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THE SUN, SUNDAY, APRIL 27, 1913.
1 0 Jo CHICAGO OPERA IS TO GO IT ALONE Net nrkiM'f VVlin Itiirki'd Dip pel cll Tlicil' Intnvsl in Conipiiny. , , i MI'ANIXI WILL imli: Mi iiiiolilnn Suppm'tiT Will i Lnnucr Help I'limnce ' Wiwiorn Kiik'rprisp. irr he I ,nrl 'ir'.t- llmix'l resigned from tlm ill r-lllp Of Iho I'llilllllclpllill-ClllCMKO i r tiipiiiy N'Oitliu) of dUTerrnceH ti.nl nnn between liitn unci Cleo- ' L'umiMtiuil. the imi.iieal director of innanv Mr Caiiipiiniiii i now to ru.i.'v the wile IkmiI of the Phlln ,,i i hic.iqn fomwiity . f vvn Iriotinn between Mr Mi ( tiiuivininl nil l:it season, and the Now York holders considered It, was liberal nnd It was accepted. The resignation of Oipt I.vcIIr "h the louder of the New York "interests wan handed in ltiitiieUl.ituly. It has not yet Iwcti acted upon. J-'ollowini; the withdruwul ol hla New York kickers, Mr. Piptwl resigned ns general director Me announced his rPHlunutlnn nt n liini.lu.nti nf flu, Dilcnifo directors on Friday. As noon h word ot .Mr DipiKM H resignation reachcl tupt. l.vdiK the latter telegraphed the Chicago directors insisting that his own resiRiia tlon, ko far not acted upon, le accepted. No reply had been received by Oipt. I.ydlg. late laid tilcht, hut the Insistenco of ('apt l.yilip. left little doilht that his resignation would he accepted, Mr Mackav. Mr KhIiii and Mr Whit ney, although their stock has been sold to the ChiiMiio intoreMs. sn far have re- iii. lined im directors in the comany Mr. Cinvath and Mr Krech, If they have not already sent In their resignation, nioex peeled to do so within a dav or so Mr. Crnvath nod Mr Kreuh represented Metropolitan Opera Company holding in the newer organlz-atlon Their with dinvvnl signifies tho severance of financial airaiiKeinent Isitwcen tho two organisa tion dipt l.vdlg, the spokesman of the New Vork faction, said last night that while, he recognized Mr CampuilnlV ability a a conductor, he did not favor the taking over by the conductor, or musical director, of the function of the general director of the whole otiern company. It Is upon this point or difference apparently that i the split between tho .Metropolitan and ... . I tho newer organization ha come, uippel ('apt. l.ydlg emphasized the ultimate runy here to-day refuncd to discuss Andrea Dippers resignation. It Is feared that tho only opera to he heard here next season will be the Tues day evrnlng performance of the Met ropolitan company from New York. It I also pointed out that the contract of many of the bet singers of the Chicago-Philadelphia company were made not with the company hut with Mr. Plppcl personally. It In said that the contract of Mary Harden, (.'arollnc White, I.tilea Tetraz zlnt, Oharle Datmore and the sensa tional barytone Tltta KulTo were made with Mr. Ulppel and that the Chicago company will have to assemble a whole staff of opera star fur next eaon, WON'T SAY IFLYDIG GOT OUT. lel.e IT" . 'It' Mr.i' it( h- il-rr,. was a general belie! among thos 'ed te the company that one of the ill have to go Then there came . ; i rumors, which always were ! i mph.it icall v. that Mr. Dippo! ' ! i hi one t'i withdraw. t tho differences between the inu 'hrector and the .general director .light about differences between ,lc ago interest and tho Now York lr,irr,.km of the company was then anil .ii'1 i- denied But a I'oitnight or so ago h i ntire Jiew ork interest in the i h ,ig. -Philadelphia company was sold i r.ig.i intcn-t-. headed bv Harold m. unci, i j;' Philip M l.ydig. chairman of h.xiiructois of the Philadelphia-Chicago . impaqv. resigneil at tho same time, ,n.i I' as understood that tho rest of he directors resident in New York would !ign In duo course. T"e i tilcago-I'hlladelphia Opera Com f'Si'V U's organized chietly through tho n'-1 ii IV- of Mr Pippel and lucked Ixith v Hi- Mt'ir.iiolitan Owra Company and .. i iii'jgii interest headel by Mr. Mc- . . '!. Ii was said by one of tho ,-r,i, rs l.i.t night that no I'hiladelphians --r i .1 r"'1 any money into the under- I New Voikers interested wero , , ..