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HOME NEWS.
PROMINENT ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS.
ASTOR-Major Frank Gordon, Bta»w«. Fla.
mrnmmSM
Sterling McMillan, of Cleveland. MANHATTAN
J. H. Brewster. of Hartford.
NEW-YORK CITY.
"Icna, the Story of the First Scottish Church."
■II be' the subject of Dr. Mackay's sermon at 8
o'clock this evening in the Collepiate Church. Fifth
svr. and Fortr-esghth-Ft. Dr. HMkaf •« »l~
preach at the 11 a. m. service.
Francis I> Thorr.e. the newly elected State der>-
Ms- and his associate State officers will pay ■■
official visit to JCeic-AnurtenJaro Cbunctl N".
X of C.i on next Tuesday rrenln?: at the ""'"■"'
meetlnp room*. Hraly's? boiMtn« rriurabts-avf.
and Ety-sixtb-st.
North Bearh i, accessible from the Borough
of Th Br'.nx from East One-hundred-and-thirty
rourth-st. by the new ferry route, now In full op
eration. The no-iti= leave, on -weekdays hourly, and
are well equipped for the transportation of -vehicles.
«nnecttns at North Beach with the various drives
through I^np Island and with the brFinrss places
in the \irinity of College Point. Flushing. Jamaica,
„^ The boats leave Kast «Tne-hundred-and-thirty
fourth-st. on Sundays hourly till ! p. m.. then half
hoarly.
The Independent Order of Free Sons of Israel will
hold a meeting at Trmple Beth-El. Fifth-aye. and
« venty-slxth-st.. to-day, to protest against the
ina^sarre in Kishinoff. Among those who will ad
<lre«=« th« mertinsr are the Rev. Drr. Madison C.
Peter* George C I,orim<r. Newell Dwight Hillis
and Rudr.lph <irossman. An appropriate musical
rrom-ammp has b^c-n arranged. >
'"What the Negro. North and South. ''an Do for
Himself" will Iw? the subject of the Rev. Dr. Dean
Richmond Babbitt's sermon at the Church of th«
Epiphany. WcDonough-**. and Tompklns-ave..
Brooklyn, this evening. i n his seiies on • "Chris
lianitv ar.d the Kace Pioblem." Pix eelec
tions from Gaul's -Holy City" will be rendered by
the vested choir, assisted by ■■ small orchestra.
The. morning mi*m will be. on "The. Inspiration
and Necessity of a Rational Creed."*
At the panics to-day In th» Old First "Pr»s
byterian Church. Fifth-aye. ■ad Twelfth-st.. Dr.
Duffield will preach a series of three sermons on
"The Temptation nt Our Lord." entitled "Llfa
Tests." At each of the afternoon services through
out June he will give a talk on "The Christian "Who
<~ounts."
At the First Baptist Church, Broadway and Sev
enty-ninth-st.. them continues a very large attend
ant upon Dr. Haldeman's series of morning and
evening discourse*. The topic this morning will
V* "Can a. Person Who Has Once Believed
in Christ Ever Be. I>ost?" And in the evening •'The
Scarlet Woman: or. the Revival of the Two
Homes.** Dr. Haldeman poos on a vacation on
Monday. June 15.
At the Bloomingdale Church. Broadway and Slx
ty-e5 P hth-st.. to-day. Dr. Stlnson. the. pastor,
win take as his morning them* "Is the "World
Outgrowing the Preacher?" In the evening he will
■peak on the theme "A Religious Fad." At 10
o'clock a. m . on Sunday the Sunday school will
observe Children's Day with appropriate exercises.
The third annual dinner of the American Book-
Pellers- Association -Rill be held In the rooms of
Che Aldine Association. No. 11l Fifth-aye.. to-mor
row evening at .30 o'clock.
r>.-,- F «. Hoey. twenty-one years old. of Green
point, and James "Walsh, nineteen years old. of
No. m "West One-bundxed-and-eighth-st.. charged
with being principals in a prizefight, and Edward
Aber. of No. JKH "West One-hundred-and-nineteenth
•t.. th« alleged manager, were discharged In the
Harl*m court yesterday by Magistrate Crane.
MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
MINIATURE ALMANAC.
Funri!". 4:29 Md t B Moon Mia t*» ■"?Mu"'*« spe 12
HIGH WATER.
» M _ tsar-lv Hr«Jc 32 Oov Inland 6^4lHen Gut- 7-53
r.M-^a"^ H«* ZK'.'iK- I^ nd «-^iHell Gat- *16
INCOMING STEAMERS.
TO-PAT.
Veaael From. IJne.
A'haii«;aa Copenhagen. Mar 13 Scand-Am
*cur«c : Liverpool. May 21 White Star
,: ;arTVI Galvcston. May 28 Kallory
Colorado Hull. May 24 Wilson
•Si Paul Southampton. May 80 American
Nrrd America Naples. May » L* Vetoes
Marco Mmsh-tti.... Naples. May 23 J^Jf 1
•Pretoria . Bermuda, June 4 Quebec
R.ma Naples. May » — iT? bI T
•La Br^tapne Havr*. May 30 French
Xeavtrla - Gibraltar May 23 ■■ ... „
•T:«r-"rarrß Ha ana. June 4 N » * C«na
Aiamo RrunEwlck. June, * Mallcry
■■pat. ItJNJ S.
MmliiTir ...London. Mbv 30 At Trans
Rotterdam Rotterdam. May 30 .Hol-Am
Zeelar.d Antwerp. May 30 :;:::.t::^S Star
VTctnrlaii Ltverpcil. May 30 White Star
Ethiopia Glasgow. May -'■■■■ Anchor
ChElrnette x-ew-Orlcane. June 3 Morgan
El Val!» Galvcston. June 2 Morgan
•Philadelphia La Guayra, May 27 .Red D
nty of Birmingham. Savacoah. run* 5 Savannah
TUESDAY. JUNE 9.
•KWm (JerGrofse.. Bremen, June 2 N G Lloyi?
Umbrla Naples. May 27 Italian
Juaiij City Swansea. May 26 Bristol City
El Fu'd ... — GaHeston. June 3 Morgan
• imnca .. Colon. Jur.« 2 Panama.
Algonquin JactawnvUle. June, «... . CljJe
»v- • . mall.
OUTGOING STEAMERS.
■OKI • JT"XE *.
Vessel
Vessel. For. Line. Mails close. sails.
JamestoTrr. Norfolk. Old Dominion - — 3:00 m
Talisman. Martinique. Demerara 10:00 ana 12:00 m
TUESDAY. JUNE S>
COm <!1 Mllanc- Naples. La Veloce SJOiji lirnoam
Moltke. Han.burg. Hamb-Am 4*o pin
Kror.piinz Wni Bremen. X G Lloyd.. 11:30 a m 3:'«pn
LlvcrjMvil, Canard • — — • 4:00 pm
Ailianca Colon. Panama fl:3oam l:00pnj
El Ci<l Galvestcm. Morjran 3:oopm
Arapahor CharlfFt on. Clyde 8:00pxn
Monroe. Nor:o:k. Old Dominion S :00 pm
"WEDNESDAY. JUNE 10.
ft. Paul Southampton. American — .. «:>Wim 10:03 am
T«"Utoni<\ Liverpool. White i-tar.._... >^:30am 12:00 m
Nordarr notterfam. KoJ-Am -. HOam 10:00 am
Chalmette. New-Orleans. Morgan^ s:oopm
Alatao Ga'.veMon. Mallorj- S:oopm
An-.azoner;se. Tara, Booth 12:00 m 8 .-00 pin
Kafir Prli * Brazil. Prince — __U:3oam 2 00pm
SEIPPIKG NEWS.
Tort of New- York. Saturday. June 6. 1903.
kBUVU>.
