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BURGLARS ROB CLERGYMAN
Make $5;000 Haul, l^ien Chased
from Another Hcvse.
After a lively Feri*>s= of in ■- i(irTl ' c two
bonrtar* Rot away with 55.W0 worth .ol
jrv,rlrv and >ilv#rware at M«ui«- \ crnon
ifc^o Fri-lay nipht. Tli«> plunder was ob
tained At the home of the Rev. l>r. Charles
H. Tyndall In South Stxtli avenuv- Dr
rr-ndall. na?tor of the Reformed - Chvrcn.
? nd Mrs. Tmdall discowrcd the rol*er>
rn their return hotnq after an eveni.'Jß s
CbMBCC. The house was in disorder.
About the time the Tyndalls returned
lome T riianninc Moore's family, who
live nearby, wet* enpaped Sn a lively chase
after • pair .-f t.ur^l«rs Mr. and Mrs.
Moore were asleep when Mr. oric ?«
brother <>r Mrs. Moore, arrived fvitne. He
«Rt on the porch to finish a clpar. and a
feu nfaatea laicr entered the hous*'- - oe
irj: a li«bt in the dininc room he v>^t n
and surprised a well-dressed burplar J**^'
ir.K thr ibio t=ilver in a suitcase.
The a*toni*hcd thief dodged around , to
the other .-ide of the laMe. and Mr. St«*.e
<3a-hed toward him. The two men ran
ground the table until Mr. and Mrs. Moore,
aiouted by the hubbub, iwhcd downstajr?.
losrther they disappeared m tUc dirccUon
js: the Harlem Itiver track*.
One of the bursars evnlently had cone,
fwiv in his bare feet, as a pair of Shoes
v as" found on the front piazza, near a tun
<J<5W by which he had entered.
JdAKIKI INTELLIGENCE
VINIATrRE ALMANAC.
Sunri^. «:1«: MMMt. r.:ll; moon rises. 9:-l;
■ noon's as p t -'••
amm •WATER. % v p M
A.M. r-M
r.afcr««* ■• 11:11 H:r ' 4
'Cowmw'i »nd .-..• \Sk »*•
a«eU ' ■" WIRELESS REPORTS:
TM Mir.nrwnska. rrported "^ T3O miles «5t °'
r^rirtv Ho.k at I<> a m jestci-day. 1* expected to
«jc-k" Monday Inrrno-in. .
The Balti.- r^ponrd »s 373 inilrs r a «i of t-an(3|i
Hook nt V> a ni jestcrday. is expected to IMB
lfcm forenoon. ,
I.a Touralne. rei-nrtcd pr r.T.T mll«« '"*«• r«l
}|<»^k at 1" a. >n jesierdaj. U cxpt-ctcd to
dfK-k *thi* forenoon. „
Ttir Fi»."i«-ri- k d^r <Ji^s?e. rrporf"! *f- ■-••*-
mii»s or Band? nook »t «>:.■>• a m yestcraay.
if- rx|i« *• •) to dod( TMe*aay fcir^noon.
Tii« VjulTlaiid. r< port< ' a« MS mi!" ea^t or
Plißdv Hook at 1" a m >esterday. If «-xp»cted to
<i>ck Monday forenoon.
INCOMING STEAMERS.
DAY. x
Vessel From. LJn«.
•M<»b:«*v *. . .VmCttt'OctlS Ward
•<hrrr4i*>e *. - Turk.- Island, Oct 1« < - lyde
•JVir-u ' ...... Barbados. Oct IS.. Lamp i. H
•Iji Tomaine. ...Havre. « »ct ••* French
•r^'ti° Uiwn-01. Ovt 13.... Whit* Star
t 15 Ancnor
• \llianc* »CH«tob*U Ocl It l'anama
'■-'- --^^t^Srt - .-ml.^;
OncinnatV.: Oierbourc Ort «--- H *Ti»'fan
j-an <Jio\anni SCaftc*. Oct » ltalian
Ceta.'ose ...Hut-Na. Oot "
MOXHAY. OCTOBER 24.
