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O^B BUOCK from the new dry goods stores are
* leyulv r»fte.urants connected tilth the
HOTEL MARTINIQUE
Brocvdwa.y and 33d St.
-*• Ve«r Indies' Dining Room has becom* a fa
ic?t» l/jncheoa l?lac« for shoppers and matinee
**B2rrte» and cuitln* have eocureij approval of critical
ptfroner*. Mualc.
DUTCH ROOM
Is bow the most talke4-of place In the city.
Table i Hole Diner. • to 9, $1.50
Neapolitan Quartet perform*,
j^fter theatre parties will find excei tionai seeeassae-
Sstloss here.
MILK REPORT READY.

"Health Department to Present One
I at Freeman Hearing To-day.
The STeater part of the meeting of the Board of
Hea'i'h yesterday was taken up In the hearing of a
■•port on the effect of bovine tuberculosis on the
sjitlk supply. The board has been getting ready for
the Freeman bearing at the City Hall to-day, and
there will be a report submitted that will be more
or less of a surprise to the advocates ot pasteuriza
tion a" the only method of securing a pure supply
ef the beverage for the. general use of the people
of this city. The relations of bovine tuberculosis
Stth human tuberculosis mill be cone into thor
oughly.
It was hinted at the Health Department yester
day that the reports of the effect of the bovine
tubercle on human beings had been greatly exag
gerated. And this exaggeration, it was said, had
for its object compulsion of the adoption of pas
teurization as the, only means of securing a safe
milk ■SBStjT tor the city. The report received yes
terday came from Dr. W. H. Park, the department
bacteriologist. It contains comparative figures that
will be of great value to the committee in deter
mining the stand it is to take on the Freeman
ordinance. It is said that the health committee is
likely to await further investigation by the Health
Department before committing itself in any way.
At the Board of Health meeting yesterday there
were present Dr. Darlington. Dr. Alvah H. Doty
and Deputy Commissioner Arthur J. O'Keeffe. rep
resenting Commissioner Bingham of the Police De
partment Mr. O'Keeffo was there to hear all about
the work being done to secure ■ pure milk supply,
and ho will report ><> Commissioner Bingham.
Whatever reports are received by the Hoard of
Health will be placed before the advisory board of
ih* department so that it will be able to act prompt
ly when the matter is ready for pome definite de
cision. It was said at the department office that Dr.
Darlington would in a few weeks have all of his
data ready for a statement regarding his position.
He will fully answer those who have insisted that
he Is opposed to pasteurization and will clearly de
fine to what extent he either favors this method or
opposes it.
Alderman Jarol.son. who Is chairman of the
health committee, has l^rn in rcmmunloation with
Dr. DarJlrißton right along. He is much interested
in ISC milk question and has been informing him
sctf in every way possible.
There trap consiJerable amusement at the Health
Department offices yesterday over a report that
■the bovine tubercle bacillus was more dangerous
to .man life than the human tubercle bacillus.
It was said that this had been developed by a
British royal commission on tuberculosis. A de
psrttne^t official said that recent investigation
had t-hown that a cow infected with tuberculosis
of the lungs could sot infect its mlk supply. The
cow would have to be. Infected in the udder in
order to Infect the milt. This warn saJJ not to be a
matter of speculation, but of fact. This removed
much of th« danger from tuberculosis that has
teen as much vaunted as threatening the health
ef the consumers. Efficient infection is what the
department will insist upon as the only wav to
<-bviate the dangers from Infected milk *
.. It was . /"J 11 "* 1 " Pointed out at the department
that the kind of pasteurization advocated by Alder*
tn&n Freeman would not accomplish the object of
pasteurisation as understood by th..« who are in
favor of that method. Mr. Freeman said that he
favored pasteurization by heating the milk to a
temperature of 165 degrees for twenty seconds It
is said by every authority that this would 'not
liiil the bovine tuberculosis bacillus.
in order to do that effectively the milk must be
a?ated to that temperature for fully twenty minutes
That i* th* Straus method, and is th* practical
way. The short period of heatinr is th* so-called
commercial method, and kills all germs but the
tubercle bacillus. It was learned yesterday that
Dr. Darlington will not be at the health commit
tees meeting to-day.
♦ •wins i.i th<- many conflicting; reports regarding
(Be work done broad on the milk question it is
more tl:*n llkelv that the I'oard of Health will
wend a bacteriologist to Kurope with credentials
tr.at will assure him. a full opportunity for the most
comprehensive inv»Fti»at;..n. It will then not be
neoeaury for the department to accept at second
hand reports of the foreign finding.
FIRE ALARMS FIFTH AYE.
Stubborn Blaze in Basement Causes
Lots of Trouble.
An WKiimmly stubborn fire in the basement of a
fly* story building: in M street. Just west of Fifth
tvtaae. «rly last evcaJas* tes»sl a lot or excit* I
r-r-* and a grrat congestion of traffic. Smoke is
st:!n|r from So. S West 21.J tre«>t attracted the
•ttentlcn of Roundsman Pitt*, of the West 30th
•!r»*t station, mho turned in an alarm. The flre
rr.r-n found the entire building filled with smoke,
tot for ■ considerable time could not find the
flaws. The basement and first floor |iro occupied
by the Defender Photo Supply Company, and for
« time the firemen feared that explosions might
fo!!oxv.
A second alarm was turned In. and this brought
«IJ>aratu» that filled the streets In the neighbor
hnni. Across from the building is the McConnell
Huildlnir, a twelve story etructure. and on the op
posite corner the Sohmer Building. Frightened oc
cupants hurried down to thn streets, and their
•<-:rr\in*r bark and forth delayed not only th*> tlre
rr.ru, i) U t «i«o kept the policemen busy. Crowds
tlao poured from the Flatiron Building.
By cutting holes in the first floor the firemen got
St t!.« hl*zr. which did about $10,000 damage.
COREY WILL HOT RESIGN.
I
His Secretary Denies Report — No Falling
Off in Steel Business. : . *.
The rot earnings of the United States Steel
Corporation for February, as presented to the
finance committee on Tuesday, a special dis
patch from Plttsburg yesterday said, were sat
isfactory in size, and the amount of unfilled or
ders on hand, as of February 28, showed no
falling off In the business of the corporation.
Ex-Judge E. H. Gary, chairman of the board,
was quoted yesterday as saying that the unfilled
onjr re at the end of February amounted to about
P.STK».O(K» tone, as compared with 8.45U.71S offl
'lally reported for December SL MOB.
According Is a special dispatch received : In
VnU Street from Pittsburj;, President Corey will
retire on June 1. Mr. Corey's secretary said,
however: "There Is absolutely no truth in the
import that Mr. Corey Is going to resign."
SUES BANK FOR $400,000.
