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JHTC ' the siJSrrsoSftAY, MARCH to TOgrT .. r- ?
!' THEATRICAL AMUSEMENTS. .' ' ,, xorm.rr iikiii; jsh tiikhk is turn i H . ri.tv.i VAvnr.rii.i k H v ' ' j i f, The Production nl In lii) I'niro" nt the II 41 . ( iinlno AfliT lirhirlor further Preprti rt- j iO linn- some I'li'ii-ii ll.tiwil Oilier Are .j,; Fgl J In liuir I. list Ufi-k-llif IIIIN Completr. , j M A irllnilnar nocmint if "In (lay l'are." j '. J jm J was bImmi in I'iif Hits last Sunday Tho lay - j Ml j "in llien niiiinuiiLPil for irniictln il tho '!'!' $i I Casino ou Monilav night Hut Mine trial tmt it I jljS 1 formalin v In .New llnvni i.nl dein mstrntcd ll tat j (lnit Improvements could lio made In both Ilia ; in' j matter unci tli manner 'if the eiitcitaiiiinciit. ' ! j I.' jSj I Bo il week's de'av was decided on. ami the I j' ij j time h is I'Pi'ii Hi'i'til In nini'hilinu thr text, re- , jfM I "lanu'iiiu' h line r the scenes, ami drilling a . j ' jjj Mrehglheneil ci nit'iny It Is Midi tint rverv- ( lij j thing N n iw In teadlness. iiii! that tho tesul'. I j ill j Is fotesepii nllh ii much "f citalntv as cvci nil i j j Ik fi't in theitiic.ils befurehnnd The Iritli ( I ill hut Ipi'ii made Ii)' tnnn pih k. hut they ate f 1 1 jj j tim piert tn have iihiIIimi It 'I'liu original j ji jil J I'roiii-h material vvns clisi-iiM-reil liv .lusciih : l' (j I liikt In Paris ami h'.iiuht fur Importation -I! HP I 'n ' 'irfetui wro'i) the prosit nf the Anirrl- Jliil' ri 1 pn" pi"kIoii .1 Cheerer (i'Milvvin and Urant j i; ' i -ji i btiwart iIimiipiI thi Hoiius ( arl Mntwl de- jf n'R vicd tho ballets (le.irge W I.edeieraud Ken ' ?'''( tVW I Teal dliected tlir rehearsals It Is claused Iit ' I ' It' l "10 management as "a sicctncular inukMl i flit ' ilM faree." with tin- timber liil-lcnco Mint It it "of f I l 31 I roflncil fiualit. tlm fun liniimn hit unronrlnini. ' 5 'I U"1! a "" nev,'r Poarsp " V m mis thi iiiPtnliprs of J ' fs ' 5 the pas' nrp ilarrv"l)'ieiiiiit. Hahel illltnan, j j 'f!' j Clinrltis lllpksm. 1' l 'i vIim. MntcniPt Wnr- ( 'if '' ff ren. II I' Cottmi. H.imupl IMu-nnl. t'orklns J Hi 'ft J'ishpr. (' llnrry Klttri-iiK". MIIcp lillhert. Vln. 'Ii ! 1? 1 '''' ""llm"'- A""f' HosiniT ami M.inn (le-rce i ijM 'k 8 Hoim of thesp ar jiMtfinin I. union Stress ! ivr I B S '" '"'"' "" ''"" l"oinlsof hp.iuty in pi'stiimpi, '! ! IB PPPiiprv and ttotniMi t ill F k Xnvp'tv in upt'tii Is not fr"iiipnt Allh the i Bi I vu itopk poinpinx iit th XinnriPan The spIpp- K i nr I id il tlons arc mostly frmn Hip familMr w a ks Isut I ' I' '( ' h k to-morriiw nlulit !' ncliiclll s "I,i (lloponiln" I ' i ! will he rppriKliiPi-il In rnu'llKli '1 ho rpunlro- j iff 1 i5 menls of posliimus ami sppihtj of Vonlcp to I I 1'i I''H centuries aco are said fn lui( hppn salisdpil In I ; $,. j j ' f tj tlip mountliiL' Altprnatlnc pasts have heen I I Hi i hH pmvlilp.1 Mlsn iImTipvIIIp ami Miss Mllliinl I ' Si ' "9! "'" ,l0 tlm '"'"'""''" J,ss Mai'iilohol ninl Miss S 1 ' '"'a? Norwood the I 'mn. Mi Sheeliin and Mr In ) 'IB Orepnp tlio I.Wi, and Mr Slonar', Mr ( hase I 1 ! i I'SI '"' ''r t,'l'ne ""' '"'""''" 'I. I 'IBS That ppoplo with a K""d uride of thoatrtPil I ' f ! ' iipvl tti'tp lnodlfpmcred Hip I'lit-tate Miin.iv Mill I n ' Infci "'"',' 'y tin kind of nhivs prosentpd nt 3' tlrl "ln thaitrn hv tin1 st ink puiiipnnr "Ours" I I ! ! 3fcl will ho used this wppI; 'I ho I! I rfs.m coripiIt M w '""' ", "rsl "'Prl'iin I orfnrimwe at Wnl. I ' fl ' 'sft lack's fhlit) -thrpp jt'iirs au'o In Its oast were ) I.estpr Wnllank. liihn (iilhnrt. ''harles I'l'lier, IS llli Taunv Moraut. Mnilollne Itpiirliiiips and M.iry K J Ri I f wl Onntion Now. hpm's a chanpp for palmy-day I ''Si ' 31 persons to son wh it tho pouipdy was that thpy m I il ' ilia Tl"' ,na"Kf' at "'', ''l!ttl Acnuo will hotn I ' f i ' ("K "Frem I'rou." i lilo). play from thp l'renph of I li m m Mollliv and Hah y has heen used a Kie.it I I'1 '..Si ileal in this poimfry within the past thirty ' I " tWl ro.irc, mid has sred to pp!ot tho tnlontsof I f i' i Imm mnnvaetrcssps. It will hao Minnie Maddern 1 1 ' 3fli Fiskc tills Unions Its elopmu wife 1'redprle I ; '( bnm t', lle"m'"" w'" pna-t the hushand. .lohti H ' I fcal Cralir tho extra lover and Tvrnno I'oner tlio I '1 ( rala advisory friend of tho hruken-up fnmilv if' '-US William H fiano will 1p this week s Il.-.r-I i 1 i'? lent visltornt the (ipeia House. Tho til.iy will : i jl t M ' "The Head of the I'amllr. ' the one whleh I ' i' ' ' ill was '"'s "nnroveii annual production earllpr I ' '' !iS this spason nt tlie Knlckerhnnker. He haH used ( I I !? 'l s'r"'n w'"' favor in several of t'10 hie 'I' I ) f S eltlen. Tha Crane company still contains Percy 'Pi IiJs Hnswell. Walter II.ilo. Olive Oliver. liovd Tat- t '' U i ih, nam' ("'"lv' w ''"" v,)ohl Hasklns and B I i i 11 J'rederlck Truesdcll. It Is a well equipped and ' fl 'lie oondue'ed orirml-Mthm I '"''I' 'if Herhert Ivoleey ami I'.llle Shannon will bo ' il 1 Jillf E't!,lt'' avenue fir a week nt the lirand J ! 