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I Men's Half Hose. L Brillinnt Lisle, Itoninn ff Stripes, now colors, 35 cents per pair, W 8a. OO per half dozen ; Si Vatiie SO mid null per lr. m Iamlles' Silk Stochlngs. l Richelieu itibbed, white, p cream, pearl, baby blue, jr pluh, lavender, red, grey, w tan and black, OS cents per pair j Villas atl.TB James McCreery& Co., Twenty-third Street. I 1 Sjomtttts jSmnutu Wnitttt.. 2 1 7 f THE SUN ; Harlem Branch f 119 WEST 125TH STREET 2. l jour lervant a good oook T . If not, p Call her attention to thli opportunity. ft TMi coupon entitle. & well-recommended D Tant to one fre lesson at I MRS. L. SEELY'S COOKING SCHOOL, & 853 dill av., where all branches o( cooking are taught oy Mrs. U l.emcke. UIA1UIERMAID3. young competent coon, Prot- . j estant coots, laundresses who do chatnborv. ork, m first class waltreasra, ;uung waltreaaea who do ri ohamberrrork, trench lady's maids, English, alio 3 jrrench nurses, conks who wssh and Iron, kltatian It maids, housevrorkers, butlers, second and third men. ,JS. Mrs. I,. SEBLY, 03Weat32d St., tenants' entrance 'j. 808 Bill T, COMPETENT chambermaid who will aaalst with fc J children; famllj living In Larchmont; wages 918 to (80; Terr best references required. Mrs. L. BEELY, 358 fltb ar. fr 171RST CLASS laundress to take tbe wuahlng of fc X small private family; must have urst'Class place e, for drying; best references required. 1 Mrs. L. SEKLY. 853 8th av. Js InEN'CII maid for young girl 10 years old; wages $ X (25; best references required. S Mrs. L. SEELY. 888 Olh ar. p VjUllSE For child one year old: wages girt; fAtnlly It XI living In Knglewoodt best references required. f, Mrs. L. sriELV. 388 Ulh r. v CWF.P18H chambermaid for small family In New & Q York; best references required, r Mrs. I.. BEELY. 888 Bth ar. t CJWEDISH parlormaid, (SO, for three In family 1 'St D Tery best references required. ft Jlrs. L. 8EELY, 332 8th nv. jf 5nmfl 2nalfjs sntcunnicjj. at. 1 i. "DLACKSMITH and wood worker wanted. Apply Kf- JD until Monday at 300 Jackson ay.. Long Island City. KB TJLANK BOOK FINISHER wanted. Apply after 8 lj JJA. M.41 Broad at. fijr rAPANN'EH wanted. Apply after b o'clock, 023 I JK iMVest Buth st. Iff, CTEREOTYPERS. Reliable man to take charge. V3 P GERMAN 11EHOLU. 2i and 2 North William st. ti tVASTED "FourdTlnIerw7foweai'rii. BUCHANAN V it BOLT WIRE CO., Ilolyoke, Mais. It Wantefl gnaltjJ isftUautoufl. ItTg A MEHICAN BOY about 15 years oTage, who lives i rfX with his parents, wanted for office and general n&, store work In a downtown store; salary snull. Ad '& dress, with references. A., box Uu bun omco. If ggirpt-ffiln giclp t mixlts. Im A YOCNO LADY stenograohor and typewriter 1 U- desires a position; can rurnlfb best of reference, r Address X. Y. Z., I101 HI Sun ofllee. 7 OUPUTENT young woman ad first cIaas laundress, itr J willing todochamberwork, Inprlvatefamlly; city IE; references. M. S., box 031 Sun uptown ofUi.e, 1205 1 Broadway. M i tOOK. Competent young woman as good family ;gL V cook; willing to assLtwltu washing In private 8 family: city references. ud H'cst 00th at., care ,fi Heynolds. W tHAMBEKMAID. Tall, neat young woman ai IK Vy charalrmald or parlormaid In private family; , Bf rafercnoes. O. M., box bta bun uptown office, 1803 jft Broadway. ; tOOK. Flrst-claAs cooki understands all kinds of tlff wcookiog, In private faiutly; best references. A. L., V. box 008 Sun uptown ofllee, 1203 Broadway. S CURST'CLASB chombormutd or parformald; ueat, W X willing and obllKlng: good apearauce; best city r references. M. II., box 001 bun uptown onlce, 1203 IjT Broadway. T AUNDRE88. Excellent laundress; understands .K -t-J her work thoroughly; wagex $xS; best city refer- i. bees; Protestant. C. M., box 004 bun uptown oQlce, lift- 1888 Broadway. 'IS, 1 AUNDnEMTEicellent shirt, collar, and curtlron- Jit -a-i er; willing and neat; flrU'Class city referLUces. BB 888 East 30th at., care Uonuolly. lfi tt AID. Thoroughly competent young woman as w -LIA lady's maid; wllllug, nent, and obliging; best 0;' city rererenoes. N. D., box 01U Sun uptown ollko, I860 Broadway. 3w TJUIISE. Thoroughly competent young woman as k -Lv nurse to children or maid tulady; good Ream- V itrtu; speaks Freuch-.ilty referrntes. CK, box 022 J" ' ' Bun uptown ofllee, 1200 llroalway. 5; ftJKAT young woman us good faintly cookTn"rri J.1 vita family, wllllug to a.alit lib was'ilug, ref. jf ejrancea. M. a, box 00U bun uptown ofllee, 1203 'M Broadway. flf "VTUIISE Truitnorlhy nurso to small cTilldrenfcan W. -LI take entire charge of Inrontt willing and obllg m Ingi ben oily references. lu Kail luih st , care 'Bt tufty. E VTIEAT young woman as gH)d family rook andlniin tC( li dress In private family; lust refneuces. A. Mel.. IS" box 08 j Bun uptown ofllee, 1203 Broadway. fe. "fcTEAT. willing young woman as first class cbauTlier- m J.v maids willing to asslat butler or In laundry; beat R dty reference!. 