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CITY DEMOCRATS CONFIDENT
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7 HI ilEUT PECT TO ELECT E EIfrlU MAYOR MAYORnlELLS MAYORf
IfrlU nlELLS f rJLr4 t vs S SUCCESSOR Slcrsson11111111
1111 a i hnl I hniisp I1nhI In tlie tll Political Atmos Atmosphere AtmollItft AtinoptIfTI ¬
phere IH lIn4tr astrr a > No Longer r Feared Fearedrt earedlal1
> rt t rail t Supreme Court Justice JusticeInst JUlticeIaI Jutteenst
Inst nst nr rrescnt 1rl tnt Ukvly Uk ty to lie Nomi Nominal NomlnillldTho omI omIitetI ¬
nal nillldTho itetI ril rIte 1cnirs h ut51lpubllcan Republican Plans Plansf
If f ll Ib t right ri ht kind of n 1 Democrat is ianwiiiiiitixl islI1illatL1 isiniuttcd
nwiiiiiitixl for Mayor of New York city cityuriil citythi cityAflL
uriil tOwtfd this fall said former Lieut Lieutliov Lieutos
liov 0 os William I1ILAI1I V F o Sheehan yesterday yesterdayh
wh h > knows hut that he may become becomelh
lh I h PrewldwntUil Prl ntlnl candidate of his party partyHI
HI 1112 11121he WI WIThe
The tone of o hope in Mr Sheehans Sheehansr SheehansrlIIarks Sheehansruiarks
r rlIIarks inarks reflected a change in the political politicalRtniophere political1I110phItI po1itIcatinp1ier
Rtniophere hw hret1oIIt Uoiit a change whichIH which
IH IH been becnnoliet notieeftble not ictNbIe hlt for the thtllLL5t last few weeks w weeksflr1y ks kslllr
1 lllr or mwly n I year ar there had been dire direl direlrophlLi direrophCitS
l rophoci > K of disaster tli < llLster to the Democrats DemocratsIn
In tlm city til campaign n of 1800 1800Mct jgglcet
Mct or f the predictions of calamity calamityre
> re born of tho th differences factional factionaland
and ifroiml which have existed for foravwril forr1 foryaN
avwril r1 yrt > MI < b bthHtm tw en Charles F o Murphy Murphyi Murphydtkftttfl
i liitfiuii h of Tammany 1 Ll11maI1Y and Senator SenatorPitrirk SenatorIatrkk Senatoriatrik
Pitrirk Henry Utlnr McCurren loader of the theIvtiiK1 theKti
IvtiiK1 11111 county Democrats Even Richard Richardi Richardrokr
i rokpr with nil hU hi experience in local localIL localLeLir
IL LeLir ajlr UIV on 11 his hi > arrival several months monthsjinn
jinn I ai wilt 11 > convinced that tll < 1t defeat next fall fallrroiill fallnul1 fallOUII
rroiill nul1 necwwarily necLW < ouily result if the feud bo boiweD heten hotwen
ten Mr lr Murphy and his h l friends fl ends and andMr andIr
Mr Ir MiAarren and his friends win per permitted permitt perrnittkI ¬
mitted mitt to continue continueT eoiitinuu1rc
T l 1rc > re an a interpolation should be made madeXYht madeWhil madeWhilo
XYht Whilo Mr Ir Croker has forever retired retiredfiiim reUredfrm retiredfinto
fiiim artivity lI < in Democratic New ew York Yorknt YorkIity Yorkrity
nt Iity > volitics he has with perfect freedom freedomaniiiiincctt freedomInlllIIt freedoman
aniiiiincctt InlllIIt an < 1 in newspaper new paper interviews that thathe
he b ami all Democratfl would b be greatly greatlyptaiwl greatlypla greatlypIt
ptaiwl pIt I if peace relations could be re reiMnhlUhvd rtlahi rePtliThed
iMnhlUhvd lahi lltd between hotwt > en the Tammany chief chieftain chlefl ¬
tain l lJ anil the Kings county leader leat tr At Atthe Atthe Att
the t uiu < > tim HO ironclad ia h the rule ruletoncoming ruleomerning ruleenncerfling
toncoming such matters Mr lr CroUer CroUert Crolurolllcl
< t olllcl > I1l1 lci not volunteer olunt r to Mr Ir Murphy even evena
a 1 siigs 11 izgetiofl tion that he should take steps stepsiii
iii t O bride l th the chasm between himself himselfurn him himselfawl ttr ttrLn1
urn awl Mr Ir McCarron The ethics of polit political politi poUtjt4l
ical i < l1 sitiintinns and ml personalities pel > lonatitie > forbade forbadeiliit
thai Mr Ir roktr trok r should venture to suggest suggestto
10 Mr Ir Murphy a 1 change < in his policy policyHad policyHall policyUi
Had lifhard LVoker succeeded to the theTiunmany IhETmntllany theTntninany
Tiunmany leadership by h the retirement retirementnt
nt 5 John hll Kelly instead inst < ad of by the death of ofK ofliU ofIlIv
K liU llv rind Imd Kelly Kell without hint or in init int inviIihit
viIihit it t > itiMii inll from 1OIll Mr lr Croker ventured to tochr toIInr tofler
chr political Ilitilalurlviee advice concerning Crokers Crokersl Crokersrelaliolls Crokersrunl
l T5vnal relations with other Democrats DemocratsMr
Mr Ir troUer under the unwritten law of ofnrgimziuon ofrrI
nrgimziuon rora lIizatinn politics could have rightly rightlyookfcl rightlytrnktiI I I
ookfcl upon Mr lr Kellys well meant sug sugc HU HUCflinlls
c Cflinlls tiDtis nt II 0 > many man political imperti impertiimnpiv itupertitoTw
imnpiv toTw Mr 1 r Croker understands thl thtan thlrd thlr
n rd r lo fully 11111 mil while he and and Mr Ir Murphy Murphyportiiiiil lurph lurphIrsolla turphyt
t < portiiiiil Irsolla I fneiulof friplld of longstanding lon sumdinl Mr MrMtirpliv Mrlurpy
Mtirpliv by y no II word no nod no hint has hasindicated halnliml hasinticat4l I
indicated nliml < 1 to 0 Mr lr J Irokcr n desire for ad adiue adi advi
iue vi i ns to the Iii > iiMruiKtrnent of the affairs affairsof
of Tiumimny 1111111111111 IH ylitilliny Hull Hulll 1 I IIt i
l It < wuulii apptar that this iron rule of ofpnlltifHl ofrlil ofr I
pnlltifHl rlil r i I etiquette et iq Ilt te hax hi U ai not been bf > en quite quiteimtlrrtiort QuitIIldrtOti quiteijnthrtood
imtlrrtiort l by > y ome for it is frequently frequentlylifMiM i
lifMiM flint Mr 11 roker and Mr Ir Murphy Murphyinve lurph lurphhave
have > inve l Ieeci > coi 11 busy 1 > 1IY arranging iLrrall ing terms of peace peaceind pealEt peacetIIf
ind t HI all tli t lIat < it sort of thing Nono No o no Mr Mrtmkpr Mrrnker ir irI
tmkpr I nkrr may lisue as ll many political inter intornovi intrp interpresdng
novi repressing p his heartiest hopes hop for forfai fOIi forat
i fai at as a 1 he pleases but he may mil not en enturu 111lire entire
tire lire in I h outline any plan for pence pl > a < e in a atalk IItalk aN
N LLl talk with Mr tr Murphy llIrlh until untilMr untilI I IMr
Mr I Mrphy Inrph makes it plain that he desireu desireuiiueetions tlesirptltini lestresIttOflfr
iiueetions IttOflfr tini of that character r Yet the thetwi th thtv
twi 1 tv irti m ii are strong ttron friends and Mr Mrl Mrhas Ir IrhaD
l rikir haD a pcrsonalrcgardnndadniini pcrsonalrcgardnndadniinitin persona regard and lullllira lullllira11n
tin for f < t Mr Ir McCarren McCarrenIt
It hat ha h hfcn b ht en in the air that tlw th t le Deino Deinoci nemorlat eno enowre
ci rlat u wre yre r to lose the city cnuipuiKii cnuipuiKiin amrxliglfull
n i full because of these difference differencelituecn ditrtrtnctIr
lituecn Mr Ir Murphy Iurph and Mr Ir McCirren McCirrenCol
Col Roger C Sullivan Democratic ua uattunctl nafiJl1 iiatuutI
ttunctl fiJl1 < t1 committeeman for Illinois has htlSfllt hasrelt j jfelt
felt profoundly on on this matter and has haHopr i iimpressed ixpresecl
impressed opr erl himelf forcefully Col ol Sullivan Sullivanlirt ullilLIIIla
lirt felt that the Democrat would lose lotetli losetho I Idtj
