Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, April 17, 1909, EDITORIAL, Image 11
The Omaha Daily Bee EDITORIAL PACES 11 TO 10. THE OMAHA DEE a clean. Tollable newspaper that la admitted to each and every home. VOL XXXV1IIX(). 262. OMAHA, SATURDAY MOHNINO, APRIL 17, 1901). SINGLE COPY TWO CENTS. Men's Clothin A Saturday full of wonderful possibilities for men in search of Spring Suits. Opportunities to save a five dollar bill on the very handsomest suit the spring sea son has brought out. Here's a clothing business that's done "on the level" offering you best clothing on the lowest margin of profits. Saturday We Offer These Men's strictly pure worsted and all wool cassimere suits. In all the nobby models, with fancy cuffs and pocket flaps or the more conservative styles. In new tans, grays, slates, Olives, etc., Including blue serges, serge or alpaca linings, values to 116.00.. $10 MEV8 SUITS -In all the choicest worsted effects, two and three shades of tans, greens, grays, including fancy stripe and plain Diue serges. Greatest assortment dressy models Bennett's ever displayed at the popular price of. - . $15 MEW'S FIJTEST SOTS In two and three buttons; velours, cassl- f meres and worsteds, very choices fabrics In the late hades, also check and pencil stripe patterns. High grade tailoring throughout, 125.00 and $20 Dress the Little Fellows in Style Here's Helping You Do It Cheaply. .$4 Men's Shirts for Less , You'll no such shirt-values In town as we ' offer now. The department is overflowing- with , new shirts patterns you'll like, any style you prefer as well. Among them are white madras shirts and in atrip and figured ' effeota , $1.00 and $1.80 One of the big attractions In our new Boys' department Saturday Is a lot of 300 strictly all wool double breasted suits, with two pairs of knlckerbocker pants. They come in all the best spring shades, sizes 9 A( aa to 15 years; these suits are actual $4.50 JW MX values. On sale Saturday at "WW Two tables stacked full of fine all wool cassimere and worsted suits, in all the new nobby shades now so popular. Smart double breasted models and knlckerbocker pants, $5 and BOYS' FIXE REEFERS In plaids, checks and stripes, with emblem on sleeve, sires 5 to 8 yrs., an assorted lot of our entire small lots and broken lines 'J r of $5.00 styles; your choice of any 4 M BOYS CAPS AND HATS In all the late shades and shapes in the new department. (Second Floor.) Men's 92.no Hats at 08c A clean-up lot, good styles black stiff hats, also soft telescope, trooper and staple chapes, In brown, pearl and nutria, values $2.60 at 08 Stetson and Oofut Knapp Hats One of the broadest range of styles shown by an Omaha store. There's be coming shape for all men, either in soft or stiff, and in every shade; others at. .$2.50 $3.00 nd $3.50 Fancy Half Hose 100 dosen new embroidered effects and other fig ured ilesUnr, in blacks and all the new shades en popular this season. They're lc quality TTVT71TTTTTTa Mr Summer Style IVook and any Home Journal Pattern 15c Ladles' 20 J V TOILETS Bath-a-8weet Rice rowder lee Ia Trefle Talcum Powder So Murray and Lanman's Flor. Water i0o Colgate's Turkish Bath Four., 1 lb. bars for sio German Sea Foam Soap (Imp.) at Bo Parisian Sage Hair Dressing. at 48o Hays' Hair Health SSo and 4So Panderlne.. sao, 43a and a So Uoldman's Hair Restorer $1.00 Traveling Man's Sample Line for "HO Tight Sjhlrts for men, plain white and fancy trimmed, rollarless and with collar, regular and extra elses $1.00, 7 So aud Boo Tailored Suits--Choice..