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The Brooklyn Daily Eagle. (Brooklyn, N.Y.) 1849-1938, December 03, 1899, Image 19

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r ^ '■y / ' f T H E B R O O K L Y N D A I B Y E A B B E . X E W Y ^ O R K , S U N D A Y , D E C E M B E R 3 , 1 8 9 9 . Pil-M . T h i s b e a u ti f u l d e s i g n u s u a lly d e v e lo p e d , in c o m b i n a t i o n s of S ilk o r S a t i n w i t h v e l v e t , lace a n d chiffon d e c o r a t i o n s , is only o n e of t h e m a n y c o s t u m e s w e clean. • T h a t t h e s e e l a b o r a t e a n d e x p e n s iv e g o o d s can be suc­ cessfully c l e a n e d m one g a r n i e j i t is, n o d o u b t , a m a r v e l t o m a n y , b u t i t is d o n e a n d b y u s in su c h a w a y th a t th e m o s t d e l i c a te fa b r ic s a n d d a i n t i e s t c o l o r i n g s a r e n o t h u r t . A trial order ’w ill con'bince the most skeptical. E .S T J iftJL IS H E I) IS IS . Barrett, Nephews & Co., Old Staten Island Dyeing Establishment, 482 Fulton St, 168 Pierrepont St, 1177 Fulton St, Next Door W. Looser. Cor. ILuUon. Near Spencer Place. GOODS GALLED FOR AND DELIVERED. SEND FOR PRICE LIST. * Tclcpliones; 1696 and 2625 M ain. \ <Accoants SoUcited. e S T B D . FU R N ITU R E O ^ E S T B D . 1 8 0 7 . REEIABEE Christinas Chimes. There is great joy in g ift choosing -svlien one knows where \to find som ething for every possible taste and fancy, and when you are consider­ ing personal differences to make your gifts fit. All the world and his wife can be suited with holiday gifts from among our charm ing novelties. The wife will bo pleased with a hand­ some Oriental rug-- one from this special g athering on which the.Eastern rug artist has woven strangelj' beautiful shapes and ideas born of an ancient civilization. $5.75. $10.50. Oriental Rugs. Assorted Lot of Carabaghs, A v e r a g i n g 4.8x3.2 ft. • • ('Value $8.00 to $10.00j. Assorted Lot of Fine S h irvan s , Averaging S.6 k 3.6 ft. . (Value $15.00 to $18.00). Assorted Lot of Fine Antique Persians, Averaging 6.6x4.2 ft. $19.50 (Value $25.00 to $30.00). Such a rug glows forth with a subdued splendor from between the fur­ niture resting upon it, form ing the veritable essence of'decorative content. The husband would appreciate a comfortable library chair in which to enjoy his lazy lu.xury. The daughter would be g ratified with a dainty bird’s-e3'e Maple Desk or. Toilet Table for her boudoir. The son would surely be glad to receive a tasteful and unique shaving stand or any other of our holiday suggestions by the score. Useful and pretty household articles. You had better come and see the low prices and learn that Long Credit g iv e s unlim ited opportunities to lirnited purses. C o w p e r t h w a i t Co., Flatbush Avenue, Near Fulton Street. NEW YORK STORES: 104 to 108 W est 14th Street. AKT S T U D E N T S ’ E X C H A N G E . Art students who have tried to find a mar­ ket for their productions will welcome the Art Students’ Exchange, which two young Brooklyn women, who have been students for somo years, will inaugurate on December 5. The two young women in question, A. Rollins Miller and Anna Boyden Spencer,, have achieved a great deal of success in the past by combining their commercial instincts and artistic abilities, and now find themselves in a position and really under the necessity of soIic:t:ng the 'nelp of other students in order that they way be able to supply the ■..ants of their customers. W’hlle tor some time past these two young women have con­ ducted a business in rather a private way, they will, commencing with their opening ex­ hibition and sale ou> December 5. start in business on a more pretentious scale. The sale will take place at the studio of Mrs. Gertrude Kasebier, 273 F i f t h avenue, Manhat­ tan, from 10 o'clock in the morning until 5 P. M., Tuesday next. Those interested in the work of art students, students themselves, and the lovers of art generally, are Invited to attend. a O W A B T H - R E I D E N B A C H . Tho marriage of Miss Harriot A. Marsh Reldeahach to Hyatt Rowarth