400 1st av.. care Curttu. SITUATION wanted by a young man at auvthlng; palntirby trade; staad, sober, and Intluatrlous. W Address W. CO.N.N01J.Y. li3 cuinbrldgo av . J. a K fPlIOROUCJIILY competent womuu as chalnler JK a.mald and waitress; good seaiuatress; willing and W! obliging best referencea. J. L., box 818 bun un it town office, 1203 Broadway. !I2 nPIXOROUOnLY competent young woman as first m A- class parlormaid or cbamberimild In private r family; best raferenoea. . 1., box 03d Sun uptown office, 1SB0 Broadway, , 'pRUBTWORTHY nurse to lnfalitTcan takeTntire JB -L oharge of Infant; unnerstamls Imttle feoillDg, best 'S references. 817 West 33th st , care Mahvr. 1 jf flTAITRESa. WellTooommemled joun woman T rjc ' waitress or chambermaid In ainall private tit family; satlsfaemry city rrferiiuces. It. L., box 000 & Bun uptown office. 1203 Broadway. WAlTREhS Urat claaa w'iiltreasi uuduratatids . carving, wlnea, salsda, ftr , willing ami ubllg- J. Ing; refe vnces. M. H , box 024 bun Upton u orflce. ft 1808 Broadway, W "TXTEIX-ltECOMMKNliEI) yoiing" wonfan'cFam'. W 11 bermald and nalireas In private family; city 5 references. M, O'N., box 030 Sun uptown oBlce. !- XI80 Broadway, ,E A CCOUNTAXT and'bootkeeper, whoso tlmin7riot IK -x fully employed, seeks one other aceount to louk rf often wages small, referemea gilt clge. Address II. fWi A. II.. box l.HMin onice. W 1u0l.lll.Dl.l.s A joung man nnn'ts rosltlonTni. 6 JJ bindery who la able to do all Umliof uork In a K lilndery and uaeful around luaihlnery; cliy or E country. F , box lh'Jbun uplooiiorttie, unsu'way. : 'nOY desires pisltlmi, can furnlsii ri rerem e from ll J.laatmilo)rr. A II .' , log J bun oRlia. M q'RAVEI.I.INO HAI.ESMA.NJoiig I xreHe"nTeT7iTen. Si A sue iicuuaiulanin Middle au I Sorlhi ru Hlaua, .m ftrsl-claas ablllly, good tiablls, ixc. Unit refi'ienuia, !Brr aeatrealliierordeiiHrtinentatore ilrug.Jewelry.orata. 'M tlonery trade. Address UAUUAiif lm 17": Sun ofllee. jt rANTED-By a joung mill liOl a poaltlon In a !? " tliercunllb or banking h. uaei Ju.t 1 imiielel a f. buslneaaaud sleuograpblu course; goinl penman ami 'Bt lypewrlierandcanfurnl.il AI reference, as to char. m jcter. to., orbonds.lf neceasary. bTUULNr. box 100 'B unufllce, ' ci CoUrfltfj ami Schools. IK lrr Ooia stud lonug Bleu City and Csunlrr. SACRED HERT ACADEMY. EMietU ww bulttlnf, U"w oval, rate.. rraor.al..e. J term If eh. 1 UroUier ALTUUM Wi. Clie.lcr. .N.Y. IlMuvlnv atradriule. MISS McCABE'S ft I'anelng School, 21 Kasll7thst ; rnvau and class lessons dally; beglnuersany lima. BilsW 5TJ1.Va.,id AUADCMV. 18Kth"s't. and Park av' k Hi fci'fci'juSj'SI"- ilntu" (rcnJtrt)i a.parat 11 ' glmngtrntntg. magmtntg. MANHATTAN, - aJWL - WII.A, nrtADY r. ZIEOFELD, It .,. Proprietors and Minsgsrs 2(1 MONTH. BEST LOOATBD TIIEATItn IN HEW YOItK. SSTRECEIPTS ASH WEDNESDAY LARGEST IN THE HISTORY OF THE THEATRE. AXUTIIP.n OLD HOJlatsTEAll.t'-.Y. V. MOULD. Doiivry BKAUT1FUI.LT HET .assk fiSsila ssF STAQK1). issbaBI asfTBs; aTssiisr aVJ THE PLAY INDORSED BY CLERGY. PRESS AND PUBLIC. 3?ItIOID8i 300., 50o.,70o.,8LOOd3 S1.SO. SEATS FOUR WEEKS IN ADVANCE. MATINEE TO-MORROW. INVBra FAMOUS HAND. FATrtlOTIU tOftCIKIIT, BI1.VIIAV. .1IAIICH O. !fII:TKOBOlalTAK ?,SuSS. 1MEXT SUWDAY 1IGHT Monster Benefit to the Families or the Sailors Who Lost Their Lives on the U.S. BATTLESHIP MAINE. Ulven under the auspices of Tho Morning Telegraph. A partial Hat of the artists who have volunteered to take part In the benefit! Edna Wallace Hopper, Delia Fox, Camilla H'Arvllle, Bertha Waltslnger, De Wolf Hopper, Dorothy Morton, May Irwin, Primrose & West, Reginald De Itov.n, W, 11. Crane. Robert Milliard, Walter Jones, Wlltou Laekaysj, Lee Harrison. Merrl Osborne, Alexander Clark, Josephine Hall, Louis Wesley, Hilda Clark, Imogen. Comer, Joseph O'llara, Dorothy Usn.r, Jerome Bykes, Richard Carroll, Frank Celll, Verona Jar beau. All the attraction, from Koster ft Rial's; all th. at tractions from Kelth'si all the attractions from Proc tor's; the Castle Square Opera Co., the combined eho ruaesof "The Wedding Day" Opera Co. i the Casino, "The Telephone Olrl" Co.; the Dn Wolf Horper"El Capltan" Opera Co , "A Normandy Wedding' Opera Co , and "The Highwayman" Opera Co , the com bined orchestra. Of all tbe city theatres, the Seventh Regiment Band. Regular Prices Prevail. ORCHESTRA ADMISSION .... 81. o ORCHESTRA RESERVED .... 