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HAY 1, JS7.
Brisg Forth Your Hands.
"What 08c will buy
iu a Kid Glove.
KiD GLOVES. 98c.
We shall place
on sale 200 doz.
Kid Gloves of
au extra good
we bought under
price, and we
Avill sell under
gives you an op
portunity to buy
VtfSSSSS worth Si. 2-; for
W (Sc. .
All sizes to select from.
98c For 4-bmton 98c
Kid Gloves, 98c
For jour pick of a 4-but-ton
Pique Glove, in 3led,
Tan, Golden Brown.
Also your choice of a 4
button Suede Glove, in em
broidered Back, Yellow,
Mode, Tan, Gray, Brown
and Black for 38c.
A cute Little Buttoner to
go with each pair of gloves.
STERN'S RETIRING SALE.
to malce their money-go far
tiler than unywhere ebe.
TlilH fnle lis hcua ride, und we
ure uhxIoum to bring it to u
close. TheHC ure genuine re
ductions e cry one of them.
15c Corset Covers, made of
best Lonsdale Cambric He
35c. Corset Cover, richly trim
med.. .. .. .. 23c
35c. Chemise and Drawers... .23c
48c. Chemise and Drawers 3c
09c. Chemise and Drawers... .46c
48c. Night Gowns 33c
98c. Night Gowns TTc
51.25 White Skirts.. 93c
18c "White Skirts 38c
S8c Corsets ....63c
49c. Corsets 3Tc
87c Wrappers 58c
98c Ladies' Capes 69c
S3.9S Silk Capes 52.46
$1.69 Dress Skirts ...93c
$3.98 Silk-finished Enlhautine
Skirts.. .. , $1.88
39c FaneyAprons 3.0c
15c Gingham Aprons 9c
Sc Ribbed Vests ....3 x-3c
10c. Ribbed Vest 6c
13c Ribbed Vests 8c
13c Belts 5c
19c Belts 13c
39c Taffeta Gloves 23c
15c Ladles Collars 9c
25c. Ladies Caffs -OLTc
25c. Sets Fearl Studs 3.3c
25c. Sots Peart Cuff Buttons 13c
13c Ladies' Seamless Hose 9 c
Sc Children's .Fast Black Hose.. 4c
35c. Infants' silk or mull caps. .23c
J$1.301nfants'cas!imere coats.. 93c
23c. Boys' shirt waists 13c
10c. Best Ammonia 4c
25c Men's Underwear ITc
49c Men's Underwear 33c
35c Mcn'scolored shirts 33c
09c Laundered White Shirts.. 46c
12c. Men's Collars, all styles 8c
19c Men's Caffs He
10c. Men's Handkerchiefs 5c
8c. Men's Socks. gc
23c Men's Neckwear 31c
5c Child ren'sHandkerchicf s, 4f or 5 c
904-906 7th Street.
HEL1EVES CROUP ASTHKfi
SEARCH'S ASTHMA CURE
10C. SEAECITS EEMEDIES. IOC
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Payable in small
we have a few small upright
Pianos, in good condition, iltablelor
small children to play on. that we
ute selling to close out the lot
For only $50
$5 down, and
$3 per month.
we have also a few old square
Pianos and Mclodcoiis that we are
clearing out at $2.50 each, and
for $l each, if you are interested
4ilease call promptly and make your
JOHN F. ELLIS & Co. i
93f Penna. Ave.,
Kcar lOtli St. 8
I 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. i
FESTIVITIES OF SPBIHG
Fetes, Dinners, Box Parties, Music
and Maypole Dances.
Mrs. McKinley Enjoys the Stirthlul
Sullies ot "Prince Kit" Mr.
Ueigei'd Piuno Recital.
Mrs. McKinley, accompanied by Mrs.
Borden, Mrs. Addison Porter, Mrs. Saxtou
and Miss Saxton, occupied a box at the
Lafayette yesterday afternoon to witness
the pciformance of "Prince Nit," which
was given by the students of Tunity Col
Mrs. McKinley seemed to enjoy the -ner-fornianceimmenselyandapplaudcdbeartily
on several occasions. A large number of
prominent society people were present,
among whom were Mrs. Boardman, the
Misses Boardman, Miss Ashton, MisaHorst
uian. Miss Franeea Alger, Miss Sowers.
