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THE SUN StflTDAY APRIL APRYJ1S 18 1909 4 i 1
TRUE STORY OF MARYS LAMB LAMBJ4JE LAMBMtIlE LAMBJ4IE
J4JE TLtfV BF 4 BIT OF ITS ITSIIOOL ITSnEING ITSII
IIOOL II OOI ISKIXG FOIl SALE SALEIt
It flis L = M Iar rj Sawyer Who li ho Owned 1h 1hlamti th4Iamh lhLamli
lamti and ml She > he Carried It to School Schooliihn SchoolI1hl1 ehooIlthli
iihn llollestono Wrote the Verses lrle5 to toTUilch toi tohich
i
TUilch 1 hlch Another Poet Added the Moral MoralA IoralA
A very considerable part of the Amer American Amoriran Aniorpublic ¬
iran public has for some time been more moreor
or less te familiar with the apparently im immortal immC1ftal immcirtal ¬
mortal Aerse concerning Marys Little LittleJA
JA ij I ami and what happened to the inno innont innoreatllre
nt oreatuie when it made a somewhat somewhatinlormal somewhatIntormal iomewliatIILlor7naI
inlormal visit to an institution of learning learningwhine learninghf
whine cIm hf presiding pedagogue received it in ina
a manner to be characterized as inhos inhospitable inhospltahlt inho8ptatIe ¬
pitable to h say the least But it is i prob probably probahly probably ¬
ably within the bounds of strictest accu acculaey accuIlley accuiey
laey to pay av comparatively few persons personshap personshR personshave
hap hR any wide acquaintance with the thedetails theItads the1laih
details of Marys early history and an up upliringinitor upbr upliringingor
liringinitor br nliin or with the life works and char charluterof charet charttctrcf
luterof et of her justly celebrated pet petIt
It is i therefore with i peculiar > pleasure pleasurethat
that TIlE 1 its SUN Su is this morning able to tocontribute toOl1tr tottrIll1te
contribute Ol1tr hute information of an authentic authenticcharacter authentich authentichractpr
character h ractM which throws much light lightnot lightnot lightnot
not only upon the obscurity which has hasnuiroiinded hlsIJrrol1nde hasiijrrotindeci
nuiroiinded < d tho th youth of Mary but also alsoupon alsoIIpon alsoupon
upon the origin deportment and ulti ultimate ultimal ultimale ¬
mate disposition of the lamb so well known knownII
ID II literature It is only fair to nay that thatiri
iri information infoll11 tion is tho result of extensive extensiveipscarches e ectensiveiesarches tensiveIp5parche
ipscarches made upon the collection of ofunos oflIrio ofcrIos
unos < belonging to Charles E Chadeayne Chadeaynei
i if r OfSininp O inin X Y and about to be sold soldHt soldaUCtiOfl oldH
Ht auction by the MerwinClayton Sales Salesl SailslI111pan Saleslmpany
l mnpany of r 20 o East Twentieth street streetThe streetThe streetThe
The collection contains exhibits which whichdemonstrate whichIpntonstrate whichrlpmoiistrate
demonstrate to a certainty that the Iamb Iambwas lambas
was as horn sometime in the year 1817 in iniha inIh inh
iha Ih h village llIat of Sterling Mass where Mary Marytfumam Maryutrnafl
tfumam 1 llr11am Sawyer Saw lr was then residing residingwith
with Ih her parents It appears that the theMile theliltlp theItt1e
Mile cKMtniti destined to be oo famous famouswas
was as in its it earliest hours in frail health healthUcoidiiiR healthcordil1 healthccoidiiig
UcoidiiiR cordil1 to the accountfor account for which Mr MrChadeayno Mrhadeayne Ir Irhadea
Chadeayno hadea no vouches several lambs were werehorn werel1m wereltrn
horn > l1m at at about the same time and Mary Marymade Marytnad Ihrymad
made I a visit i8il to the fold with her papa papalarv papaIar papaIary
larv Iar t aid her father that lamb is isdead isdparl isclpad
dead deadNo
Sn papa replied the intelligent little littlecirl littlerJ
cirl rJ for when I move its head it will willmi willmllp willmove
mi move > v > it hack again againRut
Rut it can not live said her father fatherOh
Oh yes e8 maybe it can replied Mary MaryIt
It > t me take it home and nurse it and tend tendit tendTn
it
To o this Marys aIYs kind hearted papa con conRntetl connted conrntei
Rntetl nted So Mary took her little lamb lambanH lambInd lambnrl
anH nrl carried it home and warmed it and andfed andfrl andfrl
frl it And from that moment the poem poemthat poemIhJt poemthat
that everybody knows was practically practicallyinsured practicallyn practicallyneured
insured n ured though as we shall see extra extrarrdmary extmrd extraurlinary
rrdmary rd nar circumstances were necessary necessal to toproduce topmlllee torrodice
produce the now famous result resultIt
It appears that Mary wan in the habit habitf habitvfeytnggooIly
sayinggoodby f 8ay ng oodhy to t the lamb every morn morning mornin morning ¬
ing in > before starting off for school One Oneniorntnc Onel1ornins Onennrning
niorntnc she forgot to do do so s I and knowing knowingIM
IM 11tl I the th la lamb > nl > would feel hurt by this thisomission thismission thisflI5Sfl
omission she h derided to lopiir her error trrorNow errorNnw Irornr
Now nrv nr had a little littloflound sound that she made madehit madeht madeh3t
hit ht wa wahalf a half way Wil between ho > tween a scream and a aong al anng
ong l and no rnntter mf tter where the lamb was wasThen waehen washcq
Then hen it t heard that sound it would run to toMIIT torAIY tol4lr
MIIT ll unwitting the tim significance of oft ofhr
t hr ° r act Mary Ila now made that half wav ho betwoon hoten hoteen
ten sound Sure enough tho th lamb lambcam lambcm
cam < < 111 running and not knowing what else elsetn
tn I do with jlh the little thing thin Mary ary wrapped wrappedit
it up in her shawl and took it to school schoolTo choolTn
To hosure rf1 sun the I hI poem Bars ys distinctly dislinctl that thatit t teil
eil it followed d her 10 < o school one day Well Wellthat Wellthat ell ellthat
that cant b heped Facts acts are I re facts factsdespite factsdelpit factsdpite
despite the th poets poetsMary PptsllIfY tets tetsTary
Mary said to resume > the th account arcountthat accountIht accountiht
Iht sft she n never < r studied so 0 hard in her life lifej
j q i she hD did that morning The Iamb bv bvih byih
ih 1 11 war W was under her bench still stillrapped stillr stillranpAd
rapped r < lt > prl1IP up in the shawl She did not notrant notant notwant
rant the th teacher to look that way for fear fearh
< h would see the th lamb But when the thenine thelIl
