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OCR tIEAN tOKVKK.
H'BtlM NO T."5 MOTTO " KRESSENBrBO."
iu vca Eiemr pircrs
KonKa Bon K ItS.PsonQB4. Kl.K S.KBJ,
m A mk W$
IRnSB QnnKKt Kt on K D 4: Da on Q Band
ARJ fion()ht2 Kt r.. Q 3 and K Kt 5.
wtmto play and mate in three moves.
"OBUJIvo 75J-MOTTO- "cUDa L1BBB M0.6."
ta m mJl
w r4j mm mm
kti 3 "An
r.?BBQ RV.'n'? K KtV Q 5i D n Q Xt nd
'""Pl'ran. ma. in three moves,
""iira-io 717-motto: "esolwd."
Inn OR p ,U ",x "c
"lB t am Ka l.Q Et 7 Mi K Kt 7i B 0B K 8i
r WM W&
U ' ww
WniTE EVXS rixcxs.
White to play and mate in three moves.
PROBLEM NO 7fJ8 MOTTO: "BISnOPs'CABNITAI. "
BLaCK NINE PIECES.
Ron K4: Kt on Q. Dion K B 7 and K Kt 7. Pa en
Q Kt 2, (j Kt J, Q B 8, K Kt J and K It J.
WM, VM wA ?M
",1ji " '?? 'yfK JOite
' y,vyA 'w 'M7s
Wzti WW, -Gfa' WM A
wA mk ; i&
WM If I W WB
WM WA wm &.
a. WM WM '"A? a WM
Kon K . QonQ Kt n Kt on Q Kt 3, Us on Q It 2
and Q B, Ps on K 2 and K II 6.
white axvEv rircEs,
White to play and mate in three moves
All the above problems are entries for onr first In
ternational probl'-in tournament, forwarded by the
Judires to The Hun durlnx last week Jwt before
sending these problems the Judges inform The Set
that ther have decided to awarl the second prize of
the two moves section to problem No. tfli, printed
under the motto of " Faith Unfaithful." This prob
lem waa componed by Edward Dale, Jr , 7S High
land avenue, Newark, N. J. The Judges have prom
ised to forward a copy of this composition, together
with a full report on all tha entries In the two mo es
aection, next week.
SOLUTION TO PROBLFM SO. 7.rll.
1 Kt-KtB,K-QC;2 Q Q7ch,Kt Q3.3.Q r Kt.mate,
1 Kt-KtH,K-OBi2 Q-q7rh,K-H4;8 Kt-n4,mte.
I.Kt Kt,K t)fi, . ( Q7ch.K-K4;8 g-OB.mste.
l.Kt-Kto Kt-BH.2 Q-K7ch K-U4 s.d-BB.mate.
l.Kt Ktn,Kt-B8,i O K7ch,K-J5. 3 (J-K3,mate.
1 Kt-Ktrt Kt-Kt2,2 QUP-B4:3 Kt-Q7.mate
l.Kt Kte.Kt Kt2,2 QxP.anyotber, a.Kt-i)7.mnte.
I.Kt-Kt.Kt-O.I.2 Kt-07ch.K QS.nQiP, mate.
l.Kt KMI.Kt-lP.S QxKtcb.K-ni.lQ-Bl.lnate.
1. Kt-Ktrt Kt-B2, 2 QxKtch,K-gB, 3 ij (JO mate.
l.Kt KtB.Kt-QI 2 l U7ch,K B4 3 Kt-It l.lnale.
l.Kt KtH.K-Qa:2.Q Q7cb,h K4 3 Q 06 mate.
BOI.UTIOV TO PROBLEM SO. 753
l.Q RS.K-B3.2.KI Q7rb, K KH; n. O-H, mate
1,1 -RS, K-qr., 2. Kt-Uil en. K KB. t. Q-V, mate.
l.C R3, K Br., J Q Bch, K K4.8 n-113, mate.
1, Q Rt, Kt-B4, 2. Kt-Q7ch,K-0B, -I.OxKt.mate.
l.C -Its. Kt-B4,2. Kt-37ch. K-B6;8 Q-B, mate.
1. 1 R8, Kt-Qa- 2. QxKt. mate.
1. C -IIS. KtxKt. 3. Q g , mate.
l.C -R3, kt R4. 2 Q-Qt). mate.
l.C RS.ll 04; 2 Q-Ksch, B KB; 8. B-D3, mate.
l.C RS. B Q4:2 g-K3ch,K B3, s. KtxB, mate.
1.0-U3, BxP. 2. 0 K8ch, c.
l.Q R i. B elsewhere: 3 Q-K8ch. c.