Miss Jane Fuller, Mrs. Gtcely and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Foster enter
tained at dinner last evening, the Vice
President and Mrs. Uohart, the Secretary
oftheTreasuryaud Mrs. Gage.the Secretary
of War and Mrs. Alger, Chief Justice and
Mrs. Fuller, Chief Justice and Mrs. Judd.of
the Hawaiian Islands; Justice Brown,
Justice and Mrs. Harlan, Secretary and
Mrs. J. Addison Porter.
The fact that Bronlslaw Hubernran, the
wonderful boy violinist, is to ghe a
becond recital on Monday evening, May
3, at the Columbia, is delighting the many
society people who could not avail them
selves of the former opportunity of hear
ing him play. Mrs. McKinley has secured
a lox, and a very large number of promi
nent people have secured seats.
Mrs. Hitt, wifeof Representative Hltt.
of IC street, will" entertain at dinner on
Tuesday, May 4
The Secretary of S tate and Mrs. Sherman
have wait out cards of imitation for a re
ception on May 1 0.
Mrs. Richardson will entertain at dinner
on the evening of May L
Mi. Victor Belgcl will give a piano re
cital at the Washington Club thl-5 after
noon at -1-15 o'clock. The lecltal is under
the patronage of Baroness Thlelman Mr.
Lehuid H Lnnglcy and Miss Marguerite
Hall will assist The diplomatic corps ex
pect to be present.
Mr Leland II. Langley and Miss Mar
guerite Hall will assist.
Mrs Brice is visiting in New Xork.
The May day fete, which occurs today
at Rauschcr's Hall for the benefit of the
"Home for Incurables," promises to be
an exceedingly attractive affair, and will
be its great a success socially as it is
expected to be from a financial point ot
Mrs Alexander Graham Bell. Mrs.
Field, Mrs Logan, Mrs. WesUoghbuse, and
Mrs Hough will be in charge, while Miss
Pauncefote, Miss Lillian Pauttcefote, MUs
Audry Pauncefote, Miss Frances Alger,
Miss Batcheller. Miss Boardman, Miss
Sheridan, Miss Wailach, Miss Glover,
Miss Kate Brice, Miss Mabel Johnston,
Miss Keats Rodgers, Miss Condlt-Smithf
Miss Ilagurr, Miss Ashton, Miss Gorham,
Miss fasselo Poor, Hiss Kaufman. Mlss
Bell, Miss Edes, Miss Pattern, Miss Wet
more, Miss McMillan, and MIsr Riley
are among the young people who will
assist at the booths.
A number of prominent little people will
give the Maypole dance at D o'clock.
Dr. J. Carlton IngersoH, of this city, und
Mies Edith Barker, of Dover. Del., were
married on the evening of April 28, at the
home of the bride, the Rev. Mr. Pierce of
ficiating. The bride wore white satin, trimmed with
duchess lace and pearls. She entered the
church on the arm of her father, Mr. S II.
Barker. Following were the ushers, Mr. II.
F Godwin, and Mr. Thomas F. Dunn. Mr.
William B IngersoH, brother of the groom,
was best man.
Miss Elizabeth Barker, sister of the bride,
was maid of honor. She wore white or
gandie over white ailk. The bridesmaids
Miss Laura Conrey.of Towsou.Md.,
and Miss Lucy IngersoH. They wore white
organdie. Little Fay Bostic was the flower
A number of young people participated
in a very deligbtful dance at the residence
of Miss Emma Mohler, of North Capitol
and P streets, yesterday evening. Among
those piesent were Miss Emma Mohler.
Miss Lena Mohler, Miss Gertie .Mohler,
Miss Olive Reeves, Miss Sophie Krumke,
Misy LizzleLoftusand MissElla Ehlshlajrer,
Mr. E. Grinnel. Mr. 3. Kuhn, Ur. E. Gee,
Mr. Theo. Plitt, ilr. Carl Brodt, Mr. "W.
Mohler, "Mr. A. Saunders, Iklr. D. Saunders,
Mr. J. Glnesi and Mr. Oscar Krumke.
