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SErEX MADE CATHOLICS.
Episcopal Ministers Received Into
!the Roman Church.
Philadelphia, May 27.— Seven Episcopal min
isters -who left the Church following the adop
tion of th* "open pulpit" canon were "received
into the Catholic Church here to-day by Arch
"■ bishop Ryan. The ceremony, which took place
la the Cathedral chapel, was private. Follow
ing a profession of faith the seven clergymen
■were conditionally baptized. They were Will
iam McGarvey. former rector, and Maurice Cowl,
"William L.- Hayward. William H. McClelland,
former assistants at St. Elizabeth's Protestant
Episcopal Church, of this city; Edgar N. Conan.
of Milwaukee, formerly assistant at St. Mark's
Episcipal Church here, and Charles A. Bowles
and Otto Gramall. of. Chicago. The converts
have been the fru/ests of Archbishop Ryan for
several <iays.
MAD DOGS NO UNUSUAL MENACE.
The Board of Health discussed rabies at its raeet
jr.f yesterday, and wa* told by Dr. Ben*el. the
fiar.itary Superintendent, that it was not a menace
to the city. It was said that the disease was not
more prevalent now than it had been for a year,
«nd Dr. Beas<».l tald that the Society for the Pre
vention of Cruelty to Animals was active in Its
supervision of stray dogs, and able to take care
of the situation. The board decided to leave the
matter to the society.
REPAIRERS' STRIKE ON GOULD ROAD.
IBy Tti^gxaph to The Tribune.]
St. Louis. May 27.— Grand Chief Ronemus of the
Carmen's Brotherhood called out the car repairers
on the Gould lines to-d£.;.*, following the refusal
■I the Missouri Pacific-Iron Mountain management
to abandon the piece system, which, the car men,
assert, was arbitrarily instituted in violation of
i_n agreement. Probably one thousand men will
•trtke.
MAHIXE IXTELXIC-EXCI.
MINIATURE ALMANAC.
6as rises 4:S4iEtm wts 7:21, M00n rise* 3:sCjMnon's aye 28
HIGH WATER.
A. — Eaady Hank «:17 Gov. Island «.V>.H*i: Gate 6:43
JR. M. — feaady -ok 6:30, Got. Island 7.-Os|Hell Gate €:S3
WIRELESS REPORTS.
Tbe Aiioe. refortod as 31£ miles east of sandy Hook at
20:20 a in yesterday, it expected to dock about 12.30 p is
to-oaj-.
JNCOMING STEAMERS.
TO-DAY.
Vessel. From. L«ine.
tioetxow Er-rr.»r.. May 1* -...X G Lloyd
Lci;p;h:ps Shields. May 8 —
Mn-.*:io Hull. Hay IS Wilson
Alice GlDr&itar. May 17 Austrian
VoJturao— Hir..twTß. May II X V & ContT
Florida Havre. May 16. ._. French
Li«r^-ia - Gibraltar. May IS Italian
FRIDAY. MAY ».
•OclUc . Liverpool. May 21 White Star
•L» :---enor . Havre, May 23 French
•Advance '--■.'.. May 22 _ Panama
•V. x Havana. May 36 Ward
i*rr.j.~»-k*- GaJveston, May 23 Mailory
El Alba > . -!■■■-. May 23 So. Pacia<:
City of ■——--«■ HIHIMII Ma.v 26 Savannah
SATURDAY. MAY 3""*
•Aicerlica -.Cherbours. May 22 Harr.t>-Am
•Caraj-ania . Qu«enrto-«m. May 24 Cunard
Vta»2u _ Gibraltar. May 19 ... .Fabr«
Idaho .... Hull. May 20 ~ WSMib
ft Andrew Antwerp, May 17 — .....Phoenix
HMw ... Mobile. May 23.... — Mallory
•li.-ir.gs mill.
OUTGOING STEAMERS.
T&-r>AY.
VeE»el
Vessel. For. Lln«- Mail cloees. sails.
•United -.- E. ChllEtianßairf sca3-Aia 9:3© am 12:0uin
Xnru'.schlaiid. Hamburg. lamb-Am.. 6:30 a m 10:00 am
La favcie. Havre, French 7:00 am 10.00 am
Arabic. Liverpool. "Vj. •• Star 1 :00 p m 4:Sopm
M-rr- Ca*ti«i. Havana. Ward t< **"■ a m 12 «.<0 m
ilanoa, Bermuda, Quebec 1:00 pm 3/iOprr.
3>-r2:ir.?er. Bremen. N •; Uord 10:00 am
Ca.rj-'BtMa_ Naples, Cunard
Arapehoe, Jacksonville. Clyde 3^Opra
City of Columbia. .--. a .-..-.ah. sa-.anr.ah 3:O>ipni
31i--=;:ton. Norfolk, O:d I>?mir.jon . . . 3:O0 pm
FRIDAY. MAT 29.
Vipiiaccla. Nassau. Ward 12:00 m 3:00 prn
Rio Grande. UohUe. Hal] ry — - 12:(«)m
Jiimem. Ar*renrlca. Houytc-r. P:ooasn 12:00 m
Princess Ar.at, Norfr-!k. Oid Dominion 3:00 p m
SATURDAY, MAX 30.
Philadelphia, somhampion. Americas. 6:30 am 10:"i) a m
Carmajiia. Ljvtr;>ool. Ciina\rd ll^Oam 3:oopm
Ba&ii. Birbadoi. Uooth 6:(«)am 8:3" a m
fe-iTitoca. Ha\a.na. Ward 7:<«>am 10:00 am
Zuiia Curatao. lied L» BJOasn 12:O'i m
C:an;o. Saa Juan 1 N rtFl - ... *•:«> a ■ 12:00 m
Sibiria, Inagua. HamV-An ll:<»0ain ft' p m
Tupuf Colon. KM? P 12:30 p m 3:*'> p m
i:?l*xitz.tM. Colon. Panama 11:30 am 3:<«»pm
Graf "VVaiJerb**. Kairii»u:e. Hamb-Am 10:<«0 a m
Kbnipln Luise. Naples. N G Lloyd .— — 11 mam
Kroonliir.d Ar.tirerp. Red Star ll:O0am
ilirmefjiha, L-mdon. Atlantic Tra^s... 10 30 a rr.