'if ' '"Sil Opera House. Thev will appear In "Tha Moth i 1 it P8 and tho l'lnme." of course. In that play they I ' I II f4 '1 made their first success as leader of their I I" 111 lil'l TO" 50mlirinv "ni1 It had n Ions term "at the I ' I V" il Lycouni. whore Its true pictures of fashionable I ; iy Ufa In New York. ' otli tearful and laui:liaole. P "3 nt ft' a recommended osneclally to people fnmlllar ii 1 r if (if w'"' "" oilcinal. Il should he us entertaln B p" St Hi 1(1 Inet tonudlPiieeH on the West Side Newscen- I- I RI I' erT nalt heen provl.lod for this t-exson. f l I ! liB J ',u" I!'J,U will ho closed tor tho next fort- I S I S.M f pleht. but rthe.ir-als will be carried on for L 'sLij SS t' fayiiuey l: scnteld s ntlaiit.itlnn from tho (ier- ? !S , If t man. "The l'urnln l..ulj. The cast lucludps wH f? ( byilney llooth. Illjou I'ciuandp. Maud Harrl- 11 fit! 9 on. Annie Clirke. r.tlenne itlmrdot. William jjfi Sfj a Ilernarl. Chailes Plunkeu, Fred li Cook and JWIb San Nelllo Ilutler. The plot eonco-ns the claim of flill' 1$ I n woman who sat as a model for a i.ictuieof IB ji M fi B "furplo l.idy." and thus helped to make the llS In KlI artist famous. ! ! Mm Tlie oljmpia and "The Man In the Moon" If it SB J are uelnn prepared for an oiteuini: next month. St 1J J9 si Thodate is not dullnltely llxed. l.ou so I'rair, 'lit ' fiaia 1-ondon eecentrlc actre-s nt note, arrived g ,i Sjffl yesterday, 'ami Gcoreo W I.rderer camp n iS Itl utM week nito with a lame parlv cifsou'iiettes and III ffiSfti ballot mrls. It Is s.inl that tho oxtrnvacaua i lit ti'ri! wl" ',u ',ikr ''""' KJV- Bin t'si'l lleatrloe Ilorford will entertain with her B III, CrtSfl orlclnal uioiiolouues at the I vcpKin on 1 rlday M. I it ? afternoon. Her depictions of tiph'al ivonicn H r 21 Iraffl are elevor In comnosltloii tinldelivcrv l b I I ' Ml? The Colii'iiluis will I rliitf out a metodramntle K ' f I i M? n,,,,' thine. nml douhtlc-s an excitlim one. In H ' I 13 tfU1 "London Life." It nimes from Paris by the BI I i Ii' EvS wns' "' I'Ondon, havlnu' heen written In Fnu H it 9 Slf; "ll 'rom a French oiiuln.il and used alone ill K M? time in itent llritain It follow . tho safo lines B -11 Ll MR ' rilavs In Its class as it p mtalns such Hire BJE t ffi I hI'Ii elements ns n faNely accu-ed hero, a Perse K ir 1' t8, cuted Klrl, a broken household mid u fateful BI iftStS' yiw tnurdei iiiysteiy. tfiEK S'-JF L The Star will linv on drama of tho klml which K Kill 33l fin Is ready anpreelation there if It deserves it. Bj t-ilj ISK i "The Ivlne of tho opium lllnc" is put forward 11 Is .flsii BS n '"user. Ilesidcs biioh convention illiles H 'II I? .hall I nsitn nhdiii -ted dauuhtcr ami a lonu-lost father. tin i II; " 'lers Chinese liU.liliinilrrs, demons of the llijij 'lai' opium habit and Mime odd crimes The more K Hi! Sail I Important or Its scenes are In the Cliinpse Bw ' Bt 13l i (juarter of San Frnuelsco. Bv i )( II l All afternoon perfoiinance for tho l.eton' Bf iB XlM l-uinl has been nrranccd bv I'l'vln P. Knowles BJ i .BI ISl (or "oxl I'liuisdai at the Fifth Avenue The i hBI Sal I ll" ineluiles pideetlons from "Nathan Halo" !' 11 I wltn Mr ooodwln. "(irifllth Daveniiort" with i 'B till Mr- Henie. "The Muaketeere" with Mr. M I j iJ'-y'11- "To" A'"t' and the Flame" with Mr. ! .1 Kelcey "Tlie Time UniKOons" with tho Me B 1 :Bt I'll J onnlck companv and "Frou Frou" with Mrs. BN ! -H' 'III Hske. The eritltPllcH are "Ills Last Ilneace Bs ' '"II' nieut with Mr. i'i me, ninlk by Col. Inuersoll. Bf ! IKIi isr n recitation bv Mr. Dodson and operatic se- t w 19 111' lections bv Mr. Placon. B 1 BP i ill Ttle calrs ' nianaBcment must be llcht at Bt j Kit (jiji those theaties which will require no new plava B Hmll ''III this season and where prosperity Is all but ns- B till! m eured to tho end. That Is tho case at the Oar- B ii fill flit rick' wlier0 "nB" ftDl1 MtM. CnrterwIU last B i Jil till summer comes. B ! fill 'il "Uecause She Loved Him Bo" at tho Madison B ! nil M Bqunro will cet to Its hundredth performance j Jk!! j;jj at the end of this mouth, hut will not stop at B -i itli 111 "m U will Instond remain till a transfer to B wll ill Chicane for a summer term B' 1 mil Hll A lteiun of Firnrs" is not likely to have a Bj Bll llli auceessor at tlm Victoria till lato in the sprliiH. H' III flit It Keems to be the kind of eutortnlnment that Be Bi- uil the aiidlencei, expect nml piijov. with Its sufll- Bbv Sh 4ii elent faiclual plot and Itsnbundant sone, danee Bl Ii IllM "'"' ""L'('r'' 'linloitucs H I II! Si! "Lord and Lady Alry ' Is at the Fmplro and BBi' 111 rill Wl" ro",,,m unt" May 0 It was Mr. Fruh- B 111 mix man's Intention to terminate It a month earlier. I ' 111 allll ''"' "' i,opular"' 'KH changed his mind. B f Rll St!!' Mnudo Adams .vas to have followed with "Tho B It'Ulf Viti ' l.ltthi Minister' for a few weeks befote "Ho- ll Kit "iSil men ninl Juliet " On ii"rount of the later date B I' Kit Mi'i "', 'or '"'r ie'"rn. hovvcvei.sho will appear si lltil onlv as the Sliakcsiieaie heiolue I Hill ' Mile. 1 111" Is sine to l'o beioml the present I I li month at the Manhattan, as souvenirs aro K I 3; Ii proiiii-d f.u Mnreh :n The e.xiu'etatlon ' . I afj'l f ems to be that it will be continued until the B il i at I'i elone ol tin-houce for the .summer. Tho man- I I 3j! nitunrnt avs that the farce "aiipeals espe B (; I 'Jil' clallv to women. Hovvevei B i II i?Si "'Jlie Oreat Ituby; or, tho Kiss of lllood" fi 81 ?M I ero'vil-thc st.me at Daly's with character. 11 I .'JSsIrl eeeneri and episode? of excitement such as u 1 3: : I Xndoupr demand nt tlie Dnny l.aue. hut 8 I a li I which arc o unusual In ISroadwav that they i I I Si Ijil tnako the nudleneps stale Hut the sensations H o I I ll I have roused business a well as wonder, and so nl B3l "lis tbeatio may bo counted umnnu those that P I U aro settled for tlm season B P i 3! II '"I In1 Kind's Musketeer" can stay a lone Bll irtll Vilillo at tho Knlckerboi'l er It it is permitted B I? I !!l '" That Is to say. Its headway Is uieat, but it B K I" -Si i I ,"'1 c III c with someother plnv with a con- F I 'Si I I tinct .Mr Sothcrn has nevi r hit upounchar- I iS "''''' lettet ll'tcil t him than tliat of ' t Ba. I ti I till" a-, am! tlie ll-imi't. n vmsmii of the BBl I Si h I rlr.inia throws tln(, me hi llhti rami lover into BV I I ii 2 1 sutaincii niomincuce Bft 1 f "The Musketeers, In tlm version of the I'll- Bl I ' I 'J I mas storv written b the eniincnt Mr (Irundv. BB I ' I Ii ,s continued at tho Itroadvvay 1'lils piece ad- Bfl I I l.