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THE SUN, SUNDAY, APRIL . 27, 1913.
f-f RAILWAYS VICTIMS OF MILITANTS' TORCHES Empty hiciiiri'r Curs til tlinuton I n in Hired In Fire. Tcil- I.KADKHS CO TO COIH! .Mis Ki'iiiii'v. Mrs. Itrtnmnoiiil iiml ii .Mini eh ii ru ril us TriHililc MiiUrrs. Tii i nl, ir th .'iitiri In Tnr. Si l.osit'iN. April .''!. Thoroughly planned w.is (In- latr.t exploit nf tho MiffniKclic tlrehuKs H.irly this timrn lim .1 l.itnp llBhior discovered lire 1 iinenipt n. mi nf tin- London nnd South, western, "ii ii sidetrack nt TnlilltiKtoii, triu wind tlirrntcnc.. the vvbrle train. Imt tin- lliemeii succeeded In ex tlraitlsh'ni; tin Names. UNO i.. I' w.r burned out vv'l'le the others vcr- I'.idly il.imnKcil. Vint omits about tin- train. Indicated that a woman wns the culprit and tin- usual suf fraifttc lltcrntuiv was fntind. The cushions in the cars were snaked with paraffin and there were candles underneath tne sent.i Many of these had hum! out without l:rnllit:; any thing else 'Ml snaked wood anil cot ton wont were placed nlnnixslito the cars to help the flames to spread. Klve rmpty two R.tllon oil-drums were found In the vicinity Another militant uttempl was made at the Westmlll station of the Oreat Hast rrn Itnllwny. A store shed wiih sot on tire there. A farmer at 3 o clock Huh morn Inc alarmed the tire brlKade. which ox tlnRiilshed the flame with little dam nse. A woman's oil soaked clove, handkershlef and n card blamlnir the Government for the attempted outrage jtave clues to the perpetrator or perpe trators. The pollco learned to-day of an at tempt to he made to destroy the crand stand at the football crounds at Pres ton, hut those who were commissioned to carry out the pint tied In time to cs cape arrest, They left behind crips fined with tire lighters, parafllne and nhavlncs. There were no arrests n nny of these cases. Miss Annie Kenney. Mrs. "Cienernl" Drunimnnd and Oeorse l.ansluiry, n for mer member of Parliament, were brought up In the How Street Police Court to-da; as defendants In the fiovern ment's ense to prevent them from In citing others to commit unlawful deeds. After a lengthy dispute on the Jurisdic tion of the court, the case was con tinued. During the proceedings n group of suffragettes who had gained admission to the court room started a demonstra tion and ceased only wtion warned by the court attendants that n coritlnuanco of their actions would result In their ejection from the courtroom nnd possi ble arrest. Outside the court building a militant brigade marched up and down with hm ners and sandwich signs, while a croud of 3,00n person jeered and hootud them. There weie a number of suffragettes In the crowd and from time to time they gave luty cheers for the "cause." Miss Kenne.y. who Is one of Mrs. Pank hurst's most militant followers, was arrested at the headquarters of this Women's Social and Political I'nlon on April S Since that time she has been out on I i,l of 3,000 nnd her promise to ohserve good behavior until her case was disposed of Attorney A. II. Mulr appeared against the two women and the former member of Parliament as the prosecutor for the prnwn. I. P. Mulr represented Mls Kenney Ills appearanre as the coun sel for the sulfragette occasioned nuieli surprise as hitherto he had been nsso elated with the prosecution of tlm mili tants. Attorney Iiodkln In opening tlm cases said that the proceedings were In. stltuted as a preventative measure, I. p., to have the defendants agree to preserve tho peace nnd to give bonds to seal their promises. lie said he could not ask se vpre punishment as the defendants had not done anything to warrant such. Miss Kenney and her codefendants are liable to ii sentence of six- months In prison If found guilty of Inciting others nnd they refuse to give bonds. Poth Miss Kenney nnd Mrs. Drummond ap peared in court -with their baggage fully resigned for a sojourn In Jail. "It Is an Insult to American women to ask them to entertain those so-called statesmen when Kngllsh women are warring against them." Mrs. Drummond wild In regard to the departure of the Hrltlsh peace commissioners for the t'nlted States to-day. ANOTHER NANCY "INCIDENT. Two (,'erinnoa At luck Tim French men Cornier I ntoileHteil. tpfcitll VnKlf rt"ltr h to THE Si s Paris, April 21.