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FOR ANOTHER HALL.
.VO PLACE FOR RECORDS.
Ellison Suggests XctL' Building for
the County Papers. •
V>w that thai Hall of Records, ♦reoted st a cost
of p.eMufM »in<l aVealgßSMl to relieve the overbur
<Jene4 ■ (( i > ,ir.t\ OourtJMMSM of the records that It
abounds in, is finished. It is discovered that there
Is no room In M for - or<ls Over in the County
Com Um>u«C exp«?e«l to the constant danger of fire
■rid rotting away in cellars and attics. In corners
c* rooms end 'n nieoves, lie the records of th«
rtjorty Clerk, in a ssaaa that appears to be hope
'»«• CofpanttSea Counsel Ellison suggested yes
frias Q*»t the Sinking Fund Commission be asked
at on^e »'■> provide for a new fireproof building for
t«-e county recorJ»=.
7brr« floors in the bjsjw Hall of Records sr*» oc
ruxfled by the <'orporal)on Counsel and hi« various
assist «rts. Tn four other offices in different parts
rf *^' > thy mtiri* than two hundred men are em
ji:,->y«>,l iti 'ji'reau* n? !;«■ Separtnvnt. All of these.
Mr. ElUabn ■ft, should !>» ?ro'.:jrht t.i the Hall of
JifconJss. If this W«rs dov.e. and the same magnlfl
cert tcale of office * ct. was carried out. It is diffl-
COlt *o tea what reeds would remr.in for the records
Ifcat ha** been srtiisjUs transferred! to the bulld
!nr '' "■• of the Itegister and the Surrogate. These
records are in the building by statute, a.* are those
of the ij\w Department.
"The answer, as far as this department is con
etrned." oid Mr. Ellison yesterday, "to the people
srjw fry that our allowance of room should be re
fuced to make room for the County Clerk's rec
ords, !s that we must have more room, not less.
Thr»« ht)r»"3u«< of the Law Department are far
away from headquarters at present. A man comes
to pee me. aay, on a matter Involving a. penalty. I
raimot 11—1 Mm. I must send him to tne as
sistant ia charge of that bureau, In Nassau street,
and must Then see him again.
"No. !t Is true that the conditions in the <Viunty
Courthouse arr terrible. The city would have saved
money if it had been torn down years ago. But
t»-.e remedy lies with the Sinking Fund Commts
rloTj. It can inke measures for the preservation of
tlj« County Clerk's records by providing for a new
fly* oaf building to contain them. Certainly my
departtneat c«n give up none of Irs space.
"'-Yh;.\ !n BOOM >■{ our rooms five ©f my assist-
SITTs ar* <juartereJ. We are badly crowded here.
msiQ yr.j must reajembrr that the records of the
E«w IVpsrtmen: ire here. too. They relate to
•■■■*-» &**» >>* litlpa'lcn iii erhleti the city ha« Vie«>n
r?nc*nwfj. They ■•:'■'•■, cveiy title to «very piece
-' r*aJ ettat* the <!ty own?. Certainly they are
• v«:v !.;t SSI important to the city as the records of
*i,» C&ilVtf C!rrJi.
' ' rani ail my bureaus to be in this building.
TDty BfccßM! Iw here. In the bureau of street open
!rF«. a' W»-st HioaJway and Chambers street, a
i:".*<i.fii men are at work. T.ie bureau of arrears
«:',r.1..y» forty-eight at No. 280 Broadway. In the
j-.tiii»« bureau there are twenty. In the tene
r *■• ; hot!** bureau, uptown, are fifty more. All
smula '••> her*. The work of the Law Department
.« liani.iered ;.i-.' dflsyod by tlieir absence.
"Senator ■■ra.:\ hits Introduced a bill, which has
1.a.-sr.i tn) , Senat*-. providing for the mandatory
transfer t.i i l is buililing of the County Clerk's rec
nr«l«. What they really want is to get Andrews'*
tnireav over here. Andrews was appointed by the
County Clerk about two years ago under an act
providing for l:is bureau and giving its head a sal
iwy «f SS.Oi'tO a year. Kvny one thought then that
Grady was to be taken < are of. but it didn't turn
not that way. and Andrew* got the appointment
ir.Mead. Now Senator Orady wants to get him over
I if re."
The bill referred to by Mr. Ellison is Senate bill
No. 44C. which is now la Assembly committee. It
provides for the removal of the County Clerk's
records to the Hall of Re< ords. and. as it is city
l«pislation, will have to come to the Mayor for ap
proval. It was thought most unlikely yesterday
that l!«- would sign it. as it would undo many of the
measures he has had adopted.
Tlie agitation for the preservation and rescue of
the records began ten years aaro. when a committee
of the bnr. beaded by S. Stan wood Mencken, ap
liealed to the legislature to pass a bill for the erec
tion of a fireproof building for their preservation.
T|,e Hall of Records stands as the ri-sult of that
MM. It was begun in i9"V»; it has only Just been
completed. The breath of scandal ha* Mown upon
V many timt'S during its construction ; it* cost
hes been estimated as a third of that of the State
Capitol at Albany.
Tiie records at the County Clerk go back three
hundred years. Aside from the absolutely indis
pensable nature rf the records that ar*> in daily use
V- lawyers, there are documents of Colonial and
Revolutionary days, whose bibliographical and his
torical value is iuejitlmable.
The older documents lie on pine shelves in the at
tic. Open gas Jf ts furnish the orJy light, and the
repeated appeals of I'eter J. Doolina;, the County
Clerk, for appropriations for steel shelves and
rlectrfe lights have fallen upon deaf ears In the
Board of Kstimnt« and Apportionment.
"i he records that are in daily us- are in a cellar
helow tlie basement, "at lawyers arc fond of re
ferring to si mother black bole of Calcutta. To
aave them In a fire would be impossible, and soon
there will be nothing to save, because the papers
lire rotting away in the dampness that infests the
place. Young "clerks are frequently there, un
watched. and more than once one has been seen
stealing a quiet smoke while engaged in a dry
■carcfa.
' WAVES AND THIEVES SWEEP SHIP.
Print August Wilhelm'i Officers Injured by
Seas. Then Bobbed on Hoodoo Voyage.
The Prlns August Wl!h«-lm arrived In port yes
terday on her return trip from Kingston. Jamaica,
«nd reported encountering an unusually heavy
rtcrm on the outward voyage. <;aptaln Bode t>ald
that on April 2 n tidal wave swept over the vessel
rear Ramejrat. Coodlng the decks and berths and
Injuring several of the ship's officers.
The eurgeon and chief .ngiriM-r were hurled
fcgfainrt a partition and hurt limit Uie face and
Lead. The storm continued until, the vessel was
Jar Ixyond Fortune Island On the return voyage
come person broke opt-n th* officers* quarters and
took »way a diamond ring and a watch. The loss
was reported to the police when the vessel arrived
In port.
WOMEN ACCUSED BY PASTOB FREED.
Magistrate Says Sarcastic Things About
Complainant, Who Fails to Appear.
Conflicting rumors went the rounds of the police
eonti yesterday an to the identity of the clergy
man r»sp«rmiblo for the arr**t of two women !ant
Friday nlgtrt on a charge of fleecing him. The
vori"!> were discharged from custody yesterday by
iiaj;tsir.«:«- House, who said he had reason to be-
IVmr* t!:* complainant was a clergyman and that
i- was on a flumminK expedition in the Tenderloin.
YTltSissi F. Milter, a policeman attached to me
•••»<f ; ve bureau, who made the arrests. kn^'k trie
• I-: . ni.ti but Milter is not talking, nor did lie
*.:\..i>ie- the complainant. Miller said tl»«* rlorgy
fj.-. ..j:." him his name wan John Murphy and tnat
fea arts Pram Chicago. The women gave their
man ur Catherine Wells and I/«rna Brown and
flettUaca »d«lr'-secs.
'. rtlwclißrelng them Magistrate House said:
■■".- oo:i:r>l-iinar.t is one of those men. I believe.
*h» v.-non *o hark to his parish and tell how wick«*d
* -»■ York i 3. He will roast th« police and the
taaftstratea. and by denouncing the magistrates he
*lli «'o?Hin a ■tain H.-nount of glory among his
Sock. Hut his parishioners ought to know and i
then to. Know that you can't convict any
mm ->f crime here in New York any more than you
ctn tun;,- ;.:., c . :s. unless you have a complainant."
