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yittefljtwurtt. RAHGTIKRB Wanted, flret-elaas flower branch Dr. Apply to AITKtN, BOX a OCX, Broadway, ornr 18th St.. sixth floor. 4irAlVTICD Umbrella. erfttor Apply BROWH MATnttTBACIIKR. BS WklUkt. Call your errant' attention to tliU opportunity, Thl. eonpon entitle, a well-recommended aer Ynt to one free leeenn at MRS. L SEELY'S COOKING SCJIOOL, 868 Sth ar where all brancliea of cooking art taught by lln, O. Lemcke, SHAllBERMAlbs, young competent cooki, first J class 8wedl,h cook, (501 6 competent wait. reaaea, IB waltreeaes wbo do cbamberwork. 10 laundresses who do chamberwork, SO cookt who wain and iron, 10 housework. rs, 10 kltchenmalds, 0 French ladles' maids, French and Oernian nurses, butler, aecond and third men, lira. L. 8KKLY, US West 8(1 it. i aerrants' entrance, UB2 t)lh at. "TOMl'ETENT lady'i mld, English, Scotch, or north J of Ireland preferred! must thoroughly under tnd her dullest family llinir In Culoradoi beat reference required, lira. 1,. BEEI.Y. 8BII oth ar. riOUi'ETP.NT Swedish parlormaid, $30 three In J (amllyi beat refareucea required. Mri. 1. BHELY. ABU nth ar. IJIIENOII nurse for two children, 4 and 0 yeara old, X' family living In Philadelphia! waxee V5 beat reference- required, Mrs. I-, HHEI.V. 38a lllh ar. TMST-CLAHS Bwedlah cook. B0 muat bo tbor .av ougbly competent and hare Tory beat references. Mrs. L.MEELV. M Other, -IRIIIIAN nurno for child 0 yean old! muat baa Uf good seamstress and hare bet referencr. Mra, L. HKK1.Y, BBU Oth ar. pilOTEsTANT waitress for family In hew Yorki X wagea a20i beat rcrcrencea required. Mra. L.hr!F.I.V. nSS Oth ar. 'ljiuOTESTAST nurse for child lx month oldi muat X underatand bottle feeding and have hestriter anoea. Mra. L. SKEI.Y. 352 0tuaT. foTRLOUMAID for Waa'htngton. I). C.i muat ta well X recommended. Mra I.. NEEI.Y. 332 Oth ar ; Al mESS who"wlll dothamberworki wagea flO a family living lu llrnoklii! beat reference re Quired. Mra. L. HKKI.Y, 33!! Oth ar. ynntftl 3HaUs anecliautca. &s, PACKERS Wanto J," at ouco, thoroughly oxporiencocl china and class packers. Apply dolivory dop't FREDERICK LOESElt & CO., Brooklyn. TULEHS. Experienced ruler nn llicknk douhla XV machine atrlker: accuetunied to Jabbing. Ad dress, with reference. A., box 170 Sun omce. iXANTED A boy with ex"peflence at cornlco and V akyUght work. Call at H24 U'eat 3flth at. IVttiUtn -ntalrs anitfcrUantoua. "VTANTED. A salesman for a prominent wholesale I" and retail cigar houaet muat haro thorough ex. perlence. apeak Qermau, and ctre bonds; no Hebrew; good position for sober and bright man. Apply 11., box Sax Bun office. SOMPETENT young Proteatnnt woman as cook In w V prlrata family; untlerstantla aoupa, meata, aea ijtf sens, Act beat references. J. V., box 612 Bun up JjB, town omoe, 1205 Broadway. t pjOMPETENTybunirwo7nan aTrTrat-cIaas chamber- ;MH lualdt willing and obliging; best city references ! good aeamatreaa. J. UcC, box Bit) Bun uptown office, eC 181)3 Broadway. &L ptOOK.Compatent woman aa flrat-claaa cookt un- mK V i doratanda aoupa, meata, dotaerta, Ac; beat refer- t cnoaa. M. o., box 607 Sun uptown office, lliOB Broad y. jS JpOMPETENT young woman aa cook In private fnm- g&- V Ilr ; can furnlab flrat-claaa rerorenc'a. D. 3IeK., Wf box BIS Bun uptown office. lailB llroadway. m ' "CnttST-OLASS waitress In "lirlvlc71anUlyr"und7r- .g -a. atanda wlnea, aalada,4c; beat city references; will- ;S Ing and obliging. D. II., box B13 bun uptown office. JS ISIdBBroadway. T?Ill3T-CLA.Ss"famlly cooktcan furnlah besTcityref- Hi Xerencea; willing and obliging. II. V.. box Bll Sun iW. UDtOWU Office. 12US Ilroadwar. .ff,"- T AUNDUESS.-Flrat-claM ahlrt, collar, and cult ' --1 Ironor; thoroughly reliable; beat reference. M. ' McP.. box BID Sup uptown office. ll03 Broadway. fl AID. Competent young Oertnah lady'a'inaTd; -',i willing and obliging; can furnlah beat refer- Si. cnoea. A. U... box 620 sun uptown office, lKOBIlroad- l way fTKAT young Protestant girl aa Infant'a uurae; wTiT 3S, -J-"' Ing and obliging; beat referencea. 31. A., box W, 014 8nn uptown office, liiBB Broailway. 'fj T ELI ABLE laundreaa In prlrate family; flrat-claaa; Jg O.V willing and obliging; beat city references. JI. IJ.. box B10 Sun uptown unice, 12(13 Broadway. 4" rpiIOBOnaill.Y competent couVTeJicellent baker; -", -a. In prlrata family; underatanda aoupa, mi nta, dea- -i- r" " 8-lr" lx"-c 01r Buu uptown offlco, 1205 ti llroadway. ' jpilOKOt;oni,Y competent young woman aarirat fe -c'u chambermaid; cau furnlah beat referencea. '"l B. P., box BUU Buu uptown office. 1203 Broadway. TTtAITBESS. Klrat claaa womaVas"iral7reaTn nrl T rata family; willing and obllglug; best city ref rencea. M. K., box BIB Bun uptown office, 1203 2J- Uroadway. W XTkEl-UECOMMESDED young woman aa chamber- x ' maid in prlrata family ; gocd aeamatreaa. K. S.. j$ Box Butt Bun uptown office. 