•: ■ met L.ucar,ia fßr\ McKay, l/v»n»ool May sn and
Qu»*nt<ir.»n 31. to Vern'n H Brows & Co. xviih pass*n
pers, mells and rods*.
Steatnrr Pretoria (Brt. McKcnzte. Bermudat Jur# 4, to
A E Out<-rhrll«r» 4- O. »lth M passengers, mails end
xnfli*. Arrived at the Ear at 6 ; m.
Steamer CUer tXor). LarFen, rxarrrera May 29, to [a W
«• P Armstrong, with 5 passengers and fcgar. Arrived at
the E*r *.t $ r m Kb.
Steamer Hckla O>an>. H«tnp«L Copenhagen May 20.
Cfcristlirela 22 and Chrlstlaoßand 23. to Punch. Mil &
Co. -n-.th :>2 cabin and r>2» strerax* passcscers and mese.
Arrived at the Bar at 4:20 a to.
Steamer Arapahoe, Kembl«, Jackserrvlll<» June 2 and
Charleston 8, to William P CJvde & Co. •with passengers
•sd mdse.
Bte&ra»T Jamestown. Killer. Norfolk and Newport New»,
to the Old minion St Co. with passengers er.fl rsfife.
Steamer Carpat&a <Br), Barr, Liverpool May 28 mad
Qwiwm ti 29, to Veracn H Brown & Co. with rs»s«»
tr»r» and mdM. Passed Nantacket at 6:40 p m.
BAILED.
Stean-.Ts Kohenro'lem <G*r). Genoa and Xa.pl«s: Mln
neapoli* <Br> I»ndori. Patricia (Ger). Hamburg, via
Plymouth ar.4 Ci^rbourir: Astoria <Br). Gl&sgcw; Alene
•Gen. KiceMon. Savanllla. etc; Toronto (Br). Hull, vii
Gravpsf-nd: St Hubert <Br>. Rotterdam and Hamburg, via |
Norfolk: Jefferson. XorfcTk and Newport News; El Paso. ,
New-Orleans: El SlFlo Galwston: Svcaland <Swe4>. Tam
plco ila Norfolk; Scaw Fejl .'Br). Port In^Ue; Trinidad 1
(Brt Bermuda: IvroonltLUd. Antwerp: Zulu, La Gu*yra..
Curacao. «-tc: Coimo. Fan Juan; Rio Grande, Brunswick
and Mobile: FVutera <Nor>. KlrKrton: Mexico. Havana;
T'rabrla (Br) Liverpool: r"oncbo. Key "sV>«i and Galvcston;
Ohejspeake. Baltimore; City of Memphis, Bavanoah; Rio
Grande Brunswick «n3 Mobile: Chattahoochee Boston ;
F-minn'.e, Charleston and Jacksonville; Carlb. Wllmlnj-
tw. N C. wid Georgetown. S C.
THE MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
FOREIGN PORTS.
Xjjrwpool. June 6 — Arrived, elearoer Campania fßri. Watt. j
New- York; sailed, steamers Cevlo (Br), Clarke, New- J
York: Etrurla <Br). Prltchard. New-York.
Plymouth. June 6. 6:40 p m — Arrived. «te*ir.er B»J•^*roaaa !
'Gerl. Mentz. New-York lor Cherbourit and Bremen ;
(and proc**dei<!).
Southampton. June 6 — Sailed, eteamer New- York. Pusst,
New- York via Cherbourg (and pasted Hurst Castle ,
1:15 p m).
Locion. June 6 — Sailed, eteamer Meaaba (Br>, Tubb. New .
Tort
Fklelds, June Called, eteemer Clavarley <Br). \T!cl»y i
'♦roir. Hamburg). Net?- York.
lirlnemtinde. Juae B— Arrived, •teamer NauplSa (Ger). i
Kraeft. New- York via Copenhagen.
Antwerp. June — Arrived, eteamer Bt Klchoias (Br).
Lewis. York; 6th. 11 a m. tailed, steamer Fin
land. AJbrecbt. New-York.
