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THE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY, AP1U E 11, 3897.
Lansburgh & Bro.
HERE THEY ARE.
The very newest made well
fit veil and finished almost
THIS UNDERSKIRT, 89c
mwto m iliill
Made of fine linen, full
umbrella style, extra wide,
with deep double flounce,
finished with two rows of
heading- gored at the
top, on" French yoke, with
draw string-. Length, 3S,
40 and 42-
Special price, 89c.
THE EASTER BUTTERFLIES
They Will Soon Come Forth From
Their Lenteii Chrysalis-
The" allies Dinner Mis. Blount
Given Private Tlieutrieuls at
"Xlic OaW SocJu.1 .Cvents.
THIS WRAPPER, $1.48.
In anotlier week society will Have laid
asiile the Lenten sackcloth and ashes and
the debutante will come forth from her
chrysalis, a raWaiic Easter butterfly in
raiment of brilliant and gorgeous hues.
WUh the blossoming of the peach trees
and the mating of birds comes also the
usual number of Easter wcddlugb. Among
those for Easter week are the following:
Miss Annie Cromwell and Ensign J. Hale
Sypher, U S. X:, which will take place at
the Chuich or the Ascension; -Miss Annie
Ulackistou and Dr. Edwin M. Hnsbrouck,
at St. AnriiewV, -Miss Margaret Louise
Hamilton and -Mr. Charles J. Murphy, at
St. Aloysius. and Miss Anna S. Huge and
Mr. Frederick Adams Savage, at St. John's.
All of these are announced for Tuesday,
The marriage of Miss Kate McClelland
to Mr. Frank Chapin Lothrop, of Massa
chusetts, will take place on "Wednesday,
Apiil -1, at Hainliue Church, while that
of Miss Carolyn McNulty and Mr. Edward
Allerton "Edes is bet for Thursday, April
.. .i. I 11 i 1 1 iiim iiiiii u li Hff HW 'HIT WV Ml IT " II If ""
cated to the club tom time ago, wad 'j jAJJtTJ I 'j'jeJXAmKAXrJ
lenucicu uy mo uumpubui, mi. "u"
and Mr. Todd gave several selections on
The club participated in anjimuslng and
enjoyable ""peanut Hun V art"cr which an
oyster supper was served.
Those present were the Misses Martin,
Frltta, Hopkins, N. Henry, Davies, Thorn,
Rcinburg, Henry, Moser, "Bliss and
Do Moll, and Messrs. Baden, Bliss, Hop
kins, Wright, Rickets, Embry, Todd,
Zurhorst and Bradley.
The monthly meeting of the Eibtophos
Science Club was held on Friday, at the
residence of Mrs. 11. M. Jonlou, No. 1911
G street tioithwest. It proved to be an
This perfect-fitting- "Wrap
per is made of fine quality
Percale of pretty spring
shades of Blue, Pink and
Green, with tight-fitting
lining to the waist. Prin
cess back, full front, with
a fane Bolero jacket, dain
tily trimmed with two rows
of Novelty Braid. Wide
girdle, neat turn-over col
lar, new st'le sleeve. Ex
tra wide skirt, full leng-th,
with deep hem. Sises 32
Special price, S1.48.
Gen. and Mrs. Miles entertained at dinner
last evening the Vice President and Mrs.
Hobart, the ' Secretary of State and Mrs.
Sherman, the Speaker of the House and
Mrs. Reed, the Chief Justice aud Mrs.
Fuller, Senator and Mrs. Hoar, ex-Senator
and Mrs. Henderson, Mrs. Stanley Mat
thews, Senator Penrose, and Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Henry F Blount was host at r.n
elaborate dinner last evening given in
honor of Secretary of the Treasury Lyman
G. Gage. The guests were the Secretary
or the Treasury, Mr. Charles G. Bell. Mr.
John Joy Edon, Mr. Matthew G. Emory,
Mr. Alexander Brittou, Mr. Henry A.
Willard, Mr. Justice Cole of the supreme
court, Mr. II AV. Woodward. Mr John 13.