nine lIl 11 ram to say lessons the scholars rR in inMarrs inan inMarve
Marrs an class hndto had to go o out and bland along alonlr
1 < raIn crack in the floor And what whathr whathlIlrI whathriiId
hr hlIlrI > ulf happen but the moment Mary Maryhtsn Marytirirj Ilarva10
htsn a10 d th tho > lamb started and and went right rightfnr riFthtrarrl rightnrarr1
fnr nrarr1 < rarrl and stood on the crack with withMrfiv withI withHIr withHrc
Mrfiv MrfivHere M I
Here of course is to bp traced the theIKpintion thei thetltplratton
IKpintion i rr < Jtlon for those poignant lines linesiil linesrrrywlere
> iil ivcrj rrrywlere rwl1 where r thAt Mary went wentntr wcnlp weniilir
ntr p lamb I tm mt > w was as vjrr urf to co coTMr iroTIi o oIrl
TMr nini on the tale wemed very veryimnv verynn
finv imnv nn and the scholars laughed la1 hed and andrvt anrln1 andne
rvt onlv nh the th Ffholars but the tli teacher teacheriK teacherrlhTF teacherlsrvp
rlhTF iK lsrvp > rp how faithful the th poet has been beent
t rhr I facts For have we not been beenIrJ beenItJrmd IcenlrJ
IrJ ItJrmd frred that thatmmlr I thatI ha t I II
I mmlr th h Hillflren n laugh anti play playTo
To r pe A Imb I mb at a I SChOOl vhoolAuI SChOOliji rhoolAid
Aid iji furihrt furihrtn urlbrn I
n nt < i v > tft t2 tracher r lurnrd him out outTiiM outII outTuit
TiiM II I how h long after aft those historic events eventsit pventAIhal
it wa that the original poct embodied embodiedHt
Ht inspiration Inp ralinn in its it immortal form WB WBrannot Wlinnot w wancrIt
rannot nnot be 1 sure lIrE but the proofs show that thatMm thatI8r thatMarr
Mm I8r epr etprsed rf < sed R d the th opinion OpifliOfl that it wasfin wasnt was wastint
tint fin I mnro than a few f w days John llolle llolleMTie Hollpn Rolle4rfl
MTie 4rfl n was a the poet This man of letters lettersRpccar letterspPJcarf lettersspirar
Rpccar ti t have been a sort of New Eng
lean Kralp RtF for h he < > was at that time not notnv not111MI notl1l
nv 111MI > n ihan 17 1 years old He wa > engaged engagedn
n iTtnpleting plet j rig his hi I ji4 studies under the guid guidon goldsrce ¬
on srce < > nr > r ihn Ih village villa rarKon and as a soon soona IOOnhI
a he h hlarn < ard about the th lambs unavailing unavailingpitempt unavailingIttlrnpl unavailingttelnpt
pitempt to IC improve its mind he saw at atnip atnel atfllf
nip that t here was his hi opportunity In Ina
a l h > irirl nf divine frenzy he lashed off the thefift thefirt theflrt
fift sianai which according to Mary Maryran
ran racilv thui thuiMar Ihllb Itlulhsd
Mar hail b < I i 11111 tacit IsmhII J tacitIi m mII
II flrne nr wa SI a8 while < bite ss snoir snoirArrl SflO SflO4r nolTI
Arrl 4r rI < I fvrrswhcre nY cr lhal Mary Mar went cnI
1 1 hr l lamb mh was as s Sure > UI to no noH If goH 0 0H
H folios ffl hf brr r to school one Ofl dv dvhlrh d dIh1
1 Ih1 hlrh wm against talnsllh the rule rnlri rulI
i mr ti Children lauKli and pl plI ptey v vrn
rn 1 I T o f a Umb at a school
4 1 t sn n tK te e i tralhrr ai her liirn turned il him out outai1 0111nd outuri
uri illl 111 h hr llnucml near nearAr nrn1 nearAl
Ar Al n1 njlti patlrntls about aboutIll aojtI Olt Oltr
Ill r li Moi 1 lid appear appearTh appearTha PIarTh1
Th Th1 Tha lines and no more Mary IHv stated statedi statedIrellilk
t i reililije rrlr1i1 witness w lnf8f1 along alon in th thA late later
sr r iu IIICI l I efore her death constituted constitutedtl
tl 110 o pnoin a RI i it was stricken from the thelVif th thoq theat
lVif at oq i o hot in anvil of If r John Rollcstones in inTMtin inritt inSrratn
TMtin ritt n h > i > far as Mary knew Rolle Rolletie RolleMIfI Rollewrrltn
MIfI tie wrote rIA nn n more regarding the ad adentjr adpn adpnl
entjr pn pnl In1 fI t t h ho lamb arn It t was not until untilvne untilvlrf4
vne 11 Mirs IIf biter Jato > r that Mary read in a an arJ1Ir asonic
n pfMi rJ1Ir T Rome II verses accredited to a ar aIr aIn
r 11 in Mrs Ir Irs Sara J Hale and entitled entitledMarys entitled111 entitledsTarve
sTarve Little 111 tl1 taiiil It should be berfil hed lieivt
rfil d In 1 c th way wa that the th poet Rollestone Rollestonead ftollestonehandeii lle8ton lle8tontwl
twl ad hnnd IAmlt f hm v verse rst > to Mary one day dayrhln dayInn
rhln vi Inn n ho h had be hpl1 n after pond lilies and andS
r i S n hih hi way a hume She lr OMt t the draft draftth
1 th tha vernes remained indelibly en enduefj elltliI enclI
duefj tliI IJ upon her 10 > 1 miiil miiilto
bt > to I got biik to Mrs ln Hale she hn had hadoJ
oJ I iiu tI Kollenione v VrHe5 rMcs with ono or orIBht orh or1Cttt
IBht h hlmll fifiiiift rllahl > sJind s atii1 to them had arMed nddwlin addedhicli
in fII B which hicli ii ire ro obviously inferior inferiorand
I c4 and for which them is moreovor moreovori
I 5I < i IMSIB whatever whatevern
n r 11 run n tohrr 10 t Tier and laid laidiarl laIdp
p iarl srt upon her arm armn I
A I n is I Im m not afraid afraidT frlrIn
T n l I Ic ke9i p I me m dom all harm harma
I
1 I a milt m > the lamh mh love Mary so sornc aorn o
> rnc rn 0 eirrr Cll i hlldrrn cry rryh
1 tt h itr Iury < loves the l lamb mb you oJ Wnow Wnowi now nowI I
I I i e tCaChtr r rhcr made lIrlC reply replyAnil rrplnrl replynd
Anil nrl on o IMC Iorn gentle animal animalI animaltonflileyir
I inndiletice < may bind bindArH bIndArrl bindArd
ArH n kc 1 t follow at your our will willK III IIII
K I f on 0 arc an only kind kindIke
Ike 1 1 L he m IIPIna < ii < na I evidence at our disposal disposalny di8PO disposallany 1I1 1I1Itlf
> Itlf lany ny bears parfl out Marys atatemont atatemonti
i ne lin lint m > Re he attributes to Rollestone are
dearly leairlv all of their own typo They are
W iIJhrl with h the pure pureGroek Greek love of beauty
I1 lita I paganJy artistic artl tic spirit of tho poet
OiJeHione The fh Hale quatrains on th thntrary the thenlfllr thenflTrary
ntrary nlfllr are vastly Inferior They seek seekag lIItJekpoptry
iltag ag po poetry lry with a moral moralto to burden a afn
thing fin fn of beauty lJ > auty with a lesson Mrs Mrswas
Ilalt hal was a Calvinist without a doubt doubttart
tl t tart h if I not In name She was a doc1 doc
trinaire Hollestone on the contrary
was pure poet poet1urther
Further than that it will be noted that thatin