-. II Mackay, Otto II. Kiihti. chair i i 1 directors of the Metroiolitan ,in. r,i i .fiipuny; Capt. Philip M. l.ydig. w jiii" i hafnium of the director of , ago Philadelphia company; Marry IViv W titti.ey. I'aul P. Cravath and Alvin u Kieid Hie Interest in the Chicago ''Ir' idelphia company represented by ', naiiie-j has Urn sold to Chicago Wtj.-'i the offer of the Chlcagoans was i i ! l"r 'Ii- New York holdings the ditli i cu'i ies 1,-tweii Mr Pijipel and Mr Cam- good reeling which has resulted between the two organizations and repeutcd tliMt when he disagreed with (he theory thai (ho musical director should have com plete control he immediately sent in his resignation. Mr. Campaniui will he let I in charge of the I hicago-Phlliidelphia company through (he resignation of Mr. Pippel. Whether ho will combine the posts of musical director and general director or will delegate tho latur to some one of ni own choosing remains 10 Pe seen. Mr Camnanlnl had differences with Oscar llaminerstein when Mr Carnpanini, whom Mr. Haminerstein introduce! (o (he American public, was musical director in (lie .Manhattan opera House nut the differences t ltn never reached the acute stage which I hey have reached In Chicago Ono explanation given is (hat ono cannot quarrel too hard with an imptcsario who is also the sole owner Differences of opinion lietween the min-ical director and (he general director at the Manhattan usually were settled, accoiding to tho reports of matters at the time, by referring them to Mr. llum merstein, wno was general director It wassald last night bv person tamlllar with Mr. Hammerstein's plan that the tormer Manhattan Opera House im presario would not seek to bring Mr Jippel, now released, to .New Yin!: t le( nriiili U I'nll of l'lnn fur ('hi rnito .( SrniMiit. f'mcAiio. April 18. "I rRre( that I cannot confirm the report from New York that Capt, I'hillp .M. l.ydig ha resigned as chairman of Hie dluetois of the Chleago Opera Company," said Harold !', McOor- mlck, president of the corporHdnn, (o-night. "We hope In thiee or four daj' to he ahle to give out a line progressive stale- tnrnt telllim many or the plans fur n splendid senHim of opera next year. We are sure these plans will Pe greeted wltll enthusiasm." Mr, MeCormlck said that the opera oftlees here are In confusion over next year's plans. "MAID IN GERMANY" JOLLY COLLEGE PLAY MrtHk Htii! Wijr Club of I'cnns.vl vnnln llrinps Its Show to Town. Ht'MOIt IS FIRST CLASS Zest of the Actors Helps .Make Musical Comedy So Successful. be. As the professor of a beauty sani tarium which boasted Oah'y Deslys, Mary Oardcn and Mlllan Kusscli among Its patrons, he was supplied with excellent material nnd the audience laughed at lilm continuously. As u hlaso dancer nt a cabaret, he was pos sibly at his best, V. T. Towneley as a now type of de tective was another In the list of amun Ing actors. Tho chorus wore Its frocks with grace, danced with amazing vigor and length of steps and was quite ns slim as the prevailing style In youthful pulchritude demands. The play was tho work of Parrell If. Smith and Kd wln M. Uavlbo, who wrotn the text nnd lyrics, nnd Charles P. Ollpln. who com. posed the music. It was repeated last night. OLD TRIPTYCH BRINGS $235. Anirrlenn rl Absiic Intlon Cnils I n iKiiullr (ioort fmnon. The disperml of the Colonim collection i nt nit