tli tho city tight bfcauie of the factional factionaldifferences faetionalIliffrenCH factionaldifftreucez
differences reflected by the attitude of ofMr ofIr oflr
Mr Ir Murphy and Mr McCarren Ictarr n to ouh eihrttcr J Jnllirr
nllirr nllirrTlio rttcrVhc l < r rTII
Tlio rpai rf con > on for the returned comlilence comlilencehi
hi II Keen strange trnn e to relate that the thodifltronoH thedlf1rCnCf thedlflrencfs
difltronoH between Mr Ir Murphy and Mr MrMcCiirron MrMcarrn Ir Irkarr
McCiirron karr n continue to exist and if they theyini thtjII theynb
ini II nnly onl nb Income more acute in the thej theor theof
j rlsm < ut of many thoughtful Ihou htful Democrat Democratth
th confidence now HO noticeable noti able in inDnnowutio inDrlnocratio inirnocratic
Dnnowutio rank will crystallize into intovirtury illfoif1 intojrti7
virtury if1 17 in November novt The lh fact is isarid i i1I isirl
arid 1I < 1 y < > u 1 hear it on every side every hour hourf
of f the Ih day arid ight that not perhaps perhapsitiiin perha pertiaowithiu > 1 1lhill
itiiin a concraiJon IIrtLon will New uw York orlc city citya
< > a 1 tm4 I riddon I Mayor Mr Ir Murphy Murphyi
i vfi awaro < of this fact Whether Mr MrMi vtrM r rJdHrol1
Mi M JdHrol1 iT trin > ii i t fully conversant with this thisptint thisptnl thisp
ptint p tint fact riiiiaini to r > l he > e seen seenMr seenr
Mr lr r MKarrpn in ii fond of thinWng and andf
rof f > nyitn yiu ilH tint t 111 no Murphy candidate for forMayor forlI forlv
Mayor lv can in bo lI elected and yet Mr McCar McCariPif McCarcrV lcClIrIonal
iPif < T Ional < OIVI friends have called his hisMMoniiMi his5t
MMoniiMi 5t iI Ii in tI the fact that no McCarren McCarrenIMI
IMI pd I ti n i j fur c Mayor Iaor can ho elected electedI
111 I ii r liiinricratx I nwlrat believe that an organtea organteai a aI
i n I IvMurntt I II crut ral can boclectod he but he must musti
i p i i o iirid > > r II I lie thumb t of Slurphy or of ofnrpti of1 ofIi
Ii nrpti nrptiM irrc irrcI
M 1 > fnkor 4 fr fre uontly 111 ntly laughingly tells tellsI
I il tinifs 11m wl11 lin us leader of Tammany
Mall lIillll In Ii a e4crd krl hugh III1 h J Grant Thomas Thomasifl F FIh FI
Ih I I v ilwlltll1 ifl I llnbtrl I I ii s > r1 W Van UT Wyck to make makeS
S > M > pit > hiintH which if the positions were wereiiiii wereand
iiiii 1 p H < > d and Mr roker was W5 Mayor he heMiynr heHror hettayrr
Miynr Hror Crokiv rok r would not think of making makingr
I r I r I r says that ho made th tho the thennlll4 theI
I o ifnHidiilinri nnlll4 for tho appointments appointmentsth
th ft tho 1iivlN h OlS of Mr finint nint Mr Ir Oilroy and andlr
lr f Ant Vii In Vyi y1 > k bcauHi I cciuiso he h believed these thesestr theseollirl theseI
I rqit c ollirl str IItrflnpethen ngethen the theriignniKiition theI
I ffl I fl riignniKiition l1l1irLtioll nnd that or orir or10 orr
ir r i MOM t to Mr 1 r troker has been as tho thoth thoI
I h n th in his nostrils nostrilsMuir nOl4trillllefIpllfln nostrilsI
Muir I r MrflPllfln hUH lta shown a spirit spiritI spiritIrotJnrfpnlft
I IrotJnrfpnlft > nrpiirf < ronctrning the th recora recoran recomwIHiJII
y n Isittotifi Is Irais of C both Mr Ir Murphy and andI
I tr MlHrrpn Hrln which hits l Ipd > d Peino Peinoiti r > emo emoj
> j < iti 11 1aiiununy Ia fl timany and atu I in th the Kings Kingsmi f ingsfl
mi fl 1 orcpinlttition r aniwtion to 0 aver n r that the theriiif theI
I riiif r1 r t I r cily ri 1 Y orgatiixiition of if New Newrxviiinoi Newr
rxviiinoi r rc 111 not saps apn ina jim lifetime beablo beabloboss htablnriddetl be able ablet
t 1 boss I ridden Miiyor Lyor After tlw tlwMr thtjofr th thI
I 1 Mr tr Croker both Mr h Murphy MllrphyI
lrCnrron lr atT tirrn have requested reljuf > stfl Mayor MayorI
I I hI t III imilo nppointinnM np > olllml1nll which whllht whichltirnq
1 i i ition It Innll von > tranHpoHcdnnd I rantlpHlci and Miir Miiri IurJ
i J oI i Mwvur or < lr McCarrnn was Mayor MayorrouIJ 1I111yrd
d rouIJ Iul utJ think of f inuUinK inuUinKiTMlH nlllklnr niakingrsI
iTMlH r rsI ts t n t a 1 rule 1111 ar are a afonuient disconsolate disconsolatefipoilpnl tliHcnmmlltlofr1l1ent
fipoilpnl smashing Inhln dcfrntn dcfrntnticoiititPred IfpnuIKolllllpreri iefentsir
ticoiititPred ir > urilererl in rfrftit year yenrno
o iivn tV l vn got nt into in their I blood < l Most MostI
1 I 0 r ulk Is hopeless hnpeler II IIr
1 r t r rontly about Ary v ry Democrat Democratjgu DmooratIn
jgu 5A flAt In below Iow th the HronT ront line Un b believed hfllfevedr H vod
WffvTf r to I o I fw Kin Ih In last nt > t stronghold of of ofp
p
Democracy New York city next full fullChicago fallChicago ullChicago
Chicago has ha gono by tho board 1ittsbiirg 1ittsbiirgalso liUhllrjalso
also and St Louis on well and the na national national national ¬
tional leadem have been particularly purtioulurlyconcerned particlliarlyconcerned particularlyconcerned
concerned over tho result of tho up approaching upproalhin uppreaching ¬
preaching struggle in this city
It turns out though ufUr talks with withimportant withimportant withImportant
important Democrats in this community communitywithin cOl1lmullitywithin conIntItIltywithin
within the last few days that they have havebeen havebeen haveboon
been scared before they were hurt They Theynow Theynov lhcynow
now point out that up to this time at atleast atleast atleast
least the opposition whether it is mad mudsup madup niadeup
up of Kepublicans or 0 Independence IndependenceLeaguertt IlIdep lIldOIaflloflCtiLeaguers < I1llollco I1llollcoLeaKllcrtI
Leaguers separately or by fusion with withthe withthe withthe
the rag tag and bobtail of mushroom mushroompolitical I1IlIshroompolitical mushroompolitical
political organization joining in has haspresented halpreeentcd haspresented
presented no moral U iiuo > IIP nuch t < as the theLexow IheLexow theLexow
Lexow investigating committee file Idevelopments filevolopments de developments ¬
velopments which sweptMayor swept Mayor Strong
into the executive chair of the lit old city cityor
or the abominations of the red light lI ht diM district diMtricot dietrict ¬
trict system which elevated Mayor Ia or Ix low lowto Lowto > w wto
to he the head of the big hi city cityThe C cityrho t tThe
The only issues in sight Hi ht it is now al almost almost a a1fl08t ¬
most universally agreed ugr < etl are tho higher highertaxes hhloer1axes highertaxes
taxes and the ramifications of the debt debtlimit debtlimit Iebtlimit
limit At the proper time the Democrats Democratsit I > moral moralIt
it was said yesterday l > I < rrlay will bo 1 > 0 utile to toprove 10prove toprove
prove that tho McClellan administration administrationis Ill atho lllini init > trath rut ion ionis > n nis
is responsible for only onefifth of the theincreased Iheincreased theincreased
increased taxes of 11 1 1 cents IIt > l oi every everyhundred c everyhundred > r rhundred
hundred dollars the remainder being h > itl a aheritage aheritilge aheritage
heritage from rom tho Low I w administration administrationIt Ill mini > tmtiulI tmtiulIIt
