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ifl.,i T THE SUN, SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1800. ' I
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ili j The Power Behind Our Shoe Bargains
jj ' ; QOME people (and often people who should know better) fail to comprehend the truth about our Bargain
' j 1 1 i tj Shoes.
31 , One reason for this is found in the antiquated stocks that arc usually offered at bargain prices. Cheap
f i enough, quality considered; too dear for use, style considered. They disappoint would-be buyers and cause many
WM people to discredit all special shoe offerings. , . . .
jSj: i Another difficulty arises from the sophistry that condemns all up-to-date shoes offered as bargains, because
- 'ml I they retail at less than cost of production, and the skepticism that suspects all shoe bargains of a dishonest spot
15 f somewhere.
mlHj These several conclusions are every one of them wrong because based upon fallacies.
j AH It is possible for us, even in times of prosperity, to sell shoes at retail for less than wholesale prices or even
' jjj'l ' cost of production. This comes about from various causes. Among them the following :
, fijflj ' Manufacturers of shoes at the present great scale of production frequently become overstocked.
:jf fj Large orders sometimes fail of delivery because of financial difficulties.
:hJi Many very large manufacturers desire at some point in the year to close out their entire stocks.
;'! j ' These and other causes very frequently make forced sales of Shoes desirable. At such times the natural
lj f " tendency of high-grade stocks is toward Wanamaker's. This has been true for so many years that it is time wasted
jf: to enlarge upon it.
jgj If i The present selling on the fifth floor is an illustration of these truths.
ill f Main Floor Shoe Store
II Shoes for Sport All Kinds
jj; ;j F.semliina that i good ami .Irslrably in iW'rt
Ri(:4 , and simrtiim ' for mm and women. Com.
RE M ' "rte aVsnrtrnonts nf Onlfghncs lth rub r
f : I ,1 .lisls.Ht arrit.K Shoe, with rlkhld " ""b-';. nu'1!
!J J,' ! j, Rboen. tan. black. Murk l";'v.',u,,LVnnl": ",' nl
(fill t H finds, Osinnasliim Oxfords. Mens Shootlnc,
fj , ji !iJ rroapectlnit and ltltltnie lluota.
f 11 ' Finest Footwear
jLlj y I Men'x nula talf lai-o Iwots or Oxford shofs at
II 31 0 ' llen:il"ratent leather lai-AclreMjhoef. made br
IIJl El band. f the bel jirncurahlo leathers. -....
HI; Si vSmen'-Oxford .boe., all vatent leather with f "11
l(.lt f tnr and extended soles. Hie a man shoe; .
III!) M in, narrow ine.llulit welulit. turned eolfa ami
II Sr" m Louis XIV. heels, an exquisite dress shoe; ...
f I Fifth Floor Shoe Store
I I Children's Shoes at 25c.
Ill1 IS 2.M1 lialraof Infanta' hnr made In John Knnl,
J!,I Jg wlinsenanie for thirty eM has lieenaviiony
!' Jj moua with hlcli class babv ebon. These ate
1)1 i niade of finest black kldakln nnpera with leather
Jill 51 soles; sires 1! to M A toll widths llrirular prices
1 , VI are II to 1, 50 a pair. Choose to day at .:rc.
1 Women's Shoes at $1.50
III M I.art:e additions ha.n made this lot i.artlenlarlr at
I 31 VKi tracti.e. Fomo pretty idald top laced shoes that
HE ;H ere made to sell at 8.W. ami some broken sUes
Hi! jB X from our 13 Hues.
1 II Men's Shoes at $2.50
JJ 1! S Added to dar Rfu. pairs Mac k Cordovan (selected
Ha t Imreehlde that wears like steel and polishes like
llij; glass) and of russet calfskin, in the modern toe-
!1 JR rhapea. for present wear. a bae (old these
!, if f shoes for a.r.o.
I I Boys' Shoes at $1.50
jfl ft Blrea 12 to r.W.ln V andKwldth: solid ahoss ot
fj liniueatlnncd qualitri atrliah enough to suit faa-
j ' MS H tldlousjrountcraen'.durableaaauyparentcanaik.
- i ' Men's A Breat deal of
' 1 1 e ' r c i work and studv
I I I Spring Suits have been de-.
