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w Wanted Jftmnle.
I SEWING MACHINE SALESWOMAN
fltt culrili mult l thoroughly exberleiirrdt good
ll posltlouforayoung woman of good address. Apply
'15& at ones.
H, Mrs. COEY. 28 Union Square.
Lr ' 'IKL wanted for uumbcrlug machine
Xl "J BO Maiden lane.
tP 'TOLD LAYhll wanted Apply 0 Uoade it
ff PAI'I.K llOXF.s Estierlrn l handson glue work;
ff X also tuau on glue laMi and scoring machine.
m i.ouis iuutlt. i i west jjti
K HAUHIi-Iiy mil established lininr. woman, good
fT cburch standing, willing to learn nur business, thru
Rr to act ta manager and Htate lorrcspimtlent beret sal
El, nry f MOO. Intiosa "elf adilre.scd stumped euelope
JK to A. P. T.. general manuger, Lux li!7 Vuu uptown
V .fnee, J2BS Droadivay,
m flomtsHc rSm-anW Ifnutt.
K tnAMBEilMAins, conks, laundress!-', I rotcstant
WS Kj waitresses, H younir cooks who wash ami Iron.
B kltcbeiitualds, .', i'lenc li ladles' maids, 1'iepcli nurses.
W butler, '.second men. It, Hi ilr I. M'.hl.Y,
K Emplojiueut llureau, us West -'d it.i servants' an-
HE trance, aii flth ay.
!T "10MPBTT.NT T'rotrta"nt"houif norkerTno" washing!
(t; V tor a family nt tui v vcs tl3 must sleep hotne
m and bave rer best references.
E, Mrs. L. SFF1.V.3!5S Otbav.
H "lOMI'ETlVr Hwedish kltcliriimstd, wagea $U, to
jL v live In Ito.h n: best refe rence required
W, Mm. I, 8FKI.Y,ll3g nth ar.
IjfcF flOMPKTEM waitress, also lautnlrnst. to do chain
JE V berwork for A ramlly llvlnir In .NnwUoohrllet good
St references required, 11 rt 1.. hir.l.V, a."ia oth av.
Ijftw "tOOK and gmrral housework: small family: col
tin, V leg profession best references drmandadi call be
lit, Cora 10 or alter U. Initilrt Jatiltur,30l Men lonthit.
IS, "EMUST-rUSS" Swedish laundre who will lire In
I1JIk, X Tuxadot belt reftrence rnqulred.
IX Mrs. L. SELY, SSS ethar.
Ijjff rpnoKDUnill.YVntpUailavndraM tn lUe In Madl
1 JW X aon, N. J.t wacei $n: vary lient reforun'ea ra
I'J? uirad. Slra. I SFI,Y, :iaa nth aT.
w "TirAITRKSB andchamloiinald to Ilia In Mamluc
w tv ton, N.J.t waiteatlil to $1: cood r'ferencpt
fiK lequlted. Mra. L. SKUA, 30a Olh ar.
Iffi Wautrfl 3Hlrs Ultchnniru. &t.
S TirANTFD Two competrnt pnglneers for low prat-
l ' turp holMIng Iwllera. atatngraloof IJceuse. Ad
Iflf dreM"STEAM.' box fQ Sun onioe.
IP' "I'lTANrEDat ones J o" lirlcklajcH at achoolhouaa
5 H Ko. 1, Wooilhaven. L. t.
II Wanted Hltales awitfccUnncoue.
BV" WaWKD-My old ctlabiuhrd houe. man. ood
I ehurvb ftandlne, willing to learn our b.ulnrn, then
t"- to act aa manager and stale corrcpoudeut here;
alary SHOO Inclosoself ad lresPd Ktanumd tntplope
to A. P. T.. general mouagir, box lao bun uptown
oince, lVdo Broadway.
r ---.
If cftyst-glasff ti pftmalM.
A RAPID aud acruratp stpimgrar her and tyre
writer, Smith Premier and ItrmliiKtun, would
i like a poflltlou; betcluner, lompetcnt an 1 reliable:
cao funilah ko,1 rpiereuto Addreaj LAW OFFICE,
box lie Sun unlce.
1HAMUEHMAID. Younp w oinan con7petent
J chambermaid andwaltreaa; Im'81 rpferi nta. 31.
R., box lOdSun Upton n office. 1?05 Broadway.
rMIAMnEKMAID and maltrtait, neat aniFtldy young
yj woman, t.o.i.1 olty tefnren-e. A. McM , oox 10S
Bun uptown ofllcp, 1W05 Brotdway.
ilIIAMBEKMAID Con petent younK woman: rery
J good referpnee K. K , box 107 bun uptown of
floa. lfl.1 Droadnay.
ftOOK. Nat and tidy ynunir woman: excellent
yj took: gootl references. M. D , box 10J Sun up
townufflge. IgdJ Uroadnay.
piOOK. Young woman, first clam cookand laiuT
J dress i Rood cltr references. E McM , box 131 sun
uptown oRkp. ISD.MJroadway
100K Young wornar: goo I family" cook; best city
V- rerarsners. S. II . box lot sun uptowu offlce,
120fi Broadway.
"AOOK.FIraf ciasi cook lrTprirate famlTyT best ref
yj erences. A. B , box lOu bun uptowu offlco. 1885
Droadway.
ilOOK. Willing and ohllzlngyoung woman; btst of
VJ refereuce. E. C , box lDt Sun uptown orflce, 1205
Broadway.
aj,s TTOUHEWOItKEH. Youne womanTgood cookand
mM, -LL laLtidress: best elt references. It. W , box 113
-; Bun uptown orflce, 1200 Broadnay.
jy TTODSKWonKEn. Xeat andtldy younit womsn;
mx JUL rerr best rercrrncis. 31. S, box los Sun up-
S town office, 1 g8fl Broad way.
Bs. T?ITCIIEN3IAID. Young woman; competent
k1 JV kltchenmaid; i oodcltr references 31 3IcG., box
i 112 Sun uptown offlci. 120a Broad nay.