It is truo that this incmiied tix rate rateis ilIai
is i to bo collected in October noxt Xt about aboutthe II1 aboutthe > Out Outthe
the time all al thin guns un1 will hi > booming oomill in intho inthe inthe
the great city campaign Voters oters prop property propert property ¬
erty ert owners it is it well known do not stop stopan 8101IIn
an instant to think who is i > l responsible responsiblefor
for an Increased Incrcl1 d tax ta rate and the political politicalchieftains politilalchieftllnt poliictlchieftains
I chieftains are fully alive to the damage damagethat dal1la damagethat o othat
that may ma accrue to the tli Democratic city cityticket dtytieltet cityticket
ticket because of this hi highly human argu argument argument argoment ¬
ment mentBeyond mentIk mentBeyond
Beyond Ik > onel that incroa lnereasoI > < o o1 i tax rnto rat can canthe Ianthe canthe
the deht debt limit muddle ho > conid Colhitlltd Colhitlltdan rel relan
an is issue < ue which will sufficiently mdtnth arouse arousetho arollethe arousethe
the voters to attack the > Democratic ticket ticketnt
at the polls That problem must bj bjsolved h hsoltCl lJsolved
solved later on in tho judgment jlld lI1ent of those thosewho th thwho tliowho
who have taken it up I IThe IThe IThe
The Democrats have hl aLo perked up uptheir upthtir UI UItheir
their confidence as a to the result of next nextfalls nextfalltI iiextfalle
falls campaign ampai n for the reason that the theadministration theadminitration theadministrntion
administration of Mayor Strong and of ofMayor ofIaor oflayor
Mayor Iaor Low left anything but a pleafuit pleafuittaste plpalI1ttMtO lkaInttaste
taste in political palate The eagerness eagernessof t >
of the struggle t < for oflicv which character characterized chameterir characterired ¬
ized ir d the th Citizens itiZf > ns Iuion and allied or organizations orltani71tioll organizations ¬
ganizations in the time of Mayor Strong Strongand Htron Htronnnd Strongand
and of Mayor Low U i still remembered rememberedmost
most unhappily unhappilyMayor unhappilyIaor unhappilyMayor
Mayor Iaor Strong was at his hi wit onls onlsmost enIsmost tldsmORt
most of the time and Mayor l Low ow w an1 an1his Ilnihis iirvjhis
his departmental II chief won hourly hourlvabused houriabued hourlyabused
abused soundly f and roundly by h the lie > pa patriots patriot patrioti4 ¬
triots > in the reform organiiiitions or allb Itioll who whodesired whodesired
desired a quick dividend on their political politicalinvestment pIJlititalimltmen poiitkalinvestment
investment The antics of theo th patriots patriotsunder patriotsuneler patriotstinder
under Strong and Low recall Kichari KichariCrokers Hichilrdrokers 1iichirirokers
rokers story of tho days when Samuel SamuelJ
J Tilden and ane the tll committee ComIll coiiiiiit Ice of > eveli vcnty vcntybwept nt ntwept t v vewept
wept out tho Tweed regime regimeDo
MVO Do you ou know says Mr Croknr with witha
a chuckle how many 11I111 of the Committoo Committooof ommitt ommittof
of Seventy S ent got offices No o 11It Jiitsixtyeight utt uttsixtyeight
sixtyeight Y iei sirti in Mttyeight ixtej ht of ofem ofIm
em got ot office Th 1hy y were w < r > all profi1 profi1sional profflional jirofsional
sional or business men iti and a iii h after a their theirappointment Ihlirappoinllllnt t hici r ra
appointment a few nf r thnm t paid any Ilm atten attention 111111tiIJn Oy Oylion ¬
lion whatever to 0 their oflitv Thy kept keptto
to their own vocation I hiviiig iviup tli Ihlr Ihlrof11 thioroflioic < ir irodlii
odlii of11 in i ii tho t lintd ho u t < of r iloputits t t ies and U ad whnt whntwas whutwert hat hatwas
was < th I h result Scandal tlllrln I nvery Y day dayhcandiils IIayIICHllIllg ittyscanihals
hcandiils every hour hourWhat Iiollrhal hourha
What hal t became I i of > f tte tit t it nUur t r two I vo who whodidnt whoIidnt a I Iili1n
didnt I get oflice ofliceTlioy oflil oflilMThp t1i t1ilhie
MThp Tlioy lhie > diiil IIi d sl r > plie di ct < l Mr Ir I r CroUer CroUerIl 1 r k er erIt
Il is j the th t hi ep xriii < Tiiicc nf all politician politicianDemotTatt polilidallDIttlorah IhitliiInhDei
DemotTatt Dei ns rats Hepiililicitns ltpi i I ill ta us and rid Muswiimp Muswiimporgcntttion IIwllm IIwllmor I I igv i Ui J s sorgriibuiiioii >
orgcntttion or rlli men mid othcrwN that thatMnyor IllItJuyor I lintti
Mnyor ti r Stniijj Stroll St ci in g were r h p alii ni a Ii V 0 > nnd ii 01 Miyor MiyorLow I i y ir irLoc
Low if he would sek piI < could illl tell a tale tnlewhicli talewliict It Itwhirh
whicli I would iiuik III a k the U ii professional un ifesi uui I oliiv oliivseeker olit olit4tr t tseiker
seeker and a tat the tl t pn r do > fesioiil islei in I s npnilin poil s d 1 mlll mlllgap iii in ingape ingo
gape go with admiration admirationIs
Is I the th work wor or nonwork iiii I irk of the i lie Public PublicService IlIbliSen I i i 11 Ic IcService
Service Sen te Comlllijm oinun > ion 10 become < Hllt an Usu Usuin i 15511in 1I 1Iill >
in th the city campaign i JXI xt fall TInt Tlntis lInris
is it < another a problem pri d ni now zu s confronting confrontingthoM mfrontill I fri at t I I i ithose
thoM 1110 who will Imv io il In I with itli the Ih noiinnatioiin 1I01Bination noiin lItilIan
nation an t ions on all 8 ii the II t lii ii Ih t I c Ii < et ets > The Th approach approachnitf 1 I I r OaIt OaItIII at ii I Iirig
nitf III campaign lI it i is nirl nl bid fair to u uiiejnhle t tomblJ t tentel
iiejnhle entel the th uatnpaign in th old city Iit ity f f1KW fI flsel
1KW I wlien vIi CI six 5 ix IC men 11 lII anil oneToman Oil 0 tV illnUB IIOIt I were werecandidates WncamlilllIe r reaUiiI
candidates eaUiiI tei4 for fo r the tit t I i c Mayor I a v ifs hair r Thry Thrywere Thtywre liii y yere
were ere as a follows fol los Tamniiny IntO ha nv llmh lIu I I i i gli h I 1drant IOrallt IGrant
Grant County Democracy IIIIIr1IY Abnirn S
Hewitt Ropublican Cot Joel n Ehr Ehrhardt thrhardl Ehrhardt
hardt Labor James J Coogan Prohi Prohibition Prohibition Prohibition ¬
bition W V T 1 Wardwell Socialist t AJex AJexander AJexander Alexnader
ander T Iomw Womans Rights Mrs MrsCynthia MrsC MrsCynthia
Cynthia C nthla Leonard mother of Lillian LillianHussell Li1IianItu8lillI LillianRussell
Russell HussellGrant Itu8lillIGnlllt RussellGrunt
Grant beat Erhart 11071 Hewitt 42132 42132and 42132and 2132Imd
and Coogan 101311 The vote for Ward Wardwell Wllrdwoll Wardwell
well and Jonas want of the slightest slightestImportance slightestImportanoe slightestImportanne
Importance while Mrs 18 Leonard got ex exactly exactly exactly ¬
actly four votes votesIt
It is known that those interested in the thedevelopments thedoelopment thedevelopments
developments of the work of the Board Boardof
of Municipal Research hope to have a few fewissues fewIAliuet fewissues
issues handy in the city campaign The TheCity TheCity TheCity
City Club and other bodies which tako un unactive anactive n nactivo
active interest in it municipal affairs have havedaily haveI havedaily
