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PRY CrOOTIV The Leading (7/\ Tailored Hats 1 Specialty y£ •/<■ /7 _ ' NeW Models House. Cy&-*+^2 /^ y^--^ SlO. 512.50. Sls First Great Showing xl Season FALL SLITS, DRESSES, WAISTS Women's Tailored Suits $28.00 $38.00 $48.00 to $125.00 It isn't a question of whether you choose the opening day, the next day or the day fol lowing— you are invited to inspect this stock jiiid pet thoroughly posted lor future purchases. We are ready to show you now of that which is newest and which will prove a Strong influence in the modes. We specially emphasize our ability to meet all demands as to Price." (Quality and Taste, and we especially cail atten tion to our $28.00 Tailored Suite We have a most inspiring collection at this economical price that are marvels of excellence. Young Women's Tailored Suits $25.00 $28.00 335.00 Up An immense assortment of the newest fashionable fabrics, distinctively, youthful in their texture and colorings Cut on youthful lines and tailored up to the standard of best cus tom work. Hisses* & Juniors^ Tailored Suits | $22.50 • $25.00 $33.50 Up Mothers will appreciate the skill, care and effort we have put into these models. Generously cut and liberally finished to meet the proper requirements of the -rowing prl. An inviting. T-aeeful fit is effected, the proper freedom and juvenile air i=. there. Black Suit Department V.-.. have at once the most complete and representative IfanunS Good! Dept. in the city. Every! ? from the effec tive plain tailored suit to the more severe and daring possibili ties carried nut in fine broadcloths. ilc'JeJ And there is no dull sameness, for Cheviots. Diagonals. &c, nrp lir^clv roprospntc«l. T\fmJ a^Nl styles prevail all through, and every thing characterized by moderation in price. House and Street Dresses • $22.50 $29.50 335.00 Up \n immense ■iiwilnmil of the most bewitching models we have* ever shown at one time. There are many extreme styles that call for fi-ure moulding-, obliterating the hap line and giving a fU The U elileSn is altopetlier 100 varied to give anything like Mails in bo general an invitation. ETeniUs ani Atternccn Go^ns in Satin BucHesse. RlcH Brc^aclotiis, Kessarine, Cniflsiis, &c. Waists 1 Waists ! ! Waists!!! All the good things come to us We vis], you to sec them all and KB nvt you to come early. vhUe the Bhowing is unbroken Nets. I^ees, Silks. Lau rns. Crencs. Flannels. Cheviots. Wool Batiste, lingerie, &c. Attractive prices prevail tfcrensteoiit tMs ma^nificeiit as sortmeat. Fur Department And there are no fancy prices, for ye mark our furs to carry exactly the same small mar-in of profit as we .mark pur other merchandise. ..' L \ - "' - In totlec to yourself don't D: committed to any selec tion" before you tan visited cur Fur Department, 3d floor. JOHN FORSYTHE Uniadway and Ei-hicer,th Street. A, Jaeckel & Co * FIFTH AVENUE 7? - MA>XFACTURIXG and IMPORTING FURRIERS Announce Tneir Showing of the Most Fashionable European Hotels IN Coats, Pelerines, Stoles, Scarfs and fluffs together with artistic models from their own workrooms, in all the fashionable and desirable furs. Russian Crown and Hudson Bay Sable and Silver Fox Skins 384 Fifth Avenue and^Sfsts. . TELEPHONE, »4«— OPTICIAN"}. •r-HE ' ANNOY T.V. GLASS problem *^r»«s«; lh« '"!» and tilt Is done away *lth by our patent all ebell covered nose ti,« mhich prevents the screw from cut- Leg the ncoeV and Insures firmness and -* Rtli S^pJllfsiTEß C 9 W. 41 " st.. between % h and 61b are*. Bring jour prescriptions. THEODORE MUSBOnrP. optician: eyes tested g'.aaaea carefully fitted (repairing*. 