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Bargain Sale of White Goods.
150 PIECES OF FIXE INDIA LIXON, ■ quality usually sold at lor.
Sale price IUG
100 PIECES OF DOTTED PERSIAN LAWN, mercerized dots in several
■ML Usually 19r. Salo price 1172 C
IMPORTED MERCERIZED BATISTE, in satin stripes, checks and plaids.
also chocked organdies and embroidered dotted Swiss in all size dots.
Vain* , . , , 15C
IMPORTED SWISSES, in plaid?, checks and stripes, ■with embroidered
dots* and figures. Value 35c, to 56e „ 19C
Hoiisefurnistiing Specials.
EXTENSION WDTDOW SCREENS, hardwood frames—
' ISi33 25c 24i26 29c 24x37 35c 25k37 S9e 30x45 49c
METAL FRAME EXTENSION WINDOW SCREENS— No Rust—
ISi33 35c 24x33 38c 24x37 43c 30x37 BSc
REFRIGERATORS, FAMILY SIZE, hard *-ood. Value $7.00. f0r.... 4.98
REFRIGERATORS, APARTMENT HOUSE STYLE, bard wood.
Value ?14.00, for 10.98
Gas Stoves, 2 hole 69c ' Lavender or Cedar Camphor 9c
Gas Stoves. " hole $1.39 1 Oriental Camphor, very strong 15c
Gas Stove Oven?. Russia iron... 59c Tar Paper, 12 sheets 39c
West 125 th St., 7th and Bth Ayes.
CLEVELAND CAR STRIKE
DISORDERS MARK DAY.
Mayor Johnson Says Action of Men
Is "All Foolishness"
Oreland. -•!«>" **- — Rioting: and violence
m&rked th« strata cf th" conductors and motor
mm on th" line.s of the Municipal Traction
Company her' to-day. Th» strike was called
at " o'clock this morning, following a stormy
■H rdcht meeting: of the car men. The order
■" r-riT into effect at 5 o'clock, and from the be
cinnJng there was trouble in setting the cars
out.
On* of thr first disturbances took place at
the Lakeview car bams, -when an effort -was
mad* to tak" the cars out this morning. Chief
of Police Kohler "was struck by a *tone hurled
by a strike sympathizer. The men on the
cstf refused to leave them and a crowd quick
■• gathered. Th« police, headed by the chief,
me rushed to the barns. In an effort to drive
the crowd back stones and clubs -were used. The
r.olic«> also tised their clubs in an effort to con
trol th«> mob. Many were slightly injured. Cars
bphc stopped in all parts of the city by the
is.ilk«a a lid their friends. A Payne avenue car
»as thrown Bran the track by a rail thrown
across the. track?. The. crew on a St. Clair
avenue car dragged from the car and as
nauKjed The inotorman's Fcalp was laid open.
On East Nth street a mob of fifty men tore up
the car tracks and traffic was stopped.
Mayor Tom 1... Johnson, srho was chiefly in
strumental in bringing about the general street
railway situation as it now exists here, paid to
day that he will use the full power of the city
to supply all necessary assistance to the police
authorities, that dtaturLancea will not be tol
erated and that disorder v.ill be me* with force
adequate to suppress it.
Mayor Johnson later visited the offices of. th«
Municipal Traction Company, of which he is
treasurer. Theie he said he iva.s "on the fob
twenty-four hours In the day," and he intended
to do everything he could to bring: about a set
tlement of the trouble.
•This strike." he alleged, 'is ail foolishness
snd a great waste."
I proposition wa« made late to-night to stop
further violence and submit the whole question
to arbitration. This was th« result of the arrival
of Joseph Bishop, member of the State Board of
Arbitration, this afternoon He proponed to the
union that overtures be made to the company
looking to a peaceful settlement of the contro
■'■-,■ Vice- President Behner. although satis
fied ■with the progress of the strike, from the
pohri of view of the union, was apparently will
inc to enUT into such negotiations. Mr. Bishop
at one*- called upon President Dupont of the
Municipal Traction Company. The traction head
=aid The- company was willing to arbitrate, but
that the proposition - MMIU come from the union.
