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ess - - THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, JUNE 3, 1912. 4 "SPUE FENCE" WAR WITH AGAIN Alger, Who Got Six 'Months Last Year, Once More Flaunting His Flag. BRA ntUOUT, N. J., June D.-Th Tt ilac of anarch Is bclnjf daunted n the ifco of th millionaire colony of thin place and Ilumssn, Ths "spit fenci" of James Alter, whlrti list turn mw won for lta owner ft term of sis months In Jail, li a rain In vldenca and from Its top waves the red banner. Alger has for hli 'ibmr," residents as sert, the annoyance of the millionaires here, and this season ho has rone far ther than before. The fence Is Inscribed irtth these spasms: "War, what fort Bjr Oeorce R. KlrkpstfrlokV "Capitalists -want war and the poll ftotans want war, and the damn fools agtt" "Th7 My war Is hell, well then let those who want to go. to war (0 to hsll." A ftosrd la attached to the flagpole and the following Is written on It: s"How proudly It does wave over the land of the parailt and the home of the Uvt" The "spite fenoe" shuts off from the View of the Rumsen road the Paokard cottage. The case of Alger, his ftnoe and the red flag Is toeing considered by the wealthy people here. They ihutight that they had him sufficiently dliolpllnel to eat out of their hands, but now they aay It s another case of tilting the hand that fed you. It was about a year ago that Alger first put up his fence and 'its signs. C. D. Malsey, the well known Now York broker, had him arrested and his sen tence wos six months In the county Jail. 1 When he had served two months of he sentence Halsey Interceded for him. and on his promise to remove ins fence the sentence was commuted. The fence was taken, down and Atger dis appeared from here. The six months' term expired last January and shortly after Alger reap peared. Iast week the fence reap peared too. Then came the signs, and now the people of flea Bright and num sen are preparing (or a repetition of the actions of last year. Alger declares that ho Is ready for qght. Ills actions peak louder than words. COURT FILES CHANGED, A LAWYER CHARGES. 17-YEAR-OLD BOY CAUGHT AS FLATBUSH BURGLAR. HOTEL GUESTS SEE A MAN FALL 9 FLOORS TO DEATH Police Say Joseph HofTbauer Has Confessed to Two Robberies and Courf Holds Him. Ono of the bold burslars of natbush haa been causht In th ilrgnt of tin police. At least the police think so. The prisoner Is Joseph Hoftbauer, sev enteen years old, living at No. lots Nostrand avenue, Drooklyn. He was held In 12,000 ball to-day by Magis trate Dodd In the Flatbush Court for alleged burglary at the hnma of Fred. Vrlck Me tiger, No. 2T1? Avenue F. Tne Flatbush section has been rreat-' ly iiiwet for the 1snt els montrm through the operations of burglars. A vigilance oommltteo was formed, but the efforts Of thn Mmmltli. w nn. availing. Finally young HofTbauer was nrresieu on suspicion, the pollaa hav ing observed that he was spending monoy with a froe hand and was not doing any work. The police say he has confessed to two burglaries. The Metrger restdenco was rnhbMt last week, but the burglar was dis appointed. All he could find was a gold Draceiei, a camera and nn empty wal let. He found a receipt for the rent, and on tho hack of It scribbled "xouss is cheap skates, TonTs rot nothing bnt Jnnk. Haven't yon got any money at all?" This ho liung on a gas Jet and then went next door and helped himself to $1C In cash and goods amounting to 1100. Detective Ferris was put on thoso cases and soon took up Hoffbauer's trail. The boy went to Jersey and the detective went after him. lie returned to Flatbush on Saturday nnJ wm ar rested. Ho was held till to-morrow, at which time the detective said ha would have evidence In several other cases. Painter Plunges Into Lobby of Mills's Hostelry in View of Many and Is Instantly Killed? Loungers In tho corridor of Mills Hotel No. S, at Ttlvlngtnp atvl CMrystlo