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1 1 Dress Goods, The Fourth Chapter
i , HTHIS is the fourth in a series of 24-hour bargains.
El It is a little greater in extent than the previous
wTM three, but will las"t no longer than they did.
1 i; This time French Wool Twills you call them
i Whipcords and a splendid quality. Five thousand
w I yards to start the day with. The favorite weave of
if w cass n tnese shades: s
II. ft Two Grays, Two Castors, One Tan, Two Browns,
' K One Reseda, Two Greens, Two Blues, and Black.
Ii K All are a full 46 inches in width, and the price is
fifty Cents a Yard.
I The lowest price at which we have previously known
I this .class of goo'ds to retail is 85c. a yard. You
m know it best as dollar-a-yard quality. ,
I . And This, Of Women's Shoes
H The advance guard of a lot of six thousand pairs of women's shoes Is
K here this morning. Their arrival and their departure will prove to be news
of the same day.
I , They will be Sold at $1.50 a Pair.
i The offer can only get a bare announcement, when itMeserves an epic.
K ' It is a bargain of bargains. For straightforward and honest merit-for-price,
? wo have seldom been able to offer anything as good, never anything
. , better. '
I" ' - Sites art complete from AA to E width, and from -2Vi to 7 length. Tnty are mtM from
Bn celebrated brand of Philadelphia chrome tanned kidiVin, with oak-tanned leather soles. Ther are
- W not the cheap-ctitcheoVnoes so common at prices around the $2 mark, but bare soles relied and
W& stitched, with smooth inner soles. Samr finish as in highest grades. Two toe-shapes, laced or
II buttoned.
I Imported Wraps, Coats and Capes
H Successful retailing is the inevitable outcome of an accurate foresight of
W the needs, tastes and wishes of the public. An instance here in these Velour
B Wraps. Months ago we foretold the high favor in which velours would be
- held. Great preparations were made. A great assortment is here. They
m are superb garments. The soft pile of the velour is a ground for rich
effects in jet and applique braiding of which the French artist-designers have
j' I taken full advantage. We think this showing unequaled anywhere. $32 to
$145. Many splendid specimens of the cloakmaker's skill and taste at
; v prices between.
: I Somewhat less elaborate, but little less elegant, are these coats and
capes "of fine Kersey, all imported, and mostly in exclusive styles. Hand-
, somely trimmed with braid and jet; some fur trimmed. $20 for the lowest
j priced, and by easy stages up to $140.
T Men's w.are n? j101" Blankets and November's nip-
1 oa? ists in merchandising. We r., n..m ping and eager air
:. I Shoes have no price-traditions. uown W"iS brings forcjbIy t0
ft Ueither has our shoe-man. He is a mind the warmer bed-clothing needs.
j- PI mercantile iconoclast, and no( re- We placed large orders for blankets
Lk specter of prices. A shoe-price is at the proper time, and while we think
P a maker's whim ; a simple shoe- the makers have succeeded in produc-
S- price 'tis to him, and nothing more, ing better blankets than ever, cost to
tjv That is why you find here so many the consumer is not advanced. These,
Iff "Six-dollar Shoes" marked at five, as examples of excellent . quality for
f H so many . ' Five-dollar Shoes " mark- moderate price :
s'fftPT edat $3.90, SO many "Three-fifty At$2.25 r-Large twin blankets 70x80
' (IM Shoes " selling at $3. in. ; S lbs.
1 m I w! hun? forJhe bIst ? Mfn.7s&r "
IfS' " pnCe aft6' We have At 34pair Tne''rijricUns,FBtoritet"pttre
i It ll many reasons and opportunities to wool filling on light cotton warp j 72a84tn.;
ill P1 5 107 enouS,' M 27 nc! 0? At - " "'" p- ,
V f , tnvesbgabng a little. But, first Of both warp and fillings 74x84 in.; 6 lbs.
if; i$ all, good shoes. DOWN QUILTS
ii' TSt For instance, here's a shoe at $6.50 that yon !,. : K-4-. ...o.. u
II eee in " exeloively shoe" stores marked at $12. Never in better supply than now,
lii 1 & 80rt lhlt cosb "rwnere imm $10 10 an never prepared to offer better
ir I $15 made to order. AU enameUed leather, values. This, as an instance:
! IVkffi. made from a selected imported stock, lined ' -..
J Wtm thronghout with chrome-tanned leather, made on Luxuriota down quilts, corered with best
! KBffi the cattreme flat last with double extension sole American sateen ; pretty figured patterns
I' IIH v nd'flaring heel. o" d0"1 !, proofs against shedding of
1 If g Here's another, at $5; try to match at $8 and dwn; 6 & square; $3.75 each.
I f S ft team something of our shoe-policy. It is as near fcra Boor.
"Ii I water-proof as a shoe can be; made of tancalf- ,. , WCne v..
ffil I skin, with double sole and heel, full leather lin- Eiderdown . lnosl or mes
v ilfeB '"fi" Sole snd upper leather have been subjected SnCCllJeS and YttK&tPttMytKSt-
' JIlS to a water-proofing treatment. , u-juca anu ulaarmMfIrnn..
iff I Here's another, at $3,-you're paid $3.50 RobeS ? f-j.S
''ills' and. $4 for shoes not so good. A laced shoe, . in -trie desirable
' IM" me o boz ralWtlni dubie sole, welted, new solid colors, though some are in neat
' fm St last Lots of goodness and style for a little striped patterns. They're tastefully
,ii MasthaTenatuamnihiiMtt made, showing new little touches in
il - Mow finH tiimmmS here and there that add
II SWISS JriprahiS erea l their attractiveness. Some
11 embtilderles StSdEdto? of thcquareonly$l. In better
11' -j '.v.- -j .t, otspecmeatime, 1, and in variou3 j d
I If "d shipped them at once. So trimming up to $3.75.
i II re i?mewhat "AY .n ur offer- The prices on-robes begin at $3,
;, tog. These are so good however, and end at $9. NumerouT styles a
1 5 81 d so cheap, that you'll doubtless between-prices.