1. Q-R 3. P queens; 2. Kt g B 8 cb, K-K 8, 8.
0 K 7, niste.
1. Q-R 3. P queens; 3. Kt-Q B 8 cb, K B 8; 8.
Q-K 7, male
1. Q-It 8, P queens 3 Kt-Q B 0 ch, K B B; 8.
Q B t), mate.
1.Q-R3.P Ktfl.2. B-Q2,K-OB:8.Kt B.mate.
1.3 RS.P Kte,2.B Q2. K B3.3 Kt Q 7. mate.
1 Q RJ.P-KtS, 3. B-Q3,Pqueens; 3. Q-K12.
I. Q-B3.P Kt; 3. B-Q 2, Kt B 4 8. Q-Kt 3,
I.g-RS.P-Kte; 3 B-Q3,Kt any other; 8. Q-Kt
'l. Q-R 8, P-Kt 6, 3. B-Q 3. any other; 8. Q-Kt 3,
1 Q R 3, P B 7; 2 B-Q 3, and all the variations
are similar to those arising from I P Kt 0.
All other variations In answer to P-R B, c, are
r. -, .
iOLUTlOV TO PBOni.EM SO (04.
1, n-H2,KiKt,2.B-K1ch,P B4.3 R-Kt8.mate.
1. n-IlJ.KtxR- 2. KtxKtch.K-K4. J. Il-Kt8,mate.
1. H-I12 Kt-Krtch;J.KtiKtoh.K-K4;S B-KFVmate.
I B-B.', Kt(B7) anyuther, j.Kt-Ka ch, K-h4,
"t, Tl-lii.P-KH, 2 B-Ktilch.KxKt, 3.1l-Kt3.mate.
1. It- U2, P-K4, 2. KlP ch. KxKt; S. B-Krt, mate.
1 II-lI2,P-hrt - R-Utrh KiKt. .1. U-RB. mate
1 B-U2,P-Krt, 2 lt-I)3cb,h -KB, 3 B-Q5,mate
i oiiriGXPONiiKNc r.
F, Colorado Newnrs Tur Hus'aeohersdonot
like prolili ras beinnms with a taV
The a-nhorof Irobleiii So 74 rriiueslsth solv
ers who found a -look ' in hlsprjbleni to forward
an analy.lNOf the same. M A. .
It. O. Tboraaon, the winner of the two-more aee
Hon of our Brit International problem tournament.
after being Informed of his success by Tiik Bon and
requested to give some partlctilara of bla chess I
carter, writes as follows: '
"I as dellghli-il with your communication In
timating my success In your two move tourney. It
took me quite by surprlo, as 1 did tint expoct to be
placed In so large an tintri Many thanks for your
i ongratulstlons and kind remarks. The few particu
lars I stnd 1 hope oil wilt condense and arrange to
suit as I am not much g md at that kind of work. I
wasbornln Kbcrd iti.liotlaud, and lived there up to
three ) tars ago, I learned to play chess about Of
tern jears ago, andaytor or two later icmmenced j
aolvlng, neit I liegan composing, and It is now ten
years since I had my tirst jiroblem placed In the
prize list. Since then I have competed in a number
of touriicjs. 1 bavn bad twenty-eight prohloms in
two, three mid four motes which hie either gained
prizes or rtceiw-d honorable mention I have also
won thlrtj ne prizes for snlvlmt, all In tho old
counln. I havoliad over 300 problems published,
prim Ipallr in two and three moves direct and sill
mates. 1 camo to this country about three years
ago, but have had ier little time to dexote to chess
Hiute I ratno here vonr competition Is the first I
liae tr i d,"
II. , Birry, South Boston, writes to TnaRnvaa
follows "With regard t the 'oook to No. 745 I
would u that If l.g-g 1. Kt-QB; 2. Kt-BSch,
III hi and no mite If 2, Q K 3 oh, K-q 4, J
g-K B i li, K-B .) and no mate. If 1. I) x Kt, K-fl B;
J QxB, llxPamt no mate. If In 74(1. 1. Q-K 2,
It i V or II x P and no mate. If In 747. 1. Kt B tl)
Kh, ht-B7orl Pht it prevents the 'cook. "'
HOI.UTION TO THOMBIN'R PRIZE PROBLEM. i
1 ll-n2, Rxll.J g a P, mate
1. R-112, It Kt 2,2. Ktx It, mate.
1. ll-ll 2, lt-U J. 2. M II 4, mate.
1. 11 II 2,11-11 I J. Kt-kt7, mate.
1. 11-112. 11-114. 2. ht-ht7. mat.