took place at the iottie of Mr. and Mrs. James Murphy, A . relatives of the bride, 85 Division avenue, on Wednesday evening. The officiating clergy­ man was the Rev. Rlvlngton D. Lord. The hride, who wore a gown of white faille t r im­ med with point gause and orange blossoms and carried a bouquet of lilies of the valley and American beauty roses, was given away by her father, John A. Reldenbach. The bridesmaid. -Miss Carrie Marsh Reldenbach, sister of the bride, wore apple green peau de sole trimmed with Irish crochet lace. Harry Dennison was groomsman. Among those present were; Mrs. Hattie Rowarth, Mr. and .Mrs. Edgar P. Berry, Mrs. Mary Matthews, Miss Emma Reldenbach, George Reldenbach, Edgar P. Berry, Jr.; Miss A. K. Mander, Mr. and Mrs. Bllzard, .Miss Florence Bllzard, W. B. Green. Mrs. Emma T. Green. Mrs. Margaret Burns. Benjamin Conrad and Mrs. Etta D. Lord. After the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Rowarth left for Detroit, Mich. V I O L E T SO C I A L CLUB. The Violet Social Club held a Thanksgiving eve party at tho residence of Miss Loretta Donovan, 337 Van Brunt street. .\mong those present were William Callahan, Rose Cahill. William Fitzgerald. Loretta Donovan. L. Hunkley, Dora Moran, O. McBwan, Ger­ trude Donovan, J. McNamara, Mamie Devoy, J. Keely, Beckey Dlshman, J. Devoy. Mamie Barry, J. Haleran Lillian A'Hearn, J. Clark. Annie Devine, J. Manning, Kate A’Hearn, G. Kelly, Mahle GIsow. PIA N O S . No matter what is the size of your purse, you can select a Piano to suit your owi^ price. Most of these were taken in e.xcliange for theRELIABLE GABLER PIANOS. All of them are in good order, and we will allov/ rdl you pay for them in part payment of a new Piano if you wish to exchange any time within two years. UPRIGHTS. S240 SOHMER........$6 yX c 225 CHIGKERING ... 6 200 NEWBY & EVANS 6 190 BRADBURY... 6 u M u 175 WEBER ......... 6 u W a 150 FRANCIS BACON. 5 -.'.' mud 135 -WESER BROS. .. 5 - u 'f a 125 FISHER ......... 5 u « d 125 NEW ENGLAND . 5 u M 85 CRUMACH ...... 4 80 SHOLTUS ...... 4 .55 STEEDMAN&CO. 4 40 BIJOU ............. 4 nT.r.'^llu 35 HUMRIGH&SON. 4 BABY GRAND. $390 STEINWAY ...$ I O u » u SQUARES. $98 STEINWAY &. SON $4 90 WEBER .......... 4 80 GABLER .......... 75 DECKER & GO.. 3 uSTi'^.y., 65 HORACE WATERS 3 60 HAINES BROS.... 3 ..r.-i 40 STODART ........ 3 ’Ij. 35 WEBER ........... 3 nr,r, 25 PLESLIN ......... 3 24 BENNEN & GO... 3 20 GILBERT ......... 2 J^-u niL ORGANS. $35MAS0N&HAMLI.N$3 u'^Jur^.lya 22 NEEDHAM & SON. 20 PRINCE ........... 2 15 THOMPSON ....... 2 u T » AEOLIAN ORGANS. S e v e r a l R o l l s o f M u s i c Go W i t h Rauh. $60 PRINCE .......... $3 . \ L O a k (.‘aHa. 175 WILCOX & WHITE. 5 U S t o p s . W a l n u t I'aso. 220 AEOLIAN ORGAN. • 6 32 S t o p s . M n l u i g a n y C a s e . 250 AEOLIAN ORGAN.. 6 U S t o p s . O a k Ca.s-f‘. G O E T Z 8i COr, 81 to 87 Court Street, Brooklyn, One Block From City Hall. Open Evenings Until 10 o’clock. Solid Brass niRRORS, 7 ‘/ . x 7 ' ^ . , Gold Burnished, Value $1.98, 9 8 c . NAMM ® M . ® A m . 1 ? V FULTON AND HOYT STREETS. BROOKLYN. Xmas Tree ORNAMENTS, G lass and Tinsel, Special at 3c. I Sacrifice Sale. D r e s s O o o d s , S i l k s a n d H o u s e ­ k e e p i n g Goods,, m u s t m a k e ro o m for H o l i d a y G o o d s ; an o p p o r t u n i t y to s e c u r e sea s o n a b l e g o o d s a t a b o u t half r e g u l a r p r i c e s . CoSored SISks. 12.') pc.s. ('oloi'crt P o n g e e S i l k s in 2.5 ,. pc.s. coioi-uu t - o n g e e o . i a s i n - u (lilleront sliaclfs; 20 c. (juiility, Alon-j p a i r O (lay siio c i a l ................................................IQC ^ 3,0(H) yd.s. fancy S i l k s , in stripe.s, ^ checks, a n d (oi.ded, .street a n d eve- ♦ n i n g shades, 8 ae. t o ,’jOc. q u a l i t i e s , 2 5 c ^ Black S i l k s . ^ 15 pcs. lilack TafTeta Silk, s t r o n g and ^ duralde, special on A l o n d a y ............39c 21 in. black S w i s s T a f f e t a , b r i g h t and ciispy, also 27 in. w i d e B l a c k Satin, all sifk, e x t r a w e i g h t ; Site, and qualitie.s, s p e c i a l . . .. .. ............................ 