3367 Broadway, between 27th and 28th sts. H. KANXE. Eyeilght 6r»eclallst: reasonabl* chart for «-yesia«»ea . consultation free, IC7 61- Nicholas eve., near lieth at. WALTER It. PROtTTT. optician: prescrlp » Uon work a rpeclalty: tenses duplicated: r<-p&iricc- Broadway & '■-■ st.. opp. subway. JOHN E. METER. Optician. 638 6th aye.— Ocultota' prescriptions accurately filled; rrpalricf : dips that hold. • CA« AND EI.ECTRir FIXTTRES, SPECIAL SALE en t «n<T 8 Light Fixture*. rich gilt. Tou will rave 60 I*r lat or. tee dollar. Union Gas Fixture Co., •r: WEST 29TH ft. PHOTOGKAPHIC PrrPLIES. - OOOD. QUICK e«.--.!i-« la kodak developing * > amd prlntlr.g.: 3. T. Llcj d, 123 Wcjt 87Ui - •ft.. earner CiaaZvraj'. ■■■ . - . t>ry noons. ANTIQI ES. Genuine antique furniture, etc No repro ductions. 6hß Lexington aye.. cor. CTtb St. BRIC-A-KRAC- and Art Treasure Kepalr liig Co.— China and glass neatly riveted. 805 AniKieroam aye., near 74th. AT KIILES ART GALLKRY, 106 West 42d at . near Cth aye. — Antique*, curios, old 3'Kfls. silverware, rare fans, palntlnga. MlßaatUl— and vcaiivr.B. «>id cold bought. EEBASTIANO GRASSI & SON. fine cat-l neUnaking. upholateiing; antique furni ture ao'.d. repaired; French polishing. 314 Main ar.d South Broadway, Yonkers. JC. Y. VI SALVO BR«X» — Antique furniture, bric-a-ljiac. Sheffield and solid silver. BSS «th aye- g7th St. t.i. 2248— Mad fr-q ItESTAVHSMS. • risliT'Kff!lT.M l » German Itoauurant. 105 LiyibLTHlsW W 114 E. 14th. Importer of WUrzburger Uofbrau. 1 ..b-..e! Genossen tctsfubrltu. OLD GOLD AND SILVER. GOLD, silver, platinum, diamonds, rubles. sapphires, pearls, emeralds, pawn tickets; valuables bought. John D&ley. 654 6th ava. WORN- OUT ; « 'nd »llver bought by H. , Ti«n'» Sons, sold and silver refiners. ■ Jots (L ' . ' NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 20. 1908. DRY GOODS. _ /^v Q : Restaurant Eighth rth Floor^ ■ ■ ; ; ...» ,►; :—: — ;; — _ . _ — ; — - — . .v^ .-■ - ■■■ ■■ ■. -^— ■ orientalTrugs. Saving of 30% to 40% In this Sale, SIXTY-SEVEN, thousand dollars' worth of ' high grade East Indian, S Turkish and Persian Rugs and Carpets just withdrawn from the bonded warehouse have been added to our ■ already mammoth rug stock. The above shipment of Rugs is the first allotment of our Fall Rugs, and we be lieve that our clientele will find in them a saving of 30 ' to 42*4% in com parison with prices prevailing among exclusive dealers. tw Fourth noor. . We will sell Oriental Rugs in large and s mall sizes at prices which heretofore have had no parallel in Oriental' Rug merchandising. For lack of space we can only quote about eight items, which are indicative of the values which will prevail here during this sale. Note -the following: — 97 Royal Mossuls, y/ 2 to 4- ft wide, xupto 8 ft. long \ 42 Beloochistans (smaller than the above) '. J 64 Ghenjes I • no Royal Shirvans ; Ltf 5 . tI.O; T\ 7 Khiva-Bokhara? (large enough for a den) /S' ll'® a J'\J 5 Souraks or Cashmeres, size sto 5J i ft. wide x7to 8 ft. long; 3 Kazak Rugs, 4x7 ft. . V Each. 16 Royal Kis-Kilcm Hangings .. . 1 ',.. 