' 1 ". voted to the preparation of our
! Spring -stocks. We are satisfied with
, I the result. So will you be when you
j; II see what we have to offer and learn
n if how little th.e cost for worthy, stylish
f I ! ' clothing. H- it's desirable, the cloth
i 1 is here. If it's good style we have
jj! h it. Some suit prices:
' Wi At $10 -Of striped uray cheviot: sack suit with
)! V. double breasted vest.
ii At $12 Of nest gray cheek cheviot: sack anlt with
1 ' douhle-breaated eat; $15 would be a falrpnre.
At $1K Of Telonre, striped worsteds, club checks,
aji .J t andof cheviots; tnadein beat manner, $20aluas.
1j i M In better eradea at $1, $20nd$25.
fj! $ Becond floor, Fourth avenue.
For Men, To-Day
First A most remarkable lot of shirts; one of those gorgeous chances
that come through stock adjustments. Fancy shirts, both in
starched and soft bosoms, and a miscellaneous lot of goodness
covering forty or fifty styles and almost as many lines. Cheviots,
percales and madrases, some of imported, some of domestic fab
rics, and shirts that have sold at prices from 75c. each to $2.50
each. There are plenty of the higher priced ones, too, although
of course they will be the first to go.
Choose at 35c. each; 3 for $).
Second 2,400 Ties, flat string ties. They have been made up from the
same sorts 4of silks that went into our famous 50c. scarfs.
Mostly dark colors, just the colors you will want.
Choose at 2 for 25c.
Third Men's Bicycle Suits, 225 of them. Made of over-plaid cheviots
with plain and plaid cuffs. We call them $5 and $6.50 suits after
comparing them with other suits retailing at those prices. We sell
Fourth New Bicycle Trousers, an " 1899 model" in men's wheel wear.
Made from new fancy plaid cheviots and cassimeres, and cut in the
"half-riding" style, that is, with the loose leg and tight calf, like a
horseman's riding breeches.
$3.75, $4.50 and $6.
Fourteen Thousand Handkerchiefs
At Twelve-and-a-Half Cents Each
Some of these are 75c. goods, the finest kinds of men's hemstitched
handkerchiefs. Some of them are 50c. goods, women's hemstitched
handkerchiefs. Whatever they are, you may have such as you choose at
the rate of two for a quarter, and if you have ever had a better handkerchief
chance in New York, we don't remember when it was.
Trifling imperfections, of course, explain this terrific reduction. And
they are really trifles. You will have to look sharp to find them. In mahy
cases you will do better than we can, if you find them at all.
For men, women and children. All linen, of course. The lowest
value in the lot is a fifteen-cent grade, not many of them.
Main aisle, Droadway.
j JOHN WANAMAKER
I; , Formerly A. T. Stewart & Co., Broadway, Fourth Avenue, Ninth and Tenth Streets.
n a r i
I; I knutrmrnt0.
I It PHILHAMONTGm
1' SI 1KI.S-Hftj.seenth8oason 18i
ill 5 ! KMI1. rAUU .. .('DMIIICTUIl
111 Eighth Concert, Saturday, April 8. at 8.15 P. M.
I MME. TERESA CARREN0, Piano.
1 f M. ANTON VAN ROOY, Baritone.
j 1 rnodiiAMMK.
' Fymphony, No. h, f major, op. P3, Beethoven
j I BoDia by Hrahms, Schubert and ikhuinann.
; . I'oncerto for llano. A minor, Orlec
'j Wotan'a Farewell and Manic 1'lre Scene from
" Die Walkuere" .. YVacner
' Mox office open dally from u to .. Beats from 7&c.
to $2, Doxea $12 and $ir. General Admieaion, $1,
t Choice seata and bnxt a for Concert still for sale.
I. i Alt;. ni:iiin:i.i:.N, fwreury.
3 !' ETMDIDET TIIKATRK. U'wayandJntnat.
- tlllrlnt Kenlncs, H:2n. Matinees. 2:in.
J CUAIU-ES FUOHMAN Manager
H I Matinees To day and odiiesdsy,
! "Another Empire Success."
; . "A DECIDKD 1IIT." Ucrald.
1 EMPIRETHEATRE COMPANY
j I . Presenting the famous comedy,
i "LORD AND LADY ALGY,"
H . By It. C. Carton, author of " Liberty Hall."