. „. r. ■ Boot*
-*nemannia K.n P *ton Ort M Han J^. A '"
Vn»t.a Mmejia. <-kt H Italian
SSSni «■««. Ort b trench
Vadrrltnd Anl»<n'. Oo« A«> ««« «■£
,-4caxanuah .. .?svann«n. Oct -I Savannah
I"''* 8 \>w orl-sns. « H* 10.. ..50 Pac
:* n ", ; : : : j»< kwmvmr, oct 21 ava«
Imo "-"" ".ah eston. Oct I*. So Pac
TIKfI'AT. OCTOBKR 2-V
• w wi'Viin II .Bran«*. Oi-t 1^ KG lAm/4
-nnTli" ...::: i.Kinertnn. Oci l-ft.-...R M B P
>fMMCca • ■ ■ .T:lnldad. «>rt 1^ ]>^ I
-TlKva™ - HaNana. Oct 22 H ar«l
„a rTifi luacvia. Ocl 2<» Hamh-Am
V>i!rv-hd»rO...!".rnurn. Ort 15 N ii L.I«V4
• v^tin* Alcierx. Oct 12.- . —
T>n _ Kaliea HtiMva. Ocl »
tt a j , Urinio ' <;..!v«."li. Ort 1». Ms jorv
>l»me. Tanij.a. Oct 1« Maliory
•Brills* mail.
OUTGOING STEAMERS.
UO-IJAT.
Vail Ve^nel
V«»»»l Pot. Unm. cl«ses. *alls.
'rtomnim r«mtiiii'-ih".IWI.llKW»ra i:<«op m
fc»tiae. liiunfwirk. Maliory... 1:00 pin
TCESOA.T. OCTOBER 25.
VlM^lißl T^-. Bremen. XOL a m 1"^?* ™
, J-:vr««Tn. I'oUerdam. H At..... "SSJJS
, .f <'olu3abus. Savannah. Mv - .. '«' r m
.Aiajaioe. Jstksonvllle. CUtf* 1:00 p in
•WBDNE?DAT. OCTOBKR 26.
C«mr«nia. LiverjKwl. Cur.ard IJ»« ni 10:fV» a ro
r Grant Harnburr. H-Am...l":'"> »• TV 1:<»»P">
Tc-itoMv. S-uthampion. W i=.I1::«0am S^PM
M«r« L «R. Grenada. Trinidad.. 1«."<»> a m 12:OOm
*»i«t«c rnnre. P.alila. rnn(e.l2:<C»m .I:(irtpm
: 3r»*uols. Jacksonville. Clyde. 1 nOp ro
XU«CC*. Maliory.. 1 «•> p m
Siiniiniilo. Saatlaso. Ward.. — X':«».» m
TT.ANPrACIFIC MMIS
T»»«tlrallnn and jt^jmer. Clo»e in N. T. r.M.
F»Tnr-an lrlati-is and New 7-ealaTiiJ
i via Krarx-ipc^i — ontur?" To lay, « m
!Wa»ai! «via -Srattloi— Xli«sourinn To--iaj. 6:39
.'■•«n ">r»» and China. <via Tacoma*
— Panama. Mam Oct 24. €:.-«0
tHs'xaJi. Japan. <?orea and «"hina <v:a
S»n rranintro*— T'ryn Man: Oct 27. ♦>:."/)
Janan. Cores and China <via Taconiat
— Teu.-er O& 28. I N
J'iii 1»'ano«. Australia »n«1 New
Zealand iia Vancouver!— llakura.. •■"•<• . r.;30
SHIPPING NEWS
Port of New York Saturday. October
22, 1910.
ai:i:ivki».
ctfan^'r l~i liii « in Anne. Newport N»"»>» «n<l
N'T/olk. in thr <i;j Koininlon S=s «■«.. with P«i«
■mi{«]i ar.d nidw. J'assed in tHnMIH »t 2:25
f ni."
cipfmcr Havana <Vinb»r IS. to th<!
>«w Tork jinl <*ui'a Mail >a <"<>. •«.ith .VI pn<i
•"•Tur-r*. nuils and niOs*. Arriifd at the Bar at
6 5" ■ ri .
