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THE SUN, SUNDAY, MAY 11, 1913.
8 JSf . - JERSEY CITY READY TO PICK COMMISSION a slll,V-niif' CillltlMlMcs .Mllcll Kxeiti't'. 1iu Nobody Use l. OLD l'AhTIIN DON'T K I CI' III'. Sni'ialists OjilV o'rmnli..,iion in I'iirli t I'riiiinrics on Tuesday. Tho nlnrly-oiie ntleim of Jrrpy City who mo imxiiiiH to enrvn on llio cutii- mission which will rin the city' nfTmiK tinilnr oointnilon novoniinotit put tl flnalUxidii'x to their 'irinmry 0Jtn.iiii , to-fnorrrv On, Jiuertl.iy ;ifli lopi! voter will luivo ( tlio'pVu-llopporw'U'Olltitt llvnof thcliinclv ono tiM lilt choice, for .unlitiit Thu ten lilahi'ft in tin- ronnt will he 111" notii- Itioos lit the tniiiiieipiil elect. mi on .Ititie in, when .Mr .ler-oy City will i av miclhoi clinnce.to make live ithm-mi. The live lilglictl on the ictiitii" then win lip the ('oiiiinlssioni'is Tho prim.'iiy t'uiiipiiien li.ii lon :i lively one iih f.ir n the ninety-one have liocn concerned. Imt the iiveriiRe voter Jinn not not very much worked up over it. Olio or the featuie of the campaign 1km lieen the fuel that no political r Ciiniziitinti eepplini; the .Soeiahnt party linn dired to eotne out in the open for liny set of live candidate The WiiNIi net wiim de-imied. it i el.iiineil. to do nw.iy with ani-;iiishlp in miniicip.il nffnirtt, and there lum liecii a feeliiiK that n party iilorenieii would he Mileidil. lis it would invite opposition. Combinations tne lwi iik made on the quirt, however and It is lielk'Ved the "llielly iodorel one-," will lie well Up In tho rutitiitiK The Wittprnn Demo. train, who are Maudlin; ly the adminis tration of .Mayor II Otto Vittenn. will. It in unde.rstood, rally to the support of a comlilii.it ion compo-ed of City Col lector A. Many Mooie. City Clerk John 11. Morrin, 'City 'I iciMircr Carl (J. A. KchUlllillltl, lot mer Police .Indite Jo.-eph V. Farmer and e.-.seiulilvnia n Chailes I'. (Ilwell The niiti-W'ittpenn Democrats will. It is expected, vote lor Street aJld Water Conunij-ioner I'r.mU I lactic, ouee .Mayor Wittienn'n ino-t valu.il lieutenant: A winblyiniin Walter I.. McDermott. (JeoiRe F. HrensiiiR'T. Jaiiws J 1'erris and John Kdelbtin It M itKieriilly I'onced.'d that former Mayor Mark M KaiMli. a l'roi;iei-ive. who Ih maklnj; ore of his old style hoiio to house canvases, will !. mic of the Hit t m?n in th" nice The cunditl.m. include men in nearly rvpry walk of life .Many ef the old time oiniPians are in evid.'ure uieie are j phiuuii iut'ers, inei uiam. iaven. ine chnnlcH, undertaker and at least one (.(avenger on the lit Former County Clerk John Kotherhaiu. once the remila'r Kepuhllcan leader. I-taUini; his chano's rknrCol Henry II HritiUerholt ol the Fourtn lioKimen't N (i X J ; former tihprill, John C Kal-er. Flank () Cole, a former Kepiililio.in war hoive; cx-l'ity Clerk Michael I Fa m n. Mid so on The most exciting series of meetings during tin) campaign wa- that arranged liy Teddy llnti-oni. a nesiaper leporier and secretary of the Society for the Pre vention of ( ruelty to Children, and held in four .public school liuildinc. Hansom ruvo tho liniinl ol Education a check for Sim to cover the int of opening the hchools (the hoard havuiK no money in that particular fundi, and then he invited all the other candidates, to come around und have their little say. Many of the candidates wanted to share the cost with Hansom, but he lefus.-d. Sotnu of the candidates have taken to billboards in ailvci lisinc their caminai'ii and many of them are buying advertisitiK hixico in me iocui papers. Kx-Alderman Charles Miildoon. who is very stout, advertises hitns.