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THE TIMES; WASHINGTON,! SUNDAT. DECEMBER- 26, 1897.
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CORRECTLY-DRESSED MEN
"Will wear on New Year's Day a Prince Albert
frock or Cutaway Suit firoru midday to candle
light. In the evening Pull Dress is required.
We have a complete, line of .all "dress re
quisites. Full-dress Suits.
Tuxedo Dress Suits. ...,.,, .
Prince Albert Suits.
Cutaway Suits.
Dress Overcoats.
Silk Hats.
Patent Leather Shoes.rf,;tl"
Full-dress Shirts. -.,.,...
Full-dress Neckwear.
Full-dress Gloves., . .
Full-dress Collars and Cuffs.
The suits in all of the various correct weaves
and fabrics. Out in the latest fashion. Correctly
tailored and perfect fitting.
The Hats in the latest New York block.
The Shoes in the most approved Shapes of
toe.
The Haberdashery absolutely correct in every
detail.
All at lower prices than anyone else quotes
for equal value.
Robinson & Chery Co.,
1 2th arid F Streets N. W. IIIls.
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l "iC Fifteenth, Sixteenth and Seventeenth
III l! I S Ceilluries- Early English, Dutch and
JL A LkL lUi German work, framed in ebonj. Land
scapes, Portraits, Figure and Architectural Drawiugs.
All are welcome to examine them whether they wish
to purchase or not.
"We have thousands of other interesting- curios that
are well worth- of a visit.
A. HEITHULLER & CO.,
1218 F Street N. W.
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TIN HORNS MAKE IT NOISY
Otherwise Christmas Day in Wash
ington Passes Quietly.
Theaters Iluve Their Imiinjr in I lie
Afternoon Wheelmen nml 'Wlu.'et-
wonien Out in Great Numbers.
It was not an exciting Christmas on the
fctreet. -No thrilling features or the day
iiave hcoii reported. There was a chorus of
cliurch bells, bicycle bells, tin horns, and
now and then a lew enthusiastic .shout.
The tooting of tin horns began -with the
shades ol Christmas Eve and continued
throughout the night, though the din stlb
Mdeil into desultory toots between mid
night and tiie morn.
The MHiuds of Christmas cheated .na'iy
weary people of their ren, but the Christ
mas spirit peivaded every breast, and the.
merrymaker. were forgiven.
Tlie resideuce streets early presented
scenes of animation as tlie crowds of
church attendants pressed along, but the
business streets were duller and more de
serted between morning and noon than
on rainy Sunday5.
Numbeis of people spent their Chris-.mas
outing ii wlieeling over the hard roads of
the adjacent count ly. It was a cold 1-iy,
but not to tnose whose blood was stli-ed
by hearty exeicise. Very many people left
the city yeteiday and enrly this morning
to spend tlie day in old Virginia or My
Maiyland. A very large percentage of
Washington people hall from these two dear
old States, and on Christmas Day they
go back to the homes of their ancest rs.
Town ids aitcrimon the business thoroughfares-!,
w.ikciiedandprjmenaders-no.'ed
along in apparent joy at the brief e
spiic from work and in glowing anticipation
or the turkey diuuer yet to come.
The churches had their day in the
rorenoon and the theaters in the after
noon. Chateaubriand, when he wrote to
Ozanam, cautioned against the theater:
St. Augustine aveired that the theater
ruined souls: Rctson charged that they of
fended morals; DeUonald held th-ic it
was the school of folly and corruption, ind
many are the local pastors who have spoken
against ihe playhouse, but the good pro
ple of Washington cit her were heed
less of these dreadful admonitions, or
they Telt that they were not aimed at :he
Washington theater. Anyhow, multi
tudes attended tlie theater. And they
cnJoyc-0 themselves, it was matinee day,
anyhow, and Christinas to lioot. This hap
py coincidence filled the houses. The
local theaters ministered to the general
Joy or the day.
Mr. E. K. Edwards, the local manager
or the Grand Opera Hou, was the re
cipient of a token of esteem from the em
ployes of that popular theater, in the
shape of a full set of Dresden china. Tlie
presentation speech was made by Mr.