>\*xtn*-r Oampariia il'.rt. I^v*>rjv>n! Orl»"b*r IT>
. »ri«l CX | 'r>*tnKn Ifi. 1o -r-» - i:rard -• In. I.l>l.
" »nh r>2T oahii, «n'J TO R«en|« ptwrafßt, mail*
t. * mdne. *rrU"«i a' ttm Bar at 2 Si a m
J r t»«ni' > r CJty <T <"olumbu^. Savanrah "''"I""
* IP, 10 tIK £p < *♦>_ vith pa««oi-.|{»r.s and
n.'j»«>. Plus»3 ir. QiM-7)rTin«- ai 7:2-"> a m.
ElvamcT i:i Fuc, Oah^t^n Or-iob<»r ir>. tn tr>»
sf>uth»—!i Ta-Iflc Ca. wiHi tndi^. P»*ae<J in
»•»'-• » s- • a vn.
pt»ain»r ''h'sap'-ak'". n»ltiTP«w*. t<> 1h« N"«'
■",'rk «n1 Ilalnn'TO* TVar>«^ori»tion «'i. »lUi
5r t'»». t'af^fMj In Quarpntin" K6 a m.
RioniAr >t I/wip. PO'-Thcmrton an<\ <"!^»rbot3rK
<> tol*"' 1% I* i!-.r Anv-rl^an iAn*. with HTui c»r.<n
.- ••• J« v ■^ac' > p«f!»tif»r», ma,ils and mdse.
rtJTfrwl »t rtw iiir at W'XX * U».
H«n»r Tuorrrina Hal) ■;<-ii'»a October 5> anil
:;«;!« 10. '.n Harlfl«-Id. ■'*-<• •. tilth $>4
cabin and « s l> *i»/-ra£* pa»=wne»rti an<l m<3«« Tor
.*>ir Tork and S« caWn and "js Bt^^raijr Iv a«*"n
£• -« in tr-nnit -or 2'hila^elphia. Arrived et the
Bf •• 2:<r. r> m.
••r*'- lt'.ov X .T. Ort 22. *:."5O p m— TVlnd
%c* Jrcsli breeze; cVar: roueb 6e«.
KAIL£L). a
fi*art«r» Phiiadelpbia, PouHiatnpton; rale
f"-:ia <Hri, ';ij.n«ri>w and Mcvillc; Konir Albert
(<l«ri, Naples u:.J Oerjoa; Trent «Br». Bfrmuda.;
J,*t<arra >i.- Port Llmon; Ft^Jerlca (Austt.
Philadelphia: l!!lllnocket. S'u.-kton. Me; Kolton-
all <Br». Fara.l. etc: Oregonian, I*uerto Mexico;
Hamilton. Norl and Newport N« ■■: City <>f
.A'.iui.'a. Ba\"nnnah; s-*n Juan, i'«nt»: Italln
«Ur), Nnjile«: Arabic iltn. ].!.f-n>«<j!. I'bllMdcl
1 hut. S-u.:: Juac: - V l*u<-i»-:.t*fev.h. Han Juan;
Aiiiffika I'Jrj'. lißinburc ' >i'.uilM K'ulaiil, Nlp^;
Jilo tJraude. Key Wr*l r\ . « Vaiiaxictir" Charlei"
inn and Jacksonville: 1.. I'asu, ';«..nto[i; Murro
• 'nFtle Uavaca.; Heglna a"ltalfet <Ital», Naftlea;
'3v>"bf*i« <Ocr«. Port Mill, »•!• ■; Nordpol iNor».
Orlntobti: Chesapeake. Baltimore. l - nlt»d States
. ,;:iT Lt&benon pasted out t*ndy Huo«. at C:4O
■ m.
STEAMERS AT FOREIGN PORTS.
ASBITBDi
Quwrt*"*^. <Vt 19 7 II I m--Carms»n;a ifiti.
N»w York for Kishjruard «nd »rjHv-l (and
rroce»<3ed).
ljflatmi. <<rt »' — lrfMjn«i» <Br). N#m YorJ>, tow
\T% »■>»_!■«< N»v»b«-» <Br».