in tho Ilollestone lines linesthe the lamb l 18 always alwaysrererred alwaysreferred
referred to as he while the Hale stanzas
describe the celebrated creature us it itquite itquite itquite
quite as though it were an infant As 9 a amatter amatter amatter
matter of fact we know now that the lamb lambwas lambI lambwas
was a female for Mary in the interview interviewalready Intenlewalready interviewalready
already referred to and sufficiently t ufficientJ well wellattested wellattested wellattested
I attested states distinctly that the lamb lambgrew lambtrew iambgrew
grew up to a noble maturity and when she shehad
had become a regular aheap gave birth birthto
to three lambs before she died and was wasgathered wasgathered wasgathered
gathered to her fathers long and bitterly
mourned bv Marv MarvThe MaryThe lllrvThe
The lamb which never had a name of
her he own being hein always known through throughout ¬
out ou t her long and useful us fu 1 life Iif as Marys IIUIYs1l1ml
Ijiiinb continued her beneficence in a uposthumous aposthumous aposthumous
posthumous manner For ui when there therewai therelas therewas
las talk of tearing down the Old South SouthChurch SouthChurch
Church in Boston Mary gave n pair of ofsocks otsocks ofoeks
socks made from her iambs wool to the thecommittee thecommittee tuecommittee
committee engaged engu ed in raising a fund to tosuve to8ave toLve
suve Lve the church The socks were un unravelled unravelled tinravelled ¬
ravelled and the yarn old in little frag fragments frl1 frl1ments fragInents ¬
ments for a 1 total of 1170 11 l7O 0 Ono such frag fragment fragxnent ¬
ment duly attested ii is included in the thecollection thecolletil1l1 thecollection
I collection Mary survived her lamb by by180methin byI
j 180methin I something like sixtylive years passing passingawar passingaway
I away in Somerville So III I rv ill Mass at the age aK of
83 3 having in the meantime m antim married ti timan IIman aman
man named Tyler Tylerlx
1 lx EYS EI ABOl ABOUT T A 1 SLICIUE SLICIUEPhiladelphia SIIIIEPhiladelphIa iClllIJEPbl1adllphla
Philadelphia Woman Finds Wliern WliernHusband bere lh ltsaiti ltsaitiIluMband llI llIlIulband
Husband Is and has Him Arrested ArrestedDr
Dr Max Mandelstaru a dentist of 500 500High 500High 500High I
High street Newark was locked up I at atthe atthe atthe
the First Precinct police station in that thatcity thatcity thatcity
city yesterday on complaint of his wife wifeFreda wifeJreda wifeFreda
Freda Mandelstam of Philadelphia who whocharged whocharged whocharged
charged him him with nonsupport The Thewoman Thewoman rhewoman
woman declared that her husband dis disappeared disappeared diiappeared ¬
appeared from Philadelphia seventeen seventeenmonths seventetmmonths seventeenmonths
months ago and that since inct 1800 she had hadnot hatl1I0t hadnot
not known of his hi whereabouts until tintilMhe tintilMheread she sheread he heIfad
read the newspaper stories of the suicide suicideof
of the dentists s sister Iist r in in Newark onApril onpiI3DI 3 3Dr 3Dr I
Dr Mandelstams sister was Miss Helen HelenMundpUtam lIelE1lIlandeistam HelenMandeistam
MundpUtam She swallowed nitric acid acidat
at the home of her brother Mitis Man Mandelstam Mandeistam landeistam ¬
deistam who ho was 23 years Ears old was an anexconvict unexconvict anexconvict
exconvict of a Siberian prison and an anexile anexile anexile
exile from Russia II is it believed that thather thather thather
her mind was affected by her h troubles troublesin troublin
in Russia The day before she he took her herlife heII herlife
life she visited a moving picture theatre theatrewith thEatrewith theatrewith
I with a friend and a scene of a chain gang gangof gangof gangof
of Russian prisoners being beaten by hyI
Cossacks was wa flashed on the curtain curtainThis curtainIhiR curtainThis
I This is said to have preyed on her mind mindMrs mimlMrs mindMrs
Mrs Mandelstam declared yesterday yesterdaythat eterdaythat
that she had her husband arrested in inPhiladelphia inPhiladelphia inPhiladelphia
Philadelphia in 1900 on a charge chargeof of deser desertion dellertion ilesertion ¬
tion and that the court ordered him to tosupport tosupport tosupport
support her She said that he did ai a he hewas hlla8 hewas
was directed until ho disappeared and andthat andthat andthat
that all trace of him was lost until his hissister hi hisister hissister
sister committed suicide Mrs Mandel Mandelstam Mandelstain Iandelstam ¬
stam wanted to make a formal charge chargeof
of desertion but this she could not do as asshe assbe asshe
she does not have a residence here She Sheis Siteis
is i living now with relatives at OS East Ea Ea115th East115th I I115th I
115th street Manhattan ManhattanAlAL ManhattanY11tL ManhattanV4IIL
I
AlAL STORES C CISE CISEllegeil I SE J JTrllst I IAllrseil I
Allrseil Trust Must = Answer nfll1nr to toI CharIOt Chargesntlcr I
I ncler Sherman AntiTrust Law IawSAVANNAH 14 LawSAvAcAiI
SAVANNAH SAAX fJ Ga April ApriltJudgl 17 17Judge Judge Shep1 Shep1pard ShEp ShEppard Sheppard I
pard in the lnited States court handed handeddown I Idown Idown
down his decision this morning on the thedemurrer thedemurrer I
demurrer in the case of the United States Statesagainst I Iagainst Iagainst
against the American Naval Stores Com1 Com1pany ComIpany Corn Cornpany
pany the alleged naval stores ttor trust trustThe tlllltI trustThe
The Court ourt overruled the demurrer to the thofirst th thefirst
I first and second counts of the indictment indictmentand
I and sustained it as ilfllO to the third count countlhe I
i The third count charged mono monopolizing monopolizingand > oliing oliingand
i and attempting to monopolize and the theCourt theCourt I II
Court overruled both for the th reason that thattwo j jtwo itwo
I two separate offetKets shotild not have havebeen havebeen
been charged in a single count and because becauseI I
I of its uncertainty uncertaintyThe
f The he effect of the th Courts decision is if to touphold toi
i I uphold the penal provisions of the lit Sher Sherman Shermark ¬
man antitrust law and to order the de defendants defendants tIefeudants ¬
I fendants to trial on the charge char e of con conspiracy conIIpiracy conspiracy ¬
spiracy in restraint of trade nefiovern T ThGovernmeiiti4 1 nefiovernmentw
