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Important
Oriental Rug Sale,
Monday, October Bth, 1906, x
continuing throughout the week.
""'*'• , ' . , . ■' I
Antique collectors, connoisseurs, or any one
wishing to make their home beautiiul, will be
interested in this sale of
. 1,032 Antique Oriental Rugs
direct irom PERSIA which we have secured
from the owner, who determined to sell the entire
shipment intact, not following the usual custom
of breaking the lot to several buyer/. . This in
voice of a total value of $75,000 being too large
for ordinary dealers to handle, we purchased the
entire lot at prices so low that we can
Retail the Rugs
at less than wholesale value.
We offer the entire collection of
Antique Antique Persian
Persian Carpets. Hearth Rugs.
207 (large sizes) including 542
the following weaves: — in the following weaves: —
Antique Khorassan.Sere- Serebend. Senna, Herati.
bend, Kurdistan, Senna Kurdistan, Tabriz,
Kurdistan, Kermanshah, Kermanshah, Saruk, &c,
Serapi ; prices range from &c; with a range of prices
$250.00 t0 57 50.00. $15.00 to 5i 25.00.
Antique Antiqtte Persian
Persian Carpets. fj a n Strips and
187 (medium sizes) includ- r • Runners
ing the following weaves: lair Ktinners,
Antique Serebend, Mir, all the vanousquahties. A
Herati, Shirastan,&c.,&c; superb collection, over %
prices range from are in pairs; prices range,
$45.00 to $350.00. $25.00 to $150.00.
At Retail Only.
Do not expect to find the conventional rugs
that every one owns among this lot.
All are rare and choice.
This will be an exceptional opportunity for
those wanting something out of the ordinary at
extremely low prices.
Lord & Taylor
Broadway and Twentieth St., Fifth Aye., Nineteenth St,
Lord & Taylor
Glove Dept.
We are now showing all the desir
able lengths and colors for street and
evening wear in
The Celebrated
Kid Gloves.
For a perfect fit, superior quality
and durability, these Gloves are une
qualed.
Broadway and Twentieth St., Fifth Aye., Nineteenth St
NOTES FROM NEVADA.
The Story of "Ben" Luce's Trip to
the Camp at Fairview.
Goldfleia, Ke-v., Oct. The hard luck tale of
"Ben" Luce's trip to the gold mining camp at
Fairvlew Is still being told in this section. He Is
s&ld to be the fifth man in the new camp. Although
lie bad the choice of several sections. Luce picked
out the Eagle's Nest as the moat promising field.
When everything looked bright for him his money
was stolen, and before he could get more the
claims were taken up by others.
-Dtvelopment Trcrk on the Nevada Hills was
begun at once, and in t*n days ore was being
■hipped to the smelters. It Is now Bald to be the.
biggest mine of its age in the country, and its
workers say it has a vein of gold and silver ore
Averaging II, SCO a ton across rive feet. Luce sold
out a small Interest he Liter obtained for a mere
•on*. Henry Peery, L. M. Sullivan, of the L. M
Guluran Trust Company, and Governor Sparks of
Nevada, ware the purchasers. The property la said
to have been sold for lets than J2u0,000 to the pres
ent owners. Luce's share being lass than 140,000.
Six weeks V development work was begun on
the Eagle « Nest. The operator!* Bay pay ore has
be«n opened In three places. John D. Campbell,
formerly consulting engineer for the Schwab Inter
e»'-s In Js ,« nrad *t has Just completed an examination
?l.£*^ 'tin 'f " that th " l 8 a v ' ln showing
ST«at quautlOes of ore at "grass roots" carrying
Mick has always been his partner.
Another l«r*» strike Is reports at Duluth, about
twemy-fW» miles northwest of Goldyk«, In the
Paradise Mountains. Th« pay streak In about three
Inches wide and Is opened for a distance of 178
fe*t The property Is controlled by the Cox Tn
vv M t.T>ent Company. Fifty tons of ore have\«en
jacked and are now awalhn* transportafion to^h.
railroad. Jt 1« reported that the ore averages about
MCO a ton. Specimens of the or* from this camo
were sens. Jtst week to the offlcS. of So company
at No. 60 Broadway, N. T.. and No. 356 Droxel
Building:. Philadelphia.