To" fi»l<f. Ort 22— FCiuvikil! <T?n. Sew York via
Or»n J«r ||«ra K»> *t«v
53»irr!vi«ia, <V-t 22. 7;35 « m-B'rmudlan iKri.
N»w Tnrk.
£mn»n. ©«-t 22. X ■ tn — Prins Frl»<irVh TVJl
helns <Grr). New York via. Plymouth and
tx>ur«\
'Flkhfuard. Oct 22. 3 p m — Carraanla. <Bri. N>w
York via. Queeasrown Xor l-i verpooi (and pro
ceeded).
Plymouth. Oct 22. 2:04 p m— St Paul. NVw Torjc
for Ch«rbourc *nd Southampton (and pro
rara. Ort 33 — Cearense fßf). »w Tork.
Ccprrh&gea. Oct 33 — M*iiiChe:ni (Ger). N>w
Tork.
Can* To*n. Oet 20 — Ocean Pnn< (Br). Xew
Tork.
Naples. O<-t IR— Oceania *AuPt), New Tcrk.
Sl*J'». Ocf 22 — Ft O*orgc cEn. Manila *nd Co
loir;bo for New York.
SAILED.
.Antwerp. r '<~t 22 1 :30 p m— Lapland <Be;p), New
Yr.rk i la Dover.
O.rjßtiansand, Oct 22. 2 m— United Siat««
<I»ant <from Copenhagen). New York.
Southampton, Ort 22. 1 :40 p m— New York, New
York via Cherbourg.
Ilremen, Oct 22. 3 p rn — Crofser Kurfurst <Gw).
New York.
PJiteJdK. Oct 21— S'-minole «Br>, New York.
ll'Al'rdUiii. Oct 21 — Tut-C3rora 'Bj r. N« m York.
K^flg—lT— Ort 2'j — Orutia tllr) «from Southampton
via ]!art.<ados. <:<>lon. etri. New Yoik: 21.«t,
'Jhfub «i;i/ (from '■".-. Uii.i, JiulUidus.
♦ "film, etc, and Southampton.
Rotterdam, Ort 22. « a m — Nteuw Arn*t*r<lam
(Dutch), New York via Uoulocne; Tuscait>ra
(Br». New VorJ.
Xiverpool. O'-t 22- Camnla, <Rr/, »w York via.
Qu^nyiKwri; Celtic <Hr». New York via
Queen«tonn.
Uovllle. <».-t 22 -rurnr-r^ia «Hr>. from <;l«»a;ow
for »w York.
I^n<l»>n. <•< t 22 — Mtnnrji|K»!iit <Bit. NVw Tork.
H«tnf . '*■ I 2* l - i 'rumlnnti* «!!»♦, Nrw York.
6*nUi«, uct 2i>— Caiiters I'nu'e (Brj. Nc* Tork.
Lord & Taylor
"Onyx" Silk Hosiery
For Women
We arc showing a hroad range of thread silk
hosiery -soft, lustrous and filmy- in gossamer,
gauze and medium weights. Kvery desirable style
is presentee] in bbidc and colors.
Prices range
fl ™ $1.00 f<> $100.00 P^P"*
All have the latest improvements, "DUB-L
TOP,? WYDE TOP,' -DOUBLEX" heels
and toes- -Lisle lined soles, Cotton soles and Gar
ter tops.
\ Out sizes. Extra length and Opera length.
The entire range is superior in quality, insuring
satisfactory service.
JF omen's "Onyx" Silk Lisle,
Lisle Thread and Cotton Stockings
All with "DUR-L TOP." high spliced heels and
toes, in black and tan,
at ?Cf per pair— J pairs for $1.00
| value 50c per pair.
Fur Department
on Monday. October 24th.
Fur Coats, Neck 'Pieces 6§f Muffs
at Special Prices.