S T?"ITCnFXMAID Seat and llrty young woman: et
mSt perlericcd: rery lest references, n. R., box 115
S Bun uptown orflce. IVOR Broadway.
1 ITCHESHAII) wTfjing and obliging young
fi Ji-woman: experienced: bejt references. A. IU box
106 Sun uptown office, 1205 Broadway.
Hif TJRSE. Thoroughly romretent young woman;
f J take full charge, excellent r'ferencea. A. B.,box
a-- 101 Sun uptown ofllcp. 12.1'i Broadway.
V URE. Willing and obllalng; Toung woman; ex-
jp ii perlenced: good city references II. 31., box 111
K Bnn uptown oflce, I2W5 Broadway.
Mb TDRSE Youngglrl : llllng"an(roT)ijglng: good
3 -!' city references E. 31., box 103 Sun uptown
"' offlce, I2S5 Broadway.
5, TyAlTItF.SS -First class waitress In strictly prlratn
U " family; best cIit referentea K. 31., box 122SUO
uptown office, ISOMlroadw ay
a WAITRESS Competent and reliable young glrli
f ' references from last place. A. W Iwx 104 Sun
L uptown orflce. 1 jli't Broadw ny
17AITRLSis rirst ilass. nest, and tidy young
' woman; best references K. C box 114 bun
jr uptown office, 1201 Broadway.
B "117 AUREUS Neat and tldr young woman; good
H ' cltr references. K. K, box 110 Sun uptown
office. 121 Broadway.
H VT ANTED Place as companron to lsdyTood read-
V ar (elocution graduate), expert amanuensis,
L, quick server: willing to travel: referencesexthanged.
- C. E. 31 . Sun Harlem Branch. 1 10 West lar.th st.
I eft-C!ais Hrlp 2ttalr.
HC A TOUNO 3HN(10). rpllable and lndusrrlouso
I i -- sires a position at anything; can furnish A No. 1
Wm reference. Address
Wj T. B. DOWLIXO. 02 Washington St.. Brooklyn.
Hv A YOUNtl MAN desires a position; wllllnir to work
i a. at anything honest; competent and Industrious;
UmL can f urnlh A No 1 refeience.
p JOHN O'BllIEN. 04 Sladlson St., K. Y. city.
Bf "nUTI.EB Thori.uBlilycomietint young man: best
Mum -1' referen ea from last place. C. It., box IIS Sun
uptowu ofll e. 12tll Broadway.
H CEC(D JI lN7-VTiIltig and obliging young man;
B-r O tompu nt; ery liest refer, nccs T. W., box 100
Bun upton n nmce, 12tl5 Broadwa),
B CFCOND 3IAN Comretent young man, capable and
Ma'i t3 reliable; highly rccommcndeil. 31. M , box 1R8
f Bun uptown ofll e. mm Broadway.
Hf OITUaTIUN warned as light porter, driver, or ela-
Mm s vatnr man. llrst-class references furnished. E,
H lox lBfliun offlce
Hfji i 1 TSE11 Ul, 31 VN Thoroughly competent young mam
Hjf "-' willing and ohligluz; best cltr references. J.S.,
r box HO Sun uptown orflce, 1265 Broadway.
mi Wiuttr gwortjj.
If VlBGINBAHOfSPBINOS
H OPEN ALL THE YEAR.
If TEnFECT FALL CI.IUt.TE. 2.H0O FEET ELEVA-
'; TION. ON CHFSU'KAKE AND
' OHIO RAILWAY.
' THE NLW H03IESTEAD,
PH' grand modern hotel, completed and opened last
r year; colt iges and casino 31ost curative baths known
K. for rheumatism, gout, an 1 nervous troubips. Every
Kf bath from now log springs of natural hut water.
KU UOI.K LI.lt;- AND WUI.I.KH'l' OltELN.
j Fine Livery and Magnlllcent Mountain Surrouudlngs.
H ' Pullman Compartment Car New York to Hot
1 Bprlngs, without change, dally, except Sundat,
' Ilooks at frred bcboneld's. Metropolitan building,
lladlsou square.
K Excursion tlekels aud Pullman reservations at
H Cbesaprakeaml Ohlnnnicea. 1102 and 1U2J Broadway,
H and oftlces Pennsylvania Railroad
FUhl bTKRRY, Manager,
H( ' Hot Springs, llatli couuty, Va.
H muatmtnts.
1 grV7vL"B-I'MPIA. TO-IIAY
I irKOtbl.AUIKS'.MtT. Am Seat w
Is uiu ai'iii:iii.i.k iiii,i,. PtinRr
? Grand Opera Tableaux. ZJ'HJ'tIj
k THE LYRIC, cmai. MAT. TO-DAY
f ' AWA
PltVPEK. IIKI.U
fi 3Iat. Sat. In title role.
?!? Harlem Music Hall. O5aDrttt0()0.
H ' Reopens Next ionda A Big Bill.
i" Besal Bonehill, Law Pockstader, Pearl Andrews,
jr. Jaanetta fclllott, C. B. w atd, Almont Dumont.oihers.
Hjf BTAn.- HAT" 10 DAY AVI) ELECTION- DAY.
I IAa" ITHE LILIPUTIAIMS.
H;' wbek ,iii: t'tiit .MiiMjKriou v
H',' nfAtail.'! fnill MHlf KiTwnl tteoT
' lSlrtW. Tbr f.ruraum .,,e,
H T ii k ii r. 1. 1, i! or ic i i o it h i
w MATISLhTuDAY! i.L raSlutlueeKleitlon Dayl
V PEflPLFJS-"THE PLUNGER'1
rhUl EslU VJ svu W'k-l'orLlberty4I.oTa
I COLUMBUS.tcay.WANG.
lBT Ur.KIs 1IIK Ml.tltll Mill,.
la rPTTPTlAT IKv-g's -K. Jlat.lo-aay.lltfiOo
t' 1X1X1X11 i V. ttne i.iiiioi si.crrs,
mm$ next wlkk I'iuKit tiik put. ik urttt,
I MURRAY ftft'A. EAST LYNNE $$?
i Lex. ar, and ttd st. Kail week, "Jim the Penman "
HF - rilVllf. I'l.tCE TIIRtTRB.