?kJL FLOAT RAMS FERRYBOAT.
UHh Drifts Hflpleii— PaMengen Keep
Cool.
tA hie exr T.thi at dM New York, New Heven A
IlartSDrd r .a«i. in tow of tug No. 38 of that corn-
I"-" 7. ran Into the ferryboat Montauk yesterday
afternoon when* tine was about two hundred yards
•way from her slip. Th« float struck the guard
r «U oa th* starboard side, carrying away a big
*"■** of the rail and seriously damaging the hull
**••- The steering near was broken and the
-ier broken loose
.There ••*• about fifty pawwngers on the boat.
r ß * they were quieted when assured that there was
. "• Caaetr. The harbor aciusd at Pier A answered
ts*v cay for assistance. The boat was to««! back
■• ■•» »Up and the Brooldya put in her place.
tOToa GET 3 YEAR FOR SHOOTING GIRL.
a » *ear*« ln-4»rl«vn::>ent r.-as the sentenoe lir.
•*•*< yeststday by J<;eg« Fawcett. In th« King*
y*ty court, on William T. J. Davits: th*. actor.
£»tl£ci was arrested on tlttrcb !•» for s.\->o:!ng
;"/ %1 ~* »• tVUber. a trained .cun-». at Mm. TiK
"^i^ij* avenue. A or*' SIjbHTsI '.ed to th««
\Z "f~m. IJavldre j? ibu:y yrArs* oil, and
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. TUESDAY. APRIL I*3. 1907. -PAGES NINE TO FOURTEEN.
MILKMAN'S HEAVY FINE
Inspectors Bored Holes to See
Employes Violate Laze.
There wes a practical example given yesterday
of the determination in this city to punleh milk
dealers for violating the law relative to the pro
tection of the supply against possible contamina
tion. The Inspectors to Ret the testimony which
finally resulted In conviction end a fine of $1,800
were compelled to secrets themselves above the
creamery and bore holes in the flooring In ordir
to get a view of the work being done by the em
ployes.
The case was that of Anton Koester. a milk
dealer, with creameries at Davenport Centre.
Delaware County. The case was heard in Part
14 of the Supreme Court before Justice Ftorrt and a
Jury. Koester wa* coavtated of chipping skim milk
Into this city, where it Teas sold to Final! dealers,
growers principally.
A. L. Kellogg, of Oneonta, X. V.. «pecln! Attor
ney General, originally appointed by former At
torney General Julius M. Mayer to prosecute the
case and retained by William T. Jackson, the pres
ent Attorney General, declared that the conviction
marked a new era In the prosecution of whole
salers who violate the provision of the state agri
cultural law and also settles ■ moot point as to
whether such offences can be cumulative or not.
Suit to recover $10,600 in penalties was brought by
Mr. Kellogg In the name of the People of the State
of New York. It was decided to submit complete
proof only on thirty-six counts, and on these th«
Jury returned a verdict of guilty. Justice Ford
denied the motion for a new trial, hut the cus
tomary time will be allowed to take an appeal.
The charge in the Koester ease was that on Au
gust 25 and September «. 1906, employes in his
creamery at Pavenport Centre. Delaware County,
N. V.. including the foreman. Miles Moore, re
moved two quarts of cream from each of 130 to 150
forty-quart cans of milk. This cream was shipped
to dealers separately and the milk was retailed to
small dealers by the can.
MILK ORDINANCE READY FOR ACTION.
No Report from Mayor's Commission Will
Mean Another Aldermanic Vote.
Alderman I^oonHrd Jscobson. the chairman of
the. Health Oosamtttce of the Board of Aldermen,
srid last right that he expected the (Jrlfenhagon
ordinance to be reported to-day. This would be
done unless he heard that the Mayor's special com
mission would report some time thla week. If he
):a<t no BSSIIIBime to that effect, the ordlna. ea
would be called up to-day for passage.
Dr. Rowland Freeman, the mm letsry of the
Mayor's commission, said last night that the body
was far from being; ready to report. It was busy
gathering data for its consideration. The lnfor
mation to he compiled, he said, was very groat,
and it was impossible to tell when it would be
ready for sub:iiission to the Mayor.
WALKING ARSEXALS.
Police Have Another Crop of
Weapons and Italians in Court.
From Harlem to Coney Island yesterday the
courts showed how the police had continued gath
ering In p. harvest of weapons ranging from bayo
net ted revolvers to dirks, although the crop was a
lean one compared to those gathered on some
previous days. One patrolman. James Dalton, of
the Mercer street station, came near being killed
on the same post where Patrolmen Selllck and
Seckler were murdered a week ago. Just before
midnight Sunday Dslton saw an Italian with a sus
picious bulge under his coat. He "frisked" him and
found a good sired revolver. The Italian's com
panion had a revolver, too. but it stuck in his
pocket when he tried to pull It. and Dalton marched
them off to the station.
Magistrate Barlow held them both in J.W> ball.
One was .1 tailor and the other a shoemaker. They
said they lived at No. 23 Jones street.
Lieutenants Va< hris. IfeaUJ and Captagntno, from
Headquarters, spent a profitable Sunduy at Coney
and had two Italians and half a bushel of knives 1n
<outt to sl. w Low they had "penf their ttm<*.
Mm Italians out of *hirtr who were "frlske'l"
there had been caught tarrying dangerously Wig
k:.lver. nnd after being reUoved of their weapons
and having tiieir names and addresses taken t>y the
detective*.- were allowed to go. with a warning to
t* good. The other two. who were caught with re
volvers, were held in $1,500 each for Special
Sessions.
Magistrate Geiemar asked why the knife carriers
had not been brought to court, and Vachris told
him that when he had done so on previous occa
sions the men had been discharged when they ex
plained that the knives were used for slicing garlic
or nome other fairly innocent purpose. The magis
trate told the detective to make arrests hereafter
under suspicious circumstances, and he would hold
the prisoners as disorderly persons if the charge
of carrying concealed weapons could not clearly
be established.
last before noon yesterday one. of Acting Cap
tain McCauley's Italian detectives had a narrow
escape from a young armed Italian In Wllloughby
street Two detectives. Simonettl and Batigulnetto.
saw Domlnico Marra. who says he lives some
where in Llnien street, with another Italian, both
having a reputation with the police of never work
ing if they could help It. Suspecting them to be
on their way to a "fence," the detectives closed in
behind him. The F«cond man. Anlello Gemardl, has
b<er under suspicion for some tlmo as being the
leader of a Black Hind gang consisting chiefly of
himself
The two men suddenly noted that they were be
ing trailed. Oemardl ran. but Marra wheeled
around, a revolver with a ppripg bayonet in his
hand. He dropped it point blank on the officers,
but before he could pull the trigger he was at the
bottom of the heap, a well subdued young per
son. At headquarters h» wan found to have six
old-fashioned silver watches and some other articles
that looked like booty. A little while later Oernardl
wax found.
Antonio Zucca. the ex-Coroner and one of the
leader* of the best Italian element, said yesterday
that be thought that it would simply require a few
severe sentences of those caught carrying guns
st.d kn!v<»s to kill the habit. He said that It
vas the southern Italians, for the most part, who
had the habit, and that generally they continued
the habit ►imply because of their ignorance. With
more education, he thinks, they will learn the er
ror of their ways. In the mean time judicial sever
ity Is a good remedy for a severe disease.
"These men, who have been giving the Italians
here such a bar! name." he said. "must receive
some practical Illustration that this sort of thing
must be stopped. Mass meetings have been sug
gested, but they would have about the same effect
as the peace conference her-* a few days ago.
Borne resolutions would be passed and there would
be a lot of talk, and then some more talk, and
that U nil.
"If the Judges. Instead of being lenient with these
men would only Impose a few heavy Sentences, It
would do more good than anything else. Now
that tfc« Italian bureau is going to be enlarged, at
least if it is enlarged, the police will be better abla
to cope with tlie lawless element. A few men like
•Joe' I'etroslr.o would help a lot. too.
