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Lord & Taylor
[Vomefi s Dresses
Special Sale Monday, April sth
Foulard Silk Dresses \
colors: Navy, Taupe. Wisteria, I
Ros^an<! Black with white figures I
J At
Rajah Silk Dresses \ $ in ~O
' All Shades: Self Embroidered Oz?'U
Messaline Silk Dresses \ ™ ] »^
, . -, , r - 1 to »t60.00
Street and Evening Shades; r.m- I
broidered Waist and Lace or J
Xet Yokes
_^ — — — — — — — ■^— — ~— ~~ — — (
Misses 1 Silk Dresses
— 14 to iS years —
Foulard, Messaline and Rajah Silks, in New
Shades; Chic Styles for Spring and Early Sum
mer Wear;
S
Special 2\. OO values to $35.00
Women s Suits
. of
French Serges, Elaborately Braided;
3^-length- Hipless Coat and Circular Skirt, at
kbAO. OOj values $50.00
•3
Three-Piece Gown, Suits
of French Serges; several models to select from
$O. 00, value $65.00
Broadway and 20th St.; sth Aye., 19th St.
BRASS BEDS and BEDDING
A " Flint Quality " Brass Bed, whether of medium price or one of the
finest quality, specially constructed to order, is the standard of metal furniture
excellence, as the selection of the materials, the assembling of the parts and
the delicate finish are all critically inspected by experts.
"Flint" Sanitary Bedding, made to your order of punned materials, in
our large, sunny and thoroughly ventilated work rooms, high above the dust
of the thoroughfares, enables us to guarantee all products to be thoroughly
clean and healthful.
Mattresses, Bolsters, Pillows, Bedspreads, Valances and Draperies are
made to order on short notice.
The great variety, as displayed on our SIXTH floor, assures a satis
factory selection.
WE ALWAYS WELCOME A COMPARISON OF PRICES
Geo. C Co.
WEST 23 ST. 24-28 West Z^ST
SUPPOSED KIDNAPPED BOY DROWJfED.
Swindler Was Abont to Extort $500 from
Frantic Father.
Dint. Mich.. April 3.— lnstead "f havine h«-ti kifi
napped when I:e disappeared from his home her©
on February .7. ten-year-old Harold Moon fell
ihroujrh the ice of Threari Pond and was drowned.
HiF hody was found to-day. A jiajr of skates fap
leneo" to the fret lx>re mute testimony to the man
i-or of the lad'F desth.
Suspicion developed soon after tla little boy's
disappearance that lie had been kidnapped, ajad
circulars v ero «-nt broadcast all over tiie United
States. He wmm reported la have been pe*n In
various cities, and L.uman X. Moon, the father,
marched for i.iw urn far and wide.
Moon received a letter at his home, in Flint, a
few days aso fr.-m Delavan, Wis. The writer *aid
iie had the lost boy jn i.is possession, and that the
father could recover tha child by goinp to |i.-!avai;
and depositing f5C«"t in the mouth of a cannon in
me city park. Developments show that the BCfaetae
rvat< arranped by a pers">) who had read the de
tails oT th- kidnapping of Willie Whitla. an.! who
wu^rl.t to .-xtort aflsa> money from a frantic father.
Mr. .M 0..11 conferred with Influential citizens here
mid a purse naa raised to employ detectives to hunt
iru- supposed kidnappers. He then went to Dela
va«. whfre i.c deposited a dt-coy letter n the <an
nr»P i«s' rrijThl.
Ohic&gr-. Apri! 3.— human V Moon returned here
late io-«iay from Delavan. Wis.. with a detective.
Ti.e d.-,..;. letter wnich was placi in the mouth
..<• the ,-«nn.-.n in X>elavati Park, in answer to the
•ifmstiid of Use at:oi,ymous writer, was taken awj;y.
The man wh«. took t!,e JeTier is known and wMI
be arrested. What charge may be brou K ht against
l.im is now being debated by the authorities
Tliough lie sought to extort money, ho did not and
ii* cannot he charged with abduction. ITHat to do
in the «i«e Ss a puzzle to the authorities
CARTER TO COMMAND IN LUZON
■11—111. April S.-Bri«dje r Oneral W"
IL Certer wa. msfn* t<^, y to the ;n; n
ihe iH-partment «r Urn as :i io relief 6T Uri^adier
general A. U Mill*, who a. coming honi General
»ar?er was recently Jttacr.^l from ,;,,. comm , nd
irtne DetMartnMot of the Mis-s.