With the union unwilling: to take tho Initiative,
»h«> matter of a peaceful settlement and the hn
m*diaT<-.- Termination of the disorder is an open
'iU'-stJon. ■•'1 night Mr. Bishop labored -with
ih-> head of Uk union and with the bead of the
tr*»< ti'in company.
Tn the mean time disorder continued. The
■n:rht was made eventful as a result of the com
pany** rescinding an order made during the day.
It was first proposed to stop all cars at dark
ftn<3 .!■" no further attempts to operate until
to-jnorrow morning. I^ate. to-day th" company
led to continue the service. Superintendent
Ox>k rtatr'd that the public demanded] th* cars
zp<i th» service, such as it was. and for that rea
son the cars, -would 'run wh^tliT it brought out
mr>r" troubje or not.
With the "'■'-INC of bullets at ■ streetcar loaded
« ifh ; ■•?"-. which «it* > mr i t« i to start from
tb* Lakc\i«*w bam« at l«:4O o'clock. th«» first use
'' T-r-ire 1 •<-. ■•:' weapon! s than bricks was re-
I-'fte'j. r«e'-i.--ion was at once reached to at
tempt no mre trips from that barn at least.
All evening a fisrht between police and strik
ers* th^ir sympathizers had raged about the
L*V:«". i<i-sv iMrn. Many h^ads -were cracked and
■ haM -hundred arrests were made. A hundred
wore nn"n captured by the police in the day's
frht epcaperj from th^ir captors.
John Dubier. ■ motorman. was beaten Into
uoconsciousness late to-night and left lying
ur^-.n the str*=Tt. >?» is thoaurht to have been
fatally injured. Many others were roughly
'"3n<j!< ; i. b'jt their wounds are not considered
ETIOUS.
The fuearing hi of three hundred Kpe' lal po
li<*Tßeji Ti aE ordered to-night by Kohl*>r. and an
*tt«mpt in operate to-morrow with strike break
«:rs -that are being hurried her» from New York
i> promised.
EOT SENATOR FOELKEKS MORTGAGE.
. SBeir Ijjrht was thrown yesterday on the report
.'hat Si- r)a - >/ j r otto <; FoHfcer possej^ed property
•'•rth •-• !»ast J39/00. It developed that the mort
rajre jjj^j or Friday, which was made by the Bin
**T4Zo4lr~y Company, a manufacturing 'O!T-"rn, in
*fee name of Ml Foelker. was not the property of
*fc% Eer.ator, bat belonged to the Watson estate, for
*^eh ■'- Poeskcr was acting as attorney.
The ' cast was made in the nasas of Mr. Foel-
W. sr> that he Bright give a note in r-sturn for
•MAS) »•' h be borrowed from the Nassau Trust
'-owpsjiy on behalf of the estate, since the estate
*l**ir oo'jid not legally make such a note.
BUSINESS TROUBLES.
•a Petition •• bankruptcy was fii' d yesterday in
*he Cnlted States District Court, as follows:
, Invoi jntar-r. against BuliTr A- Boa*nhlatt. manu
-irt'jrers of"wJk walM-s *' No. *24 Broome ►tree?,
|IV !/v ; u Scurnick and others, who** claims amount
£ * r * r I* . preferential payments of * -.* r ' r ' alleged:
He n k»l. jr.. »pr»oijit«^J receiver, assets eatl-
Tr *"^3 to be worth $1,000.
Th* »ch«^dule»i aC » : - Bates Piano Mamtfacttiring
' w^per. r,f No. 34*5 Third avenue, fhow liabilities
'»C?!U44 and icseti of JT.615. including stock.
*■*■■ bills and n<^«-s ftSC9Bj MtbßJ ***> t1.«89 71.