Elliuger, and happily responded to by Mr.
Edwards.
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To the Patrons of
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& Glen Echo Railroad Co.:
Owing to a complete change in our Power
House, it lias been decided to stop the running
of our cars for a few days. We expect to be
done not later than Thursday, Dec, 30. This
step lias been found neccessary in order to insure
a prompt service.
QUSTAVSTAHL,
Vice Pres. Wash, and Glen Echo R. R.
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FOOD l'OI! THE STOXE FAMILY,
Tliey Ilnve Only Enough for Their
Cliribtums Dinner.
The family ot JLauco W. Stone, at No.
132 X street Kutheast, had a merrier
Christina yesterday than they would have
had had not the story of their distress been
printed two dajsago in The Times, which
brought to them donations of food aud
temporal j iclief. The day might have
been spent more happily had the father of
the household been there to dine with his
wife and Tour little children upon the
gifts wl'ich charitable people had be
stowed upon them. Considering the ex
tenuating circumstances the little ones
enjoyed themselves as well as the meagjr
conditions would permit.
But the neighborhood's hospitality -nill
not last always. There were pieces or
meat and some potatoes for dinner -yesterday,
nothing for future meals. Mrs
Stone does not know where it will come
Troin. The lent will soon he Jue.
Everyday now the hope that themissing
husband will return grows more dim. Mrs.
Stone does not like to give him up, hut
she v.-il' start today to look for wjrk.
She wants any kind and believes that if
she can get it she will satisfy the people
who give it to her with her willingness, if
not with her skill.
The house where the Stones live Is a
four-room frame. Two of the walls of
the rooms are or wood and two of plast ?r.
There are one or two prints un the walls
and a few v. orn pieces of furniture in .'he
front room .
Last -night Stone had not returned home,
although Lis wire has not given up hope,
and believes that her husband is a.xiy
in search of work, and that she will soon
hear from him.
Stone lias been a huckster. Business has
been almost nothing during the last few
years, and this fall it has been worse than
ever- Tlie .money that he has earned was
barely sufficient to buy bread and pay
rent. lie was a pretty good husband, how
ever, and Mrs. Stone has nothing to say
against him-
Last Sunday he seemed to be in as
good In mor as ever. There was no quar
rel with Mrs. Stone or the children. He
lert home Sunday evening, telling his wife
that he was going to the Ebbitt House to
see his daughter, who works there.
Stone did not reach the Ebbitt House.
He has not lieen seen sine. The huckster
heworkedfor ha not heard from him. The
pollcekn. w nothing about him.
There was not a penny in the ho se
when he kft, nor any food. All the
clothing there was his wire and children
had on. and it was very little and poor
and patched.
When he did not return that night his
wife was at first not greatly alarmed. She
was hurt; he would come back on Monday.
Shu became more and more uneasy, how
ever, and finally frantic. The traces or
her tears are still on her face.
The neighbors found out that Stone was
gone. Then they learned that there was no
food and no ru-1 in the house. Since then
they have provided for the Stones as much
as possible, but there never lias been much
to eat. The Central Union Mission was no
tified aud has provided fuel.
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the Washington
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I Hess' patent
leather shoes
for men are the recog
nized 'bcst" and set the
styles in three leading
cities. All that ripest ex
perience, skill and best ma
terials can accomplish .are
brought to bear in their
making-.
The patent calf is es
pecially selected and made
by Cornelius Heyl ex
clusively for Hess.
A dozen different -styles
to choose from every one
of which is a leader.
Made on the ''Mastiff'
and "E";0;" toes. Hess' own
creations.
Fashion's followers will
find noUiing to equal them
in all shoedom.
The best that money can
btt3T and but $5 and $6 a
pair.
I N. Hess' Sons,
! 931 Penn. Ave.
CHRISTMAS IN SANCTUARIES
Beautiful Decorations in Catholic
and Episcopal Churches.