nlileet ee.lerdnv mnrked (hp cloe of nn unusually suceessful srnMin for the those dramatic "Mll In (if rmn " at VstlrkV. (Ifn. WcLpr ti. 15. Uosr 1'rsdsrlPk Writer t. H. Krctich tr llmlls Monmlns. .X It. Mrfaddpn, Jr Vodka D. n Ilentli :d 'lurks U A. llnBAn Hum Sllek W T Town'ley l'rllz . T. It. Mirrltl 8ated -theatregoers always know that there Is to be one laugh for them that comes well toward the end of the theatrical season, but l nevertheless to tie enjoyed finally. This benediction la the visit of the Mask and Vlg Club of the t'nlverslty of Pennsylvania. We do 1 not envy Philadelphia Its Utile Thea tre and Its excursions Into tbsen for delights wo have had. American Art Association. 'I he highest price was $:j paid by Mr. Ramnelster for a sixteenth century Hyzsn tine (rlptyeh. In which (here was a "Itcsiir rectloii." with various saints, exquisitely painted iiiong Mr. Itauineisier's othrr The clever undergraduates came to purchases wsie An netnuonal medallion Wallack's yesterday ami ac(ed "Maid In of Limoges enamel with the portrait of Germany" after they had -everlcd this Hut we do hanker after the Mask and Vtg Club, which makes one spring Sat urday nflernoon worth the living for us. Ann of L'at lie, seventeetiih ccntiirv, for H3.S0; a "Virgin snd Child" In German stoneware of the fllteenth century, for tl", and two fdueenth cpntury boxes, cov ered with m bas-relief, for 15:. An oak lectern with full length figures of st Gregory mid the Virgin and Child, French llcnaipeance seventeenth century, sold lo Otto Hornet agent, for Jl. A Initeh mnrrirtge chest, entirely covered with lealher find studded with brass ro-ettes, seventeenth century, (old to W W. Seaman, neent, lor i;n An oan cnninrt assist in the huilding up of the new Ham-j (.nvcnleenth eetitury. with door panels merslein oper.Kio enterprise. II also i nnd frlee. carved wun invinoiogicai scenes was s.1 tl liv Otto II Kahn. who is ono sold to Mr .Miieri lor im ol (he lenders in (he proiect to give po-1 (liar priced opera at the C entury I heatie, that Mr Pippel would not have a part in this project The Metropolitan has a contniet with its present dir's'tor, N'r Gattl-Casazza, which has several years yet to run San Francisco interests which are seeking to establish a chain of o-ra hou.-es (o include San Francisco, l.o Ang"les and Hiienos yres are wiid lo be seekim: Mr Pipisd's services fur direetor- jship of (heir project Mr Oippo! wn uuottsi in i nicago yesiertiay as saying that he was leaving the Philadelphia C hicago Company fir u larger and boiler oporliiniiy elsiwhere. As far as the continuance of ojiera in Pluladelphia is concernisi, it was pointi.ni mil yesterday mat morn is no longer any Other sales were Two Flemish oak chairs of seventeenth century lo David Ileseo for lis Italian llenaissanre i hest to Mr Peering for i? Jo. Iron Jewel hox made in Numbers. I"a. to Otto Hornet, agent, for Hue. (able ehiek, made in lluhenita, I5.VI. to Mr Viinriin, for l.'?,.",o The total for the entire sale was J (,noa..V), PAINTINGS BY H. R. BUTLER. nerlences of an Active l.lfr I'.nrleli Kslillilt n Folmini Gullerr. Howard Itnsrelt Ilutler. whoso recent paintings In Mcxieo, t'allfortila and els. where lire now to he seen at the Folsnni gallery. Is ttu artist who Is also a builder nnd an executive and who has crowded Into a huay life more evperleni-es than fall to the lot of most men who paint l.mdsdipes and tlgiim It has been only nn incidenl. for example. (o Mr Hutler to construct the Carnegie serious and sincere works, but you do not actually cnpnire It , . There should be mentioned as one of the best of these canvases "A Valley of lull fornln," with Its rosy mountains nnd n hltl'l-'Mlle tree pi (he foreground. Slid the