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S. Alimatt & (?In. 1. Altitian & ?n.
Commencing tc-morrow (Monday) another Sale
will be held of
American Washable Homespun
RUg3 (plain and in two-toned effects)
at the following low prices:
Size 24x36 ins., regular price $1.10, at $0.65
*4 30x60 "
i. Cx9 M
33.50 " 7.?0
17.30 - 10.00
Also a Special Offering of Natural Hemp
\gS (-evers ble), suitab e for Bungalow
use, in the s'zes enumerated ab.we, at one
naif the former prices.
Large Reductions have been made in the prices of
Women's Wraps and Coats
in styles and materials appropriate for every
cccasicn. Among them are smart VVrars of
Charmeuse, Siiks. Brocades and Beaded Nets
and Chiffons, as well as Coats of Tweed for
travel and practical wear. Included are Wraps
and Coats at $58.00, 55.00, 75.30 & 95.03
Also Elegant imported Coats reduced to
S75.3G, 55.C0, 1125.33 & 150
Women's Summer Corsets
are new being shown in the new, fashionable
models and a;3 the desirable materials, at the
lowest prices commensurate with superior
?nality and workmanship.
Corsets made to order, at short notice, from
Women's Bathing Suits
in the attractive designs and materials ap?
proved by leaders of fashion for the coming
season, are now ready. Among them are
smart Suits of Moire. Satin and Taffeta,
some introducing touches of color.
Bathng Caps and Beach Wraps; also Bath?
ing Corsets, Shoes, Hosiery, etc.
The Upholstery Department
is showing. In the regular stock of Summer
Furnishings, an e5pec?a?)y attractive line of
Hand Block-printed bed Spreads, in excellent
designs and colors, at ?2.25, 3.50, 5.75 and
Hand Block-printed Table Covers, in new
designs and colors, at 75c, $3.25, $3.50 and
Curtains and Couch Covers at correspondingly
Also Couch Mammocks for the lawn or
porch, mae'e of a superior qua! ty of canvas
in khaki, green and white, and including the
latest improvements and attachments, at
$9.25, 11.50, 35.00 and upward.
The above are reguiar stock prices.
hammock Stands, Canopies and Pillows at
On WEDNESDAY, May 211st
Special Values wS!l be offered in
Women's Cotton and Linen Dresses, Coat Suits
and Separate Skirts
representing1 the most popular fabrics made up in the smart,
effective d?sirs which will prevail during the coming Summer.
Full particulars cf this Sale will be announced on Tuesday evening.
On TUESDAY, May 20th
A Special Sale of Women's Blouses
will take place, presenting a most attractive selection of smart,
new styles, made up in the season's desirable materials, at
very much below the customary prices.
White and Flowered Voile Blouses, low collar, short sleeves,
Fancy marquisette and Vo?e Blouses, trimmed with !ace and
embroidery, low collar, short sieeves ... at $2.50
Striped and Embroidered Voile Blouse?, with vest effect, flat
collar and short sleeves.at $3.50
Batiste Blouses, trimmed with lace and hand embroidery, high
or low collar, long or short sleeves ... at $4.00
Tucked Net Fichu Blouses, low neck and short s!eeves,
at.$5.50 & 6.75
Voi?e Biouses, hard-embroidered and lace trimmed, yoke effect,
low collar.at 56.75
Also on TUESDAY, Hay 23th
A Very Unusual Sale of
Women's Negligees and Mousegow.ns
will be held, offering remarkably gooJ values at the following
imported N?glig?es of A'batross, with collar and cuffs of white
embroidered Albatross.at $4,65
Negligees of French Swiss, shawl collar, tiinrned with Va!
Negligees of French Challis, in the new f i oral border design,
at. . $9.75
Negligees of Ftowered Crepe de Chine, trimmed with shadow
Imported Albatross House Qowns, with hand-embroidered
co?ars o* white vo?e, ?lace-trimmed . . .at $13.50
Also on TUESDAY. may 20th
Little Children's White Cotton Dresses
(s;zes ? months to 4 years)
in an extensive assortment consisting of Embroidery-trimmed
Empire, ?Russian and Long-waisted Dresses, in high and low
neck styles, wili be offered in the infants' Wear Department at
the exceptionally low prices of , , 85c, $ 1.1? & L50
Large Reductions have been made In the prices of
Little Children's Coats (sizes 2 to 5 years), in a variety of
materials sultabls for present and early Summer wear.