mentw counsel contends that while hil hile they theywill theywilt
I will wil1l1nl not lie permitted to attempt to prove provemonopolization pro promonopolization provemonopolization I
monopolization they th will intr inlrodllc < xluce prac practically pracI
I tically all of the Ih > testimony I they originally originallyintended I II I
I intended to present pre nt in order to prove proeI provethe
1 the conspiracy in restraint of trade tradeI tradeJudge
I Judge S H Adams attorney for the thedemurrantp Ih IhI tbdeinurrante
I demurrantp exceptod to the ruling rlllin of ofthe ofthe I
the Court ourt on the demurrer to the first firstand IirstHnd iretand
I and second count and it is is certain that thatthe I Itlm Ithe
the matter will bo taken to tho Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCourt I
Court of the United States if the defend defendants dlfendauts defendants
ants are convicted Defendants conn connsel coonset I IBel
set also stated etatp < i that his clients wore in a i islate Istate Istate
state of uncertainty as to what matters matterstliev mattersthey
they will be expected to controvert and andsaiit andsail andsaid
sail that he expected exrected he would make a amotion amotion amotion
motion for a bill bil of particulars particulars1h
1h The Court announced that h hfl would wouldhear wouldhear wouldhear
hear the motion on Monday morning moiningMORE morningIIORE
I
MORE Ill IIIIWIS A HO ES Ur4lVS7 f 4IsT 4IsTTrenton > YKES YKESTrrnton
Trenton I Lawyers atv > crs Peculation PIC II t lt1 on Slay 111 Reach llracliJEOOO UrachJ ReachM75001IS
M75001IS JEOOO J OOOIII 111 Office Iorclbly Inlrrrd InlrrrdTRENTON InterldTflENTOX IntrreitTnErroN
TRENTON N J April pril I t7n 17 Armed with withsearch withsearch
search warrants and attachments attach merits con constables constables ¬
stables today broke into the office of ofJohn ofJohn ofJohn I
John Sykes the lawyer and lay preacher preacherwhose preacherwhose I Iwhose
whose disappearance a i few days ago agowas aoWilli agowas
was followed by the issuing il < of warrants warrantscharging warrantscharFting warrantscharging
charging him with embezzlement embezzlementIt
It was at first fi rst supposed that the pecu peculations peculations peclilations ¬
lations of Mr Sykes were confined to the theJumes theJames theJames I
James Brook estate of which he had been beenfora heenfor beenfor
fora for a number of years executor and trus trustee trulihut trilstee ¬
tee but hutso so many mnanynther other questionable > trans transactions tranaction transactions ¬
actions have come to light that the law lawyers 111101verB lawvera ¬
verB who have been investigating believe believethai blllieveihat believethat
thai the shortage Rhorta e will amount to from fromS60Q fromo0o0
60000 to 75000 Scarcely Sea reey an hour of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the day passes without evidence or allega allegation allegation ahlegation ¬
tion of additional fraud being heln brought and andthn uncithe andthe
the end has apparently not been reached reachedTho roachedThe reachedThe
The police have been unable to obtain obtainany ohtainany obtainany
any clue as to the whereabouts of Sykes SykesThey SykeRThev SykesThey
They have learned that he was well sup supplied fmpplieii supplied ¬
plied with money when he left having havingtransformed havingtranRformed havingtransformed
transformed into cash nil his available availableassets availahleaSlltB availableassets
assets In addition to thin > he nego negotiated negotiated negotinted ¬
tiated n 1 2500 5O0 cash loan from one of his hisfellow hisfellnw hisfellow
fellow church meml members > erfl upon the plea pleathat pleathat pleathat
that he had an opportunity to obtain a aparticularly aparticularly aparticularly
particularly desirable mortgage mort age for ready readymoney readymoney readymoney
money
10000 IV FIRS STOLEN STOhEXSuspect STOLENA TO E Efi
A Suspect fi u pect Arrrstril on the Morel or the theFurriers thtllurrlrr5 theFurriers
Furriers Daughter DaughterSamuel UautprSamul1 IaughtrrSamuel
Samuel Friedman of 72 Union street stiootwas IItl61tWas streetwas
was held in 1000 bail in theTomluj Ih the Tom Tombs hI court courtyesterday courtYfsterda courtyesterday
yesterday for examination upon a short shortaffidavit Hhortaffidavit shortaffidavitcharging
affidavit affidavitcharging charging him with being Ii i sus suspicious IIUfIpiciou8 suspicious ¬
picious person On April Id II William WilliamSimon WilliamSimon WilliamSimon
Simon a furrier of 23 3 W CAt Thirtysecond Thirtysecondstreet Thirt second secondetreet
street missed 10000 worth of mink and andsable andflable anda1Ie
sable furs from his establishment Fried Friedman Friedman Friedman ¬
man answered answen d the description of a man manwho manWho manwho
who had been in the store storeAt storeA
At A t Police Headquarters yesterday
Simons daughter identified Friedman Friedmanas riediianas
as the man she sh had descrit deHcrihocl > ed to the police policeSimons policeSimonlI policeSimons
Simons store had not been broken open OIMHIThe openThe openThe
The police believe tho robl robbery > ery was ef effected offected f ffected ¬
fected by some ono who concealed him himself himeelf 1dmeif ¬
self in the store and worked after all had hadFlslit hiattgoito I Igone
gone goitoI1o5 i iliD
liD I1o5 Flslit on IlotW One Drowned DrownedSevenyearold IronneijSevenyearold
I
Sevenyearold Pawed Maisiriik of iou 101Knsex HJJE ioulssex
Knsex E flex street Jersey City picked up a apieco ali
piece li of wood on the Gamecock Pock at nttho atthe atthe
the foot of Hudson street that city ycs ycst ycstrdar yestarday
t trdar tarday rday afternoon and a larger lur pr boy in n nsqiiacl ItflqlJa aMqliitI
sqiiacl flqlJa MqliitI of wood gatherers attempted to totake totake totake
take the stick away from him There Therewas rherewas
was a wrestle and in the commotion the thesmall theIImall thesmall
small boy rolled overboard and was wasdrowned W18drowned wasdrowned
drowned His body wan drawn out by byJohn hyJohn byJohn
John Wood It was sent to Hughess Hughessmorgue Hughes8morgue Jlughessmorgue
morgue The boy Joy was one of a family of offive offive offive
five children childrenUrn