'Plaintiff Says That Untrue Statement Pre
vented Him Getting Loan on Ship.
A Bait to recover $100,000 from t lt*- National Park
■Bank, Manhattar. was Instituted by Domenico
Il*«<i In the Special Term of the Supreme Court In
Brooklyn, yesterday. One of the ansiirnors of the
Plaintiff alleges that the defendant, caused a
.Tib]'- d;*;-at«-h to lx- sent to the captain of the
l*ert or o«t.oj saying that the steamship Arizona,
**•*«» tin- property of th» assignors of Rizzo. was
• i2*«te*<j u» ice hank 1*53,009 on. a mortgage on the
•. Pbllllp S. l.a<ui. ,; n * of tli<» assignors, said in
•"^uri >«-M.-rtlui' that tbe stat-mtnt was entirely
f *sac. »i& that because of it he had !x»«-n unable to
.Vfts'a * >tMLn of 1123.6 Mon the boat and was pre
gW«i tjirreby from fitting the ship for the Italian
yJinusrant trade. Justice Crane ' permitted ' the de
'•nd*nt 13 fli« a limited Mil of particulars.
" ■ "^^^^^^^M^^^^^M^cMM^ " ",* *& / <»'<V'*9<& r *
XEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. THURSDAY. MARCH 7. 1907. -PAGES NINE TO FOURTEEN.
Buiietin.
THE TRAIN FOR CLEVELAND.
When the wide-awake 'business man makes a trip he selects
the route and the train that will take him to his destination with
the least delay and with the greatest comfort.
The Pennsylvania Railroad to Cleveland is the Standard Rail
road of America, and the Standard Railroad cf America is the route
of the finest and fastest trains in the world.
At 4.55 P. M. every day the "Chicago Limited," one of the
splendid "limited" trains for which the" service of the Pennsylvania
Railroad is famous, leaves New York for Cleveland and Chicago,
arriving in Cleveland every morning at 7.40 A. M.
With through Pullman drawing-room sleeping cars, and dining
car at seasonable hours, this is the train from New York to Cleve
land, not only for the aggressive business man, but for every traveler
from Manhattan Island to the Lake City of Ohio.
An additional train with through sleeping cars to Cleveland,
Youngstown. and Barberton leaves New York at 8.25 P. M. daily.
James McCreery & Co.
2 3rd Street. 34th Street.
RUG DEPARTMENTS. in Both Stores.
Commencing: on Thursday, March the 7th.
Sale of all wool reversible Brussels Rugs.
6 it. x 9ft G.OO
9 ft. x 9ft 9.00
9 ft. x 12 ft 12.00
9 ft. x 15 ft 15.00
Vi ft. x 15 It 20.00
Best grade Smyrna Rugs.
9 x 12 ft 25.50
7 ft. « in. x 10 ft. 6 In 22.00
6 ft. x 9 ft 13.50
4 ft. x 7 ft G. 75
3 ft. x 6 1 1 4.25
Imperial Arlington Rugs.
9 x 12 ft 30.00
8 ft. 3 ill. x 1O ft. 0 in 28.00
James McCreery & Co.
2 3rd Street. 34-th Street.
WIFE BRIXGS ODD SUIT.
Tell* of Strange Separation Agree
ment with Husband.
A suit Tv.-is begun yesterday before County Judge
Platt. Nt Wliito Plains, between Jtmei 11. McCor
reack. buyer f< m lace and embroidery IniptJrtlng
firm at No. 109 Fifth avenue, and his wife. Mrs.
Mary McCormack, us plaintiff, to compel the en
forc«-mr-nt of an .agre«-nu-nt by which it Is allep^fl
he was to pay h< r ?'." a week while they are Itvlr.jr
upart because of domestic troubles. The couple
formerly lived In. Prlham.
The MoComacks were unable to Uve together
happily, and. after beln^ separated several times,
on October 11, 19*>4, drew up a novel pact by which
the husband surrendered all rights to his wife's
affections, and si i rif ii to allow her to live apart
from him. Mr. UcConnack further agreed not to
trouble any one for receiving and harboring hi*
wife, and that be would not visit her without her
consent. The husband now claims through his
attorneys thai this document Is null and void be
cause it is In violation of the laws and is against
public policy.
Mrs. McCormack accused her husband on the
witness stand of Intemperance and cruelty, and al
leged that upon one occasion while in .i drunken
rage he threw her daughter by a former marriage
downstairs because she refused to allow him to
read ■ letter which she had received from a friend.
The witness alleged that when she. upbraided him
for his conduct i.'- attacked her.
Mr. McCormack denied that be was ever addicted
to drink and that he ever abused his wife or her
daughters by her first husband. The proprietors of
the importing firm by whom he is employed and
several of the employes testified to his good char
acter and sobriety. The servants also denied that
Mr. McCormack 'was ever drunk or abusive In
their presence to either Mr.--. McCormack or her
two daughters. The case will be continued to-day.
• — . * )
FREED FOR TTIMBRIDGE FATALITY.
Chauffeur and Motorman Both Discharged
from Custody.
Wallace 11. Owens, the driver of the automobile
from which Mrs. Mary Judd TumbrtdC* was thrown
to her death on the Brooklyn Bridge Tuesday, and
Michael Maher. motorman of the car which ran
over her, were discharged from custody in the
Adams street police court by Magistrate Steers, In
Brooklyn, yesterday. Major J. W. Tumbrldge, hus
band of the dead woman, and his father. Captain
William Tumbr:d(se. owner of th« St. George Hotel,
testified that neither of the prisoners could be
blamed for the fatality. The older man was so
overcome that his eon had to assist him from the
courtroom. • ?_ ; - '-;'*■ ','_"• .
Mr«. Tumbrldge's funeral will be held from the
First Presbyterian Church, Henry street, near
Clark street, at 2 o'clock this afternoon.
ARRESTED WHILE DANCING
Princeton Man Charged with Bigamy-
Scene in Dance Hall.
[By Telegraph to The Tribune.]
Princeton. X. J., March C— Harry Horton, a
young man well known here, was arrested at
the Alhambra on the charge of bigamy to-day.
At the time he was dancing with Mary Green,
to whom he was recently married here. The
charge is preferred by a woman who lives in
Bordentown, X. J. She says that eh»» was mar
ried to him In 1901, and that they have two chil
dren. She also pays that Horton deserted her
last November, and that slit: had not seen or
heard from him till she read of his marriage.
Horton has been known hero for some time.
He ha» visited here at different times during
the last few years, but never told any one he
was married. The Alhambra. where Horton was
arrested. is in Wltherspoon Ftreet. Princeton's
"Bowery." He will have a hearing before the
Mayor to-morrow. Hoiton denies his former
marriage, and nays the charge fc-- made on ac
count of Jealousy because he married Mis*
Green.
