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PART IV.
EIGHT PAGES,
STEAMBOATS
I Fail BUva i^t
The Common wealth
new steamer now in
service.
Represents the high
est achievement of dec
forative art ever placed
in a steamboat interior.
" Pi? River Line steamers
■ leave " New York, Pier 19,
Bath Hiver, foot of Warren
' street, li 5.30 "p. m. Get
yen t:" Boston 8 o'clock cert
« noruias. Every day in -tec
jear.
•Tfi»nhon» 6100 Ccrtlandt for lnforma
tion^Tnd £2 cent .t«np t° x f«-.^ r
2omel>* IHtg**— * magazine.
msmm
-iART PSWEL.L." of the Hudson River
* DsT Line, fastest and finest river boats In
&.K«d-Dow». Dally. Ar Read Up
AM.IA.M.iP-M. exc-Bun. A.M.U M- F.3i.
: ; . ll
JSr,V:k.i:W.wiathSt."^)| 6W 6:W
V, .-. :. misers *-•" 'v 9
H3C. I.^S S:«»: N*»*Kfc .B*l -■'■
*-*^ ♦; -15.X. HamD-h.7:30
■"" ".'.". 6:30... Milton ..7:15 ---• ---•
ii. 1' :::■ C:45. P-keepsie .7:1- _ I:^' •:«»
~'iu KJncston Point... l-:~>
.... : 4:... Kinoton .6:00 .... ••■•
i':*s - --- CateklH H: <w
t^n '.'.'.'. Hudson l©:« 0 ....
Si PM m- AlbaD> ' a.m:/m. .-m:
3 . ertln* at Cornwall with O. A.- W. Hy.
Boecial trains to CktridU Ml. resorts and
Faratoca aad easy connections to all points
Ea™. North and West. Through tickets and
b«ccace rhecked at offlce* of N. T. Trans-
Jer Co- Through rail tickets between N. T.
s?d Albany accepted. Most delightful l one
haif •i one-da y outln » to W*M Point.
- Poughkeeiwl^ returninK on
tnr down Pay boat. Meals served at all
hour*. MUSIC.
<:*r . muj Powell See columns
j,- • Afternoon outing. Leave I>es
brewses St. 1:45 P. M.. connecting at West
rr ° §lT HEHDRICK HUDSON
«ue v..-: IM St.. S:4O P. M. Orchestra
en each steamer. -
AH the Way by ; FA HE [Q}^/«j^p^r\n
™ T rTZ is3.6s|D)DlSTilKl
Vu I/on* Island Sound anfl the AiS^f 10
Aoear. Meirupolltßn Line Kxpreeg Trlple-
xarbln* Steel Steamships
YALE «» HABVABD
EIKE^ WATER TRIP IN THE WORLD.
F«st "-* i- -iunou« Steamsblps. All at
tributes for tufety. comfort and conien
l*n« lx- •N. Y. weekdays and Sunday*.
Her 45. N. H near foot Christopher St.. *
r M L>^v« Boston same hour. Dv«
€trh«r city 6 clock Allowing mcrr.lr*.
Tick.-. and reservations at Pier 45. N. R-.
■ad at principal Ticket. Tourlit and N. x.
Tmnsfer Co. offices In Greater K. T.
Ei; -,. f . Service for Passengers.
Freight. Automobiles and Horses.
EVKXIXG LJXB.
To CatEklll Mountains, all points. Cairo.
TTlnaiuun Durham. Freehold. Palenville.
Etto* Fa'.'.s. Tannersvilie. etc.. Hudson.
°B£t S k: % f ached by Christopher «tr«*t
ero6£to«n cars. I^eare loot Christopher St.
6P. M-. fort West 125« th St. 7 P. M. Ex-
Itr* host Saturdays. OhrlFtopher Ft.. 1 >«>
F. M.: W. 121 th Et.. 1:20 P. M. TeL
The" 2 K'Bat»rsklll makes a Sunday night
tai* " trip from Cox^ackie. Hudson and
CiT.'kiM. _
Summer Resort Directory Froe.
Beaut If ul'y Illustrated folder, with com
pVpte lift cf hotel* and boarding house*,
with t»rm« <whirh vary from to J15.C0
„ week, according to accommodations de-
t "• '' • •
Send r^sisl to The Oataldll Evening 1.ir,..
Fler 43. N. R . New York, or apply in person.
{WAV mAX? d ® C 3 (kS
PEOPLES - c - w - Morse
i-i-^UI LJ±* or A(Jlronaack i ea v«
I I\E - Tier 32. N. R.. foot
Of Canal 5t.. 6 P.M..
New tort — Albany West i2»th St.. 6:30
... trn }•. M . and Tonkers.
ILW 7-15 p. ML dally.
•oaflavf liilßlllll Orchestra. Grill service.
riTI7F\S lt««M«f r*»an
Clll/^t-->-> Rirhmoii'l or Gre«n-
LINE port leave Pier 46.
„ . N K-. root of W*-st
New York — Troy i... :; >; . at I P. m.
KCTOna Inp «■' Vl clur - e ,j. Sundays
Kn'.n ITTtp -. - •- . Sundays
•fanT tnurh»s st Albany.
Direct connection with express trains at
■Albany or Troy for all points. Club Break
farts. Fumiutr book free.
*-"or }■ : - GHKEEPSIE and KINGSTON.
Jrom Pif-r 24. U. R.. »«k .-.;•-. 4 P. M
rL P. M ; West I2*th St.. 1:30
)' M For KEWBURGH. fr.w-. I'ler 24.