8-i.OO BOXES 1S, $20, and (80 BALCONY and QALLBRY. ..'... 00c. nud 730. 1 4TH WTItl'.KT TllltATHr. near 0th ar, Nights, 8:10; Matinees Wed. and Sat. Reserved On'hestra Clrote or Balcony, aor. I.A-IT two wttrtltr. of CHAUNCEY OLCOTT. "Sweetest singer ou the stage." POSITIVELY LA8T TIMES OV HWKBT lM.I'lllll. nEAR OLCOTT'S NEW SONOB. WALDORF-ASTORIA. Beatrice Herford IN HEU ORIGINAL MONOLOGUES. Monday Morning, March 7, at 11:15. TICKl.TS 81.0O, AT TYSON'S, WALDORP-A&TORIA. GARRICK THEATM.lt8'J0e"rS,f:t0: Hojt & MoKee, 1hhpb I CharltB Frobnmn, Manager. MATINEES VEDNKtAY ANP SATURDAY. MISS MAUDE ADAMS, DIRECTION OF CHAHLE3 KHOUMAN. ' In J, M narrlr Orat Cnmelr. THE LITTLE MINISTER. KNICKERBOCKER .'&. WM. II. IT) A iJ"T? EYQS.. 8'30. MATS. WED. ft SAT. Vlliljlj .Til CROWDED WEEK. A VIRGINIA COURTSHIP, NEST WEEK "1ST SPECIAL." WED. MAT. EMPIRE THEATRE. u ffi. $ia. CHARLES FROHMAN Manager AOTMRIl KVII'lltr. HI t C IWS. " . V. HV. MATINEFS WKDNEhDAY AND SATURDAY. EMPIRE THEATRE C0A1PANY, Prpaentlnic Pnnl Potter Ofrat PtT, THE CONQUERORS. uniiiiin.tr Corner . TIIKATItE. .1st St. . jr ' MAT. .gWi-- itiC HlMii-- Inaugura TT fi &ii Matinee Mualcalcj 2 --" March 1 , 8 00 P. M. SA YE. Sobrlno, Mrs. Bloodgood, Pr's 25, 00c. tl. Seats ready. At' A D e v" o jTMl'R I C. I4th st. "STrvlngplac. See the Great Diving Soene In "THE WHITE HEATHER." Mats. Wed. and Sat . 2. Eve .8113. Sunday evrnlng. at 8:!I0, LENTEN LECTURES. "The Story of Jesus," by Rev. Thomas Dixon, Jr. THE PASSION PLAY, Illustrated on the Klnopttkon. Mini mj TuT.Wek, ANNA lltUM. Hunl PlVl The New Comedy, " A Oay Deceiver" liniiut.111 anij tn() rjramatio Sensation. Opera Hoilae. THE CAT AND THE CHERUB. Next Week (Seat Sale now In progress), LILLIAN HINSKLI,. DULL. A FOX. Jt'.rr D'tMCELU tub wnnrme pay. stTTmicholas 0OT11 bT . NEAR I Ol.lMBUS AV. HOCKEY MATCH. TO-MORROW NIunT AT 8:15 O'CLOCK. NEW JERSEY A. C. VS.jCOLUMBIA UN1VERSITT. PROCTOR'S 1!y?iSS sail hT. MINNIR BKMGMAN and Co. Klrat times of "CARMEN," I.Eu.MDAb' CA18 and DOdS, BARNEY KAIIAN In Musical Karce; A. O. DUNCAN, Ventriloquist; SAM AND KITTY MORTON, Daucers; Frank Cuahman, Minstrel. 40 other stars. ITFITII' Continuous PerfoTiincei 1 Baa B U il O 80c. .tOc. Noon to 1 1 1'. M. JOHN W HANSON K.IHAKELLK URylllURTftCO , MII.TON AND DOI.l.IE NOHI.FX. A MUHICAL DALE, CAlCrilO. JESSIE COL'THOUI. NELSON AND MIL I.KUOE. 110 lirilBKS, AND I.HKT ".tMllATril WG SIIRRT." WFRF R& FIELDS'-music hall, i Sunday VTCUCrv re riUUUO ji.,, wed.ft Hat. Concert. POUSSE CAFE fVrTimVufdaV. KSAISii. the WAY-IIIGI1-M ALV. Olio 8 .sliarp, nosifll Hron , Montgomery & Stone. Fanciulli'sGrand ConwifjJtriJR JiVt.W.". GREAT!! DIJ..6U Ulthftl'arkave. TirHEr, 50. si. otx Tim 11 TT tub w olTiTu I M WAX. IjJJ ju Hungarian Band Concerts. Musee PSSSO PLAY " . ,nrt "'""' Cinematograph Views. UnVTIC THEATRE. Sitb at., near Broadway. lall I 13 Oenlugs 8;B0. Mailne. Saturday. Nlandlng It.oiu Onl." Herald. 8ffi; OH! SUSANNAH! KOSTER & BIAL'S. m.',? CHARMION JULIE MACKEY SB?,,,. March Tlli-CIIIBOWIN, the While-Eyed Kamr, RI.IOII .. Evenings t H;10. f3lMJJm Mats. Wed. and Bat. 2:18. WHAT HAPPENED TO JONES. Jiroatltiunit'a Hilarious fiufflclencj, flPTJ fll nH'J.Thca. Uv0.HtI5. JUtFntr- tl5. n&nHLUcfiAH. U EVANH Proprietor Matinee a,eiie..luy and Saturday. Sra ! A NORMANDY WEDDING. RT?A"NT1 "I'Hl. 2U1) ST. i MAT. UAVM1NU not fE, Bill AVE. P.M. SA'DAY. AUIII'.SI'L'brilOb' Leaaee ft Manager lOMUIir-I'rlliiniao NEXT WEEK ft W e.fa Mlnatrels. UNDER THE RED HOBE. 5TH fl Tbi'atr.-. Broadway and 2Hh St. I H HV. last TIMtS IN NEW YORK. De Wolf Hopper i El Capltan, Aaalsled by the great TTII IIKt.l, 114 Ml. OTHn AtSllO, Mat Wed and Sat. dial. 15c." .1 I fln Katot Uxtnnft O A Stevenaunln Hal. 20c. Jinn 1 in: ' mini t. Orcn.r.oo. Neit neek Wlllnu Lackaye, Nance O'Nell, McKea lUiikln, ami llu.11 r tinge, In "East Lyuue," PaQTAP'R n)TiiTiii5 fta I JI a i:iiKiiii.vMcu. l'JIIIII In 11 l, .11. BJrHt. 411 s.airl au rentau John Keinoll. Iiestrlce Moreland, W T Lurlt'ton, WoriiiHiiinl . Monkeys. 7TSAM T. JACK'S THEATRE. tA"i-t K1IIKIIJ flll.LIHV. ?C7 BIO SHOVS EVEItYJJAY. 2 aud S. 11URTIO ft UflDI CM MUSIC Orch aud'BaL bEAMOS'S nHni.r.111 nAi-L. Res. 20c. and OOo. Tbe Bro.duay Burleaqusrs. headed by lll'tllll A WW. DICK BERNARD, ANNIE HART, and otnsrs. Ar.deni .r lleslmi, 23D bT. ft ITuTaV. I. hi day but on. Annual Exhibition of the AMKKICAN WATER COLOR SOCIETY. 6 A M In 0 P. M 1 7t!10 to 10 P U Admlaalon. 0o. MATI.NEK TO-MORROW I I UI'l. 11 1 X t! Iki'l "" tour I'LAIIt LII'9It.'t .niillF. Nt, Mch. 3 I rin.Telepln.il., lit, IIIimj 1" Kvery Evening aiid Bst" Matinee. -.rj-..'