_ _
Pave Fife, original discoverer of the camp at
Duluth. reports another strike on the Climax
claim. It Is said that the assays run $4,064 10 gold
and silver.
The new location Is 600 feet south of the original
strike on the. July claim, according to Fife's report.
The report Kays twenty lease* are being worked
and that two are already shipping ore.
Ij»rry King, the mining engineer of Cripple Creek,
has gone to Duluth to look over the field.
Town site lots are said to bo in big demand.
Th* nearest point on the. Southern Pacific, Railroad
Is Mlna
Trinidad continues the centre of excitement In
the Bullfrog district. It Is , announced that Sen
ator iW. A Clark has purchased large Interests
adjoining Trlnidnd.
A big registration to-morrow will encourage
those who are fighting for political decency.
Early registration is one of the first duties of a
good Republican and citizen.
TRADE IN CHICAGO.
[By Tel««raph to Th» Trtbun* 1
Chicago. Oct. 6— Wheat holders lost heart to-day
because they were deserted yesterday by those who
W^ 8 ♦ " Jn **"1" 1 ° n th * lr 8ld " of th market. They
sold steadily and the price had a drop of %b. IS
recovered half of that near the end through the
taking of profits by shorts. Corn felt the effect of
the clear weather In the West and the Indications
that the new crop would £?^iT^^l
ket in liberal quantities yZ n ? I S *""'
extent of % o for the current month, * ,tO De
center and y 4 e ,or May. Oats lost £om t £~
of their previous days va lv . ISZZZ wet
firm and October ribs scorsd an advance of «
Wheat showed further weakness early " the
session to-day and the bears nounrt J ♦* C.
vigorously. Much of the *CTt {JiSSnTSS
yesterday f.U »to weak £? .»« « % J?£
umaaM and wu a«ain
NEW- YORK DATLY TRIBUNE, SUNDAY. OCTOBER 7. lOOrl
Stern Brotlhers
Direct attention to their unusually large importations
of the highest class
Decorative Linens
Comprising Dinner. Reception and Tea Goths, Buffet, Dresser
and r.urcau 'Scarfs, Center Pieces. Doylies, Tray Cloths, Bed
Spreads. Sheets and Pillow Cases, trimmed with
Brussels, Puny, Venise, Rosa Toll is. Filet. Point a
I' Aiguille, Finnish, Point Paris, Milan. Vitellio an<i
Antique Laces, including examples from the Italian
schools of Canonica, Luciano and Pescocostanzo.
Also exclusive designs of French, Swiss, Madeira. Irish. Ger
man. Venetian and combinations of Eyelet Embroidery and
Wickle Drawn Work.
Special Safe of Real Laces
At Greatly Reduced Prices.
Point Applique Laces, Insertions
and Galloons, from 4to 18 in. wide, at 68c to 4.75 Yd.
Former Prices $1.10 to 7.50
Point Yenisc and P<>int Flandres
Edges and Insertions, from 2 to 6 in. wide, $2.75 to 7,50 Yd.
Former 1 Vices 54.25 to 10.50.

Bruges and Duchesse Edges, Insertions
and Galloons, from IV2to 0 in. wide at &5e to 9.50 Yd.
Former Prices $1.50 to 14.50
Irish Crochet Edges and Insertions,
from i]/ 2 to 6 inches wide. at $3.25 to 7.50 Yd.
Former Prices $1.95 to 10.75.
Hand Rnn Lierre Laces,
from 4 to 12 inches wide, at 2Sz to 1.25 Yd.
Former Prices 35c to 1.75.
To-morrow, will place on sale a large purchase of
Silk and Cotton nixed
Dress Fabrics
Consisting nf
5000 Yds. Silk Mixed Crepes O 1 c
with satin stripe-, in sky blue, pink, nile. bisque, tan.^J j
navy blue and black, also Dresden figures and polka spots
3500 Yds. Silk Mixed Crystalines & Chiffons OH Z
in desirable floral designs, at
Actual Value 500 to 60c Yard
, 4500 Yds. Silk Warp Cotton Pongees,
high finish, $3 inches wide in all the O Ac
popular colors, including black and silver, a t > s/
West Twenty-third Street
Monday, October Bth,
Muslin Underwear Dept.
