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' I 10 THE SUN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1898. 1
And Now, Christmas
I F fHTlSTMAS is next, and but thirty days away. They will be thirty im-
' portant days. Already the holiday business is making itself prominent,
and the store machinery is getting to speed.
Nothing tests a store like its holiday business. Every wheel in the
machine is under stress. If there are faults, they will develop now. Safety
S I, lies in preparation, and you can scarcely realize how extensive our preparation
has been.
I f We do not dare to say .that we have eliminated all faults, but we have
I searched closely. If you find any that we have missed, will you give us
1 1' the benefit of your discovery?
V Store-service is not all. There is the stock. In this regard we do not
1 ? qualify our claims. There is but one other stock like it in this country, and
1 that is in Philadelphia.
' wnmr.o It is only a ques-
I? TmSVIa tion of getting fit-
; Tailor-made tcd Thestyiegoi
j OUItS gs,. suits are ex.
f. actly what they should be, and the
prices are lower than they should be.
II 1 there were more or the suits they'd
l A. be higher priced. But there are only
i El two or three to a style.
i ' J
. , . B One lot at $18 Of covert and tailor cloths
-' and serges; tight-fitting, double-breasted,
1 fly-front jackets; a number of these suits
' I arc silk-lined throughout ; in others only the
, ? jackets are silk-lined. Former prices in
f this offering up to $32.
J Jjf -At $25 Suits of broadcloth and fine serges;
. ; Wue and black; fly-front, double-breasted
J 1 ind cutaway jackets ; all tailored in excellent
1- manner, and silk-lined throughout. Former
i f prices run up to $45.
Oetond floor, Broadwar.
h Fifty Women's n0essof
f Imported Jackets choicestand
f finest Jackets shown this season. In
! the fifty there are perhaps twenty
I different styles. We cannot secure
it any more of their sorts to fill up the
i wanted sizes, so down come the
figures, and out go the jackets to the
j first fifty women who can get fitted.
!L We mention three, just as ex-
maples:
I At $25 "The Chesterfield;" of cberiot;
ff cutaway; extra long back; single-breasted
I front; lined with black satin; was $31.
!' At $27.50 Of corkscrew covert cloth; Ches
terfield cutaway; Inlaid velvet collar ; lined
with tan satin; was $36.
At $30 The "Prince Albert;" in dark
f shade of covert cloth j double-breasted;
tight-fitting front; cut off at hips; flap
pockets; fancy back; inlaid velvet collar
; and cutis; was $42.50.
, BW'lnd floor, Broadway
Rough.Weather s ,offer"
c? ao - .. mg of wo-
. Shoes for mL v
; X .. j in rnen s shoes
Men and Women will benefit
' f only those who can wear narrow
'" sizes, AA and A widths. About
: I six hundred pairs remain of a great
lot that were low-priced last year
v when we sold vast quantities at $2.40
. a pair. And now they're only $1.50.
;j They are unproved cuahion ahoa Ideal walk-
': ids ahco; an inner sole of felt of double
' thickness, with a layer of cork, to repel
1 dampness.
AND THESE FOR MEN
t. At $3 Men's shots of box and tan Russia
calf and of patent and enamel leather ; with
i medium or heavy soles; in fact, to suit
v, all fancies and fit all feet, And good
i saving whichever you choose,
' eTotsrtn annuo and Ninth atrett.
: ''I
I Japanese Yo" ;vU1 ct m.any
"Vj a hint on decorattons
f ideas rom the japanese
; b Exhibit on the fifth floor. Not only
( j Is it eloquent with bric-a-brac sugges-
I I tions and mantel-fillers, but it speaks
I of larger matters.
Here, tor example, is a gorgeous Jardiniere
and pedestal sprawling with dragons and bright
with gold. Some corner in some room needs
exactly such a Ihinr. Tale pedestal and all
for $5.
There are icany other tilings in the Japanese
j. Store in the basement I rut will interest you in
i ' llie tame connection. These Screen, tor hi
fi i. stance, fourfold ones ruore than five feet high,
' t embroidered with ailk floss and gold, jlio $5, but
I i should be$S. Another screen in hand-palnlei
velvet with a caned top, $10. Some of thesa
'1 I" re a little imperfect, nothing to notice, Thwe
0 jp r $b instrauol: $ll'
: jo
gN ) , Formerly A. T. Stcwar
RaaBBafitl
fHnamwMBa4BIMMjM4HaiaaaMBnMHVM
Black out thenIy
nrfs BnnHc thinS we nced tdl
Uressboods about thesc fa
their new prices. The qualities will
speak for themselves, when you know
the old prices, and the styles are set
tled in advance by the fact that they
were admitted here.
There's another manufacturer who
sleeps easier o' nights.
At 37jc, made to sell at 75c All-wool
Cheviot Potato Sacking, made of lustrous
black yams ; 40 in. wide.
At 50c., made to sell at $1.25 Wool satin
Bayadere striped Serge; 50 in. wide.
At 50c., made to sell at 75c. All-wool wale
diagonal Cheviot ; 50 in. wide.
At 50c., made to sell at 75c. All-wool Frise
Cheviot; 40 in. wide.
At 65c, made to sell at $1 French crystal
Cords ; 43 in. wide.
At 75c, made to sell at $1 All-worsted
Granites; 47 in. wide.
And these colored stuffs came to
us quite as advantageously :
At 37;ic, made to sell at 85c Tailor Chev
iot Checks, in 4 color combinations ; 50 in.
wide.
