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2HE SUN, OCTOBER C.
Battleship North Dakota Under Brooklyn Eridge
Trn I'iiilitors Will He in Xoi-th
i!ivM' When New York
Opens lis Kye.
All,(HfS TO SKK HA.MB
Foini.il it ics To-iiioitow Will "'
llnii'ied So None Will Miss
p- v ili.il tli" majority of New
V ir'o'"" " ci'tlilifi i he stickers out of
,r.ir r thi tiiormn; t"ii luttlexhltw.
,mv ' ' ""' hKmiioj Ruurd of Undo
inn Vhntlc licet of 123 Vessels, will
,'r,ini iiih tl luiilior with Hear Admiral
Huru Imiis. I'otiimunder-in-ehief , and
hi g.ill.uil iii'.'lt, nil of whom ixmh! to
Ytr .1 gloriole lime until October 1.1
fntcn.iim!ig and being entertained at
the timMliJt'lnn mid review arranged
(r ih' Viy Ucpaitmcnt for the mutual
tn"ti' nf tlin public and the ftWt
i h expected that tin flnliip (.'on
rwtirtit mid tlio Und of her visiting sisters
nil c" ln'iv about eight o'clock and
iihe I " r pailioti m t!n Hudson lllvor
The (1,ic ,tp will anchor alio'it opKslto
Seven -i'v'"th mimm and the other
Till n- ! ip on th Now York tide of the
rurr i. t1. is. -rt h of h'"
In ...... thai f ;m will able to know
t " in the II ivy c.ifh ship will
dWl.i? i'I'iiImt hix f'": hU mm k-ioikI-inj
eli.ui. published in 'I'm, Hp.v.
rh. h rli iiiHiy will U abl" Jo mi with
pi.i i ' .ii I ' f gl isso-i iiim'imv. tin' rive:
' i't lo"k the executive inmmlttee
rf M.iiv.i (iaytior'tt I'.immiMeo. hcid"d by
t'.r'Mi' Ihdder. chairm.in. and l)r Kin
,i'v hmr ian or the reception committee,
tii inii ,it tlio Col imlij.i V.ie'it I'luli at
tie 'mi ..f l.i;ht,.".ivh Mreet and jr
(.. o the thgjhlp lo make their wel-
e ' ill o:i the Admir.il and his stuff
it '0 cl wk
t to hi o'clock to-morrow moniinc
Arfii" .it (Nt'-rhaii". hix hu f of staff mill
f.wir Ir.lr.lU ctiimniulmr divUintw will '
kin1 .ii llie foot of Twenty-third street,
rb.f-" t,ey will l. met hy ivpiesonta
tire. ,f tl," Mayor's committee and tie
e-cc ed liy them to the City Hull at tl i
ri'lnrK pit kid Fqii.nl o' mounted
p'li e "ill pilrr t e wi .
I pre-!! has I'eetl ciecti! in fictit ,
if lie ( iv Hall reel's, vvhco tiie entire
Ma-ir's lominiilee Mill le uMnil l-d to
f"! thedi.Jtit'Kllixhed lighting men i f ihe
tiu' Ah the Admiral walk mm the re-
: ion loom nf the City Hull In meet the
Mvrr the rommittee will follow, .h htl '
I) Oimminn will lie in chnice of the;
Uter Admiral OMeihiiu hai leturtieil '
t the Connecticut Mayor (iaynor will!
K.ard the flai?ship for the purie of,
r'tiirnitic the rail. There will lie but
urv little dcliy in mnkitiR tliis cull. a I
the Mayor doesn't vant lo make anylxilv !
U'e for the hnll pntne which is to tnke
plaie at the I'nlo (IroluulH helwerll the
champion (iianth and the tail end N'ow
Vnrk Atnerlo lis at 2"3t oVIock for the
hciiftil of the oflicers and jackirn. Ad
miral (l.-terhaiH and Mayor (Jaynor are
Ko.ng to have front watK in the grand
John What.-!! is chairman rf tho com
mi'tre -n sailors' enteitalnttient which
l.as urnitiKed for tli" Ija.-eball Ratne !
