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D?a: Appoints Ambassador to
Washington His Minister of
Foreign Relations.
TAFT PLEASED BY SELECTION
He and Secretan* Knox Con
frrfttvlaVttI ?M New Minister.
Who Will D-part for
Mexico City To-dav.
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ARRESTS DROP 29 PER CENT
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A rnCtM. A?, n. of n,w Spring Su,,? for Women ?nd Mk?M> 20.00
.dsptcd tor present wear Superior tailored. V.lue $35. ? ?-w.v
ROSENBAUM & CO.
10 and 12 West 23rd Street
SPRING COATS
Distinctive Styles at Attractive Prices
Fmdl SaW Coats in navy and black. , 1 O 7C 1?7CJ
? Jla- (u\\ lergth ; fancv aa-lor lO.lD IO.IO
?l?jr* mixture?. ?"? ,c'* (
collar.
(rat, for general wear, English Tweeds j ? ? o-- qq
d'ea^art models, custom tailored ?U.UU ?D.UU
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56* 566 ?so 568 ?'\{th?vCtlltt.**^ *6? ano 47T? SIS
OFFER TO-MORROW' MONDAY
Values in Women s Outer AApparel
which establish as FACT, rather than fancy, our
policy of offering exclusive, advanced Fashions
at sensible prices.
Custom-tailored Suits ok line ?erg??, ?oft-finish was*
itrd?. smart manner? wefltedl ar.d newe?t suitings, id
fasivonable Spnng *hade. at $50
Demi-tailored Sutb^EEtxtiat adaptations of -xciusive
new foreifgn mode!?, these 5frih of beautiful imported ma?
teria'* poises? ali th?- ?c?urer of the: be?t ciAfom-made
garments? at $65, $75 to $265
Service Coats for motorm;-, ?ravelW*. str-im^r and g?r?
erai wear, in a variety of rich material*:? at $45
Dresses m many charming n??w Spnng effects?
O' ?fgn*pgffttg and voile, dggrbljr hind ?rp'ro'dCTed- l?1 $4j
O: tmpcr cd m\ rWard? of $3 5. $45 and $55
Of fleur de ash, the neu Frendri iifc? at $65
Of rJufe?, ? small ?-gured nietJSr- at $50, $6i and $85
Tadored One-piece Dresses ?a effective atm ityles.
O? qgggtriori ?at.tn*. Frcadl "?rg?, rai ng*? an?:! rich carrhtne.e de
fsw- at $42, $58, $65, $75 h $115
Gowns in the newest ^uthontatr?e Ptr? itylei?
Or ch'ff^n. ***ishmer? *j? rsgtjfs, charmcu*?** gad mjstigji "tl-is ?
a/ $75 and ttpW?f?t
ff raps in d'stmct.v?** effect*.?
Of mo?r**. cHr-ti-'js*?. 'aff-tj g1.*?:-*. CtUDOII j.ni nun?
at $55 emd aastof?*
} land-made Blouses of uafqunetie, roilg ?.nd haw?. ?
roll?.i**s? Of high-ner'< jtv!-*-*,? han-J-i-mhrocJered ?g white. Buiaa*
nar. and ?Gr'iaar -*tf-*<-t? at $1 5 00 J?J
Over'Blouses ^ ??tisi 'a whin or gsaJbroidlgftd m toion ?
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Imported Over-Blouse* a\ ?tt m?-h n ibt fahiettbie -??*?
h-a-Jed etfects--whi? **. h'*tck and na*^ ? at $22
Smart Tailored Hauts ti Ira?? a.' -J5 to $12
Tailored Silk if a/.s/.*: ? nth loa mrJ ^ic^-ncrk tn-l?*??
-?-. i?, or fg-4?oggbie rilada ni $11 to $/j
Millinery of Advanced Paris Origin
Author.tai"-" atpet fron practically every Pan?ian
mediste ?-?f no'*- a?'*? displtyed in the Iunuhou' Salon -in
th" fourth floor, where abo mat be 'ound char mm;
adaptation* nf Inte foreign ?/(//?*.v
1 he Correct Mourning, mum***?! Frenelt and EatkA
Mevrrne TsOtttS. BoKtltis sa? trOUtt? Hsfs Kao VtffA
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FUR STORAGE
Dn Cold Air
IMPROVED METHOD.
C. G. Guniher's Sons
Established I8?O.
Attention Is directed lo out iinus-*
uul Facilities lor storing Furs ?iti'l lur
lined Garments*. Kug*, Robe?, etc?? against1
ios- or damage bj Hotb* I ir< or Then.