12 Anatolian Silk Rugs, values up to $35 . / THE ABOVE LOT we have placed in one tremendous pile on our floor. The values average from $28 to $35— but the Afghans are valued from -S4O to $50 however, they all go at one price, regardless of coloring, or cost— and while they last gJg^Q will be sold at • • • • 175 Exceedingly Handsome Persian "Rugs Collected within a radius of 1.900 miles of Tabriz. Sultanabad and the present capital of Terehan. It takes months and even years to get a tremendous quantity of these Rugs together. Included are-Antique Bijai or Royal A largo number of Royal Saronks or Kir- Shiraz Rugs. manshahs. Rugs from Tourak— exceedingly 16 Hall Runs. 3 to 3'z ft. wide by 1. to Id wonderful designs and blended colorings. ft. long. _.— -. -> Old-fashioned, intricately designed Tera- 22 Royal Afghan Rugs. This part of the shipmentn t would be a treat for anybody who is interested in Oriental Rugs, as the designs, texture, coloring, etc., are not commonly seen in this market. We have made two lots of this part of the shipment, and marked them as follows:— LOT l-lncluding Kurdistans. ] I LOT 2-Including Royal Kinnan- 1 •r ■ phans. /t- ere? e?/T)i - Iran? L «T>B Ro >' aI Saronks. [ $57.5>U Royal Shirvans c^^^.o/^ Afghans (values 545 to $60 each).... j " . (values $95 to $125) J J m ' fT\ 247 Large Size Oriental Rings- or Carpets. This shipment represents practically every rug-making district in the Orient. A limited number of the Rugs shown are as follows : — Persian Serapi Persian Muskabads 35 Rugs, from the Rug-mak „'• c,/ iP< Rugs from Khorassan . me provinces of Turkey in Persian Sultana Dad Several Rugs from Hydera- in§ . I> ro^ inces U1 lurke > in Persian Mahals bad and Calcutta in E. India Asia - These we have divided into three sepa- TURKISH RUGS, ranging in size from sxio to 9xl2 values up to $laO Sale <S;QS rate lots in our Rug Department. ' price 1 •; "* SAVALON RUGS, size 9x12 and thereabouts PERSIAN GHOREVANS, .Scrap is. Mahals, etc.; mmi - k i „ , , ' ■ «iie ranging in size 9x12 to 9^xl3; val- 1,17 —values $175 to $200— Sale price $i^s ues $200 up to $275— Sale price * <!*>' 27, ROYAL KIRMANSHAH ! RUGS. of all the Rugs from the Orient, this particular weave is most suitable for Drawing Rooms,- Music Room? — or. in fact, any room in which one wishes dainty tints to prevail. •» » We have determined to sell these Rugs at what is known as the wholesale price. They have &"J ASJ been selling at from $4, $5, $6 per square foot— the price while they last will be per square foot. . <4>»«' ( <* « We- will 'simply mention the prices of a few single .Rugs, as follows: Size. ' Value. Sale Price. 1 1 Khorassan Rug, ttx12...... .." 595.00 1 Afghan Rug. 9x7.2 $110 $67.00 ! 1 Rova i Meshed, 12.9x7........ 5225.00 1 Turkish Rug, 11x7.3......... $100 $48.00 | 1 Royal Kirmanshah. 12.10x8.9 $500 $290.00 1 Royal Serapi, 16x11.3........ $550 $290.00 1 imperial Kirmanshah, 9x15. $840 $575.00 1 India Rug. 9x12... $157 $95.00 1 Persian Khorassan.. 12.6x9.6.. $275 , $147.00 1 Cashmere Rug. 10x8... ..... $95 $45.00 Jj?~, 1 Imperial Kirmanshah, 14.4 x - 10 Shirvan Rugs (size about 3^xs^) S i°^ 10.2 $575 $585.00 | 6 Kazaks $1 /45 1 Royal Serapi. 14.4x10 $400 $190.00 | . 