>.• > ; ■ »<^-k days. 5 P. M. Saturdays. 3
V m.: w««i l»th St.. 3:30 P. M.
CnTT 5 £ T?C J Finm I'ier 24. N. R.. 8 A. M.
-Vi.LHi.4.O 5^- est 32!* th St.. '■ M a. M.
ELCCK ISLAND, ORIENT,
btefwport, SHELTHR ISLATiD
Aim GAG HAEBOR-
Ala Mor.ra'jk .-ttamhoat <'o.'s Line)
l>eave N. V.. New Pi«r X K. R . To'f
«l«ys & Thursiays. 5:30 P. M.; Satur
days. !:"0 P. St
VACATION TOURS
To i'A ?amm<>r resort?; attractive trip>? ar
nngfd; all (nKCM inclu'ifd; 'iprown f>f!i<-..
lor tickets sn^ vtat»»r'>^niF via I'eoj.ie's Lin«
tnAlbanv; Uetronolltan Line aii-water route
t« Boston, kc f'r.a for txcklet to
yARPTKKS TorP.S. SI Ui*t .........
GAS ism 11 1 ( m n\ 1 1 n l
Gs.s ani electric Fixtures
of all V:ind» dir.-ct from fac
tory. s<) p--r ot-r.t positively
raved «m wrousht Iron, qrys
*.a! and oth*i" fixtures.
Union Gas Fixture Co.,
157 WEST 20TH ST.
1 ww IK-,
ABSOLTTE PIiIVACY: jTnm'dlate atten
tion; hmflnrss; ■-■..: dlflicul
tl»*: •ettlrit.er.ty sreured; no fee unites . uc
fMstui: dl^icu.'t caw- «i>eclally: advlc*
"•* HENRY A. STKINUOPK. Sit. Mor
™ Bank liui3<ii::s. *■! East 12.".th st. lEveo
\*t* >:i-3 Sjr.3a;,t. 134 CV'Mt 131tth «t.).
jt T. CHArPF.I.L. Lawyer.— All matter,;
•''■'■ rer
''*■ ■' 3ri 'Broadway. New York City-
ALL, LEGAL matters promptly attended
to; rrrr.bui-.ati^fl, jje*. Leiral Adjnstmeni
• W| l«tr. ■•«» Fifth tn.».. corner 4J . ft.
KAII.BOADS.
J.EHI VAILEV.
foot of w. ssj , : conlandt & Detorowp* st«. B.
!"■ r - • ■ ■ -
«_, .. ~ iLv.N.Y ,A'»-k N »-B
MiptraFaHt Krp .. -a 740 * »• •*'.?>« *>•
■*»'«.i.u. „;..„ I- v .,-,'.« '♦••" ..;} , »i •£:: SO A i!
•uihituiu»b anzMl -11.55 a ji •«*«*"-*
-
Q
~ «* Catskil] M,,ui)!ain Otis & Catskil!
-«_ * ad Tanuenp.-JUe Railway*.*
tr*ir. co P»«4otI MiTh Uh> N. V. t> rural
•» a ££?* NV * ' olk ra * anJ 11:11
fiat;* fle '>• except Bonder an<l 4 P. M.
CC t '*JJ d ,«*• W««t Om trains tarrinc
■ LINK (BO . UCIM.
. LftCIU«
I
Bett>*lotli <t^Slllllii ©ttfrmie.
DRY (lOODS.
0 j " " */
0 STORE CLOSES DAILY 5 P. M. SATURDAYS 12 NOON.
!
0
% July Clearance in AM Departments: |
0 SHART JUMPER FROCKS of Linen, Chambray, Gingham or
V Dimity-in plain colorings or novelty plaids and checks-women's ana ,
X misses sizes
v ..\-- - -...-,- . ...
5075 9,75 15,0©
0 — ! ' — — '.<'..:'...'
0 Heretofore $10.00 Heretofore $15.00 Heretofore $25.00
0
0 PRINCESS DRESSES of French Batiste, handsomely trimmed with .
$ eyelet embroidery and combination laces — women's and misses' sizes
f 8,75 10.75 15.00 ...
0:— : •
0 Heretofore $12.50 Heretofore $16.50 Heretofore $27.50
$25.00 TAILORED LINEN SUITS of superior quality: 1
French Linen— three-quarter coat— gored flare or pleated V || (\JJ a iJJ/ ly;
skirt. . - . At J
$35.00 "PAQUIN" OR PRINCE* CHAP .'SUITS] « (T\ f\(T\
for women and misses— of French Serge, Panama and ■ ][ }\j) olvL'L/0 lv L' L/
Fancy Mixtures. At -'
$45.00 "MANDARIN* SUITS-fo»- women and missesl jl A E (T\
—of fine Chiffon Panama, Imported Worsteds or Serge. J U/00-/
$55.00 FRANCIS" SU]TS-of finest chiffon 124 g;|])
Panama, French or English Serge or Chiffon Taffeta. AtJ "axy^
.30© Lingerie Waists
10 distinct lots — of French Batiste and Persian Lawn exquisitely
trimmed with lace insertions, edgings and motifs — broken sizes —
taken from regular stock. Heretofore $3.00 to $5.50
1.50 2,00 2,90 3,50
PONGEE C'^TS -full length-pleated back and front-"] fl />% — /f\
collar and culls Persian trimmed— broad streamers at J- || j£ 0 !^ (j)
neck. Reduced from $21. 50 toj
AUTO COATS of Natural Linen-full length-loosed £1 /[\ p\
or semi-fitted, with standing or notch collar. Reduced r (Q 9 (|(J) (J)
from $10.50 lo J
HONITON LACE BRAID COATS— semi-ntted or'
box styles— mounted over taffeta— navy, brown, Copen
hagen, champagne and black. Reduced from $19. 50. p //x (^^[\ T\
RENAISSANCE BRAID COATS (uniined),
hip length, in white only. Reduced from $21. 50
SUHMER-WEIGHT HIXTURE SKIRTS-m novel-] , „
ty striped materials— light and medium shadings — splen-|- T a iD v
didly tailored— gored or pleated. Reduced from $8.75 toj
SICILIAN OR CHIFFON PANAMA SKIRTS of excel-] — „
lent quality— several pretty models — gored or pleated- V ;£j) 9 J
black, blue or v\'hite. Reduced from $1 1.50 toj
FURS Stored, Repaired and Remodelled at iloderate Charges
It ~ ■ ==_ ! 1
56-58— Twenty-Third Street, West — 56=58
RAILROADS.