'•' -*T KlaterJ «-laim,, f]&l<7€7; tools. DM. •■"<! rath.
**> The highest c.r«Jltor la Henry Misa. of No.
si « Btßa Roa/j. wtjssn .-ißiin amounts to HI 8241
' The fcbeduJe* „t p ]bln PWsar, Msd *»' Jerome
Etattw. of Kb 4: Park Row. fliok !i«bjllti«« of
KMIV and s*set* rontistin?; of dfbta due on open
* " hi. of » W
: On the <nnf*r! wH creditors. fudge adams granted
• **^berfre in bankruptcy to Albert ?.*. Ehrlsrli, of
■ii :-: Mercer tu«eu
BROOKLYN BAXR PLAN
TO OPEN ABOVT JUNE 1$
Scheme for Union with International
Trust Company Complete.
The plan for the. reorganization of the. Brooklyn
Bank and the International Trust Company, news
of which -was exclusively told in The. Tribune, has
been completed, and copies of the plan were, mail
yesterday to all of the stockholders of the two
Institutions with the request that they vote, for
its adoption.
The plan, which was evolved by S. .Stanwoorj
Menken, of the law firm of Philbin. Beekman &-.
Menken, provides for the reopening of the Brook
lyn Bank: on or about June 15. It provides for
a complete reorganization of the board of di
rectors on such a basis that the new directors
will, by their names and connections, be a guar
antee of the safety of the reorganized bank. Will
lam Gow, now under many Indictments because of
Ma backing transactions, and the so-called <;•>•*•
interests will be entirely eliminated.
There will be a new president for the bank, a
man who is well known in banking circles, and. ii,
fact, a thorough housecleaning is planned. Th»
name of the new president will be kept secret
until the plan is actually carried into effect.
Accompanying the letter sent to the stock
holders are statements of the financial condition
of the International Trust Company and the
Brooklyn Bank, as of April 2S, 1308. The state
ment for the Brooklyn Bank shows among its
resources, which total $2,153,370 94, the following
items:
Bills dl«?nunt»d , $545,982 X
Temporary loan* 4. r >p.447.%4
Real estate, banking house and lot 7f>,fKV> cm
<ash on <2*posit 71R..V*? S2
Jjuf) from the Internationa) Trust Company... 321,743 83
Th" liabilities of the bank, other than to its
stockholders, segregate «*.:"/* 41. Its chief lia
bilities follow:
Individual rteposttr.r- $I,SI.V>IR in
Pile various bank* 57.4'JS> 37
Interest account 12.613 76
□Mil account 4.545 14
The International Trust Company has assets of
$1.012.915 54. according: to a statement prepared on
April 21. 190$. The following are its chief assets:
Heal estate $110.000
Stocks" and bonds 270,0n0 no
Borough Bank d»p"si' • 4.V».r>00 r) "
Oriental Bank deposit (available) 2R.337 2«
Columbia Bank m.rwvxv*
fash on hand, to receivers' account 33.500 no
l>j>ans 97,378 76
It." liabilities are estimated at ?4.^5,89?.25, which
include its debt to the Brooklyn Bank and iP7.-
S7S 75 to depositors. The statement of the Inter
national Trust Company does not include in its
assets the 3,350 shares of Brooklyn Bank stock, of
a par value of $165,009.
A consolidated statement of the condition of both
institutions at present shows total assets of $2,775.
€96 6S and total liabilities, other than receivers'
fees and expenses, of $2,033,658 87. thus seemingly
showing a surplus of $742.03*5 81. In addition to thi*
the statement says: "It is estimated that the
equities In property and items not included In or
charged off will bring the total surplus up to ap
proximately $300,000. which, of course, is subject
to receivers' fees and expenses."