. ,E "UAHISO KARCE ' Til mi II It. I "LOslUB IIUOTIIsXIH." COLUMBUS "VAslD at VOitaST" sWk-rrfmrc4.V..iUMUl. """ J I Leslie's Weekly ( Will exhibit the magnificent and wonder- ) p ful Scriptural Painting by the lata (? ? MATT MOItOAX. entitled V I "Christ Entering Jerusalem"! ( The Largest Picture Ever Painted In Amerloa, i) AtJUDOR DU11.DINO, 110 Fifth At. (Cor. a) 10th St.), New York City, for two weeks, ca Qf Admission 23 Cents. Feb. HI, 1808. e) V t (m Proceed of Admtuion for Seeing The fie- ) 5 fur. ll'tll He Donated fo ln Burial and ((tie ( g Fund of the Press Club of Keu York Cf(v PLKixirtE CONTINUOUS I " Prbut, In Vnifdevlllf r OOHA TuSLKrKTEJrL, suialsted by LOUIS F. MASSEN (In " Drifted Ai art"). Ueo. Fuller Uoldon, Morrla' Pony CIrous, Geo. Felix and l.ydla Barry, many others, and the GREAT BiOCRAPH. 25 and 15c. I 50 and 2 5c. AFTERNOONS. EVENINGS. BCOKOARAY'a GREAT DRAMA : TFmr. C3Ht.AJSr : GALEOTO. one Hf.lt, beginning Monday night, Feb. 2S, AT THE BERKELEY LYCEUM, uniler the direction f in ft CR1TEIUON INDEPENDENT TJIEATRE. The coat Includes Sir. Ebn rijmptou, MUs Maud Hank, acd otben. IUierr ed beats tl.SO, no w on saltt. AMIRBCAfi caSSco. ALL GOOD SlXCKIll." tOULI. OPERA IN Tfl.HIRHT NINTH ENOL1SIL IU-niOni. WEEK. H. M, S. PINAFORE. .if.r.i. .i5 r. ,.. CAVALLERIA RUSTICANA. WED. MAT. Evenings 8ll0. I Sat. Mat., 2, 2 P. M. 20c. 20c, 0UC. 70o. I 20c . 00c. rF.B. 28 THE OYP8Y BARON." C II 1 C II U II I A O Z IOVS' rironrl FIITH roxcEItr UiailU Tuea Aft., March I, at 0. SS1 Prof. Franz Rummel jOIICBIIS. will play the "ui"."11 CHICKERING PIANO, infnn Spirll I!f- '' nd ".soi .d- H1IIUII OCIUli mi.slonooots. Now on sale at box Conduct. r. office, Cblckerlng Hall. RVlrlBrisilna7l I thavand"23d"At H:10;endsll. U WialpllEtn DAMELFROIIMAN ..Manager Las U WtsaUIWI Matlreea Thura. and Sat.. 2. NECOVI) MONTH The Tree of Knowledge. ... TUESDAY, 4TH AND LAST MATINEET TUB Iltl.L'KtS AMI) TUB IIL'TI KltLV. Monday. March 7 Illustrated Morning Lectures (O. P. Serrlss) every morning at 11 o'clock. .'. Tueadm. Mairoli n, at 'J "AUel.He." PflRnrM "THEATRE'. 87th stTanTjtad v7 UHrtUt.II Evenings 8:25. .Matinee 2:15 CHARLES FROHMAN Manager MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. HENRY MILLER In O Stuart Oi;llT,e'i Urcat Play THE FASTER. "TnK MASTER MADE AN EMI'HATIO SUCCESS FOR BOTH AUTHOR AND ACTOH."-HERALD. CAIIMCU1K HALL. i y-fcas Ono week, beginning Mon.. fia 'r VTb JK (Saturday matinee.) Ja. I3 rUre IU Ell IliXHalHsr the flrat woman to' VEUII1IIIL cross Chllcoot Pais. 147 Views. Placer Mine In FilllOieratinn. Box oftlo now open prices 20c , 00c , 70c, It. Dlrectlon!VICTOR THRANE.J)S Union Square. W. W A LI. ACK'H Pvg:?U.''nM..:!neeS,"2:15. MR. JOHN DREW, Management CharltM Frobrnan. ONE SURilfUaER'S DAY. aMatln?eWtdneiday and Saturday, imilirMiVERSiTTTI rK MAIIClll AT rOOPFIl 1,'MO.V. Tu.adays. 8 P. M HAMIL TON W. M ABIE. I It. I). 1st. "A Un-at Man of Letters." Bth, "The Education of the Hero." 10th, "Some Hints from Nature." 22d, "Education and Business," 2Mth. "Llteraturo as a Personal Re source." No tickets required. AT MKTniM'OLITAV SUN KIM Or AtlT. Sat urdays. 11 A. M Prof. OEORQE F. COMFORT. " Discussions In Esthctlo Criticism." No ticket, re quired. AT AMKIlirAY Mt'SKUW OF XATt'llAL IIU TOIIT. Saturday., 8 P. 3I.-0th. WILLIAM II. BURR, "Soma Features of Moicrn Bridge Con struction." 12tb, HENRY O. PROUT. "Ruent Campaigns In the Soudan." luili. UFnituE U MOR1SO.N, "Masonry." 20th, IIORACi: LEE. "The Development of the steamship." Apply for tick et, to the Secretary of Columbia University, Winter gtoortiJ. VIRGINIA HOnPliuI OPEN ALL THE YEAR. U.fSOO l'KKT KliBVATION. On Chesapeake and Ohio Railway. THE NEW HOHESTEAD. COTTAQES AND CASINO eonatructed and furnished throughout In accordance with the latest designs and modern Improvement.. Most curative baths known for rheumatism, gout, and nervous troubles. Every bath from flowing springs of natural hot water. Golf Links and Club House. Jln JAvery and Mnmitfleent Mountain Hurroutidlnift. The sanitary condition.. Including aewerage, water, and food supplies, have been the subject of renewed Investigations, Dr. Hermann M, Blgirs, baoterlologlst of New York Board of Health, having conducted the In vestigation, and they are pronounced satisfactory. All matters tonueoted with sanitary conditions are examined periodically by experts. Pullman Compartment Car New York, Philadel phia, and Washington to Hot Springs without change. Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, Excursion tickets and Pullman reservations at Cheaaoeake aud Ohio onicea, 302 and 1 U2'l Broadway, Now York, and offices Pt-iiuaylvanla Railroad, Mtnit MI'IIIIY, MmiMarer. Hoi wprla... Until !'