B ' 'j RARmrtt fffEATIlKr35th st , near nroadway,
m. i UMnniUI F.veulnus.H:10. Matinee To-day at 3.
) Charles Frohmsn Presents
I ! SIRS. LESLIE CARTER
Ss . i In DaTld Delaaco'a Great Play,
From the French ut liurlou A blmon.
Bj 'j Matinees To day and Wednesday.
I t'harlea Frohman Presents
' j (llllette's Wonderful Success.
; BECAUSE SHE
I LOVED HlfVl SO.
; "THU I.ITT1.K MINIVri'.H OK rAKCE."
! i Kenlns, 8:30. Matinees, 2;tn.
!! PAL ARE 6(.mi"- continuous :.55
il I flLflUU n,lav- I'KKFOllMANX'KllP.M.BOc.
MARIE WAINWRIGHT -,,,.
,1 VUU1 HIIKl'l'Altl), mTiii. (id VHlidevlllel
I l.adlea (Afta... All On h., 2.'u.
U 1 : PRnr.TnR'R 23d st. CONTINUOUS 7,nff
t ,,UU Ul 2r.c.r.()c.I'iformance.10.4fip.M.
II NEIL BURGESS.
l f Skirni A I'AMl'llKI.I., Mnntjoniery K Htuue. The
I hawnaJfrankCushmaiotbtrs, (treat laiiKluui: bill.
Ki (. QflTHFPNl LASr MdllT AT N.
1 f ' OW1 IICKII I.ST MT "IODAY AT 2.
If ' The KING'S MUSKETEER
SOTK. MR SOTIIKIIN will appear neit week at
I I the Columbia Theatre. Br. oil) u.
H3I NKNT 1VKKK. .M'l.IA MAHIOWK
S UN A SEW 1'IAVl I'Ol.l.VKTTi:.
G .BKT8SOW ON bALK.
Ij ACADEuIY j uth'st. and lnlcir pi.
F0. OllmoreandKut;etioTi.'i!ipktn Props Mrs.
1 DENWAN .vrn THE OLD
1 THOMPSON AflJJ HOMESTEAD
! Pncea, 26-KO-7r..i oo.
f Mats. To dsy and Weil, at 2 Kienlngs B 15.
M WEBER & FIELDS "itHl'-.P.T,.?-
B The Sew ilurlean.nn In lnujunctlon with
K HELTER SKELTER c'SSlJiV
Hi I DAQTnR'lt roNTlNiot's
f. , SO i 30 CKXTs, l'illlO UNTIL It l. M.
E ,1 JONT.S. OIUST .V .IONF8. T11K OLKHSONS.
H j. DIXON, UOftFKS A 11IXOX. IIH.I.Y VAX
K hurray sKra mat7eyeby1w!
H I'ntire bouae. Matinees, 2.'..-. Kcntnf,2c. and 30c.
Urury V Dounelly I This "V I'AlltMAN
V! Mo.kl'o, I iek. KOMAM's-:."
i trtttT, A. T,lK',,,K Uroailway and 2th st
M ftiffl. MRS. FISKE.
i f I TKSS OF TIIK It'l'ltllKUMI.I.hs.
V. -iiiaB . Wsar Xuss,, Aj.r. 11. Mr. Uoihlau, CltUco l'lerre.
Ilundrerla Turnrd Awar Nightly.
SfAUISON HQl'AKI-; (lAllDKX.
Twice Dnlly, 2 nml 8:15 I'. 31.
BUFFALO BILL'S i J
WILD WEST. 'If
ROUGH RIDERS. ' fr-f
Nothinit else like It In the world. The old aa well
as the I'oiine ttuicht facts by this exhibition His
tory Is depicted by llilnc picture, aloim with the
latest historic eteut, the
BATTLR OF SAM JUAN HILL,
Prices: Osllcry, 2Bc: Balcony. &nc.; Arena, II:
Iloiestseatlmtsii) $12; blnle Uox Seata, 12, Hrst
Tier Box Heat', fl.r(i.
Children under H j ears naif Price to Matinees only.
BIKTIUU'OI.ITA.N OI'KB.t IIOt'SK.
81'NDAY F.VENINO. APItH. II, AT 815.
NINK1EKNT1I AND LST 8LM)Y CONCERT.