K 'III "find neW3 them mterSStlnB Second noor.rourthT.nu..
f ! flfjf enough. Of good quality cambric .. .. ,
flK '- yd- Strips, at 2Sc, S0c, Excellent coac?
Mil 7So.,$l and $1.25 a strip. You'll Cutlery wf6
II quickly note the good values if you'll Moderately " at fvc Jf
li II took tem over. Priced . H?: h.s
if 1 USB Tun fi Ba attractive and
Iff v Men's cent sorte for gathering-dependable cut-
11 Handkerchiefs "1 J lery-and the prices below are made
?1 . bought 150 dozen of ,4 all-lil g? sdlinS to . critical pur-
jk handkerchiefs most advantageously, ,.,,', j tt, . . . Jt
i dud thus a retail pnee that represents Kkf $2 pairStag htndle "
' fe a tne US"3! value. These have At $2.50 pair Celluloid handle beet carre
?Bl! I" ' borders in variqus colors and patterns, . StnZ "m .
. f l v -it . ii j . . . At $J.75 Sterling silrei handle bird carret
. W and hems of in. , lin. and 1 yt in. and fork, in silk-llned cases.
r I J W With them are 75 dozen of the At $S Beef earring set, with stag handles
111 '$? 15C SOrtS arC t0 g 3t OIcXSwI&hdles
'III JOC. each, j and sam ferrules.
" rlrff dway. t I ru.rneat.
(Ii JOHN WANAMAKER
1 1 f formerly A. T. Stewart & Co., Broadway, 4th ave., 9th and 10th sts.
II I ' gumc yottctff.
f NEW YORK SUN OFFICE, NEWARK. N. J.
3 V JOABltOAl) 8T. ADVEHT1SW18 MAY LKAVK
L Iff 5 HP" OHDK118 AT tUIB ADDHEHS. W11EKK TnK
f B'f IOH& OAJ1K ND ATTEKTION WILL 1)E HUUWN
h p 15 AT MAIM UFF1UK.
5, t pKPARTlliaJT pV FINANCE, DUKKAU FOIITUK
f X OOJUJCCTION OFTAXIS8. No. 67 Climbr Street
vi, ltrt liulldlno). Ktw York.Korembar 1. lBDs.
j .V IS NOTICE 18 UKltEDYOlVEN tu all penona wbos
" 'i. tif , Vxu In tlit Sorouxh of Jlinbilun ml tlie Dronx
; '( 'tft fprihoytrHHK i.m.lii timmlil on Hie Urt Jt of
. s- f? HTetabr of lit J jor th t unlrn llif taum hU b
., C. flt bald to the lteccnar of Taiea at lil.iinrr. No. 7
T Lw' nambtraBtrtet. In the Oorotmliur Manhattan, and
it t '' Aen" and lTilli Htieet, In tiuOorooi(hof
F m Mi Vioiii, rrapeotlvrlj- mior I ifoic thojirtt dij-of
j. m X)cBibtrot tald reir, he will fliantf, rertlte and
it folloct upon ttirh Uiea no remalulne uurald on tbat
1 t; oar, Inaddllliu lo Ilia amount of aurh taxra. ona
' W tar eentuiu on tti amount thereof, provided br
iwtloo Via oftlia Greater Saw York Cliuter (Chy-
ii ' i
StRKttTE.
gxcurgtou.
J- ateaiuer ANOLElt ttaajrear around (fare onlr too.)
Muaual. Tuaadajrflhfng,all the flih th7 could
insiIIN'q-Steamir AKOI.EB, dallr, except Hon
Ada).; fare, 60e.( Jilt at., K.B., 7iSSi Batt.rr,
" AL. yoarEB.
VrJtYsood flihlni; ratehaa ot eodOab Inenatlnc
,r tli" '"J?8 tanif HOUTICB BanUajra, TpeedaJ
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M$, a lsl but we adrJse examining thebooks themselves.
JOHN WANAMAKER
Formerly A. T. Stewart & Co., Broadway, 4th ave., 9th and 10th Sts., N. Y.
BROADWAY Si 11TH ST.
SILK VELOUR JACKETS,
820.00
i
Four distinct styles :
Cutaway or I)ove-tnil
Braided and Jet Vest Front.
Cutaway, Medici Collar. Sa
tin and Jet trimming.
New Dip Front, Embroider
ed with Satin.
Shield Front, Storm Collar,'
Braid trimming.
The Telonr la the same In quality u need In
the 846 and BM Jaickete now In stock.
929.00 Each ;
Sites 38 to 44.
JAMES McCREERY 8c CO.,
Broadway aud flflth Si.
ColUgtfl and choolg.
aTor Young Men & Women City Country.
