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I if 10 THE Stiff, SATURDAY, APRTL 1, 1890. . .
ml The Day of Little Things Wk CASTER flowers, Easter decorations, Easter symbols everywhere through dill e stre anc Easter sunshine, we hope, for this last day of Easter iff II : preparation. lp This will naturally be a day of little things, like gloves and shoes lljill and neckwear. Yet, if the hat or the gown is not yet prepared, there ;ffjll is still time. 1if Huge preparations on our part have resulted in immense favor at your If hands. And this is but the beginning. The mercantile importance of Easter II lies only in the fact that it fixes the opening of a season. With the passing of l!$ Easter our usefulness to you is only begun. ft- , E.a day ?ext7eek; A Tale of Two Shoe Stores II I beginning on Monday, at m .,,. . . 'is 'ID . . . . tt'M The regular Shoe Store, first floor, presents its attractions m matters of l J 3 P. M., a mUSlCaie Will newness and stylishness and goodness. The provisional Shoe Store, on the '83 'IP be given in the imprO- fifth floor, presents the attraction of goodness and stylishness at an average ! m f vised Music Room on the of hal"price- choose for yourself '-here is news of both fof fifth floor. Offerings in the The Fifth Floor III The following distin- Shoe Store Shoe Sale II euished artists will assist: Womcnji Oxford Shoes at $2 600 Pairs Women's $5 Shoes for Ir'jlf. gisuwv " 0 gne jjdjkin wj(j, turned soles and patent J2 a Dfllr M f HanS KrOUOld, 'CellO. kid J. w shP" in " From our own stock. Si.es not complete I i August Framhe, Piano. Womren.s Kld Bools at $3 ?&&?Z$& 5&2S5 llffi Is ' MiSS R0S8i GiSCh, Violin. Of black kidskinj turned soles; soft, easy n in. modJ ttjla. Mflk' JW; M, Mnn JXarnnnt Cn shoes for Spring wear ; new, correct shapes. 58U FairS Women's $2 tO $5 Ox- I Miss Ida Mae Picrpont, So- M,BBe8. nnd Chdren.s Tnn Shoe8 fords at $1.50 a pair jjlj f i pTanO. All sires in spring heels, from the baby's first About a dozen sorts; best possible shoes but -ffiifi . 1 .,, 1 1 . shoe to i No. 6, women's size; $1.40 to not complete in sires. The highest priced I'll J? J Admittance bV tlCKet, $2.50 for sizes ll to 2; other sizes priced are the narrowest widths. I J which can be had free on MeiS Leather Shoes, S3.90 92 ? tu at I I I application at the Inquiry xi - - w, we, and stock; ll'l Office, main floor, Fourth thmka,. fesS;;nir jfftl.l a n j tv, ctroof Men's Patent Leather Shoes, $5 to 6, $1.50 5 misses- sizes 11 to 2, till I Avenue and Tenth Street. We nothi in materill ' $1.25; :!,. dxa8io 10, $1. ; 'M Pw ' . that used In these buttoned, laced and Con- BOVS $3 ShOeS at $1.25 i MS tiff A Rlt nf Imnnrtnnt Flfty Sepa" pss style,; narrow and wide toes; the Best : grades of welted laced shoes; sizes 2 to ll IK l Dll OT imponani rate dress best line we have ever shown. S; tan and black. ' 'm News In skirts in the j; I J! Separate Skirts very newest An Easter mnt It's a clothing The A grcat lot o Pmril patterns of woollen plaids. Elegant nr upn hint, so you 11 ,.,. " gant taffeta waists 15 'mm in shape and fit, excellently made ,or"cn not be surprised " waists black and the new irli ll and o a real retail value of $12, i that its of "Prince Albert" co.ats pprmg colorings is awaiting your I ''Iff we are any iudSes o such thin2s and vests- 0ne of our clotninB inspection. Many new styles in I -1 ;, Percaline lined. specialties, as you know, and a plaiting and cording are shown in III I Choose at $6 Each. stronB one- M hl' collection-styles which, we 111' I ,. J New ones again, as WSS ?eel v,?7 sure, you'll like. Those ill SB Tallor-Made a tale of every day. in,8SAS?krAfi5f,bSlilaB.l doubi..br.t.i m sld colors and effective stripes III 31 Suits Serees Home- iT,t&? Kiwi .uk far . ... un.d; are ;$S to $7.50. The black ones II) I spuns. Tweeds, Venetian Cloths and LiflSStiSSX&no.uM. JL,183 J4"25' UP t0 -50. 