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COLLAPSES IN COURT
AS SHE WAITS BAIL
Mrs. F. H. Griffin Revived
with Smelling Salts?
Both Held for Fraud.
THEY'LL NOT FLEE
Alleged "Swindle" by Using
Mails Netted Couple $300,000.
It Is Said.
Never 'ea'- about ? we WSO'I rUB
away, we haven't got anything to run
?way from.' e\?d ???ram is H ?"?riffln, a
lawyer, w no isrh hla arlf. la charge?!
?*.lth using the n alls to d. fra..
persons of sums estimated at i ot loot
than MMIk He was m tne bail rnum Of
the CMsai?a] Courts Building yasterdai
arranging foi tha release of his wife,
?'lara H. Griffin, la r.5?>? hail on an in
ind Isrcsny for al?
lega converti M t" her ,,ss-n :s< of S4.04)
obtained on a ! iuatava B waiters',
7 Esd 'ith s?
Prevleusl] the Griffins who wrre a
'ested in GrOton. Maes, on Friday, had
pieadeel not g'iilt?- to an Indletmenl in the
ll ?o:rt ?ha-. . ? of the mallfl
to defraud and had furnished bdl for
'.heir appearance e,n May 28 Grlflla fur
nlshed auretiea for 00,000 and Mis Griffin
sureties ror 110,000 A relative of Griffin,
who lives In Brooklyn, arran^?*! with Ihn
Na'ioria! Surety Company te? provide bail.
Mrs Griffin was frigidly ? ool ouring the
proceeding! In Judge ."?laser's court ssh'.le
waiting for Fnited States Coasmiaalonsr
rsrie-lds to order her release on ball, and
while before Judge Malone. in the Counts
Court, hut she collapsed while the bell
papers were being prepared Is the state
case. Her husband sent an attendant ?or
smelling salts, an! sa ?ron as the hond
was signed she left the ?o;rt with him
IS a taxicab or Brooklyn
In their pica to th. federal indictments,
in which it Is ih.c..r the] false!? repre?
sented that they had a large and proflt
aMe business reporting aecrel Inquiries
of the government, thereby obtaining
large sum.--, of money, Abel I Smith, Jr.,
hurch st. their counsel, obtained
a fortnight In wh; h to i lange their plea
if he ao decides He said that he knew
so little of the case that he could not say
w-hat would he done. However, he as?
serted that ' Mi ?iiiffiii assures me he
>-as a perfect defence, snd I believe him "
From othe> ? mrcM i' was !e?,rned that
the Griffins will ?n iceda that many per
s.ins gave to thri: nrg? s ma Of mone-.
for business purposes, an?l tiat mui h
of this has not leen repaid and ].rub?
an!? will not be. bul that tht-ae transac?
tions were not criminal or tainted with
fraud in any way They -will ?-ontend, it
is said, that an? action that might lay
against either would be of a civil nature.
Griffin also denies that there ssas any
effort on the part t?f himself or his wife
Griffin, who is a Yale gradu?t-- and has
been prominent ,n Club and so?:al uplift
ssork, had offices In the Libert) Tower
Ruiidintr He wm a prominent figure in
the Federal Building, having .?erved in
many bankrupt'.? ?uses as receiver or
trustee, his Btandina ??ith the federal
?udges being of th?
in Mr. Whitman's offI s, where ha had
avers! intimate Including a
classmate, he also stood ?sell. This, hosv- ]
ever, did not present that offi. e rom in
vestlgatlng complainte In only "ne.
however, was sufficient evidence found to
warrant an Indictment?a transaction In
which Gust Walters, an electricd
contractor, contends he lost ;' ?
According to the story Walters told the
fiistrict Attorns] s office, he gav? Mis
Griffin bis cheek foi M.000 in return for
e?ne of her husband's for a Similar
amount. This check '"ame bach unpaid.