streets, experienced a break In tho monotony of the dally routine of read ing the want ads. In tho newspapers to-day when A. Sennits, a painter, fell from the ninth floor to the stone pave ment of the offlco floor and was In stantly 'killed. A shout from above told of the start of Schulu's fall, and the horrled spectators witnessed every plias of 11, Hchultr, with three other painters, was adjusting blocks and tackle for scaffolding preparatory to renovating the Interior of the building. The hotel Is built In tho form of a hollow square, with the lobby opening extending clear to the roof. In reaching for a rope fiohultz lost his balance and slipped from a slender foothold on a window sill. In falling, he caught hold of the rope with ono hand, Urlpplng with all his might he hung on to tho rope for about forty feet, materially slackening the speed of his descent, tint he was forced to let go when the frlolton burned off the flesh to the bone, Hchults was about fifty-five years old. LONG TERMS FOR BURGLARS. Two of Brooklyn's Daylight Arr Sentenced. Itaaa Judge ftVf,i In the Kings County Cour. to-day sentenced Ijnlel Melville, M1 twenty-iflcht: Henry Sfhulte, agvd ililrlv.nlmt. and lUwinl Iluddv. nlvht- 8upt Van Ingen did not have his ad-rcn yr(irM of ,.,,, ttno nr(! Ullown ess, but he le believed to havo llvod ,.,. ,..'. ,,..iim i..v.r. 'ri..v l vunif 41 w run!' sms w is bum convlc'od of robbing the home of dress. In the llronx and been married. Is known to have Train lilts An(n Srrr Yorker Hnrt. (Hcltl In The Ktcnlnj World). KL1J5AHETH, N. J., June S.-Jules Orlelr, aged thlrty-flvo. of No. 138 West Nlnetyslxth street. New York, was Injured early to-day whrn the auto In which he vrta rldlns was struck by a train while crossing the II. and O. lull rnsd at Hallway nvenue, this city, Ortelg sustained a sca'p wound, bruises and Injuries to his back and I? suffering from shock. Mis condition Is serious, Herbert Jones, In oiiargo of the car, escaped tiy Jumping. Ur. P. Oray of No. i-W West Twenty-second etreet, New York, who was passing In an auto took Ortelg to St. Kllxab-th's Hospital here. The oar was wrecked. Judge Fawcctt. Melvlllu bad It In for Judge Fawcett, who had sentenced lilm loflyt years In Sin Sin for burglary. Melville (ind ltuddy nero Indicted for bUrgUry In tho first degree and tMiutte for receiving stolen goods. Judgn lxin simlenced Mrlvllla and Hchu.te to nine r and six iimiIIi, tunl mr Hudil) nn Indotermtnnto sentence of from llvn to ten years. He warmvl (ho prisoners hat If tlviy ever oun up before lilm t.huiu hn would give Moll of them lif. Among those who incovrrrd stolen goods taken by tho rl.tyltplit burgUirs waa Alfred W. Volwell of No. sm le. citur street, one of try editors of 1'urk. He got back 4ils gold watch, which la more than 100 years old. CARPATHIAN COMMANDER IS GIVEN $10,000 CHECK. Rostron Poses for "Movies' Before Money Is Presented, to Him. Capt. Arlhur Henry Rostron received n chuck for 116,009 to-dny from The American as a mark nf appreclallon for his bravely In rescuing the shipwrecked survivors from the Tltnnlc. Tho presen tation was made on tho captain's on ihck. John Tomple Ornves made tho presentation speech, which va hort but full of praise for the Captain's brav ery. Copt. Itojtron replied with evident slneeilty and npproclu'lon, No part of tho fund raised here goes to the Carpathla's crew. A fund In Kng land that totals over Iw i million dol lars will be divided nmnug he iirvtors iiml the crew of the I'arpalhla. The slmplo cvreinniiles were all por trayed by mot tig l.leture men. The captain hrraino a moving picture actor on his own bridge. Hn had for his stag" director Frederic Thompson, not Ing for A moving picture roncern. Thn acting consisted chiefly In the Captain walking up and down and looking out to sea tor squalls. Tho Captain posed with the loving cup that was given to him a fow days ago, and all hands ad journed to