K£W «£¥ CENTRAL
jssssfessss
FOB PHILADELPHIA. I-v. W. Wft:
. 0..V. IJW. 8 SO. KM. ».:■<•. MM. »• "5
a. m.. IXBa 1-20. 1.50. 2.W. 3.50. 4.20,
4 f.O .-.'.'> 6.50. 7-50. &••■«. 1 1M r- m
22 U tiJajfc. 7.50. t>.so. D.50. 10.M. 11.00 a. m
l" li) , SO, 250. : . •'". <■■*>. 6.50. 6-60. 7.50.
St.?-1.30. 6.30. 7.00. 8 00
53., B.«O. 10.0 ft, 11.00. 11.30 a. m I^>
r,- ■ •.. ].<>'. 1.30. 2.00. 3.00. 4.00. 4.30 5.00.
6.00 7.00. t«i, ».«0 p. m.. 1- 15 midnlgUt.
funcTays. 1.30. 8.00. 1"",. 10.00 lI.W *•■»-.
12.00 noon. 1.00. 2.00. 3.00. 4.00. 5.00, COO.
TOO s.«O. y.OO. 10.30 p. m.. 12.15 midnight.
FOR BALTIMORE AND WASHINGTON.
Lv. V.. 23d 5T.:— 7.50. ».50. 11.50 a. m.,
1 ;..i 3.50. ."•:.". 6.50 p. m. dally. i- v - LIB
KKTY ST . 1.30. 8 UO. 10.00 a. m.. 12.00
noon. 2.00. 4.00. 0.00. 7.<K» p. in. daily.
FOX ATLANTIC CITY. Lv. W. Md
ST.:— BSO i- in.. (12.50 sat« only), a. JO
1. 111. S-jnJays. ».5O a. m.. 2.20 p. m. Lv.
LIBERTY ST.: 10.00 a. m.. (1.00 Sat«.
only). 3.40 p. m. Sundays. 10.00 a. m..
2.3'j p. in.
VIA ALL RAIL.— Long Branch, Anbury
I'arlc. Oceaa Grove. &c. 1.v.. U. Sid ST.: —
8.3U 11." a in.. (12.20. LOO Sat?, only).
1.20. 320. 14 -" dies not stop at Lon»
liianch or run on Sats.). 4..' W. (5.0.>.
t-xceiit Sats.). 5.20, <; 20, 11.50 p. m. Sun
dayt,. 9.03, .. BO a. m.. 3.50. 8.20 ii. m. Lv.
] iV.KK'J V 5T.:— 4.00. b.30. 11.30 a. in..
(I^4o. 120 Hats. only). 1.30. 3.30. <4.3T>
<!■«•* not stop at l.one Branch or run on
Sats.) 4.4.1. (3.15 extept Sat*.). .*..';". 6.i»
p. in.. 12.01 midnight. Sunday*. :«.au. S>.lo.
W.OU a in.. *-«». b.30 p. m.
BAXDT HOOK ROUTE, Atlantic
Hl«nlanJ?. iifa liiipht, Monmoutb I--- ■■■• ■•■■
Long branch. AKbury Park, Ocean Un»ve,
&<• Lv. i'ier 81. N. R.. K<xit W. (2d ST.:
_s r,i». :<:',:,. ;<j ..., a. m.. 12.10. 1.30. 3.10.
4:.". 6-23 4.-, p. 11. Sundays. ».00. 10.00
■ m . 1.00. 3.3 U. 7 4.'. p. 11. L«*ve Pier 10.
x R. foot ivdar St.. B. ::.. 10 00. 11.00
a. m.. ' 1.00. 2.00. „ jr.. 4:.. :. 4:. 8.10 p. m.
?unJays. S*.3y. 10.30 a. m.. 1.30. 4.00. S.IO
Ji. !U.
Tim* tables may be obtained at follow
ing offices: Übertr St. (W. 23d St. T.I.
Cli'l't-a 3144). Piers 1<» and M. N. !'. . 6
A«'or JJouk^. 247. 1,-). !*« 1354 i:i.,ad«ay.
Ita 2-J.".. SSi Fifth Ay., 27:tS Tliir-i Ay.. 11l
\\-"l 122 th St.. 24."> C'llumbus Ay.. New
York- 4 Court St.. "i: 1 ,. :;44 Fulton -St.. 47!»
No-tiand A\.. Bror-lclyn; NO Broadway.
triHianuiburt. N< « York Transfer < ■•. calli
for :md ch»<ks baKS*S* in <r'-stinatioi).