Bremen. .':• % 1 p ■ MM steamer Friedrtch 'if
Groa««( Ger). Eichel. New- York via Cherbourg-.
Rotterdam, June 6, 10 a m — Sailed, eteamer Potsdam
O>utehV Potjer. New-York, .
Ki*r«, Jute -i Arrived steamer PalUsza (Ger). Behi 1 - '
marr. New- York; «th. Sam, B»U«d, tlearser La '
J<»nato« CFr), Alt». N»w-Yort . •
Monday, June Bth,
Sale of Muslin Underwear,
Kimonos, Wrappers, Silk Petticoats.
Drawers, 50c, 75c, 98c. 11.25.
Gowns, Chemises and Skirts, 98c, $1.25, $1.95, 12.45.
Odd pieces in Gowns and Skirts, at greatly reduced prices.
Kimonos.
In Lawn and Cre"pon. $1.95. In Flowered China Silk, $6.75.
Short Kimonos ', in Dotted Swiss and Lawn, at 98c.
Wrappers and Dressing Sacques*
A manufacturer's sample, line of
White and Colored Lawn Wrappers and Dressing Sacques,
at about % their value.
Silk Petticoats.
Walking Length Petticoats.
37 and 39 inches long, in Black. Colored and Black, and
White Taffeta, at $5.85, $7.85.
Shirt Waists,
in Lawn or Madras, in a variety of styles.
at 98c, 5i. 25.
Fancy Lawn Waists,
trimmed with lace and embroidery ; value $4.50.
at $2.50.
Lord
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Amusements.
BROUnVW A- 14TH ST. CO\TIM"OI'S PERF ORMAJVCE. E. F. ALBEE General Msnnater.
■ X ALWAYS THE BUST VAUDEVILLE SHOW ll* NEW YORK.
CHAS. DICK^ON & CO. I McINTYHE & HEATH. TECHOWB CATS. i MISICAL DALE.
Ji if"* ELLA" JORD\> A WELCH. Althea TVin SlMer.i. 30--GREAT ACTS=—V>
(\HRI«O\ GORM^ * WEST. FERGtgQS 4t WATSOS FRICES 85c. A BOc
KNICKERBOCKER 1^y f !S««~t
M Ha>-ma 3 & Co Pi«prlftors
Evening. 8:15. Matinee Pat. only.
TO-MORROW NIGHT SSSSS.
GEO. "\V. LEUERER'S
Annual Summ<»r Presentation.
BLANCHE RING
In a musical farce comedy by
HARRT B. SMITH & GUSTAVE KERKER. THE
BLONDE in BUCK
SOUTH FIELD sS^
JUNE 15. 16, 17 tStixle.
°a p ,1 n !"AS YOU LIKE IT"
By th» Fame Company Recently P^»n at the. University
Settlement Benefit at South Field.
RESERVED SEATS. $2.
ON SALE 9 AT RFXSri>AR PRICES. AXi.
MONDAY \ HOTELS AND AGENCIES.
Ljr » I r> CO Theatre. B'way & 35th st.
PI LnMLU C3W- Eves 8:30. Mat. Pat. 2:15.
t ,^k DAN DALY - John Henry
M<xicay. June. 15th. "The Knickerbocker Girl."
C. AD PICK THEATRE. 85th St.. near Broadway.
I\l\l\-,l\ Evgs 830 Mat? xr»a. & Sat _
n,.,,.,. -p^-v,-.,,- TriAT wbX'T COME Manager
THE SHOW THAT WOJPT COME OFF.
HE\RV nIVEV! THIRD BIG WEEK.
B. UI At I There' hasn't been Us
In the bost arid | much lAugh ter at the Gar
r.^n^r^,,,,, ' rtck sine 'Never Asala'
FACING THE MUSIC. - s $„*£.•&£. sun.
Preceded by "Over a Welsh Rarebit" with Mr. r>lx<-y.