-l! Perce in spirit and inannei to ImmnsHowu Bf. I 1 ijt (Iramatuaiion II eiieounteicl i inlsf irtune B II ji utt week iu the limits ..! Jum.'s O .eill, who I. nil BB tibvm BBkw BBBBojJL BpBBVBk Sroohlijn dvcrtincmrnw. rooblim gai'Cflig(mcutg. Sroohtiju giaycrttiBcmciiM. rooMua atitrtUemtittn. Abraham ahd Straus A Great Sale of Poulard and India Silks. I'rintoil Foulards nnd India Silks woio novor so popular as tlny ro this Housoii. o iinlicipntod thin grontduinnnd mid phtend very liiro orders bforo tlm honvy a Ivnnco iu prices. As a result we tiro oii jibled to oiTer you tlio largest, hiiuilsomost and most exclusive, assortments at much below pre vailing prices and in many in stances at loss than tho present cost of mauuftifture. "I'-lnch nil xllk inliileil India : 1 1 i 1 l'oiil.'U-Js, white lltrutcs on colnicil mounds, nl ti!iv. Ul-liu-h nil t-llk printeil Poiici'i- ninl I'ou Ititils lilticU tiMiiul with riilnri'il llutiii'S nml i-ulmi-il Krouiid with white ll"tncs, nt ;?" 21-llirh nil Hllk pilnti'il Foiiliinls, with natiti snipes, In ill iiilni'H, also .Lip.ini'sii l'nu birds, roloi'i'il Knuiniisvvith white llnilfex, nt 4J)c. IlL'-liich till bilk piinti-il linll.i I'otn-eii, in nil I'olnio, with whlw polka ilois find snipes, nl . . . "4-inch till sill; piltited Foiilniil-, spleinlld iiinlity, in two mid tlini toiii piintiiiKi lit ". Sl-itii'li till fllk tuinteil .Inpnticsc FoiiIiikIs. exli'.i line ipiiillty, nil enhus, ut (IHc. LM-lni'li nil hllk printeil I'oiihiiiK u jrt'Mt vni let V of hi vies nil' I cub us, t. 74e, IM-inch iill hIIU piintisl Fimhirils, with in-li sutm finish, i .cliisivc ih siim, tln l't liiiilitv, nt '.."(. Main tit or, Ni s llnd.linc. Women's and Aisses' $1.50 to $3.25 Straw Hats, at 95c. Coming, us it does, right at tho openiug of tho sotison, this ohaiico to buy tho fiip'st grades of women's and misses' Straw Hats at loss than the auttuil cost of making is with out a parallel. We'vo .ibout '2,000 of these Hats and they're made ol tho finest straws obtainable by the best hut manufacturers in America. They come in all the popular shapes, including toques, bonnets and dress shapes. Duplicates of these hats aro now being sold generally at 1..j0 to S.'J.'Jf) each. We oiler you vour pick of this lot for f.ia. Man. lift. Attractive Offerings in Millinery Flowers. The Vio'et, so Paris mlvtacil cnrlr In tho season, was to bo Hint of tho most popu lar Mowers for Spring. L:in,'i' order phi I e.uly enable lis to jrjvi' ,'"' best vnllles olTered niivwhere (lt p,,r bunch l'Je. tn !ti.H" Inipiiited Hose Spiuj with foliiine, llne.st Knicle, tiiiin l'.irls, in the most iiiitui.il elTeits extrit valili'S fnini 4."e. to t-M.To IlnpoitHil Hose Sptuvit, (lln iniiieh, Hpeeial tit . 4."e. We've the largest line of biunll (lower eflectM ever shown. The stylen morit tHipiiIar for ehlldten'fi hut tritnnilnif hid Heather, Apple Iilossoms, Cherry Hlns boitis, lluvv thorn and Wistctla; Hpeehil vnlues nt 12.ir. to l)e. Imported Lilne Sprays in vvhlti' and purple, nt. . :)e. Imported Poppy Spinya, l'J In bunch, with bud-, at :i.o. linpoited Hose Leaf hptnvs, with luiiN ut . 4)t', Muln, lrfi Women's Gloves, 64c. Pr. H.OOO pairs women's Glace Gloves, with large Fostor hooks, in black, white, tan, brown, slato, red. These gloves aro what are usually advertised as tho il.00 quality. At that price we would not consider them goo I value, but at the prieo we name they are undoubtedly tho best value oblamablo. Per pair, Olc. Main, lU'ht. oould sreak but hoarsoly on th opening nluht. I and later not it all. the role of " rlaj nut heme i taken temporarily bv S. Miller Kent with con siderable faplllly Miss Hates's aetini; as the point spy Is a feature of the production ' ( vranodo lieruerae" In (ierman will remain at the IrYinu l'laeo only two weeks loniter Its term Is restrict 1 liy the encasement of rionnenthal lor pril ll and tho Hiile-erlp'! ui , sale for that actor's brief visit Tins will bo his (list appearance hero in fourteen vears llo will begin with "N.itlian tho Wisp" "Tlie Last Chapter' will finish itse'fat tlm I Garden on Saturday nlcht. It kivos the on rioriunlty to ohserve the UBually farcical Mr. llroadhurst In a sedate mood of composition, This theatre's season, which .Mr rrohman says Ii..! turned In fHO.ooo protlt and has been dlstlnculshed by "Cyrano de llereerae" and "The Christian." will end wl'h tho current play The house may be opened, however, for n sprint; production Mr Man-Held and Mr. Wlllaul will he theienext Ainter "Americans at Home" ir ies Into a second week at tho Lyceum It is a comedy of the general tvpo that pleases tlie supporters of . this theatre The actresses an oxIiihltlneTno lest him tvvodo?on new Luster itowns. Another point In favor of this nlay Is tht it employs all I the favorites ot the company OnTuesdayan ' afternoon perfornianco or "Trelavvnyof the Wells" will le Klvcn with the entire original I oast A new pluy by Jerom" K Jerome will be Blven nt a series of matinees "Ily the had Sea Waves" will oxtend lis stay at the HeraW H'nure two weeks morn A con siderable change of specialties will bo mado to-morrow nlcht by Mr .Mathews. Mr Huluor and their companions In vaudeville faice. When tho time comes for a shift of play here, it will be a railleul one to Shakespeare, as In terpreted bv 11 l Mel.enn. Odette Tvlei