1,1 Jl I tT j i it. ii a i .. Becond floor. Fourth aieuut. Second floor, Fourth arniue. II Broadcloths, in all the colorings you !jH! can think of , and in others that you Men's Noveltv Th!s k a French Men's and Good hosI" j(i' would never think of unless you had Handkercn,efs Wca.-handker- Women's Hosiery -Always HI . studied the matter from this Spring's "onaKcrcnieis chiefs of dab. y worthy, de- jjji j,j viewpoint. orate weaving in strong colors. Beau- pendable goods in this store, how- l 4 The new " pastel " shades among tiful designs, and very attractive ever little the price. A host of reg- I A I these last. Almost all the styles are handkerchiefs every way. Parisians u'ar patrons indorse this claim. Each m ; I j rigidly confined to this store. are buying them eagerly at 3 francs new patron makes a new indorser. Hill I ' In all-silk-lined suits, prices are each. As the importer got these me inexpensive sorts below. Bet- H If from $15 to $100. here a little later than he expected, ter goods, though, than you get i I j F . . be- the price t0 New Yorkers is usually at these prices : if I Girls' Dresses tween 4 and 25c. Each. "-j, p'f-wdium wriBht. tut buck cotton- ! j: and Wraps 18 we have So once more New York beats Paris Sr1"- K3 ' iV J . . i i i? a '' -0c 'or then ana consider thM. If prepared a new store on the second on her own goods. 8pipforr,oc-rtbi.ckcott I M I I floor. and filled it with everything Broadway. ?."'? uKbuiShM llLt W'V ""'' "p H If that America and Europe can supply Menis About 600 pairs ff- f0r their needs in apparel. It's c .j!!f " perhaps enough tVin ' V"""' U"y a"l" I I ' Slly taL assortment, even SwifndeiS, Por hPal a dayBs 'SgSiW.-'ASS III here, where it takes something more 25c selling - will be r0Rt.gnr. i' than the ordinary to occasion any offered this morning at 25c. a pair """'bfkeotton rfeui.rmi.i,." f.1 comment. much less than their value. Plain $ ftSiJiiS SSHiST i A showing in tailor-made suits and fancy colorings, leather ends, 8SKSrlhcsSTdcn:i,Ml cn,or,nUb''k. i that is based upon the same standard glove-button cast-offs. ilijffle&'libv"""-"' f that has made our lines for adults Men.s Easter neckwear. The SSSr'r- ?! so famously popular.-that is, ex- Np"Sflr new shapes and color- $S ! elusive styles in best materials only. Neckwear ings from abr0ad, and 3SaSHtp f in best procurable workmanship, at the very latest effects from the mak- VSZXSi'Sg qul""M ttat woulJ "' , fair and reasonable prices. Three- ers at home. 25c. to $3.50, with MPnc This umbrella III piece dresses, too, in a host of Spring large assortments at between-prices. ' "J" stock is made UB A fancies and a bewildering lot of waist Of particular interest is the half-dollar .,"? ,.ens of worthy, desir- v dresses in organdies and Summer lne. It comprises a fresh importa- umoreilas abe kinds j I'S fabrics. Reefers, jackets and capes, tion of English twills in navy