At 50c, made to sell at 75c Two-colored
silk-and-wool Bayadere Matelasse Cords, in
combinations of black with cardinal, brown,
blue and green; 45 in. wide.
At 50c, made to sell at $1 French Whip
cords, in navy blues, browns, greens and
grays; 46 in. wide.
At 75c, made to sell at $1 All-worsted Gran
ite Cloths, in brown, navy blue, green and
garnet ; 47 in. wide.
Rotunda and Fourth avenue.
One Thousand isa "
Women's Desks ;day ;nt, and
it will be one readily taken. The
desks are good ones, the desks are
cheap, and a thousand isn't nearly so
many as it seems. These will not last
until Christmas, or anywhere near
Christmas, counting by days.
It's a very good assortment, in
deed, both in styles and in prices.
Five dollars buys a really handsome
desk, with nothing botchy nor mean
about its workmanship. There are
six or eight styles priced under ten
dollars.
Other prices run up to $126.
Among these is a beautiful lot of
marqueterie desks, both of foreign
and domestic makes.
56 styles of Oak Desks, $5 to $112.
26 styles of Maple Desks, $8 to $36.50.
25 styles of Birch Desks, $6 to $17.50.
66 styles of Mahogany Desks, $7.50 to $126.
7 styles of Imitation Mahogany Desks, $6 to
$9.50.
20 styles in other finishes, priced to $126.
Fourth floor.
rmirhfx; Choosc your stylc.
toucnes there are sixty.five o
them to choose from. Please your
self as to price, the range is from
$7.50 to $66.
Most of these we make up ex
pressly for you, you selecting the
style and the covering from samples
that we show. Some of these are
already in stock, and have been
there in use as samples, rather too
long. Only one of a kind, and
priced this way:
At $13.50, was $20 At $12, was $17
At $16.50, was $23 At $12, was $16.50.
Fourth floor
Art Panels .P108 by
At Low Prices which h e s e
Mi uow trices beauts photo.
graphic reproductions of paintings
are made and colored is still a secret,
but there is no safeguard in that
from the mercantile accidents that
other goods are subject to. These
panels, now shown, have been sold
at $3. There are ten subjects. The
size is 29x48 inches. Choose at
Two Dollars Each.
T .irJ Sooi
o i c.. Devote a
Belmar Suit ;. "
j l'i i u minute or
and bklrt Hanger wo of your
time on your next visit here to wit
nessing the demonstration of the
advantages of this ingenious device.
For men's and women's clothing. Preserves
the shspe and prevents wrinkles. 25c.
lach. Set of six holdrrs. with closet rod,
lor $1 i'
1 (
It.., ci i There are two
Two Strings strings to the bow.
Une Bow 0ur Philadelphia
store is enrolling members in the
Literature Club as well. We shall
"tote fair" with the friends of each
store, but the allotment of sets to us
at the HALF PRICE is much too
small to meet the demand for this
greatest of all libraries of literature.
We closed the Century Dictionary
Club in Philadelphia alone in 80 days.
This club should fill quite as quickly.
The 20 big volumes of the IN
TERNATIONAL UBRAR.Y OF
FAMOUS LITERATURE form by
far the most satisfactory compilation
of incidents and story from the books
of all time. 10,000 pages and the
printing, illustrating and binding
make the books superb.
Thirty-one Dollars
for a $60 set of books, entirely new,
the first edition, is only possible
through the combined selling power
of the two Wanamaker stores.
We can send a set to your house
on ten days' approval. Shall we?
The membership fee is ONLY $1. You
are allowed 10 days to examine the books. If you
choose to return them, your dollar is refunded.
If you keep them, you pay monthly for 15
months $2 for cloth binding, $3 for half mo
rocco, $4 for rich three-quarter levant, or $6
for sumptuous full levant, such u delights the
connoisseur. We recommend one of the leather
bindings as being more appropriate for so large
a volume, and more durable.
Specimen pages and full information free.
The Book Store, Ninth atreat,
Underwear for 5"e'LaE
MAn nn,i iumAn enormousstock
en and Women a sg!&s!aQm
tory stock, that comprises all the
good, desirable sorts that may be
needed at any season. And the un
derwear here, whatever the grade, is
bo moderately priced as is possible
only through immense purchases di
rectly from the makers.
FOR MEN
At $1.50 each Medium and heavy natural
colored merino shirts and drawers; well
made and finished.
At $2.50 each Shirts and drawers of English-made
natural Llama wool; medium
weight. Also of heavy natural colored
merino; full fashioned and regular made.
At $7 a suit All-wool ribbed combination
suits, in flesh color and light blue; silk
trimmed, stitched, sewed and finished;
full fashioned and regular made.
FOR WOMEN
At 75c. each White and silver colored
merino vests and drawers; necks and
fronts of vests and curls of drawers silk
trimmed.
At $5 a suit Union suits, regular made and
fashioned, of blue merino; also of all
wool in white, blue an,d flesh colors; hand
somely finished.
At $7.50 a suit Sdk-and-wool Union suits;
winter weight in flesh color and blue; full
fashioned and regular made.
Broadway.
Some New fM wTT
U, tor women, white
nderwear and resh aad neW(
and made with due regard to the
styles, that seem to come and go as
regularly in underwear as in outer
garments.
