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K Men's Shirts,
URg Custom iiitulo stiff bosom
Hpf- nutl Kcglig6e Shirts. At-
Mp Inched or detached cuffa.
W; MADRAS, PENANG,
Ml oxford,
g , CHEVIOT, FLANNEL,
lip 01.OO nud 01."JO Knch.
m James McCreery& Co,,
ML Twcnty-thlrd Street.
lsSM
nK'i i ' '
vWf, (Excursions.
K ni OF JULY. '98
Ip NIAGARA FALLS
Hflr ROUND S8.00 TRIP
jaR i Tickets going Jnlr 3 and returning any tlm to Jul 0.
it LEHIGH VALLEY SYSTEM.
fealR Train leave New York, toot of Cortlandt an I Des-
jg? : brasses Sts . t HiSO A. 11.. 7100, 8:00, awl H:30 P. M
"Si 4 "ot or West "3d Hi. at 7150 A. M., (1:60, 7t 10. and 8:0
ij93f ' Brooklyn Annex, foot or Fulton St., 7:13 A. 11.,
vm j": S:S0, 7130, and 7ifi0 P. M.,
Iff NMUICH CHUNK, ' GLEN 0N0KO
m AND SWITCHBACK,
SA MOMIAY, Jl'I.V 4TH.
MEL EPICIAL TRAIN. LUNCH CAR ATTACnED.
M HUUND S2.25 TRIP
KfVJsf' Tlekcta for Switchback can be purchased on the
gf ' train for 30 of nta extra. Special trnla will leave
IKS-' Weit IBil St. at 7tS0 A. M., Cortlandt or Dosbrosses
iSfev k Bt. at 8:!i0 A. M., Urooklyn Annex loot of Fulton lit.
EgS?' at 7.43 A. M.
8B! rorfurtnerparttcnlarsapEly at Lehigh Valley Ticket
EBB J.' Oflloes and at Eastern l'unnzr Office, 833 Broadway.
H 2B.01YJ STEAMBOAT CO.
CinP i tub om.v i.i.-t tn:.i tiouiic to
I CONEY ISLAND.
Landing at the new Iron Pier.
TIME TAIILE (SUIUECT TO CHANGE).
, From Slid at., N. It, Hourly U A. H. to D P. M.
Pier 10, East Illver. )itoi,o.in inn.JO
adjoining Hanover snuare C"ourlT .30 A. 11. to 0.3O
Button Elevated It. It. J r- Ja-
From Coney Island Hourly 10:40 A. 11. to 6:40 r. M.
" Tickets on sale at all downtown track stations of
the Elevated Ilatlroads. West side passengers trans
c ferred free to Hanovor Squaro. Returning west side
t passengers deposit tickets at Hanover bquaro and are
transferred free to the west atdo.
CxcuKloii Ticket, sis Cents.
Long Branch and Asbury Park
mnuiencltia; Niitiirftits. July J. laiurs.
Through Tickets to Asbury Park, via Atlantlo
Coast Eleotrlo Rallro-ul, good during Excursion sea
aoa 18U8. For sale at Ticket onice.
Leave foot West 22d st .N.R., H:30 A. II., 2:30 P.M.
Leave Pier 10 Cut lllver 11.00 A. M.. 3:01) P. M.
Leave Iron Pier Long llranch 1 1:13 A.M..S:1B P.M.
Excursion Tickets to Lomj Branch 30c, Week days.
Excursion Tickets to Long llranch 73c, bundays
and Holidays.
f Kieurston TIcketsto Asbury Park 80c, Week days.
' Excursion Tickets to Asbury Park (1.00, Sundays
and Holidays.
INDEPENDENCE DAY,
MONDAY, JULY 4,
y and SU N ID AY , J U LY 3 .
$' XX In tho Ulue Mntintutns, onn hundroil and
Be seven milrs fruin New York, on the banks of the
S&t beautiful Dclawaro ltlrer, 1,000 foot above the sea.
WSS-. SCHEDULE.
I3ai' "rst express train leaves West 2:idst., 8:53: Cham-
J'SjH. bewau u:U0i Jersey Clly. :10 A M.
!' hecond expr.es train lcae West a.ld it, 0:23
'ilflK; Chambers St., 0:30; JemeyUlty. 11:4 5 A. 11.
Ek Ueturnlng, leave HhoholA 4 and OP. M.
Hl Casino directly under railroad management.
rf Special express trains leave West UJd at.. 0:40
'4m- Chambers st. U:i3: Jersey City, 10:00 A.M. Heturn-
WKi Ing. leave Gleru 5:'J0 and i:2J P. M. bunday; 0:00 P.
$W M. Monday.
SU' "mHERIM'S PLEASURE GROUNDS."
PK ' TIMK TiJILB SubJ.fttonuBS.I-STPAMEni I.XTI
ffisl (brtnall8t.pl.r.s.43,ti.M),a to A. lt.,13 oolt.,l s .130,3 IS,
rflfi r.H. . riBbt.,niuokir o.oft,to.so, i..o.h.. itt, .m,
jB t.BO,S.B0, V M. Fl 8J1 P' , 8H.I04',1 i& A M ,U 1.1 U,
WV im.lr.U LVtVEOt.'vNIll.ANDII 00 A. Sl.for IJIB:. n4
JS OoflUiidt(t.. ll.oi II. l.nm. ll.forO rllan'ltHl ouly, S. I, t. T.