DICKINSON TO BE HERE TO-MORROW
ta*ta*Tt*f>. April i-Becratary riHlmm, *4il
■ oere lu-n- : .-v • , g ,.. r,. N . workw ork —
Punt's
Rne.
tend meetinirs of the Panama Railro Company
and the Prison Ship Martyrs' Association in that
city Monday. jf»» will return to this city Tarsday
mornins.
NOTED CHURCH CASE SETTLED.
Nashvlll<\ T"r,n.. April 3.— The Cumberland Pres
byterlan Church In Tennessee won this afternoon
the noted church cag«> with which the Tennessee
Supreme. Court i.bk been wrestling for two years.
The Supreme Court holds that the move of a por
tion of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church In
uniting wMI the Presbyterian Chnrch, 13. s A
were not effective. -• • ■ •.
MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
MINIATVRK ALMANAC
HIGH WATER
WIRELESS REPORTS.
rh Celtic, reported •« 21R miles east at B— v,. l
Tne Philadelphia, reported a* 2S.T miles ,-ast of «andy
H.iok at 0 a. m. ve Mt . r day. is expected to .jock about *
a. m. to-<lay. . <"fn. noout »
INCOMING STEAMERS.
TO-DAT.
Vfs * t! From. i in .
•I-a ««ast-mi. £ ni- Havre, auc), 27. ;•,"• .
•Alconquln l\ii ks Island. March' 30 cVv.Ve
:^?^ C e:::::::^n!^: March illi?S
Trinidad! March « ' 1 "" >i
T*? 1 ■"■ 1 '" no K«<». March '30 " ' ' V-V *V n
JJil Palermo. March 10.. Au«-i«n
•'••iln^ Havre. March SO Austrian
0,-nerosa li^n.,,. March M Irei.ci.
kr,ott"n.v.v:.:::::-»un^ SSSS Swg&k*^*
1-in. Uiiu-m II Haytj lSS3S^3feg =
PhilaJelphU Southampton iiarVh YDV D W '
UaLorrala* lia,r. ilaich "7 " American
AraaoMßta Han'bui-R. Har-h '•■■, ••■trencn
Uallteo Hull. March -M " Hanib-Aan
l*>rninlc Para. March 23 "T ~
}Jtnn«mar. Palermo March' •><> "oath
City ■: Atlanta. Savannah April T y-ftallui
MONDAY. APRIL 5 ■• annah
! llfornia .. Glasgow. March 27 *- 7£^ "
•friiu- <..-. . H.-rmuda. \pril a ■ Anchor
•Triniiat: Bermuda. April 3 I '<■ i .\,
•r^ptnanr Tiinidad. March ■•<»" QuetK-c
WitMU8; ..:..... ...K,«. m « *.- Match n=° ; : ■■O W r
l»acu t,eg:i A iru«J..G«-r.oa. March »4 ' "'• ' " ' ° Lloyd
Zealand Antwerp. March" - ; 7 A' Italian
NoorCam Rotterdam jial-c-? "4^SrS"' n^ ! Star
rtll* of Mot Ms.3 v^rdiff. March* ••'■•" ' -"'""^ra
Philadelphia ... La Gua££ M2rcr»«)" V,
V= rat ■ -• t Lu.ia. March V -■ nn * d I>
Ui»*-« Oalvex 1 March at Dl a: " !l «-i
JUAiitry
XEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. SUNDAY, APRIL 4, lOOrt
Sterm Brotlhieirs
Tc-rnorrow, an Exceptional Offering of
Summer Silks
Pekin Stripe Messalines. Checks'; Plaid? and Striped Taffeta?. Fancy
Shantungs, Printed Satin Foulards. Plain and Faconne Grounds
in neat effects and Polka Dots. Double Width Imported
Printed Marquisettes -'and Broche Mousselirie.
Usually 85c to -^1.50 Yard at <§> V^
Also
3500 Yds. Imported Black Messaline Paillette de Soie,
36 inches wide, superior quality.