I. It It 2, Kt 11 2: 2. Kt 1) 4, mate.
1 R-B2, II x It, 2. Kt-Kt B, mate.
1 R-112 ll-Kt it, 2. Kt-Rt 6, mate.
I. a. -II J, II U, 2 g DA, mate.
I. It-It .', II -II 1. 2. It x II mate.
1. It H 2, ll-Kt 4: J Kt 1 1), mate.
1 R II 2 P-hl 4, J g-K il, mate.
1. R-D 2, P 11 4, 2. P-K S, mate.
bOI.I'rtOV TO OIIOCKOLOvN PROBLEM.
l.K Ktll.K Rn.2g-Qll P-Kt8 S.Kt-B7,mate.
I K ht'l K Il,2 Q qllH.K Km. 3 g Rrt.mate.
I k-Ktlt,lv-llrl,J g-ltllth, K Kt..l.g R. mate.
I.K-htll, It 11H, .Kt-g4, K-B, . Q-D, mate.
1 K KU,R-R;2 kt-Q4, R-R7..1. Q-B, mate.
A gmt nunilwr nf our regular solvers havo
"cooked " this problem bj lutans of 1. Q BBth
and q n 4 respectlxelv. Harry of noston recom
liH uds the plating nf a w lute piwn on king s fifth
and a black pnven on black s king s third in order to
piaicnt thet. "cooks
Correct scilutloiiH to problem No 7B1 were received
from How ka , Dro iklyu lust in Time. Sew York;
Fred Carte r, Boston llieo ion It, Huler, Brooklyn,
Jred I.ngle, llinnklin II M Manser, Sew York, let
Another, New ork. Loriect ou An , Brooklyn: M.
s, Brookhn, s. stemler, S'ew York, II. V,. Meyer,
Sewinrk, It 8 Walters Sev, inrk: II . Harry,
'outb Iliston, S'ewell, Haiutngn, N. Y , Elek Emil,
tJorrect solutions to Sn 7FI were receheel from
ThendorcB Hiij lir.llronklj n, M.S .Brooklyn. 11 M.
Mauser, New nrk Instill Time .New York, Correct
lou re, Drciokliti.H stemler, S'ew York, How Easy,
Bninkliii, I'ltd Fngle. Drookljii. H.S Walters, Sew
ork. 1-rrd Carter, Ilnstnu: Yet Another, Sow York:
II Mejer.NewYork.il W Birn, south Ho
ion, Oroxc r s Ml. Iianbun . Conn Frank Cromwell,
Ilnukliii. .Newell, Saratoga, S. Y.. I. ledman,
llostnii Hek I mil. Sew iork. Irank Cromwell,
llr xiklj n
Correct solutions to So 7B4 were received from
Theodore 11 Huj ler.Brooklin.M H , Bnioklvn, R.M
Mauser, Sew Vuk lut-t In Time, Sew ork, Correct
nu Are, Hrnoklin.8 steinlt r. New York. How Easy.
Brookhn 1 re el Kngle, Urooklju, R.K. Waiters New
ok 1 red Cartel. B istciii. et nither. Sew York:
II. W Meier, Sen ork, (Irmer'a III. Danbnn".
Conn 11 W Harrr, nlltll Bistin, Newell, Sara
toe a, N" ; Hek 1-nill, N, work
Cnrne tsoliitlmi. to Thorns in s problem were r
eeheelfrom lheoilnre it Hurler, l'rjokhn, M.S.
ltrookhn.R M. Miiiser, Sew nrk Just ill Time,
New nrk, Corre rt ou Are llro kirn s stemler.
Neve, ork linw Kar. llr.oVlyn. Fred Fugle. Brook
hn, It s Walters New Y rk, Ireil Carter. Boton.
et Anntber, Sewnrl., II W Mejer. New lork.
II W IMrrc South Doston Frank Crnmw ell, Brook '
h rv, Se well, sarwtogH S , I. Zeldman, Boston I
Correct i,lntl n 1 1 Choi kolon a pnsitlo i wero re
finhlfrnmlloir U,t Hroikhn lust m Time. New I
ork Fieil Calter, H istnn riiendoro 11 Hiljler,
Bieokljn. Pre 1 Kngle Brookhn, It. AI, Mauser,
New ork, et Anoth, r Sew York, CorrettYiu Are,
RmoMm M. S , Breinkls n, S Htemler, New York, II.
W Meyer, Sew 'iork II s. Wallers New Aork.
Ilrovei I.ll, liaubiir). Conn Flek Emll, New York;
V rank Cromwell U.ookl n, 11 W Barry. South Bos
ton, Mats , Newell, Saratoga, N. Y., J, Zeldman.
Charles J. Deaner Washington, P C. forwarded
aldlllnial enrreet solutions to Sos 740 750 and
7J Sjielliate Ne w Anrk, toSos. 74H. 7BI1 and 752;
W. I)e Lailli New Aork to No 75(1 1. 11 Rice,
DMroit Mich to Sos 7Wnnd 7ro, W II. R , Dan
lnlrx, Cum , tSo 74W IF Warwick, St. rnl, Minn ,
to Nos 7411 and 752
s tl. Pninl. Sorweelk Conn, wlshestobe credited
with a 'cook to So 741 by meana of 1. g B B.