?&.' rf sMtlsralllsMiim X1I14 noiTnM'vnY'.
WB&& KXCCICHION 40 CliN'I'S.
SBaS Inolndlur; Adiulsslou to all Attraction!.
i MANHATTAN BEACH.
CONEY ISLAND J. C. RACE TRACK,
'mine lenve ftiv Vnrb. root of ntth at.,
n.1 Week days, 6:40, t!:40, 7:40, 10:30 A.M.I
10 (12:40 P. 11. on race days C. I. J. CO. 1:10,
0, 8:30, 11:10. 4:10. C:10, OiOO, 8:30,7:00,7:30,
0, 0:30, 10:10 and 10:00 P. M.
.eavn Kev Verb, font Whitehall t., via
th at,, Uroelilyn I'errn Week days, 7:00, 8:00,
0, 1000, 11:00 A.M., 12:00 noon (12:20, la:40 ou
iaaaysC.I.J.0.), 1:00(1:20 on race days O.I. J.O.i,
0(2:00 on race days O, I. J. O.). 2:20, S:00, B:40,
10, 3:00. 3:40, 0:20, 7:00, 7140, 8:20, 0.U0, Ki40 and
20P.il.
IOc- pop-feIN03 50c
IP THE HUDSON
by the Sound Steamer
"CITY OF LOWELL'
SUNDAY, JULY 3.
riion mew pint ttu, n. n.,
ot Spring St., at 10 A. M. Huslo, ltefrcshments,
., &o. 1 ickets. staterooms, and full lnforuatlon la
ranee at New Pier 80,
PATTEN LINE
STEAMER LITTLE SILVER
I.OMl IlItVYI II AMI IIUI1, Olio.
AHI1UHY IMllIt a.MI I.AI.I4, HOi:
lleaners xMAItV PATTIt.V," KI.IIEIIOY."
a Pf.RAtlllllU HAS," for LongUrancu, Bea
Igbt, pleasure llsy, and Asbury Park, leave
fly ft. W. 18th St.. HlSil, 0 A. M.. 12 M., 2:40 P. M.
- Battery, ., 8:30, 0:80 A.M., 1 2:30, 8:03 P.M.
nday, W. I3that,b::0,8i40, 0 A. M.
- Battery.. .b:3u. Olio, Kiss A.M.
No baggaga or freight received ac Battery.
STEAMER IDLE WILD.
rlloslyn and Intermediate landings dally, Peck
p.r.M.iEast SHtit. 4:16. MAIlillliAV excur
ms. Peck blip 1:80 P. 11.; East 21st st. 1:43 P. M.
turning, arrive New York 8:U0 P. M. MJMJVaa
dayoUHTIlof JIII.V. Peck Slip 0:30 A. M.tEast
st St. 0:43. Itoturulng, arrive New Yo: k (J P. M.
and 4th of July PLbllo Pountalu Opening Cele
atlonat BeaClirr, ltllU Tltlf, on I rviw.
otu-th of .July OiKfiiK Trip
l ttleaiant throe or four dais outing trip to The
n at High Point, Port Jervl.. N. Y.. only three hours
m New York. (Iraiid aoenery from the highest
luntaln peak In Now Jersey, A good hotel. Ac.
leuraloa tickets via Erie. Chambers or W.t 3Jdst.
ROCKAWAY BEACH
l.a leavr fwul Ultl. si., K. It., A l.i Week
ys 8:30, 8:80, 0:20, V:B0, 10:50 A, M.i 12:20, 1:20.
iBU Saturday only), 'l:i (2:30 bamruay onl),
80,4:20, 0:00. 0.20, V 20. B;20. 0:10 (U lOFaiur
yonly), 10.00 P.M. Leave L. L city 10 minutes
VEEP SEA 1'lbIlINO I)A1LY.-(AU F03TEI1), safe
Iron steatuer ANULEU runs every day, fare OUo.1
ires 21st it, E. IV.. 7)26) Uatl.ry. 8i0 ooconnoo
inwlUianyolUsrtoat. ALFObT&lU
..; MinHiiih'rwi' WnnniiT Tiri'4, r- t
tSxcuMtoue.
EVERY SUNDAY
SPECIAL OUTING TRIPS.
Tho Most Attroctivo of All.
Long Island Sound by Daylight.
tub Ttvix scitEW ixtbii
RICHARD PECK,
THE FASTEST STEAMEn IrT TIIR WOIlLt).
Jsaves Plsr 23, East Itlver, foot l"eck allp, every On
ooy morning at 0)1)0, connecting at New Ilavta
with the magnificent steamer
C. H. NORTHAM,
arriving In New York on return at 8 P. M. tame day,
allowing stsy of over one hour la the beautiful
"CITY OF ELMS."
BTATEHOOMS AND RESTAURANT AT HEQULAH
PRICES. , t
Open air and Saloon Concerts of a high order by
CO.NTERN'0'8 14TII HEUIMKNT BAND.