"THE BEAUTY SHOW OF BROADWAY"
At the Famous CASINO.
lleesre. Sam S. Shul*>rt A- Nixon * Zimmerman's
llllPn tU HILL THEATRE. Lex. Ay». & 42d St.
M HHfl I MATINEE EVERY DAY. 23c.
UiUlillMl -THE LATE MR. JONES."
Ktet Week (ckMing weeki "THE RIVALS."
NOW OPEN < SEA BEACH
DAILY. S PALACE.
PRESENTING CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCES.
ADMISSION 2.-C. CHILDREN lOc.
TERRACE GARDENS t^V"
VERDI'S "II TROVATORE."
Concert and "CavaJJerla Pustlcana" To-nl|:ht.
A DVERTISEMENTS ana subscriptions for The Tribune
J£\. received at their Uptown Office,
SO. ::.■.» BROADWAY.
Advertisements will be received at the following branch
office* at regular office rates until S o'clock p. m.. vli. :
a 54 Bth-ave.. c. c. cor. S3d-«t.: 153 Oth-ave.. cor.
12th -St. : 92 Kant 14th-Rt.: 2.%7 Went 42d-»t-. be
tween 7th and Bth ayes.; 2«: Jest 12.'th-«t.i 1.358
3d-ove., between 76th and 77th ets. . 1.020 3d-sve.,
near 6lEt-st.: 1.70S Ist-nve., near B9tb-«t ; li»7 East
12.*>tIi-Ht.: 750 Tre-mont-nvo.t «srt Hd-ave, near
4lst-ct_: 554 Sd-avp.: 210 Ble««olier-«t. ; .'s2s
Bleeokcr-at. Drooklrn, N. V.— fonrt-»t.i
21K Smiih-iit.; 1,04>4 Galrß-aTC Newark, N. J.
—704 Broa«l-et. Also at A. D. T. offices.
SUNDAY, JUNE 14TH. SUNDAY, JUNE 14TH.
J roprt'etors of Summer Hotels and Boarding Houses
9/Jt, are Io ° ItCin for refined, prosperous guests who pay profitable prices and make
• U//IO long visits should not fail to he represented 'in the.advertising columns of the &
§ Summer Resort Edition I
H . ' >
I of the New- York Tribune %
— . : G
>■ . ... WHICH WILL RE ISSUED .... ' ft
I Next yiinday, June 14th X
5 e nd will '**£*** lar ? numbers of the most desirable class of summer visitors in their choire of Jj
vi m J ncr Homes. It J will be the most complete directory of High Class Resorts ever pub. *
lisnea. ana will he handsomely illustrated.- — r - :
SEND YOUR ORDERS WITHOUT DELAY.
SUNDAY, JUNE 14TH, ~ SUNDAY, JUNE 14TH.
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, SUNDAY, JI'XK 7, 1903.
Taylor.
Amusements.
gyiAJESTIC
818 . GRAND CIRCLE.
NEW YORK'S FINEST.
THE WORLD'S SAFEST THEATRE.
E. D. Stair and A. L. Wilbur. Proprietors
Evs. 8 sharp- Matinees Wed. & Sat. 2 sharp.
i COME IN FROM THE HEAT. S
(nqneKtionahly the Mont Perfectly
< Ventilated I'nblic Building in the
$ World.
in«>.no«> Cable Feet of Fresh Air
< li'iiim Into the Auditorium Each
( Minute.
: Temperature 20 Degrees Lower
: than the Outer Air.
O1 QT \A/JlCk' OF THE SEASON'S
iilol WtuN CYCLOMC SUCCESS.
WIZARD
I OF OZ
AVITH THE FAMOUS FUNNY FELLOWS.
MONTGOMERY and STONE.
DUCT CCATC WED. MATINEE, $1.00.
DUO I OCHIO Ev s. and Sat Mat. ( 1 MV
Madison Square Garden
" New York's Biggest Summer
Garden Is in full Swing." — World.
The Audiences Exceed those of. the Horse Show.