HEAVY ARRIVALS OF EGGS.
Arrivals of «ggs on Monday and Tuesday, accord
inu to statistics of the New York Moroantile Ex
t-har.g», were 49.20T cases of thirty doss* each— or
nearly 17.000.080 egge. This would make a tialn of
164 can holding three hundred cases each. The
price has fallen about Me a dozen since last Friday
when dealers had difficulty in finding enough for
their wants at Sc
IttOQi'OIS CASK BLOCKED
Settlement of Legal Points liaised
May Take Years.
Danville, li! . : The tr.nl of will j.
Davis, .-iiaruM with manslaughter on account of
the loss of nearly :x hundred livs In the li
Tiwatre, al Chicago, on December ."•'. i*? v now
.-.t ■ standstffl so r..r a.« evidence • ■!. and
promises to be tied up In the courts Indefinitely on
lpgal points thut may be carried to the Buprems
Court before Uw trial Itself <:m go on. The wit
nesses nave been released and have returned to
Chicago subject to f.irther notice,
When the prosecution had Bnished its statement
to the Jury to-day the defence waived th<- riKht of
address temporarily. The prosecution had scarcely
begun to examine the lirst witness when the de
fence objected to the t-ittir.- pro dings and moved
t.. have the court direct the prosecution to Intro
duce. iirHt of nil. tho Chicago ordinance tii-- alleged
violation of which by Davii resulted, X 1m nnid.
In the fatal fln Notice was served that the valid
ity of the ordinance would be attacked. If th?
ordinance »v.is Invalid, then, as argued, there was
no law t.i \i-,!..tfc and Davis la not guilty under
the Indlctmi .
Th<- entire afternoon until tim* of adjournment
w;ik consumed by Levy Stayer for the defence, in
arguing this i»jint. The argument by both sides
on this point la likely to consume several days.
WAR VETERAN ARRESTED.
Doctor Accuses Calif ornim of
Criminal Libel.
On the complaint of I>r. Harry Mac Donald
Peggs, of No. 117 West 01th street. Colonel Ed
win R. Fox, a veteran of the Civil War and a
bond broker, of Los Angeles, Cal.. was arrested
In the Broadway Central Hotel yesterday after
noon, charged with criminal libel. A little later
he was arraigned before Magistrate Breen, !n
the West Side court, and held In $5,000 hail for
his appearance to-morrow afternoon.
Dr. Peggs accuses the broker of having cir
culated among druggists and others In his
neighborhood a pamphlet entitled, "Professional
Exploits of Dr. Mac Donald Peggs," in which is
printed a. sensational story, with Dr. Peggs as
the principal character. Several of these pam
phlets were found on Colonel Fox's person after
his arrest, and a druggist testified to having re
ceived one from him an hour or so before.
Colonel Fox said that he had come East to see
his pension bill passed, that he was worth be
tween $200,000 and $300,000.' that he had fought
in the Mexican army against Maximilian and' 'n
the Civil War, commanding a troop of cavalry,
and that he was sixty-five years old. Dr. Peggs
refused to discuss the cane beyond saying that
there was a 'story behind the pamphlet."
TO LIMIT EXPLOSIVES.
Officials 1u Meet Contractors To-day
to Discuss Question.
As a result of the dynamite explosion at Home
stead. X. J., late last Saturday night, action will
b* taken looking lo the lessening of tha quantity
of high explosives stored in this city by the various
contractors.
An invitation has b*en sent out from the office
of the Municipal Explosive Commission to a.l con
tractors know a to be using dynamite and other
explosives to meet the commission and Hugh Bon
ner. Deputy Fire Commissioner, for a conference
this afternoon. It Is the purpose of Mr. Bonner
and the commission to see if there cannot be a
voluntary cutting: ilown of the quantity of dynantitd
carried by the different Anna. They will also sug
gest that "first rlasa magazines." which are now
li'-rmittod to carry several hundred pounds of ex
ptearves, l>e done away with. A half ton of dyna
mite exploded would create tremendous panic in
•almost any part of the city.
Mr. Bonner believes that the quantity of dyna
mite can be reduced without inconvenience to the
contractors, and he wiil insist that it be done.
irty-live contracting Ki;..* v. Lv« city.
OCEAX STEAMERS
DDD ©©gIQDftDIfDDD cJJa[]DS}OD
IBILQDaDISa dDEHLV DM &CPOSQIL ME) MOOT
One of the magnificent Steamships of the "Empress" fleet of the
GcftGSMQ&Sa [P&ISGIFQ©
LEAVES VANCOUVER EVERT MONTH FOR YOKOHAMA.
SECURE ACCOMMODATIONS NOV.'
Handsomely Illustrated descriptive pamphlets mailed on application.
Ballings monthly from Vancouver for China. Jap-n, Hawaiian and Fiji
Islands, Australia and New Zealand. E. V. SKINNER. A. T. M..
Nos. 1 and 158 Broadway and 281 Fifth At*., New York.
MUVA GEBMAH ILCIfO.
Fast Express Service. i
vr.vv<iiTH-.riiKi:i"nv; '
K.W.11, Mar.l 2. S:3t»AM| Kaiser June 4 |
Kropprins. .»ta-. 28. 1 i.M; K. ll.June 11
K»i?pr...Apr. 2. 10 AM) Kronpilnz.June M
K. Wm. II Ap-. 0. 1 I'M Kaiser July 2
Kronurinz. Apr. 23. noun'; K. Wta. IT .July '•' ;
Kaiser Mtj 7. to AMI Kronprlns. Juts l (i .
K. Win. U.May I 1.T:.-.".\M 1 Katltr luly Sl»
Kronprlnr. May 2l.lO_ABJt[K. Win ll. .Auk. <& x
Twin-Screw Passenger Service. <
BREMEN DIRECT. AT 10 A. M. _'
Rhetn Mar. Hoi nt<urs Apr. 2« (
Brandeiiburc.Mar. it < heii.r.'.u l!».v '-'
Chemnitz Mar. IS Darmotadt . May *
'•a«s#.| Mar. SB •K<ufuerst .. May '■>
Darmstadt . .Mar. 3O|Maii May M
■Kurfuerat ...Apr. 4|«Frledrich ... May 18
Main Apr. Jl|«P. Alice May 21
Grclsenau. Apr, laiFerdtltz Hay 13 ,
•Plymouth and Cherbourg. i
Mediterranean Service. |
GIBRALTAR NAPLES ■•TnNOA.ATU AM ,
P. Ir.-n- Mar. »| K. Lulae .. . May 11 i
•XeckHr Mar. l«j K. Albert May IS i
K. Luis* Mar. 231 1*. Irene • i " 1P \\
K. Albert Apr. f. »\. ■■■ June 8]
Ftledrleh ....Apr. I3IK. Lnlse Juno 13
F. Irene Apr. aO|K. Albert June *?l
•Neckar Apr. •.: iv Irene July ,'•« I
Barbaroisa. <;*Neckar Jaly M j
'Omits (;.-n:a. i
From Bremrn Pir--s. r.,\ * 4tti Ft*.. Hon»>*en.