Urn UlnRliam to nest In Noin Scotia ScotiaCornmiFnioner SeoUaCommiptliontr ScotiaCommissioner
Commissioner Bingham n il to start on onMonday onMonday onMonday
Monday for Nova Scotia on a vacation vacationof
of indefinite length When Secretary
Slattery was asked yesterday if the Com Commissioner CommllIloncr Cornmissioner ¬
missioner wan not really taking tl king a rest restbefore I Iforll Ibefore
before forll going to a new job he said Them Themisnt ThereIsnt 1 1Int
isnt job Commissioner 4 4ham
any new lung ¬
ham ban been working work In hard and is in inneed Inneed Inneed
need of a rent Hes He going oln away to get getit getit
it Thats all there U to it 0 11 11it 4
BIDS ST JOHNS BE PATIENT PATIENTBISHOP
BISHOP GltEEIt GIVES AO HOPE HOPEOF
01 A t CUIXOED PLAN FIVSatuned PI PLANStist1ed tN tN8atllned
Satuned That the Work ork Can ne Done DoneUctter DoneUtltter DoncDotter
Dotter Elsewhere and Uwpeaki Fair FairPity FaIrIlay Ir Irllay
Pity for Rector SlannlnR lannln lannInFift3ttyo lannInFift3ttyoNew Fiftytwo FiftytwoNew
New Communicant Are Confirmed ConfirmedThey ConnrmedThey Confirmedrliey
They had ft confirmation service sen ice last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night at St Johns Chapel in Varick street streetat
at which fiftytwo new communicants communicantsj
j were receiver Both Bishop Greer and andI andthe andthe
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I the Rev Re William T Manning the rector rectorof
j of Trinity were there the So great an a ad adi addition
i dition to the roll of worshippers at St StI StJohns t tI
I Johns was by way of showing that there thereis
is a good deal of strength left in the chapel chapelwhich chapelwhich chapelwhich
which the congregation fears Trinity is isgoing isgolllg isgoing
going to closo to it itThe itThe itrhie
The confirmation service was conducted conductedby
by Bishop H Ihop Greer The only par part that thatDr
I Dr D Manning took wan the reading of the thointroduction theintrodution theintrodtiction
II introduction Bishop Greer preachod the theconfirmation theconfirmation theconfirmation
confirmation sermon The Rev Charles Charleslj
lj I Oomph tho vicar read the lesson He Heannounced HeIUlllounced Heannounced
I announced that the > usual services would wouldbe
be held In St Johns today todayFifteen todayFifteen
Fifteen of the new communicants were wereadults werearlults woreadults
I adults and ten of them were men The Thorest Therest fherret
rest were boys and girls The chapel was wasfull wasfull wasfull
full and it was said that most of the people peoplethere peoplethtre peoplethere
there were members of the congregation congregationThere
There must have been four hundred of ofthem ofthell1 ofthem
them themAfter themAfter
thell1ftlr After ftlr the service word was passed passedaround passedaround passedaround
around that the Bishop wanted to meet meetthe meettht meetthe
the congregation congle ation in the Sunday school schoolroom schoolroom
room upstairs The people formed in a along along along
long line and shook hands with the Bishop BishopAfter Bishopftr BishopAfter
After most of them theinitad had passed before him himsomebody himHomebody himsomnebody
somebody raised his hand and said that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Bishop B ohop had something to say to the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people of St Johns There was a hush hushforthwith hU8hforthwith hushlortliwitli
forthwith and the congregation gathered gatheredclosely gatheredclosely gatheredclosely
closely around aroundBishop uroundBishop aroundBishop
Bishop Greor Gr r told them that he had hodgreat hadreat hadgreat
great reat sympathy for them and gave them themassurances themlfIsurances themimassurances
assurances that their needs would be becared becared Je Jecared
cared for forYour forYour forYour
Your present needs said he will willbe willbe willbe
be abundantly taken care of Nobody Nobodyin obodyin
in this congregation need feel that he hewill hewill hevill
will be deprived of a 1 place in which to toworship towOl toworship
worship wOl > hip But in considering coll > lidering what is isto i ito isto
to become of St Johns > I have had to tolook tolook tolook
look further ahead than the days imme immediately I01mtdiattlly immncdiately ¬
diately in front of us 1 am satisfied that thatin thatin thatin
in the future the work of the church can canbe canbe
be carried on to better advantage else elsewhere elsewhere elsewhere ¬ I
where That is what we have had to toconsider toconider toconsider
consider most seriously the future ad advantage advantage advantage ¬
vantage of the work in this parish parishI
I beg of you to be patient 1 beg of ofyou ofyou ofyou
you to look at this question in a spirit spiritof spiritof
of fair play You must be patient with withthe withthe
the new rector of Trinity in his hi efforts effortsto
to arrive at the best solution of this prob problem probIem problem ¬
lem I assure that this b not the greatest greatestof
of his hi problems He has many more moreand moreand
and some of them are more difficult than thanthis thanthi thaTuthIs
this > And nd if after he h has done his hi best bestyou bestyou Jttyou
you feEl that you have not been fairly fairlytreated fairlytreated fairlytreated
treated I IllSk ask that thttVou you come to me meThere meThere nieThere
There won a little hand clapping and andthen anrlthn amidthen
then the bishop b and Dr Manning bowed bowedthemselves bowedthemselves Jawedthemselves
themselves out outItRAWX outIJRIIL out1RA
ItRAWX 1RA lEN TO Tin If IIItISf1Lf IIItISf1LfII IV SELF SELFII
II n Clark Accused cco ccuse ed of Burning the Hunt HuntMansion HuntIn10n HuntIncion
In10n Mansion = at nhlnebcrk nhlnebcrkPouoHKEEPSlE RhlnlbrckPOVOJlKEEIStE RhlneiwckFOUGHKCEPSIE
PouoHKEEPSlE April 17When 17 When th thnxtra the thlfxtra theextra
extra panel of Jurors was drawn for the theSupreme theSupreme theSuprenw
Supreme Court next week when Justice JusticnKeogh JustifKeogh JusticeKeogh
Keogh will hear a number of criminal criminalcubes priminalCUBell erimnimialcases
cubes one of tho names in the list was wasHerbert wasHerbert wasHerbert
Herbert 15 Clark a wealthy Rhmel nhineheck nhineheckmalT Rhineheckmamrwho > eck eckmarrwho