TO-NIGHT v
U d MStek «. \m» his
ILJp i^S ORCHESTRA.
''
SOLOISTS:
For To-nigrht Mmo. Ma «. a
conda, Nahan Franko. , .- A p ,,- tur<>s< , ue . nove] i
Monday ■ Ev«r.. and Balance and very attract^ c place." '
of Wffk— VllFf ' arri» 1 H»-ald
Bridewell .of the Grau i .. Most ! str i klns met a- !
-r-^ i. a .°,L,, . 1 c Imorpho*!* the Garden has
The Most Delightful Sum- L ver had— a scene of ex
mer .M?ht Offering In the \ , llslte beauty."- World !
" orla - I "The Wonderful City 'of I
iil/»^>!^« • — ! the Adriatic reproduced
VGniCG Ifl wlth absolute fidelity." !
T tllltC 111 journal.
»t \r * ■* "Scored a yreat sue-!
\pn,' Yni*K cess."— Sun.
J'vtT IUI l\ I "Altogether phenom-
'^ev^^^ore !
i-ioaiingt.iou.is. for Summer conc< , rts ln i
Bewildering Array cf TOrk -"~ Ma ' l *"*{
Electric Llshts! J,Hxpreas. I
2C«> Electric Fan.- <& *
Constantly in Operation.
RESERVED SEATS ON 1 GENERAL Crt _
"THE ISLAND." $1 00. ? ADMISSION. OUC
Under the, Direction of R. E. JOHNSTON.
SI CIRCLE ZH<
8:15. \Jf I [I \*J 1_ I— fiOth St.
ORAXD CONCERT TO-SIGHT AT 8110.
Geo. Evans. Empire City 4, Rm & .Brosche. 3 W«ton»,
Irene J«rm/-.n. Mamie Remlnfrton & her Picks. Talbot &
Rocers, May Evans, Wills & Barren, American Vitarraph.
Commer.flng To-morrow (Monday) Matinee.
CRESS and D AYIME
!Mtra*tlon: BESSIE GREENWOOD Highest Voice.
CX'SHMAN, HOLCOMB «t CURTIS.
JAB. RICHMOND GLEXROY,
Ed. F. Reynard, Reno's Bull Terriers, Lowe. Hushes Duo.
Paul Stephens, Twin Nlces, Th« London "Zoo."
Special Sale of
Oriental Rugs.
Commencing
Monday, June Bth,
we will offer the following
exceptional values :—: —
Lot No. I.
g5 Antique Anatolian
and Shirvan Rugs,
at $13.50.
Lot No. 2.
75 Mousoul
and Daghe stan Rugs,
at $1 1.50.
Lot No. 3.
100 Guenje
and Shirvan Rugs,
at $9.50.
Lot No. 4.
65 Karabagh Rugs,
at $5.50.
— Also—
Persian, Turkish
and India Carpets
at y$ less than usual prices.
At Retail Only.
Lord& Taylor.
Amusements.
PARADISE ROOF ™- NIQ
gardens 4 iv7t h "it? assays;
8 o v clc=k to mtdnlKht. GOOD SBAT BUG
GRAM) BILL OF STAR PERFORMERS.
To-morrow I Rtccobono's Horses. Franco Piper. 17
.M»ht aid I Hoosler Zouaves. Gal«tte Monkeys.
Week, I Cole * Johnson, the 4 Ma-hton*
Sherman * De Forrest, Wilton Bros.. Mr. and Mrs- Cham
berlain and the New and Original Extravaganza and Bal
let. Punch. Judy and Company.
BROADWAY THEATRE
ja^rLft 4m . !-.. 8 ~:.» t .*.. M11t V w^
COOLEST theatre IN r America.,
WED'Y matinee PRICES ro<^ to 81 .50.
I.STH WEEK! "best ml . . ICAI '
4th month: show i> tows."
To-morrow Night i S()UVEMRS!
