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THE ETENING STAR.
WASHINGTON: f ibjIT muTfii n. tm S. lOVKS Editor. THE ETIMIMU UTAH ku IM hllM Unl (IrnlattM (fur SiwiuHr >? the VCtrIA ??4 m u KHIiia to wartk mn than all ikt Mk*r paper* published la Wadiliftmi. Thero ia nothing surprising in the rapid progre** made in the New York rtato assembly by the bill to repeal the Saturday half-holiday U?. The father of the law himielf admit* it to b? a fail ore in operation. Employers complain of it because it demoralize* their busiDesa, practically reducing the working week to fire day*. The thriftier clan* of artisana and skilled workmen generally complain of it because they cannot get a long week'* pay for a short week'* work. The bank* complain of it because it plays the mUchief with their discount*, drafts and protest*. The broker* complain of it be cause it condemn* Saturday to be an "off day" in tho market, no matter what condition thing* may be in, breaking the force of booms and ?xpediting ?lump*. Hardly anybody, in fact, ha* a good word to say for the half-holiday. It may bo that working people get too little play, a* a rule, but the little they do get doe* not come to them to the best advantage in this particular form. Tho *tate* which haTe been ?tndying New York'* experiment from the out aid*, for the purpose of deciding whether to do something of the same sort themselves will ilraw an easier breath now that the suxpense ia over and the verdict is adverse. Clearly the Three Americaa commercial con gress should not bo permitted to conflict in ?tute with the conclave of the Knights Templar. Washington will be delighted to entertain both set* of visitors, but if they come at the same time they will be apt to crowd each other. The Knights Templar have already pre-empted the city's most desirable accommodation* for the first half of October. Friendly feeling toward the United States on the part of the republic* of Central and South America, resulting in an increase of trade, will not be secured by ex tending to the distinguished representatives of our neighbors the hospitality of a billiard table ut a bed, and a chance to scramble for food, perhaps unsuccessfully, with thousands of hun gry and ingenious competitors. The last half of October is a delightful season in which to visit the natiouul capital. Viscount Mandeville is in a heap of trouble, lie i* not only a bankrupt, but the victim of a c uel charge, which may be true, and which, if proved, threatens serious consequences for his (. .Kant lordship. Macdeville's visit to this ? "untry. live or six years ago. was more brief ?iju brilliant. It lusted long enough, however, : i 'war out his welcome with the friends and i ...tivcs of his pretty American wife, whose 1 f pitiilitu-s he enjoyed to hi* heart's content, it also caused some weariness to certain sport ing mm. both professional and amateur, who, o.i the strength of nis title, permitted him to !?.- bets to them which, owing to pressure of I .ainess or other distracting influence*, he q ate forgot to pay. Tho bar* at which lie l ir-< d his aristocratic appetite for high-priced liquids have also tetider memories of his eccen tricity in the matter of cash settlement*. For k hcrtiaing purposes, the presence of a live 1 r 1 t:i a gin palace, at a gambling club, or on ? race-track ir.ay be of use, but the manager* 0 aitch establishments who entertained Vis ?omit Maudev.He while he was here are not ?nthu*iartic over the possibility that hi* tinan oal collapse may cause him to return. The British board of trade report* show that the net total of permanent immigration from t:??? United Kingdom has fallen off considerably of late. The decrease reached about 10 per ? nt in a ?:ngie year. This falling off. strange t ? ?av. is led by the Irish, who used to be most ? tger to escape from their island; while the S.otch. who formerly clung to their homes as 1 'iig a? tiiey could, are now moving out of them i.i larger proportion than any of the other na tionalities embraced in the union. Do these statistic* contain anything of prophetic signifi cance? The emigration movement continued in Ireland in full blast till it seemed to be de!iait?lr settled that there was to be a revolu tion in the political affairs of that country. Then the Irish began to etay at home, ns if to await the progress of events. The Scotch movement is now assuming proportions which r call strongly the Irish movement immediately preceding the flr?t great stroke for home rule. Is it of like portent? The newspaper owned by Mr. Russell Harri son. in Helena. Montana, publishes a special despatch from Washington, which will generally be regarded as authoritative concerning the policy of the present administration with respect to the removal of democrats from office. It as serts that no fixed rule or principle will govern ?uch cases,but that each will be considered on its own merits. In other worda. the cause for the retention or dismissal of one officer will not be considered a precedent in the treatment of an other. Whether this statement is put forth by authority or not, it is undoubtedly true. The practice of all worthy administrations within the memory of man has been on such lines. It could hardly be otherwise if the appointing power would retain the respect of the country. A strong effort is being made to induce Mr. Farnell to visit America. The condition of affairs in England is such a* to make his pres ence there at this time extremely desirable on many accounts; but on the other hand the cause which he represents would undoubtedly be vastly strengthened by hi* appearance in thia country, and by the encouraging and enthu aiastic welcome which would be extended to Lim. Senators are underpaid. Mr. Chace said so when Senator, and emphasized hia opinion bv resigning the office. As an ex-Senator he state* hi* views more elaborately and gives his rea sons in the columns of the North American lie tine. One difficulty in the way of making the increase is the fact that Representatives, Cab- I inet officers, and other public officiala residing ' at the capital will reasonably demand that any ' advance which may be made shall apply to them as well aa to Senators, and the axnouut in volved will be very great. The New Yorkers are having an interesting squabble over their inaugural centennial of April 30. Everybody aeema to be afraid that he will get left ia the distribution of honors. I l'snce. serenity and harmony characterize the i arrangement* for the corresponding %3.tX j ? centennial at Washington. Perhaps the loc j | occasion ia too small to get excited over or to luake a fuss about. J^iLADELPtnt Stork Will offer ayenal icituranents in Table Uncus. Nepkiua, Tuwela. Bleach 1 Damask, extra widths, 50e. to ?1.50. Special Umb o In German Bleached litubk. M inches Wide. only jjc. Crsani Demuk. 