EXCURSION, $1.00. CHILDREN HALF PRICE.
TROLLEY PARTIES 1
tern at New Haven to arford passeaters a most de
lightful one hour tide through the principal thorough
fates ot the beautiful city, pasting college buildings,
publlo parks, and other places of pronounced tn
ler.it, returning IN TIME for 8 P. 11. Steamer going
to New York.
This Popular Trip
ttll.1, AUO HE ma on
MONDAY, July 4th.
lujt! pnonrtAMMB.
$3 1 0.OO.
Round Trip to
Dawson City, Alaska.
An opportunity to soe for yourself.
Ttaslnrss or 1'lpa.are. .nperlor Service, Meal,
ami gtnteroom. lucluded.
Leave Seattle or Yanoouver for Dawson City,
Alaska. July 14th; New York, Philadelphia or Bos
ton July 8tb; returning, reach Soattle Sept. 1st.
FOB PAIlTICTJLAna OF THIS
GRAND VACATION OR BUSINESS TOUR
APPLY TO
Boston & Alaska
Transportation Company.
H. A. KESSEL, B4 South St., New York.
F. A. GP.OS1, 230 Washington St., Boston, or
A. E. CRONENWETT. 114 James St.. Seattle. Wash.
SAVE HALF HOUR.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
CONEY ISLAND,
MANHATTAN BEACH,
WEST BRIGHTON,
SHEEPSHEAD BAY RACE TRACK.
U8 MINUTES' ACTUAL TIKE
via
39th St.,Brooklyn Ferry,
From foot of Whitehall St .
at Battcrv. Tormlnus of all
Elevated P.oatls, Broadway and Belt Line Oars.
CONNECTING WITH
LONG ISLAND R. R.,
CULVER. AND M VNHATTAN BEACH DIVISIONS.
ROUND THIP TO CONEY ISLAND. UOr.
ROUND TRIP TO HANHATTAN BEACH, 4O0.
AI.I. HI HAM lJXI'HIO TltAIM.
NO STOPS. NO CllOWDINO.
not rv rtcnv an .iiiini:.
NIAQARTTFAiXS
IVnEPCVDlISCT! (hdTfo fOB TUB
DAY Hl IIOUSD TniP
BXCVIMIOT VIA Tim
PICTUnmQL'B
ERIE RB RB
Tickets good (tolnR on all rojular trains Saturday,
Jnly2;RooJ return lng, IcstIus Niagara Fallt on or
before Julr Bth. 1B9B.
Trains leave West S3J tt. H.nQ A. 51.. 7i25 P. M.,
anJ t:10I'.JI.i Chambers it., U.UU A. M., 7:30 P. M.
anJ U:151'. U.
Tickets on aalo at all Trie office In New York
Brooklp. Hoboken and Jersey CltjN
GULViB mum
From 39th St. (Brooklyn) Ferry.
Ft. Whitehall St. (Battery), N. Y.
liual. Connectlna with Express
Trntna. IV. Ht.p..
Leave Dally 7:00 (exceptSunday), S.00, 9:00. 10:00,
11:00 (11:30 Sundays only) A.M., 12:00 noon (12:80
Sundays only), 12:40 (except Bundays), 1:00, and
every 20 minutes thereafter until 10:40 P.M. Fre
quent trsins returning: last train leaves Coney Island
at 11:84 p. M.
FARE 10 CENTS.
Mpend tho Fourth on the Hudson.
tYKKT I'tlll, Mitt Hl'ltUII. and I'OCfill
ItltEI'MK dally ICX4 I'HMIUV (except Sundays)
by Palaou Iron Day Line Steamers New York ana
Albany from Desbro.ses st. pier at 8:40 A. M. and
West a 2d St. at 1) A. M.
femHgtmwfi.
Manhattan Beach.
Swept by Ocean Breezes.
Victor Herbert's !, Band sYyffl:
Admission (Except Saturday A Sunday), 10c & 23a
Saturdays ft Bundays, 23 ou. ABO ota.
Pain's Manila & Fireworks Ei,rMo2u.fS.M.a
Oe Wolf Hopper el CAPiTAr?,ICIJtlBMu.nu.04PP.S:
Assisted by A COMPLETE MILITARY BAND.
Matinees haturdaya ana July 4th at 4 P. M.
LENOX LYCEUM. nUDOLPIiaAnONUSON!'Hgr.
TO-NIGHT, POPULAR CONCERT
BANUV UUSSA and 1'LOHr.NriNE QUINTETTE.
SUNDAY I DAN rl"h
NIGHT I GODFREY'S I T'
Bests and bolts now on sale.
FLOATING ROOF GARDEN.
otrnmxr (ilttJVD IlKI't'lILIC. F.r HOe.
UTO-NIGHT. (-) TO-NIGHT.
DELIOHTFUL MOONLIOnT SAIL
Every Eienlng, Brooklyn Marino Band of 80.
Al. II. Wilson, (ieo. W. Day, Chas, II, Duncan Mothers.
Lrarrs West 2uth St., 8; Battery Landing, rt:20:
Bridge Dock, U'klyn. 8:80. lleturulng 11:13.