daily consultations as to the work of this thiscommission thiscommi8liion thiscotnnilssion
I commission Just what it will all amount amountto
to next fall U of course highly problem problematical problematical problematlea ¬
atical but with the adjournment of ofthe oftho ofthe
the Legislature I in sight the assured l8IIurec state statement atate11nt statemeat ¬
meat that the Ivins Charter for the city citywill litywill citywill
will not come II up for consideration until untilnoxt untilneU untillIext
noxt winter and the overwhelming de defeat thefeat 10fpilt ¬
feat of o Oov Ilughess direct nominations nominationsbill nominat tmll tmllhill
bill have provoked pro klXl lively discussions discussionsover
over candidates for Mayor within the thela thelast thelast
la last t few days daysIt rla t tIt
It is very generally believed that tho thoRepublicans thonIHlhlitall
Republicans 110111 hhicans > l u4d Independence o Leaguers Leaguerswill
I will join hands tand in the campa catupagn gn n and yet yettyvury ytwcl yetcr
tyvury wcl cr now and then you ou heir h bee r that Mr MrHeirsts Mrhearsts Ir Irtl
Heirsts < tl organization is to gi g it alone alonetho alonetllO alonethe
the Republicans likewise No 0 hug den deflnite dennit delilute
lute nit or conclusive COllchl ive will be knovn pf that thatmatter thatmatter thatlOut
matter lOut Icr until I lilt iI later on onTho nilThu onihio
Tho following is i the list of Democrats Democratswhose D Democratswhiec mocrats mocratswhou
whose availability has been lUscussed lUscussedfor
for the Mayoralty MayoraltyJonnor Mayoralty1orziirr
i Jonnor orlllr Supreme > lIt > reme Court Justice Morgan MorganJ
J OltriiMi OltriiMiIlrnuT OlIritlII
I IlrnuT I Irohir Corporation Counsel Wllliim lhItim n nKlllion 11I
I Klllion KlllionComptroller IllIsuiitontptrehlr
Comptroller Met MetFormer Metztorinr let7 let7orllltr
Former orllltr Comptroller tirout tiroutNatlmti tirolilILlIIiUl rout routNitihiuti
Natlmti Strau StrauSupreme SIrlUSU1rem St raus rausStipretue
Supreme Court olirL Justice 1 Victor J Dowling Dowlinghoe 1owhlngt IJwllnlwho
who hoe term t i in on the t lie bench eiplrei e ithres llre December
31 tIllS misi II III tIllSSit
i Supreme Sit UlrII a Court oil rt Justice J t t ice 1xlward IiI ward wit rd E McCall McCallI cCallI
I vlio hoso hn term I or in ppirp p sx lljrp December 1pcm < r ai 1 told 1016I 1010Sititretiti
1 Supreme lIlrIII Court Jutlcp Jamps > ti A OOor OGorI
1 man Mlm wh whose e term expires December 311B13 311B13Supreme 31 tlI13 tlI13IIIJrellle 1113Supreme
Supreme IIIJrellle Court ourt Justice James V Gerard Oerurdwho GerardwhooJ Gerardvhios
whooJ who > o term expires December 31 1 101 101Supreme 10 i91I 1 1SUlrelllfJ
I Supreme Court Justice William 1 Oaynor Oaynorof in110rnf
of Brooklyn who whoc e term expire > December DIt Decembert lIIhtr lIIhtrt
31 t lliM lliMI I L LI
I Tlioiuus K F Mulry IllIlr president prll < ent of the Kmmi KmmiRrant Emllllgrallt Ejumigrant
grant Savings Hank HankI BunkCorporal Bankorloration
I Corporal < orporation ion Counsel Francis K Pemlle Pemlleton 111111111tOil
ton tonI
I President McGowan of the Board l ar < 1 of ofAlderiiion ofId ofA
Alderiiion Alderiiionj A Id IdI lrUIIII
j I I lotin A Itenel Dock Commiifioncr Commiifioncr1ornier omniisslonerIornier
1ornier Supreme > 11111111 Court Justice David DavidIpxcntrllt DavidTlw IavidLecetitril
Ipxcntrllt IpxcntrlltThe t tThe
The Independence L LooguerH ftguors have dis discu di dicUttl disctieed
cu cUttl < hed the following candidates candidatesSupronin emlciirlLtosSUIromn unudidatesSti
Supronin Sti rent a Court I ourl Justice lu J Us lilt i C > Samuel Sit n t aol Smbury Se 1111 1111wh I tIry tIrywns
1 Nho wh < rt ti 10111I rm expires December 31 11 IMO IMOliironiii HI 10aI n nI
I liironiii IlIrll Iii re a J J Shciirn ShciirnMipiiiiie SIIanlSprUl S ti can canSli
Mipiiiiie Sli PttII1t Iourt Cot t rt liihtlce Jut 1 tist < tcC I cc William V I lliallll I I I a iii J j iaynor CiauorTh iaynorThe a yno r rrtt
The Republican drift at the moment momenti
i practically I > entirely toward the nomi nomination nomination iminilttiofl ¬
nation of exMayor x Ijvor Seth low Most Mostof Io > lt ltof
of If tn tm > influential IJeublicans those tlosewho thOHtwho thosewho >
who do not chatter on street corners or orin orin orin
in clubs 1ub tell Ill you tluit Mr Ir Low will w ill surely surelylie t < 1rel 1relI
lie I th > candidate fa of the th ° Republicans next nextfall nextfall nextfall
fall White man am III pretty pret ty onsiirtin onsiirtintloiiKli oIlHtrtinII
tloiiKli II I oltgh and IIILl nothing in politics > is I f settled settledii NtlplIJlIlii > ttlf > d duntil
until ii 1 I til it is i Mttlixi Hltl t tiol Jnd 1 1Il1 i 41 In o in 1 II Republican Republicanc Itci Ilhhirn IlhhirnI
c lirfl irc < ti 01l ttICF4 < i additional ztldIt jonah natne lire being beingcriouily hin hinriollI g gstrntitsly
criouily riollI gone Ol over overrcirmcr o overhnriner r rFormer
Former Judie J Jull itd go Charles lta rles H 4 Whitman WhitmanUilliiini Vhl t nut ii iiv
Uilliiini v I I I Is iii I 11 V II illco leo i cliairman dial < rotan of lb lbPublic I h hIuhllc IiI
Public I ii iII Service Ile Cnramttvioii CnramttvioiiTorTii 0 Ci II tIsIot I IIornir
TorTii Jormr r SllIt < l llite te Senator Martin MartinI1titnseIltntivC S sae saeliepinyenlntlvp xe xeHillplllnlhf
liepinyenlntlvp William S licnnet licnnetIt
It HfCMiis to l IJ > e the prevalliiiK idea at the themoment theI thtelt1f1O1tt
moment I 11011I r II I that tho Democrats should nomi nominate nominlLt notnitlLt ¬
nate for Mayor either a former or a present presentmember prlsntlIlfmhr prcaritrnernbr
member of the I Siiprome Court bench benchof
of tho tit county COli ttltlt lit Hack of this thought is the thestatement theotat theStlLtSZlOttt
statement otat lIlHl1t that for the ne nlt ct t four years yearsa yearsa Jal Jala
a fl lIlIr r minded lawyer will b be n 11cessary 11cessaryt esi earr earrI > ary aryt
t > evolvi VVI II V the th problems roi lens > l of transportation transportationan t ransrortti t inn innit
an nnl it Ii 1 municipal thu lit Cl Iii I improvements ha provenien Is now uncl 1I11 I I II < r rway
way wa In I u th opinion of some the intrica intricafics
SOs < if of tlvfu problems may almost IH IHdeTilfiI lhdrilr ts04
deTilfiI < as appalling appallingSomething appullinmlllhill aphtahl 111g 111g14l
Something 14l mlllhill t Ii jOg has ha b heu I > en e II hail 11 iI to t o the I Ilk effort effortI fffultthnt
I but I to t ninny 111ttt Ieniocrnt I I1II1Irllt nti CIII t S t do not I beicv I I ic that thatti thatparr I
ti I I ir t parr I lii ri can ii TI 0 Uct l i t a i bnss Ia es ridden ri Itkn Mayor Mayorof Iayro lltvr
of o i he h fitv cit It S Tile Th satne > 11111 remark hn be hn hnuphal hsrtT i iiiiliatially
iiiliatially uphal T J tat kally I a I ly ruinated rejeat ci I ci < oticrning nrnin IIC rid ii g the theHfpublicans Ih IhHpuhlican t I i ihtulIilicans
Hfpublicans HfpublicansIt
It is i > l an anachronism in poinio polil iC cs to be beli 1 1Ii heIivt