BALTIMORE & OHIO R. R.
iV.U. i.:. E LINK TRAINS.
"fcj\erv' othfr huur on the oven hour."
to BALTIMORE AND Washington.
i.i'. Conn«-ct!ui)s In Sew L'nion Station,
Wa=hington. with all Lines South.
Leave New York Daily. 23.1 St Üb'rCL
WASHINGTON. Sl'pert. 11.50 [.i.J 1.30 am
WASHINGTON. l>in*r. 7.50 am KW am
WASHINGTON. Irtner. 9..V) am 10.00 am
(Parlor 'ar N. V. to Rlcbmi »«!. V«.)
WASHINGTON. i>... 11. TO am 12.«Ki n'n
■WASHINGTON. ■ .f!>-i. I .SO pin C.UU 1 m
"ROYAL, LTl>..'" Diner. 3..*>» 11 in 4mi pin
WAtHLNOTON. Huff*!. <J..'i<) pin 7 'I" Jim
Tl.roujli Dally Trains to the Weft.
CHICAGO PITTBBUKO, 7.50 am s.im am
CHICAGO. COUUMttU&AIIM am 12 mi nn
PITTSBt.'RG. CLICVKLD. ••'. BO pm 4MI imi
••IMTTSHIRG LlM!TKl»."ti.sii)'m T.'XI pin
. 1 i.. hi.- ij 11 ißv.. 11. .vi 1 Wain
<-!N..ST.L')i;iS.LOi:ir;V.. 9.Vtam "lie »m
• ■IN ..-"I- I.' " i.- >l" .~v. iLSnpm •. mi „m
Ofliceh: 245, 4)4. , Ml iSioinlwuy, «i Antnr
Uous<-. 10S Gr-^nnlcli St.. 22.*! ,Ith Ay.. :;;ii
GnJOi St.. N. V.; ."$43 Fulton m . Brooklyn;
\Ve>t 23d St. ar'-i Liberty .St.
After «i p. to, rle'ejiinc Car reservations
«n<i foil infonsiaiion nsanJlns tiainn. etc.,
itn Le obtained »t fiureau of Information.
B & O. I: X.: 2M Si. Terminal. 'PbOM
Number. Owlsea — 3144.
mar* A>l» COJXH
OLD COINS, rne<!al«. paper money, ooufßL.
•cU. Tbomno i- t-ir-, *3 ii iW •(. K. Z.
DRY GOODS.
FIKMTIRE,
33% to 50% OFF
During July
Too many goods and too little space force us to sacrifice our
magnificent stock of the finest furniture money can buy. There
fore we offer as long as they last
unsurpassed in any retail store. For example, we have reduced
one line of our best selling brass beds, two-inch posts, for
merly $20, to $10; also we have reduced our Mahogany
and Bird's Eye dressers and chiffoniers from $30 to $15.
Many patterns to select from, but only a limited number.
Our Cottage Furniture shows greater reductions than
ever. These reductions apply on all our general line of dining
room, library, bedroom and summer furniture. Call and examine.
FREDERICK W. EVERS,
30-32 East 21st Street, Between Broadway a£i'4th Aye.
l'LBLl'; AIXOIJNTA>TS.
CERTIFIED Putilie accoutv • <3eslre« e»-
Traitements In .accounting, auditing. sy»
(.Sa'ulng and special Investigations, best
ritdfiitlals- moderate charges A.-.'»ia U
P. A.. Postofflr. Box 1453. N*ew Torb.
GOLD!*CIIMIDT. HERMAN E. 15« Nassau
•t TM 431" B»ekman. Accepts at mod
*,. .harces temporary engagements.
Books opened, posted, closed, audited; ar-
ISreuieuU ma.ie with "rrns not re^ulrin*
permaneni bookkeeper.
RRIS'KKRHOFF & SON. 32 Broadway. TeU
" ii- -"H-oad. Edgar I), llilnkerhoff. Cer
tlrua" A. cuuntant. s.a-.e of New York.
CAPBL E LE JEUNE. C. P. A. (Est.
IHHSI 8^ Beaver at —special cxamlna
natioiis'; ptrio.llcal audit.; reorganiza
tions systen.atlc arrangements. «ta
Telephone. 3'Ult Broad.
JOHN PROUD. «> WTLLIA/I ST.
Faamlnallor.a for Trsat Oacnpanß* and
Investors. -Periodical Audit*. Memti. r New
York State Society Certified Public Ac»
• outtant" •Teleuhotie 2073 John.
JOHN C. AL»:OUR. Public Account art and
<u<llt«.r 237 Broadway. — Book*, written
up' and closed, prollt and lons slatementii
and balance sheet* prepared: periodical
• udlt». Tel Xl 7o— Col tl tndi.
APKI 9 IS.
«— — . X "Ol RNIER.
I§l Mfr FRENCH COOK JACKETS.
KcTI «'ATS AND Al'nONsi. Walt«-r»" and
/)*"' t*i»-ii.l«-i -' Cwtl, Butcher Oar
\t':' ;u< :its I'asir-. Cooks* Article*, etc.
■*"*■' Giffit >p>Hllmirnl " Imported
Knlv*-s • r.O V\\ *'«!' -St.. n«ur Broadway.
V V Daool fur Ko>«l \Vlnd»'-r Hair R
•■.n-r»ur. *u« ■"!-• M*er"» •>*•• **-• *»*
latau
N^W-YORK, SUNDAY, JXILY 5, 1908.
imr goods.