>■.„.<-. ■:.;_■ G^Fgow. Anchor lO;f«~iain
Perupia. Narit-s. Anchor * — —
Comanche. Jatksor.x-jr.e. Clyd* 8:O0prn
Berber. Gal\ esion. llallory 1 2 /<0 m
Jnjr.»*town, NoTfolk. Old Dominion.... 300pm
Cit>- of Sa>-£nnaJ:, Savannah. Eavanj^h. 3:00 p m
•Part^is lost mails otly.
TRANSPACIFIC MAILS.
r«e£tinstios aad tte©m«r. Close is New Tort
Hawaii Japar.. area. China ar.-l Philip-
Tir* Islands ■ .« far. FraM-isco)— <"hlca.To-cay. 6:30 pin
JaW:. Cor*a. Chir.a and Philippine
Isiaadc «'\ia \'ancouver ar-d Victoria.
B O— E=ipre*s cf Japan May 23. €3" m
Hi'>i.: Guam and "..•■.. Islands •■•:»
= >.:. Fraricisco) — U S tTarsport May 31. 6.30 m
>;*»• Zealand. Australia (except Weil),
Farroan Iflanda aad New Caledonia
<v:a Baa FTaac:»co>— Forerlc May 31. 6:3« prn
Japan. Ooraa «r. 1 China specially ad
<3r*f«#d OBlyJ (via S*a:t>.— Saveric. ..Ju=» I,«-30pm
Jlawali. Japan. Omta. Ctsni and Philip
pine lrlttods (via San Fr&nciseo) — Man
churia June 4, 6:oopra
Japan. Cor»sa. China Bad Philippine lel
anfie svia Seattle)— Shinaro Mara... June 4. 6:30 pni
Jape.... Out**) China. an 4 Philippine. Isl
ands <-.-aa Tacomai ntaa ... ■ June 6. 6:30 p m
AurLralia (except treat). N'w Zealand.
Sanioar. Islanfis. Fill Mana* and New
Caledonia (via Vancouver and Victoria,
B O — Manuka .. June 14, 6:30 pre
Tahiti and Marquesas Islands (via San
Fraocisco>— ilaripcsa June 36 6:30 p m
SHIPPING NEWS.
Port of Nej^York, Wednesday, May 27 X>B.
invno.
Btaaaier Hamilton, B >«iz New-port New» aad Norfolk,
to tie O,d Dominion r? Co. -with paeser.pere and mdse.
l<rft Quarar.ti:.* 1 at 2:3* p m.
Sxtzzacr SaxatOß* Denroa Kavara May 34. to the New
Tork mi Cuba Mail =s Co. ■*■ 177 passengers, malls
aid Bkflai Arii^ed at tre Bar at 1:12 p ai.
s"e£- Pre>ident Lincoln — ■ Baton. Hamburg: May
36. B . tn.'- '■' and Pl>-mouth 15. to the Hamburp-Amer-
Ican Lire. Tilth 1<39 cabin. IM third cabin and 2<>S tteiir
uft r^M'V"'^ and rr.Sse. Arrived at the Bar at 1:52 pm.
Ftt-juner Petersburg (Rus?). Pliaialij Llbau May 11 and
Kotterdam 1«. to C B Richard & Co. with passengers and
radF*. South ■< Fire Island at 7:OT. pm.
ri<«n»H Skerries iF.r- Berks. Shields May 13. with
mdt-e. Pasted lr. Sar.dy Hook at 7j> m
-■■«■ ■ RomMial (Nor). Pkr^rlajKi. farr.a May 22.
Flearr.fr Comaactie. Watson, Ttiiaaniflli May 23 and
tastea 24. to the C3y*e S« Co. with paseecjrers and
ddse. Leit Quarantine at 7:27 a m.
Eteasier KroonlanS. Doxrud. Antwerp May 1«? ar.'i
Dover 17, a) lie Red Mar Line, with 12S cabin and -J&5
Unerase pase^r^ers and rods*. Arrived at the Bar at
7:3S r SB-
Bt»amr-r Elbiria Oe-> Kraii»e. Port-au-Prince May 7.
Petit Goave 6. Miragoane B. sJaot*r> Bay 11. fjreyt >«•
11.. Port Usaaa IS. Klngiton 21 and Ina-rua 22. to the
I-"«"".imr*r- American Line, with 3:-: pa»t*rjg<-rs t malls and
tr.*.-: Arrlvefl at th« Bar at 12:50 a m.
Ftefimer Tagrus (Br). Mason Barbados May 12. Trinidad
JS, f avir.'.l'.a 16. Cartagena. IT. Colon IS and Kingston 23.
to SsjJd«r»cr 4- Son. w-^th 171 t^Bs*rjrer». mails and
radf*. Arrived at the Bar st S .V> a m.
Fto*m«-r PathJlnder. Rarrour. Guanica May 20. to the
New York A Porto R:-X Ss 'To. with sugar. Arrived st
Ifac Bar at {• 4« r m. 26Ui.
Steajner Navigator <Nor>, Jaoobs-n. Guantaaamo May
22 -.r . Maxxanlllo 20. to -he Muc*or. p» Line, with Ft;gar.
Arrived at the Bar at 11:30 p m. 2<»*.h
Pteamw Brlrtcl City <Br). Carer. BrtMal May 10 and
, P^-aneea IP.. to Jame* Arkell 4: Co. with indse. Arrived
at •?.— Bar at 12.20 B m.
Steamer El Mar. Bums. Ga!\-cston May 21. to the
Southern Pacific Co. with rr. i»e. I^eft Quarantine at
11 C* a m
Oman 1 1 Vircenr. d: Giorrio fNor). Jaeobsen. Port
aaan ■ May 22. la the Atlantic Fruit C«>. with fruit
Arrived at the Bar at 12:26 r m.
Btaajaor Oceanic CBrt, H» Mod Southampton and"
Cherbourg May M) and Queennown 31. to the White Star
1/v* wMk 203 cabin and 207 f«*ra»e passenger*, mails
and Bafai Arrived at the Bar at 12:26 pm.
Fandy Hook. N J. May 27 S»:30 r mm — Wind southwest,
llfht breere; fair: haiy oil shore; smooth *e».