If you haven't kept yourself post
ed as to what is new in underwear
cut and trimming, come and see.
This is always a good place to learn
things in, and especially to learn
styles in.
It's all new underwear of the
whitest and softest and best, but the
prices are where they always are,
lowest for their sorts and qualities.
f i ond floor, Fourth aranna.
HN WANAMAKEK
t Si Co., Broadway, Fourth Avenue, Ninth and Tenth Streets,
" " - rTrsnf" ti in i
muptttnt.
M KTrtOPOLITAW orimA nOBSK.
Grand Opera Season 1898-99,
I'nlu tha direction of air. Mnurlca Qrno.
OjUDlne Nlhl, Tucfdir. Nov. 3f, at 7:SO.
TANNHAUNKlt (In Oarman).
Mm. Eatiiaa, Mcltalinitrr and Nnrtllca, MM. Van
Djck, llUiihain, liar, Mlililnunn, Mom, Manor! and
nancon. Comhidor, Wit. Manrlnalll.
-TI;kU Uanrtl , MONDAY nv'e, Nov. 28, Trill
only tia ttood on Tueaday KvV, J"V, 2.
Wad. Kr'ct, Nov. no, lloulnt'a opera, IL TtAn
BIF.nRDI fitVlOMA. Mine.8(iintinoli,ilauermla
t.r, MM, Fxl, da le,i, Campanarl, Cainnne, Moua,
Vannl and Sallunae. Conductor, HIk. Manclitr 111.
Frl. Kt'a, Dec. 3, Oounod'a oprra, IIOMEO KT
JUIJF.TTri (tn Frrneh). Mmra. Moll ll'V arrir.
with Chaa. A. Kill.), lljflla, luuormcl.trr, MM. Ed.
dn Ittaik. rianrnn. Albim, Data. Dnfrlclii. Mous,
Ynnnl and Faltz. Conductor, Big-. Manelnelll.
Sat. nf Irrnoon, Dec. 3, at 2, Wnener'a opera, TANK
HAI'Hrit, wltli aamo rait aa on Tuea. Rv c, Kov. 2D.
Hat. Kr k, Deo, u, at Popular l'rieea. yiotow's opera,
MARTHA. Mmea. Emtio and Mantalll, Mil. Kd. da
llnoke, Carbolic, Dtifrtcbr, Cornuaco and Batltnao.
Conductor, HIeoor IIOTlttnanl.
Pricra for Hat nlahta $3,150, S2.O0, tl. CO, 'Band
CQeant. Uiiea JO, lir. and S.IO.
Run. Ev'a, Dec. 4, Urand Htmdar Nlghl Concert.
lkn office upon from in tl. Tli-kota ran al,o be
pnrchaaed at IlOX OFFIOI-. lUTIM of Tjraon at Co..
alio at 1'. Ittillmann'a, 111 llroadvar,
btrlnry .C Anna' l'Unv Vteil.
METROPOLITAN OPERAMUSE. k JS&t.
GRAND OPERATIC CONCERT
IS AID OP
ST, MARK' HOSPITAL.
Paur Symphony Orchestra.
Trobclll, Terrtl. llrldeiroll, (lacrtncr da Qoirorr,
Bcata now on aale at bai offlco.
POAItNEUIG IIAMj.
HILHARMONIG mil
lH9H-Flftjr-aevcnUi 8aon-lR(M.
KMI1, PAUIl CONIJUCTOrt.
Haooml Public Ilelienreal,Fri(Ur.Nov.2A,at3r.M.
Neeond Concert, Baturdav. Nov. 20, at 8:1B P. M.
, . PllOOllAllMK:
M A Fatial Overture". Wauner
Cavatlna, from " l Noire dl Flearo" Morart
MMK. .IUIIANNA (1ADNKI.
Mavonlo UhapFOdr, o. 3, A flat Dvorak
Scene and aria from ' Dor Frelachnetr" Webor
1IIK. JOHANNA OADSKI.
Byntpuony, No. s, O major. Schumann
Hoi oirtre open dallr from It to 6. Scat from 75
cents to 2. tloica $12 and tin. Hiibecrlptiniiii for
Beten Hclieanwla nr Onnorrt; Scats from $4 CO to
$12.SO, Iloita t TO and $N7.ot).
Aim. lt)lilti:i.r.K, SecraUrr.
C.Six Mympliony Concerts)
' , roii , i
1 . VOIIM. 1'KOPIjK. ,
1 . FRAXk. DAlinoSGH , Conductor .
1 , Kuril number on tlin programme will , '
, hr iirrrd.tl br at atinrt ffiplnnittlnli. . f
i. SATUUIIAY AaTTi:UOMNH nt 3130. . I
November 3d, I Januarr 2H, i
i December 17, TcbruatT 20, i
i January", I March 11. 'i
, ' Solnlf., Not. 3fl . Mine. KMMA Jllm ' i
f l"arqupt, $; Dreaa Clrele, t Ji llalcunr. $1.00; ' ,
i ' Boica (eeatltm eluht). tioo. Uox Offlca at
Carnegie UaU now open.
i'ARNKUIB IIAtU ISext WtiiidnylvTiiTr.
Fourth Emil Paur
a.?J?.!i,!?.r SYMPH0NYn0RCHESTRA.
aUnuaV Antoinette Trvbrlll . Boprano
Cnnrart Mnrln V. Torrllhnii .. Waulato
OUIICUTl Frnnl Kaltonborn . Viollnlnt
Ilea, acata, nowon aale, 'Mc, r.Oc, 7ffc, Boies. OS,
JDtrecUou: VIOTOU T11IUNE. Knabo Piano uaed.
ti ABaMlVtV TIlKATnE. 27th at. fcMadlaon av.