Thi lower Rrand stand, with a watitii;'
capanty cf lli.ixio. has been plai.el at
th diMiir.l tf tiie n ivv and army, and
(viiy Nillor mid wildi- wiaritiR a uni
form i an wal, in on ins buttons. It is
eiioct(vt thai I'ikI" Sam's Ikij-s will
& nmre rarrest ronttiiK for the (Slants
than the 'lialilandeis, l y rras)ti of the
at crest nianile-teii in t tip bin clai-li b
tpin the ' lants and tin Iloston IUhIs
ii the first Kiime of the world's series
cti 'he follow iu; day
The uniier strand stand, heatintr R..V10-
will lie re-eiicd for tiie Mayor's com-1
mittce atid miests, and the ' bleachers,
holdinc H.uik). will ie (Hcupied hv a joy
ous ciowd of fans from the, l Hy Colleen I
and the public scliools i
Th stadium will be policed bv tlio 1
jmy nmi navy under orders of .Major
(ii liarry and Hear Admiral Oster-
Th" refnrve fleet and auxiliaries will
arrive on Thursday and on Triday the
ft of destrovers will steam up the river
and take up their anchor.iKe alone the
.iery snore, i tie uoltitim, wtiicii carries
th flaR of Swretary of the Navy Meyer. I
ill p t hero on Saturday. I
Durini; tho stay in New York (Octotier
Mil the ships will be or.cn to the public '
ion iioiii i r ,i. iiiuii o.i"i i .i., nui
'he shoie boats, which take the visitors
to the war vessels, mubt cease their opera
tions at tan o'clock. After that hour
tr. shore boats can only transfmrt pas
fnftyrs from the hIi'iim to the shore.
Owners of motor boatH wihint to cn
Eaj in the transiiortation of iopjo to
Mfi (rom the ships or around tho ships
"ill have to net (HTinits from tho Com
mi'inner of Docks. All boats must hr
iMperted as to leRal requirements, suit
ability and capacity. Pennants will im
Iwiwl to ioat passing inspection on
dof.ni.it of '.', permittinK them to enRaKo
m the trafllc and to usu tho sanways
tl the war vessels.
lh number of persons allowed on a
'here ..cat will bo stamped on tlio face
rf the pennant. There is a ricid rule that
fo more than tho allotted number will
t Permitted aboard a boat.
Anuiiier rule that will bo popular
itli tiie public is a regulation
Jiat tin. fare for carrying passfnijers
llWK.n t. w-arshlps and the shore shall
not ft, ,., d ;ij cents each way. No tickets
'f nnv mud are to ha sold ami business
will i.e done strictly on a cash basis,
fare hem;; paid on embarkation from
nor and during tho trip back. A fail
ure t fi, this ruin will result in dis
qualiii, ,,i(m for future operation,
J he Minimi's will lie as follows;
P.6to tyVMDUlWe tUSUIMlie
rtintnsraph taken from the I. rid nr.
festoons and lines of incandescent lamps
lormini the names witli double facings
of di.-tiucuiihiid dead naval odlcers in
iditdini: raul .loties. Karrninit. Decatur.
Terry, Torler, CiishiiiK. Worden, Daiil
itren, Lawrence, Sampson, Schley and
In a similar manner naval enpiKoments
linn names or snips will he presented
CONTIRMS PRINCE'S EXPULSION,
Chief of Paris llrterfUea Ciavr l'l
' nnti'lll il'A ration Nollrr.
Sr'rtnl Cable lieinteh to Tar Srv
I'aim.s, Oct. B. Prince Pinnatelll
d' Vr.tKon. who Is lielnR held at Kills
including Manila, SnnthiRo. I.ako t ham- ' Island, New York, pondlnc a report on
plain, l.ake Krle, Hoiihotnm Kiciiard, Die reasons why lie left France, was
Constitution. Maine, Oregon ami Olym
'Ihe illiiniinatir.n committee consists
of Charles V. 1'rice, chiiirman; Herman
Metz, vice-cliHirman; William Herri,
Hugo Heisinger and l.ouis Wiley.
