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THE SUN. SUNDAY, APRIL 28, 1912. T Tncrniso of ('nimuo'lity I'l'iccs No( Dili' to IiicitiimmI lro ililHiim of (ioltl. 'KVS OF .Mil. KOItKltTS! DiiTdor of the Mint Points Out Krror of the Kconoinlsts I'm- of (fold in Arts. In ii icpnrt iimdebyUenrge I'.. ItoberM, Di rector or the Mini, lust wool, there I con tallied ;i discussion of I lit- relation of the In- ri'.ii' In gold production to tlic high eot of 1-vlti.' Mr llobotts lakes Isnio with thec i'i oiioiufl who argue tlwit tin- advance III i Diniuoilll y pi ices In tin- l.il fifteen years l hie prim Ip.illy to tlie ostr.iordlnnry In crease in the world' gold production In that ! ). Tlie ttonlil" with most of the comparisons of commodity prices, lie says, is tint they start with the nlmormiilly low priies of vil 117, ii time of deplosslon. Another error l the disposition to ignore thi; i:nre,eil eiiiployinent of cold in the arts anil n bank reere. Ml. HoboitV llgarc of olil piodiutloti start with Imi.i, when i::,imo,ii was mined, ami to:itini:e lo lino, when the prodiu tlon was M'il,0"il,i. 'I'r.u l PI the how supplies ititu uc. he dh I Jes thec twenty-one ears f ill o two period, the tlrt Iroin ism to I'.mi. ami the mm ond Irutii I'.vo to nun, The production In the llrt period i estimated at I ..iiH.ih. ,ihk, ilMilhutfil approximately as follow. Iinlii-irl.il art- SKimw.um Unllks aliil llc.l-tll of Ilif tllltcil htutc-. l.urnpeiiii hanks tlAiik 01 i uiiuil.i. Australasia ami houlli Africa . V.ti H an. I A-I.i irsi.iai.unii tiM snn.uii J,;u.ui rj.',ni.nii M,"t,.Vl,(.l is.ui.ui TlllAl Utnci bant.-, t nvuhllon, private lioMlno. Ac Total M.OVi.txi.noii lliirliiu the -econ.l iH-ilml ot c!i'rn year pro tlui'tlnti .iiupuiilrJ ii ji.ai;.o.i.i'Oii, ami dis tribution I. ell n ileil t nave been Mib-t.-intlally as follows: luiliiMrial con.u iit'll iii SR.V.ixm.im vosorptlon of In 1. 1 I.O.'.M.imo Ui-o.-ption "i I.i) Pi It1.tui.i) Dank nt J i;nii eu.iui.wm CoiiirM :i f.iu I of Arsctitim am) Uracil .n.i.'m.ui'i flmilv. nf Mesl-n. . , :3.suM ll.ir.knn:l 1 iT.vury o( i nltril Male raj.mni.uM Hanks ami 'I icasury of l anada. . hi.T:i,ii hanks of iv mil i-li ami Snnh frlrn D1.ivi.cki Hanks of I -i.i-, l.uroiK S3 2ii,i) Tntnl M.:4.nl.f Olfcrlnu:,.citii.tall('ii. Ac 2ss.:uu.(oo 'lotal 5l.03M..i 'I he i nliilrial lon-iimptlou ha about donlileil during the period under review and lor the )e.ir l'.'lo i estimated to have been ..ouiilrt- tiold lvalue! I'nlteil Males . HC.7M.aw lirrinaii 14W5.oji Ir-He K,Wll Ureal Mrli.iln ... I.iiiii Mvlli-rlan.l S.HMiui Italy 3.(111.1111 AulrU-llui'4ar .... f..Vi.o( lli:.la t.m.i lldcluin .oi. i Ni-tlic-rlrttnl ,. i'i4'Um llrnll.ark . . . Sum .Norway :ii".(rl hurai'h .''.I.I..I I tnlanil lo.ioi I'ortucal ami Spain . . l.no.n olllHaur:l I uiopc l.'.'i.i.m.i Au-tt.i'a.la . IWM1I I'auaia LVjiihij UMlcnanitCriiiralan.'lSoulli mcrlca t .mo 'olal flo yearn fmleil with into of 78, t, and for the live )rnrn ended ilth IdBI of 70.. while for the years 1MM Ii" the average was "It npiear, uenernlly niieaklnic, that where It ha been possible lo improv the method of proiluctlon or to employ rapt tal advantaireoiiHly the tendeney toward hlither prleea ha been In part overcome, and If the Increased rout of raw material, liu Iiidlnu food, could be eliminated from manufactured product and wage: the level of prln'K would be lower Instead of blither than fifteen year nso. "It I iitniieil in th iliaruftftlon that nobody itietlon that thero I a relation ship between the volume of money and the price of coiiimodltlcH, and that other fac tor rcinaitiiiiK the i.:ne, priced will ad vance a tho result of an Increafied supply of iwtd. Then lia been u erltent rise of price since I win, and alone with It n irreat Increase In the supply of gold. It would seem to be tpilte Impossible to de termine with any certainty to what extent one I the result of the other, but there I evidently some iirniuid for the prevalent opinion that the two nro closely related. The pnrM)s of this illciislon is not to lefute that opinion but to dlcover where i In the win Ids monetary system the now supplies have been placed, with a view of I ..fcllointlti,, Itmlr I itfltutti ra. It I un riit t ! conii'lvable that the Industrial develop-! ment which has taken place In the t tilted Mates in lh period lU Mi 10 i ould have oceurictl or been HnanctMl without the en larged bank reserves which the Bold out put of the is-rlod provided. At least It I may be said that it would not have been Miible under our present banking sys tem. If the ncreaed supplies of money hae been Hie main factor In the world wide rise of prices. It i the Increase of $I,:ioii,oio,oi In (lie irold .