the first deck. The cere mony there was enacted before the moving picture men. TWO AMERICANS PLAY FOR ENGLISH GOLF TITLE. IX)NUON, Juno 3. Fred Herreshoff and v. C. Vanderpool, tho two Ameri cans romtwtlng In the llrltlsh amateur golf championship, are expected to make a strong bid for thn title, though locally II. II Hilton, llrltlsh amateur chamHon jf 1911, Is Installed as favor ite, l'lny started to-day at Westward Ho with 1M entries, the lowoit number nilK'o Imri. The Americans will make their first appearance to-mnrrow, Herreshoff agaltvst II. A. M. drown and VonderpO'd against It. I.. Nlcholl. t'nhinr. (Prom the Clilcju llmml llfrtl t.) "Ho yours wnk tho class of 'lot" "Yes. It was a distinguished class too." "In what wayr" There was nobody In. It wnoas called Fatty." .sPaf !sSB5daln "" I Again j Arrogate Orders Investigation of an Item in Administration of j the Childs1 Estate. y ' The charge thnt certain papers on fllo :n the Surrogate's Court had been tam nerfKl wltli caused u mild sensation to day,, and steps were lmneUiteIy taken by Surrogate Fowler to Investigate tho oa so; It was during tho oxamln.i'lon uf Sirs. Marian I.. Klnagbury, executrix of the ,-stale of her father, IIenr" A. Childs, formerly eonnectt-d with the "Tobacco Trust." that It was alleged some ono had changed a vouclior acconnpanyliif Mrs. Kingsbury's n?count tllrd with the Burrogate. Henry Slegrlst, attorney for the testator's widow, who is now Mrs. Mary A. Chllda I, wis, und 5lor nlitldren, Helen and Edith Childs, called the Court's attention to It. At the time ho was quosflonlna Mrs. Kingsbury con cerning an item In bor account showing that she ivad paid Oeorgu V). Oraves, a lawyer, 3J for services in connection with the Administration of ;'ho estate. Mk-a. Kingsbury sold the Item had been stricken out. MA Hlegrlst declared that when ha examined the account some time ago die item was not stricken out, "Do you mean to Intimate, Mr. Sle sjrtK," broke In Surrogate Fowler, "that A paper that la a part of the flies of tbts court has ibeen tampered with?" "X do, sir," replied the lawyer. "I Is a very setom thing to tamper wltn or alter a r cord on file In this oourt," said Surrogate Fowler, "and I will certainty not allow It. I -will have ta wtolo affair Investigated." UWYERS' QUARREL KEEP WIDOW FROM HER FORTUNE Dispute Qver Fees Prevents Mrs. .Usster From Securing the ' Money Left Her. It was charged before Surrogate Fowlkr to-day that a squabble bertween lawyers over fees was preventing the widow of the lato millionaire William C. Lesster from securing any revenue 'from the bequests made to her by her husband. "toijlly, the situation Is scandalous," declaVtd former Justice Morgan J, OiBrlcn, representing Mrs, Lesster. "In fact, It amounts to a public ican- These- remarks were made when At-torney-.D K, Lynch, repreientlns Will iam C. Lesster 3rd, who is contesting the will, asked for a postponement. Willis T. Oridley formerly represented the contestant but was deposed by Sur rogate Cohalan. Lynch pleaded for time, saying that Mr. Qrldley refused to give up papers wflthout which the case of the conteifft tcould not be propared. "I only want my fee or security for It," said. M-. Grldley. Surrogate Fowler, rpcxldng rather sharply. closed tho wranalo of Hwycrs by asiertlnj that the casn must be tried on June S, o "IHarkTrln're" floes to the "ren." James Hagsdale, a coal black negro, iwown to the police of many countries as "The Mlack 1'rlnce," was sentenced to the penitentiary for eleven montht and to-pay a fine of iXO In addition by Justlc Mclnernv in the Court of Bps clal Sessions to-day. lUgsdUe was con vlctei of "Jostling" passengers for the purovse of theft In a West Forty-second strelt ear-en May a. Detectives Mur ray aad Crumb of taa Oeatral OsUf FUNERAL SERVICES FOR VETERAN JEWISH BANKER Jarmulowsky Was Friend and Confidant of East Side Business Men. Funeral services were held to-day