$15.00 An unexpected purchase, and just in the nick of time. A traveling salesman for one of New York's big suit houses, traveling to the coast, just finished his trip here in Omaha. To avoid paying heavy excess baggage on about 100 sam ples back to New York he closed out to us his entire line at practically our own figures. These suits represent the entire line of styles made by a house favorably known in every prominent city in the United States. In the line are , 1 t Acr rs a aoa rs rm vaiues oi -d.uu 10 u.uu. mere are TH J that we can hold a sale that will create town talk. Saturday's buyers get pick for Suits for the Little Miss Tailored models, woman1" styles such as the fastidious young miss of 14 to 17 years yearns. Made from new wor teds, with long coats, featuring the straight line tendency r.s.Tp"la::....... $10-$12-$15 Children's Wash Dresses There's that "something different" about our child ren's dresses that mothers always look for but rarely find. No other house in Omaha is showing such beautiful little frocks. The designs are simply charming and the materials are;good standard percales and ginghams such as you would buy yourself at the counters if you were to make dresses yourself. Once you see these you'll buy a season's supply. On Sale Beginning 9 O'Clock Saturday Season's Accumulation of Silk Remnants Friday we close out the dress goods remnants. Saturday you carry away the silk remnants at trifling prices. Over 8,000 pieces, the pick of the season's choicest silks. We have cleared away the front section of dress goods department for displaying these remnants. Extra salespeople will be on hand to give prompt service. . In the lot are silks for' every purpose. yiaia Heasaliaas, TsffHaa, tonlatanes, Bajahs, 1-oulard., Pong-ees, .au da Bole, Wash Bilks, Black auks in length from one and one-half to fifteen yards. T. . .... l- .ilka in r,iii u.l.i l.nrlh, n1 all worth II will he Bl.BO One Una is especially dowwwh"! . j . -...- - " , . ..... i ,, , .1 .Haft mrA d . fiKrt tr 11 Oft varil tier piece e.w Our neat eiyiee irum -1 . liTard otcoe. that sold at 86o and $1.00 yard. tCyard plecii 'that 'sold at M-00 a yard, per piece .BOu SSo Four yard pieces White Wash SUks will be 75c lS-vard lenathft. worth 5c a yard, price for en tire length o.o Dresses of percale and gingham, plain shades, ring dots, checks, stripes, etc., self straps and piping, low round or high neck, two to five vear $1.00 Gingham dresses, In jumper and long sleeve styles, regular little beauties 85 Plain Gingham Dresses, high or low neck, piping trimmed ....... 59 Dresses for girls 6 to 14 years, in light and dark standard percales, high and low neck, regular and jumper styles; many choice pat terns, too. Absolute folly to have them made while these are so good and cheap. . . .$1.25 Also a great assortment of Toll du Nord, Ander son gingham and percale dresses $1.75 $2.25 52.75 $3.00 Good Muslin Underwear Picking Tables fairly bristling with choice offerings and rare good savings on snowy Under muslins of the better sorts. I COBSXT OOYSKB Late styles I lace and ribbon trimmed. I very dainty garments, also a I few mussed lines, ?! worth to 68c .'B OOWII, Drawers, Oorset Cov ers -Moat all new and fresh garments of special attrac tiveness, some mussed, .le garments worth to Sic.,.''''5 aOWBTS and Oorset Covers, of fine materials and hand somely trimmed In the lot are values up to $1.60, .7l choice w Combination Garments Corset cover and short skirt or corset cover and drawers, made of cambric, lace and ribbon trimmed. . . .$1.25 Others at $1.78, $2.00, f&SO, S3.00, $3.73 Cambric Skirts Beautifully trimmed, with 20 inch embroidery flouncing, with underlay and dust ruffle; an exceptional f 1.75 value. Sat- urday for , $1.00 Hardware Houaecleaning, garden and kitchen needs nowhere so attractively vrA. jSnJa-Csrter's White Lead, in 100-lb kegs, including double stamps, per pound IJberir Howie Paint 1- gallon can. worth 1.25. ,or .gallon can. worth 65c. for 50 1 2- fallon can, worth 40c. '.... 30 Etra Quality house paints. $1.30 Double stamp, on all Paint and ar nlsh purchases. mfc os in. 80-foot lenaths. pr foot. 10eVl2o and Uc 100 stamp, with each (0-foot lenath. Voattry Wtra In full rolls, sq ft H Baajaelwara Imported white ware Sauce pans with cover White Knameled Pie Plates 100 Oood slie Mlxlna Bowls larire else Mlxlna Bowls Henry Dttson Hand Sawe, fS, :-ln. $1.39 Bally Iron Jack Plane. No. .. . A...