FTKNITrRE
MACHIXKKT.
N4 SH GAS h GASOLINE ENGINES
Sperlally adapted fot
rrnnlng electric light
ing, domestic water
supply and flr« pntec
lon plantj for country
bom t ? and estates.
Economical, simple and
absolutely reliable.
NATIONAL METER CD)..
CHICAGO. BOSTON. .NblW YORK.
CLKRNAN'D A ff>.. elevator specialties.
general machine work, repairs and »ui>
plles. 64 <Jrand st.
THE MIKT7. * WEISS GAS AND OIL.
ENGINES; sta'lonary and marine. 1 H to
l(A)"h p." Aug. Mletz. l^S Mott at.. N. Y.
nJRMTURE.
Circassian Walnut Dresser,
xx Mi cedar lined drawer.s37.3o
Fine leather box seat din
liik chairs „ M.W>
Eauully low prices throußhout.
5 V SAMPLE FURNITURE
CO Wholesale and Retail.'
42-44 Eaet 20th St..
':/ bet. B'way and 4th a".
1-MHKKI.I.AH.
gTEINS< HXK.I'KH>
"Umbrellas are the HEST.
KtiKllsh Gloria U?c.
Taftrta Union JIM)
Pun Silk S^-rR* 13.M
London b'rnoke .>;:.-."
n< a r-ilug with Imported,
Bilk, *i. All repairs. 15c.
12* Fulton it., cor.NUMtu.
Baitnatnt
dry noons.
fTJ\ spAuCAQS Transfer To n /p /To
iiLL in Fiotiot See
The cycle of time ence more brings the looked for and
always brilliantly successful Bloomingdale July Mill and
\ Factory Sale. By reason of repetition, tor half a score
years, with its ever. 'increasing measures of economy oppor
tunities, this great event has assumed an importance in thou
s .mis of households, that is overshadowing. -■?'■
Wholesale and manufacturing centres arc glutted with
merchandise— over-productions and cancelled orders were
multitudinous— rwhen we sent out our famous postal card to
' producers inviting interesting propositions.
The response was enormous — the offerings of high
class merchandise at prices phenomenally low were exceed- .
ingly numerous.-- Leisurely and critically we sifted them — ;
accepting here, rejecting there, until we were
Prepared for This Gigantic Sale
with About Two Million Dol
lars' Worth of Merchandise At
an Average Saying of About
50c on the Dollar.
We. enthusiastically invite you to this sale, confident that
we are doing more than we have ever been able to do in
behalf of your interests. The following randomly selected
list of items will give you a faint idea of the legions of mar
vellous values you are asked to look over.
ajpc?* UU' -IT J J.1,1»-COS L'ICDD&D, W men a nd
misses, made of a sheer white lawn. »vith panel of embroidery
down front. Cuffs finished with embroidery. Trimmed in con
trasting shades of lawn around neck, on front and sleeves. The
skirt is a full pleated model, with 6-inch fold. $? / "j) (T\ 1^
- Cannot be bought elsewhere for less than $5.00; (j]y £ 3 i^cj)
our mill and fact' sale price
$25 Taffeta and Pongee Coats,
All sizes for women. The«e splendid coats are 52 inches long and
are hqre in a number of different styles. A great many of them
are sample garments. All are highly desirable and appropriate
for seashore, country or auto wear. Not all coats in the lot are
$25 values, but the greater number are. <rt? <1 r^\ r\ g»
No matter what the value, the mill and Jp j| &f*jy<3u)
factory price is the same for all .........
lr li ilililW&SO JJJ CO3CD, versity of imported and do
mestic materials, especially adapted for warm weather wear. In
cluded are marquisettes, silk voiles, silk mulls and rajahs, most of
which have been selling at three and four times the present price.
There are many different styles and all sizes, but not all sizes
in every style. This is one of the most remark- (jh (T\ r=j [|»
able, bargains of this remarkable sale. The mill *y 0 J <£/
and factory price is
$\ (f\ ibogilnsi! ii<epp^HHis, women> m blue .
1 O JCfO^J JbJ.l i\>\) \J **> i-i J «--3» women, in Mac,
pink and white. The collarless coat is profusely trimmed with
lace. So are the improved Butterfly sleeves. The style is a one
button dip front and back model. The skirt is full pleated
with a deep fold, and has one row of insertion above the fold.
— A charming suit for present - wear and : a '•$? ,r\ HA
' remarkable " value at the mill and factory (^jp >> 9 <£? Vy/
sale price of -' ' >"
$ 12.95 Tailor Made Linen Suits*
■ Ml sizes for women and.misses, hi every popular shade of the
season The coat is 36 inches long; a cutaway model. Collar
and cuffs trimmed in contrasting shades of striped linen.
Finished with large pearl buttons. The skirt i« a circular
gored model, with a deep fold and bias trim- ,(P/ (fi) S
ming around bottom to match jacket. Mill and <j]p \j) 9 V <L/
fact or v sale price is
$7.95 Outing Dresses ii tt D'S
in Princess style. Alt sizes for women and misses. 1 hey are
made of striped imported repp, in blue, hello, pink and black.