Mr. F. C. Maltby and family, of No. 802
Seventh sttcet, have removed to No- 908
F street northwest, where they wHl be
glad to see their friends.
Miss EHIe Castille, who has been visit
ing in Eckinglon for the past two months,
sailed for Boston yesterday, accompanied
by Miss Margaret O'Connor.
Little Miss Hortense White, the daugh
ter of Senator and Mrs White, ot Cali
fornia, gave a charming pink luncheon
Tuesday in honor of her classmates of
tlie Academy of the Visitation, num
bering about fifteen little Etudents to
whom Hortense Is devotedly attached.
At 11 o'clock a chaperone called at the
Academy and the children, who had come
to school dressed in dainty style for the
occasion, were driven in a 'bus to the
residence of the young hostess, on P
street, and after several happy hours
were reconvcyed to the Academy just
before school was dismissed-
The beautiful rose colored effects of the
table were carried ont in crystal bowls
and vases of pink sweet peas and carna
tions, while the chandelier directly above
FxInfantsi n JR
-Condensed MiLKv BA&HP
1 - .. .r. , y nwt J
'ffcl T0" Beautiful BooKon "Babies'l ilYomiunm 'fft
l) contains Valuable Information ftJr VsfpJl't" T
X fForMotherssdjopitr BhmVi6M&
the floral ccntprpjece was gracefully
jjrreatlied with vines. Each little guest
recclvcillnadditlon, special favors of flow
ers and bonbons.
During the afternoon little Alfred a Briggs
executed a skirt dance wjtli fairylike grace
and sang about the advantages of going
abroad to Paris. Then theie were pretty
j choruses, in which the whole class joined.
The little girls gathered around the
flower-decked table were Misses Marie
Paumgartten, Gwendolyn Kennedy, Marie
Brown, Genevieve Paul Horsley, Annals
Allen, Annette Meade, Marie Fisher, Al
frlda Briggs, Ada Rose, Almira Sessions,
Baibara Dandy, and May Riley.
CAPITAL TH ACTION COMPANY".
Stock Will Be Llhted on the New
The stock of the Qapital Traction Com
pany is about to be listed on the New
York stock exchange. President Dunfop
has isbued a notice to this effect, wich
has been sent to all of the stockholders
and put up in various local brokers' offices-
The notice recites that "upon re
quest of many of the stockholders the
board of directors has ordered the capi
tal stock of the company to belistcdupon
the New York stock exchange." Di
rections for this move are as follows:
"All stockholders are requested to for
ward to the United States Mortgage und
Trust Company, 59 Cedar street. New
York city, their present stock certificates
for exchange for new ones. The cer
tificates which are now held Mionld be
aaJgued by the owner to the person in
whose name the new certificates are to be
Isbued, and in the event of the assignment
being to some other than the person nhuse
name now appears In the certificate, the
signature upon the back of the certificate
should be acknowledged before a notary
The name of the attorney for the transfer
to be left blank in all cases "
The notice is signed "G. T Dunlop, presi
dent, Washington, . C .April 20, 1397."
Various surmises as to the meaning of
the listing of the stock in New York are
being made. The idea is, it is said, that
the move will give the company a larger
market, and that probably the stock will
go up with the larger demand.
NEWS FROM ALEXANDRIA
An Attempt to Rob the Residence
of Mrs. Hudson.
Peyton Hall Killed by u Titiiu-
Liqttor LiceufteH Granted Mur-
rluj'L'h and Social Events.
Alexandria, April 30. A burglar attempt
ed to break into Mrs. W. D IIud.son's resi
dence, on Upper Kiugstreet, earl y this morn
ing. He had removed the blinds, and w.13
about to eater a window when Mrs. Hud
son, awakened by the noise, fired two
shots at him. He made I1I3 escape.
Brush fires have been raghiglu this vicinity
for several days. Today the fire came jiear
the residence of Mr. Auld, two milea south
west ot Alexandria, It was with difficulty
that the property was saved.
In the corporation couit today retail
liquor licenses were giantcd to W. H
Bravrner, C. R Davis, J. Hariy Rice, Gar
rett it. Moiitoe, R. Rainer, Martin Lawler.