$1.S Maydola Hammers, No. 1V4 or 11 Vi ...BOo Mortise lckB. old copper finish, oval deeian Railroad Wheelbarrow, special fi.7 Hteel Un Rake, J4-tlne. 0c klivd....ao Ppadlns Kork. -tlne 7BC1 and 40 stamp. Ciaaollna Stoves, 1-hole. for ....s.a Base Ball Goods and Fish Rods Bsaa Ball Bulls for hoy.. $1.00 kind ..7o fiaae Ball MUts for boys, special Catcher'. MUU. factory .ample.. bl line one third off. join..? v :n i.uu r i1' j'"-t - v. - Trimmed Hats five Dollars A Saturday trimmed hat sale that sticks out aa the one bright spot on the millinery horizon. Two hundred beautiful and ar tistic spring models, in the best and moat popular shades; dressy shapes, trimmed In fruits and flowers, velvet ribbons and feathers, values to $10.00, at Another lot exquisite hate, worth to $12 60; priced at.... $7.50 (Second Floor.) $5 35c 25c kindi Mattings j Price Every piece In stock goes I nothing reserved. Buy your sum mer floor coverings now. Jap and China matting like this kinds at. yard 17 V at, yard 12Vi 20c kinds at. yard 10 60c fibre matting.". 30t Telt Bnfi 17x61 Inches, reversible and very durable, useful all over the house, fine color combinations all 12.00 rugs for $1.1 Data ug- 27x50 Inches, four col ors, guaranteed to launder perfect ly; clean, beautiful rugs fur bath or bed room will not become hard or fringed 12.00 rugs closing at " velvet Ribbons For millinery use entire new line, all widths to five Inch, all silk, In all best colors. Moet complete line In ) town. Telling- .Another great Saturday aale, all colors, 60c veiling, 25c, 25c veil ing lOo Dutch Collars Very choice styles, at 25n to 93.00 Jabots Mure new arrivals. .BBo to $8.50 Kaohlax Cord aad Chiffon Baching, six lengths In box ..SOa Tourist Ruchlng, box SSo Bilk Bjlbbons Satin and fancy, all col ors, regular 20c line, at lOe Wide taffeta ribbons for hajrbow. and sashes, 25c quality for . i- lBo V-lnch Moire and Messallne ribbons, plain and c hangelle, 40c quality SBo Our Market Is Indispensible Von need It if you are a true economist. Here is the price story for Saturday : o,uj ids i-Tesn tig i-orn iioast, per in 69 t f rime nuueu mo ttoaui, 10.iaC Choice Pot Roast, lb., lOc, 8c, 6c Fall Lamb Legs, lb. ... . . . .12Jc Fall Lamb Shoulder Roast, lb. 7 He Fall Lamb Stew, 6 pounds. . . ,23c Mutton Chops, loin or rib, lb. 12 4c Veal Chops, per lb 10c. Cudahy's Diamond C Hams, best grade, per lb 13 He Cudahy's Rex Bacon, lb.... 12 He COTTOLEXB SPECIAL. 2-lb. palls ...25c and IS stamps 4 -lb. palls ...50c and 25 stamps 10-lb. palls $1.25 and 40 b tamps Bennett's Big Grocery These Advertised Specials oa Vale Bennett's Kxcelslor Flour, per sack Pride of Bennett s r lour, per sack Bennett's Cspitol Flour, per sack Bennett's Beet Coffee, three pounds for Bennett's Heat Coffee one pound Bennett's Tea., aBeorted kinds, per pound . . . Bennett's Capitol Baking Powder. 6 pound can. Kntder'a Pork and Beans, large can Kgg-O-See Corn Flakes, S packages Pure Honey, Mason pint jar Bweet Pickled Peaches, quart jar Blue Borax Starch, package. , Hub-No-More Soap, six cakes Hub-No-More Powder, six packages F.llen Sardines, per can New South Syrup, per can ,. Bennett's Capitol Extract, bottle Kamo Catsup, pint bottle Armour's Corn Beef, number one. enn Armour's Ham, Veal, Beef Loaf, can Lomcetlo Swiss Cheese, pound Full Cream Cheese, lb rjUDAT AJTD ATUZDAY. ..1.70 and 60 green ...ei.ou ana on green . .Sl.eo and 60 green . .$1.00 and 100 green . ...3&o and SO gretn . . . .SSo and 75 areen , , .$1.00 and 100 green . ...BOo and 20 green ....Boo and 10 green ,...85o and 20 green ....85c ...,10o e,nd 10 srreen ...'