Wight, Hon. John H. Kasson. Mr W J.
Boardman, Mr Crosby F. Noyes and Chuv
aliei Tientanove, the noted sculptor
The table was most artistically deco
rated in yellow nasturUutns out of com
pliment to the Secretary of the Treasury.
The Short Story Club held Its regular
semi-monthly meeting on Wednesday cve.i
ing last in the clubrooms at the Leuuian
The evening proved to be even more in
teresting than usual, the entire program,
both musical and literary, being the origi
nal composition of club members.
Little Martha Cameron entertained the
Children's Dancing Class yesterday after
noon from 5 to 7 at Kauschcr's Hall.
About a hundred little girls and boys,
children of the most fashionable people in
Washington, were present, taking part in
The hall was beautifully decorated with
plauts andflo wers.and tiiedalntily gowned
little girls and the handsome, manly little
fellows made a charming picture as they
went through the intricacies of many
The daintiest of favors, among which
were bells, canes tied with varl-colored
ribbons, Japanese fans and flowers, were
distributed by Miss Cameron and Miss
Price, who directed the affair.
Among the spectators were Baroness
Yon Hengelmuller, Mrs. Miles, Miss Miles,
Mine. Gann.MlssGana, Mrs. Barbour, Mrs.
Henry Hay, Dr. and Mrs. Radcliffe, Miss
Emory, Miss Boardmau, Mrs. Kaufman
and nmny others.
r I M
The store is in, gala attire and bright with a
thousand lovely creations. The stock we present is
immense. Big as the great store is, it is simply
overflowing with attractions. All on one great floor.
Everything fresh and beautiful everything of the
latest fashion out. Place your order for Easter Hat,
or Suit EARLY.
Mrs. Hearst lea yesterday for New York,
where she will spend a few days, return
ing to Washington about the middle of the
Order by mail if you live out of
420, 422, 424, 426 7lh St.
The French Ambassador and Mine. Pate
notre are now fettled in their beautiful
country home, "Clifton," near Woodley.
Mmc. Rosa d'Erinn, the Irish prima
donna, whose song and organ recitalB made
6uch a sensation here some years ngd, is
resting in this city during Passion and Uoly
Weeks. She will probably be heard here
after Easter, with her husband, Mr. G. R.
It is reported that Vice President and
Mrs. Hobart will lease the Cameron house
on Lafayette square, and that ex-Senator
an J Mrs. Cameron will remove to New York.
The Secretory of the Treasury and Mrs-
Lyman G. Gage have leased the country
home of Mr. Francis G. Newlands, at
Chevy Chuse, for the summer.
Mrs. O'Donell gave a supper on Friday
evening to .Mr. John Hare, the antor
One of the most fash
ionable shapes In good
quality Panama, at
Copies of Imported
Trimmed Hats at $4.98
This is Our Leader.
We have taken 100 Trimmed Hats
that afe copies or Imported designs;
neat, tasteful and effective stjles.
Bee them, xney will
surprise and delightrt A AQ
you. xney arc wouu jry-r. CJ J
S7, $8 and $10, at..' -' """
"We hope it's well and you can tf
KEEP it well and plump if you a
will take it riding these warm aft- g
ernoons. We will furnish the car- 43
rlagc and you may pay us for it a
the same way the baby grows a S
LITTLE at a time; tf
Ib a 6hort, Eharp word and we
don't LIKE t much but It's the
easiest way of saying "accommo
dation'' ami accommodation is the
mainspring of this rreat business
of ours. We want you to buy the
Matting here because ours is re
liablebecause wc tack It down
freel "We want you to buy the
Carpet here because we make, lay
and line it free no charge for
waste in matching rigures. Easy
weekly or monthly payments no
notes or interest.
Solid Oak Extension Tables,
40-pound Hair Mattresses, $5.00.
S3 qualities Woven Wire Springs,
Solid Oak, 3-piece Chamber Suite,
I GROGAN'S S
aj rismmoth Credit House. tf
17. 119. 2L 23 7th St. X Vf gi
J? l.clviccnllaiid ISti. ft
Km- J r
PAINTER OF MINIATURES,
Removed to 932 F Street,
Instructions to a limited class every morninj
AQUATICS AT HARVARD.