PENNINQTON (N. J.) BEalTHABY-ConTentent to
Maw York. Phllad'a, Halt, and Waah'n. Both
aexea. eothyear. HealtWul. Beautlrnl. la teaoh'
era, 12 couraea. tJSOajear. Tor beautifully Ulua
trated cataloirae, addreaa
TIlOMAfl O'HANLON, D. P., Prealdent
for Glrle eVYoung Women City ACountryl
KINDERGARTEN SftfoSEZ'
(Tree Scholatehlpe limited.) Z. A. OUTTEN, Supt,
Metropolitan Temple. 7th ay. and 14 th at.
ITor Doya anil Yonns Men-City and Country v
SACRED HEART ACADEMY.
BaleetCatholloDoardtneatohooli advantages uneur
puaadi new uulldlocai naw oral rataa reaaoDable.
Brother AUQUST. Weal Cheater, M. Y.
THE BARNARD SCHOOL,
117 and 110 W. ISSth Bt.
Thirteenth year beglni Sept. 22. OataloaTue,
WM. il I1AZEN, A. II.. LL. B- Head Muter.
CHSmjAOK ' AOA2JB2VSY,
OOIXK3E POINT. Lons laland. Military Hoarding
School for bora. ormnaeUce and drill erery day.
""MADMOll SCHOOL, Oil MADISON AV
Beoseaa Oct. 8. Indlrldual work with each pupil,
workshop and laboratory practice, OreraOgraauatea
In the college.. O.OM TAUBE. Principal.
Oualneia Collegei.
"CanlorCun't I, Shall. I or Shan't
I,"Lcurn Shorthand?
STEN0QRAP11Y FreeclasaWedneedays,S:SOP.M.
oicnuunni in vUlulnlUll, quaatlon.
AMD ""
TUDDiuniTimn Regular School Seaalon
TYPEWRITINO 0 a. ai. to 4 i. m.
TRAINING AWhrnftS:
SCHOOL M CLUB CLASS,
aviiuuh Eegleter before Not. 14.
BAST 4D BT. TulUon, S3 monthly.
V. K. l'AltHUlf, Iiutraelor. Identified as
teacher of Bnrna Fhonlo Hhorthaud aloce ' 74.
Bcliools for lJiuiatitot.
Hontelalr Inatltnta of 1'orelrn J.angurea,
SIB Orange road. New Jersey. Board and day achol
re. At laaat laaru Poriugueae and Bpanlab and do
bmlneaa from North to South Pole.
aiualcal.
" OI0JC8 eultlrated to highest perfection by finlthed
papilof the maUhleaa Marcberf of Parlai mode
reteUnna. Addrea BlMOUta TKAOliEU. tto West
.cota at, or eau, I tot.
SIDEBOARD NOTES.
Scatod nt the table, tho dining-room f ur
ntshingB should ploy to tho oyo should
rest, delight, fill in tho lulls ot conversa
tion just as music does to tho oar. Neces
sarlly tho sideboard Is tho most important
pieco and should bo "Just right."
Right In wood. If you havo quaint old
china, mahogany and Flemish oak will bo
apt to glvo most plcturcsquo effoots. Asa
Betting for modern china, glass and silver,
antique oak.
Itlght'in stylo. It quaintness bo sought,
chooso our Dutch or Old English. A real
Old World air there is about thorn, with
panelled fronts and odd llttlo cupboards at
top. If simplicity bo wanted, tako our Chlp
pendalo modifications ; so exquisitely grace
ful In lino thoy need no ornament. If
sturdiness bo your aim, find It In our Co
lonial designs.
Come and eeo for yourself what "Just
right" means. It embraces price, too.
' "BUY OR.Ttie..MAKRrt
Geo.. C.FLxnt Go.
4J. 45 M d;47 WBST.23TST.
NEAR BROADWAY.
factory: 154-and IS6 west l9?snEtT'
miiutmrntc.
IteiruUr eeaaon will begin Monday. Hot. 3S, and
oonunue IT week. (51 nlzhta aud IT maunaee).
tJUtlBCHIPTlON IlOOlUJ 1HU WliJIAIN
OVIUi TILL NOV. IS).
aVIPIIIflllO CONTINUOUS PKUFORMANOB.
KeIIH'S NOON TO 11 l-.M. ,
8bl B IB O Dalconle., 215c. Admlialon, KOc '
Frout Orchcalra, TBc. llnxHeata, tl.OO. Boxea Itca'd.
11 AIlll Y WOOU1UTVP. Oil AS. T. KALIS k DIO BILL.
muonAPm conoNAiiuM oy wiuielmin.
HfiRBP The ealeof boxes to member, and
"WOC atorkhol Jere only will take place
DUaiii frlday, Nov. 4, at 8:80 P. at., at
OnUW the Concert Hail of
THE atADtaON BQUAKE OAKDCN.
P4RTflD'C OONTINUOUH
,12:80 TO 11 P. M. BEATS 20 AND 80 CKNTB.
MOIITON b REVKIXK. L1ZZIK 11AYMOND.
WILLIAMSON & STONE. McAYOYH.
am. ' SAM T. JACK'S Thaatr.,
K3 B'Hayand2ftthat.
1. ? BtO BUOWB KYEItY PAT. 3 AMD S.
efSolk The Mock Turtle. A Warm BeoapUoa.
WLV Plowing Picturea. OO.Matchleaa Women.
nRBNil OPEBA CABLE OARS
unnnu house. pass the doob,
MfcoV'2ADLcW?Bac?-! TEMPEST T088E0
Special Matinee Election Day.