Regular Value $1.43 Varrl at *1. fl 0
Colored Dress Goods
Greatly Reduced
Summer Materials in Waist. Skirt and Dress Lengths.
CONSISTING OF IMPORTED SHEER FABRICS, ALL WOOL AND
silk And WOOI IV plain < OI.ORS, FANCY STRTPES & checks
At Less Than Hall Cost of Importation
Special Sale of Cotton and 5Hk nixed
Dress Fabric?
4500 Yds. Crystalines, 20 C
in a variety of satin figures in the most desirable <-<-)i<>r-. *— '
Value 50c Yard
5800 Yds. Silk U'an> Pongees,
light and medium weight, all the new colors, tn >\JJ
two-toned effects, for Coal Suits and Evening Dresses. <v/
Value 55c to 65c Yard
3700 Yds. Rou<«h Shantungs. _.
Silk Warp, ecru and white ground?. _ 4f (T)
in suiting strij)cs. fasi colors, Value 75c Yard, at
Easter Novelties in
'Women's Imported Neckwear
rnmpri-in£ new and desirable styles
Tabots. Rabats, Stocks, Bows, Yokes, Circular Collars, Guimpes. Stoles
and Ruffs, also a large collection of Fancy Xet. Chiffon and
Crepe de Chine Scarfs in the newest effertv
And in addition, the following
Unusual Values for To-morrow
Real Baby Insh Crochet Linen Collars. Value $1.35, a? <?5c
Real Baby and Heavy [rish
Crochet Military Stocks, at 5*1.50, 3.75, 2.25
Value $2:00 to 3.50
Real Baby Irish Crochet Circular Collars. at 51.35, 1.58
Value $1.50 to 1.95
Hand Emb'd Lingerie Circular Collars, V alue 51. . . at $3.45
Lingerie Dutch Collars with Valenciennes,
Cluny and Baby Irish Laces. at 25c, 35c, 48c
Value 50c to 75c
Rabats of Batiste with Valenciennes,
Clur and Baby Irish Laces. \ alue 45c to "sc. 25c, 35c, 4Sc
Floral Crepr Scarf* in all desirable shades Value $1.95, at $1.35
Stoles of Marabout and Chiffon, in taupe and natural colors, 5.95
West Twenty -third Street
ORDER FOR EASTER.
Special sale of Oxford and black vicuna thibets: Cutaway Coat
and Vest, fiat braided, or Prince Albert Coat and Vest, siik lined,
to -measure, $28. Fine imported Trouserings, $7. Overcoats
from the new zigzag and herringbone cheviots, s!3k lined, to
measure, 325.
Samples, album fM fashion and measuring guide free for the
asking.
ARNHE3M Broadway* NlnthSt.
cnmuß ■»«"■ Orteani Hard 31, Bo P»
Ei Nort» '■■ ■•■'■■■ March '■'•" So Pac
TL'ESDAT. '• I'lMi. •■■
•Kronprtnz Wttheltn ><rpmf:i. March 30 .N G LlOJ'<!
•Os.-ar II CtorlsUansand. March 27. . .Scan4-Am
•Havana Havana. April :i ft'ard
•Ro«em Barbados. March Ri:..;Lamp * Holt
•Hari— Luck«nba< h.l April I
Ctevet&nJ HamburK. March r. Hamb Ai i
Batavia Naples. March 3° Hamb -Am
Slavonia. .. Naplen, Marrh 'J1 OinaM
Jacob Lu.-k'-nl a-li. ..<;:iK<~mi. March :'": '" Clyde
Apache Jacksonville. April ■' ■ Clyle
<'lty of \< s ... Pavannah, April ." Ba annah
•ftrinp' mall.
OUTGOING STEAP/IERS.
MONDAT. APRIL "•
Mall \>«sel
Vessel. For. Line. rloaca salli
Marowyue, rrtnldad D W 1...' . irmam l:iupn
Tennyson. n«tliia. f>mporl ft HoH r:.Toam 12:'» i ni
H"rnti" Para. Hotwton ... l?:fif) in S:0Oj
TUBSDAT. a run. ♦;.
X Wllhelm 11. P'eimii. N G Lloyd... 6:Snani ln:ix>a m
I'oiarstjernen. Pernambuco, Brazilian . l:<«)jim 3:oOpni
City of Atlanta. Pa.annah. annah — «-• .'<:iHtpm
Arapahoe, Jackaonvllle, Clyde . — — l:00piu
WBDNESI»AY. APRIL 7.