Fntries for the Manhatan Chess Club's handicap
tournament h ie be e n de Llarett closed, and this eon
tent with nliieten ttiaverscuinpeting, is now under
wai The plaers aro elhideil into four classes, as
UrstiUss-F I.Marshall. T M nanhain. E Del
mai J s Hi an, L Schmidt, O Itoetblng, J. Halpern
Se. ond t las-A. H Hierv-irth, I C. Aschsr, c. P.
Weeks S Sams
Third Class J. Johnstone, J. 8. Wood, C. R. Mc
Fourth Class-J C.Stokes. M Spinrad, G. n. CU
man, J A Linn.
The schedule was made np for twsnty-ons entries,
but i esterday O II. Rochler and H A Rublno with
drew A number of games have already been contested,
including two victories of Marshall oier Johnstone
and hams, and two more by ltyan oier McUiley and
P ndleton. Halpern disposed of Johnstone and
1 Delntar proved toi much for Weeks Johnstone
and Pendleton each scored a point at the expense of
Stokes and Bierworth respectively.
The odds prevailing are Pawn and move, pawn
and two moves and queen's kntght.
I.ANKFR IN MObf-OW.
During his stay in Moscow, extending for two
weeks. Champion Liskcr jilaied 131 games in all.
Of these he won 102, lost i, and drew 19, while
three games were left unfinished.
Students Who Are, Trylnu for Placea on the
Mfinhnttnn Lollejrei Nine.
Oierfort candidates for the Manhattan College
baseball nine have reported to Capt. Cohalan for
practice, the most prominent being Titchers, Cas
tro, 'nn.McDrlde, l.oo, MrPhllllpp, 1H02, Roche,
lUOl. and Barton, 1H02 catcher", Agnew, ltino. Cot
ter, moo, and Partle, 'mi, first base Cohalan, 'tea,
(ianey, 'P8, and Curtain, 1 PCX), second base, Mc
tlrath, 'W. Redely, lleOJ, ami Ljons, 1V-00, third
base, McQuade.'ull. Kelly, 11.02, anil Dcmpsey, 1902,
shortstop. Kerns, lnoj, Orecn, lf.02. Hanley, '99.
KUroy, lnoi, and Sullh in, 1P01. outfield, O. CotUr,
moo, Bryne, 11,01, Walsh, '99, Dooley 1901,
O ltourke, 1902: IIaes,lli0J, Horan, IS03, Murphy,
1902, snd Johnson, 1901. Tho poor condition of
Jasper Field for practice is bothering Capt Cohalan.
The lale garnets only a few days off and the field is
v ery uiudfh , If there are no more heav r snowstorms,
bowevc r. ilie field should be in good hhape by the
time the Sew llai en men arrive
I p to date thecaudld-itea have been practicing In
the gi mnasiitm, b'ltnwiug to its limited space their
work is greatly hamperel. The staff of pitchers is
stronger than last ) ear, as Ctstro and Mcllride are
both rounding into form, while great Interest is
centred In McPhllllpps, who pitched such good ball
for tho scrub team In 189H Agnew. who raught
last season, Is still at college, and with Cotter to help
him out tho team should bo strong behind the bat.
Capt Cohalan will play first base, as he can cover the
Initial hag better than second. Second base and
ahortstop will be filled by new mein. probablv
Oarvey at second and Redely at abort, while third
base will be looked after by McQuale. who played
there so creclltablj last sear. J-eft field Is causing
Capt. Cohalan some anxietr Dan Cotter, who plsyed
there last year, went out with the class of '9et. If no
new man can bo developed McBrlde and Castro will
alternately play the position. Brynes and Cotter
should have no troublo in making their old places at
centre and right fields, respectively.
Manager Birmingham will be ready in a few days
to give out his official schedule. He baa a few dates
It a meeting of the Associated Cricket Clubs of
Philadelphia on Friday it was announced that B. J.
Wardlll, the manager of the Australian Cricket team
that Is to make a tour of Fngland the coming sum
mer, had written to the Secretary of the A, C. C. re
specting the proposed visit to this country. Pie stated
that be was favorabh disposed to the Idea, although
invitations bad been re cived by the Australians
from Brazil and South Africa to visit those countries
after the English trip had eude 1. The committee in
charge of the matter dec! led to issue invitations to
the Austrillau tn play threo matches In 1'htlaael
ph'a If ever) thing is satisfactorily arranged the
"Colts" will oppose tie. Australians in tbs first
match, which is scbeclulcd tn take place on Hept. IB,
HI and 18 On Sept 2.', 1 I and 2r the All Philidel
ph'a teum will meet the victors, and the same teams
will plaj the final match, which la acheduled for
Sept .9, 30 and Oct 2.