blue Many sorts, of course. These two HI too, in short, completion. and black with white and colored only as specimen values from the i f You'll find the price satisfactory, figures. They're mostly in the pop- large assortment : ) j no matter what you pay. ular " batwing " and graduated four- foh women I I eond floor. Dro.dw.y. in-hand shapes. Numerous other inwMvSinSai&ffii'Jr.SSa im 1 : Bagster's We K havef fn'hisf clas?1 " " SBSi 5 diu number of Bagster's ,n tnis bUC- class- for men & DlDleS r . , , u t;,. Men'iFurnUhlngStoro, Ninth itrtet. At ?;f'!?r2s l"-n- Of inlnnttrfU(llkand linen fi UOmprehenSlVe mlied): .tronir durable and .lutitly iiuillty- l Teacher's Bibles that we are selling bovs You cannot fail iJra.i5f.i,wo'idh2l.SS to mhtct,t w,th ": V at less than half the regular price for c,iftr ifc t0 find it ex- DJ ( such Bibles. In fact, only three oanor OU,lS acUy what you FnM,r,n This is their last day Sj years ago they sold at nearly five wish for the boys in this large, care- r lowering and there fae 1 times present prices. Now 70c. fully selected showing. There are HlantS some livejy sejijng 'Pr fi.iimo if thrr hindinir (French morocco), opena many kinds of Sailor Suits here for Lilies, azaleas, eenestas ro;p! liiinc t rlt anywhere, and bend, and rolls without in- ., ' r . . 10 j --, oiaiuu, gvaiuma, juscs, lllies- Bfi'i i, jury either m the bck or .ewinaj divmtty cir. all ages trom 4 to l years, and of-the-val ev and a half-dozen othpr I 5 !r cllit'.cnnd vaper.i'1earmlnl0Ulyi(i. ble,MbyR . .. , . j ., . . , . , I . . . """v- "" ". "" Oiner Li ' in. nd ntiiiriiea thick, it ronuin., beiid. th ' prices are the kind that induce quick kinds, all "a-prowintr and a.hlnu Jl J ' Old and New Te.tanienta. theno newlr retlxil . t- r . 1. , ,,' ' " blu"'"S """ a-OlOW- Ji i s ' heiu. toUibienudy: indoied Hihie Atia., con- and satisfactory choosing. inc. Br 1 3fi i oornance; Fpltninn of Hcrml Ennks on non- ....,. .. in i i . . . ... ,,. ... ll'l?' ,bn.t!an!tclVlon:Epltom.of Apocrypha: llrfef A' f all-wool blue cheiiot; trimmed with silk We WOnt mention nricpt; Cnmi- H Hlosraphle. of the l'rophet.: Natural liutory of .i,',f''hV. i, ... u , wvu i uiuiuuu priLCb. OOme Ik. U tlwlllble, Jewish HUtoryj Hkctehe. of the ect. At l J-Of all-wool blue chcilol; 10 rows of red, and lnCIUire. VOU 11 not refrrpt tht f , named in the llll.le. History of various version. i"lfT.,!'lX,llk,??wLu''- , t, . ,u4ullti uu " "ul rcgrei me Mif, I of Bcnpiurc.. with 17 full psaoilliutratlonstona At a,it-Of all-wool blui.flannel,6rowwhlii.ilk time SDent. I If . colored) "Of. aouuche; stai. on collar, enibroid. red .hleld. uuit ifuii. Pfl daosteu'b rojirnEHKNHivE TKAniKifs hiih-k A,5iirhirimminBU" "w' wW,e and bIkk ,u n v addition to the splen- W-M ' With all the helps rontslned in the formolnir, snd At $4.60-The very Ulest In sillorsnits, frontopen IJUt AA cVim.r n( T71.. .,: Wtilli printed trumlonu printer type, with the .elf pro- half wav down: prjtllly trimmed with lartoua CI uiu allow OI JClOWenng :tl nounclim feature lu addition. Hound alio In the colored silk soutache. TlOWCrS Plants in rr ...o. u.. Kn i nme fleilble style (French morocco), so It will At in- hlue and brown serie. eitra whlto plqno ridHUj 111 puis, We nave ft: 1 lie open perfectly flat; can be folded riant liarki shields; lieautifully trimmed. nrpnarprl a cnpr-ial TTficfo ,)m sR fl ciu be roiled ui without Inlnry to either the At 4 to $7.t,0-An excellent line of fancy chei lot PrcParea a Special HaSter demon- Bm 1 j back or ncwiuc hue, 84 by 8 inches, and fi sllorault. ctratinn in tViP cpllinrr nf Put T?!. ..