1 00 th Performance | ml\tlac dd hh d vtei>«
HENRT "W. SAVAGE |MLILMa
PRINCE
PILSEN
AVITH fVMOI SUS U CAST U OF" PRINCIPALS and
BEAVTV CHORI S.
NEW TORK"S FAD-SONG OF THE CITIES.
ST. NICHOLAS I TO-NIGHT
SUMMER GARDEN. GRAND V.U'DEVILLB
66th St. & Col. Are. I CONCERT.
—POWERFUL. ALii STAR PROGRAM.
TO-MORROW. I A I r\l|T _— -_
2D BIG WEEK. L.M L.W I C „,
Jess Dandy. Smith, Doty & Co*. Paul Powell »
Electric Theatre. Tam'amoto Bros.. Gladstone
Sisters. Two Morrises. Goofman's Cats * Dors, and
ADELAIDE HERMANN Tr^T »s. M ; BO< *-
Jan. 15— CREATORE and BAND OF 65.
mrQT Plin PIKE THEATRE • STO^K CO.
VVtol LIMU. . — THE CHARTTT BAL.U—
APAnCMY OF MUSIC l^h ?t. * Irv. PI
ALAUtIVIT Eve. sir.. Mats. Wed. & Pat. 3.
JACOB 1% r\ I FT 1 |~> »* Shy lock In
r\ I 1 I »T VS. THE MERCHANT
p. / »L^l^L*-1 X OF VENICE.
BIJOU i MABELLE
MAT. SATT. In "THE MOCKING BIRD."
ADMISSION, 25c. SUNDAYS.
EWORLD kg IN -WAX.
DEN IVIUSEE
NEW TO-DAY
| M'KIIAI, GItOVPS AND Kllil REsT"" l^™!
THIS AFTERNOON AND EVENING
THE LEIPZIGER ORCHESTRA.
WAI I Broadway * Srtth st
"HSvLinUli w Matinee Saturday only, 215
<»TH MONTH. LAST « NIGHTS.
Thursday- WEST POINT SIGHT.
HENRY W. SAVAGE PRESENTS
• GEORGF ADE'S WITTY MUSICAL SUCCESS
H Sultan siSulu
June 13 — 300 th and last time— Souvenir*.
Blanhsltan CTlTFatrf *sy«.
HARRISON GREY FISKE Manager
STH MONTH
Eves, at S:2O. Matinees Wed ft Sat. at 2:15
THE POTENTIAL COMEDY TRICSTPH,
THE EARL OF
PAWTUCKET
By AUGUSTUS THOMAS.
Seaf Fonr Weeks In Adrance.
are now showing a large collection of very desirable .
* Women's Summer Dresses
of Dimities, Batistes, Organdies, Point d'Esprit, Linons and Piquet
and in addition will place on sale
To-morrow
For Garden Parties and Country Wear
Suits of French Mull.
in ail the new shades.
of French Nainsooks, finely tucked, $16 50 IP. 75
trimmed with Valenciennes Lace, J V.*JU, I^.J-lJ
Of White Lawns, $ 2.50
trimmed with Cluny Lace, <v
Shirt Waist Suits $1 SO
in all colors, of Linen with hemstitching. 1W ' v
Also a complete line of
Walking Skirts of Plain and Dotted Piques and Linens
Clearance Sale, of
Imported Dress Fabrics
at
Greatly Reduced Prices
Silk and Wool Crepe de Paris. Eoliennes. Armures and
Tamise. Wool Poplins and Mistral Etamines, ET S?C
42 to 47 in. wide, in all the most desirable colors, \J \J
Heretofore 85c to $1.45 yd.
1 inn Vric f Imported Plain and Fancy Woven Voiles, fL Oc
j, JUU YCIS. j43 m wide in co i ors cream and bL«ck, UO
Value 98c to $1.37 yd.