-mil uncovered note of the t'nited State that has been ihlefly effective, lor the sold di-trlbiltlon elsewhere ha Ii.k! coin;itr.itlvelj- little relation to Industry. And In the t'nited Mates Its iutluenie cannot lie measured without takini; into account other factors In the price maklni; equation that In the lat fifteen year hae been uiitlergoiiiK radical chanires," SHE DOUBTS IF HE REPAID ALL. A eil Waiiimn Mies (or Account Inn or Mnrr Thau WUIHt.lKMI. I Hmtwcll Staples wr.s examined in the Supreme Court yehtertlay hi u suit brouglit r by Mrs. Emmi Stokes, an aged womun, , for un iicoountiiiK of securities nnd other personal property hiio put in the custody of StnpU'H. Mrs. Stokes Mid she had rea son to believe that her property was not all returned to her, but could not tell how much was missing. Staple teUIlfd that at the request of Mrs. Stokes, whom he had met at u re ception Riven by her daughter, he ac comiwnied her to the office of her attor ney, where she got a tin box He spent one afternoon lit the residence of Mrs. Stokes examining the contents of the bov. and said he believed it contained more tlnn Sl'oo.onO in United Slates Steel bonds. Subsequently he went with Mrs. Stoken while t-he drew $20,00J in bills from n bank She redeposited $8,000, Itli. I... Innt tl'l rwvl 1,1 nlali 1,a .! j .i,i in- ii, i...,,, ii,.- rr i.i it ii r in a safe in his office at '.'33 l-'ifth avenue. ' loiter he put the money, bonds and jew Iry in a safe deposit 'box under his name. 'I he defendant denied that he did not account to Mrs. Stokes forull lir property. . Ho admitt?d that she gave him a diamond I ring. ' CLARK " ORATORS CHOSEN. ) Hpenkers Selecteil fu (tniiielf . flint. in n liny SHI. Stll.t5..Vl 'n reiraid to the extiaiirdiiriry con (iimplioii ot sold In thl country and Its relation to price. .Mr Huberts sav: The reason for thi enormous absorp tion, of cold mid expansion of credit in the I lilted Slates cannot be dwelt upon here f till her than to siick'cst that the explana tion l to be found in the natural resources of I he Miuntry, It location mid cllm'ite, thi i Itnraeter of It pupnlal Ion, il aci u umlaut! vi'.ilih and the readiness of other people, to invest their upltal here Tal, ins all thitK" toBetiinr, fonditloiis were ilniible mor favorable In thi country ai'i'i i Hiiada lot del i lu meut mi a irre.it scale iluiiui: the pi'iind under re lew than ,iuyw her.-' e-e ill the world "Ii I- a Met ! hi- carefully v.eli-heil in nny study of priies that this development 111 the l ulled State diiriiu; the 'rlod wa cliielly an industrial development, .'ind that neither In ncie.nre nor pioductinii did ag ricultural devclnpment kep pace. The principal crojis of the l iilted States which nis Used inriiulv for human fund or fed to in ii-iro'l'icn atiini.il-, and thus con. ti loule in the food -uppl , are w heat, i urn, po'.ntoes and ri'c, and the ai reave in th-e Top within the I niled State decreased .'.:, pu c..'.. between the census of p.aKiaud tfie icilsll- of tldii, liile the population in-crea.