TUB nlQIUni Theatre I TELEPHONE"
COOLllAuIllU I Adm.BOo." I To-morrowl
In TUKATI113 TO-DIl-ail OnltOOIIU-MUIITI
1..UI. DI.uiil 2D Ultl'.AT WEEEI
Clara I.lpmnnl llll'IC'S
TIIR TKI.ItPIIOVK CIHL! HUMMVIt WllillTnl
Julyll NewExIravagania, "Yankee DoodleDandy."
Palaop CONTINUOUS tf,5?
lALAlb rmtioiiiiAxtu. y,n, j,
J, 11. HIODIttllT In One Touch or Mature."
Great War-Uraph. Josephine Oaaiman, Fields A
Lewis, Itnmalo Bros., Cook A Sonora, 80 others,
13o, 25o. Afts. (Come any time.) 23o , BOo. Evg'a.
KOSTER & DIAL'S MUSIC HALL. A5'!,'f
BURLESQUE COOK'S TOUR, p"
ROOF GARDEN. VJkV:jl'L
ltoxers Urns , Murguerlta Bylra, and 10 others.
p" iADiaii HAiir ituiif i.AttiiEti r
., KVENINON AT HilV ADM. BOc.
GRAND POPULAR CONCERTS "
llv t tie telrn.nlitni. I'erinnneiit Orchestra,
a Cold or llalny .NlgbU Concert In Amphitheatre. 8
DA CTrtOt5"o,Tlt'iiPsi
0 Jt O I'KltKOltUAHCES.
ltlltlll 1. 1 1 p. II. grata uo olid no feats.
IIKNaRO & BAILEY. BFN IIAH.NEY.
I! UiTH MURUAU MULVEV 1NMAN.
jS SAM T. JACK'S THEATRE,
TT29 UROsDWAI' BOTH T.
mzMl BIO BUOWB KTEltT DAT. I and 8.
9fO? Klla. Iroja, J,suUTMtauu,Smm Ouu.
t
ssasaaji J ,; -jA-t. h,ii.fc.,a .Atj' 4.sa'Avsiw.s
" .-.....-. .. : - i ii iiiihii. in i i ii ' i " niii
l&i ok 9fiMfctfm f J
Hints for a Holiday
WE close to-morrow at twelve o'clock, noon. That makes it a short day for ante-holiday busi
ness. The richer opportunity and the greater leisure come to-day ; profit thereby.
The air is full of the holiday feeling, and the tension of spirit increases as the national Great
Day approaches. Given good weather and good news there will be few Fourths like Monday's.
It is not to be wondered at that our store news echoes the feeling of the hour and shouts of a holi
day, albeit in a mercantile strain and to mercantile significance.
Some Astonishing Underwear Prices
New Goods at One-fourth and One-half
Do dollar garments at twenty-five cents each strike you as
bargains worth looking into? Particularly when we tell you that
they are new goods, and right kinds? They are here, scores
of dozens of them.
Here's the story. We are closing out a number of lines of
Men's under shirts and drawers, and we don't intend to take
more than a day to do it. So we have made the loss sharp, and
somewhat bitter, in order that it may be decisive. Consequently,
hundreds of dozens of American and English makes, some plain,
some in fancy dots and stripes, some in fancy openwork styles,
heretofore priced at
38c, 50c, 75c. and $1 a Qarmcnt
Go To-day at 25c. Each.
Of course they are all Summer weights. We wouldn't call this
much of a bargain offer if the goods were anything else than
kinds wanted now.
Trimmed Millinery
There is a Holiday Swing to our Millinery Store a festival of fair,
fine, cheapness. Hats that are subdued glory because so neat, dainty, beau
tifulwhite chiffon, white straw, white wings, full trimmed, at $. Others,
finer, at $4.
How is this ? No Summer closing of our millinery work rooms, and
that makes the bargains rational. We contribute our profits and more, you
respond to the offerings thus the milliners get steady work. And they are
the" same milliners that make the highest cost hats the hats that make Paris
jealous of New York.
It's a Carnival. To make it the merrier, we add to these hats of ours
two hundred from Paris, from the prices of which we have taken one-third
and one-half.
. 150 Paris Hats, $1 to $2.50 50 Paris Hats, $12.50 to $22
All of them are very late importations.
Our own high grade full trimmed hats that were $ 14 to $18 yesterday
are $10 to $12 to-day.
Such of our friends as may have been waiting for this occasion will find
in this a full reward for their patience.
Shoe Ttankb S'Sut'0;
for a Holiday sn0e store should
have. We specialize a great deal in
our shoe news, but we have other
things than the shoes we talk about.
We have told you so much of the
dollar - and - a - half and two - dollar
grades, that there is danger that you
may think that we have nothing else.
We have everything that a big shoe
store should have, and more than all
but a very few do have.
Nevertheless, bargain news is such
interesting reading that we will con
tinue our talk on the little-priced
goods. As these,
$1.50 LOT TOR GIRLS Of brown kldskln
and russet goatskin; spring heels, welted
and stitched soles, round toes with tips;
everyday $2. 50 shoes.
Jt.SO LOT FOR BOYS-Of tan Russia calf
skin and black waxed calfskin; shoes
with heels; modern toe shapes, extra
solid soles; made like a man's shoe and
Intended for a $2.50 grade.