■ ignorance, ratr.er than innate depravity, 1*
responsible for many of them carrying guns and
knives. They think that It is a common practice
here and i<rms being so easy to procure, they hurry
to arm themselves. Education and severity of the
right tort will break up tiie practice quickly, how
ever."
CHANCE FOR TYPICAL BEAUTIES.
Any young woman can represent her ancestry
In. a tpectacle which wiil Include more than a
hundred girls cf the type of ancient Babylon lr.
Coney Island tills summer. Every part of the city
his fceon scoured for women who are representa
tives of the beautlea of the time when Assyria was
the ruling empire of the East.
The Armenian quarter has already yielded its
share, "artiil* a search through several East Side
cigarette factories brought to light one or two flue
Grecian type*- Tries* typos are" only a few of
t l,o«ie. needed by TVlillar.i A. Ellis to give local color
to the "Feast of Beishazzar and the Destruction
of iJiuolon" at Dreamland. The beauties of tie.
B.!l»"»l'» tl ' ' court were drawn from the remotest
OU«rt*m of the ancient Eastern world. »«> there will
be Chlaese women and Indian girls, as well ■ *i>
E'h'>r*ex« and I'e.»i.'.ij.
QUIET DAI FOR POLICE.
Fcxc Transfers of Importance —
Fly n n May Head Detectives.
The storm which has been raging at Police Head
quarters quieted flown yesterday, when Commis
sioner Bingham allowed the day to pass with the
transfer of two lieutenants, nineteen patrolmen
and five matrons. It was a relief to some? of the
"sleuths" when the Commissioner left for the day
and their names were not among the list of those
Who were "transferred for the good of the ser
vice." The transfers yesterday were among the
"small fry" of the department and were not out of
the ordinary.
Commissioner Binp'nam sot to Headquarter* about
10 o'clock, and was asked about the published
statement that he and Mayor McClellan had had a
warm talk over the changes made in the depart
ment by the Commissioner on Friday.
"Nothing in it." was the reply. "There is no
trouble between the Mayor and myself. Our rela
tions are just as cordial as ever."
"Did you and Urn Mayor discuss the transfer of
Inspector Cross?"
'•Nothing to say about that."
"It Is saM that la promotions and transfers you
are aiming at the friends of the Sullivan!'. Is
l^'-ro anything in that?"
"Why, I don't know the Sullivan men In the de
partment. It would be Impossible to make a large
number of lran " f * rS without touching one of them.
Th« Commissioner said that he Intended to make
some changes in the badges worn by the lieuten
ants and sergeants, but said ho didn't know as yet
»nat the changes would be.
\\ lien Mayor McClellan was asked if he and Com
missioner Jilnghain had fallen out over the trann
=nV3 I 2s£ e by the la«t.r be Rot very angry nnd
Bnia. j iiat storj *« an unmitigated and unquali
nea lie. I have denied it already three times, and
li.m tired of having tha question put to me nil the
ti ii 0!0 !i I1 ' ' 'A: was s "KSe«ted. "there Is a story pub
.'.-'} " : fho morning papers to that effect."
v, ut are three papers published In this city
which Have riot told the truth about me or my
administration for the last tw> years and this is
another instance of the truth of the assertion." the
Mayor answered.
Among those transferred yesterday was lieuten
ant 1 orneiins Casey, who has been stationed at
Jefferson Market court for 1 long time. Casey was
cent to do desk duty at the East 51st street station,
exchanging places with Lieutenant William J. En-
TH*. It has been paid that Casey is a strong Sulll
van num. but the Commissioner denied that them
wn * any special Bigr.tflcance in the- transfer, as he
raid lie didn't know the political affiliations of
either Cas«.v or Ennis.
There was a rumor about the corridors of the
Federal Building that Captain William J. Flvnn.
who has be^n at the head of the New York Divi
sion of the t'nltPd States Secret Service for a
number of yea/*, had been offered the position as
head of the local detective bureau by Commissioner
Ring-ham. Under the provisions of'the new police
bill the Commissioner has the right to place a
civilian a*, the head of the bureau. 'Captain Flyrin.
It Is said, would take the position If he could *•■'.
permission from the Secretary of th« Treasury.
When asked about the matter Captain Flynn
laughed and walked away.
Commissioner Binghan\'i Intention to rid his de
partment of politics is causing more or less com
ment among the Municipal Ownership Leagtte
members of the Board of Aldermen, especially
since a story leaked out In which the commis
sioner's Intention had evidently miscarried. This
story concerns Alderman Charles Kuntz^. of The
1-ttotix. Kuntze la a Municipal Ownership League
man and one of the active members of the Com
mittee on Salaries and OffiVeji. Last fall when
Commissioner Bingham asked for three new in
spectors Alderman Kuntze voted against a favorable
report. Following this. his brother, Robert
Kuntze. a patrolman attached to a precinct in The
Bronx ne;ir his borne, was Bent over to do duty In
the Adams street station, Brooklyn.
The «-lght detectives who worked under Inspector
Russell of the Second Inspection District when
lie was captain of the West 37t!i street police sta
tion, received word last night that they had been
transferred from the police station to the staff of
the Inspector.
POLK "EM AX ASSAULTED*
Charge* Against Three Patrolmen
of Oak Street Station.
It was learned last night that a policeman was
assaulted In the Oak street station about a week
ago and »'• badly beaten that he was compelled to
remain away from duty for ■ week and that three
policeman attached to the station would be brought
up on charges before Deputy Police Commissioner
Hanson on Thursday. Although those in charge
at the station house refused to talk on the mut
ter, it was said that such a • barge had been made.
At Police Headquarters Patrolmen Christopher
Fitzgerald. Frederick Unger and Eugene Z. Clin
ton will fa<-<; Deputy Commissioner Hanson on
Thursday on the charge of conduct coming
an officer These men have been In the department
for many years, and when seen last night em
phatically denied the charges. Patrolman Stephen
B. Walsh will appear as complainant against the.
men. and when seen last night still bore marks un
der his eye, which he alleges that he received from
the accused men.
According to th,- story. Walsh appeared before
Lieutenant John Glynn, who was at the desk, last
Friday night and said he was afraid that the men
In the back room were going to assault him. The
lieutenant went back, and after talking to the.
men, who ridiculed the complaint, he ordered them
to go to the dormitory They did. It is said, and
Walsh was one of the last to go upstairs.
About an hour later, Walsh. It Is said, ran down
stairs to Lieutenant C.lynn and said that he had
been assaulted by the men In the dormitory,
Lieutenant Qlynn sent Sergeant Carey to the
dormitory with Instructions to ask all the men
about it. This was done and all denied either
participating in any assault or seeing one.
The next morning the men w*nt to the Eldrldgo
street station to have their uniforms Inspected by
Inspector Nallv. When the latter was looking over
the men he noticed that Walsh had two black eyes.
Taking him aside, the Inspector asked where he
had received them and Walsh told him that threw
policemen had assaulted him in the dormitory.
The Inspector sent for Captain O"Toole and the
two heard Walsh's story. The captain then went
to the station house, and acting under orders of
the Inspector asked all of the men who were in
the station house at the time of the alleged assault
about it.
All dented knowledge of the assault and the cap
tain was unable to find any one who had witnessed
It. Again summoning Walsh, the captain ordered
him to tell the nnnu-s of the men. Walsh then gave
the names of Fitzgerald, Unger and Clinton, it Is
said.
TIIE LYXDIIVRST SUICIDE.
Mrs. Mary C. Thaw Given Out
Statement of Facts.
Plttsburg, April a.- Mrs. Mary C Thaw, mother
of Harry K. Thaw, gave to the public to-night the
facts concerning a suicide al her home lure eight
years ago, which she asserts some newspapers
have distorted and elaborated upon. Mrs. Thaw.
In her statement, says:
lri the fißhteen years dm ing which 1 occupied
Lynd hurst it is safe to say thnt the number of
ministers and their families for whom It was »
stopping place reached many ■core*. Among these
whs the wife of a former assistant to the pastor Of
the Third Presbyterian church, of which I and my
family ar- members. After her husband had ro
algned from that position, they b»th engaged in
teaching In a semiiiHry in thf* central part of Penn
sylvania. Later l heard that the wife, had become
an invalid. suffeiitiß from nervous prostration,
with k tinge of melancholia. When i heard that
the husband had received a call from a church In
Kentucky, I Invited the Invalid wife to visit me. Ht
Lyndhurst while preparation* for leaving the old
home and settling in the new were under way.
believing that the change of scene, rest, medical
care and careful nursing would be beneficial
I returned from an afternoon reception one day
nnd, not rinding her *n the library. «e n t a maid to
her loom, who reported that the door of th» bath
room was locked and she. could get no answer.