Me charges that she then offered to gtt
the money for him if he would Indorse
an seocsnmodstlon note. He did bo a id
the note was dlacoonted Tha pi
however, ?lid not reach him, he aaya
Thus, though he is out 18,000, no action
ran be had on the first transaction, vs hili
was within the law
According to the r-toriea t<-?i<l In the
Federal Building, the Griffina, by repre?
senting that thi had ie-c- contracta
?sith tii? government, wer? enabled to
? htam large sums. The nature- of the
work required absolute secrecy, the) rani.
and i?aui big returns Profita t?f U< per
cent were said to be possible. Investors
_? t their money hack with large Interest
??ne lavestor was relied upon to gel
Others II to tne s.-lieme
'I he heaviest local Investor, according
to the postoffice authe rites. WBJ Miss C,
N Cronyn, who maintalna a stenographic
hureati in Brooklyn and ?* si at .me time
In the- late M?:.o: - employ. Bhe
- ?- into tbe businesa snd got back
jie.ioa The largest, gccordlng to tne
same authority, is a BOStOB f'manoer, who
put up F ' ??- ? she Ii quoted sa Bay?
ing that tt would he ssiirtli as much more
' i him not to figure In the case- It is
intimated ihai he la associated In a big
?h??e machiner? companj
ATTACKED BY BUFFALO
Keeper Saved from Death ii
Paddock by Comrades,
Prompt B tlOB by fellow keepers wltt
pitchforks aaved Bernard McEnroe frort
being gored to death by a bison In th?
Ne-s? York Zoological Park yesterday
"Barney." as the keeper Is known, started
through the buffalo pa?ldock with seim?
Oatl The buffalo nearest to him grew
excited as it gazed on the prospsctivi
Without warning it charged, and th?
I . bblng a broom, managed tr
off the attaek for a moment But
: aon final.) tossed McEnroe In the
air. ami when he cam?- dosvn tried to
gore hirn. When the other keepers Joined
the fight McEnroe was able to get away.
He later scent to his home, at ;<*>17 Fast
: m - -t
Rodriguez Drops Bouquet from
Air Boat to Polo Grounds, but
Aero Club Frowns.
True to his preimise. Fausto Rodriguez,
flsing In a Thomas aerohoat, with Ralph
M. Brown as pilot, Journeyed fiom
Dohbs Ferry by air line and dropped a
bouquet fr?r John j McGrew OS the Polo
Grounds yastsrdsy afternoon. The
flowers fell just back of the grandstand
anel were pb ked up by one of the at?
The fight was witnessed hs- great
? r'ivds on Riverside Iirlve from Grant's
Tomb to Mth st. With a fair wind be?
hind them, the s? laiors covered the
eighteen miles in Just fourteen minutes
landing al !!??? float of the Hudson Riser
Boa! <'lub. at the foot of West 127th st.
There Rodrigues and Frown jumped
into B tax-.cah and were whisked to the
hall game, where McGraw thanked them
for the Aral bouquet delivered i>y the air
reiite. After the game the men returned
tr? Dobbe Ferry, from Which point Rros-n
will make dally fights to and around
New York during the coming week
It Ii understood that Henry Wood
house, of the Aero Club, told Brow i, ov> r
the telephone earlier in the das that If
he flew over the cits his license would
spended for a year, and that none
learning to fly at the Thomas school
would he granted a license
? n said that at ans time dur'ng the
flight he could have elided Into either
the M ?daon or th? Fast river had his
motora gone dead
MORGANS IN*AUTO SMASH
Junius and Fiancee, with His
Father, Meet Accident.
I By Telegraph te, The Tribune 1
Boston ?'as r? - Aa .1 Plerpont Mor?
gsn, Mi Morgan -?r..i Ml and Mrs
Frederich ? onverse ??-ith Juniua B. Mor?
gan snd ii'.*- nances, Miss Louis? Con*
leasing the Copley Pisas to?
<?? ? after I family luncheon, their ailt"
moblle backed Into the limousine of Mrs.