Night Gowns, Drawers and Chemises t
98c, Si. 25, $1.95.
Silk Petticoat Dept.
Odd Silk Petticoats
in a large variety of styles in Black, Colored,
White and Black and White Taffeta (best quality),
37, 39, 42 inches long,
from 55.00 to 5i 0.7 5.
Extra Size Petticoats
in Black and Colored Taffeta (best quality),
at $7.75 & $9.45.
Lord & Taylor
Broadway and Twentieth St., Fifth Avo., Nineteenth St.
CLOTHES TO BE PERFECT
Should be made to measure. Let us make them for you; if you do not like
them, they remain here.
We offer a special line cf fine imported worsted Suitings in browns, grays,
stripes and cver-piaids, also a special iine cf twelve styles of velour for heavy
Overcoat, satin lined. Suit or Overcoat to me:"->t:re $30.
Our Combination Full Dress Suit with Tuxedo coat, siik lined to edge, at $62,
is exceptional value; style cannot be surpassed ::t any price.
May we mail samples, v/ith our illustrated booklet, "Th° Veil of Fashion"?
ARN HE I JVi
Broadway & Ninth Street,
pressed upon the market On the down turn there
was go<M buying by commissioner*. The trend of
prices was lower. The cash demand was stow.
Local receipts were 4.". cars, with 57 can estirr.iteil
for Monday.
Th*- corn nuirket was depressed to-day \<y th<»
■weakness In wheat, uixi corn was unloaded earl)
by pmall linlders, who feared a heavier movement.
On the dip loral houses covered. New corn la
brinßlnK 33V '" ■» ln COUBtry static. n.« in Illinois,
but fnrniern nr« not *<Mlimk much at thus.- prices.
Local receipts were 857 cars, with 357 can estimated
for Monday.
Trade In oat? to-day was In fairly liberal volume
but the tendency of prices was lower, in sympathy
with conditions In other grains. Local receipt! were
806 cars, with 367 cars estimated for Monday.
Trading in provisions was of small volume, prices
holding about steady. The weakness In ' coarse
■rains and the lower prices at the yards had ■ .1.
pressing effect on the market. Meat ihlpmenta
were 1.681.000 pound*, compared with 2,514.0^ pound*
a year ago. and lard shipments were 1.148,000 pounds
compared with BM.OUO pounds a year ago w- '
r*c«lpt* were 11.000 head, and prices at the yar'
VMM 6c low:
Pit CC FlrsurMh FistulVe. treated only. Latest m-thf>'l«.
i ILIO Information s.nt. Dr. Chapman. i'» 7 K.33d.St.NY.
PARIS BAKERS THREATEN STRIKE.
Paris. Oct. 6. — m. ciemenceau, Minister of the
Interior, and M. Lupine, Prelect of Police,
have decided that the Rest law must be ob
served. The. permission granted to certain m
tablishments t-i remain cpen on Sunday until
noon has i>< en withdrawn
The attitude of the bakers In consequence of
the enforcement of the law Is causing fear of a
general strike. The employers hay« decided la
close their establishments every Monday, mak
ing this the rest day for th.' bakers, which will
make it necessary to bake a double supply of
bread on Sunday. A section or ihe bakers
threaten to refuse to do this extra work. They
also object to the supplementary delivery .that
v. in be required on Sunday, and say they will
cease work entirely if they are forced to comply
with the decision of the employers. The au
thorities have arranged in case there is a strike
to hold the military bakers In reserve and also
to have a. Urn-- force of troops in readiness to
prevent disturbances. The Prefect i»X Police
however, does not expect trouble,
Sterm. Brotteirs
4
Cloak Department
Special attention is directed to
Autumn Importations of High Class Garments
comprising the best productions of
Paquin, Callot, Doucet, Cheniit and Frances,
in the newest materials, including Satin Ondoyant, Chiffon
Velvet, Chiffon Broadcloth and Laces, suitable for all oc
casions.
i * ." -■- •.