This alarmed us. and l ordered the gardener to
enter by v window, when the startling discovery
was made that the poor woman had ended her life
in the manner described in the highly colon* I ac
count given In one Pittsburg and some of the East
ern newspapers. The family physician was imme
diately sent for. Tiio husband was telegraphed to.
The naator of tho Third Church ar.d his wife came
also, and he very kindly offered to accompany the
remains to Kentucky and conduct the funeral
service*. The doctor on his arrival said that it
would be necessary to have the coroner. The
coroner was sent for arid nil the usual formalities
attended to. Stripped of all useless verbiage, these
are ihe facts in the case.
BROKER AND CLERK HELD.
Alfred C. Goodman, broker, of the firm of Clark,
Goodman & Co.. of No. '3D Broad street, and his clerk,
Edgar M. Martin, who were arrested at the Hotel
Regent on Sunday night, were held in the Tombs
police court yesterday In $1,500 ball each. This
was promptly given. The complainant in the case
was M. J. BoswHl. a lawyer, of Greenbone, Go.,
who says he was cheated out of money sent to
Goodm*n for investment. Abraham Levy, who
represented the prisoners. . said civil suits for dam
ages would Im brought as the result of. it* arrests.
OCEAN t»ri-AMgH3.
NORTH GERMAN LUSYJ.-
Fast Express Service.
PLTMOUTH— CHERBOURG— BREMEN.
Kronprinz.Apr. 23. noon|K Wm. H.July •
Kaiser May 7. 10 AMlKronprtnz.July 18
K.W.11 May 14. 7:30 AM Kaiser July 30
Kronprlni.Msy 21.10 AMI K. Wm. II. Aug. 6
Kaiser. .. June 4. 10 AM X ronprtn*. Au«. 13
K. Wm. H.June 11. 6AM Cecllle Aug. 20
Kronprinz. June 18,10 AM; Kaiser . Aug. J%
Kaiser Juiv 2 10 AM|K W. ll.. Sept. 8
Twin-Sere *• Passenger Service.
PLYMOUTH— CHEKBOIRO— BREMEN.
•Main May 2iKurfuerst. . . June I*
Kurfuerst . . May !)!Frledrlch . . . June -<»
•Rheln May lfi P. Alice June 2Z>
Frledrich . . May lK'Bremcn July f
I; Alice. May 23Barharossa. ..July 11
Bremen May .SlKurfuerat .. . July 18
•f'riemnitK. . .June 6'Friedrlch . . . July 2»
Barbarosaa. ...Tune S'P. Alice Aug. 1
Bremen direct.
Mediterranean Service.
NA»'Lt!»-«ENOA, AT 11 AM.
•Neckar Apr. 271 P. Irene July 13
Bart«rr. sa. . . May 4 *Neckar July 20
K. Lulsa May 11 K. LulM July 27
K. Albert May 18 K. Albert Aug. 3
P. Irene June 1 1 P. Irene Auk. 17
•Nerfcar j uno •lat. Lulae Aus. 81
K. Lulse un i;>iK. Albert Sept. i
lv. Albert Fun* I*; »Neckar Sept. 14
•Omit* Genoa.
From lireinpti Tiers. 3J * 4th St*.. Hoboken.
NORTH GERMAN LLOYD TRAVELLERS
CHECKS GOOD ALL OVER THE WORLD.
OELRICHS & CO., No. 5 Broadway. N. T.
Louis H. Meyer. 1016 Walnut St.. Phlla.
HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE.
TWIN BCREW EXPRESS AND PASSEN
_, GER SERVICE.
Plymouth- Qierbcurg-Eai-biirg
•Am'ka(new) Apr25.3PM «lJluecher. ..May »
Pretoria. April _7 4 PM ! *Kilserin.May W
•D'rhrd. Apr.3o. «:30AM!Waldersee.May 18
Patricia, May 4.lo:3oAM l'Amerlka.M.y 23
•Among special features of these vessels
are: Grill Room. Gymnasium. Palm Gar
den. Ritz-Carlton Restaurant. _2evr.tors.
Electric Baths.
Mediterranean Service.
TO GIBRALTAR NAPLES—
♦•Moltke.... Apr. 23. May 28. July 3
tHamhurit May 7. June 11. Aug. 13
•Has Grill Room. tHas Gymnasium.
iyjuMwiii__ifd Us_uiy)ij^)i&'§)
DURING JUNE. JULY AND AUGUST.
to the Norwegian Fjords, North
Cape, Spitsbergen, Iceland and Eu
ropean seaside resorts. Send for
programme.
TOURIST BUREAU.
R. R. Tickets, hotel accommodations and
general Information about foreign travel. i
Travellers' check* good all over the world. •
OFFICE. .17 BROADWAY, N. T.
Phone VMM) Rector. Piers. Hoboken.
AMERICAN LINE Sailing at 0:30 A. M.
*vi7._ruua_.i Line From p,^ 1S N R
l-l.\ — CHERB*G - SOUTHAMPTON
PHILADELPHIA .. . Apr.27. May 25. Jne.23 ;
CELTIC (20.004 tons). May 4. li AM.
ST. PAUL :. ..June 1, June 29
NEW YORK May 11. June 8. July «
ST. LOUIS May IS. June 16, July 13
RED STAR LINE £"3 er
■ NEW TORN -DOVER— ANTWERP.
7F.F1.AND.Apr.2T.3:30 PM; May 25. June 21 ,
KROONLAND.May 4 IO:3AAM: June 1 Jy II :
VADERLAND.May 11.3:GOPM: June S.July ■
FINJ. May is. K :.-.i> am June IB. July 2"
WHITS STAR LINE *; rom . ';', r
NEW YORK-Q sam m -livkrpoou
OCEANIC. Apl 24. 3PM
i^UTONICMay 1.10 AM
ARABIC .......... Ju ,y 4:
BALTIC • Way "' 3 I'M : June 14. July 11
MA.TKSTIC.May 18. 10 AM.
<*Kl>H !<\.\t«>- IT. D:3oaal June 20 July I*'
CELTIC. May 31. 8:30 AM: June 27. July 26 j
fPUTMOUTH-CHKR'O-fIOUTBAJiPrTI
jCELTICafajr 4.11 AaKfron Pier U.NK) ,
tApRIATIC May 22. June It
•TEUTONIC May 29. June 2«
OCEANIC June 8. July S I
MAJESTIC June 12. July 19 j
1 tXrw, 29.000 tons, has Elevator.! I
'qymnutlum. Turkish Baths and Band. _ I
TO y^r"-?T f 4MBJM MA
THE ' AAl,^i».ll AZORES. )
FJ«»M NEW YORK—
CRHTIC ... May 9. Noon: June 20. Aug. 1'
ROMANIC July 15, 8 P. 1!. i
FROM BOSTON
ROMANIC ..April 27. »:3O A. M Jun» 8 I
CANOPIC May 18. 2:30 p. M Jun* 28
PASSENGER OFFICE. ft BROADWAT.
Freight Office. Whitehall UUg.. Battery PI. |
From Piers SI -.12. North River. *
TO LIVF.RPOOL VIA QUEEJNSTOWN
PASSENGERS BOOKED THROUGH TO !
LONDON AND PAIU3.
CARMAN'IA. . APR. 23. NOON
ETKUHIA M'lt. 27. « A. M ;
Luranla . . May 4|Umbr!a May li
Caronla May 7 1 "ami «•>!.> -MuV is
HUNGARIAN-AMERICAN SERVICE.
TO nOME VIA
GIBRALTAR. NAPLES AND TRIESTE.
PANNONIA . M»y 2. Noon; June 20 ■
rmiTHll $<"*II!nK also at GENOA.
ATM A . MIA. ( May 18. 10 A. M. ; July 4
euvoma May 30. BOOR: JnlyTlß
VEKNUN H. BROWN, Gen'l Agent j
21-24 Slat* St ua* Sit* the (lattery.
