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LAWYERS SCORED IN
TRANSFER TAX CASE
Court Decides for Miss
Shields as Crawford
Executrix.
CALLS TREATMENT OF
HER "INDEFENSIBLE"
Surrogate Fouler Orders Her
Examination to Cease and
Notes Returned.
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W. P. U. WILL INVADE
FINANCIAL DISTRICT
Vmnday Meetings Planned by
Suffragists to Convert
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Special Sales presenting exceptional values for to-morrow (Monday)
An Important Offering of
20,000 Yards of Dress Silks
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prise a eat
redi ces. Ine . e<i are :
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Fon i .- -.. ' epes, Liberty Sat:
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able Silks ai
Bia : ' is < ering i i are
s of su e
alities at ~es.
uiged in n '
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Women's 511k Petticoats
at social prices
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Jersey top Petticoats, with p.aitec
'::. ? :c -' Silk Jersey . . . at $3=85
?' ? oats, with double front
. a . -:; "-ench claited flounce, at S?.75
An Extraordinary Sale of
Women's Tailor-made Suits
w: : - eser. at unusual prices, finely tailored
Suits, featuring the newest styles and coliors.
Suits ef eraza
Suits of silk moire
;e, serge or woo, crepe,
. $26.50
at 38.50
A Sale o? Household Linens,
Blankets, Comfortables, Bedspreads,
riiisHn Sheets and Pillow Cases
Women's Silk Crepe Underwear
in a : ew sel< ?? ? ? nprisesdain r
me- v : e * b ced w ss ? on
V
wea at th?
Nig tes . ,: :
Cor " . -. ig of Corse
Co- and Drawers), ; i]
3.25
at
prices o! specie! interest
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An Interesting Sale of
Over 500 American Wilton Rugs
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will be ...
in the Rug C partmer i el
oor, offering Rugf r iesij i
and of superior jualities a dec iec pi :e
concessions.
American Wilton Rugs, of fine weave, sizes
8.3 x ?0.6 and 9x\2 feet, at $30.00 ?c 39.50
American V- - : 8.3x?G.6 a d
9x12 feet . . . ,.t.;.: . ' ? , ;
for Monday and Tuesday.
: ? ,. rabie Cloths
cSl.75, 2.25 & 3.65
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. *S2c50 <& 4.90
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S5.50
Sheets
$4.50, 5-50 & 7,00
inen Pii?ow Cases
-i- -???' 95c, $1.15 & L25
h'-- - - Towels, hi :\
raen S2o75 & 4.20
.. B 8 per pair $3*50 & 4JB
? Coin ? ?: b es, wool filled, each 6.50
iteen Cor i rool Riled, each 4,50
??".-? ?:." . . each L65
- ' - 3 ? -?:?::. . . each 2=75
Muslin Sheets, with p.a?r? hems,
50c, 58c?, 65c, 72co to 85c
;.;-,.- ? - ?; Carer; --retir rlain hem,
i . . 12:., I4c., Hoc, 19c. & 21c.
A Sale in the Dress Cooes Department will
consist of
Women's Plaited Skirts
(Semi-made)
at the very special price of . . $4.75
These Skirts, which may be obtained in serge
or veiling, in black, white or navy blue, are
cof es of a new imported model and are made
: ? red waistband, the back seam being
left open to facilitate adjustment to individual
measurement?
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A Remarkable Sale of
Imported Cretonnes
comprise H5,0OT yards of most attractive
fabrics, 31 inches wide, in 30 different designs,
showing a variety of1 artistic color effects, at
20c? 28c, <& 35c, per yan
thus affording an oppcrturity ~::t o"l:en
encountered : chase desirable Cretonnes
at one-tbir: " '. ra?? 'ess than the
custema. y : rices.
Orders for Slip Covers and draperies made
from these Cretonnes will receive -..??'.
attention.
The Dressmaking and
Tailoring Department
(Til F cor)
as exception*
making to order, at
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Gowns and Suits
in Advanced Styles
reproduc i si i
tations of the mode ' -?sed in
- : . . . ??':- as well
as the creatio ' .nent
Paris couturiers.
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An Unusual Sale of Girls' Washable Dresses
has been prepared, conr.; -:::g a large number of Dresses
(sizes 6 to 14 years) in five distinctive stylies, adapt?e from
models imported direct from Europe and featuring the pop=
ular cotton and linen fab rics. These Dresses will offer ex: ?
. vaUues at the f:.l :r.? prices
esses of plaid ?.r ; :.'.::;. v. ;;:ngham ... at $3.25
Dresses of plain aiul .. mbray ... at 3&5
Dresses of cot i crepe or French linen ... at 6,75
Dresses of linen combined -? "'-.lingerie ... at IzZ
New Blouse Hodels
adapted for every occasion upen
Ich a blouse may correctly be
worr.i a e cisplayed in an attractive
variety of designs and prices. The
newest materials and colors are
represented, Blouses for cress wear
being z'r.zv-- in various laces, the
favored crepes and chiffon, Tailored
Blouses in Crepe de Chine, Washable
1 ' is and Linens; and Semi-tailored
^ses in various novelty fabrics.
. _ : : a Salespeople will, if cesired,
be detailed to accompany patrons to
the store's various departments.
Women's Summer Dresses
ma_:: rr.s t cet
:r ':he 'i'<v:'. ?'.?<:.? z. 1 rz'/?- .orno:".atienc?
are shown In i Depi t on t
Floor at most attractive *s.
reg?:
mple M ?'
at . " P ar^
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?arcing :~-oc>s- : " :::r- ' ??.T;:"C ::' ?- zrr-.
, - ? .-;??'. :,; y: ?...:;: ' T r.-c v-wa-:
?moorted Hand = ma:. >roidei
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a/_ $12.50, D5.1M? and Uf ' I
Separate Skirts forge and outdoor wear,
made of tlhie popular cottons and linens,
$3.50, 5.50 and upward.
".e above are ?' " ' -?
The Corset Department
- s the latest mocels of
i.eso Corse" designed especially to cc"
form to the new mode in gowning, and insur?
ing co style and the souple lines
dec; . - Ion. These Corsets are exclu
sive to B. Altman & Co., and are mace zy
the most skillful Parisian corsetierec, the
: _?? .": :a.s z.~ ; "".: :m? : : alike being of
eignest standard. They may be obtained
the regular stock, made of coutil, plain and
catiste, cottoi : - tricot, trico
r.; : : -ocace, etc., sne ' c ;
lei 1er, medium of large ligures, at the
:ow:ng w! . ;re o? -rices :
$10.50, 11.75, 12^0, H4.5D to 42.00
URS RUOS AND DRAPERIES
RE 1.- D :; STORAGE
The New Wraps and Coats
w being displayed at most attractive
p.-ices, are expressive of Fashion's latest
in Women's Cutergarments ror the
present a::: ensuing seasons, featuring the
newest effects in iezlgr. zr.r~ trimming as
?ve"1 as the smartest materials, Inclucec in
the snowing are jaunty little Coatees of
taffeta or moire, for wear with the Szzi^.g or
Summer . the loose Capes, of charmeuse
silks, that have just received the
approval of Paris; Wraps for every occasion ;
and a very large variety of tailored Coats for
cl-ee:, travel or steamer wear, cut on man?
nish lines ar: mace in the smart English and^
Scotch worsteds.
Among the late novelties are the new Coat
Capes, In the colors and combinations in"
vogue. These are shown in the regular stoc-i
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at -rices ranging from SlU.Ct* to $65.00.
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