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HEAVY TRADING AGAIN
MASK STOCKS GO DOUS.
"Market Fluctuates wUk Sales of
850,000 for Two Hours.
<">aflir.K en the Stock Exchange was heavy again
* rflay " !l> tales) in the two hours of business
y **^ ',-**"''■ sSMsI she res. which is at th* rate for
*f 11 da>'s business of more than 2,100.000 shares.
* r -,rk' t was n fluctuati'ic one. as on the preced
ine el' and the close was irregular, with net
losses j'sumiiiaT r.e; * asns in number. Several
k« touched tbeir lowest levels for years, but
' jrM isiiied rather easily in the second hour, al
\ v* the bank statement was not a favorable
'. *•■■' at th» close sentiment seemed to be more
■ZLrfo] than for several weeks, one. of the factors
f»n«n* '° the re-establishment of confidence being
t£ € execution of a considerable number of commis
01-m hoj*e orders.
; rotted States Steel common, which was under
et"*<rial pressure on Friday, was forced down yes
terday to 17. its lowest of the year, and closed at
g~^ enly l« under the preceding day's close. The
preferred a4vaaee4 % per cent. American Sugar
BeSnlng sold t'mvn from 12S to 121%; its lowest price
eince the er.d of 1&03. on the announcement of the
rult for 539.0*),0a0 damages brought against the
company by the Pennsylvania Sugar Refining Com-
BBSf. of Philadelphia. It closed at 123',. a net de
cline of 1% points.
)f]aaoarl Pacific touched its lowest level since
January. IWI-e9 s 4 -and c!osed l'.j points und-r Fri
day at 70.. „. ■.. rai Elec'.ric sold si H9'j. Us low
est sirce 1S03; Delaware i- Hudson rearh-d M. I
only one point above its low level of 1906. and I'atoa
pacific declined to a new low level for tivj « urront
Tear _'-4* 4 -cl''sin«; at that figure, which is 2 points
below its final price on Friday. CJreat Northern
and Northern Pacific, which have been Ftr..n S of
1.,« yielded yesterday, their net loss?s heinj re
ipec'tivelv P. and 14 points. St. Paul an., « :m : .olan
p.r.fi, each advanced l« points, and Ate ilsjn }\.
.n" x w York Central and Pennsylvania made
Sc.iona?rrt Sn». Reading moved in an erratic
f-^r,tsr %ir i It Paul. 124 in Consolidated Ghj>. 9
riilflii
ITS J^J^«dwA - AS
"ava^^ct^comrnc.
SondVSJSi T 'SwrfcffS W-tlra l>re
ferre-3. t- and Reading. «■
SUGAR SUIT SUMMONS.
Another 'Action Against Kissel by
Hippie's Trust Company.
The summons and L II Hills* in the Belt of the
Pusl.H.al. Sugar Kenning Company to Donne
»».««.•« was served yesterday on Arthur Demsr
tourer r S:
O Havemever and John E. Farson. president sra
L«S S pectivelv. of the American Sugar Be-
company, the other defendant-, will prob
aWv be served to-fnorro*-.
At the office of Mr. PaTßons It was saM yesterday
Chat no statement would re given out IM behalf of
the sugar company. The defendants have twenty
days in which to Us an answer la the Lnlted
■^fSSefh.^'Sso been served with a summon,
I,.'a su« against him in the state courts by the
Heal Estate* Trust Company of Philadelphia, with
which Hippie, who committed suicide, was connect
ed^ Walter C CabelL of the law firm of Battle &
Marshall, which Is represent ir.g that company as
well a* the Pennsylvania Sugar Befir.ing Company.
raid yesterday he could not talk about the suit la
the state courts until the complaint had be-n
wrved. It is ir.tmiaTed. however, that the action
it for the recovery of money that, it is alleged,
whs paid to Mr. Kissel by A<3olph Sepal In cor.
nection with the $I.KA«w loan made to the latter on
the eecurlties of the Pennsylvania Sugar Refining
Company.