--Tho following des patch was received from Nancy to night; "Two Germans attacked two French magistrates. who weic severely handled liescuers arrived and llooreil the Teutons, who were then Jailed. Diplomatic Intel fereuee, however, Is not probable, as the Germans were very drunk. ' German aenal war craft have been landing near Nancy lately and about a fortnight ago a party of Germans were roughly handled in a theatre at Nancy. Diplomatic tangles between Franco and Germany were threatened, but the In cideiits wen- settl, I amicably. The latesl Nancy affini Is self.settllng. SEA BLESSED AT MALTA. I'ietiiiexiiir Ceremony llliertpil nt I'.lii'linrlntle Coiiureaa, firrhil 1 nlilr hi"Urh In fur. Si Malta. April 2!.- To-day's featuio at the Km ha l ist ie Congress wnH the pic turesque ceremony attending the bless, nig of tho sea from Harr.ieca, the most lofty part of . Valletta overlooking the harbor Cardinal Forrata, the papal legate, currying the host, ascended the tribune and blessed the sea tin Ice amid the ac clamations i if a Mist i oiicourse, the ringing of bells and the blowing of , liens GOMEZ ENTERTAINS MEN0CAL. rrrMrn (.lira Dinner fur Ilia ue ceaaor nml 4'nlilurt. r'-ul Vablr len)ilrh In Tnr Si IlAANA, April 26. President Gome, entertained lYesldent-elect Monacal and th members of the forthcoming new Cabinet at dinner to. night. Tho palaco Illuminated, GHENT EXHIBITION OPENS. Ilelulmi f iiiiuii section Pen tore nf I n Irrniil lonil I Shorr. Vxrurl i l,lf Hrintri In Tils Siv OiiUNT, Helglum, April 26.- nhent wn n rlty of (lowers to-day, Masses of blooms, red ones pieilomlniitlng, and hanging haskMs, bedeck the streets, fill the squares and the railway station, Tho giant Mower show In the old park, thirty acres in extent, was the chief iittriii Hon of the luiernatlon.il exposi tion, which was Inaugurated this after noon by King Albert, Queen Kllzabcth and their eldest son. Prince Leopold, to gether with a brilliant assembly of notables. The exposition has not been Mulshed, owing to the wotklngmen's strike In Bel gium, which also affected Ghent, but strenuous efforts are being mule to complete the various buildings, exhibits nnd other feat. ires of the show, line of the rights of the exposition Is an Interesting contrast between the most modern spinning and weaving machinery Ithe chief Industry of Ghent Is textiles) and all old I'lemlsh village where the primitive methods are shown. The most striking feature of the show l the Pel glun section, which Includes the Congo llulldlng nnd a magnlllcent panorama of 1,700 square meters which was painted 1 by Mathlou and Mistlen, two ltelglan artists. The grounds of the exposition were miperhly Illuminated to-night. The Illuminations wll continue during the whole period of the show. Among the foreign nations Prance has the most complete exhibit, her section being devoted to exhibits comprising spepimi ns of nearly the whole of her products. The Hrltlsh anil German ex hibits are also splendid. The 1'nlted States Is not represented olllclally In the sense of nn ndequatp display of American products arranged by the Government, but an appropria tion of 125.00') was given by the Pnlted States Congress. Individual American and Helglan tlrms having dealings with the Pnlted States have placed exhibits In the 1,000 square metre spaco In the International section allotted to Pnlted States. the AMERICANS BARELY POLITE, SAYS DANCER Mlle.Xapierkowskn Disillusioned After Her Visit to This Country. ,ffiiif (ViMc )cj;i.j!cA In Tnr. Six. Puns. April 26. America Is in danger of losing Its reputation of being a land of fortune for nrtlstes. "Our celebrated artistes," says Mas, "start for the Pnlted States In an enthusiastic man ner. They announce that they are to rocelve fabulous sums for their engage ments and anticipate triumphs which will keep them away for a long time. Nine out of ten of them come back pre maturely and remain discreetly