t
i^r.Mi y»s**»rday, 1«. exi:>«cted to dock about 10 a. m. to-day.
INCOMING STEAMERS.
TO-DAY.
VcaaH. From. Lln«.
•To:;, Ponce. May 32 N T A- P R
•I^a Touralne Havre. May • French
V<-r» Hu»lva. April 27
Colorado - Mobile. May 0 Mallory
J^andafT City Swansea, May 2 Bristol
Gt?rman!a Gibraltar. Hay 8 ._ Fabr<»
Fallanza Hamburg. May 1* Bamb-Am
City of Columbus. ..Savannah, May 14 Savannah
MONDAY, MAY IS.
•State.3da.n2 Rotterdam. May 9. Hollar.3-Ani
■Caracaa '"uracao. May 11 .Red D
•Thetipii 1 Barbadoa, May 11 lamp * Holt
•Crown Prince. Barbados. May S Print-*
California Glasgow. May » Anchor
Zealand Antwerp. May !' ~Red Star
Tliomley S»vilJe. May 3 .
Comun -^ New Orleans. May IS So Paris*
Xl Ci<l Ga.lveston, May 12 So Pacific
TUESDAY. MAT 19.
•Kaiser Wilheim ll. Cn«rbour«r. May 13 X O Lloyd
•Finance Colon. May 12 Panama
•Havana Havana, jla> 16 Ward
•p a Wllh'lm Roioa Stay 12 Hamb-Am
<"F"Tlet«en Christ iajisand. May ft Scand-Am
Mrsaba London. May 9 Atlantic Trans
CArpatliia Gibraltar. May » Cunard
Armenian Liverpool. May » 'White gtar
Concho OalveFton. May 13 Mallory
City of Savannah... Savannah, May IS Savannah
•Brtr&s rr-all.
OUTGOING STEAMERS.
MONDAY. MAY 18.
V«aaal
Vessel. For. 1-ine. Mall closes. aails.
hrnimrn. Paramaribo. D ■«" I 1 1 :00 am 1:00 p m
Jamestown. Norfolk. Old Dora 3:00 pm
TUESDAY. MAY 10.
Kn.nprinz Win, Bremen. N <? Lloyd.. fl:3oam 10 do a m
Afghan Print*. Argentina, Prince 12:(<0 m K:<n>pm
AHUnca, Colon. Panama 11:30 am a:(N>p m
Yutnuri. Tamiiico. Ward .'l:(H>pin
niwiiamtw. Jaekaonvllle, clyde 3:(tfi p m
HamUton, Norfolk. Old I>>mlnlon — — - 8:00pm
WHDKBBDavT. MAY 20.
Adriatic Fouthampton. jllWiliail ... &:30am il:Oa.tn
Lucania, UverrKK>l. Cuiutrd «..*?(> an> 10:00 am
Velasquez. Argentine. ljtmi> & Holt.. B:<iOam 12:."!<>
Altai, Inacua, Hamb-Am 11 mi am 2:'Hipj,i
Noordam, Kotttrdam. Holland-Am.... fc:Uoara
I«*..ra. Napl*«, Austrian — —
Uitusile. Naples, La V«-loce
A. .»:;.... OaJwatOM. AJaliory l^:<V»m
.T«ffen>on. Norfolk, Old Dam „.. 3:oopm
Matasaaia, Havana. Ward 3:00 pm
SHIPPING NEWS.
Port of New York, Saturday. May 16. 1908.
UUVaV.
Steamer Luctr.ia (Br). Warr. Liverpool May 9 and
QinsjisliiaiH 10. to the Cunard Ss Co, Ltd, with 24» cabin
aad :*H fteeraK? passengers, mall* and n.dj-e. Arrived
At the liar at 4:15 a in.
,-»!.»iiier Kaliterln Augu^te Victoria <G*r>. Ruser, Ham*
burs May 7, Southampton and Cherbourg 8, to the Ham
burp- •,er:.an Una. with 4:t6 Oabta. 1I«1 third cabin and
<».+ steentja pa*M-neera, irJiils and Dadaa. Arrived at the
> Steamer Oomai. Tlii-k. Galfritow May }». to the Mallory
!=» Co. »Ith p*as«aa*ara and aaiaa. Left Quarantine, at 6:0,1
.- "Veamer Retina d' ltalia <Ital>, Ok awl. Gpnoa April ».
Napl«a SO and Palermo May 2. to 1 "aar< ■ ontl nidi «f.
