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THE TU&ES, WASKI2!TGTOT, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1897,
MEHWS 11 ENDS
District Christian Eiideavorers
JoyM Over Results.
liGII SESSION A SUCCESS
The Sixth. Annual Ileuulou the 3Io-t
a?romIsing: of Any' Ever Held
"Welcome "Was Extended by All
Churches nnd the Attendance "Vni3
The sfxlb annual couventiou or the
J)lslriat Christian Endeavor Union, which
"was formally opened on Friday evening at
Uie New York Aenue rresbyterhu. Church
AYitM as Inspiring sung ervicc, ended last
evening "with a most solemn consecration
eanioe. Preliminary to toe convention
there were prayer services m the various
oburobe in the city on Thursday eieu
Ing, and a special prayer meeting at the
!New York Avenue Cliurcli on Triilay uioru
'liS lit 7 o"fc.
Xestenktr wafc by far tlie busiest day ot
the cosveattoa, there being four meetings
Iwld in dfffewnt jirt -of tl)e city under
the nihtce of tbe Chrtetiun Kndeavorers
Tac flist of tLtte wa an evangelization
conference at the First Congregational
afcarcu, wniri. wa addrewsed on the subjot t
ot "OlTin?" t Major George A Hilton
At tbe close of the meeting Hie congregu
tfea adjjwnied to Market space, when
us phm-jH- meeting wat? lwhl tom the
Geairal ITiuott MHxioii Gpel wagon, under
tlae eaaaact af Mr. B. D. Bailey, w)k is in
Ofcargr of tne ml4ou.
Ike devSioal eaerdses were led by the
Ttev. Dr. SkeWugei,ot the Sixth Piesb -lerlaa
Chunji, and brief addresses weie
inade bv Revs. Dr. Butte 1 and Warren
In the arunuKMi tit 2 30 o'clock a rally
of the Jontor oeietles was held at tne
First CaPg-t-satUmal Chorea. Thl "was,
Ier haps, the mont interesting wesson of the
oanvuatioa am? demonstrated plainly the
groat and good Work the Endeavorers
are doing jb leading the young people of
tin dt: . bys aad girls ranging fro'ii
nine U tixtri years of age, along the
path of (SirifKM activity. The meeting
wae cottdttcted by tbe Rev. Charles II
liwler, iHstdtmt f Uie Junior, and mjb
attended 700 or 800 young folks who
Uwffc an active part in the e'eiclse.
3Se bttorotHig story of "what the junior
owiMatU't- srv doing for the cause of
i!lWw 4-f.ercaiM?dy told b cnalru en
of tie fotio'w big cviumiicecs:
L-wfcoot, Robert Dinetnore, Metropolitan
Presbyterian Church; prajer meeting,
.Maude Mall, Mount Pleasant Congrega
tional Cluiroa, social, Augusta Thompson,
Calraiy Raptifet Church; music, Giacc Ir
"wia, Uauc M. E Cttarch; Sunday school,
Latfeer Bo-ch, KeliT Memorial Lutheran
Chare: flower, HatUe Sweet, Vermont
A veaae CbrtMUMt Church . temperance, II u ber
Srfuter. L'ntted brethren Memorial Church;
aod m-itMar: , Mnuel LmUu, IckingUu
AiMHMer luurotm feature of the pro
graai vm. lite welcome extended by beveu
lltOe stiit. Mis, Laura Wade Jticc, of
Oaluiitore, gae a brief but Iiifctruetive
talk en "Why We Work for Missloni."
Tbe rally oloed "with a conhecratlon -.sance
ooadKHt b tbe Iter. Dr. Butler.
In tbe afternoon a meeting of the of
ficers of all tbe local Endeavor societies
Tvafc feoki at the New York Awnue Pres
byteriaa Church, at which tlie plaao for
the contu.. year were dkctied.
Jast bttforc the consecration 8erIre
last erentap a nceKioti was tenderd Miss
Site. I). McLanriu, a representative of the
"Bitfe MwMonry Union, who. addreed
the oon euAn on Friday evening. The
leat Undeav,ret and tltelr frend- were
ltceftjMd br Pro.-aient Grant Leet and
3Vlr- M- M 6haud. The meeting, which
-vas afded by a congregution wlucn
CUteA ' atHlirnam ami galleries, ua
ofKuwd -wHt. soug service, during which
brecal faniliar, tcri-tirring hratua were
eaag wttti frreat spent and in fine style
by te au hence, lea by a choir of seventy
ae vi, under the direction of Mr.