-ed ;i pei lent In number of cattle, sheep and wiue the miliary barely held its own between iikhi and llilo, as shown by the census founts 'I his relative falllne off in food supplies was despite the encour aireinent of ridm: prices, and but for the I Mm: prices would doubtless have been KHMter In view of the position previously held hy tin' t ulted States as an exporter of fond supplies, this failure to increase its piiiduc tlnn while it i j, mi population was rapidlv monius' la a laet of the llrst im porlance. Have there been Increased of feiitiK on the world markets I rum other quarter to make nood the shortaire here' "The incicHsml net ol lood, of weannif appaiel anil of rent is Inevitably Pillowed be hiu'hei' wanes, and these enter Into the piice ot all lil.iliurni tilled onis The cot nl wearing iipparel is largely 1 1 1' i s 1 1 1 1 . ent iipui) wool, cotton and hide., and rent is affedcil in part by the cost of bulldini; luateilaK In whbli the eiowinif scarcity ol timber is the hief factor, and In part b- liicteasimr pnpulatloii. Aitricult ural I iidiI m t - and tav. inatenals are primary fafior In all iots, and the extreme sen-ilhcne-s ol the market to any surplus ol deficit in the nipply of these, stuple I shown bi the lliiclual ions of cotton dminc the la-t two jears, lanuiiii; from In to in i enls jwr pinind " I lie use ol puces mine the, decade l!m. K!ii ha.-, been exairgerateil b the common pi. u lice ol i omp ii um current prid's with Hie ahiioriii illj low priies whlih ptcwillcd diiriliir the yearn Istiil-u" '1 hose were jeai ol iiidusiiial panic and paialvs in I he I nili d Slate, and prn es nil o ci the woi Id weie pi sninii ileuiee affected by the stale ol ir.diistiy heie Condltioiis in every linn ol pinibu timi weie lonfesnedly alinorin.il and It I mlsU'iidiui; to calculate I ruin that basis It I a well recoirnied fact that loin iiioditv prh c weie upon n dccllnlni! scale Iiopi about liU to iv,m, Ttio Uiiidou coiiimndity tables conipilwd by.Mr A Sauer beck aie I ho most commonly known an thort for the isiriod They am based upon the pmcs of i'i staple i oiuiiiodltles in l liu wholes,!).- Isinilou market iliirlns" the eleven .veal I "H7-77. Mr Saneibeck ha avci.iL'i'il the prices of the same mm liioil't'es lor eai h ear sun ii Is77 and i oin pated Iheiii with llin eleven veals averaL'O bv a pei'ieiitage calculatinn. Ill table how Hie Inllnw inu 'i entases Irnlii s;s lo Uii, inclusive Tin-; s.mthhitk taiii.i.s. llwV'-lt77 I qunl III) I t'MMiiN, X , Apinl '.'7 niiouneenient of the sjieakers wlm will compete In the Clark prize oratorical I'ontest wn made at 1 1 a m 1 It oil College to-dny on a foundation of Sl.ooii made by aron Clark of New Vork, and iiiiirinented by Henry A Clark, Ml of Italubrldge. An award I made annually to the student excelling in original oratory The coiiinetitlve oration for thi sear's contest, tlie ilfty-scveuth nniiiial event, were submitted April 18. and as n result of the examination the following will appear in the contest, winch will take pl.u e In i llutoti. May y.i. Hurry Hate, tvasliiui; ton, 1) i William C Knox, Knoxboro William II Marsh, llridgewater l.evvi f I'eiets, Wnldeu. Nathan Ii. 1'iatt, Verona, and Harold W 'I hompson, Westlleld the fourth llppollltlllelit to til" Locke fellowship in tireek founded at Hamilton College by franklin 1 Locke, LL.I). ha been made, Wlllard llostwiel. Marsh, '1.', of lliidgewater reieiviug it I he Hoot fellow in science has Is.en auuoiiiued a being Hay Maria I'gglesto, Walton ISJk s? IS-II ss 111.' I'-'l S11 Issl s l"7 l" I'.U 7 U ,s i.. islrt I 111? I MIS I v.i, I lll.l r.ot ito.' llin I is I IIO'i l.ll I..I7 lllis l' I'I HUH 'ihoae t.lbli'ij slio an aveiaue for the POET'S NEPHEW EXTRADITED lolin s, ('niter of l.onu Islnml liora In .New Jersey for Trlnl. .lolin S. Cutter, Kraiidnephevv of the late lllfiodgnod Cutter, the Long Island farmer poet, who was held In the queens county jail a a fugitive from justice, was turned over yesterday to tho New .lersey authori ties on a requisition. Cutter I said to be under indictment in New .Jersey for aban doning his wife nnd four children, wh live In .'lien llouleviirde .lerey City. He wn arrested at hi old home near Little Nedi about a week ago. Cutter Is .'is vear old and a carpenter by trade. Hi father, John Cutter, was the only person remembered to any extent III the ivlll of the lamer poet, who left the bull; of hi property, amounting to more than Jl.noii.iKiii, p) the Ameriinn lilhle So ciety lo lohn Cutter, hi nephew, he left two farms, one of about iso acres for which Mr Cutter had refused ,'.001111 acre , and another neir Success Like. NIGHT GARBAGE COLLECTING. : II 11 1 It 1VII1 neicln nt I A. .11. 