$1.50 SHOES FOR WOMEN-Nearly a
thousand pairs; not complete in sizes,
but less than half price.
$2 OXFORD SHOES FOR WOMEN The
greatest variety and best values we ever
had; tan and black.
(Z2S BICYCLE BOOT Better and more
favorably known than any other boot
in America; tan and black kid; 10 or 15
inches high.
S3 SHOES FOR MEN Tan kidskln, among
other sorts; some with vesting tops.
We think this the best line of men's
shoes ever shown at the price.
lourth avenue and Ninth street.
House Dresses We'd like you
Attractive Stvlcs to see these neat,
Aiiraciiveaiy.es new dresses for
and Prices home-wear. A
supply for the Summer requires but
little outlay. In the collection are
these :
At Jt Of figured calico; pointed yoke
front and back; plaited from yoke to
waist ; turn-over collar ; full skirt.
At $1,50 Of figured percales; round yoke;
3 box plaits In back; full front, yoke
coming over shoulder; plaited front.'
At $1.75 Of striped percales; full front,
with 3 bands of braid across bust;
pointed yoke back edged with braid;
collar and: sleeves trimmed with braid.
At J2.25 Of striped chambrayj yoke and
3 box plaits in back; full front, with
yoke coming over shoulder; plait down
front; corded yoke, collar and sleeves.
fiacond fluor. lotiith avenuo.
tiutjJemruts.
wini.Tnii's
I IIUU I Ull U as,, , fillr. 1UIUU to I I P. M,
fltKDEItlt K AltllK (t.u.liollte llrbul).
BILLY RICK. CLAYTON WHITE CO.
UREAT WAR URAPII (new views).
K1NUBLEY BlbTERH, KLUUIDQ E8. others.
World in wax, pnril world in wax.
NewTo-Dayi Capt. rllrli NewTo-DayiHeioes
Bob Evans on the uisII of Army and Navy,
deokot the Iowa. IIIICCC ClNEMATOURAPlI
Orchestral Connertt. MUoCCi War Plotures.
KEITUJO Continuous Performance.
Bai i (1 O 83c., BOo. NooutoUPM.
VrauiMsoa Ueddtug, Sweet, Papluta. Al. LeeUi and
8 Bostbuds, Merrl Otbornt'. Dlograph.
COLUMBUS. "ZiSsw
Bicycle Chances J&f&tS
for You in 22 and 24
inch frames left, at $25. If you can
ride this size there are still some
dozen chances for you to profit by the
honestly biggest wheel bargain of this
season.
We have marked the
Rodman, $20
That is our pet low-priced wheel, and
too well known to need talking about.
It is as handsome a wheel as ever
went over the macadam, and as good
as it is handsome. Its price before
this readjustment of figures has been
$30. It is a wheel that you can ab
solutely rely upon. Isn't that a good
$20 worth ? It is light, staunch,
smooth running in addition.
Fifth flaur. Rrancb Store, 3th ave. and i2d tt.
Men's Small lots have no
- , V. . . business in our cloth
back auits ing store at the end of
the season. Out they go. There are
180 Men's Sack Suits that can claim no
classification, except the broad one of
" Good Clothing." All their friends
and companions are purchased and
gone ; and now these are to follow for
this reason :
Former prices up to $18
Choose at $10 a Suit.
Boys' Oxford Cloth JZtnS
Shirtwaists 0r, for that
matter, for any locality or use where you
wish a handsome, stout wearing, easy
washing waist at a low enough price to
get plenty. Here's a bargain, too, in
sizes for ages 4 to 13 years
25c. Each.
Boys' Double-Breasted VjynZ
Jacket Suits g50
are $3.75. That's almost enough to
say. They are made from all-wool
fancy cheviots, and well made, of
course, or they wouldn't be here at
all. They are handsome and reliable
little suits at about half price. That's
quite enough to sell them before
nightfall.
Second floor, Fourth avenue.
BERGEN BEACH,
A Respectable Retort for Rrsyn'table People.
"THE CASH CIRL."
. ... .. . Vaoiilo lu the Cast.
Flatbuth Avenue Car. run direct from New Yirk
end of Bridge.
jginnqfomg, ronJc.
ri'ltiftiiT ai iiAiti.Aia
bmallslie !.00 month 100 iu
I ull site, 74 Oct..,,. tdCOmunth JoO 00
Largest slae, fancy rase...ti) 00 month fiOO.OO
Items, fi, (iordoa's, mi) filth av., bet. 80th AM 1st sU.
LARGE assortment, slightly used, (oO to CISBi rent
ltiaall laiUUmeuu. Ourrler Biv. 18 E. Xitaat,
Men's Bicycle Suits T,s .J Jj
at Half and Less the bicvele
suits. Even a large stock could" not
stand such prices as these more than a
day, and our sto:k, while still complete,
is not large.
We have 500 suits left. Of these,
220 were priced at $G.50 to $9 50,
fairly priced at those figures and con
sidered as such good values as we
always Intend to give.