„!•.'■ jinl 319 Fte*>rape uaaaaiwrra and BHtoe. Arrived at
the Hsr at USD p in J.'ith.
gteamer i>4ii ( [Bi Hanlctt, Liverpool May 7 »nd
Queen*to»n ' to Hie \Vhir<- tar Line, with :'«W cabin
and 2.*.6 neVrajr- paaacacen and md*e. Arrived at the
Bar at J.S7 a a*.
m:w-yot{k daily tribune, Sunday, may rr, 1908
Furniture Department
Dining Room and Bedroom Furniture
\Ye direct attention to our extensive assortment and ex
ceptionally reasonable prices in these departments. We
have, this week, marked especially low prices on the
following: —
Golden Oak Dining Room Suit
1 Sideboard \
t China Closet / t
1 Extension Table $100.00 Complete
1 Service Table \
I
luir/y English Dining Room Suit
1 Sideboard \
1 China Closet / 1
r Extension Table \Si 50.00 Complete
1 Service Table )
Colonial Dining Room Suit
in Solid Mahogany
1 Sideboard \
t China Closet [ %2 QQQ comp l ete
1 Extension Table 1 J r
1 Service Table )
Mahogany Bedroom Suit
in Colonial Style
t Rureau )
1 Chiffonier $1 10.00 Complete
1 Dressing Table )
Circassian Walnut Bedroom Suit
in Louis XV. Style
1 Rureau j
1 Chiffonier $140.00 Complete
t Dressing Table )
Very Special
in Mahogany, Bird's-eye Maple, Golden and Natural Oak
Dresser $31.50 each
Chiffonier $27.50 "
Lord & Taylor
Broadway & 20th St.; sth Avc; 19th St.
Steamer Rermudiaii (Br), Fraser, Bermuda May 14, to
A E Outrrbrldge & Co. with 244 passengers, malls and
md»». Arrived at the Bar at 8 a m.
Steaintr £t I, mis, Jamison, Southampton and Cher
bourg May ». to the American Line, with passengers,
malls anu mds«. East of Fire Island at 7p m.
Steamer Pretoria (Ger). Schrotter, Hamburg May 2,
Boulogne S and Plymouth 5. to the IlamburK-Anierlcan
JAM. with passenger*, mails and mdse. ISast of the
Llrhtshlp at 7:50 p m.
steamer Fitzdarence <Hrl. Stott, Moll^ndo January 3.
Arica — , Caleta Hu<-na February 21, Iqulque 24, Tocopilla
— Valparaiso March 18, Coronel — , Montevideo April
3, Ft Li-cia — Vnd Charleston, — . to TV X date & Co,
with md«-. Passnd In Sandy Hook at 7:50 p in.
Steamer John Bardic. (Br), McMillan, Fiuma April 18,
Aljriers 22 and St Michaels May 2, ti> Barber & Co, In
ballast. Arrived at th« Bar at 4:20 a m.
Bteamar Prlns Wlllem V (Dutch). Metus, Paramaribo
April 24, Demerara 38, Trinidad 28, Carupano 15>, Pampa
tor and Quanta 30. Porto i^a.ti,.nn May '2, Curacao 4.
Jacm*l 0. Am Cayes 7 and f»t More and Port-au-Prince
1<». to the Royal Dutch West Indian X* Co, with 2i>
l«j>!M>ngeri, mails and md?e. Arrived at th« Bar at
12:45 a in.
Steamer Jlerida. Robertson, Vera Cruz May 7. Pro
jrre«o £» and Havana 13. to the New York and Cuba Mail
Ss Co, with ~<*> papsengtrs, mails and niJ»<o. Arrived
at the Bay at 9 a m.
Steamer New York (Dutch). Julf*. Rotterdam Mar 3
to Philip Ttuprecht, In buiiust. Arrived at the Bar
at noon.
Steamer Jamestown. Catharine, Newport News an.i Nor
fr.l'c, to the old Dominion Ss Co, with pussengvrn nuil
nils«. i^.fj Quarantine tit 2:4.'> p m. -: •'- r
Steamer Coirerlo >(:••. Nlven, Barry. Apii! 27. to How
ard ilouMcr A.- I'artnprn, Inc. In t*lla?t. Arrived at tho
Bar at 1:10 r> m.
Bteaiter Amanadi (Nor), njeruldnon. ft Uiria May 8,
to lift -it Walsh X- Co In liallavt. Arrived at the H«r
at 1 .::. I. m
PMLKD.