The waist has a turnover collar and may be worn with or without
fancy shield and flowing scarf. On each side are large pleats
forming a Gibson effect. The sleeves are three-quarter length,
wtih turn back cuffs. The skirt is a circular rf> | (T\ E
gored model, with 8-inch fold. The- mill and <$)**s■ 9y ij
factory sale price is :
75c White Lawn Waists, -S
rows of blind and eyelet embroidery and cluster tucks. Back,
collar and cuffs tucked: button back : three-quarter -3 r=9
sleeves. None sent C. O. D. at the mill and factory (Q J
sale price of
$1.50 Lingerie Waists, sS^SfS
choice new models, just off the machines. Made by one of the
best waist makers in America. The fronts are formed ot the
finest quality imported embroideries in jo new designs; m fact
many of the embroideries are exactly the same as those used in
our regular Si oS waists The waists are trimmed with graduated
neks Collar and cuffs trimmed with lace edge and tucks. They
button back, have three-quarter sleeves and come m <=?&{*
sizes 36 to 46. A wonderful value at the null and JO^
factory sale price of
• Embroideries at Hall
tw mill and factory sale brings you a most remarkable offer-
Sbric! naSok Si executed St. Gall embjmderks, »
'amhru- lain'u'l' ,vA Swiss flooncing, edgings ami fasetfioos.
A tempting array ot patterns ■ in<*
, lf V() °3c tic values, at, yd X V C
5 0C. values at lue< _ d oc
35c. values at, vl:: - 12c Be. values, at yd „. 3c
Idc'Wash Laces, a new and very desirable
3UC WSSinl iLHLCb, lot of ju>t the sort, that
women want now. to add the dainty finishing touches to Sum-
T" Ire^e' linger,,-, etc The major portu-n of the \ot Q
"" made to sell for 30c. a yard. Ihe mill and factor, Q^
sale price of any is •
Women's $4 to $7 Oxfords
• .11 the seasons latest styles'; all leathers and all city made.
",n tt 0M,.r.1< an.l Pumps. Yoor cbrace M lke
„,"il' ri „j factory sak pri«s of 5.V.W a.»l
Men's 36 Button Shoes, from the well
Mem s 3>o oiacioo 9 known Wm .
. r t- ~a «i s - r.nrdon-Kilev Co. — makers of highest
";,; "i [ [hi » da>. at the mill an-i hrtOfJ «k .J^OljJ
price of • - £
_Cn^'t O iBLOOMIMCPALES 1 as Z&&IV =====
WATCHES ANO JEWELRY.
a"£jCE c DUFF'S^. 1 West 34th st
R.om 1108- opposite Waldorf-Astoria: 18
years^rit, Tiffany: Jewelry cloned pa •
l.hed. repaired. whlU you wait: pearl col
lars restruns- \T *■
M \<TUBKTI of diamond mountings,
old jewelry bought, exchanged or mad,
over lino new. aiurns ticniit. tC Nassau.
X ROODMAN. designer and manufacturer
* of ar: Jewelry; repairing a n»ir(alry.
1H42 7th aye.. for. lllth st. '*
HWE ran seen the thin model 14 kt.
Walthim watehea HVMU> ='"• •» Ml
AIM) Mil wlndlns and »trlkln»c watches.
126 West 23d St. '""'.?'
■ .*"-- : : ~f* r'i '.\sas*Asp % okq Ay&j&JVy
WE BUY for spot ca*h »«cond hand palons;
■end postal and rtprtMQMttv* will call;
wa have Stelnway . bar«»lu«. Wlm iiiiau
Co., 17 £ut 121 th »UV ,'":"
DRY GOODS.
OPTICIAN!*.
THE /NNOTINO EYE GLASS problem
solved; th« slip and tilt Is done away
with by our patent all shell covered cose
piece, which prevents the screw "rom cut
ting the nose, and insure* firmness and
•"rFEffiTOARID- HffIEUTEB
OPTICIAN, I '
S3 \V 4^.1 •( . between sth and Bth ayes.
Bring your prescriptions. t
THEODORE MUNDORFF. optician; eye»
tested, classes carefully fitted <repalrlni!i.
1167 Broadway, -between 27th and •.'Smsta.
H. KA.NNK. Eyeilßht Specialist: rca*onab!«
charger for eyeglasses: consultation tree.
187 St. Nicholas aye.. near llSth st.
WALTER R. PnoUTT. optician: t>r«»ctil>
tion work ■ specialty: 'cii*«* duplicated:
r«yalrln*.: '• Broad w«y & 72(1 ft . opp. »nbw»y.
JOHN K. M£YER. Optician. «6 «Ih «v« —
• Oulliti' prucrtptlwu accurately flUtd;
-MMUrlb*, «;._•» Ui»t tolO. ■ ■■-■.• .-. ..
DRAMA
AND FASHION.
' DRY COODS; .: I V-V-'-' .'n»T.-COOPS. ]
!. IJ :^IJ 'jj&sz SITKSEIT W-B&TT ' OF 5^ A T /E,IJ >l ■
$26,000 Worth 'of -Underwear for 51 7,000.
i THAT'S THE WAY WE BOUGHT!
Two manufacturers (desiring their workrooms cleaned up before
the fourth sold out their stocks to us at
ONE THIRD -OFF!
liars tHe Koncy Part of »he Story— Now for the Goods!
ji - They iii ■mill Nislit Dresses Skirts, Drawers. Chemi.^s. Corset Cor-
I ers and- Prince^ Slips of nainsook. cambric and soft miwlin— of
fine qualities, but majority, are the easily laundered, substantial kind*
I- that many- prefer- for warm weather— all full cut. well made—depend
j able qualities that customers exyeet to riu.l here, no matter how low the
■ prices quoted.
NIGHT DRESSES 33 Cts. to 4.95 - - worth .59 to 1T.98
COSSET COVERS 16 cts. to 1.9 S - worti .29 to §**!