. Mat.. "Luck with Woman." Evening, 8:10, Uaaa
H tar Cnrls4 la "Parsoa o( Klrcafsla."
ff
K
HJLsJiiraV- " H ' -'!" . .Mj.ii.. ..I'sVasral' i.tii m . .
BBgawiii s,..,ajfiif g.tAiirniV-
BBJi '"" ' hi- rifiiiTinrsMiaiitfstaiiifi'iiiitMiti
Metropolitan opera house.
BSVX AfUrnoon and Evening,
t HANSEN
jr'v i The Eminent Rclanllst
ar'T1 ARCTIC EXPLORER.
Advance Sain of Heats Uriclim
11 outlay, November 1st.
r0r. 7Sc. $1.00 $1.B() $2.00
u. - - - -
siirrntiroiiTA omit, iiim'k.
ti ,KTrnin. at anit.
SEMBRICH
SECONDCONCERT,
Aeslstedhv '
Mr. Iltllli Illl"lli. liar) lone,
sir stll.l.ltlt I.AAIV. Tenor,
AND FULL OHCIU.HIllA
sis lilts llllAll. S.olidiKlor.
lIeered eals II to tu.&u, at box omcc, Tyson's,
Riillmm and Sihiiterth'a
Direction .Mi II M HIHSCIIBKUO, 30 V. ISthlt.
WETROPOLlf AN OPERA HOUSE.
TO-NICHT AT 8: 1 5 and
TO-W10RROW(SUNDAY)Evo.
SAMOA RQSSA
and Ilia violin BPalus, AHI.IITIW Nrt'llIEV-
nit'dl. Change of programme at ea h concert.
BROADWAY THEATRE, i.
FRANK B,0i,5oin , THE
DANIELS "" IDOL'S EYE
Erg 8-15. Mat. To-day 1. Reg. prices. 1, do, l. DOc.
To-morrow night (Sunday), Oct. HI,
SOUSA flH.sD BAND.
EMPIRE THEATRE, u,ioadwd otu st.
CUAKIFS FROHHAN Manager
llll. ClIAHI.hS FHOHMAN 1T.FSEST.S
MISS fVlAUDE ADAfWIS,
Id T. M Burr I omedy. found rd on hU novel.
THE LITTLE MINISTER.
XTRA 3IATINER FLECTION DA .
WATIYKRX IO.IIAV AMI SIEIIKnV.
Evenings at 6:J0 Matinees at 2:15.
Nov. a JOHN DREW;
MANHATTAN THEATRE, .SrJSrX
XTHA MATI.NtK HaECllON DAY.
Charlca Froliioin and Dvld llflwco
I'rf int :i now play hy I-'rancia Powers.
THE FIRST BO RIM.
AIJMI TIIK EH (OMKI,
A M.'Bir SEi.SlO..
"The success of both was immediate and unques
tionable." Herald.
Ltenlcgs. 8 30. Matlnea to-dav, 2:15.
PROCTOS'S SSSv.
ANNIE WARD TIFFANY CO., M SIsTERS
1'ICCHIANI; ROSSO Wb. 40 OTHER VTAltS -'V.fiOc
PLEASURE PALACE,
88th st and 3J av All Orch. BOc. Ad Balc.2 c Kes'd.
Henry K. Dlxey. Ham Bernard. 3IcAov and .May. J
Dunbar.-lstcr tilibert and Ooldl . Aft 1..U) F.. ".
Buy In advance for Klectlou Da and Mgbt
5 A tl tii s-ATii r. nroadiTay iTJstn st.
HV. EDWIN KNOWLF.S . Minager
lflATIll:E TO-DAY AT 9.
TO-MCIIT T N,no,
till. It l IH It II
MANSFIELD
" THt DEVIL'S DISCIPLE,
By BERN RD SHAW.
nRflMn,FU 8 HIST" H JTsT
UnrtllU HOb-F, bTH AV. PH. TODAY.
AUGUSTUS 1'ITOU Lesee and Manager
TONIGHT. I MXT UFEK.
McSORLEY'S TWINS. COUUTF.D INTO C OURT.
KPKiiti. itTini: fi.n uu dav.
RLTUtlNS) RFVD FROM THE STAOK.
to?i?A't?w Col. Robert G. Ingersoll.
LECTUBh. "The Libert) of 3Ian Woman und Child."
SEAT! NOW ON SALE POPULAR PKICLS.
GARRICK THEATRE. 35EVg.:;n;o.r 57!f-
Hoyt A McKee, I essees I Charles rrohman. Manager.
BOTH ITlllOlIANCE MONDAY SOUVF MRS.
SIVTI.NELS TOHY AND TUESDAY.
GREAT WEEK IIVJ 1 I O GREAT WEEK
I1IIS IL-'H 41. Ilt K
A STRANGER IN NEW YORK
X1KA MATINEE ELLCTION DAY.
LYCEUM S SOTHERN.
I.OItunil m.Itl I Is again a LortDCIillTii,-Y
J.OKDCUl-.1U.Kv!suiTfs-Sun I.OItllt III11I.EV
THE LADY OF LYONS
I. Tlje,l in rill It Oil Kill OTlltlllt Slala.
ANTHONY HOPE MCdT.Tn
LVST SLIIIKS, .. . POPULS.lt PRICES.
GARDEN THEATRE," ISn&Av.
CHARLES FROIIMAN Manager
2d Crow led Month.
MR. SOL, SMITH RUSSELL
In Martha Morton' American Corned v,
A BACHELOR'S ROMANCE.
Xtra Matinee Election Day.
Evenings W IB .Matinee To-Day. 8.