Little Children's Imported Hats, comprising the entire remain?
ing stock, at very extensive price concessions.
Interesting Offerings for to-morrow
(H on day) will consist of:
A Specially Prepared Sale of
Women's Leghorn and White Hats
in smart, attractive styles, appropriate for
all dress occasions of Summer, at the excep?
tional price of .... $114.00
Reductions have been made in the prices of
a number of Mats in the regular stock.
?n the Millinery Department, Third Floor.
An Exceptional Sale of Women's
French 1:1 and?embroidered Lingerie
will consist of an entirely new shipment just
received from Paris, representing unusual
values in Chemises, Drawers, Night Gowns
and Combinations, at the following prices t
Combinations . at $2.50, 2.00 & 3.50
Night Gowns . at fl.90, 2.50 & 3.25
Drawers . . at 1.35, 1.45 & 1.90
Chemises . * at .90, 1.35 & 1.65
Also a limited number of
Corset Covers . at $1.10, 1.35 & 1.75
Petticoats . . at 1.50, 2.50 & 4.50
Women's Silk Petticoats
in the new clinging effects, offering special
values at the following prices :
White Crepe de Chine Petticoats, with flounce
of shadow lace finished with silk novelty
trimming,accordion-plaited underlay of Crepe
de Chine.at $5.00
Jersey Silk Petticoats, slashed, with narrow
flounce; in black or colors . . at $3.93
Hisses' and Small Women's Dep't
Extraordinary Reductions have been made In
the prices cf Spring and Summer Apparel for
Hisses' and Small Women, as follows:
Tailor-made Suits, originally 324.00 to 65.00,
at . . $12.75, 18.00, 22.00 & 28 00
Steamer, Outing and Street Coats, originally
524.CO to 35.00, at $14.50, 18.00 & 22.00
Afternoon Dresses of Silk and Crepe de Chine,
originally $24.00 to 45.00, at $18,50 to 28.00
Dancing and Summer Frocks, of dainty
Laces combined with Silk, Chiffon or Net,
are marked at the special price of $18.50
Bridal Gowns and Trousseaux
Attention Is directed to B. Altman & Co.'s
remarkably fine assortments of Crepe de
Chine, Brocaded Crepe, Crepe Charmeuse,
etc., for Brides' and Bridesmaids' Gowns.
Also Real Lace Robes, Bridal Veils, Floun
cings, etc.; Afternoon and Evening Gowns,
Tailor-made Suits and Going-away Dresses;
Blouses, Coats and Wraps; Boudoir Gowns
and Negligees; Fine Lingerie; Paris Hats,
Parasols, Neckwear, Gioves, etc.
To facilitate shopping, special salespeople
will, if desired, be detailed to accompany
patrons to the various departments.
THIRTY-FOURTH AND THIRTY-FIFTH STREETS
NOVEL CARNEGIE WINDOW
Memorial for His Parents Is Ten
Feet Long?American Scene.
"#? eta1n<d (taM Rrlnttowi manufact"
?''i b Ani?ri<n hav? attracted nor?
PNrabl? ^'/minorit than thai v. hi<h Mr
?'arnf-Kif. hu?? had ruado at tlir Tiffany
?studio?, m h* placed m iMinf'TmliiM'
S DunfarmllM. Scotland, In immoi
TV KIM is typi.allv Auk-i i> an I vnl
n throng* ? 'J1-'" "' P'1* * "'"'
drOM and OttM I BOWWV In the
?Jt?froUnd, The ?oI'-ir ;ii'' l"'
***l> Khd rl< h, fffirtK M-<ur<d h\ flu
"overlaMnjc" PfOMM "' * "lor???] wtnd'w
**??ufa.'tiirlng, ?Mek i" mut <>f m<ne
delicate ahadlni than could ba aecumd by
? ? iriL'i. laj' i of ftaaa
'in. aindo? i i" feel b f< ? '? W1,n
an ms i iptlon ?ni the 'in reading:
??in loving m. nu m ..i William Carnegie,
,,f Dunfermllne, and Margaret Mtrrlaoi
his wif. . Ann ami Thoma? Ihalr ?tit'.ti .il
ECrected bj thalr soi.- surviving eon ir<1 "??
SPECIAL CONEY BOAT SERVICE.
I (,, Iron .-it- am I ?tat < omnanv will <?!'