Steamers arsaia iKn. LJveri«ol via QueenatoWn; Dura
legll Abrrssl lull Naples md Genoa; Kai itoan Ha
vana; Martta San Juan, Mayai <-lc; Northtown, Vera
! Ti.z. Trent (Bri, Kingston foUin elr; arasaboa, Charles
ion an.i Jacksonville; (.'tiernkee, Turk's Island. San [m
mlnso City, etc, Monroa, Norfolk and Newport News;
City of Macon. Savannah; El Xorte. Galv«eton: Oxeeehe«
Brunswick; Vanadls (Xor), Philadelphia; Maria Kurt)'
Philadelphia: Bygland (Nor). West Bay N S: FurnesaU
(Hn. GUu-kow via Mo villa; Friedrich <itr Grou* (G«r)
Naples and Genoa; Mlnnetonka (Br), London; New York.'
Southampton via Plymouth and Cherbourg: Vaderiani
(BelK). Antwerp via Dover; Canning (Br). Manchester-
Carolina, Kan Juan; I>onlojrn« (Br). Eama; Maracalbo*
Curacao and Maracalbo; LJgonler. Port Arthur: Nonce*."
Galveston; Proteus. New Orleans; Vlnoenzo Bonantio
(Ital>, Boaton; Chesapeake^ Baltimore; Delaware Phila
delphia.
STEAMERS AT FOREIGN PORTS.
ARRIVED.
Cape. Town. May 14— Black Prince (Br). New Tort
Hamburg. May 14 — Hennlone (Br). New York
Manchester, May Camoena (Ut!f). New York.
Liverpool. May — Celtic (.Br), New York Tla Queena
town; lttth. Campania (Br), New Tor* via, Queens
town; Cevlc (Br), New York.
Rotterdam, May '15— Korea (Rum), New Tork for LJban
Harcelona. May — Dunolly (Br), New York.
Copenhagen, May 13 Oscar II (Dan), New fork yla.
Christian!*.
Trieste, May 13— Martha Waahl&ftotl (Auit), New York
via Nap lee.
I>elagoa Bay, May 18 — NeueEfei* (Cer). New York yta
Ca[«e Town. etc.
Hollo. May 14— Indrawadl (Br). New Tork tI» Saban«
lion* Kong, etc.
Vapl.a. May 15 Campania (ItaH. New Tork.
Plymouth. May ltt--c!rot>«er Kurfurst (G«r), New York
for C(k rl»'urg and Bremen.
Rotterdam. May It*— Ryndam (Duich), New York via
Boulogne.
Sues, May 111— Invrrclyd* (Br). Yokohama. Hipgo, etc
• fnr Saw York "^ lc>
Morllle, Ha] Ifi— Columbia <Rr). New Tork for G!i« w
SAILED. S -V.,
Port Nolloth, May 1JS — Ann Castle (Br>. New Tork
Shield*, May lf> La Cog <Br>. New Tork.
Palermo, May 16--U|n)r!3 tltal) (from i;»n«a> New York
Antwerp. Mar 16 — Krnonland. New York vie, Dover rh i
Havre, May 16— La Savoia (Fr), New Yora. ,
. Stem Brothers
Will Close Out To-morrow, a Number of
Women's Tailored Suits
In a variety of materials, $ 16.50, 22.50, 32.50, 39.50
Formerly from $39.50 to 74-5°
Ready Made Riding Habits,
In Mixtures and Cloths, at $12.50, 16.50, 22.50
Formerly from $26.50 to 54.30
.IMPORTANT SALE OP
Pongee Princess Dresses,
with Dotted Border trimmed with Lace, it $19.50
Actual Value $29.30
Women's Cloak Dep'ts
CONTINUATION SALE OF THE REMAINDER OF
High Class Imported and Domestic Wraps and Coats
At Greatly Reduced Prices.
Also Special Values in
PONGEE PALETOTS. " o> nn
with collar of Hand-made Japanese Embroidery. *t *^O.U'I
STRIPED SILK RUBBER RAIN* COATS. at $12.75, 17.50
AUTOMOBILE AND STEAMER COATS. , , -^
of blue serge and check materials, «t - 1 0.0-f
TO-MORROW, A LARGE PURCHASE OF
Women's Lingerie Waists
at $1.98, 2.95, 4.95 and 6.75
Also French Hand-made Blouses
~7 at $9.75, 14.50 and 19.50
Fane Tea Gowns & Negligees
COMPRISING CREPE DE CHINE. MULLS, NET 'AND SILK
MUCH BELOW REGULAR PRICES. ; .
