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207 DEAD IS HIGH , 1IHOOKLVN AOVKItTIHI'.MKNTH. I JIIIOOIUVN ADVI'.ltTlhKJIKSTH, mtOOULYN AllVKUTlBKMfe.NTH. HROOKIjYN auvkktibismknth. BROOKLYN AtVI!llTlftKMKNTS, lmooici.Y.v aivi:ktirkiknta. HKOOKr.VN ANVEItTlsr.HENTS :mext8. (f RECORD IN CH1CAUV 1 Same Time New Cases Fall to 860 Total. ABRAHAM 6 STRAUS At Oncvo. Jan. ai.-lnfluenza and nneumonla cl.mned (ho heavier toll of . 'he prcwnt epidemic durlnpf tho laat wcntyfour hours. Two hundred and, .. iii frnm Influenza and 8G .9 s ?rom rn"1,on,:l' were reported to IMltli Commissioner ItoborUon. New caecs of both diseases contlnuod 'lhlW n m.irkrd decreas. Prom moro ? I ooo cafw yonterdoy Influenza fell 1 s0 reported victims to-day, hardly n ?;,! f tiic dally ttnl toadied a week , , 9 uf jrneumonla, to-day num. j-ie n,T,A .Lit. 31. Influenza cawa tn !,! is pawed tho thousand mark n Aiiv for die nrkt tlmo this year. Tho . ,tl? iMunmmt of Health reported ' , ,ir.' oro 1 0S9 new cases In tho Vtw.nf-f'"ir hours, an compared with ,,r vf.t.ni.iy. In this city tho cases iropped fri'in 31S cterday to 2J7 to- , 1 r i Ir 1 r THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY I, atfgQL' MAINE COAST AN IOE PEBON. ftiTBl Tf eU Setit In llaeDonae to l'lca for Aid. Portland. Me., Jan. 31. Many har ors and HUnds alone tho Malno coaBt. ,,irilnii.iiiv In tho vicinity of l'enoli ,ot U.". if i ,,("ind In consequence ,i, i ihk s'uvi'ssion of cold .waves. mi.ii. loses with tho coldest liy ,,f (.. umCir, h,is a dollclency in rnii). r.iiiir of considerably moro than 0 ,,ar.'CK according to Weather Uu nvonK Uio mtu.itinn has becomo so serious iloiiE tho .-astern coast tltat two coast uard cuttirs havo been ordered tlioro o 'lii-aK out the Icq In tho channels and ,.tipri In response to a telegraphed ap ual irmii '"' Kocltland Chamber of -i , r - ft lesiam said : ,i,ri'r- .'II frozen. No malls, no r !,. i-.. or s-ent. Stifferliif; for , i ,ft 'and P'oplo Isolated." FEBRUARY' SALE OPEN EVENINGS New 495 UPRIGHT $17 C IPIANOS New 1 EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS 'PLAYER PIANO ! EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS. I B" h, Over, u Player Rolls and Cirtngc Included. i PLAYER $POC PIANOS New JO J EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS. Bendi, Cover. 12 Player Rolls and Cartage Included. USED PLAYER PIANOS Including 12 Player Rolls, Bench, Cover and Cartage. $450 Harrington $12 tI,Trid 485 Pianola 495 Wagner 495 Bradford 525 Lohmann n AlTi.i.l.li " Until I'alil Monthly Villi! Paid 12 19 Monthly Itntll I'alil Until I'altl 19 Monthly ITnlll I'nlrt Until 1M B I 585 Ricca & Son 15 CTiSd j 650 Chase & Baker TJv 675 Haines Bros. T?rm USED UPRIGHT SALE. $75 Stoddart 105 Decker ' 120 Schaeffer 135 E. Gabler 140 Krakauer 165 Weser Bros. ' 165 E. Gabler 170 Anderson 175 Schubert 185 Herlich ,195 Bradbury 195 Gordon 195 Walters 1 210 Lcckering 220 Wheclock 225 Union Co. 1 250 Goetz & Co. '225 Hoffman 275 Vissner j Monthly -4 Until raid 5 Monthly Until Paid c Monthly O Until raid SMantlilr Until raid 6 Monthly Until Paid 6 Monthly Until l'aid 6 Monthly Until raid 6 Monthly Until raid 7 Monthly Until I' 7 Monthly ' Until raid 7 Monthly ' Until raid y T ..tl.lv Until raid 7 Munthli ' Until Pa d D Mnitlhl. U -ill n Monthly Until raid Mnnflilv Until raid 8 8 O nfnnllitr Until fold g Monthly Until raid 8 Monthly uiiiuraiu i VICTROLAS j $25 up t $300 I REASONABLE TERMS. I Kfcords in All I nnoimtro. LVll.lt ntllXS SHEET MUSIC. CABINETS Dut runo nenchM, Chalri & Stools. SfeSf 40c Each FEBRUARY ROLLS ON SALE SATURDAY niMtntUa. '117"' rif Shlmml eand Jazz Uhv l '!" n r' Like You. "iiy siioiim i nuiiii cn.iiti. m I'rntv i i,ti rmi .hi . ""Inhon Vamn. M He Sultan', Il.tfni. PIANOS TO RF.1MT GOETZ & CO. oil7 SSHSJ STREt tg.Mxqs BROOKLYN .,0 . FIFTY-FIFTH ANNIVERSARY SALE The Hand of History' Writes Fifty-five years of this Store's life have marked a Steady and gradual ex pansion, from tho modest single lot store on lower Fulton Street to the great est retail establishment in the Borough of Brooklyn. 