RlCULVEaV 'SHAM'S OCTOROONS.
UlillCI New Com'y. Coon Bonga.Surprtaea.
TllEATUy. Matlneea Dally. Popular Price..
MANHATTAN 'StfJIaW tSss.
MMaTyTHETURTLE.
TilK WORLD IN WAX. an aW2W WARUHOPTa.
Hear the OypaMualc. JiWh CINEMATOOBAt'H.
HARLEM wynM
OprIIouae. , L..
Ere . 8:10. Bat..Mat..2H6. J.YXr.
DLV'S awxv1&1Zu.
Ws yatlneee To-Dar and Bat, at 1. j
IltVINQ Erery Evening and Saturday Mat.,
I'LACK "CIBOUSLEUTE" (clreue people).
THEATKE. Comedy In 8 act, by 8chocnthan.
PTin maiue WAiNvrmniiT, o.i. tec.
ell AH,. Mat, To-dar. EAST LVMNK, Bal. 26c.
U I nils TO-nlght Shall We forgite Uer. Orch.oOc.
aHOI I1MBUIIQ COLUMBUS THEATRE
WUhUHIDUO STOCK COMPANY,
Mat, to-day Bardou'a In Spite of AU.
.PEOPLE'S. JStigftSA 4
fc " -i - rh- r" riHr iaaiiWeaafafaaTay'ia'ae'aaaAawaKaaoart. i!
pLEASCnr, CflNTNU0US WWkj.
I AbAliB PKnroRBtAKOElP.M. sdar.
IIOUBSKT UllaLlAltl,
BKasiBDONKnilJOnEATKAnA.,,.
Tni! UAWNSvTOLE AND KOLLIIIH, MAnilt
WltifA, t. FELIX-H ntDlNQ B.VBOON, (lLOOM
AND COOPER, wfllOnAPH. K1RLSEN BIHTEBS,
UEonoK K. AUSTIN Manrothen.
sarrorcLAn ruioES coo., soo.
PnrHlTflR'Js Continuous Performance, l
I IIUUIUII U 60. Ii30lo 10.48 P.M.
ATTALIE CLAIR-MAOGIE CLINE.
JOHN XT. JtANBONK-GATtON A ItKnnXItT.
. . MILTON AND DOLLT NODIJtS.
TIB OBONIN, FOT AND CLARK, THREE ROSSt
BRog.. brarra and don. juno salmo, WAn-
. ORAPI, NEfllOB AND BENNETT, J, ILRHETLKV.
OIIMIUITTE RAY, GROSS AND HOLDEN, FIELDS
ANDBALINA. Splendid Big Bill J
wrorci,AU riucKs-tao., coo.
GAltnRIV THEATRE, 27th at ftMartl.onar.
lv.vifl!!l.. . Krenlnge, TUB. Mat. at 2.
CHARLZS FR011MAN..... Manager
TO.NIOIIT AT 7t8,
Mil. ItlCIIAnn
MAMSFXBLD
OYEANO DEKBERGEEAC,
EDMONDTlOllTAND.
ONLT JIATINIvK HATUKUaV AT 3 P. M.
Beate nowaelllng for the remalnderof engagement,
which terminate., Saturday, Not. 20.
PMPIRF THEATRE, Broadwar at 40th at.
a5"1"1""1 ETenlnge.Sllis. Mallnea,2!lB.
CHARLEa FROHMAN .'. Manager
Matinee To-Day and Saturday.
. "The Llara" hie caught on here as It did In Lon
don. Herald.
Sir. Cbarlea Frohman prraenta
MR. JOHN DREW
In Henry Arthur Jonea. Comedy,
THE LIARS.
XTRA MATINEE ELECTION DAT.
ST. NICHOLAS
floth St., West, near Columhu. Ate.,
OPENS FOR THE SEASON
Sat., Nov. 5th. 10 A. M.
Admlaalon no cent.. Skatea free.
Mnilo. Perfect Ice.
DARRIP.U THEATRE. 35th at., near Broadway.
UrtnniUn nrenlnge. SUB. MaUneea. JiIO.
HoytSi McEee. Leaaeea. Cbarlea Frohman, Manager.
MATINEES TO-DAY AND RATUBUAY.
"AN INDISPUTABLE BU0GES8." Herald.
A-NNiE RUSSELL
AND CHEAT OAST, PRESENTINO
CATHERINE.
XTRA MATINEE ELECTION DAY.
l4THpEn"THE(iTRLn7,ruthaT.
Iteaerred Beau, Orcheatra Circle and Balcony, 50c
Matlneea Wed., Bat. and Eleotlon Day.
3 W.eka Only. Last Tlmea her. ot
CHAUNCEY OLCOTT
In thebeitof IrlahPlajra.
SWEET INNISCARRA.
By Anguatiia Pltou. Hear Qloott'a New Bonge.
IFmOrl. A THEATRE. B'way k 28th et, '
RSW Ib'wWLES&nd0'
jT JOSEPH JEFFERSON cor.
TVKKK THE RI V A.LS.
Com. Mon.,NoT. 7, I ELEOTIONDAY MATINEE
RIl VAN tVlNKLE I THE 1HVAI Ji.
Box office open dally b A. M. Mr. Ward, Treaa.
TAMERICAN
WCASTLE SaOPERA Ctt8AVE
Special Election Day Mat. Tuea., Nor. B.