4. Anatolian Silk Rugs... $14.50 1 Persian Mahal, 20.8x10.3 $300 $190.00 ' 6 Royal i=ouraks (small size).. $35.50 340 NEW ANATOLIAN RUGS were among the shipment. The colorings are crude, but will improve with wear. We have determined to sell them at what it | o 'olD costs us for the ad valorem or specific duty per square font, namely ° ORIENTAL RUGS, Important Sale of Be^innins: Monday, Sept. 21st, and Continuing Through the Week. We arc the pioneers in removing sentimental prices on ORIENT ALS. A tremendous purchase from a prominent importer compelled to realize on his stock, enables us to offer the very choicest rugs at a saving* of nearly ONE-HALF. We sell them practically on a commission basis at a small margin of profit. - A FEW EXAMPLES. Silk Rugs, Sarouk and Kirmans. Mahal Persians. . i Sires Sxs to 4x7 ft. . izr>s to 14 Bxlo ft L $15.50, $32.50 ancl $55.03. Sale Price, $65.00 to $125.00 ; | Af^3ian>. - * ! Mossoul, Khurdistans & Kazaks. £ giMW«: ; Sizes to 4.6xS ft. Mostly Antiques.) /_t $75.00 tO $275.00. $12.50 $18.50, $24.50. c _ v ; Serapi Gkorevans. i Sizes 12.nx!>.l to 15.2x11.2 ft. values SJ'io.OO to $:;00.00. Hall Runners and Stair Strips. Sale Price, - $135.00 to $195.00. A Magnincent Collection. T .. '. _ ■» «- Genuine Antiques. . ' iSftia ZIIQ. TUrklSfl. Sizes vary. 3.5x12.2 to 3 6xlo 4. piz^ (iTill.:, to 13.r.x0.10 ft. \alue J40.00 to $160. Worth $85.00 to $200.00. At $25.00 U $80.00.-. Sale Price, $55.00 to $! 20.00. Such a magnificent lot of Rugs as repre sented above has not been offered in years. 1 3th Street. Sixth Avenue. 34th Street. \ CARPET CLEA>"I?rO. • THE C. l\! BROWN CO. Carpet & Rug Cleansing 221-223 EAST 38TH STREET. Telephones. 1531 83th— 1841 3Sth. Dust and Dirt Blown out, not from . Surface only. ;.-...• 83 years' experience In Fine Carpets & Rugs. N.Y. CARPET CLEANING WORKS Oldest. Largest. Most Modern. 437 AND 430 WEST 45TH ST. ' Tel. — 4603 Bryant. Established 1537. W. H. JORDAN. EDWIN LENTZ. J. & J. W. WGLUM £§$ W. B4TIHI ST. Columbus. CARPET CLEANING. . Established 1878. CAREFUL CARPET CLEANING CO.— Cleans by eompresesd air. steam, hand or on floor. 1&34 Broadway, 421 East 48th st. COE & BRANDT. Tel. 132— 38 th. /TRY A. H. KALJIAN'fi repairing, wash cleaning, storing of Oriental rugs. 410 4th aye. Telephone 1081 — Madison Square.. TYfE WRITERS. .:j.\ I BARGAlNS!— ltemln*tons. tIS: ! Ham mond's. Callgraphs. Bllckensderfcra, Franklins, $10 up. "Atlantic" Typewriter ; Exchange. D»pL "T." No. 241 Broadway, K. T. .'..... '.._•, VICTOR VISIBLE. 70 Nassau it.; cata logue free; all makes tak<n part pay ment; bargains in Underwoods, Reming tons. Olivers. Smiths. ' " _ _____ ___ ___ PATENTS. *""' tr anTc M. ASHLKT^" M? eT ~'~' Attorney and Expert In Patent Causaa, ' . - Tribune Building. New York. DRY GOODS. ORIENTAL RIGS. BUSINESS CHAN* F.». PATFNT« OFFICE OPEN r« 3 iUl 1 ! Jl *-> TILL 7:30 P. M. K. HERZOG. 118 NASSAU ST.. N. T. Patent Attorney and Consulting Engine*-. INCORPORATION, J3?.. Includes cert!P. t ate» everything; corporation manual free. Lawyers & Bankers' Corporation, Tribune Building. IMPROVED. self-cleaning. germ-proot *tcne tube filters.- Unk. "Acorn." ft Advance Filter Co, 15fll Broadway. WANTRD. — Information regarding pood business for sale; not particular about character, size or location; prefer to deal with owner. Give price and full descrip tion. Address E» Darbyshlre, Box IBOZ Rochester. N. Y. WANTED.- Information rej-ardlns; good patent which would be money maker: only Inventor who wishes to sell outright or on royalty basis need answer. Give price and brief description. S. M.. Box i»S4. Rochester, N. Y. A SOUTHERN ■ going corporation offers $20,000 worth of stock, guaranteeing 15 percent. Adi'.if!'