Page 1.. Ehitmermaa. The devottoual ex
ercun vxre conducted by tbe Hev. Adam
iteoOh, aaur of the PTfeh Congregational
Cbirtt. wito read tbe lesson from Matthew,
The adrest- of the evening was made
Mb- M.-I.ann, who ttoke on "Sacrifice
ttad Service." Mis. McLanriu was elo
aent bm1 earoeKt her dt-H rip t ion of mci
VMt la t.u--s ork moviug her hearers
ta leafs. She aald:
I Kitbetteve thrve U a period in the
iBatory of the ChriMian church when
QaA is tt-tii.ug near Hie people as today,
tMe U especially po," she -aid, -with
refereaoe to the young people." She
apake cWeri v a the pewerof the Holy G bot-t,
iaakiap a beaUful iHtiKtration of the
wee&aee of humanity without holy power
with her glove, which, when empty, though
perfect iu outltoe, had no power for kt ice
when ant fUSec with a human hand.
The oontfccr&Uon -vice was Jed by the
Utev. B. 1-s.vreace Hunt, assistant pastor of
the Vea Voir Avenue Church, vim upoke
SB the "Slient Hour with God.
PntfdeatLe. treada leUerfrom'-Fatlier"
FQMiota K. Clarkeoommendlng to the earnest
OMtfenUoH of the meiBbera of the Dis
trict Uaion the neoffejttj of giving both
time aad moiiei to the caiiic of Christ.
Mr PatU 1-eetr.jui, secreiary of the union,
ItefareataWng the annoHiieeateuti', read the
lallo-.vlHg telegram from Pn-uldent F. E.
Olarke. from Waseca, Mieh. 'Hearty,
fect,1tRe. good wislies-glorious conven
ttonf .Terr Jiere; may you hlmre bless
ilr. Leemaa alo read the following
rendition adaiited by the union previous
ta the meeting
Resolved, Wiat we, the member of the
Bhrtrict of Columbia CbriMiau Endeavor
Uaon In convention atnembled, heartilv
indorse the subject of frystematic and pro
Iort4ou8te giving as proented to us at
Resolved, ttmt realizing that Christian
Ejjdeavor is, only n inean ti hh end, we
ever keep in front our motto, "For Chrlfit
ana ttic Churth."
Resolved, that we extend our thanks to
the paators and the members of tbe New
lark Avenue Presbyterian Churth and the
F1rtt Couiireatioual Churches for the c
or their ediru eu, to the bpeaker. who ha e
addressed us, to the leaders of the ton
Xoronces, to tbe oboir, to the usher-., to
the pros of our city for the full reports
of the meetings, to the offuers of the
union for the excellent pro'ram and to all
wfcc have atAisted in the success of the
UetXHveri, Uiat vve express our grati
tude to owr loving heavenly Father for
?Ub ""thrnl care, His grariouh help and
Ills loring favor, and we pledjre ourselves
to a fuller consecration, more earnest ef
fort and greater zeal in HIb service.
The benediction was pionounced by the
IRov. Howard Wilbur Bnnis, pastor of the
"Western Picbbyterlau Chuich.
Coins: Hack ro Eng;liind.
Clilef Justice Bingham yesterday &us
pueded sentence in tbe case of Marie Del
oomyn, the young white woman convicted
laptweeko tlie theft ot a gold watch ami
chain from Miss Clara Ram.sburg.on condi
tlon that fie prisoner would leave the coun
try. The woman's attorneys guaranteed
that bhe would leave America, and she
promised that if released nhe would go to
England, where she would reside In the
future. She was remanded to jail until che
can saoure the necessary traneportation.
ON THE ONE SIDE
are the many stores where
trash predominates; where
low prices are alone consid
ered; where qttalit3' sacri
ficed is the source of sup
ply for columns of misleading-
THE PALAIS ROYAL'S Cash Business meansjess than usual prices to
us, when we buy; and less than usual prices to you when we sell.