Any person who gets a look at tiie ten
battleships which will arrive to-day can
learn their mimes bv -onsultiuK the fol
lowing lalile for dlst jnguNhiiiK numbers:
II Ith'Kln uinnd
l.i Nei .Icr.r
l Hhtn .
liiidoubtrdly expelled from this country
lor an Infraction of tlio KamulinK laws.
In cases of this kind the Minister
of tiie Interior decided on the expul
sion by an administrative measure. Cor
nlzance that the warrant was In ex
istence was made to Prince Plfrnatclll
by M. Soullere, chief of the gambling
detective brigade, wjio, as usual In such
cases, told the Prince that If he were
expelled lie had the right to decide
ja where he wished to go. The J'rlnco
himself selected America.
No document Is ever served on per
sons expelled from Krance.
SHIPS OFF FOR NEW YORK
t n I ii in n, llcnileil 1i rntinrcllcnt,
I. eaten nrrnuniisetl I'ler.
Niiwron-r. It I . Oct. .. -The battleship-
of the Atlantic fleet left for New
York lain (his afternoon to tak part in
tiie naval review. Lower Narracansett
Hay, which has been used as a bane for 1
the fleet since late la-t spring, had a de- I
sorted appearance this evening. T)ier i
were ten battleship in line when they
left the bay
Tho column was headed liy the flagship
Connecticut, flying the flag of It " lr Ad
Prince Pignatclll d'Aragon, who ar
rived with his valet on the French liner
France Saturdey and was sent to Kills
Island to await the Investigation of the
Special Hoard of Inquiry as to whether
he Is a proper person to land In the
L'nltisl States, was still there last night.
He occupies a room In the tower of
the "tialn building npart from the or
dinary folks that are detained on the
island. He has in the room a cot and
a chair, and there he sits all day and
frets about his position and smokes
many cigarettes. He"also found time
yesterday to pen a fretful note to Senor
I'onipeyo Diaz y Co.sslo, the Spanish
Consul-Oeneral. The note was:
"Come and get me off this Island,"
Senor Diaz replied that he thought
miral Huno Osterlnus. commander in
rhior. followed by tho Florida living the 'n' th , 1 i e.i
flag of Hear Admiral Hradley A. Fiske, 1 ,bc!,.t( to let ,hp I'ovrrnmental action
commanding tlio llrst division; the iaiuisi- ' uiiMUKia
ana, witli Hear Admiral Nathaniel It. , Hon authorities would decide what was
Usher, commanding tiie second division; best without his Interference,
the New 'Jersey, with Hear Admiral Cam- ; John Patterson of 43 Cedar street,
eron Mol inslow- of the thin d vision. th i..rncf.'.s counsel, visited him on the
and the Ohio, with Hear Admira F. F I .,,, ,. ,,.j, nV u. i t. i .
Fletcher, commanding the fourth division. , 8,nn 1 "t'nv. The Special Hoard of
'Ihe other ships were the Utah, Dela- ' 'miulry took up the matter, but no
ware, K,tn-as, HJioile Island and Nebraska ' decision will be reached until to-morrow,
with tlio fleet tender Yankton, i It Is said that the board Is awaiting
Submarine C-t in tow of tho naval tug , word from abroad concerning the
Ontario and the torpedo boat Morris, ,.rncP'H antecedents,
part of the torpedo station reserve fleet, . ... ' ' , .
left for New York earlier in tho day. and , f,,t"nar Dlaz tllat ,he 1 rl
the torpHlo flotilla with the flagship i lsn 1 ft h01 "f I'" Jaime, pretender to
Trixio will leave early next week ' the Spanish throne, but that he is a
, grandee, Mr. Patterson suld yesterday
SANE PRIEST HELD IN ASYLUM. ! 'hat th'' I'rlnc': w"" connected as
far as he can And, and that he has a
... , . .. . ... , Kuropean reputation as a sportsman, a
Oner Worked Here, Then Itetnrnril ,,,' ,' ,, , . L
I marKsman and a rider. Occasional y
nit Tbrratrnrd Pone. . he Is said to have Dlavcd coif with Klnir
.special Cable Despatch to Tint Si v.