All the leinberis of tlio Crew iu
Splendid Physical Condition.
Cambridge, Mass .April 10. The aquatic
.CuttooK at- Harvard was never before so
glowing The oarsmen arc in epicnmu
physical condition, their form is admir
able, and their time fast.
Unquestionably tnc reason of the tre
mendous impetus is to be found in the com
ing of Lehman. Since his return a month
ago, the crew has made remarkable prog
ress. The once perceptible pause of the
boat between strokes Is hardly notice
able now, and the men arc rowing -.veil
together. The present personnel is Str ike,
J. F. Perkins: No 7, Goodrich; No G,
Thompson; No. 5, J. H. Perkins; No 4,
Bprague: No. 3, Hollister; No. 2, Bull;
'The Oaks," the beautiful and historic
residence ofMr. and Mrs. Henry F Blount,
of West Washington, was thrown open on
Thursday and Friday evenings to about
four hundred friends, who were invited
to a icception followed by private theatri
cals. The house was brilliantly illumi
natod and tastefully decorated witli as
paragus, promosa, palms and flowering
Mrs. Blount, who received In a hnndsomc
toilet or black velvet, with point lace, and
diamond ornaments, was assisted In ic
ceiving her guests ea Thursday evening, by
Mrs Magiuder, Mrs. Mary S Lockwood,
Mibs Lockwood, Miss Saxton, Mrs. Pat
ten, the Misses Waggaman, and the Misses
Lightfoot, while Dr. Chase, Dr. Wood, and
Dr. Wicheuek, assisted ab usners.
The second evening, Filday, her as
sistants were: Mrs Jules Guthridge, gowned
in black and white brocade; Miss Aileen
Bell, decollete gown of black gauze, over
blak satin; Mrs. A. J. Hairoid, decollate
gowu or red satin, with Jet trimmings;
Miss Carrie Tisdell, in yellow brocade
satin, with -white chrysanthemum-,; Miss
Edine Tisdel, in white bilk, -with violets,
and Miss Helen Nicolay, blue moho and
By 9 o'clock, the hour appointed for the
ringing up of the curtain," the guests had
assembled In the unique and artistic "play
room," which has recently been added to
the -Oaks," occupying the upper floor of
the house. The"playroD.n" is almost square
in shape aud is perfectly equipped for the
purposes for which it is designed. A -om-modious
aud well-arranged stage occupies
one end or the room and is beautifully
decorated in paintings, which are excellent
representations of tapestry. "
To the right or the stage is a convenient
niche for the orchestra, which was, on this
occasion, screened with tall palms and
The walls of the room are pale yellow
on which an Egyptian decoration of ex
tremely artistic conception and finish is
The work was designed by Chevalier
Trentanove and executed by Mr. Sidney
Burlogh, of Providence, R. I.
The plays given were "The Fatal Mcs
Bage,,, in which the cast included judge
Holt, Miss Blount, Miss Freeman, Miss
Hoit7man, Mr. Delano, Mr. Cooper and
Miss Hall, and "The Happy ralr,' in which
both Miss Blount and Mr. Cooper distin
guished themselves as Mr. and Mrs. Hon
eyton. Miss Blount's work showed a high grade
of histrionic talent. Her dainty morning
gown of pale pink moussclaine with fiills
of lace and a broad 6traw hat, laden with
pink loses, suited the part and the wearer
Mrs. Ellen Eames DeGroff, of Chicago,
-who is a sister of Mrs. Blount, gave some
impersonations startling in their realism.
When she appeared upon the scene at the
close of the first half of the program as
a decrepit old "Granny" and scolded her
unnatural grandchildren for sending her
off to bed, -when they were "having com
pany and play actin'," the audience gave
every manifestation of delight
The clever poster used in the play was
the workof the young artist Ralph Renaud.
At the conclusion of the evening, refresh
ments were served afld the "play room"
and players -were voted a great success.