This is in evidence just now when summer-like weather cre
ates overloaded manufacturers and importers. The results are
shown in our newly little prices and newly great stocks. The entire ab
sence of all trashy goods enables the expression: "Aristocratic Bargains."
Saving you more or less a
very considerable amount when
expensive garments are selected.
&& ,for,5,9c fl"aHty Plain and 1Mb
VX -im, hetl ,-Me"o ShirU and Draw
ers, white and natur.il gray.
6Qr iJ 73o1I1ualityt and 70c for
... -V bOciiualit-vUitiWwMiii-. .,.
for$l quality Underwear. All
the styles generally &old at $1
SI 3!Q for $loO,"Onelta ' Com
M?ir ,?, , D1Btlon Siuti,, and sepa
rate Wool blurts and Drawers, in White.
Natural and Red Medicated Wool.
for the $2 fulI-f.iMiioiied
Shirts and I)r.nvpr. r-n-.
world1 Ul leUI,I"s UJllUerJ' f the
SO 7C8 for the S3 Natural Wool
,7."? ., "Onrila" Suits, and
51.C0 fpr the $i Australian Wool
"Oneita ' Suits.
$1 SQ rr t,w ?2 "Benton"'
bV?53f bleeping Garments, com
posed entirely or Natural Wool, espe
cially prepared, being noii-shrlnkingand
Tor three pairs usual 25o
Halt Hose, with inntii. srih.
and high spliced heels. Eugllftii tan and
O R r for t'" nsual 35c Socks -Im-OlyJkj
merewool, iu natural audfast black.
Sacrifices in crockery
C-pc toilet sets, prettilv decorated
in bluo, brown and green. Sell
about townfor $1.89. Cutto..Sl.X9
Thin blown glass tumblers extra
fine quality the usual 5c. gla-s. Not
over a dozen to one customer.
Cut to 2 14c
Superior quality thin white porcelain
tea platOB, festooned edge price
everywhere else, 5c. Cut to 3C
Nickel alarm clocks, guaranteed An
sonia make .old erorvwheie for
$1. Cut to 77c
14-inch graj enameled w ash basin
-usually 18c. ditto ..90
1-quart gray enameled tea and
coffee potb usually 20c. Cut to..llo
Large size gray enameled cham
bers usually 35c. Cut to 3x0
10-inch gray enameled cooking
bpoons usually 10c. Cut to..., 50
14-quart size gray enameled dish
pans usually 40e. ditto 39c
Heavy plated steel b'a'-poons
usually 19c. doen. ditto 32o
Cherry-handled steel table knives and
forks, capped, bolstered and rietd
bandies usually 10c. each. Cut to.. 5c
Lxtra special for morning only
sweepers to go for $1.19
Swiss safety matches usually told
12 boxes for 24c. Cut to 12 boxes
Parker's Improved coffee mill
regular price 50c. Cut to 39c
Extra heavy oak grained cake or
bread boxes such as sell for 40c
about town. CUT TO 39c
Fancy striped large German wood
salt boxes. Cut to the ridiculous
price of ...so
150 pieces of the famous
Androscoggin Muslin full
jTtrd wide cut to per yard
42 pieces 23-inch unbleached can
ton flannel for two days cut to
per yard 4 I -2c
GO pieces faucy striped outing flannel,
nich as sells regularly Tor 10c a
yard. Cut to 5c
SO by 90-luch Lockwood ready-made
sheets handtoni perfectlvmade.
Cut to 35c
500 -15 by 30-inch hemstitched pil
low cases. Cut to.. .. .. 1X0
15 pieces plain black satine-30 inches
wirte fast black which never tells
foriessthan 12 l-2ca yd. Cutto.r l-2c
A case of 9-quarter bleached
sheetings. Cut to, per yard. .XX l-2c
with a cash busi
ness and stocks en
tirely free of trashy
goods. Alone, with
popular prices for
A $4,000 stock is here, a va
riety lacking only the unreliable,
A few price hints.
2H T lor, suP0fior fleeced and ribbed
.... . S'oye-fiUing" Vests and
I Jills. And only 23c for the fnst
black tiglius, usually retailing at 39c.