-lf n tho "-olid man." Thomas P. Contiellv. ex-warden of tho Hudson county jail, has as his Hlogati "Jersey Citv Needs Less Talk and More Action " I rank llacue is "the man who does things " Adam J. Ituby i "a man of the leopli... n union worker, who never held public oftlco. Some havo their pictures published at spat-M ratew and let it k at that. All promise a lower tax rntenudii lietter citv. Tho negro voters of the city are greatly exercised over the fact tliat'Traverse . Hpraggins, n negro luwver. is the eight v- lourtli man on tne primary ticket. Ib is generally lefeirej to by his fellow candidates us the "dark horse." Tho ofreiul primary ticket will le printed with the mines arranged ulplin ljeticnlly and tl.e-e will Im no party desig. nations of nriv kind. Mayor H Otto WitttM'nn on liis return from Trenton yesterday issued a state ment urging tlie voters of the cttv to defeat Frank Hague, Walter I. Mcl)er mott, John Edelstein, Janws J Ferris and George F Hrensinger. candidates for commissioner nominations Referring to Assi.uiMyinun .McDermott the Mayor wild: "One of their number openly insulted, as member of the Assem bly, tho I're-ident of the United States, thereby disgracing himself and the com munity." The Mayor added- "Our earnest hope ia that the decent citizens of Jersev Citv will go to the ikjII.s ne.t Tuesday anil vote for the best men, and above everything else, cant their votes for those men who will prevent the Smith-Nugent com bination in this commission government fight from' .lining Jersey City to build up machine to regain control of the State " SMALL COP GETS 2 BURGLARS. DC c Mary Anderson Warner FRANCES BUILDING Fifth Avenue mt 53"' St root. ICOOD MUSIC AND SINGING GOOD FOOD AT MODERATE PRICES -OUR 8TH FLOOR RESTAURANT COMBINATION . . rrr . S $7.98 Lawn Swinfts, GfifflOSM XSDCTH AVE,J9T-"T0 20T- 'STREET. Important Reduction Sale Lingerie. Model Gowns, Suits, Coats and Blouses. ( fi."J.l"V. At One-Half Former Prices FOUR FACTORY BILLS SIGNED BY SULZER Our Itctuiilntcs Cliiltl Lahor in tlit 4 'it 11 it i ti r liuluslpy of flip Stntc. HA X 0 SAI.KS OF COPAIXK ! I i l nukprics Alinlislied Ton Hours for Kloctrir Jfail wny .Mnn. Amivnv, May 10. C.ov. Sulzer ylgned to-dav four more of tho series of bill? ilrafted liv the Watrnc r-Stnlth factory Investigating cninmlsslon. one Is dcHlgneil to prevent the snip ping of beans by children of tender years ami was fought hard by proprie tors of canning establishments. The bill pov!des that no woman under 'l years old shull be employed In a factory be fore ft A. M. or after ? 1". M. The em ployment is permitted of women 1 years old In canning establishments be. tween June 1.". and October 1.". for not mor- than six days or sixty hours In any one week anil not more thnn ten hours In eny one day. Tho State In dustrial Hoard may penult the em ployment of women is years old In can neries bctwiou June !'." nnd August 5 for not more than six days or more than sixty-nix hours a week, or more than twehe hours In any one day whi r' the neds of the Industry require such employment and no serious Injury to the health of the women may result. Th.