silent. They give vugue reasons for their pro- the climate and the exacting work vrn,:Kv' ,l WT " . ""f'r' W too much for them In America. The ex. ceptlons to this rule are very rare. Few or our artistes make great successes In America." Unn Cavallerl and M, Muratore, the operatic stars, are not among the grum blers. They say In n diplomatic way that their tur was shortened because the travelling In the Pnlted States was too exhausting. Mile. Napterkowska. the dancer. Is moro outspoken. "I did not bring any good souvenir of the Americans, though I must ihnnW them tor their charming widcoine at the ' theatre," she said. "Hut what a race they nr.- of narrow opinions' How they deny themselves of any manifestation of oeauiy i mn to understand now any one can sincerely admire them and their customs. Their towns are without mon uments, troCH or muieums, or almost so. 1 They are barely polite. They Jostle you on the streets without making any apol ogies. If anything 'chic' or alluring Is lounu u is certain io nave come from i that the President and the State De-Kuros-. They have no sentiment or I partment would take no hand in the any form of elegance. I am completely negotiations in any way. The Pros! disillusioned In regard to tho Aiuerl. dent expressed his satisfaction at the rn'1H," , I prospect that China was to obtain neces- While the sympathy of Pans with j Kiry fllnds from an American source Isadora Duncan over tho tragic drown- . Hnd the assurance asked for was given. I rig of her two children is very deep. It x0w. however, tho bankers llnd that must bo admitted that the people have Government approval seems to be been somewhat shocked at What It ,.resi.rv f. ..nv fo.lher i.r..ee.llnr termed their "pagan funeral." "One would have wished," writes one com mentator, "that the remalna of the poor little victims had been surrounded only by grief and without display, a frankly sincere despair, the sublime lieauty of religious adleux." Many per sons seem to have been grieved at what they call too much art and the pagan scene of music, and Isadora's appearance at the head nf the staircase which led to tho studio, where the coffins were. Another newspaper writer says: "All that was assutedly beautiful, but it was beautiful as the vision of an opera which was being regulated by a clever stage tnanager. The pagan experiment may be Interesting, but the theatre, and music (esthetics might have been re nounced before the two little coffins. The artists might have forgotten their art nnd only remembered their grief." FEAR SANTIAGO REVOLT. (oiieritnr of I'rotlncr Inalrnelnl to Wnleh l,nnillnu of rina, jirrntt I'ahlr Itfujulti A In Tlir. Si . Huana, April 2i. Hicause of the con spiracy of revolution lu Santiago it Is reported that the Government has wired i.i Hie Governor of Pint province In structions to In most vigilant, especially against the lauding of artn. BIG TIME FOR NEW R0CHELLE. elllemeol li II nu lie nol lo He Olr lirnleil In .In hp, Nkvv ItooiiKi i.i;. N V Api "it The Huguenot S"Ocliitlii all'l Hie cltv IMllllill. Mies me planning the hlum-st elebnitliin evi l belli In Wcslehesti l foiint to lildrk the 22.1th niinlveis;ti of ili settlement of New- lloelielle li tbe Punch llllKllinotS fiom l.a Itoehrlli.. Piniiee. The ri'lt'l, mil. hi u bed,, no Sunday, June Ti, with special seniles In tlm eliurelies Paiiulex. topeptlnnx lo Hie dele, gali s fiom Prance, water pageant and III. '.mii k will loiitlnue thioiiKliout week. thf'u Mull, I In in Digger I'lmla HnK of Jesse Alirains, while dlKKlng clams In the vicinity of Long Iteaeli, found a mall poiirh tb.it Imil In en washed up by til" ll'li- II" notified i tin postal authorities, 'the Iiiik contained Hint lIiish mull fluin Naples, ltal, ninl was ilestlneil for nt, , I.i ml. It Is tliniiKbt tli.it the Iiiik was dropped overboard fiom the liner New I York wlicn I no maun vvmn Indus trans ferreit at I api ii Quarantine, on the night of FIVE POWER LOAN READY FOR SIGNING Clilnn to CH SI -J (ion. (Hill From Powers. Willi Ini metlinte Advimee. 