I-ast Appearance In these Concerts of
SCnU.MANN.IIEI.NK, K.lfJI.K, DII-PEL,
VAN ItOOV. AND IlrtSKNTHAL.
,.. ...''AU,l'S "HAND OIICHE3T1IA.
EUIL PAUK . CONDnCTOR
Seats Now on Bsle at Box Otliie.
Bteinay k Sons' Piano Used.
'iiV'l CHAUNCEY OLCOH .&
llflt'SK. I In A Romance of Athlone. Mat. 2:10.
wkkk. OLGA fET8afEltSl,E':.
Monday Y. enine, " The Becond Mrs, Tanqueray,"
Tuesday Kveutuu. "Carmen,"
Wednesday Evening, "The Termagant."
Tbnrs. and Sat. Ergs., First Time". " The Piofllgate."
1'rl. Kvk. and Bat. Mat., "Camllle."
Kft 2d year. Always In English, no artists.
MERRY WIVES of WINDSOR
Eig'sJ&.r.n, 7f. f 1. Mat. To day. l.iou seats 26c.
Next Wee- UAhMEN (In Enuliah.,
lint time in Nt Vori,
DWIGHT L. ELMENDORF'S
Marvellous illustrstad lecture
ENTIRE WAR WITH SPAIN IN CUBA.
Broadway Theatre. ev'M.?'.':
Monday, Ayri! 10." Puma Night." Novel Horn culrs,
2?kr THE MUSKETEEE8.
JMES O'NKII.I. as D'AIITAQNAN.
CAUNKOli: HALT.. SONO IlKriTAL.
MONDAY AITERNOON, Apnl 10, AT 8.
Reserved ssats 7.".c. to 2. Boxes u and 112.
Rale at box ofU.-e CAKNKQir, 11AI.I..
asaw SAM T. JACK'S TIIKATUR,
J3 WW AY AND 21'TH 8T. Tel. 3llT(I 38th.
YW 2 Big Bhewa Every Day, Sand .
.facto I'lK MOIILI..
Va Numberless Naughty Niceties!
PlCllin I I HOWDKI) MAT. TO-I1AY!
UAOirtU i I The Blar hpectacular Musical Farce'
I:Vlk il IN CAY PAREEII
April 12 "1U lie Night' 1st Anntierssr) nl.oinlon.
niinll ' E us. 8.20. Mat. To-day.
BIJOU INSTANTANEOUS HIT!
THEATRE THE PURPLE LADY
?A"i-55?TO victoria &&
ROGERS BROS. .A REIGN OF ERROR.
MAT1NKK TQ.DAV AT !!;
THK -MATINKi: TO.liAY.-
nrWFV ' Knlckribnrkrrlliirlraiiiirirs.
Ubtlbl, The heuiatlonal Duel. Hatty's Bears.
' 14th St i Bclmore A l.ee and a Orand Burlesque.
mWnTJB mile, fifi
11) uh louv.. April 31. ITIUUL.I I H II
1 COLUMBUS. A I A Tkei.
xt Y tifi Hoot. i'ltiiiiaaiODs aud Vituderiile,
MWrVJvV? Broadway and 80th it.
, KXOllJIOl'S htri'CESS.
Herald sava "One of the funniest farces that has
ever been iiresnted here long-continued
Charles Irohmsn presents the latest London
A Comedy Farce In .1 Acts.
' A racy and hilarious lane " Malland Express.
Downright clever fane, lull of brand-new char
acters. '-Alan Dale.
"Truly a gay bird ' Presa.
" Will make people lauuh until their sides ache."
Telegraph 8I1A1S 4 ttrEKS IN ADVANCE.
MAT. WKHXKMIAV ANU .1ATt"IA V.
ORIENTAL ART EXHIBIT.
COSTKIHUTEH BY '
A. A. VANTINE & CO.
Open April 3 to May 13-1) A. XI. to 10 P. M.
PSTER SL BFAUS
M HCC1I I . I BRILLIANT
?n:S7l!,rj"N0 NFW VACDKVII.LE
KEITH'S continuous performance
mlssl I II fj 2Bc r.nc. Noon ton P.M.
Ml'fiH'AI, IIAI.K. IIAIIIIV flll.KOII..