1 14a I end f 11 P. M. Street Cleaning Commissioner Kdwards announced yesterday that he would resume on Wednesday night tho night removal of ashes, 'I hi working of the men of the department at night led to the recent strike of the garbage collectors and the night collecting system was stopped at the time 'I he complaint made by the men was that the winter weather was too cold for nlglit work Now that the summer weather I coming on Mr Ldward intends to put the scheme into operation again. Hut instead of having the men begin work at II o'clock at night, as he did before, he lias orderi d that the starting shall ho t o'clock ill the morning I'lre Chief In lie lltirleil To-ilaj. The funeral of Battalion Chief John ltush, who xvas killed by being thrown from hi buggy, will take plate at '.' o'clock this afternoon from his late residence ot 2N West Lleventh street. Then will be a funeral escort of sixty firemen led bv lien uty Chief Thomas It, Langford. The pall bearers are to be Battalion Chiefs William Clark, lleorge.I. Kuss, Samuel 1), Poling .lohn Diivinsd, Patrick T Itenitiuii aim .lames T. tieuton. Tho Interment Is to be at New York Hay Cemetery, Jersey City, llcocher Itrllca for riyniotitli Church. M'l... ..l.f ...ilull ...l.lu .....I ..I.i. I .u... ..i.i ..ii.t, ,! nii.i . imn iiii.i nrm iisil in Plymouth Church, llrooklyn, during me pasioriue 111 ficurj warn needier anil were leplaieil by olive wood liirniluro brought lioni the Holy Laud liy Hie late ..iiei 1 ii,-iiii nun- ui-rii Kiven 10 ills chinch by the lleach family and will be ipl.iieil among the tieasiired memorials of 1 the laiuous preai her on exhibition In the ' chinch 'I he old furniture was llrst used I In I and has been in the possession of the He 1 ch family slme the new was sub. j siltuteil. i Minn I'll nil's Client lo lie Tried tmiln I ssm,i panel of Juior was culled jes lerday lo leport 11 week from lo-iiuu row tor 1 ln sen mill trial of l.'roy I'oliulexter, a I liegro, whose tiuil before Justice Davis in the l uminal liriinch ol the supreme (Hurt resulted III II dlsllgleeinenl ol I he Jill v I ildav nigh' I'oiiiilexler was defeinled bv Mist Lucille 1'iigli, the oung woinaii lavvjci Miss I'Hjili said jestenlas that it was not el decided whelhfl she would be aaslgiied to defend the utgto again or not R. H. Mcy A Ce.'a Attractions Ar Thalr Low Prices Herald Square. CJF Broadway, 34th to 35th St. The Great Macy White Sale Begins Monday, May 6 Goods Better Than Ever R. H. Macy & Co.'s Attractions Are Thetr Low Price! 'Oi A n CU IVA Herald Square, AiPrcrJvy,34thto35thSl IMPORTED SPRING DRESSES 6 m Reduced OWNS FROM DREC0LL, POIRET, PAQUIN AND BEER, imported to tell at fron $119.00 to $295.00, arc now marked from $69.75 to $175.00. ATERIALS INCLUDE Silk Eponiei, Chiffon Crepes, Embroidered Taffetai, Chantilly Lacei, Embroidered Nets, Linens, Batiste and Marquisettes. COLOR COMBINATIONS are most striking, and include crimson silk with cream colored lace and fancy crystal buttons. White with black and bands of cream Chantilly lace. Black and white with heavy Russian Embroidery. Raisin stripes and plain brown silks with touches of bright green. mODELS ARE THOSE now being worn at tho fashionable resorts abroad, and include the styles appropriate for informal occasions, for dinners, bridge, dances, garden fetes and also for the most formal occasions. Becond Floor. Ilrotdway., f UfnMrM'C Silk - Lined oi 7A numui o serge Suits p-vf t Made to Sell at $30.00 The straight cut. single-breasted coat buttons down the side over tlie hips. Open sleeves .button at wrist. Collar and revers are absolutely plain. The skirt is new Directoire model, close fitting. The buttons down back and front, below the knees, earn out the effect. Both coat and skirt arc lined throughout nith a splendid, thoroughly dependable quality of changcant taffeta. This model can be had in black, navy blue, gray and white. In white It l mounted on while taffeta, and makes on of the smarteM simple models of the Sprlnn for seashore wear. .Second Floor. Broad w Women's $25.00 Dresses $15.74 For Present and Summer Wear Materials Are Imported