* Box 122.. I^jr»l, Hl?». LAWYERS. ABSOLUTE. PRIVACY: immediate atten tion; business; personal, family dl.Tlcul tles; settlementi secured; no fee unices iuc reesful; difficult ; cases I specialty; advlc* free. HENRY A. BTKINBOCK. Ml Mor ris Bank Building.' £l East 123 th st. (Even legs and Sundays. 134 West 13Dth at.). E. T. CHAPPELL. lawyer. — All matters; ! advice, free; t&tlifaction iruaranteed; ref erences."'B33 Broadway, New York City. ALL. . LEGAL. I matters promptly attended to; consultation free. JjtfX Adjustment Cos-- P« n y .- 600 Fifth , ivi., , corner . 42d »t. DKT GOODS. RAILROAOT. MEW «SEr BEHITfIAI TWO-HOUR TRAIN TO PHILADELPHIA EVERY HOUR ON TUB HOUR. FOR PHILADELPHIA. Lv. W. - ST.: 6.60. 7.50, S.JO, 8.50. 9.50, 10.50, 11.20. II. CO a. in., V2.i>v. 1.20, 1.60. 1" 50, 3.00, 4.i0. 4.60, 6.50, C.60. 7.60, «.50. 11.50 p. m. i-undays, 7.50. 8.50, 9.50. 10.50, 11.50 a. m., 12.60, 1.50, 2.60, 3.50. 4.60, 6.60, 0.50. 7.60. 8.50. 10.20, 11.60 p. m. Lv. LIBERTY 5T.:— 1.30. C.30. 7.00. 8.00. B.SO. it(M». 10.00. II.HO. 11.30 a. in.. 12.00 noon. 1.00, I.SO. 2.00, 3.00, 4.00. 4. 50, ii.uo. Coo. 7.00, 8.00, 9.00 p. m.. 12.15 midnight. Sundays. 1.30. S.W». 9.00. 10.00, 11. a. m., 12.00 noon, 1.00. 2.00, 3.00, 4.00,5.00, 00. 7.00, 8.00. 9.00. iO.SO p. m.. 12.15 mldnignt. FOR BALTIMORE AND U'AsHlNti'lUN. Lv. W. 23d ST :— 7.50, 9.60. 11.50 a. m.. 1.50. 3.30, 5.:^). tf.6o p. m. dally. Lv. LIB ERTY 5T.:— 1.30. B.iM\ 10.00 a. m.. 12.1,0 noon. 2.00, 4.00. a.OO, 7.00 p. in. daily. FOR LA KK WOOD ANU LAKEHURST. Lv. W. 23d ST. :— B.BO a. 111. (12.50 ,--at«. only), I.CO. 3.20. l.r.c) p. m. Sundays. 6.50, 9.50 a. in.. 2.20 p. m. Lv. LIBERTY' ST.: — ».00. 10.00 a. in. (1.00 Sats. only), 1.30, 8.40. 6.(H» p. m. Sundays. 7.00, 10.00 a. ni., 2.30 p. m. FOR ATLANTIC CITY. Lv. W. 23d £T. : — 9.50 a. m.. (12.50 bats, only;. 3.20 p. m. Sundays, 9.60 a. m., 2.20 p. m. Lv. LIBERTY ST.:— IO.OO a. in. (l.fO fats, only). 3.40 p. ni. ■ bunaays, 10.00 a. m.. £.30 p. n>. ■ • • VIA ALL RAIL.— Long Branch. Asbury Park, Ocean Grove Ac. Lv. W. 23d ST. :^ 8.20. 11.20 a. m.. 132.20. 1.00 Sats. only), 1.20, 3.20. 4.30 15.05. except Sats.). 0.20. 6.20. 11.60 p. m. s-undays. 8.08 a. in., 3.R0, 5.20 p. in. Lv. LIBERTY ST. : -4.«), 8.30. 11.30 a. in. 1 12.40, 1.20 Sats. only). 1.30. 3.30. 4.45 (5.15 txcapt Bait.), 6.80, «..;>» p. m., 12.01 midnight. Sundays, 3.30. a.15 a. 111.. 4.00, 8.30 p. m. SANDY HOOK ROUTE. -For Atlantic Highlands, tea Bright. Monmouth Beach. Long Branch. Asbury Park. Ocean Gro.e. &•-. I-v. Pier 81, N. R., Toot V\\ 42d St.:— 10 00 a. m . 12.30. 3.10. 4.15. 7.4.'> p. m. Sundays, 8.30 a m.. l«0. 7.45 p. m. Leave Pi>r 10, N. R.. Font Cedar St.. 10 20 a. in.. 00. 3.45. 4.45. 10 PL in. Sundays, lu.oo a. ni.. 1.30. S.lO p. m. Time tables may be obtained at follow ing offices: Liberty St.. \V. 23.1 St. (Tel. Dielsea 3144>. Piers lo and 81; K. R. 6 Aster House. 245. 434. 1300. 1.164 Broadway. IK? 22.'>. 281 Fifth At.. 270S Third Ay., ill West 125 th St., 24.'> Columbus Ay.. Nev? York: 4 Court St.. 343. 3-1-1 Fultcn St.. 47» NoFtrtnd Ay.. Brooklyn: ::00 Broadway. Willlamsbursr. New York Transfer Co. call* for and checks bagTKae" to destination. LEHIIGIi. VALLEY. ! Foot of W. 23<1 1 : Ci>rt!andi& liesbruwessis B. •Dally. Sunday: H7.S.V. 1'9.