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Between Seasons Cleaning Out of Stocks in All Shops Results in Espe? cially Good Values in Almost Everything That a Woman Purchases for Herself, Her Family or Her Home. I hi? willow baby b??ket, dengned by Jo?eprt P M? Huf h & "Son. will be an ine?tim?ble conren irme to itunv mother?. It? price it 57 50. JOHN WANAMAKER, Broadway and 8th s BOUDOIK CAPS ot plain net. with a hroad hard of lace insertion forming the front, and linis'red with dainty little ^atin bows, marked down to 50 cents. Another model. A-te: a Dutch design, i- Si. This has a piping k satin over the wired edge and a row ? i ?. oqtiettisli hows up the iront. The third model, also ?osting $1. is copied from the quaint Belgian soldier cap; this is of net with hands ot la?c insertion, while a satin how is placed over each ear Dainty NEGLIGEES are made of ?repe dc chine in maize, lavender ?rid pink with pleated net ruffles, reduced to ftom $5. Matinee jackets, also ot re e de chine, are $3 85. and are very charm arid embroidered, with little wreaths of Rowers in pastel shades SWEATERS for $7 50, ir.ade of the dire silk in the new two toned r:tr?. t. arc reduced to half price. HOUSE DRESS! S in madra--. gingham, et... are being sold for $1 50 to $5. A useful little gown for f?l 50 in one | ice is of striped black and white madras, with solid bine collar and tufts. A pretty lavendei chambray for $4 50 is trimmed with white applique, and has a belt of white Pull-Skirted Pettic In the lingerie department of STERN BROTHERS, West 42d st., are some special offerings for to-morrow only. Sheer nainsook NIGHT GOWNS for 93 cents are trimmed nbroidery or lace, l'or $1 35 there is a . empire gown of fine nainsook trimmed embroidery and lace. At $1 95 a gown may be had in sheer fine batiste trimmed with embroidery medallions and tine lace insertions. COMBINATIONS in empire style are $185. A Paul Poire! model night gown in trepe de ?lime costs $?95, and an attractive envelope chemise to match is $2 90. For the mannish hirt there i a good silk and cotton madras at 48 cents, a yatd wide. This comes in spe ? ial shirting designs. Some embroidered Swiss at b.S i cuts, vciy s.ieei and dainty, has old iashion?~r. designs in colors on white or light colored grounds. Embroidered voiles of good quality die 63 cents. Vet y attractive crepes m silk and cotton mixtures are only 28 cents. They come in all the popular shades and have ost invisible figuie. Another very sheer ' -.8 nulles wide, comes in all the delicate p Mille shades at 48 cents a yard. Two pretty lingerie petticoat? fiom Cimbel Uro? , lb? upper one with luck? for fultie??, al 81.95, and Ihr lower one, with it? rufflr? of pleating, for $5 95 kid. A fancy white one of pique is partiel larly attractive, with its bright adored colla cuffs and crochet buttons and skirt of medim width, for $3 75. At GIDDINGS. 5*5*1 Fifth ?v., SUITS ai still being reduced to very tempting price The material of some that can be had for $. is of excellent quality; furthermore, most < these are excellent copies of models made fa the famous Paris dressmakers. At $45 thei are charming suits, many of them, of covei cloths, gabardine, light weight cloth, etc.. prai tical for spring wear These formerly sold t to $125. AFTKRNOON FROCKS of sil and doth combinations, lormcrly priced ; high as $85. arc now to be hail for $25. Fc the most part these ?