NORTH HERMAN LLOYT> TRAVKUUBRS ;
CHECKS GOOD ALL OVER TUB WORLD. J
OELJUCHS ft «'i > . No .^ Broadway. N. *•
Louis' H. Meyer. 1016 Walnut St.. l'h..a. j
HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE. j
Special Passenger Service.
PLYMOUTH— CHERBOURG— HAMBJ KG.
•&, S. I'M T.-i li LAND
SAILS MARCH 16TH. 7 A. M.
Bapertor accommodations at nttracUT* r.it*^.
t^ftKaiserin(newiMar.S) Amerlka . ■ Apr, '-•'
tltAmerika(ne« >Mar 21 Deut«cblaßdwApr,3o
•tßluecher Apr. 11 ' Bluecher May '•>
Kalserln . . ..\;,v is;c. W'hntn'w iMayll
•Grill Room. }t;ynina«iirr!. * t'aln "lar- |
<J<-n. IRitZ -carltoiv Restaurant. fßlectrtc j
Baths.
Twin Screw Pas!*enirer Serrlce. :
PLYMOUTH- CHERBOURO HAMHI'RO.
Pretoria Mar. l6l»Batavla . .Apr. 13 |
Pstrl 111 1 . Mar S3 1 Pretoria Api 2? ,
Pennsylvania.. Mar. :■■• Patri-ia >'ay ■»
Waldersee . . .Api >'. Waldersee . . May IS
•Hamburg .ilrect.
Mediterranean Service.
TO OIBRALTAR- NAPLES— GENOA. !
H.iman:- Mar. »|t«Moltkf . . May .<< .
•tH.-imbnr!j...Mnr. »»| Hamburg Jun* 'I J
t*Moltk« .. Apr 28 t«Moltk« .... July -:
♦ Hamburg May 7! tllamburß ...Aug. IS j
•Has Grill P..j..m. Has Uymnailuin. |
Ti~>T'HI«T BUREAU. '
r. R. Tickets. h"tel accommo!atl"rs "1 •
r»ncral information nbcut fi-n-lKn travel, i
Travellers' checks ko.~l nil nvrr the M ' d -
OFFICE. 37 BROAI'WAT, N. T. ,
'Phone 1000 }:<•• to: Piers, Hor*ken. ;
ffiQJJIia^aBQD (LCKIE.
Vto.a Pten Dl-&2. North Rlrcr.
UYKItroOl. via QUKENSTOWK.
L.UCANIA MAR. '.'. Soon
• ARM AM A MAR. IS. 7 A. M
CamranU.. March 2:« I.n.aru ... April c>
Htruria Ma- •■ ;;o,Caror.la April '•'
GIBRALTAR NAPLES — At>P.IATtC.
PAXNONIA Marrh 14. Noon: May 2
.•AKPATHiA....^; 1 .; . ■•■ at OEX< >A,
I'ARPATHH ... \ Mar 2s ■.
BLAVOMIA April 11 Noon; May 30
VERNON 5). BROWS, <:»nl Agent.
11-"4 State St.. cpposlte the Battery.
SDtTV H(B
HOT TOURS # Up UM
ifJ. EXPENSES INL'LL'DKD.
ALL. ROI-'TES.
WRITS FOR BOOKLET.
TH OS. CO OK & SON,
243 & I2<*> liroadway. 043 Xln-Jlson
Aye.. N ■ York.
13S Offires Abroad.
COOK'S TRAVKI.LF.HS- CHKCK3
PAYABLE EVERYWrII
OLD DOMBHIID9I URL
** DAILY BBRVICQ
V'-T Old I\'in" Cbnifort. Norfolk, Ports
mouth. I'lnn.-i's Point and Newport New".
V« .-.. hi,-. ;in? for I'etersbur*. Rlchmood.
Virginia Ueuch. Washington, D. c. mid
■r.ttrv Si :'•■ and W*«t.
Krelsht and pasaenser steamers nail from
Tier M N. R.. too; Beaeb St.. t-xtry week
*„, st 3p. n. - b WAUaat
Vlce-Prcal.lent ana TritM •• Manager.
MM.MMIV STEAMSHIP ''< >.
Tickets to Texas, t\)lorado, Mexico, New
M. xi Arizona, California. (Jeorsia, Flor-
Ida Alabama, etc. ALL OCEAN ROUTE
■TO" MIAMI. PALM BEACH. Mi. el (via
K»v \Vest». Our b<yjkl't "Pocket (Juld*'"
free U. 11. RAYMOND. 'i.:. MRT.. ISO
l-*ront et.. N. V.
IE QD 03 © IP [E SK'ot.
COOK'S TOURS TO EUROPE.
North Cape, Round World, Japan, etc
FRANK C CLARK. '.<« groadway.N.T.Cltr,
"LA VEI/)CE."— Fast Italian I.lne.
Kori NAPLES DIRECT.
t-Uta dl MUaao, Mar. 14. Nord- America,
Mar -<> Cilia dl Torino, Mar. -"< l"nbln,
J, r . i up. inning Room on Promenade I'eck.
UOLOONESI, HARTTIBU) i CO.. -'J
Wall St. '
ALTTION BALKS.
MORTGAGE BAUB.— Samuel, NeuwHter,
v . >ttanei r, will sell to di . •• '.' ■■•
In t(.>- afternoon al So. IM Attow
Borough "f Manhattan, the ftxtures aim
, ' .in- is ol a saloon. By order ot ■
sase*.
Itv VIRTUEOFAN EXECUTION. I. Bern
stain, auctioneer, will sell ■ day, !» a. m..
at 8W S!<l aye . Manhattan, l"t of unllnlshed
mall buffers ami ttitures. Uy order of Al
fred i-"reenian. Marshal.
VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION, I. U- in
Btein. KUCttone*r, will b^II to day. li> a.
m . C\ Madison at.", Manhattan, small lots ot
liquors, water kettle and rliio. Uy order of
A I free! Freeman. Marshal.
FOR NAI.K.
DKSKS, nolltopa; (i:\rtltlons. railings, ta
bles. safeß. lett«T prt-!«ses. counti-rs.
shelvinea. wall mirror fixture's; storey of
tl.-es Jilted. Finn Uro.s.. US :;;• Centre »L
EDISON AND VICTOR TALKING MA
CHINES. March records. Including F{.-d
Seal; open •venttiKs; telephone orders
solicited '•>'•>•> MornliiKSlde. Kouney. ISS
W. ll«th st.
STORAGE NOTICES.