?rate ? apodal boo! aervlce to Coney isl
?,,,(i and return to-day, leaving. Pie? '?
v, rth River, onlj al M <? ?< m., H >" ?
i ;:,. tat), IM. I'M I and 1 M p. in. Ra*
turning, i'"- laat i'.'Ki laavaa tWplocnaaa
,..llK ,,i s | p m The recular s. rvi. c
wtll -, reauroed ? ?aturday, Ma) li from
. th.' tool of ?Vd?l MM" M*ae1 ?"? 1,,er l
KENNEDY CASH IN DISPUTE
Court Asked to Rule on the Dis?
posal of $250,000.
rejections to tas ser?tina o! th?
trustees of the John s Kennedj
w,.re iil.-ii In the ?urrogaten* Court ?
terdaj bj the Na? fort '?'?' '-"'
Presbyterian Hospital. Columbia Uni
versit) and th? Metwapoittan atuaauai of
\,i reoiduan l?rgat< ? ?
' Th, Inatltutlona are beneficiaries under
truel funds ol al.I "?-.? H'"1 ??>
MB the Surrogats to doch* arhether dlvl
,,..,?,. ,,,?1 after the death of Mr Ken?
nedy bj the Standard Oil Cempanj of
??,,??.,. ?., standard OO Cosapenj ol
Nebraska ;. the i^lutwaana itaiin,,d
Comnani Bhall be eeaafdered as Income
' or principal About ?. I 00 Involve?
, and t?o llttaatlon la of a I ?? natur?
EDGEW00D INN SOLD.
Alfred s ?mai fl I 'a a I.i du? t th?
Bt Charla Hotel, In Sea Orleans, bavi
i.m.ha-?'i trom tin- Nathaniel vYItfcerell
aatat? !'" tCAgewood Inn property, at
t.'r.-in. I? h < i on I t I' Hmi I. ? li"
has bean manager of the Inn
. ?? ,!? tahmenl a 111 ? i up) a aim '
lion under.the new ownerablp it i- the
i ?. ntiuii 1.1 the ne? o? nan t<> erad i
? ? number et bungalowi ta soon m
th.- hotel .?p.us. on Ma) -"?'. th? preeent
?mi tit will alvo hav? COmpI? ted 0
neat > u rarta reetaurant, arhlck arl . i
run on < lnt> I.n^s In the tine l a-.iiio that
ha? bet ii on?* of the attractive laatun - of
Um Bdgaarood inn
'N. Y. U. ALUMNI REUNION
Every Class from '43 to 12 Rep?
resented in the 800 Present.
rjesplt? th? cold n/eather and showera
.,i inn ..r Ne* fork L'nlvi reit] v
pr?sent In karg? numbers for their an?
nual reunion and Seid sports resterda)
noon About sight hundred |radu<
assembtod In the symnasium at i
o'clock for .m informal luncheon.
p< lowing the luncheon th<- regular
business meeting area held, with Prod
? ri. k M. >'ru?!?tt In t'< .hair The fol
krarfng named arere sleeted ofllcere: Cyras
? miter, 'H Borough President of Tiie
Bronx, prealdent; William Kendall <".H
,f. M ? I? i '?preeldenl : Ward C Belcher
'04, m ? " tai l Btgnle) h Moell
treaaurer: Heno M. Brown, '?
trar. Executive committee, to eerve thr??
?, -,f-. Pelr) C. Pent* ;i. and w llllnm
Aft. r the mi ettng the an n formed In
proceaalon and marched through the Hall
of Fame and acroaa the campua t>. <>hi.i
Kleid. Claaaea from \:, to '13 arera repre
The cbua ol x- i". ?? ''? it"'.
\. r-lt \ a sun dial h. at lltg the III
s.a' a allver laving cup for th*? alumnus
who had travelled tka kmgoat dtatance
in ittend tke meeting araa preaeated t..
William HanninK. '"i. who returned from
t'hlna. The s*nlorit> .up was awarded
to the eJaaa of '?& The banner for th?1
"handsomest" elass was awarded to '97.
Oseases. Coat*. .Suit*. Wui.,r?. aeaVSa,
Ntali ft. Condi, and Undtrwar
LANE BtVA.'T, Ih "/. .'Mb at, >h\S \Oltk
ART EXHIBITIONS AND SALES.
TO MILLIONAIRE COLLECTORS
An opportunity to secure one of the
finest Japanese Cabinets in Europe.
Since Japan was opened to the West
these choice specimens have become
very scarce. Author, care Curtis
Brown. S Henrietta Street, Covent
Garden, London, England.