1Q (T (?r the " Appleton" Registered
"irZP'is Ijmler-garrnents. Each piece
with various stylus of ribbing, creating
dress tilting vests and pants that are
the perfection of comfort Well worth
to cents apiece.
4Q(T SV"? ,Hsual Gtc "ait-wool
y Ribtwd Vests and Pants, In
natural gray and white
This is the best known and most
popular or winter underwear. The
only trouble is to keep a hupplv. AU
bizes now here. "
9Rr (,r Ladies' Superior Double
c.vJ' 1 luuced Black Hose, with
white feet; 25c for Misses' Ribbed
Merino Hose, with double kneei; 2Gc
lor Infants' Cashmere Ho.se, with silk
heels and toes.
3r for the usual 39c Knit SklrtB.
c. i?-' 0,,1y 81c lor t,l- iveU-known
$1 All-wool Knit. Skirts, whiteaud colors,
plain and fancy borders.
for our regular 8Dc Flnnnel-
lM.f"f llnl.fl itlnob- Kfltltin UL-(.rQ
Often retailed at 9Sc.
gJ 7 for
the ubiial 51.98
53 S s v7 Moreen
umbrella flounce, velvet;
9Oy Taffeta Silk Skirts, black
and colors. Deep flounce, with 5-inch
corded ruffle; velvet bound and faced.
S65 -OQ for Plaid and Romaa-O-C&C?
stripe Silk Skirts, that
will stand alone.
Made to retail aS
FOR S4.00 JACKETS.
Just received importer's sam
ples of Bolero Jackets, as in illus
trations. "White, Ecru and Cream
the colors. 98c for $4 jackets,
$1.19 for those intended to retail
at 5, $6 and $7.
ST" They can be easily attached to a cos
tume already made. An old sown can be mado
newly expensive looking:.
"The dependable store.
lysBlriSsi 1 Sil ili lal S a a I JH 1 ! i ills 1'fi ilJflilliVl ili I lx 1 1 i a i. Sis
vJiauiilLl Hi UvywliilaiJiW liiLlwildliUldL vYLl EliyYTli
starts here Monday morning, and the news of it will electrify all Washington bring all Washington to the doors
of "the dependable store."
We frankly admit that the prospects for disposing of the enormous fall and winter stocks which consist not
only of those on show and in our warehouse, but those "on order" are poor, indeed !
The unseasonable weather of the past four weeks has hindered the sale wonderfully, and particularly the heavy
rains of the ten days just ended Thursday.
We are not crying distress; we are not in need of money; we are tdling you of the true condition of things
and suggesting a means by which we may dispose of the surpluses which should already be yours a means by which
you will share the benefits get, by far, the greatest end of the bargain.
Where duty leads we must follow. 'Twould be a blot on a quarter of a century's spotless record for us
to carry over a piece of one season's merchandise into tlie next. And come what may we shall not offend our
principles. That's why we've grasped the knife with a grip of determination turning our backs on loss of
profit snapping our fingers at the sacrifice of cost and cut, cut, cut deep down into tbe very core of prices,
making values the like of which, have never before been known.
The legitimac of this sale is unquestioned. "The dependable store" has never deceived you. We un
hesitatingly pronounce the values we have made the greatest the people of this city have ever been offered, and
we stake our reputation upon the assertion.
lf onday will be a great day and great days will follow so long as we keep up the terrible sacrificing.
Just see how we've laid waste the prices.
wraps, suits, etc.
Black Persian Jamb jackets, half
satin lined, Elizabeth collar, fly front
and new coat back. Worth
AH-satln-lined French kersey top
3ackets, fancy stitching all around;
have new lapel fly ffont, new flap
pockets and finished with welc
seams price later on will
be $12 SS.50
"High art ' genuine tailor-made coats,
made of the finest imported English ker
sey, in all shades, among which are
castor, new tan, gobelin, and Russian
green; hnndsomely finished throughout;
lined in Roman stripe and changeable
tafreta their true value is
$20 . $13.98
New short-ripple capes, made of seal
plush, nicely embroidered and Jetted,
collar trimmed with heavy curl
thibet -worth $6 to go at....$3.'y5
Fine imported coque boas, extra
full. Worth $1.50 98C
ON THE OTHER SIDE
are the establishments
where high-class merchan
dise and high-class prices
are inseparably linked; where
"exclusiyeness" is all the
word implies. Is not the
Palais Royal "Alone?"