0- Inches wide, extra quality, 60c. ?tt-mch wide, extra floe quality. 00c. ?S-iach wide <a *i?cial). 75c. Full line of Napkine to rastrh. In Bleached and Cr us, 50c to #4 dua. fall line of Towels. Our 1'.'^. 18,18, -U. and i.V 'luwels we feel confident can't be matched. Will offer a full extTw slae Marseilles Bwiaprrad at 41 *5. Wo hate uui/a United quantity uf these. A choice line of Black and Colored Surah Silka. Very tow ia price. Hack Bhedemsa. Failles, Aranre, Lux or*. and Htnpes. One lot of Fancy Plaids In DreeaOoods. Badoced from 50 to 31k'. yard. Henriettas and Csshmerea. All the new ?hiilse. oUc. to <1. Fancy Drees Oinchama. 8 to -5c. Matting* and Oil-Cloths. CABHABT k LEIOT. ariiitt UUa 7 th aad 70tf K at. a.w. ?UFCBIOB B1BD FOOD. ln*-ttrd Food, Bird Bain tie*. Bird Health r. lfird (JiwtsI. alae Food tor Aqnana Fish. Ke pared by BUBOP. the Bird Man c/Balumri*, 1M. Taiwan otter- Jal?-m.?.|,3? A Five Dollar Talk In Bors SUITS. The beast that know* nothing?does no thin# except as the echo of somebody else isn't going to command the trade of the every-day, go-ahead buyers. There | need to be atime when all the hustling was done by | the merchant, now tho purchaser hu taken ? good. Ion* nil of the com petition breeze, and lee Tee his I cash where the beet quail tlee and the greatest variety of them for the least money are to be found. We call this a (5 talk?why* We're determined this j season to place each qualities In Boy's Salts In this trade as were never there before.?Doing this we're rot a right to talk about it. Ita something out of the usual run. It'll attract your attention?and if your'e a careful buyer you'll be drawn to them.?That's what we want Sew poods, mind yon?not a lot of old dates that have done duty for two or three seasons?but stock as I fresh as budding nature. Styles that could easily j command the lushest prices?down to 95. That's what we are up to?to outdo everyone else in I our enterprise and energy. Commendable? You'll co-operate with us Just as Ion* as we give you the best service. No longer. We don't expect you to?we wouldn't deserve it But as long ss we keep on climb ing?bothering ourselves about nobodyelse's business but our own?we merit and will receive your backing? | we're confident of that. The $5 grades are but splinters in the rudder that's guiding this ship?Of course we've higher prioed suits ?and lower priced ones?Funny if we hadn't?Marked | on the same basis, however,?and after you've looked around and seen what others are going to do for you this season?you'll appreciate better what WE'KEdo- | ing for you. We have our formal opening in this department next I week, beginning Monday. We want to nee every mother | in Washington?We'll treat you well. SAKS AND COMPANY. THE INCOMPARABLE OUTFITTERS, SEVENTH STEEET AND MARKET SPACE mh29 CUTTING THE CUTTERS?6Wc. FOR CUTICURA Reeolveut, S S. S., Hop Hitter*. Iron Bittern, lios t.-tter's Bitters mul ?nme reduction on li.-arly every thii.if KOLB PHAKMACY, 7th and E sU. n.w. mh29.30.apl /vREAP DISCOVERY AT THE DOUBLE COMBI- | VJT NATION. 1241 and 124:1 11th st. s.e. To-morrow (Saturday) will tell the tale. mh29-4t New And Select stock OF BUTTON AND LACE SHOES, OXFORD TIES AND SLIPPERS, NOW READY. SPECIAL BARGAINS. TICKETS AND SOUVENIRS. L HEILBRUN'3 ONE PRICE SHOE HOUSE, 402 7TH ST. See: The Old Lady In Window. It CUTTING THE CUTTERS - 21c. FOR AN EN / irllsh tooth brush: 7c. for 1 pound package of bird leed, t*--t quality; 10c. lor bottle ammonia, extra itrong, full pint*. KOLB PHAKMACY, 7th and E. Inh2'.),:!0.apl I 'ALL TO MORROW aFtHE"dUTiTl?"C0MBI L NATION And you will find what has been discovered. Three great things from our basement. mh~}?-4t Bcbchell'S Family Tea. (Spring Leaf), at 50 cents a pound. It is now used in the drawing-rooms of the most fastidious. Compare it WITH YOUR DOLLAR TEA aud you will use this thereafter. N. W. BLUCHELL, mL2d-2t 1325 F st \VK ARE KEACH1NO THK BOTTOM OK OUR 11 wet goods in our basement; 7 uu.es discovered j * et. Call to-morrow. mh.'U-tt DOC BIX COMBINATION. Shoes. Shoes. Shoes. Whether you are in need of such an article or not visit the AMERICAN 8H0E STORE, 920 7th st. n.w. The variety of style and extreme low prices will inter eat you; then you will Had the.best $2 Ladies' Shoe in America. A genuine hand-sewed button Boot all sizes, for $2. OH. Children's Spring Heels from 40c. I up. ForOontlemen wr liave a complete assortment from (1.25 to (11. Try our (3 hand-sewed Shoes in Button. Lace, or Congress. NOTICE?We warrant every Shoe we sell. THE AMERICAN SHOE STORE, U20 7th st n.w., JA8. 8. NASH. Boys' and Misses' School Shoes. mh2'.?-:lt* DO NOT GET LEFT, BI T BE ON HAND AND I find out the secret to be exi<osed to-morrow morn ing at the DOUBLE COMBINATION, iuh2tt-4t 1241 and 1243 11th st a.e. ?Is Ce Hutchinson. IMPORTER. JACKETS. *2 "0. t4. $5. (6, 97. tlO, $12. *13 to $25. . The cbolceet aoxortuient of loreign novelties. Just | siuh JACKETS* as are worn on the streets of London. 1 neee roods embrace the latest make*, having been selected with si?vm1 care, that there should be no du plicates, besides being confined to this department. LONO GARMENTS, ALL STYLES. ?5.75 to #75.00. JET WRAPS. I^rje variety at the vary lowest prices-! 