THIEF ESCAPES THROUGH CHURCH.
Crowd Hesitates to Pursue Him Into Sanct
uary in Holy Cross.
With a large crowd < less on his heels a thief
last nipht escaped from his pursuers by dashing
into the side entrance of the Holy Cross Catholic
Church, in 422 street, near Ninth avenue, and run
r.'.ng out cf the apposite *ide entrance. Several
priests were h'ar'.ng confessions in the church at
tbe time.
Mrs. Elizabeth Stanton. a Negro, who refused
to tell her address, was walking along 42.1 •street
when a man snatched her pocketbook and ran.
Mot.- than a score of men foisted in the chase.
When the thief daslied Into the church he threw
away the pocket book. The crowd hesitated at first
to chase the man into the church. While they
wen standing at the door the thief ran to another
door ■ad got out. He disappeared down Nlntn
ai-er.ue before he could be stopped.
ARRESTED AFTER LONG CHASE
Former Bank of England Employe Traced
Across Three Continents.
TVinr.ipeg, March fc— Traced across three conti
nents. Henry Douglas Armstrong was arrested to
day ri'ar Dominion City, Manitoba, charged with
the theft of £1.0% i from the Bank of England. I^ast
Augtrnt Armstrong was a trusted employe of the
Manchester branch of the Bank of England. It is
alleged that he substituted a bag of copper for a
tag of sovereigns.
EASTER
1-^ jfTL O I a-** &X
NOVELTIES
You are cordially invited to
inspect the
GRAND DISPLAY
OF
EASTER GIFTS
c! original designs.
VERY ATTRACTIVE
GIFT BASKETS
in many new styles.
FANCY DECORATED EGGS
Filled with suitable presents.
PANORAMA EGGS
With Electric Light.
F. A. 0. SCHWARZ,
39 & 41 West 23d St.
New York City.
—.- —
FAST TRAINS TAKES OFF.
U. P. Gives Up Los Angeles Lim
ited Because of Two-Cent Fare Late.
Omaha. March 9 Pursuant to the prophecy
made by Vice-President Nohler of the Union
Pacific some time ago. that the expenses of the
passenger department of that road would be re
duced if the two-cent railroad fare law should
go into effect in this .Mate, the I»os Angeles
Limited trains, running between Chicago and
Los Angeles, were to-day announced as an
nulled, beginning next Monday.
The Los Angeles Limited trains, east and
west bound, were the fastest nnd finest trains on
the overland system of the Harriman railroads.
The trains were started In December. 1905. and
were patronized by a wealthy class of through
passengers only.
The Northwestern will discontinue one train
each way between Omaha and the Black Hills,
leaving only one passenger and one freight each
way a day over the five hundred miles of track.
The Northwestern helped run the Los Angeles
limited, that train using the Northwestern
tracks between Chicago and Omaha. It Is be
lieved other Nebraska lines will begin dropping
trains next week.
Houston, Tex.. March The Sunset Limited
of the Southern Pacific was annulled yesterday
because It was fifty minutes late, the annul
ment being due to the recent order of the Texas
Railroad Commission requiring passenger trains
to run within thirty minutes of schedule. Many
tourists aboard the train going to the Pacific
Coast were compelled to remain here twelve
hours.
CESSATION OF AUSTRALIAN SERVICE.
Purposed Withdrawal of Oceanic Steamships
Attributed to Lack of Subsidies.
Sen Francisco. March The Oceanic Steamship
Company has Informed the government that it pur
poses to withdraw from the American-Australian
service the vessels now running on that line. The
Ventura and the Si' rra will be withdrawn when t»i*«y
reach this port. It has not been decided yet when
to retire the Maripoaa and the Alameda.
This decision. it is said, is the result of the fail
ure of Congress to pass the Ship Subsidy bill, to
gether with tJie fact that the New Zealand govern
ment did not include an appropriation for a mail
subsidy in its la«t tnid«et. making the operation
of the. Oceanic Company's lm>-. as •:•" fore con
ducted, unprofitable.