Home, Oct. C. The newspapers print
a circumstantial story to the effect tint
a I Ionian parish priest named Giuseppe
Fabrlzl, who was expelled by Cardinal i Chlraao Man (o Weil Daughter of
0. F. ALDIS ENGAGED ABROAD.
1 .' ililnt utrft .
5Jmi . .,- .f.,in, kirrrt.
wri spirnih strrrt...
ri Hmn-ii, strrPt.
V'' ll.ie l.i I'lill. Llrppl
fl oih Mrpel.
10, o'l 'l
II ia. dl-as. aa-ki
n-::, '.3-;s, bo-ioi
m-so. ;-:, ios-iis
Agllardl and emigrated to New York,
where he was compelled to work as a
common laborer. Is now In un asylum
here, although he Is sane.
Cardinal Agllardl explains that Fab
rlr.l willingly em
Stales, preferring to work as an un
skilled laborer rather than remain here
Count du Mn.
Special Cable lletpalch to Tun Rex
Paris, Oct. 5. Owen Franklin Aldls,
the wealthy Chicago man, confirms the
ill I'Aiiittios uiui riiu- - . . . ...
Ignited to the United , r,?,M!r "f "'H "WW'"! to Miss Marie
Gaston (hi MaK. Th weflOlnjc, which
as a pr.,." When V- retted ? ta " will .aUo
Fatirlzl threatened to kill the Pope and I M .... .. .
seevral Cardinals. He was arrested, I
tried and convicted. After he had
Mr. Aldls, who Is a widower, Is 59
years old. Miss du Mas Is a charming
Ii nui. . . - .n u,.,nL,u r,.. t.r...lluV. .1
served his sentence It was duly certl- C 7,. r u ,;' ?; " ,
fled that Fabrlzl was Insane.
The doctors confirm Cardinal Agll
OLDEST IMAGE OF A CAMEL.
They met last summer when Mr. Al
dls nsked some friends to take an auto
trip with him through France and Ger
many. These friends asked that Miss
du Mas ho Invited to be une of the party
and this was done, Mr. Aldls has been
very attentive to the young woman
HOME RULE WILL PASS.
i" cjmnn nrpi-t
l.ient Commander W. H. (iherardl of
'""I H.S. Uelawantwlllbothochief patrol
officer .'nut 1'i.Llir.. u i: ii..iu .rtl... IT si S
Kelnware will be his assistant 'J he chief I
fatrol officer will bo on tho U. H. S. Gran-;
at Vinety-sixth street. He will Jiiivh ,
Kj-neral charge of the beanli guards ana
"' landing places and will be tho fleet
f'f'ieseiiiati.'ci called for in tho regula-
Hons "governing motor boats during visits
'I naval ships, " I
I' is expected that Hie Hiversido Drive '
"HI be beautifully illuminated all tho time
li'lo Sam's fleet is in port. 'I ho illumi
'latioris comniitteo of the Mayor's, general
'Onimiiteti has made a reouest that, all
'Mdenees fuujK Hiversido Drive from
"'Mtity-socond street to IMtli street bo
r'i.illy illumitmtyd from fl:S(i until 11
r'lneit. beginning Thursday oveuing,
The committee is perfecting plans for
ornamental electric lighting of Hlvorbido
itimi north of iSoventy-second street to
1'iint above Grant's Tomb, The Kul
and Sailors Monument will receive
pecia attention, Tlio statuo of Hon
nr"jl Hudson at Spuyten Duyvil will bo
outllnisl in el.H-trieity.
riiu city'g illuminating scheme of Uiv
mucJh uriv will consist in tho main of
Dlneiirrr hy llr, lloaartli In Itulna
of Ancient lllllltr City.