1203 Broadway. TO AMEIMCAN desires poaltlon, prlrato family or In- m fa- atltutlon. aa companion and helper or lwya; atud. '' laa made Interesting and mental and physical etrength a taught. Addreae"VISITlNOPK01?'isOU."boxl45 Bun uptown office, 1205 Broadway. Sf A POSITION wanted aa organlat and choir maatcr, t -- Cathollo or Eplacopal Church: alao piano, organ m and rocal Inatruetlon. J. F. N 3S Weat 121at at. ' "plOLLEOTOIl. Young manTgood-referenco auid v- bond, COLLKcrun. 120U Broadway. ffi "iriFE AND MAM, colored, willing to do entlra W it work for family; city or country. Call or ad- ft aaraaj liAWlIS. 22U Weat 47th al. W V"9U!J. MAS 18' deslrea a poaltlon arcTerk'lna fe J bank or business omca wbero there 1 an oppor- 5 tunity of learning and adranclng; has had experience iW In an arcntlect'a office; honest and willing; can fur m !r!l -"eferencea aa to character, ability, 4c. Addrcaa j!L M. E., boilSQBun offlco. f .. cjftWMgtmtntg. I ICE UN'S Continuous Performance. 6 llllall II II U 23c, BOo. Noon to II p. SI. W JK?.?2ELL IIOS., FRANCESCA I1EDDINO (AS 1 fiSfJJE8?, PJ BWOKSUIBK). HILDA THOMAS AND f "ASK BAIlttlf, HONTOOMERY AND 8TO.NE, STA $r LBV AND BIItBHiCir, SWIFT AND CHASE. t 0B OTHERS AND THE CnBAT "UUJIAJI tHfSO elllKET." TF.XTRA SPECIAL, EAIILY OPENINO LINCOLN Jf- DAY, Saturday, February 12. Dooraopan atU;30. Part ormance all day uatll 1 1 P. JI. ,f WM. A. BKAUY ft K. ZIEOFELD. JR.. Propa. X Mgri. S? ANOTHER OLD HOJIESTKAD." i WM DOWN EAST, ? CllOWDINu TUliATKK N1UHTI.Y. Prleea 2Bo. to 1.B0. Erery Beat Reaerred. I Llncoln'a Birthday Matinee To-morrow. K 1 W ftriBB4thar.and23il. AtMjlBienda 11. I Lf ijfcllftfi pA-VIEL KHOHMAN JIanaijer E bl UBafWlVIl Matloeea Thuraday and baU a. g Ud week in N,Y,; Sth month lu London. I1 The Tree of Knowledge. Tuea. Mat. TUB PRINCESS AND THE BUTTERFLY THE CHARITyBA3t FOR THE itUItSEHY AND CHILD'S IIOSP1TAU WALDORF-ASTORIA, F,,",t?J."P,u noxca can bo had from 11 to 1 at a East UStn at. Tlcketa at 111 Weat BOth at. and 10 Weal 11th at. i , lI KM KI.MHOll . II !,!,. Second Piano Recital . Wednesday afternoon. Frh. 10, at 2:J0. . , SILOTI. K Beaarrad ata SIJSO and Wl.oo. at bchuberlh'a. E GRAND 0'r"-''A !H1 ST ft" B Man Wad H UilHIIU HOllHE. STIIAV. P.M. W-it AUOUbTUU I-1TOU. . . ...liaaeo ana Manager I ' T ?v?n.?T1,AY J1A,TIJEE SATURDAY TO MO 1 IT I -Nl.XT ft'FPt: 6 "CPMPKBLANP 'fll." J NKVKU AUAlF" KOSTER &7BIAIJS Mv t LOTTIE COLLINS CHARMfON I JUMK A''KV. 'NYINDTilKl'S."' I MBTH AV. i1,e--TKK, llroadttay and aethTir ! S , irsisK MODJESKA '.".VRtU I. aacr n nchlller'l griat play M.tnv Mal'AIIT, J SAM T. JACK'STHEATRE. I MJ0. UltUAIIU'AV X 3UTII HI'. 8. 5w8BIQS1101VSja,EItY DAY. 3 and 8, til Oallerlea of ihe Hue Arta bockty. 21B Weal BJihTtI , "" I'll-A"iimsl Kihlbllluii iir Ibi. ARCHITECTURAL LEAGUE Ofglaal TO.aiUHIHMV 1WAT.). KKII, 1. AcaUemr ..rilf.l.i,. 2BD hT. ft 4TTlAV; Second Week of tha Annual Exhibition of lha A.S,E.1'ICAN WATER COLUltBOClllTY. A. M. to U I: M.; 7;30 to 10 P. M. Admlaslon, 23c. i Lincoln Uar.lat, Tiurrw. i" I.il.'lai.. jt ' i V.. '7 TheTelrphimMJirll Exqulsltc. Costly Bourenlra. 73th NLiht. MarJh 11. SraTov5 HARLEM ?!ihT0 "Orel. an.riialT BEAJION 8 IIHIILLin HALL. Re. 80c. aud 30c. . John o. Fox and Katie Allen. Presa Fid ridge Truly Bhattuck. HodBia aud Launchmerc. and uthiA. it " STAR . At iTtlS.Mata. To-Day ft hat. I flaTTltia $ Oinia UUS-av Tlll IIUIIIIKUV. Bal iii f NtxtWcck-A Baggage Chtk. I Ore BOo COLUMBUS r!toiik - J1" Week-Mr. Robert llljllara a New" .,r"c" tVa'.'V I "KiT Evening and Bal. MaCThe ,:';; I O.'' Lauahlng fcuocea. "AbCIIER- &mttmtit. m i- .i muum-iA-jyinrr1 .-. HRTnOPOLITAN OPKRA HDORBi GRAND OPERA la French, German, and Italian, under Direction ot WALTER DAUROSCK and O. A. CLUB. Erenlnc perfonnancea at 8 o'clock. Matlneea at f . TSKKluiir llelterdammertina' Mmea. Nordlca, Itarna, Toronta, BtandlgL Mattfeld; MM. Kraua, riacher, Staudigl. conductor. Dam roach. BAT. MAT, FEB. IS nrbr or Her Ilia" Hmra. Helba, Van Cautereni MM. Sallgnao, Campa Dart, Carbono, Boudourcaque, Vlrlanl. Conductor, Bimbonl. . . raNrth Unnaar Wlaht Concert at popular prloea Feb, 13, al BUB, Sololatai Mmea. OTedba. mandlall MM. Ibaa, Blaphami Mr. Darld Hannta. Conduc tor. Mr. Uamroae-b. ' POaiTIVRt.V I.AST TTKBK. MOND.EV'O, FEU. 14 "Die) lTalliBra Mmea. Nonllca and fjndakl, Mmea. (ttaudlgt. Tor onta, seyganl. Van Cautcren, Mattfeld I MM. Roth muhl, Ftacher, Ralna. Conductor, Damroach. WED. EV'O, Fhll. 10 "Ia lluaneFinta " Mmea. Nonllca, Beygard, Van Cautertn, and Melbai MM. lboa, Boudonreaaue, Blapbara. Campanarl. Conductor, BKubonl. No Increaie of prleea for thla SOArLrOF'PRICEH-l. tl.BO. 12. $?.0. 8. 