J. II. Crilly, A. C. Gorham, George S.
Finch and T. S, Kelly ordinary liquor li
censes to George A Applch and William 11.
Stetiernagle. and malt liquor licenses to
James MeCauley, II. Kalctski and Ellen
Mr Peyton Hall was Wiled last night
by a train on the Washington Southern
RaUway at Franconla station. The wagon
In which he was riding was completely
derr.oHshed The deceased was wellknown
In this city. It Is supposed that he fell
asleep and was not aware of the approach
John Sajcrs, of Washington, was fined
$10 in the police court this morning for
impioper conduct on the 6tiett.
The three councils of the Junior Older
American Mechanics will give a "May hop
and package patty" at their hall, on North
Columbus street, on the 11th proximo.
A .pleasant surprise party was tendered
Miss Maggie Hammond at the home of her
parents, 226 North Fairfax street, last
A game of baU win be played on Monday
evening at Colross, between the teams of
the Y. M. S L. and the Evening Stars
Major M. Slaughter, wlio resided in this
city for many years, -was stricken with
'paralysis in Richmond yesterday.
A horse attached to one of the city carts
ran away on North Royal street today.
George Walker, the diiver, narrowly es
caped serious injury.
At a meeting of Christ Church vestry
yesterday evening, Messrs. E. S. Lead
beater and W. A. Smoot were re-elected
wardens, Mr.G. WHllamRamsay.trcasurer,
and Mr. G. L. Booth, registrar.
It was decided to have the church hell,
which was cracked some time since, re
cast. This hell was castin London in 1817.
The finance committee of the city coun
cil met last night and destroyed coupons
amounting to $l.dS8.71, which represented
the January interest on the public debt.
During the month of April the clerk of
the corporation court recorded fifty-five
deeds and issued twenty-six marriage U
cenFes. Police Commissioner Lindsey has return
ed from a two weeks' visit to Atlantic City.
Miss MnryRobertsonisTisltingthu family
of Mrs.. C. P. Jones, at Broad Run, Fauquier
Mr. James Martin and Miss LlzzicDoran
wcrcmarried at the parsonage of St. Mary's
Church yesterday by Rev. J. J. Bowler
Messrs. Edward A. Gorman andMartiuD.
Dulaney, of this city, have both passed a
successful examination in all branches of
the third year of medicine at Georgetown
Miss Florence King has returned to her
home in Fredericksburg, after a pleasant
visit to relatives in this city.
Dr. Agaew's Ointment Cures Piles.
Itching, Bleeding, and BUnd Piles. Com
fort in one application. A cure in three
to six nights. It cures all skin diseases
in young and old. A remedy beyond com
pare, and it never faUs. 35 cents.
J Today's I
TODAY will he a day of
extraordiiuirj Taluew turouKli
out onr store, values the like
of which no one else 1ms over
offered you before. All we usk
of ynu J a eall, nuil eouvinee
yourself that we ure tho Peo
ple's Money Savers.
&7 and $8
SOc for $2.00 Shepherd Plaid
9f5c fr $- Drillinntlne Shirts.
4,9c for Sl.ODJsntleeiJ Skirts.
$1,39 for $3.00 IlrlUluntlue
SX.49 for S3.00 Novelty-
a,98 for $5.00 Silk Mohair
81.00 French QQn
Perc.ilo ais s, OUu
We have nought a lot of 500
dozen Fine Ifreucb J'ercalu
"Wnlsth Avliicli were made to bell
at SI. 00. They Avill hq on bnlo
ynturduy for only 30c.
$1,49 for S3.0b Silk Crepon
SX.98 r S-LOO Silk "U'iii-its.
$3.98 for S5.00 Novelty Silk
S3. 98 for $7.00 Changeable
3'cLargoGing- r3 Lie Largo G ng
hain Aprons, O'Hi ham Aprons..
No more than two to one cus
tomer. 48c for 75c Percale "Wrapper
59c for tfl Perpulo "Wrapper.
98c for S1.50 .French liutKto
48c for 75c Oloriu UmhrelliiH.
G9c for SI Gloriu Umbrellas,
with Fancy Handle.