Pony Coats
Fine quality Skins, plain or with Black Fox Collars
— 30 inch length — Brocade Satin Lined
at $75.00
Caracul Coats
Lined with Brocade Satin
45 inch length 50 inch length
$70.00 $80.00
Also
Black Fox Animal Scarfs . . $18.50
Black Fox Pillow Muff . . . $26.50
Blue Jf^olf Animal Scarfs . . $12. 50
Blue Wolf Pillow Muff . . . $15.00
Broadway & 20th St.: .sth Avc; 19th St.
m The Oriental Store,
Vantine Drapery Fabrics
from the Orient
1 he Drapery textiles designed, produced and imported exclusively by
Vantine are not only unique, but express the LATEST vogue in
window and door hang:ngj, as well as wall and furniture coverings, the
distinctive colors and indefinite, two-toned effects permitting their use
in many interesting and plrasing ways in connection with ANY decor
ative treatment.
SOME OF THE LINES ARE LISTED HEREWITH.
INSPECTION CORDIALLY URGED.
JAPANESE SILK i
' MOUCHA GAUZE
'-• »a«h curtiini; 'nui'ii' npured de- j
■igni; 36 «nd 45 inche» wide; at $2.00 |
and $150.
JAPANESE SHIKII SILK
Thi« crudely woreo silk w lh» noit dec- !
orative fabric produced for lijhl weight j
artpcr.et, 36 inche* wide; at $1.50
per yd.
JAPANESE SILK AND
4 GOLD BROCADES
[or table covere, piano »carfs, cushions,
Bee; exceptionally favored for millinery
purposes ; 27 inches wide ; from $2.00
to 550.00 yd.
Syrian Drapery
\'c!» for Window*, from 35c. lo
$2.50 yd.
Cotton Tapestries
50 inch« wid« ; from $1.50 to $3.00
i yd.
A. A. VANTINE & CO.
Broadway, Between 18th and 19th Streets
Fiume, Ot* •'arrlitia lAuiii, N#» T«rk. „ I '■'«' N«j>lm etc; Hhiiii..na (flrt, S>w V'lU
Havre Oct 22— I* Pro\»nce «Xt). New York. B"ti of I>w1«, o. t 22 — Oacai II <t>an.. ,N>w
■ •jtcerti v< ( fk "'•" •"<»P*nhaßen.
*car.v, i Uaard <">" 22— Aniert.au d'ul-lii. .Nf» York
«JiLrali*r. Ocl S3— Alice »Au«-t, .*.«•» i...,^ fjr » for Artwery.
sim.av. jijictti^Djrrfe ©tibtiniei " rT " iti: " * " io
' " * "* »
Drrit Silks
Fans
Kimonos
Shawls, Laces
Scarves
Jute Materials
for \^ all Coverings. Hangings and
furniture Coverings. 50 inches wide;
■t $1.00 to $2.00 per yd.
Silk Mixed Damasks
50 mcrvt wide; from $2 00 t« $20.00
per yd.
Tapestry Couch Covers
in Oriental Rug deugm from $5 00 to
$25.00 rack
Cushion Squares
from 35c. lo $1.50 each.
DRAPERIES OF ALL KINDS
TO ORDER.
ALL ORDERS FOR MAKING
CURTAINS. DRAPERIES AND
WALL HANGINGS EXECUT
ED IN A PROMPT AND SAT
ISFACTORY MANNER.
St^rn Brothers
'Arc now showing an exceptionally large collection of
Costumes & Demi-Tailored Suits
For Afternoon and Dinner Wear
Including Copies of a number of Foreign Model?, made in the
x season's most desirable fabrics.
Costumes at »<».00. ,18.00 to 285.00
Demi-Tailored Suits, " 69.50, 79.50 " 195.00
To-morrow, a Sale of Women's
Tailor-made Walking Suits -
Three Styles, at Unusually Low Prices
of Plain Rough Cheviot, • at $2 50
of Mixed Rough Cheviot, £ 26 0 C
of Fine Broadcloth, " SB - 50
Women's Waists
Attention is directed to a large and varied assortment of Chiffon,
Messalinc, Voile, Crepe de Chine and Marquisette \\ ai "* ts >
in all the leading shades, with Persian. Net and China Silk
Linings. Tailormade Models of Linen. Madras
Flannel, Albatross, Crepon an.! Batiste.