14. Keata on aata at nox Office, and alao at TyaonV principal hotela, and RullmanV, 111 Broadway. STF.INWAY PIANQ3 USED. niKTiturua.lTA"a aiPHnA iiiiian Npeciai. Thura, Ere. Feb..l7, at M;15, JiOStOtl Mr. EMIL TAUR, Conductor. Symphony soloist. Orchestra Mr.C.M.Loefflcr TICKETS AT METROPOLITAN OrKlU llOUSE. HOYT'S THEATflE SPECIAL READ what tha NEW YORK HERALD BAYS OF OH! SUSANNAH! "Notwithstanding the ract that tha newapapera, with mora or leaa unanimity, Jumped on 'Oh; Rusannah,' the puhllo aeem to be doing their part of 'Jumping' toward tha box omoe. On Tuea tlayandlaat eronlng thero waa 'Standing room only.' " "STANDING ROOM ONLY." Herald. Oh! Susannah! is Jano's Sister. Crowds aro Being Introduced Nightly. AfRlOSy SOCBETY. citAivn rnaaqrimADn iialx, ' MADISON SQUARE OARDEN, FRIDIY. FEn. 11. 1BB8. Tickets. 10 for lady and gentleman; extra ladlra' tlcketa, S3; may be obta.ned at Arlon Hall. Both at. and Park ar., headiuarterai Ilanft Rroa., corner Madl aonar. and 38th at.; Ogden ft Katzenmayer, 80 Lib erty at.; Wm. Jurgnsen. 48 Kxcbanga placet Wm. Bartiiman, HA Maiden lane, near Rroalway; Peter Wlederer. BUI BroalwaytRohmerft Co.. U0-133 East 14tli at.; Cbas. W. rehumann ft Sona, 037 Broadway; Lurch piano Co., 3117 4th ar., corner CSthat.; Ootthrlf Falck, 8. E. corner Bowery and Grand au. and 1 80 East USihat.t Tyaonft Co.. Fifth Arenue Hotel. A limited number of boxes and reaerred eeata can ba had at Arlon Hall. BOth at. and Park ar. ' A II at K u I B li'll, GlnlnllnilV Till (rrl.) Artrrnoon nt Oils NllllrHIINY "id Hat. Era-.. Feb. IO. at Niia Ulllll HUH I D1- TIIC MBIT YOIW ITM- . ruo.iYonciiKSTHA (inc.). SOCIETY M. P0LOlPLANC0N. OF.MtlVYOnit. FROORAMME! BEETHOVEN, Symphony No. lll,EOat (Erolca); Walter Damroscji, If.vYDN, Aria. "Creation"; RICII Conductor. ARD STRAUSS, Berenade for Wind Instruments: SAINT-SAENS, Alraens-noua; GClinilERr, L'En- fer; TSCHAIKOWSKY, flerenada ae"Don Juan"; WAONER, Prel- ISOO SEATS U(e aui Finale (Llebeatod). "Trla- r r, . . -nw 'an nnd Isolde." Ilea, seau B0 eta. IX nI.roV (ogi.Bo, BoxeatlE. Nowatbox so tr.Tl. office. C. L. Oraff. Dua. Mgr. PlAsuitK continuous syn ALACE p,eort,or8r.Vo!c80 .8ra. JOF. HART and CARRIE DE MAR. JAMES THORN TON. LAURA BIOUAR. LEONIDAS' CAT AND DOQ CIRCUS, FRANK CUSHMAN, hMITII and FULLER, RIALTA, Alburtus and Bartram, The McDonough Trio. The Fonaona, Vanleer and Barton, Bigger and Dreher, others. Afta.. 13c. 23c. Noon opening Llncoln'a Birthday. All the stars. PROCTOR'S. S .MI.VMi; iICI.IUMA-l and CO. In "Comedy and Tragedy;" 11ERT COOTE and CO. In "Supper for Two;" OEO. THATCHER and ED MARBLE. Mlnatrelt; LTVINO PICTURES; 40 other atara. Big BUU Bat. (Llncoln'a Birthday) Open at 0:30 A. M. Eden Musee I .rlSEL New Oroup To-Day " 510THERLESS " Hungarian Band Concerta Afternoon and Kienlcg. CINEMATOORAPH F.xhlblta tha Oberammergau passion play::;; A prumltient lawyer ja In the Malt and Express: "After the exhibition was over I left feellnellko living a better life, becoming a better man. trying to follow the teaching of One whom X now know aa I never knew before." AMERICAN cSliSo. OPERA IN ENOI.Isn 7Tn SUCCESSFUL WEEK. i.st timbi. Tinm mlHTHfl WKD.iU... , KvEMInIIs. 8:14. la"""!"", a p. it. aoc. 2Bc., B0c. 7Ba asc, aoc. week Caiallerla Rustlcana en Pinafore. EMPIRE THEATRE. &?&$! fgZia. CHARLES FROHMAN Manager " ANOTHER EMPIRE SUCCESS."-.N.Y.Sun MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. EMPIRE THEATRE COMPANY, Presenting Paul Potter's Oreat Play, T1BB3 COXQUBRORS. l ITJI NTHIiKr TslKvrlll,, nearflth ar. Iflghta, 8;IB. Reaerred Orch. Circle or Balcony, 60c. LINCOLN DAY MATINEE SATURDAY AT 1. CHAUfMCEY OLCOTT. " Sweetest alnger on the stage." so uiu which. i.Aar Tij-aiit of Sweet Bnniscarra. hear pLcorra new bonus, i WALLACK'S MatWedVa SM.'at 2. LAST 3 -f lUUTM. T10IB GIRL FROM PARES. Next Week MR. JOHN DREW In "ONE BUMMER'S DAY." SEAT SALE NOW PROQRg3INO, KN ICICE RBOCKERBt. g If) O RJ p I 1-rga., 8:30. Eat Mat., 2:10. V It A Pa EU I IN 1113 NEW COMEDT, A VflRGINIA CUURT.li1IP. BPECIAL MATINEE Waahlngton'a Birthday. . GARRICK THEATRE. Xr?Wti: Hojt X McKee, Leneea. Charlei Frohman, Hanagtr. Matinees Wednesday and Saturday. MISS MAUDE ADAMS. DIRECTION OK CHARLES FROHMAN, In J. 11. Barrle'a Ureat Comedy. THE LITTLE MINISTER. UnVTIC THEATRE. 34th St.. near D"'way. rlUl I O Ergs., B:S0. Matlnea Saturday. "Standing Room Only,"-Herald, m OH! SUSANNAH! WITH UH BIO COMEDY CAST. Funniest Play Since Charley's Aunt. itl.KIIJ Uroadway & Both, at. "MATrNEES asaaax-iaau. Erea,B:lB. Wed. Sat. HUB M Ufa Impoaalbleto I I.ABT9 wB ff$L "lend tlmo. U UKUH. IRWIN -"Si a. as a. B0 H aiS, SITZl. lil.I,. JIIARIiB.n (II.KA IIOWSET SrSba'tli. I "K",V MILLER. "lIKAItTTrtHK... WEKT SUNDAY NIGHT ..M ri'iaitl'l .IIILITAIIV IIAU. I'Utl.H. Xic, BOc, 7 Be, 11,00, v . ,,. .. SKAT SA,'K OI'KN. Jeit Wfck-Hoyt'a "A STRANIIEIt IN NEW YORE," wira.ia-SI' NICHOLAS Ublli nl- NEAR COI.UMUUB AV. . t'liamplonahlp Hockey JIatch, bATURDAY. FEU. 1. AT NllB P. M. , -MONR1.AIR VSBT NICHOLAB. llltoiliUAV oorner " - Tin: win;. ant.t. -..