Voiles, Fancy Bordered and Striped Silk Chiffons. More Than One-half the Quantity are Silk Lined Throughout These dresses have been newly made up to dispose of the manufacturers' remaining imported summer fabrics and trimmings. They include models appropriate for street wear, as well as for garden fetes, dances and other social functions. Full Assortment of Regular Sizes, from 34 to 44. The Color Combinations include: SiWer Gray with bands and Rirdle of black satin, and novelty buttons. Black and white figured effects, trimmed with rose pink satin and iruvhlin lace, veiled with black chiffon. Golden brown over Nile green silk, trimmed with double ruchings of brown 'satin, and tiny garnet colored buttons. Delicate shades of shell pink, trimmed with bands of pink satin and shado.v lace. Blue gray with deep fold; of black and gray striped satin. Trimmings of white net and bbek satin-covered button?. .Sfrond Floor, Broadway, $5.00 Plumes, IS Inrhfs lone $7.00 Plumes, 10 Inches lone. $2.97 $4.49 $9.00 Plumes, 20 tnrhea tone $10.00 Plumes, 21 Inches lone $5.94 $6.89 The entre offering consists of the overproduction of an overconfident feather manufacturer. With the season at its height, this man concluded to accept an immediate loss rather than chance the possibility of having to carry thi? stock over into another season, The Plumes are without exception of a splendid finality -in fact, such as the best milliners use on high priced hats. They have full, curUretaimng flues and heavy heads, 10 inches across. The feathers are black or white. , Main Floor, ,14th Nt. $5.00 Cbiffort o.s.u.1 A special purchase of two new models in fashionable plain color and two-toned silks, some of which are worth up to $6.00. Both of these models are copies of recently de signed French Blouses. First Model (Illustrated) Changeant Silk Blouse with net joke vest, trimmed with silk cov ered buttons. The deep collar and elbow cuffs are of machine made arrick-ma-crosse lace edged with pinked taffeta ruchings. Second Model A Very Simple Tailored Silk Waist, its severity modified by shirrings across the shoulders and wrists and a wide stitched fold down the front. The high collar is stitched top and bottom and raised towards the back. 1 aaaiKajB Second FlMr-aSlh St. aaaMaaarf Imported embroidered R0be$ $14.89 Of Voile and Batiste in White Only But one or two of a pattern. Beautifully embroidered in eyelet designs. Imported to sell at $25.00 to $35.00. Embroidered Cotton Marquisette and to Q7 Batiste Robes, $.31 Sold elseuhcrc at $5.00. White grounds, embroidered in pink, light blue, champagne, laven der or all white and solid colors. Various effective designs. Main Floor. Centre. Women's Irish Cinen 12c Handkerchiefs Less Than Wholesale Cost. We will place 400 dozen on sale to-morrow. These are imported, all pure crossbar linen of exceptionally fine texture. Plain hemstitched, all around embroidered, one corner effects. Berchiefs 19c ea. GeneroSs-sized, 22x2y; in. hhiwbtre 30c each. Made especially for us to meet the demand for more expansive squares. They are made of pure Irish linen. Main Floor. Centre, BEDROOM SUITES Set in a charming bower of multi-colored lights and flowers, from which come the songs of many birds, we have a beautiful and very large display of Wicker, Willow and Rustic Furniture For Porch, Lawn, Cottage and Bungalow. The assortment includes Chairs, Settees, Rockers, Tables, Basket, Tabourets, Arbors, Swings, Pergolas. Summer Houses, etc. Rustic furniture in three specimens of wood: SILVER Birch Wood. F.D Heart Cellar. Log The hardest and most; durable wood 'or Outdoors. pNARLED Laurel Wood Root. The most adapt able for varnishing. Least expensive, but by no means least attractive. Del icately line pearance. in an- We will make from the Red Heart Log Cedar or the Gmrled Laurel Wood Root or from the Wicker or Willow, any piece of furniture, exactly according to your ideas. , , . , Or. if you wish, we will gladly submit our designs for individual pieces, or for suite's of any number. The descriptions, given below, convey some conception of our assort ment of mahogany bedroom sets. Our display