4.50 to TRIMMED AND U NT RIMMED MILLINERY. A GRAND DISPLAY OF FLOWERS. Also one of the largest importations of the sesson In Dress Bonnets. Turbans, Larve Hau, together with a complete assortment of Misses' and Children's Hats Foster Kid Lacing Gloves, (1.00 per pair upwards! Fitted to tfcs hand. 907 PENNSYLVANIA AVE, l?INK OLD R\E ?U1HKY - FINK OLD RYE J whisky reduced from 75c. to 50c. for pints: hall plnUL-iic. KOLB PHARMACY. nih2w.10.apl 7th and E. Q.KEAT DISCOVERY AT ^THE DOUBLE COMBL 1241 and 1243 Utk st se. To-morrow ^Saturday) will tell the ule. _mh2n-4t Moth Flies are now about depositing their eggs, warning per sons to look oat for their turm. We have special arrangements for receiving furs on storage. Insuring them sgalust loaa or damage, at a small cost on their value. This is the hast time to have altering and repairing done. & H. SIUiEMETZ k HuSH. nih2? 1237 IVuna. ave. tial.I. TO-MORROW AT THE DOUBLE COMBI / NATION And you will find what has been discovered. Three great things from our basement. mh20-4t B~ CTLDINtTpAPERS. MORTAR COLORS, IM ported Portland. R. Top, Roaendale. and Antietam Cements, Both Proof Paper and Charcoal. "J. T. ? ALKKK HONS. 2t>4 10th St n.W. W ere Oct For Your Favor. BrSINESS i* OUR BOYS' DEPARTMENT HAS OPENED WITH A BOOM. EVERY REASON WHY IT SHOULD. WE'RE 8T0CEED WITH EVERY KIND AND STTLE THAT BEARS THE STAMP OF FASHION. TWO AND THREE PIECE SUITS. PLEATED. PLAIN. BLOUSE AND BELTED SUITS, IN mixtures, CHECKS, PLAIDS, AND PLAIN DESIGNS. STUNNING STYLES AT PROPER PRICES. ROBINSON, PARKER ft CO.. representative AMERICAN CLOTHIERS, 319 7TH STREET. CORNER OF D. mh29-eo W! E ARE REACHING THE BOTTOM OF ol'R . . wet whkir in our basement: 7 cases discovered wet. Cull tu-morrow. mh2?-4t DOUBLE COMBINATION. A FEW MOMENTS SPE^'T IN OUR BOYS' AND Children's Department next week will (rive you a moat perfect idea of what the little folks are going to wear this season. Coming Monday next we have our formal opening. mh29 8AKS AND COMPANY. Special Good Things In Wrap pers and tea gowns, new goods, new styles, very pretty ONES. A splendid line of YACHTING FLANNEL WRAP-, PERS, in three different shades, made Brusque Back Kith Loose Front and Bell Sleeves, only $3.98. CHALLI TEA GOWNS, in all the latest combina tions, made Wanteau Back, Fedora Front and Large Bell Sleeves, for $4 98. PERSIAN CLOTH TEA GOWNS, In Stripes and Figures, made Triple Wanteau Back. Fedora Front of Cashmere. Another style with Basque Back and j Surah Effect, price $11.98. Also an elegant line of Imported Tea Gowns, in all rolor* and combinations, from $15.98 to $25. Just received a fresh invoice of that 48-1n. BLACK FISH NET at $1 per yard, and would advise Ladies aishing this to call early, as we have but 10 pieces. r e have had related call for this, and succeeded only | yesterday in saving our secoud shipment, as the de mand is remarkably large for this goods. Just imagine, SATTEEN CORSETH for 59c. These are very cheap; we l>ought thein to sell for $1, but determined to close out the first shipment of 100 iozcn for 59c. Come also in such color* as Pink, Corn md Light Blue, besides the White and Drab. We are the Washington Airents for the feELF-OPEN ING CORSETS. Price $1. This is a new idea in the s ay of Corsets, all trouble and annoyance saved, no more breaking ol steels, no bending necessary, entirely new arrangement." To iutroduce them speedily our Prico will ue $ 1. All sizes in stock. NURSES' APRONS, 2.>e., made from Fine Lawn, nicely tucked, come in longer lengths than the usual 23c. Aprons. An ALL-LEATHER LINED PUCKETBOOK, 50o? made in the new shape, separate partitions for cards: sxcellent value. See the new thing in LADIES' SETS, madeof Mull, plastoonand Cuffs to match, trimmed with the new; Feather-Edged Braid. beautitul Sets, entirely new, is nobby as you please. PARASOLS to match all the new Dress Weaves. A gorgeous line of imported SATINES. Finest line ot SOAP and Pi.itecillltlls always itocked by us. LANSBURGH ft BRO., jmh?9 420. 422. 424. 410 7th *t. Do NOT GET LEFT, bi T BE ON HAND AND ] tind out the secret to be exposed to-morrow morn ing at the DOUBLE COMBINATION, nih29-4t 1241 and 1243 11th st. s.e. I" everything CHAT'S NEW IN BOYS' AND j Children's Clothing, of course, we ve got. Do yon ? ant to see them? Come Monday. We have a formal opening for a week commencing that day and we'll make it pleasant for you. mh29 SAKS AND COMPANY. Ocb Claim Is NOT TO CARRY |THE largest STOCK OR THE LOWEST PRICED GOODS, BUT TO HAVE THE NEWEST AND MOST FASHION ABLE STYLES, TO CARRY ONLY SUCH GRADES AS WE CAN recommend AND WARRANT, AND TO SELL AS LOW AS THE CHARACTER AND QUALITY OF OUR GOODS WILL ALLOW. WE BUY FOB CASH. AND THEREFORE BUY CHEAP. WE SELL MOSTLY FOR CASH, AND, AS OUR EXPENSES ARE SMALL CAN AFFORD TO SELL "CLOSE." THE SPRING 8TYLES FOR BOYS ARE UNUSUALLY attractive THIS SEASON. THE BROKEN PLAIDS WHICH ar? so fashionable BEING PARTICU LARLY ADAPTED FOR LARGE BOYS' AND SMALL BOYS' SUITS. OF COURSE THE MORE "pronounced" COLORS AND patterns BELONG SPE CIALLY TO THE SMALL BOYS, WHILE THE less CONSPICUOUS STYLES SUIT THE LARGER BOYS BETTER. WE HAVE JU8T COMPLETED our LINES OF THESE GOODS. 80ME OF the BEST STYLES COME out LATE. and WE will TO-MORROW, saturday, PLACE UPON oub TABLES the NEWEST and MOST STYLISH GOODS for boy8 PRODUCED BY the BEST new YORK MANUFAC TURES. WE INVITE A careful COMPARISON OF our ooods and PRICES WITH THOSE OF any OTHER HOUSE HANDLING the SAME GRADE WE pay particular ATTENTION TO new and STYLISH GOODS, not FORGET TING the POPULAR PRICE3. E. B. BARNUM ft CO.. inh'io 831 pennsylvania AVE Great discovery at the doubu: combi nation, 1241 and 1242 11th st. s.e. To-morrow (Saturday) will tell the tale. iuh29-4t fffnxn nf.ee rssa H H OO FEB rsnm v iix N N K 5 ^ H hoof. | " ff 1ixnkkr sso HHHO O EE ?88, F 11 N N n K ? ? H HO ok a 2 F iin nneke "ss6 H H OO EKK ?bss AT ABOUT, SOME EVEN LESS THAN. >1 H A I. FHF PPP RRR n OCC FEE H H AA L F P PR riio OK 11h H A A L if PPP RRR iio ee H aa* L V V R riio ok 11A ALLU.f P k biiccoeee ii AT THE RBB A NN N K K RRR V it PPP TTTT B B AA nxnkk.R RU UPPT BBB A A N N N KK RRR U U PPP T B B AAA nnnkkrruup T BBB aannnkkrruup T !"