If cash is obtained as suggested in Mr. Menken's
plan of reorganization, th" following amounts will
be immediately available for payment of depositors
and the transaction of new business:
Cash in tanks ««
From Bern of bonds ............ _.o.<V*H«>
Realization on loans secured by Stocc Hs
cbanc* collateral IS'ooSflO
I,oan from trust company zaiMlww
Total $1.08.80869
The liability of $2.033.6.^57 Is subject to a deduc
tion of about S2r»»,000 for set-offs owing to the fact
that the depositors are still indebted to the bank in
that sum. *o that the. net liabilities may be reck
oned at a valuation of about $1,833,000. The letter
to the stockholders states:
Owing to fin method of organization of the Inter
national Trust Company in so far as the same at
tempted to take over the assets of the Finokl\n
Bank and the financial situation of the Interna
tional' Trust Company, due to the fact that so
la-xe a portion of Its capital is tied up in the Bor
ough Rank and cannot be withdrawn, except In
partial payments, as provided for in the Borough
Rink i 'lan of resumption, it ha? been decided that
the "only feasible plan for the payment of th« cred
itors of both institutions would be to provide for
f-e opening of the Brooklyn Bank on a. substantial
ba-Js and to furnish that basis by the transfer to
the Brooklyn Bank of all of the assets of the In
ternational, Trust Company after having arranged
to procure funds for th» payment of all the cred
itors of the International Trust Company and of
th C e°sug n^t aca cd k I- adopted It'll, apparent
that "übjert to the claims of the stockholders of
the Brooklyn Bank, th" bank would, under such
condign*, "have a capital and a surplus of upward
of ?770.'"0. less the expenses of the receiverships.
To consummate the plan the assents of all th*>
minority stockholders of the bank to the sal" of
their stock to the International Trust Company
and the assent of all the stockholders of the Inter
national Trust Company to the transfer of the
company's assets are necessary.
The International Trust Company pledges itseif
under the proposed plan to purchase all of the. re
maining stock of the Brooklyn Bank at par and
pay for this stock within two years after June 15
next and to distribute this stock among its stock
holders immediately upon receiving it. Such pay
ment Is to be secured by a deposit of the stock
bought with a responsible trust company and th"
Obligation of the international Trust Company.
The letter further ptates:
The Brooklyn Bank, fo recapitalized, Is to be
trio'-oughlv reorganized as to the personnel of m
" and officers by having an chief. ««cuJJvg
r,fF.«»r a favorably known and responsible bank
official formerly connected l with one of the promi
nent banks of this city, and is to hav^a *>"£*,<«
director* thoroughly representative of the best
V.ii«:lne««; Interests In Brooklyn.
if the "' organization Is effected as above the
roor-V ration o? the deposttors' committee will b<»
r ™«ted n th- retention of the business and *0 0 .1
£7?, U^?7ne Brooklyn Bank. The haslc feature of
T) - nlan is to reorranlr* tbe Brooklyn Bank, both
as to capital and management, so a. to provide for
. ji.tl navn-i>nl of al! the depositors, nnd to
■ !nm r^ a management which win be an absolute
««nranc* of the stability of the bank as a re
KDon"birjnstitution entitled to the respect of the
r.onscrvativo citizens of Brooklyn.
The J27W 0 1-sn to h " secured from * trust com
nanv will be got under an agreement which pro
vides thai durin* the time the loan is outstanding
the affairs of the bank shall be conducted by an
advlsorv committee, on which committee the trust
company in.*l..« th« loan toll have membership
If further loans should be necessary to provide
more cash, the letter states that such additional
„..h can ■" raised, »- required
The letter cto— with an appeal to the stock
holders to *end in their assents promptly a* the
receives have Imposed a time limit of ten da; -
UNION PACIFIC OPENS LANE CUT-OFF.