., Va. THE HOTEL WSMDSOR, AIMMII Cll),. J w..j Moat modern hotel on the Atlantic coast. Rooms eu sulto Hot and cold sea water batbs attaohed. American aud European plana. Orchestra. Sun baloonles, etc, 60 feet from ocean. i. JAMI WATERS. THE SHELBURNEi Atlantic City, N, J., directly on the Beaoli Open throughout tbe year: through buffet parlor car via 1'enna. R It, leaes 2Jd st. at 1:2U Deabrosses and L'ortlandt sis. at 1.10 J D. SOUTHWICK, Manager. THE CHALFONTE; ATI.ANIIO CITY. N J, ' Dlrvclly on the Bncb. Oreatly Impruved and refurnish. I, Hot and cold aea water bathain lioii.e. BiHiklet mailed, , I.KEDSjt 1IUZBY, Owners and Proprietors. AVERY'S INN," ""FT Located between Laurel House aud Lakewood riot.l. Oimd service for u.ixlerate rates. Ky.rBj'gy!'' F. W. AVERY, Prop'r. Cxriiralona. n0ihr'iir i"0 -8'm" OKOROE6fARn7sunday Vj lab. 27, leaves Battery B o'clock Tickets 1 MAM HOLLAND. aTr' Astnma oatarru. Oppression, surfooatlnn, neuralgia, eto.. enrad by Esplos CUareltea, or Powder. PartJ, J. EaplciNrar Tsrk, S. rODOEJiA H 00. loll br all dnilpju. Separate Dress Skirts OF course there's no need to spend any time in detailing- the convenience and the advantage and the usefulness, tin fact the " indispensableness," of the separate dress skirt, both as a feature and as an adjunct of the wardrobe. In connection with the ever-present shirt waist, every woman knows that a separate skirt is often equal to one or two en Granting their usefulness, let us talk about their kinds and prices here. As to kinds, first, we think we can suit you, whatever your fancy. Here are tailor-made skirts, of plain, sub stantial, serviceable materials for walking, or more elaborate ones for indoor wear, or still more elaborate ones for effective after noon dress, up to the rich and elegant "costume skirts " at $40, $SQ and $60 each. , , , These are all new goods with all the new touches and fan cies, and they're exclusive. Another Thousand Pairs The shelves of the Emergency Shoe Store, devoted to the selling of the $. $0 and $4 shoes for One Dollar and Ninety Cents, have been re-inforced this morning 'by another thousand pairs, a re-inforcement badly needed. Unless you wear a rather smaller or somewhat larger shoe than the regular run of humanity, you will probably find nothing left now but $hS0 values, but plenty of those. Some fortunates may be fitted with $4.50, $?, and even $6 shoes. Men who wear size seven are particularly well favored by this opportunity, but the bulk are of $3.50 and $4 kinds, stylish and recent shapes in box calf and waxed calf winter soled shoes. A Dollar and Ninety Cents a pair, whatever the regular value. Women's pSPf; . . n fashionable Spring Top-Coats. Spring Jackets that have been in the store but a few hours. In all the popular materials, beautifully silk-lined and carefully finished. You'll soon find your winter coat burdensome. These attractive new medium weights will prove a welcome change. Prices from $10 to $30. At 15 Of Covert Cloth; fly front, coat collar and back with lapped seams; two hip and two cash pockets ; striped taffeta lining:. At H8 Of Castor Kersey Cloth; double breasted fly front; entire coat edged with black soutache braid; back seams finished with braid; lined with striped taffeta. At $20 Of Whipcord; fly front, full velvet collar and coat back; finished with cord ing of same material ; lined throughout with plain taffeta. At 23.50 Of imported Covert Cloth; fly front, back seams with inverted folds of same material, double stitched; entire coat finished with 8 rows of stitching ; lined with plain taffeta silk. Second floor. Stylish Reefers The one you for Little Women. J l so large and varied that whatever your taste you'll find we have antici pated it. Dependable garments, all of them, whether of the inexpensive kind or those higher priced. At $1,50 Reefer with Empire front and back; deep sailor collar, trimmed with white braid; cardinal or navy blue; 2 and 3 years. At S3 Of mixed materials with large collar, cuffs and belt of solid color; effectively trimmed with braid; 2 to A years. At 3.2S Of pique; with Empire back, box front; large collar trimmed with Swiss embroidery and white braid. At I5-50 Of fine ladies' cloth, cardinal and blue; collar, sleeves and cuffs trimmed with black and gold braid ; 2 to 4 years. Second floor. AH About You'd never think how c,nnn many kinds of soap soaP- there were until you ran over a stock like ours. If you cannot find choice enough in the list which follows, content yourself, they're not nearly all mentioned. Here's a soap sale, cut prices in cleanliness. And, mind you, we don't sell any kind which is not good. You'll note by the prices that the qualities are rather