To-morrow, mi Importation oj
French Tailormade Blouses
with Ruffle effect, in navy, wistaria, taupe. « -live green, tan, $2 Rg
lavender. Copenhagen and pink, polka dots and stripes. £**\J\J
Actual Value *5..50
Imported Dress Petticoats
made of messalinc. satin, chiffon taffeta nnd silk jersey are now
being shown, in all the latest styles and novelties, to conform
with the prevailing models of gowns, negligee,
bridal and evening wear.
In addition a Special Offering of
Imported Hessaline Silk Petticoats
with seventeen inch knotted silk fringe, in black, white, sq~j CZ
navy, w istaria. brown, smoke and emerald green, at Sr«#iJ
Actual Value *13.00
(SECOND FLOOR)
Cloaks and Wraps
An unusually choke selection of Women's Imported and
Domestic OuteTgannents, suitable for all occasions.
Exceptional Values in
Evening Wraps,
in a variety of models and materials, $ 45.D0, 59.50, 65.00
Values $65.00 to 85.00
Imported Afternoon and Calling Wraps.
of Satin Liberty, at $ 32.50, 45.00
Cloth Paletots, for General Wear.
in a variety of material-. at $ 15.50, 21.50, 25.00
West Twenty-third Street
The Whitcomb
STANDARD OF SUPERIORITY IX
BRASS AND ENAMEL BEDSTEADS,
QUEEN ANNE COl"«'H BEDS,
LUXURIOUS BEDDING AND LACE SPREADS
HAS CREATED WIDESPREAD INTEREST
AMONG PEOPLE OP DISCERNING TASTE.
LET US SUBMIT ESTIMATE FOR SUPPLYING TOUR HOME.
OUR PRICES ARE VERY REASONABLE.
Whitcomb Metallic Bedstead Co.
Madison Aye., Cor. 34th St.
Formerly
450 sth AVENUE, NEAR 40th STREET.
BOYS and GIRLS!
Your Last Chance to Compete in
THE TRIBUNE'S
PRIZE ESSAY CONTEST
Mr. Newman's farewell Travel Talk in the present series will
be given at Carnegie Hall
Next Sunday, Oct. 30,
and the subject is
INDIA
The World's Jewel Casket
Don't miss this opportunity of hearing about the barbaric
splendor that is revealed in India, or seeing beautifully colored views
of the magnificently carved palaces, mausoleums and tombs and the
following motion pictures:
PARSEE MEN AND WOMEN AT PRAYER.
NAUTCH DANCE.
REVIEW OF THE SIKHS.
PILGRIMS BATHING. BURNING GHATS. /
HINDU SILVERSMITHS AT WORK.
MONKEY TEMPLE. BOY PREACHING TO CROWD.
INDIAN JUGGLERS. SNAKE CHARMING.
PROCESSION OF ELEPHANTS CARRYING NABOBS.
NATIVE LAUNDRY RUINING CLOTHES.
A RIDE ON THE HOLY GANGES.
STREET SCENES IN BOMBAY. CALCUTTA AND AGRA.
150 Boys and Girls Can Attend
This Travel Talk Without Cost
HOW?
By writing an essay on India of net more than 200 words and
mailing same to the
TRAVEL TALK EDITOR, New- York Tribune, N. V.
not later than next Thursday evening. . •
300 RESERVED SEATS for this Travel Talk will be awarded to the
150 boys and girls (2 each) writing the 150 best essays.
Tut on your Uhinkjng Caps!
Stern Brothers '■
have made Kxtraordinarv Reductions in their
Upholstery Departments
and will offer To-morrow, Monday, the following
Unusual Values .