Special Cable Poimich In Tint Si:s
IH:ni.l.v, Oct. 5, What is believed to ho
,t . : . r i, 1 .it..
in oiuito iiiiaw u ii t, -i lie .un- w Hh T,.U i.adjlia.ik Audience
coverei m nr. iiogariu in excavuiiug
tho ruins of Karohomiseh. an ancient! Tb"' C.ovrrnmenf. Intention,
llllllleellv ' Special Cable Hetpaleh to Tin Scs,
Ho also found tho image of a Hittite 1 London, Oot S.-Premier Asriuith made
ii,..t,,Iop acui. th hodv of a Kcornlon. Him a lengthy siioech at Ladybank to-night
feet of a bull nnd tlio wings of an eagle. , on the Ulster problem. Tho gist of his
Ho also uncovered the walls of a quay at statement was to tho effect that It was the
tho foot of a hill on which a ciludel stood, firm intention of tho Government to pass
The walls wero covered with strangely j the homo rule bill. Ho added that "the
wrought reliefs. ! Opposition's demonstrations in the north
or lreianu navo revcuieu Homing mat
SnlllliK on the Camilla.
Special Cable VenpatcK to Tin Six
London, Oct. 5. - Mrs. Ava Willing
Astor nnd her daughter Muriel, Lyn
Harding, the actor; Sir Thomas Upton
nnd dipt. Simpson, the former Naval j
Attache here, were among the pas-,
sengers 'who sailed for New York to
day on the steamship Cnronla.
COLD STORAGE EGGS
Mrs. Hon tli. President of House
wives liPiijiiie. to Hepin
HESn.T OK IIKH INQI'IHY
She Kinds That n Housekeeper
Should Not Vny Over Hoe.
or WSe. n Dozen.
Mrs. .Iiili.m Heath, president of tho
Housewives league, Is io liegln u cam
palgn for cheap eggs. Mrs. Heath hns
lieen investigating the situation nnd as a
result of her researches she finds that a
housekeeper should not iy moro than
3S or 30 cents a dozen for tho liest cold
storage eggs, whllo strictly fresh or fancy j
eggs may bring as high as .10 cents or
whntever a shopkeofivr may charge and
a customer will pay.
This news she has put into a biillstln
which she is circulating to tho 2(i,ooo
members of tho league in this vicinity,
and from now on if a woman inivh .Vi
cents for cold storage eggs It is her own
fault. For from nn absolutely authori
tative source Mrs, Heath has gleaned tho
"A woman ought not to pay more than (
35 or 39 cents a dozen for eggs until after 1
Christmas. There arc on the market 1
now April cold storage eggs, which are
the iiest of the sort to lie had, and they
should retail at the foregoing prices.
However, there nre not more than enough
to supply moro than ft or 10 (er cent, of
tho trade for the next eight or ten weeks,
So the great bulk of the stock is costing
tho wholesaler fn.n: lb t 3 and should
not bo sold at retail tor moro than 3.1
or 80 cents.
"Hens nre not laying now unless they
are kept in especially heated houses and
are especially fed for the purpose, Hut
It is utterly wrong for housewives to pny
the price of funcy eggs for tho storage
quality, nnd they should not do so."
Already the bulletins are in tho hands
of the members, but in addition to that
Mrs. Heath has called a special meeting
to-morrow at Ihe home of Mrs, Charles
Griffin, Sin West 114th street, th chairman
of markets, to consider a plan of action
if the knowledge in the hands of the women
does not have the expected results, an
immediate lowering of the price of eggs.
Otherwise it may be that the same means
will be taken to bring the merchants to
time n was put into effect n while ago on
the meat question.
DR. SUN'S RAILWAY SCHEME.