<re iruide with the popuU wide skirt or with the long tunic which wi temporarily out of favor, but is making ii appearance again on some of the very la est spring f:o;ks. In the waist departme: very attractive blouse- have been reduced ' $4. .Most of these are in the darker color though there are a few lighter ones, in sati and lace, etc., that have been reduced frot $12 and $15. SAKS. West 34th It, ?how SUITS 101 THE SMALL BOY of six or theicabout which are $350 and made in colored linem with a short bolero jacket over the daim white batiste shirt. SHAVING MIKKORi mounted in a nickel stand, are 50 cent?, m while whole sets, including a snic.ll mug ii I stand, are to he liad at the same price. / useful celluloid box at $1 75 foi the truelle contains a good brush, comb and soap bo: in Parisian ivory. POTTERY CASSE ROLES, or bakine dishes for vegetal? $1 25, have accompanying drcorath e nick? stands in which they may be placee wl ei the repast is served oats and Lingerie GIMBEL BROTHERS. ?3d st, ?nd ii I av.. have PETTICOATS?very wine ones, to ?in messalines, with three picated ruffle about the bottom in various colors, for Si ": Fot $3 95 is a Jersey top petticoat, with twi circular ruffles in taffeta tucked and corded so as to contribute jum the desiied flare t< the skirts. Another 1 osts $5 95 and is unusu ally wide and made of good chifion tif?ela with the two pleatir.gs, flouncing the bottoir edge with old-fashioned ruching or doubl, ruffle. In SILKS quite the popular shade il known as the "Soldat Bleu," and this may b? obtained in taffeta for $1. it being the sam? ?.olor as the new uniforms foi French sol diers. Paille, $1 10 a yard, thirty-six inchei wide, promises to be as mu?h used as ever though a poplin for suits?$1 50 a yard?i? growing in favor All these silks are cspe daily low priced, owing to the depres ec: market conditions at the time of their pur diase. . -. *e 3 a s "e tdrs Soft LOUNGE BLANKETS in Indian de? signs, always acceptable for the 'run's den or the boy's room, may be bought at JOHN DANIELL SONS & SONS. 759 Broadway, tor only $3 75. HOSE of silk lisle are en sale at 25 cents, while the boot silk hose are re? duced to 50 cents in all the new ?hades, indud ing putty, sand, bronze, etc. Black hose of pure thread silk arc reduced to 95 cents. A very good imported hose of black cashmere is sold for 39 cents. Stockings embroidered over the instep are to be had in white and black only for $135. COFFEE PERCOLA TORS are reduced to $4 95 from $7 50. These are nickel plated and, ot course, include the alcohol lamp beneath. In CUT GLASS there has been quite a reduction also. A handsome ice cream tray is now $4 95; a cut glass sand wich tray, reduced from $7 50, may be bought lor $3 75. Small ramekins oi porcelain set in copper holders are $4 SO per do/en, reduced Horn $7 95. 0V6? fc : ?''??. : . At CBNTEMERI'S, 296 Fifth av.. there are some very special values to be obtained in GLOVES. An extra heavy cape glove selling ?low for $1 15 to close out the <\?ck was for? merly marked at $2. These are made oi good Russian skins and are very good value. There % is a large number of odds and end-? of gloves tor 85 cents in various odd colors, fancy mate rials and black and white combination, ong inally marked as high as $2 50; also some cape skin gloves to be had in white and gray for $115. In very small sizes for children and misses there arc gloves for 50 cent-. C.ipeskin gauntlet gloves for driving arc now reduced to Si 35. In the men's department in certain sizes very good gloves may be had tor 0.5 cents, m all sizes for $1 35 LEBOLT ?4 CO . Filth av and 2jd st., make a specialty of hand wrought HAMMERED SILVER in unique and artistic designs. This is particularly strong and heavy and yet may be bought at quite moderate pn?rs A quaint sugar spoon may be had fot $2 50. A -poon which serves as a tea ball is $0. An odd square table napkin ring with an initial is $! 75. Heavy lettuce forks and sj.oons for sefvu'j* >ala?Js aie M each, lot serving apples tor dessert there is a contrivance in German silver for $1 which cores the apple and slices it simultaneously into six pieces. LORD & TAYLOR. Fifth av. and 39th st.. arc nicking especially good offers in their glove department this week. Their regularly $2 50 sixtccn-button white gloves will be sold for $1 75. Those generally priced at $4. in either black or white, are $2 95. The $5 qual Boots and Slippers ? Barga' In THE HOSIERY DF.FARTMENT of JAMES M'CREERY & CO.. West 34th st.. 1 found some very good silk stocking;, that