in Circassian Walnut. Bird's-f-ve. Maple. Tuna Mahogany. Golden Oak, liarly English and White Ltiamel suits is quite as complete. Mahogany Finish Colonial Style Bedroom Suit. DRESSER. Top, 42x20. Large mirror, two large nnd iwo small drawers $23.24 CHIFFONIER to match.. $19.24 WASH STAN D to match. . $10.49 BED, 4x6, four posts 520.34 COMPLETE . $73.31 Dull Mahogany Finish Straight Post Bedroom Suit DRESSER Top. 21x42. Large mirror, two large and two small drawers. Wood knobs $20.24 CHIFFONIER to match.. $18.74 TOILET TABLE to match 512.74 BED, 4xf, high posts 513.74 COMPLETE.. $70.46 Mahogany Finish Colonial Bedroom Suit DRESSER Top. 21x40. LarRe mirror, two large and two small drawers. Wood knobs $21.24 CHIFFONIER to match.. S19.49 BED, 4x6, to match $22.49 COMPLETE. . $63.22 Solid Mahogany Bedroom Suit DRESSER Top. 44x22. Two large and two small drawers. Large bevel mirror. Scroll posts. S45.34 CHIFFONIER to match.. $36.24 TOILET TABLE to match 525.34 BED, 4x6. to match $36.24 COMPLETE.. $143.16 rnWh Floor.. Solid MahgjmXaBed Room Suite DRESSER Top, 22VM. Two large and two small drawers. Bevel mirror and wood knobs, t sj y CHIFFONIER to match.. M"2 TOI LET TABLE to match 524.24 BED, 4x6, high posts S32.24 COMPLETE.. $130.06 Solid Mahogany Bed Room Suite, Colonial Style. DRESSER Large bevel mirror. Top, 45x23. Swell front, two large and three small drawers. Claw feet CHIFFONIER to match.. 528.24 BED. 4x6, to match 530.89 COMPLETE.. $93.80 Mahogany-fMshH Suits without DRESSER Mahoganv finished. Colonial style. Top, 41x21. Two large and two small drawers, wood knobs 520.24 CHIFFONIER to match. . 518.34 TOI LET TABLE to match S14.67 COMPLETE.. $5325 SHERATON MAHOGANY DRESSER Large, oval, bevel mirror. Top, 43x35. Swell front, French legs. Two large and two small drawers. Wood knobs $49.49 CHIFFONIER to match. . $46.49 Tpl LET TABLE to match $27.24 COMPLETE.. $123.22 MAHOGANY DRESSER-Oval. bevel mirror. Top, 42x22. Swell front. French legs. Two small and two large drawers. Wood knobs, $27,74 CHIFFONIER to match. . 522.89 TOILET TABLE to match 511.24 COMPLETE . $61.87 1 J f CURTAINS AND BED SETS We are showing a splendid assortment of Swiss, Lace, Scrim and Flat Organdie Curtain-., with bed sets to match 111 the majority of the patterns. The beits set and curtains may be bought separately, it desired. A conception of the wide range of the patterns and their prices may be obtained trom the toiiowmg: Flat Organdie Curtains of. plain, white Swiss, with colored border: a pair 51.12 Bet! Sets to match in single or double size: set. $2.97. Striped Swiss Curtains, with colored border, narrow open work insertion and. edging: a pair $1.74 Bed Sets to match in single or double size; set. $3.49. Small Block and Dot Swiss Curtains, with colored border and lace inserting; a pair $1.98 Bed Sets to match 111 single or double size: set. $3.96. Plain Swiss Curtains, with colored border and ruffle: a pair.. $1.39 Bed Sets to match in single or double -ize: set, $3.24. Striped Swiss Curtains, with colored border- Ruffle matches body of curtain: a pair , . $1.74 Bed Sets to match in single or double size: set. $3.49. Hemstitched Hem Curtains of Small Block and Dot Swiss, with a cut out and appli'iued colored border; a pair . . $2.24 Bed Sets to match in single or double sue: set. $4.49. ' COLORED SCRIM AND NET CURTAINS There are only a few pairs of each pattern left. Thee we offer at prices considerably below the regular figures. They are exceptionally pretty ap pliqued designs, with finely finished borders. Were. Now. Were. $4.69 $2.97 S8.7t $4.89 $7.39 tO S9.f)9 $9.74 Now. $5.96 $7.21 LACE CURTAINS Imported Through Our Paris Bureau Imported Marie Antoinette Lace Curtains in white ami Arabian, at $5.24 and $6.94 up to $29.89 a Pair. Marie Antoinette Lace Bed Sets in white and Arabian, at $6.94, $8.24, $9.74 and $10.74 a Set. Domestic Marie Antoinette Lace Curtains at $1.74, $3.74 and $4.96 a Pair ( Third Floor. Hear. . BUYS SHIPS FOR $25,867,863. I 5,000 MEN DIGGING SUBWAYS. HELD FOR ROBBBRY, Itoral lnll rla thr I'nloii t'natle l.lnr'a till.f VfMfU. Tho Roynl Mail Steam I'nekot Company liat- eomplftoil