-m "-rUE rV " Third Month! a Unusual aucceaal Erg., BilBiMat.bat. V. HERALD ,t,.,'Alu',T',KA- u'wv 33"' atT ikimbLi Chai. E. Evans. Prop. Kica.at8:10 . I.fl 'J ttKKHH. IftplC Production of the I Mats, Wed. tyjt o Prlalty Norelty, and Bat. 2;1B. TSiE FRENCH MAID. WEBER & FIELDS' ""sIOHaLL. I Sunday IILDLII Ou I ItLUO Mata. WVrt. A Hat. Concert. IBJaWw. the WAY-HIQH-MAN. Inollo Lltzle B. Raymond, Dillon Droa. PASTOR'S rojiTinuoiin ":. . ' wn O PKItl'Ull.aiAliajB. I ' inn lull I. 31. Nrala HO and no crnte. LILLIAN IlUr.KIIAUT AND COMPANY, O'BBIEIf AND HAVEL. JF.ROMK AND IIELlT ' ""' I.laCQLN DAY DOQR8 UPEN 11;80. ACtliKMl o"siajaU'.wii, lt. and Irving rl koutf.nii loom iKiiroitiAai B, rruTia. "THE WHITE HEATHER." Uatlneei Wed, aud Bat. X. tie, 8:18, THE WASHINGTON Life Insurance Company. KBIT YOKK. CONDENSED STATEMENT. Jannary lat. moaj. ASSETS - - $14,526.99 39 Reaerred for policies, N. Y. Standard percent, and all llablllllea. 13,0ft7,07B 08 New Insurance, 1807..... n,0?,03 oo Paid Policy Hnldrra In 1807., 1,021,871 01 Paid Policy Holder alnoo Organlia tlon nO,89,08T 70 Income, 18V7 U,6e,S40 BB Assets Invested as Follows: Loan. Secured by Mortgage, on Real Eatata, First Liana, a)8,SIB,8IB 08 United Btatea, Municipal and other Bond. , ,.. 1,8.0.831 BB Loana to Policy Hoidera on 1U Pollclea r8R.Soa 67 Loans nn Collaterals 840,000 00 Real Eatate, Coat Value D.Bbl.OSO 99 Caah In Bank and Trust Oompanlee... 830,129 01 lnteraat Acorued, Net Amount nt Pre miums Deferred and In Transit, ate. 480,078 88 114,896,209 88 BOARD OP DIRECTORS. Larl P. Morton, Randolph V. Purdy, W. A. Brewer, Jr., Oeorge M. Ilard, Robert Downc, John Hopaon, Jr., Chaa. II. Ludlngton, Ilanry S, Harper, Francla Spelr, Ellsha B. French, Benjamin Haitun, John W. Drannan, M.D, Henry F. nitch, Henry Melga, Charlea P, Brllton, E. V. Connett, Francla O. Adam., John Tl. Lawrence, Jr., Frederlo R. Coudert, Oraham H. Brewer. Darld Thornton, Oawald 8anderaon Roland O. Mitchell, Jordan L. Molt, Jr., Israel O. Pleraon. E. S. FRENCH. Vloe-Prealdent. CYRUS MUNN, Becond Vioe-Pmldent. ISRAEL C. PIERSON, Actuary. GRAHAM n. BREWER, Secretary. D. F. ELLSWORTH, Atalatant Secretary. W. W. CRIS8F.Y, Caahler. J. W. 11RANNAN. M.D., Medical Director. FOSTER ft THOMBON, Attomeya, B8 Wall St. DAVID TIIOMSON, Counael, E2 Wall St, cCtntUng Sottlis nnd gtfjJtmtants. m667-BRdWAY-677 CENTRAL HOTEL. IN THE IIBAHT OF IVCW TORK. s Location abaolutaly nnecjualled for Business, Bight aeelnz, and Pleaaure. The Mrrr Tlapld Tran.lt Cable Llnea Paa.luc ttie lloora run the Unllra t-angtb or Droad Tffar rrom tbo llsittry to Central lnrli, pat. Ing nil the Paablonable Htorea, Tlieatrea. nnd Principal Attrne tlona or the Cltr. GRAND CENTRAL DEPOT Paaaengera can take LEX INOTON AVENUE CABLE CARS direct to or rrom the Hotel to 49d St. Station, or Fourth Arenue Cart direct to Aator place or Bond at., one block In front. PA8SENOERS ARRtVINO RY ANY OF THE FER. RIES or cither FOREIOK or COASTWISE STEAMERS can take any CroaaTown car or walkto Broadway and take Cable Car. direct tolho Hotel, or, rla the Blxth Avenue Elevated, atopping at Bleecker Street Btatlon. one block from Hotel. AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLANS. The regular Tariff of Charges for each pereon will be: For Itooni only . . Ol.OO. Sl.QO and It'J.oO and Heard - 03.5O, on.oo. ou.oo Single Meata ........ jo Centa eclnl Ralea Tor Famlllea or Permanent llurata. Eend for circular., mapa and other Information to TIIXY IIAVail, Proprietor. United Statca Hotel, Broadway Central Boston. Hotel. New York. THE SLEVIN HOTEL, 14TH 8T. AND 7TU AV. For gentlemen, ou the European plan, 81 per dayi apeclal rate, for large and .mall Room, by tha week or month. HUGH BLEViy, Proprietor. IinTBt, MAIITV. French table d'hote. T neat aath hi. Olrelt a trial to-day. LUNCH. 