had been reduced from $1 35 to 95 tent?. 1'hcrc wcie silk hose with strong lisle tops rciluied to 60 cents. A particularly durable silk stocking at $1 50 seemed to me to be an excellent value, having heels and toes well spiked from the inside with linen. These arc to be had in all the new shades as well as in black and white In SILKS there is a very good assortment, both in variety and quality. to be had at moderate prices. A good quabty bid? k satin .it $1 50. which usually sells for 52 75, is a yard ??nd a half wide. Pongee silks at 58 cuts up, becoming popular for men as well as women's suits for warm weather, are twenty-six inches wide and of heavy quality Some new novelties in printed effects are 75c. ?: . ' ?CTIONS At BONWIT TELLER & CO.. Fifth av. ..no J8th st.. SUITS from the winter stock are now further marked down to Si2- Some ot these in tiic lighter shades are quite suitable foi | ring and arc made with high waist lines. Another lot oi various models in gabardine"? Two pretty Dutch cap?, one with ?atin bow? in front, for $1.00, and one gathered over the ear? with ??tin rosette?, for 50 cent?. The third i? adapted from the Belgian soldier cap, with net and insertion. Price 81. All at John Wini maker's. and cheviots arc now $15. COATS of quite a handsome hairy cloth are marked $15. from $35. These are mostly interesting imitations, in cloth, o? leopard, civet cat and broadtail furs, made on full circular lines. They would make decorative, as well as useful motor coats, and might also be practical even? ing wraps, BLOUSES for $5 50, brought from abroad, are of batiste, daintily made by hand with pin tucks and a touch of hand embroidery, and finished with double hem stitching down the front and on the smart cuffs and collar. A waist for $2 90 of fine linen is made quite plainly, with a clever little collar which cither buttons up close around the throat, or forms a turndown collar for sports' wear or warm days ELECTRIC LAMPS at HAVILAND'S. 11 Fast 3bth st., have been reduced from $12 to $8. These have bases with the Pompeiian fin? ish and shades of Aurene glass, which is simi? lar to Tifi.iny glass and gives a warm, mellow glow. Another lamp, a particularly lovely one, with base as well as shade of Aurene glass, has been marked down from $20 to $8. A very practical standard lamp in brass with frosted ?team shade is reduced to $15. Glass covered cretonne TRAYS, with green wicker edge, may be had for $4 and $5 in the 30x24?inch size Period Furni : Zcy.vs THE W. A. HATHAWAY COMPANY. 62 West 45th st.. is making a specialty of good copies of PERIOD FURNITURE. Here may be found interesting tables, chairs, etc., pat? terned alter the designs of Sheraton. Hep pelwhitc, etc.. at moderate prices. A quaint Cheltenham table in mahogany, 28x32 inches, is equally useful as a card or tea table and may conveniently be folded up and set aside when not in use. Price. $17 50. Here. too. may be found an English adaptation of the "chaire longue." It is nicely upholstered and cush? ioned with down cushions and makes a most luxurious reading chair. It sells for $59. A roomy chest of drawers in mahogany may be had foi 129. A specialty is an upholstered large arm ili'ir with* movable down seat, for reading, tor $21 .su, ity. twenty-button length, being $3 75. A good tan dogskin glove tor knockabout wear is re? duced to 95 cents. A long silk glove, with double tips, is to be had for $1 10, in black or white. In the jewelry department I saw a very attractive flexible bracelet of rhinestones set in sterling silver for $5 95. Mew imitations ol the star sapphire combined with enamel to good effect in a brooch, with earrings to match. These cost $3 95 each. Black velvet bands for the neck had slides of black enamel and rhinestones in charming designs?$3 50. nd Hatching Hosiery ns On FRANK BROTHERS. 