? A I lFK s. AA 14 r "sss A A L k sgjjb j; KK KK AT WINDSOR k CO.'S 8TAND. 1423 NEW YORK ATENUE. special LOW PRICES FOB MEN'S FINE 8hoe8 ON NARROW WIDTHS. mh2? (1ALL TO-MORROW AT THE DOUBLE COMBI j NATION And iron will find what baa been disco\ ered Three groat things from our basement. mh29-4t Gentlemen's Hats. Bpnng styles, new slid stylish Silk Haw. $.*i, $ti, $7 and $8. Derby Hats tn all the new colon, $2.50, $3, $3.so $4 and $6. Agents for "youmaaay' "eiiux" New York hats and Henry Heath, London. & H. 8TINEMETZ ft SONS, mh29 1237 Peons. av?. , _ ARE REACHING THE BOTTOM OF OUR wet goods in oar basement; 7 eases discovered Wmh2?-4tu^B>#"OW' DOUBLE combination. af COURSE OUB bo^^axj> j2hildiii.n;i A Grand Stabt. Tbeae food* and prices enumerated below are id new li nee. far ahead of anything heretofore offered by ua. To introdaee them to 70a U our object, and that yon may tee them and appreciate a true value. we offer you tbeae special introductory pnees for a few days only: Ladles' solid leather, neat. Button Shoea, Regular Price after this sale, (1.10 introductory PRICE, 9L Miasms' Dongola Kid. spring heel, button, sizes 11 to 2, Regular Price. 91.35. INTRODUCTORY PRICE, 97a. Tonths' seat, strictly solid Button Shoes, 11 to 3 Regular Price, 91.25. introductory PRICK, 93c. Boys' tipped, neat dress Shoe, sizes 3 to 5K, Bagular Price, 91.35. INTRODUCTORY PRICE, 95o. Ladies'soft, Dongola Kid, button, Regular Price after this, $i.90. introductory PRICE, 91.50. Ladles' 92.25 Flexible Kid, button, the best Shoe ever sold for the money. - INTRODUCTORY PRICE, 91.05. Ladlev 93 French Dongola, button, the neatest and beet 93 Shoe made. introductory PRICE, 90.25. THE STANDARD SHOE HOU8E, mh2? 824 7TH 8T. N. W. CUTTING THE CUTTERS?69c. FDR HOOD S, Ayers'. Goodwin's or Warner's Log Cabin Sarsa panlla. Reduction ou everything. , ?? , KOLB PHARMACY. _mh2!>, 30,apl , th and E ?ts. n.w. Have you children to dress*' Monday next and all the week SAKS AND COMPANY will show yon what's goimr to l>e worn this sen*,in. They have their lonual opening at that time. mh29 The Bon M arche mm MM II r, I, II NN N F.EE rrr V Y MMMM11L L II NN UK R RT Y M MM M 11 L L II N N N I E RRR Y V M M Mill, I, II N NNE R R Y _ M M Mil LLLLLLLL1I N KN EES K K Y . SSRS PPP rrr n NN If noo s ppbriinnno O DSS? PPP RRR II N N N t? BgP RR11NNNGOG BSSB P B R II N IK UGO OO PPP FEE NN N II NN N OGO O O P P K NN N II NN N O O O O PPP FK N N N 11 N N N O OOP E N NN II N NN O GO._ OO P EES N NN II N NN GGG ... Ou MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, April 1st, 2d, and 3d, we will show advance styles of Spring Bonnets and Bound Hats. You are cordially invited to inspect same without further invitation. We hope to see you Monday, Tues day or Wednesday at THE BON MARCHE. Sailob IIats. At 25c.?Blue. Brown, and Mixed Sailor Hats, as sorted sizes, at 25c.; worth 38c. At 1.25 Mackinaw Sailor Hats in Brown and White, Blue and White, and Garnet and White, trimmed with Fancy Ail-Silk Ribbons; light and good wearing, worth 91.98, at 91.25. We quote these prices to start the season. THE BON MARCHE. Beaded Pelerines. Me start at the low price of 85 for a good Silk Beaded Pelerine, with Bead and Net Sleeves, and have them at various prices up to 925, some styles that cannot be found elsewhere. THE BON MARCHE, mh27 316 SEVENTH ST. N.W. Give Us Room, And save from 50c. to 92 a pair on the best shoea you ever bought. OUB GREAT RELIEF SALE Closes Monday Evening at 7. Until then only you can buy:? Ladies' 95 French Rid hand-turned Button at 93.25 Ladies' 94.50 French Dongola hand-welt Button at 92.95. Ladies' 94 Finest French Kid Button at 92.85. Ladies' $4 hand-turned, feather-weight Button at 92.60. Ladies' 92 Pine Dongola plain or tip Button at 91.45. All fresh, new spring goods, bought by us under the price, and to secure room for the proi>er display of our spring Stock, we are giving our customers the full benettl of our purchase. WM. HAHN ft CO'S RELIABLE SHOE HOUSES, 81C 7th street. 1922 Pa. ave. 231 Pa. ave. s. e. niOO-eo ? DO not GET LEFT. BUT BE ON HAND and titid out the secret to be exposed t<<-11101 n w morn ing at the DOUBLE COMBINATION, mh29-4t 1241 and 1243 11th at s.e. THE EUROPEAN FASHION CENTERS HAVE sent us all the latest Novelties. You can see them displayed at our oi<ening next week, commencing Monday next. SAKS AND COMPANY. inh2U Unapproached And Unapproachable ? . BARGAINS. Double-width all-wool Spring Dress Goods, recently r.Oc., now 29c.; Double-width Cimhmere, 2oc All wool Twilled Bathing Flannel, recently ;tOc., now 19c.; 6-4 all-wool Ladies' Cloth, recently 75c., now Otic ? Ouinet tiros-grain Silk, recently 41.75, now 91 Vit Beautiful Satiues, 12%, 15. and 30c. ? Check Nainsook! ?>SC- ? Lonsdale Cambric, HH'\: Dr. Warner's Corsets, Hoc.; Monarch Shirt, wortii 91 25. now 97c.; regular made Balbritrgan Hose. 19c.; Table Linen, Towels, Underwear, fcc., at manufacturers' prices. BRODHEAD ft CO., 907 FSt., Established 1867, (Masonic Temple.) mh28-3t Kn IRK'S silverware OF RARE AND BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS, bold Extensively at Home and Abroad. Manufactured by SAM'L KIRK ft SON, 114 Baltimore St., Baltimore, Md. Established 1817. Also, JEWELBY, WATCHES, diamonds, AND OTHEB GEMS. mh4-lm Fuank M. Lewis, JEWELEB, silversmith AXD DEALER IN FINE STATIONERY, Will have on exhibition Monday, March 25, A FULL STOCK OF MER1DEN BRITANNIA CO.'S PLATED WARE PRICES UNUSUALLY LOW. established 1840. 