WOMAN JUMPS FEOM CAR WINDOW.
Thought to Have Been Crazed by Long Trip
— Was Going to Austria with Her Baby.
Amsterdam. N. V.. March 9— Mrs. Maria Beck»r.
apparently < raze,] by the tedium of a journey
across the continent, leaped through a window of
a dressing room of a New York Central express
train near Yost's late last night. She had entered
the room about fifty minutes before, and her con
tinued absence caused an investigation by the
conductor. a broken window led to a search, and
the body was found on the Ice of the Mohawk
River, where It liad rolled down a stee;> »m
bankment.
The woman, who was about twenty-five years
old. wap accompanied by a baby girl about two
years old. supposed to be her daughter, who has
been placed In a children's institution at Alhn-iv.
The authorities found on the bjsdy a North Ger
man Lloyd steamship ticket sold .-it San Frao»
cl=co on February IT, bearing the names of M irw)
Becker and Mary Anna Becker, to be used on %
steamer sailing from New York next Monday.
The baggage of the woman, who is thought to
have come from Chehalls, Wash., was cheesed to
a point in Austria.
BROKER INDICTED FOR LARCENY.
Boston. March •.- Augustus H. Barnard. .-. bn ker
of tl.is city, wns indi<ted to-day on the charge of
larceny ; n connection with the cale ol r;illroa.]
bonds The aecuritles had been Intrusted to him, it
ie alleged, by a woman of Taunton;
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE; SUNDAY. MAP>rTT in. 1007.
"rT^HE WIZARD" is the name af
fectionately applied to Thomas
JL Alva Edison, and he is indeed a
wizard, to be able to produce in the Edi
son Phonograph an instrument which will
duplicate in every home the music and
words of every form or entertainment.
Perhaps the most ww.derfu! c'ft of 'he human race is the power of
speech. Therefore, the most wonderful invention is a machine which will
reproduce speech, but the Edison Vhonojjraph goes farther than that. Even
man jriltea' with speech, cannot imitare a cra-a ia.-.d or an hundred-piece
orchestra or the roar of Niagara Falls or Marios tenor note "which would
soothe the souls in purgatory." but the Edison Fhonograpn will. It must
be heard to be appreciated, but it omit be owned to be o-voyed. Hear it at
the nearest store. If people would only go and hear it, the selling of it
would be easy.
National Phonograph Company
76 Lakeside Aye., Orange, N. J.
Dealers with established stores wanted to se^l Edison Fhor.ographs In
every town cot covered.
Lincoln Trust Company
MADISON SQUARE, NEW YORK
BROADWAY & I.ISPENARD ST. BROADWAY & 72d ST.
Commercial credit Is a commodity, to be
bought and Hold to the best advantage, and
it if* dealt In by the modern trust company.
Checks payable at any office by arrangement.
BOOKLET "THE KEM'OSSIIHLITIEi* OF DIRECTORS." ON KEOI EST.
EDDY PAPERS SERVED.
Given to Four Defendant* Resident
in Concord. N. II -
Concord. X. H.. March 9.-Pervlce was made to
day on the four defendant* resident In this city in
the equity proceedings brought for an amount. ns
of the .pcrty of M— Mary Baker •"■ '-'■
leader of the Christian Science CUurch. Hie*
•■■ fr-Oeorge A. S. Klmball forved papers on
Calvin A. Fry*, Mrs. Eddy's secretary, ami on
Lewis C. Btrang her assistant secretary, at Plea*
ant View Mrs. Eddy's home. Karh defendant ac
cept«lservice In parson The Rev i• ■ "•„' >" *g
Her!n g . first reader st the local Christian {?■>*""•
church, ■was ■erred In person at his home ... I
The Rev. Irving C. Tomllnann.