1865 The Beginning In 1865, when the Store began, the Civil War was nearing iU close; Leo had not yet surren dered at Appomattox. The new store faced a period of national reconstruction. But it forged ahead, outgrew by degrees its old quarters and in 1885, two years after the Brooklyn Bridge wa3 opened and while the horse cars ' were still jingling their way along Fulton Street, it moved to its present location. 1899 Greater Expansion Greater expansion followed. Shortly after the cloao of the Spanish War (1S99) another reconstruction period, though a short one the seven-story West Building was added. Then the building to the East was occupied and later increased to five stories in height, thus completing the A. & S. Store as we know it to day. Steady growth indeed! Now the group of buildings, on both sides of Livingston Street, com prises nearly 800,000 square feet over 18 acres devoted to storckecplng, without including the numerous outlying distribut ing stations in Brooklyn and on Long Island. 1920 Third Period of Reconstruction Now, In this new' period of national reconstruction the Store too, has large plans for further development. But the same unvarying principles that have been significant of the Store from the very heginning will continue to guide it, and will cause it to continue to ex pand; because they are friend building principles. Indeed, it has a greater In centive to ' servo and a greater expectation of sound growth than ever before. For its opportuni ties are vast. 2,500,000 Population for Brooklyn Brooklyn, constantly growing, is in population already the largest of New York's boroughi. It is estimated that the 1920 census will give it a population of two millions and a half. A Subway system that is rapidly nearing completion (1920 will see the practical fulfillment of the entire scheme, with 56 miles of new trackage) links up tho Store, which possesses its own direct entrance to the Interborough at Hoyt Street, with the most re mote districts of the whole city from Westchester and Yonkers on one side to Coney Island on the other. Far-Reaching Plans Ahead The beginning of its 55th year finds the Store increasingly young in spirit. Its desire to grow with its field has caused it to develop wide schemes for its further expansion and better ment. 1920 will see them in full swing with the object of making this still more the leading, the modem, tho progressive great Store of Brooklyn- And in that youthful spirit, full of new activity and new growth, it goes forward into its New Yyr, thankful for its friends! Women's French Seal Coats, $195 . Regularly $290.00 These coats are in the desirable 36-inch length. Large self-convertible collar and turn-back cuffs. Full sweep style, with detachable belt. Lined with Pussy WillOW. Stoond floor. Central. Women's Fine Top Coats, . $37.50 Four smart styles for your choice. Some are of Fisken Tweeds, shower-proof, in brown or Oxford mixtures. Others are of Silvertipped diagonal Novelty Cloth in the swagger new length for sports and tailored wear; in brown, Oxford, bison, tan or Hague blue. Sizes 36 to 42. Reoond floor. Central. isses Snrinir r rocks. $2495 100 charming new Dresses, made of Taffeta or Serge. They are made in the veiy newest fashions for early Spring, and include about 8 distinct styles. Some of the Taffetas are combined with Georgette Crepe. Colors in taffeta include black, navy, Copenhagen, gray, sand or brown! Not all styles in all sizes, nor in all colors. Serge in navy blue only. Sizes represented in 14, 16 and 18 years. Second floor. Central. Women's Golflex Jersey Suits, $26.95 About 75 of these desirable suits in strictly tailored sports style. Belted jacket with 4 fancy patch pockets and convertible collar. Skirt has two pockets to match those in Jacket. Brown, heather or Oxford mixtures. Sizes 34 tO 42. Second floor, Central. Women's Spring