151(5 PHOMiF.M FOH WILSON American Independents I i-jre Mini to Siinetion Their I.oiiii Propositi. Hircntt I'nhle littiMtth In Tin: Si x PKKIN, April 2(1,- A deal with the live Power loan group Is complete and It Is expected to be signed this eve ning. It Is understood the loan Is for SI 25,000,000 at 5 per cent, to be Issued at J0, llelclum exercising the option to Issue I15.0u0.000 iit 94. The bulk of the rest will be raised In Great llrltaln nnd France. The banks will advance China $2,000,000 Immediately. The .lapanese have waived 'their claims to appoint un ndvlser. Hence the posts have been allotted to Sir .IJlel) and Morris Dane, who did considerable service for the Hrltlsh Government In India; Ilerr Hump, a German; M. Konavaloff, a Russian, and M. Padoux, representing France. The American, Hrltlsh, Japanese. German nnd Danish co-managers nf the salt districts already have been ap pointed, AMERICAN GROUP STALLED. Wants Wilson to Snnrtliin II tempt nt t'hlnpap l.onn. Wasiiinoton, April 2fi, Having Ai re. pudlnted the connection of the previous administration with the American group' of lmnkers associated with the six I Power syndicate In the loan negotiations wttn China, President Wilson Is now confronted with a request that he put his O. K. on the plan of another Ameri can banking group which wishes to finance the Chinese Government. In other words, the "independent!" who have sought to displace thy present live Power group have found It Imprac ticable to go ahead with their plans un less they can secure the same Indorse, ment for themselves which the present Administration declined to give to the American members of the International group. The request was made to-day by .luiiiih H. Sears of the New York bank ing house of H, It. Holllns A Co. to the State Department. Mr. Sears conferred with John Basset t Moore, counsellor of the State Department, this afternoon and laid before him his proposal. The matter was taken under advisement by acting Secretary Moore, who has been but a few days In the State Depart ment. It is the settled conviction of Wash ington that President Wilson and Secre- M:irv Hrvxin will tln.l It Im nM..illtT, 1, ,""'""" tney reiuscq ,o cnn-.inue In the case of the American bankers who for a year had participated In the negotiation of the six Power group The President's action in withdrawing from the concert of six Governments with regard to Chinese matters was partly based on the conviction that the previous Administration had lieen gulty of favoritism. To grant the request of the American bankers would also lay the President open to the charge of having withdrawn from the six Power group In order that bankers might obtain some American the entire loan all to themselves. Pnder the six Power arratiEement the American bankers n- terested were to honr only a share of the proposed loan. About a month ago Mr. Sears palled upon the President and explained the plan of the bankers lie represented to make a loan to' China. He wished to assure himself, It was said at that time. They feel the Administration was In formed that the project Is an "orphan" at present and wish to obtain a parent for It In the Government of the Pnlted States, A public statement from the White House favorable lo their project, they liellevo, would give them the standing necessary for commanding sufficient public confidence lo obtain the funds necessary to lloat the proposed loan. They have offered China $2,".O0O,0OO at tho start and $125,000,000 more when it is needed, Mr. Sears said to-day that he did not think the press despatches to the effect that representatives of the Chinese Government nnd the five Power group are alMiit to sign the loan contract are coriect He received advices from Yuan Shlh-k'al to-day. he said, which convinced him that his loan pinpoxal has the right of way with the Chinese Government. The Chinese are in a hurry to get the mone, however, ln said, and thclefore he is extremely de. slrous of meeting prompt action on. the part of the President. NAETHING DIED POOR. Ilrnlniirnnl Mini Left Nolliinu to Vleel It I if lleiiiieala, The will of Charles Frederick Nae tiling, one of the founders of Niicthlng Pros' iistaurant, who died lu a sani tarium at Poughkeepsio on January ;to, given away 1 1 1 1 1 1 .