M _ 16 -The Union Pacific Railroad to-
SS£2£S2S2 it- «*"*« nine miles by
nt " t t^< cnt-off betwoeo Omaha and Lum.
c.p« n in* SSJnSS eleven and one-half miles. This
TV .tret'h of double, .rack co,, *MM» Aside
Fborr * lretn *° T mileage. th* new track enables
from reducing fte «*-£ £ J £ „_, trnuW- .
the road to . m out n s ,,, (|ll arvi
NEW-YORK DAILY TKIBI NE, SUNDAY, MAY 17. 1908
No Goods Sent C. O. D. t Exchanged
or Altered.
The following items present unusual oppor
tunities for securing new and seasonable goods
at prices gTeatly below their real value: —
Two and Three-piece Suits of
Rep, Poplin and Plain Linen; latest styles, with
full plaited skirts; coats embroidered and trim
med with lace; waists handsomely trimmed with
lace and embroidery;
colors: White, Pink and Blue;
sizes 14, 16 and 18;
NOW #9.85, Were up to $29=50
Girls ' All Linen Jumper Dresses
most of the lot are Three-piece Suits, with full
skirts and, hand embroidered jumpers; waists
beautifully trimmed with lace. In white and a
complete assortment of colors;
sizes 12, 14, 16 and 18;
All at #9.85, Former prices up to $29,50
Children's Check Gingham Waist Dresses
sizes 2>l 2 to S;
NOW #1.95> Former prices up to $4,00
sizes 3 Jj to 8;
These were regularly sold at $3.75 &$4-75
Sale price #1.95
Special Lot of Girls ' Coats
odd sizes, 3^a to 16; colors: Red, Blue and Gray;
To be closed out at
*3-45* #5-o°> #7-50 & $9-75
odd sizes, 4 to 18;
materials are Poplin, English Twill and Linen,
in white and colors;
NOW $4.75> Regular values up to $12.00
Special Reductions in Sailor Suits
These suits have been specially selected and
represent our best styles, materials and
workmanship;
Two choice lots at #8.75 £#10.75
60-62 West 23d Street
WORK OF CHILDREN'S LEAGUE SHOWN.
One of th" exhibits at the, Mothers' Exposition
in Madison Square Garden shows the work of the.
Children's League organized by the Society for the.
Prevention of Cruelty to Animal?. Miss Klla Mabel
Clark, founder of the C. W. C. Club for East Side,
boys and h worker at the University Settlement,
has obtained the use of the. auditorium of the
Settlement for a series of lectures on domestic
OFFERINGS AT THE STORES
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION SEE THE ADVER
TISEMENTS IN TO-DAY S TRIBUNE.
HEAIWB in West 14»)i ctr<-et. will hold during
the week "A Carnival of Values" In celebration
of the opening of a new addition to the store.
White dress fabrics, nlark taffeta Filks, mohairs
and silk finish batistes are among the features
of tins sale.
BLOOMINGDAL.ETS, at Third avenue and B9th
Ptreet. announces a May sale of muslins. Ori
ental ruRS In Rreat varieties are also announced,
including Cashmere. Kia Kilims and Moossoals in
variety of design and texture.
EHRICH BROTH US. Sixth avenue and 22d
street, offer many bargains in laoes, among them
real Irish laces. French laces and many designs
In Princess laces. A varied assortment of lace
robes of superior quality will be shown during
the week.
MACT'B, at Broadway and Sixth avenue, will
continue the successful *a\* of midspring mate
rials Among the item* of Interest announced
are furnishings for summer cottages, tapestry
Brussels carpets, Oriental rugs aivl linen por
tieres
\HRAHAM * STRAUS, in Fulton street, Brook
lyn, announ-e th« annual May sale of women's
■hoes This assortment mdudes seasonable foot
wear in great variety and at prices li.al nr" re
markable.
A. D. MATTHEWS, in Fulton street. Brooklyn,
announce a $«.nnn,<»nn assortment of carpets and
rugs on sale during th» week Attractive bargains
in women's Oxford ties, Btoslitf cut and button
elioe* *ie also MvMtlMsV
BEST&<o
Special Sale
Monday and Tuesday
Girls' and Misses' Wash Suits
Children's Lawn Russian Dresses
Girls* Wash Sailor Suits
LaGrecque
Belt Corset
for Stout Women
lessens waist measurement by lengthening
and gives a Shapeliness,. Grace and Comfort.