Three Trunk Lines With Trrmlnnla
at Canton. ShanRhal and Tientsin.
Spe-ial Cable Keeralch lo Tun Si v
HotDUHO, Oct. S. A despatch from
Shanghai to the .VarnrirAfrn says Dr. Sun
iat-sen'H scheme for a system of na
tional railways for China comprises three
great trunk lines with eastern terminals
at Canton, Shanghai and Tientsin. The
lines will unite Lhasa to China and all the
eighteen provinces will be linked up.
Dr. S.in estimates the cost of these lines
at $3,000,000.0(10, which will be partly
covered by contributions by the provinces
and partly by a loan.
Tho correspondent is very doubtful i
about the success of the scheme. He i
points out that tho interior of China is
still in a mcdiivval condition and that it i
will take decades to modernize that sec-'
tion to the extent of making possible
tho success of such an ambitious scheme.
Ho argues that China will only bo open
to foreigners when the Powers renounco
their Consular Courts, which cannot be
thought of in the present stato of the
Chinese administration of justice.
The correspondent concludes by saying
that the most thoughtful men view Dr.
Sun Vat-sen's scheme witli disfavor.
President Yuan Shih-k'ai is much blamed
for entrusting Dr. Sun with a task which is
much too big for him.
ITAL0-TURKISH PEACE OCT. 3.
Agreement llrachrd Airalllna; Hall
flratlnn by Two I'nnera.
Special Cable Peapateh to Tiie Srv
Geneva, Oct. 5. The correspondent of
the Journal at Ouchy telegraphs that the i
peace agreement lietwcen Italy nn.l
Turkey will he definitely concluded next
Wednesday. The principal terms are
now nwalting ratification bv the two
The ngreement provides, first, for
Italy's absolute sovereignty In Libya '
((he name applied olllclally by Italy to1
Tripoli und Cyrennlca). without, how-,
ever, any formal recognition thereof bj
Secondly Free recognition of the re
ligious authority of the Khalifa similar ,
to that In Bosnia.
Thirdly Turkey is to withdraw her
regulars CSOO) from Libya.
Fourthly Italy agrees to ,iay un In-1
demnlty for the Turkish dent incurred
In regard to Libya.
Fifthly The restoration of the
.ICgean Islands to Turkey In return for
the latter's guarantees In behalf of the
Sixthly No Indemnity is to be paid
by either belligerent.
Seventhly The restoration of diplo
matic and commercial relations.
Constantinople, Oct. C. An Im
portant despatch from Ouchy reached
Constantinople and n reply was sent
after Its contents had been discussed by
a special Ministerial committee, it Is
stated on reliable authority that an
agreement on peace with Italy In prlncl-1
Wc Give and Redeem Surety Stamp Couponsai
Sixth Avenue, 20th, 21st and 22d Streets
Is now in Progress in our Seventy-five Departments.
Everything for the Home and everything for the Family.
At Special Anniversary Prices
A Qenuine Surprise for You!
In ihe Face of an Advancing Fur Market
We Place on Sale Beginning Tomorrow
Women's Stunning $75.00 to $85.00
New Fur Coats at $59.50
And here is how nnd why wc do so:
We negotiated with the manufacturer for one thousand
coats last Spring.
Our experts selected the skins, and the models were also
selected by our buyers.
The coats were to be delivered for our August sale of furs.
Then came labor troubles in the manufacturing field, right
at the busy season.
The coats could not be made up at the time agreed upon,
nr.d we almost despaired of getting them at all.
Now the coats are being made about 200 per week and
we agreed to accept them only with a liberal concession in price.
No sensible manufacturer wants a thousand coats on his
hands with an uncertain market, so he closed with us.
Two hundred coats arc ready tomorrow.
They Are Handsome, New Models, which wc
Guarantee in Every Way.