Among the Invited guests were: Gen.
and Mrs. Robert Dyrcnrorth, Mr. and Mrs.
H. A. Willard, Mr. Matsui, Mr. H. K:
Willard, Mmc. Yang Yu, Mr. Szc, Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. John
B. White, Representative and Mrs. Barrows,
Senator and Mrs. Warren, Rev. and Mrs.
E. Bradford Leavitt, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Chribtlc, Lieut, and Mrs. Downcs Wilson,
Seifeddin Bey, Hon. and Mrs. Lemuel W.
Royce, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Thompson, Mr.
and Mrs. Darncillc, the Misses Darneille,
Mr. and Miss Spofford, Mrs. Somcrs, Dr.
and Mrs. Gallaudet, Mr. and Mrs. F. S.
Moore, Miss Moore, Senator and Mrs.
Burrows, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Butter
worth, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Barber, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles J. Bell, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Stanley Brown, Dr. and Mrs. Elliott Coues,
Hon. and Mrs. John W. Foster, Prof, and
Mrs. William T. Harris, Hon. and Mrs.
Charles S. Henry, Hon. and Mrs. Joseph
Hawlcy, Mr. and Mrs. M. X. Kauffmann,
Prof.-and Mrs. Elmer Bates, Mr. and Misi
Nicolay, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Pollok,
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Parker, Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas W. Sid well, Mr. and Mrs. Holtz
man, Judgi and Mrs. Holt, Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas F. Waggaman, and many others.
MlssRockhill, wire of the Assistant Secre
tary of State, will arrive on April 21.
Miss Dorothy Rockhill will remain in
England under the chaperonnge of her
The Literary Club metat the residence
of Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Kaufman, on High
land Terrace, last evening.
Mrs. D. T. Mertvago, the wife of tho
naval nttachc.-imperial Russian legation,
here, after the 20th lnbtnnt, starts for a
summer visit to Russia. Next Monday,
the 12th Instant, will be her last receiving
day in this season.
The engagement or Miss Cora Hirsb ot
this city, to Mr. Benjamin Spiccr, or New
Orleans, is announced. At home, at No.
443 Massachusetts avenue, this evening, be
tween 8 and 10
Violets 2 bunches
C00 bunches Violets, withg fitr.
leaves, 3 shades of violets, "1
1 1-2 dozen in a bunch, 2 J(j
For Ladle-, Misses and Children.
Tlaln and Fancy Straws, In all
shapes, including Snort-back Sailors,
Turbans anil Children's Flats, In
black, blue, brown,
red, green; also elwaut QC
line ot nil the latest t)(;
$5 and $6
Trimmed Hats, $3.98.
Our regular ?5 and 50 Trimmed
nats, in black and colors, including
Mourning Hats and Bonnets, all
made aud trimmed in the latest
styles, neat and effective de
signs, for which some
OhUibllHlimeiiis would tf0 (0
charge SG to 58 Our,), -; Q
$1, 75c and 50e
Sample Flowers, 19c.
Wc have another shipment of Im
ported Sample Flowers. In tills lot
are Roses, Hyacinths, Violets, Foliage
branched llowers of all -j Ok
kinds, with foliage. TakeJLt?C
your pick at
Our buyer has Just returned from
New York, where lie has bucceeded
in buying another sample line of
Ladles and Misses' Suits even bet
ter than those wo had before.
$20, $15 and $12
Suits at $6.48.
In this lot are fine quality serge
and novelty effects, also the lat
est noveltv In chameleon cloth, In
Eton fly front ana reerer enecia,
in blacks, heliotropes, jn
egg blue, cadet blue, .
green and brown. nkB
T.-iV-n vmir riiciiccnt.. '' w I
$?.50 Serge and Novelty
Cloth Suits, $4.98.
Fine quality Serge and Novelty
Cloth Suits, latest cf- .
rects, riy front, welltfyf Q
lined, In navy, blueJ.JO
and black Y
$2 and $2.50 Skirts, 98c
Very handsome Figured Bril
llantine and Shepherd's Plaid Skirts,
rull lined, Tull width, all
sizes, velvet bound. - O
Worth $2.00 and MqQ
$ 2. DO
Great Shirt Waist Sale.