ACADEftrlY VtthVtanV Irving Place.
L. G. utlitiore 4 1'ugeue Totiipk'tis, Prupr's aud Mgrs.
FXTRA MAT1NLE ELECTION DAY.
DENMAN -Ur- -
THOMPSON THE OLD
"SS; HOMESTEAD.
3IAT8. TOBIY AND WED . 2 EVE . H'IB.
KNICEEKBOCKER $&$&:
TO-NK.IIT. W1B. MATINEE TO DAY-, 2:15.
EXTRA 3IATI.NLL ELECTION DAY.
Mr. N. C. GOODWIN,
ASSISTED BY' HISS 3IAXINF ELLIOIT. IN
AN AMERICAN CITIZEN.
HOYT'S 'JHEATRE. "ll"Cd'
HOYT ft McKEE Proprietor.
2D MONTH OF LAUGHTER.
Atra Mat Info KlecttuH Vy.
THE PROPER CAPER.
Evenings, B 30. Matinee Today, gslB.
II Altl.KM OeE:Ht. 'E10USB2.
EVr. ,S:I5 I TIII.I.IC CWI.I.IKHIsi
MAT.TODAY.S. I TII It Mt VRUTI S1CKIIO.
Next Week, Special Mat. Election Day.
KL4.W I SUPEHU PRODUCTION
ERLANOER'Sl OF EXTRA VAOANiSA.
ONE ROUND OF PLEASURE.
Utrpni rv SQUARE THEA. B'wavand 31th st.
rurrUU cnu E. Evans.Prop kvss at fislB.
raitfC'Q PRODUCTION Or THEIJIats.Wed.4
"- FRISKY NOVELTT, To-day,2sI5
THE FRBMII MUD. .r:i:
Xtra Matlcaa Flection Day, Tues., Nov. 2.
WALLACK'S.M'&S.,.n.Vl
l.u.i Tmin-Tu'ss) ni a. Tii.ulalil mi Nils.
Mr. E. S. WSLLARD
" THE MIDDLEMAN," by Henry Arthur Jones.
Nov. 1 Julia Arthur In "A Lady of Quality."
ICPBTH'S Continuous Performance.
IfrtLaU 0 II V 2Bo., f.Oc. Noon to 11 P.M.
IAI'MK lit 1,1.
HILTON and DOLI IE .NOBLES. PATRICF. (In "New
Yesr's Dream "I. 3IAHVFI.LOUS IIIOIJItPII (new
views), MRS.llARItILT WEnil, AMhltlCA'S COMEDY
FOUR, rilh BI.ONIlKl.Lb, U5 others.
"MAT. I WEBER & FIELDS' i MAT.
TO-DAY. The Glad Hand Burlesoue. TO-DAY.
JAT. '"L?g,fl VESTA TILIEYI SAT.
AMERICAN INSTITUTE FAIR.
I.Anr DAI,
Open 10. JO A. 31. tn 10:30 P. M.
.11AII1MIV KUUAHG OAllDstV.
aihiwioh om.v aar.
DACTnb'Q iivriMi.oi!is
mo lUlt 8 PKiironsiAivcB.
IIIMV in 11 '. VI. el a ao Biirt so ceuta.
'ION 1-tSTOn IKMIIC Ali.tlV,
Watson ii Hutchlngs. 3Iaud Raymond,
Olyinpia Quarl'tl., Barnes at sissou,
EXTRA ACTS TO DAY AND NIUHT.
nAI V!P Every Evening at Htib.
UHLl Oi Last two weeks.
TIIK llltlTH bim.
MATl.Nr.b TODAY At i.
Fxtra Matlnea Election Day.
Monday, Nov H "lilt.GElhllA." N w version.
K03TER & "BIAL'S. admiwiok 50cT
tl.l.O UK MltltODK A to IIIIIKIUM NTAItl.
MITItr.K-Tll-IKY- MATIKK.
SPECIAL MAT. ELECTION DAY.
THE " JONAH " "THEATRE, Bro2rn"8rt.,,'d
Corbett-Fltzslmmons 0o",,,V)!,,i,n,0rVF!tiScoPE
S PsrfnrdaUy H. H. 11 P. M .a.lin , IB, 25, 50 cents
ltl W ilf ""at i Matlnc. Election Ojj
mMiIaV nov. ,. , WHAT HAPPENED
night Elaborate sofa Til IMJCQ
cushions hOUVENIRS, I l JUHLD.
1 A Til ST.TII EATKK.near Utu av.-Nlght e 1 1 5, Prices,
XI 25c, nnc., 7Bc.,al, 11,50. Mats. Wed and Bat.
Cueilal matins. Mectlon Day. Triumphant auccaaa.
CUMBERLAND '61.
I
iiHeiHiifiHiELWBl
lJ3MH0ES$3t' I
: : M BEST IN THE WORLD
' Throughout the United States the
! V. I.. noiA'fl-s- shoes have been the i
i favorite for many years. Their ex- ('
' cellent sttc, easy fitting and su-
i pcrlor wcariitx qualities have won
i for them the foremost position
'i overall competitors. We can at- "
,' ford to sell at less profit per pair
than other dealers, as we sell so ,'
i many more pairs.
i1 m The Llnwood Is another of the !i
i1 f Douglas nrlgliials, mado of best '
i jUi. Iinpiirlrd enamel leather, hoc ,'
JWTl lli.li last, h. nvy oak leather solas,
'i AvUt lll'h",,v,,n"llk.'--utlnthelatest
i J lloKjs slle Enamel leather Is now ,'
'iill3 n"u'n Murn: It Is mora durable ,'
'i'siS&H tlun patent leatherand Is as near ,'
'i vSi waierpriiof as It Is possible for a ''
i tlftjl leather shoe to be. All sites and i'
iJWSi wlilihs. Costs more tn make than i1
IpSsjfS-M man shoes that . lifer Hand 0, i
', Pft"'t l"H Ihi' grmt imanlltlea niadeln t
y I iiiiriiwiifnctiirt and si.1,1 through i
'. ThA our imn retail stores 1 gn i
'i fcl2 enn1'!" " to sell this ,ou ,'
', K& shoe at aj
'i Kxamlne this sbi.eor any other of our 1k5 '',
, style, niade In l-.ir, Patent Cilf. French F.n-
i, ainel. B ix Calf. Seal Oint.lllnck Kid and Russia i1
I. Morm Calf, at any of our own ictall stores, i1
1 1 Imatcdat i
! NEW YORK. BUOOKLYN.