SAILED.
bteamere Majaatte (Br>. Focthampton via Plymouth
ir -. Cherbourg; Republic (Br-, Boston; Ftatendam <Dutchi.
Kottercam •.i» Boulccae; Nora <Nor>. Maootia; Kylerona
«'Br». Wllmtofton. N C: O A K::u- .se> : <Nort. Norfolk;
MaiUT»e. Norfolk and Newport News; San Marcos. Gal
■Moa 'Satiila. Brunswick; Eftor.ia (Rusf). Rotterdam
■ad Libau: Cubar.a <Cuban». Mataaaaa. Cardenas, ate;
J -.T7 Flplsmund ■•>•■-■ Fortune Island. Port-au-Prince.
«tc; Creole, Waw Orleans: Han«eat <Nor). Pernambuco.
I;i.f.:a. *tc; V*ra <Br.. Ft John, N B; Manna Hata, Bal
t:r:.'--t-
STEAMERS AT FOREIGN PORTS.
ARRIVED.
Hoii* Kong. May If llT—i <Er). New TTk via Algiers
cr.d Singapore.
Coj-i:h«*<?r.. If-y 34— Nlth <Ttr>. New Tork.
Gibraltar May 27— Indramay? «Br). New York for Hong
Konr ard'fhar.ffhai
Liverpool. May 27— Luear.ia (Br). .•<>»• York via Queer.«
town.
Bristol May 27 — Ei«*r City (F-r). New Tork.
}.>.-. Lirhtecfels (<3«rl. Sew Tor* via Kre
jr.act>. Adelaide. <*tc.
f, U( . 2 May 27 Uadeofels ">n <~a>it'.a «nd Colombo for
P.ost«-,'r. and New Tnrk.
Jishia. •>:.. 24 Cumber <Or). N»w York via Barter*
A<2*r». May 27 — In^raiHira (Bri s«ew York for H<-.r.|t Knee
M li!.-ha*-ls Miy 27— Atrato (Br). N'» York —.3. K:r.»r-
Fton Colon. F-arbsfloj, *tc. for Southampton.
Montevideo. May 26— Asuidcn -ie Larrteasa -En H*
' SUnfiUua. May 22— Neuenfel» •■■'<*■ New York via. Caps
Tcmc Port Nat-!. MB. '
James McCreery & Co,
25rd Street 34rth Street
AUTOMOBILE APPAREL. In Both Stores.
For Men, Women and Children.
On Thursday and Friday,
May the 28*h and 29th.
Men's Mohair Dusters. 56 inches long,
wide sweep. 10.00
Men's Herringbone Linen Dusters.
56 inches long. 3 50
Mohair Dust Robes. Blue, grey and
tan. 84 inches long. 2.75
Ladies' White and Grey Rubber Coats.
7.50
former price 12.00
Goggles - 4Oc
former price 75c
" with case ......,.".• 50c
former price 85c
2 3rd Street 34-th Street
Stem Brotlhiers
COLD STORAGE OF FURS
Fur-lined Garments, Rugs and Draperies
IX THE MOST MODERN' AND APPROVED METHODS. WITH
INSURANCE AGAINST DAMAGE BY MOTHS AND FIRE.
ALTERATIONS AND REPAIRS
DURING THE SUMMER MUCH BELOW REGULAR RATES.
ESTIMATES SUBMITTED AND ARTICLES CALLED FOR.
Lace Curtains Cleaned and Stored.
West Twenty -third Street
Boys' wash suits which take to
water like ducks — dyes are right.
Boys' wash suits which take a
mother's eye — fabrics and cut are
right.
Boys' wash suits in sailor, Russian,
Norfolk and double-breasted styles.
"Batiste" in boys' and men's cloth
ing is not the muslin-like goods ladies
wear, but is one of the finest of
feather weight woolen fabrics.
Boys' suits of cool gray batiste —
striped and over plaided, in Norfolk
and double-breasted styles; $12.50 to
$14.50.
Boys" straw hats, including those
for little chaps.
Boys' thin underwear, blouses and
shirts.
Boys' tan Oxfords.
Even*thing the fathers of the boys
wear in hot weather too.
Rogers, Peet & Company.
Three Broadway Stores.
258 842 126 c
at at at
Warren st. 13th st. 3 2 nd st
Excursions.
EXCURSIONS in
Mauch Chunk HP
Glen Onoko, The Switchback
DECORA TIOX DA V, MA Y3OY 30 .
$1.50 Round Trip Tickets $1.50
CHILDREN 75 CENTS.
Leave W. 23d X. 8.2(.>; Libert;- St.. 5.30 A. M.
Lake Hopatcong
DECORATION DAY.
$1.25 Round Trip Tickets $1.25
CHILDREN 65 CENTS.
Leave W. 23d St.. S..V>. Liberty St. 9.00 A. M.
Lake Hopatcong
SUNDAY. MAY 31
i $1.00 Round Trip Tickets $1.00
CHILDREN 60 CENTS.
I Leave TV. Sd St.. 8.50; Liberty St. iV) a. M.
STARIN 7^
' EXCURSIONS
STEAMBOATS AM) BAKGES
to all PLEASURE RESORTS oa
LONG ISLAND SOUND
and HUDSON RIVER.
ISagclfleent Saloon Eteamers "Glen** «r.l
•"Richmond." each 1.200 capacity. *"»•* OulL™
COO capacity Barges of all rlzes.
Bun Jay School* a Specialty.
OFFICES: CORTLANDT ST. PIERS. N. T.
'Phone 12«« r-nrtinnilt J
RED BANK LIIUE.
Leaves F anklin St. Pl»r 24 N. R.. dally. 9 A. M.. 3
P.M.; Su:.3ay». 0 A M. only tor Highlands. Red Hank.
etc Eic 50c. Trolley to Long Brajrh. Asbury Park.
ft Thomas. May 2«. 8 p m— Guiana (Br), New York for
Demerara.
Para. May 25 — Ma<J«-tr»n»o (Br). New Tork via Barbados.
Elr«rar>or». May 2«— Ka'orra (Brt. New York la Co
lombo for Haas Kong. etc.
BAILED.