1215 PENNA. AVE. Ja4-3m Spring Styles In Hats. DUNLAP'S FIFTH AVENUE STYLE SILK AND DERBY HATS NOW BEADY. Just received an lmp#tation of FBENCH SOFT HATS, light in weight. LA TOSCA UMBRELLAS and CANE8 for Udiaa. W1LLETT ft BUOFF, snh22 U06 Pennsylvania are. Grand Spring Opening, ON MONDAY AND tuesday, APRIL 1BT AND 8D, 0? imported MILLINERY, From th* leading tv usae of Paria and 1 these at wurown < MM. M. t. HUNT, 1309 r at n.w. BaITTS PoPULAB ShOPPIXG 1*LACE. ESTABLISHED 35 TEAKS. ****00 *1* NKKET T * JJ * 0 8***1 TY S'U'KS OSIfKKB YT u 2 S*oo?5 S C* a vv jp??*\?? SS- A A V V F.I BRB "88. k S AAA VV F B B.~3 - ?hS8A A T EEGB B?S8S - Wo advertise to day ? ll*t of I trail that cannot fail to attract crowds to our store. When w* writ* that they arc "MONEY 8AVEB8," we bar* found the beat word tbat we can call them by. But they will apeak louder for themselves than we can for them, ao we re far you to the 1 tenia below: COTTON UNDERWEAR: A gown which w* always get C?c. for, it ta Mother Hubbard yoke, back and front, with 24 tucks. finished in neck and sleeve, with cauibric ruffle. 60 inchee Ion* and good cotton. Of theae we will aell 25 dor. only, each day (Satur day and Monday), NOT MORE THAN TWO TO EACH CUSTOMER, f7* <*> ?RR ? oM* 00c lv 8 8 Srrr ^ F OO K B ?W? OCOT ACTUAL PRICE tflm ??? ?w 88 88 n n W?S38? OCO ~ We carry a large stock of Ladim' and Ml??e?* Cotton Underwear. It is a department with which we have always taken particular care. All the good* are made to our special orders; are guaranteed to lit, being per fectly cut and elegantly made. Any garment not giv ing satisfaction, fit or make, can be returned and money refunded. Wo make a specialty of extra aize garments for stoat ladies. In Infant*'goods we carry a complete line of every thing appertaining to them, at very low prices, CORSETS; We carry all the popular makes of corsets and also a good many of our own lm)H>rtations, which have al ways given entire satisfaction. Some of the corsets we carry are: C. P. (A La Slrrne.) P. D. Thompson's, all style*, long, medium or abort. Warner's, all styles Mme. Foy'a. all style*. Ferris', all stylos. R. AO., all atylea, long, medium, or short. And 25 different style* of French Woven Corset*. Ladies having difflcuty in getting perfect-fitting Cofr aets can have their Corsets tried on in our dressing room especially for that purpose, tbua being aaaured of getting a comfortable and easy-fitting Corset. We alao have Just opened our imjortations of Sum mer Corsets; prices ranging. 50c. ?5c., 91, ancl CI.25. All the best values attainable at those figures. W* call attention to our C. P. Summer Corset at $1.25 THE BUSTLE S SUCCESSOR, "DIRECTOIRE" DRESS IMPROVER. The most stylish and graceful aloping effect to the drapery of the dress, hitherto *0 difficult to accom plish, is readily attained by the use of the "DIRECTOIRE" DRESS IMPROVER. s&a <**\? ,?Cg 3*' ?V2 o ? sga *C0C? UPHOLSTERY DEPARTMENT. MONEY SAVERS. Just received, 50 dot of our "Renowned" Spring Roller Holland Shade, all colors. 2 yds. long, 36 inches wide. Everywhere else you will pay 40c. for these same goods. Special Price for two days, xrha J? * ? C. COMPLETE. 22" 444444 ?""?"i 44 $1.25 Turkish Velour Art Squares, in beautiful col orings and combination*. These goods are worth fully $2.50 each. SPECIAL MONEY SAVING PRICE, %s?c. EACH. We are showing a complete line of new Lace Cur tains. light draperies, be. The effects this season are prettier than ever before, and we would kindly aak your careful notice of these gjods. In Art Materials we have Just oi>ened our Spring Im portations of Arrasenes. chenilles. Worsted* of all kinds, and Stamped Linens, fcc? Ac., to be sold at price* that on account of the very favorable terms under which we Imported these goods we can afford to aell at prices much lower than other houses. "MONEY 8AVERS" IN OUR DRY-GOODS DE PARTMENT. We received by this morning's express 150 EMBROIDERED GINGHAM DRESS RRR OO BRB FFE SSS, RROOBBE 2" RRR O O BBB KB 1 !SS, RROOBBE k2m. R K OO BBB EKK ?SSs ? containing 12 yard* of plain material, 4>4 yards of embroidery, and a 41-inch embroidered panel. Those would be an elegant bargain at $2.75. We will offer them for two days at Color* are Gray, Blue, Ecru and Light Brown. 50 piece* of 39-inch Wool Plaids of our own Im portations, the newest spring shades, good value at <J2>6c. a yard. "MONEY SAVING" PRICE, 44 H6K 414 M? 4 44 "gO. A YARD. Just closed out from a manufacturer 50 pieces of superior quality Outing Cloths, newest coloring* and stripe*, would be rood value at 20c. "MONEY SAVING" PRICE, U ?!l if 4 YARD. 11 an 111 ana Geo. White glove-fltting, ready-cut waist lining*, guaranteed to fit or money refunded. Price, 40c. SPRING WRAPS. We are showing a line this aea*on unsurpassed by us In all of our long buaineas experience. If you ask us what we are showing we can tell you in one word, EVERYTHING. Prices have never been so low; quality so high. We would call particular attention to our line of Beaded "Pelerines," one style in particular, which we are selling at $tJ, is wonderfully cheap, and should be carefully examined. We have a complete line of these good*, including elegant imported design*, ranging as high as $28. Something ENTIRELY new in * spring garment 1* a light weight, fancy-colored BRILLIANTINE CONNEMARA. which we are showing in all shades. It is a particu larly handy garment, as it can be worn in the warmest days, driving, walking or traveling. The price is $9.75. We show the same material In tight-fitting shape*. Our line of Mohair Wraps (*cuiething very new) range in price from $3.50 upwards. We are showing particularly striking and handaome line of LADIES' LONG WRAPS. We hare the IRISH PEASANT WRAP made of striped cloth, at the unusual price of $6.50, ami up ward* to $30, both equal bargain*, worth much more than we ask for them. We are showing wraps in fine striped plaid or plain clothe, trimmed bat k, applique braid; in short all the HIGH NOVELTIES OF SHADE, SHAPE AND CLOTH. LADIES' SHORT JACKETS BY THE HUNDBED STYLES; EVERYTHING NEW AND NOBBY, we have in stock, ranging In prioe from the cheapest to the finest made. In either black or color*. In MISSES' LONG GARMENTS we have choice plaids and solid