87c Shirt Waist, 27c.
Fine laundered Waists, yoke back,
medium sleeve, made or percale and
cambric, in a variety or pretty
colors, stripes, checks,
and rigures: goodb in this O t7
lot boughttobell from riOo. st I r
to 87c. Opening price..
39c and 25c Slk and
Velvet Roses, 12c.
100 dozen elegantquallty Silk and
Velvet Roses, two in a bunch, with
buds, in all the latest
fashionable shades -f "
Greens, Heliotropes, Pinks I f;
audReds-at x w
1 SPECIAL EASTER MILLINERY SALE j
j BON MARCHE. j
S. The stock of trimmed hats, untrimmed straws,
flowers and ribbons and laces, are now at their 9
very completest this store, as large as It is V
will hold no more.
SAud rig-ht now when your millinery needs are fP
greatest and when every other establishment in J
Sthe city is advancing prices we are going to j
offer you some of the choicest and most desirable tp
' of the new season's creations at the usual last-of- 0
0 season figures. T
Tremendous Wrapper Bargain
75c Ladies' Wrappers, 37c.
no dozen Ladies' Colored Print
Wrappers, Watteau back, full front,
extra long, full width,
very desirable patterns; OfT
regular 7Ee. Wrapper. ," Cj
Opening price - w
8S2-8I4 Seventh St.
Branch Store 71 5 Market Space.
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Goldentarg's Store News Go ldenberg's Store News Goldenberg's Store News
This store is at its bes
and is doing its level best to serve you as no other store does.
It is bringing yon values wmen are reany remariiauiB auu un
precedented, and the woman who ignores its daily news ignores
many an opportunity of economy.
Just now every buyer is exerting every effort to secure depend
able merchandise at prices that will profit- us as well as to bring
you unusual bargains, and they've been successful as never before.
The Witan Club or the Eastern High
School was entertained on Fiiday even
ing by Mr. Bliss ot 921 East Capitol
The "Witan Maxell," -which, -was dedl-
Last week before Easter,
and if there's any 'silk or
dress goods buying that's
yet to be done, Monday and
Tuesday will be the last
days if you expect to have
the dress or waist made up
So we've gotten together
some verj' splendid
Values in Silks and
in some instances by lower
ing prices relinquishing
profits and in other in
stances by special purchases
We're so confident that
such values are beyond any
we or anybody has yet
quoted that we feel we could
offer to give them free if it
is possible to match them
ity will go for these two dais at
crcen, pink, white, and black has
been our :uic. quality , but "we lower
It for these two days to
Colored glace taffeta silk in all
the new Miades such as violet; pea
crcen, cardinal, and sapphire-is
really a 50c. silk for these two
Black and white Shepherd check
glace taffeta to go for thcne two
44-inch (double width) pure silk
black stripe black grenadine strong
ly woven durable vcr stylish a
51.75 quality to go for these two
23-lnch black Reau de Sole for
caocs and di esses all bilk here for
these two days at
Tretty Foulard printed silks for
shirt waists and drewes in nil the
new coloilngf and very handsome
patterns a G5c quality to go these
two days for
38-inch black mohair brilllanUne
very handsome luster-to go for
ttiese two days at
46-inch black imported Henrietta
wool and aquality which sellrfflBUally
lor 75c for these two days-
D4-inch ( note the' width) black
mohair Sicilian jet black-sold orig
inally for 75c for Uiese two days
G0-iueh black Broadcloth spring
Weight a jet black Australian wool
the 75c quality-jfor two days
Handsouiebiocadcd satin D'Lyon
in floral, scroll small, medium and
laige pattern quality guaranteed
iegularly sold, as iou may know,
for Sl.Jii: to go these two dnjs at
Silk and mohair black figured
gienadine 14 inches wide double
width,' to go for these two days at
Linings Very Low.