SKIRTS - --- 49 Cts. II 6.98 . - -. worth .89 " $9.93
BSAWERS - - 17 cts. to 2.69 - worti .29 H $4.6?
CHEMISES - - 27 cts, ts> 2.69 - - worth -.4? t3 $4.98
SHORT SKIRTS - 29 Cts. to 1.25 - worti .5? to $1.99
PRINCESS SLIPS 98 Cts. to 5.93 -. - wcrti $1.65 to $3.9*
Bear In mind that foregoing are entirely different in styles
and trimmings from any we have yet shown— variety Is enormons.
Loss that manufacturers took enables us to sell
BELOW WHOLESALE PRICES I
NEVER 50 BUSY^- WHY?
BECAUSE WE HAVE GOODS WANTED
AT PRICES THAT APPEAL
Stocks Are and Will Be Kept Complete!
Of Gecds, Now in Demand, Assortments Never Were Si) Gre2t .
What 3s It You Want?— Ycu Will Find It Here t
Timely Offers in
Summer Table Linens
Ex. Heavy Cotton Damasks— ">S Inch _
worth .2.' - •! '
Diced Napkins — hem'd — _
value 39 cts. a dozen .— I
AH Linen Damasks — Inch. a!«o ; „„
Fine Mercerized— inch— r?i*. .40.. .3V I
Fine Mercerized Napkins— lß Inch—
worth .9S dozen ....: .£>i?
All Lln*n Damasks— cream and full
bleach— and BS Inch— re*. ■";» .-»
Full Bleached Napkins — all— linen
M inch— fast fd«e— wortK $l-2» dozen -»y
All Linen Pattern Cloths— fi3xf»—
full h. s. hem— worth ?1 .»'.» 1.19
Frinsceu" Napkins— l 4 inch— cold borders—
were 5 cts «$
All Linen Set? — fringe and double row
drawn work— S-10 cloth— dozen napkins
red borders only— therefore ■»« sets 2. 1 V ,
Remnants of Table Damasks — ■
At Great lttCuctton*— "Red Ticket" lots: j
Special Silk Values
If you bu'v you save money — if you
don't the low is yours: —
27 Inch SITk Voiles— whit- with MM
or blsck pclka dots— were .2W....... .It)
-27 Inch Black Ponptees— all silk—
soft — were .."■!» -- - .-+9
Yd. wile White Washable Habutals—
wf-re ."«« **.*;•'* ••--• •!>"
Yd- wide Natural Ponkeeß—aHstlU~ ■-
will launder well — were «0.... .4.9
Fatin Foulards — light arid dark —
all »ljfl— were. .M ;, .49
Yf wld^ Black Taffeta Silks
wear cuarantee.l— rich lostre—
soft or heavy flnlsh-rwere $I._V. .OS
Messalin's — white, cream, light and dark
shades— were .•">». .o9 I
July Is the Time to Buy
Wash Dress Fabr3cs
PRICES ARE FAR BELOW THE EARLY SEASON?
Such" opportunities as these speak for themselves.
SILK CHIFFON MOUSSELINES
Black and white rings and dots. .11-
FINEST IRISH DIMITIES
Black and white grounds, with figures.
rlnirs. dots, squares and vines— . R
were .24 ■ .1O
MOUSSELINE CARREAUX
da« and evening owns— crossbars,
tinted with allover printings—
worth ■'!» —"
SATIN STRIPED LAWNS
■cv.it.. with floral tinting*—
value .1» .1-"
EMBD DOT PLUMETIS
white, with floral overprinting^—
beautiful and effective— Earlier .24 ,1O»
FRENCH & SCOTCH ZEPHYRS
fancy plaids— worth -3».. ( -lo
MERCERIZED MADRAS
s newest color combinations— look Ilk*
silk pongee — Import pric« 4. . .lit
SILK MIXED GRENADINES
self-colored— -Ilk ■»■■■■ _
Earlier .2.) •J/ I
MERCERIZED FOULARDINES
" excellent styles and coloring*— »sht.
medium and dark-mill seconds— |
Therefore 21 ,ct. quality.... > » •»
NOVELTY DRESS GINGHAMS
Rest sty!-!.— 124 ct. quality 7"*
IMPORTED SILK ZEPHYRS
two-thirds Ilk— Tartan colors—
were .S3 -«**>
MORNING SALES To-morrow, Kcnlay,
s"^i'i . To prevent dealers buying, quantities restricted. \
XO MAIL OR TELEPHONE ORDERS.
i$3.5Q Women's SC skirts 1.69:
Full-pltated. with fold— black, whit*, f
colors. - I
SKCOND FLOOR— NEW BUILDINO. [
69 ct. Chile's Lingerie Hats, .37 "
Lace -<l|Sr- ruffles— sla«. to 8 >"-
SECOND -fKNTI.i. ,
$: 24 n '.; m: Percale Petticoats .67
* ***** en"» *
Black and white M color stripes—
band trim.
SECOND FLOOR— CENTRE.
15 ct. Eastman's X££TPcwder. X
Also tooth powder— th« okl original. ;
' ' BASEMENT— PEHFVMERT. I.
19 ct. WHite India Linons li
M) Inch— made of fine combed E«yp:l«n
yarn. » !
MAIN FLOOR— NEW BUILDING.
12K ct. ™£L Percales 6?^!
Full yard wide— beat styles— Urfe «s«jrt
ment.
BASEMENT— CEXTRE.