Pastors IJet ell the Story of. the
Jllrtli of tlie Christ and Choirs
Sins Fitting ilusic.
The city rang with the sounds of Christ
mas yesterday.
Sacred bills ushered in theday and called
pious people to their prayers; song? of praise
welled rrom silver-throated choirs, mil
reverent words came fiom the lips and
hearts of ministers and priests. The mes
sage, 'Pei'ceon earth, good will to men,
was ileliveied fiom scores of pulpits that
were garnished withcvergrecnlnsymbollain
of the eternal power and undying fresh
ness or the message which the -Sa.'ior
brought. .
The churches were verdant in winter
greens. Altars were garlanded with bou'is
and wreaths of holly, twinkling with red
berries. FcMoons of familiar crow's-root
were twined around the pillars or the
sacred pllea aud looped from the trusses
aud arches or the roofs, llranches or the
mistletoe swi.ng here and there. Pine, box
and cedar were plant ed in the sanctuaries,
with now and then a waving palm, sugges
tive or some southern clime.
Before the bun beamed rrom behind .'lie
Bcnning hills crowds of festive people
surged along the streets. They were gay
voiced and Sunday-clad and carried prayer
books and tin horns. They were wending
their way to church, for all the Catholic
churches celebrated mass at 5 o'clock,
and all devout Catholics and many who
during the year had strayed from the
mother fold -were on their road to duty
and devotion. .Nearly all the Rniatopal
churches held early services, also, buL
as a rule it was the Catholics who be.st
the sun in getting up.
At St Aloyslus's Church iwrtions f
Gulllmont's, Haydn's, Gounod's and Kalli
woda's mases were sung, the solo parts
being sustained by Mrs. Kitty-Thompson
Berry and Mr. James Nolau. the iiusical
portious of the services were accompanied
by a full orchestra and the great organ.
Instrumental solos were rendered by Mr.
Ernest Lent, 'cello; Mr. II. Jaeger, flute;
Mr. So1. Minster, violin, and Mr. L. Tllleux,
French horn.
At St. Patiick's Haydn's imperial mass
was si-t.g by the choir under the directiJn
or Signor Mariano Mairio. lies'. Father
Stafford delhered the customary Cln-Ist-mas
sermon, and declared that the human
heart could not steel itself against the
generous Inipreosioiis made by ChrUtmis.
At St. Mary's solemn high mass was -ele-bratedatoo'ciockandagainatlO.
D iriiig
these senicefe several German Chri.stmis
carolf were sung by the children of Hie
parochial school.
At St. Matthew's solos were sung by Mrs.
Pcnnybacker, Mis. Goddard. Miss Carrie
Cotterill, Mh.s Blanche Wood, Miss Mamie
McGce, Mrs Ilerscy, Miss Dais Miss Tyler,
Miss .Lackey, and Messrs. Golden, Fitzger
ald, Goodchild and Mccm.
The initial mass at St. Peter's Church was
celebrated by Itev. Father Dennis Mc
Connick. and solos were sung by -Miss
Ritchie, Miss Annie Grant, Mr. Moore, Miss
Coleman, Miss Iteghia Baptifcta, Mr. Fox,
Mr. Randolph and Mr. Graham.
noly Irinitj, St. Stephen's, St. Jo
seph's, Immaculate Conception, St. The
resa's, St Augustine's, Church of the Holy
Name, St. Paul's Catholic and the other
Catholic Churches celebrated Christmas
along the same general lines.
At Holy Trinity Church, Georgetown,
masse wore celebrated at 5 and 10 a. m ,
the solo parts being sustained by Mrs. Es
ther Guuiprcclft, Miss Edith McCoy, Mr.
II. L. Murdoch, Mr. Michael Scanlon and
Mr. Noel A. Adam.
At St. Dominic's solemn high -niss and
the benediction of the blessed sacrament
were celebrated.
At St. Stephen's solemn masses and holy
communion were observed. Jlcv. Father
W. S.Caughy preached.
At St. Joseph's Church masses were
sung at 5 and 10:30 o'clock, the solo
roles being taken by Mr. George il. V.