- other liills provide for lire pp caps and uiU In cxlMing fnctorles, for model factories constructed in the futuse and limitations In the number ef oicupants; prohibit cellar bakeries In the future, requiring bakers to obtain sanitary certltlcates and placing ba kerts In New Vork. HuH.il.i nnd Hoch i ster exclusively under the Jurisdiction of the local health department, anil prohibit the employment of women In core rooms of foundries and the em ployment of children In tin- operation of dangerous machinery or In ccupn tlons dangerous to their heulth. Axsemhlyiuuu !oty's bill making ten hours a legal day's labor in the opera lion of electric and' subway railroads nnd prohibiting employee's working more than sixteen consecutive hours was signed, us well as Assemblyman Porst's bill providing that signalmen, towermen, tulegraph and telephone operators employed in ralltoad signal towers or railroad stations In connec tion with train movements, who work eight hours u day continuously must have at least two days' vacntlon of twenty-four hours each h month with pay. (iov. Pulzer sicned also tho Wnlkpr bill making It illegal for other thnn u manufacturer, dentist or veterinarian to possess cocaine In any mixture ot compound without n certificate from a physician. It Is provided that cocaine may be prescribed by a physician only In the form of nn ointment or solution con taining n. limited percentage of the drug. TERMINAL BILLS ARE URGED. Plllrrr Trlla Mltrhrl Mini Sitillli 1'e llnnip Mule I.kvi. Alii a N'T May in John Purroy Mitchel and Dock Commissioner It A C Smith urged (iov Sulzer to-day to sign the Cullen bills making easier the establish ment of freight terminals along the riverfront by N'ew York city under the laws pased iv.t years ago Their mis. Him was unsuccessful Wlllijtu J lloehe of Ttoy. representing tho State Waterways Association and the Ilarge Canal Terminal Association, oposed the bill which eliminated fioni the law the provision prohibiting rail roads or express companies from ar quiring control in any way of freight terminal eotnixmies with a view- of pie venting the railroads from controlling the lmrge canal trallic' Mr Hoche said that the railroads tried to beat this provision when it was etiact.sl two years ago and that they were trying to ac complish their uroe now in a loiind about way Mr. Mitchel. who appeared a l'tesi dent of the Hoard of Aldermen and n member of the Hoard of Kstiiaite and Apportionment, sind the change w,i needtd to fiinit the coiisummaticii of a plan to municipally construct with city money a terminal railroad extend ing from the Hrooklyn llridge to Sivty f if t ti stieet In South Hionklyii. which will take in the llu-h 'terminal and the New Vork Dock Compiny propeily "We plan to have the best terminal of any city in the country and the equal ol any In r.uros," said Mr Mitchel, "and if ther.e Cullen bills are signed the Hoard of Kstimate can comiileti. tin. preliminaries of the plan U.fore Juno 1. until which llmo l can continue on the iiomi with Fri- . dent WilsonV permission befoiea-siinung my new post as i ollector of the Port '"This ;.1,(i.Ki,ooi) enterprise is to be operated under strict citv su.rviinn bvu terminal company which is to be formed by all of the trunk lines running into the port of New Vork, and It will make possible shipment from New- York citv diiertlv by rail to any part of the country without transfer "Tho trunk line roads have appointed a sub-oommittee to act for them and ur investigations show that tho project will prove self-supporting almost immedi ately " "I do not say that either Mr. Mitchel or Mr Smith is responsible for this par ticular provision I object to." said Mr Hoche, "and yet I had enough experience in tho Legislature during the last winter of the devious ways practised y the in visible government in defeating legis lation winch the bargo canal interests wnnttsl " (iov Sulrr seemed to think that the city could accomplish what it seeks to do under the