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REFERENDUM OPPOSED
Time Too Short. Plan Too Cost- j
lv. Says P. J- McCook, Head
of Young Republicans.
CALLS IT TAMMANY TRICK
Wigwam Aims to Befog Issues
at City Election, but He Thinks
as an Effort to Block Fu?
sion Plot Will Fail.
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institut
da bill ?
sul ? left loo
.?r fell election, im?? bill provided
? Mat-partisan constitutional conven
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a btl - d 1er to tl ' Ben?
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a plank In th?Mr pi ? |
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Serves to Be'og Issues.
Since then, hovev?
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on an an:i-Tarnrnany tlcl I
Herleitend bill
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Undt . amasany pi Lion the
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tventlon la the spring of Uli
? ms ,.f th? net i election
?oui?! h?- pr^s.-lng upon the miada of tue
' l sedera i i,?i?r abe suggestion
of the Republicans and f-rogrfi the
wouM t ? elect? d al th?
n Mi arben ail other
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?i oould ? ? spriaj "'
An Off Yea-- Much Better.
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t. "ii, no national
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a dtepeaekmate ? o Id? ration
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OB the l'art ot any <>i?.
Mi M - i ~..'?i !?? nonM r:..t. attempt
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I te atbf tap an
betwi aa lb? Proajroaetvee
tb< Republicana, end Ihm an n m
. un a muntetpel ttefcei wus true?
ir that i? Ibehr ?.t.)" t." h'- ?aeeterod,
'ik.;.. t?i <i. feat its. ir. if the miti
Taauaeny for < irollaa tbel Teaameny
bjeet m rten it arfll mnfct tin ?
feel that tbeaj ?in hiiv. t?. stend togotber
lb aadtual prob -
1* TOD ASE PARTICULAR IF TOUS
CLOTHES MUST BE JUST SO
YOU WILL PI5D ALMOST
DAILY USE I'OB
??it k\<?< k- un. ?"Nrm."*
Iii lemovtna areas? spots and sts
ib with .. sponge takea them
"?it ?? htav" OUT Ut ives no "con
mark? t'.i aftei r?-niorse. SOS
IM LAMM I BLR, tl ? I
flit, OSPUIO CO., New Canaan, Conn.
-??I ?> ll> "IIIIN IIKO-. r. V IKITTI.N
1U? ?I?. AMI It %I?|M. Hid (.(.IM'h AM)
:?K\ (.(?OI? ->! tlHI -? 1.1 M-.ltALLY. '
S. Altmmt $c (En.
W. Ai?man $c (?0.
HAVE ARRANGED THE FOLLOWING INTERESTING SALES FOR TO-MORROW (MONDAY), APRIL 7th:
Women's Marvex Gloves
at very exceptional prices.
WOHEN'S MARVEX OLACE KI?SK1N
GLOVES, .?-clasp, in black, white or tan.
per pair.$1.?J5
WOMEN'S riARVEX GLACE KIDSKIN
GLOVES, l?Vbutlon length Hotisquetaire.
in black or white . . . per pair $2.85
.20,000 Yds. of WliUe Cotton Fabrics
at appreciably reduced price?.
SHEER DRESS LINEN. 36 inches wide.
per yard.28c.
IMPORTED DOTTED SWISS riUSL?N,
30 inches wide . . . pzr yard 38c
The following will be sold only in
lengths of 12 yards each:
NAINSOOK, 36 ins. wide, per 12 yards $3.2,",
NAINSOOK, 45 ins. wide, per 12 yards |.6fl
NA?NSOOK. 40 ins. wide, per 12 yards |,85
LONGCLOTH,?Joins, wide, per 12yds. f.65
These materais are in white only.
5PECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT
Preparations are complete for the
flaking to Order, in workroom.* in the
establishment of WOHEN'S BLACK
SILK DRESSES o? Crepe de Chine,
Crepe iVteteor, SiSk Crepon, Crepe Char
rneu5e. Brocaded Crepe and Pop.in,
at $57.00
Models and materials are displayed on the
Seventh Flcor.
THIKTY-HI1TH STREET ELEVATORS
Women's Silk Petticoats
in an interesting selection, at special prices.
WHITE SILK JERSEY PETTICOATS, with
chiffon flounce, lace-trimmed . at $6.50
CHINA SILK PETTICOATS, with flounce of
shadow lace . . at $4.50
STRIPED MESSALfNE PETTICOATS
French tiand-enibroldered Robes
(unmade) of Sheer Batiste, with and with?
out hand-made lace combinations, formerly
528.00 ?5c 38.00 each, will be offered at
$15.00 & $19.00
in connection w'th this sale attention is
directed to a superb exhibit of French, Portu?
guese, Italian, Japanese and American Robes
i unmade i, nearly all of which are in designs
exclusive to B. Aitman ?5* Co.
at
$3.85
Women's Coats and Wraps
OFFERING UNUSUALLY GOOD VALUES
AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES:
MIXED TWEED COATS, full length,
at ....... 5 ? ?% ?o
SERGE COATS, in navy blue and black, silk
lined, full or three-quarter length at $118.00
EPONGE COATS, in black, blue and tan, silk
lined, three-quarter length . at $118.00
SHORT WRAPS of Black Charmeuse, silk
lined.at $25.00
Bo Aitman $c (in.