Palermo, May 2<5 — Hard America (It'll), New York
Southampton. May 27. 4 p m— Kronprlnr<*«in CeeliJa
«Gert. New York via Cherbourg: Teutonic <Br>. New
York "via Oi'rNvirr and Queenstown.
Hull May Alacta <P.r«. New Yrrk
Lisbon. May SS— Valrtta. (Br) New York.
c. Vir.rent C V. May 3*— KlDt^rraa ißrt. (firm New
York). Adelaide. Fremamit. etc.
Colombo. May 27— Kaiembe tßrt, BaaMa and New York.
PASSED.
Gibraltar. May 27— LucWawanna (Br), Na«) York for
Pon'-a " Fcrrarla, May 27— aim tDo. Hue:. a for New
York.
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. THURSDAY, MAY 28, 190&
Best in the World.
HAND
MADE
LINEN
COLLARS
NORKA A new model
EARL. & TTTI^SON
Excurstons.
DECORATION DAY
Up the Picturesque Hudson.
To West Point, Newburgh,
Poughkeepsie and Return
BY SUPERB DAY LINE STEAMERS
"HEN PRICK HUDSON," "NEW YORK."
"ALBANY." AND "MARY POWELL."
Leaving Desbrosses St.. R:4O. 9:40 A. M., and 1:49
P. M.; ■«'. 4-_»d St.. ?:o<t. 10:00 A. M.. anil 2:00
P. M ; W. 129 th St.. 20. 1O:1'O A M.. and 2:20
P. M. Returning Jue W. 42d St.. 5:30 and 40
P. M. Orchestra on each boat. See Steamboat Adv.
CHARMING EXCURSIONS
Daily except Sunday to tamo points. Leave
B'k'yn. Fulton St. (by Annex). S. Desbrosses St..
40' TV* 42d St., 9: W. 129 th St.. 20 A. M. Re
turning: on down boat due 421 St.. 5:30 P. M
MORNING AND AFTERNOON CONCERTS.
DECORATION DAY AFTERNOON EXC.
TO WEST POINT
STEAMER MARY POWELL.
Leaving Desbrosses St.. 1:45; W. 42.1 St.. 2:00; W.
129 th. 2:20 P. M. Arriving West Point 5 P. M.,
where connection for New York i.« made with Day
Line Steamer "HENDRICK HUDSON." Excursion
fare $1.00. Also choice a;i»n buying: tickets of re
turn by any T\'est Shore or N. T. Cent, train, or
Btr. Ramsdell. $1.10. Parad". Public Buildings, etc.
Decoration Day
AND
Sunday Excursion
STB. HOMER RAMSOELL
For West Point & Newburgh
TiaiM foot PRAXKLI» ST^ ©.OO A.M..
WEST 12BTH ST., U.SOA.M.
.\EWBV RCH «.OO P.M. l
WEST POINT 7.00 P.M.
Round Trip, 90 Cents.
DINXEC SERVED ON BOARD.
DECORATION DAY TRIPS
Hotels and All .Expenses Included.
Atlantic City 3 day*. .SIO.OO
Marara Falls 3 days.. 15.50
Washington. D. C 3 days. . IS. OO
Bermuda 10 days. . 64.00
60 Tours to Europe, 6 Around the. World. Travel
Tickets Everywhere.
THOS. COOK & SON,
245. 1200 BROADWAY. 649 MADISON AYE.. 663
FIFTH AYE.. NEW YORK
DECORATION DAY
EXCURSION TO NEW HAVEN
Superb it'amer RICHARD PECK will leave New York
from Pier 2% Ea*t' River, foot of Catharine St. ,')0 A
if., foot East -£1A St., IU.iX) A. M.; due New Haven 2»j
P. M Return due. New Yoik 8:4.1 V M. Nearly all day
on Long Island Bound. Two hours In New Haven Music
Restaurant, Lunch Counter. Tickets. $1.00; children. 50c.
CU n v r c tx&i tickw toJall
Itineraries any Information. L.--»•L .--»• Possible Rates free
HEXPBH KSDN'S «Est K7S. 343 Fulton St.. Brooklyn.
Surrogates' Xoticcs.
IS PURSUANCE OF iN ORDER OF HON. ABXHR C.
Thoma*. a. Surrogate of the County of New York,
notice Is hereby given to ail persons having claims
against Matilda A Elder, late of the County of New
York, deceased, to present the lame, with voucher*
thereof, to the subscribers, at their place of transact
ing business, at th« office of Duer. Strong * Whltehead,
No. to Wall Street. In the Boroutrh of Manhattan In
me City of New York, on or before the 12th Jay of
Augum next.
Dated New Tork. the 30th day of January. IPOS
ANNIE E. MUNN. ADALINE M. E. PETERS.
Execu trice*
DUER. STRONG * WHITEHEAD. Attorney* for Ex
ecutrlces. No 50 Wall Street. Borough of Manhat
tan. New York City
Lo,<?/ rtrw<7 Found.
LOST— ON MAY 2.V FROM 22 EAST «6TH BT.. TAP-
J anefe fr-3 n 'e!; fenr!3!e; crlored white and black; aniai]
ttze: r.ar black head. with little white on forehead and
a belt rof». Literal re» «.r«I on iclurn to J. P. X I RUIN.
72 Em: *>Ui ■«-
OCEAX BTKAMCRS.
To England It Continent
By the Large. Fast and Luxurious -Twin-Screw
ill ii ITllllllM and Passenger Steamships of the — —
• NORTH GERMAN LLOYD
CONTAINING ALL MODERN APPOINTMENTS.
KAISER D. GR..-.June 2! D ER F F LIN GE R . . . -Ma> - AI , nERT Junefl
KRONPRINZ SSIN .June 8 " E Jf.'4V.,- IrR«T'1 rR«T' June 11 P IRKNE Ju" e *>
K CONVECTIONS TO ATHENS. CONSTANTINOPLE AND ALEXANDRIA
" North Gorman Lloyd Traveler* Checks good .II over the world.
Apply OEUUCH3 CO.. General Agents, 6 Broadway. New York, or any Local Agent.
~ >>. SEMI-WEEKLY
*&& V> From Piers 51-52-54
* «V /^"/^ North River " N. T.