provisions of the "homo rule law which the Governor signed recentlv He told Mr Mitcliel that the Hoard or Aldermen could pjuw ordinance accom plishing the purpose he desired with the approval of' the Muyor The Governor tolii Mr,. Hoche that he would take n brief from lum on this phase of the question S 1 s r mm pvrrM' mt i ci am m xj mm IN NEW YORK'S SHOPPING CENTER- $5.98 These will hold four per sons; mndc of selected lum ber: supports nnd hnngers made of extra heavy lumber; large scats with hip.h back; all parts painted and varnished. IV Ihlnl Floor, On Se Tn.innrrnH nil Itirxlny, of the might f Ster. Knocks One Neii-eleaa mid ( iitchea Other Wlcr n ( liasr. One of the smallest, but one nerviest ileteitUes en tin foice two loft huiglais single hamliil day. Hy is illchael J.oinlriKeii of th. I'onard stieet statlnn. Ills suspicion was aroused a he was passing through Omul street anil saw a big truck in front of 368 being loaded with bundles of clothing by two men, one o' whom Imiktd la miliar. At the sight of Londtlgen Sum Kairon, 22 yours old, of II I Potsyth trcet, started to run. Loudrlgeu swung a blow to his chin and- Karien went to tlm gutter ami lay there, ituu Davis, 2!i p,irs old, of I!"G AlUn stied, took one look mid bolPd up (lieene stint l.oiidrlgeu caught him at Grand stint Davis has Just hern p.. leased nfter seivlng a nine moTiths tuiiu' for picking poilois, Heturnlng to Cmal street with "Davis, I.nndrlgeu found two loft clothing pio. prlctors wildly. gistlculatlng that 600 coats valued at $3,0ua wr mlsBlnif. The sec. cud and third llojiis hail lieen tobocil, SPARKS. FROM TIIE TELEGRAPH. Two men at Nenta, Ohio, will be tneiely thieves If they win piote they aie too fat to enter h )ialf elosisl chicken housu dour. If they knocked iliiwn the pi op ,gnlnsl tho door they will be adjuilgcd biiiglais, Ohio, Gideons ate leading the nation in sir worn iroin rcporis mane at the nual convention at Columbus, Ohm, ley ha.vr distributed I l.filM Illblca In llo since they oiganlzed eleven Mais SO. , John' Arfnmn of KVtinnount Farm, Mid dletown. N, Y has sold King routine At rarta I'lctje, a six-weeks-old llolsteln hull clf, to Dr. V. It, Hand of Srranton, l'a., for 13,009. Reasons Why American Express TravelersCheques Establish Your Credits Abroad Figures That Tell Their Own Story This statement needs no argument it is an established fact that American Express Travelers nt .neques nave become recog nized abroad as the universal currency of all countries. You are;' never inconvenienced getting money you always have it wnn you ana merely spend it. Sklai of American Expreti Company Trareleri Chq,uet ). 1W1 IW2 wn ir ii IW IW pew 1900 1WI IW' mr IW4 1W5 IWd IW 19M 1HJ9 1910 1111 1912 A'. tf 24S 21.MH 28.789 A.24i 83,14) 8I.4S4 M.470 71.7M 12S.8W 2M.2CO .Vi2,iin 4I9.1W 55I.OT2 fi1,270 HM.70 44,MS S57.704 1,134,412 I.IJ0..U.1 1,I7S,0S6 9,405,945 A'. tf Ptrttnt ' 2? IJ33 1,527 2.J62 4,764 4,832 5,1 VS 4,714 S.iM 17,714 15,555 ID.M2 2J.220 26,434 36.414 43,887 53,015 54.6M 63,507 7I..VM 76,737 81,013 616,10'J Thev are' iiwiierl in rnnvmiinii amounts ranging from $10 to $2(J0 and are accepted by hotels, steamship offices, railroads, shops, etc., in pay ment of accounb without question or identification. You are insured against loss, as the company will refund to you upon issuing the usual indemnity bond. In arranging your funds for foreign travel, remember one thing it is important to you that your travelers cheques arc cashed not half the time, or even most of the time, but any time. Apply at any of the offices of the American or National Express Companies American Express Company 65 Broadway 487 Fifth Ave. TltW.