Connor and -Miss Barton. Benediction rol
lowed the celebration of the second miss.
At the Ohuich of the Immaculate Con
ception high masses were celebrated at
5:30 and 10:30, and low masses at 7, S
and 0 o'clock. The feist mass was sung
by the recently-organized St. Cecelia's Choir
and solos were sung by Miss Pearl Evans,
Mr. Cassiim Howard and Mr. Walter
"Williams. Rev. Father Williams preached
the sermon of the day.
At. St. Theresa's Church Marzo's first;
mass was sung, and Mr. J . Taylor Branson
played a viohn solo.
At St. Augustine's Church solemn high
mass was celebrated at 5 o'clock" and
solemn pontifical mass at tl o'clock by
Rt. Rev. Bishop Curtis. The sermon was
delivered by Rev. Father Edmund Burke,
S. J. The Knights o St. Augustine, No.
2, acted as on escort to the bishop.
The Church of the Holy Name cele
brated the day with masses and a sermon.
At St. Paul's Church, Rev. Dr. Kcrby,
of the Citholio University, was the cele
brant, with Rev. Joseph A. Foley as
deacon and Rev. E. A. Hannon as sub-'
deacon.
The decoration of the Catholic
churches was rivalled by that of
the Episcopal churches. Services were
held early and holy communion
was celebrated durlngthe forenoon. Trinity
Church was decked with a wealthol'graon.
Great ropes of crow's foot stretched
across the clurch above the sanctuary,
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THE stock must be turned into cash as speed
ily as .possible to satisfy our claim against
GARNER & CO.
Profits are not thought
sold, no matter what the
being slaughtered at less than half their original
cost. Fine Suits and Overcoats, a large
line of Separate Pants, a complete stock
of Furnishings, Children's Suits and
Reefers. Everything new, clean, and of the
latest styles.
oseph Eisner & Co
(Of 217 W. Balto. St., Baltimore).
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in Coats and Capes.
All this season's goods all new styles.
Every one was bought since we opened our new
store, but they all must go. We have deter
mined to make a clean sweep, and have put
such prices on the goods that it were sinful not
toitakc advantage of.
$4.98 IBlack Kersey Coat, with fly
front, Klondike collar
$6.98 Astrakhan Coat, all wool, silk
lined, storm collar
$5.oo SeaI Plush Cape,
silk lined
$2.50 Black Cloth Cape,
fur trimmed
Our large stock of Comforts, Blankets, Underwear and
Warm Gloves and Mittens will be closed out at special re
duction prices.
The balance of our Toys and Dolls will be given awa'
with each Coat or Cape purchased from this date on.
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25 per cent below cost.
About January 15Ui we expect to open up our new
store, 423 Seventh street, lately occupied by the
Washington Trading Stamp Co.,
and rather than undergo the loss and trouble of remov
ing our stock, we will sell
cost, i We will opeii up with a complete new
Housefurnishings and 5, 10, 15 and 25c goods. '
SOME SPECIALS FOR TOMORROW.
Handsome Decorated
Toilet Set of ten
pieces ....
.20
Wine Glasses, 2c.
Syndicate Purchasing Co.,
457 Seventh St. N. W.
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and from these green rojis liung a
great star, wiought of Lolly lcavjs.
At jlhe Cliurch .of tlie Epiphany holy
commuulun sah celebrated at 11 o'clock.
Rev. Randolph 11. AIcKim preached on
the Xativlty, nnd a rare musical pr-jgrain
"was rendered by the choir under direction
of llr. II. Cliiuj,'li Leigliter.
At the Church of the Ascension holy
communion was celebrated ut 7-30, and
the chapter of praise miiijj by the vested
choir. There 4-ivna a Mieond celebration
of this service at 11 o'clock, at wtiicii
the rector, Kcv. Dr. Elliott, preached an
appropriate merman.
At St. John's Cliurch Rev. Dr. r.tckiy
Smltti pieacbeil the Christmas f-ermo'i at
11 o'clock. The other Episcopal churches
observed the day with song:, hermoii and
prater .