The extension flexible belt completely en
compasses abdomen and hips, reduces largest
figures to shapely proportions and prevents
any unsightly bulging of flesh at the edge
of corset. Belt Models $6.00.
VAN ORDLN CORSLT CO.
NEW ADDRESS
43-45 W. 34th St., N. Y.
animal', which rvill be i!l'i«trateri by 7.»n!"rn slides
Miss < 'lark will give ?n informal talk aft«r each
lecture.
Tli" procramm" will be repealed at thi Hartley
House, the Greenwich Roy?" Crab and th« v.h ■»
Side House. Meetings for experimental purposes
will be iieid throughout the summer months in
various pans of the city, and it is hoped to extend
th" work to places outside the city.
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & CO.. Broadway and
IT'th street, announce thai beginning to-morrow th«»
annual sale of washablo cotton petticoats and
otiir-r wash fabrics, as wll a* many notable bar
gains in women's suits and cloaks, will take place.
SAKS & CO.. Broadway and 31th street, advertise
thai finely tailored summer suits for women will
be the feature of the sale at their store, bejrinninjf
to-morrow. Bonnier waists, lingerie and under
mußlin* are also advertised.
BKST & CO., the Liliputian Bazaar, in West
23d street, advertise a special sale on Monday and
Tuesday of girls' and misses" wash suits, girls'
lin^n Jumper dresses and children's lawn Russian
dresses. Many other seasonable, offerings are an
nounced.
GREENHUT & CO.. Sixth avenue and 13th
street, will begin the May sales in ©very depart
ment to-morrow. Women's and misses' footwear,
linens. Infants' -wear and undermtisllns are amnnjj
the features. Kay*«r silk gloves, pongen silks and
hosier} are also mentioned.
r.ORD A TATLOR. Broadway and 20th street,
offer English and colonial dining: room furniture,
mahogany bedroom suits and other furniture for
the week.
KTER.N' BROTHERS. In West :3rl street, are t«
hold a closing out sale to-morrow in their women's
Cloak and suit department. All silk rough pon
gees, lingerie .waists, colored dress goods anil
household linens and furnishings are among th»
ether items of interest at this store.
S. Altaian $c (La.
THIS WEEK. BEGINNING MONDAY SALES
OF AN ATTRACTIVE NATURE U ILL
BE HELD. AS FOLLOW-
A SPECIAL SALE OF WOMEN'S TAILOR-MADE GOWNS
AND DRESSES OF SUMMER SILK IN MODELS
SHOWN FOR IMMEDIATE DEL.IVI.rtY O< MADE TO
ORDER AT EXTREMELY LOW PRICES
TAILOR-MADE GOWNS MILL BE MADE TO ORDEIR IN
THE HIGHEST CLASS fAH.O? WORKMANSHIP. ALSO
FOULARD OR TAFFETA SILK. DRESSES. AT THE
FOLLOWING PRICES:
TAILOR-MADE SUITS ... $3800. 65.00 AND UPWARD
SILK DRESSES $62.00. 75.00 AND LPWARD
RIDING HABITS OF LINEN OR CRASH TO ORDER
FROM $3800 LTWARD
WOMEN'S SUMMER DRESSES will be placed on sale
ON TUESDAY AT GREATLY BELOW
PREVAILING PRICES:
DRESSES OF WHITE OR FIGURED LAWN . . . $7.75
GUIMPC DRESSES OF CHECKED GINGHAM . . . 9,75
DRESSES OF WHITE BATISTE WITH COLORED EMBRY. ALSO OF
WHITE CROSS-BAR LAWN. LACE TRIMMED . . ${0.50
SEMI-PRINCESSE DRESSES OF WHITE AND COLORED BATISTE.