C1IARI.K8 FHOHMAN Manager
l.AhT2NIUUl-H LABT bATUUDAY MATINlUi
MR. IlK'HAltU
CYRANO DEINBEEGERAC,
BY
EDMOND ItOSTAND.
BEGINNING NEXT MONDAY.
VIOLA ALLEN
In nail Calna'a Great Play,
THE VUIUSTIAN.
BE MB NOW ON SALE.
1mzrzzi Nov. 24 & 25.
DOG 660 Entries,
SHOW: $2,000 pn1,
aU S 1f WW I ji A.M. toll T.M.
Ailmlailon - 00c.
404 Fifth Avenue, Cor. 37th St (formerly Sherry's.)
Under tho auaplcea of the American Pet Doir Club.
'i'cl"' 1411,-t.AnJInlnsPhco
K Q. Oiluiore & KuKenn TuinpLtna. .I'ropa. & Mirra.
Oue nf tilt! Slthta of the City.
SPORTING IIFES5
20 HOItSES AND 20O PFOPLK.
Resular MatlneoH d. and Hat. 2. Kr, 8:16.
ggsar, iNCERson. sasSu-.
EMPIRE '"TBSf.,.:?.?."1"-
Chtrles Frohman . MAtiautr
UAllKKES EDNl-SDAY AM) HAfUUDAY.
John DtxwHi.rtuitci,tTriuiiiiili.
Mr. CharU'B Frnbman Presents
MR. JOHN DREW
In Henry Arthur Jonea'a Oonirdy.
KEITH'S CONTftflTo'.,,M?NCE-
" Plrat and Second Balconlia, 20c.
Orchestra. r.Oc; 1-ront Orth , 70o.; Una Seata In Or
chestra ami Pront Balrony. $1.00, No eeau rraerred
fJKP1.!1".'...." f'Oc. ailvanoe on rosular prlcea.
AUELKBUMMEnviLUCkCO. In-'Kyd1. Bride."
,.JLB..",Ir-L1AM9- FltANK DURII.
jE5,WCEUi, MAXWELL i. BlMI-aoN. BLOOM
BlOCliSS?! ' lucIudu"t ,ha 'ruoua
AMERICANnsl
-m CASTLE SaOPERA Ca8!IAVE.
P1p5r' CHIMES OFNORMANDY.
ErS',.2.:?50v.7tct,, Mate., 1.100 rca. acaU,25c.
Next Waek-LA BQUEUK (TUE UUUEM1AN8I.
HOTL J HhRALD SQUARE THEATRE.
nvl" D'way A. 88th t. Emt.H:10. Mat.
TiDtuV st,4 Wod., 2HB. Nothlnir fun
IGfrl, nler on tho etaite." Sun, Herond
. . .. i-dltlon Kverythine now, Mon
TORY Nnv- 28- Beveiitj-Bfih (louvenir)
w y J tpcrtormanco Dae B.
! Ill Jl hT' N CII0A
tltith at, Weat, near Ctilumbua av.
Open to tha Public Dallr Fcept Muudaya.
. Porfcct lea Bkatca Free.
HllOADWAY TIIIZATKK. B w aniniaTBt;
MATINKK, HATUIIDAY AT 2.
THE JOLLY I JEFFERSON
MUSKETEER. IDE A1TG-ELIS
By Julian Edwarda & Btanlalaua Stanae.
IdTH RTRrTETTnK4TRE. Cor-" Mate.Wed.
fvin OinCCI i8at. ltfa.nrcll.clrt.loorlialOOc.
KNOIIMOUH MICOKKH OV
THE VILLAGE POSTMASTER.
" ANOTHKK OLD 1IOMEHTE1D.' "N. Y. World.
R Ifaftaf IIAA 4thav.23d U:.iOiharp,
ILh IjfcBJftfl JMIEL FItOUMAN, Mauaser.
Ba i VbUIVl Matlneoa Ihuraday fc hat , -J.
,. PINEHO'B NEW COMEDY,
TRELAWNY OF THE WELLS
fWA ,., I F.rca.HMn. Mata.at2.
t2W8 A RUNAWAY GIRL
MT M . .. . KiacUy a clveu at Daly1!,
aTUEATKElMallneea Wedneajay A, Baturday.
UFREQ 9 CIEI hC Wfo Both at. t B-way.
iCDCrl & rlCLUO HAM.. Mala. Wed. A, Bat!
and the newlnirleatiue. OYlUNOBKde BltlO-A-nitAO.
BIJOU Broadway and aoili at. I Matinee
""""' Tn nlslit, H:20. To-roorrow,
MAY BRWIN KAFririii".
PARTOP'R coktinuouh
f " l'KIt VOIIMANOFS.
V. J3u01iOPNM?,,.) X ' M- BKATS 20 AND 80 CENTS.
MURRAY 8fll?- MATTEVERY DAYT
f atln houaa, Matluten, a.'.o. Kvenlima. 2r,o. and 600.
Il V. DONNELLY Tills Tlir Oil tiro KIMR
STOCK COMPANY. WEEK alUVtlt ttltlU.