/^^ ©QDKMIMD [LDMI
*» Queenstown. Liverpool. London. Paris
y\~)1 Including the World-Famed Steamship*
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x (SAILING WEDNESDAYS)
J Largest. Finest and Fastest Afloat
yrjK x^^ For accommodations and all particulars apply to
4s^> THE CUNARD STEAnSHIP CO., Ltd,
>7 or Local Agents NEW YORK BOSTON CHICAGO
lrflAIMBKafl!»O-^»«iER3SAM
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London— Paris— Hamburg.
S. S. DEUTSCHLAHI*
SAILS MAY 28. 10 A. M,FOR
PLYMOUTH. CHERBOURG AND HAM
BURG.
A la carte service In prill room -
Splendid accommodations.
D>chrd.May2s.lf>aml Amerika. June •
Wd'see.May 30.10 am P. Llncolp J une °
■S. S. MOLTKE Tnaiy.
SUMMER CRUISES
to NORWAY. NORTH CAPE. SPITSBER
GEN. ICELAND and Northern '- ari' a ' R ' D >
well known P S OCEANA. KRONTRIN
KESfIN .E-IIJE. and METEOR from
Hamburg. Bend for illustrated pamphlet.
TRAVELLERS CHECKS ISSI ED.
HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE. 45 Broad
way. N. T.
AMERICAN LINE iro » tt F it, r A 5 ' M. *'
PLYMOUTH— S'THAMPTON.
Philadelphia.. May 30|St. LouJ»^ .. --£»■•
Oceanic (White Sar Line Pier 44».June->.Uam
New Tork... June 13 ; Philadelphia. - Jure -.
RED STAR LINE yxom ai v [\ r i' m. "
NEW TORK— DOVER— ANTWERP.
Kroonland....May 30 Vaderland Jun« i£
Finland June SiZeeland June -^
WHITE STAR LINE g^.^
NEW Q NSTOWX— LIVERPOOL,
Arabic. May 4 Baltic. June 11, .'. T'^n
CelUc. ..June 4. lOaralCedric.June IS. 10 am
PLYMOUTH— CHKRBG— S-THAMPTON.
Oceamc.june 0, 11 ami Adriatic. June 17. 10 am
Teut.->ni.-.J'inlO,;i>am Majestic. June 24. Iltam
REGULAR SAILINGS TO JTAI V
NEW YORK & BOSTON 1 V» a ' ftLl 1
PASSENGER OFFICE. 8 BROADWAY.
THOS. COOK & SON
24f>. 1200 BROADWAY. 64P KADISOM
AYE . 563 FIFTH AYE.. NEW YORK.
GLASGOW VIA LONDONDERRY.
Caledonia,Ma3o,loam|Furnessia.Junel3,3 prn
Columbia.. June 6.n - njCalifornia.June 2O.n'n
SALOON. $«2.50. $07.50 and $72.50.
SECOND CABIN. $42.50 AND $45.
THIRD CLASS. $27.50 AND $25.75.
HENDERSON BROTHERS. 17-19 Bnay.
T>ED "D" LIKE.
For La Gu-yra, Puerto Cabello.
Curacao anu Maracaibo, via Curacao, call
ing also at San Juan P. R.
PS PHILADELPHIA ...Sat.. June fl. noon
S.S. CAP.ACAS Saturday. June 20. noon
For La Ouayra, Curacao, Muracaibo.
S.S. ZULIA Saturday, May 30. nooa
S.S. MARACAIBO.. .Saturday. June 13. noon
These steamers have superior accommo
dations fir passengers.
BOI'LTON. BLISS ft DALLETT.
General Managers. 82 Wall St.
SUKMER TOURS TO EUROPE.
Under esccrt. leaving in June and July.
3S to 60 da>s; all expanses. $19-"i to $4SO;
comprehensive itineraries; leisurely travel:
pood hotels: experienced actors; lim
ited membership. Send for itineraries.
MARSTERS TOURS. 31 W. 30th St.. N. T.
Europe Parties, Jun» 15.20.27.Ju)y 3. Clark'*
Crul«es of the "Arabic." 16.000 tons to
Orient^ Round the Wor!fi££ '£5
F. C CLARK. Times Building. New York.
STE.VMBOATS
IEIOIIL IM EEUISII.
n^nnrrnc^nrifyi (^Mwnn^/ATrn^ryirr^rfn
[FEiPLES HE
New York — Albany
Ptr. ADIRONDACK leaving New Tork
Friday. C a w.; MORSE leavinjc New Tork
Btr. C W MORSE leavinff Nfw York
Sa V r£r V Ot N. R.. 6 P. M, West
12»th St.. 6:30 P. M.
Round Trip Rate $2.50
Returning from Albany or Troy Sunday nig
FPLKNDin ACCOMMODATIONS. U>
MSP RSViEft row lime
PALACE IRON DAY LINE 6TEUM&RS.
L*a\e Brooklyn. Fulton St. »by
Annex) ■ S:0O A. M.
DeabroMM St. Pier i'? A. M.
•• West 42,1 St *> (V > A. M.
•• West 121.th St 0:20 A.M.
landing at Yor.kers. West rclnt. New
b-'rch Poughkeepsie. Kingston PMnt.
fatski'il Hudson and Albany. Thru tickets
and baggage checked by N. 'i. Transfer
Co Easy connections North. East ana
We?.: AH thru rail tickets between N. Y.
& Albar.v accepted. Mo»t d«Jl«htful one
<Tay outing" to West Point. Newburpli or
Poughk»erfle. returilne en down boat.
F.estaurant r.pen at 7 A. M Music.
Also Meal Becoration Day Outings
To WEST POINT. KEWBURO. POVOH
KFEPSIE and return by SUPERB NEW
Crn "HEXDMCK HUDSON." leaving
T)e«brosses St. f1.40 A. M.. West 42d Pt. 10
A. M . West 120 th St. 10:30 A. M.. return-
STEAWE g*S A|SV t PJ WEIL
T^axir-tf Bt.r2 .P.iM.:iTTert l :4S St.'. M ;
«>C Vs"%« ■2F M ■ '»«\ "', - »
p m dally, except Sunday, for High
Falls' West Point (returning by boat or
raiK Cornwall. Newburgh. New Hamburgh,
Milton Foushkeepsie. P.ondout and King
■ton Orcnestrs. on bo( iI.
ff^^TTSDdDfLIL E^ K NG
Vii/ for catsklll Mountains all points,
Hudson. C'oxsackle. Weekdays fool
Chri«topher St. «P. M. Fare. $1.2\ Sum
mer Resort. Hotel and Boar-ling House Di
rectory with CatakHl Mountain Pictures.