Misses' & Girls' Dresses,
Suits and Coats
are being shown in all the smart
models and materials Tor the Spring
and Summer seasons.
The Upholstery Dept
A new and comprehensive assort?
ment of Upholstery Fabrics for
Spring and Summer use is now
being displayed, representing the
latest ideas in artistic designs and
color combinations. !t comprises an
unusually wide range of materials,
many of which may suitably be
utilized for the simple decorations
required fcr bungalowsand summer
cottages, while others are adapted to
more elaborate decorative schemes,
including period ?nteriors.
The following are among the mod?
erately-priced fabrcs,and are shown
in the regular stock at the prices
quoted :
SUN-FAST FABRICS and Light?
weight Materials at 50c. to $1.50
per yard.
Also Sun-fast Tapestries, Armures
and Reps at moderate prices.
CRETONNES, SHADOW PRINTS,
CHINTZESand PRINTED LINENS,
including New Art effects, at prices
ranging from 35c. to $ 1.25 ^qt yard
and upward.
This department is prepared to
accept orders for Slip Covers, Win?
dow Shades and Window,Door and
Porch Awnings,materials for which
are now being displayed in the new
designs and colors. Also Venetian
Porch Shades in all sizes.
Samples and Estimates submitted.
S. Attiitaii k <la.
:or TUESDAY,
Anrr gr
An Importan! Sale of Tailor-made Suits
for Misses and
m
Women
has beer arranged? comprising entirely new models fashioned
'???- srr.yr'. Navy Blue Serges, Checked Worsteds and Novelty
Materials. These will he o/'-ered at '. ;; v'v^su^ry low
prices of . ... 524.00, 28.00 & 32.00
Also 'or TU HS *A7
Aprs! 8th
An Unusually Interesting Sale of Women's Blouses
has been prepared, consista;- ol several new, attractive
models selected especially for the occasion. These will
be marked ai very much !ess than the regular prices.
VOILE BLOUSES, seine daintily
embroidered in white or color,
others In printed Dresden effects;
with high cr flat collar and three
TOSCA CREPE BLOUSES, in
???.tripeel and flowered effects; also
Voile Blouses embroidered in color;
all with low collars and short
quarter sleeves
at $1.75 ! sleeves
at $2.85
TOSCA CREPE AND VOILE
BLOUSE.S, introducing color in
trimming; with low collar??? and
BATISTE AND VOILE BLOUSES,
embroidered in white or blue, with
lace combinations; with low col
long or short sleeves . at J5.75 -ars and short sleeves . at $4.50
On TUESDAY,
April 8th
Women's Colonial Ties
in Black Russian Calfskin or Patent Goatskin, will be placed
on sa.e at the special price of per pair $3.50
TO FACILITATE SHOPPING, SPECIAL SALESPEOPLE WILL,
IF REQUESTED. BL DETAILED TO ACCOMPANY
PATRONS TO THE VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS.
Fifth Ave., 34th and 35th Sts.,New Yortj FIFTH AVENUE Thirty-fourth and Thirty-fifth Streets NEW vW
$. Attmott $c (Ham
Paris-made Gowns
ior Evening, Afternoon and Street
wear have just been received in a
variety of styles, and art being
offered at
$85.00, 110.00, 125.00 to 175.00
Also Paris ?Mourntag Qowns.
These are unusually low prices for
imported Gowns.
The House Gown Dep't
has received new importations of
PARIS MOUSE GOWNS and NEG?
LIGEES. _
In the Dress Goods Dep't
an attractive assortment of WHITE
WOOLEN FABRICS for the ensuing
season is being shown, it comprises
Brocaded Eponge, Brocaded Crepes,
Hatelasse, Faille de Laine, Bedford
Cord. English Cricket Cloth and
Silk-and-wool materials in plain
and fancy weaves.
Also Black-and-white effects in
Checks, Pin Stripes and Printed
Veiling; and Gray Mixtures, suit?
able for tailor-made suits.
Black-and-white Checked Velours
for separate skirts and sport coats.
In the Department ior
Infants' Wear
may be obtained COMPLETE LA?
YETTES for Infants, as well as
Imported and American-madeCoats,
Dresses andHats for LittieChildren.
Furs, Rugs, Draperies and Lace
Curtains received for
Storage.
junji rr " I ***?**"*
Filth Ave.. 34th and "SthSts., New York

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