shade* of cloth. In the "Directolre," "Connemara," and "Irish Peasant" shapes, from 4 to 16 years, all at popular price*, which alway* place* our good* (whether Mi**e*' or Ladies' > within the reach of every one. We show a STYLISH BEEFEB FOB $3.50 toa TAN-COLOBF.D CONNEMARA (16 years) for 910. MISSES' SUITS, In all alas*, made up styliahly. at lea* price* than yon would pay for good* without the trouble and worry of having children fitted for dresses. Our line of Blazer*. Jacket*, Reefer*. Newmarket* and Boys' Kilt 8'ilta, Including all *tyl*a ot Jersey Blouses, would take too much apace to mention sepa rately. ' We would kindly aak a call. BAU!?TS NVVUB SHOPPING PLACE. mh29 7TH J?TH AND S STREETS. To-davs '"Stor* N lEW? ?T WOODWARD * LOTHROT. The Pnxs2?, "Ptr* in the Pen." 1(V. each. Wraps. Baits. Jackets. and Cloaks. for Ladiee, Missee snd Children. We bars the brightest aSK^ best o# the season's productions. So marked la the advancement la etyK and im provement In the workmanahlp of tbro* g*r menu It la no exaggeration to say that they would reflect so diacradit upon any flrst-cliH dreaamaker. There u a carefnlneae In detail that haa been noticeably wanting in former seasons' produc tions. WRAPS. Ladies' Black Leo* Oonnemaraa. of net and chantilly fljuncing*. also a number at styles made up in rom)>inations of Anugra and Faille Francaise Silk. Slack Un and Moire Silk Ribbon. Theee are recognised to be the most elegant of all the faahiunaUs *r*'? $22.50 to $70. Ladies' Short Wrapa of Lace, Silk and Ribbon. A Tery charming shaiw, haa a tight-fit an* basque of ailk with lace over, made full, plaited V-front, angel sleeves. and la finished with Mack moire silk bands and bows. (40 Various other attractive etylee from $22 50 to >40. Elegant line of Wrapa, made of ailk. lace and Jet. Extremely stylish shapes. at reasonable prices. Black Beaded Pelerines. $5 to $25. Exceedingly handsome styles in Long Oar ments in the Connemara. Irish Peasant. Pirec toire, Empire, Russian Circular*. London Pe lisses, Ulsters, Newmarkets, Ac. We show these long garments in all the uew fashionable plain ?hades. Jacquard figured effects, Parisian Nov elty Cloth*, and any quantity of plaids, straws and checks in the light spring eff.-cts. w ortfey special mention is a Plain Direct..ire Ixing Garment with Cuffs. Belt, and lappel* of fine Persian embroidered bands. Colons Tan, Lizard and Mode. $32. Oenuine "Irish Peasant" Loo* Garments lu dark rich Green, and Navy Blue, haa a wide band of gold tinselled braid around the black silk-lined hood, and around the neck, lhi? fashionable garment Is only $114. IAi the rett of this column it wcM fn tjtraJk Of the various other <icpartmsntt, l? tluUi con tinue the Wrtyx, Suit, Jacket and ClonJc dstrrip tions <n Saturday morning'' "Poet "J LATEST "NOVELTIES" IN JEWELRY. r)Tlr Jewelry department Is but a few months old, yet it nowranka well withsomeof the oldest In the store. There is but one conclusion to be drawn from this. We were fortunate enough to secure the exclusive Washington agency of one of the largeet manufacturers In thia coun try. and are in consequence enabled to quote pricea considerably lower than would other wise be possible. The various designs and sli?i>es are actual reproduction of the solid gold Jewelry, and In addition we ehow a vast number of excluaively original designs and aha|>ea not to be found elsewiiere. Particular attention ii called to the Enameled Jewelry and Real Enamel Brooches, tc. The enamel is made from various kinds of sand and the oxides of different metala. These are care fully prepared and burnished by fire, giving them a brilliantly polished surface and great durability. The newest designs represent tho various flowers, such as violets, daisies, hiarts- , ease. Ac Pricea, $1. $1.25, $L50, #1 73. *2, | $2.25. $2.50, $2.75, $3. $3.25, $3.60, $3.75. $4, $4.50. $5. to $U each. Not only do we show the prettiest and best in Domestic Plated Jewelry, but we have secured a great many pieces of Imported Rolled Plate Jewelry and a number of Solid Gold Pieces Scarf Pius, Brooches, Bracelets, Hair Orna ments, Finger Rings, Watch Chains and Fobs, Chatelaines, Enr-rings, Clocks. Ac. Bracelets, 1 jo. to $25. Elegant line from 812 to $25. Chains and Link Bracelets, set in real and im itation stone, $7.50 to $10. New designs in Ear-rings, set in Turquoise, Opsl. Garnets, Sapphire, Ac. Brooches and Scarf-pins, set with the same stones as above, $1 to $20. Beautiful line of real Shell Hair Ornaments, In plain and fancies, 12c. to $4.50. Real Shell Side-combs, 50c. 8ilver and Gilt Hair Ornaments, 25c. to 50c. Solid Silver Hair-pins. 90c. Oxidized Silver Bonboueire Boxes, 25c. to $1.50 each. Solid Silver Bonboneire Boxes, $8, $9 75, and $11 each. Very cheap, indeed. Solid Gold Ladies' Rings. $1.25. Same set with real stones, $1 to $3.50 each. Fancy Side-combs, with tops of Pearls and Rhinestones, S3 50 to $4.'.>5. Solid Silver Chatelaines, various new and beautifully designed pendants, $3.25 to $15 each. (First floor.) W RITING PAPER. We have pretty much all that is newest and best in Writing Pai>eraud Stationery generally. Like all merchandise we handle. Writing Puier is offered at the lowest price it is possible to sell it. Here is an illus tration: Fine Yankee Linen (Domestic Linen) Writing Paj>er, in commercial and octavo sizes, both ruled and plain, only 35c. per iKjund. We believe this to be the lowest price ever quoted for a pure linen paper. Envelopes to match, square and long shapes, only 15c. and 17c. per package. Real Irish Linen Paper 50c. per pound. En velopes to match, 18c. and 20c. per pack. "Novelty" Box Paper, mith fancy cut edges, and English Envelopes, only 38c. per box. "Novelties" in fine Writing Pai?rs, such as the "Broken Glass," Hammered Silver, etc. Sold by the pound at exceptionally low prices. Bargain in Playing Cards. We offer 200 Packs of Playing Cards with plain and gilt edges. Plain edge, only 13c. per pack. Gilt edge, only 18c. per pack. Excellent for progressive euchre decks. Fine Card and Letter Engraving a specialty. Visiting Cards, Reception Cards, Wedding Invi tations, Ac. Fine work and the lowest (.rices. 