Aftv SAai T. JACK'H Thratra,
Uj& Broadway and 2tth at.
VJg- 2 BIO BlIOWH EVERY DAI, 2 AMDS.
4g3ms The Motl: Turtle. A Warm Reception.
jy A Duiliuv Dream of Delight.
It I I Uiii T KvenlnitaHslO. Shaketiiaaro'a
1111 V'V hn:noriANT or vlniuic.
Illl I 1 MlHr) ADV REIIA.N aa PtllirlA.
URLI U I Matlncea Wedneaday and Hat, at 2.
icVKtiy AMEIXICAN 1UY AND OIUL
ahould aee tho
" MATTLli OF HAN JUAN HILL t"
A DANGEROUS MAID!!!
Piciunt (.(-a. Adtn , KOc. Matinee To-morrow,
LASINU I New Buffet Promenade 7i:i013.
"1IATTLE OK AN JUAN HILL I"
at tha Pleaaure Palare.
I.AUOESf HTAC1K UTHE WOULI:
COLUMBUS I CUMBERLAND '61,
Nut Waek-A STliANOEU IN NEW OllK;
HI'ltTin i: HritMON'O MltV" Wtrt. K Hat Bat.
UAUl.EU MtmiO HALL. 2Ao. Oa'li (iraervadlpOo.
Ir. and Mm SUnc) Drew, Praaa KJdri(lt-ri nthera.
1 RMMl PLACE THEATRE. -Every Evening and
Saturday Mattuae at reirular prltei. The arraat
uccaa."IM"ElS8EN ItOTAo'l."
TJIQ0E8T TUINO YET. --
li WIIJ, BTJN ALL WINTEB.'WonrnaL
MArrLis oir hah juan ullU"
1
West 14St
C9 "RELIABLE"p
CARPETS
Special Sale
INGRAIN" CARPETS.
50 cts. per yd.
(Value 80 els. J
JInilo to withstand Ions sorvloo. Well
vrovon In soft sbmlos or browns, fjroons,
bluoa and crraye. I'uranool nnd olmrailut'
colore nro TnKcnlously mingled.
Tako advantage of our "Long; Crodlt"
nnd do not pay till convenient
CASH on CREDIT
(OWPERTHWAIT 0.
10106 and 108 West 14 SL
NEAR 6TPAV.
Droohlyn Stones: FlaibusIiAv.narfttWnSL
SVmujemcBtsi.
B-a I'EKI'OHMANCKP.M. 8d av.
All eiv York l'locklnp; to Nee tlio
Battleof San Juan Hill."
200 Soldiers, 20 Horses, Aoourato Detail.
LARGEST BTAQE IN THK WORLD I
ALL BATTLE bCKNES I'CUPSEDI
USUAL Bl( VAUDEVILLE I
ioK Hart & Co., trothtrt Oamm, Kit othtrs.
Oontlnnoua. 1:30 to 11 V. M . 2fo BOo.
tra- no a1)anok in prices i -h.
PflflRTnU'S Continuous Performance ld
rilUUIUIl U SSc.nOc. 18l30tnl0l4VSr.M.
"HOLLY TREE INN" (Delightful Dlcacne
Rtnryl. M. Rudlnuff. Charlee T, Aldrlch, Yorke and
Adame, Leo Dervalto, Wormwood's Dob and M"n
Voya, Laroyand Clayton, 3 Nnvarroa, Oyr and Hill,
Wataon, Hutchlnea and Edwarda, Many others.
OREAT IJlUOHLSO BIIOW I
t J- KO ADVANCE IN riUCES 2Bc, COO.
MADISON SQUARE ?J!gPSr.".ww"
BOTn rEHF DEC. 6. SOUENlllS.
CUARU FROHMAN fiiT.T
puhSEXTH lre
AND MOST .
succEasr ul rAncK. AND
80th Perf .. Dec. 0.
HOUVENIRS. nTP"Pr
MATINEE BATITRDAV. B H Ma gm
EQ8.H.8Q. MAT. 2.16 XJaV JB
RAHPTriT THE.tTRE. nr.lU fit, near B'way.
UiLAXUilUn. ETira.Hiir.. MaU.2:lB.
Hoyt J. McKee, Lohseea. CharlfaPrnhiuaii Manaeer.
7GTU I'Elll'. D1".C. 1U HOUVEMIW.
Charlea 1; rohman Preetutii
AiMNIE RUSSELL
and xrp&t cant, imnentlntr
"An indiepntabl auccaa." lit raid.
MAl'lNKEH WEDNESDAY AND SATURDtY.
HARLEM Kv.8.30.- I1ENMAN-
OPERA HOUSE Mat. B.lt. 2:1 C. TIIOMPhO.V
IN TUE OLD IIOMr.STE.U).
X X MR. ltlCUAllI) X" ' " X
Li?'.xBliNSFIELDil.S-.i
IN CIKANO BE llLKtlKKAO.
KNICKERBOCKER Bg?S 8t.
TO-NIOUT 8:16. MATINEE BAT. AT. 2. P. M.
IM. . I
CRANE In Sew Comedy,
WORTH A MILLION,
By E, W. PBE8BUKV.
KOSTER & BIAL'S. -.g-
WILLIAMS and WALKER SlUllSrAwiffiK:
Joslc Hall, uteffaca and Foreign Vaudeville
bl'NDAY NlGUT-SACKEI) CONCKIIT.
UfAl I AOltT'K Broadway and soth at.