Eddys secretary and now a m- ..;- ■• 'ofyl '. 1 *
of lecturers of the -Mother <*»»r<h •;? *™™>
was not at home when the sheriff railed. andUM
papess were left at his house Th In the opinion
of Sheriff Kimhalt. constituted b 1.-sral ffrrtef-
Mr Hertns said to-day that he had taken no
steps toward securing counsel In the ease that no
meeting of the defendants had b»en held for con
sultation, and that it was his impression that none
of the defendants had engaged counsel.
ANOTHER SHEEP WAR EXPECTED.
Camp Burned and 4.000 Head Killed Because
Dead Line Was Crossed.
Sheridan, Wyo., March B Northern Wyoming is
again threatened with ■ range war I
md sheep men I losely following on the at
tack nn the Wlaner camp last week, in which four
hundred head of she< p were killed and the
burned, comes the report of a greater outrage In
(ml < 'reek •'< unty.
The Hugh Dl< key sheep c.-imp whs attacked by n
band of twelve masked men, supposed to be In th«
employ of the. cattlemen. The raiders drove off
tt.<- shfeep herders with thr< •. flr«-<i
and then b«»|tan shooting sheep.
Oul ol •■ total "f eight thousand Bheep In the band
four thousand have disappeared and all are sup
posed t have been kii!<.l
The cattlemen have marked oul n "dead lino."
and the Dickey sheep wen one mile over the iie.,d
line. The war will probably spread to other camps.
CAVE-IN KILLS MINERS.
[By I* grapf I The T I tine )
Morristown. N J.. March ». A <.i\e-!n ai rh»
Empire Steel and Iron Company mine at Mount
Hope late last night < ". u t the lives of two n
John < ;r<»i.»-i and J"(ni Koblsh Grobel
been recovered f'Ut thai <>f his companion
burled under tons of earth With pick* and -
men are working in the mine endeavoring lo iw\
the tnissinp miner Among the h>-1|..-rs la !<■
father, an iiced miner, though the workmen have
Implored him to k>> home. The f;ithor refu
k'iv.- up, and sorrowfully iHga In the fallen <llrt.
hoping t" <-(.nif screws hi.« ?'>n. From the position
In which <;roiifis bodj was found, it is believed
the men were trying to escape when they met
death. The cause of thf cave-lr Is not known.
NEARLY KILLED IN FIGHT OVER B!LL.
Buffalo, March ft.— George Crandon, a printer, em
ployed by "The Buffalo Express," was probably
fatally Injured in a Bghl this afternoon, the re-
BUlt, it is naid. of a dispute in ;i coal office, Where
he had gone to pay a hill. He was beaten over the
bead with a <iut> and was taken to a hospital,
where he li in a critical co >dttloa.
Albert 11. M«>tz. son of the <"al dealer in whose
office the dispute occurred, was arrested charged
with li.^sault.
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS NOTES.
Percent. Kv., March ••— Thacker Rice and Speed
am: Kllj:«h Bailey, brothers, were killed In a. tight
In a boat when crossing the Kentucky River twen
ty miles below here, with them was John hlls
more In a dispute between Ellsmore and Rice
the Bailey brothers sided with Rice. A fight with
pistols and knives followed. Ellsmore. badly
wound.'.! reached shore with his companions, but
they died soon. The tight followed a Celebration
at a neighbor's home.
Chicago, March 9.— lncensed over the revelation
contained In the testimony In two truancy cases
involving young «!rls. Judge George A. Carpenter,
sitting in the Juvenile Court, yesterday urged the
burning of "cheap dance halls and still cheaper
theatres" as the best way to save the youth oT
the .city from moral degradation.
Evansville. md.. March ft.— Judge Ollehrist, of the
Superior Court, to-day rnedered a decision In the
Presbyterian Church union controversy, In which
the unionists won an overwhelming victory.