Lncania. Liverpool. cunarU H:.'iii^ in I<>'«i a m
Uajestlc, bouthampton. White Star . 6:00 atn 0:30 a ra
Trlnlda'l. IV-rmuda. Quebec.. .. xn'iiim 10:00 am
Alleirhany Haytl. lUrah Am o:o(iain ll:(H>ani
I'arima. Barbados. Quebec 11:30 am 3:oopm
Madonna, Marseilles, r.il-r.. .. —-■ Ztfo pni
*'amasrucy. (Juantanamo, Ward ,1:lio p m
Iroauoia', * Jacksonville l_lye> — — i •■» pni
comal. Galverton:" Mallory — — I'J:<«> m
t-'abln*. rampa, Uallor> — — i- ■•»>
TRANSPACIFIC MAILP.
ItasHlielliin and Bteamer. Close in New Y«irk.
HaKnil. .i.:;'an. Corea. China and Phlllp
plno Islands (via San Francisco) — Man
churia Apr 4,6:30 pm
New Z«-a!a:i<i. Australia (axcepi West*,
.-a>n.. hi, latanda and New al'dynia (via
San Kranciseo) Century Apr 4. 6:30 pm
Japan, corea and China (Via Seattle) —
Ku«.i, Maru \pr S. (s:r.<( p m
Tahiti. Marquesas l^lan.ic. New Zealand
and Australia (ezoepl West) (via san
Kranciecol— Marlpoaa Apr 10. 6:30 pm
Hawaii. Japan, i rea and China <via
San FY»ncl*eo)-— Chiyo Maru Apr 11. t!:30 pin
Japan. Corea an.i Cl>ini tapcctaJlj ad
dressed only) <via Timna) — Oanfa Apr 15. 6:30 p m
Japan. Corea. China and Pnillppini Isl
ands ivia Vanecmer and Victoria. li Cr
— Kmpress of India Apr 16. 6:30 p m
.\T ir..,.. (except West». Ner.- Eealand.
Fiji Islands and >."•■•.• L^tledonta ivia
Vanco'jvor and Victoria. I* O Aoranirl.Apr i<> •;.-!<> p m
Hawaii tvia S*n PVaacisco) — .Alameda. Apr 10. i!:3o,p ni
.tapan. Oorea and China <via Seattle)
'IVisa Maru Apr 22, ti:.'in p m
Hawaii. Guam and Philippine (sianda (via
Saa Frfcncioco)— -V > Traaspori Apr 30, fl:3opm
SHIPPING NEWS
Port of New York, Saturday, April 3, 1909.
ARRIVED.
Steamer Antonio Ix>pez <Ppan). Mir. Vera '"rur March
ST. Puerto Mexico '^H and Havana .'•••>, to the '."omponl:i
Traaatlantica. with l^S cabin Nn.l 124 steeraK* i*'" ')
S»ts and n:flse. ArrlvM at tie r.nr at 8:30 a m. '
Steaiiicr Lucanla ißr), Werr. Uverpool March "7 and
(juet-nstown 28. to i"- Cunard S^s Co, Ltd. with SSI cabin
and 72! s^-erajre r'«»^nK<'rs, iiiai!s and .udsc. Arrived at
the Bar o; •■.».. m.
Steamer Algcnquln. Staple. ?ant<i .'-.Mir^t;.. March 23.
Macoris 16. Saactaez an.i Samaria 27. f'uert.- Clata and
Mcnte Cristo and Turks Island 30. to the Clyde Ss t>»,
with lo passengers, mails and mdse. Arrived at the. Bar
at .VJft pm. • '■
Steamer rt.iiacio'p-iia, MUta, llirulhaniß<iiai and Ch«i -
HANG GARMENTS IN MANAHANS
SFTARINE
MOTH BAGS
PACK. WRAPCLO) HES In T4RINE MOTHS SHEETS
bourg March 77, to the American Unr. with r»fs»ncrs
inn 1 1* »n.l m<l«e. Outßlrta th* liar at « <>T. p in.