Shlnnrcock Bnj Yncht Club Pinna.
At a meeting of the Shlnnecock Bay Yacht Club at
Iho Hotel Ocrlarhon Thursday night, John Oilsey
was elected Commodore, vice B U Howell, de
ceased. Preparations were also madu for the sea
ann's campaign The formal opening will occur on
.Inly 4, with a rezatia open to all classes, lu addition
toknorkiboutsof 14 fmt water line, which hac been
e ailed the fifth c lass B .sides this there will be five
other en ents during the annum r. No dates havo been
decided upon, but to avoid a conMlctlon a con
ference will be held with the other Long Island
vacbti lubs Ihe report nf the Treasurer showed
that tho club was In good financial condition. It was
announced that the building nf a clubhouse at Tlana
Bay, near Q'logue, was almost an assured faot.
After an nnuanal number of postponements, tha
team handball championship of the Long Island
Interscholastlo Athletlo League wiu finally decided
yisterdav at the Piatt Institute gymnasium The
Brooklyn B i) a' High School and the. Adelphl Acade
my teams, who had beaten all the other teams in the
tournament, e ouipeted for the final honors, ami
sdelphi won out after some lively playing, capturing
fit e r;an s to the High Si hool's two,
Maurice Daly and George Slosaon played an exhi
bition gauio of bllllaids ycetcrdav afternoon in tho
Union league Club. The game was 300 points four
teen inch balk line The score at the end of the game
was .toil to 251 In favor of Da!) His highest run
was 71. Blnsson's highest was let A large number
of the Union I-e ajue Club members wituesseel the
If j on Are Pressed for riniei
"Want" advertisements fnrTHEHr may be left at
any Postal Telegraph Messenger omce. Charges ths
auvme as at Tux Sux office. Aiv.
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i Opposite the Ilrooklyn Post OQicc. ?
5 We Please You in Every Wayj
I or Your Money Back. S
That's part of the liberal policy of this OLD FAMILY i
STORE. This store is still making history, and such prices)
as these are part of its making: S
s Easter Laces!
) Laces are on top this season in
S everything for Easter. Mrs. Grundy
c savs Laces are fashionable this season
very. So that SETTLES it. We've
( lots of novelties (Washington st. win
dow full of them) too many to
? speak of in detail. Here are a few
S to tempt you to he fashionable :
:Te. to 30o I-nce for Wash Dresses, Under-
wearnntl Fancy Work: 7 ipoclal lota for
Monday; 3 ton Inches wide.
C All at iso. yd.
75c. Black ToNca Net, 45 Inches wide. Bilk
3 for dresses 33c. yd.
J tic. to 10c Torchon Lacea and Insertions,
l!to4lnchos wido 3c.)d.
S 15c. Embroideries, Irish Point designs find
J lino patterns, at Do.
7 85c. Ttielilnpr for Yokes and 8hlrt Waists.
C at CUc. yd.
45c. Mousscllne de Sole. In Black, White or
S Cream 32c. yd.
S 15c. to 25c DrcKfl Trimmings, clmps. ga
1 loons and heading: also ruffled rlDbons.
) jot, steel and nil colors, now He. jdV
? Our Separate Skirts
C Are creating no end of fivora ble com
i ment just as you'd like them If jou
bought the materials and had them made
t for you. We save you that cost though
sersrc All wool, button and lace back, navy
C or black, lined and interlined, all lengtlm.
$500sorts Monda, 3.1S
J All Wool Scree Skirts. Btnall button trim.
1 lace and button back, outsldo stitched
S seams, lined and velvet bound. $7 00 gar
C ments 4.48
Imported Camel's Hair Skirts, latest plalda.
laced and button back, $11 50 sorts .. 7.585
? Lining Temptations.
5 12Sc KastBlk. Molro Teicallne 1e.
7 l.".e Fancy Hlk Back Silesia lOe.
10c. Orcandle Llnlnc Lawns 4c.
S 18c. Silk Finish I'orealino 12c.
5 20c. Persian Jlolro Volour 12,'e.
J He Imitation Hair Cloth 3c.
Mattings and Rugs.
c Is that room or two ready for mattings
( j et ? We've sold a pile of mattings already.
Sand we know bv that that the prices are
f irresistibly lower than other people's.
Heavy Seamless China Mattings .. Do. yard
I Fancy Japan Inlaid Mattings IOc. yard
j New. Fancy Carpet Patterns ISc. yard
n Sloan's Axmlnster Rugs ORc. each
J 30x00 In. Smyrna Mottled Rugs.. 30c. each
S 30x60 Fringed Smyrna Rugs.... OBc. each
Curtains and Shades.