? s ii. Hemd, ol Commonwealth av.
in which -.? ei, tsso s?omen.
i - .- if i ?<? Bond IImoualna was
i?? isted The Bond i-hsuffeui leaped.
angry it Mi Morgan's chauffeur-, but
\: Morgan silenced him. and the car
with the s' . .i Converses sped
I swaj i ' party motored t.. Westwood
RUNA WA Y SENDS BALLOON UP
WITH GIRL POSING IN BASKET
Rope Holders Hee and Bag Shoots Skyward, but Hero Guides
Craft to Safety, and Children Help Anchor It?
and All for the Hirns.
\ soui.g g'rl ente'fil Palisade AmUM
men? Park on the arm of a dapper youtt
* esterda> sftsrnoon and strolled overt tc
where a busy aeronaut was pnpaiing a
Bllon balloon for ascension. Ad?
miringly the young ?ouple ssandered about
the huge envelope, tugging at its ropes.
eel finally the man asked the aeronaut
if he would mind If the girl had her pict?
ure snapped in the basket
The aeronaut, who wan dressed up liba
Jeihn Philip .?mi.-.! and wore more medal?
than that bandmaster, ooneeated, and the
, limbed in Just as tbe camera was
being trained i?n her a ruraway horn?*
.am? dashing nur. the ? row?l. spilling the
onlookers right and left. and. what was
worst of all. I BMBlWg those holding the
ropes to let ?o
Up shot th.- balloon, while thoie on the
srround either atood petrified with horror
or shouted a variety of advice The bal?
loonist-bandmaster tore- at bis luvu'iant
hair and medals, shouting that he was
undone for life
But wait' From the 'teceeses e.f the
basket rose a man. who atood heroicdl)
beside the frightened gnl "April fool''
? ried somebods. and cur) one Joined in
the laugh. The man was A. t*o Steven?
' and the cul Miss Frail White. They were
Snl] adding SnOthSI scene to a picture
play for the Path*- I ihn Company
Hlgh e>? er the river the balloon seared,
driven rapidly toward New York Tuet?
minutes later the raft crossed t'ie .its
? low Grant's T"inb at an altitude of
?.non feet, soon afterward residents tt
ISM Jan.a a H.? district of Brooklyn
BWoka t" the fact that ?-aller* would soon
dascend on them snd there was a general
r:,?h for the spot where the balle?, n
- ???.'! likels to land
it came down rapidly and at a point
tha Fountain sv. pump.ng station it
BBS I the ground that the ITS-foo"
cuiei?' rope was seized by sesera! hundred
school children, and the big bag dragged
.? atiugcllng mass of youthful humanit?
s? reaa t he bm i sh< s .
Steven? let the gas out f|ule'kly. snej
lasg st Bdwsrd Miner, et the Uherty
as station, assisted by John Holten and
William Bchhardt, "f the pumpn.g elation,
boni the crowd hack while the two pas
aengera alighted atlas white sai-i that
the trip had hem the most en1o>able
experience thai had fallen to her lot since
she engaged in the art of staging
BARNARD COLLEGE CIRCUS AND CLASS.DAY.
AT BARNARD FAIR
Oriental Bazaar Brings
Liberal Crowd to College
in Aid of Fund.
CAMPUS AND HALLS
OPEN TO MERE MEN
Girls Shine in Vaudeville and
Circus. While Eastern Costumes
Add to Charm of Scene.
For many week? any one rMUaSSted
with Barnard College ha? been receiving
an invitation It inns as follow?:
When M?>'?> first hud? perfume' the
i-oma student, oaren f??rher, milllon
Enjov jroureelTSS and help the build
of Barnard at the Ori?ntal Fair .
Yesterday afternoon and ?venins
ft om I tO It g.-m Barnard's campus,,
Stately halls, lunchrooms 'In the cellar),
BtndlSfl and theatre wa?i crowded with !
a merry, money spending, happv crowd,
entertained by damsal? of nil ase? and
kind?. da;?7-ling in Turkish. Chinese, .'ap
snese Hawaiian and Indian comumes.