(HIIIIILUaiIS-AMERIISA aJ?P
lili NEW YORK— HOI TKK DAM. 15 !
Via BOULOGNE.
Hallln«s Wednesday as per sailing list' I
New Am»teruam(new).Apr. 24. May a. jy 3 I
Statendam May 1; June .".. July 10 j
N<v>r«Jnm • ■ May 8; June 12; July 17 |
Ryndani May 15: Job* 1!> jj U |v 24 i
Potsdam May 22; June2U; Aug ;
Freight & Passenger Agri.cy. 3'j li way. N.T.
" CUB Of ; lJMl^jL^]Er~
DAILY SERVICE J
For Old Point Comfort. Norfolk. Port*- ■
month. Pinners Point, and Newport News.
Va . connecting for Petersburg. Richmond
Virginia Beach. Washington. I). C. and en
tire South and West.
FrelKht and passenger steamer* sail from
Pier 2*l. N. R.. foot of Beach St.. .very
week day st 8 P. M.
W. L. WOODltnw. Traffic Manager.
i rsfnnrafinrpn? sixty tours, i
', IS»UJ»UuVIULrL& |150 AND UP.
SOUTH AMERICA. Special Tour July j
3d.
ROUND THE WORLD. Fiva limited
parties
; Travellers' Checks Good All Over the
World.
Individual Travel Ticket! Everywhere. ]
iTMOS. COOK & SON i
24H. 12110 Broadway, Mf Madison Aye.. !
r.«3 Fifth Aye. (Windsor Arcade), N. Y.
"to MAPLES. APRIL 27," I
Steamer "NECXAR." RATE, $75. :
Including Shore Trips at Madeira. Gib
raltar an.l Algiers. Some choice accommo
dation to be lot. Apply FRANK C. CLARK.
M Broadway. N. v
"I>Kl> "D" LINE
■*•*■ For La Guayra. Puerto Cabel)n. Cura- i
coa and Maracalbo. via Curacao, calling [
also at Snn Juan, P. R. :
H 8. CARACAS Sat.. April 27. noon
S. S. PHILADELPHIA.. Sat.. May 11. noon
For I* Guayra, Curacao. Maiacatbo.
B 8 ZI'LIA Sat. May 4. noon |
B. S. MARACAIBO .Sat.. May 18. noon
These steamers have superior accommo- j
dation for passengers.
BOULTON. BUSS * DALLETT.
Genera! Managors, 82 Wall St.
[Pgdo 0 [PodcpG® LFSBgbod !
Eteamahtps of the RED "D" LINE will
sail from Pier 11, near Wall St. Ferry,
ltrooklyn. for San Juan direct as follows:
6 S. CARACAS Sat., April 27, noon !
g S. PHILADELPHIA. .Sat.. May 11. noon
F<*r freight or passage apply to
BOULTON. BUSS & DALLETT,
General Managers. 82 Wall St.
ILOR3 lE*
GLASGOW VIA LONDONDERRY.
Eth'pla.Apr.27, :tpm|Furn-ssia..\layll 2p m
Columbia-May 4,n'n'Caledonla.May 18,n'n
Cabin *5«. 2d CaDln *35. 3d Class $_7.60
and upwards, according to accommodation & '
«leum*hlp For terms anu Information apply I
HKNDEHSON BKOTHEItS. 17-1» Broadway
(E QD OB GD IP E *> tol-rs.
IS, Uli m W [r LU J270.00 up.
North. Cape. Hound World, Japan, etc.
FRANK C. CLARK. 06 Bruadway.N.
••LA VELOCE" Fast Italian Line.
FOII NAPLES DIRECT
Cltta dl Mllano Apr. 29. June 11
Nord America May 2; Jun« 13
liiiisile (new Twin Screw) May «
Citta ill Torino May 0; Juns 20
Europa (new Twin Screw)... 25; July 3
Cabin. SSS up. Dining Room on Prome
nade Deck. BOLOGNESI. 11AHTFIELU &
CO.. at Wall St.
MALLORY STEAMSHIP CO
Tickets to Texas. Colorado, Mexico New I
Mexico. Arizona. California. Georgia Flor- !
Ida. Alabama, etc. ALL OCEAN ROUTE ■
TO MIAMI. PALM BEACH. Fla.. etc (via
Key West). Our booklet "Pocket Guide"
free. H. H. RAYMOND. . Gen. Mgr bO
Pouth St.. N. Y.
— - , |
EUROPE. — Busy man's tour, only $170.
Apply at once. Other t,>urs *2tiu and ud i
Rev. I. P. TEMPLE. Watertown. Mass.
FOR SALS.
M^T^"^^Rl<ol«7^N^T^eTy^le«Tra^^
three story stone and brick house, rlune to
depot; also nm- lot nt a tmrjcHln. Full iiar-
Uculars at Mi-Donald-Wigglas Co., 25*
Broadway.
BAII.KOAP3.
MEW JESSSV CttiTlAL.
Time aaown below is from Liberty St. Sta
tion. Leave West :3d at. 10 minutes earU«
except as noted by designating marks.
PHILADELPHIA TWO-HOUR TRAIN
EVERY HOUR OX THE HOUR.
J'12.18. #.30. d»7.00. m'B.oo. 8.30. •&».
••10.00. •11.00. 11.80. m*12.00. ••1.00
130. «2.00 »3.00 »4 00. ••S.UO. 5.30.
m*6.00. •7.00. *8.00. »».00. p10.30 P. M-.
j*12.13 mdt. . _
BALTIMORE AND WASHINGTON—
•8.00. i*io.oo, 1*12.00. '2.00. tt**oo.
I*6 00. *7.00. M
LAKEWOOD AND LAKEHfRST -iV<*
. 940 A. M.. ml.oo. 1.30. W3.40. d 4.13. 600
P. M.. i«. 15. Sundays. *.::0, »-*>\, v ; n
ATLANTIC CITT— »9.4O A. M.. xI.OO. ■*•
LONO BRANCH. ASBURT PARK. OCEAN
OROVE (Sunday*. No. A»bury 1 ••""'T
t4.00. B.SW. 1130 A. M. ex 12.40. 120.
C 4.43. 6.30. «.*>. J12.01. Sundays. ex i-«M
Ocean Grove. x*.oo. ».0O A. 11.. 00. »30
P. M. «-««
Time tables giving trains to EA9TON.
BETHLEHEM. ALLENTOWN. MATTfI
CHINK. WILKESUARRE. SCRANTOS.
READING. HAKK!SiRI-Ri;. POTTS\ ILLE.
WILLIAMSPORT and all other point* can
be obtained at th« following offices : 1.1 o
erty St. (West 23d St Tel.. 8144 Chelsea).
« Attor Houso. 245. 434. 13D0. 1354 Brrad
way. 182 Bth Ay. 281 Bth At.. 25 ';!)'?£
Square West. 27W 3d Ay.. 10S West !»«»
St.. IMS Columbus Ay.. New York: 4 Court
St.. 343 844 Fulton St.. 47» N. strand AY
Brooklyn: 300 Broadway. WUltajoJWja-
N»w York Transfer Co. calls for ana cnecm
baK*a«» to destination. _ .. __
•Dslly. tD-lly. except Sunday. pPunaay
tParlor cars only. mDlnlng car. except
Sundays. xSaturdays only. zlJterty at
only, joining car Sundays. U>inln« cat
dslh- From W«st Tw«nty-thir« street—
el 220 P. M.. «4.30 P. M.. l»» **• "••
k3.20 P. M.. d 3.60 P. M. .„„•
W. Q. BESLBR. W. C. HOPS.
V!c«-Ites. & Gen. Mer. Gen. PassT Agent.
BALTIMORE "fiToHIO R. R
ROYAL BLUE LINK TKAIN3. _
"Every other hour on th. cv . e ™ ™?HJ!:,,
TO RAT.TIMORE AND WASHINGTON.
Leave Nn York City. 23J St. Lib V«■
•WASHINGTON. Sl'pera. 11.50 pm »*»*™
•WASHINGTON. Diner. J«»»™ J™"
•WASHINGTON. Din«r. »■»"» J2!Jv??5
•WASHINGTON Diner. lI.CO am o *™"
•WASHINGTON. Buffet 1.50pm - '*! [5J
••■ROYAL LTD." Diner. B.W» P"> iiS£s
•WASHINGTON. Dinar. 6.C0 nn» «■"" P™
•WASHINGTON. Buffet. «.6^«in T. 0»»»
Throua* Dtlly Train* to the Went.