Ibograjih, Eddie OM)elbJlajiley and Jan Is.
I VsTt Filial 4har.and23ilst.,st:30sharii
.IOIIN INGKKF1KLI) !
Mnndijr, Rupert of Uentzail, with J. K. Hackett.' ' '
1 4TV .sJ,.T,!!,EfV.Tr'K't'"r-"lh av. Ma7sVed7irSai;
X J LAST WyEK-KEIMUlT FOll DUTY.
Splendid I'jai. Thrilling Battle Scene.
NEW GUOtJPd. (Mai OYPSY MUsia
flAIV'C Every Kvsnlnc atTiis."
UAL I 0 TUi: (JIIKAT ItUUY.
"" w Ml.aRehauasLadyOarnstt.
Matinees Today and Wed.. Italy.
I RVINCi FLACK THEATRE. " " '
i . .... ""NM.NTIIAt,.
To-.lai, Mvt.. lat time " Nathan derWelse."
To-u'ghi, " Die alten Junggesellen," by Bardou.
GRAND W a v0iTBfatAT- T0-BV
OPERA MAY IRWIN m ,ATK
STAR. T&. AT PINEY RIDGE. ftT 10
Nexmeek- stranger In New York. Orch.oOe
kv ti llaro (jooil fortuna for us
I WB'lvliL 2,000 pairs of 4.00
I m xSk Russet Shoos at
lJjfev Tho nowcat Spring; lasts,
QkdriXL0 linlldoff, College and Ca-
THE FIRE SALE CONTINUE8.
Salvage from tho great flro on SUth
Cnmmeyer's Shoes bought at auction
from tho Flro Underwriters.
Trlcea 1.08, 2.20, 2.50, 2.05.
About halt their value.
BOYS WEAR OUR $2.50 SHOES M
. Our large business and method IjJ
Uof selling at one profit through r
H6o stores is the reason whyi
viwc can sell a shoe for 3.50 ir'
Ithat costs elsewhere from U
165.00 to $7.00. tl
n. Y. STORES: 433, 1549 Broadway, U
VA43 Cortkndt St., 974, 2202 3d Ave., 220
WW. 125 St., i458th Ave., J J4 Fulton St.
BROOKLYN: 708,710, 1367 Broad- '
way, 421 Fulton SU 494 5th Ave. A
V JERSEY CITYi -V
JO Newark Avenue. A
N NEWARK: 785 Af
' SO KO SIS"
THE NEW SHOE FOll WOMEX
S3. SO per pair.
Ou Snle, in Xew York City,
JAMES KIcCKGEKY Si. CO.,
Bromlwny mid 1 1th St.
Collcncj! ami jSrhool.-J.
For Girls & Vounc Women-City S. Country.
tiprlnc term opens April 10, speila) Inilneements.
Ireeacholai'shlpalllm'ill.Met Tl tuple. Ttliv.,Utliat.
For Vounc Men & Women City tt Country.
Over 8,000 students hao been prepareil at New
York Preparatory School, ir. W. 43d at.; classes an J
Drirate work. Students may enter now.
For Bojs mul Younc Mem-City mul Country.
SACRED HEART ACADEMY,
Reject Catholic Boanllnc Ht'lmol; educational ad
vantages unsurpassed; open all year; special summer
course Address Dro. ArOl'ST. West Clie.ter, N. V.
"B'ttiQ oxpendlture, annually; heulthfulnnss rt
markable; backward Individually coached success
fully conducted: fortieth year; references, llerup
itead (X. Y.) Institute.
SCHOOL OF ACCOMPANYING,
SSI FIFTH aviinui:.
The art of accompanlUK tauieht lu a cnuraa of
twenty lessons. Vocal teachers and slnzers fur
Dished with professional accompanists. Open all
year. ISAUKI, McCAI.L, lilrector.
Danclnu School. 21 East 17th st., near 11' war.
rrirate and class lessons daily; bertlnnsra any time.
(schools of rtiyslcni CuHuro.
CUtlMMINf! iKSTitucTioN ion
art' i mm i iiu. vomkn and children.
Herkeler Blmmlng School, 13 West 44th street.
HOW TO OKT .sTno.NI., reduce coriiufency,
cure dyepejisla. Wood's (l)mnaslum, 6 East 2Blh
it.; entrance, S, monthly dues, 2.