and a company In "Itomeoand .lullet," "Inllus Ce. sar " "Othello' and "1 ho Meieliant of Venice ' " Itoiouneo of Athlone" h.is a leuuth eomo tolthllnnl week at tho 1'ourteenlh street It will serve (Tiaamey Oleott's purpose e'se- whe-e durlnir the ensnlnir vear The next plnv here will be .1 K Tlllo. sou's "Deport for ' Duty," a melodrama of our olvll war Its I scenes are In Miulnl i. nml they include u top resentntlon of tho'hivos wroiiL-ht by shot and I shell It wl! no doubt make u lilu'li and loud hid for iionularltv "Her Uoneinent" enters upon Its lust week to-moirow nlulit Its scenes of Xovy York In 'he si1ps, with Its story nT circumstantial evi dence, have Interested inativ iieople familiar with city Hie at that time After the New ork , run It will co on the road, with all lis lit sooner. stioiiL companv and the Astor Ilattery "At.tho White llor-e T.ivpiii' ie,iche Its flf- le'h perfsiniance at Wal'n k's to-morrow nieht Sliver souveniis will be presented The epellent east leinalns the same 1'ellv Mori Is Is still tolling hn manv miles of travel he drinks Ii one class of ehamp.iKno; Amelia lllncham Is itlvlni; the saije advice that "If you ' can't cet the man you love, you'd better love . the man Toucan cpf" Lpo IMPtrlehsteln Is makinir reckless remarks nbout lisping, and all the well-i'ravvn characters are unite the "nine i as at llrst "The Cuekno" will be produced bete by ( Imrles I'roluunn two weeks hence I Music hall onterprNe Is npiiarent In the of I ferities mado In tlie-o resort-. A lone llFt of no. el specialties Is tobp had nt Krister .'. Illal's, where are the 1,'app's. Henri I'leiieh. the I h auuionti-.Tooii and Thit, .Mason and Turbos, Ivellv and shby, the vvolos. the lllos. tho llenglers, the Montrose truupe, tho JNcanilllos I and Ma Clnelnnntl. I To-morrow will not brine much chance at j Weber. V I'lolds's. Joslo badloi troves to have Women's Stylish Garments For Easter Wear. Our collection of Women's ready to wear Costumes, Skirts, .IncketH nml Waists is by fur the largest and most attractive we have ever shown, and we doubt "if the exhibition eati be equalled anywhere. As an indication of the best and newest ideas in correct Spring fashions the display has an interest for every woman, and every woman should see it. We make a visit" to-morrow particularly attractive with an offering of excep tional values. Among them are: Soine erv hiiiulsoini' Bcparate Diena HltlrtH of TafTetn, Peiiti do Solo and llnisnels net, iiuiili' in the ttinlo panel mid lluuiico olToets nnd ehihonitoly trimmed with rtp,'innled net llotinceH mid fiuicv shirred ribbon. Those sklrlHOoine direct ftoni the leudmtr mo- ilMi's, of IZiiiope iunl they repteseiit thoveiytop notch of fiishlonable ilri'siinnkliii Ctinsldt'iliiK their I'lcpilici' they'rn er.v moderutely priced ut . . te4.7r Oneof tlio linndsoiiicst tailor lunde Suits ever shown. It is innde in Eton efTeot, of lino bliio or Id o'v n Venetian elolh, and eati be vvoin either open or closed. The tout is liiced with tin- best Pi'.iu de Solo ami the entire Stilt in lined thtoiiKliout with flue limey hill;. The hklrt is iniiilo In the new tunic effect and Is tlnl-hed with .several rovvn of stitching. Thin Suit mndo to older would cost at least 1..(0, nml It wouldn't bo better in nnv way. It vvus mndo for us !' a couccrii who employs the same custom tailors us the liltfh-iii iced ilrcssiiiakeiH, and the evidence of the aupotlor worknmtislilp Is to bo foiitnl in every Hoiiin nnd stitch. It Isn iiiiinilleeiit suit tlmt will meet till the requirements of the best dfcsseis. Our price Tor it is . $.'12.00 Tiilloi-iiiade Suits of Venetian cloth, In black, blue, castor nnd brown. Tlio Incket is inmle Itf Ily limit style with hipped beiiinsiind it. lined thioiitfhout with tulletn silk in id! the new shnilcH. The skirt is cut titllor-fasliiou and lluished with buttons of tlio material and Is lined with perenliiie, at U).oO Dress Skiitsof Taney Crepoti in new iloljrns, cut In tlie new circular shape with tlio lidiliK liuliit elTect tliioiiKh liips, Ilnished in back with eoidltiK and silk f:oK-. Top Coals of black Vcnetlim Cloth, in Ily front effect, finished with lap seams ami tailor st tehitiK nnd lined throughout with t.iiTetn silk, very special nt Sn.DH Jackets of Cot kscrew, Vi'iietlnn nnd Cheviot Scree, Ily front nnd double htensloil, notch collar elTect ; some faced vvitli line peuu de sole, nil lined throughout with hlnek ttill'elu silk .... !Sl.7o .Tuckets of line tan Coveitund lino black eontiii,' Serjfe, made in llv front elfeet, with notched velvet eolhirs and lined throughout vvitli lino satin rhudatiie and lino ttillVtii silk In newest colotitiKs .. HilH.ot) .secern! tlour. Women's $2.50 to $4.00 Laced and Buttoned Ox fords at $1.75. This is an olTerinp; of 1,250 pairs of women's hiijh cl.tss Oxfords, freHh Jroiu two of the foremost milkers of women's fine shoes in New York. It is in two purts. The first part concerns 5(48 pairs of Ihco-1 anil buttoned Oxfords, j , made of tlie best prado of selected black fluxed kidskin in tho most ! approved new Spring styles. I They've all light, flexible turned, . seweil Boles, and they're finished with patent leather or kidakin tips. There aro also sorao plain common sense toes. Altogether, they're aa handsome and dosirablo as tho i most fastidious taste could desire. I They woro mado for a prominent I concern for retailing at $2.50 and ! ?3 00 pair. They're mainly $:5.00 grades, but a trade contingency ; brings them to ua for selling at $1.75 Pair. The size schedule is as follows: Tl pairs of A A AA widths. In sbes :t to 7 (M pairs of 11 width, in sl?es "J1, to 7 17(i pairs of C width. In sizes '2 to 7 .'1'J.t pairs of I) width, iu sires 1 ', to 7 :tll pairs of E width. In sizes 1, t . 