Th? 'iimpus was a mas? of color, with
tiny tents surrounding one huge rlrcue
Twenty-five tents admission let any
on? inn unusual thing at Barnard for the
stronger sex Is usually excluded i into the :
campus and 7f> < ents bought a round trip
ticket to all (he variety ?how?, including
?. n !? on a real live hor?e. which was
Kept busy working his full ten hours, a
I7.?n,c of ring toss and "Fortune Told "
The ?Ii? us S?d th? vairdevilie were tha
greateet potata of interest-three circus
lierforinances preceded by a grand parad?
of animals. This was repeated In the
e\ening. The bleachers were filled each
The rrngmaster was I. Fox, bedecked
m a brilliant green and a whip, F. .
gchwanwaeldsr lent him Inspiration In
the ride Of Mrs P>in.:mast?r. Llowns
SpeaTted SbOUt The moat popular was K.
Thompeon, 1MB, who held her mouth
eager!) open for the peanuts that came
from th? top row of bleaehsra An Sis?
phant. with many mechanical accoutre
ments, such as an oft-perforndng syphon
an?! wig!e> ey*s, swung into the ring on
wabbl? leg? of two seniors iM Kngler
ami .1 Dale) with Elaine the Fair, a four
y??ar-oid bah) elephant, composed of two
?-i 'I.. I'a? is. 'IT. B. Walker, '17>
| camel was MSI OB the programma
ir- irck ersa to do "raspiiation ex
Following Hi?? a.iohatir d.inca of Moid
kin ?B Rlttenbe-rg, 'IB) and Pavtowa ik
Mat row i-i. iiii raune a*atheUc dancing by
inanv bears, trained bj E Lupp, who led
them amxassfully through the Intricadsa
of the msxixa AC'-onipanlmant was giv.-n
b) m- ?necee? of tha ctrars, a loud \oice?i
comb-and-tln-pan band, led by Parah Bu?
.1er. 'IS, and Freda Kirchwey, l'.
The snak?- charmer proved the interest
I of the Barnard student in mater? of ? ur
r-m inteien Teddy and llurrta. the
tra?nai snakes, wound themselves about a
doubt y < harmer.
Th.- giraff* was trained by Mrs Ring?
master It was manned by Qrace M>or?
17 <fore> sad Ustp Talmaae, 17 (aft>
Its long ne? k wa.-? thrust forward by a
SacCCSBfUl System of intarnal signal.? to
fn the 'dip of dfalh T. Felix. 17. rode
i aanaO brother's \elniipade saffly dewn
ci cat heights to tha centre of the
"For the benefit of the children" Blue?
beard" was given last on tha programme
w ith an all-Mar cast.
. V Pulla- a !?'
? ? r?l . S Bunnrif ?4- ? ' 1 tl
Btater Mina. g gats, 'IT
A Hrolhar.I .lacohv. -|?
I \ Brothei . T. Vsger, 'U
?ith-r attractions on tha campu? were
the fortune-t? Hing gvpsv ?B. Anndoni and
?in? who retailed past existences.
In the college buildings there were otner
festivities Tir'? tearoom, hung with lan?
terns, was tU'ked In behind the white
columns or the doi?ter In the "hot
lunch room" a tmno ?ailed the attention
of those who like?! to dance In the
"undera-rad ' study a frenk show dis?
played a tat lad?, a ?word ?wallower, ft- :
amese twin? and ?ther novelties.
Vaude\ille reigned supreme in the the?
atre, where the performance wa? repeat
ed six times. It comprised a ' ? me-Word
Skit." by M S? horr, 'M. and I.. Howe,
!'.. monoIoKi.e? t> H. Jenkins "15, th*
college elocutionist a darr--? h> o Barr
dolph. II. Hawaiian song?, bv man? be
browned ?tudeni? with fuixy hair ano,
baads borrow?d fr?-'m the rc-ilo?-\- rle
partment ICI Hems, It; R. Lost 15, I
Walker, l?. and !.. Taj lor, IT'. 1-ist ?n
the programme svas the hulldini? funl
song, aung by B. laiwrla, 'I.'. to th? ac?
companiment of ?"In pattering on the
stage, thrown by the audience.
In the evening the? campus w.i_s bright
with sari-colored lieh?5 und lant.-in?