10 ct. hornet Flannels ..: 6
.* Bleached and cnbleached — 27 Inch.
BASEMENT— NEW BUILDING.
59 ct. Tableclotis 37
Hed with fr««>n or . white— fringed — j
8 yd». ion*.
main FLOOR— mim j
15 ct. Walte Turkish Towels 91,9 1 ,
ISx3<I — h«mm«' — l -»». sponsy.
MAIN FLOOR— LINENS.
35 ct. Dinner Salves, each... .19
Celluloid !>«.ndlf* han«l forced »t««)L
MAIN FL<X>R— CENTRE. . !
Also ; 14 OTHER MORNING SPECIALS -equal 10 aboYJ
Not advertise. Space does not permit
LOOK FOR THE CLOCKS I LOOK FOR THE CLOCK 4
Summer Dress Goods
'Ti- wisdom to buy when such
values as these are offered: —
ria.k an.l Whit* «;h«»cks —
light weight — elsewhere .1!' .19
All Woo! Cr»am Pform Serg«9-=
50 Inchf-s— lI.S quality .SO
Imported Strip* ■: Mohairs— shadow HH
and hair M»--45 inch— black.
navy, brown— worth *i '••• .8»
All wool Panamas — 45 an«l 3© Inch —
black and colors— w*r» >O .69
T.j-hf Woißht -<;i':n«r«--«ll wool —
45 and M Inch —••••■• stripes
and checks— were -7» .49
Import*?* All Wool Suitings — 50 and 54
Inch— hprTln«Nin"?. chevron and shadow
stripes— Earlier $!■■«> -i»
Emrll!»h Mohairs — Extra .«tlk finish —
44 in.-h— brown, era.. navy, royal.
frarmt ail black— elsewhere •«» .39
All Wool Black Voile*— clo«e. even
weave — rrlsp finish — 42 mch —
were *1.0» -S9
Odd Lots of Rugs
At Clearance Prices!
IMPORTED I < »I>T BRUSSELS—
oxl2 ft.— value $15. **>.. 9.98
"OLD HOMESTEAD" AXMINSTER?—
* 4.«x7.« ft.— value $7.50 98
9,5 ft— value $13.00 8.93
AMKFI.\\.V-r>RI>:NT>TJt— * '-
I«x38 Inch — value $2.25 1.4y
3«x«f> Inch— value $5.50 3.93
.i xl ; ft.— value $1&00.....' 6.93
FINEST BOOT BRr??ELS—
" »xl 2 ft.— were •»•• 10.93
irOTO!! VET-VETS—
9b13 ft.— value $24.00 1 4 .93
TISSUE YOII.KS
plain colors— were .21 9*
TAFFETA CHECKS
Mercerized— were .2* .19
FINK SCOTCH MADRAS
for shirt waists and children's dresses-—
worth 4.".. -27
FRENCH ZEPHYRS
plain colors — were .Z> . 1 £*
IMPORTED NATURAL LINENS
pure linen— valua .35 to .49.. 19 •■ .39
FRENCH VOILES
<j Ov ted — black and colors —
Imported to sell at .43 .27
SATIN STRIPED I. AWNS
combined with hemstitching — _
fast black — l-> •* quality • 9*
PLAIN BATISTES AND LAWNS
all the pretty fancy shades
for dresses, slips and lining*^
27 to 40 Inches wMe TT s * to .14
MERCZD CORD BATISTES
Mercerized Stripes, with diiinty
overprinted flowering dots, ic —
were .19 9*
FANCY PERCALES
full yard wide — best styles^ ' 9
were .12H..-- S%
MADRAS CHEVIOTS
rlain colors and printed dots, rings,
chexks. i*t.— Eartier .12 1 * S'fc
HEAVY CHEVIOT PERCALES
nothing better for service — fast colors
value .12'» 7*
|$!.25 Wcraen's 1 * Jon GIOV2S .69
' M.oi.«<;uetatr»— Black. whit»— all sizes.
MAIN FLOOR— NEW BUILDING^
-.59 ct. Silk Elastic Belts .32
• :..'. silver gray and -••■»<•! «tu<l«le<l.
MAIN FLOOR— CENTRE.
•69 ct. g^o Rough Siantuncs.. 39
27 Inch tan. brown, navy. etc.
MAIN FLOOR— SILKS.
49 ct. s *. 3 , 1 :; Kolialrs 29
Black and fashionable shades — 2H inch.
MAIN FLOOR— DRESS GOODJ.
$2.25 Wom^r 9 Waists... I^B
\llover emb'd from or lace an<f emb"y trim.
SECOND rLOOB CENTRE.
59 ct. Seaaliss Sheets AX
"Ironc'ad"— full sb*. 81i»X
] BASEMENT— SEW BI'ILDING.
t-O P? T^it'h^r^. Taffetas. II
B'lk. white. color*— eood widths.
MAIN FLOOR NEW BCILDING.
'|49 ct. Window Screens :. 3$
130 inches hich— extend ?Z to 27— perfect.
THIRD FLOOR— NEW BlIU'!'
' [49 ct. Boys* Knes Paats 25
1 Washable— also Bloomers— 4 to 16 yra.
THIRD FLCOR— CENTRE.
:$2.00 Men's Vests, Bu t «r n ~i»
{ ' Latest style — M»dra*. cheviow. ftaanej. •
MAIN FLOOR— WIST. "
H39 ct Renaissance .19
Ha- m-«de— l^xl*— »•■ I cr border,
MAIN FLOOR-Xgy^Bg?^^' o -

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