I H!1,!,roal"ay- W-TIO HroaUnay. !,
i' 1 Ijroadway 1.W7 Broadnay. ',
1 ?jWi'.lr,U St" l Pulton St. l,
i1 .'.1JWr,JA. e- iHlc'IftUAro. ',
: ifi'h-X jesEyc.ty. ;,:
HI Fulton St. 1" Newark Ave. d
i Shass purchtsed at our store, poll.had tree. ;' i
C Illustrated catalogne for the aUng of ,J l
) W. L. DOUGLAS. j!
S l-argest .Manufacturer and Retailer of '
)i Man's I Ine Shoes In the World. "
' BROCKTON, MASS. Ji
XeNsevsNsNNeNMNsl.ey
fEj pLIiVr'S pjrEpJHNITUR
Decorations with Stuffs
From the Sultan's Dominions.
We have furnished a corner with rich
stuffs from the luud of the, Star and
Crescent; draperies of the characteristic
rug-handiwork of the Turk. A huge, wide.
Oriental couch with Oriental ruggcry of
Ruhducd tinting occupies the hulk of the
space. Overhe.id is a unique- lantern of
Oriental design, shedding a soft, welcom
ing light. Swords, firearms and shields
form appropriate decorations.
Ve can give you lots of ideas for cosey
corners. "buy opthe maker"
Geo. C. Flint Co.
43. 45 and 47 WEST 23?ST
NEAR BROADWAY,
factory: 154 and 156 west I9?srseis
egoistical.
HENRY GEORGE
fyigrcxiiUiri
AT TIIK
3FS. I 3SJ SSL 9
CLFHTIOM' At.. IIItOOKI.V.Y.
SATURDAY EVENING.
Sl'KAKKRS:
CHARLES W. DAYTON,
JEROME O'NEIL,
TOM L. JOHNSON,
JOHN S. CROSBY,
CHAS. FRED. ADAMS.
The God of Battles 1 as given the common peopla
a new leader another HF.MIY OEORUE.
SUNDAY NIQIIT MEF.T1NQS,
Grand Opera House and Amnion Theatre.
Collrncj; mtil Schools.
For Bay. and louna; 9leu Ulty and Country
BERKELEY SCH00LJB-24 West 44lh St.
Attent'nn Is called to the new Preparatory Class,
limited to fifteen, for hoys 7"-j to N-j yean old.
Head Master'a office houra 9 to 13.
Vor l.lrl. and lou.f Ituineit City and Country.
THE I1I.I.IVIACllOOU l.thjenr. Hinder.
aarleii Trnlalna I lass. Kindergarten and Ele
mentary Dcpts. 1 7H0 D'dway, hot, 571h and 5Htb sis.
ElMslaaas Clleg.fc
STENOORAPnY and Typewriting School, 1300
Droadwav, 3d door below Slth at i day and even
ing! thorough training! commercial, medical, law,
and reporting. K.L. MAS8LUY.
TrOOD'S NEW YORK hCHOOL, 5th av. and 185th
li st, Business, ihortbandi day and nights SOU
students.
hraools or Klocutlun and Ilramatlo Aria,
ILOOTJTIOVAIIY Instruetlon for the pulnlt. bar,
J stage, an I parlor. EDWIN (10HDON LAWRENCE,
inn West t.'d st.
WuMlrnl.
SIONOK O, DE ORANDL Vole, culture and the art
of slnglug. Address btelnway Hall. Reference,
Marcellabrmbrlcti.
llnu. Ing Aranemles.
EVBBSS EVJcOABE'S
Dancing School, HI bast 17IU8t.
Private aud class lessons dally t beg nncrs any time,
Hclioola or IMis.lral Culture
THE DR. SAVAGE IIRVn)rsiKVTISTITUTB
Uliaj t UNT 5I1TII HTHBBT,
REOPENS OC'lOUEJllKT
BFRKKLEY Oymnasiuni, for women and onildren,
will remove tn Cani'gle Hall, West 57th st. Ap
plications for membership received at temporary of.
flee, Otm Btli av.
Mlecellaue.ii..
PENNINGTON (N. J 1 SEHINARY. Convenient to
New York, Philadelphia, Ualtlmure and Washing
toni both .exe.i 5th yeari beallhfult beautiful! 18
teachers! 12 courses! 'tCO a year, ror beautifully
Illustrated catalogue, address
TIIOH.ll 11 ANLON. D. D Prraldeut.
?fvonl Hotirw.
riiif 4r.a-r; "7ioqoattacaruthers
UlVUtlV-Oi of Dakota. Lastern oltloaa,
XiU Uroadnay, bt Paul building,
LION INSTITUTE,
1H1H SI AND 5T11 AVL .
FIRST DhMONSntATlONS IN AMERICA
I.IOVH
INFANT INCUBATORS,
BHOWINtl THEIR PRsCTICAL WORKINO WITH
,IarVT 3.3I3EIJ3.
Infanta will b. received from now oa at Institute.
. Opening dally from 10 . to 10 P. II., tjuaday
tacludad.
Admlsaloa, 85a. yamlly and season tloktta, 09.
Stand the Family in a Row I
FATHER and mother, the grown sons and daughters, the girls and the boys, down to the smallest of the children and the easy t V
way to fit them all out properly is to bring them to Wanamaker's. ,.,, , .., llA .