li Iivt ve that the bos IHISII t > s belong only onl to the
Democrat I > io party and that Mr Ir Murphy Murphyand lurphYanci
and Mr McCnrreu should alone bo hold UI upas UIDB UIas
as horrible examples The fact remalim remalimand remahuand remaltuand
and attention attont ion has been called to it that the thoRepublican thlnlpubliCan theRepublican
Republican organizations are controlled controlledjust coutrollIjust controlledJust
just as thoroughly below the Bronx Bronxby Bronxby Bronxby
by Representative Herbert Parsons and andTimothy IIl1dTimothy andTimothy
Timothy L t Woodruff as Tammany ami amithe 11I111the titislthe
the Kings county organization are by byMr h hMr byMr
Mr Murphy Iurph and Mr Ir McCarren It was wastherefore wallthoreforo wastherefore
therefore stated yesterday that no out outand ouland outand
and out Woodruff Wood rll man can bo elected electedMayor olectedltayor electedMayor
Mayor or any pronounced Parsons Parsonsman
man be triumphant any morethun a pro pronounced prolltlllCOli ¬
nounced Murphy or McCarren man can canrido callridt vanride 1
ride to victory victoryBut viclo vicloBut victoryBait
But tho Democrats am I1r to fight nnd to tofight l lfip1rt tofight
fight hard hanllliul and they say I < ay th thy y hope to light lightintelligently flVhLintel1iltently llghtintelligently
intelligently before Now ow York city I ho thesole hoHole
Hole 1 < remaining stronghold at of Democracy Democracyin
in the country cOllutr is 1 > 1 turned over for four fouryears fuurears fouryears
years ears to tho Republicans or their allies alliesNATIVE alliesN41 alliesN47IEE
NATIVE N41 rMVUVK nrIIKl nrIIKlIncreased 1flrI1Jlncra IIiLItlIncreased
lncra Increased ld Consumption Noted fltld lt eu Since the thePanic IheI thelUtlItl
Panic of 1SMIJ 1SMIJWhatever 1 IBOTI till tillI
I
I Whatever bad effect tho hard times of ofthe ofthe ofI
I the past year lar and a half may have III had hadon ItiitlOIl
on others there is I one American AmericanlndUtlr industry industryto
to which they have given g tn a boom said saidtho widthe li litho
tho president of one of tho big hi wino com companies c1mpanil cozrPitfliC5 ¬
panies of this State That is i the domestic domesticj doiiiitioeIlan1algnl3 I II
j champagne industry industryI luhlstr luhlstrThe
I I The demand for American champagnes champagnesList ctampaI1LtI
I List year was for thousands of cases more morethan bentI iNro iNroI
I than the previous prl > iou voLt elr and I know one onecellar onoI
I cellar alono whose sales were increased by bymore bymore
I more than 25001 during that time The Themanufacturers Theand rilenunnifacitmrers I
manufacturers and the th trade account accountfor IICJltlltI accountfor
for tho increase bv I tho theory tIteo that the thei thochampagno
i I I champagne consuming income of the theI tilecountry
1 country was wa hit so 0 hard by the panic that thatit
I it could Jul < no longer bland for the high highpriced hilthpriced highJflCOtl
priced imported > llzz 11 7 and turned to the thedomestic thodOfllf8tio theilonietic
domestic article instead insteadThe
I The evidences that this theory is cor correct corI carrect ¬
rect are many and that the effect of this thissudden tltillsudden thissudden
I sudden preference pnf renct for American cham chamtugne hIilflljagne
tugne d no on tho demand will not entirely hi hii
i list I 1 1 t by tilt return of easier ti1tr limes I Is appar iapJarCIII apparent appurtlIl ¬
ent by b the way WIl the increase is I being IIin very ery
I largely ra gt1ly maintained The wine makers makersI nlakerieand
I and lilt the trade argue from this that the thedomestic th thdfII thedomestic
domestic dfII tic chuinfxignes chumlh1 n 8 have for the first llrettime IIrsttinw firstI
I time I IOtIt ecu brought to the attention of a avery avery
very 111 large 1l1r e class of consumers < and these thesehave theseIULa thesehave
have found that the quality of thodomes thodomestic the domes domestic
tic wines win is such that there is i > l no reason reasonwhy roasonlIv reasonwhy
why lIv they Il1t should t < bo replaced bv others othersjciiflorinK othersaitlering
jciiflorinK i oinorinlot from 110 them only tIll in tlio label labelturd labeland I
I and tho higher cost costi oatIt l4t l4ti
i i M It is i > l believed therefore that through throughi I
i this llai > l peculiar I > feature > of the hard times timesI tillll timessuch > t tl4uth
I such a healthy boom has been toen given illl to toAmerica toAmerica
America that there will be not no alone ulonotemporary ulonetemporary alonetemporary I
temporary benefit to ii the industry but butI
I a i rmanently increased < i demand demandQuito domandMQuito lenandQuite
Quito different however > r seems to be bethe hoIhe hetile
the case with domestic still t < wines win Since SinceI Sincethe
I i the panic ittlIC began the demand for them has hasbtendily hasbtPlldily hua huasteadily
steadily declined declinedI <
I Our Company hail a wide and old ftc ftci est4EltsllCd w wi
i tablished market for its still wines and andup andup
up to a year oar and a half ago the demand demandwan
wan stoidily btnidllr ate dily mcreising Since then it iti
i has declined doclin at least 30 per cent and the thosame thet thesame
same t < may 11111 bo said of the th output of Eastern Eastlmproducern
1 producers of high grade btill wines inl gen genemll geziorally
1 orally enillvi
i orallyWhether Whether this mean that the consumer consumerof consul nier nierof > r ror
of still wines < hurt by the hard times has hasfound IJl18fOlllld hittsfotitid
found the solace of the tfi lighter product productof
of the press insufficient and has sought the thaobliterating thlhliLrlltin thehiliteruting
obliterating hliLrlltin strong btron waters of the still stillfor stilli stillfor
i for comfort or that he has hiti shut the spits spileoff IIplle101J spitsoti
off on everything or what lllt it means meandOli I Idont Idozit
dont dOli know knowTESTlXt knowI knowiEsriv
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of the rubber rllbb r and its thicknens rI in order orderto
to increase its it resistance to puncture the theresults thertiultH theret4uhts
results are ar tested t t11 byline 11 lint > needles nl < tlleH of stand standard 510111arc lallani ¬
ard arc siz size and the Ih force required to drive drivei
ion I i one through n tire cover starting tarUn from the therubber Iherultl1r thterubber
rubber side id is I measured If a tire is in intinted InIllItd Inlisted
tinted board hard a road projectile > will willnot will110t willI1O
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of I I the I ht prineetile lIre I i I Ic Tests Lest s maite i with tres tresHO tirC tirCfI t res resso
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showed how 1 mi increase of over SO t per cent centover elntfIer ccittlIver
over and above I tlie th t II resistance r itllllce of the th same SlIlIIelirp saitieI i itires
tires I when Mar winch of course Is I the tll nor normal mruiltl ¬
mal 11 oiiiluion titn1i Iott when touchini the irround irroundTlii I IThl