69c B l a c k D r e s s O o o d s . 25 pcs. black all wool peijhio w e a v e G r a n i t e C l o t h , o n e of th e m o s t de­ sirable fahric.s t h i s season; instead $ ot 5!tc., J l o n d a y ....................................... 39c ^ 'A in. w i d e lilack K n g i i s h C h e v i o t 9 S e r g e , sponged a n d sliriink, actual X v a l u e $1.00, s p e c i a l ...............................59c ♦ C o l o r e d D r e s s G o o d s . 75 pcs., com p r i s i n g pl.-iid liack Golf S u i t i n g , all wool Jloinespnii. silk a n d \vo(jl .and c a m e l s ’ h a i r Plaid.s, conijilete lines in l;itest m i x t u r e s ami colorings, fo r m e r prices, 50c. t o 75c.; e x t r a sp e c i a l ............................................ 39c ♦ ‘25 pcs. dress W a i s t F l a n n e l , all wool, ^ in red.s, bines, tan s , brow n s , g r a y s a n d black, speci.al on Aloiiday .. .25c L a c e C u r t a i n s an d P o r t i e r e s . T h i s is a n o t h e r lo t of Lr.ce C u r t a i n s and P o r t i e r e s w h i c h cau s e d .such e n t h u s i a s t i c b u y i n g a c o u p l e of w e e k s ago. T h e y w e r e c o n t r a c t e d f o r m o n t h s b e f o r e t h e a d v a n c e i n c o t t o n , w h i c h gives u s t h e c h a n c e t o sell t h e m to - d a y 2556 l e s s t h a n o u r c o m p e t i t o r s . PORT8ERES. i Q I -\ qu.'nitity of T a p e s t r y Fort ii'r<?s i n T x C ; i-ii-ii O r i e n t a l colorings, full -y r w i d t h and l e n g t h , speci.al. pr. «DL / 0 | l.'iil ] ) i s . b’c.a! O t t o m a n Ribbed P o r - ; ticrcs. perftadly lana'rsihlo. in ,S | licantiful colorings, siiccitil SCO pili C u r t a i n s . r s o f N o t t i n g h i i i n L.aco (.'tir- I RUGS, ETC WATERBURY DEITAL PARLORS, NEW YORK: 54 West 23d St. ( O p p o s i t e iCclen M u s c e ) BROOKLYN: 414 and 4J6 Fulton St. (S e c o n d Doov AVest A b r a l i a m ^ S t r a u s . ) T e e t h P o H i t i v e i y D x i r H c i e d ami F i l l e d W i t h o u t P a i n b 5 ' O u r N e w i i o t a i i i r a l Dl.«ci)Vory A i u ' l l e i l lo th^‘ G u m s . $C 00 '^ F f L L sK'r. PERFECT FIT GUAR.XNTEED. FU L L S E T OF T E E T H ....................... $5.00 aOJ.D CKOWN.’H. 22-K.\H.\T ............................ 5.i;o G O L D F I L L I N G S .................................................................... l.Od S I L V E R F I L L I N ( . ; S ....................................................................;,0 W e m a k e ih<; a b o v e p r i c e s for Ih'- H x p r e s s p u r ­ p o s e o f InlrofU i clnK f U r w o r k and pi^ viriR t h a t W( th e o n l v I ' . U N L E S S • d E.NTIST.S In G r e a t e r Y o r k . not h : i v e >’o u r f>ld rtio t s a n d decay<pl te e t h lede . B uu tt lee tt u ss restor**’estor** t h e m tn tlicir N.v'l'- 2 If s a v i n g m o n e y is a p l e a s u r e , th e n 0 visit o u r K u g Dept, t o - m o r r o w . ❖ 1U5 a s s o r t e d all wool W i l t o n a n d llo- ^ vcrt.ihic .Smyrna Kii,gs; V a l u e .$1.75 0 a n d .$2.(10, laahiccd lo ........................ 99c ^ Si/,(; 2.(ix5. % WILTO.N RUGS. 135 R o y a l 'W iltons, th e best in the ^ m a r k e t , size 2.0x5: value $3.50, sjic- ^ cial, while t h e y l a s t .......................$ 1.68 O 01 of sam e m a k e , size 30x72, value ^ .$0.00. to go a t ................................... $2.98 0 (An apiu'cciative gift, by t h e way.) « BYZAN T I N E RUGS. ^ (id nioi'(! of those e l e g a n t b a t h room 46> Hugs will he p u t on sale to satisfy ❖ im i n y inquiries; value $3.0(1, spe- ^ cial, for t h i s s a l e ...............................$1.50 ❖ A r t S q u a r e s . ? 23 A g a t e A r t Square.s, 3x3 yds., value 0 $3.!)S, reduced t o .................. ' ......... $2.45 1 Baby Fur Robes. ^ T r e m e n d o u s B a r g a i n s . ^ 50 guiiuine i<*al T h i h f t RoF)es, liiiod ^ am i scalloped, value $5.00, spe- ^ 42 Iceland Fockt't Robes, all lined, ^ real value $5.00, .sj)ceial .............. $2.98 ^ 20 g e u u i n e Ang^)ia tUniblc F u r Robe.s, 0 all satin quilted, value $12.:5(), spe- eial b a r g a i n ......................................... $7,98 ^ A su i t a b l e X m a s p r e s e n t . Z T a b l e Oil C l o t h s . ❖ LY) p.'iukages of all k i n d s o f T a b l e Oil ^ (!lotlis, p u t up in parcels, each jiack- age is g t i a r a n t e e d to coiilain value fro m 15c. t o J^Oc., y o u r choice each, special a t .................................................... 