At St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, holy
communion -was celebrated at 7 a. m.t and
at the 3 1 o'clock service the vested cUoii
under direction of Precentor TCicholls
supplied the music.
At the Chapel of St. Matthew the -er-mon
or the day was preached by Rev.
J. M. E. McKcfc.
Rev. W. G' .Davenport preached the
Christmas sermon at Emmanuel Church;
Rev. J. B. Perry at St. Andrew's; Rev.
Thomas 0. Tongue at Grace Church; Rev.
Alexander ,M. Rich at Trinity; and Rev.E.
M-. Mot i at the Church of the Advent.
Glen Echo.
Owing to a complete change in the
power house of the Washington and Glen
Echo Railroad, the car service will be
stopped until next Thursday. The work
will in all probability be completed by
then and an improved service inaugurated.
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of. Everything will be '
sacrifice. 1 he goods are
MAX KOHXEll, 730 7th St. Ar. Hr.
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everything 25 per cent b
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line of
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Tumblers ....... ic
1-2 doz. Plated Teaspoons . . 8c
1-2 doz. Plated Tablespoons . . 15c
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KIVArS FIGHT
tO THE DEATH.
One TJfci's
-"iLcum-niiife and the I
unit-r u T)ng-er.
LittK- Rock, Ark., Dec. HD.-Will Bu.ns
and Tom Ray fought a bloody duel with
knives this afternoon in the back yard of
a- fmi.ons Little Rock resort.
Both were in love with tin same girl, an J
wiiuiNutu n, acuie the matter in
way.
this
One used a buther-knife, the other
uuuKur, ami ootii tell in the throes
of
ueain witnin live mimites after
clinched.
they
Beer Schooner Itesctiud.
Barnegat, N. J.. J)eu. 25.-Tlie tln-'e-niastsrt
schooner Jwinte It. Tomiini-on,
250 tons, with a crow of seven men, ,vent
ashore orr this point shortly after nfd
night, and was. taken off at o'clock by
the life .saving crew. She hails fr ji,
Drawbridge, Conn., and was hound fro.u
New York for Nc-wburg, N. C, with a ejjo
of Impr. fppt. Donaldson is n rumm.Tvl.
DYSPEPSIA.
Hemember that GROVER GRA
HAM'S remedy is GUARANTEED
to remove all distress FItOM THE
FIRST DOSE. It is folly to suffer
when a 50e. bottle, procured from
your druggist, will correct In
stantly nil unpleasant symptoms.
An infallible Speeific.for Dyspepsia,
Heartburn, Gn&critis, ana all dis
eases arising from an Impaired
Digestive System. Write to Grover
Graham Co., Kewburgh, X. Y., for
pamphlet. .
The Busy -Corner,.
8th and Market Space.
S.
EVERYTHING
Has an ending expectations are realized and then they
pass into oblivion. The grand preparations which we
madefor Yuletidejsa thing of the past. We accom
plished our errand. "We made more homes happy with
our special holiday bargains than any other concern in
the District of Columbia.
We continue to-sacrifice the balance of winter stock
in such manner that it will cause busy buying at the
Busy Corner
This Entire Week.
We start this grand sale with
Black and Colored Dress Goods.
tlMncl. Colored Wool Storm Serge gr;at
value at U!c.
CLEA UI XG PRICE, llc
.'IS irch "Wide-wale .Serge, in all colon -great
ia"ue at il!)c.
CLEARING PRICE, 10C
:U Inch All-wnol Cloth Mixture a g'eat
bargain at -$c.m. , ,
CLEARING PRICE, 10c
ir-inch All-wool Navy Wire-twist Serge -a
re.it U.raiit at :.0ov
CLEARING PRICE, : DC
ID-inch All-wool Navy Imperial Serge
a great bargain at 20c.
v' '(CLEARING "PRICE, 29c
lO-inch Siilr-frtriped Plaids a great bar
gain at D'Jc.