A Ilcllable and Kfllcleut
Educational Business Ilureau.
JOHN C. I10('KKLI.. Manaser.
3 East 14th St.. Xew York city.
AMERICAN, twelo months' travelling throughout
Cuba for Oore rnment. itralrca connection srlih
stroug representative to further their Interests in
Cuts. Letters and Indorsements from Oorcruor
Otneiol aud highest otfliials. Peraonal Interview.
A, K. W., box Son Hun oltlce,
MANHATTAN IIOl'MICLKANINO AND RENOVAT
IN( UUUEAU, 143 West 'Jilth st.-WIll send to do
ill kinds ot bouse cleaning at short notice; best city
references; send forilrculsm. Tel. 4H4U lHth it.
DE8KH. Roll tops, partitions, railings, tables?
afea, letter presses, counters, shelvtngs; stores,
offices tilted. FINN D110B., 2t$-32 Centre it., bet.
Heads and Duaiia.
ru.r j.Afc.rfcipjsvaJ ii.lss,'iis4 ifcsi-i.i. .a-.i I i m isnasssMawwaasai
JEr; pilKlft flNEpiniMTUiffl
THE SUMMER BEDROOH
lllut bo ilainty the hangings delicate.
Dainty muslin curtains, edged with
fluted rufllcs, from To cents. Effective
cretonnes in flowery Dresden designs
from 15 cents a yard.
In furniture, light, graceful and con
venient. Hird'K-eye maple in modified
I.otiis XVI, designs, with simple carv
ings, pine cones, flowers and floating
ribbons 3-pieco suits, $31.00. Birch
suits of 3 pes., tastefully carved, $20.00.
Vernis Martin dressing tables, 25.00
anil $30.00' (reduced from $40.00).
1'or comfort and coolness this summer
"BUY OF THE MAKER"
Ceo. C.Flint Co.
gianofortcc, rflanji, dt.
COR. TIFTII AVE. AND SIXTEENTH STREET.
At no time during the history of our fifty
years of existence hare we been eo well
equipped to meet all demands of the Flano
purchasing public, aa at preaent.
New Uprights and Grands, aeeondhand
Uprights and Grands, slightly used Uprights
aud Grands at prices and terms that will be
If not ron enlent to call, send for catalogue!
and particulars by mall.
COR. 6TII AVE. AND 19TII ST.
ST E IN WAY & SONS"
NO. 101) K. 14TH hTHEKT,
HaM slwavson hand a largo stock of
of almost r ery make, their own Included, taken In
exchange for new Htelnnay pianos. These Instru
ments sre In good order, having beeu thoroughly re
paired by us, aud they are oUered at lowest possible
f-lleTiirei of Uncus Stolnnny rinnns.
POPULAR PEASE" PIANOT"
ins West 4'.'d St.. Just est of 6th ar.
The seme of perfeition, direct from manufacturer;
competition prices; cur terms, llargalna In used
Pianos, taken in exchange, (100, 1100. Call or write
A Large Assortment of the Celebrated
ivi:ks aV IO.M B'IAOS.
Also a number of others, second-hand, including
Htelnwaj and flickering I'prlants.cheap.
Qigh-urade. 1'IANOI TO ltKNT a specialty.
I.OL'IS .1. JOSCKI.VN, JOEA8T ISTII 8T.
EUAVIUT'L new upright pianos, $135: Btsinway
uiiright. bargain. WINTEIIUOTH, 108 East
Hth st.; branch. 114 5th ay.
"lJAUOAINS.-lteduced prlcea In upright pianos:
-aJ Chlckerlug grand, llso easr payments.
C1I11IHTMAN. It) East 141b at.
C JIIKAT 1IUIOAIN3. ON .. INSTALLMENTS.
T ll ll'WAHD IIKN1H 3.00 UPWARD,
Bend for catalogue . ...GORDON'S. 189 fifth ar.
IAIIGK aasortment, slightly used, tnn to tllfi;
i rent 111, small installments. OUVUIER BROS..
lSEast 14th st. '
J1IANO bargain; elegant upright, 18.1; new up
rights, I r.T.; rent, fi up. UAHN'B. lflli W. 3d st.