picture culled "Approaching Cloudburst U qratnntic and potent. BEGGAR LOSES LEG TO FIND TWO GOOD FEET AMERICAN PICTURES SEEN. I'IV Co lit macs Grouped lnterr(- lnly nt .V(iiilro (itpr. Nearly nil (he twenty paintings that com pose (lie little group brought together nt the Montross Gallery to make up a special exhibition have but rei Hilly left the enes of their author. An exception or course s the small picture by Albert P. Ityder, "The White llnise," which must have been done years ago. Not that Its style would give any very definite clue. Inn that Mr Kjder, untor Win I nir Well us Crippled Sailor. When Two Ileal Tar Appeared. Among die Imifers and beggar who shuttled along among (he more pros perous on West 12."th street lasl night was a forlorn rlgiire of n sailor who woie u navy uniform and n hat banu which read "P. S H. Missouri." innately for art, has not completed any new I From one trouser leg n peg reached vrtrlf f.ir n I'ori' Intiis llln,,' li, Im ii rpllleljlllt lt. ........... I .....I It ,1... r..ll..... u, 1 to let his canvases leave his studio as in old Pegas ninisell Mo "The. While Horse" may he taken as a message not new hut none the le-s tititheiitle and worth while ,! lden Weir, with his girl In white. "A Iteverle," sniitids again the note of enduring duality on tin veto look past the Immedi ate moment with Mr Weir's woik It ripens as It get a little older, and Ii also makes a deeper Impres'loii upon you as vour familiarity with It Increases, except InsomeliiKtnnces In which his experiment do not succeed " Iteverle ' I prettv .if.o.1 Wei' He lius also n Moonlight" that Is less distinguished, There Is a llnrntifi Wrilher hem detiiitlntr. like others irom his prolific briiHh In the i.asn ni i rinceion or 10 pnini a uoen or ,,nt fe seasons. i certain slowing down of morn purirau ii Mr. ,arneie iiiiiisijii. GAINSBOROUGH BUYER HID. lleujninln Allninn Whrlher or '( II lloesn'l Purchnaed It. musical burlesnuo to Philadelphia, At lantic City, Pittsburg and other lucky towns. The freshncrt. of undergrad uate humor often sparkles In tho lines of the present play. Ita music com pares favorably enough with the profes sional Jingle which Is served ns nn ac- comiMiilment to such hutnur on the regular stage The two acts delighted the audience. The adventures of a pearl necklace which Is followed over Kurpe by the principal characters In the burlesque form the theme of "Maid in Germany" although that Is not Important In view of the cntsiret, (he dancing, the sketches which abound in the piece. They arc Its real feuture. Somo of the excellent actors In "Miss Helen of Troy" last spring were In the cast of yesterday's play. .1. H. Mc- i Fadden. who Is n miniature "imedlan with a finished style which nny ptnfes. lalonul might envy, still dances not only I with agility but real grace, and H. B. He has been u well known perhaps as a manager of Ih rev enterprl-e as he has In the field o.f art, He has. It seems, used his riei filndtf uollve doing ns a background lor hi work as an artist When you look nt his landscapes, and particularly at his studies made on wind sitept points on the seasliote, you feel the presence of a sound method, n tlrm structure and perhaps h too carefully guarded set of emotion, For It Is Intelligence rather than emotion that speaks to you fiom these competently designed nnd vigorously car ried out themes I here Is no fear of eolor, and he has gone at his self-Imposed tasks with tellsh, unite evldentlv The rtsiili has lieen achieved, however, rather more In terms ol subject interet ihati In the c.ciitlals or expressive drawing nnd eloquent color 'I he llnnl touch of distinction eludes you vou wish for It, you expect It, you feel that It would Infuse real