Some of those actively partl'-ln itlng
were: Bears-H Smith. A. Oublier and 1?.
Shrive. Rand-H Alexander, 17, A Pol
Iltzer. 17: M Poliltzer. I.'.; F. W ohber.
17: H Rausch. 17. It. Kannofsks. i,\ A
Schulte, 17: J ?teinthal, tt; R. Conlon.
'16. On the committee served M Peek,
14, chairman, K. Macaulay, U; K. Louria,
15. D. Herod. 'M; H Zagat. 15; H Mia h
'at, and F Thompson, '18,
TO ATTEND CHURCI
Oil Men increase Guard i
Pocantico to Welcome
Sunday Coffin Paraders.
TWO SCOUTS FAIL
TO FORCE GATE
Supposed To Be Spies for I. V\
W.. Which Plans to Continue
Heraus* tsso men. BUppOSod to '.?elon
t?> the Inelustrla! Workers ?f the Work
tried b> strstcg) to tone an ?ntranos t.
the it ?'kefetlii sstafc at T?rrytowm yes
?? and Bfti are espeeted to day In i
funerd psrsde with a eoMn, the gnan
at Foe.ml:'o Hills ?sas in? reas? ?I las
?light Bpedal prscaut|ona w? re evdsre?
to be taken, and for the BSCOOd Sum?a:
running neither lohn D, RockdoDer no
Ins BOS ?? ul g" IS ? hurch.
It nw said last night thsl th- OSOi
Bboulder and th" glass? eye might no
COnstitStS tie whole of the welcme giver
to the mourners tor the dead In the ?'olo
rado miners' strike.
There ??as m, proof that yestsrdsy'i
?risitora ?sere Industrial Work' is "f th?
W >n Id men Some think the} ma? base
b. ? fl pi o . - s,, . er? tr> lag to reach Will
Ism Roekefeller with a subpn-na to ap?
peal in the piobe as to w li< re the lost
millions of the New Hasen Railtoad went
and now are. They tried to enter Will?
iam Rockefeller's place.
It ??as ?ate in the afternoon when the
two men turned up at the !lttle-ui>ed
south gate at the Pocantico Hills ?state,
a gate the 1 W W Ctepo rrilBBdSSB have
not visited. When stoppe?! by guards,
the.? said they were painters, sent out
from New York about some work on a
Apparently the callers were unaware
thai almost every tree on the Rocke?
feller property is a telephone station these
dayr. The garage wa- calle?! up, and It
was found that no painters were ?x
pSCtSd. Bo the visitors were ordered off.
From there they v ont around to the
entran. S to RockWOOd, tViDlSn Rocke?
feller's estate, and suveeded In gettine
e?i, to th? grounds, tut were verv ?
ordered off and Bid tn.t ?*e wnii
R". kefeher Bses afterward the Re
win <i lUSrd was doubled, and no
who Is not wantcel will see William Ro
? tt I'er to-day
The i rce silenc- LBSgiaS organized
I'pton Sinclair to still-.? a "so. 'al chill'
the heatt? of the ItOCkOfsUerS, will call
Its fi?*se(^ and odfolslly give up the ?jn
of picketing some time this afternoon
Meanwhile th? I W W'.. headed
Arthur ?'.?ron. It Is nnrioun<*d. will ti,
up th?' work where th? ? repe s?iued lea
off However, the ?lass of picketing e*
;r? he oser. The dlsl?an?I)ng of the Fi
Sill?n? I.eriRU? WSS decided upon yest
da*, bs Slnil.-ilr and Frank Shay, a
known as Plerr? ?lodin. secretary of t
They announced that they had quit I
raus?- the I. W, W., antl-militar??ta a
?"hurrh of th, >o? ?al Res olution h.
"butted in" Th? plana for to-day Inclu
the ? Islt of a delegation of pickets to t
RockefeiUr evt.itc in Tarrytown. sor
picketing 'ti front of 'J'l Broadway and tl
holding ?if a memorial ser ?lee by lient
Frank, atheist. In front of the Mandai
oil Building at *? o'?-lo<-k this afternoon.