St«>am»r Simunsid* (Bri l"irk. rlenfuesoa M»r. •. 2>*. to
»h«> Mbnson 6a I In.-, with m>c,h \i rived Rt the Bar at 2
Kieamcr Trrninnt. Garllrk. S»attl«- .fanunrj .11 and SI
Lucia M«r?h 2fl lo D B r>»arhom. with mdsi-. \rr».l
at t:;» Mar at 1:30 n inf.
Stpjimcr fiutKar'n (Q»r) S'!io«>nf<»Ult. Naples Marrh l.\
to tho Hambuiij-Amritiai: Line, nrlth 2.16 a *<•<■ i»b* pa«
-■• uti. is ttn.l m-ls*. Arrlr«-d nt tl>* Har at 1 ■ tn.
>-■:(. , . •■ Mexlrn M.ll<«r: \>r« rru* -March 3i Pro«r««o
-7. Ha ona .10 unJ Naisau 31, to th«> New Tork * <\iba
.Mall Sa o. wlih "12 i«sj»nß»rf, mall* and ri)<lii».
.->i<vtiil<T New \,>ik i 'lt. i til i. HRi.lay. Bristol Mar-h
19 and Swansaa !'.', to Jamaa Arkrli A. Co. with m<i»»
\ir! ■.• I hi II ■ Hnr nt 7:i>7 a m.
Steamer Kn;il»hr.>ok iUrt. .Vulr. Nil- Marrh 13 an.]
Nouvlta* 27, to tb« Munscm Sb Ulna, with »UK»r. Ar
rlv.-J hi tho Bar nt 11:19 a m.
Sfamer I'olturno tfin. Hirrleon. Hamburg Marrh IB
an.i Rotterdam 3D. via Uniifax April 1. to the North
■ . -i<ti. Traimi 1 "!? Uri<-, wit!. 4 caMn and iwui stormier
snFit-n<jfr» and tntlae Arrived ut Iho Par at 11 a in.
stpnincr Symra (Nor). H»ir»tn.i Mni.T.anlllo Mar.-h 13
and i*l nruean in; to the Weal lndU Ss ct>. with sufcar.
Vrrlvi ■■ al tl • ■ Uar at 2:15 p m.
Steamer l.a I/.>rrnin*- <Kr>. Tnurnifr. Ha\ r« March 27.
to il.c f'omnagnlo General* TranaaUanriqoe, with -'2O
■■hHu hi.] Wl2 stee r a?» passengers, malls and mdae. Ar
rived lit the Her at 3:35 ii m. •
Strauiei Ar.pmlsin iiien. Ru*rh. Hamburg March 21.
to t'i«- Manibuiff-Anirrkan Line, with rods*, Arrived at
the Har at 4 p in.
>i< iiiihi ChiMS.nas.lie, Delano, Ftaltinwre. to th» New
York *• rialtlino'o Transportation Line, with m.is» fasted
In Quarantine it •'• am.
Steamer Vrapah <■. Cbichaatar, Jacksonville March 31
nn<l Chailpston April I, t.i the Clyda Sb Co with ras
"ngpTH and mrtse. r>:\«et-rl In Quarantine at i».i« a m.
st.tmi.-i Dover. Carlson, Tampa, to the Tirunnwick S«
Co. with -ndse. Off Highlands it S'Jft a ni an,] paint] In
Sandy Hnok '.t ft:r>o a m.
SUoniT rromctbatM (Gar) Tholen. Rotterdam March 2t.
lo Philip Riiprccht. in '.cliast. Arrived at the liar at
r,:10 p m.
Steamer Philadelphia, Mills, Routhamnton and Cher
bourg March 27. to the «m"rlr«n IJne. with 20fl rabln
panena-era, maiis and m.:«o. Arrived at the Oar a' S'23
p in.
Sand> Hook. N .1. April 3, ft:3o ,- m — Wind west mod
erate breeze; raining: thick outaldf; light a*a.
SAII.KL).