-.. Hi T, ,?ih'wV,h'ck?n?h-..e, Second floor. Fourth avenue. StratlOn in Uie Se ling Ot Cut FlOWCrS. J , The nook store, Mnth street. . Roses, Carnations, Violets, Lilies, m Easter Novelties ,ggeSuIOnSfm Walkina Pleased t0 have yu Tulips and others, at these prices: Bf; ' h t ciiwr plenty here for """""" look these over, assured imses-nride.. reari.. nndesmaw.. etc.. is do.- ( i in Oliver those SPpWnrr tStiCKS of , ,:n u American Beauties, 14 and don. """-. Bj! . inose seeKing ".. tnat there will be no carnations. i do, u1ie.ofthevaiiey.70c. dor. K 1! Pretty Easter favors at little cost, complaint regarding extent of assort- Mic'S''- VSSSSVrJf&oS.0"- K: I j Here's a list of articles in sterling ment or moderateness of prices. awmai.ie.uroadw. Bf; i a silver that are 50c. each : Atit-nice. lumboo whannee.comroand weioh- n j. 1 The Candv 1 'J ! Falve Jars, cut glass, with jewelled tops. sylstlcks, with sterling sliver trlramlna. In va- CanOieS and r-t "" Bet f Curium Iron Ciitlole Knives S..U . J,ti,!V?r"1.,fTl.' r, .,, n i u s s btOre Overflows m ' Nail File. Tooth llm.hM Shoo Horns At l.r.o-l'alm. rartrldw. renang, ronaro and CanCIV Holders .! UYCW,UW!' l Jt'i hhoellook. Nalinnishta hani:m. sticks, with sterllug silver trlmmlnir, wo"u "JiJ-io w,tj sweetness M 1,1 ... . - somo with beaded or fancy ediie, other, with U- c ...r .. , "UCM f Wf And these are only 25c. Joi'aUl.ec, c.'p." r ucy 'dse' wi" of mullrm kinds, an Easter Ht iy.W Mler top Emeries Wockinu Darners At la-wrtchael and'Conno sticks, handinimely preparation. AlSO with all SOrtS of K Vi A Memorandum Hooka Roller blotters . ''J?'"'"' ""'i rllnii .liter in various d.ujns. U r. , j u i . . . H t Nan File. shoe Horn. Ana fo-BamN.cipsnsnK and Paim .tick., wnn Easter boxes and baskets and candv 3k k Shoe nooks To.nh I'owder nottlca small fluted steillna silver cap.. uuluu7 I L'urllm: Irons Tooth Urush llottles Ilroadway, nOluerS. I t JOHN WANAMAKER HajgjjtfHi Formerly A. T. Stewart fie Co., Broadway, Fourth Avenue, Ninth and Tenth Streets. lw.u.ulAS8H0c0 ar WmMm BOYS WEAR OUR fZ.BO SHOES. Don't pay $5.00 to 7.00 for your shoes. Our $3.!0 eXiwrjj are just a9 good. 1 Indorsed by over l,000,000jy H wearers. Tlic'largestiuakersv Qaud retailers of $:?.o0 shoesv' H In the world. ff Hv.r. 12il.l'M,)Ilr(nrlsriCort-j6' Wl.tidtFt.Kl W3.1A.,JI W. tt llltti ft. 8lh Aff .1 It I ulton ft nar'tim roa,7io,)ierndwsy y a i;l Fulton St.. 4M Sth M.f .Jtntf Clrv 10 Newsrkyy V. ve. Sirarit ItoAr jK Ilroid Strcrt x Men's Furnishing Dep't. Neckties, mnde of he finest quality silk, novel designs, light or sombre shades. Shapes include, English shawl scurfs, cut from squares. iVcw shades In " Saddler's " own street gloves. James McCreery& Co,, Twenty.thlrd Street. IpnrrS flNEpTRNITURE APRIL MAY JUNE. Then are you ready for tho country ? Wo notico tho wise ones are prepar ing now with our exclusive novelties for country houses. Some, in willow, reed and rattan, are enamelled or stained in odd offoctivo greong or in rich red?, still others in the now blues and coral tints. Especially artistio when two or threo colors aro wovon together. Loads of sofa cushions from 50 cts., which wo have made in all tho odd and latest stuffs. To