-. 1 1 1 . 1 s of dyllnrs worth of propeity. but the petition ucenm. Ipaii.vliig the will says thai Mr. Nae i thing's peisqiial property was woith I only 51,000, He was adjudged Insane in 191 1 after he had made notes for large amounts to friends he had induced to take slock In an unsuccessful mining ventuie, Naethlug made his will on August K. 1 Iiml lie then lived In a pout I, v homo nt ' 2i'm West Seventy. second street. He was 'famous as a tarpon fisherman and bud noiisepoat in riorum, in ins resiau- J rant were many ttophles of his lislilng, ,but he gained Ills greatest fame by the .capture of "human Huh" In the (.ink nt the New York Athletic Club, of which lie was a member. His plan was to put a harness over tho head of an expert Hwlinnier, attach a polo and line, and try to haul out the swimmer vvllhoiu break. Illg the line, the swimmer llleniiwhlln trying to get uvvay. Mr Naethlng's Interest lu the restnu rnnt was disposed of before he was ad Judged Incompetent, ALL CARS Lexington to 3d Ave. Dally .Wagon Deliveries to the Seaside I'rnm Vny IM iiir tin vintnn ildlveij will suve il.n follow )nn fot, l.lnml nml New .ter.ry srnhcire fawn ilnlli liml purftmnl and riMi'liltnt On' sliliilni! ilrurtn cnt in'iere (I o chick one u.iv win i c iipnvriru mr III, I i. 1 Lonn Branch Route: I'rnm I'lon.ure Its) to llr.nlli'.i Ileal h May Sale of Muslin Underwear French Lingerie, Corsets, Infants' Wear and Children's Muslin Underwear begins to-morrow. Preparations for the event have taken many months, and we are now ready with 100,000 immaculate garments for your selection. They are all new and fresh, not one of which has been shown before. Most of the American made muslin under wear bears the Consumers' League label, which signifies that they were mode under sanitary conditions. The French lingerie was selected in the sunny Loire section, where expert needle women do most artistic work. An idea of the price range: American Muslin Underwear I Gowns nt 29c, .19c, 49c, 59c to $5.98. .Corset Covers at 8c, 14c, 19c, 29c, to $1.98. .Drawers nt t4c, 19c, 24c, 29c, .-19c, to $2.98. Combinations at 49c, 59c, 98c up to $5.98. Chemises at 29c, 39c, 49c, 59c up to $5.98. Skirts nt 19c, 29c, 39c, 49c up to $5.98. Princess Slips nt 98c, $1.49, $1.98 and to $7.98. We are renowned for our complete stocks of extra size tindermuslins, etc., for stout women. iii.iiintir:i).i.i.s' Timely Hints URS and the like, not yet pro vided for, should be placed in cold storage. Bloomingdales' dry cold air vaults give perfect protection at minimum cost. G ET our sample and estimates for making slip covers, etc., nnd select your chinties and cre tonnes. AVE old furniture made over, nfter chooiing upholsteries from our strictly up'to-thc-hour line. H ' III.OOMIXaiAI.V-S' Condensed Budget Women's and Misses' $20 Summer Dresses, at $15. Crepe Voile Illouscs, $1.98. Aniilalse Allover Kmbroidcry Illouscs, $2.98. White Crepe de Chine Illouscs, $4.98. Sample Strips of Embroidery, yd-. 5c, 7c. 9c and lie. 27 Inch Ilatlste Flouncing, 39c. 45 inch Batiste St. Gall Embroider ies. 98c. l-'roti Froti Shadow I.aces, 48c. 12 Inch Crepe Hclfte Swiss Em broideries and Voile Fiouncings. yd.. 49c and 69c. 35 Inch White Ponftce, 87c. 32-36 inch Washable Striped Silks, 87c. 98e White Habutni Silk,' 89c. 40 Inch Crepe de Chines, yd., $1.44. Women's 75c Silk Stockings, 49c. Women's $1 Silk Stockings, 69c. Bamboo Porch Blinds, 6x8 ft.. 72c. 400-Dnv Clocks, $5.88. :Lexington to Third Avenue, 59th to 60th Street; L. P. Hollander & Co. have on Sale in their CUSTOM ORDER dep't Women's Gowns All made on the premises, which can be altered for immediate use. Prices from $ 1 00.00 FIFTH AVE. at 46th St. PEACE DELEGATES ! LEAVE FOR NEW YORK! Mini (ii'P.v Wishes Knglisli Coin iiiNmoii Success on Visit Here. lion: roit would pact LoikIiiii I'lipcr Snoots Stiiluc of Lincoln foe Hritish Metropolis. Sp'fial I ii'V tmpateh In Tlir hi n I.onikin, April art. Hurl (Jrey paw the rommlMowrx to llie Hrltlsli-Anicrlcan ponce coiitcniir'y celebration eH(erilay flu I hey li ft lliihtun Htutlon for Liverpool, where they took the Htcanishli t'aronla for Nmv Voik. Kail (Jrey wished the clolcRatex KIICCCSH. l.onl Wcanl.ilc, the lirml of the mis- ' hIoii. niIiI shortly before hi ib p.irturp: J "Wo leave 111 the best of Hplrllc ami with I'lKh hnpeh that our mlesUm will bo I fruitful of the cortHollilatlon of the Kpo.1 r- l.itloiis between KiikIIhIi HpcaUhiR peopIeK nml of the pence of the world." 