Choose To-day at $3.95 each
Two hundred and eighty of these
suits are of the finest kinds," tailored to
our own specifications, right in every
respect and formerly marked at four
or five prices between $10.50 and
$18.50. Choose from these
To-day at $4.95
As if the above were not enough,
we add a hundred and fifty bicycle
trousers, formerly from $5 to $6.50,
and give you your pick at
Two-Seventy-five Each.
If these are not bargains there never
was a barpin in the clothing business.
We should warn you that the assort
ment will undoubtedly be badly broken
up before noon, and probably closed
out by night.
Six Ties for Neckwear
Twenty-five Cents Jelbe
pushed farther thafi this. The ties
are in handsome madrases, four-fold,
excellent patterns. They couldn't be
made much cheaper without making a
gift of them.
Six for 25c
Now Here's a WE have "nde
c, . t - some very iston-
aniri aaie isi,infr snirt prices
in the furnishing store, but we have
seldom, if ever, been able to excel this:
The shirts are of madras and chev
iots, of the choice and selected pat
terns that usually command the high
est prices. They were made by a firm
in the very first flight of the country's
manufacturers. It is a two-dollar
shirt, fairly and squarely.
To-day, One Dollar Each.
Again, a lot of about two thousand
Madras Golf Shirts, with detachable
cuffs and white neckbands. The pat
terns are beautiful, that's the only
word to use. You can see this same
shirt in many show windows marked
$1.50 and in a few cases even higher.
To-day, 75c Each.
Ahnnf the PURFTY and cheapness
r a VI SO hand-in-hand in
Candy atore our Siying of confec.
tionery. We admit that combination
is a rare one, but here it's the rule.
Take this instance : Our chocolate
covered cherries, delicious morsels they
are, too, are guaranteed to be pure.
We make them and know. You're
asked to pay as much as 50c. a pound
for them in some stores, and nowhere
less than 30c, excepting here our
price is 20c. This is not an exceptional
case. So it is throughout the store.
Chocolate-covered nougats, marshmal
lows, assorted chocolates, etc., all strictly
pure goods, and always at prices less
much less than youve beerr accus
tomed to pay.
Casement.
A Sale of TlIE?Bf a!"e
Women's Stockings ffis offer"
ing, both of which are excellent quali
ties, but the new prices would be
considered low even for inferior grades.
At 12c. pair 200 dozen, fast blick cot
ton stockings; made in Germany; dyed
by Louis Hermsdorf ; good value at 20c.
Also 300 dozen, fast black cotton stockings
with high spliced heels and double soles,
that hive been 25c. a pair, are now 3
pairs for 50c
Broadway.
Framed Photo colors, in fine
Pirtnppc ''t frames, sizes
v, rhJL l8x22 '" and 20x24
Very Cheap in, There are four.
teen good subjects in this lot, and at
$4 each they would be only fairly
priced. We're letting these go at
$2.75.
Fifth floor.
JOHN WANAMAKER
Formerly A. T. Stewart & Co., Broadway, 4th av 9th and loth sts.
.- .jWiltntg?. 1,,Jll'lctg
A LOAN wanted for one year only of 11,800, s.
lurreuiy valuable manufacturing plant loeaUd
u jil own, we.t side, plant cut (3,000 highest ot ref
erences, full ttartti'iuars, apply
MiiDONALD x WIQCIINS. UO Nassau.
HOTEL FOR bALR at a bargain, Just on Droad.
way, doing a Ursl-olass Lusluess; long valuabl.
luaaei particulars uf
WoDO.NALD A WIOOINS, WO Naasau.
Plll.NTINCl at a raw hoifrs' notlcet 10,000 circulars,
all car Js and tlllh.ads, too. per 1.000. KDQAU
PRINTINU STATIONERY CO., l West SWth st.
Unisonal gotiH.
f Y WUK having left my bed and boardTlhereby
iU notlly the publlo that I am no longer responsible
for tax debts.