98c for isl.no Pure Silk Um
brellas. 98c for SI. SO White Silk 1'nr-
Draasee, from 2 to
5 i"eara, worth 35c,
SSc for 30c Children' Dresses
48 c for 75e Children Drees
98c for Si (SO Children's
SSc tor Iiifunt's Long Cash
X9c for 2 0c ininnt'H Slip.
SSc for SOc Infant's Slips.
48c for 75c Infant' Slips.
5c Colored Uor
Specials for Men.
21c for 35c ThilbrkrjmiiShtrts.
25c for 30o Halbrlgsran Shirts.
4Sc for 75c French llalhrigau
SGc for 39c Cheviot Shirts.
43 c for 75c Laundered Shirts.
He for 25c Suspenders.
5c for 10c Sock-.
lOc for 15c Seamless Socks.
And many, many more har
j;alns too numerous to mention.
800 7th St. X. W.
1924:-192G Pa. Avenue.
A BATCH OF INDICTMENTS.
For Larceny, Shooting Birds Out of
Season, Mayhem, etc.
An indictment wasjcturned by the grand
Jury yesterday against Anna Ncuhaus for
the larceny, during- the Christmas holi
days, of certain goods from the lesldence
of St. Clair Tcchner, on Third street, near
Pennsylvania avenue, northwest. Among
the articles alleged to have been stolen
was a sealskin coat, valued at S300; a dress
of the value of $75, and several other
articles of wearing apparel.
Other Indictments were returned as fol
lows: Irene Dorsey, alias Irene Smith, and
Gertrude Bates, alias Baker, for larceny
ot $20 from Samuel Mackwell.No. 1351
Cedar street northwest.
"Hammer" Washington, for the larceny
of Jewelry from Ignatius Gcraci.
Andrew Page for housebreaking on
the premises bf Mary Splllard at night.
Samuel "R- BeachTfor false pretenses;
the charges being 'that he attempted to
defraud John I. JZlo'rflan and Harlan P.
Maxwell. Beach was charged with the
same offense over a year ago, and was
brought in the court' for sentence, when
the alleged second 'offense was discov
ered, but upon the' request of his coun
scl.Mrs. Lockwood, sentence was sus
pended. "He -was not tllcn Indicted for the
recent offense. J ?
George Washington iffor larceny from
the person, it befng charged that he
stole a sum of rnonay from Rosma Ware.
Charles H. JarvnTs, 'John F. Jarvlns
and Frank n. JatvinB for a violation
of the gamo laws,- the speciflo charge
being that on March '16 they had in
their possession six partridges, which
they exposed to sale.
Robert A. Golden, James F. Love and
WilUnra G. Carter same offense.
Edward Qnlgley for mayhem. It was
charged that he bit off the ear of Harry
John Crumpton for assault with Intent
to kill, his alleged victim, being Andrew
The Airship Appears In New York.
Yonkers.N. X,April30. AmbroseHavey,
Charles Barry, and Henry Folkersamp,
prominent business men say that while
proceeding homewartl early last Tuesdw
morning they observed a light In the'sky
which they beUeve came from an airship.
The light appeared to them like that from
a locomotive headlight, and traveled to
ward them for some time. Several other
citizens claim to have seen a similar light
I "Goldenberg adds another building." 1
0 The thousands of patrons of this store, who Jiave been quick to appreciate enterprlse-and who
H have mnde this store what it hi toduy will be pleased to read that we have secured the adjoiainsr bnlld- 9
K ing 024 Seventh street which we shall rebuild and remodel at ouce und add to the thousands of H
zeec or selling spneo uireany uccn pieu wiunn inreennmease buildings.
The growth of this business has been reumrkalile the growth of the store has kept pace with it. S
It Js another Illustration of success due to never betraying your confidence and enterprise, and for your
patronage thus far wc-tluink yon 'heartily. Jg
Work ou the new addition has commenced nnd we nro confronted with a condition that Is extreme- S?
Jy oggravnting und annoying, but which comes with rebuilding. m
Nearly the entire party wall between 020 and 024 Js to ho torn out on three floors. Of coarse, wo S
shall let that be one of the last things to be done, and In the meantime we shall make a -wonderfuler-
fort to reduce tho stocks which, are in this vicinity. That's why we've inaugurated this Js
"ANNEXATION SALE," I
Offering you some really auprocedentedly big values quoting remarkably low prices. a
It will he a wonderful sale you'll agree to that and if you read the offering below you'll sav we've
made a good start. Come early for the very, very good things or you may be disappointed. &
Men's Collars, 5c.