TUB CLINTON STORAGE WAREHOI'SES.
OFFICES, -43 AND 845 EAST 36TH ST..
NEW YORK.— To Mr». K. AdOtsoa. Thomas
F. Berry, Miss Mary Bu< Ul-y. M. Bam*.
Mr. John J. and Mr*. Annlu Boyle, Mr*. 1.
llowers, Mrs Koxa Bovee, Mrs. Margaret
and John J. Byrnea, Mr. Thomas A. <Tmp
pell. Mrs. Mary P. COrrigan. P. J. Coßey,
Richard Collins, Mrs. Cone, cr Mrs. M:ir
gnret McDonald. Mrs. Mary Cabrera, Esther
Chamberlain. Mr. M. J. i arm-v. Henry
CkaytfM, Mr.-. J. I'uly. Aisle Denmore >r
Cowperthwalt & Sons, Miss Lizzie l>>mr>
iiey. Mr. Anthony D« Hone, lira. 11. M.
Donovan, Mrs. J. Kill*. John D. and Bessie
B. Gogerty. Mi«. Mary Uanimll. Lizzie
Haney. Mrs. SaUi« ll<i?an, Mrs. Eliza
Ifutice. Mr. David N. Hayes, Mrs. tfri«le<-t
Kelly. Mr. T. Kelly, Miss T. Keegsn, Mrs.
1«. kenneally. Miss Adelaide K.ll.im. Mrs.
Mary Knoblocfc. Mr. Robert Laliey. Mrs.
Rose I*-'-. Mrs. EJ)|zul^tli Lally. Mr*. Alice
I»nijhLini or Mrs. Alice Foster. Mrs. V .1.
Moran. Mrs. A. v. 11. Morris. Mrs. Peter
Murlurty, Mary Murray, J. it. (fickle or
r>Brk«-r» Expres*. Joseph S. Uajrtsfaoa, John
I . McCarthy. Miss Mary MoGlvney, l> lia
Mclaughlin. Mlm Mary O'Neal, Miss Annie
O'Brien. Mr. William O'bwyrr. Mr. W. M.
Plumrr«r. Mrs. William C. Porter. Mr. and
Mrs. George W. Ry«r. Mrs. L. Stewart.
William Sutltff. Charles Schenk. John D.
Staitfr. H. Spang. Ellen Shop?. William
Smith. Miss Ann Sweeney. Mr. Walter
Thompson. Tlie American Steam Generator
Co.. Mr. and Mrs. Louis T. Valentine. Mrs.
Frank Walters. Mr. B. T. Wbitmoi«. Mr.
O. Werner: You and each of you are hereby
notified that th» time for the payment of
this company's Hen upon the property here
inafter described having expired, after due
notU-e thereof had been, given you. this
oempany will causa such property, to wit.
household goods, personal effect!! and mer
chandise stored by you In Its warehouses,
to be solJ at public auction, according; to
the statute, In such case mode and provided.
at these warehouses. # J43 and 24.1 Kast 33th
St.. New York City, on Wednesday, Ma-ch
20th. 1007. at 10 a. in., and . will b» con
tinued each succeeding Wednesday, at the
now tint* and place-, until the sal* fa cc-j
vleted. T. O. ELLSWORTH. General Man- 1
ajer. New York. February 28. IMI.
OCEAN BTEAMKItS.
AMERICAN UHE-^Sr'J?-* S
. PLYMOUTH— FOIiTHAMFTOS
I MINNEAPOLIS. Mar. ». 1 :3O P. M. (South
; ampton onl> ».
: NEW YORK... Mar. lrt.Arr.l3.May ll.JuneS
ST. LOUIS. Mar SB Apr. a>.May InJud«- 15
; rHIL.\DELHHIA.Mar SO Apr. 21. MiV -••
; CELTIC i'Ji'l' ■; tons)— Apr. •".. noon; May 4
! RED STAR UNH %Ȥ*%.
\ NEW TORS [in, ANTWERP.
i KF.OuXI.ANI: .Mar '.> 1 r M ;Ar«"- •'• Ma " 4
I VADKW-ANDMar.lt;.: \ v ;Apr.l3.M»y It
FINLAND. .Mar. 23 noon; Apr. 20. May 19
' ZKKI. Wii.:.;- -,::.i ; .Vpr/^T. May 30
WHITE STAR USE sros r0 3 V:' r
NEW YORK Q'XSTOW.V— LIVERPOOL.
BALT.M .liar. 13, 9 a. 1! ; Apr. 10. May »
MAJESTIC. Mar 20, IV A.M.; Apr.l 7. May 13
i EUHKMIui 22. II JO A.M.;Apr. m May 17
OCEANIC. .SCar. 27. I P.M.: Apr. 24. a F M.
OXt«- Api 3 10 a. m. ; May I, 10 a. '■•■■
i I'i.YMn!'r[.r[i!:nr,-SOITIIAMI''N
CELTIC Apr. fi. noon; May 4
;.U»HIATH- Ma\ 22. June i'»
TEUTONIC May 2".t. June M !
OCEANIC June .".. lu!y 3
| MAJESTIC June 12. luly 10
(New, 25,(1ii0 tons- has Elevator.
Gymnasium. Turkish baths an I Hand. :
' ( ; I, MEDITERRANEAN %£s£
FBOM NEW YORK—
i i*!{v:Tl' - Mar. 30. noon; .May 9: June 20
REPUBLIC Apr. ::•>. W AM
FltOM EOSTON—
REPTBLIC.Xat IS, n'n; ROMANIC*. Apr. 27
CANOPIO Air. in, .V.to A.M.; May 19
PASSKNOER OFFICE. {» BROADWAY.
Pre^il Office. Whitehall Hide.. Battery pi.
JKJiiLLaE3!I!S-Aiis?PIII!(B« UW
UU NEW TORK ROTTERDAM, a
Via IOULOGNE.
Sai:i iKS» Wednesday us per .-'aiUnK list.
Pofdam.Mar.l3.3 am Si rdana Api '.i. '.* am
N.A'ti'm.Mar -". ll>am FJymlani. A'.r.lt*. 4 am
Sfr.(l:im..M.ir.^7. ll'arn' l'otS'lani. Apr. 17. >• am
Holland-America i.mo. 39 l:'w;iv. N. v.
[Fgdcp [FolpS® (KBgbcid
Steamships it the RED 41 I>" LINK will
»ai! from I'l-r 11. near Wall St. Ferry.