WILL CLOSE OUT TO-MORROW
SEVERAL STYLES IN CHINA SILK. $8.50, 12.50, 15.50
Formerly from $12.50 to 24.50
Exceptional Values in .Women's French
Hand-made Undergarments
Greatly Below Cost
Gowns, - Formerly $2.75 to 19.50, $1.95 to 33.50
Chemises, " 1.95 " 13.50, 1.25 " 8.50
Drawers, " 1.75 " 18.50, 1.25 M 9.50
Corset Covers, " 2 .- " 8.75, 1.75 " 6.75
Monday, a Collection of
All Silk Rough Pongees
26 inches wide, in all the leading shades, S(r?i c
including natural, white and black, at S^U/
Usually sold at SSC Yard - 7
Colored Dress Goods
Special Clearance Sale of
IMPORTED NOVELTIES AND TAILOR SUITINGS IN SFRrSG
AND SUMMER MATERIALS, COMPRISING DRESS,
SKIRT AND WAIST LENGTHS,
Reduced to Less Than y^ Former Price*.
To-morrow. Very Desirable
Household Linens
*
At Reduced Prices
Table I- T - > d? > $2.15, 2.95 2' , vth, 3.50,4.38
t-wta. ll 2*2 * " 2.65, 3.62 -I^x3 " 4.38,5.75
C3oths [, 2x3 yds, $3.25,4.50
Napkins! Breakfast Size, -- $2.15, 2.75
INapklnS L Dinner Size. ' - 3.10,3.95
HEMSTITCHED LINEN SHEETS, Pm $3.45, 4.50
HEMSTITCHED LINEN PILLOW CASES. " 1.25,1.50
HEMSTITCHED HUCK TOWELS, Dor. 2.85, 4.50
HEMMED BATH TOWELS, ■ 2.75, 4.20
CROCHET BED SPREADS. Each 85c, 1 .00
MARSEILLES BED SPREADS, " 1.55, 2.38
Misses' & Girls' Summer Apparel
At Attractive Prices
Misses 1 Tailor-road* Suit?, various styles and
materials, for closing out. 14 and In yr*. JO.SD to 29.50
Heretofore $31.50 to 49.50
Misses' Washable Tailor-made Suit
.of white, pink, blue and tan Imported Repp, thirty inch semi- , rt m
fitted coat, pleated skirt with foldl 14 &16\ r% Value $16.50. 10.50
Misses' and Girls' Jumper Dresses, of lirixt blue, pink and
tan Chambray, neatly trimmed with white pique and French - -/v
knots, pleated skirt with fold, 12 to 16 yrs. Value $9.75. 5.5U
Inexpensive Furnishings
For Country Houses, Cottages. Hotels and Clubs
RUFFLED MUSLIN CURTAINS, Pair $1.15, 1.45, 1.75
RUFFLED RENAISSANCE BED SETS, 4.75, 6.75
Formerly $8.50 and 12.50
TAPESTRY PORTIERES, Pa:r $ 5 . 0 0, 12.50
Formerly $10.25 to 15.50
IMPORTED CRETONNES. 50 in. ,de, 98c, $1.25
Formerly $2.15 and 2.25 Yard
COLORED MADRAS, in a large ranpe of colors at 65C
Formerly 85c Yard
West Twenty-third Street
Southampton. May lft— Philadelphia, New York, 1.1 Cher
bourg.
Übau. May 11— Petersburg ♦Ru».«». New Tork rla Rotter
dam.
Victoria Brazil. Mar 12 — Brant w-port (•■•. •'■••.■ Santos
and Rio d* .I«p«irr» for New York.
(Ju«»n«'i'->i*f:. Ma\ 14— M«|«ittr 'Hr*. from Southampton
•nd ' h»rb«'irg for New York.
Rotterdam. May I*— Meuw AnuUrdatn (Dutch). S»>r
Xork vi* Boulof n*.
J.vi.!..n. May I* Mlnne-hah* <Brt. New T«k. .
»-atr»». M.iv 1«»-MoraltN ,r.r—h> New York.
Harry ■■ •— Mm «Br>. from (UmNirt •«■ Kew T«»«.
P.\SSRt>.
ClbraUtai May I.V-l.u» 'Rr> S«vltU •-- New Tar*; ll*
Mr»ltke o>r>. Naples for New Tork. Cteeia *■>.
Trieste, ate. for New York.
Fedm. May 1+ TV-», CasUt (Br). Hle«o, ....... at*
lot >ew lora. * . ~ -

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