1 Sir Herbert Mawell added: "We nre ! solnc to America nn Mrnvv fhowlnir I Hie w,t tin wind In lllnwtllK. It Ih tilmvlnir here HtronKly toward frlemlHlilp with America." Mr Held, another dele Kate, Interjected: "The mlnlon carries a weighty responsibility. It Is almost TRANSFER TO asm , aanv 59th to 60th St. I1VM lift Pnr Rocknwny Route: ngZu In V iimln. Mi' anil .Mqiiin.rt. ncvi n) French and Madeira Linger!: French Hand Emb'd Gowns, $1.35 to $12.98. French Hand Emb'd Chemises, 65c to $2.98, French Hand Emb'd Drawers, 65c to $5.98. French Hand Emb'd Corset Covers, 65c to $5.98. French Hand Emb'd Skirts, $1.98 to $15.00. French Hand Emb'd Combinations, $1.98 to $7.98. Madeira Emb'd Chemises at $1.49. BrideS'to-bc will do welt to buy their trousseau in this sale. Extra salespeople and extra selling space. Second Floor. for Housewives "AKE down your lace curtains and send them to us to be cleaned and stored until you need them in the fall. D ISCARD shabby window shades and permit us to make you n new set. ET us make and hang new awn- ings for you, using best gal voniied fittings with Boyle's reliable nwning materials. of Special Sales Women's 45c Union Suits. 23c. Women's $2 Milanese Silk Vests, $1.29. Crepe de Chine Petticoats, $2.98. Imported Wash Silk Petticoats, $2.98. Silk Mull Petticoats, $1.98. White I.awn Dressing Sacks, 98c. Nurse's Two Piece Dresses, $1.98. Waitress's l.tnen Uniforms, $1.98. $20 Brass Beds, $12.50. $15 Brass Beds, $7.95. $17 Oak Buffet, $12.75. $2 Dining Room Chairs. $1.25. Men's Reliable Silk Socks. 16c. 75c Rival Sheets, 49c. Fine Chintzes at 39c. 5 pc. Slip Covers, to order, $3.95. Yd. .wide. Lonsdale Cambric (limit 10 yds.). 10 Uc. Fruit of the l.oo.M, Lonsdale and Other Standard Brands of Bleached Muslin, yd. wide (limit 10 yds.), 6'iC $1.75 Crochet Bedspreads, $1.39. an much n I can do cnrrylntr my own 2 1," poimdH " l,ord Weard.ile Nilil when asked for an opinion on tho matter that the Jap-nne.-e question was a purely American domestic problem. He expressed the hope that the difficulty arlsltiK out of the California propos-ed legislation would soon be settled amicably. I.ord Weardale said he had not re fused Secretary Hryan's tentative peace propositi In detail, but he remarked that he was an old and personal friend of Mr llryan and was aware of his desire for the establishment of universal peace. Two representatives, of the Ghent municipality. Alderman Debruyee and City Architect Van Wervelte, accom pany tho Hrltlsh mission. The repiesentnthe.H of Hie city ot (ihent said that plans had been made lo entertain the Hrittsh and American deleiiatcH to tin peace celebration at clhent In the same room III the old con vent where the 01 urinal Treaty offlhent, to which Knulnud .inii toe fulled States, weie parties, was sinned. They said that a similar dinner as that served at the slunlllK of the treaty would be nffeied to the delefintrs. A Ioiib editorial on Hie Hrltlsh peace mission In the ithm'm'r, busides lauding the bcheiuea for a Niagara brldKe, to purchase and endow Sulurnve Manor and 1 1 place a busl of Washington In Westminster Abbey, advocates the in- terehailKO of professors between the , American, Canadian and KniclMi mil- versltles, and also the erection of a i statue of Lincoln In ' otulon. j iRriHiinl to Hlc imv M, .lilhll'aj Montr. Crtirtliml I'ailev will ro to Maniaro. lif-eli tn.il.i and bless ,st .lnhn'a Home, The piopoit.v, which wits converted Into! the home, Ih valued at H'iU.OOO and 'van i t,, ,,i, it le no n.lfil., L'tir.u't, nu n.,.iinnA 1 1'eter V Meyer Kave the estate to the Franciscan Sisters of St, Francis Hospital, I OUTER APPAREL MILLINERS'- FURS