high. Most of the figures are much less than the usually accepted ones, however. QUEEN MARY SOAPS Dy the cake. Peau d'Espagne, 35c. Violet, 35c Rose and Almond, 35c. Lettuce, 25c. White Heliotrope, 40c White Lilac, 25c. Chypre, 20c. Pine Needle, 10c. BAYLCVS SOAPS One of the best London makes. Spermaceti, 40c. Violet, 25c. Attar ol Roses, 75c. Rose. 25c. Essence Bouquet, 48c. Cold Cream, 35c CASTILE. SOAPS-By the bar. Spanish Castile, 44 lbs , SOc Pure Olive Oil Castile, white, 4 lbs , 60c Pure Olive Oil Castile, green, 3 lbs., 19c MISCELLANEOUS SOAPS. Bailey's Complexion Soap, 10c Ricksecker's Face Soap, 12c Cosmo Buttermilk, 6c. Stlefel's Ichthyol, 19c Stiefel's Sublimate, 19c Stlefel's Resorcln and Salicylic acid, 19c Glycerine transparent, 10c. bar. 4711 Glycerine, t4c cake. Tenth strssi. Choosing To him who lives Your among his books, or Nntnrfihnav likes to visit them, Neighbors. the shelves are cUy the books, his neighbors. When you build your model " Book-town," where each division is a district and each shelf a street, people it with congenial folks of whose company you'll never tire. The members of the Fiction family are your jolly comrades; you've a churCh within the covers of your theological works, a school in your text-books, a theatre in your Shake speare. When you invite "Ridpath" to live in your bookcase, you've secured at once a college, a reference library, a his torical society and a lecture hall with stereopticon all combined in one building that's bound to be one of the most important edifices in the com munity. You can invest at once occupy im mediatelyand pay on the installment plan like a building loan. Upon payment of One Dollar the complete set is delivered at once. There are eight mas sive volumes, 6,500 pages, 4,000 illustrations. Members agree to make fifteen monthly pay ments to complete the transaction first pay ment in thirty days after joining for the cloth-bound, tl.50 a month; for the half Russia by far the more durable and attractive $2 a month; for sumptuous full morocco, 2.50 a month. Members may resign within ten days, and their payments will be returned. Specimen pages, Illustrations, maps, charts, testimonials and full information sent free. The Book Storo. Nlntn street. Books rfwasd;Hr chan" A Rare Chance. J jgs 5SJ;rs The publishers had too many. We relieved them of their burden at a very low figure. We offer the books to you at a trifling advance barely enough to pay for the handling. They're fresh from the binder, well printed and bound. A partial list : At 25c Small Boys In Big Boots. A. C. Gunter. At 25c Education. H. Holman. At 30c The Golden Butterfly. Besant and Rice. At 30c Slain by the Doones. R. D. Black more. At 50c The Garden of Romance. Ro mantic Tales of AH Time. Edited by Ernest Rhys. At 50c Speeches of Macaulay, 2 vols. At 50c Eber's Homo Sum, 2 vols. At 90c Maria Odgeworth's Tales, 3 vols. At 00c Carlyle's French Revolution, 3 vols. At H.lO-Count of Monte Crlsto, 4 vols. At $1.35 Gulzot's History of England, 4 vols. At HI.35 Washington Irving's Works, 6 vok At M. 50 The Cook Book. By "Oscar" of the Waldorf. At $2.75 Hugo's Works, 6 vols. At $7.75 Bulwer's Works, 1 5 vols. At $3.50 Shakespeare's Works, Illustrated 7 vols., half calf, At 12.50 Ruskin's Works, 26 vols. Tbe Book more, Ninth street. Sorlnt? Stvles 0ME very attrac- lows of three to eight years come on our counters to-day with some equally attractive prices in connection with them. Parents find great economy chances here. JOHN WANAMAKER Formerly A. T. Stewart & Co., Broadway, 4th av., 9th and loth its. HEA'RH West Fourteenth Street Friday as Usual, Bargain DAg, with Two Columns of Solid Values FACTS, not Romances . FIGURES, not Talk Wash Dress Fabrics rrloes to olssr all eonmuuttlout Short Lentihi 10 cent Stn fsjioy hde 0t Short Lenttbe 10 cent Unen Noreitlel. ........ 7 Short Lengths Cruhei pltJn nd fa.ncT 74 Short Lengths Bomber Cloths l worth .19.... 7s Short Lenctha SI InehMadruainghtmi S'e Short Lengths SO Inch Feroes. 4V Short Lengths WoTn Flinnele 4 Indigo Dlue Calicoes best make 3Ts Best American Dress Ginghams 100 styles.. B ranor Dress Lawns extra quality and width ft Raeerslhle Duck Suitings O'a Fane? Printed Sateens worth .184 84 Blaok Twltl Sateens wortn .la's 74 Short Lengths Faner Dimities 3Ts Short Lengths Fancy Organdies 44 Silks. Dress Goods. Linings and Notions Black Moire Velours high finish 40 Black Moire Velours satin Bayadere strlpss.. ,70 Black Moire Velours Checker board blooke... ,08 Black Moire Velours Bsngellne eord 00 Black Brocade Satins and Silks 40 Ksw Satin Brocades double tinting 30 New Plaid and Cheek Wash Silks 30 Roman Stripes and Cnangeable Brocades .40 fVhltc Silk HabutalsSS Inch 40 Satin Duchesao all silk-all colors 70 Fancy Taffetas Stripes and Broaadas 70 Combination Taffetas striking eHects .80 Dress Debelges six of the newest mixture.. .80 New Light Weight Tailor Hiitures. 