-R.ct.r J90O T.l.phooo-Murr.j Hill 1438 New York City 40-inch $2.00 Colored Crepe Meteor. The rcnl box loom woven crepe me teor, rich, closely woven quality, in a beautiful raiiRc of colors, JCJ -10-inch $2.50 and $3.00 Colored Crepe Charmeusc. ExtctiMVe ranRC of street Si OO und evening similes, at.. 100 10-inch $1.50 Imported Foulards. Bciiutiful bordered effects on ?Q bli.ck nnd navy grounds, at DOC , 5,000 Yards Colored Charmeuse Satins 40 Inches Wide, Regularly $2.00 r This offering embraces every desirable shade that the season produced soft, mellow, dnipiiiR quality, in forty three distinct colorings, at Quality is superbly 1.18 36-inch $1.75 Colored Satin Imperial. K.xquisite ranee of tints for street and eveniiiR wear, at 32-inch $1.00 to $1.25 Striped ' $1.00 Colored Ratine and Plain Tub Silks. ( and Eponges. The real satin striped effects, also The latest effects in Brocades, also $1 OO the self colored lines of dif- CQ the plain shades to matcher ImLO Itrftu coloring, at WC very desirable; at .. 4 DC A Budget of Black Silk Specials That'll Stir Up a Lot of Enthusiasm Black. 40-inch. $2.50 Crepe dc Chine at Si. .VS. Black, 36 inch, $2 00 Bensalinc at SJS. f Black, 36-inch, $1.10 Chiffon Taffeta at 78c. Black, 36-inch, $1 00 Pallet de Soie at 7')c. Black, 36-inch, SI. 50 Satin Duchess sit I. ft. , ... . . , , c, . , Black, 35 inch, 7Jc. Mcssahnc at 4"c. Black, -to-inch, $.).00 Pebble Back Charmeuse at "lacrf. ab-incli, $1.50 "iarn Dyed Shantung nt Black, -10-inch, $1.00 Gren-idme at 4"i Si.JS. i Sl.l'J. I 'J .Hmpitn 4'rnuforil tit., !llMln I'lnor. Hit Sale 'lo-mnrrnM. Huiiii m'. Illni-k MIK l,lli mill I ' 1 n i- I oil tn llne DiiuIjIk L'artor lo'. ltli ilniil)!.' Ihm'Ii anil 1 O ;i pairs iiir nr bill ; pnir Mi-ii'h i;nnr I.NIi- Hall lld.i' (linport.'d)' lll.irk, tun anil arvfiiitiMl liaili1-. .'i.'H' Off KrHii: p.nr- lor np l .4l; pajr . tl (iincn'- Silk l.lilc II(i-lcr (full fa-liiiiiu-di lll.iek, tun nr wlido m'hiikIs of id.. .'I.'ii' .Vic urado't dnillili; irinii.r tn' Hint r- QO infurcpd K)li", li I X. X.t anil KM'- . mm mm Aim l.arKc i,r. II 0 I r v i ftimid i(i iti. if ."di fcirail.' 1 Wll.lM 'l inn alter toil ,1 tut lelllldreed Mile-.. lieeN allil to-' pill HiHni'ii'" 1.1- le el(lum KeciiIHN I'llH I,. ,(l(iMil ; 25c y n'. iiinii siii tin- vler Willi due incrrer- i.'l i"i. Iie.'l and me. mai lt only ueii letltturceil. sr.ide pair 22c Miiiiii'H'h IiiKraln SIIK 'I'tirt'iiil lln.r Duiililii r.tnt'r mi'. reiiifon oil M'li'-.. Iie.'l. ami fee-., Iii.u'ii an I .1.- rm wir fit .ii.ntei nnr pair k'i.lili'. 18c Clillilri'ii'i llllilieil (illnii lln. i' lllaek. tan or vliln Me- n In pi', :,-,i ut.iile ;i p.ur-i or .vie: pair , 4 lillilreif. Plain Unite 1 I'ollon sod,. 4 g I I ancy top lie I Mr iirade pair vs i.tife. a' 18C I'Mltilrrn's lille l.l.lr soel.. I-Slttll lop- -Tie 1 pair .. It omen's Hoot stilt III, 11k. lau 01 1. Inii' taller lop loinforeeil tife and mi', tll.'r- ,'ini ci.lile .1 pairs lor M.OII pair llo.e (Imilile ' soles, n 1 if il 38c t omen', sin, l.i.le llo.rr - Ilia' k, lau anil while, double iranei top ilnulile lieen anil loe-i mt- m end-, ot ;:,! Kiade I if II for J3i'i pan .1len' sllli 1,1 sic lliitr llo.e lllaek anil a-i.or'ed .iaie ..'iiiimI. mt of '.'Si wrail" .' I ( p,ur-.ioi a..e; pr j I Munipii'K liiRrnln silk llo.e - Mark lau, while unit .is.orted Khiules. all fill, top ii 1 11I sulci., hee mnl loes; also tine roltria io, -oie, lieels. anil loes, leuMlur H An anil 2 OO KNKles, pall 95c I siiupMin Ir.mfonl lit,, Main I'luiir, lln Sale lo.niorron mnl iie.ilaj . Pronounced Values in An Exceptional Sale of A Mav White Sale in Which the Kevnote Is Excellence Combined With Inexpensiveness downs Dainty Undermuslins Corset Covers 'urft (.'ir-of-tlm nainsooK ei Allent models; trmillieil wnh nn ftlie hue hiiiI embroider) at tnrsci 4,'oers; trimrneil ui.ii hue. nd eiiibroldui)-. leenlarly CI nn I.J(. ill . 