224 Fifth ?v., h?.ve reduced to $3 50 a supply of brocade and satin TANGO SLIPPERS in broken sizes, formerly priced at $7 50. For $4 50 iliere are fancy low shoes for street wear whuh have been jid up to $11. Low tan pumps and Colonial pumps, formerly $8 50, are now $4 50. Bruiize tango slippers are very smart and may be had in broken lots or odd sizes for $. 50 Advance models of high boots have patent leather vamps and gray buckskin uppers and sell for $i. Another boot, at the same price, is made on an English last with importid c'oth top and has a particularly smart app-arance. At this season a discount o1. 20 per cent is being offered on all shoes at regular stock price?. John F. Daniell has reduced this nickel plated coffee percolator, capacity 2 '? pints, from $7.50 to $4.95. Oriental Rug B<\:gi. KENT COSTIKYAN. 8 West 38th it One of the curious characteristics of some ORI? ENTAL RUGS is a peculiar streak of lighter or darker material which is woven in from time to time to avert the evil eye. This docs not at all seem to affect the intrinsic value ot the rug: in fact, in some persons' opinions, it adds to the value. A Haradan rug so murked is to , be had for $28. A real antique rug of the lierez variety, with that mellow coloring which only time can give, may be had for $45. In some cases, where the rugs were not gen? uine antiques, quite good effects have been ob? tained by washing them. This is easily dis? cerned by the collector, however, and adds not one whit to the value of the rug. A medium sized rug thai treated and mest pleasing in ?oioring may be had for as little as $24. ? . D5 AND HATS AFTERNOON BAGS of black silk daintily lined with flowered 'ilk and fitted with mirror, ? oin purse, et:., may be bought for $2 95 at ALTAIAN'S, Fifth av. and 34th st. Another silk bag. made along similar unes, but large enough to accommodate a few small packages, may be had for $3 50. Made like the quaint work b.-*g carried by our grandmothers, ye' fitted with six bits of gilt toilette necessities, is a party ba^ in black silk that costs $4 75. R. H. M AC Y ?- CO.. 34th st. and Sixth av., have HATS at $496 made of combina? tions of satin or taffeta with straw, -vliich are very serviceable for the in-between season. They arc daintily trimmed with velvet rib? bon bows and a wreath of tiny flowers or fruits in the new colors. NEW NECKWEAR at $2 97 is made of fine pleated organdie and net. One model at that price, with a black moire bow. is generally known as the "Pier? rot" collar. The AFTERNOON TEA VEILS are quite popular and cost $196. These are imported, have an octagon mesh and chenille border, with the cut-out point in front for the cup of tea to be taken vrith out raisin? the veil. COTTON MARQUI SETTES an?! voiles also are to be had for 34 cents a yard, daintily embroidered in small ? olored flower* on white or light colored grounds, and make charming froc!:s for semi-evening ??.ear, as well as the warm days yet to come. . - >AREL A G. SPALDING ?* BROS.. J20 Fifth av.. have been reducing many of their women's :mportcd SWEATERS. These are mainly of '"oft wools, though there are a few silk ones arnonr; the lot. The prices range from $2 50 up. Some hand-knitted Swires sweaters are reduced to Si, from ?12 50. Very good k; T NCOATS. London made, are $17 50. There arc some well made sporting suits ot Jersey cloth, for girls, with comfortably wide skirts, or $35. They button up the front and have little pockets 0:1 each side. . As a sport coat the popularity of the Mack? inaw has not decreased. Very good one? brought from Canada sell for $7. Coats mr.de from the regular Indian blankets are preferred by some people, as the material is softer in texture, but they are rather higher in price. Tailored shirts in madras are S2 50 and in linen Suitcases and Tailored SUITCASES patterned after the English ones, which arc much more thickset than those desisned in America, are becoming more and more popular. A good copy was seen at CROUCH ?Sc FITZGERALD'S. 14 West 40th st. It was nicely lined with silk and was priced ?at $24. A neat, practical over-night bag ot black morocco, not