200 dozca men's 4-ply 2100 linen
collars all btyles :md all Mie, the
regular lCc. collar as sold every
where, here tomorrow at 5c. each..
Men's Garters. 7c.
00 dozen Men's good web gar
ters pateat clasps and wear splen
didly regular price 15c, for to
morrow, 7 c. pair.
Ladies' Collars, 15c.
Immense lot of Ladles 4-ply 2100
Linen Collars in all -il.es and with
new turn-down and turned-edge
styles regularly sold for 15c.
for 5c. each.
$1 Corsets, 59c.
We hare a laTge lot of the leading
corsctmakcrs' unsuimped cirscts.
Had they the name on them they
woutd have to be SI, for they dictate
the price. We bad them made with
out, but you cau see they are
corsets at a glance.and save 41c
Guarantced jiist the same. Made of
net, heavily Itoned side steels and
la all lengths of waist.
19c Ribbons, 120.
For a day we shall offer 4-inch
plain taffeta ribbon in pink, cream,
white, light blue, ceruse, and corn
the lUc sort for 12 l-2c yard.
GSSS'SSSQ QSSSGaSiS SQSSGSJS'SS'i
Ladies and men's '!T
Models or High-grade
$100 bicycles; fully
guaranteed yours on
easy weekly or monthly
Solid Oak Exten
sion Tables that seat
eight people coui
rortahiy a world
beater at onr price
cash or creait....
bolid Oak Three-piece
Bedroom Suite ni'hly
made large glass in
aresier cash or credit
5 qualltj our price
cash or credit
More patterns in reliable Mat
tings than are shown by any other
two stores in the city. Mattings
tacked down free Carpets made,
laid and lined free no charge for
waste in matching figures. Easy
weekly or monthly payment no
notes or interest.
rianimoth Credit House,
17. tl9, 2L 623 7th St. 3. W.
Between H and 1 31.
Ot China, Glass, Housefurnishlng
Goods, Woodenware, Cutlery, etc,
still going on at Watts' old stand,
t08 7th st. nw., and 824 7th St.
nw. Seeing i3 believing. Call
and examine our stock and prices,
which are only about half the orig
inal price ot E. J. Watts. Note
these prices below everything in
this stock sold as cheap:
10-quart Dishpans, made ot
one piece y x-2c
10-quart Galvanized Water
17-quart Steel Enameled Dish
pans; Watts' price, 75c,
Glass Fruit or Dessert Saucers;
Watts' price, 8c, ours .. -2 X2c
5o Clear Glass Tumblers, 3
styles to select from ....i X-Sc
Blssell's Grand Rapid S3.00
Carpet Sweepers $X.f5C3
Only a few ot themlert; come early.'
25c Blacking Brushes y x-3c
Band-painted Spittoons; Watts'
price, 15c, ours t
5c Sink Cleaners xc
10c Rolling Pins sc
Coffee Flasks, all sizes ac
15c Heavy Tin Jelly Molds Sc
$4 Imported English Tea Sets,
44 pieces $2.49
10c Children's Brooms gc
Watts' Best Ammonia '..... 4c
Bug-proof Mincemeat Crocks; can
also be used for butter; worth
White China Cups and Saucers,
per set 28c
10c Hotel Side Dishes 4c
Only ten more, large Hotel or
Office Water Coolers left; sold
for $7.00 and $7.50. Our
Wooden Spoons and Forks, for
salads; per pair go
8 Leopold Stem,
CURES SKIN DISEASES
SEARCH'S TETTER OINTMENT
IOC SEAECITS EKIIEDIKS.- IOC.
PAINTER OF MIH1ATDRBS,
Removed to 932 F Street,
InslrucUont to a limited clou tsery morning.