5c N o pack a g e s se n t C. <). !>., a n d none e x c h a n g e d ; goods are sold siI’ictly as are. Xo m a i l orders. 2i30 p a i i s S c o t c h l.ac(* (Uirtains. fuli ; w i d t h a n d 10 o long, .spe- ' cial. pail*............................................ V O L 50U p a i r s e.xtra h e a v y S c o t c h Lace C u r t a i n s , 50 to (JO in. wide, fail , yds. h>ng, e x a c t repi’o d u c i i o n of ; real Ti*ish l^oint, C I n n y a n d K(‘nais- ; sance; fully w o r t l i $1100 to .$5.(10 i l^air, special, ])air, $ 1 - 9 8 , g j 1.50 p a i r s Rea! R e n a i s s a n c e effect Cur- j tains, e x t r a w i d e a n d full yd.*^. j long, sam e class of goods selling to- ! d.ay b y o u r coinptdh oi*s a t from ' .$5.00 t o $iS.(l() pair, sp(*cial, o ') pair, $2.98 a m i ........................ 100 paii-s Real Irish P o i n t (5irlaiii.s, full le n g t h a n d w i d t h , special for th i s sale, while t h e v last. i>air, $1.25, 98 c, a n d . . . : ...................... OVC ((’onie; early U> s(*eure t h e s c goods, as we eaniiol tak e ordiu’s on then*.) 100 p a i r s of Irish l k ) i n t C u r l a i n s , w i t h e x t r a h e a v y h a n d w o r k fui (mck and front borders: t h e s e goods ai*e w o r t l i from $().()() to $20.01) pair, sp e ­ cial, pair, $ 8 . 9 8 , $ 7 . 9 8 . $ 5.98 a n d .................................. S w i s s fo r S a s h C u r t a i n s . 600 y a r d s of d a i n t y w h i t e Swiss, 8(J in. wide, w i t h (J in. ruffle, atta c h e i l , all r e a d y to l u m g t o y o u r win- a r dows, special, 18c. a n d ................ iO C $12.00 Golf Capes, $6.98. t ♦ ♦ O ♦ t «• o o o W e liavt? s u c e e e d e d in g e t t i n g a n o t h e r ^ lot of th e choicest (u)lf ('ap e s a t a 2 T h e y are m a d e of J g r e a t saerilice. all wool im p o r t e d s h a w l s , llo n n c e o r s t r a i g h t elfect. in black, n a v y or brow n , w(n*e inttm d e d to sell for ,$lO.(K) t o $12.(M); f o r This sale, q o w h i l e th e y l a s t .......................... tp O . V o Om* lot of l i a n d s o n i e silk plu.sh Capes, sable t r i n n n e ( l , lincrl a n d in- QQ lerlined, v a l u e $10.00; s p e c ial *t) 7 . VO 150 ladii's’ a n d m i s s e s ’ all wool K e r s e y J a c k e t s , lim*d t h r o u g h n u t , (5 or S b u t t o n (‘ITert. plain or straj> o a q o lO p i s . Heal m e r c e r i z e d Silk J’oi t i..rc.s, ! \ tl'-'V jlm lVrUv r<.vmvil,le au.l w o r t h i J a c k e t s , S15.0U i,r„ spurial, while g o ! 'Vitji l.est Ka( m h m u g , sizes u p t(. bh ( l a y last, j i r ............................... O I . V O ; 25 Ills. Heal D e r b y S a t i n J’orlierps, I •O <► t ♦ ■9 ♦ •O ♦ ♦ ipair. value $15.00, f o r this sale ........... $9-98 goods sold b y all stores a t (J q A Q $K!.US p r . , spcciiil ................... $ O . V O FELTS. 5Vo h a v e p u r c h a s e d a m a n u f a c t u r e r ’s stock of F e l t s , 72 in. Avido, in 20 I G irls'' R e e fe rs , S S .9 8 I One lot of Oii’ls' Hei'fiu-s, m a d e up in J th e l a t e s t mat.-ri ils, s a i l o r collar of 2 c o n t r a s t i n g elotli, braid tiim m e d , sizes 4 to 14 yi’s.; spe­ c i a l ............... _ ........... . S2.98 illlfercnt shades. Y o u need tliese ; 10(1 c h i l d r e n ’s lo n g Cloaks, in cloth. goods before t hi* H o l i d a y s f o r y o u r stores, show c a s e s , etc., anil y o u can sc 1 ei;t - a n v c o l o r you ma w a n t a t ............. * ................... ! . . . T A B L E C O V E R S . il}() C h e n i l l e 'J'abie Covcis, 1^^ yds. square, sp e c i a l ...................... U V c I T a p e s t r y a n d Chenille Table C'ov- «iP^*V0 CVS, heaulifiil colorings ;md designs. ^ 2 yds. si|.. lit a n y o r d i n a r y q * q q d i n i n g t :ti)le, sfH'cial, e a . . . . ^ I * V O 1.50 T a p e s t r y Ta ble ( 'o v e r s . i*xt r a h e a v y and reversibli*. 