by payment in Iximlon vu i t Ii 11 rhofV for I2.VH87.HM the nurehne of th Union CftBtle Line. The local offlc of the Hoyal Mall wnn no notified yesterday, Tho acquisition of the Union Castle Lino given tlm Hoyal Mail control of one of tho largiwt titeamohlp tVetn in tho worlit, conistinK of vessels, aggn-. itatinR 1.3Si),57n tons uwl made up In imrt of tlm l.amort. ami Holt, tho Klder Demphtor, the Pneiflo Stoam Navigation ( 'ompany and t ho GWn and Shire I i n-s , V, W, C. ...' lo Jnln. Kutirni Court Justice Ulsolioff Rlgnrd mi ordiT yestpnlio pcrmlttlm; the Vounir Women's Christian Association of New York ami the Harlem Young Women's Christian Association to incigr. Thu former was tnioriioi uteil In 1S7.1 anil the latter In ISItl, The amrs showed tlmt while the Harlem iircaiilziillun has assets of nearly Jino.iiOii, It hus an In debtedness of about the. H.une amount, i.m th. Veu Vork oi aunlzittlnn has iiriiu- erty worth half a million and only a small linlilitcdricss. riontliiu llrslnnrnnl tin I lie lludann. The People's I. Inn lins nrraiiKoil that person Imvliitf friends leiivlntr lieshrossei street i n I he Mlnuiy iiIkIiI bouts may join Iheiii nl illnii"!' on lioitid and ilheiiibm Ii ut r.".itli Ktri'ct when the bout stops thole .il s l.'i n'lloek In order that plenty of tiinn ma)' be allowed lor dining in com. fori riiunei till lie served as early as I o'clock. Fourth Atrnae l.lne In llrooklyn Is' About 87 Per Cent. Finished. III a report issued yesterday by tho I'ubllu Service Commission describing preuress on new subways It was said that there were more than 5,'ssi men at work on the exca vations. Of these s.liio are on the llroad-way-Lexington avenue subway in Man hattan and Tho ilronx. 2.HOO on the Fourth avenue subway In llrooklyn and 123 on the Chambers street section of tho llrooklyn loop subway In Manhattan, HI contracting firms are engaged on ten sections of the Hroadway-loxl!igton avenue line, the contract prices of which aggregate I'lO.fllD.lu:,. Contracts for two other sections on this lino, aggregating! S.1.S.H.47N. awarded by the Public Service Commission but not yet approved by the Hoard of Kstlmate, make a total of con-1 tracts let to dale of l:),n,y),ini.n, t (In the Fourth avenue subwav In llrook lyn four contractors are completing sl sections at a total cost of about I15.0oo.noo. The Fourth avenue subway is now about S7 tier cent, completed. Colonial l.lne on Hammer Schedule. The summer schedule of the Colonial Line to lloston and New Kngland points by way of Providence Is now In force, The steamboats Concord and Lexington leave dally. Including Sunday, from Pier :in, North (liver, arriving In Providence the following morning and connecting with curly trains, Mludeut lluriilars Nrntrnred, Comity !ndKe Fawcett in llrooklyn yes terday sentenced Oscar Jambs, the nieitjnil Indent who pleaded guilt) to burglary In 1 1 lie third degree, lo trom lun suit a half sears lit the years III film Mng Plerie C. lilhhnus, slsoameillcal sl ident, who was , itli Jacobs In numerous robberies, was sent lu the tlmlra Ueformatory. , Klrarhner llroiiKbt n I'nlr of tllncU Krs in Court, A pair of black eyes and a plea of not Kullty ndorned the face of Henry Klrsch ner, 23, of ISC Howard avenue, lliooklyn. who faced Magistrate Hallow in Jefferson .Market Court icslcrday. Klrsclmer Is accused of having attempted to rob Miss Gertrude Huberman, who was earrylni; S19 belonging to her employer, Joseph rinscnbeiK of 134 Spring treet, on Twelfth street, Just off Hroadwuy on Friday, Miss Huberman, who Uvea at 63 Scboles street, llrooklyn, churned 1 it ill with as sault and robbery, Klrschner told Mag istrate Harlow that he saw the youiiK woman stooping down with the bag some distance uway from her, He picked It up. Just then James Clinton of 3b Ham ilton place, Jeisey City, a truckman, pounced upon him and gave him a beat ing. Magistrate Harlow after laughing at his story held Klrachner without ball tot the lirand Jury, Cnthnllr I'nrlsh In Flat hash. Ilishop McDonnell of the llrooklyn Catho lic diocese lias established a new purisli in the Flatbiish section, The church, which will be at Ocean and Foster avenues) will lie named Our ladv of Itefuge. The parish, tho fourth to be organized YUki bush within ten years, will Include the V.nt.1 Mldwoisl anil Hitmars purks districts, The Itev llobeit I''. O'llniiovau, who fins been assistant at the Church of tlie HuW Cross lor ten years, has lieeu appointed rector. 