RllMRfl Si WWM SS2gSiH
IlUlllUU U JUUlUl AMERICANS.
Erg.8:l(.2Br.,B0c..?Sc.SI.Mata.I.lonIte.aeata38a.
NEXT WEEK THE P1RATEB OF PENZANCE.
WFRFR A FIFI nR' MUfllO soth at. tc B'way.
nC-Otri a ritt.ua HALL. Mate. Wed. J Sa.
FIRST GENUINE BURLESUUK OF TUB SEASON,
CYEANOSE DE BRIC-A-BRAC,
BEOINNINO THURSDAY. NOV. 8.
By Harry B. Smith, Edgar Smith, k John Htromberg.
FULL STRENQTn OF TnE ALL-STAR STOCK CO.
tig$aESFSZ&2? HUBLY BUBLY.
MAOISON SQUARE KuneuB.
"w ON
become an A
hlelnrical." Time. ana
Xtra Matinee Election Day. OvtHM'WM
Erenlnga. 8:30. O fr P
Saturday Matinee. vJE JaV o
CArt.VKOIK HALL. 3KTU SEASON.
THE SUBSCRIPTION SALE
for the Season IflOH-u of the
ORATORIO SOCIETY OF N. Y.,
Frank Damrosch, Conductor,
Will Open on Monday, Nor. 7, at the Box Office,
Carnegie Hall.
' CAENKGIE BALL.
Wed. Aft., Not. u, auil Thursday Erg., Nor. 10.
Boston Symphony Orchestra,
Mr. Gerlcke, at. Rosenthal.
Ticket! at box odea and Tj-son'i (5th at. Hotel), at
itgularprlcta.
ACADEMY SlS.SRSn.pugg.
E. O. Ollmore b Eucene Torapklna, Propa. k Mgrs.
MATINEE ELECTION DAY.
SPORTING "!&,,.
Lnajnaa Mata. to-day SsBat.2iEr.8iID
llaW Sonrenlr. I NOV.
BtrtW r,0th Performance. I lGth.
LYCEUM--:SOTHERH.
Matlneea Thursday and Sat., alao Tuea. at 2.
A COLONIAL qillL
A COLONIAL dim.
By Grace L. Fumlaa and Abby Sage Rlchardion.
A Play of Old New York
, SPECIAL ELEOT10N DAY MATINEE.
WALLACK'S. smat8;16-
-- SUCCESS BEFBATKD.
JULIA ARTHUR.
PreeenUng N A LADY OF QUALITY.
srECIAL MATINaXE ELECTION DAY.
nl.IOU. Erege 8:20. Mata. Wed. k Bat Laat nights
SAM BERNARD In the I ALICE ATHERTON
MARQUIS OF MICHIOAN. and great wet.
NEXT MONDAY, rViAV In her lateat
NOV. 7, "" encceae.
A night to lire aniamil KATB KIP,
and laugh for. IKWIIM BUYEa
Beate on aale to-day.
HWL Si.SR - I
PS9DC.V B'way. Er'ge funnier on I
lO9 8:1S, Mata. To- the atage." I
-...u darandsat2:is. sun I
T4RI'Y Extra Eleo. Day un' I
SsBjsjjHsjfjjsssjsjsjessjsjsjsaeaj Mftt. satVAeatMaMBMBaTaVaV
KNICKKHIlOCKEIt. " B'way and 88th at
VjririRA Ev'bb, 8H6. MaU. To-day and Bit
All bm 'iriE CHRISTIAN
ALLCIg EXTRA MAT. ELECTION PAY.
KOSTER & Bl AL'8. tPJTr
2 BIO I NIK ANDY DE BOOTJACK.
BUBLESqUEa I LAST tTElCK-IN OOXIIAM.
VORElON VAUDEVILLE BTAItB.
MunBAYnJ,Ji2S5T: mat. every day.
Entire honae, matlneea, 2So. ETenlnge. 2So. and ROo.
hTv.donneixy tuu r.nNriiQinM
STOCK COMPANY. WEEK, UUHTUaillll.
nARINd 1 1 11 NlghUI Mr. DAN DAX.Y k
bnoinUll Laat Mat Bat IhaHltLLE of N.Y.
The New Mualcal Play,
FOR BAT. NOV. l'J, "A Doiigerone Mold."
Beat Bale Begin. To-day. 0 A. M.
UnOADWAVTHEATniC. Ere. S:1S. Sat Mat Si.
LAST TWO WEBEB OF
FRANCIS WILSON and Company.
THE LITTLE COHPOKAX.
aiaaawaaa.ivMS,airaii. wi ma.ai
OCOLUJIHIA. Erery Erenlag.
MaU. Wed. and Bat
THE LILIPUTIAN8
In the Beat Spectacular Ploduo
tlon In yeara.
The Golden Horseshoe.
It"tAyDnANTD,AN?J,Ttl,
&s MONTAUK. SVti: VI!18:
This weak. Only Matinee Saturday. (Eranlor price.,)
J. AUCE NIELSEN lg
EF6EfuNB'TELEit'
12S People. Prlamatlo Ballet. Female Drum Oorpa.
Next week. Empire Theatre Co. In " a he Oonguerore."
gwonal W.ottttt.
BENI. Taarno. Turo alempre.
NEW TORE.
HfilfttUlVitOM.