Rest assured, no matter
how low the price is here
you will never find 'trashy"
linings. The best evidence
thatour lining" values are
the best that can be had is
the fact we've the largest
dressmakers' trade in Uie
Yard-wide black and colored heavy
twilled Silesia ror these two days
includingapplegreen, la vender, helio
trope, eeiise, etc. to go tliesu two
The very best quality of herring
bone Haircloth regular piice, 35c
to go lor two davs
A new shipment of beautiful pat
tern hats from abroad arrived this
morning, and -will go on dress par
ado Monday morning in the mil
linery salon on the second floor.
They Include the latest and choicest
conceits in the
New Red iiatst
New Violet Hats.
New Bluett Hats.
and together with the superb as
sembly of millinery creationsal ready
on cxiiibltioii, make ll e laigestand
finest millinery exposition ever held
in Washington. l-Iaster Is but a
-week off and your time for choos
itirr i limit. wi cmni; before the
rush. Get In as early this -week as
you can to that we may give you
plenty of our time and attention.
A large variety or the new Straw
Hats in latest and smartest shapes
fine fancy braids in blacks, and
all the new shades Teds, heho,
purple, greens, browns,
cerises, etc. Regular $1 CQo
and $1.25 value Mils sale.. OJu
For all the world like a florist's
show room Is thib corner or the
"Big Millinery Store' Flow
andToIiage thatlook as if they had
iust come from the botanicil gar
dens. .More clerks to help you to
them Easter week so as not to
keep you waiting.
A large purchase of the newest
and latest; creations in sample
flowers from one ot the leading
importers: including geraniums,
pniisles, lilacs, bluetts, foliage roses,
ro.'-e bunches, poppies, and daisies
if bought in the regular
way would have to nell QQn
them for 75c this sale ZOu
A lot of geraniums, silk poppies,
geranium foliage, rose fol
iage, etc., that were bought Q
to sell for $1 this &ale.... M-CJu
A lot of beautiful velvet geran
iums, bought to sell for 30c
bunch, vou r choiceper bunch f Q n
this sale 13b
.Lovely bunches of geran
ium foliage, well worth
98c this sale
An exqufite lot ot fine
rose foliage, well worth
7nc this sale
Handsome bunches of large silt
poppies, 3 Shanes in ouueu,
bought to sell Tor $1
75c. bunches of the beau
tirul new bluetts this
39c. bunches of roses,
-with bud and foliage, rub
ber stems this sale
.Large bunches of lilies of
the valley, with leaves, reg
lar 75c. value this sale
Lovely bunches of Silk
Velvet Geraniums, "with
foliage this sale
Good big bunches of large Daisies,
yellow anu nrown centers,
with foliage, regular 39c.
value this sale
Iarge bunches of Double
Violets, with foliage, well
worth 39c this sale
All Pure Taffeta Silk Rib
bon. 3 ins. wide, extra heavy
quality, regular 25c. value
Lovely 4-ln. Gauze Rlhbon, white
with colored satin stripes, all the
new shades, regular 45a
quality and sold at that QfiP
price every where this sale Jllli
Elegant 4-in. Gauze .Ribbon
with the new variegated
satin stripes, regular 5c. (
value-this sale UU
27 ins. wide, in all the rare shades
reds, helio,, purple, greens.
cerise, and black, white, and O fT p
cream-this sale Lou
Beautiful Satin-rinished Mouse
line de Soi, all the new colors, 19
ins. wide -specially suitable
ror hat trimming well QCp
worth 50c this sale OUu
45-in. Mouseline de Sol, in blaclc
and ail colors (the black
shade is verv rare, but much 0 fl n
1 bought after; this sale OUU
US-Superb Tailor-made Suits from 55.98 up. Fabrics, linings,
finish and fit up the usual Bon Marche Standard.