The maiumade garments that
must not be compared with imi
tations that are only too common.
Comparisons will tell you the
difference. 5ee and try on ours.
C5K 7Ctfut the u&ual $7.
jfif 5? ets, A.ith &eied
Made ot Lnglisti cloths in tan an
S3 A or Superior Tailor-made Clotli
,V fauiti. with Bilk-lined fiy front
jacket, new cut skirt, lined through
out and velvet bound. Choice or im
ported cheviots in nayand black, Eng
lish mixtures, in attractive color combi
nations, camel's hair. Sbes 32 to 44.
111 all styles. Comparisons will proe
their superiority. Compare with those
. J m Y " SultH-llned WJ"i Taf
i,ta &Uk from nocJ und to sklir hem.
rhey hae all the appearances of $40
made to order suits. llao one tried
on, and jou'H indorse this statement.
S QiR f.r.BlJCk Taffeta Silk
O . $2 waists, with i oke back;
new style blouse front and latest
sleeves. Lined throughout. Si7es 32
to 41. Best apprechited after com
parison with those eLsewhero at $1.98
S A.1 for the usual $7.50 Black
0.0 Silk and Satin Skirte,
in new brocaded effects New out.
plaited and, gatheied backs. Lined
throughout and -elvet bound.
SA. Q tot tlllJ usu! 55 Dresa
9 . O JS JiUrt or Chelot,in navy
and black", mixtures iu various color
combinations. Lined and velvet bound.
Imported cheviot suits, In navy and
black, handsomely bound lth mohair
braid on both jacket and skirt? real
man-tailor-itiade suits -jackets are taf
feta lined and French-cut skirt made
to sell for $20 -Monday
only ' $12.50
Plain and figured black mohair skirts,
sulendidly Uaad $1.50 YaJiia'
Fine brocaded novelty skirts, in black
only, new French out, well lined
nnd velvet bound worth $G .$3.98
Extra heavy 'quality black taffeta
waists, in two distinct styles -one has
the new blouse front, with rows of
tucks across ailU box pleat back; the
other has the. new one-piece yoKe, with
tuck front. They have detachable silk
collars. Positively worth $7.
For a day at $4.75
New Roman stripe taffeta; also
changeable taffeta, silk waists, in vari
ouscolors and combinations, made with
new blouse effects and one-piece yoke.
Real value $9. For Holiday
Black coque boas, 1 1-2 long,
nicely made. Worth 75c SOC
924-926-928 Tth St.
for this heating Stove, us
ually retailing at $G.30.
OUSEFURNISHINGS here include the Lace Curtains from the recent
auction sale of J. S. Lesser & Co. , of New York ; the Chinaware
from the trade sale of George Borgsfeldt, New York ; Blankets and
Table Linen from a firm who forbid the
advertisement. Never were fine goods offered for
Dinner and Tea Sets.
Thesets vary from 100 to 115 pieces
some are works ot art in form and
Regular $6.50 $0.50 $12.50 $15 50
Tomorrow. .$1.95 $7 91 $9.75 $11.69
Tea Sets, 56 pieces.
Some only $1.98 the set less than
4. cents for each piece.
Regular ....$2.98 $3-98 $5.00 $5.50
Tomorrow. .$1.93 $2 91 $3.75 $-1.18
The Toilet Sets.
SctscomprisingS to 12 pieces. While
prices are leaston record, the quantities
and variety are greatest; uver under
one roof in Washington.
Regular.... 98c $2.25 $3.98 $-1.93
Tomorrow. 69c $1.4.8 $2.98 $3.37
To the left hand are the regu
lar prices; to the right are the
65c "Granite"' Covered Roasting
75c Chafing Dish, with lamp. ...49c
25c Quaker Crimped Bread Pan..XGC
79c Mrs. Pottb' Sad Irons 54c
50c Wash Tubs, with iron hoops. .34c
15c Water Pails, iron hoops 10c
29c Floor Mops, long handle 15c
49c Step .Ladder strongly made., sgo
59c Covered Ash Sifters 39c
10c Dust Brushes, good quality.. 50
12c Dust Pans, half cover 'jc
29c Glass Oil Cans 3.5c
59c Bird Cages solid brass 3c
$2.25 BissellCarpetSweepors.. $1.69
15c Pastry Boards, full size qc
25c Table Oil Cloth, 45-iuch 14c
10c "Eclipse" Ammonia, bottle.. 5c
5c Pyles "Pearllne," large boxes.. 3c
$3.95 Brass Table, with onvc
$3 Banquet Lamp and Globe. .S3-.9G
THE PALAIS ROYAL
A- Lisner C and Hth St3.