-J5.g:<5.d9.45.n?it!i. i5.4.y Lv.X.Y..A 1-v.N.Y.. S Huffalo Fxpress *a 7.40 « v •»; mi am Buffalo-Chicago rtTpreaa.. "li 9 411 * M '•isaoam BUCK IiIABO.MI l:\rKl.M.s MI.HaH •lJ.COli'iC <:hlcs(ro.'r.voni« Kxpr»"(> *nr..40 P >; 'is torn tiik urn .mo TItMN. '7 55 pm •>* m» » Ticket OfllcM: sWaud ilw) l(roiiT:i»ay~ ~~~ New Vi'.rk — New <)rl»ina BOUTHEBM PACIFIC COAST. Southern Pacific LOST— BANKBOOKS. BANKBOOK No. 434.705 of the Union Dime Savings Institution Is mining Any per son having a calm to It In ! «rrr>> called upon to present the sa:n« within ten days, or submit to having !<alrf passbook can celled and a new "n.- issued. PIANOS ANJ> OK(i.IXM. We buy for tpot cash second hand pianos: •end postal and representative win call we have Btelr.way bargain*. Win Piano Co.. 17 East 123 th st. •- FOX SALE. MIcnoSCOPES. guns, mathematical, «ur gical and ■urvrytnic lnntruinents: unre deemed pledges a specialty. - Nlcklln'a Old Curiosity Shop. .103 Park Row. ■ \ JJIRRORS, large and smalt: framed, un ■•• framed; bargains; • for auy purpose. JLjout. 142 West Slat »L DRY GOODS. Two Blocks /nf|^|r^TTT7. it -A IT^A^/fTC 1 W - 20t V Ut Jr. U iWlhh' fmmhm 2M l«> Sixt ~ Ayc * Established Forty-one Years. ■ . -... .. ::■ -; ->ie^n-e Our Delivery Service in New Jersey I Telephone sroo cle r sea Is the Host Complete of Any New York Store sroo Chelsea Sale ; of Irish Point Lace Curtains At Less Than Cost of Importation Regular ................ $5-oo _$7oO_!_^oO_|_sisfO_|_Jicloo_ Special."!..... ....1..: $3.00 $5.00 I $8.00 $10.75, $14.00 Sale of Nottingham Lace Curtains Silk Velour Portieres } $7 - ; -^ fnnrioLwk +t Half Price Made to Order, Per Pair f^7.5U ; 3,000 Pairs at Flail i-nce , R eg nlar Price. $40.nn. .;'. A timely purchase at a big sacrifice enables us Being made to order, you can hare the colors to make this unusual offering. If you have in , to matc h the furnishings of any room. We will mind these popular and serviceable ace Cur- , take or d cr3 during this week to measure, make tains for one or more rooms you have the oppor- ; d ha These p ort i ere 9 are made from tunitv to buy them at just half what you would j 9Uperior * qaality ?i ik plush, all finished . with ordinarily have to pay. French heading, interlined with doable faced TT l p „ :, _ i arC c variety of unusually pretty teasel cloth, lined with extra quality mercerued desiens to select from. satine. Bound down one side and across bottom designs to select irom. «5 O l«no with edging to , match material. $J~JSr\ Regular $2.00 I $2.z0 I $3-00 $3.50 ? $3-00 Special price. for one week per pair X7.OU Special $1.00 $1.25 $1.50 $1.75 1 $2.50 O-Xeill Building-Foarth Floor. Rare September Bargains; in Rugs, Carpets, Linoleums M Oilcloths Royal Wilton Rugs Three Popular Sizes at Very Special Prices. $35.00 Wilton Rugs, 9x12 feet. $29,75 $32.50 Wilton Rugs. B#xlQ^ feet... $27.50 $24.00 Wilton Rugs 6x9 feet :.. $19.95 Olkloth Remnants 2 to 5 square yards. 25c. quality. 1 ii O. 35c. quality, » 2SC at, s.q. yard. . )11 OC at, sq. yard. S *xJ\, 49c. quality, ) sEfr at, sq. yard.. ) •J'*-'w Extraordinary Special Valuss in the New Woo! Dress Goods for Fall broadcloths at $2.00 and 52.50 per yard is attracting much attention, Sale of Imported Scotch Novelty SuitJngs.Sl.OOa Yard; Value s2.so 56 inches wide and imported to re- -A (f\(T\ tail at $2.50 per yard. Will be *P \\ 9 \JAJJ offered Monday at. per yard SMin rrunena, 5.,,n Strip, H,™ anH I S.rij« Sg...