400.; DINNER, BOc. Wine and caff eo Included taerrlce a la carte at all hour, i moderate prleea. Rooma by day or week. Cooper Union Hotel, ID. 17, and It !?d ar. Handsomely furulahecl rooms, permanfnt or transient ;rUo raodorate, ffiittttr gfJottg. V1RGIHIA DOT SPRINGS. OPEN ALL THE YEAR. 2,000 FKET EXjEVATION. On Chesapeake and Ohio Railway. THE NEW HOMESTEAD. COTTAQES AND CASINO constructed and furnished throughout In accordance with the latest dealgna and modern Improremeuta. Moat ouratlra hatha known for rheumatism, gout, and nerroua trouble.. Erery bath from flowing aprlnga of natural hot water. Golf Links and Club House. fine Zirer and: JVapnlsmne JTounfa.n Surrounding. The unitary condition.. Including .ewerage, water, and food anppltea, hare been the aubject of renewed Inreatlgatlona, Dr. Hermann M. DIgga, bacteriologist of New York Board of Health, baring conducted the In restlgatlon, and they are pronounced .atlsractory. All matters connected with aanltary conditions aro examined periodically by experta. Pullman Compartment Car New York, Phtladel- fhla, and Washington to not Bprlnga without change, ueiday, Thuraday, and Saturday. Excuralon tlcketa and Pullman reservations at Chesapeake and Ohio offlcea, 86V! and 1893 Broadway, New York, and offlcea Pennaylranla Railroad. FIIKII XTICIIUI . Manager. Hot Marinate. Calh Co., V. im mm mmm. ATI,AMTIl! CITY. W. J. 3 Most modern hotel on the Atlantic coaat. Rooma euaulte. Hot and cold aea water bath, attached, Amorlcan and European plana. Orchestra. Sun balconies, eta. 80 feet from ocean. 41. JASOX WATBHA. AVERY'S INN, "ATrD- Located between Laurel Houae and LakovrooJ Hotel, flood service for moderate rate... ArrTi.1' F. W. AVERY, Prop'r. ginnoforteg Pypf ftc. An assortment or aeoondhand STEI NWAY GltAXII, KU U AUD AND VPIIIUIIT PIAIfOS, aome nearly new, all rullr warranted. Alao for aale cheap, the largeat stock of second-hand pianos or other makers. Including erery prominent name In America and Europe. HiuvAni: ov iiotivs inaTnuMnirrs represented aa GENUINE STSINWAY PIANOS. STBINWAY A SONS, Stelnrtny Hull. Mew York. OREAT HAnCAIMS IIPI1II1UT PIANOH OOrdon, small slse as monthly ,,.100 Oordon, medium site is monthly $100 (lordon. largeat alaa ........IB monthly ans Rent. 8. OORDON. 18U Bib ar.. bet, 80th and Slat. VCIia Jt POND PIAJTOS. An assortment of these high-grade pianos alwayaon band ; also two slightly used at bargain; new piano, of other makes J200 upward. LOUIS J, JQ3CELYN, 10 East 16th at. A FEW uaed planoa, cbaapt new pianoa (9 monthly; exchanged, rented, CHltlHTMAN. 19Eaat Uthat. BEAUTIFUL upright planoa, tU9; Fischer, TlYol Htrlnway. lSt Webar. l80;bohmer. .acrlHce. WINTERHOTH. 108 Eaat 14th at, cuw, L Alloc aaaortment, ellghtly uaed, ISO to US rent 13; email Installments. OurrterBroa.,18 K. Utbst. "IJKLIABLE CONNOR PIANOSi high grade, medium S'TEINVAY PIANO. I1B3; 8 monthly upright, ' Bargain; full-site square.. .578. ' " ' . WI8SNER, tB gast 14th st. TB ?PDi?Jira.- "thtr mad, 17B.ach; twoup lights, IKBi low rantala, WIS8NER. B8 Fulton st, Brooklyn. guptiyttttrg. BL1CKEKBDERFCR. NoTo. asV No. 7. ISO l guar an. teed tha beat. Call or write fer catalogue. 18 llroadway, room 6. . . UAY VETBR AMD Astnma oatabrh. Oppreaalon, suffocation, neuralgia, eta, cured by Eaplc'a CUareltea, or Powder, l-arla. J. KepleiNeir Yotk, . FOUUKUA a, 00. bold t-v all dnigguu. t asMsattsalayit-f fSe&ttiifeui ifi-sij .f,'I;- ;-.,-. , ,, , j r TIwr6 is ready for public inspection this morning, a most elaborate showing of original models in Spring and Summer Cos tumes, Evening Gowns and Reception and Dinner Dresses.; together with many wholly new fancies and effects in Tailor-made Gowns, Riding Habits, and Top Coats, the productions of our own designing and dressmaking staff. The whole is a display of much magnificence and unusual importance. It is intended as a direct challenge, for comparison with the highest class of European productions. Dressmaking Parlors, Fifth Floor, Tenth street. Lace Curtains, Screens, and Other Things fT. Now for corner-fixine and window drapery, and the in stallation of cosy nooks and resting places. The home beau tifiers will hurry for these decorative helps as soon as Many Arc at Half Prices, and others a third less than yesterday's little-enough fig RENAISSANCB LACE CURTAINS $7.50, from 510 J22.50, from $32.50 $12, from $15 $24, from $35 $14, from $21 $25, from $40 $16, from $24 $27, from $40 J $20, from $30 $30, from $45 ANTIQUE AND ARABIAN LACE CURTAINS $8, from $12 $8, from $13.50 THREE-FOLD SCREENS With beautiful silk- BOX WINDOW SEATS Covered with denims olines and other printed stuffs. and tapestries in attractive patterns. $3, now $1.50 $4.75, now $Z37 $625, now $4 $7, now $5 $3.50, now $1.75 $5, now $2.50 $8.50, now $5.50 $10.50, now $7.25 84.25. now $2 $6.50, now $3.25 TABOURETTES Covered with various pretty These filled with cretonnes and denims stuffs. They fit in anywhere, and are never $8.25, now $4.25 $9. now $4.50 anything but ornamental $10, now $5 $2.25, now $1.50 $4, now $2.50 BOX TABOURETTES, at half $2.75, now $1.75 $5, now J3.50 $Z75, now $1.37 $5, now $2.50 $3, now $2 $7.50, now $4.50 Toilet Tables in the Sale To-morrow's especial feature in the February Sale of Chamber Furniture will be the quick disappearance of fifty-eight Toilet Tables. It is another sample line, and of course, as the manufacturer used them as practical demonstrations of his supe riority, they are somewhat better than