marrwho malT ho is under indictment for arson arsonarid arsonanrl arsonand
arid burglary It t is unusual for a mm mmcharged mll1chargld mancharged
charged with crime to be drawn to try tryhimself tryhimself tryhimself
himself Justice Keogh Ke < ogh directed that thatClark thatlark I IClark
Clark lie served in the usual manner by bytho bythe
tho Sheriff although althou h he will of course coursebe I
be relieved from duty dutyClark dut dutyClark I
Clark is accused of setting tire to the theHuntington theHuntington theHuntington
Huntington mansion at Ilhinelwck nhinel ck over overa
a year ar ago The building was burned burnedcausing burnpncausing hornedcausing
causing H heavy loss He I is il nlso cliargeri cliargeriwitn cliargerlwith 1t np1 np1wilo
with stealing articles from tho manion manionbefore mflnionfore mnsniomtbefore
before > fore setting tire to it and with commit committing committirig Ommiltint ¬
ting other thefts The evidence ngainst againsthim ngainsthim
him consists mainly of tho confessions confessionsof conft sionA sionAof
of if two voting men who were his alleged allegedaccomplices allegedaCMmp1 allegedaccompices
accomplices accomplicesClark aCMmp1 LeR LeRClark
Clark is the th son of a Now 0 York grain grainelevator grailielevator rain rainIator
elevator owner nnd and h he is nlso wealthy we lthy
in his own right He is married It is isalleged L Lallfled isalleged
alleged that he lived n double life lif in indulging indUIFin iiiduiging ¬
dulging dUIFin in ii criminal practices by night nightand nightan iiigbtand
and an appearing by day to t ts Ix he an eminently eminentlyrespectable Iminntlvnflpectnbl eminentlyrespectable
respectable citizen citiz n Clark owns a bejuti bejutiful heuutiful
ful country homo homnoat at Rhinebeck adjoining adjoiningthat
that of his father and mother who ho are arestanding aresUlndinl arestanding
standing by him loyally as is his oi wife wifein
in his troubles troublesEECCTIOS troublesE troublesEXECUTIONS
EXECUTIONS E CAVSE NEW E1r RIOT RIOTCrueltleft RIOTrueltlf RIOTCruelties
Cruelties of Mexican 3texleanTroops = Troops at Torrcon Torrconrho Torrlonnrhe TorreonDrime
nrhe rho Crowd to the HUH HUHTonnEON IIllIsfonmor lullsronnEoN
TonnEON Mex Iet April Aprilt7Reports 17 Reports from fromVelardona fromVeardona fromVelardona
Velardona where the riots rlotlloccurred occurred last lastSaturday la81Saturday laetSaturday
Saturday because a religious procession processionwas proc > sion sionwas
was stopped say that seven more of the thorioters theriolers therioters
rioters were executed on Tuesday by the thetroops th thtroopq thetroops
troops and a large number of the mob mobarmed moharmed mobarmed
armed themselves and took to the hills hillspursued hillBpursued hillslIirstIed
pursued by h the soldiers soldiersIt
It is i feared that a series of bloody bloodyencounters bloodrencount bloodyencounters
encounters rf between the rioters and the thetroops thotroops thetroops
troops will follow as the rioters are said saidto Mi Mito
to he well armed and are ar determined determinedto
to escape punishment by fighting to the thodeath thedeath theteat
death deathTho deathThe teat h hThe
The rioters wrecked the th show windows windowsof
of the Torrcon Mercantile Company an anAmerican anAmerican anAmerican
American concern managed by W B Bfano BLane BLane
Lane and took arms a ammunition and andliquor andliqllors andliquors
liquor The State Department at Wash Washington Washinj Washington ¬
ington inj < tton will probably be appealed to for fortho forthe forthe
the collection of f indemnity
23 2 ITALI ITILl1VS S SENT BACK BACKKevrn BICKevln flACKSern
Kevrn evln Were Irc Criminals IT 1 7 Stowaways and andOne andOn anda
One On a Lunatic LunaticThe lullatiCTh Lunaticrue
The Th Fabre Line steamship Roma which whichsailed whichsailed hiehlIail
sailed lIail d yesterday for Naples and Mar Marseilles Marseillos IlarIpjIJs ¬
seilles took back twentyfive undesirables undesirablesnil
all Italians who had shipped at atTerm Nfipleq NfipleqTen NUJIMTen
Ten were 10 stowaways who w 10 had arrived arrivedhere urn arrivedhere < d dhlo
here on the Ih Romaa sister ship the tll Oer Oerinania Gprmania er ermania
mania coven were stowaways who ciime ciimeon cnmflon cummeon
on the Kotna one in a lunatic and seven sevenhave sevenhave sevenhave
have criminal records recordsThe recordThe recordsThe
The line has special detectives cl to watch watchits
its ships to nee that those destined for fordeportation forc1eportution fordeportation
deportation do not get away On TJiurs TJiursday Tjtllrflday Tjiiirsday
day morning one of the had ones who whosailed whnflailed whosailed
sailed by tho Itorrut was being taken tllkf > n off offthe offIhe of ofthe
the pier by a New lew York Italian when a adetective Itdetectie adetective
detective intercepted them The New NewYork NllwYork NewYork
York man ran and the detective tired a ashot aHhot ashut
shot at him which missed The Italian Italianfrom Harlanfrom Italianfrom
from th the ship shipsurrendered surrendered and was wasaken wasakenack taken takenback takenback
back aboard aboardHas aboardal
Has al a Friend of Old John Ilronn of Os Osnawattomlc Osawaltol1llc Ossawattemic
nawattomlc nawattomlcLos sawattemiciOELlt5 awaltol1llcLOR
Los ANGELES A < arLEB Cal April 17 17Thc The Rev RevCalvin RevCalvin RevCalvin
Calvin R Pattee a closo clo friend of John JohnBrown JohnBrown IohnBrown
Brown of Ossawattomio and a Methodist Methodistminister Methodistnuinister
minister for sixtyfour years died here heretoday II heretimtiny r rtnday
today aged ugecl82 82 Mr Pattee J > at had preached preachedin
in Now York Wisconsin Kansas and andPacific anrlJacifio andIiwiflo
Pacific Coast Coa l pulpits Ho preached U lit l lat I Iat Iat
at Chorryville Ian KanOno IanOne
One of John Browns sons lives a hermit hermitlife hlrmltlife hermitlife
life in the Sierra Madro Mountains near nearLos nearLo8 nearLos I
Los Angeles AngelesJraft AnCelestrart Angelesliraft
Jraft In Catholics atholh Name NameIn Nal NalIn Namnein
In all the Roman Catholic churches of ofthis ofthill oftliii
this city today a letter will be rend from fromArchbishop fromArchbllhop fromArchbishop
Archbishop Parley warning the parish parishioners parishloners ¬