Furs stored ;it ? moderate charge,
iln? Vault Is open ai all linn'** to the
Inspection oi ?? Isitors
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5? AVENUE. 34? AND 35? STREETS. NET YORK
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A SALE OF IMPORTED BLACK DRESS SATINS
WILL BE HELD TO-MORROW (MONDAY),
AS FOLLOWS:
4 3 INCHES WIDE . . PER yard. $3.60
USUALLY $5 M ?-? 6.00 PER YARD
43 INCHES WIDE ? . per yard, $2.90
?USUALLY $4 50 & '00 PER YARD
^5 INCHES WIDE ... per yard. $1.83
USUALLY $3 00 6i ISO PER YARD
THERE ARE ALSO IN STOCK AT MODERATE
PRICES. DOUBLE-FACED BLACK SATINS. WOOL,
BACK SATINS. SKEIN-DYED SATIN DUCHESSE. SAUN
FEUTRE. LIBERTY' SATIN AND MESSALJNE. NOW
BEING EXTENSIVELY USED IN PARIS.
NEW STYLES IN WOMEN'S COATS ?c WRAPS
F~XCLUStVE PRODUCTION.? ARE SHOWN IN FOREIGN AND
DOMESTIC OUTERCARMENTS FOR THEATRE. RECEPTION
AFTERNOON. MOTOR AND ST?REET WEAR, THE LATE?ST
FABRIC?? |RE USED. AMONG THEM SATIN, MOIRES
BROCADES. BEADED CHIFFONS. CREPE METEOR. DOUBLE
FACED SATINS. VOILES, MARQUISETTES ETAMINE POPLIN
AND DOUBLE-F ?CED VICUNAS.
TAILOR-MADE SUITS AND DRESSES FOR SPRING
INCLUDE PARIS MODELS. THE LATEST
MATERIALS BEING EMPLOYED
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A DEPARTMENT DEVOTED TO MOURNING GOODS
HAS BEEN OPENED ON THE THIRD FLOOR.
CONTAINIISC DRESSES. -'ITS SEPARATE SKIRTS WAISTS
HATS BONNETS, veil- ?VND GENERAI ACCESSORIES FOP
MOURNING U5?. ANY REQUIRED UTERATIONS MILL K
M\DF \T SHORT NOTICE ??AND MODERATE <~OST. COMPLETE
MOURNING OU I Fin CAN RE ?FURNISHED FOR WOMEN
\\n CHU DRF\
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SPECIAL SALE OF ROBE-5
LACE DEPARTMENT)
an additional LOT OF 100 BEADED ROBES IN COLORS
(UNMADE) IMPORTED TO SELL AT l-ROM $4*00 TO $6?0fl
WILL BE OFFERED ON MONDA\ \T $25.00 EACH
?-LSO ?on WHITE VOILE ROBES (UNMADE, WITH HAND.
\PPL!ED BEADED BORDER?.
ii RETOFORE $2000 . . . xr $12.75 EACH
?MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S SPRING GARMENTS
ESPECIAL ATTENTION HAS BEES GIVEN TO THF. SELECTION
OF MISSES' \ND JUNIORS' MODELS OF TAILOR-MADE SUITS
IN LUE NEWEST MIXTURES SERGES AND FANCY WEAVES.
VLSO DRESSES OF FOULARD. MARQUISETTE, EMBROIDERED
COTTON VOILE. LINGERIE MATERIALS AND LINEN. A.ND
COATS OF VARIOUS FABRICS FOR MOTORING DRESS AND
?GENERAL WEAR ALL AT MODERATE PRICES
CHILDREN'S ?REEFERS OF SHEPHERD'S CHECKS SFRGF AND
MIXTURES AND LONGER COATS FOR EARLY SPRING M'E-AR
CHILDREN'S DRESSES or VOILE AND CHALLB AND AN
EXCEPTIONAL! Y DESIRABLE ?"lOCk OF WHITE .VND COLORED
WASHABLE DRESSES IN 4 TO 14 YEAR OLD SIZES
BOYS' CLOTHING AND GENERAL FURNISHINGS
L.PEC1AL MTENTION IS DIRECTED TO ?THt FOLLOWING
OFFERED IN THE REGULAR STOCK
BOYS' NAVi BLUE SERGE SLITS ?8.50. 12.30 & 16.30
BOYS' SLITS WITH EXTRA PAIR OF KNICKERBOCkERS, '
$6.75. 7.50. 8 50, 10.00. 12."0 A 15 50
B >YS* NAVY BLUE SERGE REEFERS $5.50. 7.50. 8 50 ? 1 ! 00
WOMEN'S SUMMER DRESSES
Of MLSLIN. LINEN. ETC
FASHIONABLE MODELS FOR SPRING and SUMMER ARF
MADE OF LINGER!! FABRICS, PI UN AND EMBROIDERED
VOILE, PLAIN AND TANCA MARQUISETTE EMBROIDERED
NETS AND PI .UMETIS
MODERATELY -PRICED MORNING FROCKS OF ZEPHYR
GINGHAM. DIMITY, LAWN. BATISTE \nd LINEN
TMLOR-MNDF SUITS Of ?RAMIE LINEN SHANTUNG FRENCH
\ND WSTRIAN LINEN PIOLF ?CRASH H0PSA3UNG \ND
OXFORD MMFRiv.r m\n> h STYLES -\DAPTED FOR
,W \R \I OUI D? N 'R SPORTS

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