Marie Antoinette and Lacet Arabe Lace, Curtains,., ?j
at 4.85, 5.50, 7.15 and 9.50 Pair
Former Prices $8.50 to 1°.50 •'
Several Thousand Yards High Class
51Jk Damasks, Broches, Etc, - _^
for Draperies and Furniture Covering*. • at A»wU, %j,/^
Heretofore $6.00 to 9.50 Yard . _
A Special Sale of
Black and Colored Dress Silks
Consisting of the following very desirable
Imported Rrocadr Silks.
the newest designs in white, gray 5 1 An
and evening shades, also black. »' i »UU
Value 51. 50 Yard
Silk Crepe de Chine, Double Width,
40 and 42 inches wide. hntrtWU finish, heavy quality, ,
in all the latest evening and street colors aho Mack, i *±O
\alue $1.75 Yard
Black Messalinc Duehesse, <^-- c
36 inches wide, finish, superior quality. a: OS
Value 51. 25 Yard
Attention is also directed to a large col'erTi.-n oj ,
Novelty SBks
Comprising Pekin Messaline. Fancy t >ndoyant. *7CC "j jp
Cameo Stripe. -Surah and Printed Warp Tattetas. J *> • r O
Formerly from Sl.OOto SJOO Yard
An Exceptional Offering of
Colored and BJack Broadcloths
;j.500 Yd>. Imported Bnmdelotli.
54 inches wide, light weight, high lustre. .-pi>nged and 5 1 -a
shrunk, in the latest shades, including pa>i el and black. -1 •
Regular Value $3.00 Yard
"To-morrow, a large Purchase of
Silk Dress Linings
Consisting of
4300 Yds. Taffeta and Liberty Finish. ?,
in black, white, cream and a complete •' -^qC
line of desirable Fall shades. at • 7y
Kcjrular Value 00c Yard
Satin Linings, .
36 inches wide, in a large assortment of colors. at 00
Usual Price 95c Yard
Brocade Satin Lining.
in black, white, cream, tan. brown, £ray. jasper and otft «-c
shades, adapted for the lining of Coats, Wraps, Etc, at /w
Much Below Regular Value*
Housekeeping Linens
At Specially Reduced Prices
Damask Table Cloths.
including circular designs for round tables.
2x2 yds. $1.95,3.25 ■.■;2% x 2' 4 yds. 2.75,4.75
2x21.,"" 2.40,3.90 2&x2l£ " 3.38,5.25
2x3 " 2.88,4.85 2*.,x3 " 3.90, 6.40
Napkins, to match. Doz. *1.V5, 2.75, 4.50, 4.95
Table Cloths, round scalloped. at 3.50, 4.50, 5.5U
Napkins, to match, scalloped, ': Doz.- 5.50, 6.25, 6.90
Linen Sheets, hemstitched. Fair 3.25, 4.25, 4.90. 5.90
I.incfi Pillow Cases, hcmstU " 88c, 1.10, 1.50, 1.85
PSOmr Cases, embroidered. " .. 1«25, 1.75, 2.25
I luck Towels, hemsfd or scalloped. Doz. 2.90,4.20,5.40
Kml>n>i(lcrc(l Show Towels, Each , 75c, 95c
Bed Spreads, satin finish, 2.15/2.45, 2.75
Real Madeira Hand Knibroiclercci
Tea Napkins. Doz. $ 4.10, 5.25, 6.25, 7.25
Luncheon Sets. 4.95, 5.75, 6.75, 5.25
Metal Bedsteads and BeddJng -
At Great Reductions from Former Prices v
Brass i Bedsteads, <r> o <> <-r t\M
square tubing, Knglish lacquer, ' from 518.00 to 53*
Brass Bedsteads, . • _ '
round tubing. English lacquer. i™™ $15.00 toj.33.Ut|.
Enamelled Hcd.stcads. " 4.75 " 15.00
Upholstered Sprinirs. * 10.50 " 21.5 i)
Woven Steel Springs, , s -,'3.25 t.l^
Reductions have also been made in
Hair and Felt Mattresses
the product of our own sanitary workrooms.
West T\yenty-third streel
ADVERTISEMENTS and SUBSCRIPTIONS for
THE TRIBUNE will be received ai the fol
lowing Branch Office* at Main Office Rates 136*
Broadway, 157 East 125 th Su 263 West 125 th St..
104 East 14th St, 264 Bth Aye. and 1035 3d Aye.

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