San Francisco. March 9.— F. Kuranaga. known as
one of the richest Japanese in California, was ar
rested here last nlsht on the charge of obtaining
more than $21,000 under false pretenses. Four
bank* say they were victimized by Kuranaga. as
follows: American National Bank, $10,000; Japanese
Bank of America. $4,000; Japanese Bank of San
Francisco. $4,000. and the Yokohama Specie Hank,
$3,000.
Houston. Tex.. March 9.— Alleging that the re
ceivers of the Klrby Lumber Company have failed
to keep up the payments required under the tim
ber con-tract between the lumber company and the
Houston Oil Company of Texas, Charles Dllling
ham as receiver of the oil company, has filed an
intervention in the federal court, asking that the
receivers for the lumber company be compelled to
pay him $2,374,424. This amount. it Is alleged, is
the difference between payments made by [!:■• re
reivers to the Intervenor as receiver of the oil
company and the amount which should have been
paid.
Chicago March* I.— A dispatch to The Tribune
fr-m Seattle says that after defying the lock
smiths of Alaska for weeks and having been
brought several thousand miles on shipboard, (be
He safe of the Bank of Beward. Alaska, yesterday
cave way to a sins!* rap from a hammer. Thi
trnelock had refused to work, but when an expert
locksmith rapped on the door of the safe the
wheels of the clock moved and la a few hours tijo
-****• -n-uirai Anon. '
S. KNEITEL,
Ladies' Tailor
8 EAST 30TH ST. near 6 th aye.
JIST KKTIKNKn FROM EUROPE WITH
A LAKGE VARIETY OF THE LATEST
PARIS MODELS
Incorporation of the Season's B.it Ideas in tl>»
ART OF GOOD DRESSING.
Th»»"> bt» ronturan to dr'tra ahout. each design pos
iMilnf; a novelty that Is most <-harmtnir. and are mar
vellous ereatl ml that only Tarts could have producea.
We invite all ladles interest"""! In high c:a«» toadies'
Tallorlr.K to call an.i Inspect them.
WE HAVE DECIDED TO OFFER FOR OSE
MOKE WEEK OM.V Ol It HANDSOME TAILORED
COSTCMES TO ORDER. SILK LINED, and copied
from our Imported model!", at greatly
Reduced Prices.
m: SHAPIRO'S
PARIS
IVIILLS^ERY
8 EAST 30TH ST.. near »th at.
We will show an exquisitely "chic" display
of the latest
IMPORTED HATS
for the spring and summer seasons. Exclusive
styles and shapes in largo variety to suit the
m ( >st fastidious taste.
BEAUTIFUL, REFINED AND BECOMING.
MODERATE PRICES.
In fact, our prices will be so low and satis
factory that it will be an agreeable surprise to
you.
INDIANA ANTI-THUST BILL PASSED.
Sweeping Measure Provides Against "Every
Harmful or Unreasonable Scheme."
Indianapolis, March 9.— Tr>e Hawkins Anti-Trust
bill passed both houses of the I>e S islatiire to-day
and went to the Governor for signature. It provMea
against "every harmful or unreasonable scheme,
midrrst-imlrntf. contract, combination In the
form of a trust or otherwise, or conspiracy In re
straint of trade." and adds the following section:
Proiirf-d however, that It shall be a srood defence
to any action growing out of -nny violation of the
provisions of this act or of any other act. or the
common law relating to the subject matter of the
act. if the defendant shnll plead and by a fair
preponderance of t!v evidence prove that such
violation in not In restraint of trade or commerce
or does not restrict trade or commerce or limit or
reduce the production, or increase or reduce the
price uf merchandise of any commodity, natural
ur urtinYial. or prevent competition, in manufacture.
JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION PLANS.
President Roosevelt Expected To Be Present
on June 10.