Leave New York City. 23.1 St. IM> T "t.
CHICAGO, PTTTSBL'RO. 7.50 am » ■™*2
CHICAGO. COI.UMBUa. lI.RO am «^"ij
PITTSBt'RG. CLEVEL'D. 8!»pm 4 .00 P™
"PITTSRURO LIMIT D." «.5O pm 7 -<>>
CIN..St .*X>riSLL.oriSV.. ll.BOpm »-3»a"»
CIN..ST.IX)ITIS.LOi;iSV.. ft.so am W-«J"™
CIN.ST.LOUIS.IXJUISV.. 5.50pm 6 t> m
Offices 245 434. 1300 Broadway. Astor
House. 108 Greenwich St.. 25 Vn lon square
W.. 301 Grand St. If. V. : 34S Fulton 5...
Brooklyn: West 23d St. and Liberty «•
After 6 p. m. Sleeplnr Car Reservation*
and full information repardln< train* ess..
can be obtained at Bureau of Information.
B. * O R. M.. 23d St. Terminal. 'Phon*
No. Chelsea 314«.
Lackawanna Railroad.
Leave N. V.. Barclay. Christopher. W. 231
Sts.
♦8.00 A. M.— For'Blnshamtcn and Elmlra.
•10.00 A. M.— For Buffalo. Chicago anil St.
Louis.
•1.40 P. M.— For Buffalo and Chlcaro
t4 oo P. M For Scrsnton and Plymouth.
■••.IBP. M.— For Buffalo and rhl,-a|to.
•8.45 P. M.— For Buffalo. Syracuse. Ithaca.
•2.00 A. M.— Chicago— Sleepers open »30
V. M.
Ticket* st 149. 429. 1183. 1434 Broadway.
N. T. : 839 Fulton 31.. Brooklyn. •Dally
tExcept SL-r.day. zLeaves Christopher St.
10 P. M weekdays. _____
N. T.. X. H. A HARTFORD R. R
Trains depart fr m Grand Central Station.
4?d St. an.i 4th Ay* . as follow* for
Bo»ton via New London & Prov.— -trv.W".
ttillO.OO. lOrflS A. M.. tt^:O«>.
•» 1:1>1. •*• 3:110. , tt .">:"<'. *1 *:<*
•112 <»• p. M. : via tVllllmantlc— ll«-01 A.
M. t2;00 P. M.. via Spfd.— tt>:l4 A. S»..
tlll2:00, • 4 ■(«>. •11:00 P. M.
Wor'»ter A Fitch., via Putnam. t3:S3 P. M.
lAkevltl* * Non'.— l«.4» A M.: t3:31 P M.
Gt. BarTlneton. Stockbrirtfri" Lenox. Pltt»
fleie- r,4 t9:49 A M. and »3:31 P. M.
Ticket offices at cOrand Centra! Station
and cl2sth Ht.. also at c24-\ 1200. cl 33*
B'way. c 25 Inlon Square. cl»2 Fifth Aye..
.•245 Columbua Aye cR49 Madison Aye.
elf s W. l_sth St.. 279N Third Aye. la
Brooklyn. c 4 Court 91 . 47» Nostrand Aye.
«>•> IV way.
•Dally tK^-^pt S".ni.iv». ISlupe at I2Sth
Pt. xStops at 125*!» St. BttSOaya only.
XPsrlor Car Limited. I Ha* d!n!nc car.
cParlor and E leaping Car tickets also.
LEEHSiCIN VALLEY.
Toot «.f W. Of A:O>rt!aa3l -nd l>eebros»e» Su. 3.
*!>»•. y Sunday: »: .« b<.ift eT 41. to.ii. -.Sja. vvg.
~ '. JL«.N.V..A LV.N.V..O
Bu!T-!oFl?re»». .'..Pa; •!" a m ,•*;..'(> - M
Buffalo Eipres* ..I *b9.W*Ji # tls M« *
5i. \ K. l>rAMO\l> EXP.. 11.91 » * '12 <»>!«•_•
Klr.*T»ruDivVe*( Kip.. 'l!.'tf« •%•>.»
lU'KFAI.*' TII\IN. • : \i P M *9-"» ** X
tlekefoiaceaTaji a_d 14*) Broadway.
6TF.IMBO.VTB.
i &wt ®mn®% ■ I
PEOPLES II ' St<am«-r» ana 1 1
tt^Tc I c - w - MORSE and i!
LIT?- ji ADIRONDACK
Lv. Pier 82, N. 'R . ft. Canal St.. w«»k H
day* only. 6 P. M.. connecting at I
Albany with train* for ALL POINT* j
North. Baat and West. ;
I rTTT7T:TIS it Hplen.lid Steamers
.t"^ 10 ONTEORA and
LINB II ULSTEP. j;
Leave Pier 48 N. R-. ft. West 10th St.. '
week days (e-cept BaturdayiO and Sun
days. 6 P. M. t*u:iU_y itteainars toucaj;
at Albany.
LOW EXCURSION* $2 So. li
Staterooms and Ticket* at Wharf Offices. I!
stso City Ticket Offlce. .Do Broadway, i
l_) (y) © i Hj) -Xi land. Reduced Rates.
FALL KIVER LINK via Newport an 1 Fall
Hiver Faresreducetl to all polnts^ — Bustitn.
*■»♦»• Newport. Fail River. 12.00; Provi
dence. $2.30. Leave Pier 10 N. P. . ft. War
ren St. week days and Sundays. *:30 P. M.
Stm Prtocllla and Puritan Orchestra.
NORWICH LINK via New London. Leav*
Pier 40 N R. foot Clar-son St.. week .lays
only. « P. M. Steamers Chester W. Cha
pln and Maine.
NEW HAVEN LINE for New Haven and
N< rth Leave Pier 20. E. R.. week day*
only. 4:00 P. M. Steamer Richard Peck.
fa™*. $Mdm Ore
Newburgh. Poiighkcepsie and Hon.tout.
week Uaya at 4 P.M.; Newburgh at •> P.M..
Sundays ft A.M. From foot of Franklin St.
CATSKILL, HUDSON AND
CCXSACKIE BOATS
Leave Pier 4.1. N. R.. weekdays. 8 P. M
CARPET (iraMMl.^
N.Y. Carpet CJeanin^Wcrks
Oldest. Larcest. Meal Modem
4:-.T AND 4S!» WEST I..TM ST
Tel 4«. <'•»"• llrynnt. Established IS.".
W. M JORDAN. EDWIN LENTZ.
J. A i. W. mJJAMS
SSS W. E4HH oclr,Uf0 clr,Ufu 8 s
CARPET PLEA NINO. Established 1575
CAREFUL CARPET CLEANING CO.—
dean* by comi>re»s<»d a!r, steam, hand or
en floor iSM Rr<-adway, 421 East 4Stti st.
COT. A BRANDT. Tel. 132-3Sth.
DESKS AND OFFICE FVRXITIRE.
ROLL top
ODtESOS©
omci
rtRNITL'RB
In great varle-ty
of ntyle and
PrtC °T. G
T C.
SF.I.I.KW.
111 Fulton St.
MAtJIINKRV.
AT REDUCED PRICES.— SOO »econd hand
wood anil Iron working machines; fully
guaranteed: machinery bought and ex
fhiirijetl. liKli. B. K1»1»Y. :t;»S Ma.11»..u
TVI'KyRITEns.
TYPEWRITERS — All makes sold, r.nt--ii
repaired. exfhange>l; reliable «or\ife
Oormnn. T'J Xa«au st. Telephone J7 in
f'ortlandt. " ■
KKMiN'irrox No. ii *:ti». Smith -Premier
»-ti. llar:f >ra, lliniinond. D*nain<M*i
Bllcki-nsdcrfer. $7.50. Hay. l»^;, a a dl
lon aye. ___^^_^_^^_^_^^ "
BUSINESS CHANCES.