60 Cards, with Plate, only 8(ic. See the various samples of our work now on display. LACE FLOCNCINGS?Fashionable ladles sre using the 60-inch Black Chantllly Lace Flounc ing* for making Over-wraps for spring and smn nier wear. An agent of one of the largest L*oe Importers of New York informed lis tl#t kM firm bad orders booked for 2,000 pieces of these 60-inch Black Lace Flouncing* awaiting - for the arrival of the Laces from Europe. This certainty indicates that they are In great de mand throughout the country, and will, no doubt, be affected by the best dressers of Washington. We have a beautiful line at pres. eut, at $3, $4.50, $4.75, $5.^'5 and $7.00 rer yard. MUSLIN UNDERWEAR. So small is the advance over the actual cost of the materials and making it is practicing econ omy to buy your underwear ready-made. The time can be spent to better advantage doing something else. A number of ladies buy the uu trimmcd.or slightly-trimmed garmeuts.aud trim them to their liking. We offer excellent Walking Skirts with cambric ruffle, with a cluster of tucks above, at the Jjjw price of 55c. Also, an extra quality Muslin Skirt,with a seven-iuch cambric ruffle, having six tucks in the ruffle and eight tucks above, at the low price of 75c. Fair-grade Muslin Drawers, Chemise and Cor set Covers st 25c. More of the 45c. Muslin Gowns. This gown is made of an unsized eight-cent ."of toll, a yoke of clustered tucks, and finished around the neck and sleeves with a cambric ruffle. The best value in gowns ever sold for the price, and is excellent for ladies who wish to put oa some additional trimming, such as torchon lace, Ac. 45c. Fine Lonsdale Cambric Gowns at 75c and upward. All the fashionable shades in fine Silk Gowns, stylishly made and trimmed. Also Silk Draw ers and Chemise. Bridal Outfits a specialty. CORSET COVERS. New line of fine Corset Covers, trimmed with Torchon Lace and elabo rate embroidery. Although the prices run up to $2.50 each, the full value la in them in ma terial and workmanship. A special value is of fine cambric with pompadour neck, trimmed with Torchon Lace and Insertion, at $2. CORSETS.? A corset to successfully hold Its own against the competition of the hundreds of new makes daily springing into existence must have true merit. The corsets sold by us have been tried and found true. Tbey acknowledge no superiors at their respective prices. From 60c. per pair np to the finest we havt, they represent the best stupes, n-ost stylish and comfortable moulds, the most durable and per fect-fitting that the prices can buy. The "L C." easily he Id their own at the bead of ths class and are sold exclusively by us in this city. V? offer a splendid German-woven corset at Toe. CHILDREN'S GOODS. 50 dot. Children's Muslin Drawer*, deep hem and tucks above: only 1-J>tc. 100 Children's Wuite India Linos Dresses, waist of flue tucks and herriug-buue irtumung: Skirt has deep hem with tucks above, seek sua sleeves are edged with embroidery, fetus 0 months to 3 years; onl> $1 each. Three atyles of Children's Caps at 9$c. each. Very pretty and remarkably good value. Latest shapes In Children's Sun Haw. 50, 75c. and $1. Children's Beautiful Shirred Mull Bun Hats, In Cream. Pink aud Light Blue. Children's Spring Costs. Very stylish shaiws and attractivs Cloths and patterns Pisiu shades, plaids and stripes, $5.5u, ?d $6.50, $7 to $1150 1X1 ANTS' GOODS. 100 Dux. Infants' Cambric Slips, with ruffls around the neck and sleeves. Only 25<x each. Thrss excellent styles la Oainoric Slips at Infants' Fine Cambric Short Pnssia In two styles?Gretrhen and Hubbard. Ouly 50c each. A remarkable vaius. More of the lniants' Fine Oashmsrs Loaf Closks at $3.50 each. notwithstanding ths low price ths Oneness and beauty of thia cloak will surprise you. Has a dsep eutbroMered "ftom the $&50 grade wa re in to the Fins Bilk Cloaks at $?&. with a stop at svsry fair price between. far We have price betweea. UT We have pablished a small eatalora rf ths Inlsats' stock sud will ha glad to give you la^^Mtosiwpy apsa WOODWA^AI^J^ A Special Nonce. THE PiLiK KOYAL Invite* yw | row to the up?tag ?f Hwtl of novalttae aanired br ?"* )HUrdi) from Xtw York. K. r; r P A ( A | Q Hi l AAA n * s A A LUX A A U *W '?i OVAL; n fer K It SATURDAY, MABCH 30 At time of writ in* th? side-walk t* blorto.1 with rv~. tbe content* of which will bfotrtw toMM. Below we quote th>?e already ofwrt. Fob Men And Roys. Arrived thia morning Flannel Shirts In styles to Yechtinr, Rowing. Bicycling. Base Ball. Touring. A few price uiri'riaN tn the lot. Boys' "Champn?" and ' Kin*" MlMMi In French Percale and English rUnm L at 'Hi, 75. RV, tnJ|13i Thismorning'simnlicompletesourstock for the aeaaon. _(Coutinued below.) A Job Lot Of Ribboik An Importer's entire stock. comprising all the lateat millinery audotb*r nlibona Pnceetw?t ret marked; ready for you U-morrow. when we anil ar.rj.nae yoa "with the ha ml n? of the aeaaon. Some of the prettiest of riboona to p-g with otir new blsck lac* flc unci litre you may notice at the lace de partment. (Continued below ) New And Stylish 11 OSF The Hosiery buyer secured over oOO d.ren fancy H>s<- which arrived yesterday. Wr ha** baauly filled the largest show wiudow with aan. i lea. You'll notice Hoae marked Cjc.. '_1?c, 35c? 44c.. 5<?c. That If bought in the usual way of trade weald coat much Bore. (Continued below ) New Biarritz IVid Gu>w Undressed Kid In new and beautiful sbadca ?f Tana. Fawns, Browns, in ail. thirteen shades. ouly tl .'Jl a |?ir The nearoHt approach to our (1.S5 I udreaaed Kid Mousquetaire* that we've seen. You haven't read of onr tilv Kid Oloves for aorne week*. A little trouble with the manufacturer We will hare the quality we contracted for: therefore are returned the laat two weeks' arrival a. Thla morning we received 100 doaen. 