40 New Two tones ilk and wool effects 4D Washable Wool Checks-all oo!ors;worth .98. .12"a New Light Novelty Crepe Plaids 76 40-lnch Black Bedford Cords; worth .00 40 Black Moire PercaUnes allk finish lla Fine English Sllealos, usually .SO 04 Perfect nt Waist Linings all slses) worth .SO .10 Black Wool Skirting Moreens 24 Changeable Lining Silks best colon 10 Cord Edge Velveteen Binding 8 yds 6 Black Silk Soutache Braids 24ydpIeo .40 Feather Stitch Braids extra quality piece 7a Darning Wool Bit and Colors dosen cards 7 Shoe Buttons gr 2 Basting Cotton 000 yds 3"a Housekeeping Goods AU Linen Cream Daraaski 60 Inch. 33 Heary German Damasks 09 Inch 44 71 Inch Scotch clover and vine designs. 60 Turkey Rod Damasks 10 pattern 10 All Linen Towellings 18 to 80 lnohi were. 15 ,10 lTlnchTwill 31 18 Inch Linen Twill Q 20 Inch Glass 04 18 Inch Uuck 12'a All Unen Oatmeal Towels 31x45; worth ,1 .16 All Linen IIuck-34 and 3d Inch 0 All Linen Huck hem'd 20x42 14 Extralarge Damask all Linen 25 Barbers' Towels 14x24 to 18x80 do.. .40 to ,08 Fleecy White Blankets elsewhere 1.18 86 Fins White California Blankets: were 7.00... 4.08 Full site White regularly sold at 4.00 2.08 Full site Sateen Comtortables were 1.VI8.... 1.20 Full sire Sllkollne Best white cotton 1 .26 White Crochet QullU-full site hemmed. 40 ITemmed Pillow Shams stamped pair 18 Stamped Duok Trays 18x87 6 Damask Tray Cloths 16x87 openwork, ,12'n Short Lengths White Shaker Flannels 64 neavy Cantons worth 8 and 04 cents.... 54 All wool Fancy Flannels, were .80 16 AU wool Eiderdowns best colors; were .40.. .20 Muslins and Sheetings Stock Taking Clear up. Tard wide Unbleached clear, even thread... 8Ts Oneof the Best made unbleached 64 Heavy Bleached Sheetings Ten quarter 167s Good Bleached 8heetlngs 42 Inch 8s Pillow Cases no dressing 42x36 6 riemstltch Pillow Cases 42x30 8 Ilemmod Sheets torn and Ironed 54x00.... ,20 Fancy Sateen Tickings new styles 12 Check and Plaid Nainsooks 1 worth .10 C'4 White Lawns 40 Inch Organdy finish 4t Curtains and Draperies Odd pairs Chenille Curtains worth 8.50 1.70 Odd pairs Tapestry Curtains; worth 8.08 2.40 Odd pairs Flg'd Chenille; worth 0.00 3.08 Odd pairs High Art Designs; worth 0.00 6.08 Odd pairs Tapestry; bestoolorsi worth 8.00.. 4,08 Odd pairs Silk Tapestry; worth 10.00 6.08 Double Thread Nottingham large designs SO A dosen styles 40 to B4 Inches wide 08 Oreclanjnd Guipure design 00 Inch 1,20 Bagdad Tapestries Ove stripe combination.. ,40 Louis XI V. Damasks-sstln stripe; value 1.8S. ,08 Plain Velours and Silk Sheilas all color 06 Ueraldioand Moquette Tapestries Q8 87 Inch Fancy Furniture Corduroys 40 New FancyDenlms best colorings fja. New Twill Cretonnes Tapestry and floral.... fls. New Fancy Sllkollnes BO styles g, New Fancy Flab Nels-03 Inch 04 New Tambour Muslins worth .85 1 p Lace Stripe Scrims 40 Inch 8 Japanese Uolil Crepes all colors f, Double Tassel Silk Edges; worth .80 20 Cotton Ball and Tassel Fringes 'gig Rugs and Table Covers Smyrna Rugs Best designs 21x45 1.00 Smyrna Rugs Best designs 36x64 l!o7 Floral Chenille Covers yard square 37 Fancy Chenille 3 yards square fQ Heavy Tapestry fringed 2 yds. square.. 1)40 Imported Velour Squares 27 loch go Poles and Window Shades Ltnsn Holland Bhades knot fringe 30 Opaque a Inch Russian lsce '39 Oil Opaque double hand knot fringe , 'gr, 0 ft Brass Polos-Brass Trimmings I35 White enamel onyx ends complot "09 Photo and Optical Specials Fins Steel Spectacles Pebble lenses 1,39 Pearl Opera niasses-AchromatUlsnses,,,') 20B Bo-peep FoldlngCamera Time and Instanttneoussbutter.,,, 0.08 Eastman Toulnar Solution , '4? Quadruple Plated Ware Cake and Card Basketsi wsre 8 69 and 8,08,, 1 nfl Breakfast and Dinner Castersi were 8.98.,,, l'na Candlratleks and Kern Dishes; were 8.1)8.,"' l'nn Fruit, Berry and Butter Dlshesi were 8,08..','' j'oq Chocolate PoU and Sugar Bowls were .8 i'dq Wslterssnd Bouquet Holders) were 2.60 x'os ALSO Peppsr and Hslt Botlles-aterllng top., co Burling handle Files and Button Hooks 49 Ladles' Underwear Children's Wear and Corset3 Ladlss' Good Muslin Gowns cambric ruffle.. ,25 Oood Mcalln Drawers tucks and emb'y ruffle ,20 Cambric Corset Covers lac or mby jj Whit Skirts Umbrella flounce of erab'y,... '49 Fin Corset Covers fancy trim op) Fin Cambria Drawers fin trlmi were 1.40. 'g 3 Cambric Chemises fan or trlmt were 1.08.,.. 