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THE SUN, SUNDAY, MARCH 16, IMS.
CARNIVAL BEGINS IN ST. PATRICK'S HONOR 1. Altmatt $c (bu TIioiimiihIs of Irish Americans Tnk hirt in TIiivp Dhjs Festivities. ltlfi PARADK TO-.MOItROW AmnioiDmice for TUESDAY amd WEDNESDAY, March 18fh amid 119th, A DISPLAY OF SPR11NQ AND SUMMER FASH DONS In M the depart mrneinits devoted to Wearninig Apparel for Wornem, Misses annd Chufldrem, as we 111 as to Siflks, Laces and Dress Fabrics. Gov. Sul.cr Sppnks nt Hiinqtict f Ireland". American Friends. A llucp ilnyM rnnilVHl In honor of St. r,itrlcl I'fKiiii yotrriliiy with illnnrrfi mid hallo iittiMiih-d by IIkhikjiiuIh of loyitl orMilppri. TIip rllinj.x will ho reached to-morrow nfiei mum, when the hum pantile uf Dip Atich'iit Order of Hiber nian:) of N'pw YnrK ruiiiity will phuji In tpvIpw hpfoip tiov. Sulzer, Muynr jny nor mid C.inlluul I'arloy. Tlio Mk liainiii"t luwt night huh that of trpliind'n American Friend, which whh held ut Hip Hotel AMnr, anil at which Oov. Miilcr and I.leut.-Uuv. Martin Olynn were the chief t-peulcrn. Othrr funrtloim of the cmmiIiir were, the re union and hall of tho Cork Mpii'h Pro tective and l(cticulenl A.Miclatlon In the Now Amsterdam Opera House and the cplcl'inltim held by the Weot Meuth Men h Ap:-iwatli'ii ill tli VorUvllle I'aclno. To-il,i the I'ilM Itcplment of the Irl.h Voluiitiei will no to .fert-ey I'lty to help their .Ier?ey countrymen make merry on the cnen. Ourttii; the eve nine there will he ycores of private cele liratlono all over the greater city, at n'hleh prominent men. many of tlipm without Irlt-h hlnod In their veins, will be present. l'ather Slienly. S. .1.. will leetur nto In the cvenhiK at Cnrtiecle Hall on "Ireland's Idealp." and there will he n concert of Irish muMe after the lec ture. The Kteat parade which In to mark the helsht of the home rule celebration will Mtart promptly at .1 o'clock to morrow affrnooii on Fifth nvenup Just north of Korly-heeond Mreet, and will end at 127th street and Secptul avenue, where It will disband and enter Harlem TUver Park for the Itlir nlclifs festival. Headed b the Sl.vty-nlnth ltcg1ment, under the coiiunand of I'ol. Iui X. Conley. Hi" procession will pass by the revlewlnc sland In front of St Patrick's t'athedral. at Fiftieth street and Fifth avenue, t 'n the stand will be Cardinal Farley aniT oilier hurchinen, flov. p!ul.-er and his military stan. Mayor Oayjior. Police Vninil-sloner Waldo, Street t'Wanlm: (omnilsslotier Fdwards and Postmaster Kdwnnl M Moruan. Following the Sixty-ninth will be St. Peter' a "adet Corps of New Urighton, under the direction of Mtrr. 0Hsaldy. the county ittirer of yueens county and the members of the- Ancient Order of Hibernians, a thousand strotiK. Then will coni" Orand Marshal Mlchnel .1 ronnntiKliton and his aids, followed bv lx division chaplains on horseback. Next 111 lino will ! the Ancient Order of Hibernian of New York county, headed by the t'atlxdic Protectory Hand and llfty-tw Irish county oreanlr.a tlons. At the Hnrlem River Park many kinds of nniiisements will be provided for the friends of the different orsranl-7-atlnn. There will be exhibitions by Gaelic dar.cliiK classes and Hie slmrlnt: of Irish airs. Tho Irish Volunteers will Join in the Rt. Patrick's O.iv parade In Brooklyn 1o-mornw. Tin- First Keirimnut, which will also take pari In the Brooklyn celebration, will hold its annual review and reception In Terrace Oarden In the venlnp. "ol. Charles .1. Crowley will net as reewlnK olllcer The Corknien's Mutual Aid Society will hold a reception and ball In the Manhatxn Casino. l.".,"th strict and T'lphth Henue. and the Second Hesl ment of Volunteers will hold Its ball and rolew at the Imperial Hotel. Tied Hoorf lane nnd Fulton street. Brooklyn. flow Sulzer will nnswer to the toast "The State of New York" nt the sixty fourth annual dinner of the St. Pat rick's Society of Brooklyn nt the Waldorf-Astoria to-morrow evenlnc Presl dent OeorKe .1. S. nowlintr of the so ciety wilt speak on "The St Patrick Society" nnd -William C Tledfleld. th new Secretary of Commerce, has been put down for n talk on "The Fnlted States." Ten thousand members of the An cient Order tif Hibernians and other Irish American societies will parade In Jersey City and Hoboken to-day. A difference of opinion yesterday over the engagement of n non-union band threatened to mar the proposed parade, but the dlflletilty was settled with th understanding that none but union bands would furnish tho music SHIP CANAL TONNAGE GROWS. nnBllKh Concern Heportu Inrremed Iteeelpta for M Month. The fifty-fifth half yearly report of the Manchester Ship Canal Com pany. Untied yesterday by C.loster Arm strong, the New York representative of the Knfllsh concern, shows an Increase In the receipts of the ship canal depart ment nf H 1 S.sno for the half year, as compared with the corresponding half of the previous year The combined work ing profit of the department, together with the brldKowatcr department, was $910,320 The wclcht of merchandise, Imported and exported, which paid toll for tho use of the canal 'M larger for the half year by 241.&83 tons and the expenditure was only MS.Sfi'i larger, although the Insurance art which cjuiie Into force in July necessitated an Increased expendi ture of ,$35,000 a year The whole year's receipts In the ship rianal department were $3,02,fe!)!i, as agalnpl $2,904,20.' for the preceding year. The balance for disposal by the company was l,5S9,09r. John K. ltythell, chairman of the rom nuny, In commenting on the report pointed nu,t, that .Manchester "Is now classed as one of the gryat seaports of the kingdom" and t)fa( It has built up already n traffic of $5,500,000 of merchandise and revenuo of over $3,000,000, 6PABKS FROM THE TELEGRAPH. A wreck occurred Friday nleht on the Seaboard Air Mm Hallway near Skelton Station, Va., which derailed a number of cars and Injured Hi" conductor and tire man. The accident was the result nf a collision between sections of a long freight train, wntfih hud broken apart. Henry V. Hollls, (he new Democratic Hcnutor from New Hampshire, took the odth of office yehteida. 111 credentials we.ro RubuilUcd by his coltcxgiie. Senalor Olllnor, Mr.' llollls Is the st Heino erttln Senator from New Hampshire since Kmapuel Jivkcou, a negro, was found tulltx of the tyurdtr of Andrew .1, llipiu. a prowtflfl fMVOtr of Sussex iDUUty, ,V.. yrdJ.Vv1Ui'tx f"-ll"-j'. I'miW jMcksoh, S. AltttUttt $c 010. are now showjnug, 5 irn their Women's Read y-to Wear Department. Afternoon and Evening Gowns and Two aBud Three-piece Tailor-made S mi StsSn models that represent the best workmanship, madje up fin the most fashionable materials after the latest Paris models. Included are designs especially suitable for small women. The Hoimse Oown Department is exhibiting: the new styles in Women's Boudoir Gowns and Negligees, comprising importations from Paris and the origin ations of American designers. The rich materials now in vogue are represented in this interesting collection, including Crepe dc Chine, Brocade, Chiffon ard Fine Laces. Fine French Lingerie in a new and extensive assortment, has just been received and is now being shown. It includes the latest Parisian novelties in dainty undergarments, hand-embroidered and lace-trimmed, among which are Bridall Sets, Princess Slips, Corset Covers and Combination Garments; also many new and attractive models in Matinees, Petticoats, etc. The Corset Department is showing new importations of FRENCH CORSETS, em bodying the most advanced ideas of the Parisian corsetieres. Included are Boneless Corsets, made