SAFE INVESTMENT.— instruction com
pany, this city, with contracts for $i.Oi.k>.-
MO. Je>ilre to (rli a litnlteil amount of
stock: $1W» V »»"-af«, this is an exception
ally Sn« Investment fo.- small or lurs- tea
ventor.i. For full particttlara, proapvetui
etc.. IWijcins ro . »7 Brou.l
way.
t3,G00 BI.'YS trucking ' business I n th«
wholeaaln tlryginxU district: $-M>flo pronta
an:-.ui»;iy: tioir-n. tree Mug; tnvostlffitte this
■ ;. ...rt unity. WcDonaia-Wlscicß Ca.. 237
asraadwaar. . *
D«T GOODS.
ml 15 A H, IN
8. IS, 20; 22, 24, :>".. 30 West Foarteentb St.
7, 0, 11. 13. 15, 17. ID, 20, 21, 22. 20, 24. 25, 27 and 2l» West Thirtccatb St
An Extra Fine List of
MORNING SALE SPECIALS
For To-day, Tuesday, Until 1 P.M.
To prwent dealers buying.
we reserve the privilege of restricting quantities.
| WOMEN'S CHINA SILK WAISTS
Rl. h qualify — white and Mack —
fronts ..f Japanese emb'y — <jther style*
with fln« laces and tiie.ialllons or
novelty turkings— sizes 32 to. 4« — "I *»Q
usually $2.08 . VO 1
j SECOND FLOOR— XEW BUILDING, j
i WOMEN'S BL'K DRESS SKIRTS? I
Daasmata qualities of Black Volte and
[Chiffon Panama — full kilt and cluster
i pleats— taffeta or self folds — -2 "Tf)
,all lencrths an.? bands— worth 17 !«S *?•*";
! SECOND FLOOR— BUILDING. !
j ALL-SILK SAiIX Fof*I_ARI»S
TIM i Vu!ar Ma or hlack. with white
[poFkadotl — also all desirable
j colors, with artistic- figure, I ->JL
dewtgns g> ct <iualitv- »OD
; MAIN FLOOR— BUILDING.
IMPORTED HOMESPUXS— S»; in.
'All-wool grays and browns, shot with
• :--\r color touches, in especially
>mart effects— a l*o plain mixtures. aa:
■fine w*at« wortl ■'-.• !>s •***♦
; MAIN FLOOR— NEW BUILDING. J
I new WHITE embroideries i
[Bab) Irish atid other effects: In
! Cambric. Nainsook ar.tf. Swiss, edge O :
land inserts — 1 ; - to s in<-h— r-»- .I*.. "i
: main FLOOR- CKNTRF Br i:.r>tN<v 1
CARRIAGE BAGS ~
;Bla-k Leather— also Urn new "Swagg-r"
(Styles— frames ■' silt or gun metal —
'" m '■' stamped «-,»rnian silver— AC
[motra lineO ax<: fitted— worth $1.1.-.. . •W.
I main FLOOR-tCEXTRE BUILDENG. .
|<;iRLS' FINE s!'i:in<; REEFEJisj
lUfchl ehacki and stripes — al: wool — ■ {
jdcuM* breasted X*x fron* — deep self !
I facing — Inlaid collars, with contrasting
••iot:i — fancy hraM or button" —
«•„ li years— perfectly tailored — "^ -^fv
ißcßjlady J.T.&S Hr-.i |4.9S X.^feirj
[SECOND FLOOR— CENTRE BUILDING.!
MERi'HRIZED WHITE MADRAS!
Nen .T'.^ortment. representing latent 1 f\i
ietrlpt* and figure ilesigns — •-« .1!>. .. •J 1/
MAIN FLOOR— NEW BUILDING.
; JEWELLED COMBS
Sl*. Neck and Empire— with brilliant
rnJnestoae and other clear jnwels —
aisi> lan moostcd shell, amber OO
anl pwirl gray— •»:> ct. kinds •"".
j MAIN njOOH i KNTitK BCILDIXG.
: SHIRT WAIST PATTERNS (
iSmmped— Three yds. of fine wh!t« Linen I
[Lawn 4» Inches wide—- designs for i
[eyelet, shadow and so! la emb'y — A (?'
lvalue .?!> " •**»?:
i BASEMENT— STO BIIU I
sold ivni. t p. m. only-no Uau or ~ * ■ li«i ordem
Great Assortments of
CURTAINS BED SETS
CURTAIN NETS ART DRAPERIES
TAPESTRIES, ETC.
No Stci Stocks Elsewhere— Scsi 7ali:e»2
W>.tt» or CbTd ':• ■■"• I Minlln furtaln*
ro/Tle m match— very dainty —
were J3.98 and 93.M 2.9S
IrMi Joint Ourfalns— Si-roll cr
r.*at figure effects — plain or
tlg'il o-ntrea — were .».-. B8 2.0S
w#n» .«•' M 4.9S
Preach Jfel rvrtaJna Novelty
flesl^rs of Rococo, Scran and
Vine effects— TTnlte or Arabian —
nere 98.08 and t: W. 4.9S
ißeateil lai » curtain*— Cream and
-White— 3' s and 4 yds. l->n«r — ab>^ut
»> ■tytea values up to $3 :>•> t .93
roiQl Arab Curtains— Rich Corded
deaisM — on Cable Net —
elaborate tiorden*— value ,:>.»« 6.9S
F"re«c-yi N*»r Bonoe Fcmni'*-WMw
vr Arablaa— targe panel or three
met; de«! ins— f«-stoon va.'anoe —
worth 13.M each 2.9S
Full <*- French Net Bed Sets—
:ar«," centra nr.d eoraeT m^tif —
fe«tiji>n Valance— value J6.IV» 4. PS
value $*.?*>. 2.9S
Marie Antoinette n^d Sets—
BoWkaot and Ktni'lre effevts —
value «it m 9.9S
start* Antoinette and Renaissance
luM Bets— festoon Valance —
value ST.:'* 5.9S
French Cable Net F!ed Sei* —
Renaissance eentre-^lace «rfs'—
white or Arabian— value St&SA. -. 1 1 .98
Sttl] finer Bed Sets to |33.0 ft
Fancy Curtain Muslins— rard wide— s
plain or faan woven— tower
patterns or white with <!a:sy and
rJse bt>r:ler— regriilarly .IS to 19. . .11%
Novelty Strtpe •>-.•■ a'so Urpnadines —
strat'sl'.t or KTpentint —
40-ine-h— value .1!» . 1 _ -
Cclonl.il Net*— 4i> Inch— Green. Red __
and lllue — value -"•' .1 t
New >lirt:ilr. Orenadlnes— Stained
glass an.l floral effects— WJ Inehea _
wide— .-ratu* .39 .2j
Scotch Sash Lara* Colonial. Kcyptian
and *!n?le ami double borders -23
Irish Point and Sontache :?n«h Laces —
White and Arabia- — »lnjcl*- ar.d
double borders— value • .29
Curtain Mu*lins-S inch ruffle, with
4 tuck* and Renaissance edge ... . 12*»
This Is GINGHAM Week! .
ZEPHYR GINGHAMS and other fine word fabrics
foreign ami domestic — have the Soot for next five days.
Notwithstanding Mslllij of desirable good* we own large iiuan
titi^s of UlDKluuns, «'h;i;:'t»r;:ys. Zephyrs. Voiles and fin? UffltrW
Fabric* which we can otter nt prices liar make them MATCHLESS
VALUES! "-
So well were these poods t>otu:lit that we almost daily have offer*
from mauufnetnrerst to sell to them r.t hssher pri«»» than we ask
at — sonrrely necossary to mqi we refuse such propositions, prefer
ring our retail customers to have the benefit of our foresight ami ad*
vantages.