"The dependable store."
The best grade ot hooks and eyes,
such as "Safety,"' "Neuby's" and the
genuine hooks and eyes which usually
sell for 3 to & cents a card, will go
durlug this sacritice sale at ,.XC
The usual 10c and 12c quality feath-cr-ititch
braid will go in this sale
The best goia-eye needles, In alLsize?,
will go In this sale, per paper,
IS cents' worth of silk-stitchd whale
bone casing win be offered during
this sale for e
A paper of genuine English pins
such as usually sell for 10 cents.
will go during this sale at 3c
The regular 15c qualit 2 1-1-Inch
Hercules braid for lengthening skirts
will go during this sale, per yard,
for Solid Brass Tea Kettle, with
alcohol lamp and wrought-lron
$1.75 the least previous price.
S3 7K Pair for the $4.50 Cal
Jug yj ifornia Blankets, weigh
ing 5 pounds, and $5 for$6.50 Blank
ets, weighing nearly 6 pounds-.
S5 7K pair for the famous
& J $3.50 Scotch Wool Blank
ets, 11-4 sUe. They are not all wool,
but all jou can see and lee! is best of
pure wool. The imlsible cotton pre
vents shrinking and creates durability.
S3 OK Palr for 114 Blankets
v that weigh C pounds.
Actual value is $3 pair, but the red
and blue holders make them look like
SS fl K pair for the best $1.50
a h O? Blankets you ever saw
and handled. Note si.e, feel the weight,
admire the borders and resist buying
If jou can.
Q5 i Pair for Blankets weighing
v7OC 4 1-2 pounds. Looking like
all wool and with colored borders a la
California Blankets. Attractive fraud.
Qvfl- for the usual $1.23 Comforts,
Sy! filled with purified white cot
ton and covered with superior aatine.
for the Satlne-covered
Pnmfirts wltl fniv
. ,1. I.I.... TT, n..c.lnn.wl W..r,U...j.
looking. Pay 1 89 and get one with
even richer covering.
SO 7c for best or Cotton-filled
ia si Comforts those usually
sold at $4.50 Coered with French
satincs, in art designs and colors.
SR ff for $6 Eiderdown Com-CJ-sJU
forts. $1 less than us
ual price, and variety of covering nuch,
more varied and beautiful than you
for Full Size and Good. Weight
seilles patterns. ThensualTSc Spreads.
for Genuine Marseilles
Snreads. The nrice is
$1 less than they wete made to re
Sacrifices in FJanneJs.
During this sale we shall ell red
twin wool flannel, which usuaily
goes for lbc a yard at n c
45 dozen Alaska skirt patterns, with
different colored borders full skirt
pattern cut to 19c
"Yard-wide all-wool white flannel
which usually sells for 33 cents a
yard cut to 2S5C
10 pieces ot silk-ernbroidercd cicam
flannel in a -variety of pretty pat
ternscue to per jatd.. 39C
Doublewidth cream lamb's, wool eider
downthe regular price or which is
$1 a yard cutto 790
Boys' Suits Sacrificed.
We have just 125 boys' suits, made of
fine quality cashmere and cheMot
there are but two and three sues in
each pattern, but all tizes m the lot
-which have -old here Tor $1.75 to $2-50
and are tlie otner clothiers' regular
$3 and .$3.50 values. Tomorrow we
shall give you the choice of tlie
entire lot for SX.S9
fii 8 AG Instead of S2.25
wll'a"0 Chamber Set of 5 nieces;
decorated in assorted colors
lustration of two of the pieces.
use of their name in an
as little, as here, now.