extra-well finished and put together. No two are alike, and they run the whole gamut of cabinet maker's woods, rosewood, mahogany, curly oirch, bird's-eve maole. oak. and white rnamel. Regular prices, one-half more than figures given below. At $10 White enameled, top 29x19, one At $14 Of curly birch, fancy top 33x18, force drawer, serpentine front, pattern one large drawer, swell front, oval French French bevel plate mirror 16x24. bevel plate mirror 16x24, French lees. At $11 Of curly birch, fancy top 36x18, At $l7-0f solid mahogany, fancy top swell ends, pattern French bevel plate 36x20, serpentine front, one large drawer, mirror 18x24, carved front, French legs. pattern French bevel plate mirror 18x26, At $13 Of English oak. fancy top 33x18. French legs, one large drawer, swell front and swell At $200? bird's-eye maple, top 34x18, ends, pattern French bevel plate mirror serpentine front, two drawers, fancy 22x24, French legs. shaped French bevel plate mirror 20x24, At $15 Of solid mahogany, fancy top carved top, French legs. 36x18, swell front, two drawers, pattern At $21 Of quarter-sawed oak, top 37x18, French bevel plate mirror 16x26, twisted three drawers, fancy shaped French bevel legs and cast brass trimmings. plate mirror 20x32, French legs. Plates, and Sbme Jt?11!. Five Cents THIS is thf col - nrtw rhinti number of the ' n. "3 ing a set of Ridpath's Other China. magnificent a Day. History of the World. French Fancy Plates, with portrait In how many, many ways you could centres, fifteen-dollar-apiece plates, save this daily nickel! Without ap- with a new price on them of Five preciable spending you soon own a Dollars. But you must come quickly, life-long treasure. Nor do you wait they're finding ready appreciation. for the nickel to accumulate. That Some Haviland Bread and Butter we do by delivering the complete set Plates, also, very beautiful goods, as at the very start. you know already by knowing that No other kind of knowledge is so they're Haviland. Most of them are constantly useful and ornamental as the dollar-and-a-half kind. Take your history. Knowledge of the past fits choice at one to understand the present and pre- Seventy-five Cents each. dict tne future, and nothing so surely At the same price, and about equal m,aAks JJf eu"ted m?n acquainf- value, are elaborately decorated n" LuLnTn S T Cake Plates. v accomP'ished in this old world The second shipment of Haviland of hih ,. cu t u- Dinner Sets has reached us ;-Here are , J1 SS the Shakespeare of histor some facts about them. lcJn teture. His history sweeps the 100-pIece Sets, gold trimmed handles, $20, ill, hT" f "fe-0 i'" regularly $27.50. its 6,500 pages. Most entertainingly 100-piece sets, with gold edges and handles, written, systematically arranged, and $25 i regularly $32.50. completely indexed, this great repos- uiaPriy$37lb B ,,27,SO;reg" itor,v of information avails alike for 113-piece Seis, gold edges and handles, $35 1 TeinK reference or study. regularly $50. Upon payment of One Dollar the complete uasament. set is delivered at once. There are eight Rlnrlf A NEW lot this massive volumes, 6,500 pages, 4,000 lllustra- o-..7 r - . morning, in heavv ,,0I1S;.., Membe" w -0 make fifteen Shirt Waists. mA rcattlm mnthlv. Pyments to complete the trans- r . . ... DlacK PercaleS ana action first payment In thirty days after fine lawns, with some new points Joining-for the cloth-bound. $1.50 a about them. In this style of waist the month; for the half-Russia by far the more effectiveness of simplicity is brought durable and attractive $2amonthi forsump- f o its hiirrtMr rfci-ro Pirnr, ,.-.,, tuous fu" morocco, $2.50 a month. to its highest degree. Bvery woman Members may resign within ten days, and recognizes their possibilities when worn their payments will be returned. with a white collar and, if you please, Specimen pages, illustrations, maps, charts, a brilliant tie. Intensely effective ""monlals and full Information, sent free. immensely stylish, highly service- The BooBton- """ able, no wonder they're popular. Candv People are finding out These new ones will please you. ,,;"' about our candies. The A' 7.sF:9l heayy bhck Percale; yoke and "Oilers. saes r0 rol!inef up.snow- wd cuffs Urnti bundered co,lar ball -fashion, bigger every week and At $l-0f fine quality percale; yoke back. with.a ratio Of increase constantly full front; straight laundered collar and growing. A.cu.ff u, . . of course. Better candy cannot At $1.50 Of heavy black percale; plaited, be made Verv few candies ire marl crdcsa;d -JfXpS collar and cuffs. of novelties, and the candy people are At$t.75-0f fine black lawn; square plaited rich in the prettv tastes and dainty &trXTnsedyoktitontt methods wh!cn 'make Packine and launaerea collar, son