(IEO. IL ROIIUJANN, Rutherford, H. J,
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West Fourteenth Street H
FRiDAy, as Usual, Bargain D&qM
. THE AMERieAN SALE
S)!E Friday before 'The Fourth'
VCPliL ia J Glorious? I
SECOND FLOOR BARGAINS
ladles' Fla'd Lawn Dressot full ruffled
Bklrb-nalsttrlm'dwlthemb'ror lace. 3.08
Black and Wblte Lawn Suits lllaa
milled skirt trlm'd top nnd bottom
tucked and ribbon trlm'd waist 4.08
Fine Figured Lawn Drosses with
drop skirt full tricked yoke
flare flounce satin ribbon trim 4.08
Plain and Dotted Muslin Dresses
plnln or circular flouuoe full ruflleg
Vallaceor ribbon trim 0.08
Plain nine or Pink, also Figured Ormndls
Drcstes, with drop skirt circular flounce
of rufllee waist with Vallaco lna'ga... 7.08
Flno Whlto Organdie Dresses Skirt and
sleeves of Point d'Kaprlt ruffles also
Dotted Muslin col'd lining lace and
atln ribbon trim 10.08
Plain and Striped Linen "Reefer Suits
fancy combination piping 8.08
Black and White Polka Dot Linen Salt
Plquo trlm'd Blazer and Skirt 4.08
Cblnn Silk Costumes spring- flounce
Yoke and vest of Appllquo 13.08
Colored and Black Cblnn Silk
Waists-Cull front-lined 1.08
Crash Dress Skirts deep hem 80
White Duck Dress Skirts deep
flounco strop trim 1.08
White Piqne circular flounce 2.08
Ladles' Fine Cambrlo Corset Covers
V shape wide open work emb'y........ .18
Colored Lawn Corset Covers
French styles Vol lace odglns: 25
Finer lot flno lace or emb'y trim 37
Ladles' Colored Lawn Skirts fanor
striped effects doublo flounoe. 47
Ladles' Muslin Ombrelle Skirts
Insertion of heavy lace or doep emb'y.. .67
Ladies' good Muslin Gowns four
insertlnus full tucked yoko 40
Muslin or Cambrlo Gowns Empire,
V, or high neok trlm'd with flno emb'y
orfanoy laces 20 styles 08
Ladles' jrood Muslin Drawers
ruffle of oponwork emb'y tuckg. ....... .20
Ladles Muslin and Cambrlo Drawers
Ombrelle and regular fancy trim...... .40
Ladies' White Lawn Waists
Blouse front with three Insertion 1.20
Flno Pique Shirt Waists three
lnsertlnesot fine emb'y and tucks 2.08
Girls' White Duck Suits Eton Jacket
large sailor collars G tol2yrs 1.08
Misses' White Pique Suits Eton
Jacket flounced Sulrt trimmed with
folds 14 to 18 years 4.08
Girls' Crash Eton Suits large sailor
Collar full tjorod Skirts 0 to 14 tt .08
Misses' Blue Batblne Suits trlm'd
with white braid 0 to 10 yrs 80
Misses' Whlto Pique Dress Skirts 1.70
Girls' White Lawn Gulmpes tucked
Yoke trlm'd with lace and edging, or
lnsertlngs of emb'y t to 10 yrs 60
Ladles' Itustlo Straw Short Back
Bailors White, Black and colon 10
Ladles' Panama and Sennet Braid
Bailors with ribbon band 48
Babies' Lorur and Short Bedford Cord
Coats ribbon and braid trim 08
Long Slips pleated fronts emb'd. ....... ,2t
Babies' Short Nainsook and Lawn
Dresses Yoko and Waist elToots
fine emb'y and lace trim 08
Long Cambric Skirts hem and tucks 12a
Little Children's Colored Reefers sailor
or pointed collar braid trim. 48
Domestic Couttllo and Summer Not
Corsets long, short and modinm
Bilk flossod Corded Bust SO
Odd sizes of extra flno Sateen
Corsets laco trim strong boned. 20
BASEMENT BARGAINS ty
Fine Batistes largo assortment ot
styles exceptional value at 10 now... 0
40-lnch Fine Lawns stripes, checks and
plaids exceUent quality exoeUent value l
Extra fine Zephyr ainghams also
32-Inch Madras Ginghams, were. 13a.. 04
Brocaded Sateens silk effects
absolutely fast black worth double... 1
Yard wide Porcales good quality 5
Duck Suitings nary Blue with white
figures, alto flax finish special 7
Dress Lengths of Finest Organdies
this season's best styles-great value. , . 0
Extra quality Linen Crashes for Skirts,
Outing Dresses and Boys' Salts, 0 and ,12g
BLEACHED PILLOWCASES.
42x30 S DOxSO 7
45x30 0 51x30 8
Fancy Awning Stripes were .15 lOig.
Ileavlerquallty were .10 15
White and Unbloacned Cheese Cloth.,.. Big
ricmnante Unbleached Canton Flannels
Summer Weight good lengths 2Ts
Fancy Cotton and Wool Flannels, ,.,0 and ,17
80-Inch Silk Stripe best colorings.., 20
Changeable Lining Bilks best shades 10
30 inch Taffeta Skirtings best colors.... Ck
Flno Percallnes for lining Organdies
and other thlu summer fabrics
all now leading colors 6
Coin Spot Snob Muslins with ruffle 115
3,000 yds. Fancy Figured Sllkollnes. H
Best Gold Printed Art Crepes 75
White and Colored Spot Curtain
Muslins 30 and 40 Inches wide C
Batln Stripe Slip Coverings 115
Derby Tapestries 10 combinations 30