ioners against ngl lnflt impostors seeking alms almsin
in In the name naine of religion religionIn rell rellion rellionIn lon lonIn
In his hi letter which is I addressed to all allpastorsthn nilraa1or8thA allpastorethe
pastorsthn Archbishop rails attention to tothe 10the Icthe
the fact that all persons from outside the fhAdiocese i idiocese Iltocese
diocese making appeals appea for charity will willcarry willrnarry < VIIIarry
carry authorization under his hissed seal stating statingthe statin statindte I
the object of their work and the length lengthf lengt lengtIf
If f time the permission la to bold go4 r rI
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I A Talk on Correct Millinery MillineryIT
IT IS THE FASHIONABLE AND SENSIBLE WOMAN WHO WHORECOGNIZES WHOi WHORECOGNIZES
i RECOGNIZES THE VALUE TO OBTAIN THE HAT WHICH WHICHIS
IS CORRECT TO WEAR SO MUCH INDIVIDUAL SELEC SELECTION SELECI SELECTION ¬
I TION WAS SELDOM ALLOWED TO WOMANKIND IN HATS HATSAS
I
AS THIS SEASON THE SPECTACULAR MODELS SHOWN SHOWNIN
IN I N THE EARLY PART OF THIS SEASON ARE BEING RAPIDLY RAPIDLYDISPLACED RAPIDLYDISPLACED RAPIDLYDISPLACED
II DISPLACED BY THE MORE MODIFIED STYLES STYLESOUR STYLESOUR STYLESOUR
OUR AFTEREASTER EXHIBIT OF TRIMMED HATS IS IN INTRINSICALLY INTRINSICALL INTRINSICALLY ¬
TRINSICALLY Y BEAUTIFUL BEAUTIFULELEGANT BEAUTIFULI BEAUTIFULELEGANT
ELEGANT HATS TRIMMED WITH PARADISE AIGRETTES AIGRETTESAND
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AND OSTRICH PLUMES CONSERVATIVE TRIMMED FLOWER FLOWERHATS FLOWERHATS FLOWERHATS
HATS EMBODYING ALL THE NEW COLORINGS TO BLEND BLENDHARMONIOUSLY BLENDHARMONIOUSLY BLENDHARMONIOUSLY
HARMONIOUSLY WITH THE NEW SUMMER FROCKS FROCKSSPECIAL FROCKSI FROCKSSPECIAL
I SPECIAL DISPLAY THIS WEEK OF FEATHER HATS HATSAT HATSI HATSAT
I AT J2500 2500 THEY ARE COPIES OF IMPORTED MODELS MODELSCOSTING MODELSI MODELSCOSTING
COSTING 5000 6000 AND 7000 7000EXCLUSIVE 7000EXCLUSIVE 7000EXCLUSIVE
I
EXCLUSIVE WING AND QUILL HATS SUITABLE FOR OUT OUTING OUTING OUTING
ING AND TRAVEL TR VEL AT J850 1250 AND flfW flfWAN 1100 1100AN 1100AN
AN ENTIRE FLOOR DEVOTED TO THE SALE OF TRIMMED TRIMMEDHATS TRIMMEDHATS TRIMMEDHATS
HATS AT flOCO IOcoEACH EACH HAT POSSESSING THE RENARD RENARDTOUCH RENARDI RENARDTOUCH
TOUCH OF CHIC AND GRACE AND EMBODYING IDEAS IDEASTHAT IDEASTHAT IDEASTHAT
I THAT HAVE BEEN ACCEPTED ABROAD BY THE MOST MOSTCONSERVATIVE MOSTCONSERVATIVE tiOSTI
CONSERVATIVE DRESSERS DRESSERSA
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A NEW SHIPMENT OF UNTRIMMED LEGHORN SHAPES SHAPESMODELS SHAPESMODELS SHAPESMODELS
MODELS THAT ARE ONLY SHOWN IN HIGHCLASS HAT HATPARLORS HATPARLORS HATPARLORS
PARLORS AT 500 EACH EACHAN EACHi EACHAN
i AN ASSORTMENT OF ROUGH AND RUSTIC BRAID UN UNTRIMMED UNTRIMMED UNTRIMMED
TRIMMED SHAPES COPIES OF IMPORTED SHAPES IN INBLACK INBLACK INBLACK
BLACK BURNT AND COLORS AT 295 295PARADISE 295PARADISE 9S 9SPARADISE
PARADISE AIGRETTES AT 795 2195 flOM 100 IN BLACK BLACKWHITE BLACKWHITE BLACKWHITE
WHITE AND NATURAL ALTHOUGH THE DEMAND FOR FORPARADISE FORPARADISE FORPARADISE
PARADISE AIGRETTES HAS INCREASED THE VALUE WE WEBEING WEBEING WEN
N BEING SUPPLIED ARE ENABLED TO GIVE OUR PATRONS PATRONSTHE
THE BENEFIT OF THESE LOW PRICES PRICESWILLOW PRICESWILLOW PRICESWILLOW
WILLOW FEATHERS WILL BE PLACED ON SALE MON MONDAY MONDAY MONDAY ¬
DAY AT S95 1253 AND 1695SEVERA1 1695 SEVERAL NEW STYLES OF OFBRANCHING OFBRANCHING OFBRANCHING
BRANCHING IN A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT ASSORT ENT OF COLORS COLORSNEW COLORSiEW COLORSNEW
NEW STYLE RIBBON BOWS SHOWN IN OUR RIBBON DE DEPARTMENT OJi DEPARTMENT ¬
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I PARTMENT MADE OF VELVET RIBBON AND BENGALIS BENGALISRIBBON BENGALINEI BENGALINERIBBON RENGALINERIBBON
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RIBBON ALL NEW COLORS AND BLACK ARTISTICALLY ARTISTICALLYTIED
TIED TI E D 357 iSo S7S S7SNear 575I 573Neir
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Near N Fifth Ave Ave14th A AI Avel4tb
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20 Brand New Pianos Pianosidling
idling at other stores at
300 300will
will be b offered offeredTOMORROW offeredTOMORROW offeredTOMORROW
TOMORROW ONLY AT
190 190The
The reason reas < m for these bargains at such price prie 5s flat flatthey tmtthey Thatthey
they are not makes regularly handled by us Every instru instrument instrument nsu nsument ¬
ment fully guaranteed for five years by substantial and wen wenknown weDknown wellknown
known manufacturers and by this house which guarantees guaranteessatisfaction gu1r2nttessatisfadjon guaranteessatisfadion
satisfaction on every ery instrument they sell sellA sellA sellA
A large auortment of used and exchanged exchangedpianos ezcbDgedpianos excbnedpianos
pianos at our regular Monday bargain price priceEitLer prieeaEither pricesEt1
Either Et1 Cask C or 5 Dawn and 5 Monttly MonttlyKNABE McmtIJyWM Moi1yWM
WM KNABE KNABEFiftk co coFiltL CoFtI
Fiftk ATCSUC and a d 39tk Street Streetnr
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ON EXHIBITION TOMORROW TOMORROWTHE
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THE SALE Wednesday Thursday Friday and Saturday SaturdayApril SaturdayApril SatuTdayApril
April 21 22 23 I 24 Afternoons at 230 oclock oclockIn oclockII oclocklaThe
In laThe The TheFifth TheFifth
4 Fifth Avenue A ve Art Galleries GalleriesSILO
II I SILO BUILDING Ut
5 546 Fifth Ave 45th St StMr StMr Strnis
rnis Mr James P Silo Auctioneer AuctioneerThe AUdloDccrThe AuctioneerThe
The Collection of Antiques Antiquesand
and Rare English Home Appointments AppointmentsFormed AppointmentsI AppointmentsFormed
I Formed by r Sir Roland Calligham allighamIwUb
07 0 11 IIAIIPiSTEAD AM r STEAD HEATH ENGLAND ENGLANDwith
with notable addition additionRENAISSANCE additionSRENAISSANCE addltlonRENAISSANCE
RENAISSANCE AND FLEMISH TAPESTRIES TAPESTRIESRare
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Rare Italian Gothic Cabinetry CabinetryOld
C Old Wedgwood Oriental Faiences Bibelots and Objects of Art of the theXVI theC
C XVI and XVII Centuries CenturiesGarden CenturlC3Garden CenturiesGarden
Garden Marbles and Statuary StatuaryThe
The Gallery of Paintings Paintingsof