2 yds. wide a q and ft y d s. lojig, f o r ............... eid e r d o w n o r Hedfoi’d cord, sizes 1 lejUbmar^iim; $1.98 tO $7.98 $2.00 WOMEN'S SHOES, 88c. i 4(i() prs. W o m e n ’.'-; K i d IJiitlon and j Kace S h o e s anil S t r a p S a n d a l s . . . 8 9 c ' O.s’O Ill's. W o m e u ' s $’.’.5(1 h a n d sewed I Vici Kid a n d Box Calf S lmes. also h i g h I ('lit Sloi'ni .>!' ltii*y('!(' B o o t s . . . . $ 1 . 2 9 I $1.85 .Mi.ssos' a n d Child’.s K i d I'lxteu- j siim Sole Shot's, S’.j t o 2, 7 qc ; 5 to I S .....................................................................5pc 1 $2.00 I .e .'ither L e g g i n g s , 3 str.i]). ,. . 9 8 c j $ 1 . 7.5 .icrs(>y r.e g g n i g s ........... 89c. & 6 9 c I $1.00 .Men’s S l i p | i e r s .............................. 59c : 60 g . storm RUBBERS, 29c. 1 420 jii's. ’W o m e n ’s S t o r m Hubl.ei's. 2f.t 'We h a v e n a m e d o u r s e l v e s the P i o n e e r s of C h e a p e s t B e d s and B e d d i n g in ; to I, all sizes, m e d i i im rut. 2 ’ .; to .S G r e a t e r Ne-w Y o r k , and will n o t b e u n d e r s o l d b y a n y o t h e r s t o r e . C o r n e l .51 i s s e s ' a ml ( liild's, 1st g r a d e . ^. . 2 g c a n d see t h e v a l u e s w e a r e o f f e r i n g to i n t r o d u c e o u r n e w D e p a r t m e n t . i ijji.oo .Men’s Kuldier.s. 1st grade . .. , 4 5 c Special (hnil)le M'ovc'ii w i r e Sjirings, ail sizes for ii'iin o r w o o d beds; q , ! N o n e S e n t C. O. D. re g u l a r .$ 2 .(; 0 , a t ................................................................................................................ J l S . o V S o f t t o p -Matti'.'ss, good t iekiiig, a n y size: re g i i l a i ' .$2.05, ; i t ........................ $ 1 . 7 5 40 lbs. H a i r JlaUro.ss, h e a v y t ickiu.g. one o r 1 wo [lart.s, any size de- m r q q sii'ed; regni.'ir $S.ii)'(, a t ................. .-........................................................................... < ) u . y o Pillow.s, r e g u l a r jiriee OSe., sp.'eial foi' t liis s a l e ................................................. 4 4 c •* O' ❖ o o ♦ t t ♦ o o o o o B E D S T E A D S Ai^D B E D O if^ C . o o o <>• o o o o o P B O T y R E S . W e will r e s e r v e a ll g o o d s p u r c h a s e J n o w un t i l t h e H o l i d a y s . Im p o r t e d P a i n t i n g s , in sliadow* boXf*s* w i t h gilt fram e s am i glass, vahu* $2.00............................................................9Hc G i l t am i firecn F r a m e s , w i t h nval and Housekeeping Specials. 5(Y ])r, 11-4 E a s t e r n woo] Blankets, tWf^ h*aiii i-s ............................ $ 1.39 a n d $ 1 -9}j II) hall*--; ChintT: and Silkolim* C o i u ' $2.50 Boys' Suits and Reefers, 9Sc-. | $5.00 Boys’ Top Coats, $2,38. t 2,0 0 0 B o y s ’ S u i t s . R e e f e r s an d O v e r c o a t s to b e S.ACRIFICKD t o ­ m o r r o w . M o n d a y . Thi.s is p o s i t i v e l y th e c h a n c e of t h e season. $2.50 H o y s ’ D o u b l e - b r e a s t e d q q _ .Suits a n d H r e f o r s , .vuiir I 'l ioic' z V C H o y s ’ 1 o p C o a t s , sizes 3 to 10: wortli w h o h 's a l e $3..51) lo $.').(M), q q ,. , , - 1 Toiir ('luiii'o. niiv s i l l ' d . ' . . . . O t - .r O iortal.H'.s, full si-/('. hik'd w i t h w h i r , : ,,,,1 V e s t e e .Suits, 3 to S, (■otlon. valuo .$1.1!) a n d $ I . o.: M o n - | cd Suits, 7 q , . q ...................................S I . 0 0 and $ 1 . 2 9 i ,,, i.-,_ ..t 3 ) 5 . 4 0 50c.: a t ........................................................18c V i o l e t s , Ro.sc.s a n d P a n s i e s in gold .*>nd .silver fraiu r s , hizg 27 x 11; wm I uv $2.25 ........................................................ $ 1 . 1 0 E t c h i n g s , m a t t r d a n d mount<*d in 2 ' j Flnr»*ntin(* (4ilt I'j*anio.s, sizi: Mlx25; value $1.0S, a t ................................... $2.39 H a n d s o m e C'oloi-ed P a r l o r Pictures, in 5 i n c h gilt f r a m e s , size 10x2l): value $4.2.5. at-.................................................$ 1 . 