Free. ' Address Pier -43. N. R.
desks axt> imn firmtimk
ROLL TO *•
OFFICE
FURNITURB i
In gr»at variety
of style ar. .
price.
T. O.
6ELLEW.
11l Fulton St.
BII.LIARD AND I»O«»L T«.BI^».
UANUFACTUKERi of billiard and pool ta
blea: nigh tja.lt. bowllcc all- . tiuil.!«-r».
!.»••■. i r1c»». Mars \>f •• -♦ Union » . -»r«-
OCEAN HTKAMKRg-_ _
From Piers 51-52-54. North River.
TO LIVERPOOL VIA QUEENSTOWN.
PASSENGERS BOOKED THROUGH TO
LONDON AND PARIS.
Carmania.May3o.3pm|Caronla.June 13. 3 pm
Mauritania. Lusltanla.June 17.4pm
Campania... June 6 Umbria.June -JO. K»am
SPECIAL NOTICE.
Owing to drydockin? at Liverpool and
consequent d"la> In arrival, sailing of
eteamer "MAURETANIA" from Newlork
has been postponed from Wednesday. Jun«
3. 9 A. M.. to Thursday. June 4th. M A. M.
The MAURETANIA * LUSITANIA. the
largest an.l fastest steamships ln the world,
will hereafter Mil on WEDNESDAYS, in
augurating a new SEMI-WEEKLY SER
VICE.
HrNGARIAN-AMFKIfAN PERVICB.
TO FItJMF: VIA
GIBRALTAR. NAPLES AND TRIESTE.
CARPATHIA.Mny 2H. noon; July lrt. ?»pt 3
SLA VONIA.. June IS noon; Auk 8. S*pt 2*
PANNONIA luly 2. noon ; Aue 20
VEHNO.V H FROWN. Hen^ral A«»>nt.
21-24 State Bt. opoosite the Battery.
DURAm DAY
SPEND THE HOLIDAY
IN A DELIGHTFUL SEA TRIP
TO
Old Point Comfort,
Norfolk, Richmond
AND
Washington, D. C.
VIA
(OlL]] DOMHHOI L!5(I1
The only direct Lin* to Old Point
Comfort without change.
A Short Vacation "Without an
EquaL Round Trip Tickets, in
cluding Meals and Stateroom
berth on Old Dominion steamer,
$14 OR $15 .
Returning ail water or via rail
if desired. Steamers sail every
week day at 3 P. M.
Tickets and stateroom reser
vations, Pier 26. North River,
fool of Beach Street.
TELEPHONE, 3000 FRANKLIN.
DjANADDAIft IpABOFBC
DAILY TO
CANADIAN AND UNITED STATES
NORTHWEST
SreMi!E ADHD IPSD3BTLABB©
Via any Trunk. Line to Chicago,
thence to St. Paul.
From St. Paul by the magnificently
equipped, electrically llehteJ trains of
the Soo Line and Canadian Pacific.
FIRST-CLASS SLEEPING. DINING. LI
BRARY, AND OBSERVATION CARS.
TOVRIST SLEEPERS.
Through the Grandest Seeilery on
the American Continent.
£3TAsk tor your tickets via Canadian
Pacific.
For rates and Information apply to E
V SKINNER. A. T M . 45* B'way. N. Y.
LF©:? LPcDtpfi® LJBj3(jD
Steamships or the RED "D" LINE will
tall from Pier 11, near Wall St. Ferry.
Brooklyn, for San Juan direct as follows:
S.S. PHILADELPHIA. .. Sat.. June 6. noon
S.S. CARACAS. ...Saturday. June 20. noon
For freight or passage apply to
BOULTON. BLISS & M.LETT,
Genera; Managers. S2 Wall St.
ITALIAN i. S. U55E3
•NAVIGATION!: GE.NERALE ITALIAN A.
tLA VELOCE (Fast Italian Lice).
JITALIA Soc'.eLa de Navigazlon« a Vapor*.
TO NAPLES AND GENOA DIRECT.
•Ligurla June 31 ' >"">rd America. Ju • 13
rAncona from Phila June 10
HARTFIELD. SOLAR! & CO.. 50 Wall St.
STEAMBOATS
GiTßlEii LIE
. New York— Troy
Str. OREENPORT leaving New Tort
Friday. Hay 29th.
i From Pier 48. N. R.. 3P. M
Round Trip Rate $2.00
h! -May gut or Monday Nleht. June Ist.
EXCELLED <"riSINB. ORCHESTRA.
All the Way by rfi\ (7^\ (p\ crp /^rs r\ n
Water Between [0) Ij||© T[ 0 j [Ml
New York ■& [O)iyj(S) [] [Uj[fjj
via Lang Island Sound and the Atlantic
Ocean. Metropolitan Line Express Tri&le-
Screw Turbine Steel Steams- ; .-<
YALE and ifSll^n
Flnejt Water Trip l n the World.
Fast and Luxurious Steamships. AH at
tributes for safety, comfort a:-.-! conven
ience. Leave N. Y. weekdays and Sundays
Her4s*X. R.. foot West 10th Street. .'. P. M
Leave Boston same hour. Due either city
8 o'clock following morning.
Tickets and lcservations at Pier 45. N. R.
and at principal Ticket. Tourist an! N. Y.
Transfer Co onVea in Greater N. Y.
Express Service for Passengers.
Freight. Horses A Automobiles.
PR (U) IT (ID (\*l ANP points in
LtJ VW U \±U LVI NEW ENGLAND
FALL RIVER LINE la Newport and Fall
River. Lta\e Pie r 19. N. R.. foot Warren
t<t.. daily II 30 P. M Steamers PRIS
CILLA and PURITAX. Orchestra on each.