so large as to be extremely ? heavy when packed, may be had for $17. With ?he nine toilet articles in imitation ivory which lit in pockets arranged on the side of the bag it costs $30. A pretty afternoon bag in black velvet has a small mirror concealed cleverly under a tab on the outside, while the coin purse inside is firmly secured by a chain. Price, $5. At the same price is a quaint silk bag. in shape like those carried by our grandmothers, but in fittings most modern. II .?iiimi <fc Co. show this attractive electric li-inp of Aurene glass, with base in Pompeiian finish. $8.00. This folding table, from W. A. Hathaway Com? pany, may be used to equal advantage for tea, tards, or as a console table. Price $17.50. \^f^^ ^ This pietty Empire negligee i crepe d? ckin? and lace is 119.50 at Lane-Bryant. $3 75. For the sar-.e pri;e e have them made to measure. A good ?e. who*e colla: may be buttoned rigl I up iind?r the ch"i in the most approved faninine style, or leit open if desired, is pri? cd at $6 50. Useful NEGLIGEES in -, . -rj Frcr.ch flan? nel are to be had a< LANE BRYANTS. 19 West 38th st. Reduced frora S12 50. the- art now $4 55 and may be had in all sizes and ? various co'or.;. W'r.tcr nits a-e also baiaf marked at $19 50. The^e ar-r in velvet. tbetM cloth, etc.. ar.d in many nstaocca aie fur trimmed and sold tor $?5. Scuat? COATS ir. good desions are ?25. T':e"-e. ?n fur trimmed corduroy and vel C en reduced from $59 50. Street frocks of crepe de chir.e and broadclct.i. etc.. are al**o marked down to Si 6 85, and among the:.*, are many of charm:*"?, designs. The empire negligee of crepe de chir.e. comes in pink, lavender and ro-e M $19 50. This is attractively trimmed in lace. while the bottom, which ends in points, is OJt lined with little pleatings. I Hats for Travel Uses KNOX. 452 Pifth av.. who specializes ? severely TAILORED HATS tor women, ? showing some in which the general n.i.iur* feeling is strongly felt. Cue smart litt'e he met of dark blue Milan straw with a band? white kid is intended for sporting wear st\ costs $10. For $10 also il a sailor with a lar.? ridged crown r.nd very short brim. Anotflti straw sailor h?4 a slightly mushroomed bn?. while the middle of the crown suddenly p? trude*. like the hub oi a wheel Price. J? The combination of two colors in straws wis observed in a black ar.d white sailor shapt costing SI2. One ot the mo? distinct:.' among the trimmed hats was a round. ? sailor with perfectly flat trimmings of peacoc* feather ends and a crown scarcely l:j MCl high. Price. $25. GEORGE BERNARD & CO. Fil**y"J 3!st It, are showing a STREET -?J? plaid cheviot combined with black velvet o $15. This is only one of the reduced ???? offered now. Another gown of Belgian biu gabardine trimmed with black satin is P? at $15. It has a pleated tunic and a ??* black braid. A dancing frock with ?lU*flt?r tulle flounces all edged with ribbon ha? ^ marked down to $15. along with some ot charming models. At OPPENHEIM-COLLINS "J?*?J st.. are attractive AFTERNOON ***2?J7i Belgian blue cr?pe dc chine which cost ^ Straps pass over the shoulders, and th^\jtt(, th% wide girdle which gives a short ^ effect are embroidered in blue rope si ^ a touch of gold. The skirt ha ? terli< tunic over an underskirt of the sarr.e n? ?? j This model may be had in other co w? desired. A sand colored crepe meteor has a full gathered skirt with a short J effect, while the long, triangular wP?1* en0 which cover the hips are embroidered an in full tassels. PORTAS,..:: 3A5S3NE' JOSEPH P. MHUGH & SON. 9 Wes'*g. st.. are showing a practical wicker work SINET for $7 50. It has a handle, thus ma^ ing it very easy to travel with a itoj? *>* ?J ^ could be used equally well for the ?-"?*,. baby who takes his nap on the vetan da II BOOk ENDS gayly ?e.or.ited with old mmw loned flowers are also used as do? l P0'*"*?-? cos, $2 50 each. A ha, iv NKWSPAP^ HOLDER, designed tur the busy man reads his paper during breakfast, may M LU Si S?.