seo these novelties, visit our first floor to secure them at factory prices, "BUY OF THE MAKER" Ceo. C.FLint Co. 43.4Sa.no 47WEST23?ST. NEAR BROADVWrc rACT0RV:C4Mo 156 wtaTl3?3TBECT. PSS Easter Neckweir. ff Flowing end Imperials r L of E"?"51' reP twill: SY ant' coriei stripes, SJlw 49c. each, JjKn y Worth 1,00' 'yfnTV ft k strin? Ties. Stripes O I s& I 25c. to 49c. Colored Shirt., t)8r. to SI. 40. The new cross stripes, open front and back, with pair detached cuffs. Knstrr C.lovn, OSc. to SI. 41. In gray Mocha and rich deep Tan. Urttiw 31otirM. Bangs & Co., 91 and 93 Fifth Avenue, WII.I. SKI.I, AT AI't'TION MONDAY and Tl'KSDAY afternoons at o'clock. A COLLECTION OP STANDARD AND SCA11CE WOllKS IN SKVEUAL DK- PAllTJir,NTS OF LITKHATLTHE. FIItSTIJDITIONS, AMERICANA, etc. (Many of the bonk. In flno lilndines.) Arabian Night., n nn.. Art Jniirnal, 3D on.; Bamnlal Halls, 2 ol..; lllhlingrsiihlpai Ilntlsli Prn.''. Hharpe'. llilltion. 2.', ol.i llvro'i. IT ols., Callin'. ln.llan., 2 ols 1H41, Cnrnlnll MairaUm, 40nR; Criilkshank'. UlimtrHtUin.. Mrs Dflany's AutoMonrsjilu, extra illnitrstr'l, il ol rnlf; Picken. First Klitlous, nrAin-v: (iranwr's llli;iAt)i leal History of Eugltnd, .Tin iurtrtlts InTrtnl, 1. tlamerton'. rAntl.a; I,".th' lllmtritlrtns, Mactilav; M.rston; Napolpon Mooro; I'ardix; Pnrtrall., Ru.kln'a Moilprn 1'aiutrrs, r tnla., ls",i Aii: Hcott; Hhake.peare, Bons, Kwlft, 18 ols., Teitlle ColtirUt, fl rol , 4tn; 'Ihsi-lerai , First Killtlonj TheThfatre, a Monthly, 27 vol.., Anthony Trollope, 10 Tols.i Tiirn.r Oallerj. IrtTO, Vuluirp, TOtoIs.; Woodwarrl'a Wal... half morotco, etc., etc. Silcs ever afternoon except Hatnnla gusinroji (fhnnrcs. " OATMIJAI. Nllili t miJ-siBcss B'm: smia: Mill just finished, with Inirrored mnchlnory; elioico location on East lllver. Now Vork: ca pai'lly 5,(X)0 harrela.or (Kl.OOO enaes n rear, with the ifood "111 nnd trademarka of the celo hrated A. II, C fiteam Cookeil t'eruuls of tho Cereals Manufacturing Couiany Apply to C W. Hendrlck. 8.'! Murray Htroet, Nhw York. l ANU VTTAN HOrSKCLF.ANlNCl AND ItENOVAT il INl Bl'HEAl'. 14.1 West iHtli .1 s .11 send tiido all kinds of liuus. cleaninir ai .hurt until e, best ritr reference.! semi forilrriil.rs. Tel 4N4D ixth at. 'mudtmcutis. CYCLE STSHOW mtmcmtnl.. P Rli D I C C TlTrTrtf.. B'irsr and 40th at. ClVtrinC K4euinKs, 8:20. MaUne.a. ailR. CUAIlLr.H FltOHJIA.N Manacr Matinees 'lu day and Wednesday. "Another Empire Success." "A Dr.CIIIED'lIlT.' -IUrald. EMPIRE THEATRE COMPANY ,. Presenting tho famous I'Oiucdr, "LORD AND LADY ALGY," Ily It C. Carton, author uf "Liberty Hall." nnnnirif TIIEfll5;"ar.lii St.. mar nroadwar. UHnnililV Kis ri Ml. MallueeTodayata. Xirs Mstliire WtdurMlay, Aptll A. Cliarle. l'rohman Prc.enta MIIS. LESLIE CARTER In I'aild Ilela.en'a Play, Frnin the 1'nnih nf tlerton k Rlrann, "AN AMEltlCAN DKIINUAltDT "-SU.N. MADISON SQUARE ?i!:ttr .,. MHtluer. To-dav and Wednesday. L'harli'. Frohuian Presents till' tlo'n Wnndnrrul Bllreess, BECAUSE SHE LOVED HIM SO. "1IIK I.ITTI.K .MIMSIKU OF FAUCL'." Kenlni;. W:3u. Matlneea. 2-in. OLD GLORY'S PRIDE. t BUFFALO BILL'S WILD WEST Congress of ROUGH RIDERS. MAII1MI.V SUI'AHl; (iAUI)KN. Daily at 2 and H:15 P.M. lo(.ra open one hourcarller. The Battle of San Juan Hill, with a detachment of ROOSEVELT'S ROUGH RIDERS. PltlCES- flsllery, 2.V.; P,alrony, r,nc Arena, $1. P.oxra eattm: ata, fl'.'