for Sender Jarmulowsky, the veteran East Side banker, who died at his home, No. If Kast Ninety-third street, on Saturday. The services were held at Synagogue Congregation Kehllath Reshurun In Blghty-flfth streot and at Synagogue Congregation Kphralm In Sixty-seventh street. The banker was seventy-one years old and had not missed a day In his offlco In thirty years until last Tuesday. Born In Oralava, In tho Province of Lomnn, Russia, Mr. Jarmulowsky went to Hamburg at the nge of twenty-six and there started n snail banking busi ness, taking In Salomon Markel, his brother-in-law, as partner. In 1973 they extended their business to New Rork. There was n notable run on the jArmulowsky Dank In 1S7I. Jarmulow sky took It calmly and paid out ono hundred cents on the dollar for two days when the exolted depositors rVinhed back to redeposlt their money. The panic of 1M7 never reached the Jar mulowsky nink. Mr. Jarmulowsky Is survived by his wife and six children. The sons ar Albert. Meyer, Louis and Harry, a'l engaged In the banking business hero and In Hamburg. The daughters art) Mrs. Amelia Clark and Mrt. Illume Bt-tlngrr. 1 GRADUATES REWARDED DIAMOND RINGS AND WATCHES TO BE GIVEN Jeweler Kaeno's Offer Open to Pupils cf All Schools, of Any Faith or Race, with June Graduation Sole Condition. "tHil-rasliloned" Mary's WOMEN'S WEAR Mr. Krenr, the jeweler, ot No. 1R0 IlroRilwsy, New York City, is a firm nnil enthusiastic believer in education. The proper education of the youth ot this WOMEN'S COAT p SWEATERS (See illustration) gray and white, suitable for mountain or seashore. Made witli a V neck or a smart roll collar and turn-back cuffs; two large pockets. Herald Square Bwoy 34 to 35 St (6 Floor) Men's Shirts '"Ola-tathlnned" MatV 58 $1.74 Fastens with six large white pearl buttons. Similar qualities sold elsewhere at $3; special on our 6th floor. WOMEN'S TRAVELING COATS-madeof navy blue or black storm serge. Fastening with three buttons; full deep shawl collar, trimmed with black and white check cloth mid finished with small buttons. Sleeves finished with cuff effect and trimmed to match the collar. Sold elsewhere at $12.00; spe cial on our Sixth Hoor. nt f9 $J.96 WASH DRESSES (As illustrated) made of checked percale in black-and-white, lavender-ana-white, tan-ant1-white, blue and white. Round, flat collar, Directoire rever and turn-back cuffs of solid colored cham bray, effectively edqed ana embroidered. Panel front skirt; sold else where as special at JS2.75 ; special on sixth floor at Children's Wear A remarkable assortment of Children's Wash Dresses in ginghams and percales sizes ranging from 8 to 14 years. Low neck and short sleeves. The vari ety is so great that it is impossible to give detailed descriptions of any one model. Some are prettily finished with contrasting bandings, pipings and embroideries. Sold else where as a special bargain at 1.50; on sale on our sixth fl. at CHILDREN'S JAUNTY COATS-madeoftanor navy serpe. Large n v city shawl cc'l r ctteUively trimmed with contrasting silk braid andc n -bmation nw-dallicns. Sleeves finished at cuffs with silk braid. ) t QC hasten with t.ui crystal buttons, lined throughout witl.l J sateen. Shd 4. 6 and 8 years. Similar quality sold else I . wK - at Sf-.7ri: sPidal on s' th floor at ) mmmmmmmMmBmammmmmmmm BItU Hoor. ssbbsbsbbsssbwsbbibmsms 69 "Old-fashloned" Marks' On Sale en Sixth Floor MADE OF FINE QUALITY SOFT PERCALE, blue, helio, and corn colored stripesonwhite grounds. Coat model, laun dered neckband and with attached soft double cuffs. All sizes 14 to 18 ; made to sell at gl.OOeach ; special, on eoc the 6th Floor, at oO tilth rteoi ill An Extraordinary Sale of Fancy Nottingham Lace Centers & Doylies lf nniiTrn vti n i .ir si 1 fts ' uvirurv i cu i i nun aiyi LACES Imitations o Italian Filet Lace. Allecorical ficures symbolic of Spring. Summer. Autumn and Winter. in artistic groupings. (See illustration.) is tin finished with a neat( edg- Each piece ina of lace. Over two thousand nieces in this purchase, and we have marked them at less than half regular prices. 