Iteverslblo Oriental Tapestries., 411
Bpun Silk Fig'd Tapestrl 08
All R9 adrertlscd, . , Ushers
. . . - z Jf
MAIN FLOOR BARGAINS 1
All Silk Black Pnngeo 20 H
Black Brocaded Gros Grains 30 H
Fancy Btrlpod nnd Checked Taffetas H
light and dark effects 40 L
Black Broondod Indlas 24 Inch DO H
Black Silk Orcnrtdlucs doublo width.. .00 H
Black-and-WhIte nnd Fancy H
Striped Taffetas medium colors SO H
Satin Strlpod Taffetas light colors.. .08 U
Fancy Bayadcro Silks nctvoflocts... .70 H
Ladles' Percale Shirt Waist,. 30 jfl
Fine Gingham and Poroale Waists .00
Zephyr Gingham and flno Pcrcalo H
Fronoh yoke pouch front. .70 H
Ladlos' Pique nnd Satin Puff Tics 9
all colors and Black 24 H
Ladlos' Pique, MndrnB, Satin nnd H
Silk String Tlos plain and fancy colors .124 H
40 Inch Fancy Check Suitings also
Novelties and I'lalds groat valuo 14
60 Inch All Wool Canvas Suitings
all best colore half roal value 24 B
38 Inch All Wool Serges m
all best colors and Black 20 jfl
40 Inch All Wool Tailor Chocks nlso jM
MIxturos and Bordered Suitings....... .30 H
60 Inch Flno Black Surah Sergos 39
Fancy Striped and Checkod Nainsooks J H
27 to 30 lnchos wldo 44 ;H
Heavy Corded Piques 20 Inches wide... .lStg
Flno Whlto Cambrics yard wide, a 44
Fine Whlto Swisses 10 Inches wldo. 04
Full Bleached Tnblo Damasks
58 inches wide 10 patterns ,10
Extra heavy Turkish Towels
Cream and Whlto 10 Inches long 12a
Hemstitched Huok Towols 40 loch "!h
Full Bleachod Napkins 23 Inch doz 60
Lnalos' and Children's Fast Mack Cotton
Hoso plain and rlbbod full seamless. .124
Ladles' Ribbed Cotton Vests
crochet Nock and Arms 12s
Men's Balbrlggan Shirts and Drawers
plain and fnnoy colors all bIzos 20
Men's Ncgllgco Madras Shirts
launderod or soft finish 40
Men's Madras Pajamas
plaids, strlpos and fancy colors OS )
Men's Night Shirts good muslin "" I
fast color emb'd extra long 39 JLj
Ladles' Washable Whlto Chamois Vj
Gloves eight Button length 49 S
Ladies' All Linen Hemstitch Ilandk'fs.. 7 flj
Ladles' All Linen Homstitch Ilandk'fs.. 0
Ladles' All Linen Emb'd Handk'fs B 1
Men's All Linen Homstitch Hanrlk'fs.... 8 1
Men's All Linen Hemstitch Handk'fs.... .11 1
Whlto Sheepskin Bolts nil leather
Unod leather cov'd Harness Buckle... .25 ,1
Genuine Morocco Jewelled Leather
Belts all leather lined ail colors .40
Sterling Silver Lorgnettes. 6.08
Bpectacles and Eye Glasses. 10
Ray B. Cameras 12 plate holders
8I4X4,4 pictures 7.49
4a Inch Plain Taffeta Ribbons all colors. .24
8 and 3a Inch Satin Gros Grain and
Plain and Molro Taffeta Ribbons IB
Quadruple Plated Tea Bote 0.08
Quadruple Plated Fruit Dishes 1.03
Rogers' Silver Plated Teaspoons,
Table Spoons and Forks la doB...-. 08
Rogers' Silver Plated Soup Ladles....... .08
Claret Pitchers, Quad. Plated Top. 08
Quadruple Plated Fern Dlshe 1.08
Rogers' Quadruple Plated Casters 2.83
Quadruple Plated Fruit Dishes,
Cracker Jars and Butter Dishes,. ...... .00
THIRD FLOOR BARGAINS
Boys' All Wool Knee Pants 4 to IB yn
Nary, Gray, Ton and Brown AD
Boys' All Wool Double Breast Butts
Nary and Mixed Cheviot and Blue '
Serge 7 to 10 yoars a-OS1-
Balance All Wool Vestea Suits 3 to 7
yrs combination coUar and Tost. 2.03
Boys' Laundered Percale Sblrt Waists
round or sailor collars 1 to 13 yra..... .20
Boys' White and Mixed Straw nate
wide and narrow brims silk band..... ,49
Quire Box "Flog" Stationery io
2 Qulro Box Extra flno Stationery .20
Glazed Holland Window Shades
Ecru and Spanish Olive , ,18
0-4 Colored Table Oilcloth io "
Shelf Ollcloth-lifteeu styles. a
Holland Shades with single Knot Fringe
Ecru, White, Dark Green and Linnet., .89
Reversible Turanian Ri'gs 30x00 inch.. ,03
STANDARD WOOL BUNTINO SXAOS. l''
ClOft. 3.08 8x11ft 0,08
0x10 ft 3.08 10x18 ft.. ...... 0.08 ;
BOO COTTON BUNTING FLAGS, V$i
fast colors, jfi
Mounted on Spear Head Staff, 32x48 24 G
Above are Lowest Prices ever quoted. fj
BASEMENT BARGAINS 1
Furniture Velvets and Corduroys 1 fj
odd styles were CO cents. .00
Chenille Table Covers yd sq. flg'cL. .20
Canvas Stable Sheets strapped.. ,89 I
Momloand Satin Damask Lap
Robes-plain or emb'd g9
Boss Fly Flank Nets. 8S
Cord Body Fly Nets all colors OS if
All Bristle Bath Brushes
straight and curved handle .20 1
Black Rubber Dressing Combs 0 styles. 0 il
Oakley's Country Club Toilet Soaps fr
three cakes In box.,,.,.,,,, M ,xo
i irill giro every desired latormatlsa, ?j
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