. Scats in lluies, t2; first tier Doles, llMHfflETSIlE AXUItEWA. McCOltMICK. Manager ENGAGEMENT EXTENDED TO APRIL I5TH oTOrsTHE MUSKETEERS. JAMES O'NEILL as D'ARTAGNAIM. The (Iroat Cast Etnhraces: Wilton T-ackaye, Henry I,ee. Francis Carlyle, B. Miller Kent, Edmund Collier, Andrew llnlwon. Jacques Krucor, Hallett Thompaon, IMmund Ilreere, Frederick Hartley, lllancho Dates, Judith Herolde. Margaret Anglln. PALACE 61"..rt- continuous $ 28c- I ninUb 3(, BVi PKIIF01IMANCE11P.M. Wlc. ARTHUII DI'NN. BONNIE TUtlltNTON, MONT OOMEItV AND STONE. Others. LADIES (AFTEK MOONHi (allnrrh.i, IT,,-. MONDAY, MAIIIE WA1NWRI011T (Dehut). PROCTOR'S 23dlTcoNTiNUous 'f-30 I IIUUIUII U 2 v.r.oc. Performance. in:4SP.i. TIIEHESA VAtlOHN. PATHICE. HATTV8 BEAI18. JONES. IIBANT AND JONES. DONOVANS, MANY OTHERS. HIC COMEDY DII.L. MONDAY. . . . .NEIL BfKOK88. METUOI'OI.ITAV Ol'KRA IIOU8E. Easter Hundaj. April 2, at 8:ir. SCIUMANN.I1K1NK tiler last appearance at these concerts). L'AMI'ANAIU ANI ROSENTnAL. PAUR'a OlUN'l) ORCHESTRA. EMII.rAUR Conductor Seats now on sale at box oRlce. Stelnway A. Bon's pianos used. ACADEMY ffigi ,,,. 1. O. nllmore k F.uecna Tompkins. Props. 4 Mars. DENMAN THOMPSON PRICES 2.', & CO, 7S, 1.00. THE OLD HOMESTEAD. Mats. To-day and Wed., 2, Kve Billi. ST. NICHOLAS lhst..eat, near Columbus ATe. HOCKEY MATCH. TO-NIllllT, H.ir. O'CLOCK. tit. Nicholas 8. :. v. South Oranire Field Club. CLOSE OF TUB SEASON. KNICKERBOCKER!. SOTHERN I 'Kvorfe..8- S J-ii- J. V Mata.To-day & Wed. 2. THE KING'S MUSKETEER. MONDAY. APRIL 10 JUI.1A MARLOWE. Mi:.NIi:i.sqolIN HALL. Two Piano Recitals. Thursdays, April cl and 20, at 3 o'clock. ' MADAME I Madeline Schiller, 1 Ren. seat., ftl.AO, at Hcbiilwrth's, 23 Union square. KFBTH' Continuous Performance. , lkl i II O ;r.c, r.oe. Noon to 11 P.M. TO-KAY HOOKS 0'EN 11 A. M. THE 4 COHANS, O'HKIEN HAVEL, WM. .IEKOME. YtlltKE & ADAMS, I.ILL1E WESTERN. MKKKKL SISTERS, RENO J. RICHARDSHIOORAPH. SPLENDID DILI.. rBril 2d year. Alas in Enullab. BO artists. iTTdly:1 1 MIKADO I.IOU rex. seats 2r.c. BflPlpMUUl Esstcr Week -MERRY WIVES OK WINDSOR. KOSTER JSIL. BIAL'S I.AI1G1-T I .ipi I BRILLIANT STRONOESr MhW VAUDEVILLE ARRAY OF I I V las WW I CELEBRITIES EVER PRESENTED IN ONE DILL. UJtll API'? Druadway and 30th at. At 8:30. IfHLLHlm Q. Son.enlr Matinee to day. LAhT TIME TO-NKIIIT WHITE HORSE TAVERN. Mon., AprlJJl The New Comedy, " Tho Cuckoo." llnrilM 4th av. 23d at ... at 8.30 sharp. I I III Mm Matlneea Today and Thursday. I.IULUIII .lermne K.Jorume'a play ' Another eood play ." Eve. 8nn IOHN INOEEFIELD. Tuesday Special Matluse: Trelawny of the Wells. MURRWlS'kJa. MAT. HERYDAYT Entire house. Matinees, 2r,e. Evenlmrs, 2bc. and 60o. HENKV V. DII.NNEI.liV hTOCK CO. Tills IflllD PfWC I Mr. Henry V. Donnelly WEEK UUn DUTO. as 1'erkyn Mlddlewlck. DACTHD'S CONTINUOUS rMO I WH 9 VEKFOKMANCES, HO A- 30 CENTS. VtiM) UNTIL 11 I. M. JOS. PALMER A CO. 1 I.ORENCE BINDLEY. I.ILLIANOREENEfc WM.rRIEND. UONTONTRIO. 14TH ST. THEATRE, .S,iJ15,rft.u REPORT FOR DUTV. 5,h.r6.:. Excellent Oast. ThrllllngJIatlle Scene. ni mil 1 MONDAY, APRIL 8, fiM THE PURPLE LADY IntHIIIL Peat, now aelllne. A. BA1IT. .lAI'K'S THEATRE, fJB B'UAYAND'JIiTHhT. Tel, SilTO 30th. it 2UichliowsEvery Day, 2 and 8. fK THE MODEL. m NuniliLrless Naughty Niceties I FMfl, A.. TUFATRE, Broadway and 2Rth st. Jt-tvW MRS. FISKE. fr M "linilllttlNS" anil " LITTLE ITALY." aW'NdtWrik-'llssOI 'HIE D'l RIIERVILl.Efl. WFRFR H FIFLnS' M",lc "H- u'i' tiint. Uvt I NUht of I Hiirlcs'iiM-ur H U R LY- B U R LY CATHERINE yiVw'iT VICTORIA to M RQ6ERS BROS. I A REI6N OF ERROR, MVl'INKE TO-DAV AT Mllfl. II HI.rtl ' Tin- seiisiitmnnl piny, I Eir..H in' ni'l'ltx i tup TIltJTI C 'lo lav HOI sK. IrlC. lunlLC,. i Mat . 