They Are $75.00 to $85.00 Coats
The Anniversary Sale Price Is
Eight different kinds of Fur Coats, including
Flat Silky Caracul Coats
Natural Russian I'cny Coats
Chapel dyed Russian Pony Coats, Natural Coon Collar
Chapel dyed Russian Pony Coats, Plain Collar
Chapel dyed Russian Pony Coats, Sable Coon Collar
nWrlll Main Slorr, Third
$R5.00 Near Seal $79.50 Pony Skin
Coat, $59.50 Coat, $59.50
Chapel dyed Russian Pony Coats, Civet Collar
Dark brown Russian Marmot Coats
Chapel dyed Near-Seal Coats
All ore the latest and most fashionable styles. The
sizes are from 14 yean to 46 bust, and lengths from 48-in.
to 54-in. The lininjs arc in heavy silks or satins,
floor. St. lvpator.
ILvery Prominent Modiste in Paris 8r New York Says
A clear note in the harmony of Winter Fashions, one that is heard and welcomed by all well
dressed people because there is "something" about velvet that expresses style, charm, distinction,
dressiness. So this is going to be a wonderful velvet season.
O'Neill's the first Store Ready with the
New Velvets, Velveteens and Corduroys
The widest assortment of qualities, widths and colors, typical Anniversary values, and per
fect daylight for matching and selecting shades.
Reg. $1.75 Changeable COSTUME, CORDUROY, yd., $1.19
$1.00 Black $1.50 Black $1.75 Black $3.00 $5.00 Black $1.00 Black
Paon Velvet v'el!"try Dre8S Velvet Black Plush Dress Velvet Velveteen
19 in. wide, yd. 22 in. wide. yd. 24 wide' 'd' 26 -(Kites, yard 42 inches, yard yard
59c 79c 98c $1.50 $3.25 68c
$1.25 Black $1.50 Black $3.50 Black $1.50 Hollow Cut $1.50 quality Jasper
Velveteen Velveteen Velveteen Corduroy Coating
. . , , in ail colors, L.orduroy
y'd . at. yard 32 ,n. wide. yd. 27 in. wide, at, yd. JErd
79c 89c $2.35 85c 98c
Black Crepe de Chine
40-inch Black Crepe de Chine at
95c yard, value $1.50.
flS? Black Dress Satin
Yd. Wide at 69c 79c 89c 98c yd.
Values 98c $1.J5 $1.50 S1.75 yd.
Black Dress Satin
4(Mnrh lllicK Ditm Hailn ill A9c yard,
40-liu-h Black CharmruF at I.HK sard.
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OLDEST HUMAN SETTLEMENT.
I'.it'nt ntlnna Nrnr Clnilnd Itml,
Spntn, llrlnlr to Intrrnlnclal I'rrlotl,
Special Cable Vespatch lo Tiir Six.
.Madrid, Oct. 5. What Is described as
oldest human si-ttlcmcnt In Kuropc, per
haps In the world, has been found at
Torralbu, near Cliulad Hil.
KxcuvotloiiR. which nre proceeding
under Marquis Cerrnlvo revealed
settlement of elephant hunters, mention
of which was made briefly nt the Geneva
conwress of prehistoric athropolouy
I I.. Llln,.A,l ,Vtfit thn anlttpment
"T,!"" tZrinJZfin Z-a!:,-M ' ''" InterKtaclol period of the
mlsticn will be declared In a day or . ,.,.,, hln rn tumWm were found
two unless the unforeseen happens. whl(,h worp ,lecnrod not lllp mammoth's.
u.Vrr.r..oTT ""'t writer Elcphas nntl,uus nnd the
AmLiMblui null iiAtjn uuamano tll earlier Klephas merldlonalls.
I.lrnt. Scott to (ilvr llomb Thrun
tnu Mrmnnatratlnim I'roin Ariiilnnv
Special Cable litipotrh to Tim Suv
llrctiMK. Oct. C Mnut. Scott, the
American aviator, has arrived here and
will kIvo bomb throwing demonstrations i
from an aeroplane,
BOMBAY MILLS DESTROYED.
was not perfectly woll known before,
TO HONOR PRES. GALLAUDET,
r i:t.1,0M Worth of American t'nlton
llurneil Mar Aftcct MarUrt.