.850 and 20 green ....SSo and 20 gretn . ...lOo and 10 green ..,.880 and 10 green . . . .180 and 20 green ....83o and 10 fcreen ....14c and 10 icreen . ...10c and 5 green . ...S5c and 10 green . ...Sao and 10 green stamps stamps stamps stamps stamp, stamp, stamp, stamps stamps stamp. stamps stamp, stamps stamps stamp, stamp, stamps stamps stamps stamps stamp. UTTTT'li'.'R Bennett's ,w-"-' Cr Jreamery Capitol finest quality, full lb. bricks, per OfW lb. Friday and Saturday ITEN S TOURIST OK GRA- " HAM CRACK- If.. ER8 for 1UC and 10 stamps. Premium Uutterlne. two pounds for 4?o and 20 areen ammo Martha Washington Flakes, package 10c and 6 green stamps Hurntiom's 20c Clam Chowder lao l!Uo lloval Tomatoes, can loo Mixed Candy, pound Pop Corn Balls, 3 for .100 .64 CAsTDrEB IN TMB OSOOIBT IZHc can. Hoyalton Lima Bean. 8o 10c P. W. Clam., for lis halted Peanuta, pound loo California Figs, package 6o Saturday's C'LTT7,1T,TP HITTCTaT1 Sale at Greatest OJtljlli 1 MUOlU Dennett's ADD OHl CEBT SXTISA F CO FT, XT BT BCAXI.. What's Your Name PUDNIN TAME Ask me again and I'll tell you the same. This tn a new Iwo-.tep dedicated to all youngster. A dandy new one by Theron O. Bennett. It's the biggest kind of a hit every where it's played. Don't IS)-' you want It StraUlT SAISXZB A pretty, new Irish song an answer - to Irish Mollis O. Ask to hear It played you'll Ilk It ,lo A tittle Hon.. Bulls for Two (new) Dear Old Broadway (Follies of 1907), Fairy Klsse. (a new waits that Is good), C. O. P. Mean. Call on Dad each, and many more lto New York's Newest Hona always first at Bcnnelfs busy muslo corner. N Py Onlta Owen. I Daisies Won't I who also wrote I Tell I Sweet Bunch of I J lalslea. Just the sweetest of all tfte new songs. per copy .14 IOTZLIOR Swinging Into our third thousand lot' now; simply can't stop It. Everybody ha. caught Us magnetic Charm, by Theron O. l Bennett, of cottTse 10 Jangle Moon, a song and two-stop that will be as popular aa Under the Tropical Moon, and by the same ' writer. Percy Wenrlch ISo Path That Xad to Lore, a new catchy high class ballad, fresh from New Tork and taking like wildfire, at "a Boys' Heavy School Stockings 10c 100 dozen only, heavy 20c quality, a hosiery bargain every mother ot boys should grasp. Rarely is such an offering possible these days. Less than cost to make 10 Women's Imported Lisle Hose, In all best colors, durable double soles, every pair big value at 36c; Saturday , 25 Women's Geneva Silk. Hose We have sold over a thousand doien of these splendid goods look and feel like real silk 50c values three pairs for 91.00 Women's Fast Black. Mercerized Hose specially priced, pair 21t Knit Underwear Women's low neck sleeveless vests, taped neck and arm, 20o goods, at 134 Low neck mercerized and lisle vests, lace trimmed. 35c goods, t -25 Women's knit pants, wide kne, lace trimmed, SOc, 35c and 23 Women's long sleeve cotton vests, 35c regularly, for 25 Handkerchiefs Women's pure linen 12-lnch hand kerchiefs, usual 8V4o value special 5f Women's pure linen 13-inch band- kerchiefs, nice and very sheer, 16c value 10 Men's pure linen 18-inch handker chiefs, Vi-lnch hems, 20c quality, at 12 Exceptional Glove Opportunity You don't go wrong when buying gloves at Bennett's. We have practically all the best of the world's products to choose from and the best are represented in our lines. Many under our own brands. Can supply all the popular spring shades now. Women's two-clasp Kid Gloves, everywhere $1.00: choice of black, brown, tan, gray, red all perfect goods, 7Qf too; new stock, all alxe.: Saturday, at, pair i w Women's two-clasp Lambskin Gloves, all best colors ' at ........$1.00 and S1.BS Women', two-clasp Grenoble French ', Kid Gloves, nil bet mlnra at SI. 60 and $2 00 Kayscr and Fownes two-clasp Silk Gloves, double tipped at ; BOo, 7So and 31.00 Kayser and Fownes elbow length Silk Gloves. 'double tipped. 7o, $1.00, $1.60 life Double stamps on all purchases of QIot.b, Hosiery, Woman's Underwear and Handkerchief. Saturday. Solid Gold Set Rings at Half A chance seldom possible t. offered you Saturday that prospective purchasers will do well to take advantage of. These are women's rings, net with opals, emeralds, sap- phlres, ruby doublets, etc: I6.K0 ring. for. Sa.a $4.00 rings for. .