7. i The second part of this impor i tantshoe story relates to a line of l sample Oxfords. There aro 308 i pairs in tho lot, and they com i prise every new and approved style designed for Spring woar. 1 Thby represent the very top notch of shoo making, and in regular stock would command $2.50 to $1.00 a pair. Thoy aro in I A V width. 10 pairs, sire 4 A width. -'01 pairs, sires li1.. 4.fc4l, II width. U4 pairs, sires 4 A 4'.. And they also go at 81.75 pair. Hci'ouil rieor. New nnitJInu. been a wisely chosen recruit, and a few new jokes aro for Comedians Weber and Fields. Harry It. Smith and John Stromberc will soon have a new soni; for I'ay TempMon. and Peter Hailey sticks to "Dinah" and "Loves My Lou." Jl ist of this eveninc s specialists here will bo hlied onlt for the one ii'iformance. TI.o llntl'iu's rrster will he headed by ld wln Mill n Itovieand Sellna Tetter, who stick to "Captain Inipiidoin e. ' Others listed aro Ileno and Ilichntds. Williamson and Adams, the l'ranchettls. .lames llichniond (He ror, Jrot.el and I'.uce. llelle Hathaway's does, Oeitrude lliitleduu and Nelson and Jlllledce. A con -ort of specialties will be Biven thlt evenlnir. ' At the Dewev to-nleht there will be Innlnca for I.ottle (illson. James Thornton, Onrdner and l'.ly. Montitomerv nnd Stone and for Kay and Clark. Irwin's Jlinestle Ilurleuuer are to-morrow's visitors. "A Mreet I'air Is their burletta, and McAvov and May. the Todd ludees. Waterburis and Tenny. Ooora S. Iletts, the yulL'levs, Irwin and llemlncton nnd Ilusi.ell and l'lllvne are some of the specialists. I 1' V Dunn's. In West Twenty-third street, has a concert this oveninc from il specialists of last week, and for the rest of this week will be held bv a troupe of burlesnuers "The Garden Party" and "The .Model" are the hurlettas to he given this week at Jank's. and the llvinc pictures that here alternate with speclaltlKS will be shown in rearrane ment. The Orvilles, Paulo and Dlcka, Jler nnrd and Detty. Helmont and Weston and Kntherinc Claire are the speealUts. One noticeable feature of this week's "ontln uous show bills that may mark a chance of fashions Is that drimatle pieces am scarce. There Is no I ink of nltnutivenesi in tlie offor Iiiks, howevor, for th" laders are specialists known for ability. Tho chief performer at the Pleasure Pala"e will bo Teresa Vaushan, who will offer a specialty of vocallsm after the man ner o' that which sho contributed to "14(1'.!" several years ao Oymnastlcs from tho I.u kens. hall.ids from Lotta (Jladstone and sketches from Jones, Orant and Jones, Cook and Souora and from Carroll and Crawford will be Included In the rest Some of those to np lear in to-day s ten-hour programme, will he I'lora Irwin. M.irle Dressier. Smltli and Fuller. Jlaion's docs and Thomas and Harry JIarle Drcsslei will lie to the foro at Proc tor's and will use a budiret ot the eonile soncs nnd doliiRs that liavo kept Imr eonspleuoiis In 'iiusleul levievvs Another vocalist hero will be llonule Tnorn'on. who has prospered at tulkinu sointe since "Jy Sweetheart's the Man In the Moon biouicht her services Into de maud Sketches that are brighter than the nveraito are for Thomas and liarry and for Dnlan and I.enlnrr. an unusunllr musical lim ine falls to Smith and Fuller, and Hush. Far mer and Dore. lnrnum nnd Hevmonr. Sermnur and Duprce and Mardo are some of the others, with some marionettes which stand as the vve-Uv ollerliL' tu ule linre for little folks To d.iv s list will Include Jllnnle Palmer, llarton i Hill, Hiiiiu nnd Jerome, Cook nnd honora nnd I tic Atiirin. mercan tjuartet I Tli" osows are the onlv speclalleti at Keiths to hold over, and In contrast to these i 'Inv chaps will be the Damm", a Pair of huce I fellows, who. nevertheless, nio verv nimble acrobats Still another remarkable aeioha'lo . iiitrni: will bo done by the Merkel sl-ters, The I De l'oree-ts, jii't returned from employment 1 abroad, will have a new and difficult dnneo. nml aiiioni: the otheis will be Dixon, Powers and Dixon, Ililey and Ihifciies, E. llobiuaan. Women's Silk Waists. i All degrees of elogance aro rop- resented iu our sploudid showing j of women's Sill; Waists, yet the most moderate prices prevail for all these dainty and stylish gar ments. Two illustrations of tho exception.il values aro given iu tho following items: Good quality colored mid black tulTetii silk Shirt Waists, niaile with tin' entire front, hleevcs, back nnd collar routed, dress waist, sleeves, at. (jio.SlO Fancy sttlped taffeta Silk Waists, mndo shitt vvnlsl style, Mulshed down tlm front with steel buttons, corded collar of silk, ut $(i.0 Second tluur. Spring Styles in Women's Shirt Waists. Perenle Shirt Waists In pink and blue sit Ipo, bayadeie elTect, full trout, pleated buck, detachable collar 41)e. Women's Chnnibray Shirt Waists, in deli cate shades of pink mid blue, nlsoox blood nnd hollo, tniide with four two-inch tucks across front, single pointed yoke with pleated back, detachable collar of snnm material 7e.' White l'iniie Shirt Waists, mndo witli bias tucked front, pleuted back, the Stanley make l)"e. We also show a verv handsome line of hlRh class Shirt Waists of tlie " FKk, Clink X FliifW' nnd "Star" makes, the sale of which is confined to us for Hrool. lyn, at ttU.To, $:$.:$5, )s:j.l)8 nnd 4.:J5 Second tloor. Women'sColoredPetticoats 00 Taffeta Silk Skirts, prettv shades, um brella tullle tilmmed with four small nifties, would be counted good value at $U. no; our price $o.!S Chnneable