Steamers CedriC ..fir.. Liverpool; iVledonia (Dr» fila«-
Kow; 8t Ixmi*. Southampton; Vaderland .Relei Antwen-
Brandenbure (Ger). Rramen: r-atri,i .Ger) llimbure-'
Condor iPr). Valparaiio. etc. via Norfolk; Abvaalnla fGer>
H«mbur vU Philadelphia; Rotenfela <Uer). Aden- Ber
ri'iidlan (Br). riermu.la.; Oceana (Cer». g| T Pcma i'i.n.l
-nr.. WHtnlneton. N C: Pawne*. Philadelphia •' W.eM
(Nor>. Turks Island; J H Devereux. BaJtlmor.- \tflt-. i
• I«r>. Colon; Blblria (G«r). Inarua. Frances Tno?,' M,T
ris; City of savannah. Savannah; Hajnilton VorV,,ii"
Avirora <Nor). Philadelphia; Toronto (Br). Hull- Ha^i '
(Ger». Philadelphia; Zulla, La Guayra; Coair!! San fj,n
El Monte. New Orleans: Kyleakln «Br). Baltimore .^
Tauiplco; Chesapeake. Baltimore; Gallla \ft) Marßeii".,
CVlabria (Br), Marseilles; Cherokee. Turk. Man* p"t^
im<ler. Guanlca; Haiatoaa. Havana; Camoens «Belc> MiJ^
Chester; Comanche. Jacksonville; CaJlfornlan. Puerto
Mexioa: Thorsa ■ (Nor>. Manzanlllo; Jamestown Norfolk-
Concho. Galveston; Crctlc U*r). Naples: Xl Dla, Galveston.'
STEAMERS AT FOREIGN PORTS.
ARRIVED. '
Manchester. April 2- -Calderon iß«lg> New Tork
Marseilles. April I— Provlncla <Fr), New York
Xar!c«, Ajrtl 2— Victorious ißr). New Totk via Bilbao
Stem Brothers
Later Importations of
MiMiinery for Easter
ARE NOW BEING DISPLAYED, ALSO A CHOICE SELECTION 0?
New Models
From Their Own Workrooms
(SECOND FLOOR)
i
Cloak Department
EXCEPTIONALLY LARGE ASSORTMENTS OP
Imported Wraps, Coats and Paletots
ALSO A COMPLETE LINE OF
DOMESTIC GARMENTS IN THE MOST DESIRABLE FABRTCS. '
Special for Honday
Automobile and Steamer Coats.
of Blue Serge, lined with silk; at $25.00, 30.00, 35.00
Embroidered Xet Coats, " 20.00,28.00,35.00
Broadcloth Top Coats, Embroidered. *t 20.00
To-morrow, a collection of Women's
Ready-made Suits and Dresses
At these Unusually Low Prices
Three Piece Walking Suits,
of Rajah Silk, Actual Value 555.00, at 542,50
of English Serge, " " 40.00, " 29.50
Two Piece Walking Suits, __
of Diagonal Serge, Actual Value $40.00. ats27»so
One Piece Dresse?
of Satin de Chine, Actual Value $70.00. at^54,00
of Rough Pongee, " " 48.00." 37,50
of Taffeta Silk. " " 30.00." 21,50
of Foulard Silk. " " 27.30." 18.50
A Special Purchase of
Boys' Washable Suits
Russian and Sailor Styles, of Imported Galateas. in narr,
cadet and red stripes. Russian Suits have
Sailor or Military Collars.
Regular Value *4..">0 m\ 2.95
Misses* and Small Women's Tailored Suits
Exceptional Values for Monday
Two Piece Models. o( nnr mannish Worsted Materials. $27 50
Thirty-six inch Coat, pcau de cygne linrd. V alae $35.00. £* I •<f\J
Junior Tailored Suits
Three Piece Empire Model.
of navy. rose. tan. old blue and reseda Solcil Clorh. Double- S^) A
breasted Model, trimmed with jet bott< Vilue 532 50. *,\J9\J\J
Girls' Coats and Dresses
Reefers, of fancy Worsteds. Stri ■ and M«rores inlaid $,A Sf\
silk collars, taffeta silk lining, « to 14 •--. Valu* }\2 50. v »'-'
Washable Dresses, Dutch Neck Model.