$2.50 Shirt Waists. 6gcr
..The purchase we made in Shirt
Waists with the lloltzman Mfg. Co.
last week was Justin time, and pnt
us in possession or about 1,500
"Marquise"' Waists every one this
seasons production so that we can
offer them ror about a third to a
fourth or what you re paying ror
them about town. This Is no exag
geration. HoiUman Waists are concededly
the best made best fitting -best
quality rt'alstmade. ThecoHarsflt
the sleeves are correct the greatest
care Is taken evendown to the finish
ing or the buttonholes. This lotcou
sirts or fine lace stripe, lappet and
plain lawns, figured corded dimities,
amber-striped and plain flowered or
gandies, plain whltedotted Swisses
In all the new effects, new color
ings, with detachable white linen
and seir collars and cuffs; double
pointed yoke backs perfect fit
about town under$1.50.and bairor
them are worth up to $2.50. Your
choice of this Immense lot, 09c
50c Sailors. 24c.
Lot of ladies' white, rough-straw,
shortback SaUors, for which tho
millinery stores get 60c and more
here for 2lc each.
51.50 Sailors, 89c.
25 dozen Ladles' Fine Panama
Sailors just snch quality as the
millinery stores get $1.50 Tor
here at 8Wc each.
liorth Capitol and M Sts.JW A V ond C
Wedneslay & Thursday. i'A I O dllU O
70 Horses Performing in One King at One
the -American Oiantess. nearly 9 feet tall.
GREAT PETER THE SMALL,
Only t 1-2 pounds.
j Genuine Circus Vaudeville Entertainment.
Free Street Parade, with 40-borse Teams
ednesday, at S3U a. 111., over following
1 route, ft Cap toh.to Mass. avc. to 6th,
to F. to uth. toILL ave., to 14th, to ic, to
i'a ave , to 1st, to U, to JS. Cao., to show
Performances at 2 ana 8 p. m. Doors
open at 1 and 7.
Admission GOc. Children under nine half
i -. ";J,",K1,-rauuury nana narerooms,
t l:25 Pa. ave.
AT NATIONAL PARK.
Game Called at 4:30 p. m.
Art mission 25 and 50c
Game called at 4. p. m.
- Every day in the year Tor Fortress
Monroe. Norfolk, Newport News and
all points South by the superb, povr-
eiful steel palace 6teamers "Now-
port News.1 "Norfolk" and "Wash-
Ington," on the following schedule:
Lv. Wash'gton 7:03 pm Lv. Portsm'th. 5:"0 pm
Lv. Alexandria 7:30 pm Lv. Norfolk... C:10 pin
Ar. Ft Monroe CC0 am Lv. Ft-Monroa 7: 0 pm
Ar. N'orrolk... 7:10 am Ar. Alexand'a liriiO am
Ar. Portsm'ta. 8:00 am Ar. Wash'gton 6: 0 am
Visitors to Chambcrlln's new hotel.
- "Tho Hygela," and Virginia Beach
will find this the most attractive
route, insuring a comfortable night's
Largo and luxurious rooms heated
by steam and fitted throughout with
electric lights. Dining room service Is
a la carte, and is supplied from the
best that tho markets ot Washington
and .Norfolk afford.
Tickets on sale at U. S. Expresi
office, 817 Pennsjlvanla avenue; 513,
019, 1421 Pennsylvania avenue; B.
& O. ticket office, comer 15th street
and New York avenue, and on board
steamers, where time table, map, etc,
can also be had.
Any other information desired win
be furnished on application to the un-
- dersigned at the coiunany's wharf,
foot of 7th st, Washington, D. (X
Telephone No. 760.
JNO. CALLAHAN, General Manager.
SUNDAY, IV5AY 2,
And every Sunday during the month of
Ladies are especially Invited on theso
Steamer CHAS. MACALESTER will leave
7th street wharf at 11 a.m. and 2T30 p.m.
LeavingMarshallllallat 1:10 and 5:30 p.m.
FARE. ROUND TRIP. 25c.
DINNER, 75a, Including tho celebrated
Marshall Hall Clam Chowder.
L. L, BLAKE. Captain.
NO DUST. NO DIRT.
" Quickest and Safest Route"
Dally (except Sunday), at 10 a. m.; re
turning, reach the city at 2:30 p. m.