LACE TRIMMED $15.00
COAT SUITS OF WHITE AND COLORED POPLIN CORD 19.50
DRESSES OF COLORED POPLIN CORD. WITH ENTIRE WAIST OF
SELF-COLORED LACE $20.00
DRESSES OF COLORED BATISTE. WITH LACE AND SELF-COLORED
EMBRY $32.00
SEPARATE SKIRTS OF WHITE POPLIN CORD . . 4.50
A LARGE SELECTION OF SUMMER DRESSES. INCLUDING LINGERIE
GOWNS. EMBROIDERED AND LACE-TRIMMED AND
DEMI-TAILORED LINEN SUITS.
(SECOND FLOOR)
A SALE OF WOMEN'S WAISTS OF BATISTE. MADRAS
AND OTHER MUSLINS. WILL TAKE PLACE ON MONDAY.
AT GREAT REDUCTIONS IN PRICES:
HAND-MADE WHITE BATISTE WAISTS, HAND-EMBROIDERED IN
WHITE AND COLORS . . . $8.75, 10.00 & 12.50
FINE WHITE BATISTE WAISTS, EMBROIDERY AND LACE
TRIMMED (UNUSUAL VALUE] $7.50
ALSO EMBROIDERY AND LACE-TRIMMED WHITE WAISTS AT
$2.85, 3.75 & 5.00
WAISTS OF SELF-FIGURED WHITE MADRAS . . $1.85
WAISTS OF FRENCH COTTON VOILE IN COLORED STRIPES 3.75
WOMEN'S TRIMMED MILLINERY AT REDUCED PRICES.
IN A VARIETY OF STYLES. INCLUDING A NUMBER
of hats. suitable for present wear,
at the extremely low prices of
$10.00. 14.50 & 18.50 each
(third floor)
WOMEN'S TAFFETA SILK PETTICOATS AT THE fol
lowing ATTRACTIVE PRICES FOR MONDAY.
$6.90, $8.75 & $9.75
IMPORTANT REDUCTIONS HAVE BEEN MADE IN M WKM
OF A NUMBER OF MORE ELABORATE WHITE AND COLORED
SILK PETTICOATS.
AN EXCEPTIONAL OFFERING OF SUMMER DRESS
GOODS WILL CE MADF. ON MONDAY.
CONSISTING OF A QUANTITY OF CRYSTALLINE. IN DESIRABLE
COLORS. ALSO WHITE AND BLALk.
AT THE SPECIAL PRICE OF .... 26c HER YARD
iB. Altmau & (tn. make a special feature
OF FURNISHING COUNTRY HOMES
WITH INEXPENSIVE LACE. MADRAS AND RUFFLED MUSLIN
CURTAINS. SASH AND CASEMENT MATERIALS.
SUMMER PORTIERES. TABLE AND COUCH COVERS. INCLUDING
MATCHED SETS IN PRINTED FABRICS IN DELPH BLUE,
JAVANESE AND CHINTZ EFFECTS. PRINTED MATER! V S
FOR DRAPERIES. LPHOLSTERINGS. ETC.
SCREENS. UTILITY BOXES. HAMMOCKS AND CANOPIES.
LAWN CANOPY TABLES. ETC.
HOMESPUN RUGS IN A LARGE .ASSORTMENT OF DESIGNS AND
SIZES. WOOL ART SQUARES: IMPORTED COCOA FIBRE AND
AMERICAN GRASS RUGS. FOR HALLS AND VERANDAS; MATTINGS:
WILTON. BRUSSELS AND OTHER DOMESTIC RUGS: WASHABLE
COTTON RUGS IN MAT AND CARPET SIZES MODERATELY
PRICED ORIENTAL RUGS. HALL RUNNERS. ETC.
M HOUSEKEEPING LINENS AND BLANKETS
34th *trrrt. 33th Gtrttt anh sth Anrmxr. 3»ftn fork.
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