cuffs. appearance so important a feature. Knit A G?,D one for 75c-" Tne new chocolate-covered marsh- Pettlcnnt w , faf,e , and cotton mallows are getting to be wonderfully 1 emcoais. back, with two rows of popular. Ours cost 20c a pound, colors across bottom. Others all wool, only. If you can get them better we in many solid colors, various borders, at won't ask you to buy ours ; but you $, gl.25 and Si.75. If one or two cannot. There's nothing better than more are needed, don't delay. best. Secouanoor. Da.em.Et. JOHN WANAMAKER Formerly A. T. Stewart & Co., Broadway, 4th ave., 9th and loth sts. Stwval gottcfg. TUB IKYIIASN TAILOBIaTO COHPAHT, 1BOS Broadway. BaMoaMC, Salts cleaned anil pressed, too. Bulla dred anr color, 9.00. Also alteration done at rstsonabl. rat.. Ladles skirts rebound, cleaned, and pressed. 11.00. Called tor and dellTtred. LADY for theatrical European eniajem.nt. Now SSCUiedl iOall capital (or uhdimi reference. COtitiTJLimsCtl, a Union Kwrav t gtUgcellnntoug. ADVERTISEn would ilk to pnrebasa madctan'a putni. amateur or aemt-proresalonal. suitable for SEAL OAKUENTB.-rine for made toord.ri model n.i."..Ci'.,lrm,1, epactallori prleea reasonable. Bliu&jw, UW.WtaiU(Utoutlwr,0T"2. r West Fourteenth Street. FRIDAg, AS ClSUAL, BARGAIN DACj. As season wanes, values increase. TO-DACJ'S OPPORTaNITIES will be great indeed. In All Departments To Mention ATI Such Vnlqes . Would Be Impossible. As Here Are Planets Friday Alone Can Bring. That Shine Amidst Stars. FRIDAU OPPORTUNITIES FRIDA9 OPPORTUNITIES ill BASEMENT ON SECOND FLOOR FlnrMCTDresffllntbam-lBOtyIe 1 Balanoeof Ladle.' Winter Cape- Flne rancr rercalr yard wide V O1 . ruru.h Cloths. Kerwj and Chariot Fine Fancy Lawn. extra wide ) fur trlm'd or braided with and wlthoat Threw extraordinary Talae 1 eatln Unlno wen 7.00 to 19.00. g nn W say "flno" w mean lt they are in. T Plain and tloush Cloth Jacket Fleece back Twills Vest make Dlaok and rolon-atln lined fancy cardinals and) Nary Bine with white throutbouti were 7.00 to 10 09 , nun made to sell at ISP cents B ' '" Ladles' rtoman Stripe 811k Waist Woren CheTloU-Drc-aa, Shirt and Wales full front-Mas effect a n styles nerer wear rant worth 18-act 64 " ,uo K.wDomb,Cloth.1n.a,l.n.n XSZZ?m "' Close a. silk brilliant plaid, Boraaa " 1r-""' : xok 3.08 .tripes and Madras effot ts the Tery Chiffon Krenlns and Drrs Watsu all colors newest for shirt waist -worth .18 84 full shirred front and aleerea-allk lined. 7 03 All Wool Fancy Flannl Plaids and Stripe. wore .35 19 onh Chwlot DreM Skirt, with Bayadere tucklnj-aUo Figured Crepon .... 3 on Long IttmnnU Cantons andiDomt regnlarly e4tolllacent yvrd 4,4 to 0 Braid Trlm'd Flannelette Wrapper tailor AH Wool Scarlet and Nary Twill. 17 ". of plilnootof. 79 Wool Eiderdowns best styl-as and eolon. .. .88 tad!,, Nljrht Dresses-cluster .not or Skirt Patterns fleece nap -omb'd edge ruffled yoke foil length and width gfl pink, blue, and fancy atrlpe. CO ...... Ladles' Empire and Fanoy Yoke Night Black Wool Skirt Moreens- Dretse-l.tyle-excllent muslin o Equal to those elsewhere at DOcent. 24, Double face Sllealas and Black strfpo "ZZTZ ?TLrt!r ?"" Skirt llalw-lkit dye 0 l"-iWwiril.nm... 1.20 Feather proof Tlcklngs-Sateen flrilsh Ladle.' Handsome laee trlm'd Sklrt Tbreestyles regularly 17 cent,. 13 for dancing and erenlng-deep flouno 93 Cambrlo Corset Corer extra good fit- fancy V shape trim well worth .87. 01 FRIDAy OPPORTUNITIES Fine Corset Cor.-.I..h,.y sol.ed- IN BASEMENT nigh and Low-were .BO to .78 4o Double dlatllled Toilet Bay Rum- "S" rjw.r.-deepEmbrotd pint bottle great tJu 44, "T a-fo.T .S-sUl iUm S0 ' White Castile Soap Bar. 21 BhI!?uJ ?""T" ' Witch Hel-qu.rt bottle. .34, ub"imlwldth-d.eptrlm 9 ' SewlngSllk-epool3cenU-dotenfor 21 L? "",b,'"n T. Silk Twlt-lcent-S5 spool. for 14 """n Check, only-worth. IJ.,. 7 Basting Cotton 1U0 yard spools doten 8 Children' Whit Lawn Aprons Cord edge Velreteen Binding all color po. 8 Long Waist lace edge ruffle 4 to 14 25 Children's Col'd Astrakhan cloth Reefer B to 4. yra combination collars wr B.SO. son I FRIDAy OPPORTUNITIES ,,.., a OlrU' Walking Coat of Heayy CloaJtlngs- ON MAIN FLOOR "a"llke-2to0yr.-worthtB.00to7.00 2.08 Mines' 17.00 and (0.00 Jackets in arrest Illuminated Check Suitings- rutttT ot Iuh fabrlM,4 10 1 eight different combinations wore .10 , .IB) "wiejaais,.. a.08 Balance of Ladle' C. P. Corset odd sites All Wool French Bereea ana Tntyle-regularIyt2.00tot.B0. on All Wool nenrlettat Black and oolor 24, . ,. uo Ladle' Corset Walsta-pnPf ed oroorded but A greet variety of regular Fifty-cent Fanoy abort and lonstnraltt-were $1.00 39 Dress Goods all new and desirable 09 .,,. . . ' Ladles' Drab and White Corsets All Wool Lustre Serges Staple and Extra long waist broad boned all slse 49 High color. .UoBlack-44 Inch 39' Little ChUdren'. Short BklrU-with wt-'" BO Inch Tailor Cloths-atrlctly all Cambrlo and strip Flannel V, to 4 yr lflVs wool-SB shade, and mixture 39 Little Children'. Col'd and white Dre., ,d ' Double Tinted Bayadere Fancy Stripe Skirt full trim new waist effeot 49 medium weight-rich coloring. 