Take clothing, cloaks, dresses, shoes, or underwear, there's a certain peculiar character about all Wanamaker gear; outside,
stylo and beauty; inside, excellence, backbone, the enduring quality that many people pay extra for. 1
But not those who buy at Wanamaker's. 1
M, , , . Tins is not the
Misses' Cloaks 0,, when
An Event. prices on fine
cloaks are dropping; and this makes
more notable a transaction which
brings here a maker's stock of misses'
jackets, to sell at
Almost Wholesale Prices.
They're all Russian blouse jackets,
in fine kerseys, boucles, and cheviots;
royal blue, navy, red, green, and two-
toned effects, plain, braid-trimmed or
fur-trlmmed. Our prices are $10 to
20 and they are 25 per cent, under
value.
Second floor.
WrsmAti'i: Beauty and style out
women s sidC) wortniness through
Coats. anfj through, all coat-
makers know that this is always the
first condition for goods to find accept
ance at Wanamaker's ; and the advan
tage of commanding this outlet keeps
the very best always competing for ad
mission. These new coats are exceedingly
stylish and attractive :
$12 Imported coat of fine black
cheviot with large storm collar, double
breasted loose front, new shape back.
pii.JU iNavy ui uiav-n. i;".i -"",
double-breasted, with large storm collar,
full revers and front, edging of astrakhan
fur; half lined with black silk serge.
16 Another imported coat of black
cheviot, with coat collar, large revers,
double stitched seams, lined with fancy
silk serge. , ,
21 Blouse-front coat of black or
navy kersey, finished with kersey straps,
heavily stitched, inlaid elet collar, with
the one piece French back, lining of fancy
checked taffeta.
$21 Very stvlish blouse-front coat
of black or navy kersey or tan covert
cloth, both sides of front and turn-over
collar edged with astrakhan fur ; full-lined
with changeable taffeta.
18 Seal plush blouse coat, diagonal
front, high rolling collar, front and collar
edged with astrakhan fur, black satin
lining.
30 Magnificent velour blouse coat,
diagonal front ; storm collar and the new
bell cuffs; the entire coat and sleeves
edged with black marten, fancy satin
lining.
Second floor.
Girls' Dresses.
Gretchen style, in pretty checks,
ruffle and shoulder straps, $2 25 for any
size, 6 to 14 years.
Pretty Gretchen in small plaids,
blouse front of plain material, finished
with tinsel braid and small brass buttons,
6 to 14 years, JJ.
And a great range of other styles,
rising by easy steps to $1 5-
Second floor.
Cloth and Plush Capes.
26 in. black beaver cape, double
watteau plait in back, braid-trimmed,
storm collar and front edged with black
marten, $5-50-
23 in. black kersey cape, inlaid vel
vet collar, edged with straps of the ma
terial, J8.
20 in. plush cape, serge lined and
interlined, storm collar edged with astra
khan, $3.50.
27 in. seal plush cape, black satin
lining, interlined, front and storm collar
edged with black Thibet fur, 12.
Second floor.
Handkerchiefs. reIand) Frnce or
Switzerland where they are made,
handkerchiefs come to Wanamaker
direct mi they come in numbers
that you can but faintly imagine.
But you can get an idea of what
Wanamaker methods mean to you in
price by comparing values here and
elsewhere. For comparison take our
unlaundered hemstitched handker
chiefs at Hi a dozen, for men or
women, those for women with hand
embroidered initial; or take these
elegant handkerchiefs at 50c., with
real Point de Venise lace edges a
handkerchief that almost anywhere
else would cost one-half more.
And every thread linen always.
Women's Handkerchiefs.
Hemstitched, fancy embroidered edges, 25c.
Embroidered and hemstitched, lace edges,
25c
Hemstitched, with point gauze lace edges, a
great variety of patterns made expressly
for us, 25c.
Hemstitched and embroidered, 35c.
Scalloped edges and embroidery, 35c.
Hemstitched and embroidered, 50c.
Scalloped edges and embroidered, 50c.
Embroidered, with lace edges, 50c.
Real Point de Venise lace edges, rever stitch
ing, 50c
Men's Handkerchiefs.
Hemstitched, elegant quality, fully bleached,
St. 75 a dozen.
Pure white hemstitched, different widths, ex
tra quality, 2jc.
Broadway,
gianofottejJ, Ofrjntw, &c.
STECK PIANOS.
Wartrooms TEH II ALU 11 KAslT lTH BT.
Pull assortment of the.e reliable Instruments. Also a
number of second band grand and uprlant and a lot
of tiuare pianos of various losses and at all pnoas,
(or sale on easy terms If required.
riAistn to nstWT.
WALTERS PIANOS.
1 05, 1 07 W. 33d, -.--.-.v.
:ga-iys?-r.gca
Wanamaker ShoeSelling
Two things have revolutionized shoe manufacturing in the j
last few years, chrome tannage and the Goodyear welt-sewing i
machinery.
Chrome tannage gives to kidskin that soft, velvety surface and perfect
flexibility that used to be found only in the costly French kid. Now we have
changed all that, and Philadelphia factories supply France with her finest
leather.
The Goodyear process of welt-sewing makes possible such marvels of
shoe-goodness as our 1.60 shoes for women, shoes that combine style in
make and excellence in wear, at a price which in most shoe shores will buy
only trash.
But no shoe-selling organization has been able to make such use of these
new forces as the Wanamaker stores do. Our immense outlet makes possible
immense production, with its great economies ; and such production gives us an
ever-growing outlet. The two inciease together.
When these advantages are fully known to New York shoe-buyers, they
will understand why shoe-values at Wanamaker's are so different from those of
other shoe stores.
Men's Shoes at $3.
This splendid line includes all desirable toe shapes, in box calf, Harvard calf, enameled
grain, and wax calf; Congress, laced and Bluchers. Compare It carefully with
other $3 shoes.
Children's Shoes.