CLEARING PRICE,. Wc
4D-inr.ii .Silk-finished Henrietta, in all
colors a great bargain at 09c.
CLEARING PRICE, -".)c
Black
40-Inch All-wool Imperial Serge : 2Dc. Value 39c.
45-inch All-wool Imperial Serge 20c. Value -IV?.
45-inch All-wool Storm Serge 25c. Value 30c.
-JD-inch All-wool Storm Serge 30c. Value 40c.
4(i-!nch All-wool Ladles' Cloth 4fle. Valmj flOv.
50-inch AH-w.x! Granite Weaves 49c. Value -JOj.
5C-:iicl'Ciinvu.i Weaves G9e. Value ?1 00.
4 5-!uch All-wofl S cot en Cheviot 55c. Value 75e.
45-inch All-wool Fine Fiench Drap d'2te 75c. Value-SlCO.
OS-inch Wide V.'aleSerge ISc. Value 2i)c.
42-incl N ool Storm Serge 10c. Vatae 2:1c.
4C-!nch All-wool Henrietta 29c. Value .19c.
Silk and
A!l-i!k black Satin Dueho-sc. Worth
Black aii and Groa Grain Brocades,
27-bich Coiduroy, in all colors for wai.st -
Our ei'tlre line of $1.25 Fine Silk Velvts,
1 0 cases Yard-wide Rival L'le.cbcd i!us
lin (hetter than Fruit of f he Loom). -4 7 c
5 bales Applctor. Extra Heavy Yard
wide Un! U'scned Muslin (better than
Ijinrel D.) -17 8c
50-inch Dallas fcleaclictl Pillo.v Case
She.-tiiik, 12l-2c 7 3-lc
0-1 Mohawk Valley Elcaehed tot
ing 12 3 4c
1 0-1 New Vork Millb bleached Sheet
ing ..17 i"4c
Pest Qua lit j Indlgoes, twenty-five choice
styie X 7-fc
Amosl'eag and Lonvdale Apron Ging
ham " 3 7 Sc
1 0 pieces White Embroidered Flannel,
emstitchid. choice designs, 50c . . 3c
hpnisl
All-wool French Flannel, plain and 'i;
ured, 50c COc
All-wool Flannel Skirt Patterns, S5c f0c
All-wool Pwansdown Skirt Patt-ris,
$1.19 i)Sc
Blankets at Slaughter Prices.
200 pairs 10-t White or Gray Cotton
Blankets Tor 30c
$1.50 11-1 White Blankets. Reduced
to , y?
$2.00 11-1 White Blankets. Reduced
to . $1.39
$2.50 13-4 California Silver Gray.
Reduced to '. $1 9S
$3.50 11-4 Elne-gray Blankets. Re
duced to $2.39
$3.00 10-1 All-wool Red Blankets.
Reduced to 52 29
$5.00 11-4 All-weol Medicated Red
Blankets. Reduced to $4 49
Specials in Lace Curtains and Portieres.
Nottingham Lace Curtains, 3 and 31-2 yards long, full width, ecru or white.
Regular SI. 00 value. SPECIAL PRICE. GOc. V UR.
Nottingham Luce Curtains, 31-2 yards long, SO ind GO inches wide, while or
ccr,i. Regular. $1.50 value- SPECIAL. PRICE, 95c. PAIR.
200 pairs Nottingham Lace Curta'ns. 3 1 -2 yards long, 60 inches wide, all the
latest fiM. net and Brussels effects. Worth $2.00.
SPECIAL TRICE. $1.19 T UR.
75 pairs All-Chenille Portieres, full length, heavy fringe, and double dado
SPECIAL PRICE. $1.93 PA-R.
50 pairs Chenille Portieres. 50 incnes wide and full length, all the latest ef
fects, heavy imperial fringe, dado top and bottom. Regular $4.00 valnp.
SPECIAL PRICE, $2.lS
5-foot Curtain Pole and Fixtures Complete, qc each.