N Now ones will fix you up In great shape
C and at such little cost, too
i Opaauo Window Shades, ready to hang.. ICe.
J Doublo Knotted Fringed Bhades 21c.
7 3 yards Nottingham I,aec Curtains, SOc.palr
5 3l. yards long. 00 In. wide. Brussels Cur.
I tains 80c. pair
:tlt ards Point d'Esprlt Madras Cur-
tains . ..101.10 imir
I Derby Sllk-Flnishoil .Portieres. 3 yards
S long ' 8I.2Kpalr
' For Mon German import in Fancy Plaids
I and Homnn Stripes: job lot; tabled to-
' morrow at less than actual cost of lmpor-
S tatlon , . . IOc.
i Tor Children-Black Ribbed I.Islo, doublo
' ? heel and toe; these goods hae uo superior
J among 25e. grades; for Monday our price
V For Women Oenulne I.lsle Thread. In Tan
) only; Richelieu ribbod and plain; staple
C 35c. stock 21o.
nrnddtngton nnrrlers Finish Second In the
The latest English mall brings particulars of
the national cross-country thamplonshlp. de
cided nt Wembley Paris, orj tho outskirts of
London, on March 4. Tho event seems to ro
tain Its great popularity, for, although the
weedlng-out process of district championships
bad disposed of second and third class teams,
eloven clubs wero represented by from six to a
doren runners Irelnnd was represented ,y
tho Haddington HurrlerB. The noted Dublin
organization inniln n gallant light for
lctor. anel onlj succumbccl to tho HIbIi
cafci Harriers, who-eei team wore fnnrcil
by a coursowlth which tlmywere thornuglilv
acciuitlnteil Among the clubs that started
teams were the Hirchlleld Harriers, winners of
the Midland championship, and the balford
Harriers, winners of tha Northern champion
ship. The easy win of ths Hlcbg&to Harrier
Easter Dress Goods !
Have you looked at the Dress S
Goods new Dress Goods ? They're
prettier than any that have gone be-1
fore, and cost less a hundred styles I
and weaves, all new and stylish, are
here at these very little prices: )
SO-luch French Dress Checks, a sizes of
chook Brown, Navy or Black. S
10 Assorted Lines of Spring Dross Goods: 7
to 10 colorings tn eaoh line; plain and S
fancy effects (special, 25c. (
Value 80c. C
Latest Arrivals in Wash Goods )
are all deserving of your early Inspection
prelty patterns, bright colors and excellent J
fabrics, at such prices as you'll find here J
and only here. ?
200 nieces of Printed Plnue and Ducks
dark and light grounds, figured and
stripes, special.,,.. 0c. S
value 15o. S
100 pieces Imported Organdies and dotted J
Mulls In beautiful flowering offects. v
special j,,vc-.va- ,-. stC f
Value lOo. and 25o. i
Another Shirt Waist Season. S
This Is to be another season for Bhlrt ?
Waists, and we're here with tho largest.
flnost and best assorted stock of Shirt Waists C
you ever saw and at tho lowest prices
ever shown cause, wo buy for cash Rnd
sell eheapor than anybody. i
GOO I.atindored Shirt Waists. Fine Tereales, )
Pleated anil Yoke bicks.So different stvles J
stripes and plalds.Kic. sorts, nt . . . 4He. S
Flno Zephjr and Tercale Waists. In all the S
latest colors, pleated and joke back a
special at . . . . lJ5e. t
Liberty Silk Waists. Black and fancy colors, Q
J5 00a!ucs vlondny 83.4 N i
Fancy Cashmere Waists, corded front and S
buck, all the latest shades, $.l8 values,
Miislins and Flannels.
30 In. wldo Brown Standard Sheeting ,3c.
P-4 Boston Mills Blenched Sheeting. . .10c. P
Bleached Canton Flannel. Heavy Fleece Be. C
32 In. wide Heavy Shaker I lannel 4,c. C
New Striped Outing Flannels 5c. (
Spring Wrapper and Robe Flannels Be f
Linens. ' ?