Frocks. $28.95 The initial presentation of these new models in Women's afternoon dresses. The chic notes of advanced styles are found in the silhouette and trimmings of these attractive frocks. Crepe de Chine, Taffeta and Satin are the materials employed in fashioning them. Colors are navy blue, brown, black or Belgian blue. Sizes 34 to 44. , Second floor. Central. High Grade Corsets, $4.98 Regularly $6.50 to $8.50 One model is made of pink striped coutil in the fashion able low-bust style, long, straight hip-line, elastic section under bust, well boned throughout. And a .econd model for the average figure is made of hffhdsome pink brocaded coutil; very low bust; elastic band at waistline; free hip; back of corset well-boned. 8ectmd floor, Eatt. Women's Dress Shoes, $7.95 Regularly $10.00 ' Beautifully made high-cu' boots, in 'ace model, of patent' leather with black satin uppers, silk-worked eye lets. The soles are hand-turned and tho heels are the covered Louis XV. sty e. second floor, west. Morning Dresses, $1.98 Regularly $2.98 Shown in figured lawn at this price are three models, Bmartly made, with separate belts, pockets and button trimmings. House Dresses, $2.98 regularly $3.98 Made of lovely striped gingham, and also at this price a good assortment of dainty Sample Dresses in gingham and percales. Sizes 36 and 38. Mezzanine floor. Central. p1.0; Porcelain Dinner Sets $22.50 Regularly $29.75 and $31.98 Two hundred of these handsome seta of American porcelain from our own Btock. Two attractive floral border designs. Following is the composition of the service or 12 people: 12 each of f Large dinner, tea, soup and bread-and-butter plates, dessert dishes, tea cups and saucers. And ono of each oval and round covered vegetable dish. Sugar bowl and cream pitcher, gravy boat and pickle dish. Uncovered vegetable tP Large, medium andmali. met platter. Covered butter dis' Siibirar floor. Central. IN tangible and visible work lies the most readily recognizable sigi? of service. Therefore we celebrate our half-century-and-fifth birthday principally with VALUES. February Anniversary Mon h will be de voted, from first to last, to a seric3 of merchandise offerings which will outrank in interest those of all the rest of the year. Each day will bring forward a new crop to be harvested. Each day's news told in the daily papers will be worth watching for, reading, and acting upon. 2,00b Pieces of Lingerie, ' $L79 Nightgowns in several styles; fashioned of pink, white or orchid Batiste, trimmed with lace or faggotting; also pink crepe with, blue bird design in tailored styles. Envelope Chemises, lace and embroidery trimmed. Shaped or strap shoulders. Pink satin Camisoles, with lace shoulder straps; trimmed with imitation filet lace. Two models in Lingerie Petticoats one with deep ruffle of embroidery; one with lace trimmed flounce. Second floor, Kast. Women's Strap-Wrist Gloves $1.98 Pair and gloves of other models as well at this price. White glace strap-wrist gloves; capeskins in strap-wrist or slip-on styles; not all sizes in 'all colors; 2-clap glace gloves in Hayana brown or gray and white glace. Street floor, 'Olovo Shop. Fashionable Spring"- ' Trimmed Hats, $5.49 A great variety of shapes and sizes smarl small hats of close-fitting lines; coolie sailors, bell crowns, tur bans, side-turn hats, small mushrooms as well "as wide brimmed shapes. Trimmed, ill the advance modes of glace flowers, cire ribbons, colored beads, pleated rib bons, raffia embroidery and all ,the smallest ideas of the leading designers of millinery fashions. Mezzanlno floor. East. Women's Wrist Watches $9.45 Regularly $14 and $15 Small size; dainty and effective; gold-filled case and extension bracelet; plain or engraved; 7 jewel lever move ment; 10-year guarantee. ftm.t nK. tvntrai. Solid Gold Cuff Links $495 Pair Regularly $7.00 and $8.00 Pair Handsome styles in hand-engraved and engine turned round buttons. The style that so many men pre fer, as both buttons are the same size and the new con necting link makes them as useful for the soft as for the stiff cuff Street door. Central. 