"Welted and stitched soles" means much in children's shoes; no knots, wax, or tacks to
tear the hose or tease the toes. One line of broad-toe kid button shoes, with patent
leather tips, and solid welted soles, furnishes a comely, durable, comfortable shoe for
school or street wear. Sizes 8 to lOu;, n.30 ; 11 to 2, $1.60; 2)4 to 6, 2.
Two Shoe Bargains.
1. A large lot of women's shoes, ten styles, that were $4 to $7.50, all welted, many hand
stitched shoes, some sizes missing in some styles, are all to be closed out at
$2.60 a Pair.
2. Four styles of men's lace shoes, in wax calf, tan russet; and box calf, equal to regular
f 3 shoes, are here at
$2.20 a Pair.
Fourth avenue.
ri j. Thirty days ago we announced a new department
UVerCOaTS merchant tailoring, at Wanamaker prices. In
in nrflpr SsO three days you had so overwhelmed us with orders
iu ui UCI , pou. ti,at we uve been obliged to " say nothing and saw
wood " ever since.
Now we are ready again, better equipped than ever. Cutters, properly
qualified, are here on the spot. Come and leave your measure for one of
ttiese new $30 overcoats, in black or Oxford Thibets, black or blue Kerseys,
or black, blue, or brown Elysians; for linings, your choice of Skinner's satin,
warranted for two seasons, or a pure dye all -sil' that will probably last only
one. The tailoring shows hand-felled edges, lapels, and buttonholes,
beautiful woik.
$30 is our introductory price. On such coats, you are saving a clear $20.
Overcoats UT cusonl tailoring is a concession to you. We
uvcrtuats wbiild rather sell vou a coat than make you one
Ready tO'Weai. and you will get "even better value.
Our $2 overcoats in black or blue all-wool kersey are stylish in appear
ance and excellent in wear. The body lining is of all-wool black diagonal, and
black satin shoulders ; thoroughly well made and finished.
In finer kersey, blue or black, hand-made collar and buttonholes, $15.
A splendid quality kersey, made with three-quarter inch lapped seams,
black satin shoulders and sleeve linings, $18.
And still better quality, with raw edged and Circassian lining, the kind
that never wears out, $20. This price means a clear saving to you of $5.
Second floor, Fourth avenue.
Chain Up Your Ideas
NO ONE can long remember a mass of isolated or dis:onnected facts. If
you doubt this, read a page of your dictionary and test your recollection five
minutes after the leaf is turned.
On the other hand, if but a single link in a chain of facts catch in your
memory, the chain from end to end is yours. The proof lies in reading not a
page merely, but a whole chapter, if you like, of Ridpath's History of the
WORLD. The vivid word-pictures, the story of connected events, sink into your
memory. Weeks, months, yeais afterwards the vast array of facts and incidents
may be called before your mind at will.
In this lie the pleasure of reading and the profit of studying Ridpath's great
history a pleasure and profit shared by no other great reference work. Your
encyclopedia may tell you what you wish to know about a given subject
Ridpath does the' like and
Makes You Remember It
In the eight massive volumes of over 800 pages each will be found every
fact worth remembering since history began. And the finding is easy, because
the indexes are the most complete ever placed between covers.
When the Wanamaker History Club closes, you must pay double for this
great work for reading, reference, and study.
Send or bring your dollar at once, and the entire set of eight volumes will
be delivered at once, you agreeing to make fifteen monthly payments first
payment thirty days after joining for the cloth-bound, $1.50 a month ; for the
half Russia by far the more durable and attractive $2 a month; for sump
tuous full morocco, $2.50 a month.
Members may resign within ten days, and their payments will be returned.
Specimen pages, illustrations, testimonials, and full particulars mailed free.
Boys' A SAILOR suit is the jjoq A publisher issued a
Clnthino- Pr0Per thin for,a bo Bargain series of standard books
uotmng. of t;ree or for a boy of Bargain. at thinking jt re
twelve. Made of all-wool blue chev- markable edition at such a price, and
iot, trimmed with black mohair braid, it was. Large, clear type, good paper,
and edged with white or red silk sou- well bound in cloth, gilt tops,
tache and with pretty plaited sleeves, Yet this balance of the edition is to
they cost here $. sell here now at
Two handsome suits in fine all-wool 18 Cents each.
flannel are $3.50 ; one with red flannel Here are some of the titles :
piping and silk-embroidered shield ; the The Antlauary, The Abbot,
otrier trimmed with red and white sou- c?0Zfm 0UWi SSBSSffi
tache braid. A Daughter of lleth, Dombey and Son,
Wide-wale serge is perhaps the most Fair Women, Felix Holt,
;rviivahV fihrir rrnile into bovs' suits Ntur' Law in the Romoli,
serviceaoie raoric maue into ooys s u is Spiritua, w ,d Tl ScarI t Letter
In blue or brown, braid-trimmed, with squire's Legacy, Alice,
embroidered shield and plaited sleeves, Aurora Floyd, ' Beyond Pardon,
they cost here $4.50. These are very Charlotte Temple, EastLynne,
tviW, tiiiU Foul Play, Madcap Violet,
Styiisn suits i,jM,;iin The Monastery, Macleod of Dare,
Boys' reefers of all-wool chinchilla, Romance of ' Poor SIUs M,rneri
WOOl-lined, $4.50; 3 to 16 years. Young Man, The Pioneers.
Second noor. Ninth atreet.
JOHN WANAMAKER
Formerly A. T. Stewart & Co., Broadway, 4th ave., 9th and 10th sts.
s8HofowjJ, roam, c.
iIUHTi"AT' HAMI.AIN".
7 octave, large slsa, 17f,U0 II HO month y
7 octave, largest slie, 1200 00 .... 1" 00 monllily
Large assortment at from 1 26.00 upward
Bents la. UOltPQN'H. law till av near KOtU st.
BEAtmrDL uprlnht pianos, $S. 9i btelnway,
lllSt new uprights; Tim. VMNlhimoril, 103
But lstn st , adjoining melnvf ay's. .