W''--'VaV O. Evira.ii:lu.8it.Mat.,a.
THIS WEEK ONLY.
JULIA ARTHUE ik IN60MAR.
ov. 2H M1B8 ARTHUR AB HOSU.ISD.
riRAIMn PKItA I CabloCara
I1'" IIOL'tiE. p,iaa tho Door.
Mat. Saturday, I Next Week,
" IS OLD Rhlt, Willi E,
EENTUCKr." I ANb BLUE.
iriHnitHi inn, 33dMiway. evsfsS?K
lOOBouv. Mon. TMF TIIRTI F StHJfiSJ
12th Bl Week, 'nt I Ult I LC. ES-tfr
THF.WORLD IN WAX. OR AH NEW WAR OltntJPB.
3XJESTST Jm-CJfipESEI.
Hear tho U) pay Mlllc. dbVaBa Cl.Nl'.MMUdllAPH.
HFWPV1 MAY HOWARD'S BIG GO.
UB.B9 Bail l2BURLM(nEH,8PECIAI.TIEg,4o.
JCUKATUK. Mats. Dall). EMta. at.
INSTRUCTIVE, VATKIOTIC. THUILLINgI
"IIATTLKOl'HAN .JUAN HILL!"
200 Boldlcra. Horatt. tc-ACCTJUATEl
CTD KATI-OLAXTON (lal. IBc.
01 All, In THE TWO ORPHANS. Hal. 20c.
Ncxtweek-A U111P Ulf B1EEL Ore, 60!..
uctou330tictjs.
E. VT. KEAIINEV, Auctioneer.
AUCTIONS SALE
OF
CONDEMNED
QUARTERMASTER AND ORDNANCE STORES,
v by direction of
BEN. rLAOLElt, BrlKaUer-Oeneral and Chief of
Orduance,
VAN TASSELL & KEARNEY,
AUCTIUNUKIl.H.
On Thursday, December I, 1898,
AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK,
IT tub swrii USUI,
-Hi Av. nnd :tfith .St., New York Clltr.
CaUloKiira ready on Not. 2(1, at Awcnalaud Auo
Uoneera' nlUce, liio Eat latli at.
Fifth Avenue Art Galleries,
between 3tb aud snth at.
Important Modern
OIL PAINTINGS,
the property of
Mrs. I'mnk V. Bnvln,
Removed from her raaldonce, 7 Eaat H7th t. To ba
aold by order of Mean. OPl'KNHEIM t BEVEIl-
ANCE, Attornera.
AI.RO
tha Collection of tho CLARK ESTATE, with addl-
tlona,
IULE DAYS:
TCKSUAV, WEUNKSUAY nml TIItHSDAY
Eveninci, Nov, 00, 30 and Duo. 1,
nt 8 o'clock.
Exhibition open. Day and Etenins, until concln-
Ion of aale.
JAMEB P. B1LO, Auctioneer.
Cfxcursioua.
DERI' BEA FISUINO.-Bteamer AM3LK1I dally,
azcapt Mondayai far 60o., 2 lit t..E. B... 7i2o:
Battery, h.oai old reliable pllut Al yoater uu board.
I' 7XOELLKNT nahliyj at Cholera Baifka -Htoamer
yo8TEUdailytKaat2Bdat.,7i4K: Battery, 8:20;
fare 1 1, with balti Oholert Bapka, voather pennltUnc,
Winter JSttDom.
THOSE iuOeriDf from weak Innga or aathma tlinnld
go to Boutheru Plotas flnt-olaaa board aud ronma:
termareaaonable: Noitbrrn cooking-. AddnaaUiaa
BltQVnf. Urore Cottaue, Bontherp Piuea, N, 0,
l.'lliTCIASB DRUuTtORK for aale, allneoppoT
A luuil) inuit kuII mi act. .unt of huallh Addreaa
PilAUMAUlBr, bu w6 Buhenettady, H. Y.
1 11UY (11,11 J1KTAI.
Have you any OLD LEAD, BRABH. COPPER. ZINa
PEWTER, TEA LEAD, OLD TjrE, KLEOTUOTVI'E
81EHEOTYPE, OLD BOOKS, 4c BEND A POUTAL
CARD, and I will cUI, any part city or (.ountxy, and
allow vnu tha hlsheat caah ptioe
BORhHTElK, inn William at , near Prankfort at.
".IP-A-N-8i 10 for ft centa at drngidita. They
XV binlib pais and piolonr Hie. Oat tfivci ailitf.
? Jjho Culmination ? M
I of the Chaiienge Sale. 1
5 It's noarly here. Only two moro days loft. Wo'vo planned S Jg
7 a glorious onding for it, and at tho blaro of tho Challongo Horn, i. m
S Friday, thoro will como tumbling from thoir usual plaoos a fl
L multitude of valuos, immonso enough to satisfy ovon bargain- t 1 JI
s loving Now York. Thoro's to bo groat "doings" hero to-day- II
r Bargain Friday receiving uncommon omphasis by tho impotus r I M
7 givon it through Challongo Salo influences. Bo suro to bo in 1 I
) at tho finish ; you'll havo no causo for rogrots. ) 11
aif Commotion in tho Cloak 'Department. ?