26-Pc. Chests of Flatware, $8.40 Silver-Plated and Regularly $11.30 Rogers silver plated Flatware in the effective Man chester design in bright finish Each che t, holds 6 tea spoons, 6 table spoons, 6 dinner forks, 6 dinner knives, 1 sugar spoon and 1 butter knife The chests are made with a sliding drawer and entirely covered with gray moreen. subway noor. cemrM. Scrim Curtains, 98c. and $1.98 Pair. Regularly $1.95 and $2.95 In white and Arabe. Splendd bargains at Mon day's prices. Scrim W ndow Panels, SI. 89 Regularly $3.95. Trimmed with lace edge and filet motifs. Third floor. Central. 1 ens Suits, $36.75 Our $44.75 to $49.75 Grades 200 suits which, at their regular prices, have been considered the season's best values. And the regular prices were based1 on purchases made months ago, when wholesale prices were much lower than at present. The Men's Suits The Young Men's Suits Smartness in every line; identical with the new Spring single and double breasted models that feature .'the moderately high waist effect. A fine array in the best patterns and colorings. A trifle more conservative yet brimful of style for the men of more mature tastes. Appropriate in fabrics, colorings and designs. Street floor. Hoyt Street. Eut. Men's Percale Shu ts, $1.98 Sold Regularly at $2.98 Made of 80-square percales printed in neat and bold fancy stripe effects. Negligee soft-cuf style. Colors guaranteed. Sizes 14 to 17. "Fruit of the Loom" Men's Muslin Night Shirts, $1.69 Monday's price is less than wholesale cost. Cut and made over a model that is roomy and full 54 inches long. 15 to 19. Street floor. East. 9,000 Yds. Dress Satins, $2.79 Yard The right time to buy satins. This material in our usual grade of fine, lustrous silk, 36 inches wide. There are 35 different colors, including navy. Still the most (lesirable material for street wear in early Spring and Summer. Black Dress Satin, $3.19 Yard Regularly $3.69. A fine, deep black material, 39 v 'inches wide, and a particularly gbou"wearing quality. ' Street floor. West. Silvertone Burella, $2.98 Yd Regularly $3.98 Yard ; . Fashion's favorite Spring weave at this splendid offering. Burella cloth is an all wool material, 54 inches wide, in basket weave. The assortment of colors is charm ing, including reseda, ox blood, French blue, gray blue, taupe, silver gray and oxford. Black Dress Serge, $2.85 Yard Regularly $3.98 yard All wool, 50 inches wide; a fine, closely woven twill, in a deep, rich black. Street floor, West. Leather Traveling Bags, $5.45 Roomy, well-made Bags of split cowhide leather, in black walrus grain finish; cloth-lined; sewed corners; strong bolts and lock. 18 or 20 inch; exceptional value. Street floor. Central. Women's Underwear, 64c Regularly 89c Just 1,800 of these pieces in a soft, comfortable weave of fleece-lined ribbed cotton underwear. This underwear is made with high neck and long-sleeved shirts. The drawers to match are ankle length and also 64c each. 1,000 Combinations $1.18 Each Regularly $1.39. In regu lar and extra sizes, these are a fine quality and an excep tional value. Made with high neck, long sleeves and ankle length drawers. Street floor, Central. 2,400 Pairs Men's Socks, 24c Pair Regularly 39c. Medium weight and a good quality cotton Socks, in black, 'tan and gray. These are made with spliced heels and toes. Stree' floor, East. 9x12 Ft. Domestic Rugs, $46.75 Regularly $56.50 and $59.75 Axminsters and Seamless Velvets at practlcalfy to day's1 wholesale prices; pure wool yarns, fine Oriental and Pe-sian designs in rose, tan, brown, ecrti, etc. Heavy Velvet Carpet ' Figured Cork Lino $3.75 Yard, from $3.97 leum 79c Sq Yd., Figured or plain; 27, , ,fr?m S.V30 ., inches wide; Persian and i 72 inches wide; tile ;u d Oriental effects and several .'wood designs, all perfect; solid colors. I burlap-backed. Third noor. East.