4 and 5 buttons. tana, fawna. fcc. Y'ou can aee to-morrow the beat Kid ulovea for tSSr. ever offered. (Continued below.) I?o03 Belts Of All K inks The largest. moat varied, anil price-worthy lot of Delta Washington ha* seen. 4<H) Canvas Bella. Red. Bine. White, B^ack. Hand tew^ leather straps and buckleit 20r each. 450 Leather Belta. Black and Tan, ail siren and su penor hand-finish. . each. 253 plain colore and fancy atriped English Cricket Delta with anake clasps, 35c. each. j, 107 Leather Belts Garnet, Brown. Tan. Black. Xlhtae are the lstest novelty; basket pat I* rua, 4Jc tick. 150 Fancy Silk Belta, with adjusting claap to fit any ?ire waist. 50c. each. t>3 English Cricket Belta of beet a ilk web, tn new spring shades. 5Uc each (Continued below. 1 .tiNGLISH 11 AIB OkNAMESTS. Back Comb*. Side Combs, and Hair-Fine of Amber ornamented with fancy gold topa. Price* 75c. to (^ each. Very creditable domestic imitatlona of the above from 35c. to (1.25 iwch. (Continued below). Spbing Time Shof. Kashtonr To Induce you to purchase somewhat eer'.y, f4 50 instead of |5 for Curtis ft Wheelers' spring at j le French kid button boota, handmade throughout. (3.15 Instead of (3.50 for Croxtou ft Wood's aprinc at vie hand-turn button boota. Common aenae and opera toe. (3.15 instead of (3 50 for spring atyle lace boota; opera toe with patent-leather tlpa. (3.15 Instead (3 50 for haud-turn button boota, with patent-leather tl|?. (Coutinued below ) IYaSTEB HaXDKF-BCHIEFS AkE 11 EKE Arrived this morning. 1,500 dozen Hand Embroid ered pure linen Handkerchiefs at 12tfc. and 25c. ea< h. The most beautiful |>atterna ever offered at Uia prlcea. (Continued below.) Sateen And (tingham Costumes. Since we wrote of the new spring wraps. ftc_ an ac count of which you will find below, we have received 50 French Sateen and Gingham Si Iks winch are offered at (1*2 and (14. (Continued below.) Spring w BAP F ASHI0NS. THE PALAIS ROYAL'S SPRING STOCK IS K0W COMPLETE A FEW EXCLUSIVE IMPORTED BTTLES MAY NOW BE SECURED AT ErBOPEAN PBICE8, AND ALL ALTERATIONS WILL BE MADE FBEE OF CHABUE. THE NEW SPRING rL8TEB8. Tlie "Irlah Peasantthe "Connemara," the "Em pire." the "Dlrectoire." respectively represent tb* European spring fashions Price* rang* from (7 to (30 each. We aelect as ei traordlnary value the -Emi'ire'' llaters at (10 These are of atriped cloth, shirred hack and front, girdle at aaist. The "Connemara" Flaters at (12 Are worth more - we Judge by prevailing prices for similar style*. W * ahow them In Navy, Gray and Bruau, with yokaa trimmed with braid. THE NEW MODJESKAft. , These eome in Navy, Garnet.Graj. Browti. and Black, Jhd are profusely Braided, the mora exivnslve ouee being Braided all over. Prlcea, (1'2 to (?0 each. For older folks aome auperlor quality Camel's Hair W raiw; also those of Diagonal Cloth, are ahoan from (10 to (16 each. LONDON AND PARIS JACKETS. The "Mary Stuart" and the "Dlrectoire" represent the leading novelty respectively of London and Paris. They are ahoam In Navy, Tan, Terra Cot la, Luudo? Bed, and the new Grays. Blurs and Greene. In Black we have the new atyle Jackets hi Jersey Cloth, Diagonal. Corkscrew, Cheviot, and Keraey. Prices range from (4 to (20 each. At (ri each are shown Jackets In all the new rolora. Well made, of good all wool lady'a cloth. A quality that is retailing at (7.50 la oflered you here at (<l. At (U the "Kane Stuart" Jackets of finely finished English Cloths, wltb aatin-lined sleeve*. CHILDBEN'S SPRING WRAPS Paris and London styles In Coats for Children from 4 to 12 years of age are shown in a variety trnl) be wildering. The new Beefer Flannel Jacketa. of Red and Navy, look the typical aailor. with their bright brass buttons aud gold anchors?(2.75 to (4 50. The all-wool Llama Cloth Jacketa for Mima in Spring-time colon are only^4 each. Agea 12 to 18 years. NEW BEADED WBAPS. The "Pelerine" will be the popular style for this season, though, of course. Visiles will not be uiipups lar. Prices?(0, (8. (0. (12. (15. (18. (*0. (25. (?7. *30. (35. We quote the prices because we art told we have th* largest variety now in the city. At (8 we show a Pelerine beaded all over and with heavy )et sleeves. The quality aud style for the pcW* has surprised many. At (12 the Beaded VIsite*, with Jet sleeves and trimmed with Jet paasementerie and extra long euda, have been termed "exquiaite." PARIS BOBES DE CHAMBRF.. "Directolr*" and Empire Tea Gowns, etc.. In Chftl liea. Cashmeres, Surah. China and Japauese Silka Gema of Parisian art and at "Palais Royal" prlcea. Prices range from (5 t< (32. At (10 Is ahown a Cliallle Tea Gown, with front ?( Cashmere and trimmed with velvet. We cant rackoa how the manufacturer made this fown to ssll st the price. If yon were to buy the materials at retail th* pries would be nearer (15. DOMESTIC-MADE WRAPPERS Paris Wrapper* as models and for materials Calico. Percale, India Linen and Batiste: the resale low pn.ed wrappers of artistic merit. Prlcea. (1.35, (l.M, (2.48. (2.08 to (5. Take the cheapest, the (1.S5 Calico Wrappers. French styles and all the little ** tails of pocket*, trimmed collar and sleeves, etc Ton 11 wonder at the reeult when the outlay la only (1.35. THE NEW BERLIN JEBSFTff. Many of the Jemrys have now the appearance 0t Waists rather than Jerseys, and. sine* Use It Is en tered and the price lees than for waut* to assaewr*. need we further pralae the 188M Jeraeya? We show them Smocked. Pleated, Braided. Tucked, In Jersey. Waist and Biotas style*. All tb* mum colon. Ladies and Children'a. Prices start at (1.48 and gradually Has to (10. TmJ gradually, for we show over 100 dtffsrsat stylss fur spring lad summer of 1 ( kii. At (2.08 the New Pleated Front lirsste with M and Ooat Back. At (1M the tailor Blonas Collar. Children's air**, (21 At (4.00 the PI sated at At (3.86 the Mew Blouse Jaiasye in I At (3.M Is Aown six new st^ssof tn Black only. At (XM we surprias you with Jerseys in Gray. Garnet, Katry, At (l.M Vaet-Front and w* think will TBI PALAIS ROYAL u.uurnu. Car. 1MB mi fw. A?w /