FOR WOMEN. MISSES xtnd , J UNIORS Announce, beginning Tomorrow, A Sale of Millinery at HO $15 and $25 Values lo $75 Including many costly original models by leading French modistes and our own smart adap tationsoffering the best Celtics of the season. Will Inaugurate Tomorrow Important Sales of Women's Fashionable Suits Comprising a great variety of this season's smartest models, materials and shades at the following really reduced prices Model Suits at $87 .nd $98 Formerly lo $175 Original Paris models and our own high class garments, of imported Canton crepe, pure silk faille, satin dc soie, crepe Cascadeuse and crepe broche. Rich Silk Costume Suits Of moire and crepe faille jormtrhj 01 rich silk and moire faille and silk formerly lo$ 100 '60 to 75 Suits at $45 Of smart club checks, stripes, plain and diagonal navy serges. Small Women's and Misses' Suits from regular stock, in new French models exceptional values at $38. , Important Sales of Gowns, Dresses, Wraps and Blouses Offering remarkable values in charming new effects for informal and formal Summer wear. Afternoon Dresses at $42 Formerly lo $75 Of Canton crepe. Pompadour crepe, crepe de chine, satin de soie. and Georgette chiffon, in all the fashionable new shades. Evening Gowns at $89 Formerly to $175 Beautiful lace and jewel-trimmed creations, of brocaded chiffon, crepe chiffon, brocaded charmcuc and lace. Charming Summer Wraps at $50 Values to $85 Consisting of tome of the season's smartest styles, the materials of which we cannot duplicate and therefore wish to close out. $18 to $27 Blouses at $10 The season's smartest styles, of fine Summer chiffons in all fashion able shades. t CHARGE PURCHASES WILL DE BILLED JUNE 1st. $fth Aurnur. 4Btlt & 4rtli gterta Sold at good stores everywhere in Cotton (black only) at $1.50 to $3.00, and in Silk (all colors) at $5.00. You will be interested in the KLOSFIT Style Book dc Luxe, sent free on request to Klosfit Co., Publicity Dept., 208 Fifth Avenue, New York DINNER TO MARTIN GREEN. 'Mirer lliimlrril Mi'n .lulu In lliimir Inu n (Snnil lli'iiui-lcr. Thn-i- hunureii men illm'il tuiiPtluT .11 Dolmonlco'H last night to ilo honor in a ncwnpuptT reporter who hits lioou Just that anil liuthiiiK rlso all hit life. And ninonK tho dlncru vvcro enmo of tho mcMt prominent inon In the city in their own llnoH of cmli'iiv nr. .luitln (Irrcn wiih tho reporter, lie wit at the rlnht lianil of irvln S. fnlili, who pre. hided, and heard nice thliiKM wlrt ntout him nnd hid profession all evonliih', It Ik probably the llrnl time that a newspaperman who has never none out. side the Held of nevvsKatherlllK pure anil simple has over been thiirt honored. Krank 1 Cobb, editorial writer; Hud ley F. Malone, John 1'. Standilleld, Fire Comnilshloner Johnson. L'nlled States Attorney Henry Wise, Chairman MeCall of the I'liblle Servleo Commission, James V. Uarry, 1''. W, Woolworth, Abram I, KlUus and Senator Wnener were som of those nt the guest table. owwirinr . 575- at 58 matelasse at '65, '68 & '75 ZIEGLER WILL OBJECT. I ol sniil With Areonnllliu ot (iiijiinr nml Olhrra. I An order slsiifd yesterday by Stun" I Bite iViimliin dlclo!n" that olijeetlon.s nu lo ln Hied b Willlatn ZIcrI.t. Jr.. villi f heir lo the estate )t the Imkltitf puwdi" I nil n n f :i it ii i er, to the accountlns by tin tniMePh .mil I'M-outor Mayor Oayntn. William S. ciiiimpc and Mrs. Matlld.i Zli.Rer. the widow. I The oilier was obtained by William A . Mooir nf 1'ouiinel for Mr Zclffler, RlvliiU him until to-morrow to tile th obletitlon- Tin-' attorneys said thny had been unable to prepare papeis within the time allowed by law beeaute the accountlns Involve tll.nna.nno The attorney aUo naid his firm had been delayed by the folium of counsel for the tniMrrs to ktIvo thorn certain ncesary Information and data called for, "althougli they have been assured by Jho attorne.v for the petitioners that all matters of question could and would b explained away" The lawyer said he had con Kiilted with his client. William Zlfglei, Jr., and "believes there ar rood and sub stantial objections to the said account." a. tK-3