^ shown extensively m taupe and sereral smart «.ok rings 01 - O'Neill Building— First Floor. Extensive Showing of the Most Popular Silk Fabrics for Fall and Winter Wear Comprising the latest weaves and colorings for street, carriage and evening wear. Monday's special offerings include the most desirable Dress Silks at prices that will^carcely be matched_for equall grades $1.50 One Yard Wide Satin MLessaHiie. 98c. Ml pure Bilk satin MessaHne— a splendid quality, very bright lustre, street and evening shades^ also white and black. Value $1.30 per yard; £)g c special at ....-•••-••••- ;•; • • "*"J_*" 69c Taffeta Silk at 49c Yard \ special offering of 3.000 yards heavy quality colled Taffeta Silk, i" a splendid assortment ot the most popular street and evening shades also white and black. Value 69c. per yard; special at BTKAM»r».vrs IB)fiM@ c Tr^IMI AK3) PO^IS IN ISiyJQ) tl lyilKJ NEW ENGLAND LONG ISLAND SOUND ROUTES. St Dally. .V"O P. M. Strs. PRIM ILL.A and COMMONWEALTH. Orchestra on each. PROVIDENCE LINE Via Pro lv Pier IS. N. R.. ft. Murray St.. week day*. £00 P. U. Stn. PROVIDENCE and POT OUTH. Orchestras. NORWICH LINE Via New London an! East. Lv. Pier 40. N. R.. ft. riarkson ":• week days. 5.0,0 P. M.. Pier .0. Jtlt. It K. 221 St.. 6.30 P. M Sirs. « IT I ? OF LOWELL and CHESTER W. CHAFE*. NEW BEDFORD LINE For Now Bed ford, Martha's Vineyard. Nantuc-ket arrl Care Cod points. Lv. Pier 40. N. »-•»• • !ark»on St.. w*ok Oays. «:0O P. M. " trs MAINE and NEW HAMPSHIRE. NEW. HAVEN LINE For New Haven. Hartford, Sprlnpfleld. and Ncrth. ween days only. Lv. Pier J?. B. R.. £« P. "■• Pier 70. i: p... ft. E. 2Sd St.. 3.00 i. m. Str. HARD PECK. BRIDGEPORT LINE We-lc days only. I.v. Pier 2S. B. R-. r.ear Catharine St.. fir. NAUGATUCK. 11.00 A. M. Str. BRil».r- PORT. 3.00 P. M. I.v Pier 70. L. ..ft ],;„„ 22<t St.. 3 :<i> P. M. Telephone MOO Cortlandt. or write for information. F. c. COLEY. A. O. P. A . N. E. N. CO.. Pier 10. N. R.. New York. &«» BIVEiR IBM LIME PALACE IKON DAT LINE STEAMERS. Lv Hkiyn. Fulton St. (by Annex). 8:00 A.M •■ Desbroos'S St. Pier 8 4'> A M •• West 42J St »:OOA.M "We.it 129 th St 9:21»A.M Landing at Yonkers, West Point. New buisjh. PouKhkeepsle. Kingston Point. Catii klll Hudson, and Albany. Dally except Sunday. Thru Tickets and baggage checked at office of N. Y. Transfer Co. Easy con nections North. East, and West. All thru rail tickets between H. Y. and Albany a: <■<■! te.J. . Most delightful one-day linings to West Point. Newbursh. cr Poughkeepsle. returning on down boat. On Saturdays, «it West Point. Full Dress Inspection, with the Hand, at 1:25 P. M. Meals served at all hours. Music. STEAM IMV POWELL Leaving Desbrossea Ft. at 1:43 P. M.; West 4M St.; 2 P. M.; West 12»th &L. 2:20 P. M . dally, except Sun-Jay, for High land Falls. West Point < returning by boat or rail). Cornwall. Newbutgh. New Ham burgh. Milton. Pcughkeepsl*, Rondout, and Kingston. Orchestra. tr 3^^!^ rrT> f?T\ rrti "TT 3 fTI" l\n »>lrecl all water [flyjlnl ISIyJS) THi 4 Itan I Jne Express U lyjlfU ISjliil^) U Viyu\jitanlJneF.iDrew ■ , ■ Turbine StS t •• I , — — Steamship* t-are »3.ti& JJ j£ [9 M A 4/7 •» 3 m Takeihe U i^lLl£L «fi ITiI «^ AtyA J» ! ii» from ior *•: N. X.. near foot ChrUtophtr El., week days an.l (Sundays. A P. M . due I lent on x A. M. next day. Same schedule returning. Tickets, etc.. at pier and prin cipal Ticket and N. T. Transfer Co. otScea. Kor POUGHKEEFSHS ana KINGSTON. Irom Pier 24. N. R.. week '!