6-inch special at. 24-mch size; 36-mch size; special at. size; ni fit i I 12-Inch size; Qc V.ltll tin special.it. 29 15e Table Damasks for Summer Homes, Collages, Hotels or Boarding Houses. An Assortment of Choice Patterns. Extra Good Quality, 54 inches. Special on the Sixth Floor, Yard SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSMSSlSBBSSSMBaSSBHasaSlsth llmirMSSBBSSSMBI 21c CHARLES A. UKRNB f enerntlon psves the wsy (or the correct solution of future problems. Heal en eoiirnnement should be given to all Kr.nl uutrs and their past meritorious effurts should be fittingly rewarded.. He advocates eciual rights for nil ami docs not permit discrimination in creed or color. Mr. Krene states in his announcement in Tho Evening World to day that his diamond and wntch advertisements will appear daily during June, 1UW, in N'tw nrk, llrooklyn, Jersey City, llnookrn and Newark evening urnspnpers. To the twenty girls and twenty hoy, graduating from any schiwil during June, r.Mtf, who have the grcalot number of these ntlverlisemrnts mulled tu him on their behalf lie will preent ahinlutely free (il,000. 00 worth of diamonds and watches, In the event of tics for any of these rewards, the same rewards us of fered will be given to each graduate so tied; also, that his diamond and watch advertisements must be sent by mail only, within one week of their publica tion, with the graduate's name, address and name of school. Mr. Ketne has long bten Interested in schools and education and his philan thropic efftr will, no doubt, spur to gitattr aMorte Uom whoa asdatiou " J JLa s A a. ""Olcl-l'u.lilonftr .Macn" nderwear sTVl It WOMEN'S NIGHT GOWNS.mnde of soft cambric-Two styles. one a low neck model with embroidered yoke set in with vfiienciemies lace uiseriK.iis; tne otnerwun v i neck and entire yoke and sleeves formed of Valenciennes lace insertions. Your choice of either style; sold elsewhere at gl.OQ: special on cur Sixth Floor, at WOMEN'S CUEPE NIGHT GOWNS KIMONO STVLE-tim med with Clunj lace tdsiny with riLLon run throuRh; tlsiwhtrc vscjsptcial in, on cur Sixth Floor, at tu CREPE KIMONOS -EMPIRE EFFECT-trirmmd with a Persian 70, border! sold elsewhere at S1.00; special nt l5l WASH PETTICOAT S-ndo cf striptd cinKhcni, finished with a ntt deep flcLit.cc ; jptcinl nt s4tt COVERALL APRONS- KIMONO STYLE-rrr.de of fancy chick Kincliams or lipund percales 111 light or dark colors. Trimmed with a plnin colored lawn bordtr around nick mm sieves. Sold elstvshete as spuial inc r.t 7cc; our price, on Sixth Floor Htf -"l)lil-rulilon.(l" Mar'." Wash Goods 12 LINEN-FINISHED RAMIE SUITINGS 32 indie1 wido: in acorrpUtevanetyof the most -wanted shpclc 1 lie it'eal fabric for separate skirts or tailored suits. Sold elsewhere at 15c a yard ; special at COLORED MADRAS-32 iridic wide; n splendid assortment of plaics, checks, stripes and solid colcinKs; sold elsewhere nt 15c a yt'rd; special on our ifl' Sixth Floor, at 1U STANDARD APRON CHECKS- pure Indigo dye in about a dozen different styles and sizes CIZ of checks; special, a yard. . a2 Mss !. INDIGO BLUE DRESS GING HAMS lar?e collection of staple and fancy stripes; sold elsewhere nt 10c the yard; special on 7c our Sixth Fleer at. 1 SUPERIOR TOKIO CHALLIE in a wide range of most attractive color combinations and about fifty different styles;' special, a yard, on our Sixth Floor. , , . nr ")ll-ftiltliitrl" Jlarj'n " "Olil-fsshlonsd" Mary's 1 Closing Out Another Lot of Men's & OIIITO Youths' Boys' Play Suits INDIAN PLAY SUITS (As illustrated) made of tan drillthe blouse and long trousers trimmed with red fringe. A full fea thered head-piece completes the suit. Sizes 2 to if) years. ROUGH RIDER PLAY SUlTS-(As illustrated) made of tan drill, trimmed with red braid and fin ished with military