vitality Into these the milliter's energy, ltv Alexunder Si Mil Ing is studv of a landsenpe under moon- the ground und on It the fellow Mumbled Ihtougb the crowd ns best he could At Klghth iivenue, vvheie Hie Jam was thickest, he sank to the slihwulk and spread on Ids knees u small American flag, On hi breast he placed a tin placard which announced that he was Injured In an explosion on tho Missouri and had lieen cheated out of his pension. The man's face was seamed with blue mark W'hlch looked as (hough they might hnve la-en made by powder. Dimes, quarter and half dollars rained Into the ling. He stiufed them into his pockets nnd u sympathetic soul 11IK is n ntMiit ,m n m iiur ,i i.it iiiei, I tin, I'll- , , . . ... , light. Ill which tho quiet beauty of night is 'helped him to Hoenth uvoiiuc. where clear iv suggested Hewing appear with " Lady In bellow, a repetition of a well worn (heme, and the three Tryon. all new, hnve little to mid to what the artist Of the dawn and the distant woodland sireen has slid over and over atialii. W I,. Uithrop Is seen at something near hi best in "Fields In Summer," 'villi Its noble tree palpitating with light I'.lllntt ho dropped again. "Oh, look le 'v come some mole sailors," a youngster culled out, point ing Up the slreel to II couplo ol mid dles. Hei'ore the child had finished the sen tence the pcglegged sailor had Jumped Hill to Sell evvnrU ltr. iimiiaerne n s vnreous roior eounis enec- ' i i. ...v ,. ., , tlvely In a small sea ple.-e. and there ure.an- ."V ... . " , ' """: vases hy Henty . Ie. Charles A Mnter, leaving behind him his wooden leg mid J F Murphy and (ini I Melchers using In Its place a perfectly good foot The show w III last through M.iv n ,,,, tucU,,tl ,,.lrk , ,,s ,.,.,- leg "He'M a fake." snld the sailors thrv W vstiivoliiv. prll :o - Sale bv the (.. - w,,r(, ,.,.,, ones "we've heard of htm be emmsnt of the present Federal nulldlng , forP Aml j,, knim. .,,. thH , ,,, '." NW" .'.'' ,0I "' l""1.llo!." ''"'".! that gathered nroiind--"tlu.t the Jl.snn.non nnd construction of a new huild-1 ,-.... ., .,,i.i .,, , ,.v,.. ing are provisions of a bill Introduced In wernment would not let a man who the House to-day by llepresetitatlvo McCoy lost his leg In the navy beg for bread. Heath, looking yesterday enough like The report th benjamin AKinun of Hthel Harr.vmore (o be her sister, as N'ew Vork was iho buyer or Gainsborough's ' well as It (5. Morris, with his agreeable land-cape, The Market Cart," which sold tenor voice, survive from lasl jenr. on Friday a( Christie s in London lor Hoo.sito Th(, mancpuvrc of tlr c.-.orus are went unconfirmed yesterday .quite as intricate as the professional .:,,-. f ...h were being brought ,(;, r , ,SS VI"" ., T?rJ'"?Z". V .m performances reveal and occasionally .the argument ;,ny to give,s;rfo, -mance, in Philadelphia H ri.;,,rd on- at auction tar i'1"" wlt" mor ,mnB 'nn U"," V. Pippel through his long service, I he Metropolitan ( oi.se there ,bori,Blli ,(,.. greatest previous ,gre """' singe managers display The .',.' Metropolitan Open li-ip... held , ,,H,.",".1'V'hr,.,.f!V )l V ".vil ,,ll,'.""., io hi, credit being the mo.ooo which ,!danclng was Indeed above the standard .. . . .. . . . rftairirin.fi ih'ii ir iff. if tut! fttni-. ii. ill ii. . . . .l ... . t. , .. . ..i.. . .1... 1.1.... .......... - paid lor ine porirau m uie iui.-iies m ui .ui in ioerriuu,u n,-i e ,u un; iiiiiu. lavaiUblij to tho Metropolitan company (io.ter at the fluke ot Cambridge's mle ! Th,,p rolleclate amateurs nns.e.ss ion niesiiay nignis during tno otH-ra , Mr AKinan could not tie readied yester-. ... .. ,7 ... . ..... Ins mean l ie New Vork .loin- . rl.