<>•• 4 P. M. For MKWB\ BGH, week dajs. 5 P. M. CITNTkAY^ I Prom Pi»r 2*. S. n.. U A. M. MII>t>AZ O jv.>»t 128 th St.. »:30 A. is. PUT GOODS. Tapestry Brussels Carpsts at Big Price Reductions. Regular 65c. quality, at per yard 48c Regular 9Sc quality at. per yard 69c Regular $100 quality at, per yard 7°C Linoleum Remnants— ) 29c 5 to 10 square yards; regular C prices 49c. and 59c J «quareyd. O'Neill Building — Fourth Floor. $2. 50 High Grade Broadcloth, $ 1 .98 In black and colors. 54 inch chiffon, spot-proof broadcloth (ready for the needle),** ; fS Q in a splendid color assortment and<s(/ J # yQ black. Value $2.50 per yard, at... 69c 23 Inch All Silk Satin Liberty, 49c In a good assortment of the m^st wanted fall colors, also ivory and black. Value AQr 69c. per yard ; speciar at rx w 98c Black Dress Taffeta, 69c Yard 1.500 yards 32 inch wide high grade black Dress I Taffeta, very bright lustre. A Taffeta we recom- I mend to give absolute satistac- ■ f)QC Value 98c. per yard: special at V7W I O'Neill Building— First Floor. STEAM BOATS. |fp|D^p|MpEp|| HUDSON NAVltiA'liu^i CO. pr-npi vs f Strs. c. \V. Mor« or PEOPLbS Adirondack leave Pier 32. LINE N. R . « Canal St.. 6*Ht .. ... ! P. M.. W. 12Uth SU. o:3l> New York— p M .. Yonkers 7:13 Albany I P. m. daily, FARE 11.50 _._,__..„ btrs. Dean Klchmond CITIZENS eT Greeoport lv. Pier 44, I i-v-k N. R-. ft. "W. 10th St.. 6:00 P. M. daily. Sun- New York — day but. touches at Al- T^ v banv - ROUND TRI? Troy $260 MAfHINEKT NASH GAS & GASOLINE EHGDIES Specially adapted tot running electric light tnx. domestic water supply and Cr* pr-'tec i.un plants (or country homes and estates. Economical, simple and absolutely reliable. KATIIBEQAL KSBETEB 0© B , CHICAGO. BOSTON. NEW YORK. CLERNANI> A CO.. elevator »pecla.tle». k «-ner*i machine work, repairs and sup plies. t>4 Grand st. THE MIETZ * WEISS GAS AND OIL ENGINES; stationary and marine. 1H U< 100 h.p. Aug. Mletz, \3» 3lott at.. N. Y. DENTIST!*. DR. F. U MfNSeLI*. Everythinc In modern dentlsury; cro«m eni brJd«e specialist. 13<t Broadway. N. T rraout-nni M. A. POI.ATSCHEK. Decoration*. Cablnel Work. Furniture. Ipholatery: city, coun try. 84 West 35th sL TeL 483 A —3Bth PLATIMi. BILVKTIWARE. statlon<-Ty. chandelier*, braes work ma<le new: half prlc*. Cea tral Mfg to.. 177 East 87!^ at BOORS FINANCIAL reference books. 1-oor-s Manual. Voody's Manual. 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IS* West 73th et. 61ST ST.. «2 WEST.— Large. w *i Uf1 r !, I fai^ ■ room* la doctor's hoy—; »*•»» ences; irentlenjen. - 1 v -•■ ' • | 6IST ST.. 349 EAST.-L««% n «il^l rooms; bath v piano; «2.a» up; ..g ing: board optional, private •■•»• "^ RI3. •... J. .. • ' ' ADVERTISEMENTS a=4 ■ fUb»erlptteßs fj^ The Tribune. r.ceiTed at "^J^ltn OOce. Na 1364 Broadway. *>*« w «* a . "^ and 37th iU.. ucur » °"< jL/-'-teiiowb>* «trtl»ements lecelvel a» the " , branch offlces at regular oec»T»t»» , . o'clock p. ■». »!».: 3«« * th .SI if •fH cor. 23d »C: 133 «tb. »v», «Si"' . »Siweta E»it 14th St.: 237 We»t 42J -t. fc*« "JJj 7th and ?th aye,.; =<C : West >=«»"*•.• j!;W 3d a*».; 182* 3d aye.. near *t»« ■« v '^ . . Ist a»e./near nth St.: 157 East 1-j^ *- • 758 Tremont ay*.: MO m »":• *" American Dlstrfct\Tel«xr»Pn offlo*.