$1.08 IS. 00 ring. for.. $1.60 Oold niled Bracelsts Big assort ment, $7.50 values for $3.00 ZTew SToveltles Just In Jabot pins and Jet Jewelry. Jet hat pins, Jet Jabot pin. and brooches, Jet collars and combs: also new amytheet and topaz Jahot pins and Jewelry, me dallion pin. and hatpins, will go at, up from BBo, BOo and $1 - AW. Sale Hand Bars Great Saturday of fering In late styles In Morocco, goat, seal and patent leather hand bags, etc., many with spilt bottoms In all the (latest shapes and col or. value, two ahd three time, our price. .$1X0, $1.60, $1.88, $2.00 Greatest Shoe News in the Paper Nothing hotter in shop bargains has been shown you this aeaaon. Here's the material to bring out a greatly Increased throng of buyers. Men and women are both Interested in these Saturday sales. Men's Low Shoes New, nobby, upto-date spring styles, best $3 values to -be found in Omaha; choice of tans, oxblood, gun metal, vici and $4 patent colts; choice S1.98 Men's Work Shoes Here's a lot of good, honest, well made shoes, .solid leather throughout; a shoe that will cost you at least $2.60 any place you care to go. Ben nett's offer them Saturday st 51.69 Womeu's Low Shoes S mart, dressy styles, appealing to all who pride themselves on their good taste In footwear; choice of chocolate kid pumps with straps and Kussia calf oxfords with hand sewed extension soles, all J3.60 values, for $2.50 Women's Brons. Kid rumps A b solutely most fashionable shoe worn this season, ankle strap, and ex tension Holes. $5 value. $3.8S pallets Elastic side Juliet, for wo men, tipped and plain toe. $1 TK value, at $1.89 CHINA DEPT SALES 1,000 Cu8pldores in a great Saturday sale. 36c Earthen Cuspldores for IKe 36c China Decorated Cuspldores for 19c 76c fancy Hayne or Warwick Cuspldores 40c $1.85 high shaped Cuspldores, very special OMo $2.76 fancy shaped Parlor Cus pldores for $1.19 Fruits and Vegetables Navel Oranges, dozen, J 5c, 20o, 2.V, 30c, and , . . 40c Lemons, dozen I5c and 2w Orape Fruit, 2 for i&c Cooking Apples, pock 40c Wine Sap Apples, peck 70c Lettuce, Green Onions, Turnips, Red Beeta, Carrots, bunch. . . .6c Cabbage, pound a Bananas, dozen Peanuts, quart rc II - ' M sfwna WTWiyJHILI.1 1 rTWTMHnsiitrwTwwTrrrmi wniTrmTniMlii " r''"ir ssWlMMHt " I I I I . 9 PIRATE GOLD IN A CAVE traeMaa Mike. ! l Freely proast OI nmrirm Tresis'' On. of th. .trans and yet amusing ca.es that wa. ever tried In this Acadian action of country will com. up In the district court of Vermilion parish at Abbe vllle La at th. April term. It is the old 'miliar '.tory of th. hidden treasure of Ilrat. Lafltte. H. operated in the gulf and the Acadlans believe that he sailed up the Bayou T-l.e rt"1 booly lon Us banks In aeveral places. There are tra ditions to this effect and a number of peo ple showed their faith In these traditions by putting up their money. And now they have asked th. court, to settle Ihe matter. 6um Urn ago a crowd of "loal fortun." hunter, claimed that th.y had found a filled with, gold-aoubloooa. Tb cava mmm situated in th. "Cow island" country. twenty mile, south of Abbeyvllle. It was nn an lale and surrounded by moraaeas. and difficult of approach. The Pirate T Lafltte had undoubtedly "planted in. treasure fa this almost Impenetrable marshy section, and these hunter, found It by accident while they were hunting muskrat. and alllaator.. They minutely described the cave. It waa ten feet squsre. lined with brkk, and there were no doubt millions In It. These men were native Acadlans and lived In that section, wliero they follower hunting and trapping for the market. Price Choate wa. the leader of the company and the other, were Joe Choatu. Terry and Mesalre Hebert, and Clebert Qaapard. Whether they found a cava or not la not positively known, and It Is certainly known that no doubloons hare found their way Into th pockets af ttooaa who lavaaUd In the aoierprlM. After the treausure cave was located. either real or fancied. Price Choate, who Is known as a shrewd character, under took to finance the scheme. This par ticular