TalTeta Silk rettlcoats. made vvitli umbrella corded rullle, regular $o.00 value, at . .Vi.DM 120 impoited mereerl.ed Sateen Skirts, made with full umbrella tullle trimmed with tlireo small nillles, worth $11.00, at 1.08 Spenrnl floor. IlurroiiBhsand Hall, the I.avenburjts, the Wes tons. James W lieaitan and (leorce Kvans. Motion pictures In attractive form still consti tute an limine here n Wednesday or this week Antonio Pastor I will have been a theatre mnnnctr tn this city 1 for thirty-four years, and the event will be noted bv especial hriskne's in blsown and Ills , companions' specialties I'h'i Pastoi's roster will include Morf in and Hovelle. Johnson. ' Davenport and I.orello. the I!nekett, lenvlek , and I ester. Title V Fay. Kenonud Welch, tlie llenos, the lteeds and others Two weeks I from to-nlcht Jlanaiter II S. Sanderson will have his annual "nenellt" performance This ts to bo the concluding week of the Passion Plav motion pictures at the I'den Mii8C. llesldes two showlm.' of them dally, irltn deserlptlvo lecture and annroiirtate musl- 1 cal accompaniment, there will tie hourly views of humorous and historical icenes Tho wax I works show nnd hand music, uro other Items i here I ISeulnnlne with to-nlcht the Academy of Jlnslc will be turned over to vaudevlllo folk on i Mmdavs This evenlnr's concert will enu.iire I Pauline Ilnll. Press I'ldrlilce. Hilly Lester. J. K Lmmet. the Dootblaek Uulntet, lllncs nnd ltemiiiKton. Jlike llernard and the Donovain nmonc others. Specialists will hold the Star, too, to-nlcht. IS1EIISCIIOI.ASTIC SI'OHT. Proposed Intercity Championship Meet AttrnctlnK Attention. Several important matters pertnlnlne to schoolboy athletics were settled at the meet Incof tlie New York Interscholastic A. A last Tuesday. (Inn of tho most popular features was tlie appointment of a committee to arrange for a championship track meet between tho leprcsenlatl.-e athletes of the local association and thelxm,-; Island Interscholastlc athletic, Leauue. The last time the two associations met was in lHTCi. The date tor tho local and the Long Islnnd championships conflict, .May 1!0 hnvnic heen selected by the two associa tions As thel national Interscholastlc cham pionships will probably not be held until the first week in June, tlie local schoolboys favor the Intervenlnc week, or May '.'7, for the, Inter city ehnmplonshlp The entry list for tho first annual cross country run. to In held under the ausidcs of Cutler School at Mori Is Park nextlSaturday. Is n large one. F.vnry school of prominence has entered a team, nnd the battle for tlie hand some prlres at stake will ho a roval one. Under tlie careful training of Krnlo Itjort berg tho nthletes of Ilerkoloy School aro fast rounding into form, and from the showing marto at their own games, held Saturday, March 11. It Is a foregone conclusion that they will prove a hard combination to beat at tho annual spring championship Thov scored a lotnl of .'Ii! points. It will tnke n good per former to beat Whlto iuthnS'JO nnd 440 vnrd runs, while the half mile and mile runs look easy for Perrv In the hurdles Forney will ! flndn vvorthv nrtonent In Pellof l utlerSehool. ' flio shot, hammer, broad and high jumps aro other events In which lleikeley hopes to score. With Wanen outof liiterseholastienthletlcs Lo ltoy See Is expected to w In the bicycle ev ents for Berkeley, The baseball team in taking dally An Easter Hint for Men. Prince Albert Coats and Vests to Order, at $25.00. A fortunate purchase of Spring woollons has brought us among other good things ten handsome foreign and American Fabrics, in cluding Oxford mixtures and blnok cheviots, in tho new horringbouo effects, vicunas and unfinished worsteds, any of which wo'll make up for you into a PltlNCE ALUKUT COAT AND VEST, lined throughout with pure dyo silk inervellioux for Twenty-Five Dollars. Tho garments will bo faultlosa in fit, finish and appearance, and equal in evory way to those for which the exclusive tailor would charge you $10.00. Soronu floor. New Hull. line Men's Socks. Men's fast black lisle thicad socks, with white split sote.s, double heels, rier pair ... lilc. Men's fust black cotton socks, hlrh spliced heel nml extra heavy solo, per pair ltle. Miln tlour, right. Men's Night Shirts. Men's nlgjit shirts, made nf ;rood muslin, cut lull nnd loii', Mulshed with felled seams, fast color triuiniliij; down ft out ninl .iiouud collars and pockets and point button-,, each . . . JMJc. A Furniture Offering That Merits Attention. Parlor Suit 7 pieces, all upholstered in satin (laniuslv, spr.nK sent and back, hand somely funded, made to tell for $70.00. our price $48.00 Niilfhmiril -Golden oak finish, highly pol ished, height 7(1 inches, base L'.'ltJs Inches, Trench bevel mirror, shaped top, 1 dinwer, lined, cast btnss trininilntfs, made to sell torjo.oo, our price yio.OO Dininil Tulitr in oak, extending ft., made to sell lor ilU.OO, our price $7.7o OitA' Dininy (Vuiirn Cnno seat, IiIrIi back, made to -ell for il.'jr, 8i)e. Onk liming Clmirn, bo frame, cane seat, polished, made to sell for $i!.00, our ptice ... JSl.oO limns lleil, how fool, extra heavy, 1 J inch post, 4 nnd ', inch IIIIhk with heavy T ball mounts tliiotinhout, height HI' Inches, lootboaid 4." inches, wariiilited tlie best lmKlish lnequer, Hli sle.i, made to sell tot $ 10.00. our prieo $'J(t.OO ChUToimr in oak with lievel mlrnu, ." law1 draweis. mado to sell for $7.00, our price . V4.0S On.