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will I ill I 1 tear I or tli I b lubber nlhh oil in sheet anil nllrlltllnp lump lumpTbe lIlllphIu
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FflEDIUICIC w w LOESEI t Ct sw o j 1 1 1sw I i BROOKLYN ADVEHTISEMHNT9 AVETE L 1 FHEDEniCK FEEIC LOESKH LE A CO COI co COw 7i
The Te Subway Su way to Ho HoI Hoyt HoytStreet
Street Brings B n s the Loeser LoeserStore oeser oeserJ
J I Store Sore Within 17 Minutes Minutesof Mlutes 1 i
1 of Fortysecond Street Streeta
I In I erery f detail dftal the Leading Lading RataU R EaUbliahnMnt E blhm of Brooklyn Brkly II IIfso Forysecond Stree t
a fso 50 Fresh New Silk Sik Dresses 99SJ 998 991
19 and 20 Values Messalines Taffetas TaffetasFoulards TaffetasFoulards TaffetasFoulards
Foulards Pongees Etc At the gst st of the Silks SilksTHK Siks SiksTil SilksT
iii PRETTIEST PRETTIST NEW SILK DRESSES that you could ordinarily ordinaiy buy for 810 10 or 20 0 will 1 ho h hpr hire jre tomorrow tomr
THK T for LESS I SS THAN TEN DOLLAR DOLAHS APIECE APIECEX APIECEThat APICE c
That hint w iH news newt which will wi not ot women stirring stirrHI early That Tat is i some of tho te th best news wo ever eer had to print printur pri f
Our ur only regret is that there are hut 150 lf Dresses and that wont be nearly enough to t go around 1
Tho Silks Sik are the most desirable dcsirble OUCH oncHsoft soft foulards foulars and mesaalines mesae and ad taffetas tet and ad aou pongees made ma up In Inninny i inninny 4 i
ninny 11 pretty new ways with yokes of net and lace acoith with tuckings tueking and embroideries embrodere and ad pnge self fl trimmings trimmingsEvery trimming trimmingsEvery fl flEvery
Every Drews Drcls lit newly newl finished Jnihedin linislieciin in fact if the maker had ha completed complete them tem two to weeks wok earlier eler they tby would wouldnave
nave lavo KOIU Junl > at lt regular re ulnr prices prces to 0 his customers customer It I is his delay that makes this tho Salts Sao a possibility posibity now wu None NoneO None4 NonV
C V O 1 n 1 > or u on 01 approval approvalTailored npprol1 approvalTailored tl
Tailored Taiored Suits 1898 Values Range to 45 45A S S 6 to S10 10 Skirts Skirs 398 398Separate 398A 98 98Flal
A pniall Flal croup of recent samples 11111 HO t < n there thre Is I but one of a astyle 8epLat Separate Skirts Bklrsmple Skirtseamples samples and made from rm odd lengths lenzth at atmaterials ofRt
style Rt t yll yb Iliotiifli Iholh tliu ni tti workmanship is I specially t < peeinly fine lne as 11 work on onwimple materials materal They come to us from m me a skirt sk specialist specat and d the thofabrics theflie theitttihleSuit1iiklytohe
wimple itttihleSuit1iiklytohe flie buitaiillkijly 1ultl I Iklv to biv b They hhiyiireotfancystnlpeclPanamas le reof or faroy striped Htr P Panama Panamaand Plnaml fabrics fabric include chiffon chlfon Panamas fancy facy mohairs mohar mixtures mixturesvoiles mxtue
and Ild choice novelty cloths Vilkine ilkhlr coats lined lncd with wrlh Roftnllkn RoftnllknHiipli ortllk voiles voies silkn sllkl aiikeand and eatins atn Various Valoul new gorwl effects efets wtl With trim trimmln tJ
Hiipli eh u a 55 peau Ileal do A oygnp fygn New < w mOdel ekbrts klrt New e colorings coloringst colorngs mln minI mini mostly mosty of self sel folds and buttons butons lorN None C O D or on onapproval Ol CUOtItt
one t c O I I P or on approval Ilpro approval approvalSecond approv approvalI
X I Second Floor r Front 7 i
750 to 12 Lingerie Waists WaistsN N
498 498With 498ith 498Vith
With ith Hand Embroidery Done in Paris ParisTHK ParisTm ParisT
lIE FINEST SOFT FRENCH NAINSOOK was wagIsel1 wasused wasused
THK T used Isel1 for these Waists Waistt and fronts embroidered embroideredin
in il Paris by tho clover < over Mascro luscr were brought to toNew toXew toNew
New York and hero h ro made into IntI Waists so that in addi addition adi adition additIon ¬
tion to the Paris Jarit hand work they the have the correct correctlines corect corectlneR correctlInes
lines lneR and proportions to fit ft American AmericanThe fgures fguresThe figures figuresThe
The embroidery enihroI11r U I In various nlols pretty pref designs dlslllweath dlslllweathfowers designswreaths designswreathsulouvers wreaths wreathslowers
lowers fowers and leaf IaC and eyelet patterns patters for instano UStIC Five very cryIllnl
dainty Illnl model modelTlie modeIThe > l lThe
The good goo luck that brought us these theie Waists has hasmade ha Leernale
made it i possible to offer also other noteworthy values valuesaltogether valuesaltogether aues auesalogether
altogether alogether one of tho best bl6t budgets that we have had hadthis hadthis hadtItle
this season For example there are atcI areto
I 5 to MIBO IJ T IO Meat C t End UalsU Walstl at W2OS 120N and KIO8 KIO8Three 31ffiThree OH OHThree
Three hundred luIlr1 and Id twentyflvo fine tne lingerie UnJerf batiste batltl batisteWatats Waists Waltlll1 Waltlll1a In Ina Ina
a variety nrlet of o models trimmed trllml1 wih willi Hh embroidery Ilbrolder and ad laces lacesIn lalI IaeeIn
In it HIYIIU sIzc lws U utto to K In t tic lu FIQ CKIOM 83Ulot lot are ar Home ole tine fno tmmpla LnJlo Waists Wal Waistsof nnbitsof te teoC
of tho W Vett est t Knd 111 and I d Clover make
Second Scco d Floor Iloorens FloorMens S SMens
Mens ens 20 and 22 Suits 15
15 and 18 Overcoats and andRain andRain andRain
Rain Coats 1250 1250ACTIVE 1250ACTI 1250A
A UJIVE VE BUSINESS AD A D WISE STOREKEEPINQ STOREKEEPINQmake
ACTIVE L1 make frequent stock readjustments readjustmenlt necessary necessaryEaster necessaryEa necessaryEaster
Easter Ea ter brought us U the greatest greaWt mens Clothing Clothingbusiness Clothingbusine68 Clothingbusiness
business in our history historyand and left lef many may little ltte groups groupsin
in which size ranges rnge were incomplete and for which whichit
it would take too long to get new cloth coth made up upfiw upSo upSo
So prices that were 1ere already low lot arc made still stilllover sillIowcr tl tl101cr
lover 101cr Men Clt will ci tomorrow tomorrot hare ucre a chance chancl to buy a spring springSuit 8prinoSui prgng prgngSail
Suit Sui and ald keep 3 to 7 of the ordinary price in their ther pockets pocketsTht pockctTher
Tht Thor > r I Is a great Ireat variety ariI of fanrv new patterns pntm blue Suits Suitsnnd Sui
nnd IUII black Hnits lll rractiailly Iratlll everybody efbO tan lln be fitted ftted In one oneMle oneFI onetyIe
Mle FI I or another anotherThe anothr1hl liflothOrTiti
The Overcoats hefat S Include Incud blackandwhite Ilnkmdwhlf hnlrline hlrJle coatlnes coatlnesfancy coatnf s sfancy
fancy 1hl gray II effects tcISlllIOII and somt > blacks blakl In th the larger larl r sizes Ilze I the theliulncoats 1hOHlln Iheilainceats
liulncoats Hlln < ats nr nm mostly lo bOost ty In I dark gray worsteds worsledsllln worstedtMain J
Main llln Floor Joor Elm Place S
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425 125 125 Natural Pongee Silks Siks at at79 at79ALL atA 79a 79aA >