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AH of the Finest Cr.glish nnd Domestic Kerseys and .Melton. All of the lest
Imported Queylnt. and. VJrutia Cloth Jackets All the best American awl Im
ported Persian and Bowie Cloth Jickts. In fart every weave of the bet inserted
cloths. Every garment is lined with the very best of silk anil satin. Every ean-'nt
is strirtlj man-tailored. Every tiar.ni-'iit Is perfect as to deign and finish. Every
color one may wish tosje Black, Brown. Havana, Dark and Light Tan. Navy Mfie,
CndetBlue.Xew Blues Olive Grojn, Apple Green and aIo combination mixtures, in
Brown and Gray effects. As to style, we give you the best ideas of the best
jacket makers of the world.
Linings.
50c quality G.enuine Imported 22-in. French Haircloth for 330
SOc. quality Genuine 16-inch Herring-bone Haircloth for 17j4d
36c Best Quality French Silk-finished Percaline, in guar
anteed fast black 17jC
ISc quality All-linen Extra Stiff Qualit3' Canvas, in black,
gray and white 14o
Extra quality Silesia, in black and colors. Worth 13c 3-ard. .. 6c
10c qualitvFast Black 36-inch Moire Rustle Lining-, soft finish 60
S. KANN. SONS &
8th and Market Space,
'Seventh Street Entrance, Family Shoo Store.
Kaon. Sons & Co.
DO-incr All-wool Imported Canvas W-aT9
ill colors- a great bargain at U8C.
CLEARING PRICE, Cac
4D-iiic!. Imported Colored Poplins a grat
bargain at OSe.
CLEARING PRICE. t3C
45-inch Fine French Drap d'Ete in colors
a great bargain at $1.
CLEARING PRICE, t 9o
DO-ii.ch Imported Illuminated Camel's
Hair Suiting a great bargain at $1.2i.
CLEARING PRICK, SrVc
DO-iiich Fine French Broadcloth a g.-eat
bargain at $1.2D.
CLEA RING PRICE, 9 ;(
41-ii.cl, Imported Kilk-and-Wool Vilour
Plaids a groat bargain at .-fl.SD.
CLEARING PRICE, i"2c
Goods,
Velvets.
75c.
CLEARING PRICE, 4Tc.
exqjbdte patterns. Worth SOc.
CLEARING PRICE, SO;.
or suits. Worth 75a
CLEARING PRICK. jOc.
in all the leading shade.
CLEARING PRICE, SJTc
1CS.
Satine Prints, stripes and dots ... 3 7-Sc
Rest Shirtings, in thort lengths 2 7-Sc
45x36 Ready-made Mohawk Valley
Bleached Pillow Cases l 3 lc
54x0 0 Ready-made Mubawk Valley
Bleached Sheets 5c
81xP0 Readj-madfe .Mohawk V.ill-y
Bleached Sheets yc
200 pieces- yard-wide Percale neat
styles- suitable for Wrappers, Shirt Waists
and Shirts -slightly soiled on edse
12c 6 7-Sc
e
1 Domet Skirt Patterns, 25c.
, All-wool Red Twill Flannel,
l.c
ldc.0 3-4c
Fard-vide Eiderdown, cream ami ; II
colors, COc 3!c
3 case XXL Extra Heavy 12 l-2c Can
ton Flannel S 2 lc
1 case Household Canton Flannel.. 2 7 to
1 $5.00 11-4 White Wool BIinket- 9D
percent tool $1 '3
$7.50 12-.J All-wool 9-lb. White
Blankets, to $5 49
$1.50 Sateen-covered Comforts, cot-ton-fiiI-d,
to 9-Jc
$2.50 Silkoline-covered Tufted Com
forts picked white cotton, large
size $1 19
$4.00 French Sateen-covered Com
forts extra size, white picked cot
ton, fot ,?2-'9
$6.50 Best Down-filled Sateen-covered
cotton, for S4.4S
100 Clarendon 12-4 White Bed Spreads
for 08c
buys any Lady's Jacket in o;ir house that
formerly sold at $12.50, S15.00, SiS.co and
$20.00. We shall make this the banner
week in our Cloak Department.
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