Sinclair started from the l'ennsylsan
station at ."? V< 0*? lock yesterday for Cob
ra'lo. where he intends to study strll
conditions at first hands Mrs. Sin.In
did not BCCOmpenj him Before depar
ing It Is uneleist'i'id he drew a check fi?
ll on to be useil Is winding up the affair
0 fthe Free Slier.' a League
Arthur Carea, St th? I W W. prompt
Is announced that he and his friend
would continue the picketing, and tha
Mrs Sinclair WOUld "look out for him" I
Sinclair did not The I W W. will proh
ably retain the headquarters of the l-'-e
silence Lesgse at I Trtnltj Pin?e
!?? Mulberry Herd Psrk ysstarBsyafter
noon 500 persona asse)nbl8d to h'-?
spe?-ches on the ?'"lorado s'tuatlon b?
Alexander Berkman, "Reckj" Kdelson
Arthur ?,'aron, Pletro Allegra and others
"Becks" Kdelson said that ahe agree'
with ."slarle Ganz that Rockefeller shouM
b? killed and other speaker? mad?
the usual routine attacks on capitalism
and the police and urged that delegates
sent to tha "gen-ral still.e conferences''
in the Ferrer school to bring the Rocke?
fellers to terms An Italian banner hoist?
ed b) one worker made mention of "John
' D. Rottenfeller "
Aa a result of a letter fron) John P.
White, president of the Fnited Mine
Workers of America, as to conditions in
the COlOiadO atrike l"lie the ?entrai Fed?
erated Union d'ci'iri yesterday to call a
mass meeting t" lem?n?! the removal o"
?Governor Atnmone "f Colorsdo ant urge
<-arly adjustment of the miners' ?rrike
STUDENT, 18, SUED
FOR $10,000 BAH
Son of Coffee Planter |
Guatemala Fails to Get
Bail, Goes to Jail.
Ifanry Fu-int?? of :TI ?*,>?? ;?..
eighteen years old, a st rde-t ?t - ?[\
paratory ?chool. ? BSM to be th?
est d?fendent ?ver piaran |r Lm'?o-, _
Jail on a ?-harjra o' ' ? .. fc
Fuente? 1? a native o" QuatersaVla, ?a*??,
hi? father is a BSSTSS PiOnUS
II? wa? arre?ted yeatordny by D?-^
Sheriffs M'T-on-a" ?n : Zeltfeea* fa s ja
i- Ighl Mary Bo?!, a H Jr,gt-l?i
twenty-two years o'.?l a ? ? *t r?
,.-. far Mitt -i?n -'?' - -n fjji^
to keep hi? alle-fd promisa to marrr ?a?
W V. ?"ira?-? (. V- a-'
?ial affair? of the reams mai i f???^
In this '-It?, an'1 ?the *?'' ' ' '
.?Iv'iig his allowance from that ?-J
Hu-.ii-.-r. Fuentes wa? --ah ?
rh? IMM bail rx?d " ? ' j
ing the ord?r of urr??* BO v? wa? ?B?
to i.udlow ?t ;ad H? arss la
at the G ate ? *ui r>.
??-al in this city, who Is one of hla ax*
se-qoslnUnoss stuuki srranga *e rM
.... ng Oaate * Bag
- age ws Ii et be ti-?-?-.
on him snrwa], If " aaj
,h.,, ao had aver proa ??T M-?,
M-?? Boat arid Fuent?
n-ar a- l*e*f-eat Leal ? "'I-?***!
p.,. h?- ' esstl The gii wa? tw,
... ? the 1 ." '" h* '*??
rio.c?: Puentei ws? ona '?' ?
camper?. The count. worn?-, ? | -,
F?uar.tcs showed her m ici ittenttflr-^aj
they took long walhs ?nd we? -sgl
But It was or.!?- a ? immer e-*?-?e?V h
Pneatee Masa Boat Intimated In here--,
Plaint for when BUS """'1'^1
be had promised ?o mir', hsr ha -?.....