Washington. March 9.— At a meeting of th*
Jamestown Tercentennial Exposition Commission,
held to-day in the office of Assistant Secretary
Edwards of the Treasury Department. It was de
cided to Invite for the opening day. April 16. the
ambassadors, ministers and naval and military at
taches of foreign governments, with their wives, to
take part In the ceremonies as the guests of the
commission. On May 13. the anniversary of the
first settlement at Jamestown, special commemora
tive ceremonies will be held, and on June 10,
Georgia Day. when President Roosevelt is expected
to bs present, an elaborate programme will be car
ried out. July 4 will be celebrated in a fitting
K»anner. It was decided to place th« soldiers' and
Bailors' rendezvous under the supervision of the
Young Men's Christian Association.
John C. Scofleld. chief clerk of the War Depart
ment, who will have charge of the exhibit of that
department at the Jamestown Exposition, has gone
to San Juan to arrange for a special exhibit of the.
material resources of Porto Rico, especially coffee.
with the general idea of making the people of the
United States better acquainted with the merits of
that product,
The authorities at the Military Academy have de
cided to take the cadets to the Jamestown Ex
position «>n the transport Sumner. The present
plan is to leave the academy on June 4. and return
to West Point on June 12. The cadets may be
Quartered on the Si:m!ier, instead of establishing a
camp on l "'' grounds at Jamestown.
ITALIAN CRUISERS FOR EXPOSITION.
Rorr.e, March 9.— Contrary to previous reports. It
1 was said at the Ministry of Marine to-day that the.
armored cruiser Varcse and the cruiser Etrurla
would represent Italy, under the command of the
i>nr» o.' the Abruzzl. at the Jamestown Exposition.
■ It was at first reported .that -tfce-b.itile-htr>3 'Bene
detto Brla and Regina Elena would represent Italy-
18. Altaian & (La.
ADVANCE SPRING STYLES
IN DRESS FABRICS. LACES AND GARNITURES
FABRICS AND TRIMMINGS. IN VARIED ASSORTMENTS. POI
SPRING AND SUMMER GARMENTS.
INCLUDING STYLES SUITABLE FOR WOMEN'S MORNING
AND VISITING COSTUMES. EVENING TOILETTES. MOTOR
ING. DRIVING AND TRAVELING GARMENTS. MISSES* AND
CHILDREN'S WEAR: SPECIAL ATTENTION BEING DI
RECTED TO THE FOLLOWING:
DRESS SILKS. REPRESENTING THE NEWEST IDEAS IN BOR
DERED FOULARDS AND CHIFFON VOILES. NOVELTY
ROUGH PONGEES AND MARQUISETTE IMPRIME.
COLORED AND BLACK DRESS GOODS. INCLUDING THE
LATEST EFFECTS AND COLORINGS IN FANCY AND PLAIN
S VOILES. AND VALENCIENNES: STRIPED. BROCHE. AND
( CHECKED NOVELTY FABRICS; IMPORTED SUITINGS;
WHITE MATERIALS AND EMBROIDERED ROBES.
SHEER MUSLINS, COMPRISING EMBROIDERED VOILES AND
CRYSTALLINE. SATIN BAND NETS AND BORDURE MULLS.
LACES. IN THE STYLES FASHIONABLE FOR THIS SEASON'S
GOWNS. INCLUDING FILET. GUIPURE DART AND IRISH
COMBINATIONS: HAND-EMBROIDERED ROBES AND WAIST
PATTERNS IN EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS.
TRIMMINGS IN NEW STYLES AND COLORINGS; SOUTACHE
EFFECTS AND DROP TRIMMINGS: BLACK CROCHET AND
SPANGLED JACKETS AND PASSEMENTERIES; HAND
EMBROIDERED VESTS AND EVENING GARNITURES.
, ON MONDAY AND TUESDAY. MARCH 11TH AND I2TH
•^ AN EXCEPTIONAL SALE WILL BE HELD OF
SIXTEEN HUNDRED TAPESTRY COUCH COVERS
AT $3.00. $4.50 and $6.00
THE REGULAR PRICES BEING $5.00 TO $10.00.
FOURTH TLOOR)
RUGS AND INTERIOR FURNISHINGS.