Special Cable )epalch In Tilt Sux
Homimv. Oct. 5. The Huchel Hassoon
I iiih visa is uneiy iu in-uie a aensu- muiH Wero destroyed uy nre to-uay ana
; Hon In French army aviation circles, $136,000 worth of Amerlcnn cotton was
whero Scott has been warmly welcomed (destroyed. It Is believed that the loss
for months past, especially If, as re. c,f this cotton will affect the market.
ported, he Intends to act as bomb In-1
strurtor for German army aviators. GUESTS OF MRS. VANDERLIP.
I'reiieh Adinlrern to lilvp Mini a
Special Cable llttpatcU to Tim Sin,
I'Anis, Oct. 5. French admirers of
i .'.ward Sllncr Gallaudot, emeritus
MIh Until lliilHnKworth to Wed. president of Gallaudet College for the
Special cable r.f patch to Tiir Hri, I Deaf at Hartford, f.'onn., nre sending
I'aiiim Oct. Miss Hutli IIolllnRB-1 him a Kern lncrusted decoration In con-
worth daughter of tho vice-president ; nectlon with Ihe ribbon of the Legion
of the Westlnghouse iNimpany. will be
married to Gaston 1'lnto on October 30.
if Honor which was recently awarded
ML. Itothachlld tn Wed.
Special Cable Hetpatch to Tiir. Si x
Paris, Oct. 6. Tho engagement is
announced of Oertrude Rothschild, d tugli
ter of tho late V. H. Kothschild of Now
York, to Soflor Paaus-Frers, the Argimtino
Consul at Namur, Helglum
Miss Rothschild is a hUtor of Mrs S. II.
Guggenheim of New, York and Mrs. Ir.i
fclorrU of Chicago.
Two Hundred SulTraulata Knter
lalneil by Her at Her Home.
Mr, rrunk A. Vanderllp entertained
about two hundred suffrattlsts yesterday
afternoon at her home in Scarborough hi
the flint meeting of the newly formed 0
nine organization of which she Is president
Mr. Henry Villnrd of Dohtm Kerry presided
und Iniiodiii'ed .Indues Wood", lliilley.
Hell nnd of New York, all of whom
tuude uddreauca favoring uouiuii auflrage.
JOSEPH P. McHUGH & SON
Call Attention to the Arrival of New Pieces
Which have been added to the Interesting Collection of
EASY FURNITURE IN OLD ENGLISH AND COLONIAL STYLES:
The Deep seated Davenports, Quaint Elbow
Chairs, Settees with loose Down filled Cushions and
Period Pieces framed in carved Mahogany, with
Ctined Sides and Backs upholstered in low toned
Barnsley Jeans, quite ready for use.
litf'Thc Little Barnstable Rok.ing Chairs for Children,
coctrtd in Green Barnsley Jeans 15.00
UsfThe Colindene Armchair (style English over'
stuffed) covered in Broun Barnsley Jeans 16.00
t'J&'Thc Wymote Desl Chair of oak, caned 8.00
The Wyncote Oak Desk, caned panels 22.00
, For coverings characteristic English Handblock
Printed Chintzes, Linens and Velvets just now
certain patterns not repeating are to be had at half
price a most unusual opportunity.
178' The Glazed Chintz Lamp Shades 7.50
The Cretonne Top Tea Trays 3.00
The Liberty Vektt Pillows 2.00
' On the entrance floor The McHughwillow Fur
niture and the Seat Cushions which are fitted free
to many of the Arm Chairs.
Just Now Vassar Tea Tables, Wells College
Swings', Oxford and Cambridge Smoking Chairs
for College Men.
I-5r"4n Early Visit of Inspection is Cordially Incited.
9 W.42d St.-Opposite the Library