1,3 g Cambria and Nainsook Oowns war 8,08.,., 1,'qq Ladles Canton Flannel Drawers Qp Extra alieEmb'r trim were .08 '49 Outing Flannel Night Gowns 1 wer .60 9 Finer lace and tucka worth 1.25 qq Children's Canton Flannel Dwa Emb'y 28 Ladles' All Wool Knit Skirts wer 1.40 J79 Fleece Nap Underskirts Kmb'd edge 'qq Fine White Flannel Skirts wer S.uO to ilO.OO now 3.00 to 9.99 Dress form Corsets larg slses; were .60 , Coutllls extra long walat wer 1.00.. ,'rjg Blaok Sateen Silk Emb'y rnll boned.... (,$ Misses' Corsets, large sltesi wer ,0a..., JiO Shawls and Hoods Worsted Fascinators! were .30 to .85... .10 to .49 Worsted Hoods 1 were .60 to 1. SB 3D to .79 Worsted Shawls wer .08 to 8.08 59 to 1.08 Wool Shoulder Shawls; wsre.75 .49 Babies Wear Short Dresses whit and eol'd 39 Long and Short Cambrlo Skirts g0 Long Slips tucks and Emb'y 539 Daisy Flannel Skirts and Jackets gg Cashmere Shirts 8 mos. to 8 yrs jg Leggln Drawers and Knitted Cans 29 Silk Caps and Bonnets worth 2.50 93 New Spring Reefers plain and fancy checks. ,9 g Long and Snort Bedford Cord Coats l!oB Boys' and Girls' Wear Boys' 8 pa SalU;18 to 18 yrs wer (0.50 3,95 Balance of Boys' 8 poSnlts;wr 88.00 4.08 Cloth Kilt SulU-2a to 4 yrs; were (2.08 1 .'49 2 po Cloth Kills 3lj to 4 were (4.08 2.08 Combination Sailor Suit 3 to 10 2.08 Double Breast Suits t to 15 worth (8.50.... 1.08 Extra quality Navy and Mixtures 2.B8 All Wool Knee Pants 4 to IB worth .80 39 Others navy and mixtures 1 worth (1.00 fig Girls' fin Cloth Reefers 4 to 14 wer (8.00 2.98 Long Costs hoods orcapea were (0.75 4.08 Cloth Blouse Dresses .wer (4.78 2.09 Ladles' Suit Department All wool Jarseys plain, braided and tailor finish; value (3.08 gg New Cambrto Wrappers light and dark SO New Fancy Taffeta Silk Waist 3.49 New All Wool Sweaters worth (3.00 1.69 New Bicycle Hulls combination aklrt 0.08 New Tailor made Costume 11.08 New Blaok Cheviot Drees Skirts tack 3.08 Finer, with folds or duster row of braid 6.08 Jetted Flush Capes fur trlmi wer (7.00. 3, 08 Persian Curl fur trim; were (8.00. 3,08 Cheviot and Astrakhan Jackets 1 were (7,00, 2.98 Persian Curl and Tan Cheviot wer (0.00. 3.08 Plain and Rough Cloth wer (18.00. 6.08 Persian and Kersey Blouu wer (10.00. 7,08 Hosiery and Merino Wear Children's Black Rib LUIs splloed heels and toes .10 Ladles' Black Cotton double soles spliced heels nermsdorf dye ... .Q4 Ladles' Black Sateen Skirt corded flounce.. ,98 Egyptian CottonRIb Vests also Pants... . ,20 Men's Fleeoe-lined Shirts and Drawers........ ,49 lien's Silk Teck Scarfs new styles ., .10 Men's SUk Band Bow. 24 Laces and Trimmings Blaok Spangled Blouse Fronts; value 8.05.... 1,09 Colored Spangled Blouse Fronts , 2.40 Black Spangled Trimmings "a to 4 inch. 1 2 to 1.40 Pearl Waist Oaralturesi value .7B, ,49 Black Silk La Tosca Nets 48 lnob.. .49 Black 811k Nets-3 styles-45 lnch.. , .80 White Fancy Laces- lto8"a Inch... 6 And In Embroideries Four Special Lots Half to five lnob 4 to .10 Open work finest cloth 8 to 10 Inch .IS1 Bklrt flounclngs showy designs. ... 80 All over embroideries 09 to 2.00 Inserting to match JO to ,C0 Edging to match 15 to .OS Handk'fs and Fancy Goods Hsu's Hemstitch Hdkf s with Initial ,10 Ladles' AU Linen Initial Tlandk's 11 Hsw Shirt Waist SeU-pearls and Jewelled... ,24 Rolled Oold and Sterling Cuff Pins 19 Burling Top Hat Pins-German sllverstems. ,10 Sterling and Rolled Gold Chain Bracelets 08 Real Seal and Alligator Belts-leather lined harness buckle pin attached 89 Liberty Bilk and Lao Jabots 1.26 to 1.08 Fanoy Silk Boarfs twice around 40 to 1 25 RomanBtrlp Bilk Scarfa knot fge , ,49 Bathes to match, also Black 1,08 to 6 09 Silk and Grenadine Neck Ruffs 76to2.09 Taffeta and Liberty SUk Knife Plsatlngs 49 Friday Cutlery Offerings BoUd Steel Scissors, nickel plated 9 Pearl and Stag Pocket Knives 2 blades 24 Jessup Steel Carver and Fork 8 Inch Turkish Blade Jockey guard 98 Knives and Forks set of six knives and six forks .80 30 60 08 ... 1.10. 13fl About Halt their real value I Toilet Articles Frldayl Sheffield's Tooth Paste ,t 13 Boudoir Tissue Paper package 34 Whisk Broom Holders lS's Talcum Powder 3 kinds , 7s Brooms and Brushes Dew Depirtment-Nots the prices nandy House 3 to 8 Bell Dustrr 6 to 09 Bint Brooms B4to8 Brto-a llrao StoOl Floor bcrubs,.,,o to ,41 Picture .. . 2 a to S3 Bath Tub do, .lfito.lO Plush. ., 2 1' 00 Btoie 8 to ,41 Picture Frame 4 1 to 09 loor 30 to 1.00 Painters' 2-1 I" "9 H'arth 6410,00 Furniture 2 1 U Radiator.,,, ,34 to ,44 Celling. 34 t" 49 Oust 0 to ,70 Suh and Paint 2 I 18 Ellvsr Plat,,,, 0 to .40 Sprocket Wheel ... 8 WHISK BROOMS BcstOorn-3 and 9 sUtohed-plaln and fancy bandies .16 worth (l ,18 worth . 2 1 cents worth .(0. '( .MlMuilrertlsod. .... Uahers rrUI gin ererr dealrtd Morwatlon.