of blue: ran. rose, white and pink Repp. . "^ *7^
with Bengaline Silk Ties, 6 to 14 yrs, Value 56r9. *J»J\J
Children's Coats, of navy, red and endet Cheviot,
detachable scalloped edge Pique collar* and cuff?. ■? O^
Double-breaste-d. pearl buttons. J to 6 yr^. Valu- '" 75. %J»S\J
Lace Curtains and Bed Sets
For summer Furnishings at Less Than Cost
Renaissance Curtains. Fair $ 6,50, 8.50, 19.79
Marie Antoinette Curtains. " 8.30, 11,75,
Lacet Arabe Curtains. " 32.50.15.00, 19.75
Ruffled I. ace Bed Sets. Set $4.75
Brlc-a-Brac and Art Objects
CONSISTING OF BRONZES. CLOCKS. CLOCK SETS. ELECTRO
LIERS, MARBLES. SEVRES AND DRESDEN VASES. IVORIES,
DUTCH SILVER AND ODD PIECES OF IMPORTED FURNITURE.
UNUSUALLY CHOICE ARTICLES VVILJ BE OFFERED AT EVEN
GREATER REDUCTIONS THAN HERETOFORE, MANY BEING
50% B^low Former Prices
Also a cHoice collection of
AUSTRIAN CHINA FIGURES,
GROUPS, I'.Ti . Rich Gold Finish. 5 2.95, 3.95, 5.95
in Ivnry anH Rich Cold Fraisb. t *S.VD, d.YD
Real Values from $ 6.00 to 12.00
(THIRD FLOOR)
I
Oriental Carpets
At Liberal Reductions from Former Prices
A NUMBER OF LIGHT TURKISH CARPETS,
SUITABLE FOR COUNTRY HOMES.
at $74.00, 96.00, 336.00 to 175.00
Formerly $95.00, 110.00 to 265.00
200 Oriental Rugs,
in various weaves Ci -a i< pa •*) ApA
and desirable colorings. J 0.50 to 24.DV
ALSO A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
AMERICAN MADE RUGS AND SUMMER FLOOR COVERING?
VERY MODERATELY PRICED.
West Twenty-third Street
Kobe"* April 2— Indramayo (Br). New Tork via Algiers.
Wobt April 2— Indramayo iBrK New Tork via Algiers.
Aden. Singapore, etc. / ,«,'.'•'-. _ ,
Bermuda April 3— Prince George (Br), New Tork.
Trieste. March 29 — Lodovlca lAust), New Orleans and
Norfolk via C"adiz.
Tarragona. March 31— Cludad de Revs (Span). New *>rk.
Port Said. April — Koranna <Br), New York for Slnga
' pore. Hong Kong. etc.
SAILED.
Boulogce. April 3— Rotterdam <Ilutch) ifrom Rotterdam).
New York.
Liverpool. April B—Bohemian8 — Bohemian (Br), Boston.
London, April 3— Brela Huel (hr>. New York; mutnbian
<Br). Hoston: Mtnnchaha tltr). New York.
C,la«gnw, April 3-Columbla (Isr). New Tork via Movllle.
Antwerp. Apri* S — Kroonland i f'.elg). New York. ..»;•.:
Bremen, A^rtl 3. 2 p m CDclsenau (OW), N«w Tork.
Havre. April 3. 9 a m— L* Provence tP"r>. New Tart- =£%
Southampton. A*fH 3 — St Paul. New Tork vta CtM'JO^i
(and pawl Hurst Castle. 35 p m). *W
Swansea. April 2— lrish Monarch {Br>. N«w Tor*, _J^§|
"•alrutta, April 2— Knr..ngm <Br). Boston and N'»« r '"r '.
Rotterdam. April 3— Rotterdam (Dutch). New To** ~1
Boulogne.
Isermuda. April 3. l«:3O h m — Trinidad fßr). . *^
i York; 4 pm. Prince> (ieorge 'Bn New Tor*. ■:'%*
! Coronel. April I—Afshanl.itan1 — Afshanl.itan »Br>. New Tork. ■ ***
■ I'alermo. March 2t>— Columbia tAust; fro<n Tra»i J
New Tork.
PASSED. _.
• St Michaels. April Z—(lanZ — (lan Maclrer > Br>. from >* : M
cutta for Boston anj New Tork. ■»«*"!
. Kra-.\l- Point. April — Scharnhorat <Ger). N»» ■* j£:
I |.>r Bremen. nil
I Gibraltar. A^rtl 2— Martha Uasnlngion <AB*«). fT^!
\ork for Naples, etc -

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