,, mrm .hat if ?he annoyed -at
?,o?!d co back to I - r'??<**
?? -m? .-.?ver woe "'??'?
?-lees -he followed him. ? ? -
??i ? *? ^?S
M did not ha?? ?
. ,,, 9l tha young mat
Forty-second and Forty-third Streets, West of Fifth Avenue
have decided to close out to-morrow, on the Third Floor, the remainer of their Spring collec?
tions, offering many of the most desirable models of
Women's Tailored Suits and Skirts
At the Most Decisive Reductions Yet Made
Included are practically our entire stocks of Wool and Silk-and-Wool Tailored Suits,
many of which have just recently come into the store?in smartest and latest styles. Assem?
bled, to-morrow, in the six following groups:
$19.50, $27.50, $35, $65, $79.50 and $95
Original Prices ranged up to $1 95
Also to-morrow, the following exceptional values in
Women's Dresses and Dancing Frocks
Dresses, of printed radium silks and crepes, for afternoon wear.
Dancing Frocks, of silk shadow lace, with panels of taffeta silk, in beautiful pastel shades.
special at --29.75
. . . 37.50
Equally large reductions have been marked on our stocks of
Women's Separate Skirts
of silks and stylish woolen fabrics, in a wide variety, including handsome Roman-striped materials; tailored
in most desirable models. Specially priced at $4.75, 7.50, 9.75 upwards.
Cotton and Linen Dress Fabrics
A number of the most desirable tissues for making
up Summer dresses will be offered at a special Main
Moor counter, to-morrow, at quite remarkable reduc?
tions from regular prices, as follows:
French Dress Linens, 46 inches wide: in a complete variety
of this season s shades, including white; also
Novelty Crepe de Chines, double width, in white grounds
with colored Russian cord and lace stripe effects; and
French Bourette Crepes, double width, in a desirable assort?
ment of new shades,
All at 39c a yard
Regularly about double this price.
Also, on the Second Floor, extraordinary reductions
on the balance of the season's high class
And an interesting collection ol
Fancy Crepes and Ratines, at 68c and 95c a yard
Formerly $1.00 and 1.50 Yard
in all fashionable varieties, in profuse assortment on
the ?Main Floor, including latest models for sports,
steamer and automobile wear; also exceptionally at?
tractive collections of imported flowers, fruits, foliage,
ostrich and fancy feathers.
The following special values for to-morrow:
Hemp Hats, in white or black. . special at $1.65
Blsck Milan Hats, special at 2.75
Both varieties are shown in a broad assortment of correct
Spring and Summer shapea.
Tailored Hats, special at $4.25, 5.50
In smart models, all white or black with white trimming.
Dress Goods Offerings
The Dress Goods Department on the Main Floor,
offers for to-morrow, the two following groups of
seasonable and fashionable dress fabrics:
M.50 Imported Serges, at 98c a yard
54 inches wide; fine twill, light weight; suitable for
dresses and tailored suits, in cream, white and navy blue.
French Shepherd Checks, at 75c Yard
All wool, in black-and-white checks of various si/es.
Also, to-morrow, on the Main Floor, a Special Sale of
Arranged in skirt, suit and dress lengths; comprising
wool, and silk-and-wool materials, such as fine serges,
gabardines, failles, crepes, poplins and various plain and
novelty suitings; in a wide variety of fashionable coloring?.
including black; all at very greatly reduced prices.
Attention is directed to the Fourth Floor displays of
composed of extensive artistic collections of Lace.
Net. Swiss, Scrim and Madras varieties, in quantities
that assure complete equipment for hotels, clubs and
For Monday, the following special offerings:
Scrim Curtains, w?th lace insertion; Regularly $2.00 to 3.50.
Special at . . $i.i0, 1.35 and 2.25 a pair
Cream Madras Curtains, in dainty patterns; Regularly $1.75
to 3.25; special at $1.10, 1.75 and 2.25 a pair
Also To-morrow, a Special Sale of
Red Cedar Storage Chests, dust and moth proof;
Value $9.d0 to $23.50; special $6.75, 8.75 and 13.50