-.v Inn hi, i-erretar e -a d Ih"!' knew J"i "ie 'lu.nuy uiai eo'i) proourer eiiiiris wiik.ii o'ra'ii i ....... i, iwl leaves no date oixmi at tho nothing of ueh a. purcha-e 1 he (ilcture i of musical farce trie to impart to 'titldeii'" il the directors of the omiianv. who also were directors .. 1 Ml ro, ..lilt. ill lf t 'n 111 . .Mtillil i i...; ... . ... r.....,r,. ,.i.i..i. .,!. season v,nrk. dill not favor the division of ' ,;' r...i hotweeq the geneial director , mtisi''nl director mid sought e vs.. funciioiis which Mr Pippel : ,i- lielollglllg lo 111" general V w ork din?tiirs supnoi ts Mr I his position The Chicago .r. .ecording to the same report n sji-ie of Mr Campaniui , fa. v all olTer was mad" bv the Chi- .1 I-..- ,1,., ,. l.loV, i, ...I hi .il in New ork The od'er. no I the Iphia liniie for l'liil.nl'.'li'hi.i company the STARS MAY GO WITH DIPPEI. Chic liro- 1 dealers along Fifth avenue were "Cepllcul , ' to a mnn upon tne siinjei'i ami ii was pointed out that Mr Hunan was not Interested In i he 1'iigllsh -chool anil had not piirclni-.'.l nliv such work- tor eigni or ten ycHrs past Mr gii.w. tin- I union dealer viho put- ch i-"d the loiin-liornuidi laml-eape. prai- his cohorts. They are bubbling with spirit and enthusiasm and their obvious delight In their work add Vitality to every step they take n' note. they sing The spirit of youth trl- Mfir? Gnr.lrii nnd (Klirra Mnfle C un trncl With i:-lllreclor. tif.uiv auiiiiueu in ii me inireiiHse ,ts lor iimpnani is an turougii ttie p. r hlmself In a .-.ilile eterda to Snitt A fnP,tlnllr. ! Fowles. the picture dealers, he offered them I ormanc 'nil of his pur. bases at this sale, with the We know of no comedian more enter. "l'W.'.,.m "onmev s i.oriraii oi -viasier mining In his self-possessed and quiet i I,..v,.,m,u April :'fi.- nirecton, of Thornhl.r and I , y r;;- ttrab of "Udv , wny ,han Mr Mc,.ll)ll(,n m.vrr c Chlcago-i'hll.idelphlii opera Com-1 upon a London option loses hla repose however funny he may American Travelers Abroad Are Divided Into Two Classes Those Who Do, and Those Who Do Not Use American Express Company Travelers Cheques Official figures arc sometimes interesting for instance: During the year ending December 31st. 1912, all Steamship Companies covering North Atlantic and Mediterranean ports, carried East bound, 101,771 first-class and 126,684 second-class passengers. During the same period the American Express Company supplied funds in the form of their Travel ers Cheques to 81,013 persons. If it is reasonable to estimate that the average party consists of two, and that all the American Ex press Company Traveler! 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Sizes 5x8 ft. and tix8 ft. regularly 98c; at Sizes 7x8 ft. and 8x8 ft regularly $1.28; at ouki vitiT nmifiiiu, riri lour Sizes lOvK ft. and 12x8 ft. regularly $l.9S; ai , (Cltl-l'VIIl 1 lliillillnr I lii l l.fir 75c 95c 1.35 Other Big Sales for Tomorrow Women's ?.14..'0 m $45 Suiti. 24 stunning styles, cronge, wool pop lins, chitfon serge, whipcords, wor steds, diagonals, shepherd checks and stripes; models include San Toy, Mandarin, Kimono, "Trot leur," Balkan andCutawajs; com plete range of fashionable colors; also black; choice, 5Q (No C. O. I)., mail, 'phone or ap proval orders filled on these suits.) t'lonranco of Womcn'is Suits- for merly to .525: at 12.75-16.50 Women's 50r Thread Silk Hunt Hosiery -tan and black; OQ pair .fiilC Women's $1.25 Kxtra Fine Full Fashioned I'uro Thread. Silk Ho sierytan. hlatfk and HQkn colors; pair 1 Wnmen't. S3.50 and $4 Foot-.lould High Shm-x every possible stle in patent leather, tan Russia calf, gun-metal calf and kidskin; button or lace; not every size and width in every style, but all sizes and widths in the entire SO ntr lot; at U30 Women's S3.50 "(iabj" Colonial Pumps black, gray and brown suedes; aNo while "Nu-buck"; all sizes and widths; $2 Jfj Messnline Princi'hH Slips -lavender, pink, blue and while; $g Oyg $4 Silk Jersey-Top Pelt i routs with messaline flounce; SO f7Q i j at IN OUR MAIN BUILDING Washable Peltirnsis of rhainbray. gingham "J QQ(0Q am) wash crepe; alJiC Uv up. Women's Head) -to-Wear Real Hemp Hats pokes, mushrooms, and other popular shapes; trimmed with velvet, flowers, fruit, etc.; various colors, also black; wonderful bar- S" QfT gains, al X.Itl The Latest Millinery Success - The "Bow" Hat straw shapes trimmed with moire ribbon, satin ribbon, taffeta and other silk materials; angle bows; best colors; conservi tively valued at $12; ff ry(T tomorrow, at U. I tt $1.50 Double-Width All-Silk Dress Chnrmcuse tightly woven sur face; all the approved $1 1( dress tints; yard IlV $1.75 (40-lnch) Black ("harmeuse a yard $3.50 (44-lnrh) Black Crepe Meteor -splendid quality; a $Q yard . O Opera-l.ength"Celona" Pearl Neck laces priced eisewnere at $iu and $ 5: some arc inuc- structible; at SI Knallsh Voile washable; 45 inches wide, great range ol colors; a yard 7c Bleached Cotton Twilled Toweling a yard $l.f9 Japanese Renais sance Scurfs -eac h . 25r Sheer l.lnnet Lawn-40-inch; a yard 1.25 5 45 49c 5c 98c 12 ',c C5e lo 75r Imported F.mhroidered Swisses, Voiles nnd QQi Crepes a yard OtC S;i.!t8 "India" Model Umbrellas- in black only; covered with a fine grade of silk; styles for men ami for women; guaranteed SO for two years, at u "KayscrV" Heavy lG-Rutton-I.englh Milanese Gloves - Paris-point hack; entire arm handsomely em broidered; black, white $1 and colors; at . . X $1 All-Wool Cream Storm Serge--with black hair-line stripe; 44 inches wide; h JjQg (At least 50 equally big bargains in our Dress Goods Store, to morrow). 50 Visiting Crds -with new plate engraved in script (name only); regularly 95c; 49C Gold-Initial Correspondence Cards 24 cards, die-stamped in gold, with 24 envelopes to match. The initial is the new border engraved block design; extra qual- . , ity cloth finish stock; - Q usually J9c; at XI7L Spring's Greutest Sale of Rose Bushes. Shrubs, Privet for Hedges, Seeds, Fertilizers, etc. Our "101.1" May Sale of Groceries The Great Festival and Pure Food F.xpnsltion of (he Year Begins Tomorrow. Also many Specials In Fine Wines and Liquors. IN OUR GREEN HUT BUILDING $8.50 Ceiling Dome Lights beautifully designed ; 22-inch dome with eight ari-glass panels, in amber, Rreen or Nile green with beaded fringe to match; all metal pans in brushed brass finish; complete with Vv'elsbach inverted burner, mantle and globe; gfj Refrigeratorspopular styles, with white enamel-lined provision chambers; values $7.50 $f Pf $1 Q to $20.50; at D.OU IO Walnut Stained Screen Doors sizes from 2 ft. ti in.xfi ft. Ii in. to 3 ft.x7 ft.; al Blue-Flame Oil Stoves 2-burner size; easy $q OK to keep clean; excellent cooker; at 000 98c $20 Solid Mahogany Combination l-.xtenslon Tables at $.15 Handsome Quartered Oak Hall Stands at $150 Solid Mahogany Curio Cabinets at ihrury and 17.50 75 Window Screens perfect-adjusting; black wire; OQf 24 inches high, 21- to 33-Inch extension; at . 6tOv (Other sizes up to 3d inches high, 23- to 37-inch ex tension, at 48r.) Bamboo Furniture suitable for bungalow, cottage, etc., specimen value is a corner chair with 15- $0 ,T inch square matting-covered seat; at A.Ut.1 I Plenne nee our large advertisements in today's WORLD, today's AMERICAN and today's HERALD tor details of trie anove ana omer imptinam saics tor tomorrow. The B;te Store GBEElWT-S m A Citv in Itself EL COOPER G. Sixth' AVBHWH O . B.GREENRUT, Pres.. IB to !9Strts iDouble &VC Grun Trading Stamp Before 12 o'clock Single Stamps Thereafter