91. UU . Drawers rnvrs ol .NalhsnoU, 1 rtmruf-il Willi ling embroidery and oa hue at Drimer. of mf i,,t nsuuK n iiiodels, 1 limine, I mm em- en. iiroiiieiy. ren 11 iv ;,n. at OrftuciK of linn naiiiMjdk inmiv id noiei st i les ior i nn f 1 vrv staple mid 1101 e si i les ior seieiuou uy. 1 1 .,n a ' fiomis ol line Nnln.ool, . low neel; and short or himono sleeves irim- iied with laen enilinnilery and rllihon loKiilaily Si hi. at 1 lirtniiH nt Sheer UaterluK: many ' hmidsnme ami novel models pio fnselv trimmed wnh aee liiniei , tl ineilallioiis, ie 'iilai l qq (iiiiMis of line IJimerle t'lntli ami Vllil.oiih, elalioratelv I ini'ite I vvitli sliadoH luces lino ci n; I'liilnoiiler ami rllilmn ? fO 69c ,. , , Real French Hand Embroidered Lingerie 1 renrh ll.iml I'ttnhi iu.l.,t 1 in. i 1. , ... , . ... . . . 4 rejivii jiumi r.intironieted Combinations '(iiiiltlnatlon.; all the new ilo.irahln models and Irlminliis's JJ gg I'oiiililnatliili. 111 line NalnnioK; iiline.l Willi lili laees and CQ eiiihroldery toe. SI ml. al . D't- Skirts skirls, until) prelt) nioilels, with orwnnoii. nudeinn triintiied w n h noiiieij les'iilatl) tl ail al M, Iris of line Nahinook: s. I able ntoileU, elVeelne iiied wnh laro and em- iiioiiiery at $1.00 new de. ely trim- $1.95 I mull hand Kmbitmlnri)! l Iiciiim", I ivimm ti.nid l.mhroiilrrpd Prmrp 7ir In HH.tt.'b 1 hints w.t.tix in liiw mt HW. I IPIli )l inn 1 iiihrfiul.tiu.l 1 ...... L-.......I. 1 1 ..... I I'... 1 1 jVi.i w aaw . . ,""," I V ill II I 111 lit I it III I II Mllll'l (Ml H 1 1 In. ....... r.a,w lions Ml. US In HI. -..Oil HI. 113 tl) MIS. (Ml I reuch Hand l.mliiiiiilied Ihihii. mi.tir. 1.1 MI.-..00 l7'Slniion afiril I n., SkoiiiI rimir. lln Sale lo-iiinrrnn anil lue.ila). r 1 . ' T rf 7tSSs to onefnsTnn?1 Stnr fl ,hc, ricnl; disPosi8 of al?out $"7,000 worth of Oriental rugs nt about oncquarter to une-nnii less tnan these euocls ran he houo-lit fcir r.icrinViom - t Rare and heautiful Persian mid Oriental rugs for hut n slight advance over what you ordinarily pay for the better urade Domestic runs chase for the to" ny,murc.amS contemplating the purchase or Orirntnl rugs for their summer homes nnd special inducements' to those who would pur- "nfi SMi V A Vm Hr'-c ",aRC f th"C ' X,rnorllinary Slvints now' Purchased now we will place them in cold storaKe free of charge until the fall, if you desire .vu r iVsofV; Hmn I C.M.CL ITA DRLXJCJETS. KOO.M SIZE PERSIAN RUGS. nMh,,,, u, N1? 75 , sum .-it. I- 120 PERSIAN MAHAL RUGS. .-.iii anoiR uu- alue, fmm fi:i7.(0 to "i7 an "87.50 .... "127.00 24 PERSIAN KASHMERE RUGS. Most Miltahln Tor summer homes', (ia ni Nes alioui 7S liy pi'-, Values up lo 4H.!l TURKISH ROOM SIZE RUGS. In a vniti-i of i.s fiiim sx III lo lux 1 1. nines up in raw M7.sn...,"if;7.nn mm w W " ' m www llex il I M 1 1 1 1 ,'IMI, Nile lll'lee 375 ROYAL MOUSOUL RUGS l lom Iho interior of p,.s,, ),is enlirn lot lo lei y,'!.7. Vi' i ''." tI"' V t " fi Tlfio Is no I UK Tn HiIh in oit, less I him fm no, and there me vo!,'?,.:iS.,., fr"ln tvm "' w 19,50 250 of the CELEBRATED ROYAL KUR DISTAN, KAZAKS AND IRAN RUGS. Nes ,p , lo ln lo n f lleaiiliful xeiiinel ileal de mcus: anil rirh eolots In otne i'n..i. these ni'w have i.'