3ilS. N'ilH'1 Cliaiiiii' (llcott ' A IlmuMK-eor Allllone." Wid Apr r,, IUROMN MATINEE. 7 ,r.and3V. THE - MATINEE TO-DAV.- nFWFY IIOWERY III HI.KSIJIII'.IIS, UE.nC.1, World's Trio, Truly Shatrnck. Chuck I 1-lth St Connors A. best Kirl, eiery iH-rfonnauce. world IN wax. am flHriN'rxu'ror.HAPil. 333D3KT JWXJS3EJEI NEW i,iuil''i aCaVJU uYl'SY JIIWU. mamv!MLLE. FIFh loiitli miiiv April 21. IwlaVaWaUl I II II RRANn Mat TiiiUi Or.h llile and Hal. HO-7 j,V"U THE AIR SHIP. HOl.iE I Noitweok-MAY IRWIN HERALD SQUARE ''"AiS.uri The Hit nf the Yenr' MXIIIKISS AND UUI1ER. N. W u Mai'Liau 1 ler, llanford Hh'k sp're'ii Playa. ntlVIOl l'.wry lveninn.it 7 in A I N I"" iiu:.4r ki'iiy. UnUI U Matllma loila all I Writ.. I 5. hL-t'i.l .Muliiiee M.ter Monilay EllUni SECOND MATINEE TO-DAYI VlHOIIlUi The Bliripicla'iilarMuloal larcel p,.oriLE IN CAY PAREEM STAR T,,,: MDEWAI.Ks OF NEX" YOHK OIHIl With PilKlll. TOM SIIARhKY Mat. to-day Neat Week-AT P1NEY 11IDOR. COLUMBUS YkrVZUft Nit W'kJohnstoue Bennett, "A Female Drummer," IffXU".'. I Today. Mat. (pop. prices) Eren'g. l'LACK Po.lliTely last tim... THEATRE. BCYHANO DE UERUEKAC. 1KIEAR1M Wcit Fourteenth Street Ooys' Hats and Oaps An Important pirt of our groat Boys' Clothing; Dopartment In tho eoctlon dovotol tt Head Coverings Not only tiro assortments vory groat moro than doubling tholargost olsowhoro shown but owing to our groit pitrchasM for cash, prlcoanre far lower than samo qualities nro elsewhere sold Hats nnd Caps that Hat storos and clothlorsconsldor cheap at 7(5 cents, wo sell at FORTY-NINE cents, and evonloss, an! at the same ratio both the higher and lower priced. But the Best values we ever gave in Hats and Caps will Be Eclipsed by TO-DAg'S OFFERINGS Brand-now goods, right out of the boxes, brought from our great resorvo sto'k to bo sold at reduced prlceB, to malto This Saturday Before Easter Long remembered as the day of THE GREM HAT SALE AT HEARN'S At NINETEEN Cents. At THIRTy-NlNE Cenli. Golf Caps-fanor wowtod and Navr Cheviot, Cadet Caps of flno Navy and regimental rr with and without einb'd emblem cloths Soutache braid or military era- were 20 and 30 cenw. blems all bIzo. value 75 cents. . nTvr uiain r.-i. At SEVENTY-FIVE Cents. At FORTV-NINE Cents. ftU GolfCapsof One Imported UhevloU and Wor- Hatters' $1.25 (trade steds. uncommon styles. Includlns "-"SetS At N'NETV.EIQHT Cents. Beams or satin Hnd-slzes up to 10 years. Black and Brown Derbies usually $1.50 We will also offer 3,000 Boys' SUITS of newest and mo3t wanted styles AT PRICES UNUSUAL SO EARLQ IN SEASON There ntvtr was a bttter tlmt to buy mr grest stocks are at their best, and circumstances seem to combine to mike this Saturday before Easter A DAy OF EXTRAORDINARy ATTRACTIONS Great Sale of Great Sale or SAILOR AND 2.98 BOYS' 2.98 at and DOUBLE BREAST at and VESTEE SUITS 3.98 SUITS 3.98 . .. . 