NORWICH LINE, for New London and
East. Lv Pier 4«». North River, ft r'ark
*>n ?t.. week days only, 5 P. M • Pier 70
E. R.. it E. 22d St. 8:30 P. M Sir*'
<"itv of Low*] an,j i -haati • W. <'harm
NEW HAVEN LINK, for New Haven
Hartford ami Ncrth Lv. Pier 29 E R
week days only 2:4.% P. M. : foot East 22d
St.. 3 "<i P. M. Steamer Richard Peck.
On Decoration ray Steamer RICHARD
PECK will leave Pier 2S. East Rl\er. at
PBO A. M.. K.-v^t of East 22r.i <• 10:00
a M Instead of 2:45 an ! 3:00 P. M re
spectively.
CEMTRAL HIIfIiQS'iDN LIRIE
Pughkeepsle and Kingston Week <Ja>» 00
P. M. For Newbur*. Mr. leaves Pier "4.
N. R . we-'k days 5-<X> P. M
ct]nt>aYS . l>lFh *•- •*• M .io a. m
nVEWRITfUV
TYPEVCRITINf. of every description: Milan
called for and delivered in city limit*
mil! piers ir^mptlv executed. Smith A
Monroe. 34 1 * West 14th ft.
VICTOR VISIBL.Q 79 Nauau at.: rata
|KM free, all make* taken part pay
ment; bargain* In Underwood*. R»mlnc>
ton*. Oliver*. Fmltha
STAMPS AND COINS
OLD COINS, mrdala. paper money, bou*bt,
•old. ;....«. l_ KlJ«t. 33 E. S3<l at. N. X.
„-. ■ , pry coops. _ , _ ■ « ._. : ■_ I ■_■'_-_ zt pyx " - c P?yL- 1 : : - v_ _
TUI V& /A Tq> [All
jU r r
FOURTEENTEI STREET. West of Fifth A^ena*. ,
Great Underprice Offering of
Women's High Class Lingerie Dresses
• ♦ Sale be^an on Monday with such success that
■*3T- we cannot promise all lots after to-day.
16.98 11.98 9.98 6,98
Made to sell at Made to sell at Madetr> ■• .at Made to sell at
$25.00 to $39.00. ! $20.00 to $30.00. $13.00 to $22.00. $12 to $15.0«.
Exquisite Dresses Principally Princess models of sheer silky mull
or batiste, elaborately trimmed with finest laces and ernbroidertea
—beautifully designed white, pink. blue, hello
"Red Ticket" Lot
Women's Tailored Cloth Suits
All new this Spring— majority bought within last four weeks.
About two hundred in all— red tickets mean ?:r»at reductions.
Suits that were Xow^ Red Ticketed
$15 to $69.93. 9.98 to 4&.93.
Fabrics lrrju-1. all this Springs leadlr* ~**v.»-E>lal3 and far.cy— black
and colon — coats— A «Teat opportunity tefcre th« HoUitay:
To-day, Also:
Jumper anl Princess Dresses ! Rlcxi Silk Dresses
Foulards— Taffetas— ]f\ ,f\ C \ Princess. Jumper—^ 11 AO
values $15.00 to $18 00 J V,VO worth $2->.OO I 1 I.VO
llbiiil styles with laces. French knots and Faulards. Yarre'»s. Far.cr -*—-— s'-ljra>
contrasttnsr "trim— with anrf without lace checks. light and M »r:a<le»— «*_
KUlmpe*— best colors, including r.avy. plain. lor-4 and trtmir.-4 ln •-.-.a.-=:a» e2»cts. J»
dotted and figd in newest effects. • I cludln hand «mbrotd-sry.
Smart Outing Millinery !£S3Si
Ec? our extra fin? assortments for Decoration Day ar-.d other trips....
Equal style, quality and quantity are not to be found a: our prices— Mul
titudes of customers declare it.
SAILORS-WALKING HATP— READT-TO-TTEARS— ■) <o . ..
every ate. *«« «'-raw ar.4 -,0V tO 6.50
color. Including- all college colors — >
CARNIVAL OF VALUES
Ending Hay 29th!
FOLLOWING FOR TO-DAY
NO MAIL OR TELEPHONE ORDERS.
59 Ct St^ctri!!? Silks ... 33
J>.l-able Rough finish Silks— rull *— «—
— 24 --- Black. Cfcampagn*. Brown.
Pe«eda. Cor»nhagen. *Bcm, Lt. Brae.
Nary. Pink. White. Cream.
Limit— l 4 yards.
4? ct. Eaglbl Koiairs ... 29
Fine Silk finish— »4 Inch black and best
colors, to hi '■'■"* two shades of navr.
Limit— l 2 yards.
14 ct. Corded Gingli2.nis - . %Vi
Mill UaastlM Plain stride? and checks
in best color?— 27 Inches — qia.lty 13
great .l»mand at full price;
Limit l2 ;.-arf».
14 ct Yard Wide Percales . . 7
Be«t Spring styles, includins th« pepolar
Black and Whit- Hairlines and Polka
Dots — and tinted grounds.
Limit— yard*.
69 ct. White !?£„.* Flannels... 36
Fine, unshrinkable quality— twenty new
patterns in hemstitch acd scallop.
Limit— lo yards.
10 ct. ™£ Cambrics . . . 6 <
Soft quality— Bleached and MM by
the tilllilawj Company — Like, selllns gold
dollars at 6T. cents.
Limit— 20 yards.
39 ct. Lace Alic-vers .... 19
Val. lac- aliovers and Inserting effects,
also strong Torchon effects.
Limit — 12 yards.
98 ct. L7^n Table Linens . . 52
Beautiful quality— full satin b>arh— jpet
Fleur ■> '-:* ■■* Floral de»!arr«« — H
Inches wide — Housekeepers' opportunity *
Limit— Six yards.
21 ct. Hue** Towels ... .12
Pla* or heavy— 2os3*—ki»m'd— colored
broch* or white Damask borders.
Lirr.it— Six.
Sanitary Dia^erinj— lo-yd. pcs.
Best quality— absorbent — _
22-inch — usually $1.10 .'9
20-lncn— urually JS .72
Limit — One piece each.
$2.25 reader Bed Ticks . . 1.14
Full and fnree-quart«r sizes — ready to SB
— made in cur own factory-
Limit — One.