of Old and Modern Masters MastersWill
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Will be sold FRIDAY EVENING lG April JZ 23 promptly at 8i30
I tlem BJIOtbers BJIOtbersDirect i
Direct attention to their choice selection of Wooofc WooofcSpring WoeitsSpring W mms J JJ
Spring and Summer Wraps WrapsI j jFor
J For Carriage Motoring Street and andEvening I Evening Wear WearExceptional WearExceptlonsl 4 4Exceptional
Exceptional Offerings Tomorrow TomorrowSatin
Satin S atm Top T op Coats CoatsCopies C CoatsCopies oats oatsCopiesoflmportedModes i
Copies CopiesoflmportedModes of Imported Models at 2500 3500 5500 5500Bengaline LOOBengaline 1
f fBengaline
Bengaline Top Coats at 2250 2750 2750Blue 2730Blue tf tfat
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Blue Serge Ser e Paletots Paletotsbody body and sleeveslined sleeveslinedSuitablelor sleeves sleevesIinedSuitablelor lined linedSuitablefor
Suitablelor Steamer and Automobile Wear 1650 1975 1975A
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A large collection of Womens WomensTaaior Womensfanor WomensTior
Taaior Suits Summer Dresses DressesSpecially 4
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I Specially prepared for this sale at the following followingUnusually followingUnusually followingUnusually
Unusually Low Prices PricesTwo PrIce8Two
Two Piece Walking Suits SuitsFrench SultFrench SuitFrench Ih
French Serge two styles Actual Value 4950 3250 325OEnglish 3250English
I English Serge II 3500 2500 2500Ramie 2500Ramie 2500Ramie
Ramie Linen II n 2450 1850 1850Three t 1850Three 850Three
Three Piece Walking Suits SuitsFrench SuitsFrench w
1 1French
French Linen Actual Value 3000 2150 2150One 2 I 50 50One
One Piece Dresses DressesOttoman DressesOtloman
Ottoman Ribbed Linen Actual Value Y lue 3500 2750 2750Lingerie 275OLingerie 4 4I
I Lingerie 1950 1450 1450PJain 14 50 i ji if f fPJain cPjain
PJain Fancy Silk several styles II 1850 1350 1350An 1350i
B BAn
An Exceptional Sale of ofWomens ofI ofWomen
I Womens s Silk Gloves GlovesZ
2 Clasp Tricot Silk Gloves Doubletipped Doubletippedin c <
in black white tan and gray at atat 38 j
16 Button Length Len th Milanese Doubletipped DoubletippedMousquetaires C
Mousquetaires in black white and tan at atMonday atMonday 7 3
m mf mi f
i Monday Another Special Offering of ofSummer ofI ofSummer
I Summer Sum er Silks SHksI Si9ksConsisting SilksConsisting
I Consisting of ofPrinted ofPrinted
1 Printed Satin Foulards Fancy Shantungs Striped Stripedand StripedandChecked and andChecked andChecked
Checked Taffetas Broche Mousseline and Fancy Tussshs TussshsAlso TusShsAJ TussbAlso
Also AlsoNatural AJ ro roNatural Snc 5cNatuaI 1
Natural Shantung Pongees 27 inches wide wideheavy wideI wideheavy
heavy avy quality qua itYhgh high lustre Regular Price 125 Yard YardBlack YardBlack YardBlack >
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Black Satin Finish Foulards A Qe1 Qe1I C
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I 24 4 inches wide perspiration and showerproof shower proof at atValue lF lFValue < i
Value 85c Yard YardTomorrow YardTomorrow < f
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Tomorrow 7 a Purchase of ofCotton ofCotton I
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Cotton and Silk Mixed and Union Linen LinenDress LinenDress
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55uo C 5 ant on Vd Yds ras i J silk Stripe Zephyrs and Woven Stripe 11 1c C fI
YJUJ 1 and Check Tissues in fancy weaves weavesValue 11 IIValue ifJ ifJValue
Value 25c to 40c Yard Yardf
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500 Yds 36 in wide glove finish medium weight 11 J 9c11 C CI
1 in the most desirable colorings coloringsValue 11 l ff l
Value 35c Yard YardEmbroidered YardEmbroidered YardE3mbroldered
Embroidered Robes Robesof
of 9 Linenette Batiste and Poplin Poplinin J
in a variety of colors colorsColored At t 3 0 7 J JColored
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Colored Dress Goods GoodsAt
At Important Reductions ReductionsWaist ReductIonsWaist
Waist Skirt and Dress Lengths LengthsOF
OF HIGH CLASS MATERIALS CONSISTING OF NOVELTIES NOVELTIESPLAIN S 1 IPLAIN I i tt ttPLAIN
PLAIN ALL WOOL SILK AND WOOL VOILES MARQUISETTES MARQUISETTESEOLIENNES MARQUISETTESEOLIENNES ill
EOLIENNES SERGES PRUNELLAS lie MIXED TAILOR SUITINGS SUITINGSAt
At Less Than Half Cost of Importation ImportationMsses mportat1onMisses
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Misses Tailormade Suits SuitsExcellent SuitsExce SuitsExcellent
Excellent Exce ent Values for Monday MondayTwo J If
Two or Three Piece Models OF Plain or vie vieSerges 4 f
Serges Threequarter Length Coats peau de cygne lined linedGirls 4fI 4fIOlrs 4 a 50 U UOIr3
Girls Reefers and Washable Dresses DressesReefers oo ooReefers I IReefers
Reefers Dressy Models of Serges or orPaca J > tca Cloth Clothtrimmed Clothtrimmed i1
trimmed with braid and buttons 6 to 14 yrs yrsWashable yr yrWashable 8 95 1f 1fA
Washable Dresses of Plain Chambray and andImported g r11f r11fImported A
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Imported Repp Dutch Neck Model 8 to 16 yrs O 50 U UGuimpes
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Guimpes S of o White Lawn Three Insertions of ofEmbroidery QC 98C I i iEmbroidery 1
Embroidery with tucking 4 to 14 yrs yrsChildrens O 9 9S a aChildrens 5
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Childrens CoatS of navy and red Paca Cloth Collarless ColiarlosModels Col1srj Col1srjModels JI
Models or with detachable White Pique Collar 2 to 6 yrs yyBoys 395 395Boys fts Y T TBoys
Boys Washable Suits Blouses BlousesVery BOIlaeVery
Very Much Below Regular Prices PricesRussian PrlceaRussian I J JRussian
Russian and Sailor Suits SuitImported t tImported t tImported
Imported Galateas White Pique and Drills DrillsActual DrillsActual 4
Actual Value 350 at atImported atImported a aImported 51 95
Imported Repps Madras and Galateas GalateasActual GalateasActual l
Actual Value Value450 450 atBJouses atBlouses at ltBlouses 2 95
Blouses 8 to 15 years yearsWhite c cWhite 4Ae
White and Colored Madras with or orwithout collar at atActual U u9C u9CActual i iActual
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