Heavy Irish Linen Table Damask. 68 In. J
wide, extra heavy, worth 50c 27c, v
Extra neavy Pure Irish Linen Damask, sn-
perflae. verv wide. 00c. quality 47c J
Turkish Towels, extra heavy and fine. 42 In S i
long, worth 15c OHc. I
Heay White All-Linen Crash. Oc. kind Bt,r, C
Extra Heavy All-Linen Crash. 18 In. wide, J ,
Negligee Shirts. (
Fine Woven Madras Cloth and Cheviots, ,
In tho face of heavy advance on these fab- $
vies, we place on sale to-morrow about 100 y
do?en of otqulslto patterns, at nearly half
tho lowest previous price C
The Shirts are mnde with doublo yoke, slope S
shoulders, gathered back, and lined collnr i
and culTs, e pry shirt full cut and properly s
proportioned . , . ,.",( . ,
Spring Housekeepers' Wants. S
Wool Fleeced White and Gray Blank- J
ets 3Dc. pnlrC
Full sire White noneycomb Quilts 40c
Sllkollno Tufted Comfortables 0c. )
Ruffled Sllkoline Comfortables 08c.
as-lb Hairrillows.ACATIeklng 20c. J
3 Si-lb. Pure Feather Pillows at 40c.
274 to 282 Washington St., 305 Fulton St., Brooklyn. I
Jaurnn & urnltmn
50 inches wide 46c. a yard.
3,100 yards to-morrow on tbe centre counter, mala aisle.
Quality : very fine worth 1.00 a yard. Colors : navy, brown, tan, car
dinal, purple and black.
Fancy A.lsilk Ribbons at a Remarkable Price
New Persian and Fancy Stripe effects ; 5 Inches wide ; variety of artistic
color combinations ; 60c. quality, at 25C a yard.
24 to 42 ?latbu$h Jw.t Junction or Tulton St., BrooMyn.
of London surprised the students of form.
Tho countrymen generally demonstrate their
superiority In this contest, and only once In the
past twenty years has a southern club been
successful Tho points scored by tho com
peting teams were:
Hlgbsata Harriers, London, f2, Haddington Har
riers, Dublin, i:4, Mirchnelil Harriers, Hlrmlnnbaiii,
l.is llnclilej Harriers. London. U" Essex Deattlos,
I cm don, law M'ucbaeter Harriers, Msncbester, lHct,
Salfcu 1 Harriers, Halfor I, I U2 Pol) technlo Harriers,
London, 38, South London Harriers Indon, .172,
Blsckbeutb Hurriers, London, eviOc Farnwortli liar
nera, did not nnlsb.
C Bennett of tho Tlnohley Harriers, who Is
recognlri'd as the best longdistance amnteur,
followed up his lctoryln lliei Southern Coun
ties rue", bv easily winning the imllvliliiul
honors He finished more than a minute ahead
ceunpeteel, among them Tom Birch, wl n was
placed as one of the six men on the Blrchlleld
tuiiiii, despite the fact that ho has run In about
n score of national championships. "Sonnj"
Morton, who isted this country with the Sal
ford Harriers' team nearly ten yean ago, alio
cored (or hU club.
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COSTUMES. Our magnificent showing of MIL- M
LINERY, TOP GARMENTS and QOWN FABRICS jM
dwarfs all other displays in New Jersey ; it meets and H
matches any in New York and with lower prices. iffl
The first blush of this superb spring exhibition still H
lingers. Come this week and see it. HH
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FURNITURE Muohthat Is beau- BEDROOM Tho brass bedls etlll IH
tlful and picturesque In dcslfjn' will greet tho popular prevailing fancy, and enters IH
tho visitor to our Rrcnt Furniture Depart- Into combinations with other nrtlolos of iSssssssss!
ment. Among tho leaders will bo noticed furniture In bird's-eye maple, curly birch) H
tho following : and mahogany. H
PARLOR SUITS Style of Louis CARPETS Tho new patterns-wo H
XIV.. gold and blue, white silk damaek. havo them as you'll find them nowhere olsa H
with "S" chair; Inlaid mahogany (mar- '" "Jel8ey-" You'll notice the tendency this
queterlo and mother of pearl), figured dam- flprlng toVTard red nmi Krccn' MnRy Bnd ,a IMM
nsk, various colors. combinations. Our prices (for strictly ro- !JH
liable goods) nro a shnde lower. Full num i !atsssssl
bcrs In nil tho lines of lloor coverings. SIsbbbbbb!
LIBRARY Very pretty conceits, tmm
Indoed.ehlef nmongthomtho large, luxury- UPHOLSTERIES Wo havethfj H
giving Davenport Sofa, heavily carved ma- irKest 0itd best appointed CurUm and H
l.ogany frame, moire velvet pillow attached. Drapery Department in tho State. It Is a bJjB
s verltablo place of delight for tho house j lijH
DINING ROOn The ruling fancy keener. fB
Is for the golden oak In medium grades. It ill
lsnotveryexpenslvoandls very beautiful. NOTE A poRtnl or telephone (No. 708) i-fiB
Of course, there Isn't a piece of furniture message will bring our representative to I Irl
worth plnclng in tho dining room or In any you to furnish estimates and take measure- WW
other apartment that won't bo found hero ments for all kinds of draping and for win- all
at Its be9t and at modest price. dow shades and slip covers. .$
HAHNE & CO., Newark. HAHNE & CO., Newark. 9
AUOSO ATHLETIC CUUIHTTASS.