Lace Departments
Decided Reductions
in Imported and Domestic High-Cost
Lace Robes
Consisting of Antique Etamine, Lierre, Pongee and
Linen with Lace Combinations,
at $ 14.50, 24.50, 39.50, 59.00
Former prices $25.50 to $132.50
Venise Lace Edges, Galloons and All-overs.
in ecru and colored effects, "2 5C $A grv
from 1 to 18 inches wide, 3d to nJwU
Former prices 75c. to $10.25 yd.
Women's Shirt Waists
New and Very Desirable Styles of
. . .. China Silk. Linen, Lawn, Madras and Dotted Swiss
Also To-morrow On the Second Floor
White Lawn Waists, $ L2S, 1.50, 1.85
Colored Madras Waists, 98 C , $ 1.25, 1.50
Special Inducements in
Household Linens
Consisting of Table Cloths, Damasks, Napkins. Towels.
Linen Sheets and Pillow Cases.
Table i 2 x 2 yds. $1. 75, 3.50 3 xajg yds. $2.25, 4.3S
Cloths 12 x ? yds. *2,70, 5.25 2% X2# yds. $3.00, 5.75
Napkins, Breakfast size. Doz., $ 1.75, 4.25 Dinner. *2.70, 4.95
BLEACHED DAMASK, ~2 in. wide. Yd. 95C, M.20
LINEN SHEETS, Hemstitched, large size. Pr. $ 4.38, 5.75
LINEN PILLOW CASES, Hemst'd, 2254 x 36 in. " 80c, *1.25
HUCK TOWELS, Hemstitched. Dor. *2.95, 4.15
Lace Curtains and Bed Sets
RUFFLED MUSLIN CURTAINS, in a variety
of patterns for Summer furnishing. Value $1.00 pair /5C
RUFFLED BOBBINET CURTAINS, *iic *i->e *• Mm
Lace insertion and edge, *1.15, * 1.&3, *1.05
Vjlue $1.4? to $2 25 pa»
RUFFLED RENAISSANCE BED SETS, «. „ n - tx An %1 -» ort
for single and double beds, ?4.95,? 4.95, ? 6.00, • 1 2.00
Lace curtains cleaned and stored during the sum
mer : No Charge for Storage.
Third Floor.
End of Season Closing Sale of
Girls' and Hisses' Apparel
GIRLS' COATS and REEFERS M mm mm Mm
sires 2 to 14, Heretofore $5.00 to $0.9* \4.V5 and *5.45
GIRLS* DRESSES, in plain and fancy materials, «->«-. • * «
sizes 4to 12, Heretofore $5.00 to $10.00 *.2.95 and *4.v5
MISSES' COVERT CLOTH JACKETS. «, - *^«- rt
Heretofore $7.50 to $10.90 5 3.95 and *5.50
MISSES' WALKING SKIRTS, fancy mixtures,
.■■;" Heretofore $5.50 to $7.00 *3.65
MISSES' SUITS, in plain blue, K_ __ ._ __ .
black, brown and fancy mixtures *7.50, -V./5 and *15.75
Heietofore $13.05 to $•.; aa
Second Floor.
Boys' Wash and "Woolen Suits
and Summer Hats— Exceptionally Low Priced
IMPORTED WASH SUITS, including many of the , Value $2 0; Ii «4 00
finest grade Rusiun* and Sailors, >• «. , q- '"
SAILORS and RUSSIANS -REDUCED man of .
imported Woolen fabrics. Formerly $5.00 to So. v *3.50 and ? 5.00
SINGLE BREASTED *nd NORFOLK SUITS.
of fine grade Cheviots, Homespuns and Serges ;
many half lined. Formerly $6.95 and $8.00 •5.00
YOUNG MEN'S NORFOLK. OUTING and
REGULAR SUITS, Formerly .7, an.l $13.90 »8.00
Sale of Summer Hats
STRAW HATS, WASHABLE SAILORS. GOLFS »nd TAMS.
many Sailors imported. Value 7 «c to 95c 48C
STRAW and WASHABLE SAILORS. GOLFS and TAMS, nX
Value $1.50 to $2.00 ySC
Second Floor. Annex.
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West Twenty-third Street

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