S Durlnrj CHALLENGE SALE there have lie en V
V (&. great "goinqii on" in this busy port of the BIG t
4r? STORE. Pri'cos lmve fallen, slipped nnd tumbled ? '"
r ns neTer before In the history of the store. Ilirili-
? Tw ,orn 1ua'hy hns been everlastingly offended' li S
VKu intimate aaeociatlon with low prices such Is the (
f -tf power of tho CHALLENGE SALE.
V J7V(!? u "18 0rc n'08' values are yet to follow, Hero v
ll Sa l ' one he,n or Friday's salo :
) fr A Grand Clearance OF ALL THE $
? VL ODDS AND ENDS OF WOMEN'S TAILOR-
5 0 MADE SUITS.
I We have just 15. We wish there were more f
j 1 nni so will you when you see them. Tho mnterinl, i
S J 1 '1B By'e' tne cu' nn(' the finish all nro Irre-
i I jj. pronchable. S
S Yu may have your choice of fly-front, tight-
v " Yl fitting or double-breasted styles. Tho Jnckcts'nrc P
? j I lined throughout with silk. The Skirts, cut plain
J j or made with a graceful flounce, nre lined with
S 1 V perculine. It will be plain even to tho novice Hint
J I 1 the oheapost suit in the lot is worth nt least $12,00, 3
I I 1 while there nre mnny which have heretofore worn c
V v J" Ss7'5 price tickets. However, it's Clmllrngn Salr. ?
' N,., - , therefore your choice of the entire 1 25 suits Fridnx
S at three Challenge Prices : ' i
$7.45, $10.00 and 15.00.
Jf Special jacket Sale. Jggty 1
? Theso Jackets aro tailor-made you could tell that a mile 5s32$' I 1 1
? away. The material is 6ne Kersey, ailk lined through- tTJ?5&aEE! ' 1 I S
c out, and strap seam trimmed. Ordinarily these Jackets zJPtt ! ' I . J
? bring $15.00. And are worth it, too. To- o y c sr )jJr' I i
day, choice at the challenge price of O & vxteiO &?& ?
Jfiur Specials. ((ixjSvWl 1
The first Is a Collarette, a jaunty, saucy affair, made of V VeZJtt K I
7 fine Opossum. There Is a Mutt to match, lined with a V S jrTifS S I
better quality of satin than you will expect) anywhere v i yJKJ
else the price ticket would be $12.00; here a C va,r lll w y
j to-day at the challenge price of G.&U J II C
1 The second Is also a Collarette, made of fine Krimmer, 4& U 1 J
C lined with brocaded silk and exactly as good in style, 7S1 M S '
r durability and beauty as any $10 article you jn Sift k u-yl ' ,
could buy elsewhere; challenge price, to-day O.ll l )
S Thon there Is stilt another Collarette of Superb Elootrlo Seal, with a neat star-
S shaped yoke, the whole lined with pretty satin. You'd guess the price -r l) S
to be $11.50 at least; challenge price, to-day .UU
I JllfOry llnCOmmOn The story in a nutshell is simply this:
S - One of America's best blanket makers
blanket UODOrtUnitU. neede.d money so badly that he wns
'' J practically compelled to sell a magnifl- J
? cent lot of blankets at a sacrifice price In order to get spot cash, c :'
Now, 86 cases of Blankets Is a very large lot at any time there are 75 pairs r
in each case and 6,450 pairs of blankets are rather more thnn any one store 1 i
could very well use even early in the season. But at this time of the year, with t !to
the blanket stocks praotically untouched on account of the backward season, r y i
? we dare say there is not another house that would havo cared to buy so much. ? M '
c And that is just why we succeeded in buying them so very remarkably cheap. d
C To-duy (Friday) the sale begins, and will perhaps end, too; for, largo as f B ,4
the lot is, the price ws can now afford to name would move n mountain of S H
J blnnkets, even in summer time. H
( The Very Best 75c. Blankets r- c k All-Wool Filling Extra Heavy Western c B
C we will place on sale for UUCC Made Blankets, 1,000 pairs 11-4 sire, C
The Very Choicest SI. 00 Blan- ret SlSl tii' nibe'Uy ?eeced ,!,k I
kets we will place on sale for 7 OC ? bdmS' "e wlU P13" on "!e J QQ
d The Very Best $1.25 Blankets on l0 Cases'of Extra FinoCailVornia' Blan- I
we will place on sale for Oa7t7 kets, well made, nicely finished, war-
7 The Very Best $1.50 Blankets no ranted not to shrink, 11-4 siie, - or- ?
V we will place on sale for C70C we'll now sell for V. CU
$1.50 Comforters, softly finished, with j 12-4 sire ; challenge price 6. SO I
? ruffle, we will place on sale f qS Heavy Comforters for Winter nr t H
? for J.Jf Use; challenge price isUC ?