FOR COTTAGES. CAMPS. BUNGALOWS AND YACHTS.
DURABLE AND SUMMER-LIKE EFFECTS IN LACE AND MUSLIM
DRAPERIES AND DRAPERY MATERIALS.
PRINTED HANGINGS AND FABRICS. RUGS AND MATTINGS.
AT VERY MODERATE PRICES.
COLORED DRESS GOODS.
ON MONDAY. MARCH 11th.
SIX THOUSAND YARDS OF CREPE DE PARIS (SILK AND
WOOL). IN A VARIETY OF FASHIONABLE SHADES^
USUALLY $125 PER YARD. AT soe
SUMMER DRESS FABRICS.
ON MONDAY. MARCH II th.
TWELVE THOUSAND YARDS OF SUMMER DRESS FABRICS.
INCLUDING COTTON VOILES AND GINGHAMS. IN PLAIDS.
CHECKS AND STRIPES; AND A LIMITED QUANTITY Of
LIGHTWEIGHT LINEN ETAMINES. WHITE GROUNQS.
EMBROIDERED IN COLORS. AT THE SPECIAL PRICE OF
PER YARD. |9c
SALE OF MEN'S. WOMEN'S. INFANTS* AND
CHILDREN'S HOSIERY.
A SPECIAL SALE OF HOSIERY WILL BE HELD ON MONDAY
AND TUESDAY MARCH IM AND 12*. WHEN THE FOLLOWING
SsSlbe offered, at much below the ordi
nary PRICES:
WOMEN'S BLACK SILK EMBROIDERED HOSE.
$1 85 PER PAIR. PER BOX OF THREE PAIRS. $5.00
WOMEN'S PLAIN BLACK SILK HOSE.
«1 10 PER PAIR. PER BOX OF THREE PAIRS. $3.00
* WOMEN'S LISLE THREAD HOSE.
BLACK. WHITE AND TAN WITH EMBROIDERY:
BLACK. ALSO BLACK OPENWORK.
«c« c PER PAIR. P^ BOX OF SIX PAIRS. $1.90
CHILDREN'S BLACK RIBBED COTTON HOSE.
DOUBLE HEEL. TOE AND KNEE.
- PER PAIR. PER BOX OF SIX PAI3S. $1.15
INFANTS' BLACK RIBBED SPUN SILK HOSE.
38c . PER PAIR P^ box OF six PAIRS. $2.10
MEN'S LISLE THREAD HALF-HOSE.
BLACK. WHITE AND COLORED: EMBROIDERED
AND WITH SELF CLOCKS.
38c . PER PAIR. ' PER BOX OF S!X PAWS I* lo
WOMEN'S WAISTS
ON TUESDAY. MARCH 12TH. A NUMBER OF WOMEN'S WHIT*
WAISTS OF SHEER MATERIALS. IN VARIOUS STYLES. I
WILL BE PLACED ON SALE. ' 3
AT $185. $3.50. $4.00 AND 56.75
TV AnniTlON A GENERAL STOCK OF WHITE WAISTS OF UNO*.
I^W° AN^ BAT^m^TH TRIMMINGS OF HAND OR SWISS
AND VARIOUS LACES; ALSO HAND-MADE AND
EmSroFdERED WAISTS. IN ATTRACTIVE EFFECTS.
SALE OF WOMEN'S MOUSQUETAIRE GLOVES.
FOR TUESDAY. MARCH 12TH. A SALE HAS BEEN ESPEOAU-Y
PREPARED OF WOMEN'S MOUSQUETAIRE GLOVES; BLACK.
TAN AND GREY. IN THE FOLLOWING LENGTHS:
EIGHT BUTTON LENGTH GLACE AND SUEDE . . $125
TWELVE-BUTTON LENGTH. GLACE 1 35
SIXTEEN-BUTTON LENGTH GLACE 2.15
fifth flvewu. 34th and 35tb Streets, mw York
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