- ISiircau vvitli Kreneh plate mirror, base has 'J small and 2 law drawers, trimmed vvitli cast brass handles, made lo&oU for $12.00, our price . .. .88.75 Bedding. We have secured 1,000 lbs. of Hlnek Draw ings which we mado up Into Mattresses iu A. C. A. tickings, 40 lbs. welcht, 1 oi 2 parts, snmo us we sell reRiilarlv nt L'4.00. at .. . IJKJ.oO Cotton Mattress, made up in A. C. A. tick. fulli.e ,.4.0 . We matiufnctuie nil our fibre, cotton and i hair Mattresses on the promises. floods packed and delivered flee of rhartfo to It illrotid Stations within a radius of loo miles. fourth floor. Two Carpet Bargains. Come hero to-morrow and you chooso from a line of handsome put terns in Wiltou and Velvet Carpets at a saving of from 30c. to 50c. a 1 yard. The offering consists of ! $1.75 Wilton Carpets, nt. 91.25 yil 91.00 Velvet Curpets, nt 70e. yd No carpet w.inter can afford to ignore it. Third floor. practice at the old gymnasium of Columbia College, Forty-ninth street and JIndison ave nue, and will be exceptionally strong Phvsicnl Director Seixns of Trinity School Is putting tlie baseball candidates tin ouch a strict course of training in the gvmnnslum, nnd ex pects to havo them In lit condition for outdoor work In a short time Klrkby Is showing Im piovcineut In pitching, and he will alternate with is W. Met lave in tlie box The latter will al-o go behind the bat ith one or two excep tions the niie will lie practically tlie same that won the interseholnstlc championship last vear. That tho school has come to the front in track athletics was demonstrated at the games of Herkeley School Tiinltv captured the trophy cup In these games Itogors also broke the shot-put recoirt by one foot, and Helxas Is confident t tint lingers can do two feet better outdoois Mi I bank will prove a hard nut to crack In the sprints, while Klrkby should show up well In the dlstnncq runs Columbia Cir.imuinr riclmot expects to be strongly represented on both the cinder path and diamond this vear D.ilshetmer. the junior sprinter, has established a record for himself and will enter for both the senior and junior championships. The school lias ontered a baseball team In tlm series and will be strongly represented. T Cadetins has tieen elected captain and has the candidates hard at work Iu the gymnasium ovory afternoon. Outdoor work wi'l be done at Columbia Oval. '1 he Wilson-Vail School will once more be represented on track and diamond. At Cutlor School the bicvelo sunad Is now under the di rection of Capt. Ounther, who expents to turn out a crack lot of riders Iluck will look after the baseball candidates and hopes to have a strong nine Iu the Held The athletic team Is training under the direction of (leorge Sal mon The golf team is In trie pink of condi tion forlhetouinnment.to begin as soon astlio weather will allow Tlie .NcwJcisey Inteiscliolastle A. A,, which is eompo-cd or the Newark eademy and High School, Moulclnlr Mditiirv Academy and High School, I'ast (itaiige lllgli School, Stevens Prennrntoiv School of Holoken, lingry School of F.llzabctli, and the Princet iu Preparatory (school, has arranged tlie following schedule of baseball games Newirl. Ai nib mv April ir.. Mentclalr M. A., at Ni-wsrLi '-(, Stevens p s.. at N"wsrl.s 3u. Newark II. 8 . at Vwmk VUi a. Prim i tun 1 I,., at Ncvark' la, l'iniin, nt F.hiibotli. 20, Mnntilulr 11. s at Niwark !i IUtOr'nrell s at Fji.t Orangn. Newark II ua Hiu.nl M'rtl 1 ., Hfirna, at Vrw nrk. .".' Mmiiiln i, at Newark, in, Newark, at N. w ark .Ma, n, I'jist O.-hiilp at VjxH Orinu-e. in. Munt i lair, at Ncwnrk an I'rin etuti at Princeton, 27 I'nun, at N w.irk. ' l'.t UMiiKe Ibiili Si'li.inl-Aniil in. Mnuti-lalr. at M niti Imr -.' I'.nurv, at Kliahetli. 2li, HI.'V.iiik. at llnliokin. Miyil Ncvr.irk. at btiln I.I. Prill, n tnii. at Kit Orange So, Mentclilr, at at Oianga. 37. Ni'wiuk at Ki.t Oranup. "M..iiiililr lliiih Srliniil-sprll in, Kat rir.mge. at Moutrlilr, .".', l'rln.- t m, at M"iucliir (. I'lngry. at hll;l.. Hi. Maj 4, Stoon. at H N,kn,. l.l, N.VaVk at Newark. 2U. Niwark, at Newark. 27. M mt. lair at .Mentcl.nr Munlelalr Mllitarv A . leiu'-Aprll in, Newark, at Newark. 22, N. wark, nt Newark. 11a) tl, pinitri , at Klrolielli. I i, Steven ..ai Muiti'lalr JO. Kaat Oraiice at l.at (imnto 27 Mont, lulr, at M-mtiiali; Juno 1 l'lllieetmi at 1'iilie. ton I burn Si heel pnl in, I'rineitnn.at Pineetnn-i"-'..1'-t,,"".i.''at.l'"'al,',,' -'" Montelitr. at Hia lieili Vtai ii. VI. mt Uir. al liiu'i. i i, I.,, m wark. at II iiIhiIi 2D. Stevens, at Fli'iitii'th Jo, Newark at Niwiirk stiver 1'iepiritor s, luxil April II. Ni wark. at m'."1!1' -'. S " rk.Jt S.wiiii,. .'! Kin iiranei- at llnbeken. Mar 4 M ml. I ill at lluluik.'ii, 1.1, Mont. Uu, at 31 nit lair, 27, 1'rimeton, at l'rlin otoiu 20 IMigrv atlll7alth ' l'rini'Pt'in 1'r.piratnrv S-I1n.1l nrtl 1"., Pmery at IT ncetim May !l Newark, at NVwaik la, Rait Orange, al Knt Orauge, 2o, Niwnrk, at Pilneelon: -'.. I'ruuvton, at I'muctoiij Juue 8, Moulclalr. at Jriuceton. glroohltjH Q&vtttltmntt. griMijrtmUffcmtnt9. HBafferroaB BROADWAY, GRAHAM AND FLUSHING AVENUES, BROOKLYN. PREPARE FOR EASTER. DRESS GOODS SECTION. Xew Gooils, Latest Style. Those rallies uro I'nusunl. $12.00 quality, GO-lnch imported Peliblo Granite Jlohalr, In spriiiRcolorlnKS, Ineluil Inirtlie new sliades of gray and ttms; only $!..' per yard. Sl.no (itialltv, r,0-lricli All Wool XmvZeh ellna Plaids, for separate skirts; hero ut 1.1." per yard. (ll)e. quality, lo-tneh Fine All Wool Storm Serjro, stcinti sliruiik nnd sponged, cornea tu all new nnd up-to-date sliades. Should the (roods spot or pull In the seams, wo will replace vvitli it new dress; sale price, only 4i)c. per yard. 100 pleees New Oninlto SultillKS, in nil tlie desirable similes lor spiItiK wear, 4l)e., UOc, Hie. ier yard. Anotlier lot, nbout '.'