Brooklyn. f"r Juan direct, as follow <•:
S. a PHIU&D^LPHIA.Sat.. March M boob
S. S. CARACAS . Bat., March 3i». nocn
Fbi fninlit or passage apply la
801 L.TON, BUSS & DALLETT.
General Manag.rs. S2 Wall St
I>KD 'I/ LINK
For Li Ouayra. Tuerto <^lipllo. Can
cao anil Maracatbo. via Curacao talllnc
also at San Juan. P. R.:
8. S. PHILADELPHIA . March IS, noon
.-. 9 CARACAS . Bat., March .'I", nocn
For Ia Guayra, Curacao. Maraoaibo:
8 .-». ■/:. :.!\ . ...Sat., Marhtt. noon
S. S. MAKACAIHO Sat . March 23. noon
These steamers have superior accommodsr
t'.ons for r'assfriKers.
BOUI.TON. BLISS * DALLETT.
tlfneral .VaiauTs. - _ Wall St.
mriiiiuL & 1 '- 1 ) U UiMiiifiiw xai«ij-:s
Under escort; lacto>hr« fart*. MM or $47.'>;
only t»!i ir: jmrty. it f*-w vacancies yet.
: ■%!■■■• i-l.Ai:, '.»\ t: r -ivi-A-;n. N. Y.
ItAII lU)\D>.
GOT JEG^EIf CESSTRAL
Time shown below Is from Liberty St. Sta
tion. Leave West -.!.: St. li> minutes earil*r
except as ■ • •••! by designating murks.
PHILADELPHIA TWO- HOLT. TRAIN
i;i:v xIUL'R ON TUB lIOLK
J*l^.i.>. too, ai,.uj, m'a.oo. 6.0u. •j.yo.
t'lu.uu, •li.U»U lI^JU. m*i^uv. *,*l.>A».
I.JO. *-JU. 'A.OO. **.UU. V«>.u«>. *-**
Ui*o.o>>, •i.yu, •0.00. *»».ou. p.1u.30 V. ii..
J'lili mUt.
liALIIirLUK AND WASHINGTON— x'L*).
•- «■. *.*iu.oo. I'ii.uo. ••:00. •.;•*•»*.
*. *'i I" 1 . *;.ou.
LAKKWOUK AND LA Ki:UURST— 24.OO.
l< «o A. M.. 1.1. W. I.M. ii 3.40. u*.ll, O.UU
P. 31.. xti.ls. buu>i^>.-. b.'M. V4O a 11.
ATLANTIC ClTY— «t*.4t> A. 41.. kl.uu. kJ.4O
P. M.
LONG BRANCH. ASBURT PARK. OCEAN
GKUVE «Suii<lay». No. Asbury P*rk>—
*4.U>, * :u). ! l.;i» A. M.. exl-'.*o. 1.30k
St 43. C.3u. <<:.,<•. J12.0L duudays. except
Ocean Grove, ~*.iu>. u.uu a. M. 4.U0. s m
i' M.
Time table* slviSS trains to E ASTON.
BtTHLEHEM. ALLENTuWN. MAL'CU
CHUNK, WILKKSLiARRE. BORANTON,
READING HAKUKSBI RO, POITsiVILLK.
WILLIAMSI'Or.T J.i.i all otter points >an
'. ■ obtained at the follow rll.ti-s. I.lb
»rty St. i\V«t Z.UX St. VI.. 3144 CJieisea).
II Astor House, -+.■' 434. 13001 !^:.4 l:.--.l.l
way. IS2 Bth Ax.. SSI &th Ay.. » I'nloa
i*juare West. -7:i^ 3d Ay.. loft West l'-'Sth
$£, 243 Coluiakus Ay.. New Xork, 4 u'uur:
St.. ;M3. 3-14 Kulton .^-t.. 4T!> Noatrand Ay..
ltrookiyn; ;:•.■■' Broadway, WllUamabursj.
New York Transfer Cu. calls Ice und check*
b;iKK.i;;e to •!■•-!!:. .it: :i.
•Dally. tDaily. except Sunday. pSundays.
tParlui cars only. lal'ii.ir.g car." nit-p:
Sur.ai>«. x^titurilays onlj. (Liberty Bt.
uniy. jL>!:il! car r^usuiAys. M'inleß car
daliy. From West Twenty-third street —
•1220 P. M.. i(4.3«> P. M.. jll.U) P. M..
k3.l'u P. M d3.. .n P. M.
w. O. BESLER. W. C. HOPE.
Vice-Pie*, .i Cr. M :r Gen P.is«'r Aeent.
~ BALTIMORE OHIO R. R.
i;u>Al. ii i. lr. LJ.VE. UUI.NS.
"Every o;her hour on the even huur."
TO BALTIMOUt; AND WASHINGTON.
Leave New York City. £3d St. Llb'y St.
•WASHING rON. Sl'scrs. Il.&i'pm 1.30 an»
•WASHINGTON. Diner. Tin am 8.00 am
•WASHINGTON. Dtner. 9 So am 10.00 ana
•WASHINGTON. Diner. Il.Sdam IS.Onn'a
•WASHINGTON. Buffet. 1.00 pm SMM> pne
•"ROYAL LTD." Diner. ».'■'> (m 4.00 pra
•WASHINGTON. Dln«r. IBUpn COO pa
•WASiIIMJiUN. «uff«C. «.60i.iu VUU U»
•Dally.
Through Pally Train* to th» W»st:
l-e»ve New York City 2M St. Llb'y St.
CHICAGO. PITTSBURO. ?.fil>am 8.00
CHICAGO. COLI Mi;is. tl.&Oam liOOn's
••ITTaBL'KG. C'LKVEL'D. S.fto ptu 4UO \>m
"PITTSBURH LIMITED." 6.50 pm 7 i»> v >iu
CIN. ,Bt. LOUIS. LOUI6V.. 11. [m 130 dm
•IN ..^T.LOI'IS L0119V.. •SO am 10.00 am
ClN..st.Lo;:is.ixjuisv.. CM (in CvO pm
Otn>-e« •_•».■ 431. ISflO Broadway, a Astor
Boua». 10S iJrceo.TUh St.. S3 Union Fcjuara
W., bill Grand St.. N. V.: :«4:< Fulton St..
Brooklyn: Wcit »::■! St. and Liberty St.
After 6 D. m. Sleeping Or reservations
sn,: full Lrf<>rinstl< n resardinc Trains, etc..
can be obtained at Bureau at Information.
B. & O. R. '.:.. 'Jti St. T*rm«n.il. *l"jonj
No. Chclsrs 3144.
Lackavvanna Railroad.
t«at« N. V . Barclay. Cbrlstopher. W. S3d
fits,
f II.OO a. M. — For Bmishamtoa ami C!mlra.
•10.CO A. M.— For Buffalo. Chleasa aa.l St
Louis
■1.40 P. M — Fit Buffalo and Chicago.
•4.00 P. M. — For Scrnnton and Plymouth.