of single and double-weave tricot in fil, cotton or siDk, tricotine, peau de suede, peau de daim, etc.; Exercising and Bathing Corsets, laced in front; "Le Vertige," a novelty in dancing corsets; Corselets; Eques trian Belts; and Enveloppantes of English elastic, for reducing purposes. Also the new Brassieres, in a variety of fine material; and the "Bebe" Bust Supporter, for wear with evening gowns. Altmati & (!In. have, in the section off the Lace Depart ment devoted to Chiffons, an unsurpassed variety of Imported Chiffons and Chiffon Voiles, representing all the newest effects and a color assortment of several hundred shades. Included in the selection is a sheer Chiffon Voile which is especially desirable because of its remarkable durability. The Upholstery Department. is displaying a large and attractive selection of new patterns in Upholstery Fabrics for the Spring and Summer seasons, including a wide range of textures and colors in sun-fast materials for Window Draperies, Portieres, Wall Hangings, Furniture Coverings and other decorative purposes. Also a great variety of Imported Cretonnes for Slip Covers, etc. SAMPLES AND ESTIMATES SUBMITTED. TO FACILITATE SHOPPING, SPECIAL SALESPEOPLE WILL, IF REQUESTED BE DETAILED TO ACCOMPANY PATRONS TO THE VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS. ATTENTION IS DIRECTED TO THE MODERATE PRICES PREVAILING. FIFTH AVENUE. Thirty-fourth and Ijhirty-fifth Streets NEW YORK 8. Altttttttt & (Efl. have arranged the following Special Events for TO-MORROW (MONDAY), March 17th : An Important Sale of Tailor-made Suits for Misses and Small Women These Suits, representing the latest ideas in smart Spring garments and made of the new fabrics in the fashionable colors, offer very excep tional values at . . . $119.50. 22.00, 25.00 & 29J Also a Special Offering of Misses' Coats made of Wool Eponge throughout . the desirable Spring shades and silk-lined at $117.50 In the INFANTS' WEAR DEPARTMENT Little Children's Coats and Imported Dresses will be on sale at prices much below their actual value. Hand -made, Hand - embroidered Skirts, sizes months to 3 years, Hand - made, Hand - embroidered Dresses, sizes 6 months to 2 years in Empire and kimono styles, at $3.00; in yoke effects, at $2 . 1 0 at 65c. Hand - made, Hand - embroidered Dorothy Dresses, sites 2 to 4 years, at . .$1.75 Coats of Navy Blue Serge or black-and-white shepherd check, sizes 2 to 4 years . . . at $4.75 Men's and in seasonable weights, at the Women's Lisle Thread Hose, in black, white or tan per half-dozen pairs . $Llf5 Women's Silk Hose, in black, white or tan, with cotton tops and soles . . . per pair 70c Women's Black Silk Hose per pair . . . 95c. Also CHILDREN'S BLACK per half dozen pairs men's Hosiery foliowing attractive prices: Women's Black Silk Hose, with hand-embroidered clacks per pair . . . . $1.50 Women's Silk Hose, in black or white, with open-vork instep per pair .... $2.25 Men's Silk Half-hose, in black or colors, with cotton tops nd soles, per pair .... 45c. RIBBED COTTON HOSE, . . . $1.20 8. Altaian & (So. will make a remarkably interesting offering in the WOMEN'S NECKWEAR DEPARTMENT of Marabou Boas in black or natural color, usually sold at $4.50 and $5.50, at the special prices of . . . $2.75 & 3.75 THE DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT A New Importation off French Wool Eponge in the Spring colors favored by the leading Paris couturieres, will be 4 placed on sale at ........ per yard $2.50 Actual values $3.75 to 4.50 A CUSTOM ORDER DEPARTMENT has now been opened for Women's Tailored Blouses and is showing new models in the season's smartest styles and materials. Orders will be accepted for Blouses in the regular sizes at prices ranging from $5.00 u FIFTH AVENUE - Thirty-fourth and Thirty-fifth Streets NEW YORK