R"FnST"io for 6 cenU at drugglaU. groeere.
reatauranta, udoona, news standa, general atoree
and barber ahoue. They banish pain. Induce sleep
prolong life. One girea relief,
gttiUitttru. ma Srt-wwtHtiog.
OEAL aaoquaa and tapei altered Into fashionable
'fre,",,U,"Mk5Slffia'B. ill Wert ti.,
IHHHHLWHii
Sale of Linens,
TAOLK CLOTHS,
2 1x9 yrd8e8.50; Tir.oo
it x3 l S4t0t0t .. otoo
djxSi " 04.OO; .. 9H.9S
2Jx $4.75 "HO.OO
SJX3J " 85.50J ii.oo
rVAPBMIV8,
3.4x3.4BerRSIk 93.75; TmtT.ts
A -nido range of sizes at
similar prices.
Klenistltchednll linen HucU
Towels, dnniHSk ends,
02.4O per dozen.
lalnen Pillow Cases, 2SJx30
Inches,.
OO cents per pnlr.
James McCreery& Co,,
Tiventy.tulrd Htreet.
8 Beware of Imitations I
JOHN DUNiAN'e SOae, AUHTI, NtW-0KX.
Wnntti &tx&vt8
fTHB SUN
Harlem Branch
110 WEST lS3Tn STIIKET
i
BLANK BOOK BEWERS and feeder wanted. AU8
TIN k MAOILL. Io& Fulton at
FUST-CLASS oatrlcb feather curler wanted to go
to Boatons good aalarrc eipen.ee paid to right
party. Addree. L. M 12Bth et. Bun office.
WANTED Experienced hand bonk folders. Ap
ply to HAllll DINWIDDIE PBINTINO AKD
BOOEBINDINO CO.. Oirenvlllo. Jersey City. N. J.
3ontetic .Strumitis Waiittu.
,i .M.. L.J......M . w , . .-i.--
It Tour Berrmat
need, tnatraetlon in the
Art ot Cooklac,
Call her attention to thla opportunity.
Thla coupon entitle. aweU-recorumehdcd eer
rant to on. free leaaon at
MBS. L SEELY'S COOKING SCHOOL,
862 0th ar.. where all branchea of cooking are
taught by Mr.. Q. Lemcke.
OOOE. S2B to $65i chambermaids, waltreteee. laun--
dreaaee. kltcbenmalde. houaeworkera. French.
German, Engllah and Bwla. nurata, so oooka who
waah and Iron, uundreeeee who do chatnborwork:
bntlera, second and third men. Mra. L. BEELx, 08
Weat 12d at.: aenrants entrance. 862 Oth ar.
COMPETENT cook. wage. $85, for family one hour
from New York; beat references required.
, Mra. L. BEELY. 8BI oth ar.
COOK to go to Troy, N. Y. rood waeai beat refar
enco. required. ' Mrs. L. BEELY. 882 Bth ar.
COOK for Morrlatown: wage. 20j beat references
required. Mrs. L. BEELY. 882 6th av.
LIBBT-CLABB waltreeafor Bye; wagea I28 very
J- beat references required.
Mrs. L. BEELY. 882 nth ar.
FIRST-CLASS French lady, maldi must be
thorough in halrdreaalng and dressmaking; wage.
$20! beat referencea required.
Mrs. L. BEELT. 882 8th ar.
PROTESTANT cook, wages 820, f or Washington.
D. C. email family: beat referencea.
Mra. L. BEELT, 852 8th ar.
"IT AITBESS to go one hour from New York; wagea
'" 2u; beet referencea.
Mr.. L. BEELY. 862 8th ar.
frgetutta fflUfl-gtrttnuacg, y.
EXPERIENCED ADDRESSERS wantad. Applyafter
JCi 7:80 A. M. to BOYD'B Dlipatch, 16 Bcekman at
STEAM FITTER and helper wanted. Apply at 80
OUtfati nnlon men only.
WANTED Two Fourdrinler wire wearers; good,
ateadywork. BROWN As SELLER3. llolyoke.
Mesa. '
g rgt-glRfl gc tp4temMw.
COOK and laundreaai willing to do waahlng and
Ironing: willing and obliging! beat references.
A. P., box 841 Buu uptown omce. 1288 Broadway.
CWMPETEHT waitress: caurmake ealad dresalnge,
eerre wines, carre, set beat referencea. 8. 1
box Bto Ann uptown offloe. 1288 Broadway.
HAMBERMaB) and seamitreas wonld like altua--
tlou In prtrate familyi beat references. A. W
box 638 Bun uptown offlce. 1288 Broadway.
riHAMBEBMAID and waltreaa;. competent, willing
VJ and obllgingi Brit olaee rafarences. A. B., box
BA7 Bun uptown ofttce, 1206 Broadway.
17IB8T-CLAS8 cooki wagea $80; understands all
-a; klnda cooking; beet references; N. V., box 640
Bun uptown office. 1286 Broadway.
COMPETENT kltchenmald; willing and obliging;
y- good workerrbe.t references. II. K., box 646 Bon
uptown omce. 1268 Broadway.
C "tUMBERSIAID and waltreaa: neat, willing and
obliging; beat referencea. B. B box 642 Bun
uptown oMce, 1286 Broadway.
pOMPBTENT laundreeiunderaUndeehlrte,coliar.
- culta, tc.i beat references. M. K box 08U Bun
uptown omce, 1286 Broadway.
COMPETENT parlormaid; underatanda work thor
ougblr; beat reterenoea. A. M., box 64B Bun up
town offlce. 1206 Broadway.