Indoor Season Abont to Close Ilrlght Pros
pects for Spring anil Snmmsr.
The basketball season at the Twenty-third
Street Branch will 60on come to a close. The
team has plared thirty-two games since Octo
ber and has carried off tho honors In almost
every game, beating some of the strongest
teams in this vicinity. The Indoor athletlo
games havo afforded good practice and the
branch will again be strongly represented on
the cinder path From the excellent baseball
material on hand a strong team should be de-,
v eloped. (
Phjslcal Director Wolzmlller of the New
West Hide branch has organized n "leaders'
corps "for his classes, and the work thus far
accomplished Is above expectations. The
athletic grounds of the branch are being put in
condition for ea'lj practice. There Is a track
of nine hips to the mile for running, hurdling
and bicycling, and a complete outllt for polo
vaulting, jumping, hammer throwing and shot
putting In addition, there la a tennis court,
baseball diamond, basketball field and hand
ball court The grounds will be lighted by
eleetrlcltj every Wednesday evening for prac
tice The athletic representatives of the Harlem
Branch havo been oolng very little work out
side of getting ready for the carnival and
gjmnastlc exhibition which takes place the
beginning of next month Director Smith Is
a strong believer in educational gymnastics
and sticks to class work. There aro several
nw members at tho branch this year who are
blossoming out as athletes, and It is likely that
thoy will encourage the other members to
place a team in the Held. The new athletic
grounds tills year will be in condition for any
thing in the line of athletics. A tennis tour
nament is being organized.
Everything points to a successful spring and
i summer season at the Washington Heights
branch A crack basketball team has been HbbbbI
supported all winter, and astho season Is now ifll
practically over the mem bers will stnrt In with PsbbbbbI
baseball Tho game ol hnsketbnli has put sxbbbbI
those that have plajed In good physical con- liHH
dltion, and as they will also make the baseball HbbTT
team the nine will undoubtedly be a strong i 'JKfl
one The track team will be as strong as ever. HI
Tho Young Mon's Institute of the Y. 31. C. A. : aSM
Is still playing basketball, and until that Is filHfl
over nothing in the linn of track athletics or ; ,tH
baseball will be done. Tho material on hand, I )H
however. Is plentiful, and with the early out- 'issbbbb!
door practice talked of tho branch will not 'KM
be lacking In tho athletic lino when the season Sbbbb!
Is here. The gymnasium men nro very much i IbbbH
taken up In apparatus work and are looking MM
forward with moro than usual interest to the I
annual gymnastic contest, which takes plao iJbbbbbI
next month. Boating and swimming will ba KsbbH
favorite pastimes this summer. j UMf
All Indications nf n Successful Horse Show itssBBBs!
nt Durlnnd's. J
Everything has been done to make the eighth jKM
annual spring horso show of Durland's Riding KM
Academy, to bo held on the evenings of March ' 9mi
21,22 and 23, onoof the most brilliant events j jH
over held In Greater Now York I'rlzos In sll t'nl
or will bo awarded. Twelve classes will ba ! 91
open to saddle horses, graded In sizes, Includ- ' Kfl
ing threo for women to ride and one 1
for high school horses. The women com- ', j-HJ
blnntloit elnss will be open to horses i i U
the bona fide proportj of women boarding j 9bb1
at the aeidemy. Ihe walk, trot and cantor! HAH
will be the onlv gaits required Ono class calls "'tasBBsa
for ponies 10 hands and not exceeding 14.2:, UbbbbbI
two classes for jumpers, one for green hunters. IfJH
and. with u high lumping competition, will be) 1IH
the closing events of ouch night. The high I 'UbbbbbI
jump will be limited to six foet. Harness rlallH
horses will recelvo opiiortunltlcs to display taH
their paces In ten classes nnd ono for light ibbbbbI
harness roadsters. sbbbbI
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li&Sl' "'be General pMfrSWi. HI
fSki SPRING OPENING lm I
rVf and $Wcfa)lTtfa!a lull
sMug EASTER SHOW lS ii
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. SPECIAL SELLING jM If
'vve.lv I n a''on "any ifeiirvSj u9im 1 I
ilJSLrf fresh, attraotiue fea- iV'iaJftl I I
ItJ tureo In K.eW'Xni f I
hj J Spring Millinery, i 1 1
IfA Tailor Costumes, "S )1
s8fxS5 alreadt formaUt opened. ixVi ArffriAffl H
IrtUO; 707 to 721 Broad SL, 8 Ctdar St., WiO ' 'M
farQl Newark. n. j. frrhl "V , i
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