KKLIAI1LE Connor I'ianos. Kstab. 1877. High
grade. Medium price. Easy terms, renting;
exchanging. 4 East 1j!d su
51 inri-1'80?. k HAMLIN; upright Btsinway,
94.VU 156: Chlrkering, $100; rentT (I up.
1 h fiUlLEICUEll 4 B0NS, V Tfet lith It,
Weit Fourteenth Street
Tk shoe sale -
UNIQUE OUT-OF-THE-ORDINAR Y
UNIQUE, because not being a sale of old styles, odd sizes or I
manufacturers' accumulation of months, it is an
OUT-OF-THE-ORDINARY offering of 1
New UptQ"Date Shoes 1
'- :: z i i
fresh from the makers complete in assortments 1
AT PRICES I
that ensure values unequalled in any sale of recent years I
THIS OFFERING COMPRISES I
Shoes for Ladies, for Misses, for Boys and for Babies thousands 1
of pairs come with certainty of finding any size or width I
no disappointments. I
Ladles' $2. Sboei 1.50 Olrls' I.2S Sprlog Heel Shoes -79 cU. 1
Fins Vlcl Kld-Uutton and Uca-noxlble soles Flno Soft Dor.Kola-rutont leather tlp-mclluu, 1
medium opera toe-all sizes-all widths. toe-extension so'o! sizes 11 to 2.
Ladles' $2.00 Shoes-l.SO Children's P. Cox Shoes I
Fin, ponU K7" "d8"'d One of the best of the best Kno-n make-oom. I
BulldOB toe-medium weight extension sole. ana sef ,ccab,0
a mi t tt en n i.a. at rtt . cents for sizes ." to R I
Ladles' $1.50 0!ords 98 cts. 12r, f0rslz?s kmoWs 1
BlackDonBOlaKldorBoftTanKid-oaktanned 1,59 forslzesll to 2 I
solos-latest shapos-Evon at height of soason
a dollar fifty would be moderate for these. ,..,. ,.i..i . ... I
Boys' Veal Calf Shoes with Heels I. If 1
Ladies' HandturO Oxfords 1.98 Stout soles-shoes made by a maker thitthor. I
Fine Soft Blaek Dongola Kid-now patent oushli'understands the wearn boy's shoo ecu I
lenther Up fancy seallop heel foxing and must withstand
Double price would not buy creator comfort. The kind that usually soil at 1.50 I
Sizes 12 to 5's. H
Did you ever hear ot
Ladies' Patent Leather Shoes at 2.98 Boys' Spring Heel Shoes 99 cts. I
If you come to-day you'll find them in nil sizes Dlack Veal Calf and Tan Goat-broad backstay I
and widths Cloth Top-Handturn Identical made for tho wear a healthy boy would clr 1
quality shoe stores sell at H and $5. them Best stock
Notlilnc cheap about thorn but the price. 9
1( you want real "Freacby" shoes I
Loolc aC Babies' 75 cent Shoes 49 cts. I
Louis Qulnze Oxfords 208 Tun, Black. Bed; Laco. Button; I
Louis Qulnze Boots 3.S0 Hard and soft soles. I
Fine Fronch Kid Handturn. BIzcb 2 to 0. I
rS ts & SB
Among reasons for groat popularity of our
Boys' Clothing are tho large assortments
we offer For customers to como here for
any kind of a suit, ot any size from three to
sixteen years, and not find something to
please. Is almost unheard of Our great
sales previous to Easter surprised even our
selves, but great as they were, no trace shows
In any diminution of assortments they are. as
To-day thsre will be
ANOTHER GREAT SUIT SALE
BAILOR SUITS for BOYS 3 TO 10 YBS.
New and natty-ln those "fetching" color
combinations that characterize ourSallor Suits
Tan and Navy plain colors, checks and
mixtures silk braid or soutache trim shields
or collars brightened with embroidered an
chors, and other nautical and military designs.
FIVE SPECIAL LOTS
Clothiers and outfitters will object to our
naming such prices for the qualities they rep
resent, but our customers will not.
DOUBLE BREAST SUITS
Cheviots, Cassimeres, Serges, Worsteds and
Clays Navy, Black and Light and medium
oolors. 7 to 10 years
2.98 and 3 98
All Coats have cloth undercollar, lapels cut
wldo (which prevents getting out of shape)
and piped linings, besides other details ot
finish and workmanship usually found only In
suits at far higher prices.