FRBT-CLAB3 oook; understands roasting, broiling,
fee I beat referenoee. M. O'U., box 648 Bun up
town olllce, 12ufl Broadway.
ITOUENMAID; competent and obliging; beat ref
erancea, A. U., box 644 Bun uptown offlce, 1286
Broadway.
tTdV'S MAID. Oood halrdreeeer, good packer,
-Li seamatreaa, Jkc; beat referenoee, J. O., box ess
Bun uptown offlce. 1266 Broadway.
N" UIISE. Thoroughly competent; good eeamatreea,
beat rcferencee. L.O., box 686 Bun uptown omce.
1265 Broadway.
l)ARLOnMAID. UnderaUnda waiting; beat refer-J-
eucea; wllllnf and obliging. L. McO., box 68T
Ban uptown offlce, 1286 Dpeadway. '
-TSSFINED YOUNO LADY, .peaking Engtlat. OeV
XV man, Bpanlah and Italian fluentO, dealrea altua
tlon a. Interpreter. A. L., 200 Eaat 1 loth et
1
Jtw-ffllnw gr Ip-fflntrs;.
AYODKa MAN, 24 yea'Tof age? eteadyTndTr.
duatrlona, detlrca a iioaltlou lu a wholeaalo
L?ax'bhor20tnBonSffleirn0'm,''t- """ U&
St. Barlholomow's pTwjrhirt.
Employment Mffude. ,m,",on,
Bureau. 'Itiet42dat, INew
PUrCdU. let 2SU4 88th el. ( York.
VOUNO MAN, 2H yeara, who haa had eei eral years'
. Jfkffirt.enc ,Bi newapaper bualneae. le daalroua
Of obtaining worki can furnish good referenoee to
any one needlug my aervleea. Addreaa K., box 187
Hun uptown offlce. 1288 Broadway. ' '
YOUNO MAN. 1, luat Und.ed. north ot Ireland"
wants eltttat on; atrong. willing. acUre and obllg
logi can be well recommended. Call 107 W. 68d at
(gwplPMment gurirautiT
MME. 8. JAOQPIX. 002 8th ar.. near 86th al
, French EmpCuricnt BureauJ 'eileet nViie, &
male eerronte prpcured; French cooke , kltcheumaid.
waltreaaea, laundnaoea, nuraee, aeamatruaM.mald.1
recommeued help, all nationalities, promptly anltad
CV "RELIABLE" I
CARPETS 1
HANDWOVEN ORIENTALS 1
Turkish Osmani Carpets
Averaging from f
12.1x7.10 8r'.uo
to
15.2x10 ft 87.00
Soft nnil Kivy nllf, finest ileslcns And
oolOfltiKS brlRlil for bedrooms, or ilch nd
siitiduod for parlor unit dlnliifr roomi. Th
economy Is In tho rtoiiorntions of scrvlct
thoyRlvo. .
Our "Lonsr Crpfllt" Is nn cponnmlcsl
patch to houso bcuutlfylnrf,
CASH or CREDIT
(OWPERTHWAIT ttt
104. 10G and 108 West 14 St.
1NEAR 6AV.
tooKlyn Stores: Flaibusli Av. near fblion St
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BaBaBaaKrSaaWPaW
HBl9H9BweamH
gtatUttn cnottis anfl gtttaurmr.
This Hat appear, every Sunday. Monday & Wedneidir '
WHERE TO DINE.
For Information, circulars, c, of any neataurant
or Hotel below, call or addreaa (aend atampi
HOTEL TARIFF BUREAU,
03 Fifth Are.. Kerr York.
Ale. meana A la Carte; Tdli. meana Table d'llot.
dinner.
Delmonlro'a r.thaTcnue, corner 44th at. Air.
LronFlouret.ntbaT.l:lRth.Alc.,Tdb.,tl.:r(Milc)
Gnzzo 40th at and B'way, Tdh., $1 (Orcheatra)
Blorcllo'a 4V. 2Dtliat. Tdh. (Mumc).
Luchon'.Germnnltrataurnnt 110 East I4thet
The Marlboroucl) B'way and 37th at. Ale '
Tdh. breakfaat, Cue; lunch, 60c; dinner, $1.00.
Terrace) Garden, ir.Hth et, near 1-ci.ry. Alo.
Cafe Ileumnnn, I Broadway ami Bcade at. Alo. Ed
HotelUiincnrla.4UnlnnSq.,Tdb.Trr.:wilhwlneSl. H
AuChntKolrlCSlW. B'way, 50c. Tdh., with wine.
AnChntXoIr DptownBranch32W.:SatUtlt:nat
Au Clint Nolr After Thentre Huppers. ffl'.;
Au Chat XalrJ Alc.Tdh.LunchROo.,dln'r7S-(Mneic) ftt
nircaiIonnn'a,8iith B'way.Tdb.70cAlc"All night IMli.
Ardln Clinbcrly 126 West 28th.t Ww
Select French Tdh., 60r. with wine. ftVaf
Jarqnin G7Weat2flthat Alo., Tdh., 80c. UV
Aonasls 110 UiiWerelty pi. Ale, Tdh.t 600. fflff
HOTEL EMPIRE,
BOULEVAItO & 03D ST., NEW YOIXK.
A Slodern Fireproof Family Hotel of the
ft ret class, conducted on the American and ,
European plan., for the accommodation of
those who want the beat nt reasonable coat.