1 . ...it.M. fa hn. nf .T to 10 Trs In every size from SEVEN to SIXTEEN year. Natty styles, su table ' 10 " we can show 20 to 50 stylos, and each and 30 styles of Bailor Butts at 3.08 Materials represented are 60 styles of Bailor Suits at 2.08 plain and Fanoy Cheviots 20 styles of Veatee Butts at 3.08 ioat Check Casalmeres 40 styles ot Vsstee Suits at 2.08 Navy and Black Clays and Seraes All havlnsr wide collars of same colors or oon- Navy and Black Unfinished Worsteds trasttne shades, or set In combination collars Navy Blue Wide Walo Worsteds ALL trimmed with silk soutache or OTHER ..... ... aiiv kJm. a" Coatf ,,ave cloth undercollar. lapels cut silk. traiai. wlde )whoh prBv8nts eettlntr out of shapi) and piped llnlnes. besides other details nf FINE DRESS SU ITS StiSSSEZT 'UDtl nly for Boys Three to Ten Yen, L0N() pANT Bailor, Vesteo and Tuxedo SUITS at 5.98 4 98 to 8.75 ,,. ., x- a New Spring Mixtures and Navy Serges and The swellest styles you ever saw at the prices Black Clays wldo Fro nch Faolnus-cut and ..Borne have satin-faced rolling oollars. finish tho best Suits never Intended to sell some have plane shields or collars, all possess under Eight Dollars the feature of "dreaslnest." Ages 14 to 10 years. Saturday tJeing Children's Day gou will find SPECIALS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS DEVOTED TO THEM Some of which are here quoted: GIRLS' REEPERS 6 to 14 yrs. CHILDREN'S TRIM'D HATS rialn and Fancy Cloth-Collars ot "If, Straw -Combination Crown. earns or contrasting colors 1.08 aulll and ribbon trim-Best colors OS Fancy Htraw-Plaln and ruffled brims.. 1.83 Fine Cloth-Fancy double collars. Lar(t0 "ats-FIowers and ribbons 3.08 plain orSatln ruffled-fancy button... 4.08 Corded Lawn and Emb'd Bilk Caps 21 MISSES' JACKETS U fo 18 yrs. Fine Emb'd and Corded Silk Caps .: Spring Cloth-Best shades- CXar',,DOnne.,Ro ''"'"J."0? . nalforfullsllk lined 3.70 ZSXS?.! .03 ASl32i ABIES' REEFERS AND COATS shapes-Half or full silk lined 4.03 Cloth Reefers-Coat and Empire effects plain colors and fancy chocks 0? Fine Tan Covert-strap seams- Short Bedford Cord. Plaua and Bilk full silk lined U.1W Coats-emb'y and fancy trlm'gs 309 Long Bedford Cord. Cashmere nnd GIRLS' DRESSES 8ilk Co.ts-dalntllrtrlii.. 4.03 Serge and Flannel Bailor Blouse YOUNQ PEOPLE'S QLOVES Dressns-Emb'd anchors .1.08 Hoys' One Clasp Dogskin 70 , .. . ... Boys' Ono Clasp Kid-new tans .'. !lH neefrRults-flnecloth-3tol4yrs 00S Children's 4 button-nil shades 73 Ono piece F"cy Dresses-12 and 14 yrs., 808 Misses' 4 button and Foster Lacing 79 Boys' and Girls' Shoes GOOD VALUES TELL Children's section of Shoe Department keeps gain ing In popularity only good shoes that give satisfaction are sold Becaust qualities are reliable and prices always right, customers once are customers always GOOD VALUES TELL Boys' Extra Calf Hhoes-12 to 5S- Children's Bed and Tan Shoes oak tanned soles-new shapes 1,48 Hand turned-Half Spring heol slres4 to8 93 Boys' Calf Tatent Leather Shoes Children's Tnn Spring Heel Shoes best stock-Hand sowed- Law and Button-slzna 8 to 11 1.00 new Bulldog too 2.69 . , , .. .. . Children's Cloth Top Button Shoos l'atent lenthor vamp very dressy Little 1 Boys' Veal Calf Lace Shoes 5to8 , 25 m t , , AQ Spring heel-new last-0 told' 99 ,lr,8llto2 1.65 P. Cox Shoe for children Little Boys' Tan Kid Lace Shoes j,ae and Button-extonslon soIb Spring heels-0 to 13 99 5 t0 b 99 cu. 8', to 10'. 1,29 Boys' Veal Calf Lace Shoes 1 1 to 2 1.59 with heels 12 to 6H 1,19 Every pair warranted, Have no equal at the price. Fut uno of Babies' Hard Bote Shoe. f0 8ET 8"2,E9 Tiil.v ntli .!! Sr o t n , (or children with weak ankles Black. Bed and Tan-2 too 49 j-.ad babies learning to walk. ' i .