314316 Seventh St N. W.
samm mm m m m m rmmnm mrwmg
Skirts Hade z
36-inch black, brown, and gray
"Moreen, moire finish regular 15c
sort ror two days at
Extra heavy black, brown, gray,
natural, white and cream all-linen
Canvas the 18c. sort-to go for
Black, white and gray best imita
tion haircloth -sells everywhere for
12 l-2c for these two days at
A new silk leno, in four shades
much better than the "Victor" at
9c -and yet only a cent a yard
2-Inch blank velveteen binding
to go for two days at
3G-incli black and colored RtibUe
Perciline the usual 12 l-2c. sort
ror these two days
"rcrcasiik" the new silk-finished
Skirt tlaing Inallthenewestshades,
12'c.Wash Goods. 8c.
Right at the beginning of the sea
son we bring you the mot desiratolu
light, dark, black and navy blue
patterns in corded mulls, lappet r f
fects, croisettes. etc. 30 inches
wide aud full pieces -warranted to
wabh splendidly and guaranteed the
very bestandmostdesirablel2 l-2c
wash stuffs made for
You would scarcely believe us If
we told you how many eases we
have already sold.
75c and $1 Wais-s, 37C
This is the offering that has filled
thesccond floorall day yesterday. V e
secured of a maker all of certain
lines of percale, lawns, batiste, and
dimitv bhlrt waists have detached
collars and cuffb are made with
full yoke, and very elegantly, too.
Buch garments cannot be had any
where under 75c. and SI, yet it is
our privilege to say "Your choice for
In LADIES' SUITS, SKIRTS and SILK WAISTS,
comprising all that is dainty exquisite in color
ings elegant in design superb in fabrics and
"fashion-full" to the highest point. Prices will
meet approval for they cannot be matched in
reasonableness ANYWHERE. When you buy
from us you buy from manufacturer to wearer.
Suits, fly front, very styl- CO Cfl
Ish, with lined skirts, at.. J)J,JU
SG.OO Ladles Checked
ST.OO Cheviot Serge
Eton Suits, silk-lined jack
et, lined skirt, velvet
?""' Kfl.OO Ladies' Suits, six
22 styles of Eton: Hy front
2" and reefer jackets; In sev-
eral colors; all the skirts
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T- perfect hanging .JJHuJO
SX2.00 Suits In chev
iot, serge and covert cloth;
all the fashionable shades;
lined and perrect In work
manship. A bargain at..
ciR.OO Suits; very swell
"several stjles, each one
a creation of the dress
makers skill in the "fad" (T I 0.49
colors of the day 4 I L
S6.00 Ladles' Bicycle
bints. In covert mixtures;
jacket, skirt, leggins, hat CO CO
and satchel 45J.UvJ
Z in Taffeta Ribbon, i4cvd
ford to let such an opportunity us
this pass-the offering of No. 40
(3 1-2-Inch) tarfeta rlhbon, In all
the new shades seldom sold under
20c ror Monday and Tuesday at
926-928 Seventh 706 K Streets
SS.QO Silk -WJIrt., in
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jtS.OO Changeable Taf
feta Silk Waists; all the iT QO
pretty shades JJ'fiuO
S3.50 Black and Colored
"Noveltv Skirts, 7-gore
shape lined and velvet
SS.OO Skirts, in checks
and stripes, plain and fig
ured Unlliautine, percale
lined, wide velvet facings
very stylish, and perfect T) f,h -
hanging .yt.'t'r J
XTL.OO Satin Brocade
bKirts. tailor-made cut
on th new 7-gore shape,
also IKrtrt Velour Skirts,
SXO.OO ntin Brocade
bkirts, very dainty and
rich, made same a, the
above, a great bargain..
SXS.OO Skirts Urocade,
Yelour, Grosgrain Bro
cade, and Satin Brocade.
The handsomest and larg
est variety to select from,
most perfect iu workman
ship, trimmings, and hang
ing. As a leader we
shall sell these lovely
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silk waists in ncn anu
S6.00 Tatrcta Silk
wnists. witlHinen or silk
collars; elegant designs (TO 00
we bhull sell at..
SX4.00 Sample Silk
Waists, very heautiful
the one of a kind style..
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Austrian Taffeta bilk un
derskirts, with one or two
rurfles, worth S-l.tlO, (
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