EaiUi and g.icKp acceiiibre ftp tttclric, cable, aiU
elevated cars from all parti (if the city.
W. JOHH80N QDINN. Proprietor.
HOTEL CECIL,
WEST 11BTH BT., JUST OFF'7TH AVE., , .'
Corner of St Nlchola. are.
A modern fireproof aelect family apartment hotel,
offering accommodations equivalent to any in ele
gance of appointment aervlce and culalue. at lt.
than half downtown ratea. A few choice eultea of
2 and 8 roome aud bath, f umitrt d or iiiifiirnTs'.iiit,
by week, mouth ur annual leaae. AMERICAN I'MX.
Superbly fumlahcd bachelor apartments of bet
room, silting room and bath, from 836 per month
HOTEL KENSINGTON, '
FII'TII AV. AND ir.TU BT., N. V.
BELEOT FAMILY MOTEL. European plan, re
fined and homelike; lor.tlou nin.t central: nnn 1)1 -k
from Union Square: TUOROUOHLY IlENOVATKD;
NEW DININlJ BOOM: KKclTAUltANT OF NOTI'O
EXCELLENCE AT MODEltATK 1'lllCES. Ijirge and
email .ulte. (parlor, bedroom and bathroom) for
aeaaon or year.
Trabalent ratea: Single roome 81.60; unite, from
83 perday and upward. BERNAItD BEVEH
TJELIU OTTTFtXiSEBA..
K23 WK8T 3I 8T.
One of the moat dralrable apartment houaea In the "
city: abaolutrly flieproof; all modern linpro.- ,J
mental reataurant of superior excellence; apart- '
mentafurnlahedorunfurnlahrd. "'
E. N. WILBON. 3tannger. v
SujJiitfUjj hnnrea.
AFAnir, located cloae to Poughkrep.le on the , 4
Ilud'nn; price 823,600: nicely equipped, Includ- '&
ing eliyant properly; fine stock: iiiiini-umben 1 -
reaaan of .elllnir uo'Md Inother buelnoa, alao whole- '.-
aale and retail milk rvute. Full nartlculara appb ';
Mcdonald u wiouinb. ko mih i '
A CHANCET 82,000 bua 1,200 cuatomtrnTgrorery
spiL-lalty: two horeee; fine wagon; now doing
epleudid buaineaa: Inreatlgate.
Mcdonald at wiuuinb, 140 Miami at
AnEBTAUBANT located on 33d at: nicely
equipped: price onlyS4.oO0: unincumbered, now
doing good bualneaai recelpta SCO dally, ,
i Mcdonald k wiuoma, 140 Kaawi. v
AN OLD-E8TAULUJ1IED EXPIIES8 BUSINESS ! ',
catrddotrntown; price only $2,600; now doing .,w
Rood buaineaa; good renaane for aeltlng. Apply
McDONALP t WIOOINS. HO Nat.au ji
ROAKDINO BTABLE.-Accommodatlon for 5 f'
AJhoraea; alwaya full, paying ateady boarderai :"
owner hating other lutereata cannot give thla lila ,'
attention; price $33,000; aell on vtrr easy terms i
trial allowed reapnnalble partlea; thle la a bargain ,.
McDONALP k WIOUIWB, 140 Naaaau 'A
LABOE DBV adoiM AND FANCY OOODS 1I0USB A
located upper part of thla Stab-: aell br In- '
ventory; value about $28,000; average buaineaa 170,- ,4
000 aunually: under pieaaut owner', managenienl ,,
for the past 18 lean, who dcelree to retire; tucie ' :
nothing aakrd for good will. ,
MCDONALD k WIQOINB. 140 Naaaau at.
MEAT MAllEET. 50 llilloi out; busy town In Cm ' '
nntlrnt; eatabllahed 17 yeare by preaent owner; k
prlc, lucludiug One property, $10,000, eaaytermi ' .
allowed; fine dwrlllog, bam; large etore; firaWlaea ip
bualnce, uooiipoeltl'in; Inveatlxate thla. p
. . McP0iALD k WllHilNB, 140 Naaaau. S
TjXilTNKil'w.nled, $10,000 or more, manufacture m
-a- lr.g buaineaa; toe Urge lncreaie of uualueeaiom- B
Stls preaent ownr to recur, thla amount to fill or-
i., tory hlgbratrrfi rrncra given. Partlmlara is
MclH)SAI.ltJcWlU01NB140 Naaaau
WQ nnn"BK0"I'ED O.N FIBSf MOnTdAOE ;
tJpO.UUU i;.ulih.hod buaineaa; poaltlou. l.i
weekly guaranteed and 6 percent on loan, hlglieil
reftreuivn. .McDONALP t WIUOINS, 140Xaiaau
WQfi finn STOCK for .ale; iartte wholeaale
pOVjVlUU bualiieta, do.utown poiltlon to com-
Setcnt tally with llbeiul aalary: money fully '"
cted. McDONALP k mOCllNB, 140 Naaaau
WANT A JOB In l-orto Blcoj Wantto leirn about
buaineaa proapecta or want any other lnfoinia
tlont Bend a dollar by letter or money order and
the dealrxd Information will be given. P011TO BICO
BEALTY IMl'ltOVKMESl'Oa, Ponce, l'orto lllca.
Ueftrtuce fundthed.
TUB SUN
Harlem Branch I
lie WK8T 1XSTI1 STBEET.

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