Imported Fur Garments
Neckpieces and Muffs
From the Leading Paris Makers.
Boleros, Loose and Empire Coats,
in Broadtail, Mink and Caracul.
Handsome Effects in Russian Sable, Ermine and Chinchilla,
also Fur-Lined Garments for Street and Evening Wear.
AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF RUSSIAN AND HUDSON
BAY SABLES. SILVER FOXES. ERMINES. CHINCHILLAS
MINK AND BROADTAIL SKINS, FOR THE MAKING TO
ORDER OF GARMENTS, ETC.
Early Winter Styles of Women's
Tailor-made Walking Suits
including Eton, Blouse, Three-Quarter Length, Semi-Fitted
and Smart Tight Fitting Effects, in all the new fabrics, Plaids,
Mixtures, Striped Cheviots and Broadcloths.
- ■ ■ - * V
A New Model
Will be placed on sale to-morrow, of Broadcloth,
in new Fall shades, handsomely trimmed with 5-2*7 —a *
braid and velvet, J •O\J
Actual Value $52.50
Also an Exclusive Assortment of the Latest Models in
Women's Fine Costumes
in selected fabrics, for Dinner, Street and Evening Wear.
To-morrow's Sale Will Include an Offering of
Princess Crepe de Chine Costumes
In Blue, Pink. Heliotrope. White. Champagne,
Corn and Light Gray, lined throughout with §-> 1 <= A
Taffeta Silk, At the Special Price of *04.0U
Decided Reductions in the Highest Class
French Hand=made Waists
of All Over, Valenciennes, Point de Genes, Cluny, Yenise,
Torchon and Irish Crochet Laces, Linen and Batiste,
at *29,50, 39.50, 47.-50
Reduced from $45.00, 65.00, 89.00
Hisses 3 and Girls 1 Apparel
In the newest styles and materials at Very Moderate Prices
ATTENTION IS DIRECTED TO A WELL SELECTED STOCK
OF MISSES' SUITS. COSTUMES AND EVENING COATS,
GIRLS* SCHOOL AND DANCING FROCKS, DRESSY COATS.
RIDING HABITS. GYMNASIUM SUITS AND PIQUE DRESSES
FOR FALL WEAR.
Young Hen's, Boys' & Juvenile
Autumn a Winter Clothing
Complete lines are now being displayed, comprising the
newest styles and effects for College. Street and
Dress Wear, all attractively priced.
YOUNG MEN'S SINGLE AND DOUBLE BREASTED SACK
SUITS AND OVERCOATS OF PLAIN AND FANCY MA
TERIALS, 31 TO 37 IN. CHEST MEASURE.
BOYS' SINGLE AND DOUBLE BREASTED YOKE OR PLAIN
NORFOLKS, DOUBLE BREASTED BELTED SUITS, SAI
LOR AND RUSSIAN SUITS, _•-, TO 17 YEARS.
BOYS' OVERCOATS AND REEFERS IN VARIOUS STYLES
AND FABRICS
CHILDREN'S OVERCOATS IN FANCY AND PLAIN MA
TERIALS. ALSO A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF HIGH
GRADE FUR AND FUR TRIMMED COATS.
Lace Curtains & Stores
The following will he offered Monday and Tuesday
At Exceptionally Low Prices
Italian Filet Lace Curtains, Pair 537,51?, 75.00, 125.00
Originally $62.50 to 225.00.
Italian File! Lace Stores, Each 537.50, 75.00
Originally $55.00 to 145.00 Each.
French Upholstery Fabrics
All ">() in wide, f or Draperies and Furniture Coverings,
At Noteworthy Reductions, a few of which are:
SILK DAMASKS, Were $4.75 Yd, 5 1.95
SILK TAPESTRIES, -' $5.25 & 5.75 Yd, $2.75, 3.75
BROCHES, - $10.50 Yd, 4.50
SOU \RES FOR PILLOW TOPS j
AND CHAIR SEATS, ' 45c, 75c, 95c ark upwards
(Third Floor)
West Twenty-third Street

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