Three Great Offerings
Ladies' One Lambskin 1 button
Black. White and Spring Shades
Five Hook FosUr Lacing 79
Ladlos' 2-Clasp Gloves Fine Lambskin
Mode. Tan, Red, Brown,
White and Blaok
Self color or Black Emb'r All sizes... . 69
Ladles' Suede, Mocha and Glace
Gloves 2 and 3 olasp and 4 and 8
button lengths all sizes warranted.. . 98
Above prices are less than the same qnavl
itles can again be Imported for.
c -as m
Two Great Specials
Misses' Tailor Mad Suits 1
result of a purchase just made at
TWO-THIRDS VALUE 1
At SIX XINETY-EIOHT 1
Tailor made Hulls, such as until now I
could not bo sold under 10.50. I
Chovlot Sergo. Herringbone and Plain I
Cloth JacketH satin lined look them I
overcarafully. Inside and out I
You'll find only cause for praise. I
At NINE NINETY-r.IGHT I
Very stylish Tailor made Suits Box and I
fly front Iteefers or Scallop and Pointed I
Eton Jackets I
Coverts. Homespuns and Venetians
Best Spring Colorlngs-Qunlity and I
finish worthy of the far higher price R
they were Intended to sell for. I
We have a number of I
FINE WHITE ORGANDfJ DRESSES I
That have boen 0 08. 7.08 and 8.03 I
We'll sell them to-day at ono price I
All with drop skirts or slips daintily trlrn'd I
with laces and ribbons-high and low neek I
Ages 0 to 12 years-only ono ot a style. I
EXQUISITE NOVELTIES IN I
WHITE DRESSES I
Organdy. Lawn and Tolnt d'Esprlt made la I
most offcctUn stylos, tastefully trimmed I
7.09.. 0.08. 12.08.. 14 OS.. 10 09 1
Have you seen the Girls' Iteefers at 1.98T I
Thst Smokers Have a Shire
the following amply prove 1
Full size KEY WEST HAVANA CIGARS
good flavor Box of Fifty. 2,49
mixed Havana filler Boxof23.... .99
AU-tobacco "LITTLE GIANTS" I
BoxofFlfty 39 I
DUKE'8 CLIPPINGS I
for pipes or cigarettes I
a cloan good smoke Half lb 19
SAMPLE LINE OF PIPES
just purchase.1, brings us a
quantltyof Fifteen and Twentycent
kinds. Inoludlng" Manila." to soil at .10
Olympla Double draught
cool smoke 29
FlriAtr; ( 29 cent Spray3 and Wreaths .14
1 iuwuo j 49 cent Sprays and Wreaths .24
"RoHnroH 69 cent Sprays and Wreaths .39
IVSUULCU 98 cent Sprays and Wreaths .69
Roses. Bluets. Clovers, Topples. Violets, and lots ot other garden and wild flowers: also
foliage-reduced as stated to gain needed spaoe and as Saturday Speolal Attractions.
ALSO 0N SECOND FLOOR
Ladles' Navy Blue Golf Capes- Ladies' New Braid Hats-hand-sewed BB
plaid linings adjustable collar,. 6.419 on wire frames-ohlp and fancy
Fancy Solid Braid and Jet Capes- erowns-all colors 48
taffeta lined full ribbon ...... .
and lace collar 99a Ladles'EngllshWalklngand Round
Covert and Tailor Cloth Jaokets ' bSIm'" Rit 7Q
-half or full satin lined-fly front., fl.98 Bcarf and quill trim 79
Fine Clay Jackets-taffeta lined ; also Girls' Wide Brims-Tarn crowns
Light col'd Kersey, taffeta silk lined.. 9.93 offanoy Tuscan straw-fancy trim.. .79
Wool Cheviot Suits-silk lined jackst-
vehet collar or braid trim 1198 Ladles' Sateen Corsets-4 and 5 hcok I
Fine Venetian Cloth Butts-colors double sldo steels- I
and black-full silk lined 16.98 black, white and drab-all sizes 79 I
Fine Taffeta Bilk WaUta for street Chlldren'a Twilled Corded Waists- 4 W
or erenlog wear 5,93 patent fastenera-relnforced .24 I