,) Another Purchase TJhe Essentials "f" durn: c I
t y ry S bjlity and ) ,
tfprons JJhis Ume. of a Jfat & S JL,
i Apron manufacturers are very wily, c are durability, style and extravagance. J 'Cf' j
It is seldom they overstock themselves, The man who wants style nnd dura- C I ''
and it's seldom, therefore, that we get i bility, but wants it economically, ',
J a chance to buy below value suoh a ? must come here for it. To-morrow Vl "
fine lot of aprons as these, which just r we shall offer: A
arrived in time to celebrate Bargain -. iva nnyn eji- c I
) Friday and the Challenge Sale. S f Special Derby s
S XSLX The Apro8 , of ) and Alpines, the S
m& nne lan fnd Swiss, J 1 proper shades and (
I Tfy ?? 'V1' SOr,VfJ(M2SS hP- Not a hat
C -JL -llleS' T "fn'S TWF in the lot worth less (
I fXi ' , fd .merely "ith a 7r W$ than $2.25, chal- )
S ftm ,Kptaln?em'J "S "Cf kLMF lenge price,
? Zd Rf tucked, and a great tyi WU 1 1 1- I
) V. fll r many are trimmed with LLai4i J. 75 ?
xlX-lllii lce, embroidery and in- ? Jp A. ., , ,.,, . S
S (Vmm. seriion Jj-.mWL. Men 8 Wlnter CaP8-
7 Ml P7 Ther"e are Sewing) WJffWMm a p for outdoor
I I ' k AProns. Tea Aprons, ? workers, made ot J B
Nurses' Aprons' and rw VTV 7"m Kf'7' ) 1
1 I Waitresses' Aorons S chlnchllla. Peque doth or Veloum '
For quick selling the big purchase "has S Jour cy of BHghton, Winto or I
been divided into hve lots, to be aold as ? d''v" 'P"' ,W1 b dobe pull-down S I
C 0i0W5i J band nd llk lining. Elsewhere you (
I Lot One-Aprons worth 25c, 7 ,-"! "ked 7fe" chi'- 4in Will
challenge price UC I Iene Pr!ce C fj
S Lot Two-Aprons worth 35c, K 2M"!!uF!!!IiAllf a'1 By8.' 1"""' f I
challenge price .OC theoouble make, of fine worsted yarns, C M
J . . ti. a , cn C ,olld color or 'lpe, regularly net I 1
t Lot Three-Aprons worth 50c, or ) sold at 50c, challenge price. . 2&C P
I , C,ha"enea 4plic ;"" OC Boys' Winter Caps, the Double-Banded,
) Lot Four-Apron, worth 75c, on Polo or Brighton shape, with visors and t
challenge price CcC ear protep tors. The materials are Ker-
C Lot Five Aprons worth $1.25 1 yn aey Cloth, Chinchilla, Plushettes and S
challenge price zrCC C Velours. The caps are lined with silk
If you have an apron need, this la your c and are regularly sold for 65c, o jr
S opportunity. challenge price OOC L
? "7L 173 L lt is an abolu,el7 guaranteed piano, o rich, swert S
1 OlO UJOrniarat tone, and perfect action. It is ot the same quality as S
( pianos that sell under famous names, the only difference '
) 3rtnnJS25 beinB in the P'Ice' Come in and let us show it to you. )
1 ts iuiu w.s. Bring along your friend who knows all about pianos
examine the instrument from A to Z the more thoroughly you look into it the more
S thoroughly it will please you. S
S Why not buy your wife or daughtrr a piano for an Xmas present ?
1
gjjnainn Jjoteu and $lwnvixM, a-s, -, . -, 1
HftTTEMNRE. I
rvn,Zrunnrou rnnr COMFORT, BASE, ELEGANCE. ' jl
EXCLUSIVE MODERN F REPROOF u ,. , . ,, ... ,., . !!
. .... .. ., . ,. . It has tarn said : "A room without .i a
Splendid Location, Very Accessible, couch or rosy chulr Ik only half furnlHli.-.l '
Perfect Cuisine, Efficient Service, .u,r ;?U(,,r8. n,' 'if ."""'V. klmls-bonin nt -J
.-.,. , $11,00. iipholstorod in crtilonns, nrn lout.'. M
An Eitens ve Library of Choice Literature. lowdeWousiyoomfoiuwo. iiurco..oiien j
-r,,r r-n . .,.... . ... for $f50.00j Loatlier Louuiros for $30.00; m
THE BEST AT REASONABLE COST. Tapestry frvaiw for $47.00; lionpa ;of pi!- f
t- mnvuiv on.wu n . . ",w8 to Ko with thorn, tho moro tho Iwittor. A
- JOHWMW UClWN, rroprltor. Wlf MUowv Armchairs, uphoUtorod in v- J
HfaTRI rcril lour, $23,00; othora with oxtoiiiliiil svats
MU,CL CUIL, lonir enotiBli to Htri'toh nt full Irniftli 3
wkst UBTH ST.. just ovv 7TU ATK.. "p0.n a?TSa vaj!,pt' of Turkish. KncliBli J
.' , . , tlub una Rooao Chairs, alwnys nt fitctnry I?1!
Corner of Bt. Nioholaa ava. prices, as you ly
A modern fireproof aclact famllr apirtmtnt hotel, .. j
effertng accommodalluoa equivalent to anr In ale- BUY OPJTMe.MAKRK ftl
fance of appointment, aervlce and eulalne, at leaa Arts
ban tialf rtownl.iwn ratea, A few choice Bullet nf - w yi Mil
2 and H rooina and bath, fnrntiuad nr unfurnlabad, I IT n 8 . w T TVTT' f ft, KM, I
by week, monthnr annual leaaa, AUKHIOAN FI.AN J1UJ -J X LallN X VW ym'l
buiwrblr furuUhed bachelor apartmauta nf lied- HiS
rixiui. alltlnit room and bath, from tan per month U.tS AMD 47 WST23TST ML
HOTEL MABi7jr&?ii'f3;;:J meabhoadvav. M
tf &' WvS.ffJ XgZ&HJr'" a u clrt' "J w wax xu .rem.
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