buttons. A practical and extremely dur-' able play suit for boys 4 to 10 years of age. Your choice at 49 Jm BOYS' RUSSIAN BLOUSE SUITS, with mili tary collar. Made of plain tan linene and redlC nrown or oiue lancy sinpeu percales. Another model is a Hussian Blouse with a sailor collar; made of best grade blue chambray, all fast colors. Sizes 2Vf, to K years; special on our SiNth Floor at 79 S3" BOYS' TROUSERS, made of ccod quality worsted cheviot and corduroy, light and dark pray mixtures and plain cheviots. Tiny are cut full mid rcomy, made to ;iiisi boy w witnstanrt tno roumiist luar.o tlw averniv submit th m to, Sees to 16 years. Sold else- A At win r at 7Sc; srecial on our SiMh l-lc r at BOYS' ROMPERS, n-n'e of plain tan or blue chambmy. !ilo fiincy ehtckul silf Imhi.s. 'I hty are uitblu for lx.y or Kirl, sizes 1, i, 4 and ( years. Sold t Isiwhere on: nt Mc; iptch cn our Fixth Flo'.r at. . . . sw7 BOYS' TWO-PIECE H.AY SUITS, mrde of strong chambray. in plain blue or tan; tiriisnul uitn a military collar, incomer trousers, sizes a to K years; 75c quality; special on cur Sixth Moor at , slttli Huor , 49c ALL-WOOL SUITS FROM OUR REGULAR HIGHER-PR ICED STOCK LINES KrouiH-dat a quick-selliiiK price. Size ranjfes are not complete in each pattern, but nil sizes from 32 to 42 are included in the lot. Included are extremely desirable Rray, ten and brown mixed cheviots. Former prices ranged up to $14.75 On Sale on $l"f HA Our Sixth Floor at 13 Men's Suits For Spring and Summer Wear, At a Clear Saving of $2.50 to $5.00 HANDSOME ALL-WOOL SUITS, in the most favored patterns and colorings gray and brown hairline stripes, Cambridge raysand blues. All cut on models especially designed for the younger men. The qualities we offer cannot be matched else where under S1.2.5U to $15.00. Sizes .33 to 44; special at "Old-Fashioned" Macy's, on the Sixth Floor at S9.94. . Slsth Mswr. 1 $994 ""(Hil-rs.lilonftl" Msrr's' Men's Half Hose MEDIUM WEIGHT COTTON-in tan and gray; first I Q C quality only. Sold regularly at 15c a pair. On 4 sale at "Old-Fashioned" Macy's on our Sixth Floor, J (tilth I Ior ' "Old.Fnlil..t.l" llMr's' ,he Notion Tables 5' 5C PEARL BUTTONS- all white and in all sizes; half dozen or dozen to the card special at PEARL BUTTONS Two Doen in Envelope, One Dorcn on a Card known as "The Bin Five" Petri Ctiltonr in colors; cards rc Torchon Laces tnd Ecfglngs of one dozen: pKialat . . O big values: small prices; Pearl Buttons; belter qualities; rtt " v.rd 1flt cnrnK tu on" d07t-n, lor.... iw r . ' . tjooa yuaiuy t-iouies oruuies wm Bristled, Heavily Backed 25c dualitv: special at 11 TALCUM P0WDF.R, scented with violets; nocd quality; large cans 7t contniniiiR 15G7. Perforated irrinklcrtcrs: special at I SliUi Huor " Bene But'onj for rompers, dresses 3 and iifuienvcar; cards of one dozen. . HoraM ur aVw.y WUWSL SlsU ftr g Occupici tke Entire Sixth Floor "Oli.thloitrt" Msrj's" Summer Curtains 54 RUFFLED SWISS CURTAINS AND VALANCES made of good quality plain Swiss, finished with a row of five neat tucks. Ruffle finished with hemstitched hem. Set, includ ing pair r.f Curtains and One Valance, com plete, on Sixth Floor, at RUFFLED ND FLAT SWISS CURTAINS AND VALANCE-made of ftod quality plain Swiss, with a six-Inch floral border. Flat Curtains, tinishtd with a l?ce border. Huflle Curtains.-with hemstitched ruffle. Stt -complete includinK pair of Curtains and Valance... CURTAIN SWISSES 36 and 40 inches wide. Good assortment of stripes. Plain and tancy centers, wiin a dounie border; lzc to nc qualities; l nt special, a yard .. CROSS-STRIPED SUMMER CURTAINING-srcen-and-gold and rcu-aiiu-yuiu conumiaiitn stripes; isc quality; special nt 98c tripes, 10' 10 HEAVY EXTENSION RODS, reRu- lar lac quality; special at "Old ashionel"' Macy's, on Sixth f jc Floor, at I ft DOUBLE-FACED CRETONNES, suitable for Curtains or Slip Ccversf 25c qualities: IJe special i a yard. A'l I r j Mr ft . aatkiw.