A A LL SILK 27 INCHES INCHS WI1 WIE WlDl > F and ad with a body by anti antiLi j ju
ALL Li AX u luster that tat cannot canot be bettered anywherewtfte anywherewtftecountry ayhere anywhere i Intito Intitocountry a to tocountr
country countr for f1Z5 125 a I yard Buying Buvg a Pongeo PongeoBilk Pong PongeoStik
Bilk fik such as a this Is always a permanent pena nt satisfaction satisfactionfor lt5faCt0l j
for it wears wear almost wthout without end it needs need little lte care careand ca cex cexand 1 if ifand
and it always looks well wellThis wcl wellThis ji
This In the tie natural natura color at 3Op a yard ud Is I one of the th belt beltpurchases bet bestpurchases
purchases purchaos we have hve made In a lone 1001 time timeHEc tme tIneMao Ij Ijpurchaos i
Hal All Al Silk lk 2T Inch Satin Satn Mwallne lUfa1ne BRc BRcSI e
SI 1 All Al Silk Sik 21 Inch Rough Nhantuntc hantlnJ Pongee PODee Me Me110AIINHk27 c
1110 110AIINHk27 110 Al All Mik Silk 21 inch UomlItouRli DomlRoulh Pon Ponitee ee OSc OScMl UC UCII 8e
Ml II 1 All Al Milk Sik 24 Inch Crepe Crlpe tie d mine Chinf USe OScSI3K USeR2S t
SI3K 1125 New 24 Inch Fancy Stripe Rllk Siks at 9Oc O tk J d
82 2 All Al Silk Hlk Prema Satin atn Ulrectolre Ilrlctolre at t 912ft 912ftt 12LL 1
81 t All Al Silk Hlk 24 Inrh Illack Ilaek Satin fatn Foulard Ioular BOr BOrMS 50et2
MS t2 All Al Silk Mik 33 Inch Ilch HlacK Ilaok Satin Meteor lllter K2K K2KI 2a 2LI t
I All AI Silk Sik Black RoUgh ROUlh ShantiinK ehantln Ponicee lleea8o lleea8ola ISo ISo7I 8o 8oIke
Ike la < All Silk lk niaok Iak Satin Meiitallnc leIHalnf 59c 59cM12K 59 J J112a
M12K 112a Black 30 Inch Satin Haln Meoallne I saln OSc OScMlIO 080IJl
MlIO 1110 IJl Blank 3fl 31 Inch Tarfeta Taltta Silk Sik JOo IU
2 Black 30 Inch Ich Satin Satn Ulrectolre Olrccul re S12S S12Sk SI2Main 125Maln
k Main Floor Floorjust Flor Floorfjust
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fjust just in From Switzerland Are 150 Pairs PairsI ofN oT s i
I 750 75 White Irish Point Curtains Curtains4 Curtains4TTTHENYOU 49a 49aWHEN 9
TTTHENYOU YOU SEE HOW ELABORATELY ELABORATLY PEETTT PEETTTare PR
WHEN V V are the designs deig of these tese new newLaco Lace Lce Curtainsaqd Curtainsaqdhow Crlacd Crlacdhow
how fine fne the te workmanship workmshp you ou will wlWOld wlWOldhow wonder wonderhow wonderhow
how it is i possible to t sell sel them tem for 5498 198 98 a pair pa And Andaa Anda Andas
aa a a matter mtter of fact the to wholesale price for forpatterns sinflar sinflarpatterns iUar iUarpater
patterns in New NewYork York today is more than that thatOne thatOne i iOe
pater One fine pattern plttm has hl a beautiful bautifllcral scroll border brer nearly neartra nllr1JUi ha1 ha1a
Oe
a yard wide df Id with very larce 11rge corners crners to match matc Fine Uc Uccenter 1 ts tscenter
center lntlr and wid wide well pr finished fnied baek bckdae baclrydge dee Two other oter pattern P4tt P4ttae patteynisi patteynisiare nf nfare
are ae nearly nealy as a fine nel floeWhite Ayi AyiWlilte J
bite NottlnBham oltnrham Lace lct Curtains CurtainsAll f fAl j
All Al now ncl and ad p tre perfect rfeet < Brusseb Du pb French Frnch and Bd cabje net desl desr deaIgni deaIgni11Th nt
175 11 and Nd I 2 Curtains CuraIns at O8O O8C 0800 a Ied
1250 ns to 1335 Curtains at a aMSOond
S Crtale PI
MSOond 1350 50 ad and J7S Curtains Crin ot lt 22 2 241d a aM p
M 41d and IS 450 so Curtains at 2 a aH j
IS H 1 to AIO 110 IO Arabian Arhlan I Lee Lace > aec Curtain Crtaln SS7 SS7KlB L7I I
KlB 15 to toSIS5 tn lS35 7G Arabian Arablan Lace Lce CurtalniSOOG CurtaJnIOOG CurtaJnIOOGto
84 to 1550 S55O Real Iel Renaissance Renaisance S23S S23SSO 8 21aso s and deny CIUY Curtains < utIs at atS23S i i21a
SO In 1081150 Al IKO nnffleil Rnmr Ilenatsonce lenBh 3nee Bed ne Sets SSflS SSflSSOJB 191 Ifl
SOJB 1011 to 0 SOSO tlcrcerl7ed trclrlud Portieres Iortere at a5 a5One 53TIOne 3I 3IOne
One hundred pairs Includlne Icludllf come with wlh wide tapestry tpettryborders tety tapestryborders i ibordlnJ
borders rich duplex dlPl pais x and solid sold color tolor colorawith n wih 1th silk sik sllkeord cord c or fringe fringeVln ta fringeIn f4 f4In
Vln In bordlnJ a wido wi 0 variety varietyof aiety ot colors clors Tblnl Floor FI r Front hoot l
r lr i
eventy THousand 1ousand Pieces of Glassware GlasswareIn 1 1In
In a Great Sale That Makes Some Startling Startlng New Low Price Records RecordsColonial RecordsColonial RecordsColonial
Colonial Cut Glass 19c Each Usually Usualy 5 to 10 a Dozen DozenSU 1 1Six
Six thoii thousand und pieces In the th tine In old Colonial design dMIln with Ith the flutes tue cut and polished plshNI by hand There is i a 0 complete cmplete assort assortinput alr assortlucia i i11lt
input 11lt from the larcejt Ilrle l Goblet to the smallest smalet Cordial UIas UII B Huch Glassware gllsware usually usuall sells Iel > at 13 to Jlu 1 tu a dozen dozeDBnd and there thereao thereaomol are aromom
mom of the thp IK 5 and 10 1 Glassefl lla 5p than any 11 other fort fortcordial sortordini A ACorlnl
cordial mol Glasses Oln5 i HnrKundy Glasses OIM tII I I Wine Glasses Glasetl I Champagne Glasses GIaaeaSherry Olates OlatesherrGIL9 GlassesSherryGlionues
Sherry Corlnl SherryGlionues herrGIL9 Gliinse P Water WatorOohlet Blrgunll Goblet a Rhine RhlnWlnellles RhinewlneGlasses Wine Glasses t I Hollow Holow Stem tem Champagne Champasnacocktail Champane Champagnetoektalt
cocktail ocllnll Olnt Glasses > et i Pousse Cafe Glasses Ollsses I Claret Glasses Glases I Glasses GlassesBeautiful GlassesBeautiful p
Beautiful Gold Engraved Carlsbad Glass at a Fourth Saving SavingOlMcnml
OlMcnml flihit suit Uonlinn DInhol Dishes DishesI5c Ihhe Cake Cakeand and Short Shortoakl Shortcake cake Plates PlatesHaIS I MISO SO retr rpr S 3 I S598 8 08 rag rsA 83 83S2US S 3 37ae j
I5c flhc 1 TW Jl II5 resr JiM JiMFruit 1M I HaIS H2S re rel rer JS 3 I I SON roe J8 J8IMSO S2US 1U rev ret 1 I S7SOreK < sin sinLtO 10 10Cream 10O
111 reI t IMSO O re reg6 row ta I SO7S ten rel 19 > 9 9Almond Cream Milk llk and Water Pitchers Plt bcr f
Fruit J Rants IlimUmsDS I Almond Confection Confeton and Fruit Com Comport ¬ 1141 1411 rev rt Sa 3 I W2fl8reK 1218 rel Sf Sfnl t tSI73 4
sos nl rev reJ S4 4 sns ISnl roe rpl H HM43O I 8 port portree prtl SI73 117 reff 11 S 51 5tI 8375 rod reS reg3z1O t tS45D > r ro
M43O o Tog nl I SO7S O3 re rel req 1 08e reg Str St t2a I 84SO rote rfl to II 5 S45D S rcg rel M MBest a
Best Plain TTiin Tin Glassware Much at Half Price Prie or Less Less7c g 4
7c 7 Each 10ael I 4o SIc Kanh Kanhnecularly J h hI Dozen DozenI 30c to 85c Glass Pitchers Pitchers10c PitchersUlrn PitchersIleguilarly I
Regularly
Ileguilarly I ar I SI7 I 55 a Uoren Uorent II 171n Slc a Dzn i it
Ulrn I 3 ounw olno plain flared tared Glasses Gllses suitable suitablefor lOco to 25c 25cOne
t litrtt litrttSlurry r Glasses tS i for or many mln purposes purpoS that thlt an ordinary ordinarysize it tr
Slurry Slurryfocktull focktull 01 Ul5 lasss ilrcsstt I I size I1e tumbler tumbler can CI be b used for for4c One thousand fine tnthin thin blown flint flintCreain fint Ida 1 11 11E