STKINWXY UPRIOHT, used but a tew months
ensep f or casb or oa timet jrreat bargain.
LOUIS i. JOBOKI.YN, 10 least lOtk at.
I
gtnnofotlfc, (Drpntf, kt,
IAHOE assortment, slightly used, 0 to tiaoi rent,
J 11 1 small Installments. Ouvrlcr llros . 1KB Islli.t,
rpHN UWHOIITS, S6 to 17Bi Cnlckerlng. Sterling,
-L Borumer. good squares. It 3.
WlaSWSB HALL, all Broad st . Newark.
ffltlUurru autrgtwniahtofl.
SEAL OAIlllENTS. rtne (an mad. to orden model
ling old garments a sMdaltyi prtoea reasonable,
BAlt-KB'8. Ill W. I8U stoat. el auathsr, Ota av 3
lb:'
LVnersnrs'a T WlTI give yOU SOtTM WW
Wgm.?n s idea of the range of 1
bulls, styles here to look at
Ihese two Russian blouse suits, one at i'l;
$15, the other at $3.6- Wlf
The $15 suit is in soft serge, black M
or navy, the waist artistically set off m
with trimming of satin and silk braid. ,. Mift
It is noticeable for style and elegance. jil
The $36 suit is in very handsomo w WM
two-toned serge, green or brown " JK
colorings. The waist is beautifully ;fi
braid-trimmed, and the entire suit U
lined with rich plaid silk. , '
Then this list shows some sped-s g
mens of Wanamaker values and style
in close-fitting and fly-front suits. ' v
$20 Stylish tight-fitting dress oil , f
black or navy serge, high at neck, but ill (
toning diagonally over shoulder, witt & 1
two rows of buttons, postilion back 1 J
waist taffeta silk lined, skirt silk-line 1
lined, velveteen finished. J
$22 A very handsome fly-fronb
suit of dark gray or cadet blue Irish friezei
velvet collar ; jacket lined with satin, skirt n
with figured percallne. ) rl
$23.50 Fine tailor-made suit OP Mm
green or brown whipcord, fly-frcSt l
jacket lined with taffeta silk, percaUw
lined skirt, V Yb ,
$30 An elegant fly-front suit m ?
fine gray or brown tweed, lined througw II
out with changeable taffeta i the jacket EB
strapped seams, and Ubeautifully tailored . U
$36 Very handsome suit of blua I
black or brown broadcloth, lined through I
out with changeable silk; jacket elegantly I .
finished, with strapped seams, and Inlaid 1 ,
velvet collar. ffl '
Second noor.
Separate W,TH "!y ltidy' I
t&irtc wear sk'rtSi the first J
atuns. thing the buyer has to ji
do is to sit down and finish them jT
properly. The trouble is that they
are only half made. r H
Notice the finish of all these elegant 1
skirts. All seams are bound, and all I
have braid or velveteen finish at 1
bottom. I
Handsome wool mixtures, brown, 1
green or blue colorings, $5. ft
Black or navy cheviot serge, braid- U
trimmed in pretty design, velveteen 9
bound, S6. M
A new lot of handsome silk-and-
wool tartan plaid velour skirts, in rich I
and beautiful colorings, $7. W
Stylish skirts of whipcord, blue, gray, H
and three shades of tan, $9. M
Another $9 skirt is the elegant Pa- , H
quin serge, navy or black, velveteen bound.
A handsome silk-lined skirt in navy
or black boucle cheviot, velveteen bound,
$12. I
An elegant skirt at $12.50, is of chev- I
iot serge, blue or black, made with strap- I
ped seams in front, and lined with change- I
able silk. I
A beautiful skirt of black imported I
cheviot, basket-wave effect, lined with I
handsome taffeta, is $15. w
A long line of handsome skirts in I
silks, satins and other elegant materials,
all silk-lined throughout, and beautifully I
finished, is here at prices up to $45. I
Among these is one that is especially . I
1 attractive a beautiful skirt for evening 1
wear, in dark ground, with artistic Jl
floral pattern; in silver, green, red or imfT
light blue; the skirt silk-lined through-
out, $22.50. t V
Beoond floor. '
fhilrlrPn'Q HeRE are some ' ths I
UHiaren s indispensabies for 1 1
Underwear, children at such prices I
that no mother can afford to make I
them herself, if her time is of any value m
not while Wanamaker stocks are I
here to draw from. 1
Canton flannel drawers, sizes 2 to 14 I
years, made bloomer style, cambric ruffle,
20c. to 35c, according to size. m
Same style, embroidery trimmed, 25c to
40c W
Canton flannel night-drawers with 1
feet, sizes 2 to 12 years, Sic to 80c, at I
cording to size. 1
Same style, without feet, 50c. to 75c.
White lawn Gretchen aprons, 2 to
12 years, embroidery and lace trimmed,
25c.
Aprons of fine lawn, deep lace-edged
ruffle, 2 to 12 years, 50c.
Babies' ribbed shirts, crocheted silk
edge, sizes up to 3 years, 25c. to 40o,
according to size.
Children's pink or blue worsted
sacques, deep crocheted border and collar,
1 to 2 years, 35c. (
Heavier sacques, finished with silk, 50c
Second floor,
c
Men Here are just seven 9
p.JSLc nes of goods " at a
Furnishings. price,&and every I
one a powerful persuader. 1
A rich collection of 50c. scarfs for 25c. each. 1
75 women's J3 fancy sweaters for $1 each. 1
80 men's U fancy sweiters for H.50 each. I
600 men's It and 2 fancy night-shirts for 1
50c. each. 1
25 men's plaid 55 steamer rugs for $3.50
each. I
30 men's $4.50 eiderdown robes for 3,75 I
each. I
12,000 men's 25c. collars for 13c. each. 1
Broadway and Mntb strut.
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7i.i H bunches balti ladle. OOo. (Elaotlon Uav liter) V
old reliable pilot AL, KOSTKH on board, 7 I
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