FOR GINGHAM WEEK
These Specially Attractive Offerings:—
Fine French Zephyrs— variety of plain I
ana fancy stripes— value M .HI I
French Cerssd check CMffJbaj Voltes —
weal finish— value .69 .ok)
Imported MercerixeU Platils— good
assortment of black and white —
value JO 24
Imported Taffeta Checks— all sizes —
bluclc and white and colors
ralus -' . IS*
Fine American Zephyrs— 32 Inch —
cross bars, strip's anil plain sha'ies—
value .2.'. .17
Fin* American Shirting an.l On
Madras' — llnm ilnu>h — variety of styles —
will wash an.l wear splendidly —
value in .IS
Fine American Press Zephyrs —
plain anil plaltla — U2 Inch— value -i» .18*
Fine tA>rde<l Zephyr »~J!nichams— excellent
doth — larse assortment of plain colors,
strip**, ii:,- .nut plaids— cheap at .15 .11,
White Cross I'niform CHasjkaasa —
no dressing — really wash and wear
"like Iron" — absolutely fast colors —
value .1* .lO 1 *
Best American Novelty Ginghams—
excellent styles and colorings
vuiue .10 7^» I
Kxtra heavy Oxford Cheviots finish —
excellent for Saata, Waists, Shirts and
Shirt Waists— value .11 .12*
French Novelty Weaves — Men" l'd Satin
bars, also choice effects on white
Ktrlpes — worth .73 .48
Fine Imported Silk Zephyrs — Stripes,
Ptetda and Dresden effects, with rlcli.
silky flsures— value .75 '. .49
LARGE mJUfI Mi <
Xawus. Dimities. Sateens. Batistes, Swiss*-:
UREAT STOCKS
DKT GOODS.
IRISH POINT LACE CURTAINS
Also Colonial styles — novelty and
allnver desijrnsi on be«t Bobolnet, 5 Or
white or Arabian— value »6.75» •_»•>•-»
i:.\.-::MKNT BUILDIXQ.
BOYS* SPRIXt; SUITS"
Medium Cray an-! brown Mixtures and
OverplalUs — dble. breast or double
blast, with belt— straight or knlcker
bocker trousers — 9 ~r*
regularly J2.9H ••«»•
THOU) FLOOR CENTRE BriLPEWs,
MEN'S XKGLIGEE SHIRTS
Madras and Cambric — light and *2C
dark — all sUejt-retrularly 4!> • -»y» y
main FLOOR— WEST mum
AMEUICAX SMYRNA RUGS
T.aaMS fr -rarallaaw m>k> Oriental
an.l Medallion deyiarns In rich A tZf\
coloring — worth $*.<*> *r»«JiJ
THIRD FLOOR— SEW BUILDING.
WOOL BLANKETS
Fnr 1.-ire*> and "ingle bed*- gray or
whit*— full weight— right kinii « Aj.
for bumf use— value $.".•» H»y*J
BASEMENT— NEW BUILDING.
ALL-LIXEX TABLE DAMASKS
Beautiful pearl hiaara -fine- close w»av»
of Austrian manufacture — Inches ;
Wilts — being- part of a large order
beforo th* market rise. w» an» ab?» 'If)
to offer .'•» ct. quality at •a w 3*|
MAIN FLOOR— XETW BllLPL^a. !
• rKMsrrTi -in-: l riTrfK TOWELS
Al»<i hemmed -*Mh or re<l borders— OHM
fine or heavy union linen — 3ft and »«*
3» taehri lons— value .19 ... • J«-
MA IN" FLOOR— NEW BLILDIXG.
PILLOW CASES ' ~~~
Extra lrrj«. 43x39 H — 3- Inch hem — o
arm excellent quality— worth .14... "
BASEMENT— NEW BUILDINO.
PT. DE PA II IS & KAN»'Y LACES
Da!ntr patterns in a****** effects
suitable for every use — edgings mad
inserting* 2 to 5 tn<-h — c*
match designs — regularly 9 1
MAIN FLOOR— CENTRE BTILDnCG.
BUCK PANAMA JACQUARDS
Fast Mac!; cotton am In exact
effort of wool Panamas lane*
or small satin figure* 27 mch — 10l
35 ct. quality, for morninur sals. . . . *«-$
FASE3IKNT— CENTRE BUILDING.
WOMEN'S NEAPOLITAN HATS
Ela»-k onlr — full assortment of new
<lr»s9 shapes tn th!* popular andi la
effective bra!.i— regularly $1.":» .. • -rjr
THIRD FLOOR— WEST BTJTLDtXO.
StMorh mil In TlesMs stripes.
nTus. flora' and Oriental effect'—
worth .75
Goblin. Verdure and TMcot T*D«3trl»«
S;lk XTo!r«* Stripes. M*re'ar4 Damasks
an>! Hich Brocades In Ernp'r*
designs — values up to $1.73 . . . 93
Fur Upholstering. Wall Covsrhm as*
l>rapertes.
Reversible Menreriied Damasks-
Mosaic or Krr.ptre ana —
• Vlrason. Myrtle, now. Nile. Table —
ia!ue .ft> Qg)
Fine A!I Silk Damask and
Silk Gobalin Tar*3tri»s — about
4i> b;vlps. ir.rhtiling two- -tone*.
chintz ami la>auttful combinations
In h!<h arr Jfaigns—
values up to XX3O. 1 .98
Flr.t» Oreamine and Italian Silk
D»mtwlr». T.mrt< XIV.. Heraldic.
an.t small vK-rr* — for wall*, "■V
holnterlns;. draperies an, l costumes —
■»alue» up t>> J4.SX 2.03
The abeve are from our recent lars»
purchase.
CxTra wide < "ourh" rovers—
*»riental Sfripes — value $2.4» | 79
Oriental TUpesto Tar.!? «'overs—
reversible— h«ivy frinse—
2 yards square — were Jills • 1 .£*S
SferreTis*>l Damask Table Covers —
j'l. square — tassel fringe^ — wer» .71. .49
Fis'd Dvrtaps— high class r»t terns—
for halls, coimtrt' houses ar.<
tethroonu»-4tecoratars a-k .."-" . t 7
Heavy F!oo* Denims — Plain rotor* —
yard wide— -elsewhere .Z* • . I£>
jftim String Cretonn* »- 'Japanese. Slomie
an.! Twt'.l-Oriental. Floral Rtbbon
and other designs ~?\ lo 12 l »
Ufa! Art t>enima — 30 Ir.ph — Art
Notxrtao. Fiertil an>! Oriental —
w»re .^!> . » 5
Genuine Art TSffctas. a!«> Art
pattern 11 * — weri> .i» and .."K> .19
l>imi*les and Ari Tickings — desirable
Keisium Slip Corerlnc — Red, Blue.
Ureen und Tan Stript-s — value l!> . . t 2*4
Real Irish Point l-a^ets—
r.t t ?.CxT>±— sre,-ial .59 and .79
I-nrs" K<>at Iteßaissaac* Motif en net
ats-iS— Talos ?i.«k % — 1.19
R.»al Arabian »'Bnel»-i-nir>unted on
net Sttis+— worth $3. aft 2.93
French Chiffon Voiles — barred or stripei
on •>■: '■■'. o.lors or combinations though
made of cotton, their unusually An*
wenre, silky lustre and crisp finish
make it difficult ti> tell then? from wool—
as they do n>t rush or wrinkle, these .
fabrics have met with wonderful
favor — value .40 .2-5
Emb'il Pineapple Zephyrs— fine, nheer,
durable — novelty checks and plaids
with amb'4 '! la in lisht colorings
and black and white —
never before sold under .49. . .2-4
Ftc« - n.-h and (»»■■ teh r,n»ham«
made by foremost man'fr of Krance
and Great Britain — extensive
assortment — valu« -3i .2-4
Fln»» Scotch Madras — extra wide — in
nrr.it demand for waists, shirts and
children's wear-^-speeialtjr houses
ask -SO — our price .89
Fine Scotch Dress and Shlrtlns
Ma — best styles — valua .SS> .25
•I Inch Madras — plain and fancy
woven nsures. stripes ana checks
value 11» ... .1214
Apron I'llnghams— sUe checks
and colors G%..S?i
j DRESS AND WAIST LINKNS— ■
' Fmh'<l Dress Linens— blu» with
white rings and figures— B* et. value. . .3©
Yard w'.Je Dreia Linens—
Mil Quality... . «5l 45 ct. quality. OO
to ct. quality. .. . 8 2. <"«• Quality... .g2|
1 Union Dress Linens—
25 ct. quality \f
21 ct. quality .t<%
Dress and Waist Linens — Natnral
: tints— worth -l» to .49 ISH.to
ITS. as vsval. op
• . Mulls. Percales. OaUtexs C+z^lsiz*. *o.
-GREAT VALUES!

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