FARE. ROUND TRIP, 50 o. Admission to
grounds, 25o. ELEGANT CAFE ON THE
ciTEAMER. Tickets, with Mount Vernon
admission coupon, for sale at wharf and
L. L.BLAKE, Captain.
JI1JI J GREATEST 'ff
$1.50 and S2.50 Wrappers,
.We have made a purchase In
Wrappers which just came m time
for tomorrow's tale. The lot is
an Immense one, and consists -ot
fine Organdie Lawns lace trim
med; fine French sateens. Sea Isl
and Percales, Sheer Batistes, trim
med with ribbon and braid. In
all the newest "Bolero and Wat
teau" effects, with ruffled yokes,
full skirts every one'thls seoAon's
creations armholes bound and fin
ished elegantly. Just such Wrap
pers for which we and everybody
have had to ask $1 50 to $2.50 for,
go for 88c for your choice".
Boys' Pants, I2c.
A lot ot Boys' Washable Galatea
Cloth Pants, in neat patterns and
sizes, 3 to 10 years splendidly
made for a day, 12 l-2o pair.
Boys' 50c Suits, 29c
Lot of Boys Washable Galatea
Cloth Suits, with embroidered shield
front in sizes 3 to 10 year war
ranted fast color dressy patterns
the 5Uc sort here, 2ac each.
Lyceum Theater Stock Co.
MATINEE TODAT AT 2.
THE FIRST GENTLEMAN
TONIGHT AT 8:15.
By the Author of "Rosemary "
SPECIAL.. Wednesday Mat. at 2. MAT 5
.fcarewell and only appearance In Wash
Mile. EMMA CALVE,
SupportedbyMr. J.H. McKINLEr, tenor;
Sig. GIUSEPPE CAMPANAUI. baritone,
and the BOSTON FESTIVAL ORCHES
TUA . 0 performers, Mr. EnUl Mollenhauer,
SEATS ARE NOW ON SALE
AT BOX OFFICE.
Evenings at S.
Mats Wed and Sat. at2.
MCi" Evenings. 25c. 50c 75c.;
Im Matinee, 25c, SOc.
CASTLE -Q OPKka CO.
Chas ai. Southwell. Manager.
In Johann Stranss Romantic Opera,
Next Week -"FAUST."
xtose Marmee Wednesday.
TEW NATIONAL TIIKATEn.
Ewry Evening, Wed. and Sar. Matinees.
25, SO, 75c.
May 10 STUART R0B30N In
MAT. TODAY. 15, 25, 50c.
JA TRIP XO
Headed byLaura Biugarand BartHavcrly.
Dicy cles checked tree
May 10 The Summer Season CUM
MINGS STOCK COMPANY Opening bill:
"The Lost Paradise" Reserved seats,
25c and 50c, on sale Monday.
Monday Afternoon, May 3, at 4:15.
The Celebrated Violinist.
Seats 50a, 51, 51.50. 52atE- F. Droop
& Sons. Boxes $20
KERNAN'S I.TCKOU Tn BATE It
AU This Week.
Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
introducing the Latest New York
TEC SILLY MKBER
Next Week THE WHITE CROOK CO.
NEW VIEWS SUNDAY NIGHT
PROBABLY TH E LAST WEEK.
SEE IT NOW!
Daily at 2:30.4:20. and fc-15. Sundays
at S 15 only.
All entertainments Monday, May 3, for
benefit Rector's Aid, St. Andrew's
FOR CABIN JOHN
Glen Echo Gmutaugua
Athletic Bicycle Park.
Take Electric Cars at 36th st. and Pro
The Green (F street) Electrics take yoa
UJ IUU BllUb.
MostT beautiful scenery in tha.-Disfcslc'i,
AU IMqIIW V,. bUU 2. iliWU..W &i fr UUB W HJf.
An up-to-date presentation ot
fik minstrelsy, and a second part ln-
terspersed with marvelous athletic
Cand acrobatic acta.
Monday, May 3, 8:15 iu m.
Scats now selling at theater.
Orchestra, 51.00; Balcony, 75 and 50
cents; Gallery, 25 cents. np29-5t
RI IOU ALL TUIS VLKK-
The Chicago All-Star
Next Week DAN MCCARTHY In "Tin
Dear Irish Home," and thcCherry Slstera.