$3.65 American ?i££s . . . 2.39
Size 5x5 ft.— United State? Standard
Bunting -- .double stitched Stars and
— Notbics better made!
Limit — One.
$4.98 Suit Cases 2.98
Cowhlia leather— 24 Inch— linen Used—
extra deep shirt pocket — capped corners —
strong leather handles outside straps —
brass look.
Limit— One.
49 and 59 ct. Beys' SMrts . . 27
Mai: is aad Percale— figures, dots ar.i
checks — 12 to 14 neck-
LJmit— Four.
$1.49 Couci Covers 85
Not the pear, fftmsy quality you may
think, but heavy Tapestry in haddsorr.e
coloring!! — full length— fringed.
Limit — One.
From our recent purchases at
ALEX. F. SMITH & SONS AUCTION
and other underprlce lots from two well-known manufacturers.
The following remarkable values in Axmlnster and Brussels Rusrsr
ALL WOOL SMITHS VELVET ANTJ
TAPESY BRUSSELS AXMINSTER RUGS. AXMIN?TKH nrri
9x12 ft.. 6x? -ft,
best made. Newest patterns, 30 styles.
Reg. price J17.95, Re*, price tM M ,- x - 4 ...\.O
12,79 11,98 si x 72... ....... 2.0*
l^.yy I l.yO Kes . ,2.55 and $W*-
KISSION r BRE RUGS— THE LEADING SURME? HUGS
LOWEST PRICES AT WHICH THEY ARE ANYWHERE OFFERED
6x3 ft 4.96 !M x 10.8 ft . . .7.98 !•xl2 ft S - 69
Elsewhere 53.95. 53.9S and $11.95.
Greatest Waist Department in the City
Silk. Net. Chiffon and all kinds of Washable Fabrics— Everytiijjf;
* New stores give more space — all goods displayed for easy selection.
"The place for Waists is Hearn » To-d3y: —
womeci LIBERTY SATIN WAISTS—*, i TAFFETA SILK WAISTS—
white, b-ack an.l IMi uotoia ' black and »h!t<» or colored stripe* —
charm effects t> tth Oriental and «labora:» ><»•• sffects at V.i!. lac»
Val. la.-»». Point Ventse Medallions I and t%n<ry »t!k— also el*taat!y fl
anl Freich knots — elaborate aAO tailored with French knot* and 3.^)
■tyle»— -vorta **•!« **.<*> J butt«:>— regnlarly $4 OS to **£»•■
Sale of Stamped and Decorative Qoods
Continues To-day!
$ r .58 Women's Jackets . . 4&)
Black Broadcloth as 4 T^t? Covert*—Olt
a^vay and ■••-i.f.-- '-->r'» — or
•trapp*? 3»arr« «:k !!=«l— ail ait**.
Limit —
lr
$1.98 Women's Kimonos . . .%%
Cr»pe. C*!all!# acd Fln» Lairn— Jap«re»>»,
P»rs!aa >nd <-r>rc.«rt'.» 1 »nal patters*— yck»
back *?.*. front, -»--h coctrastlrj satla at
la^ra bands — all sizes.
Limit— Tiro. '
98 ct. Maids* Aprons *%
White Tan — «ty!»— with *UJUt<
d<*r straps of er>*n or French Kaij'j^
wide strings — <}»»p h»ir» — full eat.
Limit— Tir*e.
$:.25 Women's Dress Eats . .6T
Chip. aVJM aal faorv braid— blaci. -t'
ura!. burnt, brown, — Gai23ber«nS*
and Sailers.
; sl^9 ChUdren'» Hate. . .'. .M
TThlta Lawn — hand shirr*-! vr «?njrf
crown*— -<Inublp ruffles edf^i wi'S lac» of
etnb y !r.«*rt:r;«;s— *H« satis riSbon or
ro*etteg — «lze9 M 5 ■••««.
Limit— On-.
f
$2.98 lingerie Waists . .; . 1.T4
Ttae -^-c— Mull and Eatist— fronts • t&
Cv» or seven ra»s aaß •■• separated by 9u»
tucks — it al'ov-r emb -1 ■»•►!: mjrc'z'l
fsur?s »>jT:are yak- entirely et V*t. %c»
Inserting!" IBM — b*au*'.?ol
■waists at a marr»Hor»ly low -rle«.
LI.-:- " I
£9 ct. G!ris* G^impes . . . ..35
■Ftr><» TTh:-« Law? m-j I'-* shirt -»■»!?£
»tyJ«. H. P. collar and cuffs — tucked bacic
and front— 4 M 1* years.
Limit— Two.
'69 ct. Boys' Pan*s .....
K~*# Tants and Blc*»m»r« et "CSs-.-lPts.
Tweed, <'a*.«!rr:e.-*s. alsn pur» "- •- "-—
duroys — taped "seams — pate-st ■waistSasia.
cold-fast buttnns^ — 3 to 15 years.
Llrn!t — Three Pairst
49 ct. Rose Sprays 22
Three Jack or Pink Baaaa. «M • V
Limit— T»<x
49 a. wan Vnierwear . . — .i*M
Ribbed Baibrißgan Shirts— Tr-B- 11 ! nA
sateen *ro c t. pearl buttons — drapers to
match, with e-xtra loublw seats — al: sla*a,
Limit — Three Sets.
Special Lnnciies
~:-lay (Thursday)
11^3 to 2^5C
V- 1 ■;-•;;> '--» and Bears.
Maaaaftaa >• •■'- Masher!
rotators. ?!:ce<i Plrieapplo.
Tea m CMH ...... .20
rot 2—scup.2 — scup. R.-iij«t Lcn:^ St«w«<J Cora.
Strawberries. B**aal -"-»»—.
Tea or CofTee . ■ .S3
<o. 3 — Chicken Soup % '\ "•-.-•
Deviled Crab. Teuifciluiii Cutlet
or Roa« Duck. .-;••->- FrunesL
s!!ee<l Tomatoes -»ltS Lettucs.
Novelty Ice Cream.
Tea. CoSee or Mi'.k .-59
!J customers rrefer. •-»-.- can '-sv* lea
Cream Instead -f •'-•- ■•^'^rt.
Breakfast r»«::v. <> •-. II A M.

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