ocktal I Creain r ream < nm Milk Mik Water lter and lemonade lemonadeIltchers Lmonat
le f hadl I 4c Each KaonItecnlarly E Iltchers are rrouiirdlnto two lots for for1HulcW I IRIlularl
RIlularl Itgiilsrly Soc a Ilorn IlornPlain 11Iu I I Regularly leuJarl ttl 1 a Dozen DozenOH lozen Quick Jiehtr clearance lre rance goIPfdlnto and Id marked for quick quickcloaranco Culck
Plain Ilain Whisky WII k OI ilnsies < es 2 2t4 oiinre oiinreunw 01 1 3 OH 1 top Tumbler TumblerSo umbltrl cloaranco cltranc cNl nt l lOo 10 and ad 2So each eachAll eachtIlt
fun tIlt unw CO Sj 32 ouiuv OUt QUtl ntid all i I ounce sl sl3C 111 lzt I 50 Iaoh IaohHfKiilarly Ja All ar at are of first trst quality Qualty glass and ad per perfect ¬ i inCIIr i11 i11fun
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IDIll IDIllHi nuI
3C e I l fect in eer respect respectBasement
HfKiilarly 81IO and W12O a ll lPuuu rn rnin every
Hi nCIIr IIuuhirI iil rl > WIJS t a Dozen noenCut O7n Dozenit i RSllarl ant 11ln f
Lc Cut 111 it fluto tlll hut Whisky Whik 1IiSk Glasses Gaeil 10 and al1 13 ounce ounc milk mik Tumblers Basement aemnl fa
I Making It Easy to Buy BuyTTie Buy1e BuyThe
The Best Pianos PianosHAS
1e
BEEN ONE of If tho sppoinl achievements thiovcments of the Looser LooserSum Loeer LoeertO LocsertVtt
HAS H Sum tO tVtt in Ill which wlleh we take the greatest satisfaction satisfactionNot satifactioJ atLstactionNot
Not HO o long lon ago 10 Lg wherever you went to buy bu n Piano Pianothore PianothCm Pianothere
there thCm was W as n 1 price pree dicker 1cwrnn lickerand and the shrewdest shrewdet buyer paid the thestnallost the theIlall thestiiillet
stnallost Ilall = t price priceVo priecWe prieVe
Vo started st trted with ONE PRICE PH IE TO EVERYBODY on Pianos Pianosjust Pianosjut PianosjUst
just as a 111 we had done on other other merchandise And it succeeded succeededNaturally 8urccedcr surcccdcdNattirally
Naturally Natullv wo had to to It have Rood oOI Pianos inos to make it succeed succeedVo Ilcceed IlcceedWe
Vo e tried tret to to have hlve THE TI Ill E l BEST Pianos Pianosand and in hundredth hundredl of oflionipi ofhOTi ofIIOTiIeS
lionipi hOTi where Pianos from Locscrs LOl c are installed iJltaled you will wi be told toldtliat told11t tltflint
flint 11t WE W SUCCEEDED HUlmDEI EED El THERE ill ERE ALSO ALSOThe ALSOThe ALSOlht
The main points to be made are these theseThe thOdCThe the3eThe
The Piano business here is done along alongdignified alongdignifed alongdignified
dignified dignifed straightforward lines linesThe lnes lnesThe linesThe
The instruments we sell some bearing bearingour
our name are of sufficient sufficent variety to meet meetthe meetthe meetthe
the requirements of all al homes homesIn
In every instance they have our guar guarantee guarantee guarantee
antee of musical and mechanical excellence excellenceand excelence excelenceand
and durability durabilityIn durabity
In every case the price is the lowest lowestpossible lowestpossible lowestpossible
possible and THE SAME TO ALL
10 Cash Then 6 a Month Monthis
is i enough to t place at once in iB > our Oll home a f Reiman Piano at 260 260a 2 O
a 1 swccf eCt toned tOIed even t cn pealed tnlcd instrument ils rmcnt that will wi ntand Itnnc wear wearnnd wearnc
nnd 0 nc iid j temperature ClllpCla tii rct changes to It It your YOlr full fl satisfaction satisfactionHeller satisfactionHelter ltiBfncton ltiBfnctonHeler
Helter Heler Pianos Are 300 and 325 325Loeser 325Loeser 325Loeser
Loeser Pianos Arc 400 40 and up
Playerpianos most perfect of these instruments Are
450 and up upAny upny upny
Any ny of 01 these thl8C instrument inilrmpnt may bo bought on very easy terms termswith terms termsWlth formswith
with Wlth no increase in ill cost co t beyond b olll cf > simple interest on the de deferred defered dofeicd ¬
ferred fered payment paymcnt Fourth YOlrtb Floor Flor
445O 12450 Linen Handker Handkerchiefs Handkerchiefs Handkeichiefs
chiefs 12J 12 124c 124cSeconds c cSeconds cSeconds
Seconds of 19c to75c to75cValues to75c to75cValues
Values ValuesTHK ValuesTI ValuesT
GREATEST GREATST HAND HANDKERCHIEF H RANDKERChIEF ¬
THK T KERCHIEF KEnCHEI SALE SAL which whichhas wh whf Q Qha3 1 1lots
has como in months monthsThere monthslhcrc
There Thcr is one ot largo case ce of mont these theseseconds thes thesesecotitis 1 <
seconds ecolds and they come to tOwI ua uadjrect I Iirect to
djrect dIrec irect from the maker in i Belfast BelfastIreland Belat BelfastIreland l
Ireland So particular partculaiA ho of ofhis ofhis f fhis
his product that into his hil sec seconds s tmecends ¬ m
ends onil go Handkerchiefs that thatalmost J 4 4fllfllOst
almost almoft every eYer other maker mner would wouldpoll wouldsellasperfect
poll 11 sellasperfect sellasperfectrids ns lS perfeH perfeHThis perfer 1 1Thi
This lot 10tiAthe is the best blft we wehavee have ever everhad r rII
had II The only 011 fault is a I acoarsoor acoarsoorniiscaught coarse coare or ormiscaught or
miscaught thread never a hole holennd holeant holeand
and ant so trifling trifn are Ire they that that you youwill YOuwi youwill
will wi in many many cases have ha hard hardwork hardwork
work to discover any flaw faw at all allThem a allThere
There are ae jfvlei tyle FOIl FO I MEN MES WOMBS WOMBSAND W03i W03iD WOMENAND
AND D CHILDREN CI tlIP LDRES All Al or a are BUM BUMlinen pu ur 1
linen lnen plalnVhlte plnlnwhiein in all al width wldtl hem hemThry hem hemsThey
Thry will wi have special space spac on one onsnf onlof oneof
of the main floor foor bargain broan tables to tomorrow t tonorrowandbe ¬
morrow norrowandbe and ad be priced prcd prtcedat12 at at 12 O each eachOf ea j jI pof
I Of course coure those who come comeearliest conjearliest t
earliest Carlelt will il have widest choice choiceMala ChOI n l < i iMats J JMain
Main Floor Ttone oc one Seat C O D D75c LY LYt 1 4 4nd1Dress
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75c and an nd1Dress nd1DressFabrics 1 Dress DressFabrics DressI >
Fabrics 59c 59cTHE 59cmaE j
I maE BUSIEST COUNTERS COUNTERSin COU T
I THE I in the Dress Goods Good Stora Storaore Stf Stqrare
ore ae those where the te prac practical pra praotical ¬ 511 511licnl
tical serges and ad tho lustrous lustrousprunellas lutru lustrousnruncllas 1 1 1prnca
old acidSo prunellas prnca oldSo and similar simiar fabrics fabrc aro aroSo ae araacid i iold
So we arc very sure of the wel welrome wetoml welconic
rome oml that this news will wi have havenews hve havelows
news newswool or about 3 5 500 rard yarcbi oC alL alLwool
wool woolSatin 5Ucolorcd selfcolored strped striped Serg Serges SergesSatin I g gSatn
Satin Satinetc Satn Pruneln lrunehlae Satn Satin Soleil So1ei1e So1ei1eetc
etc Etl in the good staple tnpl Hhailes Hhailesnnd hliee hlieeIml i iond
nnd Iml black nt It 59c incteiM Inctcirl of ofSo ofj ofThe
j The So I to f u 1 a yard ynrdThoy yardThey rnrdTh
They Th y nre e 42 4 to 50 inches wide wideSecond I IStCOld
Second StCOld floor ror Elai EI fJ4C lace
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