40 Mannfactnrer.' Sample silk Cap. Hat. and Imported Tufted Fanole and Silk and Wool Bonnet full trim worth 1.89 to 1.98 Q9 NoTeltles were 1.00 and l.XS 69 Fancy French Plaids handsome com blnatlons-Importoost7Soents 49 FRIDAy OPPORTUNITIES All 811k Black Dres Pongeesi Talue .89 29 111 ntccnniiT Brocaded Satlns-whlte and eronlng shade.. .89 "' BriSCfrilin SatlnFlgured Crepes light color 29 8B0 pair Fanoy Curtains All Silk Black Batln Duchesse ex. quality. .69 Bnowflakes, with silk and satin erou Fanoy Bayadere MolroVelour 79 trlpe-l to 4 pairs of atyle .. , -,. ,,,. v, worth 81.98 to B.98 08 oent.toS.08 Striped and Figured Changeable . Taffeta large assortment Talue .B9 49 Lao Stripe Curtains fluted ruffle pair. 119 94 inch Figured Indla.-.n!ng . hade. 40 P"n0h''otM'u-8 'nch-mfflad-palr... ei Black Brocaded silk and Satin 69 Balanoo of Imported Point De Pari Curtain Black Moire Velours-ralue .89 49 -Sand 8 pair lots-were 119.98 to 1B.9.. 0.08 All Linen Twill ToweU-17xSS lnoh 0 Rich Damuk Sllk-Kmplre, Froufronand Bleached Honeyoorab Towels- Renaissance deslgn-li colors-were Red border only-SSx48 Inchi Talue. 14.. ,10 "B 8.0 8 and 8.08 All Linen Oatmeal Towels 19x49 Inch 11 About 100 pair Derby and Oriental Tapestry All Linen Damask TOW...-19X44 Inch Portl.re.-frlnged and rererslbl 1.08 Knot fringe price regularly .17 12a Best Figured All orer Chenille Portltre AIlLln.nToweltng-tOlnche.wlde 10 oon,b,M,loM' 3.0B and 4.08 All Linen Olau Toweling 94 inchi were .17. .11 Manufacturers' Remnant or Fine Tapestries All Linen BJuok Toweling 18 lnchivaluo.16. ,12 f or Chair. Cushion, and Corer length BO pieces Oerman Linen Table Damask uplo 8 yards-less than half Talue.. .lfl to 1.08 BO Inches wide usual 60 oent quality 80 800 pair Heary White Wool Blanket Batln Double Damaaks-8fl to 78 Inane D,Mr ,hln UUJ .80 grade pair..... 1 .08 wlde-dosen patterns-were .74 63 Heavy Warm White California Wool- nemstltch Damaak Dinner Cloth Double bed slxe-good Talue at 8.98 2,08 Si, yards long-regular price 1.88 1.20 Fancy SllkoUne Comrortable-fu!l sl..- Flne Organdie White, Pink and Blue dainty light flower designs 08 88 inch.. wide-IB cent quality 12 goo Fr,nen Sau,n , mlkoln9 Comfort. SO Inch Corded Plaid Nainsooks able light and heary newest oolorlng,,. 1,08 alao India Linen 88 10 40 inch 64 Linen Tucking 8 patterns wero .70 the yard. ,20 FRIDAy OPPORTUNITIES FRIDAy OPPORTUNITIES 0N Mft,N FL0R mu Tin-.. -. nnn Kmb'dMoussellnedeSot S7and 48lnoh.. ON THIRD FLOOR wld.-were.08and$l. gg Imported Velret Tapeatry Rug-88x78 Blwk Spangled Dra Trimming. 13 mohes-new two toned effect- Blaok Spangled Blouse Fronts i'o8 elsewhere 1.0M 1,49 Fancy Beaded Vest Fronu '..'.'..',. l'.Ol) Handsome Turanian Rugs rererslble , ., , . ,. . High flnlsh-allke both lde-9 yd. long.... 1.08 !' J,e"r1,e lrle-Oxldled and "' Ollt plain and ribbon TlTt mounted 08 BOO Heat Holland and Opaque Window ., Bhades-appllqn. lace or knot frlng- Buckle, and Clasp. BeU. 10 match abor 40 88 to 88 lnche. wide-worth ,4B and .80 20 Cut Olasa Fluk and Powder Boxes White Enamel fluted Curlatn Poles- sterling sllrer mounted! w.re 8.B0 to 8.00.. 1.39 complete with brass trimmings to Fnoy Leather Combination Pocketbooks Table, Shelf and Stair Oilcloths- pla,n "' '""" "ountedi real Talue .89 1 0 B-4 Table Uhef B-4Tbl ,X0 Electrlo Seal Fur Collarette! Talue gt 1.08 Btalr 0', els Bhelf 3 . Imitation Btone Marten Boas ten talis former price 8B.00 , 2.0 8 FRIDAU OPPOPTrJNITIP? Children's Fur SeU were 81.08 08 l-rtlUftU Ur-r-UKIUnirifcb Wn.to and Col'd Embrold.rles-lOOstyle.... 6 IN BOyS' CLOTHING Swiss, Ccmbrlo and Nainsook Embrolderte AH Wool Double Breast Sults to IB yr.. 1.08 "" ".- 0 styl.s H Flue All Wool Mixtures! were 4.00 a!o8 ExtraflneLot 8 to 10 Inches wide Navy Sailor Bults-brald trim 3 to 10yr., 1,08 Ofer 800styl.-rrgularTalu,19 121. I Finer-combination collar-worth 85.00 2.08 . . t, " I All Wool Knee Pants-double .oat and knee. L40 h ,neb DoubU '" D,,ok 8"ln Blbbo" I Chinchilla and BoucleTamsi were 60 cent,,. .10 ' 0'1 Fn0Jr Taff,,M l0 I Outing Flannel and Cambrlo Walat io 8 inch Stripe and Check and Moire Taffeta I Don't mlia these ottering. Ribbons, also Satlnsi wer. 19 and .94 IS I Description giro but fain 1 idea Ladl' Black and WhlU Lao yoke V of the Talue repreaanUdl ribbon and laee InMrUngsi were ,...,. 1-tO 1 Air aa advertised. .... Uahera vrlll giro ererr de9lnd,inIormthi U aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaWWsVaaaJsWsW -.-.