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?WOULD PRESERVE AND !
BEAUTIFY Fin? AVENUE
McAneny Commission Suggests
150 Feet as Height Limit for
Buildings with Mansards.
LEGISLATION IS NEEDED
prohibition of Sweatshops. New
Design for Madison Square,
Abolition of Privato Cab?
? ??-?tesion appoints by Borough
k^.iiie'i* ^ .V'i'r.i te sUCC?
!,?.. y\ti'- :ivi?tii;i fron.ir,, b't? rammer
???^jjrati"' - sported th. t it \g aln
??l l?.. without ).rr?Uibi'rir\ expense, to
? ? ? equal in
1) of the <_r.-:it avenues It:
Em opean ? Itlei. bul that
r the forelock the i ithorl
. , ? present
Tti' r- '? ?' '? "
C0MPAR1S( >N ( ?1 \\\ "1I_ll
One Id? pf ?aMy (hf. rr,mmiBsion woul<?
Piece ut tht Intersection of Broadway and
' ?'th ..venu*, at 23d ntr_, t ; two others at
4_d stroet, ons on each side of the cross
rrtroot, sad others at 43d and 44th street?.
The establishment of cnb stands in conn-r
tlon with the*. l_les of safety will atite
tho preseni vehlenlnr oonneetlea in the
avenue, tin rnmmlssItw think?, hy segre?
gating th? em. t\ boras cabs which now
wi.nilfr up ?,?j Oown, seeking oe.npants,
and will help t.. ,]<, away with ths system
wherel s/ners of taxlcabe par hotel ?pro?
' ? tin iTivih-gi. of oeeupylng ? a
Is ?it-,-I which, In part. Is th* tau-?'
or at least furnishes th* excuse, for the
wholly Indefensible rates of f?r<- BOW
?. .1 ??
f>n this last polnl ti,.- r. port ?
"To say that ., a mil*-for It amounts
substantial!; ??> t :. i ? h a f "?? taxleab rate
fur Ken York, while th? r;?t<- f?.r thi me
t' roue., Inaiunu. I ? ? ... ._inai
? . . : . ? . .-..'- i
I.?- mi- expensive tlieri ??? t
"It - .t tl r pr?s
.. ? uld i appri rli hi- " dui e t by
the est cab stand .
th ex|? rit.i? . . I" -'?? ? ? t -
. ?. '?'I
???- ?? ?. ??^ if!o t
? low ? ? , rnlslie? free
11.1' \- 1-I1-th vvicxri*:.
,. , Sh.i
ne. , ... r-ed by t he
. buildings m the avenue, and within
g certain distance of the avenue In the side
. t?-> i ".?i feet, with cornices only 126
feet fiTTi the curb, permitting the last two
,-_.-?<. to he built in the roof In the style
on this point th* report says
F,;marily. Fifth avenue should, h> a
- ? tlon of the height of abutting build?
ings he prevent'-d from becoming a kind of
canyon. . . . The maximum height
buildings whii'h we edvise to I ?
sdmtt of successful : build
r?mun?r?t! et nd plao
? e two upper stories ? woul
rtMl secun -
i * i ? i reasoi int of sunl -
TThMe this maj sei
?estrlctlon of height, yet In vies of the
lion as it ?exists II li regarded as s
: ? se be?
tween what would in- absolutely desirable
?rid what relatively seams fan i nd judli loua
fer the interests of Um property owners
This limitation of the height r,f
I should, if possible, ultimatel) be fol?
lowed by some requirement of uniformity
In Um skyline and peiha?is fa
To Avoid "a Cheaper Broadway."
The roinmlsslfUi. which i?. compos*
Arnold W. Brunner. chairman. Joseph 8.
Uiifrbach, Edward Holbrook, Georg? F.
kim/ Kelson P. Ix-v is. fjeorst T. Mo-tl
t ? nd Robert (?ricr Cooks, seen tary, bneei
.1! its recommendations on the broad
I? ?? i of business expediency, pointing out
that any deterioration of lbs avenue Into
"soother sad a cheaper Broadway" win
? a decided loss to the city in the bs
??> valu* of abutting property ?>nd to
the present property owners in the rental
? - of their premises it Is la tins spirit
? si the report tsckles tin problem pre
. > the flooding "f lower Fifth avenue
? i nfnn hr>ur wi'h fnctorj hands from
?djai-ent loft building?.
This is one of the abuses which the eom
- . ?lor thinks should be abated Immediate?
ly, between 23d and 14th streets It recom?
imenrts that the truffle policemen stationed
s area make determined efforts to
the sidewalk, unimpeded for pedes?
trtanism. there.y discouraging the loitering
tolerated at the prssont time. 11 further
? out that the local authorities have
???? no* ai,d should limit light nian
ture to buildings not more than six or
- ? stories Is bel|
ling lira amply demonstrated the dan?
ger of using high building.?- as factories.
Bueh a restriction would drive the rnanvi
rers of clothing to other sections of
th?- city, the report ssys, where the rental
value of land permit, thi sful ex?
I e '?tlon of lower bolkMi ?
I But the report goes ' In con?
nection with the proposed legislation saa?
|l'hng the Boar? of Estimate tu limit the
?height of buildings along the avenue It
-? eoonsanls that the board pass a resolu
"on that "no sweatshop, manufactory of
lOOia or wearing SPPSrel and DO
slaughter house | rtnoss i I airead) In?
?*_ll.d and now being i-ondu'ted along the
,..?d streets and avenues (Including Fifth
avenuei ? r j,,. distances mentioned, shall
Ss removed to or hsstsllsd or conducted in
any building oil said streets and avenues,
opposite Central Park or abutting on Fifth
avenue, from Control Park to Washing**!*****1
"While the van.; " of such leg dation."
k* commission observes, "onnnot i?< said
0 he wholly fre* frorn doubt. nsvortbslSSI
jthe later decisions of the courts in other
llurisdictlons?where even more radical
MM have been taken, not alone In restri- t
M the height and character of buildings,
kut ir segregsttag business woo reeideni ?
?sections- have led II to conclude that it
?otiw it nphsbl "
Suggests Other Imprcvaments.
No new legislation will be needed for the
ether recommendations submitted by the
?twnmlsslor.. which Include the further
*idtnlr.g of the avenue between 23d and
'?th streets, where. It says, there are few
?ncroachments on the building line; the
.Wanting of treea on both sides of the street
jt? front of the Public Ubrary and the
/"ethedral and on the east side of the ave
\*m> the entire length of Central Park; the
Ndmlgatng of Madison Square and tne re
???rangement of the liaza, more effective
Ml artistic street lamps, and the estsb
! shment of tales of safety and cab stands.
Answers in the
No. 25?Jack the Giant-Killer.
No. 26?The Forge in the Forest.
No. 27?Mother Goose's Melodies.
No. 28?Vanity Fair.
No. 29?The Descent of Man.
No. 30?The Money Moon.
Watch To-Morrow. Tribune for Correct Answers to the
Next Three Series.
o?zco ?IS IAS
FOR LOOTING IN WE
Mexican Rebel General Accused
by His Chief of Robbing
HIS TROOPS DIVIDED UP
Two Hundred Disarmed. Their
Loyalty Being Suspected?
500 Sent to Reinforce
Cumpa at Escal?n.
.1 . hihuahua, Me*-l?**o, M.?r?-.i 21 ---General
al . I'oja?, "f the revolution?r*- for?a*1,
**rvaa placed under arreel lo-day bj Qeiieral
I*aac**a1 Orc-aco tho ??ommander in <-iii#?f.
and Iwo hrjudred ol Flojas'? ni?*n w?rc ?is?
? i v. ? i, to in- n ?
: ioyu.it j ,- mu .(-j---1 i? .t.. , :. Ti.. r*??ni i
? ? en of th?? H
win -> i : pout h m reinforce ? ?? ? ?
?'? lu n. ?mentar*
- . ..
I '.?i.,? i ? ?ho ?'Ii?*! I . ?
- - ...-?, lot t?-d 1li*(
n. Hank of
i? * . ?.? i. ,<' >i hin lo hla
i . nd i;??ia. v aa ordered
and ?o < 'hihuahua. II? noon
?turned to Juarez, but ??ti Thursday sgs tx
? ?-? h ' ; ?? ". i? . hihuahua.
II I? ?a I. lil- .il'l. st ??.;?? du? to
ordination in declining t?> obey Ora?
Two rnei engen from OJInoga *??
her* today **n?t iiifcin.-?! Oroieo that 3oe*
.i. in Crus Banehes, rammandlng Iwo hun?
dred federals ?t Ojiaaga, hn?i decided to
>;i~t hie fortun? ?jvlih tli-* r??v,?lii? i..
I-lght skirnii-bin?-* marked th?* ?la? .' I
front |-ietW<**en the outposts ??f tt>?* opposlt '
et In the neighborhood of Oeballoe,
which la about twenty mita* somii ol Un
inatirr cto main foret al Bocalon
Reporta frotn Qerteral halagar lo Oroa ?.
itii.k'- no mention ol rebel l.^-^s. ?,- report?
? le la } . \ l ??-. ? -
? y. svei ?? '? old day i
l>a;?i ti t. I ?--.,? ? . ?...?
? ? .---r? M
peral ; g ab ut
; or evei
part of M . ?
; by a; d ?. i d. ai
.? treatment, but
I that the entlri
1 itM alz? Itlon, ac< ording to t..- re?
port, at f the foi mal s- hool
of la- while
ami le of thi The Fierra
I gut moiriTnenT niore.-The conn ml Mrs
: say, deserves .
As 1 ?- traffic lines are ...
.:?:? . is or coin
11> i- abaenc. ? ? i Idi t Iki ai ?i the s ai ??
.-.i life ..i ?? :?i" a. ?? in dangei
It should be rean . . and
report s - ,, .
for ?i rabetal d prot : ? I
To: ? ue. a bo vi " ? treel I
"When we have spoken ol ? existlns
? ol I"Ifth s k'enue," It ssyi
i.,ive bed In mind Plftl a?,enu* '?? i m
strf.-t for i.i'??v< Kith street It II In mai !
v. it -?..?;.? prominent i ir?s< is o
"The sidewalk on tie weal next t.i Cen?
tral Park. is. even ai present, sttrs
of Hini, bul it
Id be r< lai?i am | rmani k-?;.:
"If trees be planted on the east . ?-.. ???
the av< ?? ???-' bo I.-v;.r-i aould b thi
'. fur t; er? ?v till long sir- ? h ??'
street from f_*tl to llOth street, -with Cen?
tral ! -' " and har?ds??m*i re. I
on ' ? e ?.; bei. n ould be v. rj ht hum
f l. with s monument naturally suggesting
Itself .?t 1 -th ?treet. ftttingl) to close *'??
vists. And. us | sted, the iransitlo
frfrn lower : enue to 'he ttr?per part
and tu the park should be emphasised by
Ireal men! of the Ptsss "
GETS ONE CENT IN DAMAGES
Man Freed by Grand Jurv Sues Com?
plainant in Case Against Him.
Judgment In fsvor of Alfred W. luickett
for or' cent vu- entered In tbe Supremo
? ??? Duckett Immediately got
out an execution to colls I the ?"it from
Charles r Hofferberth, sgalnst whom the
Judgment was rendered in Justlos Gave?
gat's pari of tin court, on -"ebrusry tn, by
The formal order s sa Oled ? ? I
Hofferberth < all. erl th? lirresl of Pllckett
In May. UI09. bj sppearing before Magls
trab rinn end asking that a warrant be
?. charging him with stealing $1 MO
from the complainant Hofferberth ?I"1
|appeared before the grand ,1>iry In June an?!
Duckett of having stolen the'
n.i'T?' Tht grand Jurj *i smissed the
Duckett then brought suit to recover
115,000 m- damages for loss of Un_
humi; he resull of the charges.
MOVING riCTURE FIGHT KEEN
One Firm Invokes Assistance of Post
Washington, i\iar?-h B.?Competition
among the moving picture film companies
has become in keen that different con?
cerns handling foreign productions are In?
voking every preoSOtloa guaranteed them
by the copy right laws to [?r?vent other
companies from Imp?.rung the srtnir or
Kimllar pictures, une tirni has Informed
th- Beoond Assistant 1'ostnuister General
that it was sending to Washington for
copyright s three-roll f'-.ture film made m
Patt* Which It intended to exhibit In the
United States at an early date.
"We hive information that attempts will
be made to Import piratkal copie? of this
film," the firm said, "and we would re
sp' ?fully request that >ou notify all cus?
toms ports to prevent such Importation
through the mall."
. . oY Mexico l'Ut at
? ar.mmon t>. such reporta
?tat?. however, th
erny'i ?? ?? - f.,v nutnumbt i b
If tu?? report that OJtnaga non Ii a r?\
the rebela are In ? ontrol
the en tin - ihus from en
to ?-?. at and fron t .- nortl to the si ?? ? ?
MEXICAN RE?ELS ROUTE!
Retire to North After Sha**
Fighting in Chihuahua.
Ileaieo City, March M.?Be ports lia*,
eei received i>re to-day of tho roul of
? . : rebels near Escalen, forty-flve mil,
southeast ol Jlmlnea, In lito Hi ate o?- <*h
iiia. yesterday. Eighteen dead r-b*
?i. have been found o: 11.** fiel
fed? ral ti . i y thrtt n ?
Tii?- r'bfl- numbered BO undei the con
: of General Ines Balaaar ai.-i Oenert
' i.in:: , Tiie federal advance g .ar
was attacked -> mounted rebels The fea
??ral Infantry, under comma n?l uf I'
art Cblonel Galvin. with cavalry and ai
tlllery, soon afterward took the offeusi.e
Fighting 's said to have besa eery ahar
an?i to have lasted two bourn Ths rabel
r?"tir?-'i to the north, burning i c bridg?
and cropi aa the) went
Mexico <'itv. March '.' ?Strict ceneorahJ
of news ragardlni the battit near Bacaiot
midway between Chihuahua and Torreoi
yeaterday left ths result In doubt to-nlghl
Pederal oflciab reiterated th? atorj of i
government victory, bul from no ?
were detalla obtalnabU.
According to a dispatch from Torre?
over ths censored v.:res. the rebels at
t irked a repair train commanded bj U<
t.'narit Colon?! Mer ado. A battalion ??
infantry and a company of sappers ?-am.
to tii? r?-s. i? at,?! stood <?ff tiie. r? u s fo
an hour, until reinforcements from th?
command of General Teiiez arrived. Th?
reinforcements ver? a mix?*?! for?? of <~av
airy. Infantry nixl artillery, ?ou-mand?'
jointly by ?General Blanquee Um li*r_ <>
M?.t? ios. an?! ?General Teilen.
Th?- rebel- were eai<1 to have ?.tubt>ornl>
r'-siMt'-'i the aggressive movements of tin
roirili'med forces for two bourn, aim thor
fled northward, leaving *? ik-ht??*-? n dead 01
the Held .ui'i a number of wounded. Latei
Emilio Campa, with s small force, inin...
MOB ATTACKS POLICE
Reserves Fight to Rescue Negro
a dosen policemen tren aaaaulted with
st>.ne?. iinii bricks last nli?ht when they at
tomptrd to net vue William Bmlth. a necro
mission work'-r. living at No. 4'r.1 \\--Ht
n't h street, from a mob In a saloon on
Thirteenth avenue at aotii street, wher? hi
had gone to get chango f?.? a 11" hi!.
a sl?taon year old girl, who ?-aid sho was
Maargsaret Thomas. ?>f Wo? ?_ West xnh
at I set, wnp placed UBder arrest OR a rharR?
of InterferbiK with an ofrWr. .??Ii.- bseam?
byatertcal when taken to the station hous?
l-Viur men who wore arrested des<-rib*-d
themselves as William O'Brien, of No. 49
Jane street, m ho ?a? charged with assault
and robbery' William McDonald, a driver,
of No. 4 "?Vest izth street: BrnOOt Oarrlty.
a driver, of No. 41*. West l?St h street, and
Thomas O'Neill, a driver, of No. 4? West
17th street. McDonald, (?arrlty and O'Neill
.*.er< locked up on ebargas of it'tlng In
concert with O'Brien In Ib?- assault and
robbery of Smith. **
Half an hour later a young man. who
aaid he waa John Owen, of No. *X, "West
30th atreet, was lock?**, up on a chance of
felonious assault. It Is alleged by Ihe po?
ll?-* that Owen struck Bmlth on the hesd
with a billiard cue.
?Smith explained his presence in the sa?
loon by faying he needed change for a $10
meter In hi? apartment. When he dls
metre. In hla apartment. When he dis?
played It one of tht? men snatched It Yrom
DOCTOR'S AUTO KILLS BOY
Mar Weiaelthlr, twelve year? old. of No.
845 East 133th street. The Bronx, vu.?
knocked down by an automobile owned and
driven by Dr. William D. flteen. of No. 303
8t Ann's avenue. The Bronx. Ust night
on 8L Ann's avenue, hear l"?th street, and
dlexJ a short tlm?*? afterward In tho IJncoln
Hospital, where he waa taken bv *>r
A number of bOfS ??ere playing ball In
the atreet, and a? the ma?-hlne rain?* along
young Weiaelthlr. according to the police
ran directly In front fo tt. The doctor ap?
plied the emergency brakes, hut the auto
struck the boy. knocking him down. The
trout wheels y*see*l over bis body.
WCS ?F 55 SAINTS
SAID TO BE MISSING
Case Containing Sacred Relics
Was at Church of St.
John the Martyr.
IDISAPPEARED A YEAR AGO
?Rector Declares He Gave Chest
to Monsignor Lavelle. Who
Denies There Is Any
Truth in Story of Theft.
sto-ie? inne iri circulation t. Romsn
Catholic eirclei thsl ,. cstu contslnlng
some ?-.f the most nered relics in >'hris
ten dorn had been "teilen while in the
i,und- .?f th" cathedral suthortties srsre
I declsred tu i>.- without foundation by
Monstgnor M. .1. Lavelle, rector of St
Patrick's Cnthedral lesi night. Hut just
! ivhal hss become of the relies could ri"t
Le le.irr,- i
The rase, bes i -. " purported lo
i., th-- seal ,,f Cardinal Patrixzi, of Roma
?>f the ture ?of Pope Gregorius XVI, with
ti?, dsti IK42. contained, sccording to
Father John T Pr "it "?? t??r <if the
Church "f St. John the Martyr, a pu-,,.
loi the cross on n*hl li Chrisl n*as
t,.d gnd i onion? of t'1' hon? ol llftj ?
five saint??, including pieces of the bones
Of the twelve Apostles, pieces of the
bongs of St. Stephen, the first Christian
martyr: a piece of _ bone of St. Patrick,
the patron saint of Irclnnd: a piece of
the bone of St. John the Baptist, a piece
of a bone of St- Anthony of Padua, a
I iece of a bone of St. Benedict the Moor,
a ptoes of a betJS of St. John the Evan
treli?:t and pices of bones from the bodies
of St. Ceci'ia and St. Agnes.
What gave rise to the rumor that the
case wae stolen was the fact that it had
bssn missing from the altar of St. John
the Martyr, In Hast 79. street, for more
than a year. Toward the end of Janu?
ary of last year the case containing the
relics was delivere.l to Monsignor La?
velle by Father Prout. following a ques?
tion a? to their gsnuinenssn
since thai time Father Prout has no'
laid eves on the CMS or Its content?.
"Therei is no question that all the h
' ,-r-d roll, s in the case were genuine."
?aid father Proul 'art night 'The oass
?bore the seal of Cardinal I'atr.zzl. an-1
a document, such ss usunlly accompa?
nies ssrred reii'*-?-. benring the signature
of ("ardi?al Patrissl, accompanied them.
Ml these I gave in Monslirnor Lavelle."
Father Prout refused to dlsCUSS the
?acred relics further Monsignor La
! veil- was squallj non-communJcatlve.
land contented himself srlth saying, when
! asked If the case sad Its contenu he !
i been stolen:
"There is no truth IB the ston
Father Prout. it w.-is learned on excel?
lent authority, has tsrtce demanded the
return of the relics, and each time he
'has met with no snecesa His last de?
mand was less than s month ago.
t Many of his parishioners, according to
the same source, have urged him to get
i the relics back Into the church If he had
! to take legal steps to regain them, but
\ this course he refused to follow.
For me.re than eight years the case
containing the r.llos reposed on the main
| altar of the church, and in that time
BOVjntlsss thousands of the faithful had
the relics applied to them for various
i ailments, and many are the reported
? cures aacribed to the applications.
The relics, according to a member of
Father T'rout's parish, were given to the
i pastor almost ten vears ago by a pries*
| In this city, who obtained them from a
little church in Ruine, where they had
remained for nearly three centuries. It
i is ?aid they were collected in the seven?
' teentb I entury by an Italian nobleman.
VICTORY FOR PURE FOOD
Indiana's Right to Bar Benzoate
of Soda's Use Upheld.
Indianapolis, Marrh ft,-The right of the
: State of Indiana to prohibit the sale of
i preserved foodstuffs containing benzoate of
sods to-day was upheld in a report to the
Federal Court of the finding.? of ?tamed
D?mela Master in Chancery, The smote*
. testimony in s suit sgntnst H. k.
Barnard, State Pood Commissioner, and
, the Stilt* Board of Health hy the Williams
Brothers Company, of Detroit, and the
Curtice Brothers rompan?, of Rochester,
Products of these companies were ban-.-,]
? fnun sale in the state by the health au
. thoritles on the ground that they contained
. hu Injurious preservative?bpnzoate of soda,
i The companies sued for n restraining or?
der, setting up that benzoate of soda wa?
: harmless In small amounts,
' The Master in Chancery finds that th?
plaintiffs faded to ria?c their caos again?t i
testimony of expert witnesses Introduced
i b> the state.
BOY BURNED^ JO DEATH
Mother Restrained from Bushing
Into Fire to Rese?e Him.
[ A four-year-old boy ?as burned to death
in Ins BOSBS at Weehawken yesterday,
while his mot lier-was next door visiting
neighbors The lad had evidently been
IPlaying with matches with his two-year-old
?1st . during the absence of the mother,
and the rooms wen- ir. fiamos when neigh
i.ois discovered the tire.
Th? mother rushed Into the room and
? c up the baby, telling the older child
t?. follow her. W'tcn she got to the street
lh< could nut find th.- toy and she started
back in'" the building .'u;aln. hut the noil?'?
and ? remen restrained her. After the dame?
..??I I,, "ti extinguished the body of the lit?
tle ;'. : ? v found burned to death be
tue.-n two mattresses in one of the bed
The boy wa? Richard Reilly. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Reilly, srno live lr. s
tl ree-stori frame house at ?larden and l*th
?ti ?-, ta, vs e. Iiawken
RAILROADS TO SPEND MILLIONS
Topeka, Kan , March _..?Announcement
was mode 1?re to-day that the Atchlson,
Topeka _ S.ints l-> Railway has appro
priated IR7M.WI Por improvements this
year, The budget includes $l,<w.O0i*> tor
Colorado fermb als. IJ.O?>.iS0 for double
tracking or const lines, t&MO.ttt for equip?
ment and tSOO.SM for office buildings at
Minneapolis. Msreh il.?Following the re?
cent announ ement that the r'lui-ago, Mil?
waukee ft St l'uni Railway purposed to
spend $..,00b.nn_ In improvement? on tts lines
In the Northwest, especially lr> lows and
Minnesota a *'as announc?ed here to-day
that the road practically had arranged to
h il?! ;i ne? lltic from Butte, Mont., into
ranada. It Is said that part of the pro?
posed route has been surveyed and that It
will pa?? throuch Hie FUthead Valley and
1 Into Alberta
The Oriental Store
Attractive Price Concessions on Oriental Rugs
Which Were Already Very Low Priced
We are clearing out our great stock of carefully chosen medium
priced Vantine Oriental rugs at compelling reductions which
should not be confused with reductions ordinarily advertised.
These rugs have long been a feature of the Vantine store?rugs of standard Persian and
Turkish weaves; slowly collected because of their individual merit, and then offered at the
lowest market price for rugs not so carefully chosen. Nothing richer or more appropriate
could be selected for your Summer home. There are simply too many of them on hand at the
present moment?which gives you an exceedingly rare rug opportunity.
The Sale Begins To-morrow?Early Selections Are Best
Reduced from $40 /.rid $45
too Drawing Room and Fo>er
Rugs, averaging about 4.5 by 7 feet,
selected Mossouls. Kazaks and
Kurdistans; choicest colors and all
in good condition.
Reduced from $35 to $22.50
100 Choice Khivas, Mossouls,
Shirvans, Bokharas, Guenjes and
Daghestans_a very unusual as?
sortment from 3'. by 6 feet to
4 by 7 feet; for halls, dens or living
Reduced from $25 and $28 to $15.50
75 handsome Kurdistans, Mos?
souls and Kazaks, averaging about
3.9 by 7 feet?probably the best rug
values seen in New York this sea?
son, at their original prices. All
harmonious, soft colors.
Elbcrt Hubbard Say* :
"As for rug values, Vsntin**'*1 barns
them, and no rug can be boupht from
?nr dealer st a lesa figure thar, a
??Miniar thing can be purchaaed for at
Vantine's ; and the probabilities are
that Vantine'a price?" are very much
lower, quality considered. If you
buy at Vantine s you w,ll be proud to
Reduced from $15 and
_?-*-*? carefully selected Shsrvana,
I'-. ..rs'.-i?. and Beloochi.star.r,,
?'?!! woven and in true color?
ings. Average 3'? by 5 feet.
Larger Rugs at Great Reduction?
Rich Khiva Rugs, 7 by 9 feet, reduced from $75 snd $85 to $5?*.
Persian Mahals, 8 by 11 and 9 by r.. reduced from $135 to ?73.
Persian Meaheds, 13 by 19 feet, reduced from $250 to $150.
Persian Gorevans, about 9 by ta, reduced from $175 and $-?-*o
Srvrl for the 1 mit-tir Hug Bool?VUU ihr I tintine Paiarr of Ttur>.t while attending thtt Sole
<%*- AAVAMT1NE6 CO
Philatjelph i Broadway and Eighteenth Street
iFRANKO'S ORCHESTRA. MLLE CANTARELLI. RESTAURANT. DAILY
f?. S3 cVcatl _&*&*
Gloves for Easter
Y?*>i -".Il1 *ee thru rieht at ?In-. l>?-i_iit
Ka-ti?! outflttta** lesson ire ere
un!? rpri-'lnt the most popular m ?ri
fas lonable glove of the .la.?.- tin?*, im?
port-." ahite tria?*.- ktrt stove? l?t?but
ton lenpti: mousqueialr? ci ?*j* c
tSIXT/i?AVE. I9r TO20?STREET. ** NEW YORK
Again It Is Our Good Fortum to Surprise the Women of New York City und Environ*
with a M"*' lextritoriliiitiry Ru reliase and Sale of High-Clash Imported Wearing Apparel
Bought from Bendit Fr?res
132 Faubourg Saint-Denis, Pe_ris
Their Entire Spring Season Importations
ol? Less Tha.n Auction Sale Prices
Tiiis rcmarkabli purchase consists of Paris mail? Gowns, Costumes, haud-niodf
French Blouses, French Lingerie,Negligees, Real La>%e Tunics. Real Lace Rohrs, Real
face i oafs. Real Lace Collars and ?Sets "//?/ Infants' hundem?de Coats ami Dresses.
WE certainly have .? mosl interesting value-giving stor? t.? telllQENDIT FRERES derided to establish a New York hon
you about high class importations at the lowest prices N'cw ! L' with thai end in view they forwarded to this country
**, ? ?rk liai- ever knov n.
ENDIT FRERES decided to establish a New York house, and
flirt*? line of their merchandise together with ;i -took that would
, enable their, to till orders.
fust imagine yourself in one of the finest speeialt* shops in Pans r.ef.ire final arrangements were made burliness exigenciei com
and privileged to select anything* you desire at almost hah" price and IH.||(.,-? them to forego their prospect, and they cabled their New York
bring it to America without ?paying any duty. Representative to -ell the entire stock at just what it would bring in
That's the story abridged to a concrete fact, because this occa?
sion gives you this season's importations at about halt 1'aris prices.
a ??nick sale.
Bendit Fr?res' agent came to us because lus attention had been
,iitracted by the ^reat succ?s*- of our sale of Margaret Murtha's im- |
Behind all unusual trade transaction? that enable a -.tore to portations. lie realized that we had a quick outlet for high cla-s
present exclusive neu importations at about halt price, there is aIimportations, and arrangements were made for us to take over the
\alid reason. I entire stock on a basis that would enable us to hold this sale.
Imported to ?ell at $45.00 to $300.00
?t $25.00 to $149.50
T ."* .*>?*?? on?1 Floor
Imported to sell at $6.00 to $7.S.OO
at $2.98 to $37.50
Exquisite creations of Real Irish. Duchesse
nnd Point Lace Collar?-, Chemisettes and Berth.is.
Imported to ?ell at $2.00 to $75.00
at 98c to $45.00
Real Lace French
Blouses and Coats
r "**M_it-> Floor.
Imported to ?ell at $25.00 to $175.00
?* $12.50 ?o $114.00
Imported to sell at $1.95 to $75.00
at 95c to $39.95
Garments for Infants
Imported to ?ell at $1 95 to $6.05
-t 98c t. $3.95
SPECIAL NOTE?This ?purchase will be on ?-ale on Monday or until the entire shipment i* sold It must be understood, bow
r? er. that quantities? arc limited, in sonic ca'-es there is but one piece of a kind We must, therefore, refuse to fill mail. C. O. D. or
telephone orders. This is a necessary restriction, but the articles are of such rare beauty and the bargains so extraordinary that you will
c<?n?-ider yourself more than fortunate in being able to purchase them.
SIMPSON CRAWFORD CO.. 6TH AVE,, 19TH TO 20TH ST., NEW YORK CITY.