.n mum. ii uonn iniiit as iiiun as ma m mi SMiminfil oill eliolie while Ihev A. I Alioul I III Cii.i ml lu, nr 4'aleiitla III impels. There is mi mi,' laoin iinlinie or mine appinprliiie for tho Miinnier home Thev aie the same on hoili hl They will Maud I'M raordinary hard Vaio. Thene'riiRM are mil lo he found ei.ewheie 'in thin eny .lust the i in; for den or library. IMII.IMt His, HI. Dili iiitiua.n . : HMV .' Mill lill l7 . ilMI It!' 1'iiurln riunr. ' .'III. 511 . . :ill.5l VII. III! 1 3. mi II. III! II, III) lln Salt. In-Iiiiirrim, A Purchase and Sale Extraordinary!!! Women's High Class Tailored Suits Worth $29.75, $34.75, $39.75 and up to $45.00, at $23.75 Included Are 95 Silk Poplin and Moire Suits A wonderful opportunity is presented tomorrow to women who arc accustomed to and appreciate distinctive and exclusive styles and to whom quality is an important consideration. The economics arc of a noteworthy nature and the variety is so extensive as to provide smart styles enough to suit all ideas. Three hundred of these Suits are, from a prominent high grade suit modiste who wished to clear his racks, and allowed us to make our own figure on the suits he had on hand. The remainder is from our regujar stock, and reduced to meet the extraordinary values. INonc will be sent Kj. kj. u. or on approval. Nor will any be exchanged or credited. No mail or phone orders filled. Extra salespeople. We adv sc early shopping, as these ' beautiful Suits will quickly find new owners at the remarkably low price of The most brilliant conceptions of the leading Parisian modistes have been faith fully reproduced or cleverly modified. The new Bulgarian blouse, snappy cutaway .nd conservative straight-line Suits arc shown; many arc elaborately trimmed with satin, braids, hand embroidery, frogs and ornaments; others have just a distinctive touch of ornamentation, uhile seme arc wonderfully simple yet magnetic iu their effectiveness. Newest model skirts, many gracefully draped and trimmed to corre spond with coat. Every correct material is embraced wool or silk poplin, moire, chilTon and men's wear serge, Bedford cord, cpongc, shepherd check, hairline stripe, nnd novelties, livery wanted color is shown Nell rose, midnight, new nnd navy blue, cicl, mahogany, magenta, mustard, brown, taupe, tan, white and black. . Evcrn suit is faultlessly made in high-grade custom tailor fashion and richly lined with pcau dc cygne. All sizes from 34 to 44. and in some models up to 51 inch bust. I 'Miui.(iii I r.mfnrd I ., Ihlril I'lunr On Nate Io.morrownd 'lutda). With This Announcement and Sale Comes the Very Best SILK NEWS ANNOUNCED THIS YEAR SIMPSON CRAWFORD, famous r.s it is for value Riving, offers silk values to morrow that will startle all New York. Silks that are now in demand and hardest to secure ate now placed on sale at prices positively sensational. The Season's Best Hosiery Sale An Kvent That Upsets All Precedent in alue Giving. We do not hesitate to state, in all fairness and truthfulness, that this is the greatest bargain sale of reliable hosiery that has taken place in New York in years. Now get busy you economical folks. rtillilriMi's I'liir llllilii-il I. Nli IIiim- Duck, ma ur ulilii' -los it to in Inch"' oe Me uniilc pairs for A.T HI.-45; pair. . .Mni'x Sill. Ilnlr Hum- . million ntripr. iia-aq mii I i'iI Mindi'-, fcc'oiidi S.rKf ot .'.lie Klllllo. pair . mmJ ooftunfty'ToBi ORIENTAL RUGS 3Ur .MlVC-r iS aboUl iO Start for the Orient . ivp nrc lisnnsinir nf nhrmr CI I 7 flflVl .--tl, r -i t I I I SIMPSON CRAWFORD CO.; SIXTH AVENUE, 19TH TO 20TH STREET; i