First to tell you of the auction
Curtains and then the Draperies
SO O JS R!r for the nl $5 Irteh
Ob 00 Point Lac Carta bs. Only
a few dozen pairs Iu this lot. Harry.
SI ?Q pairror$2.tSBrnaKelHC
lU feet Lace Curtain, do
inches wide, 3 1 2 yad lone. Bx
SO Cll11" r$r S8-50 Tapwtry
tiVvVaiid Chenille Portieres,
heavily rringwl. All ta aew art andw
loafer i yard souare CbeniMe
-rLTable Covers, 75c for 1 1-.2
yard, $1.25 for 2 yard ahse-
.eLj Covern. Only Obe fir th $14M)
covers from the Eaat ladies.
I Sr yartl fr nwrtor 3C-fah Dot
Swiss, used for sash, cartaias.
3C rard for 27 iitvh IrnA I'oint
J trace. and 98c yard for ;se
$1.25 quaiityi used for door pnaela.
3"7 Rf fortheusnal$9Self-ovn-w
ivJv ing Box Own-nee. Yon se
lect the material for covering from the
endlcs variety here.
S2 55TifQr the furniture stores
vJOv7S5 Oak Destar. for ladies.
Daintily useful and ornamental. Note
Sr rSZ for the neual $3 Book
Z.aZ.iJ Shelves, 4-s high, 2-J
wide. As ornamental as aeeful.
"The dependable store." ?
The sales we have been having in
the Unboisterv Deiurtuieut each Mon
day have been wonderfully successful A
because the values have been unua-
ual. But the unparalleled values w bit h A
this department offers tomorrow will
entirely eclipse all prevHn eiforts. w
Just 77 piece or new tinsel drapery. S
in almost every conceivable color com- m
binatton-the identical sturf for which
.you have paid loe. a yard many and y
many a time go in this sale 3.
at 5 3-lc 9
41 pieces of lace and colored striped S
scrim, which is so much ued lor cur- J
tains and draperies-have been cut fR
for this sule per yard "H
to 3 3-ic m
1,500 yard: of heavy stair linen, in M
a variety of durable colors -go m 3
this sale - per yard St
at - .. -XX 1-2C
45 reels of double-head heavy knotted jf
wool rug fringe, in six different ul- gv
ors go in this sale peryard 5
at Ti l-2c a
500 sofa pillows of extra good fpial- &
ity material -size 1$ b IS inches T
go in this saleat 23c K
1,500 wood sa-h rods r white tn-
fixtures go in this sale at gc m
150 first grado heavy Smyrna rugs, &
in a great variety or handsome Turk- W
Ish andPersiaueffects sizelo bv m
30 inches-go iu this sale at..."5Qc
Lot of S5 best quality Bromley's A
Smyrna rugs-in the newest Oriental W
effects-size 3 by 6 feet go
in thlssaloat S2.85 9
250 pairs of Nottingham lace cur- 9
tains, which are full in length and A
width sold everywhere rur a dollar W
go in this sale per pair
at 69c W
300 pairs or fine Nottingham lace 9
curtains, in patterns which are evact Jk
copies of Brussels point tIrih Point,' luny, W
Renaissance and Sasuin l.ice Go in. X
wide and 3 1-2 yds. long- go '
in this sale per pair ar.. SX.95 &
200 pairs of genuine Irish point and W
Tambour lace curtains, in beautifully
worked patterns 34 inches wide and fP
3 1-2 yards long- go in this jt.
sale-perpair at SS.69 IP
S5 pairs of handome satin faced w
tapestry portieres, in a profusion of .
floral and oriental effects with
hand knotted fringe at top and hot A
torn - go in this sale per pair &
1,500 highly polished curtain poles, i
iu chorry, oak, walnut, ash and ebonv w
- with futures complete for this " 5
sale X4c W
A Shoe purchase a
just in time.
Just in time for this slaughter sale 9
comes this purchase or Uiomj two lots L
of lidics slioes- Not excepting any
these two are the jrreatet value- that b
have ever been otreied. The 3,500 W
pairs came at a ridiculously low fig- A
ure considering the high quality of the W
shoes-ami we shall turn them over to A
our patrons at prices, which will boom W
this department wonderfully. Other A
shoe stores must expect to remain idle
uuiu uuvr tuese enoes are an sold.