••5.1.1 P. M. —For auffalo and Chicssn
•B 48 P. M.— For Buffalo. Syracusa. Itliaca.
'- «•) A. Chicago— Sleepers «p»a JO
P M.
Tleliets at 140. 4». «■••»<»• Droadwsr.
N .Y.: 3Sw Kultot St.. Brooklyn. "Daily.
t Except Sunday. » Leave* Chriatopbar SC
•.10 P. M. weekdaya.
.V. V.. X. 11. & HARTFORD R. R.
Train* depart from nrand «'»'ntral Station.
•Cd St. an.l 4th A**., as follows fur
Bo«toa via >>'••«• London &. Prov.— tJd.-OOi
-:; 10 «... •xllltett! A. M.. tt »:•».
•Jl!l:»l. «. , '■» tt!!r.:lM>. •• "■:»•-'.
•• 1- imi I» M • vii \V;ill!i.iinti.-— t«s:01 A.
M. t2:0O P M.; v!a SpM.— lo:l4 A. M..
ti|l2:<X>. • ■»:'•<>. *n:«K> I" M.
W'or'ster & Fitch., »la Kutnatn. |3:5H P. M.
Lakevllla & Norf.— l»:49 A. M.: »:M p. M.
(Jt. ISarrlncton. Stocltbrl.tse. l^raox. Pltts
llclii--t4-r»4 T8:40 A. M. and -I!::!! P. M.
Ttckel office* at t. Grand (Vntral Station
and clSStii St.. al.i<> at C 24.1. «»•<>. cIM4
B'way. i-:.* Tnljn Squar*. *V*2 Fifth An,
.-•J-»S Columbus Air. ''■-»'•' Majlson Aye..
clxXi \V ISeth St.. 27!t* Third Ay«. In
Brooklyn, ci «?ourt St.. 4T9 Nostrand Axe .
300 B'way. .„ .
•l»a!!y tE«cept Sundays. 'Stops at 123 th
St xStops at 125 th St. Sundays only,
tl'arlor Car Limited. | Han dlnln« car.
cPartor and SJeaplns Car tickets also.
IE HIGH VALLEY.
foot of W a-. 1 A ; Cortiasi : «>»<* Vfbroun sit ». B .
•D»lly. Snnd»T: »?.•£. b»-'<* *~> Ai - d9lt> - "- V!P - li - <A
~~ " jLv\S.Y.,A LV.M.Y..U
Barra'oßxpm-. ... *•" -"0 a » *•?*"*■
UuSalo Evprnw I *b».*) a » 'i».r*)*<x
bi.a. X blAJJoiib EXP.. MIV. A n 'is ot>»\i
* Toronio Ve«t. Kip.. -nS.4O F >i •!**) ru
THKiicrKAi.oTKMsyi rraatyja ■».»>■
"ticket Oflee»: Sjs sud HfiO^rosiiw^
BOATS.
£f ( l s*> TT in- bl and Polnw In New tn«-
DUflTun laud- H*Juc«l Raiea.
TjoL RIVER laNE via Newport and i'atl
River. Fare* reduced to all points—
£«; Newport. Kail River. $2.00: Provi
dence. $2.3uTLe«T» I'ier 19. K. R.. ft War
ren SL7 *eek days and Sundays. s:ix> P. at.
Stra. Providence and Piljrrim. Orchestras.
NORWICH LINE via New London. Leave
Pier 40. X. R-. root Clarkaon St. weekdays
only. OP. M. 6teani«» City of Lowell and
Maine
NEW HAVEN UNI Hoc SL W Biniut
Xoitb. Leave Pier 20. E. R.. Wfk dayi
enl)-. 4:00 I*. M. Eteansr Richard P«:k.
■XT •OOD».
r* #->. ■ - -
8. IS. 20. 22. 24. 84 30 Went Fourteenth St.
7. 0 11, 13. 15. 17. HI 20. 21. 22, 23, 24, 2.1. 27 and 20 West Thirteenth St
Our Basements
Are Famous!
Because cf
Importaiice o! Departments
and
Cnaiity aufi Variety of
Merchandise
tie PIN2ST aafi BSST
as we!! as tte POPULAR
Are Ttere Stowa
ia Great Asscrtments
Three Special Offers in
Women's Tailored Suits
This Spring's newest productions. ■)
It is n^ver too parly for n» to give Bargains.
Bat they :ir.> always NEW GOODS — no past seasons styles. "^
At 15.98
»w Gibson Eton ant CM
away Pony Coat Suits; also
fancy Eton Styles with
vests; Light Check Worsteds;
Plain ami Check Panamas
and plain Colors* Broad
cloths—all handsomely
trim" !.
All sizes:
At 18.98
Suits Elsewhere fTTTSS
Fine Mixed Worsteds. Chif
fon Panamas and Broad-,
cloths, blnrk and iea.iinir
shades— n»-w T.I fitted coat:
— TafTfta Silk lined — latest!
plt>at*-d skirt. perfectly 1
tailored.
AM sizes! I
Sjrisg Hosiery for
ESN— WOKEN -CHILDREN
The finest assortments we
bstc yet offerwl. and every (lay
' adds to the variety Silk.
Silk Platted, Lisle and Cotton
Kmb'd. Lace Allovers and Lace
Instep —also <i>inl>inatii>as of
lace and »-ui!>'y in the latest and
smartest effects' All Blacks
are warranted fast : —
WOMEN'S Btarlc Pure Silk— ssilVl in
black or colors — double heel and toe—
worth 9£.'J», 13.4 ft aadVai.Sß>.
1 .08- 2.24 2.98
Tlaln Silk— worth $1.7» 1.49
■WOMEN'S Silk Hose— black, white and
fancy shades. Including red. gold,
pink, tan— double heels an.l toes
worth $i.3» .98
WOMEN'S IJsie Hose — I>o'jh!« heels
and toes — black, with ccl'd emb'y—.
worth .s>•» .69
Macs with «elf or cold emb'y; st
lace and emb'y combinations — also
white and colored I.isle — tan. red.
gray. nlle. yellow, pink, blue- and
lavender — Al'.over lace or lace and
emb'y Instep— value .69 .49
Fine Flat It or White I.:'
emb'd In self or contrasting colors —
double- heel, ti^e and soles .39
(3 pairs fr>r a dollar.)
MEN'S PT'RE BLACK SILK HOSE—
Self fnb'd- double heels and toes^ —
SS.2J quality 2.79
$:.'::» quality -2.29
MEN'S FINK BLACK fist
Black with whit* or cot\t emb'y —
also plain Star, silk plaited —
worth .6» .49
CHILDREN'S RL..VIC ?IIJC HOSE—
Fine r'.bttfd— <oub!e heel and to» —
■tea :.s .77
rick, blu" and white— aiaa 5H .52
Rise 3c. on each size larger.