9 8 C r a y o n s : If you w a n t a ei*uyon for the 1 l o i i d a y s . Iji’hig, a good tin i y p e or piioto, ,-;ize Kbv2(), a n d wi* will m a k e it f o r .............................................. 98c T o w l ' l J r h o ' q ^ u q m v '::i:r‘b 7 \ S n i , s . y o i . r < ' l . o i , . , ' . . S 2 . S S ^ . for l!k'. .'i„'b; ..ur I'lri,','. t w ,; f o r . . 2 5 c j t W e h a v e a large s t o c k of ( i i b s t n P i c t u r e s on hand a t L o w Prices. X' qw Y o r k . o x t r a c i d . B l u I U R A L B E A U T Y w i t h o u r 1 *A ] . X L E S S r r - . w n ;in 1 33rltlge s y s t e m , w h i c h is u m l e t c c o t l ’l ; a n t i »*ver- la s t i n i t . Y o u c a n Im v o y o u r to e t i i e x l r e r t e * ! T-RJCE. P A I N L E . S . S L Y , in i)i«‘ m o r n l n f f a n ' l f<o h o m e at n i g h t w i t h n e w on<*s. A w r i t t e n p u a r a n U ' i - w i t h a l l w o r k . L A D Y I N A T T E . X D A X t ' E . ‘.JEFl.MAN S r O K E N . A L L ( T i N s r i / r A T i r i N . - U . U E E . O F E I C E TIOUKS. S A. .>L Tr> l». M. S U N D A Y S AN1» H O L I D A Y S . ;i A. M. T o 4 P . M. WATERBURY DENTAL PARLORS New York, 54 West 23d St. (Opposite Eden Musee.) Brooklyn, 4t4 and 4J6 Fuiton St. (Second Door West Abraham & Straus.) A re Y ou G oing To M o ve ? If so, don’t fail to consult Peter F. R eiSly, Office a n d W a r e h o u s e s , • 614-T»22 Deaii St, n e a r VamhTltilt Av, ISrnoklyn. F ' i i i e N t a n d T i v o : i m l l * ' ' o u r H o r n e \ ' n i i M n n < l ( ' o v e r < * < 5 I ’eiJirlvN i l l Ci I ' o s t < e r A«*>v V o r l i . Furniture and pianos removed to all parts of thi city or country. Furni­ ture taken on storage and carefully attended to. Separate rooms. Open Air Carpet Cleaning. Telephone, 428 Main. EDW’B RIILEY 4 SOfIS. (M iU inerv, R ibbons. ID R K S S G O C j D S , ( J L O V K S HOLIDAY GOODS. TOYS! DOLLS!! BOOKS!!! (L pIROK’CS R D K ’CS .11A I L SO 9 3 a*^i ( x H . i r i T K n . Stfivt, M-nN \O U K , L i n o l e u m . ♦ 100 Id n o l e m n .Mats, y o u k n o w th e ^ $ k i n d w e alw a y s sidl a t 2!)t-., s p e c ial I XV^istTc\ p i c t u r y f r a m i i i z . for .Mond.’i y .............................................19c* 100 rolls ()1 .loseph A\’ild’s fam o u s S-r. 4 k ^ g !1T\.'.\.\ . . .'\he 1 d r e s s L i ^ I Pi O S . -No o t h e r can sell th-‘se sam e fa.st ))laek liusttdine and Moii-e goods t o yo u Sii cheap. ' P e i v a l i t i e ................................................ ^ 30c. (Oilcloths, 20c. ( 25e. N e a r s i l k ;md .Moire A n t i i p i e . ail ❖ 25 r o ils t)f T h o m a s P o t t e r ' s Oilcloths; | c o l o r s ..................................................... ^ \a l u e ;j()c.,- lo r M o n d a y reduired | jpc. fan c y Tatfeta, striped Skirling, ^ t(.) per y d ....................................................20c 1 cdioicf' c o l o r s .......................... • ........... A. I. NANim.. I A. 1. NAMM. M o n d a y , . Till Noon. :?,000 yds. Mill I mu I s Fhiglisii O u t i n g F l a n n e l , lengtiis 5 to 1.5 yds., pink and blu(‘ sirijics; th e 10c. jpiality^ ,Mf)!iday t ill n o o n ....................................5^ Piasits, Bulbs, Etc. W e H a v e N e v e r Offered S u c h Value.s. 10,0110 T u l i p s .......................................... 6c. dz lO.OOl) N a r c i s s u s .................................... 6c. dz 2,01.() IJ \’;jcj/jj Ij.s. .sepa r a t / ' o J o r . s , 40c* dz 80i) .Natural prcjiarcd I'an Ikilms. .5 large halves, need jm care, a c l n a l value 75c., sp e c i a l ......................... 39C. e;i 200 F e r n l>islies. filled w i t h clioicesi. of Ferns, a hi*autiful Fm h i 'e l h i Palm In lh “ c e n t e r ; florist’s p.ritM- $1.(H), ou r ]iric(‘ ........................................... 39c. ea 400 U a b b e r P l a n t s , finest p l a n t s ot- h*red tins season, 21 to 20 in. high, caci) ])lan1 s l i o o t i u g a m ‘w h'af: ... a c ­ tual value $1,01), o u r p r i c e .............. 59c A. 5. NAMM. I r. nd elioice $1.00 Hoys' all-wool blmx si'/.es f t o 12. . . . fan ; ^•a]m* $2.50, y o u r ^ Plf»nsi*s, P A - . J WINDOW SHADES M A D E TO ORUEk’. ^ E s t i m a t e s ChecrftiSiy (iiv e n . ❖ ---------- - ---------- bnve aiMiiit 2(^0 Z which. ;i ♦ laiilcc.” Iii dc’U'd I mt ^ U-.'is unc.lde to t a k e ; ^ th e y a r e nnuif- o f ^ t ran.