section of morass In which the cava is situated la on the land of Pierre Dupleti, and In order to make matter, safe this land must bo bought. A stock company, limited, wa. organized, and an unlimited number of shares sold, at whatever price the verdant buyer, would pay. In addi tion, a solid roadway must be built across the sanip to hard land, so that the gold could be hauled out. Twenty thousand dollars was needed, and the people of this vicinity put up part of the money. Now, they are wishing that some one else had bit at the scheme. Price Choate and his confederates spent soma time In making developments, but did not turn up the stuff. In th. meantime, one of ihe men who had advanced money, quietly .lipped In and bought the land, paying 10,(W) for It about twice its value. He also searched for the supposed treasure, and, not finding It, charged the prospectors with fraud. Price Choate was arrested, but the others escaped. It Is Choate'. trial that will take place in Abbeville In April. He I. charged with obtaining money under false pretenses. But, he say. that th. pretensec were not false; that the cave and the Spanish doubloons are both there, and he can prove It, If they will let him out. He la In a peculiar condition, as well as In Jell. He cannot furnish ball. He ill not trust any one with the secret, and, of course, lite officers will not let him go to the cave alone nor can they officially accompany him. It would not look well. With him it 1. a case of an ocean of water and not a drop to drink. There are seme who still believe hi. story, and offer to visit th. cava, and bring back at least enough doubloon, to baU him out of jail, and, perhaps secure hi. acquittal. But, he refuse, to trust any one. He may go to the stste prison, but, then, when he 1. released, ha can get the plant. The crowd got about 11,000 and Price soon lost or spent hi. part, and 1. now left to do penance for the gang. The largest loser la the man who bought the land at an exor bitant price and who squealed when the cava was not found. The other victims have remained quiet. New Orleans Pe-caynna. NEW SURGICAL FIELD OPENED Latest Thing im Appllaarrs (.It's f.ao4 Reealls First Trial. Th. first operation In thai country upon a human being In which th. cavity of th. tharaa waa opened while th. lung. were Inflated from a chamber containing air at a greater pressure than that ot the atmosphere wa. performed last week at the Oemisn hospital. New York City, by rr. Willy Meyer. That Institution ha. been the first hospital to be equipped with the new positive air-pressure apparatus. The operation upon the little boy for em pyema thus far Is deemed to have been successful. The patient's condition has te?n satisfactory since the operation. It la believed that this apparatu. will open up wide field In surgery of the thorax. I'p to this time many operations In the thorax have been difficult to per forin and other. Impossible. Owing to the fact that a. soon as the cavity of this thorax was opened the stmospherlo pressure collapsed the lung, and breach ing slopped. The apparatus used, which is after the mojele of Prof. Bauerbruch to a deg consist, of two chamber, and a door from between the chambers and u door from the smallest chamber to tin- out-r air in. cnambert are lined with rubber.- To them run air pip.-, and valve, from a compressor run by a motor. Th. operating table Is arranged so that the patient lies outalde the main cham ber with Ms head within It. Rubber about the neck of the patient keep, the air within the chamber front escaping. The front of the larger chamber I. of glaaa, which allow, th. surgeons to see within it. Within the larger chamber, when an operation Is performed, are two anaesthetists, who admlnlate;- the ether. The smaller chamber I. for their con venience. The air pressure -within It is the asms as (hat within the larger cham ber, and permit, them to leave th. patient and return without changing the pres sure. New York T.mes.