CHILDREN'S LISLE—
Anorer lace — black or whit« —
double heel and lo« — all ■ ' ■"* .39
BOYS' ANIi GIRLS' HLACIC COTTON — j
Fine or heavy — i!^ub!e
i- ■••• heel and tot .19. .24. .39
Qualities far superior to ■ •• usual at
the=»- prK'?s. '
The Newest m Corsets!
All desirable kinds We do not specialize any in particular, bet
offer the latest productions of leading makers, each of who— products
contains distinctive features that have won their reputation...... We*
therefore, keep tip complete stocks of such well-known, reliable corsstS
as are named below, among which you will find the new high sad loaf;
backs, giving the fashionable small waist and slender effect which Parts
has set as the model figure for 1907.
"The Self-Redadng Nemo" —
Fifteen styles. Including ' His SrHns."
In -Vurv.> Waist." the new •Reliei
.-tr.ii-." with military b»it. and other
models for stout und slim figure-
Kntiste and brocail* — handsomely
trim'd— Barters attack*!. -. I .OO is 5.00
C. R Corset*—
About M styles— Batiste. Dresden
md high grade novelty gcods—
white an<l fancy colors —
high ar.d medium bust .79 to 5.50
Thomson's Glove Fitting—
Varieties for women an.l misses —
31 styles — models of com! and
elegance — garters attached. . .79 to 3.50
FULL ASSORTMENTS also of P. D.— "Her Majesty —"Armor
Side"— P. X. — Royal Worcester J. — Also Brnissieres (boned
corset covers*, for wear with or without corsets.
New Usgerle Waists
Dainty and beautiful creations of
export design ami workmanshii>— au
exhibit that unites style, quality and
v .,, n( ._ waist being of recent
purchase. ■ • ■ • Following specialties
speak for values:—
meUalllons of Allover Emby
Val. insertion* »"'»
if •SSh'lßiots: also elaborat. 3
baby Irish trim— usually *> »*> • •*'• v
Un,!, Waists-Latent tailored sty !«—
embroidered or Iff*!*'
plain or hemstitched box plait and
cuffs— tucked 29S
elsewhere JS.Ti
Lawn Waists— Allover embroidered
fronts or embroidered fronts with
Val — tucked backs—
sleeves: also Marl* Antoinette
styles- with frtlled front and Q<\
cuffs— Special • sr *
Sale Continued of
Women's Full Length Silk Kimonos
22 n o Worth A f)Q Wort*
.VO $4.50 VO ,7.0s
Japanese Silk In plain colon with Dresden bands or allover figured ta
latest Oriental and Floral Patterns— choicest colorings .
all sizes;
CRT good*.
As
Kercia2<i!se Centres
Tiey Hare
HO 3;uai.
and
Are Hot Featured
to Separate
'se Class c? Costtmeit
From Another
At ] 1.98
;Specfal !Tn« of Jaunty Baa
Coat and Eton Suits la llajht
'Checks and Plaids— trim's*
; of self or contrasting colored
; cloth — also Gibson Eton .'tilts
in Biaric and Colored Pass*
exceptional vain •! •
1 All sixes:
Specially Ftee Talmes
in
WomeaH Underwear
Wh!»e Cambric and Muslin SKIRTS—
high rloun<« with cluster tucks
and five inserts and <>•!«» of
German Va!. laoe; others with
emb'd flounces .©3
Fine- Cambric SKIRTS — hf*h flounce*
entirely of Val. lace or handaom.
eyelet or oiose emb"jr —
good valu» at >2.<K» 1.63
Eitra qßHllty Cambric SKIRTS—
Knee Ksairas of German Val. edsinss
or hand loom emb'y with tucks —
regularly $3.98— Special 2.93
Fine Cambric DRAWERS —
wida ruffles, handsomely trtmit wltll
Va'. or newest laces and tucking*. (39
F!n» Nalns.- k and Cambric DRAWERS —
elaborately trlnVd with Val. ar.S
fancy laces and satin ribbons .99
CORSET COVERS— Cambric an* Nala
jmok — deep yokes of Val.. Torchon
or Cluny lace on* and two riblen
drawings — wortli .33 „, .99
Nainsook CORSET CQVERS^ —
thref wide Insert* of lace
three ribbon drawings—^eg. .79. .... .59
Skirt Issstt CHEMISES— aIso
combination drawers and corset
cover— Nainsock. handsomely trim' 4
with Tat laces, emb'y and r!bbona .08
3-rlece Nainso-k COITBINATION
drawer*, corset cover an.l underskirt—
elegant'r trim,"* wtth Vat. lac».
French -r'-.b'jr an<l r.tlwns —
worth piss 1.08
COMBINATION OsMSI Caver an*
fltti»(! Drawers — Joined with beading^ —
fln*> lawn — dainty styles with German
Val. lace «rd full ribbon bows —
regularly J. 5.40 , » 4.08
Muslin NIGHT DRESSES— To« 4« of
hemstitched or cluster tncks also
with irr.b'y Inserts and tucks —
If. S. ru!fl-» finish — 6!> et. value. .69
Cambric. Na!r.s«clc and Muslin
NIGHT DRESSES— V. round or h!g!»
neck — 20 dainty styles with emb'y,
laces and tucks — worth $1.2» .08
Fine Nainsook NIGHT r>RE«9ES—
newest styles— eWarr design* la
fine lares. »mh y and ribbon*—
regularly ti3S ' 1.09*.
R. A C— "The Tapering Waist"-* '
35 new models — Batista and fancy
silk brocades^ garters
attached ■ l.OOt»4.0O,
Warner's Corset Known for
Rustless qualities —
Resides other points cf wtar and
fashion — Batista and fancy Brocada—
garters attached 1 .OO t» 5.00 |
W. B. — Distinguished as
'The Nnfona" —
Becoming as slim or stout — ■ .
4)> styles— Batiste ana a!!ov«r
tmb'd— attached.. 1.00 *» 4 "3
Tenants and Laadlords
Will Save oa Their
Window S&ades
ami not only save money, bnt.avoU
trouble and loss of time, by romin^
here at once, as onr assortment ci
sizes ami colors meets all need?, at
prices always satisfactory. A vWt
Trill prove this.
"NO DEFT. LIKE IT."
That is what we are told — a stats*
ment that means much.
We are making a specialty of
I.ONSDALE HOLLAND SHADES
At 59 Cents
Finished like ir.ale-to-crder mmmtatt •■ '
tooJ «ii mit ro:>r» two sisas: —
3sA ft.— Linen Knot frinss—
3x7 ft —Plain hem.
White. Ecru. Dark Green. Ha!;?.
Nll#. OUT*. x
75 cents would b« a Low Msi .
Special .59

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