-pa,null shadr' ^ elf.: b and :-pring ^ colli■r.'*:: tin- p r o p e r ^ price Would lie 75e.. ^ 1• j()\v V iiu c a n ^ buy tinun at . . .'’‘dl.ides 1 • a•ai'ii!Ced f o r a ami ]u;i up at yoair ^ l:ousc, 1 L artsh<irn’s roihu-. li-uui knot - WE MEASURE AND PUT UP SHADES YOORhOUSE 3 X 6 FOR '35 CEMT5 ted fi'iiigi', 3x(i. I'.mijiii'ii-ri'i- ........ 50c A. I. NAMM. % N orz \. I wonder what R ipans Tabulcs are ? I see them advertised everywhere. D o r a . Vv^ell, I can tell you. i'hey a.re a household necessity. I A 7 A N T E D : — A c a s e o f b a d h e a l t h t h a t R * I * P * A * N ’S w I U n o t beiTefit. T l i e y b a n i s h p a i a ani-I proJorn; Jlfe. O n e ffive.s r e l i e f . N o t e t h e w o r d r r i - p - A ’ N - S o n th e naok;ii:e a n d n o H u b s t l i u t e . 10 f o r b c e n t s , m a y b e h a d at ar.y dnif? s t o r e . T e ' KaiiU’h'S •'lUd o n e th o n s a n - l le.^ t l m o n l a l a w i l l b e m.nllO' to t h e R i p a n s C l i y m l c u l C o . . N o . 10 .Spruce S t . MASON’S, Myrtle Ave., Cor. Bridsje St., Brooklyn. N. Y. Established Over 50 Years, Holiday Goods Now Ready. A m a g i i i l i r . 'nl assiirtm.'iit of 0(M l''aiu'y ( 'hairs. H r a s s T a b l r - , l.aniiis. Dc'.skHS, H.K'k.'i's, HiMiki'.'iHos a n d Inmdi'i'ds i.l'olln'i- h a n d s o m o a n d ii^\i'id Ai tiolos siiitabl® ' foi' ( 'hi'ist m a s jircs.'iit s. A Iii'auliriil I’ai'loi' Disk at ( 'om h ii i a l ion Hookoasos at $ P . 7 D : Gold Hi'i'ojit ion ( 'i iairs at $ 1 . 7 5 ; liai'dwood Hocki'i' at, .S.yo. E v e r y t h h ig for Housekeepirag*. E a s y P a y m e n t s . Long Tam e. MASON’S, 115, !17, 119 <S 121 M y r tle A v e , [iro o k ly n , N. Y. fi.stab lisiied O v e r 50 Y e a rs. m a y b e h a d a t ar .y d n i f t s t o r e . T e n m.nllo d to a n y a d d : e . s s fo r 5 c e i u s . f o r w a r d e d . N e w Y'ork, T H A N K S T H E E A G E E . To the E d i t o r of the Hrooklyn Eaf^lc: PerroiL m e to extend lo you th e tliank.s of th e people living in th o neigiiborhood of tho S t e r l i n g place statio n of tho Hrooklyn and B r i g h t o n Beach R a i l r o a d for the in.nnncr In V . hich you took up o u r cac.se. The station, which. M'as closed and against which action w e protested, has been reopened by the p r e s i ­ d e n t of t h e R a p i d T r a n s i t L'e.inpany. and a l ­ tho u g h the accom m o d a t i o n s are no t what they should be, yet v c bcl:<‘ve th a t before long th e people -will got c r c r y t h . n g they need for b e t t e r ‘lorvico from the com p a n y . Much of the success wo accomp’li;Ic'd In tho m a t t e r is due to th e m a n n e r in wfiich the Engle de­ fended a n d gave publiciry to o u r grlovunccs/ a n d we th a n k yo u for tho iruer»‘.-t. you have show n . JO H N CO.STELLO. 1)08 S t e r l i n g place. .)■ I .• p -E M. .’’ll':- I : iMw^.rii .! J 1:11; ‘ ' TI ’ I ■, .Ml’’ i ' r.-.-’M;. . .1 • ; ■ :i:- Ml- k . i d ;;:;!:, 'I'.’i;:.,;. .'1 .M>s in-; M.i-’- A T H A N K S G I V I N G S O C I A L . Tlu; CrcsccnL (Bee flu i ) held a sojial on Tiw.nksgiving n i g h t ai. th e lioino of I‘resi<!cnt Mo'.vard K. BuuLsir. :P.» Grove strevt, A very plcu.sam evening v.as sinuit in singing and playing game.s. Several soltu-t i-uis w e r e ren­ dered by tho glee club. A m o n g those pre.s- eiU w e r e Hov.ard E. Baulsir. Miss .Matid XoblcU. George Osirandc-r. Itobort F. Haul- sir, R i c h a r d Ballard, Mr. and Mr.s. Lloyd, j Mr.s. G. O s t r a n d e r , th e Mlsso.s F a n n y Sher-1 m a n , G r a c e Switzer. May S h e r e r , E m i l y Star-1 kins. L i l a H o w a r d . Lizzie Clemons. S.adio | B a u l s l r , Adclo Collins. I'oarl C l e m o n s . Me.sars. i Nel5»on Oowning, Hiehard B u t c h e r . H e r h e r r . ; ’S p r a g u e , Alcnzo K i r n e y . Alfred S e a m a n and Ch.irics Le.'i.vh. S P E E D I N ^ W R I T I N G . A. .1. Scarborough, the instructor In pen­ manship at the Commercial High School, ie proud of his pupii.s. He endeavored to eji- tablish a few records in speed writing recent­ ly. and has succeeded. A I'upr. xeiitat ivo of i ihc E a g l e s!iv.’ bvvD’riil iuiurir-od rpucimup.;- ^ of handw r i t i r . v yesi.urfiay. *I’he Sj.efiau’U.s [ I'.ad been w r i u e n a: an avi.