'I he new liurch will slund on a idol fronting ?:il feel on Ocean .ncntie and 10 (eel on Foster ueau. RESTAURANT IN TROUBLE. The Flelschmnnii In the Hands of n Creditors' Committee, j 'Hie I'lelschmann llestaiinint on 1-oity-i second street from llioadiiy lo Seenth avenue is reported to be in the hands of I creditors temporarily, Ciedltors have ii I celved notice that a committee of three of the largest creditors have taken charge mid asking them to put their claims in the bunds ot the trustees, Harry llartli, l.udnig Scholem and Isnan llelneman, uho are to pay the claims out of tho proceeds of the restaurant when collected, The notice states that the property of tho company Is covered by a conditional bill of sale held by L. Harth A Son, They are not disposed to crowd the comiunu- ' but are anxious to cooiieratn In oery way with all the other creditors to continue the business, The restaurant has been nitrated by Iho llrnest II, FloNclimann Company, which was Incorporated on Mnnh IB, mil, with oapltal slock of SJOii.inii, but the plain t not opened until September last, A large amount ol money wan spent in improve ments and lleiijamln llleier, the president and treasurer, was reputed to have ad vanced IMi.WK) cush to the company, On November 14 a chattel smortgage for Sivu.ooo covering al the asset was glen to L. Harth A Son, glassware dealers, hut It Is understood that filu.uio of this has been paid off, William II lleischmann was formerp' vice-president unci Krnest II. Flelschmaun secretury, Humors have been l in circulation for some time that the """""" " ion ii pionianin as antici pate' d ami that bill- were overdue. I lie nietchaiiilUe liabilities are said lo be about $ii isj nnd It Is understood that the capital slock o the loinpany has been turueU ocr to the trustees lo hold iititi the delitsatn paid, when It is to be relume I Ui the former owners. 'Ilie "ale of Iho n els of the Madrid Company, which conducted tlie i .it" .Mu I rid lle-il.iuraul nl l.Wi llio.idw.i' realized 7s,:ni, of which ;u.:iil was 'm the lean anil biiil'lltig nnd $s ii for ill" furniture, etc. this I hillil to lie suflleieiit to cover nil the liens on record and leo" some etiuitv for ciedilors 'I lie sale M stibiect lo approval bv Judge Miner of 1 -I'tllteil States I list in t Court, to come bet in him on Monday. 'lb" Hotel ork (corporation) nl Seic.i" avenue n tit I I liirty.sitli street bus mud" an ofter of settlement to ciedltors at '.Wcenu on the dollar cash. Maurice P. In ul-on of counsel of the coininillee of cteilitori and the Hotel Pimoyors .Ullaiue h.u sent a recommendation lo the croldon to accept the oflcr. SPARKS FROM THE TELEGRAPH. FJertilr car erilie at ('.iliiine I, .Mi was ti.ir.il ?.i it by a slei t iitul rtti p'-1' ilrltrn by a fifty mile k.iIp jiBlinl.n Julius A. "Miller of m, l.ouls a f" Iciiil In lux room In the Mark Tnnlu H"' at lliiunlliul, Mo, follow Iiik n tire Man ila) which mil.,., I u Ioks of tSCi'OO Arthur IJI'ilnstoti, mi ttuplnjre of i lintel 1..1 tule, I'likuK". w.u .1 r. 11" ,i brine i.it. In the r (rl;e.itnK pirnr is lie auli.liuseiiK ut of the html s . st I il i Mrs. W Welter l ile.ul as the remit' el Injurlm received In Frhlo's noim ' I'lirlmiiil.ile, Tin mu tic e hull st tlie soul irn Illinois Normal I'lilvrielly w.o. a " used by llgiiiuliiG, While maiTliiiiK two prisoner tliM.S' tlio nr.. I ,ii Fillmore, l'tu!i. )e-ir'.i Deputy lilierlrf p.tir llunuiii.in - restnl by n lli'llilly Clllleil stales M.Tl"'.C charged with reviving unhiwfi.! ' . atlmi for prociirliu n peiulun Siri-ni hiinitrlii Mm N'.uhui I" ' of nr hour nt llinlnriii . liv lllllle cbsrKlIlk' in ro ,i tu t, Kph t ' ' erls' tlir.e.e.ir-ohl son iI.iiisIIiik " 4 mouth, Il tok twu f.innh.inl. P' in i.iiIiiiui nlrioi IU tieth fimii Hi n 11 foot. Thi chilli iirubaul) will (II-.