(to pieces of !1 to 12 Inch Domestic ninl Inipoiteil Dress (loods, hi light and dark colors every ynrd wottli 4.V. to .".: on -ale al U.e. p.-rynril. (Seo bargain tables,) lis ptecesor Silk Mixed Sultliip;. tlioGOo. and "no. kind; hole at :lle. per yard. BLACK BRILLIANTINES. Best Make Silk Finish KtiKllsh Molinlr Brillinntlnes, Alntehless Vnlties. nt l!!e., :jc., 4.-.C., .".Oo., e., tIDe., 7e., 8!)e., St. 00 and $1,115 per yard. See counter UKplay. Ulack Cheviot Serpes, for tailor-made gowns, from ."i(Jc. to l?l.-." per yard. SILKS. SILKS. Kxtra Sp 'oiul Values in Hlnek Satin Duchesse, wear wni muted, 'Jli-lnch. .e., 1.00, .tH.'-'."., $!.:, .-St.oO, VI. 7i and Kli.OO per yard. Kli.VCK TAFKKTA SILIiS-Two spe elnls, 1'2-ineli, (H)o., value niio.; 'JH-luoh, "Ue., vuliie Slle Printed Wash Silks, only 4i)e. per yard. L'H-ltieh Stripo ash Silks, only 4'.)c. per yard. BLACK SILK SERGE. Two Specials for Shirt Waists, 1 1-Inoh, Double Warp Sill; Serje, the soc. quality ; heie at ."Oe. per ynrd. 2 l-ltii'li Kielr Qtiatitv Double Warp Silk Serge, value at !.:; hero at 91.00 per yniit. 100 pleees Imiiorted .Innanette Silks, In full line ot dainty shades, l.le. per yard. TABLE DAMASK. 58-lneh Cream Color Linen Table Da mask In six now choice designs, standard value Hoc; salo prieo while thoy lust -De. per yard. 72-lneh Full Rlenehed Satin Finish Table Dnmnsk, new fresli goods, a regular tloc. quality, on Monday ."Oe. per yard. Extra Heavy Cream Color Satin Finish Damask, (Hi inches wide, new border elTect designs, 50c. per yard ; valuo 0!e. TOWELS! TOWELS! 200 dozen Half Blenched Turkish Bath Towels, 4'J Inches long, standard vnluo fl.LT; sale price whlto they last 7t)c. pet dozen. 150 dozen Hemmed Linen Huek Towels. 22 inehes wide, 4o Inehes long, standard value llio.; extra speoinl for Monday, 2 for 25c. KID GLOVE DEPT. Ladles' .'W'lusp teal Kid (lloves 1 1 i ., ., with fancy oo oie.1 stit iiiitg, In i.r . t, i, tnode, white and tan, SI. 98 a Pair. Ladles' 2-chisp icul Kid, with fnnjr bended stitclilng and sninil tioui'ed i itf the latest novelty in ea-li't nnd w tut-, SI. 98 a Pair, Ladles' ti-penrl cl:isi il'i.wie w "j novelty stltcliing In mode, gre 'ii u r liliies, brown, French grnv tod, w lilt.i, tunjuoise, lavender nnd oi iu.ro, SK69 a Pair. Lndlcs' H-olnsp (very lino qualityi, wtttj fancy combination stid lung m i astor, green, blue, tun, ted, bhu k an 1 white, SI. 49 a Pair. Ladles' 2-iiisp very line qu.il m th new sliades nf Ian mole gr.iv, .itovvii, green, blue o.ik, white an bhp k, S9Sc. a Pair. Clillilieii - Kill (llnvcs, iu 2-i l.isp tan iunl rid, 79c. and 98c. a Pair. FABRIC GLOVES. Laihes'n-butlon I" iVt'i or L-e Thread Ciloves, in I, in, mode, gray, l.,n-k ninl white. 'J5c. ,i pair Ladies' l-biiluui Silk TnlTi 1 1 (iloves, m tnn, beaver, gi.iy, black and vvime, Jl'.lc. ,k pair. Kayser PutonlTip Silk (ilov in a 1 tho nevvt st sliades, olli'., 75c, DSe., tS1.25 a pair. LADIES' SPRING SUITS. Special Inducements for Money savers in new nii'l sivli-li hpiiug Mitt- All I'i it s new nnd stvlish. livery .mih icith a niatei nil and vvoi kiiiatisliin. Ladies' lilack I'hov ol Serge Suds tl y front jackets, lined vvtb . ntnt I s-d, . i -t skirts niadevvllh Imtloii bii' 1. ,'tii Ini' I vv tlj peronlino, 7.0S: value rlo "ti Ladies' Ltlru I'iiio Cheviot ?v n;p mun, 11 V front jacket- skit ts i it I In in vv. st s, ipe, both jacket unit skilt Illn'il .Villi t.illclu shk, .fU2.()S; value ft I sou. Ladles Verv Fine Spring Suit-., s't .1 f feient stvlc- and all o1 it" iw co i adapted ior preeii, wear. i.i"lm b in I someiy lined with silk, SKI. OS; v.uua "SILK WAISTS AND SKIRTS, Every Day AIfc .Vcir Ju'ittuia to lis JJcpsirtiiiciit. The Lute Arrivals itm Jlnrvvlt of Jii'iiuty. I'idics' Fine Tnll'cta Silk Waists, lieiiulU fullv tucked acioss iholront, yoke back, lof $;t.08; value fo.2.-.. Ladies' TalTeta Silk Waists witli fancy flouts In all tlie latest nhades, fancy yoki back, fot .74.1S; value ti "0. Ladies' Brocaded Satin Dress Skitts, olo glint pattern, lined throughout with bests pnrcallne, velvet binding, $5.08; valuu js.no. Ladles' fancy serge nnd plain Cheviot) Skirts, lined with best quality pereallne, velvet binding, tho now Bliapes, for y'-.08j value $4.7.". Misses' and Children's Confirmation Dresses for Easter wear. Best assortment nnd the lowest prices In the city. Misses' and Ciilldrcu'sCieani White Cash mere Dres-.es, trimmed with lace nnd nix lion, goods of tlie newest design, for 0 to 1 A years, VS.Uii, :j.8, $4.08. Brooklyn Furniture Company. The closest attention to detail is observed in the making of ail our parlor work, the proper construction from the foundation to the last finishing touches are all thought out with the utmost care, and when completed we can safely guarantee you a suit or any piece of upholstered work that for symmetry, beauty and wearing ability are the best that skill and long experience can produce, and , our prices are the lowest. I ii whs iri CltfiO C J'1'1 ,s, ono ' "' fneit pU,uy t uee.piece ouits that we havi'DVer lirodueed. Tho outdoes not do It justice rue frames are innlioam. inlaid with near! and marriuetry, ami the best Im ported silk covering is used. Kaeh pleco la ft marvel of beauty; Sluu.oo could not buy a better set. I yl ty,-,.,? ,7? , i , M, r ti rk I It '! SI K Ofl This set at till' )-!' t , I O.VICP eepti iinillj 1 i i li fniuiesnre mtihou.ini'ed. high . i . I I inlaid vvitli iiinr.iin ti I' i . v i ,u a grade ailk Djin.ink or all MU J isii CASH OR CREDIT. BROOKLYN FURNITURE COMPANY, FURNITURE, CARPETS AND HOUSEFURNISHINCS, 559 to 571 Pulton St., Brooklyn, N. Y.