-rage rate >■1 from i liP to A?, word.s u miiiut.*. T h a t writtiui at an j av e r a g e of woi'd.s a m i i i u ' e '.vaK in a sur- j prisingly clear liaud. .'^Ir. ScarlK»rcugh ray:-’, th a t the av e r a g e m a n w r i t e r about iT. ward.A a m i n u t e . T h e bovK where I’h i r n g r a p h y -.vu.i 1 suim i i u e d yesterday arc all ab o u t i.'i year.^ ^ old. A S U R P R I S E P A R T Y . A .surprise • p .trty was te n d e r e d to Misn -M. Sands at her lim i e , ou W e d n e s - j day e v r n i r g . by h e r Trionds. Tho c v j ; > | Ing was spent In tunglng and th e p l a y i n g of | gam e s wlileh Inntcd u n t i l a la t e luiiir. Thu S'jpiier mai-r;h war. l. rl by Miss Snnd.s a n d (Tuirles Gailaglier. ihf* rest of th e c o n i m l i t e c following. Am o n g those p r e s e n t w e r e : Cl.arles (lall.’ighi’f. MI.- d M. .sitiidn. ''Juslavc; M. Kaullng. James Miss 10 I! l i e , R ; i . . m ' : ■ ,\j; ■ D -I'. ; 'll }: ,\'ii :i. .\11: O P P O S E D TO N E W B R I D G E . To :)u- Id i L’..r of tin.- Bruoklyn !v'ik:b ; .Mr. GnuK ..li'i .Mr. Ka:ic ••vill lind thoi:- ‘•;mds ef Mii’porm-rs in th.eir oiipifsitioii to tic- iM w Ka .,1 Ich’er LrbU’/''. It i.s un :c7ry aU'! unrrlb'l for lu Inv.'e i!i** terminu- o:' t'A'e bridge.-' uj m a r lo-clhev. He.sidc. i: v.dd be till' :u:i I) .li :< in <jf a great dua) of prcji- : oriy. as on le'.v.'r i-idtcn s.ree; (irnt'.ei'T* has alrerniy t;een ruined, an-l this wuul'l destroy ’ it 'jll the \\:jy to Gold stre-'t. In tb.'i: t<ju‘” :her«’ .ire hundreds of wi'lo-.vs and orplians v.hoha.e b‘’cn ser.ipinr. t o u n h e r ; taxes for years ii> keep ib.cir Itomes. 1 kmus i of famili'S v.b.o h:.ve be. n paying !a.-ge taxes flip eiglr.y y.‘'ir; r:.'! now th-’ir profi-.s are t!) I/O sjerib -ed ar.il In tlu' e:id they will b,- • called u ; mm . e, ji.i/ ih* Ir full Guire of t’ne, lilT.'Hiu.'i-'ll rel.s.'d. !t is an outr.igi’ on the eonirnunity. If Kbitli'jsh 1 I'fiple .vant a route to New j York let thvin fake .Ytlantlc avenue, Ptraighi .'ii'rus.$ th e r;v e : ‘ u> tlii.’ l.uisin! s s se'-iio n . o i a p ' b n t ly i n g be;',vee:. W a l l a n d l-'iiU »n . s t r e e t s , w h e r e tlie n u ' s i ir::p,\;: u m ; I nsim .-4 ..ihecs are lo c a t e d . .MIc.rui;’ .on n;ic i-; :he m u t e fo r S o u t h B r o o k l y n , I*ro-pe( t H e i g i r . .-s, i ' h a i b u s h am! v i.-l:i;;d i),‘;ie,r im n p l o . Thr«*('-';ua rt ( r s of tiie la die:: un iT.i.^ue.’t I t ’, i g h : s .’ilwa.'.'s i.-il-n Mi*. S'uirli r'er: jr a n d « 1«. •• Tw* ! it y - th::-d s':*-*’-. [be .shopping d i s ’ r i c t . T h e y v.'oubi ’oc deligli;.*'! w i t h a a i.Tyi’o v e d r e n t e . U ’iio i-' th e m ' e t ' . i y .\I Sh* a. v.hn iii'i’S r m c g •(1 d i ' t . i t e ’A'iuit I'h.iU derie v ; r h ’d r o c k l y a ’ll•(l])(,'r! y 7 H.'c.- h i s f a n h l y iiabl inx- .s * I g l u y .w a r s , o r ha.s b.e jn s i o v e r ? H e m.u.st w*’Il paid f<’F r u s h i i i g ;i;i;-, lu a t t i T i l t r o u g h ’.iid'or • t h e lin'ik of ilie p r ’);-].’ a r c aw c . t e of ij. .May*'r V.in M‘y k ha.s fmr- l n f o r e b e e n v e c n - f,;:iic,il a;M JrlC'l k t * n * .(p'S’sH'.'-- ()own. H a smrcly will m u allo w s u ' h n t h i n g to be do n e d u r i n g his a d t t i . u l s i r a t i ’i n : su c h a w h a l e - --•;ile d e s t r u c t i o n of ;jrep._*rty. 'The I'higle h a s a l w . t y s b* e n mi the* s i d e of jnstic»* an d f.'iir play. \Ve h o p e n o w it w i l l oppose Mii’h .-.r: c x t r a v a g a n i s ' - h e m ' . T h i s is a iip i t e s i frcip.j oiie ' ' h o i: is Iv-’U :i r e a d e r of y n u r p a i ' e r n g r e a t iun ' t y y*'a:s a::d a l w a y s w a n t s uj see j u s t i e , ’ d o n e . .M. ,\. K . H r o o k l y n . H e c i n i b e ’' li, .!ost‘.'« t ■>'!ij.*Uus b'ui’gu* s o n aO'! George E . N>i‘';r;i:-..l ai'* preliarlug f.ir a trip th r o u g h th d S’, n t h on 5 v hun.t for A. 1 l i \ i V ,

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